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THE AEGUS, FRIDAY", JUKE iC, 18j.
Spring chickens at Hess Bros'.
Tisliing taekel at the Columbia.
Hammocks 58c at tlie Columbia.
; Band concert at t he Tower Sunday
Blener's band at the Watch Tower
Horseback wrestling at ;thc Tower
Feather dusters 10c and up, at the
Dollv Bros. 300 Rochester shoes
t $2.45 is a bargain.
Wrestling on horseback at the
Watch Tower Sunday.
" Look at our suits "at $3.99. They
re daisies. The London.
Miss Amelia Burrill has returned
ttom a visit to Marion, Ind.
Underselling everybody on every--Jjiurr
you know in the London.
M. C. Kice, of the London, re
turned from Chicago last evening.
Watermelons, musk melons, plums,
apricots and cherries at Hess Bros'.
Governor Altgeld yesterday signed
flic new senatorial apportionment bill.
The condition of Joseph Miller is
unchanged today. He is still very
flVn good work horses for sale.
Apply to Elbert Mead, Sear's brick
Don't forget that f 2.45 is the price
of a lady's shoe in the latest style at
Cauliflower, egg plant, cucumbers,
wax beans, tomatoes and a nice line
f vegetables at Hess Bros.
Miss Reimers is now employed as
stenographer at the joint office of M.
E- Sweeney and Reidy Bros.
Capt. W. L. Marshall, in charge of
the Hennepin canal construction,
registered at the Harper this morn
ing. Hon. John F. Dillon and Hon. Hi
ram Price, two of Davenport's dis
tinguished former citizens, are in that
Shoos 10 per rent off oil any ladies
or chillis shoes or Oxford tomorrow.
TVn"t miss this opportunity. The
Fine Oxfords latest style all
widths. 10 per eent off tomorrow.
Cheaper goods the same wav. The
Yon don't get a chance very often
to buy the latest style goods, in sea
:son. at In per cent off tomorrow
ou! . The lioftOII.
Too many shoes and Oxfords It'
jm V eent oiY tomorrow. You benefit
ty U but t e arc- bound to move
their.. The Boston.
Lev i- iiuidf nzopf will in a few
-.tys open a job printing ofilee. and
(n-iii .juarlers with. William
Don. 1 1 -. - book binder.
Mrs. Sarah Reed, who ha- ln
visiting at i he residence of IKniy
Curtis, let'', this morning forl'hieago,
snd from there goes to Detroit.
Speeia' sale l'i per eent off on
ladies and hibiren- shoes and Ox
fords tomorrow. Nothing reserved.
Trvke your ehoiee. The Bo-ton.
Suits worth l" for n7.:;:i not ipiite
is i l'i .'iji :i- ':;-t Saturdav lmt mueli
ei(aper than eonipetitor.- can sell
sn.-lt lol hi ng for. Tlie Loiidoii.
;. . S. 1'nlnier has moved from his
residence on Twentieth street, to a
new one on Ninth avenue, between
Fifteenth and Seventeenth streets.
The Oakdale club has issued invi
tations for a social hop at Black
Haw k Tower on Friday ewning. June
t3. A delightful time is anticipated.
Lost A gray coat between Elev
enth and Fifteenth streets, contain
ing ti memorandum book. Finder
be rewarded by returning to this
Deere & Company, of Moline, have
issued a convenient handy map of
the World's fair including diagrams,
etc., which will be of great use to
poo pic attending t he fair. '
Look in our sliow-w iniliiw you can
see a few of the f)0i suits and prices
will be on each suit. They are at
prices that the other clothing men
cannot meet. .The London big store.
E. II. Oliver this morning sold the
firammerstorf saloon to Weaver '&
Stapleton. who will reopen it next
Tuesday. Mr. Weaver is from Oene
seo, and Mr. Stapleton from D.;vcn
Mavor Bennett and the Moline
city council paid a visit to Rock Isl
and last night for the purpose of in
specting the waterworks pumps, our
sister city having been brought face
to fate with the necessity of the pur
chase of a new pump.
