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THJX ABfttJR. FBI PAT JULY 24. 1896. x
. Pay roar wntcr rent.
Watch Tus Ancrs want ads.
Ortr carriages ef Cralle A Co.
He la Una use Ak'ics want ads.
lUtt Kent. fr your Sunday order.
ThHv trrm L's Lilv' liarn.
Dja't Adams' f J. SO aboe sa'.o.
'J he latest la jr.rdlners at EcW
lia'l'j. Kent your house with an lnoii
finest tarnont and reliable driv
er. Cmlle & Co.
Try Adam for bargains
ahra and oxford.'
Stop at Krkhart's
Tovcr tbi evening has been post
poned until Monday evening owing I
to the couditiun 01 tn. weather.
August Steffen, Jr., aad Mra. Julia
Frahro, of Davenport, ere married
ia Sew York Jat evenieg. After a
tonr of the ast ne couple will re-1
tarn tj Davanport for resilience
The Krfcekah sociable and dance I
which was to have taken place atl
Mr. NVjrne', Thirty-first street aad
i'ourteenth avenue, will be pott.
poncd until nest Toesday evening.
V e arc making the pricea on tan
gctit. Bring in the' children and fr1?1f?n PCC COmP
HO, it TOO con find an aAA !,. t. , VJICIVJ1 ItJJ V-Ul 1 IV0
sad aeo those
A full line i f fine vegetable
fruiti at Ilea Urns'.
Mr. an Mrs. Harry Cleaveland
have a new daughter.
Fall styles, st;t and foJora haU at
Simmers & I Velio's.
Straw bats at red used pricca at
Sommrrs & La Vello'a.
Af'.und the Lincoln club excursion
tonight and see tho paper king.
Mr. end Mra. Adolph J. Stoy wish
to tback their neighbors and friends
for klndcoss ahown them in their
late affliction; they also feel grateful
Tor I no many nice norai tributes.
Architect Standahar ha prepared
p!an for a modern 2-story dwelling
which David Brown, Sr., proposes
erecting on his property on Twenty
first atreet adjoining his residence at
a cost of 11,800.
The beaatifal new steamer City of
VT!nnn utiri Itarcra I.irtln V&a will
Te j bin rain e,at. guaranteed not uke nn e,,.,,,.,, to Clinton Sunday.
U Joik. al Mjinmora i.a veue s. Jrty 1(at eaVM Rock Island at
r.xporicBi-B nn Knistj iwuuua tu 4 ;ao a. m. aoa uavonpoti at 7:30 a,
very deUil. Cralle & Co', livery.
Lincoln Mandolin and Glee dabs'
etnir.ton tonight. Entertainment
The time to ft a boy's auit at
greatly reduced pricea at Sotumera &
Lincoln Mamlolia and Glee ciaba
excursion: niuic by mandolin and
All trimmed hats and bonnets at
Suit half price for tomorrow at Mc-
McCabe Uros'. lining department
will b a easy place tomorrow. . You
abould bo there.
Kvery lady attendiog the Lincoln
club excurM.n tonight will be pre
sented villi a souvenir.
H. N. Hansen has returned from a
t o wck' visit with firenae 11 and
Washington, Iowa, friends.
La ties, tho.e regular f 4 quality
ntturda. In tan and ox blood anades,
are stfiliog for t:l at Adams'
You can rest a.uro't tail you got
no lyphf li !vt by drinking Carse
4c Oelw llt-r'a bottled goods.
Mrs. I). La Frame is closing out
her sr.mmer tuillinnry at half pi ice.
L'nll firlj and get lirst choice.
I!r. and at r. D. P. Cations, of Kan
ui City, who hive beea visiting Mrs.
Jjhn Cu!I m, have returned home.
Charles V Mot, of Crookston,
Mian.. U vUitin at tle horae'of Mr.
att 4 Mrs. Jobk Koiuffoo Niuth street.
Urn-I1 l. Inuh and Miss Jennie
Mah.r, ( V-)'lh'jil, wero ninrricd
nt Trinity rcptory yeUjrd.y by liar.
J. W. D. IUviJs.ui.
Th a-nnday reboot picnic of the
Ci.riwao Kvaneliel church, which
was 19 be held t'. morrow, has been
Henry Wjnes, the street car con
duclor.'has boea absent from his
famtllar path of duty the past few
days. It's a boy and No. 1.
Tonight at 6:3) there will ba a
balloon ascension and parachute
j'imp at 'he Nickel Flute ahow,
Forty-aiath street and Fifth avenue.
Carse St O'nlwailer's bottled troods
are manufactured of the purest of
watr. mid by drinking them yoa
ta!.o no chances of getting typhoid
(iet in early tomorrow and get a
pair of those odd shoes or oxfords
going so cheap. See those $1.33 tan
ahoes for ladies (broken sizes). The
Charles Fiebiir eatrred into con
tract today to provide the Moline
council chamber with fans. They
must be going to have some hot
subjects op there.
