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THE A1JGUS, TUESDAY", AUGUST 1V 181)3.
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School suits M. & K. '
New honey, at Paig's.
Egg piant. at BunoherV
Blueberries, at Buncher's.
See Dolly Bros". H-25 ladies' shoe.
Peaches liy the basket, at Buneher's.
Six bars of Kirk's soap for 2.5c. at
"The Tornado" at Hurler's theatre
Fine cooking ami eatinjr apple, at
Tlie best melons in the city, at
Price slaughtered in ladies" shoes,
at Dolly Bros.
Cranberries, sweet potatoes anil
celery, at Buneher's.
PasMg i till selling Hire"., root
beer at 15e per bottle.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Btifunl l.-ft for
Chicago this morning.
See Lincoln J. farter's "Tornado"
at Harper's theatre tonight.
Best ladies" shoe on earth for 1. :.'."
well worth -2. at Dolly Bro".
Messrs. Samuel and Kdelbert Dart
left la-t evening for Palo Alto. Cal.
Have yon tried that Pan-y B'.'-som
nour that I'assijj is selling :it Noc per
select lot of solid silver
just opened, at Mcl'alx
Celery, egg plant, summer sijua-h.
and a full line of fresh veitables. at
Ten percent oil on babv carriage
to close them out. Cash or credit
Met she Bros' pay one half cash
on Saving Bank certilicate. the other
half in merchandise.
A car load of tine bedroom suits,
just unpacked and are now readv at
G. (). Huckstaedt's.
New styles of boys' clothing now
ready everything ilew: inspect stvlcs
and price M. it K.
Dolly Bros, are making' a run on
ladies" shoes, suitable fi,r school or
house wear, for 1. ';.
The spectacular production. "The
Tornado"' is to bo presented at Har
per's theatre this evening.
A great opportunity Id per cent
discount on ail wool dress grinds new
all this week at MeCuhe Bro's.
Wardrobe. a very choice line at
rices consistent with t lie times: cash
or easy payments lluckstaedt.
Kdwin Mocker has returned for
a 2-wceks" visit from Champaign,
where he has boon attending school.
A selection of solid silver novelties
suitable for wedding or anniversary
presents ju-t received, at McCabe
Strasser's Union band will give an
extra promenade concert at Sehuetzen
park, Davenport. Thursday evening
of this week.
J. K. Scott contemplates giving up
his position as mail carrier to enter
the Iowa state university to pursue
the study of law.
Kramer. P.leuer it Co. for job
printing, book landing and blank
hooks. l.Vl Second avenue. Rock
Island. Telephone r'7.
Pear, peaches, grapes, cranberries,
blueberries. huckleberries. egg
plums, gras plums. .banana, oranges
and basket peaches, at Passig's.
This week we have on sale some
special bargains in Body Brussels
carpet. It will be worth your lime to
investigate. (;. i). lluckstaedt.
McCabe Bros1, jewelry department
is the center of attraction this w eek.
Souvenirs and suitable anniversary
presents, are especially displayed.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Coan. of Clin
ton, accompanied by Miss Hamilton,
of Utica. N. Y., spent yesterday af
noon in the city, taking supper at
There is to be quite an entertain
ing roadster race at the Rock Island
track tomorrow afternoon at 3.30
o'clock in w hich Messrs. H. . Dus
enberre, C. H. Deere, T. R. Harper
and J. S. Oil more are to perticipafe.
John Bogue, who is an expert at
crayon sketching, has been turning
his attention to Mississippi river
steamboats, and the result is a series
of realistic drawings of well known
upper river packets.
An agreeable surprise awaits the
theatre patrons at the Harper to
night. The work of renovation, re
painting, etc., has been completed,
and Rock Island now has one of the
prettiest play houses in the country.
Miss Minnie Higgins. daughter of
Postmaster Higgins of Orion, and
one of the best known young ladies
of Henry county, died yesterday, and
the funeral occurs tomorrow "after
noon. Mrs. Robert Fullcrton, of this
city, w as a sister of the deceased.
Mrs. M. Schaum and daughters,
Mises Alice and Bertha, left yester
day morning for their home in Balti
more, after a visit of two .months
with her sons. Rudolph and Albert,
here. They will visit the World's
fair, Niagara Falls and other points of
interest on their way home.
The Union inspired bv spite js en
dulging in a dirty piece of mud
throwing at Chief of Police Sex
ton. As chief. Sexton stands
head and shoulders above any one
who has occupied the position for
many years, and it is not surprising,
perhaps, that his success should ex
ite some envy.
The executive committee of the
Old Settlers1 association of Rock Isl
and county, met vestcrday afternoon.
It was decided to hold the 28th an
nual picnic of the association at
Black Hawk's Watch Tower on Wed-
nesday, Sept. 13, at 10 o'clock a. m.
