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TOP AROUa TUESDAY. JULY 26, 1896.
Pay jour water rent.
Order carriages oJCralle & Co.
Ci lo Lckaart' fur ulcere board?
Tbe lost broom Let's Litt Um.
Slcer t"ard 35 cents at KcLhart's
Mr. and Mrg. B. " A. Harts bare a
Uury (tr ly, if Clifcayj. ii viait
iti uif la the city.
KtDt tcronjt and reliable driv
rt. C'ralU & (.'..
Heme ri.hr r tha CJu-kah f-odable
and dunce tonight.
Itoa't hu i k.; th.l you get
Caroe St Ulitreilir, bf.ttleJ kx2.
Kxporicar.e aod close attention to
yry detail. Crallo & CoV livery.
Major Koo i prowinj pite a
healthy crop of Lay ou Fifth avenue.
If you want tbe .Trunin, new fail
to call far time 4 Ohlwcilcr'i ground
M-ut. C. J. K.r.i.ki:i and wife left
f r ramp Lincoln, bjirinlield, fur
ivi tmir day. m
J. A. Jiilinont h it returned from
hon. where he attended tbe Ituck
Choice white uaU of last rear'
w!no Inwa crop, for tale at J. S.
The Lbii-ao bridge and Iron com
pany U putting a new cornice on the
atandpipe on Thirtieth street.
Mr. 1). !.a Frame is closing out
her sumntrr millinery at half price.
Call car! and get Crst choice.
Mrs. H S. (iujer and daughter,
Mrs. J. It. Kimball, are home from
their visit to Hot Spriops. P. U.
Jude tlienn reconvened the cir
cuit court this afternoon, when the
special petit jury reported for doty.
Mr. W. K. Stewart, of New York
City, left fur home last evening after
a visit to her nephew, lir. K. M.
Mr. and Mrs. I S. McCabe enter
talued a com pan J of young people last
evening at their Eighteenth atreet
I.ouis Kccvrt, cf Sprinplicld, is
viMtinp at tbe honie of his parents
Mr. and Mrs. John Kceve.i, ou Twen-tjr-tirt
Allen llanner leavea thU evening
tor Humansvl'.lo, Mo , in response to
telegram announcing the serious
Illness of bis mother.
Chief F.tzol has. changed Oflicer
Carues to tbe night upper end patrol,
planing (Uhcer Simmons in the west
end. The cUaogu is temporary,
Mr. aud Mm. Join F. Dtvia, who
have been visiting with Mrs. Anna
Doonan, 2115 Seventh avenue, leave
tomorrow for their future home at
Mrs. K. . Webber, I'rof. and Mrs.
Mister, of New llavi-n. Conn., and
their daughter. Miss F.llcn Miater,
and Miss Alice Heritor, leave this
evening for Mackinaw.
Supervisor F. M. Sinntt has re
turu.J from atrip to St. Paul and
other northern cities, Mr. McLaugh
lin, who accompanied him going on
to his homo iu (ialcsburg.
(Jeortre Slator ouarrcled with hi
father-in law, and Sunday morning
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ii i j nantni n;i:ni'll in IKS nam on a
farm four miles south cf Cambridge.
Matrr rentod the farm of his father-in-law.
Up in Moline they Lave a cornfield
on Ihn principal paved street of the
town ; but corn heats weeds, espe
cially aikIi as are growing aloog
many or nock iiaui t prominent
i.. i.. .iiorgon, oi Moiine, was
among the early rooming departures
ou the Hack Island & Peoria. He is
aecoiaf anied by Lis wheel and pro
poses spinning aooui bngland
month before returning.
C. I Cordon. Anlrew Carl and
M. I. Morris litvo gone to Idaho
Springs, Col., to inspeet tho lianty
mine, whirh is being worked by a
Uoi'k Island company, and which is
uevcioping some neb metal.
Tbe ordinance and street and alley
committees had a meeting to discuss
tbe river front grade questional tbe
cny nan iai eveuing, but could
come to no definite conclusion and
adjourned until Thursday evening.
The Woman's Foreign Missionary
society of th First M. F- church
has changed the date of tho meet
ing to be held at the home of Mrs. G.
vt. initio, iiuj s.rooi! avenue.
from Thursday until triuay evening
tridav of this week tbe Chicago
Tribune will remove their exhibit
from the Harper Houre pharmacy.
If you have not jet availed yourself
oi lie oner iney are making call
before that time and leave your ap
The Chicago papers say that Judge
Highest Honors World Fair,
MOST PERFEQJ MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Pow&r. Free
pen Ammonia, auii or srjr other adultennt.
