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THE AB8US. MONDAY, JULY 6. 1C30.
Pay jour water rent.
W. IL Lamoat it In Chicago
The beat butler at Maucker's.
Order carriage! of Cralle A Co.
Tfae citj coancil meeti tonight.
Alfred C. lliklier it in Chicago.
Tfae bet broum Lee's Little Qem.
The freshest butter at Maucker's
Tim Collina waa in Chicago Satur
bnencer Uobinaon waa home for
John Weiss ia home from a visit to
Mra. P. B Normovle, of Chicago,
la in the citj.
Miss Annie Shield haa gone to
Finest turooou and reliable driv
en. Cralle ft Co.
Shirt waists at a price at Mclntyre
Keck CVa. Kesd ad.
Circuit Clerk (iaruble and family
are ramped above Moline.
Kuprvinnr McMurphv was in the
citj iroui JlilUdsle today.
Mls Miry I.eppr left for Wash
ington, 1. C. this morning.
Lnt week's internal revenue col
lections amouhttd to $1,257.
Thomi Viitch and J?bn Burns
spent the Fourth at Tiskilwa.
Buy jour butter and egs at Mauck
er's cash store and save money.
Eiperience auI close attention to
every detV.I. Cralle & CVa. livery.
They all concede that Maucker hat
the best butter that comes to the city.
Frank Tuge, who h been in the
west and south for auveral years, ia
home on a visit.
J. W. rotter left tT Chicago last
evening to attend the democratic
Thoughtful buyers will find a
chance in Young ft Mcl'ombs' new
ad. See page four.
Davenport Mile Track summer
meeting opens tomorrow. Ladies
day, ladies admitted free.
Kd Denkmann gave an excursion
to Mnscatine Saturday to a party of
irionda on tne J. it. uraves.
Prof. L. C. Daugherty hat gone to
Buffalo, N. Y., to attend the National
Educational association convention.
Robert Connelly, formerly night
clerk at the Kock Island bouse,
came down from Chicago for the
The regular monthly meeting of
the W. C. T. U. will be held Tuesday
afternoon at 3 o'clock at the X. M. C.
New and pretty printed lawns and
dimities, the VJ cent kind 7 cents a
yard at Mclntyre-ltock Co.'s wash
Judge Blgclow reconvened the cir
cuit court this afternoon ana ap
pointed W. II. Whiteside foreman of
the grand jury.
ror 49 cents shirt waists worth np
to fl; for 9 cents, the fl.84, $1.48
and $1.68 kinds at Mclntyre-Keck
Co s. Kea'l al.
Sailor hats at McCabe Bros. Mon
day at 10 cents, 25 cents, etc., worth
two, three and four tunes. Call as
early as you can.
The Home Mission Circle will en
tertala friends on the lawn of
J. I. Tavlor tonight. Ice cream and
cake will be served..
I'artles wishing good home grown
blackberries will do well to leave
their orders at once at the Boulevard
grocery. Thune 13:it.
Union suits Scents, 15 rent ladies'
vests 10 cent., 25 cent ones 15 cents
atMclntvre-Keck t'o.'e special aale of
knit underwear, iteaa ad.
Dr. K. (i. Knnner hits returned
from the northwest to resume his
practice in this citv. Office and res
idence oiO Sixteenth street.
II. D. Southard leaves this even
Ing to take in the democratic con.
veetion at Chicago, whence he goes
to ew York (or a 2-montba' stay
. Have jot seen the 18 cent orgsn-
dies and dimities Mcistyre-lScck Co.
are selling at 10 cents a yard? A
whole section ol bargains. Bead ad.
James (orroiey, aged 16. was
drowned while Lathinp in the Missis
sippi near Mnlb Kddv, on the
Dsrenport sidu, yesterday afternoon.
You have all read of the failure of
the great millinery house of Theodore
Aschcr Co., ibii-ago. McCabe
Bros, tell too more a bunt it in their
Hugh Fitxsimmns. who has been
laid np f r several months with rheu
matlsm. has resumed his position as
yardmaster at Molina for tbe'lj.
