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THE AltSrTJP. TUESDAY JUNE 15, 1097.
m W. Ink
Conditions favor local thunder
storms tonight and Wednesday.
The WMUner u laigeiy cloudy.
L'ght showers bave occurred In Col
orado and the Missouri and upimr
Mississippi valleys, and hearUr show
ers in Kanas and Oklahoma,
The high temperature continue
throughout the central sections, and
the clianm in other portions of the
country have generally been small.
Maximum temperature. V4: mini
mum, 78; at noon today, 80.
G. IL Htnrr, Obserrer.
Note the Economy ad on page one.
Cralle & Co., itjliih llverj turn
outs. Rev. M. A. Brad, of Galra, Is is
Ber. Thomas Mackin is visitine in
Plums, cherries, tomatoes and
strawberries at Long's.
ChifToiiere sale at Holbrook's, 20
per cent off, Davenport.
Harry Tan Houten has moved his
Tamil to Clinton, Iowa.
Miss Julia Corcoran has returned
from a visit ia Chicago.
Bargains la hat racks all this week
at Holbrook's, Davenport.
Book rases and ladies' desks below
cost at Holbrook's, Davenport.
The Rock Island Flow works re
same operations next Monday.
Best all wool carpets 50 cents this
weeic at uoiorooits, vavenport.
Big bargains all this week in side
boards at Holbrook's, Davenport.
See Holbrook this week. China
closets 20 per cent off, Davenport.
An Andrae bicycle won the Chi
cago road race. Hynes sells them.
See IIol brook's extension tables at
20 per cent off this week, Davenport.
U. C. Anld and daughter have
returned home to Chattanooga,
110,000 to loan on good security
by K. J. Barns, under the Harper
Best line of oouehes in the three
cities at cost this week at Holbrook's,
Miss Mary neffernan is attending
the wedding of a friend at Da Witt,
Rollin Sturgeon is home for the
summer vacation from the North
Sheriff Hcmenway is attending the
meeting of the Interstate Sheriffs'
association at Omaha.
T. B. Davis is in New York attend
ing the national convention of the
Ladies' dressing tables, in all
woods, 20 per cent off this week at
Page four ot this evening's piper
has an ad of the Boston store, Daven
port, worthj of perusal.
Twenty per cent off on rockers of
all kinds, cheapest place on earth at
B. F. Knox is attending the annual
meeting of the Illinois Undertakers'
association at Ualesbarg.
The big clothiers, M. & K., are
hammering down prices in hot
weather wearing apparel.
Refrigerators at 20 per cent off
means less than cost. All this week
at Holbrook's, Davenport.
For rnbbsr tired traps and buggies
order of Cralle & Co. Carriages with
careful drivers at moderate rates.
George E. Craig, who is studying
at the Chicago Medical college, has
come home for the summer vaca
Dr. and Mrs. G. L. Eyster have re
turned from rhiiadelpnta, where the
doctor attended the annual meeting
oi the American Medical association.
Petersen's band subscription con
rert to night at the Watch Tower.
Daacing after concert. Cars leave
Tower for Rock Island at 11, 12 and
William Baker left yesterday for
Springlield, where he assumes his
dutiea in the office of the state live
stock commissioner, to which posi
tion be has been appointed.
Ton can save a whole lot of money
on summer clothing, underwear,
straw hats, negligee shirts and wash
suits at M. A K's. two largest and
best stores. Rock Island and Daven
port. The Court of Honor moonlight ex
cursion to Buffalo this evening
will be accompanied by the Tri-City
band. All members and friends are
invited to attend 25 cents for the
Runge & Bennett deliver Black
.Hlfhest Honors WorMV Fair,
. MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. . Fras
Bo AaMrtoma, Aium or any otner aaunermy
t9TUMX TO ITAfKUUV
Hawk spring aad artesian water
daily. At moderate ratea families
may have these pore waters instead
ot taking their drinks from the city
mains, leiepnone iaia.
John Patterson, the old man in
dieted at the last term of court for
burglary, and whose prosecution
was suspended on account of his
feeble condition, hat been admitted
to the soldiers' home at Quincy.
F. C. Deaorest. of Mt. Pleasant.
Iowa, is ia Bock Island today on one
ness, aad incidentally attended the
county teachers' institute. Mr.
Demorest, who is now a college in
structor, set type on Thk Argus a
number oi years ago.
The tongue of a wagon loaded with
road serapers fell on Third avenue
..ear tne ponce station this after.
noon, and the wagon being on the
street car traoic, it lookea tor an in.
stant as if the approaching street
sprinkler would run it down, bat
such an accident was averted.
A steel folding guard or gate is be
ing piacea at tne loot of the stairs
leading to the upper floors of the
Rock Island postoffice building. It
win oe closed at night alter the offi
ces have been closed. Heidemaan &
Schroeder are completing the im
provement of the third storv of the
Guy T. Gould, of the postoffice in
spector's omce, Chicago, is in the
city looking after some matters
which have been intrusted to his
charge. Mr. Gould has been in the
secret service of the postoffice de
partment for many yeara, and is one
of Uncle Sam's shrewdest detectives.
having been instrumental in landing
some oi the most noted postal crimi
nals in the country behind the bars.
