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THE AIMiUS, TUESDAY, JUL.Y Lr, 189;;.
Do not miss the rebate shoe sale at
the M. & K.
The rebate slioe sale closes Satur
day at the M. & K.
Get a hat or Ixinnet all leady to
wear at McCabe Bros'.
Miss Martha C'arr, of Cleveland,
)., is visiting in the city.
Look out (or Thursday's under
wear sale at McCabe Bros."
A 89c silk sale tomorrow at Me
Cabe Bros". Double quick.
Thursday afternoon, trimmed hats
at half price, at MeCabe Bros.
Hot weather doesn't interfere with
the relate shoe sale nt the M. & K.
Blackberries, blueberries, pea-,
peaches and plums, at Hes Bros.'
Eli Mosenfelder, of the M. & K..
leaves tonight for the east to buy his
Mrs. S. B. Stoddard left last even
ing for West City, Mo., for a two
A HO Gibson wheel fur.-Do at J.
W. Jones' second hand store, 1022
These are lmrgains one square
piano one at $30, and a second
hand organ $10. at Wood vatt's.
Just think of it! A square piano
at $5i; one at :?o, and a good second-hand
organ $15. at Woodyatt's.
The case of the Morrcll Liquor
Cure Co. vs. Hounds, is in hearing
fee fore Justice Weld this afternoon.
W. 1. Ferguson leaves for Denver
tomorrow night on business which
niav involve liis removal from Hock
W. D. Bruni-r. of Taylor Hidge,
las sold his farm t James Stewart,
and will move his faniilv to Keek
One s.jiian- piaim at ." i; ,,),.
sfniare piano at S;i i; ,,.,(.
in the exeavat ons of the Hennepin
canal alKive M lan, but the reports
v.-ere found on investigation to be
untrue. After (lumping a car of
earth one of ths men working 011 it
was discovered to be missing, and
sonle of the workmen thought he had
been covered bv 'he dump. He was
afterward found, however.
MAY BE ALTERED.
nan.i organ, mo. :i taken tin?
st Woodyat t'-.
The li--avin- 1 iine of t !ic
park spei-ia! outing traiiP
changed to 7 o'clock a! th
boue. in-tead nf 7 ::).
John C. i!vi
rdierilT 'J'. .
V. l -.
s-Uvi. was todav
jiointeil a-i-tant mailing i !i-rk at j
the postnice. -uceeediti llarrv !
Mrs. 1). (i.-ifih- h.i
her son, .iii-!i:-..-!.
Kan.. winTi- 1 h
GriiVin ami tan
pleasant 1 1 me.
A ..'A- ilk sale on
McCabe lro-". (;.")(
all jro at
Talk i t Clia ii.ii g the H iine,-in Citiinl
. Ii:n fiirlijeBetttr.
A represent itive of the Geneseo
Bepu'iilic reeer.tly had n interview
with James C. !)nir, of the Hennepin
cai.ul engineering force, and J. W.
Truss. Jr., tit-Id engineer, just be
fore the headiji. utters of the survey
ing mrtv '.vese moved to' C. dona.
Ti.ey infor::i'.-.l irtnthat the line of
the cinal ha 1 been located ana
adopted from the Illinois river to the
junction with t ic feeder from Dixon,
a point about three miles due north
of Sheffield. Contracts arc now be
ing made for pi rchase of the right of
way from the river to that point.
Their work in that county for the
present is the running of preliminary
lines in order, if possible, to .secure a
better route th in the proposed one
by way of Pen iv slough and Hock
river. They '.cave the old survey
near the Dixon feeder, keeping south
of Green river f 11 they reach section
7. Atkinson ti wiiship. crossing on
Asa Crook's 1: nd just aoove the
mouth of SprinL creek and enti ling
Gcnesco on Lar- Peterson's land in
section 12. Th -y are running alo"g
down the Grcin river bottoms and
will strike tin river near Colona.
This completes : heir work so far a
present instructions go. The stir-
iveyswill tie submitted to l apt. .
j L Marsliall. chi -f of engineers, U. S.
A., at Chicago and upon him will
devolve the fii.al adoption of the
line. It is li.-lieved that the line
they are running is preferable to the
I'eimy slouch route. Mr. Truss
savs there is -rally but fine heavy
piece of work on the route from the
Illinois rier' to Hock river, that lie
ing tin- cut th:ouli a sinir of the
. !. IToni (i, in. Mow,
u err visiting James
v. Thev had a very
and :'h- printed 'hinas.
