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THE ABOTS, WEDNESDAY, JTJIiY 1, 1903.
it . '
The We either.
Partly Cloudy tonight and
Thursday, possible thunder
storms tonight;slightly cool
J. M. SHERIER,
Temperature At 7 a. m. 78;
at 2:30 p. m. 8U.
Bicycles at Ilynes.
Zazaro. Union cigar.
Uynes repairs wheels.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Gasoline stoves at Wilcher's.
Special shoe sale. Dolly Bros.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Revolvers and pistols at Koch's.
Blank cartridges at John Koch's.
Breech loading1 cannons at Koch's.
Buy your fireworks at Trefz & Co.'s.
Bed and black raspberries at Iless
T-'or real estate and insurance, 13. J.
Trefz & Co. have a complete line of
Michigan cherries by the case at
I'lenly of fancy strawberries at
Hess Bros. '
Follow the crowd to the Watch
Tower July 4.
Hammocks 2C per cent olf at -McCabe's
Special $2.."0 to $i trimmed hats fur
$1.50 at McCabe's.
Free daiu-iny at 1'rospect park July
4 all day and evening'.
Trefz & Co. are selling fireworks at
remarkably low prices.
The excursion of the season, July
4, on the steamer Winona.
Young A- Mcl'onibs have the largest
stock of fireworks in tlie city.
IJemember the excursion to Clinton
July 4 on the steamer Winona.
Bring your basket lunches and pic
nic at the Watch Tower July 4.
After this week there will be clos
ing out sales only, at Brookman's.
After this week there will be clos
ing out sales only, at Brooknian's.
After this week there will be clos
ing out sales only, at Brooknian's.
.Men's shirt and tie bargains at Mc
Cabe's for two days. Come promptly.
For tin and furnace work see II. T.
Ciemon, 1526 Fourth avenue. Union 2S3.
Hires extract root beer, the 25 ceni
at oir SUMMER. CLOTHING
such Qls you will wear until
the loctter pa.rt of September.
Swell evil wool Flsxnnel and
Crash Suits, $7.50 values for
Fine Crashes and Serges, dark
and light colors at $6.50, $8.50,
glO to $12.50
Summer Underwear, Negliiee
Shirts, Collars, Hosiery and
11 Summer Necessaries at
moderate plcoLsing and coolint
OOOQO OOOQOOO OOOOO0OO0OQOV
kind for 10 cents while they last, at
Celebrate the Fourth right and buy
your fireworks at Young & McCombs'.
. For fireworks, go to Young & Mc
Combs . Phej- have a complete stock
Buy your fireworks at Young & Mc
Combs. Largest stock, lowest prices
Thompson's foundry, 542 Twenty-
fourth street. General jobbing foun
Celebrate the 4th of July at Pros
pect park. All kinds of free amuse
Two days of demoralized wrapper
pricing at McCabe's. Fancy wrappers
at big reductions.
Come to Biess' retreat when out for
a walk. Their fine ice "cream sundaes
are the town talk.
See the high wire act at Prospect
park July 4 free. .Also free dancing
and other amusements.
Go to the Watch Tower July 4 and
take your families. Free entertain
ment all day and evening.
You'll have to hurry if you want to
get some of that fine claret at Simon
Bewis; 50 cent bottle for 25 cents.
House fun ishing department has a
timely talk in McCabe's ad on page
four, about 4th of July necessities.
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,
Your girl will think you are lovely
and. your wife will think you are
sweet, if you take her for a soda to
That stock of fine clarets at Simon
Lewis' is going fast. Only a few bot
tles left. A 50 cent bottle for 25 cents
at. this sale only.
Ribbons nt half price and less. One
of the greatest ribbon 'sales McCabe's
have ever held. More about it in the
ad on page four.
Barrett chapter, No. 1. R. A. M.,
enjoyed a lunch and light refresh
ments after its meeting last evening,
the spread being furnished at Math's.
W. H. iVttenger and Miss Bessie
Wood, bolh of Kankakee, 111., were
united in marriage yesterday after
nooii at the office of Justice Cleland.
A pleasant dancing party was gien
at Black Hawk Inn last evening by
the Bock Island and Moline operators
of the Union Klectric Telephone nun
L. F. Cralle. w ho has the new eon
tract for hauling the mails from the
postorliee to the depots, took charge
last night at 12 o'clock and the new
wagens went on dutj- at that time.
The new drivers are W. F. Nichols
and George W. Sample.
