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TITE AKtfUS, THURSDAY, JULY 0, L8D3.
The safest and most permanent cure for th;
Thpoisoa ii not driven oa of syst-jna by
a more violent pj'.s n at the xprm of t -e js-tihm'.
The treatement builds rip Y(m t;e tr mi l
th h'ibi'. vanishes quietly aui e-isily, lv(n 1 1 -patient
in pe rfect health
The Testimony of all graiua ei is t hit a marr -lous
renewal hxa taken plice.
insritntes in all parts of the Unite.! Smih?.
Literatare on th" subject sent oi applicir.' i.
MORKELIi IQ'Ort UkK O.
Horn Office. BUFOil) BLO'JK. It ic t islvid, 111.
Sustain Home Industry
i ailing" for Sock Island
Brewing" Go., Beer.
The Best Beer Made,
On Tap everywhere.
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
ors to George Wagner's Atlmtic Brewery, I.
Huber'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 bott'ed 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.
Don't Miss it Today.
Look in our Second street Windows, they are
there for few days only you will be a loser if
you neglect his opportunity.
tii OP For Ladies' Donsrola Button Boots. Flexible Soles,
Patent Tipa, that were 12.00 and $1.75.
For your choice of another lot v-ry similar to above
only not so line, thev were $ 1 .50 and 1.40.
They are just such bargains as you'd expect of
la wa's Leading Shoe Store.
Second ami Harrison Sis.. Davenvort.
M ODPVT PTfC .TTM 1 J
1803 Second Avenue.
in car all MrtMl SU-
. much as Wen Memorr. Loss of Brain Cower. HenOnche. Wakefulness,
lAtti Manhooa. istiintly EnilAftlonB, ervousnesa.aiiaraniiianu
InlMMilvaflnr. naiif allh.rut paiuH h nsar.T.rtlnn. VOUlhl Ul eiTtrii
1 exceRKlve use of tobacco, opium or mimulnnM. which lead to lntinnlty.Con-
lunipllonor.nsanltr. uin w ctmc nn t ihwiku mi
1y mnll prepaid. With a S onl-.r we ln written atuuraatee to aura
kcnic sun arrrn ...... rMnd ine asoney. ircuin ire'-, iiu n aiiuiuj.i " 7- 1
trUilt AND AFItR USING. Ljutiier. AaQreas JtiKV EllCO.. Uasoulc Temple, cuic.go.iij.
, For sale in Rock Island by Hartz & Ullmeyer, druggist, SOI 12th st
Try ice cream soda at Krell ' &
Cream served with everv j;lass of
soda at Krell & Math's.
Phosphates that do vou good to
drink at Krell & Math's".
Ten good work horses (or sale.
Apply to Klbert Mead, Sears' brick
We serve pure fruit juice and crys
tal sprino water in our soda. Re
member this and try Krell & Math's
Cheap lots for sale in South Kock
Island, on easy payments, taxes low.
location healthy. Inquire of M. M.
Speak to ). M. Curtis at Henry
Curtis' nfliee and gut special rates
for your party rin to the World's
fair. Hotel Delaware, Sixty-fourth
street and Cottage, drove avenue.
Assessor John II. Cleland has re
turned his books to the county clerk.
I'lie totals show that 79:5 acres of
land are assessed at $11 2,43:5, and
3,it!" lot-- at 1.019 ()'. making the
total real estate 1. 73-2,99:5. The
personal property of the city is val
ued at $55 1,511 , brin pi no; the total
assessment up to 2,2X15,934. J his
makes a pain over the previous year
of 73.75 on real estate, and a loss
on personal property of 3(5,07fi a
net pain tor li.i of tf.S.(.b2. ilie
increase in the number of personal
schedules is 374. there heinp 2.5XS
this year as compared with 2.214 in
1S92. The assessor found 55 doirs.
in incrctiM- of -Jos over 1'.I2.
Arrival of Coluni'ms .
Meet of Spanish Caravels (an ex
act fac-simile of those in which Col-
innlti sailed) will reach Chicapo.
Friday, Ji!y 7. Capt. Concas in com
mand. The vessels are to he met olT
Kvatiston, north of Chicapo, at 10 a.
m. by a !arn- lleet of I'nitcd States
teanicrs. revenue cutters, private
yachts, and excursion boats, and
iroceed with prand naval display
under command of , Capt. H. M. licr
rv. of the United States Man-of-War
Miehipan." to the World's fair
ground, where there will be a mili
tary parade participated in by sol-
liers. sailors and marines of the
United St:ues France, Kussia. Italy.
At t lie conclusion ot the parade.
nldresses will be delivered by Hon.
Iin Sherman. Secretary of the Navy
Herbert . ex-Secrctary of the Navy
Tracey. and Senators Allison, (ior
nian. M rhcrsoii. Hale and l'ove.
