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8 THE AltGTJO, 8ATUBDAY. AUGUST 28. 1097.
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Probably coetlnncd fair weather
with (light ctanc.es In temperature
totiiht and Sunday.
The weather la nnmllr elaar.
thnwali considerable local cloudiness
eaUts from the Kncky mountains to
toe Mlnalaeippi river. Light rain,
probably a mere sptinkle. Is falling
In southwestern Wisconsin, and very
light bowers have occurred at St
l'aul DuWioe and Cheyenne.
i oday'i temperature, 83.
O. JE. HUHT, Observer.
Fresh oyster, at Hor ton's.
Hyne. sells sporting poods.
Lee's Little Gem is the best broom.
Prof. Baldwin at the Tower tomor
row. Cralle m Co., stylish livery turn
outs. Dressed chickens at Long's this
Everything cheap at Long's this
Crab apples at Qninlan's at 5 cents
Nice melons mast go tonight at
Plenty of watermelons on ice at
Thotofrraph cameras, all kinds.
Get Qninlan's prices on flour to-
nignt. ne is in it.
All perishable good moat go cheap
at tiorton's tonight.
Bargains in furniture of all kinds
at Clemann & balzmann's.
Perishable goods sold regardless of
cost at bong's this evening.
l3n't forget the great parachute
leap at the Tower tomorrow.
W. C. Collins, of Chicago, has
joined his family in the city.
Fall stock now complete and open
for inspection at Zimmer & Co's.
Dry plates, sensitized paper, card
mounts and all chemicals at Fiebig's.
B D. Connolly and Miss Luoia
Connelly are visiting in Clinton,
Praised by every one and sold on
its merit, describes the Improved
Misses Sarah and Ida Green, of
Washington, D. C, are visiting in
The largest line of dining room ta
bles can be found at Clemann A
Fiebig stills photographic goods
cheaper than any o'her place in the
A meeting will be held in Daven
port tonight to organize a camp of
the Social Democracy.
Clemnon & Snlzmann juH re.
celved a l.rtfM lm of sideboards.
Call and look at them.
Mrs. A. P. Ilartz returned last
eveolrg from a visit to- Niagara
Falls and Rochi ster, N. Y.
The Altar society of St. Joseph's
chnrch has a meeting at the church
at 11:30 tomorrow morning,
Mrs II. B. Hubbard and children
have returned home after an ex
tended visit in Iowa and Dakota.
For rubber tired traps and buggies
order of Cralle A Co. Carriages with
careful drivers at moderate rates.
Clemann A Salsmann are now
showing about 400 rolls of carpet,
the largest lice ever shown in the
Mrs William Williams left tods;
for a short visit with relatives and
friends at Des Moines and Winterset,
Sweet milk, cream, butUrmilk and
ice cream for sale on Nineteenth
street between First and Second av
ennes. Miss Klennore Frysinger enter
tained a party of her young friends
at hor home in Sylvan Heights this
afternoon on the occasion ol her 12lh
John Cliggett, national democratic
candidate for governor of Iowa,
peaks at Davenport ntxt Wednea
Money to loan on real estate se
curity, terms reasonable, and no de
lay. Apply to George F. Both at
Jackson A Hurst's office.
A foil 6 cent's worth of good to
bacco combined with good workman
ship makes the Improved Dolly cigar
satisfactory to both buyer and seller.
The Mo4ine Weat Fads and the
Davenport West Kud play a game of
base ball at th old ball grounds in
the east end of the city tomorrow
Frank, the 15-year-old ton of Mr.
and Mrs. C. Fit-big, who has been
under the ear of Dr. Craig the las
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A fare Ores. Cresa at Tartar ftoesr.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD,
week with an attack of brain fever.
it now nicely recovering.
Thomas Wright, of Covington,
Ky., ia at St. Anthony's hospital suf
fering from a dislocation of the ankle.
whieh he sustained in falling in a
trees car on ruin avenue,
Gen. Smith D. Atkins, of Freeport,
accompanied by N. T. Cable, of
Raleigh, N. C, came to Sock Island
yesterday, and took the steamer
Quincy for a trip down the river.
We respectfully invite the public
to call and inspect our now complete
bmcc oLiau wooiens, the most ex
tensive ever put on the market in
the three cities. J. B. Zimmer A Co.
Miss Mary Gilgan. editor of the
amonc visitor, of Creston. Iowa.
has returned home, accompanied by
nor cousin, miss Jessie fianigan,
after a 2-weeks' visit with relatives.
The Labor day family excursion to
Clinton on the City of Winona and
double-deck barge, Verne, will prove
to be a most enjoyable affair. Fine
musical program. No intoxicants
W. L. Clark, of Buffalo. Iowa, the
oldest living settler of Rock Island
and Ssott counties, and J. W. Van
Sant, of Le Claire, attended the Old
Sottlers' picnic at the Watch Tower
H. II. Lohse delivers Black Hawk
spring and artesian water daily. At
moderate rates families may have
mese pure waters instead of taking
meir annas irom me city mams.