An attractive prozrara is being
prepared which it, is hoped, will, with
the attraction of t ie Tower, bring
out a large attendarce of the old set
tlers and their families.
The Rook Island. Milwaukee and
Northwestern railroad companies
have released from employment on
their respective lir.es all "but three
traveling passenger agents each in
the territory eat of Chicago, and
also dropped from tie pay rolls sev
eral of the men west of the Mississip
pi. Though the rates to and from
Chicago have been materially re
timed, travel has not jwrceptibly in
creased, and as a mutter of economy
the companies have been compelled
to curtail expenses n every department.
IN POLICE CIRCLES.
Kil Mrt.'.iary Arrested For IteatiiiR Hit
Mrs. Mattie McEnr ry swore out a
warrant this morning charging her
husband. F.dward MtKnary. with as
sault. Mrs. McEnar recently peti
tioned the circuit coi rt for a divorce
from her husband on the ground of
extreme and repeated abuse of her.
Sunday. McEnary who is employed
as teamster on the I'ennepin canal.
called on his wife at the Fourth ave
nue hotel. She granted him an in
terview, and once a'one with her he
assaulted her w ith a ologne bottle,
and such articles aliout the room as
he could get hold of. Chief Sexton
went out to Milan this morning and
put McEnary under arrest.
Fred Cos is being tried this af
noon tor using oOscclc language to
James (Jleason pie: led guilty to
larceny today before Judge Adams,
and was lined $1 and costs and given
J i days in jail. The harge was pre
ferred by Josiah Bonham from whom
he st de a suit of clothes.
Charles Collins got a little too
much benzine on board vestcrday and
c:iost. box cars in the vicinity of the
1!. I. fc P. round house as partners in
a w aitzVjuadrille. and Orticer Brennan
was force. 1 to call the patrol and take
Collin in but was r'orced to leave
said b., cars where th-v were. This
morning Collins tol 1 Magistrate
Schroed. r he guess -d he was
drunk, and he was lined :!and costs.
William Kay, the little Fifth ward
shoemaker and imliiici in. is in trou
ble. Billy, in some uav or other.
has a tendency to drink lots of hops,
and w hen he has just si much aboard
he becomes as vicious as a female
lion. Such was Billy's condition
when Officer Otilwcilcr was called
last evening, for he was using physi
cal force to induce his wife to hold
her peace. Although ;l little man,
Bi!!v makes lots of nois when "free-
brewervated." and while disturbing
the slumbers of his boarders lasi
night, his right eye was put in
mourning, so that this i lorning when
his better half told Magistrate
Schrooler what he hid done, the
iiiire lined him $1 and costs. When
lasr heard Billy was ma dug an awful
plea for liberty.
A Surprise I'art).
finite a pleasant surprise party
was given Asher and F:.nnie Bragg,
at the residence of their parents. Mr.
and Mrs. (ieorge Hut tley. at oi'l
Kighth street, in honor of their 13th
birthday. They were the recipients
of many handsome pros .nts, and the
evening was spent in pleasant games,
after which ice cream, cake, fruits
and confections were served. Those
in attendance were:
Sophia . ohrnton,
Aunie I irnea,
Emma f eltoti,
Elsie St ;e.
Albert Clii u.
Haljih B iiider.
HuBh R ullkcr.
. A. It. National Encampment.
The C. B. & Q. R. R. will sell
round trip excursion tickets for
Indianapolis via Chicago at $10.G2 on
Aug. 30 to Sept. 3 inclusive, good to
return to and including Sept. 4, '93.
For further information apply to
II. D. Mack, D. P. A., "
Fatal KxriloHlon or a Thresher.
Oakland, Ms.. au-4. -."J. At Humerick,
north of this city, u threshing machiue
eupiue exploded, instantly killing George
Noble, a farmer, .iud fatally wounding
Alex. Litton and John Thomas, hired
He Invented llarvej izu.l I'lates.
Ouangk, .V J., Aug. 2. Hayward A.
Harvey, the inventor of the llarveyized
steel armor pi te and rollei screw, died
yesterday morning .roni kidney trouble.
He had l.eeu sick for the past live mouths.
out of many,
Piei ce's Pellets
are better than
1. They're the
easii st to take
that every child takes readily.
2. They're pei-teclly eay In their
action uo grijuug, no disturbance.
3. Their effects last. There's no
reaction afterwards. They regulate or
cleanse the system, according to size
4. They're the cheapest, for they're
guaranteed to give satisfacti in, or your
money is returned. You piy only for
the good you get.