India and China silk-
"'.Ic on Wed lie:
to have held
library board was
its regular monthly
uieei iask e ening tor oriraiuza
tion, but iii the absence of aquorum,
adjournment was taken until this
Earl Drayton, son of J. W. Dray
ton, formerly of tliis city, had the
two first lingers of His right hand so
badly crushed in the machine shop
nn the island this morning that am
putation was necessary.
A 3-year-old son of Daniel D. Potti
Ijer. of 1212 Third avenue, fell from
his bicycle while riding on Third
avenue la-t evening, fracturing his
lift arm near the elbow. Drs. Evs
r and Asay reduced the fracture
There are three picnic parties at
the Tower today the First Baptist
Sunday school of this city, the col
ored people of the three cities and a
Sunday school excursion, which
came down on the Verne Swain from
Thursday afternoon from 1 o'clock
until (J, McCabe Bros, will sell every
trimmed hat r.nd bonnet in their
sfock irt just one-half price. $3 hats
at $l.,ji, tfj.oo hats for $1 for
$2, $2 hats for $1. and so on through
Mayor Medill and the street and
alley committee opened the bids yes
terday for filling the sideualks" to
grade on Fourth avenue, the contract
being awarded to II. F. Lamp, whose
bid was for 2H cents per cubic yard.
There are about !o 1 cubic yards to l.
Supervisor C.mrad Schneider has
shown his enterprise in taking up
the matter of band concerts in Snen
eer square t his season. lb- has' se
cured sebscripl ion:; sutlieient to fur
nish a series of concert s. the lir-t of
which will be g.ien by Bielli-r's band
John Evans is erecting a 2-storv
building with dimensions of -Ji)
by 7(i on Nineteenth street near
Fourth avenue. It is to be covered
with corrugated iron, and when
completed Mr. Evans proposes to
establish therein a milk depot where
milk, cream and buttermilk may be
had at wholesale and retail at all
A number of telegrams have come
to Mr. and Mrs. Spencer IJaHev, of
K07 Fourteenth-and-a-half street, re
lating to the drowning of a voting
lady at Denver, who it is belie'ved is
their daughter. Mabel, who has been
in Denver a number of years, and
whose age is 21 years. Mr", and Mrs.
Bagley have telegraphed for further
The National Union fraternal or
der has appropriated $2,000 to defray
the expenses of a proper celebration
of National Union day at the Colum
bian exposition, which was fixed at
Aug. 2. The headquarters of the
union at Chicago will be decorated,
and in one of the choral halls in
Jackson park the exercises of the day
will be held.
A rumor was prevalent today toj
the. effect that a man had been burjed
ridge that the C. It. I. & P. cuts
through mar tin- C. 1. A: . cross
Will hot tin- IliRlit "f Wav.
The right of way for the canal
varies from lo i to :.) feet in width,
and in securing it the agents of the
government elos contracts with the
owners where the consider t inland-
are offered at a fair price
Where mutual agreement can not be
reached eoiiden riai ion proceedings
are carried on. Mr. Long savs tin
owners of land required, and re
ceive, a- a rule, .cry poor prices.
What to Si-e in Chicago.
The problem, vvhat to see in Chi
cago, is one that will vex every visi
tor. There is enough to see to keep
one busy for six months. Of course
the great World"- fair will claim the
larger part of one's time, but the
great city of Chi ago is none the less
wonderful. Sixtv years ago the site
of the city was the haunt of wolves;
i) years ago Chicago was a busy
country town. Twenty odd years
ago. w hen a city of 3;o,oi'i popula
tion, it was nearly swept from exis
tence by the m st awful tire ever
kindled: today it is the home of over
a million and a half of people, and is
one of the few really great cities of
No one will n iss seeing Chicago,
and none shoulJ fail to visit that
most wonderful scene, the panora
ma of the great Chicago fire, as it
shows truthfully and upon a scale of
grandeur never before attempted, a
magnificent bird's-eye view of the
entire city while , the great lire was
at its height.