Rev. W. S. Marquis returned this
morning from Minenk, 111., where he
was spending a 2-weeks' vacation, to
conduct the funeral services of Wil
liam Willis tomorrow afternoon from
the Broadway church
All the very latest designs in fall
wooiens, artistic in pattern, and sur
passing any ever before shown in the
three cities in richness and beanti.'nl
blending of colors. Call and see
them at Zimmer A Co's.
Frank Meyer was killed north of
uavenport last evening, while tak
ing a threshing machine across the
oounty. the machine breaking
laroogn a cniverc ana crushing
jtr neneara us wtMgbt.
A R Dixon, the well known citi
zen of Davenport, having served as
cuy couecior ana aeputv internal
revenue collector, died yesterday of
apoplexy, aged 62 years. He wa9
a prominent mason and Knight Tern
Miss Emily Murray, of Davenport.
swam the Mississippi again yester
day She waa accompanied bv Jack
Ca-en. They accomplished the feat
in 16 minutes, their progress being
hindered considerably by the waves
irom passing Doats.
Billy Lambert and George Gordon
ugui zo rounds bunday afternoon
Aug 29. Boat leaves Davenport at
i:oi ana tioon island at 2 p m
sharp This will be a rod hot fight
from start to finish. Tickets tl 50
lor the round trip, including fight.
Making Parchment Fapr,
The oneration of mannf aptnritiu nnli
mrnt papers such as are nsed for vnn
ping butter awl other similar objects
is a very interesting ono. f arrhmput ia
prodnced directly from the raw paper
web in practical! v one oneraHnn. Th
sheet to be parehmentized is passed
tnrongn sulphuric acid and then through
rollers having a uniform action, which
discharge the surplus acid, the expressed
liquid being returned to the tank or
vessel. The paper is then carried and
passed through a washing apparatus as
a tank, and also through sprays of
water, being led and guided by rolls
over which it passes, so that tho free
acid is washed off or removed as far as
possible by mechanical washing. The
sheet next pasa-s through a bath of soda
solution or alkali and then through
nippers to express surplus alkali, which
is returned to the bath. Then the paper
is carried through an apparatus to be
further washed with water. Next it is
passed through a bath of bleaching ma
terial, as "bleach" or the like, then
through farther washing apparatus,
again passed between nresnoa and
squeezed, and then fiiiallv it in nnssmi
through a bath of glycerin, after the
passage inrocgn which the paper is
wound upon a roller cr coiled np in a
completed state of parchmentization.
Tba SenltlT Cheek.
Nine out of ten rjersans. if aslced
what is the most sensitive part ef the
body, will reply the tip of tb tongue.
This is a mistake. Thorn
polishing billiard balls or any other
suDsuinces mat require a very high de
gree of smoothness invariable n
cheek bone as their toacbstone for de
tecting any roughness.
Minneapolis Rank Cloaes.
Minneapolis, Aug. 28. Pending a de
cision as to whether It will gro Into
liquidation, the Bank of Minneapolis
closed its doors yesterday. The bank
haa not failed in the sense of beint;
bankrupt, but has simply gone out of
There'll lie l"mlo-mon!nm I town There.
Lima, Peru, via Galveyton, Aug. 28.
Colonel Paodo, of Bolivia, with a force
of 600 men has invaded U-.ts Peruvian
province of Sandia.
A an hottest remedy. Fo!et
iloney and Tar -ies not hold
f:e h- Oft in alvncMi tuiMa
trntht ally claims to give comfort and
. w a.u. . u ui in, wurmK , n . 1
ne early atagea to effect
a.u w me . .
"" ey n. m. nannaei ana x.
So need to scratch jour life away
win i mens OTings instant
Ikf in ail e of itching piles.
worm, ecsetna, riteworms, hives
other itchiness of tb tkin. Get
from your dealer. For sale by Mar
Out into the Darkness.
What mother would turn her yoenf
M.'H'f . w j.,jPMJ uaugaiCT out
leciea into the
Yet many loving
wno are just com
ing into the time.
to proceed witn.
out proper care
and advice all un-
alone into the
perils of this crit
at this time often
suffer from met.
ularity and weak
ness which may
afterwards d e -velop
and fill their
whole lives with
It is a mother
duty not to Cass over such matters in
silence, but to promote her daughter's
womanly health and regularity by every
These delicate ailments are easilv over.
come in their early stages bv judicioul self
treatment without any need of the obnox
ious examinations which doctors uniformly
insist upon. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip
tion is a positive specific for all diseases of
the feminine organism.
It restores perfect health and regularity
to the special functions, and vital vigor to
the nerve-centres. It is the only medicine
of its kind devised for this one purpose by
u cuuvMCTi, experienced pnysician.
Durinsr nearlv to wan as rhiff mntnlt.
ing physician of the Invalids' Hotel and
surgical insmuie, 01 uunalo, K. Y., Dr.
