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Irink L'ji tt'a.
Buy it at lrinill &
Clearing salo at the CoInrntia.
Dinner ami tea wets clearing sale
at the Columbia.
Bicycles sold on the, installment
Jlan at kllur!i"s.
$2.5i, s.5u, -2.bV, at Simon &
Mosenfeliler's. of course.
Tomatoes, cucumbers and a full
lino of frer.h vegetables at Hess
Drillill & Glcini have the lincst line
of teas in the city. They are selling
Drillill fc Gleini will sell you line
uncolorcd Japan ten for 35 cents. It
is a good one.
Cherries, raspberries, currants,
peaches, pineapples and watermelons
lit Hess Bros."
Thirty dollars tirst payment and
10 per month will buy a" Victor bi-i-ycle
Simon - Mosenfelder's semi-annual
pants sale begins this morning.
Plenty of tine s?l pants at
The celebrated Uji tea for stiength
and flavor is unexcelled. Ask for
the l'ji tea at Drillill & (iieim's.
F. E. t'rompton. of Joslin; J A.
Wilson, of llural. and John Barton,
of Coal Valley, were in the city to
day. Now for a couple of pair of tine
pants at "m. that's all Simon &
Mosenfcldcr will sell to one cus-i-Miicr.
Mr. and Mrs. Loliestein. of Cedar
Uapids. and Mrs. Helen Loeb. of ()t.
tumwa. Ia.. are visiting at the resi
lience ot M. C. Kice.
There have already been 13i en
trier, made for the 'Davenport Mile
Track club races next week. Mondav
will be ladies' day, when all ladies'
will be admitted free.
What a tine thing those special
pants sales of Simon & Mosenfelder's
nre any way. But their motto is a
new fresh stock every season. No
goods to be carried ov
(I. A. Wolf and wife, who have
been visiting at the residence of Mrs.
tt'olf's parents. Mayer Bosentield
and wife, left this morning for their
home in (ir-.ir.d liupids. Mich.
The family of the late Jai4.li Schil
ingcr desire to publicly express their
thanks to all who rendered so much
kindness and offered so much sympa
thy in their late bereavement.
Mrs. T. J. Buford has returned
from her :!-moiit'us' visit to her
daughters. Mesdames Bell and (iar
lington. at Fort Kilcy, Kan. Mrs.
(iarlington is expected tonight to
visit in Kock Islaml.
There was a lively time in front of
a Third avenue plumbing establish
ment this morning, where a boss
plumber planted his right hand on
the mouth of a journeyman pluiulcr.
but further hostilities were prevent
ed by friends.
Mrs. John II. Kberhart has re
ceived from Head Banker Zink a
c heck for the amount of her
husband's insurance in the M. W. A.
transmitted through the Reynolds
bank. Mr. F.berhart having been a
member of the Reynolds camp.
Frank S. Beeilleson. a one-legged
bicycle rider, is passing through
Iowa on his bicycle tour from San
Francisco to New York, which lie ex
pects to make in Kit) days. He left
han Francisco May 15, and since
leaving Cheyenne has covered (it)
miles per day.
Jerry Donovan states that his tes
timony In fore the coroner's iinjuest
in the matter of the death of Sebas
tian Meyer was not correctly record
, ed. He asserts that he did" not say
that Meyer was addicted to the use of
liquor, but merely said he knew that
Jie took a glass of beer occasionally.
Ex-Postmaster Wells is reported
very low today and grave fears are
entertained as to his recovery. Dr.
Miildletou. of Da ven port, was called
in eon -it ! t :it i. m with the family phy
sician mi M nidav. and e ervt liiiv
possible lias neen done to relieve t he
sufferer. I;-.: without avail.
The valve ;n the sprinkler plug at
Fifteenth treet and Second avenue
refused to w ork for - .some reason af
ter the sprinkler had been tilled ihis
afternoon, and the result was that a
geyser on a suhiiueti scale was pre-
senteii to a large audience. It was
some time before the water could be
J. K. (iroom and family departed
on me . .. i. i i. Monday evening
Cor their new home in Oregon City.
Ore., where Mr. (iroom becomes in
terested in the publication of a Bap
tist denominational paper. The
family was accompanied by Arthur
Wilson, who will also make his home
there, and by Richard Fish, who
goes on a visit. Moline Dispatch
The meteorological summary for
June placet) the mean barometer at
ViMi; the higheet 30.23 on the 7th,
The only Pure Cream of Tartar
ami the lowest 29.54 on the 1st. The
mean temperature was 72, the high
est !:$ on the lL'th: the lowest 51 on
the Cth. The total precipitation was
3.82 inches. There were 10 cloudless
days, 11 partly cloudy and 9 cloudy.
