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THE A1WUS. FUIDAY, JUNE 23, 181)3.
iio to the Watch Tower.
.Straw huts :it the London.
'Spring chickens at Hess l?ros .
Kosa May at the Tower Sunday.
Nice musk melons, at Hrowner &
Rosa May Sunday at the Watch
Cherries and pineapples at W. A.
A nice line of fresh vegetables, at
Browner - Oo.'s.
W. A. Khleh has a nice line of fresh
vegetables always and hand.
Black raspberries, cherries and
strawberries, at Browner & Co.'s.
You know the place The London
where you get $15 suits for 7.3'.).
Tomatoes, squash, parsley, cauii
tlon er and cucumbers at Hess Bros.
Rosa May in balloon ascension and
parachute leap at the Tower Sunday.
A good display of home grown
vegetables always on hand at Hess
Mrs. Frank N. Horn is very ill at
her home on 'Twenty-first street and
Black raspberries, strawleri ies,
pineapples, watermelons, muskmel
ons and eoeoanuy at Hess Bros".
Watch our window Saturday. Sun
day and Monday for velvet carpets
made and laid for $1.10 per yard at
No wonder our trade is increasing
everv da . we undersell and do as
we advertise. fl" suits for $7. ?.'..
Watch our w indow Saturday. Sun
day and Monday for velvet carpets,
made and. laid for s?l.li per yard, at
We are the only house ho do a
they advertise, undersell everybody
on everything;. 1- suit- for
$!.;'.'. The Loudon.
Tomorrow . the l'ea-t of St. John,
the Bapti-t. there v. ill he services
:md celebration at Trinity church at
! nVlock in the innrniii;,'.
Yon can get at W. A. Khlels. put
tip in gla-., jars, imported mu-h-roons.
spiced lobsters, spiced
sehrimps and spired dams.
Joint T. M:itl'rd. who graduated
lat week from the law department
of the Nort h c-tern university at
Chicago. i in thecitv visiting relative-.
" O-car IVil. of Moline. ha- made
arrangements whereby he will here
after run both the Keator and Peal
hoii-es. thereby controlling the hotel
1 n-ine-s in Moline.
. No dull times at the London: when
the other houses are having m trade,
the London is Im-y. Come and look
-;;t our line of ijil.S'.t. &7.2V.I and $.l'i
suits, worth double. The London.
The many friends .f Ben Hall will
regret to learn that In- is about to
leave Hock Island, having accepted a
position in the Continental hotel at
Chicago, for which citv lie will leave
tomorrow- or Monday.
Thieves broke into the Moline
Brass foundry last night and st.de
about -JH pounds of brass castings.
The proprietor of the place is anxi
ous to pay :.'" for the conviction of
the parties who stole it.
T. M. sinnet is the latest candidate
for niemli! r of the board of educa
tion and lie has consented to so stand
as has Ir. C. B. Kinyoii. but how
about t lie lat ter's colleague prcvious
lv:igrvid upon on the A. 1. A. ticket?
Is it ! t time to hear from Marion?
An fmp'ove of the Wcvcrhaiiscr A:
Dcnkniann mil! in Davenport named
II. 1". spraeklin met his deatli there
vc-terday by being struck by a board
from an edger. His left arm was
.shattered and the hoard also struck
him in the brea-t injuriiiir him so
thai hi' died while on the way to
.V still alarm oi lire turned in from
the Rock Island A: l'eoria round
house shortly before 1 o'clock today,
brought t he depart ment down to
that locality. It was found that a
-mall blaze on the roof of a:i oil shed
had caued the alarm. A little wa
ter put ii out before .-caiveW any
damage w ar done.
A!ea'.nl"r Medill 'was united in
marriage wit h Miss Sarah Johnston
.at the home of the bride's parents in
Milan last even in jr. l.'ev. W. B. Mc
Kee otlieiat ing. The bride is a
daughter of David Johnston and wife
of that j dace, the groom being a
brother of Mayor Medill of this city.
