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TflEAKGUa MONDAY, JULY 30, 1834.
Buy a home of Kcidy Bros.
Insure with Hnesing & Hoeft.
Kcn.il the new adv. of Yonng & Mc
Comba. Tiik Arinrs World's fair series is
ia popular demand. Preserve it.
Money to loan on real rotate secur
ity. Apply at Jackson & Hurst's.
The lirni of Ohlwriler & Vogcl has
been dissolved ly mutual convent.
Mrs. T. J. Hatpin, of St. Louis, is
Id Kock Inland on a visit to relatives
Lieut. J. T. Thompson and family
leave for Omaha, Wednesday of this
II. Tremann & Sons are two doors
eat of their former location on Third
Mrs. J. R. Itrittain returned Satur
dav evening from an extended visit
M. C. Hire, of the London, has
pone to New York on his fall pur
Read the trade-holders' column in
the big adv. of Young & MeC'ombs'
on fifth page.
Picturesque America" are you
(retting the M-rics? Hack numbers at
Tn C Ai it s ollice.
Morris llosenlield is reported bet
ter today, ami his ailment is not re
garded as serious.
Ribbons and scissors, very, very
cheap, in extra good qualities at
The People's party of Rock Island
county holds a convention at the
court house tomorrow.
Schilling's Model Form" corset,
so loudlv advertised. No. N'jH, here
after "oc at Mi-C'abo Tiros.
Hargains in rrockery and lamps
this week at Young fc MiC'onibs.
Read big adv. on page five.
The R. & (;. corsets. No. 101. al
ways sold at t. hereafter Cc at Mc
Cabe Bros". Your size please?
Picturesque World's Fair," the
best published. The Altai's is now
disposing of at 15 cents a number.
Jo to Harper's theatre tomorrow
night to hear Ir. Mnk'a great illus
trated lecture on Urainology. Free.
John I. Sloan, of St. Paul, super
vising inpecior of steamboats of the
upper Mississippi, is at the Harper.
Maj. J. M. I'.oardsley is recovering
ticclv from the effects of the recent
nasaf operation performed by l)r.
(lo to ll.tr (wr theatre tomorrow
night and hear Mrs. Vivian Mak, the
champion ladv pianist and autoliaq
Miss J.isfphinr Hawer.. who has
been visiting in Rock Island for
some time, has returned to her home
For scissors go to Mclnfyre-Reck
Co. legant razor steel shears and
scissors at V5 and fiO cents, worth
tip to tl.'.'.l.
A delayed shipment, 100 the lar
gest size if those ISrusselene rugs,
'I6x7l', go at lJc, whiie thev last at
Ir. S. C Plnmmer Jr., John Bahn
sen and Bernard I. Onnelly return
ed last evening from a few days' out
ing up the river.
Mclntvre-Rcck Co. say that those
45 cent f(albri?';an shirts and draw
ers for men arc going at 2! cents:
will not last the week out.
Tltr. Ai:;t s has receivcii a splen
diil new serial entitled The Face of
Roscnfcl," which will be started at
the conclusion of the present story.
The Ladies" Aid society, auxiliary
to the Sons of Veterans, will give a
lawn social in Court House square
Tuesday evening. leu cream and cake
will be served.
12 cents per yard buys the 2.3 cent
quality of 5f inch Henrietta. L'l't
cents buys the It cent extra lini-di
quality. For this week only, at Mc-
iutyrc-iiiTk in, .
A scared manufacturer of chenille
cover unloads. Mct'nbe Bros, state
that they have never heard of such
low prices, (iood "-! covers fringed
heavily at 40c and 77c.
II. Tremann & Sons' meat market
has been moved two doors east of
the former location on Third avenue,
tending tho building improvements
about to be made there.
All member of the Tri-city Danc
ing club are invited to a complimen
tary dance nt the Watch Tower to
morrow evening. A special car will
return after the dance.