Thunder storms occurred .on the 4th,
9th, 10th. 21st, 22)1, 23d. 24th anil
The "postal scrip" will take the
place of the postal note in the near
future. The note costs 8 cents and
carries any amount up to $5, while
in the scrip a sheet calling for
amounts from 1 cent to $3 has been
prepared, from which, on the pay
ment of 1 cent, the amount to be
sent will be torn off the same as an
express order. J here will be no
writing on it ol any kind by the post
master. I lie sender endorsing the
check draft. 'I he government guar
antees its safe transportation.
The editor f The News having
been invited to deliver an address to
a big steamboat excursion crowd
from Moline to Cordova and return
last Monday, he took it in, and quite
a Fourth of Ju y was made of it, if
it was the third. It was a gala day,
thoroughly enjoyed by all. "On the
Fourth the editor spoke at Annawan.
He feels very grateful to the good
people of both Moline and Annawan
tor the very generous manner in
which he was treated by both of our
sister towns. Come again when vou
want some fun. (lenesco News.
I'oll -e l'otiurt.
The police toe k in a good load of
tramps last nigl.t and later turned
them out of tow :i.
Joe (ioldcu (succeeded this morn
ing in again having his hearing con
tinued until ton orrow.
Jack Dempscv, proprietor of the
First avenue fumbling joint, paid
his line this morning, but his confed
erates were sent to the rock pile to
work out tlieir lines.
Capt. Falkncr and Officer Wafer ar
rested two pedel ers of snide jewelry
who wen- in an advanced stage of in-
ebriecy last evet ing. The men had
in their company a small boy. also
h unk, who gave his name' as Bert
Smith, and said that he had been
living with an aunt, a Li..ie Smith.
on Third avenue in Rock Island.
Davenport Denn crat.
Chief Sexton's police report for the
month of June s low- 21! arrests, live
of which were state cases and 21 un
der the city ore inanccs as follows:
Assault and battery, 4: fast driving.
assault with deadly weapon. 1:
drunk. 7: drunk and disorderly, 2;
leeping in park. 1: disorderly con
duct. 1: larceny. 1: selling unwhole
some vegetables. 1: burglary. 1: as
sault with intent to kill, 1; careless
use of fireworks, 2: the number of
tramps furnished lodging, 40; the
tail ,bill was $3. 20. and number of
lights reporteil out, 7ti.
Worlil'M I'air Visitors.
Oscar Johnson has returned from
a pleasant visit to the World's fair
Ernest J. Summers is in Chicago
pending a few days visiting the
great World's fair.
T. S. Silvis and wife left today for
in extended visit to the great" Col
umbian expositii n.
Miss Julia Corcoran left this
morning for Chic ago on a visit to the
Miss Emma Adams left this morn
ing for Chicago expecting to spend
some time there viewing the sights
of the Columbian exposition.
Engineer T. J. Rcttig. of the water
works, is enjoying the World's fair,
and as a consequence. Engineers Cav
anagh and Bollm in arc doing extra
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams and
Mrs. Elizabeth C ivne ami daughters
Misses Flora. Liny anel Nettie leave
this evening for Chicago to visit the
Mesdames M. Levy and Peter
Fries left last night for Chicago,
where they will 1 e the guests of Mrs.
James Connor, while visiting the
They heldullT I.utliv lu Winter.
People in Modem', e circumstances at Ber
lin, Dresden, Vium.u, etc., have no such
thing us ii li.b.roi ni iu their establish
ments, and are cm. tent to yo through the
entire winter without tubbing. They make
up lor it, however, ia guuimer by plunging
daily into the rivers, lakes uud ponds that
may happen to be anywhere in the vicinity.
Nearly all the men uid boys are excellent
swimmers, natatory instruction being com
pulsory not only iu the nnny, but even at
all the public schoi Is. The people there
fore may be said to lie imbuetl with a taste
for cold water in summer. But in winter,
alusl they are content to remain unwashed.
New York Trihun :.
Kefusiut; a Challenge.
I. When invited by the Protestant contro
versialist known as tribulation (Jum-
ming" to dispute with him before the pub
lic at Birmingham, Cordinul Newman re
plied to the effect that be had small ability
in controversy and could not venture to meet
so redoubtable an opponent iu that field,
but he added, "My friends are kind enough
to say that I have ei me skill on the violin.
and if agreeable I shall be happy to enter
into a contest with you on that instru-
ment." San Francnco Argonaut.
Powder, No Ammonia; No Alum
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THE AllGUS, TIIUKSDAr, JULY- 0,
WATER AS A MEDICINE.
the Beat Remedial
Known to Science.
1 The human body is constantly un
dergoing tissue change. Worn-out
particles are cast aside and eliminated
from the system., while the new are
ever being formed, from the inception
of life to its close. Water has the
power of increasing these tissue
change which multrply the waste
products, but at the same time they
are renewe'd ly its agency, giving rise
to increased appetite, which, in turn,
provides fresh nutriment.