Charles Lsrkio. Charles Neens
Coyne. Patrick Kennedy
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fie
frura Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.
.40 YIAM TH STANDARD.
George Barker and John Brady are
attending the democratic national
The first of the season's prome
nade concerts at the Elm street
concert garden will be gives Thurs
day evening by S trailer's Second
The remains of Mra Jane Huntley,
who died at the home of her son in
Peoria, July 1, were interred at
Cbippiannock cemetery Friday. She
was 71 years old.
Quite a number of bids have been
received on the proposed Twenty
fourth street storm drain improve,
ment and will be opened at tonight's
session of the council.
Buy anything yon may need in
the grocery line at Maucker's cash
store and you will only have to pay
one profit. No bad debts is the
regret of bis low prices.
Misses Hattie Henderson, Harriet
Jenkins. Bertha Bowman and Char
lotte Woltman have gone to the
National Educational association con
vention at Buffalo, N. Y.
It. R. Cable came "down from Chi.
oa'o last u i triii. looked over the
progress of bailding operations on
bis new resiaenco here ana returned
to Chicago this afternoon.
Don't fail to see the wonderful
Lock hart performing elephants at
the Watch Tower this week. Per
formances every afternoon and even
ing. Take vour children.
On paee sis of The Arcls this
evening the Boston store. Davenport,
makes a grand offering on its July
clearing sale. Strong inducements
are offered for July buyers.
Fire broke out on the roof of James
J. Carroll's home at 608 Tenth street
Saturday afternoon, but was extin
guished by a bucket brigade before
any serious damage ensued.
II. T. Siemon. who has removed
his tinsmithing shop to 1316 Third
avenue, is now prcpered to do any
work in his line and execute all
orders for roofing, etc., promptly.
Aid T. A. Pender and J. P. Sexton
have been appointed assistant-ser-goants-at-arois
at the democratic
national convention in Chicago and
are off to fill the duties of sueh
James Cook, who with Charles
Nelms, participated in the bicycle
races at Macomb the Fourth, fared
very well, winning the novice race
and taking third place in the half
Miss Anna Kinstle and R. Myers,
of the wholesale cigar firm of Myers
Bros., who have been visiting at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Guldenzopf. left tor Peoria, their
Do not fail to go and see the large
assortment of ladies' trimmed hats
which are now selling at very low
prices at Mrs. D. L. Franz's, 1324
Third avenue. Children's trimmed
hats 60 cents.
Exquisite figured lawns, dainty
dimities, choice organdies, bright,
clean new goods from Hew York.
Auctions 7, 10 and 12 cents at Mcln-tyre-Reck
Co's. Values 12 to 25
ceuts. Bead ad.
The river is falling at all points
from St. Paul to St. Louis, where a
rise of 0.6 foot is recorded. The
forecast ia that the water will fall
0.1 to 0.3 foot from St. Paul to Rock
Island by tomorrow morning.
John Ohlweiler received a dispatch
this morning Instructing him to re
port to the democratic national com
mittee at Chicago at once for service
during the big convention this week.
Mr. Ohlweiler is to be one of the inside
ino ladies of the Central 1'resbv-
ttrian church will give a lawn soci
able Thursday evening of this week
at the residence of U. Donaldson.
1109 Fourth avenue. Refreshments
will be served. Music and a general
good lime. All are cordially invited.
To the many friends who so kindly
assisted during their late bereave
ment, the husband end family of the
late Mrs. Daniel Smith wish to pub
licly express their sincere tbanks.
To the sisters of St. Anthony's hos
pital they feel particularly grateful.
C. A. McLaughlin, of Galesburg.
who was sheriff of Rock Island
county in 1X61, and held subsequent
offices at the hands of the people.
was in the city today on business
with reference to the settlement of
the estate of his sister, the late Mrs.