An object lesson. Free trade In
the crockery department this week
at McCabc P.ros". 10)-pi)iec dinner
sets, genuine English semi-porcelain,
guarantee)! not to craze, only fo.SH.
Don't miss Melntyre-Reck Co.
warded Highest Honor
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Cup Ocjm of Tjrur Powder. Free
kom AmmonU, Alum or any other adulterant
40 YiVUtt THfc STANDARD.
ribbon sale. Ture all silk ribbon.
Nos. ft aud 7, at 5 cents a yard; 9 and
12 at 9 cents a yard; 16 and 22, IS
cents a yard. No more when this lot
Quite a number of Rock Island
cyclists will probably attend the
league of American Wheelmen at
Denver next month. C. A. Blakcs
ley has the arrangements in hand
as far as this city is concerned.
A pony driven by the sons of Phil.
M tchell. became unmanageable near
Trinty church Saturday evening,
having taken fright at an Elm Street
car. The animal dished one of the
cart wheels and dnmied the boys out,
but no serious damage resulted.
The first misfortune that has at
tended balloon ascensions at the
Tower tli is year occurred yesterday
when just as the rise was to be made
the high wind capsized the air ship
ami set it on fire. A big hide was
burned in the canvas, and the event
, The chorus of tho Andrews Opera
company is to sing at the Tower in
connection with Otto's band on Wed
nesday and Friilay evenings of this
week. It is understood that Man
ager Kindt will build a ship on the
water at the foot of the Tower ami
present "Pinafore" 'n a realistic
style on the wrek following.
The B. B. C.'s of Broadway Sun
day school, members of Miss Gregg's
and Mrs. Marquis1 classes, will serve
a lawn supper on Tuesday evening at
the home of Mrs. Marquis, beginning
at C:!5i). A very nice supper given
for 25 cents. Other refreshments
served also. A pleasant program
will add to the evening's entertainment.
Jtin.?. Flynn Breaths Ilrr Last Funeral
at Mm. M II. Cuak.
Mrs. S. Flynn died at the home of
her son-in-law, Edward Hink'ey, on
Thirty .first street, at 8:.V last "even
ing, after a 2-vears illness, the cul
mination of which was paralvsis of
the brain. The deceased was M
years of age June IS last, and had
resided in Kock Island 10 years. She
was the widow of the Tate James
Flynn, nnd is survived by the follow
ing children: Frank A." Flynn. Mrs.
Annie Hinkley nnd Miss Surah
Flynn of Rock island, and Mrs. Ju
lia Maltas, of Welton, Iowa. The
deceased was greatly beloved, and
her demise is a blessed release from
long suffering and affliction.
1 be funeral will be held at 2 I
tomorrow from the house to St.
Mrs. Ilrlilfftit llrmlf-rlt'k.
Mrs. Bridget Brodcrick, of 2100
Second avenue, died at St. Anthony's
ho.-pital at 0:50 yesterday inoruin?.
of general debility. She was born in
Ireland in 124, came to t'lis country
in 14, was murrieil 41 years ao n't
Ottawa. She leaves one daughter,
Mrs. Ella O'Connor, of Cellar Rapids.
The funeral occurs from St. Joseph's
church at 9 o'clock tomorrow morn
ing. Fnnrral of Mn. M. II. t ook.
The remains of Mrs. M. II. Cook
arrived from Ottawa, where the fun
eral servi-es were held, at 5:10 last
evening. Accompanying the body
were Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Taylor,
Charbfs P. Taylor, C. E. Case " and
Miss Louise Case. A large number
of friends gathered nt the depot and
formed the cortege to Chippiannock
eemeterv, where Rev. Smith, of the
Ninth street M. E. church officiated
in the burial ceremony, and where
the interment was made"
Mike MeGuirc and Frank Burns
got on a glorious skate yesterday
and were run in this 'morning".
Squire Sehroeder lined ea'di $3 aud
costs this morning.