Pierce has acquired an enviable renntation
His medicines are everywhere recognized
as aianuaru macules, nis t,Hluen Mea
teal Discovery " alternated with the " Fa
vorite Prescription " constitutes a thorough
and scientific course of treatment for weak
and impoverished conditions of the blood.
A headache is a symptom of constipation
TH. Pierce's Pleasant Peltets cure constipa.
tton, promptly and per.mnently. They do
uui Kupc. AJiugxi.s.s ' mem.
w ar m mm av sah. ar av av av
Ton often hear one say I
don't know what to get for
dinner, will yo n m
Of course we can, read be
low and you will be de
lighted wit the result:
Watermelons on ice,
Jersey Sweet Potatoes,
Dressed Spring Chickens.
1620 Second Avenue.
Phone 103 1. k
Ano when It shows
signs of Irregularity
take It to
Woltman, tie Jeweler.
A well selected s-ock
of Jewelry always on
hand at "live and let
live" prices. High
In repairing at reason
1805 Second Are
F yon want the best Bicy
cle on the market yon
should ride the CRESCENT.
1894 over 50,000 were sold
1895 over 57,000 were sold.
1896 over 70000 were sold.
Boy a Bicycle with a His
tory and Reputation back
ot It. Call and examine the
best line of Bicyelea ia the
11B-117 8CCOBTD 4 VENUE
A GLASS OF
ln't in it" with a draught of
KKEU, Jc HA 11TS delicious
wilh pore, natural fruit syrups
and crushed fruits. Oar
Ice Cream Soda
is a downright luxury, and one that
U nourishing and toning to weak
digestion and flagging appetites,
We have the only thirst Quenchers.
Our Orange, Lemon and Wi'd
Cherry raosphates cannot be
equated and are surely repeaters.
KRELL & MATH.
Ho. 1716-171S aeeosd Av.
Don't forget us when you want
An cept.o"llj fina stock of Fall and Winter Wearing apparel. Decidedlj the largest and best
tariff bill will not effect price, hen, WE ABE THE PEOPLE who were upoa the acen. of action,
lT H 9 in P ? ThU' eether With ,aoiU,ie' bn'lnK ,or the two tarS
advantage, than ever over all competition. After four week, of bard work ia the eastern market.
We Shall be
1st. We were in the market early, placed our order, before the Dingley bill became a law. and before the advance la price..
;na. Buying tor two bin btorcs, with ample cash, -nable. us to buy in quantiti-i and dictate prW.
la the'Jwo balaCreaihilL1111 Mqai"U "Ck f botohiJ n,ltorious and high grade m.rchandi- wiU be diaplayed
Previoua to the arrival
It will eertaialy paj
Two m crsest
11M17 West Second Street,
Schoof Shoes $1.00
New ideas in dressy footwear arriving con
stantlyboth ladies' and gents'.
SPECIAL--Our $3.00 line of ladies' shoes,
new styles, and all widths.
In need of fine up-to-date
call and examine
Comprising eight dif
ferent styles of shoes,
consisting of enamels,
patent leathers, winter
tans and box calf
skins in all widths
from A's up.
Five or Six dollars
for shoes when for
$3-5 you get a shoe
just as stylish, service
able and good fitting.
Every pair warranted
to give satisfaction.
AND BE PLEASED.
P AM C
s . I A
BALANCE OF OUR SPRING
in Position this
of these mammoth stock, we are determined to dUpoae of the .prlng and
yoa to iaveatigate. We are offering
All Solid, Big Variety, Guaranteed.
DO YOU WANT BARGAINS? I
IF SO CALL AT THE
Fourth Av, Shoe Store
We have arranged a bargain counter In our
store, and thereon have placed a lot of bargains
In children's, mlsW and ladles' sUpprrsand
oxfo.ds. Also high s'nois In Uce i nd button.
We haven't the space to mention allot the
great bargains we have for you, but Invite you
to call and see for yourself, as we think you
will find just what you want and at prices that
will please you. PRICES LOW ON EVERY
THING. FOURTH AVE. SHOE STORE.
GEO. F SCHHAXsE.
1601 Fourth Avenue.
Hold To Your Money
Until you see what a dollar will
Nickel-plated tea kettles 7c
Square bread pans, 6x9 60
S-quart tia cops fie
2-boop pails loc
7 rolls perforated toilet paper. . . 25c
S bars toilet soap in box Sa
Stove polish, 10x4 else 6c
Clothes basket 19e
loi odi Fall
STOCK AT REDUCED PRICES.
Fall to Crow Over All Others.
ladnoensenU that appeal to the purse of the economical
1729 Second Ave:, 116-1X0 Eighteenth St:, c
Clothes pins, per doa le
Ironing boards, folding 78e
Picnic plates, per doa so
1'icnio baskets, two handles. .... (a
White eupa and saucers, per set 18c
Good whiek broom fio
Dost pans So
All water eets at half price this week.
we hare ever shown. Th. new
and placed our fal? order, pr
cash. rive. .. greater
sammer goods oa band. This
THAN EVER g