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THE AIMUJS, TIIUHSDAY, JULY 13, 1803.
Peaches ami cherries at Hess Hro
Watermelons ami musk melons at
Ripe tomatoes ami eauliflmver at
Otto's ban! at Hinehcr's garden
.Subscription concert at Hinehcr's
garden this evening.
Celery ami a full line of fresh veg
etables at Iles Urns'.
Otto's Military baml ami orchestra
will be the attraction at the Tow er
Prof. J. K. (iti.-tus, of Augutana
business college, has gone to Opheim
en a vacation.
Subscription concert bv Otto's
band at Hinehcr's Elm tercet summer
garden this evening.
Cucumbers, cauliflower ami ail
kinds of vegetables at Clincher's
Spencer square grocery.
Cherries, currants, eating apples,
peaches, plumbs, blueberries and red
and black raspberries at Buneher's.
The Christian Sumlay school, oc
cupying two motors ami trailers,
went to Paospect park today on its
Sister M. Xorbertine, sister of Mrs.
John Leary of this city, died at St.
Joseph's convent, l)uhuiic. Wed
A pleasant place to spend this hot
evening will lie at the lawn oeial of
the United Pre.-byterian young peo
ple, 107 Thirteenth street.
The plow shop faundry closes to.
morrow night and the -.'hop proper
are expected to close on Saturdav
night for the annual repairs.
The Kock Island road is calling all
the engine nu n of the division ter
minating here, to Chicago fur in
struction in the Muck system.
Tin' tir-t of the outing eeur.-i..!i
trains over t he Iaenport V leiek
Inland railway and Miiine Central
track to l'ropeet jia;k oeeur- to
night. All children umler 15 year- ot age
will be admitted free to the lacn
port Mile Track raei::i!l ur.der lo
to be in care of parent- i r iuardinn.
Friday. July 1 '.
If the lady who ua- -een lu walk
off with the umbrella belonging t.
another customer at McCain- Bins',
this mornir.ij. will return it to tlii-
nflii'i' Ijo ijuestioii- will be asked.
ome liend lired the switchback a!
Prospect park. Mdinc. early
nioruingrout di-eoverv before
names nan gaineii mucn l.eaiiwav re
sulted in su'-dtiing the tire before
much damage was ;lone.
(live the vowng people of the L. P.
church a benefit this evening. Ice
cream, lemonade and just what vou
want to make you comfortable, at
..their social this evening, at the home
of their pastor. Hev. H. C. Marsha!'.
Henry Xowack will open his -uui-mer
garden at Fourth avenue ami
Fourth street on Saturday night.
There will be a concert in the early j
part of. the evening followed by danc
ing. The garden will be open every
Saturdav niirht hereafter.
Complaint has been made of the
lateness of the hour when the street
lights are turned on these nights.
The company would adopt a more
considerate policy if the chances
were taken of turning the light on
an hour too early rather than an hour
The young people's societies of our
churches are arranging for an inter
esting gathering at theWnnh Tower
next Tuesday evening. Supper will
be served at C::5' o'clock within the
pavilion, and this will be followed by
an interesting program of music and
short talks, the object of the meet
ing being better acquaintance ami an
exchange of view s regarding methods
and plans of doing effective work in
their respective churches.
The board of supervisors, with the
except ion of Supervisor Trent and
accompanied also by Mrs. MeKinley,
Mrs. Vinton. Mr. ami Mr. Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. (Jamble. Mrs. Jenkins.
Mrs. Cralle. K. Kastmaii. of Mo
line, Mrs. Siiui' t;, the Mis-e- Schnei
der. Judge Adams. County Trciisu rcr
Thoma- Cam pb-'.l. Sheriff C. D. Gor
don. Dr. Sala. Charles l'.n'e! ;;nd II.
B. Hubbard, of Kiel, l-'.and. and
Mrs. Fitzpat rick, of Milan, went out
totliecotintv p'or farm this morn
ing and are spending the day there
The Muscatine Journal speaking
of the visit of the Bock Island county
supervisors to that city, remarks:
"A gentleman, remarked: 'There
i some mighty good timber
in that board.' and so there is, com
ing from all parts of the county.
