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THBARRDB. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 16. 1898.
Cralle A Co. reliable liver.
The ru broom Lee'a Little Gem.
Howtr pita 1 cot up at Erkhart'i.
All aizea to tlowcr pot at Eck
asrt'a. Mia Fannte Knox ia visiting in
Thofxloro Siebcrt it visiting in
SeoitUr Allison at Geneva Tburi
C. C. Cojrne, of Port Brron, waa in
the CUT toil ay.
Jobs O'Connor, of (lalcebnrj. wa
in the titj yesterday.
Dr. C. C. Carter anl little eon
hart returned from the east.
I jBt tientrnr last night's paper
until jou rta 1 ilorton'a npecial.
For a nice refrnsLio lriok there
ia none lika Carte Sc unlweiier'a.
Mm. J. D. SouthcrlanJ. of Min
neapoli. ia viltinjr Mrs. Mvlo l.ce.
Mr. ami Mrs. William Jankcon
reached home iast evening from Chi
cago. Miss K'-pnthal returned ta her
horn In Indiaaa today aftr a visit to
Mr. S. S. Hull and "on. George,
left this iii'rning fur a wttk'a visit
Dr. and Mn- . I Kyster returned
this nt'rning from their visit to
I ret". Neb.
hi-n joti rail for aoda water or
'inisr alu aee that you get Carte &
A money coining sale nt Mel n tyre
lick Co. 'a. Ke.id Thnrsday'a je
riiil in tuis isHiio.
W hen ordering carriages remember
Crallti A Co. Careful drivers and
The froe-f.r-all pace at the Daven
port Mile Track onenrs Kriday; the
Iree-for-all trot Saturday.
J. . Lewis Meyer, of South Bond.
Ind , Is in the city, the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. II. N. l.iunhanl.
K. B. Knox, Morris Welch, and
John Murry arc attending an old
aoldier'a reunion at Galesbnrg.
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Hoard, of
Shtirrm. Wis., are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Willinm Arnold on Seventh
Hon. K. W. Hurst and William
McKniry are in Chicago attending a
iiiiHiliiiLf of the democratic stale cen
Bargains for rveryboly at Mo
Intyr-ick Co.'s 'J hursday's sale.
Kfiid aiM-eial ad of this issue and be
mi hnn 'I promptly.
Ti liork Island road will make a
rate rme fare for the round trip for
a lis Alii.on ninrtlng at weneseo
'f burst) ay rvening.
The married and single men are
to play a anie ( indoor base ball at
th Young Men'a Christian Associa
tion gjrtipasiiim Saturday afternoon.
Atli ad the tltn grand free atcreop-
tivoii enirriamnient at the corner 01
r.iglileenth street anil hecoml ave
rt u ' tonight. Some interesting
Mrs. 1. S. Kenlie'.d and little
daiiflitT, lluhr, of Chicago, are
visiting at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. K. D. Sweeney on Twentieth
The l'.oi k Inland contingent "f the
Salvation Army went over to Daven
port l it evening and assisted in the
almliontion or the new barracks in
Mr. Judge SchUdt and Mrs. (
A. BImh!!, and daughter, Marie,
havr r turned home to Jolict after a
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
The democratic convention of the
Second Iowa congressional district at
Clinton yestnrdar nominated State
.Senator Alfred Hurst, of Jackaon
county, for congress.
Mrs. James Connor and daughter.
Miss Theresa Schmitt, left last even
in.' rr Philadelphia, where Miss
Scutum wilt atuud school. They
were ascompsnitM to inicago by Mr.
The republicans will have another
blow cut Friday night, when W.
A. Nnrthcott. republican candidate
for lieutenant governor, will freak in
Market niuare. It is intended as an
offset to h.lly Maion in Moline.
Irior.ds of tho old soldiers and
cpecinlly comrades of other regi
luenis are cor.nsuy muted to join
In iva iii ttiu mta Illinois volun
teer ravalrv In theit reunion Thurs
day afternoon and cening at Y. M
C. A. hall.
The two year-old daughter of
Mr. and Mra. John Dennis, 2700
Sixth avenue, died yesterday after
noon of whooping courts, ihe iu
neral occurred from St. Joseph':
church at 2 o'clock this afternoon
with interment at Calvary cemetery.
