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THE ATaGUS, TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 18!):.
' tlmor, of K.lirinilton, was
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in- b:ir"-ains all ims uin -v-
Fourtli avenue sunt" mi"
1 Winner lawn
mowers at t lie Columbia.
' Ladies-shoes this week, OS cents,
at Fourth avenue shoo store.
The Columbia is the place where
they are lui.vinr their lawn mowers.
(I. V. Hammond, of Beatrice.
Xeb., is visititiir with friends in the
John MeCandless, of Orion, was
anion-; the pallors at Tiik Aiita solbce
Bargains in shoes this week at the
Fourth avenue shoe store. 1501
Don't miss the sale this week at
the Fourth avenue shoe store: big
bargains for yon.
Mr. ami Mrs. M. Murray, of Phila
delphia, are visiting at the residence
of Mrs. B. Breheny.
Miss Zadie lleitharends and Miss
Francis Oswald leave for Colorado
Springs this evening. .
Best bargains ever offered in shoes,
this week at Fourth avenue shoe
store, 1501 Fourth avenue.
Picnic tomorrow by the Herman
Lutheran church at Hincher's gar
den. Concert in the evening.
The annual picnic of Trinity par
ish will be held tomorrow at the old
toboggan slide Watch Tower.
Men's solid working slioes, OS
cents, all this week at' the Fourth
avenue shoe store. 1501 Fourth ave
nue. William Xevins and OlotT Atkinson
have returned from Dubuque, having
completed their paving contract
George Kaltenbach has returned
from St. Stephen's college. An non
dale, N". Y... to spend his summer va
cation. SheritT C. D. Gordon returned this
morning from the the mines of the
Kock Island Gold Mining company in
Ben K. Hall left yesterday tor Chi
cago anl will hereafter be found hov
ering near t he register of the Conti
The duly meeting of the Daven
port Mile Track association, will In
held July 11-11. There are to be
three races each day for a total purse
of $0. ooo.
Mrs. K. D. Warned, who ha been
visiting at the residence of Manager
Winchester, of the Postal Telegraph
company, left for her home in Syca
more, III., today.
Mrs. John Lear v. living on Kim
street, received word yesterday that
her sister. Sister Mary S'arber
tine, of St. Joseph's convent. Du
buque, was lying at the point of
KdrN'anee. of this city, and George
Cooper, of Moline. shot o!T their tie
at the shooting gallery last night.
It was a tie from last Wednesday
night and Nance won t he handsome
cane by V- to Cooper's 31.
The choirs "and ushers of the Cath
olic churches of Davenport are en
jo ving a picnic, at Black Hawk's
Tower today Two carloads of the
young people were brought right
through from Davenport to the
The locked out carpenters received
another installment of the benefits
from the Brotherhood of Carpenters
ami Joiners this morning. There
has been no change in the situation
during the past few days, though
movements are again being made
looking to the bringing about of a
Settlement of the difficulties.
Mrs. lh ard. Latlin died of puepe
ral fever at her home in Bowling
town-hip last Thursday. The fu
neral occurred from the bereaved
home to Chippianiiock cemetery on
Saturday, the funeral services being
conducted bv ltev. W. B. McKee. of
Milan, and Kev. Johnson, of Kdging
ton. Deceased f survive 1 by a hus
band and a little son 5 years old.
The Seven Day A Ie:tists have ar
ranged to hold preaching vertices in
a tent which has been provided for
the purpose at the corner of l'onth
avenue and T on ly-socond street,
commencing tomorrow, evening and
continuing each evening thereafter.
Children' services will be held Tues
days. Thursdays and Sundays at 4
p. "ni. The "preachers are L. D.
Sandee. of Princeville, and E. A.
Merrill, of Bloomington.
Kheumiliim Cured in a Day
"Mvstic Cnr" rheumatism and
neuralgia radically cures iu one to
three daya. Its action upon the ays
teni is remarkable and mysterious.
It removes at once the cause and the
disease immediately disappears. The
first dose greatly benefits 75 cents.
Otto Gkotjan, Druggist,
Li U '
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder, No Ammonia; No Alum
-used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
The llnn -'f Celebration at Hluik Hawk
The only Fourth of July celebra
tion of any importance to be held
hereabouts this year, will beat Black
Hawk Tower, where we are prom
ised one of the most popular demon
strations that the people of
the three cities have ever been
given opportunity ' to enjoy.
It will be somewhat of the
good old fashioned sort in the way of
sports many and diversified, while
there will also be plenty of good mu
sic all day for dancing, Otto's foil
band having been engaged, and t:.c:e
will be balloon ascensions in the
morning and afternoon, with day iite
works in the afternoon and a brilliant
display at night, including set pieces,
tire balloons, etc.
WAS A COOL SCOUNDREL.