The press dispattdie announce
that Jame lluplns. t he master work-
of the Itochester Clotliinp Cutters'
union, who was servinp a one year's
sentence at Sinp Sinp for extortion
of money, has been pardoned by dov.
1-lower. IIurlies, it will be remem
bered, traveled throuph this section
and it was while here last j-enruar-that
he received word to jro back anil
bepin work tn his sentence. The
case was detailed in J HE AlKil'S at
the lime and was watched with con
siderable interest all over the coun
try, llnphes, it is claimed as a rep
resentative of the locked out clotli
inp cutters of Rochester, had offered
to have the boycotts removed if the
different firms would pay certain
sums which he named. He was ar
rested ami convicted of extortion and
his case was carried up but in the
end he went to work on bis sentence.
The boycotts have since been re
moved and Hughes pardoned.
lTrueuaya President at ttie Flwy.
Our London friends having been appar
ently much amused at a recent note of ours
resjectinij President llerrera of L mgiwy
at the theater we give them a little more
information oh the subject from jiersonal
observation. His eminence, except on state
occasions, never sits at the front of his
stone box, but keeps modestly in the back
ground, placing his friends iu front of him.
lie is invariably armed with one of the
largest pairs of opera glasses ever made,
which he uses constantly, either directed
toward the stage or toward the cazuela
where Monte videan beauties mostly do con
gregate, for although II. E. may lie weak iu
the financial line be has a remarkably keen
eye for a pretty woman.
Ijow, satirical papers occasionally repre
sent him with a coryphee seated on. each
knee, but that of course is slunder. At all
events he has never been so seen in public.
Ho has a quick ear for a joke and laughs
heartily. He prefers ballet and comic opera
to tragedy. Any company with a showy
troop of chorus girls is sure of his patron
age. He is by no means a dandy in his
dress, wearing a quiet frock ooat, an ill
regulated tie and at times a decidedly
shabby round hat. As bo is an undersized
man this does not contribute to a dignified
appearance. He rarely takes any one with
him in his brougham, but generally drives
away alone. When he is at the theater the
box opposite his U always occupied by a
stout lady of imposing appearance and with
white hair. Montevideo Times.
80 Charles Oren by heirs to Will
iam Johnson, lot 7. deorge W. Bell's
sub-div., Moline, $10').
John Danner to John L. Danner,
nel and sej nej 15,16, 5w, ami part
nwV 13, 16, 5w, $3.0)).
James M. Cook to Mary A. Cook,
swj 13, 18, 2e, $5,0)).
3 George Mister to P. (J. Van
Hoorebeke. lot 42, George Mixtttr's
subdiv;. Rock Island, $1,'J).
Eliza M. Brooks et al to A. N. Lind,
lot 8, block 1, Brooks' First add.,
Kzra Smith to John Van Hpek. lot
9, block 5, Park Ridpe add.. South
J. C. H. Read to Frank Becht. lot
1. block 3, Browning & Ryder's Sec
ond add.. South Moline. $20't.
Jacob Stewart to Henrietta drif
gn. lot 10, block 1. Stewart's Second
add.. South Moline. $(i )..
Adolph DeWolfe to Augu-'t Van
tier Meersch, part lot 2, Oakwood
add., Moline, $730.
County Clerk to James (Jninn,
part nwj ne 17, 17, 2v. on Big isl
and, lot 3D asses
23. 17, 2v, part
and part sej "'5, 18, lw.
Licensed to mi.
3 John C. Anderson.
William 11. White, Le Clain
Charlotte Hundley, Cable, 111.
Wyman Marble. Paw Paw, 111.,
Mrs. Annie K. Smith. Davenport, la.
Henry L:.nnoo. Mary Van Houtte,
5 Benjamin Dunn. D.'rby. Ia..
Mrs. Sarah J. Johnson. Kevnolds.
David K. Frick. F.liza II. Smith.
sor's plat of 1S79.
of , el 9, 17, 2w.
NOT H I Nti I. IKK I I .
on llnrxehark Tmuio.l i'iirs'autl
Tl;rcr on Voliniol!'S. VAv.
Nothing like it has ever been
seen in this country." that is the
opinion of every visitor to Hagen
beck's zoological arena on Midway
Plaisance, World's fair grounds.
Kvery day, from morning till late in
the evening, thousands of World's
fair visitors crowd this wonderful
show, to witness the performance of
the lions on horseback. Rigors on ve
locipedes, trained pigs, the rare mon
keys and parrots, and thousands of
ohcr wonderful curiosities. Don't
fail to seethe greatest of all animal
shows when visiting the World's fair
grounds. A restaurant with popular
prices is in the building.
To the World'n l'nir.
