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THE AEGIIS, TUESDAY, JUKE 30, 1903,
Showers and thunderstorms
tonight and Wednesday; con
tinued warm. -
J. M. SHElilEK,
Temperature At 7 a. m. 72;
at 2:30 p. m. 84.
Bicycles at Hynes.
Zazaro. Union' cigar.
Hynes repairs wheels.
Kef rigera tors at Summers'.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Buy a home of Keidy Bros.
Gasoline stoves at Wilcher's.
Water foolers at Summers'.
Special s-hoe sale. Dolly Bros.
Ice cream freezers at Summers'.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Fancy .strawberries at Hess Bros.
For real estate and insurance, E. J.
Follow the crowd to the Watch
Tower .luly 4.
New novelty neckwear at Ulleiney
er. & St crime's.
Gasoline stoves of all kinds, prices
right, at Summers. ,
One good second hand ref rigerator
fr sale at Summers.
Free dancing at Prospect park July
4 all day and evening.
Fancy claret, 50 cent bottle for 2j
cents, at Simon Lewis.
More, Challenge refrigerators just
received tit Davit! Don's.
A 50 cent bottle of fine claret for -5
cents at Simon Lewis' sale.
More Challenge refrigerators just
received at David Don's.
The excursion of the season, July
4, on the steamer Winona.
Ueinembcr the excursion to Clinton
July 4 on the steamer Winona.
Bring your basket lunches and pic
nic at the WatcJt Tower July 4.
For tin and furnace work see H. T.
iemon, 1526 Fourth avenue, Union 283.
David Don has just received :()
Crescent bicycles, the best wheel to
Quick Meal gasoline stoves. Leonard
re.f rigerators, just received Now
i.s the time to bnv one before thev
are all sold, at David Don's, 1615-1617
Thompson's foundry,' 542 Twenty
fourth street. General jobbing foun
dry. Open Friday evening, closed all day
Saturday, July 4. Ullemeyer & Ster
ling. Bed and black raspberries, currants
and goosclcrries by the case at Hess
Celebrate the 4th of July at Pros
pect park. All kinds of free amuse
ments. Hires, extract root beer, the 25 cent
kind for 10 cents while they last, at
per cent discount sale this week
on children's suits; au nt.w styios
Ullemeyer & Sterling.
See the high wire act at Prospect
park July 4 free. Also, free dancing
and other amnsemeuts.
Go to the Watch Tower July 4 and
take your families. Free entertain
ment all day and evening.
Trinity Guild will meet with Mrs.
Hawes, 71S Seventeenth street, Wed
nesday afternoon at 3::i0.
Big celebration at the Watch Tower
July 4. Free dancing, fireworks, aer
ial acts, etc. All amusements free.
Ice consumers will find it to their
advantage to patronize Theo. Holdorf
at anti-trust prices. Old 'phone 043,
Outrng suits for the Fourth will
afford you much pleasure and com
fort, $.". $().'..". I'.t.r.O and $12.50, at 11
lemeyer A- Sterling's. 4
(jood time now to buy your boy's
fall suit, one-fourth less than former
low prices on all short pants suits, at
I'lleineyvr Xr Sterling's.
.1. it M. lioseiiticld, also the Twin
City Rendering company, have estab
lished an otlice in Bennett's, glove and
fur store. Old 'plume 1011.
The Leader is making a deep cut on
men's oxfords, hoys and youths' can
vas shoes, etc.. all this week. It will
pay you to read their ad in page
Xo better place to spend the 4th of
July than Prospect park. Free danc
ing, high wire walking, concert, swim
ming, boating, etc. Bring your fami
lies and picnic baskets.
A meeting of the directors of the
Kock Island Saxings bank was held
yesterday afternoon, the main' busi
ness being the declaring of a dividend
of 5 per cent.
Mrs. Viola l'aird, who 'has been a
- -- t . $, . , ..
Don't let your feet bum t,n the Fourth get a pairof cowl Ox
fords. Special pricing for thres (lays.
Ladies' Oxfords, new good , 1 f O
$2.98. $2.4S, $2 and . A.tS'O
Children's Oxfords, worth $1 :'.-. C
patent or vici kid, $1.25, $1.15
Bovs' and Ladies' Tennis m r
Canvas Oxfords, Ladies and saw
Misses' 0 DC
15 he Largest Line of
In the three cities is fovind
in the Basement.
