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WORTH OF !
Heat be Sold Dcrlncr, the Next
We will close out the above named amount of
Regardless of Cost.
We are orerttocked. and mutt sell thi goods
now while they are in season, to make room
for new Fall aad Winter Goods. t
Everything Marked Away Down.
During this sale we are
v - ) Regardless' of cost. Fh
rv! U reduced to prices on a lev
v PI ' ' 'n'et'or goods.
Convince anyone that our reductions are
t eater than ever offered before. ' -
G1SLER Dry Us CO.
7 and a 1 7 West Second St, Davenport.
All BE SEEN III
C. H. FARGO & CO.s Grand Display
of a New Make of
Now on Exhibition.
I WEIGHT & BARBEB
1704 Second Are.
Of the one who can show you the larg- '
est ted latest productions, which - is at -ADAMS
Cool shoes for warm
Fine aualitv cronrl ar
level with , the regular
ids. A visit to niir itnr
ll'ENIBY TED II AN.
Nominated for the Legislature
V at Cambridge.
THE SZSOax&tlO OlIDIDATE.
a ! UM loMr bf Aaelsatattoa mm
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Cambsidgk, Jul j 1 The demo
cratic convention of tk Thli-tw.tklnl
senatorial district, . assembled here
toasy- caarles MoHogh, of Bock
Island, wu elected chairman mod F.
11. WeCVe. of Kewanee. uentirr.
William McEniry, the choice of
Rock Island county democrats, was
nominated bj acclamation for the
The people of Book Island will hail
with much satisfaction the news of
Mr. McEniry' nomination. He is
not only a representative of the true
democracy of the party, but of the
true democracy 01 tne people. Born
and reared in Bock Island county, he
has always been identified with the
county's interests, as was no more
elearly shown than the wort he did
for the Western Insane hospital I o ca
non in hock isiana county.
. He has been a faithful party
worker, never shirking, always en
thusiastic and eager to do his part;
he is deserving of the confidence re
posed . in him by the Bock Island
county aemocraeyana which was so
handsomely ratified by the conven
tion today at Cambridge.
PORT BYRON POINTS.
IaferaaeMea af a Oaaaral Natara Frasa
: Post Btroh, Jnne 80. The Ma
sonic lodge of Fort Byron had visit
ing brethren from Cordova, Bock Is
land and Erie, - at its meeting
Wednesday evening, and after the
toage adjourned the members and
gnests took supper at the hotel
Mrs. John Zollinger entertained a
lew iriends Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Walker, of Princeton, visited
over Sunday with Mrs. H. Merrett.
Mrs. X. C. Swingley was in Bock
Island last week attending the insti
Master Fred Loosley, son of George
Loosley, of Bock Island, is visiting
at E. N. Hollister's.
J. W. Simonson and W. II. Ash
down were in Bock Island today at
the meeting pf the Bock Island
county republican committee.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sheppard,
who bavebeen visiting relatives in
town the past week, have returned to
their home at Carbonado, Iowa.
Mrs. B. M. Savage and childien,
who have been visiting Mr. Savage's
mother at Keosauqua, Iowa, retarned
home Sunday night. They drove np
Prof. J. E. Bittinger has moved
his family to Fulton, where he has
accepted a .position in the Fulton
college. Ail who are interested in
the schools here regret his depart
ure. . BevB. W. Newlsnds exchanged
pulpits Snnday with Rev. J. M. Hul
burt, of the First Congregational
chnrch of Clioton, Iowa. Mr. Hoi
hurt is a former classmate of Mr.
Mrs. J. A. Axelson, who haa been
in poor health for a long time, died
at her home this afternoon at 4
o'clock. The funeral will be held
from the Swedish Lutheran church
at 9:30 a. m. Thursday, July 2.
Mrs. F. S. Gates gave a tea party
Saturday evening in hoaor of Mrs.
J. S. Johnston. The parlor and din
ing room were decorated aad a
large platter of sweet peas made a
lovely center piece for the table.
The last meeting of the Chautauqua
Circle of the course of 95 and 9S
wUI be held this evening at the home
of Mrs. A. Ellis. All who have at
tended the past season are much
pleased with the advance they have
made in the history, to say nothing of
the good timea they have enioved
Patai IHsu.jamf Vaaaia.
Walct aBfsaala wHk aa atari of nmhtrta
Kadaee tacaleaUb). aUtoy tatoactoat nam.
