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THE AEGUS, FRIDAY, AUGUST -.n 181);?.
Celery and sweet potatoes at Hs
Peaches bv the basket at Ik-ss
Excellent music at the IK-morest
Peaches by the ba-ket at DriSEl &
Knee protect. rs for lu and ;r!s
at the M. A. K.
W. II. Killing, of Coal Valley, was
in the city today.
Watermelons and miisk melon- on
k-e at lies Br.".
A nice line f California fruits at
it DrifTi'.l & Gl.-im's.
Nice melon, grapes anil i ananas
at Dri;";Kl jt Gleim's.
iW.'t fail to hear the .'! -inir.
t the lV.niorest content.
KemernU r the dance at at Nfik -rrarden
Driu"!! A: ( ;! irn have the finest line
s.f teas and in the eity.
Some riK-n- -pe ial- in men's and
'! v' ja:i:a'-"ii at tin M. -.V K.
l'ea-ne-. pears, plnrns. or-.iyx-s r:r.d
r.ice Co.. kin'.' apples at l!e-s Ir.s".
S. r.n extraordinary brtr-.'.ii::- in
T.: h's and boys -i;:t- "at the M. & K.
Conduct, r li-itei: a:.d wife, ac
companied i y Mr-. -iniplc. ji f; f-.r
Chica -v. toda .
Attend :!..- oratorical c n t . -1 Ai;.'.
'..!ih. nt the I'.apti-t church, f- r I.;a
t rest -:'.vi r rr.r-.lal.
M. C. K:.-e. of the London d.-thin-Co..
returned la-t i-v.-niri fr. :n a
t i;?ir.t--- trip in the ca-t.
L:t-ii-" ru .t blucher (hini-.
. : .-!n" price Si. worth at l-nt $l..V'i.
A'.I -;ze- :.;. The i;.-tr.n.
Mrs. F. E. Learned and Mr-. . J.
Mil!ik-!i. -f Chicago, are at
the re-idet.o- ..f II. 1). M i k.
" the latest
ntawr.v -i ; : t -.
i-.r.r' oi .Mriinn
&"ny ' " ''-'men"-
jii-t r vei i ! -it t!i- M.
M. A: K.
stock a" ;
stiil- at --i
The police have been notified that
the property supposed to have been
stolen from the farm house of George
Beck, near Cable, has been found.
A wild rutnor is ailoat of a serious
shooting scr ipe at the mouth of Duck
creek last niht, where a number of
Davenport t-port are in camp and
where one i-reported to have shot
another. b;i! the report lacks verifi
cation. William E Tiers and Seth Ehlcrs,
who run the Twin City restaurant,
on Moline avenue, were arrested
this afterniMf n fur attempting to or
nament the j hysioonomy of George
Swan son in l:.-ic style. They will
be obliged i ) give their recipe to
Magistrate Sv-hroeder this afternon.
t'lriet-r C r mpto:i arrested West
Ki -i l- about U-I..H t ..lav for tappin-;
the t its C ails Fra lick's saloon on
F ;;r:'.i avr iuc an.! ev ente nth
-ti i ;. 1J, .;, i entered the sa!on
:: ' .nt I ':5 i o clock, and Franck Wing
a.i-nt. proci edi-d t- help himself.
He p t I.om v hen Mrs. Frar.ck caught
hi m in the act. He ::el and the p.i-'li-i-
wore not; lied.
bcur'f Wo .druiT is an old man.
toop should, red and nervous, but
tieori-e a li-herman. He don't lirh
uareway so to spt aK lor he
a -i :u-. yeternav Com-
ioner Fir-t f.-.und T.--rLro"i-ct,tiri -
i - -
into the river at the f.t . Ei"h-
teer.tl. -tree . and thi- mr-riiin;
Chief . :-n trrested him. tieor-.-
! ' a .-jiu-er s'. -.-y this morning to
M;i-i-trate Sc iru-.'..-r. and he lined
him sf-jo and . -... whi h wa paid.
La-t evc-uiR' at Milan live drunken
eanai ia:" rers went acr-s the rail
road tra ks tc a -hantv t.eeuided bv
place, threw the old man
pro -ceded to strip the
a:: old con
c.ithir. from the old ladv.