The stage of the water at the Rock
Island bridge at noon was 5:70 and
The City of Winona resumed traf
fic in the Clinton short trade this
The Belle Mac came down with
eight strings of lumber, and the
Dan. Thayer with six.
Boats up were the Dnke, Belle
Mac, Dan Thayer. May Libby and
Jo Long. Down the Verne Swain,
Duke and May Libby,
Yesterday -was "Flag Day" in the
United States, and It was observed In a
number of the larjce cities of the coun
try, especially by the Sons of the Revo
lution, Daughters of the Revolution and
The Erie railroad shops at Meadvlllc,
Pa,, have begun running on full time,
with fifty added hands.
The Junior Order of American Me
chanics is holding its twenty-ninth an
nual convention at Pittsburg.
Louis Polenski, his wife and daugh
ter, were badly injured in a runaway at
Chippewa Falls, Wis.
Mrs. Frances Marie Norton Is dan
gerously ill at her home in Ravens-
wood (Chicago suburb). Mrs. Norton's
name was often before the public dur
ing the Gulteau trial. She was Mrs.
Scoville then, a sister of Gulteau.
The ladles of the North Presbyterian
church, of LaCrosse, Wis., had charge
of the street cars for one day, ladies col
lecting the fares. The receipts were
given to charity.
George S. Kalme, who has been in Jail
at Mauston, Wis., since last September,
charged with manslaughter, was ad
mitted to bail on his own recognizance
In obedience to the mandate of the su
preme court made on the 11th Inst.
The house of a negro named Dunn,
fifteen miles from Hamburg. Ark., took
fire Sunday night and three children
It is generally agreed at Paris that
the bomb episode Sunday was not an
attempt on the president's life, but a
characteristic Parisian way of calling
somebody's attention to something. The
bomb-firer was probably Insane.
The earthquake shock at Calcutta
and hi Its vicinity Saturday last did a
great deal of damage. Many houses
were destroyed in the suburbs. The
temperature in India last week was the
highest on record 126 degrees In the
(hade being registered.
Spain will offset our claim for dam
ages to American citizens by claims for
damages because of the filibusters. She
will open with one for 1300,000 on ac
count of tho.Dauntlera.
Corn Plmm.tr Works Cloned,
Ounlry. Ilia., June 15. The Barlow
Corn Planter works were closed yester
day by creditors who are secured by
mortgages on the real estate and per
tonal property of the company. The
claims of secured creditors exceed $2v
000; unsecured creditors about S30.0Q0.
The company expects to reorganize and
lace Tkiw Tmu Old.
"Ever since I was three years old
I have been afflicted with that
dreaded disease, dyspepsia. I had a
tired and all gone feeling. But after
taking four bottles ot Hood's Sarsa
parilla I am completely cured. I am
sound and well to day, and am
thankful for Hood's Sarsaparula.
Alice Richardson, Annapolis, 111.
Hoods pills are the favorite family
Cathartic, easy to take, easy in effect.
without one of oar carriages; SO per
cent off this week at Holbrook's,
Beaver Dam, O., Ang. 27. 1895.
My daughter, after being treated
by tour doctors, and being given up
for lost, a neighbor recommended
roiey-s aaaney cure. Today sue is
able to walk several miles without
fatigue. I feel we would have lost
her if it was not for your medicine.
Respectfully, Mas. J. M. Bailbt.
Sold by M. F. Bahnsen and T. H.
When bilious or ooetive eat Caa-
earvt, eandy cathartic, eon guana-
aeaot v ovate, sv peats.
ments of death
are a few inches
of trivial dis
plied by many
If a man or
take care of tbe
is no need to
fear the big
be the reward.
The little dis
cause the majority of bis: sicknesses, are
ine inviai aerangemems ot tne digestion
that most people pay no beed to. Good
digestion feeds and builds up a man ; bad
uigesuon starves mm in every tissue,
muscle, nerve-noer, ana Drain-cell.
Bad digestion leads to consumption,
blood and skin diseases, and nervous ex
haustion and prostration. Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery corrects all
a isomers ot the digestion, invigorates the
liver and. prevents and cures constunn-
tion, blood and skin diseases, and nerv
ous troubles. It is the great blood-maker.
flesh-builder, and nerve tonic. Druggists
sell it and have nothing else "just as
' I hare lately given. Dr. Pierce's Golden Med
ical Discover? a trial." writes Mis. C M. Mslette.
of H oust or. Karris Co. Texas, "and it has com
pletely cored me of very serious and obstinate dis
orucTa in wnicn ue nrarc s acuon was impanea.