On account of the big rain Thurs
day McCabe Bros, repeat their offer
for Saturday, all day. Every
trimmed hat and bonnet in the store
at just half price.
The city council met. inspected
and accepted the Twelfth atreet
pavement, lately completed by the
kd wards & Walth Construction com
pany, last evening.
F.xcursion to Clinton. Lyons and
Fulton every Sunday morning at 8
o'clock on the elegant ateamer, Jo
Long. Tickets for the round trip 11.
Agent, T. S. Dunning.
Mrs. John Surman. who went south
with her daughter, Gertrude, for the
betterment ol the latter's health, ar
rived home yesterday, the child'a
condition having become worse.
The benefit to have been given
Manager J. V. Linn at the Watch
m. Tickets oO cents for the round
Campers and picnickers will always
una me nammona racking com
pan's products the most reliable.
Their high standing in lare hotels
and anion? the best families in Amer
ica should he enough to satisfy the
The attaches of Henry Dart's Sons'
wuoiesaie noose are to take their an
nual river excursion tomorrow. The
steamer Carrier has been engaged
for the occasion and will leave at 1
o'clock tomorrow afternoon. The
party will go down the river to Mus
Emil Warnecke and family leave
Monday for Freeport to spend a week
witn the lamuy ft n. u. lfc ioungb
The birthday of Messrs. Warnecke
and Deieungh fall on the same day
aad tbey alternate in celebrating
With a better understanding of the
transient nature of the many phys
ical ills, which vanish belore proper ef
forts gentle efforts pleasantefforts
nenuv aireciea. autre is couuur in
the knowledge, that so many forms of
sickness are not due to any actual dis
ease, but simply to a constipated condi
tion oi the system, wnicn xne pleasant
family laxative. Syrup of Figs, prompt
ly removes. That is why it is the only
remedy with millionsof families, and is
everywhere esteemed so nigiuy oy an
w no value trooa neaun. lis oenencuii
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
all important, in order to get its cene
fjcial ejects, to note when yon put
cbaae, that you have the genuine arti
cle, wnvn is manniactnrea oy me Cali
fornia Fig Syrnp Co. only and sold by
all reputable drnireists.
If ia the eniovment of cood health.
and the system Is reirular, laxatives or
other remedies are then not needed. If
afflicted with any actnal disease, one
may be commended to the most skillful
nhvsicians. but if in need of a laxative.
one should have the best, and with the
well-inf.irmed everywhere. Syrup of
Fiffs stands hitrhest and is most largely
used and gives most general saiisiacuon,
There Are Honest
And Dishonest Refrigerators
Just as mere are honest and dis
honest men and women. On the
eefrigerator depends most of one's
home comfort the pleasure of eat
ing, lightening of kitchen bothers,
lew cleaning to do, saving of men
tal worry, time to do things all
this and more, too, comes from ttte
honest refrigerator the tricky and
- "made to sell" sorts beware of.
rT CAMADT 17"
Harks 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 ahow it to every lady In town.
them in their resiiective homes, Mr
Dejoungh coming to Rock Island last
The Swedish Lutheran church is
to have a moenlight excursion to
morrow evening on the City of
Winona and barge. The boat leaves
Rock Island nt 8 p m. Refresh-
ments will be served. Tickets 25
cents; 15 cettn for children. All are
invited. The Tri-Citv band will fur-
nish tho music.
Mrs. Bridget Coughlin'a lant will
and testament was probated in the
nounty ' court yesterday. Mrs.
Coughliu leaves all cf her personal
property and half of her real estate
to her daughter, Miss Kate, the oth
:r half or the real estate tt ba equal
ly divided beltvecn Jeremiah and
Morris, the testator's sons.
Company A, I. r. U.. leaves on a
special train over the Burlington to
night for n week's encampment at
Springfield. About forty members
will go. Corporal James Mott and
Private Joe Turner are already at
Springfield, having gone a few days
in advance to make arrangements for
their company a coming.
The will of Mrs. Mary E. Thomp
son was probated in the county
court yesterday. The testatrix
leaves all of her property with the
exception of $10, which is beqneathed
to her daughter, Mrs. Anna Dimock,
in the trust of the executor. Dr. J.
H. Sale, for the support and educa
tion oi ner aangnter Stella until she
becomes 19 years of age, when the
property and money such as re
mains is to be divided equally be
tween the three daughters, Mrs.
Lizzie Kells, of Missouri; Mrs. Anna
Dimock and Miss Stella Thompson,
Knows It Woith.
Ruck Island. July 21, 1210 Third
avenue The edition of the Encyclo
pedia Brittannica offered by the
Chicago Tribune is well printed and
well bound, as I know by personal
examination. I ebeertniiy recom
mend it io any o e who desires an
encyclopedia as ft good edition of the
best ore published.
Iea W. Allex, Jit.