Both have the best wishes of many
Agent McKibhen is now ready to
issue the traveling check books of
the American Express company,
which have been explained in The
Amur heretofore. The enterprise
of the American in providing this
handy system of money exchange is
indeed commendable and will no
doubt meet with popular favor, es
pecially luring these World's fair
Arrangements bare been completed
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder, No Ammonia; No Alum
-Upnrl iu Millions o' tiova- 40 Years the Standard.-
for an unusually line pyrotechnic
display at Black Hawk Tower on the
Fourth of July, and which in addi
tion to an attractive afternoon dis
play will include a magnificent night
exhibit, to open with a set piece of
Columbus a ail close with one em
blematic of Black Hawk. Then there
will also be a number of line pieces,
bombs, fountains, and bouquets, to
say nothing of rockets and candles,
A stranger about Go years of age
put up at Aye'd boarding house in
Davenport last evening. Shortly af
terward he sat down to supper, and
while eating he suddenly fell back
ill and lay on the floor in an uncon
scious condition. Medical attend
ance was summoued, but the man
died a little later without leaving any
means of identification. The re
mains are being held in hopes of
hearing from relatives. Death was
caused by strangulation from a large
piece of moat lie had eaten.
Several Kinds of Soiu mini bulls in.
Inn payer published in lS'i'i in Paris by
Bert rand, a noted authority, somnambu
lism was divided into classes, according to
the causes. First was a part icularly nerv
ous temperament, which predisposed indi
viduals otherwise in Kd health to par
oxysms of somnambulism during tlicir
ordinary bleep. Then this nhi-p walking
was sometimes produced in the course t
Certain diseases, of which it iniul.t be con
sidered a symptom or a crisis. Then, ;i.;;;:n.
It was ofti-:i lnvr.uhl oner seen in the course
if the p'.v i ''.iic4 necessary to brinu on thj
jomlition kuowm as aiiiuutl niai;;:: tism.
And. nir.-un, it mijrht result as a conse
quence of a hhsh decree of mental cxalta
iiou. In such a case it was coutafriou-i by
Imitation to such persons as should be sub
mitted to the same influence. In th. -e four
divisions of causes Dr. Hammond, a living
and n;o'!'-rn ;u;i hority, holds that. Bert rand
makes !,)'.; did'erviit kinds of snuiiii ;.
lisi;i ;l.e es.-e:.tial, tl.j symptomatic. Sac
art if.ci.il a::d the ecst alio.
Bertr.md w: at that !::y ii;norant f that
form of r.rt ilicial siiii.i..ii.il)iili.-i:: kru.v.a to
more modern medical science as l;yp:n'i :i.
It may, however, be properly placed .:. 1 1.!.-,
thn-.'t class. Ti.cn li'.iie,' the tour tlivi .;i.:is
they liusy lie f.'iiuccu to l ..o c!:rs.
imrtoDr. H.imn.ond i lie na; ;ir,i! r.-.id. i mc
Artificial. Ti.'.' fornar may occur In :is
who nianif'-st i:o marked ih oi d. via
tions freia the stai:i:'.il of bealt h, au.l ii
whom t here is no very i idem nervous ex
citability. It is usualiy. tliouy.h o..i n
way... matiifc-tcd tb iiu ; e;i.:i.uy s! :.
and it is couiraen for muhors to spen'i f it
as ' eiu'i c iiiK-cied wi; h a dream. r-. . l
The woman of 1:
is Lunily da - ;,:!.
:-; i ivy l . i . I i;.i:i;
t-i.e is t'iv.-..u:, ;
a lr.t-::c.d, but 1.
s ;:iid w ei ps, b .
. I ; . i r
nio:v;is. :-:.c pr
and ;.ll iLe i-. st
1 B.-.cchi:s and 1
f tht: merry tr".v a e
;:::d Cin e aad t T;.!;. p.
is :dy lo'plea-e or ;.T:ee
. a u;ni l-:;d Iui hint; ti do
smileil, but il
the lords i e;
with l:i:mor, while Arcane
and Niobe liiil
nothing but weep.
Even in Christian times burner is sy vs
hoi hied by the imav'C of a v.. 11 fed monk,
wit ha mw ::s p.i'.rxle as the ftrapi s lro:.i
which his wine u::s p"r -e.l. bold:::,:: i.(s
fat sides, while his bestial and bcsot;ei. lace
is wivat Led v itii suules. I'.ut woman ;
Kid, pathetic woman lu.d eiiln r no appri
ciatioii of humor or was deprhed of the
rihaid feast v.iuih tickled her lord and
master. It was euouyh for her to minister
to his wants and whims; to nurse him in
his illrsi ssand swathe his aching head after
his debauch; lobe a maid, a mot In r, or a
mourner; to pass from the cradle to the
altar, arai from the altar backtothe era:'.:.',
and employ her idle r.iomi u: s at the cii.i;-; 1.
in the sick chamber orchurciiyard. lmieeil
t he whole history of woman from the ear
liest period of which we have any record is
made up of tears ami black MiiG's, likea
succession of silver muls in a coiiin.