An overstocked manofaetnrer of
ladies' dress skirts, concludes to take
a big loss early in the season. Mc
Cabe Bros, were on the ground with
the courage to buy; 60 cents. 60
cents and 30 cents on the dollar were
the prices paid. Yon will learn all
about it in their ad.
W. C Simms. who attempted to
bambooxel several merchants on the
forged check racket, plead gnilty in
the county court to charges of at
tempting to obtain money under false
pretenses. He was fined on
eight counts, or a total of $600,
which was paid by Chicago relatives.
Dr. England, of New York, who is
traveling awheel to San Francisco
and return waa a guest of
the Island Citv Cvcle club Saturday
evening. He is working westward
now and proposes to make the return
trip in 40 days. Dr. England is sur
geon for the Olympia Wheelmen of
Brooklyn ew York.
Rev. W. 8. Marquis and Theodore
Blakesley are off to attend the na
tional convention of the Christian
Endeavor society at Washington.
Saturday they sail on the steamer
Penland for London, with their
wheels, being members of the party
formed by Rer. Newland, of Port
Byron, for a trip awheel through
England and Scotland.
Xith a better understanding of the
v v transient nature of the many phys
ical ills, which vanish before proper ef
forts gentle efforts pleasant efforts
rightly directed. There is comfort in
the knowledge, that so many forms of
sickness are not due to any actual dis
ease, but simply to a constipated condi
tion of the svtttern. which the pleasant
family laxative, Syrapof Fijrs- prompt
ly removes. That is why it is the only
remedy with mi 11 ions of families, and is
every where esteemed so highly uy all
who value rood health. Its beneficial
effects are due to the fact, that it is the
one remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness without debilitating the
organs on which it acts. It is therefore
ell important, in order to get its bene
ficial effects, to note when yon pur
chase, that von have the genuine arti
cle, which is manufactured by the Cali
fornia r ig syrup Co. only and sold by
all reputable druggists.
If in the eniovment of good health.
and the system is regular, laxatives or
other remedies are then not needed. If
afflicted with any actual disease, one
may be commended to the most skillful
physicians, but if in need of a laxative,
one should have the best, and with the
well-informed everywhere. Syrup of
Figs stands highest and is most largely
used and gives most general satisfaction.
There Are Honest
And Dishonest Refrigerators
Just as there are honest and dis
honest men and women. On the
refrigerator depends most of one's
home comfortthe pleasure of eat
ing, lightening of kitchen bothers,
less cleaning to do, saving of men
tal worry, time to do things all
this and more, too, comes from the
honefct refrigerator the tricky and
made to sell" sorts beware of.
Marks the highest point yet made
in refrigerator making 15 patents
cover its construction is dependa
ble in every way and helpful the
pride of the housewife. We'd like
to show it to every lady In town.
GOOD TO EAT
Hess Bros, have In display
the fi nest line of fresh fruits
and vegetables to be found
anywhere in the city. See
Cucumbers, Rotating Bars,
Beets, 1 arafps.
Onions, Pie Plant,
Wax Bans. Bummer Squash,
String Beans, Carrots,
Fine Fresh Fish.
Largest dealers, consequent
ly the best selection.
For Picnics or Parties whole
sale or retail at Krell
OET YOUR ORDERS IX
early we will be pleased
to fill them. But always
remember first come first
served. We are prepared to
fill any order no matter how
large or small. If yon want
a small amount for your
dinner we will deliver yon a
quart in balk or brick.
.Nothing ntoer for a Fourth
of July dinner. In the line
We will have an extra layout
suitable for Breakfast, Din
ner or Supper. Do not do
any baking this hot weather.
Yon can buy it cheaper and
get better goods than if yon
made it yourself and save all
the worrying of it not turn
ing oat just right.
No housewife's table is complete,
No matter who is fed,
Without a loaf from Krell ft Math's,
Their perfect home-made bread.
SEE OUR NEW LINE
Tan Cloth Tops
Made by the Peaslee
1705 SECOND AVENUE.
Phone 1166. 1716-1718 Second Ave.