Call at the Harper Mouse phar
mary within the next few davs and
get prices and terms. The tribune
has placed It within the reach of
everyone who has the slightest de
sire to possess it.
Do you yant
Something nice for your
S'uiday dinner? If so, you
chu get anything in the mar
ket at 1IESS BKOS'. They
are just now showing a big
line of seasonable vegeta
bles. In addition glance at
their Ut of fruits.
4 "Illue-berries. Plums,
Cnrrants, Bananas, W
mum m chick.
We hare the best arranged
atom in the city, the best fa
cilities for quick service, and
ail orders ar giver attention '
in every detail. Telephone
taste some of
j i6iO Second Ave.
Ic Cream and Fruit Ice
Made at Krell & Math's
And bring a box like the cut
above home to jour wife,
sweetheart or daughter and
it may make a deliciously
cool feeling between you on
ft sultry night, but they
won't object to that when
they find out that it is
Krell & Math's
Any flavor you wish you can
get, so that the cool feeling
will be suitably flavored
Highest Honors World'.
Emanuel Tcteison, a voang gentle
man residing down town, had his
bicvele stolen from his home last
Chief tusl has written Inspector!
r nzpatricK mat no such woman as I
Mrs. J. fl. Grenwell, whose bus-
ban 1 the Chicago police are after for
eloping witn ft Miss Josephine Fis
cher, resides in this city.
Cored the Tetter.
CiiESTEiiViLta, 111., July 6. 1896.
Joseph J. Schrock, cf this place.
makes toe following statement: "I
have taken Hood s Sarsaparilla for I
my blood and as a remedy for tetter.
and after using lew bottles I was
cured." Jcseru J. Sciirock.
i lot of Ladies black Oxfords,
sizes 4, 4, s and 5J, worth
$i, go at 65c
1 lot of Tans, sizes 5, VA, 6,
oji, 7 ana o, worm qoc, go
nt - 50c
All of our Taa Oxfords-
worth up to $1.50 going
lot of Ladies' Tan shoes,
button and lace, broken sizes,
goat - - - $1.38
(See if you can find your size)
TAN IIOES AIL REDUCED
TRY IT. .
KRELL & MATH,
Phone 1166. 1716-1718 Second Are
for. Tour Comfort
And still more for your advantage
seize the first opportunity to in
spect our Stock of furniture. It's
worse than throwing away money
po Throw Away Opportunities.
Most people look for them, bfut
these come to you unsought. Our
( - past record bears out our asser
tions. When we say; now is the
time to buy we mean, it, so call
and look at our line.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN.
Sawed building stone,
Ashlar and trimmings
For cheapness, durability and
beauty excelled by none. This
stone does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, etc. Plans sent
ns for estimates will receive
careful attention and be returned
promptly at our expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Rock
Island on the C, B. &Q.R.R.
Trains Nos. 6 and 10 will stop
and let yiaitora off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone any size desired.
and Photos of
Buildings can be seen at Boom
No. 12, Mitchell & Lynde's build
Arthur Burrall, manager.
Rock Island or Colona, 111.
WATTWa AsTD VamLATIsTO BmiH.
IXYoo Want a
Warm all over.
Warm all the time,
Not too hot in mild weather.
Use the Capitol Hot Water
Or Hecla Steam Heater.
Thirty Capitol Heaters In use
In Rock Ishmd.
Offices la BOCK 18 LAND aad MOUBI
HEIVER8 & ANDERSON
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
Ml feted, of
Ofr.ee and Shop 71 Twelfth street
M. & K. July Shoe Sale
"Let 'tm go is the M. & K. method after the Fourth. Much rather have you wear our fine
shoes at a loss to us than carrying over. It's a treat at our expense.
A NEW BICYCLE I
Free if Tours is I
Hood's Pills cures all liver ills.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A fvtt Crape Cream of Tartar PowJt. Free
from Ammonia. Alum or any other aJultaat.
43 YSM THS STAK5AXO.
Hncpltal Cora at CMaHtwn
Chairman C II Doere. of the joint
commuiMt cn me uopiiai corner
stonw laying. In called a meeting at
the Mohne Art club rooms tomor
row evening, when be desires tbe
attendance of all committeemen.
Cost $2 Annually.
Subscribe for Tbe Akqcs.
C. C. TAYLOR,
1717 Second Avenue.
On all fine shoes from $1.50 upward.
$6.00 Shoes Reduced to $4.50 05.50 Shoes Reduced to 04,13
05.00 Shoes Reduced to 03.75
04.00 Shoes Reduced to 03.00 03.50 Shoes Reduced to Q2.G3
One-fourth off or a reduction of 25 per cent means less than the cost of 'manufacture.
If you want a fine shoe, a swell shoe, here is o ur chance, as this sale includes ' everything
Patent Leathers, Vici, Cordovans and Tans.
Big Reduction on
Big Reduction cn