Albert Berg, G surge Tlolsapple and
Kd Gross pleaded guilty to lafceny
in the county court ye.terday after
noon and Judge Adams fined them
18 and costs each and sentenced
them to one hour in the county jail.
Holsapple paid his line, but his com
panions are serving ineira uuu
"Snow White," a fatry operetta of
the spetacular order ia to be given
at the Iturtia Thursday and Friday
etenmirs. nnaer ine uirection or Miss
Helen G. Tripp for the benefit of j
Sr. Lukfe's hospital. Tbt-best musical
talent of Davenport ia to be intro
duced, and the production promises
to be in all respects a rare and rich
Oiio Leech, a 17-year-old lad
reading on Fourth avenue, bad
several pieces of dead bone removed
rom his left leg at St. Anthonv's
hospital by Dr. S. C. Plummer, who
was assisted by Drs. Joseph DeSilva
and J. P. Comcgys. The boy was
kicked In the let; by a horse several
weeks ago, inflicting injuries which
resulted in the necessity of the operation.
Miss Li Hie Smith, the well known
Binger, formerly of Davenport, and
her friend. Miss Baldwin, were the
guests of the Misses Woltmann on
Seventeenth street last night. This
morning they departed for Peoria,'
where Mis Smith has accepted an
engagement as soloist in one of the
city churches. She will make Peoria
her borne in the future, as will Miss
Mra. Georso F. Evan, of Boston.
arrived this morning for a visit to
Mrs. J. M. liuford on her return
home from the Cable-Wheeler wed-
inz at Manitou, Col., cumin? with
K. Cable and party, and Mr. Cable
remained in the city until noon.
Mrs. Evans' husband will be renum
bered by many as the confidential
clerk of Col. Macomb, and he is now
assistant general manager of the Bos
ton & Blaine railway.
Much and justifiable complaint
mi neen niaae oy noes: island busi
ness men, who enjoy antrlin? occaa-
onauy, ana no so witn strict otaerv
ance of the law, as to the laxity of
eororcement or tne nsn laws of the
state. Strictly as is forbidden the
uso of seines, one instance in particu
lar naa neen urougni to notice.
where a Dubuque citizen came down
here with a selae with dimensions of
12200 yards and used it all day
about the dams in the Mississippi
near the islands, while others have
been in the habit of plying the fame
occupation. Tho consequence is that
inoso wno go mere to tub with poles
nnu me waters uescriea oi the tinny
Highest Honors World Fair,
Thursday Mctntvro-Reck Co. will
throw nut a number of special lots
of goods at absurdly low prices
Each lot will be on sale at these
prices only at the hours mentioned.
and you can coin money by being
rignt on hand:
From H:'M to 9 a. m. 250 calico
10-yard dress patterns, at 25 cents
From 9:30 to 10 a. m. 1.000 yards
best skirt cambrics at 3 cents.
From 10:30 to 11 a. m. 650 yards
toweling, per yard 1 cents.
itegniar 7A cent, wide. Imported
serges in navy and black, per yard
From 2:30 to 3 p. m. :o0 yards
good is cent unbleached sheeting.
yarda wide, at 11 cents.
Indies' 15 and IS cent chimlscttcs
each 5 cents.
From 3:30 to 4 p. m Best 20 cent
triple extract perfumes, per ounce
500 boxes buttermilk
box 5 cents.
From 4:30 to 5 p. m. 11.25 and
tl.50 house wrappers, 75 cents
i ana 3 .'-piece suits, waist ana
skirt, c cents.
McIntykk-Reck Dry Goods Co
Bom Mmk.r'a Ksoaralon,
Only one fare plus 2 for the round
trip to nearly ail the western, norm
western and southwestern states and
territories via C, K. I. & P. rail
way. Tickets on sale Sept. 15 and
29, Oct. 6 and 20; return limit 21
days. Now Is the time to see the
great west at its best. For full par
ticulara call at C, II. I. & P. ticket
ollice or address.