The Leader is making a deep cut on
men's oxfords, boys' and youths' can
vas shoes, etc., all this week. It will
pay you to read their ad on page
Societies, churches or Sunday
schools wanting boat for picnics or
excursions, apply to W. H. Lamont,
115 Seventeenth street. Tel. 1105 old,
Biter McCrellias and Mrs. Anna M.
Kirk, both of Davenport, were mar
ried last evening at the parsonage, of
the First Methodist church, Rev, 11.
O. Pearce officiating.
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.
The Emanon club gives a compli
mentary dance this evening to a limi
ted company of invited guests. The
affair promises to be in keeping with
those given by the organization in the
past. Ogden's orchestra will play.
You don't need blisters, poultices,
plasters, and so on. They are out of
date. For rheumatism and every form
of pain use Anchor Pain Kxpeller.
Subdues inflammation and gives rest
to tortured nerves. 25 and 50 cents.-
Kxcursion on the steamer City of
Winona and barge to Clinton Satur
day, July 4. leaves Bock Islaad at
S:15 a. in., arrives at Clinton at 12:30
p.m. Leaves Clinton at 5 p. in., arrives
at Koek Island at 8 p. m. Music and
dancing free. Refreshments served
aboard. Fare, only 50 cents round
Two valuable horses in L. F. Cralle's
livery stable have died within a week.
Last Saturday the black pacer, Billy,
died of indigestion, and yesterday
Minnie, the old driving mare, went
the same way. The latter was well
known to all livery patrons of the
city and had been at the barn for
Otto Stall entered a plea of guilty in
the county court .yesterday afternoon
to a charge of larceny. The complain
ant was Mrs. Johanna Albraud. He
was fined $45 and costs and went to
the county jail where he will work out
the tine at the rate of $1.50 n day.
The property that he took consisted
of a portion of a printing outfit, saws,
and the like, the entire value being
William Fleming, a resident of Buf
falo Prairie township, has been ad
judged insane by a commission com
posed of Dr. W. L. Hddy and Dr. L. C.
Moore. The patient was too ill to
leave home and the commission went
to the house. He. is t5 years of ge
and has been affected mentally for
the past four years, the greater por
tion of the time being confined to
bed. Ai order was entered by Judge
Parnienter placing him in the care of
a conservator. M . .
The Golden Star club, which Was ot-
ga nixed here 12 years ago, held a re
union at the home of Mrs. A. L. Mor
ris on Second avenue yesterday after
noon. This is the first meeting the
club has held in 10 years, due to the
absence frn the city of one of its
members. Miss Maurine Rasmussen,
of San Francisco, Cal. The reunion
proved? a very pleasant affair. The
other members of the club are the
Misses Fay Warren. Mildred Dodge,
Josephine Whisler and FJsie Koehle.r,
all of this city.
SHOE THIEVES BELIEVED
TO HAVE BEEN CAPTURED
An important arrest was UMide by
Ottieers Thode and Brinn this morn
ing when they secured George Switz
er, alias "Bed." over a restaurant on
Second avenue, between Nineteenth
and 'twentieth streets. Charles John
son was arrested in the same connec
tion as an accomplice.
The two men are believed to be in
volved in the stealing of a case of
shoes from a freight car in this city.
This morning Switzer took the offi
cers to the river shore near Twenty
first street and there under a large
pieee ef theet iron some of the plun
der was found. Several other pairs
have been located. Part of the loot
was sold In Davenport for $.(. Swilz
er was staging at the above place
with. his wife.
Mrs. Kd Patton was fined $25 and
costs by Justice Schrivcr yesterday
on the charge of disorderly conduct,
the complainant-being her hu.Jiand.
SHOW GRADUAL INCREASE
The returns of the citv assessor
show property in Bock Island to have
ma.le a substantial increase in value
since the last assessment. The total
assessment for Rock Island is $2,921.
.140, an increase of $358,105. Lands
are appraised at $95.fil.-,, lots at $2.
(W7.05O, personal property at $7:'.S,75.
in each case an increase over the pre
vious assessment. Notvdithstandinc
the erection of new factory buildings
of great size, many private dwellings
and n number of stores, Moline's to
tal is only $2,241,305, an increase for
five year of $99,028. Compared with
Rock Island's increase" of $358,405. this
is insignificant and would indicate a
more material growth in Rock Island.
Moline showed its greatest increase in
the valuation of lots, but that was
only $65,135, as compared with the
corresponding item of $95,675 for
uocK isjnnu. 'ine total value of lots
in Rock Island in 1902 was $1,791,915,
in Moline for the same year. $1,369.-
Opening picnic at Huber's, garden
July 4, afternoon and evening.
S. II. Edwards left this morning for
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schmale, of St.