Uncle Sammy (Joode, the well
known Andalusia citizen, is to be
come a resident of Hock Island, for
which city he has always had a ten
der attachment. He has disposed of
his farming property and in the fall
"will remove to Rock Island.
L. M. Christol, light weight cham
pion wrestler, who is anxious to 'meet
Farmer Burns, lias arranged to pre
sent n. novel entertainment .at the
Tower Snndav. He and Bill McMil
len, also an "athlete will give the
feat of a wrestling match on horse
back .. '
A buggy belonging to Morris Ro
sen field, containing liis son, Charles
Rosenfield, and a female employee of
the household, was overturned on
Second street in '. Davenport this
morning by colliding with a street
car. Fortunately neither of the oc
cupants, was injured. N
Ticket Agent I'lummer of the
Rock Island road has received no
tification that tomorrow there will
be a grand parade .of all the peo
ple, animals and special features
in Midway Plaisance at the World's
fair. The parade will be made
through the entire fair grounds.
Somebody started a rumor a few
days ago to the effect that the Rock
Island road was offering round trip
tickets to Chicago for $1, and the
consequence was a sudden determi
nation on the part of many to hasten
their visit to the World's fair. The
report, however, was unfounded.
No reductions in rates prevail.
We just returned from Chicago
bought about 900 suits at 50 cents on
the dollar. How the wholesale mer
chants did squirn when we offered
50 cents on the dollar for them, but
ready cash did it, what's their loss is
your gain of course, only more so.
Underselling everybody "on every
thing, you know us. We showed the
public last Saturday how we do
it) The London.
It is understood that when Morris
Rosenfield moves into his new man
sion at the head of Nineteenth street,
the house at present occupied by
him will be entirely, remodeled by
R. R. Cable, who owns it, and con
vert it into a modern home for the
occupancy of that gentleman and his
family, when he moves back to Kock
Island, after ke has laid aside the
cares of active railroad life.
Kirktiart 15ro. Shown,
Kirkhart Bros. shows have pitched
their tents on the corner of Second
avenue and Sixteenth street, and to
night open a series of performances
to continue through tomorrow. Kirk
hart Bros, lay no claim to a monster
aggregation, such as is presented by
Rarnum. or Forepaugh or Sells Bros...
but they have the reputation of giv
ing an unique, interesting entertain
ment well worth the admission price,
which is placed at the remark
ably low figure of -." cents.
The show embrace.- among its
more attractive features Miss Lil
lian Cud v. the world's greatest pistol
shot. The bold and daring Brazilian
Frince Mungo, who is the most mara
culoiis performer with knives,
swords, spears and axes, that has
ever been -ecu in America. The
finest leapers and tumblers over seen
under fliow canvas. A troupe of
educated dogs, goats anl monkeys,
funnv e-iovvns.one great exposition of
wonders, curiosities and arenic tri
Ries Bros, will tins evening, prir
to the opening of the show, give free
on the outside of the tent their great
carrying perch feats.
Auction N lie.
On next Tuesday. June go. ;lt. 1 v.
M . . on Market square. Rock Island. 1
will .-ell at public auction a large lot
of household goods, of good quality,
consisting of beds, stands, chairs,
wash stamU. stoves. wardrobes,
crockery, tables, refrigerators, clucks,
bookcases, table cutlery, curtains,
sewing machine and all sorts of
things. Sale positive lor cash in
hand. H. C. Hakims. Auctioneer.
A FuSHi'liKtT Traill in tlic IHtrli.
ALl'.t'yfEKQT'E, X. M.,' June 1(5. The
east bound passenger train is in the ditth
three miles east of llolbrook. Engineer
Oscar Frost and Fireman Snyder were
caught in the wreck and both are badly
if not fatall3 burned. Three tramps were
stealing rides on the "blind baggage" and
one of tliem was killed outright.
le LrsKcpn Keleaseil ly tlie Conrt.