Charles Brown, a stranger in the
city, was found on the river bank
yesterday, suffering with ague, and
taken to the station in the patrol
wagon, win-re he is ticing cared for
Waltor Edwards was before Squire
nenrocuer inis morning 011 a
charge of vagranev, but the
Squire, after hearing the case, let
nun on condition that be get out
of town in 10 minutes, a chance
which he cladly accepted.
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. LaVelle wel
comed a first born sou Sundav morn
Mr. and Mrs. William Flack, ol
South Rock Island, have a new girl
at tneir home.
Walter. II. Harms, substitute car
rrier at the post ollice, rejoiceth ii
the arrival of a son at his home.
. C'niiili used I'oirrr.
She IITe I read in tlio paper that if
the forco FMployed by women in lacing
tli'.-ir etnysuuil buttoning tne boot could
be condensed it would more than roflice
to drivcall tin niuchiiuTv in the factories
nnd the railway engines in tho whole of
He Good gracious! Why, then the
concentrated iWLr of their tongues
would be cupable of lifting the earth off
its hmgea! Westfidischcr Kuricr.
t:ir.rv iii ii.m.xi.
Jnly 27. Estate of Crist Gibson.
1 root posting and publication bled.
Thr Meat tier.
Generally fair; warmer today;
stationary temperature Tuesday.
Parks' Cough Syrup cures coughs,
colds and consumption. Mrs. Cath
erine Black, of Lc Roy, N. Y., says:
"I took one botllo of Parks' Cough
Syr 11 p. It acted like magic. Stop
ped my cough and I am perfectly
well now." Sold by Hartz & Ulle-mever.
To RoUd a Big Criarch.
Messrs. Robert McFarlane. Wm.
McConochie, John McConochie,
Robert McConochie. Robert Clark.
William McFarlane and Duncan Mc
Farlane left this morning for Ottum
wa to enter npon the work of erect
ion of the $30,000 Episcopal church
there, for which McConochie & Mc
Farlanc have the contract. The an.
dertaking will consume a year's
A FAITHFUL SENTINEL
IK GUARDING ONE or tlCL SAM'S IORTAI4
RELATES HIS EX PKRlT&NCB.
Treasury Department, U. S. Immigration l
Service, UufftUit, X. 1 f
Worij'8 Dispensary Medical Associatiosu
Dror Sim From enrly ebildhnnd I hare mif
rnrvHl from a &lugrriuh liver m-itb all the dis
order uoaompniiyinK such a companion.
Uoctora prescriptions una potent uietUeines
I have used in nhuiflnnw; they only afforded
temporary relief. I was recoiniiieiiilcd to try
Dr. Tierce's lirasnnt Pellets, i did so, taking
three at night and two after dinner every
day lor two weeks. I then riluced the dose to
one " Pellet " every day and continued this
OK MONEY RETI'KNED.
practice for two months. I have In six months
increased in solid flesh, twentv-eix pounds.
I am in better health than I ha'vo been Bin
childhood. l)rowmts and iinpliuwirit teel
ln8 alter meals liuve eoumlewly disappeared,
V. 8. Inspector of Immigration.
RK von rs NEED?
Want a co;k
Want a part nor
Want a situation
Want to rent room
Wnul a servant pirl
Want to oll a farm
Want to ell a hnnne
W.".m to exchange anvthlnjr
Want tc sell hnuitehold kimhI
Want to make any real eotate loan4
W ant to 11 or trade for anythtne
Want to Bnd cuetomcn for anythuiK
USB THE.sE COLUMNS.
ITK PAT.Y AKGl SDELn-EKED AT YOUR
1 door nrjTj eveuini: for Pie per week.
ANTr.n riRT-n.Ass r-ixiN3 ro-jm
clrl. :M! Fif:h avenue.
rANTEn ATTne not'K 1 -i.ant uock.
au cxpc:ienceii aiutnj-roc m pirl.
