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THB AB6U8. FRIDAY. AUGTJ8T 14. 189a
In ethrr net or wembcrdry.
In m-mner hot or cold
( in A'.k"itouiiij tely
A. bm giKNl frld.
f ubscribe fur Tan Aruu..
Tb beit brocm Lee's Little Gem.
Dolly Bros, are showing fall styles.
Jonas Bear is at Hot Springs, S.
F!l stjlcs la men's shoes at Dollr
the new story on second
Mrs. William Hoeft i visiting in
Fresh butter and egs at the Boule
Choice cooking apples at the
Spring rhickens and old chickens
at 11. Tremann'a Sods'.
City Electrician William Dickman
it laid up with illness.
Order your roasts (or Sunday din
ner at 11. Treniatin's bona'.
Lee Criswell, of Aludo, was lined
3 and costs for drunkenness.
I)jn't be fooled; see that yon get
Carte A Ohlwellcr's bottled goods.
Don't wear old style shoes when
you can get the very latest at Dolly
The first chapter of tb new story,
An Unpardonable Liar," appears in
If you want the genuine, never fail
to rail for t'nraedtOlilwviler'a crown
Wa'criualon and musk melons to
morrow at the Boulevard grocery.
Mics Lliska and Mary I'arkcr
left this morning for Tampico, 111.,
for a week's visit.
Fre dance at Tom Vanhccke's,
corner Fourth street and Fourth ave
nue, Saturday night.
sugar cured nam V) cents per
poon'i, pirnie nams e rents per pound
at II. Tremann's Sons'.
Misses Mary O'Donnell and Nora
l.eahjr, of Chicago, arrived yesterday
for a visit to the family of Daniel
Sixteen turtles killed by R. Hinrh.
er will te served in turtle soup at his
sample room, li!06 Second avenue,
Molina, tomorrow night.
Capt. II. B. Doolittle.a well known
war veteran, formerly of Davenport,
uieu ai ie ooiiiiers' home at
Marshalltown Tuesday night.
Ion t mi.s It. Auost shoe sale
(all thi month). We must make
room for fall stock. Shoos and
Oxford slaughtered. The Boston.
The funeral of Mrs. James Fleming
occurred from St. Joseph's church at
o'clock this morning. Interment
wa made at Calvary cumetcrj
The unusual botanical phenomena
of four night blooming ccrcus simul
taneously was witnessed at the home
of Mrs. h. r. Lambert last evening
The trolley party which was to
have been given Aug. fi, by Fay
Itawea Camp, It. J. A., occurs to
morrow (Saturday) eveniDg, Aug. 15
Mrs. Clara Weer, of Carllnville,
who has been visiting her daughter.
Mrs. K. I CotT, left this morning for
a three weeks' visit at Minneapolis
ami si. i aui
August shoe sale. We start a fale
of summer shoes anil Oxfords, in any
and nil kinds, for Augut, which will
stnrtic the buyer looking for bar
gains. The ISjston.
One thousand Knights of 1'ytbias
attended the lowa state encampment
An filial iiuraiH.-r, if not creator.
will attend the Illinois encampment
in uork island in October
By patronizing Cralle & Co.'s liv
ery you get the best of turnouts at
the most reasonable prices. Kxper-
lenred men are in charge and only
rareiui drivers are furnished.
Bottle milk and rreani is the best
Koines or dirt. lH-livered every
morning and ereoing in your house.
Nintrcnth street between First and
Second avenues. John F.vans.
fee j. Kandall Hrown in bis mar
velous spiritualistic scenes at the
Watch Tower Sunday and Monday
evenings next, lie is a wonder and
will pu.z'o you beyond measure,
Mr. and Mrs W . A. Hubbard have
returned home to Taylor Kidge after
a three weeks' visit to relatives. Mr.
Hnbbard will move to Kock Island
for future residence nest month
Whoop 'cm up'. To move summer
shoes and Oxfords wo shall make
prices that will astound you; won't
carry a pair over if we can help it
Sde us tor cheap shoes. The Boston,
Adolph Meter, the young man con
victed of assault with intent to com
mit larceny at the recent term of the
highest Honors World'
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pur Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
torn Ammonia, Alum or any other adulter urt.
40 Y1AU TH1 STANDARD.
circuit court, was taken to the reform
tchool today by SI. or i IT llemcnway.
Attend the August shoe sale if you
want shoe bargain.. We are going
to move all summer shoes and Ox
fords if low prices count nothing
held back, they all go. The Boston.
Beecher will se'l you 19 pounds of
granulated sugar for 1; full cream
cheese 10 cents a pound; choice
creamery butter 15 cents a pound,
and fresh eggs only 10 cents a
The city council chamber has been
included in the improvements which
ng. 1 be walls have been repapered I
and the diner appearance of the I
room is improved materially.
Onlv 19 80 to Omaha and return
via C, It. I. & 1. railway Aug. 15.
17 and IS. lteturn lm"it Autr. 25
ith extension of 20 days b. yond
that date if desired. Three fast ex
press trains in each direction by this
Don't forget the excursion to Clin
ton next Sunday. Aug. 1G, on the
steamer City of Winona an 1 barge,
given by Bleuer's band. Boat leaves
Kock Island at 7:15 a. m. Tickets
50 cents. Dancinirand lijrht xefresh-
In addition to the speakers hereto
fore montioned in connection with
the Tenth Congressional Veterans'
association in Kock Isltnd Aug. 26
and 27, State's Attorney C. J. Searle
and J. T. Kenworthy are to deliver
Itev. Leander Lane has been called
to the pastorate of the Christian
church at Davenport. He has for
live years been an evangelist in Min
nesota, and prior to that waa pastor
at Marshalltown. Ottuuiwa. Duluth
and St. Paul.
Sixth ward republicans formed a
McKinley club at a meeting in the
Rock Island Lumber company's office
last evening. Frank Larson was
elected captain, Peter Morgart first
lieutenant and Sidney Anderson sec
Billy Catton is in Chicago to take
part in the benefit ball game for
Jake Shaefer today. Fred Strup,
who was to accompany Catton as a
Rube" mascot, was indisposed and
therefore unable to go. "Farmer"
Burns is also slated to take part.
It you would enjoy one of the most
pleasant events of the season attend
the trolley party to be given by Fay
llawescamp. It. a. A., tomorrow
evening. The ladies have worked
hard to make it a success, and the
result is sure to be nn enjoyable
evening lor all who attend.
The Rock Island is the onlv direct
line from the tri-cities to Omaha
and the only line operating through
trains without change of cars. Sev
enty miles shorter than any compet!
live line. Join the United Presby
terian church excursion leaving Kock
Island at 7:16 a. in. Aug. 19. Only
f 9 SO for the round trip.
The first span north of the draw
on the government bridge is an
pronehing completion. The Pho-nix
Hridge company is pushing op-ra
tions a little faster than heretofore
and the people of the three cities
nope that the good work will go on
as the closing of the bridge is an
inconvcnienco which they have put
up with almost long enough without
The remains of Bert C. Swavnc
were taton to I loasant 1'iain, Iowa,
on an early morning train for inter
ment. The services at the homo
yesterdav afternoon were conducted
by Rev. I. W. Merrell, a nuartet
co run j soil or Mrs. J. W. Cranuall,
Miss Jennie Dickman and Messrs
(Jus Bcrgstrom and O. E. Khmer
singer "Come Unto Me." "Nearer
My (lod to Theo" and "Asleep in
Jesus." There were some handsome
Old Yon KT.r Try
try Electric Bitters as a remedy for
your troubles? It not, get a bottle
now and get relief. This medicine
has been found to bo particularly
aaapieu to me rciiel and cure of all
female Complaints, cxertinsr a won-
ncriui ii reci innuenre In irivin
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strength and tone to the organs. If
you have loss of appetite, constipa
tion, headache, fainting upells or are
nervous, sleepless, excitable, melan
choly or troubled with dizzy spells.
Electric Bitters is the medicine vou
need. Health and strength are guar
anteed by its use. Large bottles
only 60c at Hart ft Ullemeyer's
urug io re.
The secretaries of all militarv and
civic organizations in Kock Islanl
county are requested to notify the
undersigned as soon as possible.
whether their organization will be
able to participate in the ceremonies
attendant on the laying of the corner
Hone or the Western Hospital for the
insaie at aiertown on the after
noon of Sept. 5. H. L. Wiieelax.
bee. Com. on Arrangements. Kock
Sessional light showers and Dartl v
cloudy weather tonight and Satur
day; very little change in tempera
iure. uigni variaoie winds. Today s
. J. wai.z. Observer.
LleaoM (a Waa.
I:ic J. R.ilm Ar,di!,n!
IMil.la May MiUer Prremuii.m
m, n"i-;nc KOCK
SI jk Ann ifaiawnnd Kaniri.
Alexander H.nirraan howlini
mivi Jusue Adixj Milan
1SSU Tm Year ('Urenta 189S.
I will replace free all work that I
I have done during the past 10 years
mat is not sautiaciorv.
G. M. Babcoce,
1726 Seoond avenue
I ilOnnPCC I filTiAC
With a better understanding of the
transient nature of the manv phys
ical ills, which vanish before properef
forts gentle efforts pleasant efforts
rijrhtly 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 const ipated condi
tion of toe system, winch the pleasant
family laxative. Syrup of Fign- prompt
ly removes. That is wby it is the only
li-meily with millionsof families, and is
everj where esteemed so highly by all
xvho'value good 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
all important, m order to get its bene
ficial effects, to note when vou pur
chase, that you have the genuine arti
cle, which is manufactured by the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold Ly
all reputable druggists.
If in the enjoyment of good health,
and the hystciu is retnilar, laxatives or
other remedies arc then not needed. If
atllicted 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
Ficrs stands liiirhest ami is most lanrelv
used and gives most general satisfaction.
The best the market affords
at rock bottom prices'. Per
haps you are, and perhaps
not. Why not try our store
ami see-.' We carry the
largest line, consequently
are the biggest buyers and '
Cet the inside figures, giving
the public the benefit.
It Pays to Trade at .
The Big Store.
For the week we have our
usual line of vegetables, in
cluding roasting ears, peas,
cabbage, sweet, potatoes, to
matoes, cucumbers, I,ima
Wans, wax beans. Then
there is Muscatine water
melons and niusktiielons, and
fruits, in:Iuding grapes,
peaches, pears and plums.
Dressed Spring Chickens F
Your order will have oar &
E SHALL SELL EVERY.
thing in the shape o
Summer shoes or .Oxfords,
or Men's, W'omen'd, 15.y
and Children's at prices that
will startle you during the
balance of August.
We Must Have Room
For FALL STOCK, and
prices are going to be cut to
the quick. See us for Shoe
August Shoe Sale.
Free if Tours is
Cost 2 Annua,,y-
j II ESS CUPS J
C. C. TAYLOR,
1717 Second Areas.
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 comfort the pleasure of eat
ing, lightening of kitchen bothers,
les cleaning to do, savin? of men
tal worry, time to do things 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 makinc 15 patents
cover Its construction Is dependa
ble in every way and helpful the
pride of the housewife. We'd Ilka
to show it to every lady In town.
ARE OUT OF SEASON,
" although they would be
refreshing goods" when the
mercury is soaring up to
100 degrees. But don't dis
pair; you can get just as
much refreshing pleasure
from a ball of KKELL &
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-nart brick
serves 12 persons, or a 1
ijuart six persons. It is
easy to serve and your com
pany is well pleased.
DON'T BAKE this hot
weather; let us do it for vou.
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.
Worth 50c to $c
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.
Is restful sleep and only a comfortable bed can give it. We can sup
ply you with the best beds and mattresses in the market, comfortable
enough in fact, to be a cure for insomnia. You'll certainly be able t)
s'eep o nights if your bedroom is furnished with a proper selection
from out stock While you're about It don't stop at your bedroom,
but have your whole house fitted up in first class style. Our display
of patlor suits is the admiration of the town.
Is another of our specialties. We carry a line that will make you
long for a nap when you look at them. Call and look over the dis-play.
ciemann & Salztnann.
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. Plana sent
us for estimates will receive
careful attention and be returned
promptly at onr expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Bock
Island on the C, B. ft Q. K. B.
Trains Nos. 6 and 10 will stop
and let visitors off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone any size desired.
Samples of Stone and Photos of
Buildings can be seen at Room
No. 12, Mitchell ft Lynde's build
Arthur Burrall, manager,
Rock Island or Colona, 111.
Greatly Reduced Prices
1 729 Second ave. 1
LEADERS IN OUR LINE.
sativo vTrurnre omni.
;om . paudosi.
PARmon a con
Painters and Decorators
PA?ia IU&9Z23, CflLsoimrera. tte.
8S0P. 419 aMntMBth GU SOCZ ISLAIUJ. ill.
1 3 to 1 24 Eighteenth St
in Tan Shoes.
a Doctor's Bill.
nnr a TAmum
Worth 75c to $1