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THE AltliUS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1833.
IS THE TIME
To Buy That
I We hive the finest line of
grains ana mattings in the three cities,
,i,v :liut Ko lnvm Smtos and Parlor Suites? We arc head-.jii.itt.'r.-
for these goods. We arc showing a very fine line of
F. CURTAINS, also onr line of CHENILLE CURTAINS
m never been bett9r, and don't fail to see our
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Fini-t in the worM ami only $3.Ci) can bo used n a mult his: frame'
W. S. HOLBROOK,
10?, ir, 10? E. roTVi. Street, D vV Ni ST. (A.
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Sustain Home industry
Calling' for Rock Island
Brewing" Go,, Beer.
The Best Beer Made,
On Tap everywhere.
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, I.
H uber's City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's
Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's
Bottling Works, his one of the most complete
Brewing establishments including Bottling de
partment in the country. The product is the
very best. Beer is bottled at the brewery and
delivered to any part of the tri-cities, and may
be ordered direct from the head offices on Mo
line avenue by Telephone.
from those that purchased a pair of our
World's Fair Shoes:
we are enjoying the Fair immense!?'. Your ehoes
give ti9 great comfort. We are able to wal all day
and not suffer the slightest incemvenieroe The? ar
indespensib'.e to u?.
MORAL Be eura and get a pair before starting on
n pleasure trip anl remember that we spial at-
' ntion to
J?TT1V'LT$& THE. FOOT.
Second and Harrison Sts., DaTenptfrt.
r trv 11 1 1 lit
Brussels, Tapestry, In-
1803 Second Avenue;
Go to the Tower on the Fourth.
Go to Black Hawk Tower on the
Iry ice cream soda at Krell &
Music all day at the Tower on the
Cream served with ieverv srlass of
soda at Krell & Math's.
Phosphates that do you
drink at Krell & Math's".
rireworKs aiiernoon ana evening:
at the Tower on the Fourth.
I he only Fourth of Julv celebra
tion will be at Black Hawk Tower.
J ne annual piome of lrinity par-
lsn is neinp; Hem at the old toboggan
near the lower today.
We serve pure fruit juice and crys
tal spring water in our soda. Re
member this and trv Krell & Math's
The second of the series of concerts
given by Otto's band takes place to
morrow evening at llinclier s Kim
' Rock Island most decidedly leads
Davenport on the ornamentation of
its parks, and the interest manifested
bo the people in beautifying them.
Although that eitv spent thousands
of dollars in grading and prelimi
nary work, still the ornamentation
of the parks are free gifts of the Rock
Island people. Everybody in Daven
port has seen the beautiful Spencer
square, with its statues, vases and
ornaments of nil kinds. Now that
that square has been brought to the
acme of perfection, (Jarnsey square
in the lower end nof that city, is
receiving attention? Davenport
The Illinois weather bureau fur
nishes a bulletin which states that
corn is reported as having made ex
cellent growth, is generally clean!
and in many localities has been cul
tivated the second time. The eorre-
pondent at Carlin ville. Macoupin
county, states that the heavy rains
of the 24th and 25 th did considerable
damage to this crop on low ground.
Wheat harvesting is progressing in
the southern counties, but has been
retarded somewhat by rain: in the
central counties wheat will be ready
to harvest by July 4. The wheat
standing now presents a more favor
able prospect for a crop, in many of
the central and northern counties,
than was anticipated earlier in 'the
season. Rust, scab and smut is re
ported in some sections. Oats arc
in tine condition and ripening fast:
at Kirlwood. Warren county, some
fields were badly lodged by the heavy
rain and wind of the 21st. Clover
hav cutting is progressing through
out the state, and in many of the
southern counties is finished. Rota
toes are doing well and in some sec
tions being dug. Tomatoes' are
ripening fast, and in some localities
are being marketed. Fruits of all
kinds will be light. Meadows ami
pastures are still in tine condition.
but complaints of injury by worms
are still received.
A Sl A wakrniiiR!
When in the dark, on thy soft hand I hunsr.
And heard the tempting syren of thy tons-e
Wht flames- h: Aa:t whst anguish I en
But whenthi cmd'e entered I was cnr. d!"
Such complexions as o n any ot our yonng
ladies i ossess (Jul', pimply, and covered with
tores and blackheads, i? inoneli to cool tha ardor
of the warmest lover. To sneli yonns; Indies we
would say, that yon can never hve a soft, fair.
smooth, altra tiv. , btssalile complexion, r.n ess
yonr blood is h al'hj and pure, f.r the condition
of the blood decides the complexion. Or.