Before the observers lie nearly two
square miles of smoking ruins, five
thousand blazing buildings, and ten
times as many refugees trying to
save themselves from an awful
death. No one visiting the World's
Fair can afford to pass this remark
able exhibition. Its location on
Michig:::i avenue. near Madison
sfreet. brings it v itliin easy walking
distance (if the p'im-ipal down-town
Trariy Income uf I'm in Theaters.
rpl. T : . t. ii i ii
j j. nt; i ..lis j.eiups tins mai xno income
of the theaters o ' the French capital,
including tin; cirriscs and panorama,
was last year C:.',0C:'.,1!1C francs, 1,000,000
francs les-s than the income for lb'Jl. The
list is led by the Grand Opera House,
whose recri;iis .m ounted to S,0(5,4C7
francs. Next to th ) ojiera house are the
Comedie Francaise, with 1,97S,52. francs;
the Opera Couihme. with 1,7C:J, OS 1; Va
rieties, with ', 133,018, and Bouffes Pari
eiennes, with 1,130, "10I francs. The in
come of the Hypolrome was 1,582,3S0
rroud In I tin Tovertj'.
There is a movement on foot to relieve
the home of the late General Kirby
Smith of a mortgage that rested upon it
at the time of liia death. It is a most
worthy object, and we hope and are
sure that the respon ;e will be ready and
generous. General -Smith lived and died
a poor man. He was one of the most
scrupulously honon.ble men that ever
lived, and was too proud in his poverty
to ask or accept pecuniary aid. Mem
"The Hue of White."
Trousers are very wide. Morning coats
are single or doubla breasted sacks or
8-button cutaways. Vests are cut very
high, and with black clothes many gen
tlemen 11 in the t;pace above with a
quare folded scarf, which is apt to be
black also, and separate the scarf and
Test with a line of v hite I forget what
the men call this ban 1 placed inside the
vest. London Letter.
The late duke Maximilian, father
of the empress of Austria, was one
of the most simple and affable of
men. One. day as he was traveling
on the train between his country res
idence and Vienna, ho fell into con
versation with a banker.
Are you going to Vienna?" asked
Yes; to see my daughter. She
has just been married."
Ah!" said the duke. -Mine has
just married also. Was it a good
Excollent! And that of your
"Not bad cither."
My daughter married the banker
"Mine the emperor of Austria."
Hon It I Dona at Court.
One day as Sir Isaac Heard was with
George tho Third, it was announced
that his majesty's horse was ready to
start for hunting. -Sir Isaac," said
tho good monarch, "are you a judge
of heses?" "In my younger days,
please your majesty." was the reply,
"I was a great deal among thenu"
"What do you think of this, then?"
said the king, who was by this time
preparing to mount his favorite, and,
without waiting for an answer.added:
"Wo call him Perfection." "A most
appropriate name," replied the court
ly herald, bowing as his majesty
reached tho saddle, "for he bears tho
best of characters." Argonaut.
LClf'T BE FOOLED
by the dealer who
brings out some
thing clie, that
pays h'un better,
anil snys that it is
"iut " as rood.'1
-' Doctor Pierce's
t l:;Yi-i'Tr i-l niirr-
c:iiccd. If it don't
Leueiit or cure, in
'everv case, vou
have your ni'i'iev ba?k. No other raedi
cine of iu
that it can
likely to be
As a U 01
rillas. or e;."''
At all se.is-.iii-fies.
system. 1 o.
tiou, to the i
is 1 o certain and etiective
i ; told so. Is any other
-cb : cm r. fiesh-Luilder. and
r. r, ; o.'-:iiig ca'l equal the
' I'"- Mot like th3 sarsapa--;.ri:ig
: . !:i all cacs it puri
and buihb up the whole
.). ( v; rv blood-taint and
.'-! '!:)-)n blotch or t-rup-;
1 rcinla, it is a perfect,
unli cd remedy.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
utove hsvinz a tank that cannot be taken off
for filling. nnle? the baruera arc cloaca.
THE -QUICK MEAL" is the only
etove havirig an indicator to show when the
turners are oin-t. or closed.
THE -QUICK MEAL" is the only
ttove ravine glass tubes to show the drip
lin; of ea o'linu when the st ive in in uo.
THE -QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove bavins burner Uat tii-nt be opeLc-il
far.hcr than cocissiry. x
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
i-'me having all parts made of material
which canno". rust.
1615 and 1617 t-ecot d ivi-Eue.
V M OCX!