49 TEA US TW STANDAUX
Showalter has ordered the sale of the
2J plants owned by tbe Columbia
Straw Paper trnst in Illinois. This
include tbe mill at Sears. The sale
lii late place at apnngneia in the
Excursion to Clinton, Lyons and
lltoa eVerV Sutldxv lunra'inir mt a
'clock on the elecmnt atonTa,- frt
uoug. ncnen lor tbe round trip II.
jcnii x. o. funning, i Le Uuuglas
oardman leaves at 3:15 n tn. and
arrives at 11 a. ni.
Manager J. V. Liuu'a benctit trol-
T UarlV attracted K luran i.r...l
t ciuht. all entertainment t. the
wcr beinir thrown 11111 tn o.nu
Datrouizin? the (Tir shM
nicely arranged and much enioved
1 I F a
' mi iu n.ieuuauce.
A l'mnd excursion nrill h
tomorrow evening by the Young
Ladies socictv of the (.ttrm.n r.nfh.
eran church on the steamer Mary
morion, uoai leaves at 8 . m.
Uio bv Itlener'a hin.l Rr,.v.
ents will be served on the boat.
It wsa decided by the Sangcrfegt.
tbe NorLh Wfaltf.rn KitnirurhNml .t
... uuni-. n k
Dubuue, to hold the eighteenth
San?erfest in IS" &t 1)
that city is greatly elated over the
pruapect. it wu uring 10 mat city
, large number of people two years
Tbe annual excursion via the L. E.
it V. road to Cleveland, Cbaotau(ua
ake, ltuffaln, Put-in-bay, Toronto
nd the Thousand Islands will leave
'eoria Wadnexdav. Antf A ifcatt
Tbe rtte to Piit in-bav is 4 for the
round trip; Niagara Fall $4.75; cor.
irluiiuiu iuw rates 10 o-ner points.
Thomas & Smith nf f hivn
completed the steam beating job at
llm nilhlin l.n.l.lln.r V M K'lT
dcr, who has bien suerintending
the work for tbe firm left today for
Fort Worth. The work was looked
over by Government Inspector Pick
etts yesterday and he oronounced it
Mrs. Mlnnix Mninnr mif tt ir r
Meanor, formerly of this city, died
yetcrday afternoon at the home cf
hpr rnranltt. Mr n.l XlrJ Ir. Kr .
tens, in Davenport, leaving a child
. i 1 1 .
mo weeks oiu. ine case is au ex-
teedingly distressing one, as the
roung couple had been married
scarcely a year.
KeV. Edward P. Mnrnlii n S. n
professor of mathenatics in tbe
university of Notre Dame, Notre
Dame. Ind., will be in tbe city for a
few days, commencing Monday, in
the interest of bis school. Those de
siring information or particulars con
cerning this great institution of
learning may call upon him at the
Harper house. ' '
'1'inafore1' was iriven a HoKtrhtfal
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presentation before a large audience
at tho Tower by the comic antra
company last evening. The piece
was sung wun a vim auu snap that
was refreshing, and tho appreciation
of which the audience attested by its
unstinted plaudits. The company
also gave the last act of The Mi
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'iu wuu pleasing cneci.
Ihedemocrtic convention cf the
Tenth congressional district U tn l
held tomorrow at l.alva. Tho pan.
didates most talked of are Meigs
nan, u. i. uauo, w. 11. Moore, and
liuv C. Scntt. althontrh it ia linrlnp.
stcod tho e late converts to the cause
ollreonlver. Vr. J. W. Morgan, of
Moline. and Capt. A. P. Petrie, of
New Windsor, Mercer county, would
each like the nomination.
Tl.Q funeral nf thn Ittn W;ill-,m
Parker waa held frr.ni tho mr.n-.
stricken home on Eighth avenue this
auer noon. i;ev. 1. v. Allen olhciat
inr. A nnartet pnmiut.nil rf atSaoAa
Clara Ilass and lielle Folsom and
Messrs. 11. if. holsom and Add Gcst
sang -Lead Kindly Light." "We
Shall Meet By and" By" and ' Some
""v njr. mo pauocarers were:
Charles Kolls. Charles Johnson,
James Elkhart, John Ullemeyer,
jacoo Aninony ana orman Wocilia.
A dispatch from Omaha to the Chi
cigo Times-Herald gives the follow,
ing particulars affecting a local en-
tcmrise: CThria I'rnlrnt r d.j
rested today and is being held for
I tld 1 III . MnlnA. ....I. T . .
.uw 'V c 0UIUC9 aitlUUtrilll73. tV IS
the Datentee of a rnmliin.tinn ,.v..
board, clothes basket, and other
mings. ne came to this city about
a ween ago 10 esiaunsu a manufac
tory and headquarters. Tte com
plainant in the case ia T. JarVamn .
resident of DcS Moines, who alleges
A tL a W . a a 1 . .
i"i i roiexicr soia mm me right to
sell the patent in Iowa, after he had
sold it to a man in Rock Island.