The trouble s;-. nid to have been that- she
commenced wron. If Mi ther Eve, fir ex
ample, had had any sense of humor, s .e
would have ta!..-:i no stock ia the serj.eiu s
fetoiy. New Yolk iiecoidcr.
A 'x'tx on X luni.yism.
The l'reuch cl i.rabi r 1. passed a mcis
n re layiuji a tax on ail 1 i veries that is to1
say. any -cut h man or lady who claps what
we ca!K"'livcry" upon au rvaut shall pay
tax of -d francs a ear for each livery w or...
The o poncn'.s i,f tiiebiil i:i France aru tai
dcavoriiiL; to 1. rir.it il into ridicule by iu
si ..: inj; that the chef in his c:ip and the
nuf-e iu her v. Lite apron shall also come
under its provisions, but this will not win.
The .-pint of the bill is all riht. It is p;:t
tii:: a tax on llunkyism. and this h;.s be
Cou.e so conspicuous of late years in what
v.e ell American society that the subject
recommends itself to the attention of our
law fivers. A carriage rollini; along Fifth
uvctiue is liLi ly to contain from one to two
persons in plain attire and lint less than
three men in livery bediyht. New York
John Ilrov.-r:' YVliistlc.
A battered siivi r whistle used by the a'.s
clitionist Jolm Frown to summon his fol
lowers to secret mectiims shortly l-fore
the l ivil war i owned by a cousin of
Colonel Lewis Washinon of Ceoretown,
). C. When Brown was a.'-resti-d and
fcearched, Le tcave up evi rythiiiK else wiil
iuifly, but heKsted leave to retain this. Of
course the request was not granted. The
whistle is said to resemble a louy tailed t;ul
pole with a dorsal fin extending the length
of its IkmIv. What corresponds to the tail
is a slender pipe thromrh which a current
of air is blown flute wise across the hollow
bulb at the end, (jiving a thin yet mellow
sound of peculiar timbre that is very pem
mtins. Residents of Jlarinr's 1-erry said
after the capture that for weeks ln-fore they
hud heard thut whistle,souud at night with
out knowi its meaning. But the ncproes
knew it, and for them it wu-s the euttine
whistle of the underground railway. New
SIXTV YEARS AGO.
The Saint?' Complaint W'na Made Agralust
L.ari;e Ifats at the Theatre
"There is nothing new under. the
sun." Listen to this masculine wail
which was printed in the New York
Mirror, February 12, 1831. Sixty-two,
and its echo is still rebounding- in the
newspapers of to-day:
"The women! They come to the
theatre with hats on their heads big
enough to overshadow a little German
principality. Nobody that has the
misfortune to sit behind one of these
need ever expect to see the stage, or,
indeed, anything- but feathers and
bows, and unpronounceable fripperies.
If they would only keep this, pro
digious concatenation of incongru
ous matter still, it would bo some
thing; one might occasionally get a
peep by moving from s'de to
side, or dodging under the disk of the
prodigious luminary. 15ut this seems
quite impossible the majestic object
is perpetually in motion shaking,
and nidging, and nodding this way
and that; so that all attempts to avoid
it are as futile as those of some unfor
tunate mariner trying to get round
Cape llatteras in a gale. I have such
trials of skill with these hats as would
amaze you, but all in vain. They
form a perpetual screen between me
and the stage, of which I have not had
a full view sinee the invention of these
unbecoming, unladylike appendages.
"Laurence Lonesome. '
LOOK AT THE
SIZE of th" or
Think of r.ll tho
t roe. Me and dis
turbance that it
cr-.tii f s you.
thinj e:ivi"r to
' j take, and easier
I in its ways, if
y' .1 nt the Fame time
'J it did you more
good! Thr.t is fho ens' with Ir. Tierces
lieasant Telle They're tho smallest in
size, tl mi! i -t in fiction, but the most
thorough and lar-r. aehin - in results. They
follow 'nature's meilfls, and they j.-ive help
that lusts. Oms'.i'V'tion. Indigestion, lnliouj
Attacks, Sick and ihl ions Ile.ndaeli' :-.. and all
dt'rar.enn litoof the hr, stomach awl liowels
aro promptly relievo 1 ir.id permanently cured.
" If we can't cure yottr CatatTh. no matter
how had vour cns or of liow lomr st .'Hiding,
we'll pav" von SVK) in eas'i." Th.it is what
i? promisol bv the trotrietors oi Vr. Sa's
Catarrh ltem.slv. l.-sn't it prove, bettor
t'-in anv words e. aid. t::ai. this i-, a remedy
taa i a Camr. ' ' K,ts oiilv r- cents.
liK Ol" IN NEED?
