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TflE AJWUft. FRIDAY. AUGUST 10, ICD4.
Buy bone of Reidy Bros.
Insure with Hnesing & Hoc ft.
Choice bulk olives at Rancher's.
Katlng and cooking apples at Hess
Dressed chickens at II. Treraann &
Call at Wcckel & rassig's anl get
Michigan peaches hy the basket at
Spring chickens dressed to order at
Blackberries and !lne berries at
Michigan peaches hx the basket at
Dressed spring chickens at H. Tre
ruann A Son's.
Choice celery and spring lamb at II.
Tremaun & Son's.
Snp bnnches, purvey and cucuni
bers at Hess Bros'.
Choice celery and spring lamb at
II. Tremann . Sn's.
Cooked ham jnst the thing for
picnics at Hiss Bros'.
Pressed chickens at Buncher's
Spencer square grocery.
Kindling wood fur sale by E. B.
California p;nrs. jwaches. plums
anil grapes at Buncher's.
Try to match Simon & Mosenfcld
er's S.'Jt suit else here for '.
Good rasbmcrc men's suits onlv
f.l.lH at Simon & M.enMdcr's.
The Aniii s World's fair series is
ia jopular demand. Preserve it.
Money to loan on real etatc secur
ity. Apply a! Jackson As Hurst's.
The Au'irs" new serial. "The Face
of Rosetfcl." starts next Saturday.
Plenty of gem eantelopes, osage
ami watermelons at Week I & Pas.
The sale of seats for Arr.ericus" is
now op n at T. H. Thomas' drug
Tho largest display of California
fruit in the eitv at Weikcl & I'sssijr's
Always the finest line of fruit and
vegetables, and plenty of it at Wcckel
Suits others quote great bargains
.1. better ones at Simon it Mnsenfcl
tier's for 3 i.
free lunch at Gutzwcilcr's tomor
row night corner Fourth street and
Kemetnber the s-Mits at Simon
& MoM-nfelder's are men's suits, not
boys. All sizes.
Simon Mosen folder hnvc men's
suits for S'. but their Slt.'.'s suits
take the persimmons.
Simon Ac Moser.ft-lder have men's
suits cheaper, but their 3.!S suits
cannot 1k matched .irsri -
Have Simon & Misr!i?cMcr shown
you the men's suits thev arc selling
fur'3.9? They are dairies.
California peaches, pears, nectar
ines, silver plums, egsr plums, and
Muscat grapes at Hess Bros'.
Pictnrcsque World's Fair," the
be.t published. The Aur.es is now
disposing of at 15 cents a number.
Judge Adams has fixed Aug. 16 as
the last date upon w hieh objections
to the Twe.fth street sewer un; to be
For your Sunday order go to Hess
Bro.. where you will lind the grand
est display of fruit, vegetables and
Cashier Bufurd. of the Iv.rk T.-land
Savings bank, has an interesting
statement elsewhere in TllF. Ak.i s
Yes, of course, Simon & Mown fol
der need more room, therefore thev
aro selling suits for f3.!W others
charge S for.
Pinafore" at the Tuwcr contin
ue to be a great attraction, and the
entertainments each night are en
joyed by many Ji-ople.
Simon & Mosenfelder do not in
dulge In sensational advertising.
What they quote you can rct assured
V find in their st'Te.
Tomorrow nt the I lock Island pot
oflicc. lwinnin at 9 a. m.. occurs
the civil service examination for
clerk and carriers in the Classified
Fleming & Wclaler have leased one
of the storeroom in Hurst's new
builjiu on Twentieth street, and
will open a barber shop there in
altout 1 J days.
Kd wards & Walsh have reached
Sixth aenue on the east side with
the Seventeenth street pavemeut.
The contrac tors are still making blow
headway owing to tho brick supply.
The Y. P. S. C K. excursion, given
Awarded. Highest Honor
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cicjm ot" Tartar Powder. Fire
bom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
49 YEARS TMk STANDARD.
last evening on the steamer Helene
Schulcnberg, was a deemed success
Fnllv 25v people went down tho
river and spent a highly enjoyable
The C U. I. & P. road has secured
an injunction in the U. S. court at
Peoria against the city of Molioe re.
straining the city from interfering
witti the grades ia enforcing the pav
Today is tho 33d anniversary o!
tho battle of Wilson's Creek, and
Major Beardsley and Captain Ureal
ish, the onlv survivors in this city
touav arc observing tie occasion in
an appropriate manner.
The postoffice department has ap
proved of the action of Postmaster
Mchmry, of Molinc, in removing
iiau v arrier Carpenter lor neglect of
duty, and Aid. Ncls E. Peterson has
been appointed to the place.