Persons but little accustomed to
drink water are liable to have" the
waste products formed faster than
they are removed. Any obstruction to
the free working of natural laws at
once produces disease, which, if once
firmly seated, requires both time and
money to cure.
People accustomed to rise in the
morning weak ard languid will find
the cause in the imperfect secretion of
wastes,' which many times may be
remedied y drinking a full tumbler
of water before retiring. .. This very
materially assists in the process during
the night, and leaves tissues fresh and
strong, and ready for the active work
of the day.
Hot water is one of the best reme
dial agents. A hot bath on going to
bed, even in the hot nights of summer,
is a better reliever of insomnia than
many drugs Inflated parts will sub-
tide under the continued poulticing of
real hot water. Very hot water, as
we all know, is a prompt checker of
bleeding, and besides, if it is clean, as
it should be, it aids in sterilizing our
wounds. A riotous stomach will
nearly always gratefully receive a
glass or more of hot water.
LET IT RUN.
and your couh may end hi something seri
ous, it s pretty sun? to, it your Mood is poor.
That is just the time and condition that in
vit Consumption. Tho swds are sown and
it has fastened is hold upon you, liefore you
know that it is near.
It won't (1; to trifle and delay, when the
remedy is at hand. Every disorder that can
he reached through tho blood yields to Dr.
Pierce's Golden Jlediral Discovery. For
Severe Coughs, Bronchial. Throat and Lung
Diseases, Asthma. Scrofula in every form,
and even the Scrofulous affection of thj?
lungs that's called Consumption, in all i5
earlier stagrs, it is a positive and complete
It is the (mhi Mond-cleanser, strength re
storer, and flesh-builder so effective that it
can be guaranteed. If it doesn't benefit or
cure, in every cane, vou have your money
back. All medicine dealers have it.
RK OU IN NEED- .
Want a cook
Want, a partner
Want a situation
Want to rent rooms
Want a ne-rvant girl
Want to aell a farm
Want to iiell a honre
Want to exchange anthinB
Want te fell household poodo
Want to make any real estate loan
Want to acll or trade for anythlnc
Want to And customer for anything
USE THESE COLUMNS.
rHB DAILY AKGUS DELIVERED AT YOUR
door every evenins for lSftc per week.
WANTED TRAVELING SALESMAN. LINE,
lnbricattne oils Address with reference,
Walworth Station 1), Cleveland, Ohio.
TMCYCLE FREE-TO ANY BOY OR GIRL
3 who will work for lis. No nionev needed.
stamp for particulars. Write to Tit-BtsPub-
li ning Co., litf-iH Dearborn street, Chiciio.
is the best skin lotion in use. It contains no
mineral or oily tulHttanres. Sold by
THE WARREN BROWN CO.
Room 15, llittoe Block. Daveniwrt. comer
Third nnd Brady.
14 puire Mt-diciil tn-atise contaiiilni: niiirh infor
mation and ninny valuable receipts free hmui np.
Correct Prices, to which, we
Slice Stoie 104 Seccn3 kt
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
ptove havins a tank that cannot bclaiienc'ff
for filling, unless the burners ara closed.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the. only
etove having an indicator to show when the
hurne-ra are oik-l o: closed.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove havinir class tubes to show the drip
ping ol ea oline when the st jve i- in uec.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove having burner ttat canLot be opuned
further than iicccs'try.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove having all par's made of material
which cannot, rust.
1615 and 1617 Secot d awi.u
0 Pa G A i .
1815 Second Ave.
Koester 6k Martin
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
AlwayB on hand the tneet hrands of dnrcectic
and imiKjrted cirarp. All brand!) of tobacco.
The icore of all the hall pames wi'l be received
L. GLOCKBOFP, Prop.,
1808 Second Avenue,
all the latest agonies in
Summer Underwear, .
Hot Weather Clothing,
I IVJCPTIRE EPsT
Hoi Ifeate Goods.
Here are come -tempting
As good as usually sold for
LiDIES' RIBBED VESTS
As good as is usually seld
S2 in. would be cheap
enough at 12o, for
F tf. YOUNG, Proprietor.
1728 Second Av.
Fifth Avenue Pharmaey.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic and Dispensing Pharmacist
Is cow located in his new building at the corner of Fifth aveuue
and Twenty-third Btreet.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters!
ll'iusp Ie:itiii anil Sanitary l'lumliing-. - - 223 Twentieth .t. ji '
Largest Clothing and Shoe Stores in Rock Island County $.4
jit Weatlier GooQs.
Id dark ground,
Extra values in
Table Linen t,
Woolen Dr?ss Goods,
By getting first-clues goo;
at lowest prices.
Tom RosEsriELi. H
ROSENFIELD BROS, 'fj
Store 1729 Second Avenue.
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