.M M C O
V M C
M M c t;
M M iXU
M M M
BBI5B HI.-HI. ik,
B BR Ron
B R R IL j A
B BR R
BBBB KRRR o ,
B BR R o o
B BR R o X
B BR R o f,
UK or IX NEED?
Waul a ':irtr.er
W:;r.t a tua'iun
Wurt to rent mom
'iml a servant girl
Want to ftll a tarn:
Want to fA a hone
Want to cxcliai-pe sn thing
Want .ell housihti!! potni
Want tomr.ki any real estate lnans
Want to s'-ll -r trade U-r anyililni
Want to tlad customers for anj tlnni;
VMS T1IEE COLUMNS.
rHK DAILY AKGt'S DELIVERED ATYLTK
door ev r eTcuinc for ISHc per week.
COARDER-i AND ROOMERS WANTED AT
140;i Second avcrue. Call mornini.t.
1 1815 Second Ave.
1 In the
U Koester & Martin
Dress Goods Display.
Monday-, Tuesday ami Wednesday
'of this week we will display the
entire line of imported Dress
Goods of one of the largest im
porting houses in the country
Fancy Hop backings,
Plaid Hop Sackings,
In fact will he able to show you the
Dress Goods Display.
latest things for fall wear i;-, hi
class goods. "
At the same time we will taki- r,r.,.r
for any pattern you can wi ,
select for future delivery.
such chance to see so eV I
line offered again.
But one pattern will In- sol, I f i: .
Delivery about .Sept. 1, or i-,t,.r ;,
Monday, Tuesday and Vediie..!:lv ...
1709 and 17o9i Second avrm
oiumbia : :
Always the Cheapest,
Extraordinary Handkerchief Sale.
Positively the Lowest Prices ever Offered in
this Locality on Handkerchiefs.
LOT 1 o! dozen Embroidered ShiiTon Handkerchiefs at 1
fold each evening from 7 to S. None to children.
LOT 'ii.i dozen Embroidered Swiss Handkerchiefs as
they last at oc each. Xonc of this lot to be sob
LOT 3 Fancy Embroidered Swiss Handkerchiefs at 7e.
l-'-'e and 10c. worth doable.
plated Sugar shells "c each. 1 only to each custom
-plated Photograph Frames at ;!.'5c.
thermometers at u- each.
WE ALWAYS UXDEHSELL. ALL (iOODS WAIUIAMFP
LOST OR STRAYED. A YOCNii NEW
founilland pup; colcr. f potted ycl'ow and
white, i inder wiil return ta ('lub ultun and re
House Raising and Moving-
Kaising brick buildings especially
Address E- A- ROUNDS.
1515 Seventh Avenue, Box
Special to Ladies.
To each of the tlrt One Unndrel ladies wlio
call at our oflice on week licginaini; Mouday, .tu"y
17th, we will present one tKittie of our new Skin
Lotion. Tli'ne are not to be tamples bLt full
sized 4 oz. 00c bottles.
Dr. Spring-teen Medicine '"o.
25 Whitaker Block, Dav nport.
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
-SS. ,-- ( . f f.f.!tltB. . .IS.
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the Uncut brands of don eslic
and imported citars. All biands f tobacco.
The corc of ail the hall games wi'l be received
L. GLOCEHOPP, Prop..
lsf Second Avenue.
F (i. YOUiG, Proprietor.
1728 Second .lv.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORT VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic and Dispensing Pharmacist
I rcw l-ca'td in tii.- r..- l-uM-'inii nt the corccr of Fifth avcuue
aud Te:ity third street.
J. F. Fo'ESFIELU.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters,
House Heating ami Sanitary Plumljin.
223 Twentieth t-tr.
Commencing Saturday, July 22. Ending Saturday, July 29.
Everyone is familiar with our Famous Rebate Shoe Sales, which have been the means of adding
prominence to our shoe store. In addition to the many reductions in price we shall for one week
pive the following:
Those who have attended these
titles (and most everyone has)
know their meaning. Many of
our patrons bti' a supply to last
from one sale to the next.
on all shoes from $4.50 upward
1.25 to $4.00
2.25 to 5.00
1.25 to 2.00
SO to 1.00
None before Saturday, July 22
None after Saturday, July 21).
Do not miss it. Ami do not
blame ns if you fail to attend
Positively for One Week Only.
Largest Clothing and Shoe Stores in Rock Island County.
Shot tore 1SC4 Second aveiu-
Clothing Store 1729 Second Avenue.