Thomas Watton. a brakeman on
the c. K. I. & I., was killed at
Joliet this morning. Watton was a
married man. and resided on Moline
avenue, near Thirty-eighth street.
Xo particulars have as yet been
While crossing Eighteenth street
on Second avenue last evening little
Herman and Norma Achtermaun, the
children of II. Achtcrmann, of the C.
O. I), laundry, were knocked down
by a passing vehicle. 'I hey wero
picked up uuhurt, but terribly
7 Thomas Parcell to Garnett &
Maxwell, part li t 7, Belcher & Mgs
wortu's add.. Port Byron, (37.50.
Thomas Parcell to'john Zollinger,
part lot 7, Belcher & Sigsworth's
add.. Port Byron, 37.50.
Xell'e C. Bead to Taggart & Walk
er, part lots 7 and 8, block 1, Christy
& tirover's add., Moline, $5,200.
Nellie E. Bead tq Walker & Tag
gart, part lot 7. block 1, Christ &
G rover's add., Moline. f2.5U0.
George W. Walker to Eric Oker
lerg, lots 10, 11 and 12, block 3. Col
umbia park. South Moline. $1,200.
Eric Okerberg to Nellie Okerberg,
lot 1, Okerberg's add., Moline. $1.
Nellie Okcrberjj to Johanna Oker
berg, lot 1, Okerb-jrg's add., Mo
7. Michael Donahue to C. F.
Kunge, tract metes and bounds, nwj
11. 17, 2w. part lot 10, Bmshar's sub
div., 11, 17. 2w, lot 3 and part lot 4,
nej 11. 17, 2w, $2.20 ).
8 L. Lowrev to John Vo'k & Co.,
lots 11 and 12. block 11, Old Town of
Port Byron, $3,033.70.
7. Guardianship of Frank Norris
and other minors. Petition for sale
of real estate. Hearing. Bond of
guardian liled and approved and or
der of sale.
Estate of William G. Marshall.
Proof of publication and posting
tiled; claims allowed.
Estate of William Lound. Final
report of administratrix filed and ap
proved and estate closed.
Estate of Jacob F. Schaible. Proof
of notice to creditors. Claims al
lowed. In re application for appointment
of a conservator for Johanna Schai
ble, alleged to be insane. Jurv im
panelled and sworn. Hearing. "Ver
dict not insane and that she is capa
ble of taking charge of and managing
her own affairs.
Estate of John Schneider,
of notice to creditors tiled.
Et-late of Edward Stothr.
of notice to creditors.
s- Estate of James Hardin.
Claims of Henry Deisenroth, 10..ri;
M. K. Iglehart & Co.. $10; and Mary
A. Thomas, $16, allowed. Claim of
Jerushy Fletcher disallowed.
Estate of Lottie Whctsal. Proof of
death. Will admitted to probate,
fitters testamentary issued to Peter
Whctsal. Bond waived by will.
Etdate of William G. Marshall.
Claims of K. S. Cummings. $l.3Gl.24,
anil Mary Commings. $178.30, al
lowed in seventh class.
D. Estate of Mary E. Davis. In
ventory filed and approved.
Estate of Nicboiaus ImhofT. In
veninry filed and approved. Order
authorizing executor to sell real es
tate to pay legacies, etc.. under
power ia will. Claims of Deutsche
Warte, $1.S0. and Port Byron Lime
association, $103.20, allowed in sev
Estate of John Sn viler. C. E.
Hodgson. E. B. Kreis aud T. 15. Beidy
ATE HUMAN FLESH.
Terrible huflTiTing nf Shipwrecked Sail
or, ill the Arctic.
Eostos, Aug. I . The whaling bark
Jiiiiius Allt-u of New Ituiiford, wbicli
sailed from Sau Francisco, April 14 for
the Arctic ocenn ou a whaling cruise, rau
on au unknown reef May 13 aud sank im
mediately. 1'ivn men were lost. Cuptaiu
Huntley aud tweuty-five tueu pot in two
boats nud fifteen in auother. The boat in
which the lifteeu men were got separated
from the other lxmts aud the men have
not been heurd from since. Cnptaiu Hunt
ley's two boats started for Uualoska. 120
miles distant. Their provisions were low.
His boat capsized May 20 aud four were
last. The others landed at Unwak island,
living there by gathering shellfUk aud
cod wit h books of wire.