I'ierce's Golden Medical D.s;overy will purify
yonr blood, tone up your vstem, and drive away
"ihesi distiesMnsr headaches and backaches, from
wnich yon suffer peri wile ly, a:id srivo you u
complexion a lily or rose leaf nii.ht envy.
Fourth of ,lulj- t'rls-1 r.ilion..
For the Fourth of July, the Bur
lington, Cedar Rapids & Northern
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
Julv 5th, lX'JS. For further infor
mation call on or address any agent
of this company.
J. K. HANNF.C.AN',
Oen. Tkt. & Pass. Agt
(iranil Excursion to Peoria.
The Ciirmnn Catholic societies will
have an excursion to IVoria to attend
e first state convention on Sunday,
July 9. Round trip tickets ?1..V.
Tickets can be had at (Jeorge Koenig
saeker's store. Adam Klotz's book
store Chris Naab's butcher shop, and
, . . , i ... i . . . i . . i . .
lolly tros. snoc sioie. j'.teij imm
I was troubled with catarrh for
seven years previous to commencing
the use oi wv ream uauu. n ua
done for nic what other so-called
cures have failed to do cured me.
The effect of the Balm seemed mag
ical. Clarence L. Huff, Biddeford,
After trying many remedies for ca
tarrh during the past 12 years, I
tried Ely's Cream Balm with com
plete success. It is over .one, year
since I stopped using it, and have
had no return of eatarrlu ' I recom
mend it to all my friends. Milton
T Palm. Reading" Fa
Fits All fits stopped free by Dr
Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. No
fits after the first day's use. Marvel
ous cures. Trcaise'and $2 trial bot
tie free to fit cases. Send to Dr
Kline, 931 Arch street, Philadelphia
Pa For 6ale by 11 druggists; call
Cholera in the Tyne.
JjOSVOS, June 27. A sailor belonging to
the crew of a steamer which arrived in the
Tyne from Nantes, capitol of the depart
ment of Loire-Inferieure, France, has died
Joslin, June 27 -Oleomargerine
is composed of oil and different kinds
of fats, and the microscope shows it
to bo full of impurities, which make
it a very unlit and unhealthy article
of diet. Yet, it is so doctored by
chemicals that for both taste and
color it can scarcely be told from the
genuine article, unless it stands for
a time in a hot kitchen. There is de
ception on the face of it, and it should
he deal t0i i tli as are other articles of
impure and adulterated food. Why
do we allow such stuff to have free
sale, and prosecute the poor milk
man if he sells milk below a certain
standard of richness? Millions of
pounds of it are now put upon the
market, which is not only an imposi
tion upon the consumer, but it is a
great injustice to the honest dairy
man who makes a gilt-edged article
from pure milk as it is drawn from
Mr. Janiicson, W-. II Sheppard's
son-in-law, and his wife with two
children, are out from Colorado to
visit with their parents. They have
Le?n to the World's fair, and called
here to visit on their way home.
Mr. Janiicson is an artist.
The terms of our country schools
are coming to a close. The Joslin
school. Miss llobart, teacher, finished
with a picnic in the grove, and the
term at Willow Vale, Miss Dillon,
teacher, will be completed on
The Woodmen and the Forum are
intending to join their fores on the
Fourth of July in the grove near
Joslin. Tin-re will be some speech
making. Rev. Mr.Ilick's prognostications for
lH'Jo, are heavy down pours of rain
and lloodj near the sea coast, and
yery dry in the interior.
William Whiteside and his daugh
ter. Maggie, returned from the fair
on Tuesday. They say everybody
should see it .
Dr. Reiter, of Osborn, is contem
plating a visit to Chicago and the
lair; likewise (iregorv Brown and
The pleasant effect and perfect
safety with which ladies may use the
California liquid laxative. Syrup of
l igs, under all conditions, makes it
their favorite remedy. To get the
true ami genuine article, look for the
na.me of the California Fig Syrup
company, printed near the bottom of
Kjrnr:o'i Kites I 'our til of .Inly, I S'lli.
July :? and 4. C, M. - St." P. rail
way will sell excursion tickets lor
one and one-third fare for round trip
good to return July 5, for any dis
tance not to exceed 2.1 miles. No
extcntion of time granted on these
ticket-. K. D. W. Holmes, Agent.
gAJHLiX W. tiltlili.NL, Melrupoin, 1U.
