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THE AEGU8, WEDNESDAY, JUKE 14, 1893.
Sweet potatoes at Hess Bros.'
Spring chickens at Hess Bros.'
A full line of fresh vegetables at
Watermelons am" musk melons at
Hess Bros'. .
Concert at tho Kim street ' jjanlen
tomorrow evening. . . ,
For rent Nice furnished rooms,
SherilT 1. ('onion has returned
from the World's fair.
A jreat big can of pumpkin for 0
eent.at Dritnll & (Jleiin's.
Raspberries, gooseberries, eherries
and apricots at Hess Bros'.
Otto's famous band tomorrow night
at Hinchcr's Elm street garden.
Mrs. Butler, of Santa Clara, Cal.,
is visiting Mrs. Elizabeth Harper.
Watch the locals for McCabe Bros.
Friday and Saturday night specials.
Don't forget to attend the concert
at Elm street garden tomorrow even
ing. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Walker expect
to leave for 1'hicago tonight to see
Peak & Frean's wafers are among
the goods sold cheap at Driftill &
Miss Mamie Maroney has returned
from a pleasant visit" to Marshall
Wanted A girl. Must be a good
cook. Wages $8..-i. Call at 2321
Table sauces, pickle. French peas,
French mushrooms and olives at
Driflill V tileim's.
Mrs. Ja-di Moses, of Pueblo. Colo.,
is in the cits visiting with her triend
Mrs. A. A. Kogors.
Strawbi-rrics. oranges lemons,
bananas and a full line of vegetables
at Dritlill - (Jleim's.
Kverv cape or jacket sold at Mc
Cabe Bros, this week draws a line
gloria umbrella free.
Mr. an. I Mrs. .1. E. (inl.Umith left
this morning for Chicago, where they
will vi-it the World's fair.
Potted beef, tongue, chicken, tur
kev. duck. piail. chicken livers, etc.,
at "cost at Ib iiVi! ii ( Jleim's.
The tirst of the series of concerts
by Otto'.- famous band Thursday
evening at Elm street garden.
A marriage license was is-ncd to-,
dav to K' '. August C. Mtunticke and
Miss Th'sa si-lla of this city.
An i JJgctie canvass is being made
bv tlu 4 men sutTragi.-ts looking to
get tin Trfnt a full vote at the time of
the sc! w election and the results
are ej .-i ted to b- shown in the reg
istration lieNt Tuesday.
Mr-. M. W. l.von and family leave
Rock l-!and tomorrow morning for
the ea.-t. In Chicago Capl. Lyon
will meet them and after visiting the
Wvrld's Fair they will jnceet! to
their new home at Providence. R. I.
A cordial invitation is extended to
the public bv the young ladies of St.
Marv's parish to an entertainment.
A strawberry and ice cream sociable
will be held in Columbia hall, corner
Fifth avenue and Twenty-second
street, on Thursday evening. June 15.
Jame- Foley, an S-year-old
a veil port bov. got beyond his depth
while bathing in the river last even
ing in the east end of town, and was
rescued a few moments later by a
gentleman who saw him go under,
lie had not been in the water but a
few moments when recovered, but it
was impossible to keep up respira
tion and he expired.
The endorsers of the Columbian
exposition notes held a well attended
meeting at the rooms of theMoline
Business Men's association last even
ing. The declaration prepared by
Messrs. Jackson anrl Velie defining
their obligation, was submitted and
approved. The meeting adjourned
after an exceedingly pleasant confer
ence, with the best of prospect look
ing to the immediate disposition of
Louis Englill. the well-known
tailor, who has been in the employ
of M. V K. the past four year-, has
concluded to embark in business on
his own account, and with that end
in view has purchased 1st" tailoring
establishment oi Henry Wcndt on
Eighteenth street and will take poss
ession tomorrow. Mr. Eiiglin has
been a resident of the city 11 years
and being ac'iuainted with the busi
ness in every detail will no doubt
meet with abundant success.