A Hank at Moorliead, Minn., Robbed of
Minneapolis, 'June 2". A Moot-head,
Minn., special to. the Journal says: A man
presented himself at the cashier's widow
of the Merchants National bank, pointed a
revolver at the head of Assistant Cashier
Van VHssengen and lcmandHl the money,
which was refused. The cashier then went
to the door and as ho did so the robler fol
lowed him tip outside the railing and com
pelled him at the point of the revolver to
walk back and izive him the money lying
on the desks. The cashier told him to
take it. The roblier grahlert alout $2,000.
jumped into a bugjry and drove rapidly
down a lmck street to the Jay Cooke
stable and tied to the river, which he
swam. Jieleft40 in Kold in the buggy.
A large posse is scouring the woods on
both sides of the river for him.
A suit by Mrs. Henry K Dixc-y against
that iHipular actor puts him in an exceed
ingly lad light as a husband.
Dr. Cornelius Herz, who was very deep
in the Panama canal scandal but escaiod
to Kngland, has passed out of the jurisdic
tion of earthly courts, having died at
It was John Fitzthum not Fitzsimmons
who was shix-ked to death at Auburn
prison, X. Y.
Doc Middlcton is out of the cowboy race
The women clerks in the departments at
Washington have raised $1,(H0 to build
a statue to V. K. Spinner, who was the
pioneer advocate of their employment iu
nat ional of I ices.
A Tact una man named Ijce is now in
the east looking for a man who will take
SI. Oi M or so for one of his arms, which Lee
proposes to graft on his own stump.
Miss Julia Force is on trial at Atlanta
for the cruel murder of her two younger
sisters in February last.
Herman Kulierts. aged 11. at Silver
Plume, Colo., tried to rob the safe of his
employer, and 'oeing caught attempted to
escape, fell over a cliff and was fatally
Surgeon General Wynsau has no fear of
a cholera epidemic in the United States
this summer, and has hopes the country
may entirely escape the plague.
The Viking ship is now en route from
Xew York to Chicago, coming on the Erie
President Cleveland has accepted an in
vitation to attend t he centennial celebra
tion of Williams College at Williamstown,
Mass., Oct. 1.
i A young man who wanted a license to
get married had to confess to the clerk of
the court at Kansas City that he did not
know his intended wife's surname.
Fire at Minneapolis destroyed the Bas
sett planing mill, the Clayton & Ifassett
plow factory, and the liidwell rendering
works. Loss, .s-.V),(ioo, with but light insur
ance. William Waldorf Astor has been elected
a memlier of the Marlborough club on the
proposal of the Prince of Wales.
Among the notables attending the Chi
cago fair now are Senator Spoouer, Secre
tary Uresham and John Jacob Astor.
Garden City, Kan., has a coterie of twen
ty women who appear on the streets in
blouse waists and dichotomous skirts.
Michel de Bernoir, who achieved great
ness some time ago by walking from St.
Petersburg to Paris, is studying English
preparatory to a pedestrian tour through
The mansion hotiM- ulUT lunds ;::e a
fpitial i'c::fi;-e of I.oii. help for dis
tress in any part of the world. Um ing the
past 'JU vears v"!o..v;!,,Ut; has been received
for such purposes by ditlt rent hud mayors.
A Sail A akeliluc:
""VUen in the ilark, on tliy soft hand I liiins?.
A ii ! htard the tiimpUnit syren of thy.touiie
WUit llainew- wn-: uaits what anguish 1 II
lure!, I' tit when the cantTe entered I wan cured!"
Such complexions as to many of our young
ladies j oce dul pimply, and covered with
rores and blackheads, ie tnoasli to cool the ardor
of the warmcxt lover. To such young ladies we
would pay. that yon can never have a soft, fair,
tntooth, attraniv. , kieeable complexion, un'ess
your blood is healthy and pure, for the condition
of the blood decides the complexion. Ir.
Hierce's Golden Medical Dissovery will purify
your blood, tone up ) our system, and drive away
thos distressing headaches and backaches, from
which you suffer peri idicai'.y. and gie job. a
complt xion a lily or rose leaf mieht envy,
l or the Fourth.
From now until the Fourth of July
we will offer stylish trimmed hats at
lower prices than was ever known
I before. lour cnoice 01 over vv
beautiful hats in three lots at 97c,
! $1.37 and f 2.87. The finer ones are
reduced more than naif.
J. J. Dunham,
04 M. A. liodman to C. A. Leyda,
part lots 13 and 14, Halo's add., Kock
J. A. Wretman to Christian Bjorn
dahl. lot 13, Eklund's subdiv., vi sej
scj C, 17. lw, too.
J. X. Kklund to John Leaf, lot 12,
Eklund's sub div., wj sej sej G, 17,
Moline Malleable Iron Co. to il
liamst White & Co., lots 3 and 12,
block 0, Pittr, Gilbert & Pitts' second
add., Moline, $1,600.
20 Estate of John Wixon. Execu
tor's report filed.
Estate of Jane O. Philleo. Execu
tor's report lilcd and approved.
