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THE AUG US, MOJJDAI, 20,
M AN UFA OTUREBS OF-
Phaetons, Surries, Buggies, Spring and Farm Wagons.
It w ll pay you to call and get our Low Prices
ra,:vry ati 1 Ware rooms on 16th street between 1st and 9d av
Retail Trade peolally solicit d
lsr,. i.irs'cd In hi new shop, !
At 324 Seventeenth Street.
tfL .-n: j&oes a specialty. Opposite the Old stand.
Lame tsacK, xc.
ER, SJHJDEN'S ELECTRIC BUT
Wh Electro Magnetic SUSPENSORY
La t it I'ntrntn: ict improvement!
TTnc:;r- without nwMirlne all rtnltiniffroTO
pr. r-r ix.;t ."t. if druin nrve fonrs; rxrsuBorlniii
it:: n. .. n. rvons debility, letnlwnt'ss, lan pi i or,
rr-i;-'Mt -in. kitiney liver"nnd lilrultlor complnntd,
hr,-'Kk-u. I'lmlMtjo, 8cia.t?n. fill fpinalo ronipiitintf.
-r itt neaith, to. juts eiermc imjic contains
tiirrfa; Iutrnrmrtit ovor oil othor. Oirrtmt la
fc-:-:.tiv f, . itbv wcarvr or wo forfeit JS,0o.oo. and
. ail i't the atMtvo diwaseM or iu iay. Triou-(sr.il-
(..iv. tMii ciirtHl bv thtu marvelous invention
t':.r ail i her r-iutlies fuilpti. and we (rive hUDilrviia
U-4imtni;,!i iu tilts and -virv other tte.
V:r l'-rful Improvs! IILIm'TRU Kl SVr'XCi RY. tho
r-j:r M'ii over oflVrvM w - k men, K K with all
W.. llf tllh aaU Vlrnrus HtrcMlU 4.1 AUAMTKKlk la CO ta
0a. tt i;U for lilu'ti fttiupiiiec nuaul.tHjaieU, ue
SANDEN ELECTRIC CO.
Jin. IGH Nit lie ilJHAOO, X3X-
Wholesale Dealer and Importer of
Wines and Liauors.
161Gnd 1618 Third Av
3 TO 0 DAYS.
fAH ABSOLUTE CURE FOH
lull I HOT flAUSt
i c no pain, no sta;n.I
i T..C Af Al-t OWJOG'STO.
Cuntral Chemical -o.
T H THOMAS Sol" a cent
.:iu u-hitM RneriiintorrhGBai
-.' ....... 1 .luplin re, .bk
ron 'druggist for e bottle of
r : W : I, mi m a n M flATS
without the Rid or publicity of a
cuiirmitwrt not to riiintiire.
77i Vnivtrsal Ammcr.r. tr.
Th3 Evans Chexical Cj
u. s. a.
lite ll jU i
makes no difference what kind. Using
ejeasy and inferior soaps is one road
to premature decay sore hands
sore hearts clothes never cleaii.
Not so when
is used. Cheerfully proceeds the
labor of wash-day with health and
long life assured. Hands all right
hearts light clothes pure and white
as a Greenland snowdrift.
JAS. S. KIRK & CO., Chicago.
Dusty Di.vwml Tar Soap. Mk:dSLMa
A new and Complete Treatment, consisting of
Suppositories, Ointment in Capsuls, also in Box
and Pills; A Positive Cnre for External. Blind or
Bleeding Itching, Chronic. Recent or Hereditary
files, Female weaknesses and m&ny other dis
eases ; it is always a great benefit to the general
health. The first discovery of a medical cnre ren
dering an operation with the knife unnecessary
hereafter. This Remedy has never been known
to fall. II per box. 6 for $5; sent bv mall. Why
snffer from this terriable disease when a written
Guarantee is iwsitivly given with 6 bottles, to re
fund the money if not cured. Send stamp for
free sample. Guarantee lasted byonr agent.
JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS
Acts like made on the Stomach, Liver and Iiw
es: dispels Dyspepsia, Btllonsness, Fever, Colds,
Nervous Disorders, Sleeplessness. Loe of Appetite,
restores the complcction; perfect digestion fol
lows their use. Positive cure for Sick Headache
and Constipation, bmall, mild, easy to take. Large
Vial of SO '"ills 25 cents.