Prices, the quality and style to match each
price as follows; 55c, 60c, 78c, 95c,
$1.13, $1.32, $1.65, $1.82, $2.10, $2.60,
$3.00, $3.25, $3.75, $4,00, $4.50.
Pictures of Pope Leo XIII
In life colors, sizes 14x16, for, ,
18c Laces, Bands, Serpentines,
Insertions, ' j0C
5c Laces and Insertions,
1 lot 18 inch embroidered floune-
i worth one-half more).
$1.25 Irish Point. Venice Irish
Crochet and Arabian ft1"
39c mercerized white goods, in
nil sizes, small dot 2 1C
dill TT) V
Mousseline de Soie Wash Goods
white and black
FLAGS of nil kinds and sif
The 50c "Bubdry" Bath
45 inch fine hemmed bleached
spring and fall Jackets, worth
$5, choice C
50c rubber complexion
Brushes, for ...
Colgate's Violet Talcum
25 dozen summer
's sold here cheaper than elsewhere.
The 'Boston Store Sells It For Less.
EARNED 1 VON MAUR;
Da.-Oenportv 3 7 ? Jotaa
IF YOU WANT YOUR. UMBRELLA
J'epaired or recovered stop at 1622 Second avenue. I irake a specialty o
this kind of work, also roseat chairs and repair all kind of furniture. J. J
patient at St. Anthony's hospital, was
taken to her home yesterday, her
health having improved to an exte"ht
which made the removal possible.
W. II. Johnson, of Osborn, 111., fell
from his "wagon on Fifth avenue near
the car barns this noon and broke
two ribs. He was taken to St. .An
thony's hospital in the ambulance,
where . Dr. De Silva dressed his in
juries. ' W. O. Negus is to erect a brick
building on the site of the one near
West Seventeenth street on First ave
nue destroyed by fire. The new build
ing, which will be occupied by the B.
K. Kobb Express company, will cost
The last of Bingling Brothers' ad
vertising cars, the "seven day" car,
.which makes the rounds a week be
fore the big show, is here todaj' and
is a reminder of the fact that the
tents of the circus will be spread on
Kock Island territorj- a week from
Excursion on the steamer City of
Winona and barge to Clinton Satur
day, July 4. Leaves Kock Island at
8:15 a. ni., arrives at Clinton at 12:30
p. in. Leaves Clinton at 5 p. in., arrives
at Kock Island at 8 p. m. Musi; and
lancing free. Refreshments served
aboard. Fare, only 50 cents round
Jerusalem or the Crusades,' King
ling Brothers' sublime, beautiful and
instructive spectacular production, is
adapted from the religious and his
torical story of wlbich every man,
woman and child in the civilized coun
tries of the world is familiar. Net only
narrative of christian history-, with
the exception of those treating direct
ly with the birth of Jesus, is of such
thrilling interest to people of all
classes, as is the Crusades, on which
Kingling Brothers' magnificent spec
tacular production is budded.
A carpenter living in this city and
employed near Taylor Kidge, while
going to work yesterday morning at
tempted 'to alight from a train on the
Cable branch of the Kock Island in
order to save a long walk back from
the station, lie succeeded in getting
oft", but the train was traveling faster
than he had calculated and the result
was a bad fall in which his face was
severely lacerated and he was some
what bruised. lie w as taken care of at
a neighboring farmhouse and after Im
ing patched up by a physician he went
on with the intention of going to
ItlOLINE MAN GOES
BY THE ROPE ROUTE
Peter Forwiakle, Insane
AVjro'a Death, Suicides.
Coroner lkhart was called to Mo
ine this morning to hold an inquest
over the remains of Peter Forwinkle,
who suicided bv hanging early this
morning. Forwinkle had been threat
ening to end his career for some time,
but little attention had been paid to
Early this morning he arose and it
was supposed he had gone to his work
at Tropps stone quarry, .hout
o'clock his body was found hanging
in the barn on the premises of Sidney
DeMoore, 141 Fourth avenue, where
he made his home. Life was already
extinct. The inquest resulted in a
verdict of suicide.
Forwinkle was 3 'years of age. Ilis
wife died last December and he had
ecu mentally unbalanced since that
time. He leaves three sons, Peter,
John and Edward, all living in Molinc.
YOUNG & M'COMBS'
Hprelalu for Yelnmlay.
