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THE A KG US. MONDAY, JULY 10, 1803.
Muzzle your d.
Dojf muzzle at tlie Columbia.
Hosiery tomorrow at McCaT:c Bros".
Koot beer M t ents a bottle at Hess
Crockery ale this w eek at the Col
umbia. Fisher loaches, two cans for 25
cents at Hess Kros
Buy a dinner or tea set this wet'k
at the Columbia. Very chep.
Kirk's soap six bars for 25 cents:
Tearl snap 25 bars for 1 at Hess
Blackberries, blueberries. plos.
peaches, cherries, currants and cell
ery at Hess Bros'.
II. X. Stone and daughter, Miss
Eva, left on the Sidney for Quincv ,n
The Club saloon will receive the
final report of the (iriffin and Smith
light this evening.
Something new in lunch boxes
50c article for 83e just to introduce
them at MeCabe Bros'.
Up stairs in our waist department.
White lawn waists 50c: real value
almost double. MeCabe Bros'.
All wash goods in great demand.
Cut prices to close this season's pro
duct at MeCabe Bios', all week.
The men in charge of the sprink
ling ear" now appear in neat regula
tion caps, a great improvement?
James McCuinn came down from
Chicago Saturday and expects to
sjH-ml a couple of weeks with rela
tives and friends.
Judge Clcn'n convened the circuit
court at '.'o'clock this afternoon, the
day being devoted to the hearing of
motion in the different cases.
The ltoik river presbyterv meets
at the Broadway Presbyterian church
Wednesday afternoon. One hundred
and fifty delegates are expected.
Harry Allemlurf, of McCabe's cler
ical force, is confined to his room
with a sprained ankle, the result of
an accident on Koek Island ar.-enal
Ji (iobb-n. the man of manv con
tinuances, after all went into the po
lice court t!ii morning and plead
guilty to .li-oiilerly 'conduct. He
was litinl and costs.
Oscar Schmidt arrived home on
Saturday evening from Notre Dame,
where he Ins been attending M-hool
He spent a few days visiting the
World's fair on his way.
(J. M. Willis, of Minneapolis, and
Mrs. Mary Flockey. of this eitv,
were united in marriage bv Kev. F.
W. Mcrrell at the parsonage of tin
First M. F.. church on Ski urday after
noon at J o'clock.
Mrs. Phi! Mitchell gave a delight
ful reception to a large number ef
her friends at her handsome home on
Twentieth street on Saturday at'ter-
yiioun. i lie anair was one of the
taost pleasant of the season.
If that Hat wheel or motor car -15
is not remedied pretty soon, there is
likely to be a charge preferred of
disturbing the peace. The people
living on the Elm street route cannot
sleep nights, because of the infernal
thumping along the track.
Ir. and Mrs. J. MeKee, of Denver,
Colo., are in the city. They have
been for the last month at the World's
fair and are now occupying rooms in
the residence of J. U. Johnston. No.
22H8 Seventh avenue. Dr. McKee
has not visited Hock Island before in
four years and he sees many improve
ments here in that time.
The police took in a couple of
tramps Saturday evening, one a
cripple, w ho were making nuisances
. of themselves bv calling at houses in
the vicinity of Twentieth and Fourth
avenue, and becoming abusive when
not treated as they thought they
ought to be. They were fired out of
town yesterday morning.
' The board of supervisors met in
I . ! .. 1. . 1
re,rUiai session 111 III- coni i. House ;u
2 o'clock this afternoon. Chairman
Sinnett presiding. All tfie members
except Supervisors Armstrong. Case,
Carev and Trent were present, and
lifter the hearing of the minutes of
the, last meeting the board went at
its regular routine work.
Charles E. Sheriff, formerly assist
ant su ieri n : eivle:it of tin- lines of i lej
Davenport & Koek Islam! railway
company in Davciipotf. lias, with 11.
A. Emeis, of that city, purchased
tho drug stock of C. E. Kiehards.
who is to re'ain the dental supply
deiiartment. Mr. Sheriff and his
partner are registered pharmacists.