UAKTZ & ULLMKYER Sole Acents Rock lxl
ai ' '
John Volk Sc Co..
HOUSE - BUILDERS.
ijnao Doors Blinds. 8iding, Flo-innu
aad all kinds of wood work for builders
itlahteenth -U ool. Third and Kourtn ave
: the fair's time-3al,l.
How It 'Will l".e U milled and Controlled
iu Its Work.
The five-foot time-ball to be dropped
at the world's fair will be raadj of
canvas on steel frame. It will be
wound up each day to the heig-ht from
which it is to fall, and it will be set
and electrically connected in such a
manner that the breaking1 of the cir
cuit at 12 noon will release it.
The cable by which it will be con
trolled has been laid, connecting
the new observatory with the en
tire "Western Union telegraph sys
tem, the touch of a button at the
Washington end of It instantaneously
transmitting notice of the hour orer
350.000 miles of wire.
When that button speaks the whole
country will listen and the hands of
70000 electric clocks all "over the coun
try will point to the correct minute and
second. There are 7.-O00 such clocks
in New York City alone. All railways,
factories and industries of every kind
pay attention to the signal. Three
minutes before noon each day all
Western Union lines are cleared of
business, every operator takes his fin
ger from the key, circuits are opened
and at the instant when the sun passes
over the seventy-fifth meridian the
spark of intelligence is flashed to all
parts of the country. It requires less
than one-fifth of a second to reach San
The twelve-o'clock signal sent from
Washington indicates 11 a. m. for Chi
cago, 10 a. m. for Omaha and 9 a. m.
for the Facifle coast, the United States
being divided into four perpendicular
strips, and such strip setting its clocks
by the time of the meridian which bi
sects it from north to south. Thus
each strip is only one hour earlier than
the next strip to the east.
Bow Our Foreign Frlendi Spore Mora
Convenient Xaniea ta America"
The other dsy the New York papers
contained a list of the people in that
state who had had their names changed
in the year It is a rather cruel
thing to da, to publish such a list, al
most as cruel as the Chicago papers'
way of publishing the names and ages
of all the persons to whom marriage
licenses arts granted. In Massachu
setts neither barbarous custom pre
vails. Isaac Snooks gets his name
changed to Arthur St. Clair, and young
Mr. ISumpkin, aged 2.1, takes out a
license to marry Miss j:io;lgrass. aged
33, and the great general public has
no opportunity to amuse itself with
either. The New York changes are
amusing, to sa- the least. There
seems to have been a great rush on
the part of Polish Jews to ob
tain lawfully names which are
less revelatory of their nation
than their original patronymics. Thus
Peter tirolinski becomes Peter Gordon;
Wolf Cidkowsky becomes William
j Snyder: Samuel Dolrocyriski becomes
hamucl Davis, and the tauersig fam
ily .seize upon and carry off the hon
orable name of Seymour. Other
changes are evidently made for the
purpose of getting rid of a name that
people have made fun of, as when Jos
ephine Hetty (iinger became Josephine
Hetty Orr, and Johannes Hell becomes
John HilL Emil Namzzynowsky prob
ably was not ashamed of his name, for
he had no hankerings to become a Gor
don or a Seymour: he'simply wanted a
name that somebody could pronounce,
and shortened himself up to Emil
THE SAFEST CARS.
Titos Who Travel Most Always IJk
the Heaviest Ones.
Every commercial traveller has an
opinion of his own as to that position
which makes a car the safest one in
a train. Some of them hold that it is
the one next the baggage car; the
majority maintain that the center of
the train is the least dangerous, while
there are still individuals, in the
minority, to be sure, who favor the
The-' opinions have been gained in
many instances from practical ex
periences in railroad wrecks, which
are. of course, by no means infrequent
in certain sections of the country. As
such they arc entitletl to consideration,
but the dissimilar views really go to
show that the position of a car in a
train as regards its greater or less
safety is a matter of speculation only.
Upon one matter, however, all the
traveling men agree, and that is that
no matter what tfce position of the car
is, the safest ones of all are the heavy
sleeping, parlor, buffet cars and tha
.like. They are commonly referred to
by the drummers "as better than an
accident policy." There is every rea
son for the holding this favorable
opinion of these cars. Their heavier
frames and trucks render their tele
scoping a difficult matter, and they are
less likely to leave the rails in a time
of a collision than other cars in conse
quence of their greater weight.
What Medical Science Wnuts.