Fly nets in cotton, tine mesh, worth
$ each, for Me.
Fancy scrim with colored stripe of
madras effect, worth 15c, special lie.
Lap robes, linen color, with blue
plaid and knotted fringe on sides,
worth 7."e, special 4!)c.
Horse covers in fancy plaids, at 5Sc.
We sell the Vmlor porch shades;
for equipping an ordinary porch with
shades the expense varies from &.50
Two-quart blue enamel pudding pan,
Chair seats. 5c.
Iron frame clothes wringer, 9Sc.
Two brass burner Junior gasoline
stove for $2.0S.
Large size, gasoline oven, .'&1.48.
Garden hose. 53e per foot.
Wire screening by the loll, 1 3-Sc
per square foot.
10 clothes pins for 5e.
Best Peerless ice cream freezer.
Measure up your screen doors.
2 ft. 10 in. by 6 ft. 10 in. screen
doors, red. and green, extra good door,
for 85c; special for this day, G'Jc.
Advertised lttr List No. 26.
The following is the list; of adver
tised letters remaining uncalled for
in the Itock Island postoftice for the
week ending June 27, 190:?: Charles
Benson. Ln Brown. Miss Adda Brown,
Lloyd Bushnell, A. B. Coleman, John
F. Carroll. May Djvis, Austin God-
da rd, C. W. Harris'. C .Tansson, Mrs,
Georce Jackson, George Jackson, P,
C. Larkin. M. G. Lij.tlcfield. Miss Gar
nett Lvle, C. K. Mrgan. Charles Mc-
Kinney, If. J. Miiler, II. G. O'Neal,
Kmelia Olson, Harold I'eck, li. II
Koe, Kobert Smithy Mrs. Mattie Sage.
0. B. Tavlor. Perry Walker, Miss Mary
Wright, K. M. While. Norman E. Wil-
liam I F. alkertc. t . vveiseman,
T. B) THOMAS, P. M.
WILL HOLD FUND
Judge Thompson Orders Canal
Appropriation Kept Intact.
CHICAGO PAETTE3 PEIME MOYEES
Col. C. JLi. Walker and J udge Carter
Argue Caso lor
Col. C. L. Walker has returned from
Springfield, where he yesterday was
one of the attorneys in the injunction
proceedings in which the payment of
the appropriation of the last state
legislature for the maintenance of the
Illinois and Michigan cunal was pro
hibited by order of Judge Thompson.
The injunction suit, he says,
was brought by Jiepreseiuaiive
Burk, of Chicago, against the
state auditor, state treasurer and
the Illinois and Michigan canal
commissioners. The purpose of the bill
is to enjoin the payment of the ap
propriation made by the last general
assembly for the maintenance of the
canal, upon the alleged ground that
the appropriation law is unconstitutional.
The complainant was represented
by Messrs. Darrow and Masters, and
Mr. Bagby, of Chicago, who applied
to Judge Thompson for the issuance
of a temporary injunction. Attorney
General Hamlin asked for time to pre
pare an answer, but the court reus
ed to grant a postponement, and set
the case for argument at 1:30 p. m.
Kntered Appeiiraoce. .
The defendant's attorneys announc
ed to the court that they could not
enter into 'a hearing upon the merits
without an answer, but entered their
appearance specially for the purpose
of contesting the jurisdiction of the
court of the persons and subject mat
ter, as they were officers and agents
of the state and the property was the
property of the state. and the con
stitution expressly provides that the
sjlate cannot be sued, and the statute
provides that the canal commission
ers cannot be sued.