5. Put up in g'as are always fresh.
6. They ctr Constipation, Indiges
tion, ri'iou.a Attack?, bick or Bilious
II-j.. da. ' 3, r.nii all derangecicnts of the
liffw StAr ."h ?d Vioyola
KK OC IS SEED?
want a co. i!t
Want board ere
Want a partner
Want a lua'ioa
Want to rent room
Want a servant eirl
Want to cell farm
Want to cell a bon-e
'Warn to exchsnire nthio)r
Want te cell household gomtc
Want to make any real estate Itmne
WaM to evil or Trade foranythlns
Want to Had cus:omerc tot anything
USK TIIK.-E COLCMSS.
rHB DAILY AKGUS DELIVERED AT YOUR
door ever et-eii'.tie lor lH- pe week.
FOR REST I.AKGE FKOS RV , HAND
comely tnrnish?, cac tnd l;h. In 'ecirable
location, at $10 per mtith. Adlre-c, . B.C.,
care of this office.
WANTED MAS IS THIS CITY WITH JS.0
C'h Capital to ctart a 1 rm h of onr b t
n e. fVni r er month can eas ly be mane. Bui-n-;c
etricly lepitimata a (3 p ri.ar.erit: now in
operation in ceveralcitiec ..ii,ins mniy. Par
tite with the required cap 'al. tnan . (r bn-ini-s,
a.ldress: LivntsCE A IIorKi-, eave Boiling.
Cincinntt i, O. y
J Mcntrore v' ager.
Tuesday Evn Avlz. 29th.
Lincoln J. Carter's
Mammoth Scenic Production.
The Awful Toruadn. The Great h ijitrine frcie
fit Tan. Furling a Monster Mil. 1 lie elision
f two ocean liner at full sH-i d. The Mighty
open sea erne, with wave runninz muuri.in
hii.-h. l'lsectiii rm.rn cf a medical college.
i'l.K-HL'O fcarhi,r at Nifcht, aid many other scenic
To ht,5d. a well a- win mcccsc.
Keep all j- tir p ay-hill proinig. s "
Lincoln J. Carter.
Sea- on sale An:. 47 at Harjier House Thar
macy . l'rices '5-. 5 c, 75c and il.
$12,000 I PREMIUMS.
-$3.2X) in Sp-r-i Class?.
r'our ltaces Each Day, One of Which
is a Kunninr Kaec.
HICYCLE ItACES Thursday. Set.
14. at K:3') a. ni.
Steam and eleetrie ears direct to
SPECIAL HATES ON ALL HO A OS.
For information, premium lists,
and speed programs, apply to
T. W. McMants, Secretary,
RufTenrc from aili entc pecular to their ccx can
the reliable uterine corrective and tonic will per
manently relieve the worst cacec. Book giving
full particnlarc mailed free. Address: hoom &
Whilaker Block. Ouvenport.
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
Largest Clothing and Shoe Stores in Rock Island County.
Shoe Btore 1804 Second avem Clothine Store 1729 Second Avenue, 116-122 Eighteenth St;
Savings Bank deposits taken at par in exchange for merchandise.
Great Sale of
for the next TEN DAYS at very
low price?. Call and see them.
MVOIITII Ul STOVES,
all sizes. 1-or economy and la-lor-savinr
there is no fuel lo
etpiial a (ias stove.
Ice Cream Freezers.
1615 and 1617 Secoi d 4viiu.
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & Martin
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
CiRar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on l:and the tnect brandc of domestic
and imporud ciKarc. All brandc it tobacco.
The .core of all the ball eamee wi'l be receired
L. OLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1S08 Second Avcnne.
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For this Week.
LADIES' SILK WAISTS Your
choice of any Silk Waist in the
house, have leen $1.98 to $6.75,
LADIES' SATTEEX WAISTS And
all cotton waists at
20 per cent off.
CH ALLIES o) yards.
LAWNS -One case 30 in. ide,
The Columbia : :
The Greatest Bargains in Stand and Hanging
Lamps ever offered in this vicinity.
Tb lot ) &d been refngfd by a dealer aff?r th-?y ar
rived snri !a'd in a railroad warehouse for gome time.
By t iM g ihe ei tire ine, which went into the hundred
of dollar?, I bought them at a great sacritioe, which I
propose .o give yt.u the benefit to reduce the stock. All
th latest styles and prices that cannot be cup icated
anywhere ehe lor near the money.
K O. YOLG, Proprietor
1728 Second iv.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic DispDsiDs Pharmacist
Is row l ct, d in his oew buildine at ihe corner of Fif:h aveuue
and Twentythird street.
J. F. Eoesiield.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters,
House Heating and Sanitary Plumbing.
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For this Week.
SILKS Will continue our ,,w
ces on Silks. Cheen,-.- ;
and all f 1.00 silks
These include dres, att. s . ,
FIGUEI1ED INDIA MLKs -j v
been 50c to C9c, -o at
VESTS Ladies' Ribbed V,-t. ...
rood as you usually j.-t v l j,.. ; ,
DRESS GINGHAMS (iood ,
1709 and 1709J Second avenue.
223 Twentieth tr.