Not only was Dr. Sharp the best sur
geon in the state, but, best of all, he
was young and eligible. It nas then
not to be wondered at lhat he wai par
ticularly liked by fond mammas with
marriageable daughters, and still less
a cause for wonder that he considered
himself as always on the defensive.
One afternoon at a tea given by Mrs.
Bicker for her eldest daughter, his
hostess remarked -with flattering in
terest: "It must require great presence
of mind in your profession, doctor.
Now supposing .a man should fall out
of a balloon, what would you do first?"
Vaii for him to come down,'' he re
Ills Preparatory rchooL
A colored boy, called as a witness
before a court-martial, was asked by
the judge-advocate if he understood
what an oath wac The witness re
plied: "Yas, sah! I reckon I does.
I'se tyeen waitin' at the officers meu
most sis months."
FROM AN OLD CABINET.
Some Quaint Recipes Handed Den
From the Eighteenth Century.
They had excellent dishes in the
eighteenth century, methinks, where
'nothing was stinted in the way of
generous adjuncts. The stewing of a
carp required "three half-pints of
good port wine." Haunch of venison,
Jugged hare, mock turtle, and every
6tew and hash demanded their liba
tions of wine. Some of the sauces are
worthy Of note, such as vine-leaf
Sauce w-ith . roast pigeon; but who
wants now to make frumenty, mead,
shrub or carnation sirup? There is
In this same book the recipe of a
sauce which by some other name for
its Own is too shocking might prove,
ft tried, a rival to that of the "deceas
ed Worcestershire nobleman." It is
called "Qnin's Blood" and i simply as
follows: "Take two dozen of ancho
vies, two dozen of shalots, a pint of
walnut pickle, a pint of mushroom
pickle, a pint of port wine and one
teaspoonful of cayenne pepper; boil it
together, strain it off and bottle for
Was the name-giver of this sauce, I
wonder, Quin, the actor Who taught
George III. elocution, and who, when
he heard that the monarch had deliv
ered his first speech from the throne
ery gracefully, exclaimed: "Ay, it
was I who taught the boy to speak."
Poor boy! they had not taught him
much in his young days, as be had
good cause to feel afterward. Quin
lived some years in Bath and died
there rn 17C6. That town being the
social capital of the West and the
center of fashion, the country ladies
went there to remodel their clothes
and pick up such novelties as they
could find in culinary and other recipes,
and most probably this one came from
A prescription for a cough accom
panied by weakness ends up with the
injunction that the patient should "bo
merry and keep from sad apprehen
sions." Thlsrecommendation evidently
suggested the insertion of a doggerel
"Joy nnd temperance ;ind repose
Slum the door on the doctor's nose."
S:ih siu and 8inn-r.
.t 'rouble" the einncrfind troub es the sant,
I 's a troublesome, tr; inj si. nus c.ruHlint,
L n't think it incurable ; I tell j on it ;n't.
Kscnse the grammar; it's tc turn I'm ufter.
whjther ramaiiciil!y or ; ii r:i mua ly o'd.
Tl-e truth i. that catarrh can be cure', 'lie
pr prktors of Lr. sajre'n Cutnrra Itcmcdy offer
i50il for an incurable ca?e .f catarrh in the
1 h : sympton s f catarrh: Headache. oh:-trnr-tion
of the nose, li-char;c fall ng- !nto tie
thr at. Sometimes profuse, w .tery and aer d at
oth-is. thiik, tenacious tuuciu-. lutu'ont,
l oi d. putrid and offeisive. w -ak eyes, rintir g
in the urs, diafners: offensive br.ah, lell
mil ta-te impaired, tn 1 cti:erai debil.ty. Only
af. ivcfihese cymptoin likely n b; present tt
once. nr. se's Remedy cures the wotst cases.
Only 50 cents. Sold by druggists everywhera.
Kxrursiim Kates VOurtli of July, 1 .x;3.
July " and 1. C, M. & St. P. rail
way will sell excursion tickets for
one and one-third fare for round trip
rood to return Julv .5. for anv dis
tance not to exceed 200 miles. No
extension of time granted on these
tickets. K. D. W .""Holmes, A;eiit.
Fits All fits stopped free by I)r
Kline's Great Nen c Restorer. "o
fits after the first day's use. Marvel
ous cures. Treaise and 2 trial bot
tle free to tit cases. Send to I)r
Kline. 931 Arch street. Philadelphia",
Pa For sale by all druejists: call
fxiogus wnite ieaa
would have no
sale did it not
ttfTorrl makers a larger orofit than
Strictly Pure White Lead.