Louis, are visiting relatives in the
Mrs. Myron Long, of Springfield, is
visiting with her mother, Mrs. Chris
tine M. Crow.
William Padgett left Bock Island
this morning for Colorado, where he
will spend a portion of the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Dow, of Gales-
burg, arrived here today and are vis
iting relatives in this city and Moline.
II. W. Crawford, division freight
agent of the Burlington, with' his
wife, is visiting relatives in Gales
burg. Miss Beatrice McMullen left today
for her home in Buffalo, X. Y., after
a visit in Bock Island! with Miss Em
Rev. 11. M. Laurenson, who was re
cently curate at Trinity Episcopal
church, is in the city on hi way from
Springfield to Tiskilwa, where he has
accepted a charge.
Miss Edith Litzrodt, who recently
graduated at the August ana conserva
tory of music, left this morning for
Xew York City to take a post-graduating
course in music.
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Gavin, who ex
pect to spend the next few weeks vis
iting points of interest jn the vicinity
of Colorado Springs and Denver, left
this morning over the Bock Island.
J. A. Scavcr has resigned his posi
tion in J. T. Noftsker's hardware
store and today entered upon his du
ties as clerk in the auditing depart
ment at the Woodmen head office.
Mrs. W. T. Magill departed last ev
ening for the Pacific coast to spend
the summer with her daughter at
Watsonville, Cal. She was accompan
ied by Miss Kmclic DeSanto, who goes
to Port Townsciid, Wash., and Miss
Vivian Angcll, who will spend the
summer with relatives at Los An
geles. Mis Stella VI. Gordon, who has been
assistant principal of Brown's Busi
ness college, of this city, is to be
principal of the shorthand depart
ment of Brown's Pusiness college, of
Rockford. The students of the col
lege showed their appreciation of her
faithful seriee by presenting her a
handsome token of remembrance.
The presentation speech was made by
H. B. Jensen, and was answered in a
very fitting manner by the recipient.
Miss Cordon left for Rockford this af
Twelfth Street Park
Game Called a 3:45
June 30. John J. Ingram to C. J.
Kearle, lots 11 and 12, block 3, Black
Hawk add.. Rock Island, $1,000.
Kmma P. Harrow to W. H. Whisler,
s 30 feet of lot G, Ellen S. Webber's
subdiv. lot 23. 35. IS. 2w, $2,9l.
Henry IIotTman to C. H. Ambler,
iiv, 17; '., ne'4, 17, 20. 2e. $15,000.
Hannah Aram, et a!., to V. K. Brown
and G. B. Christison, wys lot 7, block
1. Old or Original Town of Moline, $2,-
Martin McXealey to Amanda Me
Nealey, lot 7, Biverview Terrace, Rock
Rock Island Mutual Building, Loan
it Saving association to Myra Walk
er, it 40 feet, lot 2, block 1. Healcys
subdiv., 33. IS, lw, $700. v
June 29.- C. G. Nelson to A. G.
Krickson, lot 5, block T, Moline Water
Power company's fifth add., Moline,
David Cramer to A. H. Arp, n 41',i
feet of s 141 feet, outlot 1, Ryder &
Head's add., Moline, $11.33.
Following is today's river bulletin:
Dang'r Hgt. Change
Line. 8 a.m. 24hrs.
Feet. Feet. Feet.
St, Paul 14 3.2 -0.2
Red Wing 14 3.0 "
Heed's Landing .. 12 2.9 0.1
Ln Crosso 13 4.2 .l
Prairie du Chien.. IS 4.0 ....
Dubuque 15 4.9 -0.2
Iei Claire 10 3.5 -0.3
Davenport 15 4.4 -0.3
Des Moines Rpds.. .. 3.1 -0.3
Keokuk 15 5.9 -0.5
St. Louis 30 21.1 0.1
Kansas City 21 17.0 , -0.4
indicates fall, rise.
River forecast for 18 hours ending 8
a. m., Friday, July 3, 1903: The Mis
sissippi will fall slowly between Du
buque and Davenport.
The U. S. S. Col. A. Mackenzie, the
government snag boat, arrived yes
terday and is at the levee.