Jackson says be paid Protexter t300."
ttenerally fair and warmer this
afternoon, tonight and Wednesday
aoumcriy winds. Today's temper-
e. ai. atz, unaerver.
Itanlcrr Make (.axxl lbrir Word.
AMliNns. July 2S. The bankers
are nukin(nJ thrir nnHiilMesinthenut
tor of turning In irold to the treasury and
yewcrony in rearrvp wa swelW bv the
addition of 1.1.im in coin. H(.t"com
lnu from Bocton, fci,ono from Chicnira.
and ll'.a.ttw from New York. There was
drawn ont TpntnLiT in
j t.w .1, favi.a wiu
and ri.r In gold bar. leavtuj; the re-
Tr ai me riooe oi Duicens standing at
Aatamlai Maraao'a Triula-ta.
New York. July M. Antonio Murono,
who lives at 3A First avenue, claims the
record of the season. His wife has pre
sentixl him with trinlfts one hor and
two irirls. Antonio thinks the prorwvling
stcnillcnnt a third t-rm f.nr drover
Cleveland. He has named them accord
ingly. The bpy ia callml G rover neveland
aiurono, uie giris cstner and liuta J!u
iMlrfrata Shot at Matanaa,
HAVASA, July 2S. Throe insurant
prisoners Luis Mora, Miael . Alvi.nx
ana Kidrtruea Antonio Caria vet shot
yesterday morning at the castle of iSan
aTwmft aiMaj .
leal ills, which vanish before proper ef-
rightly directed. There is comfort in
the kiinwl.icr ttiat t. mn..
. .uuw DU UIUUJ W UI3 VI
aickness are not due to any actual dis
ease, uui simply to a constipated condi
tion of the system, which the pleasant
familV laYItt 7va Kirniiw.l i.ra ..wr.mM
ly removes. That is why it is the only
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j nuuiuiuiuuavi laiiiuu's, auu la
everywhere esteemed bo hig-hly by all
who value li..ult1i 11 o iu.nini
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effects are due to the fact, that it is the
one remedy which promotes internal
clea.Rline&H withnnf l..i.;i;.n.;n ai.
organs on which it acts. It is therefore
uuijuriaiifc, a orier to gents bene
iicial e fftit tn ri n-Kon -
ehasa. thlat von tiara l)ia manv.InA
cle, which is manufactured by the Cali-
ioriua r ig jiymp to. ouiy ana Bolu by
all reputable druggists.
If in that pninvmiiiil r9 fvnA.1 VM11.
-- J".' - v. ajvrvna aaccaiiit,
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 slftmld have the best, aud with tbe
well-informed everywhere. Syrup of
Figs stands highest and is most largely
used and gives most general satisfactioa
iju you yyant
Soiuetliing nice for your
Sunday dinner? If so, yuu
cau K-t anything in the mar
ket at 1IKSS BUOS'. They
are just now showing a big
line of seasonable vegeta
bles, in addition gluure at
their list of fruits.
4 JIueberries. Plums,
2 California Paachs,
j auiornia rears,
Choice Eating i pples.
MasrMELOSS IS3 WATERMELC5S.
We have the best arranged
store in the city, the best fa
cilities for quick service, and
all orders are given attention
in every detail. Telephone
; HESS BHDS.
1620 Second Ave. &
Shoes f Oxfords
I lot of Ladies black Oxfords
sizes 4. AA. ? and nvJ. wnrth
$- - 1 ' -'
1, go at - - - . . . 6c
1 lot of Tans, sizes cvf. r
6X, 7 and S, worth ooc. ero
at - - - err
All of our Taa Oxfords-
worth up to Si..o firoini?
at - si
I lot of Ladies' Tan rirw:
button and lace, broken sizes.
goat ... ,,8
(See if you can find your size)
TAN SHOES ILL REDUCED
Free If Toon is
Cost $2 Annually.
?S C. C. TAYLOR,
1717 Second Anm
There Are Honest
And Dishonest Refrigerators
Just as there are honest and dis
honest men and women. On tbe
refrigerator depends most of one's
home comfort the pleasure of eat
ing, ligbtcuini? of kitchen bother,
lens cleaning to do, savine of men
tal worry, time to do things all
this and more, too, comes from the
honest refrigerator the tricky and
niade 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.
And then tas:e somo of
Ice Cream and Fruit Ice
Made at Krell & Math's
And bring a box like the cut
above home to yonr wife,
sweetheart or daughter and
it may make a delicioasly
cool feeling between you on
a sultry night, but they
won't object to that when
they find ont that it is
Krell & Math's
Any flavor yon wish you can
get, so that the cool feeling
will be suitably flavored
KRELL & MATH,
Phone 1156. 1716-1718 Second Aye.