By '.his tim Marsha! Reynolds
arrive.! upon the ceio. ainl 'before
the cn.wd eon id be dispersed he had
t-. -h.Mit;n- one man in
t and Fir-t
nr-' reei-h lu tlo ir fail
'ht and rii.-.i :n weight
a: !.- re lu:-.v price.. 1
i.-k'-n lunch at Ja. k Mar-
i- n:-!t. :t.-e:.!h
av. nue. F.ver ! ! v
F. r : i
than .--t v.- :
Other ( :
Kus-iit caif -
- -ame i
i r et
! r n - i'eni:;n.
worth . The-.
;::ne barcitn. T!:
i r-. ete.
the citv i
w here f. r f .n
luade her h-.n
rv dav at
.- idee' for
ii M.-CaiTery arrive.! in
t etenin; from Chicago,
r.n month-- fast sh.- ha-
The tellow was caurrht. but
on j roini.o of leaving the
Latir.it ;. learned' that
id -ady i- su.Terin from the
- -f the a tack.
( oiiks ." L olliu. caii-
koo" Ccllin Las returned to
:y a --iitt e disfigured bt:t still
rin'."" aft.-r his encounter
New ii::i : our shr.- f
is a c-. .rkcr Inc. r.r ci.tir.-..
see our .enn;ie.- --,-.rkinr, sh-es. a
solid, -rrni'i leather. $1. ;.' The B
fi. .-. . . ....
ine 1 1 s ;roin Mr. ii;:ii;n .l .ore s
fonditi .;. t-.day is that -h- i- v erv
TnUClj ir.j!TO e.i. tlie atten.'ir." r.hv-
sicia::. -ayir.-r tliat there i-no ixnme
diate .'anr and the chariees are fa
vorable for h r ultimate ree-.verv.
Manager M .;,tr,.-e. d the Har r.
is liavinrr the barber shop thorough
ly overhauled. The wails ar.- beiur;
covered with the late-t design of
nnifjne and ornamental yiarer of the
ir;p;hte.t and most artistic combina
tions, while the floor is to be covered
Irank Downs, a conductor on the
Lnion line, fell from car 14 at the
corner of Seventeenth street and Sec
ond avenue at 3:3 this afternoon.
He was not feeling well and was
seized with sudden dizziness. He
was carried into Ben;rston"s dru'T
store. His trouble don't seem to be
A suit wa- filed yesterday evening
bv Bernard Martin, through "his at-
tornevs, McEnirv -X: McEnirv. as ad-
mini-trat'.r of the estate rd Marv
Martin, for :. ayaitist the Hock
Island Hailunv conipanv for the kill
in? of his dau'rhter near Muscatine
on J;i!y . 1-fc'.
Mrs. D iia B u deau
attorney. (.. J. searle. lias brought
stilt against the citv for m dam-
ai'e.. claiming that whib driving
alun? Mj'iine avenue she was thrown
out of a btijrjry by a ditch without
lijrhls living constructed bv by Davis
A: Co.. and received injuries from
which she has never fully recovered.
Mrs. Mary Lau-rhran has brought
suit against Peter Fries and I Huber
for to. The ca.-e is a peculiar
one. indeed. Mrs. Lau-hran sued
the late Stephen Marschall under the
iram-shop act as bein;; resr.onsible
for the death of her husband. She
obtained judgment against him. ami
the case was appealed to the appel
late court, which court approved the
decision of the lowtr court, I.
Fries and I. Huber being bis bonds
men. In the meantime Marschall
died, and now Mrs. Laughran has
brou-rht suit against the bondsmen
for the 2.ooo.
World' Fulr Itatm.
Burlington route, C. B. & Q. rail
vay, w ill sell 3()-day limit excursion
ickets to Chicago and return atG.07,
nd excursion tickets limited good to
eturn any day to and including Xov.
.5, 181)3. at $8. For further informa
tion apply to
M.J. Yoi'NG, Ticket Agent.
U. D. Mack, Div. Tass. Agt.,
Bock Island, 111.
:- -ucker in Valparaiso, In.j.
o." it -r.:- went to Val-
and v orked on the L""'-'d
grace- ,.f a -po. t ii; r-. and -ome of
hi- friends br u.'Lt d.-wn an un
kn .wn from Chicago with .".' n t , r
s , in -,iew. C( llins ran a l vard
f -t rue.-, and. !" cu m-. w as beaten.
After the race hi backer no t him
and drew a rev her ..n him. i.tit. rot
r-.s of vor.-. -(;,., koo" had one too,
and a dtul ;- only averted bv
friends of both .arti. s". but from a'il
aj.pearanoLs. -( o.-.koo" seems to have
had -ome r.,n;h handling. Well,
who wouldn't tcke a beating tor a
good wad the-e iar ! times?