L. M. Allkn.
Gen. Agent, Davenport
G. P. A.. Chicago.
ConvcrKitiim u1m is often rtvirkcd by
moral lovuilin.K. ' Not nly is there
Unit kmd it talk htaimd with dirt
which n.mo uu n huim losslv exhibit.
but there arc the ronversat ions in which
therw is u wvrrt lowin g, a doubleticss
i f meaning, a hint of thut which may
not ia- mini with manly straightforward
lios, M Inch lias i:i it a cvrtaiu laxity.
us far as moral rtctitude is concerned.
There is that ready knowledge of every
biy s niiMliiiis as of their buiubli
relation, which people di.-jx nw, Mime
With KUtteriuK mischief in their eves.
others with couridnv demurviic
flrtMiful, yon know!" only it happen
that they do not ki:ov and arc ouly re.
tailing a lie which they have procured
from roiae dealer in that lufaiuous ar
ticle, hinting away a man's or a worn
an s character and proving that Uicy
nave uouc of their own. Good W orda.
MOST PERFECT MADE
A cuts Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret
frn Ammonia, Ahjn or any other ajultastht,
4) YXaJU THS STAJQAftD.
ItiUttl Inlti aajva
Tti bast taiy in tit world for
eats, braUes, tores, aloers, salt
rheum, fever soraa. tetter, ehapped
bands, ebilblaina, corns and all akin
eruptions, and positively eures
piles or ao pay rsoolrsd. It Is guar-
antsta to kits perfect latltiaotion, or
money refunded. Prloe 25 seats per
boa. for sale by Harts s) UUtat jsr.
X7ith a better understanding of the
transient nature of the manv nhvs-
leal ills v.-hich vanish before proper ef
forts gentle efforts pleasantefforts
rightly dirwted. There is comfort in
the knowledge, that bo many forms of
sickness are not due to any actual dis
ease, but simply to a eonstipatfd condi
tion of the system, which the pleasant
family laxative, iSyrupof F"igs. prompt
ly removes, 'l nat is wliy it is the only
remedy with millions of families, and is
everywhere esteemed so highly by all
who value pood health. Its beneficial
effects a He due to the fact, that itis the
one remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness without debilitating the
organs on which it acts. It is therefore
ail important, in order to get its bene
ial effects, to note when you pur
chase, that you have the genuine arti
cle, which is manufactured by the Cali
fornia Pig Syrup Co. only and sold by
ail reputable druggists.
If in the enjoyment 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
Uacd and gives most general satisfaction.
Good Things to Eat
Are easily found if you know
where to look for them. Always
glance at this space and see
what we are offering.
VEGETABLES . .
Rammer Bqnsrh, Tomatoes,
Hubbard Bgg- Plant,
Pickling Onions, Sweet ToUtoea,
Olery, Lima Beans,
Carrots, Wax Benin,
O j stars.
Slli r an Onlw,
readies (In basket) Oranges.
Trjnia-e de Brie,
New York Cream,
Given Away with
Every Purchase of
$4, $5, SIO or $12.
GET A TICKET and start in. W
punch jour ticket with the amonnt
purchased. Bring your ticket every
time you buy anything. It won'i
take long to get one of these beauti
Ask for a Ticket
17 1 7 Second Avenue.
Riverside HardCoal Bate
Smooth Castings, Perfect Mount
ings, Elegant Trimmings, with
more good points than any
CALL AND SEE THEM
Mclntyre-Reck Dry Goods co.
THE BARGAIN CENTER
1709 and 171 1 Second Avenue, Rock Island, IU,
There Are Many
Men of Many
M tors) - eST
JUT they all agree that onr Nation-
, ouiviuu uun. 111
is found in its acme of perfection
at KRKLL & MATH'S. Why
their pure Crushed Fruit in
Peach, Strawberry, Raspberry,
Orange and Pine Apple
ICE CREAM SMI
should taste more delicious than M
any sampled before, we can't tell, T
but it is so and the public
Rock Island appreciate the fact.