Liver Corepfcirjt Com
pletely Cured Sy
The Only Rrinrdy which did any Good.
Metropolis, III., April 5.
I hnxc been troubled with liunr nm.
Plaint tor twelve vctirs. I tried one twii-
tlu of Kickanoo Indian Saoui.i un.l
it did inc rrcn.t piml. A tdhrht iH-ctircnco
Of my trouble Una caused me to i.nr li:io
nnoti-.er bottle, mul the results :ire o jvrat
ifyhiK Hint I have bought five bottles iiHro
and nm satisfied of bein; CC-"DplCtely
CUrod. It is the only me lli iiu" 1 Unvo
ever found which would io :-ny iro.nl.
S.Vil't:t. -V. til'MFXE.
KICKAPOO INCiAN SACIVA.
$1 per Bct!!o, C ior $5.
Cold bt all Plalkks in Mr.T t ::,-ES.
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Corne Cottm Hrov - tvenne an't Sutty f.enth
. Bine-. mly 5 minutes from worldv lair.
Superior tliiiug torm; elevcti d tailr ml.
Nowoiwn. I!uUi moileratc European.
Wm X. TBLorsi!. Snjt.
Kroad way. Cor. Prince St . New York ii
Reiitied ni renovated under new m-nn-jemrnt,
on Opte Kaiopenn pln.
K.Mim rates $1 day and npwird.
Ketnrait eqnal to the be-t ' the nir t mod
Ptrect ears from all R. B. stations and neam
boat and fe.-ry landing! pas the door .
BILDRB rn A ALLEN. Tp.
Vorlds Fair. Chicaco.
Calumet Arenne and 29th Street.
inTPI Fireproof; S8M ruoms! near t"atr
II U I KL UrouDdv: baths on every floor.
American and European Plana.
RRMnnfll-Tlo-alay. First-cl-ss family
uAiibliUr I noteU Wrtte-orciroul-x.
WORLD'SIThe PULLMAN HOTEL
UVUliU Ul 3jn Su ad Washinfpon Ave
Clin ITbree blocks from main entrance.
EJll-lf I Best of R.R. and at et'car nervice.
val VQUUIpersotu Write foe circular.
Beginning Monday Morning
We will make special prices on
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We have a l irge stock of all sizes. Now is the
time to buy these' goods. We will sell you an
822 Stove for 818.
825 Stove lor 820.
A necessary article should be found in every
house. They are not expensive, besides we give
you credit without extra charge.
Be i Room Sui's.
Tatlfs and Ji'air?.
Bir Asn"i tititnt.
srEClAL Wo Invc a fow Mislit
Take :i lnnlc at thorn.
Easy Payments No extra charges
GHAS. A. MEGK,
322 Brady Street, Davenporr. Iowa.
JSUplioJntriu'.; of si Uinis to order.
- eat hrs renv;itd sliorc notice.
Notice Aftor July 1 i-turo will clo?e at ::5: p. ni. Saturday at 10 p. m.
In Oxfords and Fine Shoes.
Too manv summer shoes for the time of
year. Cheap prices will move them. Be in
time, and get a BARGAIN.
Ladies Russia, Tan Iilnchcr's. 1 Creoles Finest Russia Calf
Stylish. Were 5.5'. Now $3
White Canvas Oxfords. Kid
Tip and trimmed. Were $2.5.
All oi our Ladies Finest Hand
Turned Oxfords, s.juare and pic
toe. Were s?3. Now ..ri.
Children's Tan Shoes reduced.
B ar gai ns ! B ar gai n s !
1625 Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
Phaetons, Surries, Buggies, Spring and Farm VYapns.
It will pay you to call ani cet our Li Prices
Facloij nd Ware roomt on lOlh street tetween 1st cd 8l v ,
Retail Trade eppec:Hjr solicited
O O V V F, 8 S
O O V V K S
O O V V E 8
O O V V EE 8SSS
O O V X' K 8
O O VV E tt
O O W E 8 8
Carpot-s w'o will sell htlow oust
Curt'iins, Baby Carriages.
Elejxant Shoes Hand Turned
Tip and Plain. Were $3. Now
Ladies l ine Hand Turned Ox
ford pat. tpiarter and tip. Were
-. Xv .1..V.
Lots of Children's Oxfords too
numerous to mention, at ireatly
red need priors.
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