Between May 21 nu t June 5 six men
died of exposure. Juno 5 the captain,
with five men, xtnrted for Unalaska, aud
reached there July 13. They then went
back to the barren inland for the others
and found them in a but, clustered about
a pot that was polling over a fire. The
pot contained tiumau flesh. The revolting
tU-tuils were related nud corroborated by
James Allen. The Bear brought the men
back and they have returned to tell the
horrible tale of their sufferinx. The flesh
which they bad e.iten was the remaius of
a iiihii named Uiiieou wbo bad died nud
been buried, but the cullerion men ex
humed the corpse aud were euting it when
touud. :-u ...
Brines comfort and improvement and
lends to personal enjoyn-cnt when
Tightly used. The many, w ho live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
lea expenditure, by more promptly
alapting tlie world's best products to
the needs of physical being, will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Svrnp of Figs
Its excellence is due to its presenting
!n the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, the rcf rrshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
rtivc; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling co'iis, headaches and "fevers
ana permanently curi-.g constipation.
It has pven satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid
neys, Liver and Bawels without weak
ening thorn and it is perfectly free froia
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all dreg
gists in 50c an.i $1 bottles, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fi Syrup
IV). only, whose name is printed on every
parknsre, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute if oiTered.
i Rt YOU IN SEED?
Wirat a rcx-k
Wnt s partner
Want a B'outtlim
VTnt to rent room
Wart a servant tflrl
Want to sell a farm
Want xo sell a hotire
Want to cxchar.re snvthtajr
aV&ut te c)l haunt-hold L'Oodfl
Waiutomskeaay real esvte loan
Want to p-ll or trade for anytt.tne
Want to Cud cusutxni-.re for uythm
USS THESE COLUMNS.
r-ia daily AHars pclivkhkd attoi'k
d.w -v..tv ei:c! for loe p-r wefk.
ANTE -PLACE TO WOKK. FOIi gxf.
Debt reference Rev. Mania.s.
ante1 to r.oRionv ta.oni ox ijood
Sicurity. Addren "T Au..c- oftice.
UT ANTED RELIABLE AND COMPETE NT
rirl for central boueework. t all eveninca,
1 Thiricti.th s:rvct.
UTANTEP. PEOPLE, MALE AND FEMALK,
' f.ir ronimiy cniniia-;v: ai-o piaiiivts. Ad
dress, with exptricucv, 11. .t I.. I7l Thirj ae.
WANTED GOOO CANVASSER; SAURY
nal ezienae from Mart; g 'od ch mre for
ajvanc- metit. Hrowu U103. Cutu;uj, cursi-r-men,
t hiriro. III.
WANTED. AC' 1VF. BFI.I ADLE MAN TO
rtpreent us. !:r,'it. fate m"4
pie tf.-rrTi e. AdcrS, Sati.p i Co.. I. O
box 7 rh;lace:pb a. Pa.
WASTED I KilIT SINJL1 FOIiSS PRAY.
siotnMe fur dray nir ard -ft coal delivery
in ten lotit; airto tiui;le hartie-- siur.hic f.ir pame
Must be ciap. AadreisBox 21, hejnolda. 111.
CALE-M F N WANTED IV EVEfiY mr.flY
I J in tho Cniicd stati-s . f 7i jirr mi -nth ai d rx
prn(.a. I fn?!-, adverll-icc, dtlivir team fur-
i.'mm.i. (h,u monopoly. Addrees K. s
46 Colour. do buildii.c, Itoston. Mi'.
W'AKT "! AN AtiENf IN ROCK ISLAND
an! nil other unoc.ee pie1 terriiorj, for our
Elrrtilc l)oor(i:an e) lat, hnar-c nnmber md
iin.s. headnMe in the derk : rflts )(to per
cent: arenta make $5 to iis daily. Wr:ts tor fr.e
fa nple witn yourowo name in. New Lra eom
pany. 167 Dtaiucrn strut t. Chi.po.
U'AhTED A KEl.IAW.E MAN WITH
cmfIi in hand to s art. a i.r .n h of onr bnpi
ti s in this city r trie! Iv it citi mate and rnnor-abl-;
now in opi-Tnt'on in rareral cuios couainc
money. $4 ) pi r mntitbcan e-nily be maie. No
p- tent-ri nr. o a-ency ach- me, bnt a piea!int
and iM-rmatici,t ftiee liuvinevx. I'artle tia,iai;
the deilr-il t ipital and meanina bu-int-.a. ad
tre the IIojm. inn-Ioncs C'Jtupany. Opera iiouau
till 1 lini;, I'iinuci, 111.
CIIAS. T. KIXDT, Manager.
Engaeement Txtracrilnsry Every
Commencing Aug. 6, in the
always pleasing comic opera
FULL CAST, CIIOKUS, ETC.
A Hure .Ship csjK'cially painted
for this production.