IMm1 From an I'uibrella THrnst.
Washington, June 14. Dominick Shea,
19 years old, who was wounded with an
unbrella in Washington City by a man
named Wooil in nn altercation over a
woman, is deml. The ferule of the um
brella was thrust through his left eye,
piercing the brain, anrl the young man
was almost crazy with agony until his
death. Wood is held on a charge of
Havana fa noted for its numerous ciutw,
and one, Circulo le Asturianas, with a
membership of 18,000, is supposed to be the
largest in the world.
The only Pure Creanvof Tartar Towtler, No Ammonia; No Alum (
-used in Millions of HcrreB 43 eaT8tb.e 8tandard.-
CORRECT EVENING DRESS.
the Various Articles Thct Slake Cp tb
Continue of a Well Dretsed Man.
To begin with, evening dress should never
be worn befc:-c 6 o'clock; in thesedays when
people dine so late it is seldom Worn as.
early. Ordinarily at home a man may
wear a black sack coat with silk collar,
waistcoat and trousers to match. With
this coat, which i3 called a "dinner" coat,
should always lie worn a black cravat not
made trp, but tied by the wearer in a simple
bowknot. This style of costume is suitable
only for most informal dinners at home, or
In summer nt the houses of one's intimate
With what is usually called a dress coat
(swallow tail) should bo worn always, ex
cept when in mourning, a white lawn crr.
rat tied in a bowkcot. This may be
starched or not, as tho wearer prefers, but
Is somewhac trimmer looking if starched.
With this coat a black waistcoat may be
worn. It should be biuKlo breasted, with
black buttons. In case a white waistcoat
Is preferred (it is usually considered more
dressy) it should be made of pique or lomt
similar fabric that can be washed. It
should be single breasted, with buttons
covered with the material or else plain
Apropos of buttons, it is well always to
avoid anything conspicuous, no matter
how costly. Plain pearl buttons maybe
worn in the front of the shirt or plain gold
rtuds, or even silver. Oriental pearls are.
often worn. These, if not too large, are to
be preferred. Even though a man is in
mourning he ehould wear evening dress.
He may wear the dinner coat, etc., as de
scribed above, or the swallowtail, with a
black silk (not satin) cravat.
White waistcoats should not be worn
with black cravats nor with dinner eoats,
neither bhould a man in mourning wear
satin facings and satin cravat. Plain black
silk is best.- A very prominent part of
evening dress is the footgear. Plain black
ilk hose with patent leather pumps are
best. Some men prefer low shoes. In this
case they should be made without toe caps.
A great many young men wear elaborate
embroidered Lose, but this class is also apt
to wear jeweled studs, riujes. etc.
It is the man in the perfectly laundered,
well fitting plain linen shirt, white starched
cravnt, plain studs, well brushed and
pressed clothes, plain Mack silk stockiuirs
and pumps who makes the best appearance.
And the man in the embroidered or tucked
shirt front fastened with jeweled studs,
watered silk facings, white silk waistcoat,
gold buttons, gorgeously embroidered hose,
is not "in it.'' Vogue.
Tin- l:o.-icctatTc Aj-etl Tor.
The workhouse is the bugbear of the re
spectable poor, lie would frequently far
rather starve than enter it. The provisions
of life within its walls art; framed to tiis
couracre the loafer mul the casual. They
consequently press wonderfully Lnrd on the
men and women who lire neither, but who
have been worsted in the battle of life.- It
is easv to say these people, should save
against the inevitable iv.iny day, ami to
quote the example of the French and Scan
This kind of advice is generally given try
those who have never actually gono into
the homes of the poor and faced for them
selves the problem and conditions of their
life. That infinitely more economy might
be practiced nobody in his senses would
venture to deny, that an annual saving iu
drink and tobacco would provide for old age
in true in many instances, but there are
thousands of poor who have worked hard
and lived Lard, and yet find theinrtlves.
with advancing age staring tuem in tho
face, with the very smallest or no provision
for that grimr.nd necessitous future.