W. 'II. Judge, formerly superin
tendent of the Hock Island Gas
works, is in the eitv for the purpose
of settling up his business affairs
preparatory to locating permanently
at Columbia. Mo., where he has ac
cepted the management of a gas
plant, and where he has purchased a
home. Mrs. Judge is at present vis
iting in St. Louis.
Engineers W. W. Scott. George L.
Scott and H. S. Scott, of the Hock
Island road, with their families, at
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder, No Ammonia; No Alum
-Used in Millions of Hemes 40 Years the Standard.
tended the golden wedding anniver
sary of their pare Us, Mr. and Mrs.
J. K. Scott, at M iscatine yesterday.
It was a happy al air in all respects,
the venerable couple entering joy
fully and -with mi: eh spirit into the
events of the day.
Prof. Byde, the colored aerounaut,
made another successful ascension at
the Watch Tnw r yesterday. The
balloon w as w ell in Hated anil went
up about S.on feet. Prof. Byde
landed on the w ater edge on the "isl
and. Tin-Plow Simp baud, that fur
nished the music, was tadly out of
practice, but the public is given the
assurance that of ;icr music will be
pi'ovi le ! in the fi tine.
A us i ling of the tin x i ors of the
12.5th Illinois Volunteers met at
Count Treasurer Campbell's of.iee
on Saturday al ernooti. President
Hollister presiding. Besides the
secretary. J. II. Cieland. there were
representatives fiom live of the com
panies of that regiment. It was de
cided to hold a grand reunion here
on Aug. 30 and 81. committees being
appointed to look after the work. It
is proposed to tr.ake it a rousing
meeting of the ve erans.
The remains of Waldo Newberry,
formerly of this city, and who died
at Lincoln, Neb., on Friday night,
arrived here this norning and were
taken in charge o L'nkertaker Knox.
The remains wer accompanied by
Mrs. New berry :.nd son. Williams,
and daughtcr'MNs Ella. Deceased.
w ho was (57 years of age. was quite
well known here, having been in the
flour and feed business here some 15
years ago. He had manv friends.
who will sympathize with the be.
rcaved family in their affliction.
The funeral occuts from the First
Baptist church at 10:30 o'elocR to
morrow morning, with interment at
The funeral of the late Mrs. Annie
Peters w as held fl om the residence of
Mrs. C. Schmid. onTwentieth street,
at 2 o'clock ye-tcrday afternoon.
Kev. W. S. Man lis officiating, and
the choir of the Broadway Presbyte
rian church reiiiieriug appropriate
music. There wis a large attend
ance of friends and manv floral evi
dences of love and esteem were of
fered. The pal 1 carers were: Jacob
Ohhxeiler, Jr.. John Ohlweiler. Jr..
Peter Frey. Henry Sehillinger. W. A.
Ehleb and George Schneider.
Marv, the infant daughter of Os
car Luiidburg and wife, died at her
parents' home. -12 Twenty-second
street, at 1 :3n o'clock Sat urdav after
noon of measles, i:ged 2 vcars and (i
months. The funeral occurred from
the bereaved hom at 4:3i o'clock
yesterday afterno. n.
World's f nr Visitors
Maj. and Mrs. 11. C. Connelly have
refurned from the fair.
J. E. Larkin h:.s returned from a
visit to the World's fair.
Mr. and Mrs. illi-:m McEniry re
turned this morning from the fair.
Judge Dnirv and wife left today
for Chicago, whe-e they w ill spend
some time visiting the World's fair.
(ieorge SutclifTc. Hans Clemanns
and Louis Salzn ami left Saturday
evening for Chic igo to take in the
Mrs. Oscar Hakelier and son left
today for Chicag , w here they w ill
spend some time viewing the "sights
of the World's fair.
Mrs. Al Fleming and children left
today for Chicag . where they will
join Mr. Fleming and visit the great
Matthias Schne 1 and wife started
for Chicago today, where tney will re
main sometime viewing the sights of
the Columbian exposition.
In tlie County Court.