Their appearance, conversation and
the willingness to do the fair tiling
in spite of local prejudice, shows
that Bock Island has a board of su
pervisors not only strong in mem
bers, hut also strong in what iS the
best interests of the people in the
various parts of the county."
lie only Pur Cream of Tartar Powder, No Ammonia; 2fo Alum
lJ6frd in MiDiODS of Brmff-40 ears tbe Standard.
TESTS OF tJPEED.
S uoii'l !:i Kventii t th r Dnvwijiort Miie
Yesterday's races at the Davenport
Mile Track, like those of the previous
day, were well attended. The 2:3.)
class was the lirst called, the result
being that Lewellyn won lirst money.
Brow n Dick second. True Blue third,
and Bhf.-k Frank fourth. The sum
1 S K 3 4
7 4 3 li'il
i 4 1 8 S
. 5 7 IV il
.4 t i H
K S 5 !'il
H. li ; .
Br wti Ive;. .
J-tt li -l: ,..
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B ;:e . '
S 1 -i 1 1
Tiiif. i::." . :23'4, v: I)1, i: 5.
The J:-.." paemg I ;t e was won bv
Webbe: likes, Kl!a . being secoml,
Bi!!:e aTnple thin!, and Mountain
(j-Ken fourth. The Mininiary pre
s n;- t!i.- result ill tlet.lil:
B iy - ; i c 6 4 3 i
J U y 111 3 5 5 tl
Seal 5 1 DM
Kn It 3 3 3 3
Webber Wilkes : l l
I!rry II 7 7 5
StarGaint-K 8 SCO
JohnAUgan id 0 0 0
Ijirclilercti 9 s 0 (i
Mountain (jueen 4 4 4
Time i:I5:4.S:lti--4, 2:lS'i. 2:20J4.
The 2:'2 1 trotting re-ulteii in lirst
money going to Mollit Sprague, sec
ond to Dinah, third to Border Wilkes
and fourth to Flora Wilkes. The
summary is explanatory of the heats:
Peiseiciirl .... r. s 0
Klun WiiK. s : h 5
Mull e spMiitu- l l l
Diimh 3 2 ;j
S-r Da-Lav. s i; ti
lii-r.leu 7 7
Bonier W i.k I :j 4
T.iphz 7 4
Laiiilv Time. .Tr s S o
The KiK'k lslal.il ilur.'.
The Buck Island horses. Seal,
owned by J. ;. Junjfe, and Jerry
Bishop, owned by Arthur Burrall.
entered in the 'JrJ and 2:S5 classes
respectively, did not fare as well as
local admirers antic pated. as the
summaries indicate. The Democrat
says i f the performances of Seal in
the second and thin! heats: The
plucky bay. Seal, spurred up and
came down the horn 'stretch like a
w liiriw ind. taking the lead and win
ning tin' heat. The third
heal id the pacing rate was a disas
trous ..re for the horse. Seal, for he
made his record in tht previous heat
by winning in -J:r. :lml fell down
behind the distance 11 ig. when Web.
ber Wiikes swung the judge's
state'., an ea-v Victor.
Tomorrow occurs th .'::M trotting,
1 pacing and -.':lo t-otting. Buii
ruont appear.-in the" g:14 class.
1 lie in nit t earl.
Judge (iietin yesterday, alter hear
ing the motion in several eases, took'
up t he dower ease ot Mary (Iraee
Daxetiport. which, fro n present ap
pearances, will ccup the- attention
of the court sonic time.
Judge (iletiu adjourned the circuit
court yesterday at'tern urn to go to
Kcwanec. where he ami Judge Pleas
ants will hear the arguments in tpio
warranth proceeding- brought bv
Prc-idcnt Lyman, of the board of
trustees of that place, to test the
legality of certain proceedings of the
board cf which he is pre-ident. The
action grows out of a peculiar state
fif affairs. At the last election the
majority of members of the board
chosen were democratic, thus giving
them a majority of ;hc members.