Admission (as a way) FREE. Ue-.crved a at
1 aud 2jc
SEE AUia fiS ID YOUTH 1
IHtSE WvRDERFUL "IERSES
Are the result of years of scientific eroer
Imentinp. and are now placed, owiuir to
their suporlorlty, preemfnently above everx
tliin heretofore produced iu this line.
tv TreaknowledBea.ly fixpnrto to be
The nnestand most peneetly coimtructed
Jjenees KMMMi and are peculiarly adapted
toeorrectmcrthe variotin visual lmnerfen
tione. A trial of tho; KOHMOCW will ""-mriaom
oo they are PEWtCT MWfl MICIbTUM
For sale by T. H. TUOMAS. Drug
gist and optician,
Mdntyre-Reck Dry Goods Cn
Sole Ajnts for Butterick Patterns the best in the world.
i.ry:, am - -
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 SECOND AVENUE,
THERE ISXO CURE.
WE CAN HELP YOU
GRIN AND BEAR IT.
ttere's Our Prescription:
"An occasional indulgence in
our ice cream, fruit ice,
orange phosphate or ice
cream soda." Krell &
Math ue tho Gnest
crushed fruits and the
puret fruit syrups,
and in ice cream they excel all.
For Your Party
There is nothing nicer than a
brick of ice cream, so
cooliutr and refreshing
and so enily served.
Every puest pets three
kinds of ice cream,
which is sure to please them.
Try one from
EEL & MATH'S
PARTY SUPPLY HOUSE,
1716 and 1718 Second At.
Tryourbuns. P.cttcr than bread.
Pcb.iiv protrrs ud Ido-pac bw4t. iT!qitnit4 rrcn
Nothing of the fake variety, you'll never find here,
but a good, honest great big value giving sale of the
odds and ends, the accumulation of the past season.
We wish to clear the decks, rat away all superfluous
timber and prepare for the battles of the fall season.
Somebody is going to save a nice bit of money buying
remnants here this week. The offerings are bound to
prove very attractive.
Of Dress Goods and Silks at half price or less. Black
Goods. Colored Goods, Henriettas, Mohairs, Serges,
Swivel effects. Jacrjaards, etc. Very choice things in
remnants of Summer Silks. Trimming Silks, ltlack
Silks, etc. A little money goes a long way.
Iiig bargains in remnants of Lace and Embroidery.
Lace almost given away. Drives in Veiling also.
Broken lines of Summer Underwear at absolutely
low prices. Prices will be made which will move the
goods and astonish you.
Remnants of lines of Windsor Ties. The odds and
ends of the 18, 22 ami 25c lots, go 12J All pure silk.
Remnants of Buttons, 50 per cent off regular price.
Wash Goods Remnants.
A harvest for the argain hunter. After u ,
est Wash Good reason ever know o, tin-re i ,",!T'?,
a large accumulation of remnants, larw -tl,i Ur'ly
All go at badly cut prices. A number ,f r,.n':i
terns will go in for this sale at remnant price. ,'t
Remnants of Sheeting and Print,
like giving goods away at the prices w
Remnants of lines of Corset s good inew.. .
to close out. There will be a 5Hc lot which
tain Corsets worth up to tl.25. Dtirir." ,,: '
every Summer Corset goes at half i.rice "i ,s
50. 50c Corsets 25c. 1 '
Broken lots of Hosiery at greatlr rei!tice.j ,,
You will find exceptional values, prices l.eii,.r
cut in two. i,'"J
This week we will sell one cae .f a Ft.l.nd ,J iv
Canton Flannel at 71c a yard. Don't mi this '."
tional offering. Ik
vune iney last, about 300 yards ,f
Trintcd Pongee Silks at 12Jc a yard.
Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 1711 Second avenue. Rock Islani
Are Right in Line with 'the Times.
We can't hypnotize you and compel you to inspect
our stock. Your own interest and better judgment
should bring you here.
4 Furniture, Carpets,
Moves and Ranges,
Curtain Shades, 1
. Dinner Ware, J
We are complete house-furnishers. .
Terms of payment easy.
We close at 6J0 p. m.t except Saturday.
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT
1809-1811 Second Avenue.
The House 1-urnisher.
Low Prices Lowered.
No trick to reduce high prices, but when you lower low
prices it s 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 S1.9S are considerable lower than at $:.5a
Pants at $2.37 arc lower than at $2.79, even though
they are worth $5; and $2.37 is our tricc
Pants at $2.98 means considerable less than the
same at $3 .79. We are the trouser rouscrs.
Shirts that are low at 75c are lower at 50c; the 50c
is our price.
Suits that are low at $7.50 arc lower at $5 o: th
$5 00 price is ours.