Mclhtyre-ReCh Goods co.
1709 and 1711 Second Avenue, Rock Island, IU.
THE BARGAIN CENTER
NICKELS AND DIMES
Will have a new buying power here this week We
ar prosecuting a Money Saving Campaign with" vigor
and there's no time like the present to buy. Where
except here, can yon buy $0 aud $8 ,ilk Vaists for
f 1.98, 3 cloth capes for 79c, best 20c triple extracts
at 10c, best crotchet cotton 2c a ball, best 3 cord ma
chine thread lc a spool, 75e extra heavy pure silk
mitts 38c, S5c black mohair belts 10c, etc. It pays to
make the sacrifice of buying here in July.
A Great Mid-Summer Sale of Dress Goods
At Uchnlnnara lost sight of and oh-m auffn a biff ahrinkan.
tam )inm or drra - ood. are to be b,(il toward the doin T in 000
ble quick t me. To attiart .fi.rp .tlant.on to ttata and m.k. It ?S.
a aim hi
iftfcea s bl Mvlng on
ovr we will m11 the lininm mt Itmir Pri
thr nun haiarft
Sharp Cut Prices.
50c and 62c Dress Goods 39c.
M -Inch silk and wool mixture).
4-2 inch Trr flue all wool ladies' c'.oth.
W inch English covert cloth.
asd -lnchall wool French fancies.
34 inch black finish Hcuiletta.
Aut and all at SSo, aud tho lining half price.
32c and 595 Dress Goods at 25c.
Sfi hub all wool BantietUt and aetgea.
3D inch all wool assorted plains.
TB luch all wool Gilbert a- d assabet fancii s.
1 our choice at 3c.
SPECIAL IN DRESS GOODS.
One Dollar quality 4G-inch silk finish Henriettas.
39-inch gray chudda cloth, 6-ineh black broadcloth,
52-inch Tangier novelties, 52-inch wide wale navy
serge. 40-inch two toned Harvard twilla, 44-inch im
ported black Bradford mohairs, very handsome pat
terns', any and all at 69a a yard. Linings at half price.
M-iucb cardinal broadcloth at 47c a rard.
Vt-ry bpeclal-W lack black toaalr at c a r d, and liainfs at half
A big lot of tempeted steel scissors at ne on tbe i"o'lar. Sharp cut
tiniredK.a nlcaljr nickel llol-hrd. cbeapest in the lot w rtii a. rHjr
choice o'ic dime, like Sixes i.S.T. S aad S iarbca. I tiere a.a tinli
abonl U0 pain la the lot, so coma hi a harry. 10:. '
The New Hose Supporter.
Hare oa ecen It? One stzs for eTerybadr bad It froe oa like Hirl t
nloc. We are introda. in( inn at Me histaarl i t be aaual 20c. ulvra
perfect aatirtsetioa. Oace tried joa'll aaa ao other.
Attention, Ye Merry Camoers!
14: bo.s alee palm lurch k labels of extra atrenvt1!. At S5c, hanj
eouie w4lkw basket, trimmed, big lunch basketa worth up to uc A
tpeclai lotot extra larff c .Tend baskets, worth 10 aad tic, aow tc.
HKRRBOT-:riprettrred sail b-ata with keel, two tails, canter
aiaat and riggiag. all complete lu and be. Ualy 100; aow haaiie.
AHDFORTBR olRL8- laree II 8S doll bedsteads of white ca
amel, braes mounted, while the; lsat 47c. Come quick.
Remnants of Mattings
WortbtS, 13,S2ardt5catdint to It jard kn joar dole at
A Ul JUMP
We are now presenting a stock of Carpets, Rugs, etc, that mikes a
clean jump over competition. Just as guns beat the bow and arrow,
so we surpass all rivalry In the artistic and picturesque attractiveness
of new paterns in
i ffiltons, Brussels, Yelvets. ixminsters, iDgraiiis, etc.,
Manufactured exclusively for cur trade. Tomake your home
delightful and your rooms as pleasing and inviting as possible, give
our carpets the floor. Now is the lime of year when you can have a
carpet laid with the least trouble. Bear ia mind our stock of Furni
ture is unsurpassed, and we invite inspection.
Clemann & Salzmann.
LbAllbUs IN OCR LINE. S
M. & K. July Shoe Sale
"Let '(m 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.
WW ay ay ay
On all fine shoes from $3.50 upward.
$6.00 Shoes Reduced to $450 5.50 Shoes Reduced to
5.00 Shoes Reduced to $3.75
$4.00 Shoes Reduced to $3.00 . S3.50 Shoes Reduced to 02.63
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 on