This question was argued by Assist
ant Attorney General Joseph N. Car
ter, and C. L. Walker, of this city, on
behalf of the defendants, but the
court held that he did not consider
the state to be a party, and as the
bill seemed to state a cause for in
junction, and against which there was
no show ing made, he would grant tlie
The defendants will at m early day
make a motion to dissolve the injunc'
tion supported by au answer, when
the question can be determined upon
Twelfth Street Park
Game Called Oct 3:45
CAL HAREIS, THE FIGHT
PROMOTER, IN NEW ROLE
Cal Harris, the promoter of events
pugilistic, who has spent some time in
this vicinity during the past couple of
tears, is about to embark in a. new
role. He is to become correspondent
for the Police Gazetto ami one of the
very first things he is going to at
tempt will be a writcup of Kock Isl
and. From the side of life Cal saw while
her here he ought to be in a position
to throw in quite a bit of spice. He
will hardly come back to town to col
lect further material for he is under
the impression that there is an in
dictment standing against him here
The last time he visited this city was
early one morning last winter before
the police were stirring, and he went
straight to the postoftice to get his
mail and then went directly back to
Davenport. That was before. he was
arrested in Davenport and jailed as a
common vag. And by the way, what
Cal says about, Kock Island in his
w riteup will probably not be a "patch
ing" to what he says about Davenport
when he comes to treat of that town
J. W. REYNOLDS IS GIVEN
A HAPPY SURPRISE TODAY
J. -W. Reynolds, the janitor at
Young & McCombs', celebrated his
birthday anniversary today and in
connection therewith was given one
Of the pleasantest surprises of his life
when he went to his home at . 318
Fifteenth street this noon and fouad
awaiting him a great array of pres
ents from the employes of the store
Mr. Reynolds had anticipated no' such
marked attention and he was affected
bv the evidences 01 tne esteem in
which he is held at the store. i
M O C Q N
Is the Drink of Drinks for
MOT W K Al THE,
Coffee is Poison.
TeL is Tannic Acid.
Coffee Makes You Nervous
aund Sleepless. f
Get Mocon Cereal Coffee of your Grocer
and call for a Mocon-OleL or Ice Cream
Mocon at the Soda Fountain.
MOCOff IS MAJV'S DEST VKIJVK. j
Manufactured by CENTRAL CITY CEREAL COFFEE COMPANY,
PEORIA. ILLINOIS. (
RETURNED TJ. S. SOLDIER
HAS FINE COLLECTION
William Hume, honorably discharg
ed from Troop 1), Clh V. S. cavalry,
has returned to his home in Kock Isl
and after three years of active serv
ice in China and the Philippines. Dur
ing that time he has participated in
numerous skirmishes and engage
ments, but escaped without a wound
or a uav s serious illness, lie was at
the siege of Pekin and saw the break
ing in of the walls there. Afterwards
going to the Philippines . with his
oop he went 'to all the principal
islands and faw a great ileal of the
country. I'ein- in the cavalry the na
ture of the service was principally
scouting. He enlisted, in Des Moines
in l'.MH) and brings back with him a
great array of souvenirs, collected
from all portions of the countries in
which he saw service. The collection
includes two pairs of caribou horns,
.'." Philippine war implements, con
sisting of spears, bows, arrows,
swords, clubs, bolos and daggers, fine
lapanese ware and other articles too
numerous to mention.
Following is today's river bulletin:
Dang'r Hgt. Change
Line. Sa.ni. . "4 hrs.
Feet. Feet. Feet.
Heed's Landing .
1m Crosse ,
Prairie du Chien,
Dubuque . . '. 15
Dt's Moines KjmIs..
St. liuis .';
Kansas City 21 1
- indicates fall.
It is announced that thetJardie Kast
nian. Iliouifh she will be. engageil in
the tilling of the government contract
by Feller fe Crosby, her owners, will
continue throughout the summer to
carry passengers Sundays from Kock
Island and Davenport to I rand Isle,
the scene, of oerations being near
enough to admit of this.
Rambler Automobiles r
Waverly Electric Automobiles, j
'"tew&rt;-. , j,, i mini ,' ii m if"' I '
Severa.1 Good Second-HaLnd GaUoline
and Steam Automobiles a Low Price.
309-315 West Second St., Davenport
The Secret of How to Obtain
Is found in Dr. Walsh's successful treatment for ehronie, nervous and pri
vate diseases of both sexes. Thousands who were afflicted with chrouio
diseases and who failed to find relief elsewhere have been permanently
cured by Dr. Walsh during the nine years he has been located in Daven
port. That is one of the best reasons if you are suffering from any chron
ic disease and want to get cured, why you should take his treatment.
Chicago, June 30 Following are the open
ing, highest, lowest and closing quotation
tn today's markets:
U a n. 1 ' . -, 1 . rA l - . U I -'
lec, 70H ; "6 ; 76; 76b,
.Tuly.50; 5tM: 50: 50 .
Sept, 50V4; 51: 50H: 50 b.
Dec, 4U? ; 50 ; 4U ? ; i'JS-
July. 40::??: 39
Sept. 33; 3H; S4.