Mclhty 're-Reck pit Goods co.
HE BARGAIN CENTER
1709 and 171 1 Second Avenue, Rock Irfand, EL
Seasonable Hot Weather Bargains.
Sharp buying the last three weeks is what will make livelv
trading; bete this week. Hot weather bargains on our counters
at temptingly low prices for bright new goods. Tlie wash
conds section will be especially attractive. Head carefully what
New and handsome wash e-oods at Ims lhaa ahnluu
prices. The closing of manufacturing and importing stocks
was our opportunity. Through oar New York office we have
seenred 6,880 yards of very choice wash goods at an average of
SOe on the dollar. It's the best offering that has ever been
made this year. Colors are fast and patterns are dainty. For
convenience in selling we divide the purchase Into three lots.
IM1 11,0,5 yards Freaeh Organdie, fine black figured
lawns, figured dimity, 10c and 12c values, now, per yard, 7c
LOT 2 Consists of 2.000 vards of Irish DimltlM. 9J-irwh
Scotch Dimities, fancy lawns, etc, handsome designs, sheer fine
gooos, you nave paia 15c ana isc lor many a yard of tbem, but
for this sale the price is per yard 10c
LAir s The choicest 01 all and the best bargains. 2.500
yards imported Westminster Dimities. French two tnnd f )mu-
dirs, French printed Mulls, fast colors, elegant designs, very
sheer fabrics, you have been glad to get them at 2oe and 35c,
now yon can nave what yon want at 12le-
We expect a bic rash early in the week for these goods and
cannot too strongly urge a prompt selection.
Wita the above we offer another case of those fine Cc char
lies, 10 yards for 29c
Summer Union Suits.
AT 5c Summer union suits, value 25c, while they last 5c
Sweeninc Reductions n the Shirt Waist rriees. To
short work of It we divide the entire stock from fl.es
Into t bit; lots.
LOT 1 at sac Shirt Waists of IVrcaie, lawa and dimity,
attached and detatched collars, the cse, TSe, 8-Je and SI ones,
without reserve for c
LOT 2 at Shirt Waists of impectnd French lawn
nrrsiaa iadty. Sea Island percales, value S1.3H, f L48 and
$l.s. any and all at We
These choice styles wui go so quick, mat tiiere will Be
left for late 1
A Shake-up sale at a reduction of X from foraser prices.
Everything yoa touch In our Underwear depart ascot this
week will have tlte magic of a reduced price. Come (ur bargains.
AT 2c 35 dozen combed yarn vesta, low square neck,
AT lOc Fine cotton vests, fancy ribbed, tape neck, such as
as you msually pay 15c for.
AT 15c White and ecru Egyptian cotton and lisle Inish
vesta, nerk silk taped, yon have been paying SSc ever rw here.
AT 19c Elegant Egyptian Cotton Vests, fancy ribbed,
square and V neck, beautifully silk trimmed, positivrly nothing
better to be had fur 35c.
Men's bonbon Imported French balbrisgan underwear. elc
Cant fine textures, never before sold for less than 75c, aero
Never In the History of
Has such a rich display of Parlor
Furniture been shown as is now on
display at Clemann & Salzmann's.
Oddities and pretty Parlor Pieces
in profusion. Call and see the
600 New Styles in Men's Suits which we have placed on sale at
A NEW BICYCLE
Free if Tours is
3-90 For ults that are worth
4 m Q O For softs that are wortb
590 For s113 that are worth
Q m Q Q For suits that are worth
Cost $2 Annually.
Compare our $3.90 suits with those other dealers sell at $7; the $4.90 with the
$9 suits; the ?.90 with the 110 suits and the 16.90 with the $12 suits.
Youll find them just as advertised.
bc, c TAYLOR, Biggest Bargains in term.
1717 Sooond irass.
Visf Try a Pair cf car N C A
p n Hot Chst 8t.ee. cr.!y SU03