When the board assembled at irs
lirst meeting, before the president
had time to announce his appoint
ments, one of the democratic mem
bers arose and moved that Charles
Ladd be appointed town attornov.
President Lyman im nediately de
clared the motion out f order." The
member appealed from the decision
of the chair, and the house being
democratic refused to sustain it and
Mr. Ladd was declared appointed,
Mr. Bowley being appointed treas
urer in the same mini icr. Mr. Lv
man has decided to 1 ght the case
hence the ijtio warrant proceedings.
1 he New AHHfHMiieul.
County Clerk Kob er has com
pleteil his abstract of he assessment
hooks of the different townships.
The result .-hows that the total val
nation of property in the eountv is
7. ill.'?. ":'. an increas- of 1i'k,40(;
over last year. This increase is on
tow n lots w hieh this year are as
sessed at ?-.'.:571 .o!l7. an increase of
17."i, :.";. ' The assess -lien t show s a
decrease in the cotintv's acre nroi-
' ci ty t" I in- extent of :'.'., !I M. and oti
; personal property a decrease of J.Z
; ;ts:. The increase of city property
makes a gratifying showing for Bock
i islam! pro-pent v. i lie toiiowmg
ire the tigures from the different
I'ori II ron
south Mo iiit'
Hi ck Iriaml
smith KiMit Ieluml
lis I Hi
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Sft3.il 1 5
il 2 tilli
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The "ew Insane Law.
According to the law passed by the
last legislature, which went into
force on July 1, insane persons in
this state are given jury trials or not
just as the county judge may elect.
If he thinks a jHry trial unnecessary
he can select two reputable phy
sicians to conduct the inquest.
The law provides further that
the court of inquiry may sit at any
place, even in the home of the de
fendant, but it shall be necessary for
the latter to be present. The law
gives the judge the power to keep all
disinterested persons from witness
ing the trial, and the effect of the
new measure in this respect will be
salutary liecausc it will remove an
obstacle to those who postpone hav
ing an inquiry in the earlier stages
of the malady of their friends owing
to a dread of publicity and thus per
haps forever lose the "opportunity to
cure the patient.
The Morriil Heat.
According to the calculations of
the signal service, yesterday, today
and tomorrow were to be the average
warmest days of the year and indeed
it seems that they came pretty close
to hitting it. at least it has been
plenty hot enough for all purposes.
The mercury registered !0 above to
day. While not as hot as' it has been
before it seems more oppressive.
The soothing intelligence is fur
nished by the signal service that to
morrow will be generally fair with
possible local showers and cooler.
Advertised List No. -i8.
L;-T ir letter- niicalli'it (or i.t tlip n-t. fllin t
Iioc' lsiant), il!.,.)ui 14. ls:i:j:
Ca-l-on 1 i'llu Mr -CutlT.2
':i it ii Hi!.- I!a
lruiT e( ti r
Dunlkp T ;
Eliwan'.s f V
Eckcrsen C W
KlUDrt'Tl F'1 ll
Hurry ( IihiK--11
tin ib fcii win-
I.iiKlhiri M a
Mrl i.y A E
McCillre l.i.xic Ki-f
Moore Fre.l 2)
Parker V II :J
P iifien Cars Mrs
IVtiT ,n J A wi: i:-t
I'nH- lli-riy Mrs
MVi'ira' ilt A C
He r:i li-in 1!
1 utta-r ( !i:.r !e
. KKII.N LIST.
Van Ovt rM.hi l.lu- I n:ll
J W. PoTTSll. I'tWIU irtet.
follow ing tigures in detail from i
H. II. Kimball's report of the school
census are of interest: i
rub!ic tcliool enrol meit
l'r.vate s( h.Kil enrollment ....
Parol hinl mlIukiI nrollnti at . . .
A'JL-rtftana rolli-ce riirojinei.t.
i. in i
: is :;:v. ::.
World's I air V i-itors.
Henry Carse and .-on- returned
last evening from the World's fair.