STTCOIER SCHOOL OF
THE S. S. ASSOCIATION
The sixth annual summer school of
the Illinois S. S. association will be
held July 30 to Aug. 5, inclusive, at
the Chicago Theological Seminary,
Ashland boulevard and Warren ave
nue, Chicago. Though intended es
pecially for primary and junior teach
ers, it is open free of tuition to all
S. S. workers in Illinois or elsewhere.
The faculty includes Miss Elizabeth
Harrison, kindergartner, writer and
lecturer; Prof. E. P. St. John, exten
sion lecturer on religious pedagogy
in the training school for christian
workers, Hartford, Conn.; Prof. Wil
liam Tomlins, the well-known leader
of children's choruses and teacher of
teachers; Mrs. Mary Foster Bryner,
international field worker; Miss Lucy
Stock, primary superintendent of
Massachusetts; Miss Bertha Hints,
head of the drawing department of
the Chicago Normal school, and Dr.
Geistweit, pastor Tabernacle Baptist
church, and others. Child study and
adolescence, story work, music, black
board work, methods and lessoifs will
be considered. Bound tables conduct
ed and addresses given on vital sub
jects. Though no tuition will be charged,
a thank offering will be taken. Good
board at. reasonable figures may be
had in the vicinity of the school. Fur
ther information may be obtained by
addressing Mrs. M. S. Lamoreaux, 553
West Sixty-seventh street, Chicago, or
W. B. Jacobs, 132 La Salle street, Chicago.
Phlrarn. .Tnl v I .TfTnllnwIn v lm th nnn.
ing, highest, lowest and closing quotation
1U IUU4J m
July. T7ti TTV 76S: 74.
Sept. TC,: 7H: 754; 75S .
Dec , 75 ; 7(5; 75';
July, i9: 50, : 4S: 4SN
Sent. SO3,: 61!r M: 50.
Dec, 49; 4U!i; 48 Ji;
July. 39: 40; 3: 39!,
Sept. 33 : 34 : 33: 33 V
Dec, S3 ; 3i; 33 V; 34.
July. 15.40: 15 55: 15 40: 15 52
Sept., 15.55; 15.87; 15.55; 15.77
July. 8.10- 8 17: 8.07: 8.10.
Sept., 8.30; 8 37; 8.27; 8.J0.
July. 8.55; 8.72; 8 5: 8.67.
Sept., 8.62: 8 SO; 8.62: b.70.
Rye, July&OH; Sep. 50'4; flax, cash, N. W.
1.02. S. W. W; July 1.01; Sep. 1 .00 hi; barley
ttecelpu today: Wheat 17, corn 351. oats
lis; nogs 22,000; cattle 20,000, sheep 11,000.
Hog market opened steady.
Light. 5.75&6.00: mlxeu and butch
ers, to.es 90; good heavy, li.00G5.90; rough
Cattle martet opened slow .
Sheep market opened steady.
Hogs at Kansas OUy lO.ouo. cattle 6,500:
hogs at Omaha 10,000, cattle S.uoc.
TTnlon stock yards 8:40 a. m.
Hog market opened steady. 5c lower.
L.ifcni, o 706 05; mixed and butchers, $560
C5.60: good heavy, f5C0&5 85; rough heavy,
Cattle market steady.
Beeres I4.2.t5.55, cows and heifers l.fi0a
4 00, Texas steers t3.25&4.50, Blockers and
feeders ti 2f&.?0.
Sheep market slow and weak.
Union Stock yards close.
Hoe market closed Ktroneer.
Light, f5.KX26.05; mixed and butchers. 5.60
5.tK); good heavy, I5.555.90; rough heavy.
Cattle market closed slow to 10c lower.
Sheep market closed steady.
Kslimaled receipts Thursday: Wheat 2S;
corn 30, oats 180, hogs 2&.000.
New York Stocks.
New York. July 1. The following are the
closing quotations on the New York stcck
So. Pacific 50V sugar l22M.CAA.com. CtV
gas vw. Penna. 126',. li. a. O. K5v c. K. I.
P. com34J.C M. ftSt. P l.M?, Mannattan 13S,
PaciUc Mall 28. Atchison com . . W. U
Tel. Co. 85H. N. Y. Central 127. L. & N
112. K. T..M'. Rdg. com. 521,. leathei
com. PM. copper 55H. Atchtson ptd. 82 v U
S. Steel ptd 817. U. S. Steei common 31H.
Missouri PaciUc 106'i. Union Pacific common
83 coal and iron 53V. Krie common 31.
Wabash ptd 44 V Can. Pact tic 121V Republic
Steel common 4V Republic steel ptd ;
M. K. & T. common 22V American Car
Foundry common 3K.M: C. fc U. W. l'.'V
LOCAL. MARKKT OONOITIOMS.
Today's (Jnotatlons on Provlalona. 1J
8tovk. KfMl anil Fnffl.
Rock Island, July 1. Following are the
quotations on the local market:
Butter Creamery SH53c. dalryHl5c
Eggs Fresh lie.