PAWS, June 10. Thomas de Lesseps,
who was sentenced to prison for complicity
in the Panama canal frauds, has had the
judgment reversed by the court of cassa
tion and his prison days are over. All the
others condemned go free also. IJe Iesseps
is too ill to Ik; removed yet from the
The Hudson, Win., Nuvlnpi ltauk.
Hrnsox, June 10. Tlie statement of a
committee to report on the affairs of the
Hudson Savings bank will show that the
assets, which by the liank's statement
were 7:10,127,50, are by the committee's
appraisement .!., 270. 30, the liabilities
Sheriff Asphyxiated by ias.
Omaka, Xeb., June 1C. Sheriff B. A.
Dennis of Culbertson, in attendance at the
Interstate sheriff's convention, was found
dead in his bed at Council Bluffs, as
phyxiated by gas.
The Infanta at Niagara.
Xiagaua FALU5, June 18. The Infanta
and party have visited Goat island, the
Sister islands, the inclined railway, and
other points of interest about the falls.
In the afternoon they drove across to the
Canadian side. -
A curious Romanian proverb is this, "It
is easier to keep a sack full of hares than a
The only Pure 'Cream of Tartar Powder, No Ammonia; No Alum
-Used in Millions of Homes 40 lean the Standard.-
, Jnlaa Ferry'a Iaeape from the Mob.
The late Jules Ferry had & narrow escape
from violence at the hands of the Paris
commune, to whom be was especially
odious. He eluded their pursuit through a
church, tettina himself down in a basket
out of a rear window while the mob-was
forcing the outer door. The basket fell to
the ground with a thud and gave Its occu
pant a severe shaking up. (
The "Mad Dog" of tbe Street.
The "mad dog" of the streets is, we know,
rarely rabid and usually only needs a little
j udicious and kindly assistance to restore
him to health. It is just about as reason
able to pounce on and kill a human being
that falls in an epileptic fit as the majority
of the dogs that are attacked and killed
by an excited crowd. Popular Science
That's the way Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets come. And
it's a more important point
than you think. It keeps
them always fresh and reli
able, unlike the ordinary
pills in cheap wooden or
They're put up in a better
way, and tbey act in a better
way, than the huge, oid-fasb-ionod
pills. No griping, no
violence- no reaction after
ward tnat sometimes leaves
you worse off than before.
In that way, tbey cure per
manently. Sick Headache,
Bilious Headache, Constipa
tion, Indigestion, Bilious At
tacks, and all deranKements
of the liver, stomach, and
bowels are prevented, relieved, and cured.
They're tiny, supar-coated granules, a
compound of refined and concentrated vege
table extracts the smallest in size, the easi
est to take, and the cheapest pill yon can
buy, for they're guaranteed to give satisfac
tion, or your money is returned. You pay
only for the qootl you get.
There's nothing likely to be "just
EK YOU IX NEED?
Want a cook
Want a partner
Want a situation
Want to rent room?
Want a servant girl
Want to sell a farm
Want to pell a house
Want to exchange anjthinfr
Want te fell household goods
Want to make any real estate loan
Want to sell or trade for anything
Want to find customers for an thing
USK THESE COLUMNS.
rt E DAILY" AKOUS DELIVERED AT YOUR
door every crcuing for 11 He per week.
VOTt KENT KURNISIIKK KOOMS. AD
l dress C, care of Amu s office.
WANTED ;L4Z1ERS: MIOl WMKK;
steady employment for r.iptil worker.
The lorvan Co , Wcs-t Twenty second and In ion
tt reels, Chicago, 111.
ACiENTS WANTED ;ENTS TOTAKK OR
(It'rs lr, tyorr town ami ntj ; commission or
lilu-ra! salary to successTa! solicitors: steadv
work. Serd references and soenre territory
Promptly. Kllwan'.'i-c A linrry, !t. Hope nurser
ies, lioeheftir, N. .