A long illness mav sweep awn- iLe scan
ty savings of years, and in very few trades
are there not weeks in every year wlV-re
,vcJ-k is either very suack or uosent alto
gether. Every year emphasizes tin .se c eco
nomic conditions, bringing fret : --..cr;;
into fields already overstocked, while t . e
volume of trade and the returns froi.i ."i:ii
cultural pursuits perceptibly dwiiuie.
With the Aid of the C hiiflren.
Dr. Jane Robbins' scheme to have xV.n
children of the city, particularly t he tene
ment children, join in a league to fight ilirt
and through dirt disease is u strong testi
mony to the underlying principles of the
kindergarten movement. It is through the
children that Dr. Kobbins will reach the
real offenders the miserably poor, stupid
and ignorant parents and as iu sanitation
so in morals and character. When the
board of health consents, as it conilaiiy
does, that the public school system shall le
utilized, and its children carry the banners
of health into the most noisome and germ
breeding corners of the city, the wisdom of
the board of education in permitting the
same small reformers to spread the leaven
of right living in the same crime producing
centers is splendidly supplemented. New
Wherein iHexican I,aw Is Strict.
It is contrary to law in Mexico for a
woman to take the veil. The government
is so strict in enforcing this law that a
young woman of the City of Mexico who
started the other day to enter u convent in
this country was arrested by the authorities
and taken back to the city. The plea was
that her relatives were opposed to her tak
ing the veil. Xew York Tribune.
Just a I'lain C itizen.
Ex-President Harrison while out on a
gunning expedition was theobject of much
interest and attention from the residents of
the region through which he passed. This
incident, among others, occurred while ho
was on a rairway train coming into Peoria.
A fellow passenger one of the fair sex ad
dressed him, saying, "I beg pardon,-but arc
you President Harrison!''' "No, madam,"
was his reply; "I am licnjamin Harrison of
Indianapolis." San Francisco Argonaut.
Traffic In Iometicatetl Crickets.
Crickets are held in high value in certain
parts of Africa and constitute an article of
commerce. Some enterprising merchants
rear them carefully and sell them to the
natives, who are very fond of their music,
thinking it induces sleep. New York Recorder.
Bednced to a Science.
Amateur Landlady How do you manage
to keep your boarders with such poor ac
commodations and so little to eat?
Mrs. limdiet (confidently) I let them
run a week or two behind with their bills,
and they never catch up. New York
Weekly. , '
Hheumaiiim Cared in Bay.
'Mystic CurVfoi- rheumatism and
neuralgia radically cures in one to
three days. Its action upon the -tern
is remarkable and mysterk
It removes at once the cause and the
disease immediately disappears. The
first dose greatly benefits 75 cents.
Otto Gkotjan, Druggist,
THE MOST STUBBORN
Skin and Scalp Diseases, the worst
forms of Scrofula, all blood - taints
and poisons of every name and nat
ure, are utterly rooted out by Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery.
For every disease caused by a torpid
liver or impure blood, it is the only
remedy so certain and effective that
it can be guaranteed. If it fails to
benefit or cure, you have your
Eczema, Tetter, Salt-rheum, Ery
sipelas, Boils, Carbuncles, Enlarged
Glands, Tumors, and Swellings, and
every kindred ailment, are com
pletely ard permanently cured bv it.
KK YOU IN NEED'
Want a cook
Want a rtirtner
Want a situation
Want to rent rooms"
Want a servant K"l
Want to fell a farm
Want to sell a lion?e y
Want to exchanpe amtbirjp- N
Want te fell iiouxeholri pood?
Want to make any real estate lonnf
Want to sell or trade for anything
Want to find customers for anytuinir
USK TIIEE COLUMNS.
THE DAILY' AHGl'S DELIVERED AT Y OUR
door every evenine for 14'4c per week.