Dec, 34; 34; 34; 34M.
July, 15.50: IB 60; 15 33: 15 32
Sept., 15.00; 15.93; 15.55; 15 02
July, 8 23-8 25; 8.10: 8.10.
Sept, 8.45; 8 45; 8.27; 8.S0.
July. 8.72: 8.72: 8.55:8.57.
Sept.. 8.77; 8 77: 8 65; 8.6j .
Rye, JulyB: Sep. SIX: flax, cash, N. W.
1.03, S. W. 99; July 1.01; Sep. 1.01; barley
receipts today: Wheat 41, corn 583 oats
318; nogs 12,000; cattle 5,000, sheep 14.000.
Hog market opened strong. 10c higher.
Light. B5.95&6.00: mixea ana ouich
ers, 5.G5lt5 90; good heayy, 5.6035.0; rough
Cattle marxet opened steady.
Sheep market opened slow and weak.
Union stock yards 8:40 a. m.
Hog market opened strong. 10c blither.
Light, S5 7036.00; mixed and but;ners, 5 65
rood heayy, 5.'a50; rough heavy,
Cattle market steady.
Beeyes $4.4025.60, cows and heifers 1 50
a.ou, rexas steers WA.ur&t.w, stockers and
Sheep market steady to 10c lower.
Union Stock yards close.
Hog market closed. weak at the advance
Llgtit. t5.736 00; mixed and butchers. 5 65
e&n.Bu: good neavy, i5.605.90; rough heavy,
battle market closed weak.
Sheep market closed Generally steady.
Kstiniated receipts Werttiesday: Wheat 20;
COrU Uitla no, uogs i uuo.
New Tork Stocks.
New York, June 30. The following are the
closing quotations on the New York stock
So. Pacific 51, surar 122. C ft A. com. 27,
raa 99. Penna. 125 v. B. a O. 87. C. R. I. a
p. com 34S C. M. 4 St. P 151 Manhattan I37S.
pacinc Man Atcnison com., ouh. w. U
Tel. Co. 6. N. Y. Central U'6. L.. tt N.
1I2'4. B.. K. T. 57i. Rag. com. 52. leather
eom. 9', copper 66. Atchison ntd. 62,. U.
S. Steel ptd hi, U. S. Stcei common 3.,
Missouri Pacific 105. Union Paciuc common
83 coal and iron s&. Kne common Si.
Wabash pld 44. Can. Pacific 124. Republic
steel common 4S,. Kepuniic Me-i pta. 74
M. K.- & T. common American Car
Foundry common ; u. t. vv. iw.
DR. WALSH CURES WHEN OTHERS F
DR. J. E. WALSH,
Formerly of Chicapo,
St. Anthony's Hospital.
. Nervoxis Debility.
Exhaustive drains, sleeplessness,
weakness of men, failing memory,
mental delusions, or any other condi
tion due to nervous exhaustion.
Dyspepsia, Asthma, Bronchitis, Scrof
ula, Piles, Syphilis, Blood, Kidney,
Liver and Skin Diseases, quickly and
Is a frequent cause of nervous and
physical decline. Why treat months
with others when we can positively
ure you in irom one to three treatments?
Is nature's remedy. When stien
cally applied it soothes, strengthens 1
and invigorates. Twenty years expe
rience has made Dr. Walsh a master
of this method of curing chronic dis
eases. Electricity is the most power
ful curative agent known in all dis
eases peculiar to women, nervous
exhaustion, iheumatism, neuralgia,
paralysis, constipation, nervous dys
pepsia, backache, headache, palpita
tion of the heart, ets.
If you cannot capV writ. Hun
12 a. m., 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.; Sun
ONLY CUKAKLE CASES TAKEN
dreds cured by mail. Hours: 9 to
day, 11:30 to 1:30 p. m.
Office McCullough Building. 124 West Third Street,
D.H. J. E. WALSH,
a momect. If yon want to buy
harness now Is your time. The
largest stock in the tri-cities. No
two sets alike. All my own make.
Here are some prices:
Good surrey harness. Imi- C C
tation rubber trimmings.... zm"L
Good Buggy Harness lU.
Have bought the Itoseutield stock
of fly nets and eovers'. Am sell
ing at loiv figures.
STOCK II AM,
. 8T.ntenth Street,
jf Mrkt 8qar-