KRELL S MATH
BAKERY AND PAE.TT
Phone 1156. 1716-1718 Seeond Ave.
Each loaf of our Bread weighs
three ounces more than any
other Bakers. Try a loaf.
THINGS UNDER PRICE.
Hammering down prices to meet exising conditions;
making goods cheaper and cheaper still. Well known
stuns at prices heretofore unknown. Come in and
,.T'J!'tJ,T,,de,,,en""er ""'- We auk tot r n-1.1
At .foe. an imported modol cms-t of naalitT fnas tan .1.1.
s.eeU, corae.1 boat, unge.t aon. belt, al-.y?. hii it Wniu 3
hP1;'0 cpnet of the Ninons R. 4 G. im0rtttwi
1 ''"" nck well knwo mke an Araiortl Je. W B.
iKnR d coreto da 'or tills .ale to We.
pricea.he"fc.W"80Od(,D,'8U,1U,'U:r,h,le,) I0" know tb na1
atli0 'pUidhTebe,,,0c' 750 d ' k
ill' lmit.haJi. S7 moTr" ' knew we eat .r re. tbi.
y, tot you can bn it this week al S5e
U?. bura1 SSSSK1 wo'-,,lk flBi,hed-
DAINTY NEW VEILINGS.
We price them lower than usual this week to start
the selling quickly.
For instance, all ailk net with large chenille dots,
16e instead of 20c.
Fancy black net, full dotting of chenille, tfe in
stead of 25c.
Quite a variety of the new veilings, in fancy dotted
nets, inelnding the jetted chenille dot worth np to
35c, choice of the lot 22c and 25c
A bamtln llt Plenty more a. good and cheap: Klelnerta tockliict
IbirMi, all ala-a. IT. If it alea. He.
SO ,ru aiiperjor wbt pearl b uon, che-p at 8c, (rducn, Sc
0 yards baln( thread, 1c a spool, 10c 4wca,
Twin .aa. 4e a ft.
Hlaek o pine, bos lc
Beet cotton tape la.
Kid curler. He a bnnek.
'htret of a-anrted hair plna.Sc kiad. Sc.
Bxcellent eewinc u'.a iauuked 100 yarda black only, epoele for V.
SV a dran.
Dnplei nickle eafetv plna, eard Sc.
od SU) yard marhne aewuc Uiitad, S pool, for te.
Pocket puraes, lc and ap
BARGAINS IN DOMESTICS.
tTS yane genuine Aamkeac traxte down temie daattel) ta vr in
apwiHtid different pattern. 1 rht and dare eSect.. aburt hrrtba of ta
W yard', tbe Wtc grade nly c. Ttoia la aeynnd ejueetioa Iba ert
et tentil. flannel barcaia of taw aeaeua. freuwet ydlrm tr Br.U
Come early tnthe wtlt.
Nl yaida aood cMUm Sannel, worth Se. at Sc.
SOU yarde excellent Mcaory alilrUtue, worth lo ud 19c, at 7Hc
we want mtotti Ear.i
Oomebody who in the near future will buy Carpets, Furni-
g w ture, or things of that sort. We want you to remember
that our assortment of these goods is very large, very hand
jjj some and very reasonable in price. Be sure and call on us
S before you make any purchases. We have
1 No Time to Tell Funny Stories . :
But we can assure you that it is to your interest as well as our
own to see us before you buy. The biggest and best in this
line in this vicinity.
Clemann & Salzmann.
ALWAYS IX THE LEAD.
WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH THOSE
Hew Swell Scot!"" Mot" Sis
For Men, Just Received, at the M. & K.? They are all right.
After you have seen them and tried them, no merchant tailor
need apply. These swell new styles are perfection in every
detail. Inspection invited.
Only place in town where you can get Dugan & Hudson
Iron Clad Shoes. Every pair warraifted. .
Headquarters for Fine Clothing and Shoes