The victim is reported to
Chicago detecti e who is out K
Ecr ba Unxwti:
Bert T Kinnry
ho? V ax well
Fre 1 Bioom.
.. A. R. Kocampment
Will be held at Indianapolis Sept.
4. lSfJ3. and to accommodate persons
expecting to att nd the same, the
Rock Island & Teoria railwav will
make a rate of -f'.t.CO for the "round
trip from Rock Idand.
Through cars -vill he run to In
dianapolis on dates to be announced
later. Further .nformation can be
R. Stockhoi sk, G. T. A.
F. H. Rockweil, Ticket Agent.
Depot foot of Twentieth street.
There is no don'at that some of the
most brilliant j,lan ts, such is Venus and
Jupiter, are cap-ib e of c-isting distinct
shadows, as U:i,y l e seen ar,r fine even
ing in the troj.ie. 2ot lon-j'a-o M. L.
Guiot observed 1'na'. Jtij.iUr threw- a dis
tinct shadow of his watch r.pon a wall,
and that he was able to read a newspa
per by the light. M. Move j-hso finds that
Mars is able to cast n shadow, bn t a much
fainter one than Jt piter. He was also
able to count the cuuber of words in a
newspa-itr placed ai the light of the
planet ent'-nn- bv a window, but he
could not rend then.. Exchange.
Two IU-t-nt Invention.
The varied trend of men's mind3 is
well illustrated by the recent invention
of two policeman's 1 allies, one of which
contains knife blade that shoot out from
the interior if the pr soner grasps the in
strument, while the Dther is fitted with a
rubber cap to previ nt the infliction of
unnecessary pain. I "resident Angell of
the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty
to Animals prefers die latter. Boston
. The Musie Leaaon.
"Tour little daughter, as she went out
awhile ago. seemed the very picture of
"She was going t take a music les
. "And your oldest daughter, who ia
now going out. looks even more miser
"She its -.oin to gh e a music lesson. "
2ew York iltss.
A ri-iant Suririe Tarty.
There w a- a p easant little surprise
party given in h uor of Bertha Mav
we'i. at the hom iof her parents. h?
Twentv-tir-t street, last evenin-.
about go of In r triends l-ing pres-eut I
RK TOC IX SEKDT
Waal a cook
Want a partner
Want a auatloo
Want to rent room'
wanl a enrBt e.l
Watt to Ml) a farm
Want to fell a b.ie
Want to rxcfc ripe iBtbio-r
H'ant te wli hon-who'.d
Want 'o w)ke any rea!eta:e
Wart to e-ll r trade fcr ar-riLtn-;
Wsni to fled etis'otners for i.thina
CSS THB.-E COLUMN-.
pHK DAILY AKGl's PCUVEKK' ATVOU"
FOR KENT LAKGE FBON RV , UANO
-KMiniy foraishei. mi r-vh. in tsirabie
local :rn. at ('(' per n. r.:b. Ad?rf, . B.C.
cre ol this orfiee.
IADIF-s WHO WILL DO WIlITIS'ii FOlt VE
n tbf :r home w-.U mik rii -atavs. K.p'y
.M.idrec ni.icr, -s-jnta uec-j. ira.
J T- Montrcs-i v- r
Tuesday tv-., kus. 29:h.
i.Ala.M As;i.7i i ViiS
HI 'fv! i SJS rA
Great Sale of
vm w ii
for the next TEX DAYS at very
low prices. Call and see them.
FfWoiiTii m mm,
all sit s. For eeononiT and labor-saving
there no' fuel to
etjual a (las stove.
Ice Cream Freezers.
1613 and 1 61 7 sSfccoi.ti v-i.ur-.
Lincoln J. farter's
Mammoth m-enic Produetiop.
The Aafal Tenia The Great Iiijjini: -e re
Six Tar Hij:,' a Mtr.-ter S:l. T-.e c---iis:-.n
of two -.!) 1 in r- at fi.ii Ta Mijtty
Oi-ea -a aim wave, raiitiin.' iuo-ja-:a
fc.-'h. 1 i-efnii r.m et a nu-.-iica; coiice.
I'nKS'.-o I a.-S-r a; Niibu sl many olLcr m li.ic
'r. hoid. as wei1. a in aiicr.--..