Uosaertaa aorta aaSSoath Aawricia caaUa-
la. Tk SMrt UtteUfa amllciaal afaca
ilact tfca rttlamn of patMcal alachtaf
HootMter' Staaaca .Blttan. Wbamar the
swat taadwalas. dnlla aa fsf,bi!toM leatit
tat ataa aad as at cak ar anvalaat. tae
BAais t altt taa caw aa iiaa His aad nm
ar. la Stotea. CastnU. aa the Wharaa of
Panf aadtagoata liwrlira. aa JeaiUaa ta
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latir calcacr, aad kai recairad lb
laan. AsaaUn aad taa aaOUr a
to ataa aV R. Csa RwUhaer
aaHwMdaiiiiaif aa aaad. sad aba
Uaa of Mw awalcal awifaaal ja. Itnsndlasiaaa
alte.Stda.iaad stitsli aUaMata. aarruaa
MiLAtr, June SO. Monday evening
a surprise party was given at the
oome or six, ana ssrs. j r. Kingman
in honor of San lord Binrmia'a taran.
ty-first .birthday. It was a complete
auFpnav, aa oamoru naa oeen sent
to sail a horse and on his retora ha
round his friends . .at his home.
Strains of maaic lent a charm to the
surroundings and dancing waa be
gun. At if o'clock Edward Oazon.
Jr.. presented Mr. Bingmaa with a
haadsomf geld watch a token of
esteem from hia parents, brothers,
sister ana menus, aaaking a neat
lifle speech as he did so. Mr. Blng
man responded and wished all many
happy returns of the day, after
which all marched to the supper
l-1 t m . n.
woibb waa servea oj airs, mngman,
assisted by her daughters and Mrs.
George Gotobed and lira. C. H
Brandenburg. Alter justice had
oeen aone to tne supper the dancing
was ' resumed, and it waa nearly
morning before any one thought of
going home. About SO couples were
Last Wednesday a meeting was
held in the town hall under the fol
lowing call which waa printed upon
tickets: "All business men. vil.
tage offioers and tax payers, are're-
juesaea to meet at tne town hall at 8
o'clock this (Wednesday) evening, to
take action in regard to ridding the
village.of certain disreputable char
acters. By Order of Many Citizens.
As simple as the call was some
people have an Idea that the men met
with the intention of enforcing mob
law. But they had no : such ideas
and the meeting passed off very quiet
ly and without accomplishing any
thing other than to scare one of the
disreputable characters' out of
town. It is bo use making things
woraa man-tne j re BUT are.
From the bure of Sears cornea
dreadful tale of woe and the cause of
it all was a jug of beer. Some of the
anti-saloonists were on VandrnfTs
island Sunday and were eniovin?
thsmselves greatly with the foaming
"uiu. .inej were seen ana tne anair
waa noised about that the policeman
of Sears and his "gang were hav
ing a big time on the island with
keg of beer. "It would be all
right,'1 said one of the participants.
if it were true; but we only had a
jug oi oeer ana our policeman was
not in the crowd."
Mrs. J. W. Smith, of Sears, and
the Muses Belle Weaver. Mary
Crawford and Oletha Muse, took
their Sunday school scholars to the
v atch lower. Tuesdayrfor a picnic.
ana au enjoyea r tnemseives very
The people of Milan who eo bath'
in at the Mill Creek sluice gates of
the canal have been annoyed very
much lately in consequence of a sack
tub) of cats having been thrown into
the canal above the gates. ' ' -
An ice cream and raspberry social
was given at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Kirk, near Taylor
Bidge, Tuesday evening. Quite a
number of young folks attended.
A large mastiff which has been
making his home at the Milan house,
was killed Tuesday. He had bitten
quite a number of people and was
supposea to dc going mad.
D. C Daggett and family, of Mo
line. and Ralph Babcock and family,
oHhe Sand Mound, spent Sunday
witu air. ana ssrs. iiuney wnite.
Charles B. Hood, broker and man
ufactnrer's agent. Columbus, Ohio,
certifies that Dr. King's Mew Dis
covery has no equal as a cough rem
edy. J. D. Brown, proprietor St.
James hotel. Ft. Wayne. Ind., testi
fies that he was cured of a cough of
two years standing caused by la
grippe, Dy ur. lung s mew mseovery.
B. F. Merrill. Baldwinsville. Mass .
says that he has used and recom.
mended it and never knew it to fail,
and would rather have it than any
j . . ....
uuctor. Decease it always cures.