WANTED TWO Oil TIIHKE ME TO lint'.
IT resent, our well known 1ioho ih rli -ive.
Our men handle five or six lines ot artie.lcs which
cTiahle? us to pny handsome watre sahirie"
rituee from ST.t to a month, accord? to r.i
trrial in the men. L. I. May & Co.. s . I" nil,
Minn . nurserymm, lionets, seedsmen, seed po
tatoes, implements, etc.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove having a tank that cannot be tak en off
for filling, unless the burner are closed.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove having an indicator to show when the
burners are open or closed.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove having glass tubes to show the drip
ping of ga-oline when the Btovj is in use.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove having burners that cam t,t be opened
farther than necessary.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove having all parts made of material
which cannot rust.
1615 and 1617 Second Avenu-.
1S15 Second Ave.
John Yolk 6c Oo.
Koester & Martin
CONTRACTORS -Base Ball Headquarters.- Avenue Pharmacy.
HOTjss.BuiuDEns. WJll HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
f-r ggigM Analytic and Dispensing Piiarmacist
.: :t kinds of wooawor for Mulders. liAIB5
K.meDth m.. aot. Third an.i Knanri w. rfllW -.SL5 Ti2SFtf i'&i Is row located in his new buildine at the corner of Fifth aTtuu-
. KOCK 1SLAy"- feJpigiiSHIi 1 and Twentyahird street.
Attention Ladies. &7rtr .inm, u... ::-
mountain DEW THE AKCADE, ' TORTPTtfTTTTT'T.'n TPDH
is thobct .kin lotion in nse. It contains no . c . ., D , -ttUOJljlN 1? lUlJ-lJJ UttUto.
mineral or oily eubstanccs. Sold by igar fetore ana Billiard Parlor. PRVCTICVL
THE WARREN BROWN CO. ;2ft J teS m n THUir,
B.napUBer coreofallthehangame, wi-1 he received 11110613, U 163,111, IjaS 1)111818.
4 pace Mnlical trcati.-c containing nuirh infor- X QLOCKHOFF FFOD
mation and many valuable recvipt frei iixm ap- wnrf vnno' House Heating and Sanitarv riumhin-r. - - 2i3 Twentieth -;r.
licutioii . lows &ecoi!i Avenue, r
For the beginning of Summer
visit all departments.
SILKS for beauty, style and
comfort, at eilk counter
WOOL FABRICS, novelties in
weaves, varied in colore.
UMB HELLAS for the summer
and rain, at Umbrella stand
LAWNS, muslins, mulls, defy
the heat, expense not great,
produces "fetching" effects,
at cotton goods counter.
Scotch and domestic, or
gandies or chambrey you
can't miss them.
HOSIERY and gloves, a va
rietymarked styles at tlie
RIBBONS nnd lacs.
SUMMER FLANNELS for ten
nis and outing, at novelty
For everything in season,
in beauty and worth,
this store is headquarters.
These Prices Speak for themselves
One Price to all-Spot Cash.
Lace Curtains for the Week.
Our $n 2,i Lacs Curtains now - - . $T 2i
t nr f r0 Lace Curtains now .... 4 -,,
Our 4 HO Lace Curtains now -j
Tak 3-our choice cut r f wash basket full fur 10c. Buy
A bright job four-in Land, puff and tecks in .ill shades
choice ior 23c 25?. They will be sure to move it
prices; cotse -nrlv and get y ur pick.
r:lt'iil Mo Stick :H Sf. :i-hiw) Wnmlcii Tails l."ic. Ha-oll i
Sj:iiililiinr Natidtial Li':i;nii' 1 arior Mat' lies li)4
. I , v."
ii. YO'uG, Proprietor.
1728 Second A v.
Are showing all the latest agonies in
O lothing ;.
Correct Prices, to which we invite inspection.
' 4 LaTgest Clothing and Shoe Stores in Rock Island County.
Shoe Store 104 Second avenue - ' Clothing Store 1729 Second Avenue