K -.p a.l y u:z ji.ay-biii prrm:s
Liueoin J. Carrer.
suit's on j'.e An.'. -27 at ITa-pr Hor.-; rtir
Kiisr. I'rice- 5. . 5 c, T5c an 4 i 1.
AND EXPOSITION !
September 9,10, (1, 12, 13, 14 j
S12.000 IS PREMIUMS,
3,2 X in Spri Classfis. j
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & Martin
Tour Knee? Each Day, One of Which
is :t Kunr.iisjr Kacc.
151 CYC EE KACES Thursday, St-pt.
H. at :.'-)'' :i. m.
Steam and electi ie t r.rs direct to
.-PECIAE KATES ON A EE KOADS.
For in formation, jireniitim lists,
and sjced projrraru, apply to
P. W. McMaxi's, Secretary.
A Common Sense Remedy.
What Is most to be desired In the muter of
corauves is gomelhins that does its wort while
yon do yours a remedy that does not interfere
wi h every day duties. Such is
the rreat uterine corrective and toalc Ladies
can nave free conatatira with competent lady
at a Whisker Biock. Davenport.
j -Base Eali Headquarters. -
sx. I .. '.' . ' - -: -.-
3 tf '
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on ':nd the nnest brands of don-cstic
and impord ciifars. A'.I brands yt tobacco.
The score of all the ball games wi'l be received
I. OLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
IMS Second Avenue.
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M M M M tl
MM M M O C
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M M M M CCO II X X X
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M MM M
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M M M
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R BR s:
For this Week.
LADIES' SILK WAISTS Your
choice of any Silk Waist in the
house, have heen $ 1.9 to 6.75,
LADIES' SATTEEX WAISTS And
all cotton waists at
20 per cent off.
CHALEIES-o ' yards,
LAWNS --One ca-e o ) in. wide.
For this Week
SILKS Will eontiu i,
ces on Silk-. ;,.
and all fl.fi.i -ij..
These inclndv .ir-
FIGUEKED INDIA -j
been i 'c to !. -
VESTS Ladi. -' K; .
jrood a you n- ; . ;-,
DUESS GING1IAM i,
1709 ard 17'94 Sc"T.j
The Columbia :
Special Sale for August.
All shrewd housekeepers will not let this opportunity z ' v
takin-r ad vantage of these low prices. Kcnieml.er, s'p. -v!
named in this papi-r hold during August only. One irl.-. :
ti-rures talk: every article warranted. It is important
these -roods at the follovvimr prices: it will be n ce--arv .
. iii. L
lain as .u--iii.i'
Nickel plated Tea Kettle, on copiier,
$1."S. Don't pay -r.'.o) at the
'lin stores f..r the same tiling.
Tin Cups 1 cent each.
Zi.-Z.iir Wash Boards
aieen sun l TniTeila- :.
as they la-t.
Gloria Silk Umbr. '.; i
cent .-olid ba.-k H.i.ri'
clean white cen; r -
5 inch plain China
Our bi' i'. in. Eubber C..ra!, o cents.
I vv",.:- f, . i -
j'dj i.f .-ariiplcs that we are cios-j -in;:
at less than wholesale prices, i '
v 77 ; 7T- ; 77-r, r ! Shakespear's coniid. : w. : -
No. CopjHT bottom ash Boiler sc .
Alarm Clocks Ooc: warranted.
Machine Oil 4c per bottle.
Gent's Fancy Neckwear 'Joe.
Nickle plate Fiat Ir .
Ladies" heavy plated W.i-.-a
written tiarant- w'
last l'l years, pric- ?l.
r ii. Y()U G, Proprietor
1 'Ji bi-rnn.i lv
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic aM EispensiDfi Pharmacist
Is row I -cved in bis tew buildine at the corner of Fif'.h svtuue
ir,d Twentyahird street.
J. F. EoEsriELi.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitteis,
House Heating and Sanitary riunibin"'.
223 Twentieth s'r.
Everyone that trade with us is prosperous.
Good Goods and Low Prices cause prosperity to the consu
mers as well as the dealer.
Comparison is convincing, that without blow or Bragadocia,
we are the biggest value givers in Rock Island county.
Increase your Bank account by trading at the
JSL- t& Id.
Largest Clothing and Shoe Stores in Rock Island County.
Shoe Store 1804 Second avenue Clothine Stow 1729 Second Avenue, 116-122 Eighteenth St.
Savings Bank deposits taken at par in exchange for merchandise. '