Today was the first day of the July
term of the county court, and sever
al of the special assessment matters
came up for action. An order was
issued by the col It in the Seventh
ward sewer matter that all objections
be filed by the opening of court on
July 17. A similar order was issued
in regard to the Seventeenth street
and Tenth avenie- sewers. The pro
ceedings in the Seventeenth street
storm drain were dismissed by the
court at plaintiff's costs. Iii the
mutter of the Third ward sidewalk
ordinance no act dn was taken, the
matter being ntiniied for judg
ment. World' KiUr Rules.
The Burlingtoi route (C. B. & Q.
H. 1!.) will well round trip tickets
from Hock Island to Chicago and re
turn from April 25 to October 31,
11(3. inclusive, at final limit for
return November 15, 8'J3. Contin
uous going passage date of sale.
Continuous return passage on cr be
fore final limit. Children of live
years and under 12 years of age half
of above rates.
II. D. Mack. Div. Pass. Agt..
Hock Island, 111.
M. J. Yot'NG, Agt., Hock Island.
A Nol!e 1-'iltl of Worsen KnOreil for the
This week the races occur
at the Davenport mile track.
The large field of horses, the
tine training they have had
on this track, or in the campaign of
the early summer on other good
tracks, and the superb condition in
which the track has been placed by
the work and attention that have
been put upon it, make it fully safe
to promise some races that will
please the people and make them
well satislietl to part with their half
dollars at the gate. I he patronage
ought to be large. The accommoda
tions of all kinds on the grounds are
of the best. Here is the program for
tomorrow and the entries, from
which the reader can see that there
is fun in sight:
First Iy, TiicBihiy. .luly 1 1.
i!:5fl CI Ass TROTTiso- n-ii-.
I lohn I,pp;t) TVmncllv, Tipton. la.
4 Ir i.e. h in; (r Pet til. i.Vd' Fill s, la.
X ch bv, b h; J K Dm e, O lawa. 1 I.
4 Ncwh lit. cs:i:i'Bu,'re nth, (
i 1 ltiic'.iii tilk h; i 'hat Thompson, Indo-m-i
11 I'tiit" II Hoy, b li; C'his Thompson, lnue-pi-nileiue.
" I'm. Iilk h; K Pa t- n, Pnvcn ort, la.
s No cio, hjr;1.) Ketlry, .so-a, m,
Ai'i li, b g; J H ln-ev. Winonn. Minn.
10 Al'rrn; W It Williams He.lnck, Ih.
it liny Ik-nr ,bK;b I. holur, Limaa'cr,
12 Fr nci-f Maid.b filly ; sc Fnll.T, Sudailiu,
M lUs-.,. WoaiN, flra; Uu P.iites, Kort W'oith.
14 May Brcuktr. cli f;C B Aiigui-tmc, Flani
11 I. my Wiki f; G K l.'u.Tiphrey, Austir,
S:-27 n.-H t'M.tiinm rcK"B $5ro
1 Kiwemomi, b m ; K A Harrington. DaviC
i I oywoi d. cli h: Y A llarrmcon. Dvtnroit.
et r.tnro, KI'(:;D ck Lib. rxm.
Flora W'l,kfs. b m; L' J hr.Lks. White Hail,
u.vcrimr F, b h ; Lu kli-y f!ros , Galena, 111.
Nat Uriiou, ch hi l M il.ivis, ilcniuoiitti.
7 rii.ah, b m
1 incc, 1 a
S Irr-Mi, b b
I liurlt'i TLomrfron. .'lide, en
Ih'ir'.cs TIhiiiijwou, Iiidp'.-E.
9 t'arrii; W, b ni; M J Mulzrew. I'utnujiic. Ia
10 l'.lunch I!, b m; (i F Murwin. Cameron, Mo.
11 liood Time, eti h; C E Akiandir. Iiee
Moiiif-s. la .
1? Kipph-; elu))- A P.rollian. IlcJrick, Ia.
13 w'lldi y. fir. stallion: J 1! Tonilii son.
14 (ii-rdeii. crav fr; B H Gro'pv, TiochelU-
l.i L ici; iijorw Mcmaii, Truer, la.
'-'till I LAa TACIK. 1'UkSE 5."Hl(l.
1 Julirt, ch m; C I! Hurdlhals son?, Chi'i
4 Pilot Gift, fir h: J ''o'einan, Pcorn, 111.
5 l!nlln .nt. g fi; .1 li Jmiire, Kk k l-iund. 111.