Dr. W. II. Ludewig ha- arrived
home from a Ki-davs" visit to the
The Mis.-es Lucy Khmer and Anna
Hennett are among the visitors from
this citv to the World's fair.
To the l.tveiimrt Kare. !
A special train will leave the ('.. K. ;
I. & P. depot at 1 : lo . ni. dailv Julv i
11th. 12th. loth and 11th, f.'.r the j
Davenport Mile Track. Kct urn ing j
this train w ill leave the track after j
the last race and run through to;
Kock Island. i
a "J?r.v oir.v
and ' used-up " feeling is
the first warning that
your liver isn't doing
its work. And. with a
torrid liver and tbe
iaipuro blood that fol
lows it, you're an easv
prey to all sorts of ail-
ti...- ; ti... n
2- t ake lr. I'ieree's Golden
Medical Discovery. As
, an appetizing, restora
tive tonic, to repel disease and buiJd up tha
needed flesh and strentb, there's nothing to
equal it. It rousts every organ into health
ful action, purines r.:;d enriches the blood,
braces up the whole system, and restores
health and vior.
For every Uisa: caused ly a disordered
liver or impure b'oed. it is the only guaran
teed remeiiy. If it d.iesn't lienefit or cure, in
every case," you have your money back.
SoOO is offered, by the proprietors of
Dr. Sage's Catarrh 'Remedy, lor an in
curable case of Catarrh. Their remedy
perfectly and permanently cures the
Correct Prices, to which we invite inspection.
Stoe Store 104 Second avenue
THE ' QUICK MEAL" is the only
Move having a tank that cannot he ta' en off
for nllinf?. nnle the baruers ar3 ( '9va.
THE - QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove having an indicator to show when the
t tiruem are otx t or doted.
THE ' QUICK MEAL" is the only
ttove having g'nsa tu'e to show the drip
limp of ua o.iae when the st v '- iu U'e.
THE "(iUICK MEAL" is the only
stovt having burners ttat cann I be i pencil
fr r her than t.eccsiry.
THE - QUICK MEAL" is the only
ii'ovc Laving all par s made of material
whiih tanno. r st.
1615 and 1617 Sec;v, d Avri.u-
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & Martin
-Base Bali Headquarters.-
. . 'v".i (-..- !,r;ri"l 1,1
C:?;ar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the line-t liramls of UorDCMicJ
niiu loil-or-u eitor-. All OIUDUi OI looacco.
The score of all the ball game wi'l lie received
L. GLOCKHOFP, Prop.,
1S0S Second Avcnne.
all the latest agonies in
Hot Weather Clothing.
Hoi Mr Goods
Ui-h aie tome1 temptiug
As good as usua ly ecltJ fcr
L DlEh' RIBBKD VtSTS
A6 g( od as is nsually sold
5-2 in. wouli be cheap
enough at 12c, for
Dinner and Tea Sets.
One l.iei',. Tea Set fur iu worth ' .j.u.
One :; Ten Set fur :i.s
One :,'. Tea Set fur 4.75 7.u.i
On ui'i Tea Set fur t.:s .. 7 - ,
O::,. ui, Dinner Set i;..ts .. ;i
(!! I'l'l IMll'lel' Set 7..". -. J ,
One 1 Toilet Set .- -j.'j)
One l'l Toilet Net ..', :; ;.j
One VI " Toilet Set 4.75 7.'.,',
Sale :!! this week if p.oils ::re not eloseil out before the em! of we,
F G. YOU.NG, Prcpriioi.
1728 S-cvitid .v.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITzi
Analytic ami DispensiDa Pharmacist
tow li cnud in bis new buildiDe at the corner of Fifth aveuue
acd Twentyahird street.
J. F. BiKKSFIELB.
ROSEN FIELD BROS.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters
Ilou.-e Heating ami Sanitary riumhin.
Largest Clothing and Shoe Stores in Rock Island County.
Hot Weather Goods
In dark grcui d,
Extra values in
Linen Tow g,
Woolen Dress Goods,
By getting first clabs goods
at lowest prices.
22: Twentieth str.
81 ore 1729 Second Avenue