Save time and avoid the crowd in
the city by buying tickets over the
Great Rock Island Route" ami stop
off at Enplewood. near the World's
Electric line from the '-Rock Isl
and"' depot direct to the gate Time,
10 minutes. Fare 5 cents. Vou can
check your baggage to Englewood
and avoid trouble and save expense,
as Englewood is in the great subur
ban hotel district near the fair, and
you can have your baggage sent to
your quarters at once.
Remember, the Chicago, Rock Isl
and & Pacific is the World's fair line
for reasons given above.
Gen. Tkt. and Pass. Agent.
iirand Excursion to FeorUt
The German Catholic societies will
have an excursion to Peoria to attend
the first state convention on Sunday,
July 9. Round trip tickets $1.51.
Tickets can be had at George Koenig
saeker's store, Adam Klotz's book
store Chris Naab's butcher shop, and
Dolly Bros.' shoe store. Everybody
The vn.i-iiit tin- f.cii.iin; i..u.j Met do
tlist !iseopal clmrch give 'hard titne so
cials." whenut mush and milk, gingtr
bread, coIThp. etc.. are served, til for 10
Whether on pleasure bent, or busi
ness, take on every trip a bottle of
Syrup of Figs, as it acts most pleas
antly and effectually on the kidneys,
liver and bowels, preventing fevers,
headaches and other forms of sick
ness. F"or sale in 50c and fl bottles
by all leaking druggists. Manufac
tured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. only. '
Bheamatiim Cared in ft Dy.
'Mystic Cure" fr,r rheumatism and
neuralgia radically cures in one to
three days. Its action upon the bvs
tern is remarkable and mysterious.
It removes at once the cause and the
disease immediately disappears. The
first dose greatly benefits 75 cents.
Otto Grotjan, Druggist,
ytnhWa; 1 Ki6A l:
JAMES R. WAITE,
Manarr of Waite's Cele"3rat6a Conedy Oy,
Premium Baud and Orcheatia.
Zr. Xltrt Hrdieal Co., Elkhart, Ind.
Yon will remember the condition I was 1-. fro
yrnrs ago. when 1 wax cflli-u.l with a combina
tion of diaeasea, and ii.oui !it ihere was no hci
roa air 1 tried ulliii..f!. i ci iiclnes.and urorta
of eminent physician. 1J y uanen wereprostrfctud.
proaucins aiizin. In-art trouble und all the llU
tuut make life miserable. 1 commeuoed to take
DR. MILES NERVINE
and in three months i was nnrccrLr cuatp
In mv traveUeach year, when I are the ihous..i.c3
of physical wrecks, eufleriug from nerrous p.-t3-
I t rat ion, taking proscriptions iron:
U fl laZ local physicuuis who have no knowl-
a edge of their case, and whose death
is certain, I feel like going to them and sayir.g,
mv uroitasion. . aaa where there
areaomanrsu III IWh I 1 ffei
overwork.men w " tul prostro-
Thamttlnn. broueht on by the
character of th business engaged In, I would
aa a auxe cure for all suffering from these causae
4AJI2S K. n AITS.
Sold on m PoaitlT Guarantee.
Dr. MILES' PILLS 60Docs25--
Ve offer yoa that 3 on will
do W1I t lift".
MOVV is the time to buy
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We have all sizes, the best made: Prices are
cut in two, within the reach of all.
Slil'AIIK BOx THAT
WILL HOI.il ICK.)
We sell the bind thnt ;;r c msttucted on correct pririo'ple?,
Hardwood, free from dor, ta'e- but litt'e i'e to ran them.
Parlor Suits, Odd Pieces for the Parlor,
Book Cases, Sideboards, Fancy Tables,
Carpets, Matting, Oil Cloths
Easy Payments No extra charges
CEAS. 4. MIGK,
322 Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa.
J5"Uphoi8T.ering of all kinds to oider.
Feathers renovated on sliDrt notion.
Notice After July 1 store close at (::? p, 111. Sat unlay a! 10 y. m.
In Oxfords and Fine Shoes.
Too many summer shoes for ihe time of
year. Cheap prices will move them. Be in
time, and get a BARGAIN.
Ladies Russia, Tan Hlueher's. I
Stylish. Were $5.50. Now $3
White Canvas Oxfords, Kill
Tip and trimmed. Were $2.50.
All of our Ladies Finest Hand
Turned Oxfords, square and pie
toe. Were Now $2.50.
Creoles Finest Kussia Calf
Elegant Shoes Hand Turned 1
Tip and Plain. Were $3. NowO
Ladies line Hand Turned Ox
ford pat. quarter and tip. Were
2. Now 1.50.
Lots of Children's Oxfords too
numerous to mention, at greatly
Children's Tan Shoes reduced.
v n ir
162? Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
JAHNS & BERTLESEN
. 1 jwaia?n .Jl -. ft '1 'i., . a,
Peoria Gook and Ranges,
Tinware And Hotjbx Furnishing Goods.'
1612 SECOND AVENUE,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL