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THC ABGU8. TOESDAV, AUGUST 11, 1890.
V'o)t!oK'B hg t oiling Thursday.
The Uat broom Lm'i Little Oam.
Itahbtr tired baggies at Cralle
Justice Dtvid Hawei has returned
Miss Mabelle Porter I ill with the
Theodore t'rey has returned home
af lef a vUlt to Chicago.
Louis Scimitar i visiting rela
tives at Ubinetack, Iowa.
Tctnphona 1321 if yt.n want spring,
chickens. C. W. H jrtvn.
AtU-nd the srrand (ilcnln and lop
rolling of the Woodmen Thursday.
Don't b-i fooled; see tbat yea fret
Carte & Ohlweiltr's bottled good.
("apt. Kd Cook it beru from lea
Moines on a short visit to old friends.
Gen. T. J. Henderson, of Prince,
ton, is lu the city today on bubi
nef. Cllr.g and free stone peaches 2'
cents a perk bos. Morton, S'JG Twen
It yon want the genuine, never fail
to null tr Curse & Ublweiler's crown
Iter. W. C. Roach. pattor of the
ItaftUH chnrch of Cordova, was in
the city yesterday.
1 rank Zielrr has gone on a visit
t't Sahara Kalis and other points of
interest in the Cat.
A cool day in the woods. .Take
your family to the Woodmen picnic
and log rolling Thursday.
D'puty County Clerk Henry Hub
bard i back from a trip to Milwau
kue aud Cher northern points.
Air. T. II. Kcidy's condition is
slightly improved, a fact which her
tuaoy frirnild will be happy to learn.
The Williams farm house near
Cordova, a favorite rummer resort
for catfi'pvr. Las been destroyed by
The Misses Itoasie and Louise Bat
tles departed fur St. Paul on the
steamer Sidney Saturday for a short
visit to friends.
Trinity Improvement gnild will
fucet at the home of Mrs. le Suland,
ll'J Twenty-third street, Wednesday
afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Did you get a pair of those tan ox-
fords are selling at 1, worth
tl.fio? it not, see if you can find
your size yrt. The itoston.
There will be a lawn sociablo at
thn residence of F. M. Sinnett on
fifth, avrnuo tonight, for the benefit
of Ituinnnuel Itapiist church.
I'.inployes of the Hock Island &
IVorin road wilt herunftrr be puid on
tho 12th of the month, instead of on
tbe lir-t Saturday after the luth.
Tho will of F. Oscar Johnson was
probntod In the county court yester
day. Mrs. Annette K. Johnson, the
widow, is loft all of the property.
William Hitchcock, the Kock Isl
and & Pi'oria conductor, has resumed
bis duties after spending a couple of
months about tLe resorts in search of
About three hundred took in the
excursion to Clinton today on the
City of Winona, given under the aus
pices of tho Young Men's Christian
CI ill MeFarland and Linn Wescott,
two of Cliillieo'.hc's sscicty young
men, arn visiting at the residence
of M. W. Battles, having made the
trip on bicycles.
(onts' (an shoes slaughtered from
now on. Lots of time to wear tans
yrt, nnd the prices we are making on
thctii are unheard of. Find a pair to
nit; we will make the pi Ice to suit
you. ino uoston.
A special meeting of the county
hoard is being held this afternoon
for the purpose anion? other things
of deciding on a heating apparatus
tor me new court nouse.
Uy patronizing Cralle A Co.'s liv
ery you get the best of turnouts at
the most reasonable prices. Kxper
loured men are in chargo and only
careiui i rivers are lurnisiieu.
Oxford bargains all of our OX'
fords go at prices within the reach of
all from now on. A little money
imys lots of leather from now on.
Find your size, the price will suit
you. The Boston.
Thomas I). Mtckav, who has been
in Lock Island for several weeks as
manager of the Watch Tower Opera
company, left today for Philadelphia.
wu'-re dp resumes His regular sea
s it position at the hoad of the
Chicago Murine band.
There will be a sociable on the
lawn cf Trinity chapel, corcer of
rtcvecia street ana fourth avenue.
this evening. Mumc bv the Sher
wood iuarlct ar.d West F.nd Mando
lin emu. A good time is promised
IHibcst Honors World Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE
A purs Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
Srero Ammonia, AUm at any other adulter int.
40 TUXS THE STANDARD.
to all. Refreshments served during
A larpe attendance is expected sit
the prand lot; rolling and picnic of
the Modern Woodmen at .the Hop
field Thursday. The entertainment
will consist of bicycle, foot, sack and
wheelbarrow races and in fact every
thing to make a pleasant day.
Mrs. Caroline Ziegler's will was
probated ia the county court yester
day. The instrument, drafted May
21.' 18Su. provides that all of the tes
tatrix's possessions go to her chil
dren, Caroline Fckhardt. of Daven
port, and E. K. Ziegler, of this city.
llev J. Z. Helm and Mrs. Aornsta
Leu is were married yesterday after.
noon at the residence of Isaac Parry,
1410 Fourth avenne, by Rev. F. YV.
Merrcll, of the First Methodist
church. The groom is pastor of the
Methodist church at Hayes Center,
Neb., where the couple went today.
Tho Bryan club has a meeting at
1809-1811 Second avenue tonight for
the purpose of making further ar
rangements for the presidential cam
paign. A uniform for tbe marching
club will in all probability be se
lected and such other matters as re
quire immediate attention, will be
Now that the interior of police
headquarters has been improved
it would not be a bid idea for the
city to purchase a few dollars1 worth
of furnilnre. The chairs and desks
which at present grace the station
are becomiug decidedly aed and
should be relegated to tho wood
The Chleago, Ilurlington & (join.
cy s track near the viaduct was dis-
pi iced its', evening by a dynamite
blast made, bv workmen engaged in
excavating for tbe Twenty-fourth
street storm drain. About thirty
feet of the track was raised several
feet and the incoming and outgoing
St. Louis and Savanna trainswere de
layed a few hours while the damage
was being repaired.
Reidy Bros, closed quite a large
real estate deal today, convevin"
property to the amount of $10,800,
the parties concerned in the transac
tion lcing William Schtnitl. of South
Kock Island, who purchased the well-1
known 40-acre fruit farm of George
SchaetTcr, located in Blackhawk '
township, Scott county, Iowa. Mr.
Schacfler takes in trade Mr.Schmiel's
South Heights home and two acres on
Twelfth street, South Ruck Island.
for which he pays 14.800.
Norman Woodin attempted to
board the City of Winona awheel nt
the Seventeenth street landing this
morning. When about halt way up
the gang plank bis bike began to tot
ter and toppled over into the water.
d'enching the rider from head to foot.
Mr. W 004 in hnng on to his wheel
which he finally brought safely to
terra Crma. Although soaking wet
he was not to miss the excursion;
so with the water trickling down his
back he boarded the boat.
The 13th annual St. Louis exposi
tion opens Wednesday. Sept. 9, and
closes Oct. 24. This year's exposi
tion will be equal to any of the past.
ana promises to be one of tbe best
ever held. Gilmore's famous band,
conducted by Victor Herbert, has
been engaged for the first 22 days,
and Innes' band, under tho direction
of F. N. Inncs, for the last 18 davs.
Either of these bands is the equal
of any in the United States. Four
concerts will be given daily. Every
department will be filled with inter.
esting exhibits of every character
and description. Special attractions
in rne way of Lockbart a live wonder
ful trained elephants, and will give
two exhibitions daily on the stage of
of the grand music hall,
Sapsnwlsu for SUsnln.
A telegram from Messrs. Wade and
Beardsley, counsel for Ed Shevlin, to
I he Auous this afternoon from
Quincy says that that Judge Car
ter, of the supreme court, has
granted a supersedeas in the ca e of
tne young Chicago crook.
This insures freedom to Shevlin
umu ma suiing or tbe sunreme
court in October, when the outcome
of his case as determined at the last
term of the circuit court will either
be sustained or reversed.
With s better understanding of tbe
transient nature of the many phys
ical ilbs which vanish before proper ef
forts frentle efforts pleasuuterTorts
rijrbtly 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 system, which the 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 highly by all
who value good health. Its beneflcial
effects are due to the fact, thai it is the
one remedy which, promotes internal
cleanliness without debilitating1 the
organs on which it acts. It is therefore
all important, in order to get its bene
ficial effects, to note when you pur
chase, that you have the genuine arti
cle, which is manufactured by the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co. only aud sold by
all reputable druggists.
If ia the enjoyment of good health,
and the system is rejrular, laxatives or
other remedies are then not needed. If
afflicted with any actual disease, one
may be eomraeudud 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 jives most general satisfaction.
On thm Kane Rait IMamond.
CHICAGO. Aub. 11. Following nr.! fuii
ball scores ni.i-.lu hy League clubs: At
1'biliHlclphln Int.Un S, Philadelphia 3
At CleVL'lind I'll t jlinrir 10 ( l..vul ,t,, ;
at Baltimore Waahimrton 4, Italtimoro
II; nt liruoklvn .New York 7, Brooklyn 2.
Western bciguc: At Columbus Grand
jtipiuso, voiuiiiiHis s; at Milwaukee
St. Pnnl M MiKvmiU w 10- nt 1n.lin....n..i
IX-troK 11, Indianapolis C; at Kansas
vuj aiinneupnns si, aanmi I ity a.
Chlraco Journal Not for Sala.
Chicago, Aug. 11. Keferring to a state
ment mi be iribuno that V. R. Hearst
had purchased The Chicago Journal. Goo.
G. tooth ura that "no negotiations of
any kind hv been opened otjiave been
pending for the purchase of The Chicago
Journal, and what is moiv than that, the
paper is not for aale and never has been
since George. G. Booth bought a control
ling interest In the property from John U.
Rangr Betweea loS and 1U3.
Stkrliso, Kas., Aug. 11. Saturday the
mercury was 106 In the shade and Sunday
102. Fanners say the corn will not make
over half a crop. The hot winds have
worked daniaffe all over the country, whil
fields look as though fire had passed
BnsW Srasf aslva
Tfca best talre la the world tor
cats, bruise, aoret, oleers, salt
rheum, tevar soraa. totter, ehapped
hands, chilblains, corn and. ail akin
eruptions, and poaitiTaly cores
piles or no pay required. It ia guar
an teed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. Prioe 26 cents per
bcx. Sot salo by Harts A CUeaejar.
9ta&. sns-Ajass-afikat sfkr HsjBaassvaS'B
i r iL' p j
"I lueberries. Plums,
Free Stone Peaches,
Apples, (eating and cooking)
4 Muscatine Watermelons on Ice.
CHICKENS . . .
Dressed Spring Chickens.
VEGETABLES . . .
Wax Beans, Cucumbers,
Roasting Ears. Radishes,
Pummor t quash. Beets,
Sweet Potatoes, Tomatoes,
All of this and much more at
Every pair of Oxfords
and summer shoe Men's,
Women's and Children's
REDUCED. Low prices
prevail. Don't miss this
New line of Men's J QQ
New line of Boys' 1 fifl
Shoes I UU
New line of Youths'
Free U Tours ia
Cost $2 Annually.
C C. TAYLOR,
1717 Second Arena, fit
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
borne comfort the pleasure of eat
ing, lightening of kitchen bothers,
less cleaning to do, saving of men
tal, worry, time to do tilings all
this and more, too, comes from the
honest 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.
Sno w Balls
AE OUT OF" SEASON','
although they would bo
refreshing goods when the
mwenry ia soaring up to
100 degrees. But don't dis
Fair; you can get jast as
much refreshing pleasure
from a ball of RKELL &
MATH'S rich, cold, delicious
Ice Cream or Fruit Ice
in all flavors that will make .
yon wish for an overcoat af
terward. We want you to give
us an order for Brick Ice
Cream for your party or din
ner. We give you three
kinds of ice cream in each
brick, and a 2-quart brick
serves 12 persons, or a 1
quart six persons. It is
easy to serve and your com.
pany is well pleased.
DON'T BAKE this hot
weather; let ns do it for yon.
A nice 2-layer cake, either
chocolate, caramel or marsh,
mallow, for 25c. You can't
make one like it for the
KRELL & MATH,
Phone 1156. 1716-1718 Second Ave.
Mc Nn tyre-Reck ory Goods co.
THE BARGAIN CENTER
1709 and 171 1 Second Avenue, Kock Island. lit
IT'S A QUESTION OF MONEY
tul housewife who haa to make a smaller allowance do
the same buying. Mcintyre-Keck Drv tloods Co.
meet yon more than halt way .ud will let ont the sur
plus of several stocks this week at low prices that are
J.m ply .rresistible. Wie people wilfbny now at
iealon"0 ' eVeB " ' 8ide for noth
LadicV and Children's Summer Vests.
,JI',"a.,0Mf Mies' anoehWrBBmer w will ha Wt
e.aitvrictri4ici.loua!y low. at dsys f mmrm TweMllr ahJL i
dozoa good c tton Tests, nonta Se at 1c each
a 1 vtt If0" lh lttt M M ' dMS ,iB-
31 d'len e)tgDt cotton ithbcd Tern, silk laprd. best eonihrd
era bargain, at fofmar priea. lc. ISc. Ti,
ont m tbe sarplos stock rmuctton at Ms ,wel't
t..;.eSTea2,i5i,,0JnT ,lk. t combed ro'-
forsi. T5C T1"' tre-'naotts'y redaicd and now any
We are determined Vtnske a clearing of snromrr nrdenrr
t.Kut in the mtdrt ot th teasoa and 1H .cl" reitdle o7cos?or ,Tal!
5c and 10c Wash Goods Again.
Rook bland has never witnessed such sellinc of wash finds as was
Men overourronnter. last wee. The flying scissors TdlsKbote Uw
sands of varda to barpain lovirs. We had .nicnded liml.io the Si
? ,hTf Lb"l-?,w .T '1w" who ' etlnloea'innd Tan"
JiT. ,h'''','"twhrowutov2.''rca or csoca lawns, dimi
ties, organdies and K.npbama at the aama magic Drtrer
At Sc. wash koohIs worth up to 4.1c.
At lOo, wash goods worth op to 37HC.
Liquefaction perspiration, handkerchiefs a need ot
the day. Ww let out some of our surplus at cheap
ness extraordinary. More than 2.U0U handkercbit-fs
in three lots:
At 5c. pretty white hemstitched with colored border
and plain, 8a and 10c values.
At 10c, very'pretty embroidered, sheer hemstitched
and fancy border handkerchiefs, initialed ones, worth
15a and ISc
at ISc, cWsat'T nabroidrrsd handksrcLi-ra. xmf sWr hrmatilchrd
ones asd a MX ml hatidiusss lalliased oars, suw rU and Vie.
Summer Wrappers, Duck and 2-Piece Suit.
Xverytbinf la thesa llari to be lot ant at pr'cs 70a cas.t riat:
..Ds'k saita with fall skirU. ft, S3 sad (I awes, will W kt oat at :.
ark iht srira. ,
Twolcrc nits mast e and will at those rot prtcss: ts ft hi dollar
ona at ksr ; Tl of what ws bad ton ot tfce ft a0 and t t-ptecc salts, w.U
vaaishatssc. Materials are percale and piqa.
Sntnater Wrapaera orytbhi la laws, llct percale, vnr ;
med ia emhr.lderi and haodsoaelT aaad valuoa $1 (a X&, fa and
SJ Tn One Koand iMllar bays any of thesa aow-f 1.
All the Jap faery folding faas at two prices:
At fa. fans worth ap to 20;.
At lot, thou worth ap so oc
A GLEAN JUMP-
We are now presenting a stock of Carpets, Rugs, etc , that makes 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 i nt i f i
S Wiltons, Brussels, Velvets, himim, fiigraiiis, etc.,
Manufactured exclusively for our trade. To make your Home
delightful and your rooms as pleasing and inviting as 'possible, give
our carpets the floor. Now Is the time of year when you can have a
carpet laid with the least trouble. Bear in mind our stock of Furni
ture is unsurpassed, and we invite inspection.
IClemann & Salzmann.
LEADERS 11V OITIt Y,lrVR. fcJ
I Worth 50c to $c
Greatly Reduced Prices
Worth 75c to $i
Our Mr. Mosenfelder is in New York placing orders for the
manufacture of our Fall and Winter stock. All summer
goods must and will go. The reduced prices will move them
quick. " A splendid opportunity to buy now.
1729 Second ave.
118 to 124 Eighteenth St.
Shield Bows !
Big Reductions in Tan Shoes.