Telephone, telegraph, and kindred
electrical messengers will be utilized
by the orders for Sozodont, which
will be Hashed and sounded over the
wires. It is as well known abroad as
at homo, as a cleansing agent for the
l-'ourtli of July Olebratlou.
For the Fourth of July, the'Bur
lington. Cedar Kapids V Xorthern
railway will sell excursion tickets be
tween all points on its line at a very
low rate. Tickets on sale July 3d
and 4th. good to return on or before
July 5th, 1VJ3. For further, infor
mation call on or address any agent
of this company.
J. E. llAXSKUAN,
Gen. Tkt. & Pass. Agt
out of many,
are better man
1. They're the
easiest to take
that every child takes readily.
2. They're pertcctly easy in their
action no gripl.is. no disturbance.
3. Their effects laxt. There's no
reaction afterwards. They regulate or
cleanse the system, according to size
4. They're tho cheapest, for they're
guaranteed to give satisfaction, or your
money is returned. You pay only for
the good you get.
5. Put up in glas are always fresh.
0 T!icywrf' Constipation, Indiges
tion Kiiio'is A ::.':. Sick or P.ilious
Ilea. laches and all derangements of the
liver, stomach and bowels.
RK Ot: IX MEED?
Want mom V
Wnnt ll conk
Want a partner
Want a snuu'ion
Want to rent rooms
Want a servant Ctrl
Want to sell a farm
Wnnt to s-'ll a hon-e
Want to exchange nmtMnjr
Want t fell housi hold pcxxls
Want to make any re al estate loans
Want to s-.'ll or trade frr anythins
Want to find customers for anything
usk these columns,
he daily akqis delivered atyoub
door evcrr eT-cnins for li4c per week.
oST A VLISK. BETWEEN SKVES
IJ teenth and Nintteetth streets anil the river
Finder will be rewarded at M. Jt K. clo hing store.
BICYCLE f REE TO ANY BOY Ori O'Rl
who will work (or in. No money needed .
stamp for particulars. Write to Tit U ts Pub
lishing Co., 11-2-114 Dearborn street. thicag.
WANTEO TWO OR THREE MKTOKEP
resent our well known house in ' i ' -t ee.
Onr men handle five or six lines of articles which
enables us to pay handsome wages salaries
range from STj to JliO a month, according to ma
terial in the men. L. L. May A Co., St. P on.
Minn , nurserymen, flortsts, euedsmen, seed po
tatoes, implements, etc.
Is the best skin lotion in nse. It contains no
mineral or oily substances. Sold by
THE WARREN BROWN CO.
Koom 15, Dirtoe Illock, Davenport, comer
Third and Urady.
i'-A jmire Medical treatise eotuainlnir much infor
mation and many valuable receipts free upon up
Correct Prices, to which we
Shoe Store 104 Second avenue
I irsw 'i at- .Kii(v..tlWn I
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
Move having a tank that cannot be taken off
for filling, nnluss the burner ars drsca.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove having an mdicitor to show when the
burner are outn or closed.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove bavinir glass tubes to show the drip
ping of ea-oliue when the at jV - is in use.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove having bornefs tLat cum 1 1 be opened
farther than necessity.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove having all par's made of material
which canno1. rest.
1615 and 1617 Secoi.d Avenue.
1S15 Second Ave.
Koester & Martin
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the nneet brands of domestic
and imported cigars. AH brands of tobacco.
The core of all the ball game wi'l be received
L. OLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1S08 fecord Avenue.
all the latest agonies in
Hot Weather Clothing.
Hot ff ealher Goods.
Hr are eome tempting
As good as usually sold for
L aDIEs' R BBKD VESlS
As od as is usually sold
J)2 in. would be cheip
enough at 12)2c, for
Brings out the low prices.
Fisliinj; Tolcs at
Patftit Mop sticks
lc ami up.
C'liililrt ti's Hlack
IlllM' .V 11 p.
l.a!ics" Siik Mit.
2ic an! up.
(ilass Sam-c Disln
lr -:n li.
Call and see our
,S.rc to tine.
K ii. YOUNG, Proprietor
172S Second iv,
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic aufl Dispensing Pharmacist
Is row loca d id his buildine at the corner of Fifth ttvcuue
and Twentyihird street.
J. F. Eo-esfielu. ToJtI!o-tNriE:i.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitter
House Heating and Sanitary Pl'.tmbino-.
Largest Clothing and Shoe Stores in Rock Island County.
Clothin Store 1729 Second Avenue.
Hoi Weather Goods.
NEW PONGEES -Iu
dark grcu' d,
Ext a v. lue3 jfl
Table Lin -!:',
By getting first-claee gooes
at lowest prices.
Hair f"rinip r
lMc pkjr. VI 1' -
Cans. A Nolpl.v lin
vt rv clu'iiii.
( il Soap
La-lies- r.. !t
l'rni;i ;"e up.
2:! Tuenti. tii str.