Live poultrySpring chickens 3 OOtf? $3.50
per dozen hens 10c. per pound.
Vegetables Potatoes, old, 65 ; new, ti 25.
Cattle Steers $3.50 to 14.75 cows and
heifers 12.00 to S4.25. calves 13.00 to Si.oo
Hogs Mixed and butchers (5.26 to 1 5.N1
Sheep Yearlings or over. pr cwt. I3 50to
llio, Lambs per head I4.ro to ti 50.
F-hI and raL
Grain Corn 50055c; oats. 85c to 36
Forage Timothy hay, $12 to $13, prairie
f 10 to til. baled prairie 19, baled timothy 112
Wood Hard, per load S5.00&J5-.V).
Coal Lump, per bushel I3ctl4c. mine run
13c per bushel, sias twr bushel 7c
H. J. TO HER.
A. L. ANDERSON.
H. J. Toher & Co.,
To New York
No. 109 Main at
oys' and Girls'
1721 Second Avervvie
TKe Secret of How to Obtain
Is found in Dr. Walsh's successful treatment for chronic, nervous and pri
vate diseases of both Rexes. Thousands who were afflicted with chronic
diseases and who failed to find relief elsewhere Lave been permanently
cured by Dr. Walsh duriD the nine years be 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.
v2 i J
DR. WALSH CURES
Exhaustive drains, sleeplessness,
weakness of men, failing1 memory,
mental delusions, or any other condi
tion due to nervous exhaustion.
Dyspepsia, Asthma, Bronchitis, Scrof
ula, Piles, Syphilis, Blood, 3idney,
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 treat
ments? ONLY CURABLE CASES TAKEN
dreds cured by mail. Hours: 9 to
day, 11:30 to 1:30 p. m.
Office McCullough Building. 124 West Third Street,
DR. J. E.
Before selecting the plare for your summer vacation you ought to send
for a copy of our "Handbook of Colorado." This handy little book does not
attempt a description of the wonderful scenery and climate, but it does give
definite information in regard to the resorts, hotels, boarding houses and
ranches in Colorado.
It tells where they are located, how they are reached, what the principal
attractions are, the cost of board by the week and the month, the names
and addresses of the proprietors. At many of them capital fare and
excellent quarters can be secured at from $8 to $10 per week and upward.
Teople of moderate means can well afford to spend the summer in Colo
rado, as the Burlington Route will sell tickets throughout the season at about
half the regular rates on certain days even less than half. Delightful
side-trips can be made from Colorado to the Black Hills and to Yellowstone
Park at little cost.
FRANK A. HART, Passenger Agent,
Office, C. B. & Q. R. R- Depot, ROCK ISLAND, ILL. Telephone. West 1180.
IF YOU WANT YOUR. UMBRELLA
Repaired or recovcrwl stop at lfi22 Second avenue. I make :i specialty of
this kind of work, also reseat chairs and repair all kind of furniture. J. J.
Baker telephone 5064.
Dr. S. H. MILLER. M. D. V.
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist.
Graduate of McKillip's Veterinary College, Chicago, HI.
Office and Veterinary Hospital
HIS Third ATran, Kock Irlacd, 111. Kealdenee 1K12 Fourth Audb
Office hours 7 to 8 m . 1 to 2 o m . 7 to 10 p. m. Central Phones: Office 1409 X
West, Keaidenee lf6l Wek Union Phones: Offlce 6707, Residence 53S7 X
i YOUR. UNCLE SIEGEL
has great anrl rare bargains in Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Bicycles, and
all other kinds of jkhIs. These good's have not b-en redeemed and will be
sold at a great sacrifice. 320 Twentieth street. 'Fhone brown 663.
WE SHOW THIS SEASON
A VEKY LAKGE VARIETY
OF YOUNG PEOPLE'S LOW
CUTS OXFORDS AND
SLIPPERS MADE IN REG
ULAR LEATHERS ALSO
BAREFOOT SANDALS FOR
CHILDREN ARE NEW AND
SENSIBLE AT SAME TIME,
- - - f x
DR. J. E. WALSH,
Formerly of Chicago,
St. Anthony's Hospital.
WHEN OTHERS FAIL
Is nature's remedy. When etientifi
cally applied it soothes, strengthens
and invigorates. Twenty years' expe
rience has made Dr. Walsh a tnastes
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, rheumatism, neuralgia,
paralysis, onstipation, nervous dys
pepsia, backache, headache, palpita
tion of the heart, ets.
If you cannot call, write. Hun
12 a. m., 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.; Sun'
for your summer trip.