YTANTE ? CANVASSE'-S Fi)Il THE POR.
trai' bnKin in ,Mi. ne ami Oav.npTt.
fit! a 411 Fnrrtfthiil ...... ..
01.. Hoot l;lnnd.
WAXTED-COOH CANVAS- EH; SAURY
n 1 expelle from t-ttr! : jmmI cllillre for
advunr. ment. Browa B;os. Cuinpanj, nursery
men, Chicazo, III,
WANTED - A OA PA III. E Max TO LOOK
aft. r tur trade in Kock Inland and vieinity.
'ermanent itoi'ttton and irr.oJ nav. laritu at
once to Ellw anger 4 Utrry. hoche ter. X. Y.
X tt'AVTlin TV EVrtw ii-i-TV
iti the I ni'edMuteK. :.". nr nu. ml. u.l
rtenpea. t fK Miivrti.i.-u .......
te-lnd .i do nmniMxilv. ' Ar1ur.-. K. i n.
M CoionKde huildiiit', limimn. Mai.
CALE O? IIorsEltoI.D Fl RNITI'KE OON
O aij-tinsr of nue parlor net, o e bedroom not,
linrary and aafe, three illo rorker!. our kitchen
!ove. uinimr r.vom tun e and kitelien t:ille, alon
twoc.nur tuiiicd. Jnijuire at Sloil Seventh av.
07ANT I AN AGENT IX ROCK ISLAND
" ai.d all other nnorru pied terrl'orv. for our
Eleetrlc lionrinatnel plateo. Imu-e nninbrre end
fitfii. kt adalile in the dark ; irill- 1IHI per
cent: ascrls make $. to S15 dully. r; for free
pa.nple with y.nir omm n:ime in. New Kra com
pany, IB? Kearbiirn streit, Ch.og.i.
GRAND BAND CONCERTS
Friday and Sunday Evenings.
Admission Always Free.
CIIAS. T. KIXDT,
Insurance and Loans.
Buy, sell and manage
property on commis
sion. Collect rents.
Koom 4, Mitchell & Lynde bng.
This is the best lawn
sprinkler on the market.
It will sprinkle a space
40 feet in diameter. Can
be adjusted to sprinkle
the full circle or just one
half. Call and see them.
1615-1617 SEC0XD AYESTE,
Cold . .
Is the Nature
Of Our . . .
UB. ENGINEER OPrlCS. WAB1SH
Av.. CbJcnei. 111.. Jul- 87. let! I. scaled
proposal- h, trinhco'c for cm tructlec fonr milec
nrleno? the Eisu-rn -rctionof the I'lmni and
Mnxiii-iepi In 111 between mile II and mile 4,
neir titi'ean Juiirtnm. I l and for excavating
!he loek pita aud coitrui'tiui: the found einaa for
four lock, wlllheien ivl here until r.'ncon.cen
Iral time. Anu-u-t aT. and then public 7
npatied. All Intormalion fiirmthed on applica
tion here, nr 10 Awl-lunt EiiKiueer .lame C.
Long, Tiikilwa III. W. L. MAKatlALL. Cap
tain, Corps of Engineers.
This is but one point in its
favor. It is made from the
pure crystal spring water,
and the syrups are. pure fruit
juices or crushed fruits, and
nice rich cream is put in
every glass that's enough.
Me you'll bring home a box
of KRELL & MATH'S fine
candies or chocolates."
These are his wife's parting
words on lodge nights. She
always gets them, and they
save lots of curtain lectures.
A hint to husbands: You
can stay as late as you like
if you will call on KKELL &
MATH before going home.
Don't forget it.
We have made a cut price on
ice cream to picnics and
KMELL & MATE,
1716 and 1718 Seoond At.
ill W to daw fc
Fuitlive proof wirt loO-pa book inastTttl tnm
lifefroct) people eanM.fiw r mail. When HatSpnnv
and Htrraryfaul. Mr Macio teWMjdy will
Mc I tlty re-Reck Dry Goods Co.