'OK (KNT.-II01"SEV)F tkn kooms. in
iUire at 1114 Third avenue.
'OR RKNT KIBNISHK1 KOOUS.
drefs C, care of A Hues office.
W ANTED LADIES AND (iKNTLEM E.N FOR
home employment or to travel. :15 and
expenses. Call on L. Dustman, Hxteenth
MAN" WANTED: SALARY AND EXPENSES.
Permanent place : whole or part time. Ap
ply at once. Ilrown Hros. Co., Nurserymen
WANTED ;LZ1EKS: MIO!' WORK;
steady employment for rapid workers.
The Morgan Co , Wc-t Twenty-second and Union
ttreets, Cliicairo. 11!.
A,ENTS WANTED AiiENTS TOTAKE OR
derfl In every town and city; commission or
libera! salary to anrressTj-, eolicitor: steady
is the best skin lotion in use. It contains ln
mineral or oily substances. Sold by
THE WARREN BROWN CO.
Room 15, Ditfoc Block, Davenport, corner
Third and Brady.
M patre Medical treatise containing mm ti infor
mation and many valuable receipts free upon ap
plication. House Raising and Moving-
Kaisinp; briek biiihlinjrs es-poeially
Address E- A. ROUNDS,
1515 Seyenth Avenue, Box 131
Correct Prices, to which we invite inspection.
Largest Clothing and Shoe Stores in Rock Island County.
Shce 8tore 1S04 Second avenue. Clothing Store 1729 Second Avenue.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove havina a tank that cannot be taken off
for filling, nnless the burnera are closed.
THE ' QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove having an indicator to show when the
burners are open or closed.
THE -QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove havinff glass tubes to show the drip
pin of ca-oline when the stov-- is in use.--
THE -QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove having nnrnera that cantot be opened
farther than necessary.
.THE QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove having all par's made of mate-rial
which cannot rest.
1615 and 1617 Second iwnue.
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & Martin
se Ball Headquarters.-
Clear Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the nnest brands of domestic
and imported ciears. All brands of tobacco.
The score of all the ball games wi'l be received
L. OLOCKHOFP. Prop.,
1808 Second Avcnnc.
all the latest agonies in
For the beginning of Summer
visit all departments.
SILKS for beauty, style and
comfort, at eilk counter
WOOL FABRICS, novelties in
weaves, varied in c. lors.
UMBRELLAS for the summer
and rain, atUmbreila stand
LAWKS, muslins, mulls, defy
the heat, expense not great,
produces "fetching" effects,
at cotton goods counter.
These Prices Speak for themselves
One Price to all-Spot Cash.
Lace Curtains for the Week.
Our $0 23 Laca Curtains now - - - $.) 2i
xir 5 50 Lace Curtains now .... 4 .-0
Our 4 r0 Lace Curtains now - i-j.'js
Take 3our choice out cf w ash basket full for 10c. Buy i.ow
A bright job four-in hand, puff and tecks in all shades, your
choice for 25c 25c. They will be sure to move it the
prices; come earlv and get y ur pick.
Patent Mo Sli.-k nt ;?-lioop W.mmIiii Pails I'm-. 15:i-.- liii - .',
u. Spaulilin National Lvalue 1.2". Par!'r Mati ln-s lo a jn- '.
F G. YOUNG, Proprietor.
1728 Second A v.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic and Dispensing Pharmacist
Is row located in his new building at the corner of Fifth aveuuc
and Twenty-third street.
J. F. K"KSF1EI.I. Tom KosesfielI'.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters,
Hou- H.-atinjr ami Sanitary Pluniltitiir.
Scotch and dornesiic, or
gandies or chauibrey y01,
can't miss them.
HOSIERY and gloves, a va
rietymarked styles at the
RIBBONS arid lac-s.
SUMMER FLANNELS for ten
nis aid outing, at novelty
For everything in season,
in. beauty and worth,
this store is headquar
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