I took it for two week. I began to experience
less discomfort from my illness, after about the
fourth dose, and in four or five days still less, and
several days after I was surprised to find that I
was actually better. Two weeks having passed
every symttom had disappeared."
The man or woman who neglects con-
supauon is storing up in tne system a
store ot disorders tnat will culminate in
some serious and possibly fatal malady.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are a safe.
sure, speedy and permanent care for con
stipation. One little " Pellet " is a gentle
isuuve, sou iwo a mua camaruc xney
never gripe, uraggists sen tnem.
To find something for
a Sunday dinner these
days. Ton have only
to call and look at our
stock. Below we men
tion a few things: - .
i Hew Bests,
F Iran berries, Baspberriea,
Cherries, Pineapples, t
Freth Peachan, Apricot,'
Plums, Water Melons,
WARRANTED. ' Every
pair. Not equalled any
place In the trl-cltles.
New toes. All widths.
1717 Second ArzzziZ
That is your husband. He can
not help it since 70a keep your
food in the
Everything: kept in the Leonard
comes out so crisp and fresh,
clean and sweet, there is no
wonder he eats; who wouldn't?
The Leonard Cleanable is the
result of SO years' experience in
the manufacture of Refrigera
tors, and costs no more than in
ferior makes. Call and examine
1618-1I17 . SECOND AVENUE.
' log of our fine
We can assert that even the -dog
begs for it when he sees
a fine encrusted cream drop
held before him. Bespeak
ing a present of a beautiful
box of KRELL & MATH'S
Is the some of the hopes of
the young ladies of Bock
Island as they find them a
well-spring of pleasure in
the lonely hours of home life
and carry the thoughts back
to the thoughtful donor.
Krell & Math's
P ALACK OF SWEETS
'Phone 1158. Ho. 1718-1718 serosa Ave.
Our Brick Ice Cream will
make your party a success.
o For Summer
Straw Hats, Wash Suits, Negligee Shirts.
You ought to see the way they are hammering down
prices. It will do your heart good, while your purse is
i the greater benefactor. We can save you a whole lot of
Stores . .
11M17 West Second Street.
THIRD ANNUAL CLEAR
Closing; Saturday Eve
ning, June 19.
20 Pfr CAITt Seduction on all
tu rer oeru g00i. see what
that means for your pocket-book
1 .20 "
All our Ladies' Tan Oxfords in
narrow toes in the 12.50 and $2.00
trades cro in this sale for ti.nn .
pair. Won't it pay yon to purchase
your snoes 01
18th Street and Second Ave.
CM Cleaning Tine
Is here and yon will want
that timepiece cleaned and
put in shape so that yon can
be more punctual during the
coming year. Our faculties
for handling this work are
the best. We make a special
effort to do satisfactory work
and we seldom fail..
. All yon need to do It drop
ns a postal and yoar dock
will be called for and re
turned to yon in good order. .
Woltian, tbe kdst.
1805 Second Ave
Special Bargains in Shoes !
Now Is the time to buy and save money.
Prices low on everything.
Ladies1 Chocolate Oxfords, only : : 750
Ladiee' Tan Oxfords, only : 940
Ladles' Black Button Shoes, only : : : : 1 : 89e
Children's Dongola Shoes, spring heel. 5 to 8, at &8e
Children's Chocolate Shoes, spring heel. 5 to 8, at : &80
Children's Chocolate Shoes, spring heel. to 11, at : : 69o
Children'! Dongola Shoes, spring heel, 9 to 11. at : : : 69o
Children's Chocolate Shoes, spring heel, 8 to 8, at : 80a
Infants Chocolate Shoes, no heel. S to 8, at 4O0
Infants Dongola Shoes, no heel, 2 to 5, at : : 2O0
Little Boys' Chocolate Lace Shoes, spring heel, 10 to It), at 9o
We are the greatest bargain givers In
Fourth Ave. Shoe Store
1501 Fourth Avenue.
live Per Cent Paid on Deposits.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Beoarlty.
3 M BnfDrd, Presldnt
John OmbBncn, Vie. rrartdsat,
f Qr.cn.wrt, Csehlce.
Begsa butane intj a. 18SS. an4 tneapy tbe
. a. esc JUtctwU tyae. m baUdlac.
1729 Second Ave.. 116-120 Eighteenth St..
That will do the work
of a hose where a
hose might be found In
convenient. Cost very
little in comparson with
the service rendered and
are made to withstand
the roughest handling and
most constant use.
We'll Do It
For you. Well change year
' walls tote a wUdtiuuss of beauty.
v We'll strew them with dainty flow
era In delicate tints or wa decorate
tbem In unique designs plain and
afmple, or ao Intricate that it will
take yon a day to find tin ene of a
curve. We can please you in ralor
and design we can please you in
price. It will please us If yea
come here; if you come here, we
will please you.
k&izt l'zll Pi;:r Co.
810, 812, 814 Twentieth St.
BOCK ISLAND. ILL.
John V.. Ik