Sole Accents for Butterick Patterns the best in the world.
Quality, the best: prices, jnt half. The great de
pression in the steel industries and a very fortunate
purchase on our part, enables o to offer vow what is
in every respwt a BARGAIN in Shears and Scissors.
This purchase embraces a great variety, including the
delicate little embroidery and lace Scissors, long
manicure, dressmaker's double handle, bent frame,
barber's and tailor's Scissors and Shears; also novel
ties, such as goll eye. folding pocket. World's fair
medallion Scissors, etc. The material is the Host Ra
zor Steel, equal in every respect to Kberts and the
qualities range in price' from 35c to $1.25.
For this week we have divided the whole purchase
into two lots:
Lot i, 25c. Lot 2, 50c.
In lot 1 the values range from 35c to 62c.
Lot 2 Handsomely triple plated goods, embrac.
ing qualities from 75c to f 1.25 25c and 60c are nr
prices, and they are less than you are often asked
for inferior goods. We back every pair of Scissors
with our unqualified guarantee. If not satisfactory,
we give you another pair or refund your money.
An nnnsnal opportunity being thrown in our . .
we purchased a large quantity of a nice
..... I I kill. M.f . I. . a. . '.a
rilietiv Kit oua i.iuwuiii ukh will sell at )l
than the cost of making today. The Song of tL.- in'
bon! Don't sing it unless you want to av tniw
Twenty different shades and six widths prices j,V
Nos. 5 and 7, per yard. 6c.
No. 9 and 12. per yard, 0c.
Nos. 16 and 22. per yard, 13c
You will not see Ribbons so cheap again. W ran.
not duplicate this lot.
For this week, such as you don't get every dv:
Children's Mall Hat and Caps at a disroant of sn p,r o .
HM Organaia 10 yard Dim Patterns, pretty rlen. r t n .
SS-lDCDtDcanli-k nenriettaa. tcqnallty. lHje.
36-lneh extra quality Henriettas. tt e jua:P jr. a e .
A f tW doaea mora bargain mkleh raa will bare In come tB a-, .K
n more arekof SleeretaM an4 Mit-ltrd Krlt I nder
the de'pl cut peM of lai aeek a, l, t3 and aunli i e uh.
We nave eerxred a small enipinenL. tu dorenL .
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, w fcw . .. ... on ,
Reck Dry Goods Co.
and 1711 Second avenue. Rock Island.
You Pay SOc
We Pay 20c
On the Dollar
And the goods are yours. This is your chance
to make money. There are dollars in this
Porch and Lawn Goods I
Our Mid-Summer Clearing Sale of Brussels
Carpets is now on.
We close at 6: JO p. m.f except Saturday.
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT
1809-1811 Second Avenue. The House Furnisher.
Low Prices Lowered.
No trick to reduce high prices, but when you lower low
prices its tough. That is, tough on us, but it always brings
about cheerful looking customers, which is worth considerable
to gaze upon nowadays.
Shoes that are cheap at $1.50 are cheaper at $1.15.
Shoes that are cheap at 2.00 are cheaper at 1.50.
Shoes that are cheap at 3.00 are cheaper at 2.00.
Patent leather shoes, worth $5 and cheap at $4
must be exceedingly low at $2.50.
Shoes that compare with a $5 at $3 must be low.
$6 Cordovan shoes at $3.95 must be low.
Low Prices Lowered at the
Pants at $1.98 are considerable lower than at 20.
Pants at $2.37 are lower than at $2.79, even though
they are worth $5; and $2.37 is our price.
Pants at $2.98 means considerable less than the
same at $3.79. We are the trouser rousers.
Shirts that are low at 75c are lower at 50c; the 50c
is our price.
Suits that are low at $7.50 are lower at $5.00; the
S5 00 price is ours.