4 Kiilol, b h: i.ix-tnlmr-j A. Sou, Cedar l-'a! Is,
5 Happy Girl, black mnrr; II T Kv.ns. Fre
tl I.uln (i. ch n ; B T Emith. Aurora, Hi
7 .toe J rlc son: C WriRlit. Knnxvil't-. la
s ltcllc luriauu, b n:; tun C fruliir. Setliha.
Tuo Vouiik llayors.
Mayor lb-nry Vollmer. of Daven
port, was in Mock Island for a few
hours Sat unlay evening, coming over
for the purpose of sending 'i',;). the
contributions of the people of Daven
port, to the tornado stricken people
of l'omeroy. Pocahontas county,
Iowa. The American Kn press com
pany is the only one reaching l'om
eroy, and Agent McKiblien accommo
dated Mayor Vollmer by opening the
ollice here and sending the money for
him. Mayor Vollmer chanced to
meet Mayor Medill on the street and
the two spent the evening in a pleas
ant social manner. There ought to
be. as doubtless there is. a peculiar
feeling of good fellowship between
these two mayors, not only because
both are democrats, but by reason of
being two of the youngest mayors in
the country, each the youngest in his
respective state in any event.
The Charlotte Hoeckler took an
excursion of several hundred from
this city and Davenport up to Clin
ton vesterdav. It was a delightful
day for the trip and everyone enjoj-ed
The excursion given by the Colum
bia club yesterday from this eitv- to
Peoria over the K. I. & P. was quite
largely attended. there being 111
coach loads. It left here at 7 a. m.,
reaching Peoria at 1:10. and return
ing left there at 7 p. in., reaching
here at ID-.l.O. The trip was a very
Correct Prices, to which we
Sboe Btore 104 Second avenu
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
ftove hxin!i a tank that cannot betaken off
for fillinf;. nnlca tho burner are cloeea.
THE -QUICK MEAL" is the only
ntove having ai indicator to show when the
burners nre oui. o-closed.
THE -QUICK MEAL" is the only
t-tovc '-avinc class tubes to show the drip
pinu of L'a oline when tlie at v in H-e.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove havin? biirnon. tt.at canL t be opene'd
fiinher than nececsiry.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
H'ove having all pans made of material
which cannot, rust .
1615 and 1617 icoi 1 Avi-im-.
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & Martin
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar StSre and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the nncot brande of domestic
and imiwrvd ciuarn. All brands of tobacco.
The score or all thi! ball irumcp wi'l lw received
L. OLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1S08 Sf cord Avcnut!.
all the latest agonies in
Summer Underwear, .
Hot Weather Clothing.
Vi Ell i
H rn aiH rorue tempting
s 8 good as usually sold for
LDIE' R BBT.D VtSTS
Ab cd as is nsually seld
1-2 in. would be cheap
eiiougb at 12ic, for
Hot Weather Goods
The Columbia : :
Dinner and Tea Sets.
On- .55-T.-:i Sit t-.r s;5.-J.i worth 5....-
One M To:i Set fur 5
()n- .r)ti Tea Set for 4.75 7.1, ,
One :l Tea Set for 4.-JS ..
On.- lul Dinner S.-t C.'JS ,( s.7
One n:.i Dinn. r Set 7.5') 11. 01
One 1 Toilet Set l.f,; .. ., r t
One M Toilet Sot 2. 2'i 37.5
One 12 Toilet Set 4.7.5 .. - Ul)
al! tlii week if ;'ols are not close.) out before the eml of we,
r U. YOUG, PropriKor.
1728 Sncond Av.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic aM Dispensins Pharmacist
Is row loc&ud in his new building at the comer of Fifth aveuue
.snd Twenty-third street.
J. F. Eo-KsriKM.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters,
Houe Heating and Sanitary Plnmlin
Largest Clothing and Shoe Stores in Rock Island County.
Clothing Store 1729 Second Avenue
In dark ground,
Extra values in
Woolen Dres Goods,
By gettiDg first-class goo fo
at lowest prices.
223 Twentieth Mr