Mrs. Hemming. 222 East Twentv-
fif th street, Chicago, always keeps it
at hand and has.no fear of croup, be
cause it instantly relieves. Free
trial bottles at Harts Ullemeyer's
Washington, D. C, and return for
one fare. Tickets on sale July 8, 4,
5 and 6. Return limit July 81.
Denver, Colo., and return for one
fare pins two dollars. July. 4 and 6.
Return limit July 24.
Buffalo, N. T., and return for one
fare plua two dollars, July 4, 5 and 6.
Return limit Sept. 1.
One aad one-third fare for round
trip to all stations within 200 miles.
July 3 and 4. Return limit July. 6.
Chicago and return for one fare.
July 4 to 8 inclusive. Return limit
July 12. - .
Milwaukee and return tor one fare,
15. 16 and 17. Return limit Aug. 6
For full particulars of above and
many other low rata excursions, call
t C K. L P. ticket office or ad
dress John Sebastian. U. P. A Chi
cago, orUIL Allen, general agent,
Davenport. - . , ,
The beet naive in the world for
W. bruises, sores, -aloars, salt
and all akin
rasuK. fever Bore, aatsar.
hands, ehilblaima, eons
eVTAtfotu, aad positively
puee or no pay requirea. it is guar
anteed SO a-lva narfaet aatiafaAtioa. rrr
atomsf refsnded. Prion U seats per
bos. Fof sale hv HarteeV DUssaeysr.
Mrs. Wiaslew's Soothing Syrup has
bee anted for eltildrea teething. It
soeUasa Ue ettUd, ttofteas the gaaaa,
allay all pate, am wiad colie, aad
U Ue beat reeaedy for dlarraaea.
I Beta at BvaatB O llUa;
Peoria and Terminal Companies
Have a Conferen ce.
KIQSTCT WAT TOUSLE AEJCSTO.
BepreaeataUves of the TermlaaJ
aad Peoria railroad coaeealee had a
conference yesterday which resulted
in the complete adiasttaeat of th
right of ' way difflculties oa First
avenue which have prevented the
new corporation from proceeding
with building operationa. Aad now
it is claimed chat ail is lovely be
tween the companies, aad that the
Terminal company will resume work
just as sooa aa the water recedes a
little and that affatra will be pushed
ahead until the bridge la completed.
But as to the eonfereaeo between
the railway representative. ' They
were In session all of yesterday ia
the private car of B. B. Cable, presi
dent of the Bock Island road, who
waa present, as waa also Mr. Mather,
general solicitor of .the Book Island
road; Ties President H. 8. Cable aad
Secretary H. B. Sadlow. of the Bock
Island A Peoria; aad W. . H. Wads-
worm ana.- r.(r. Slair. of the Daven
port Book Island Bridge aad Ter
minal company aad. the Book Island
Antra aa aattlaaaaait.
Late. in the afternoon they reached
an agreement which clears np the
troubje which has been going oa for
The agreement ' gives to the new
mrpaniuoa or tne noc a istaaa el
Eastern Railway company, which is
aa Illinois concern tad a part of
tne xerminai company a right of
war to lav tracks betaraaa Vdrata
and Rl ATA nth atrtutta am rniraii I
which is owned by the Bock Island
c reoria railway ana private parties,
the said tracks to be located north of
.the Peoria's. From Eleveath to
Twentieth atnwtt the Tamil Ml Am.
pany has beea granted a right of
waj oj oramaace. xne xerminai
company was also required to ia
eath street so that' the Bock Islaad A
n - . .
i ouria a apur traoa can oe crossoa
with a 7-foot elaaranm. Tkiu nn..
cessions 'are made by the Peoria in
consideration of a written provision
that the other parties stand by it in
cases where it needs assistance
which is equal to money. .
JOTTING8 FROM J08LIN.
Bad at Wswslsis Uatharaa A
Josubt, June 80. John Osbora,
now or rort Byron, was at Joslia
Oida laat tn mam, 1K.1.IL.
Clinton Donahoo haa insured his
nay barn, hay aad other ontbuild-
iu(b m tue voe ana Auma Mutual. -'
Bve la in shock, and oata aa a mU
are so heavy that they are falling
uuwu. ia aaia some larmers are
mowing them for bay.
Cora with the moistare aad heat
we have been having is now Towinr
rapidly. . It Is now being plowed for
tne lourtn ana nun time, and ia
being laid by.