Want n cook
WaM a partner
Want a ftiia'ion
Want to rent rooms
Hani a i-ervait ir'il
Want to fell a farm
Want to I'ell u house
Want to fM'liani'O nnMIiinir
Want tt n'll tioiischold pixuls
Want tomski' any r alest:it I
Want to it trade fcr anytlitiiir
,'. i.ia to lh.d cus'.onic re for anything
VSK TIlKsE 1'OI.UMNS.
r-MK DAII.V AKOl'S DELIVEKEI) ATVOI K
' r-oor everv ere nine for tiSic per week.
'AN'TEl)-l)lMMi OOM U1KI.S AT 8T.
.lames Intel, Davenport. ft':os ft per
WANTKU A G1KI. FOR GESEltAL HOI SK
work, sanation o)M-n .Inly t. Apply to
Mrs. II. 1. Bnrh, 111 Second avenue.
rwcYCi.K fi:ek-th any hoy ok uikl
who will woik f.ir in. No mom t needed,
p'ainp for jiarTb-ii'tirs. Wrile to 1 it-It is I'ut)-;i-hing
Co., 1 li II I Dearborn sine:, l liicajo.
UTaNTED TWO Oil THKKE .tK TO KKi'
resent onr well known hone in i t:e.
flnr men handle five or fix lines of arta-lt s w tiioh
eT:allef u to pav handomc !Ki-s sahirie
ran-e from 5T." to jliS a month, r.eeord'.ni: to ma
tettal in the men. I.. Ij May A: t o., sv Pun.
M inn . rurserynu n, flortfts, seedt-nu ii, teeil po
tatoes, implements, etc.
is the best sVin lotion in nse. It contains no
mineral oroilv substances. Sld liy
THE WARREN BROWN CO.
Koom 15, Ditloe ltlock. Iavenjxrt. corner
Third and Itrady.
( 4 Kiix Medical Irra'.ise eontnirilne min'h infor
mal ion and many valuable receipts free upon ap
plication. Are showinsf
Correct Prices, to which we invite inspection.
Stoe Store 1S04 Seond aTesae
T1IK -QUICK MKAI' is the only
tove having a tank that cannot butafeeu oQ'
for tilling, unless the liarnerii ari tl :sed.
'J'lIK MiriCK M KAI1 is the only
xtove liavini! an mdiiator to show when the
tnirner are unt-L or cloxed.
Till: .'-tiUlt'K MHAL" is the only
dove Imvinc nhiss lubes to slum- the drip
pin;; of ua-o'.ine when die st-v i- in use.
T1IK "tJUR'K MKAL" is the only
stove linvin l)iirneis that cam ol be opeued
farlhur llian lu-cessary.
THi: ' tJl'K Iv MKAL'1 is the only
fove liavins; all par 8 made of material
which caimo". rust.
1G1T) and 1017 Record ilvt-Mie.
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & Martin
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
Cigar Store anBilliarci Parlor.
Always on t-and the fciie't brands of doriestic
and Imported cicars. Alfbtau.ls of tobacco.
The score of all 1 he hail parhef wi'l be received
B I.. OLOCKHOP1, Prop..
1S0S Second Avenu.
all the latest asronues in
Summer Under w;ear,
How about that enit t
wear to the World's
Fair or on y oar summer
jaunts. We are mak
ing liberal discounts
Ladies woolen suits
with eton and bl; zer
jackets; then w- aro
mixtures, checks, etc ,
suitable for traveling
45c and 50c.
We will cloao all ofour
robes in wath goods
this week at uiu.h les
than c st
Brings out the low prices.
ySc ti j.
Fisliinir l'oh-s at
Patent M .-t'oks
H- it j.
ls- anil ti 1 1.
1 lose in- ii i.
Lailics' Siik Mitr
'o- ami ii j.
I il:i Satu'c Kislit's
Call ami see out
V G. YOU.NQ, Proprietor.
1728 Seoond .iv.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic aufl Dispensii Pharmacist
I row 1'icauil in his new building at the corner of F:f.u hv.
and Twenty-third street.
J. F. Roesfiei.u.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters
House Heating ami Sanitary PI mulling.
Largest Clothing and Shoe Stores in Rock Island County.
I Clothing Store 1729 Second Avenue.
Lot 1 Colored roVie.
worth up to $G 95 g a:
Lot 2 Black rot ...
embroidered worlh ij,
to f; ll.no goa',
Excelent values wi
thown this week i-i
Hair i i :
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r ill Ml I ''f- v-ismxi.