The wise mas is never persuaded to
bay paint that is said to be "just as
good " or " better " than
Th;: market is flooded with spurious
white leads. The following analyses,
jr.ade by eminent chemists, of two of
these misleading brands show the
exact proportion of genuine white lead
tucy contain :
"Standard Lead Co. Strictly Pure White
Lead. St. Louis."
materials lroportioua Analyzed by
r-orvte r'.).i er cent. Kegis t'bauvenct
()i;!e of Zinc 31.1K prr cent. &, liro..
White Lead 0.40 per cent. St. Louis.
Less than 7 per cent, white lead.
' Pacific Warranted Pure A White Lead."
Materials Proportions Aualyzcd by
Sulphate of Lead 4. IS per cent. Lodoux & Co.,
Oxide of Zinc 45.04 per cent. New York.
Uarytcs WMW per cent.
Nc white lead in it.
You can avoid bogus lead by pur--hasing
any of the following brands.
They are manufactured by the "Old
Dutch" process, and are the standards:
" Southern" " Red Seal "
"Collier" " Shipman"
For iale by the most reliable dcclera in
If you are going to paint, it will pay you
to send to us Tor a book containing informa
tion that may save you many a dollar; it will
only cost you a postal card to do so.
NATIONAL LEAD CO.,
1 Broadway, New York
tat and Fifteenth Streets.
House Raising and Moving-
SATISFACTION GJL'A 1!ANTEEI.
liaising brickbuildinps especially
Address E. A- ROUNDS.
1515 Seventh Avenue. Box 131
Cor. Michigan Ave. and Monroe St. CHICAGO.
THOROUGH INSTRUCTION. CMUS BOAROING.
& gg W W a a.
iVs.. s, .f Mj
for Infants and Children.
, BCTiHlKT Y yean-s' observation of Cmatorlat with the patronage of
II millions of persons, permit oa to speak of it without goesslng.
It ia mgnestjonttbly the best remedy for Infants avnd Children
the world hava over known. It ia harmless. Children like it. It
gives- them health. It will save their Uvea. In it Mothers) laawo,
something which is absolutely safe and practically perfect as o,
Castoria destroys VAmm.
Caatoria, allaya reveriahness.
Castoria prevents vomiting Sonr Cord,
Caatoria enres Piarrhoaa and "Wind Colio.
Castoria relieves Teething Trophies. .
Castoria enres Constipation and riatnlency.
Castoria neutralise the effects of carbonic acid gas or poiaonons air.
Caatoria does not contain morphine, opinm, or other narcotic property.
Caatoria aa-ftca the food, regulate the stomach and howcla,
giving healthy and natnral sleep.
Castoria is pnt np in one-sise bottles only. It is not sold in ihnlh.
Don't allow any one to sell yon anything else on the plea or promiao
that it isjnat as good and " will answer every pnrpose.
See that yon sret C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A.
Children Cry for
THtl MOLINS WAGON,
Manufacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A full and complete line of Platform and other Spring VY aeons, especially aaaptea to tbs
v entcrn trade, of superior workmanshlo aid fin 1st Illustrated Price last free on
avt'iication. See the MOLINK WAGOfi before purchasing.
Heating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A complete Iin ; fipe. Braes Goods, Packiug Ho&e.
Fire Brick Etc. L.-araest nd bear equipped
establishment weal of Chicago.
DA Vl tJJL,U;ii. Molina, HI.
Fvryihing iu thn line of spring vehicles, and the
largest assortment of
Harness, Laprobes, Whips, Etc.,
Mason's Carriage Works,
East Fourth Street. - - DAVENPORT, IOWA.
'"A. HAND SAW IS A GOOD THING, BUT NOT TO
IS THE PROPER THING
1 ELY'S CREAM BALM-fl" the Nasal
Passage. Allays fain suil Inflammation, Heals
the tSores, Keatorea Taste anrt rmell. and Cures
Cilves KeUef at once fur Cold in liea
Avpfy into the KottriU.
50c lruggusta or by mail.
1 12. 1 14 West Seventeenth Bt.
Telephone 1148. Kocklalane.
It i (utrldy Abmrbea.
Lx SliOS., 6 Warran St, . X