M. A. Gould, of Moline, county
surveyor, was ud to Josim WaHnaa
dav laat for the nnrnoae of nrm
ing a road near the fair crrounds
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wmcn snouia nave Deen surveyed
F. J. Whiteside laa nrnvna hlmaolf
a beoefaotoi' to hia race bv nuttine
dowa a pump - upon, our main
thoronrhfare. Wa nnw
glass of nature's beverage without
aivuvj ana wiiDoai price.
Ben Pavne. son of Hon. William
Payne, who has studied telegraphy
in the schools, is at Joslin under the
instruction of C M. Hnbhan. with
the intention of aaaking himself
more oronoiant in tne arc
John Swank ahiDoed a car oA nf
hogs front Joslia Thursday last
iwc wwica ne paiu az.tu per nnnarea.
Farmers generally are of the opinion
that with such prices there . is not
much of a margin with which to pay
The manapera of tta Jn.iia f.i.
grounds desire me to say that there
wiii auv ue bbj norse racing, oieycie
racinif. or other imni.ni.iiti nnnn
the fair grounds on the Fourth of
tfwy. ids parties wno so aaserused
had ao authority to take sack lib
erties. Soadav laat araa rThilrlran'a n .t
the Zuma Methodist church. It had
been postponed two weeks on account
of Evantreliat Little's ueetinira at
Joslin. There was a larre ratherias-
in a&ienuanee, .ana tne exercises,
which were conducted by Boy Deiley,
were very interesting.
, SSCLTFH IK f ABVO.,
The strenrth which eeesos to as
from estiar aoarishiar food is hot
ter than stimulation, because it I
The health which beloars to a
strong body, well : nourished bv
proper food (properly digested), to
sue oniy neatta tnat is lasting.
xae dtuerenoe betweea Shaker Di
gesUve Cordial aad other asediciaes
is aimply that It helps aaturo to
make atreacth. It dee act arefses
to care aieaaes. except as that sick
ness is a result of weakness aaased
by food aot property digested.
Bnsasr lngMUv Cordial- will re
lieve th paags of indigeetlee, aad
ataa lain, ale, weak people as well
as ft their stomachs
oat of order.
It to a rati aid to the dirmsUoa
of nature's stretk masker food.
At drnrisu. Trial botUe, 10
Cttwet ocstam V Ini Hdj. aha av
t i mm i ti siii rm mass aiaas ami
Avssaw a OiailSnsUia a mhjaalliS
7HY NOT CUY
AT WHOLESALE PRICES?!
wx Axx Gcrra out
ASD 8ZZ 13 GSSiT
, Pretty bad rod bets til i
Very large sUebsarde oaartar.'
sawed oak aad polish lalshsd.
. Hice sideboards a low aa HO.
Kirch eombiaaUoa bosknsas aad
writlag desk $18; oak at 110.
LasUes, wriUag desk, very pre,
ty. as low as tt7 ,
HI larre bookcase at U.SS.
Fla hall racks, qusnerwed,
poUsh finished oak. larg Preach
mirror at 87 j
Fine china closets at t8 each.
Bird's-eye asaple oaater tables at
Matting at 10c a yard aad ap. ' ..
W. S. HOLBROOK,
103. 105. 107 East Second street . . DAVENPORT
FREE With Every $1 Purchase
This is our opening week. We are
giving away free with every SI purchase
a beautiful souvenir, same as are on
display in our show window.
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Wl Twentieth street
Hphost Valua for
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WHS9IT 11QW.1E BUGGY GO.
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. tizvj Ycnti
. MAKE THIS BEAUTIFUL ET
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WAIT. STOP AND THINK
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SaTWyajsa. Oaaas4staaBaB4sasasasat. i . v"
of ksxcx 'ocr-rz -.
BAC3ACT3 WX HATS. ,
ESt all wool Garneta. ftfla lf-
Vary heavy bait rool
a tew piece- of rdyEm "j s
left at She; Bozbary TrMStry ta
pats at C3. ' ' . '
Cood Tapsrtry Oarfi. at 13
par pexd. .. . .
Tspestry Portiars a Iowa
Beat Opaqa aaadiai by th yard
la all width vary esap toaios
All wool lajrrala trag larr 11a
of French WUtoa. Uoquet ' aad
8myraa rugs very low.
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Open until 9 p. tn
krsM far the least am
ay But late