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APOUg BATUIIDAT, JULY
Tka WMtarWi May ate, f
ProbahTv rmntlnnaJ fair arul m
tonight end Bundav.
In ie mitral sections tba tem
perature bM eaanged bat littie, the
tenfeaevbslDf toward a rise.
Todaj's temperature, 85t
a E. Htm, Observer.
Hjnes rents tandems.
Bargains at Long' thia evening.
Lee's LHtla Gem ia the bait broom
Cralle A Co., stylish Uvery tara-
Three doiaa eggs 25 eents, at Hor
Everything obesp this evening at
See tha X-ray pictures la MoCabe'a
Pariihabla goods matt go tonight
at norion .
Goods of all kinds stored cheap,
162S Sscend arenas.
Fresh blackberries 0 eents a box at
Black harries cheap tonight at
Whee lea's grocery.
Herbert Biddeson, of Chicago, is
visuiog in tne city.
8ee Johnny Jones' ad in want col-
. a a m
oi; loza oecona aTenue.
Blackberries, raspberries, currants
and blueberries at Long's.
G. O. White left this morning for
a oniiDg at uacamao isiana.
Shields will sell yon fresh black
berries tonight for 6 eents a box.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Bruaer left
yesterday for Williams Bay. Wis.
Raspberries, blackberries and cur-
ans, u can is a uoi, mi nor ton s.
The tl 19 pants at the Economy
are better than others sell for f 2.60.
Miss Agnes Bixby left today for a
two weeks' outing at Lake Geneva.
Tha $1.19 pants at the Economy
are better tban others sell for 12.60.
Cash for second hand clothing,
1623 Seeond avenue. Johnny Jones.
0 and 76 cent straw hat a arn ha.
Ing sold at 25 cents at the closing
diii Kin mi claming ni me r.?onomv
Choeolata dram 10 nanta nar
peund this evening at Toang & Mc-
The 82-cent percale shirts, lann
dried, ara worth 75 eents. Sold only
at the Eeonomy.
Jackson & Hurst have money to
loan on real estate. Terms reasons
bla and no delay.
Tha bargains in dry goods at the
alesing out sale cf Shields' dry goeds
stock are hammers. ,
Misses Carrie and Anna Sibbald
have goae to Wilton, Iowa, to visit
The bargains in dry goods at the
closing out sale of Shields' dry
goods stock are bummers.
Wants to bay for cash anything in
Rock Island. New location 1623
Second avenne. Johnny Jones.
Tha engagement of William Mc
Clellan, of Moline, and Miss Mary
Farley, of this city, is announced.
Far rubber tired traps and buggies
order of Cralle A Co. Carriages with
careful drivers at moderate rates.
Don't forget the closing out sale of
the clotblnjf department of the Econ
omy store. 2 worth of goods for l.
Chocolate drops 10 cents per
pound this evening at Young A
The 33 eent percale shirts, lann
dried, are worth 75 cents. Sold only
at the Economy.
60 and 76 cent straw hats are be
ing sold at 25 eents at tbe closing
out sale of clothing at the Eeonomy
C. S. Tetter and wife, of Boek
Island, ara visiting Mrs Tetter's par
ents. N. H. Johnson and wife. Bush
Jackson A Hurst have money to
loan on real estate. Terms reasona
ble and ao delay.
Isaao Flnley and Miss Leon a Gard
ner, both of this city, were married
by Justice David Hawes at his office
The striking foundrymen at Deere
A Co's works, Moline. have settled
their differences with Snpt. Moore
and have returned to work.
Don't forget the closing ont sale of
the clothing department of the Econ
omy store. $2 worth of goods for $1.
Mrs. R. A. Donaldson ia visiting
her sister. Mrs. J. J. Parks, in Du
buque, where her children went to
spend a few days ia advance of her
Tea can't afford to miss tha new
HlghMt Honors World's Fair,
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pare Qmae Cisem of Tartar Fewest.
43 YEARS TKS STANDARD).
eaatioa, 1623 Seeoad avenue. When
you want to bay. sell or trad anv
thing, leave your order. Johnny
The Gustos school of business.
Skinner block, opposite postoffice.
Moline, opens Sept. 1. Fer rates of
tuition, etc.. call on or address J. E.
(Justus, 820 Forty-third street, city
Notification of the granting of . W.
m. jnsucxers application for a cepv.
right for "Woodmen's Choice." his
special brand of floor, was received
yesterday by Attorney H. A. Weld.
Don't miss the biff balloon para
chute race, and the free exhibition
by Bnckshia Bill of rifle and pistol
shooting, at class balls at the Watch
Tower, Sanday. Also the big vande-
vine snow in tna sneatre.
Miss Mvrta F. Book left this morn
ing to visit with her brother Fred
at Springfield. Ohio. From there she
will go to Cincinnati to take a course
oi piano Instruction at the college of
masio under direction of Prof.
$11.26 to Niagara Falls and return
via the Bock Island A Peoria railway
and connections Tuesday July 20.
and August 4. For farther details
as to trains, limits, stop overs, etc.,
make inquiry of K. Stockhouse. gen
eral ticxet agent.
The steamer Botledge, commanded
Dycapt. W. H. Whisier, with a
party consisting of Rev. W. S. Mar
quis and family. Miss Sarah Gregg,
and Misses Delia and Lata Stoddard
and Renben Stoddard, of Minonk.
aboard arrived from Stillwater last
Five hundred dollars down will
buy a farm of 45 acres, two miles be
low Andalusia; balance on easy
terms. A good ehanoe for somebodv
ua smau capital, lezs Second
avenue, J. W. Jones' new second
The Tri-Citv Ralltra nnntn.n.la
through ear excursion on the Tower
una eua evenmir from iMnnnrtn
and Moline, constitutes a pleasant
ieatore incidental to Tower
pleasures. Go to Davenport or
Moline and taka in tha fWr
any evening or Tuesday or Friday
V . . . .......
BiiarDuon. it inciuaes a aeiigntrni
refreshing ride of an hnnr with 9fi
cents for the ronnd trio or IK ennta
Miss Pauline Woltmann. who haa
lust graduated from tha New F. nor
land conservators of mnain at Rna-
ton, will give a song recital at Asso
ciation nail, x. ai. j. a., aiuiy 'J. I.
She will be assisted by Miss Emily
Perkins. Pianiat. Miss PerVina ia a
pupil of William H. Sherwood: also
X .: mi i - .
uiatiluui.oiaTDUIlg, now OX JN6W
York, and has just finished a year's
Study with the noted Russian nian.
ist. Leopold Godowsky.
anuon command do. 2. Union
Veteran's Union, and Woman's Vat.
erans Belief onion No. 2, will give a
moonlight excursion on steamer City
of Winona. Wednesday evening. July
21. Boat will leave Rock Island at
7.30 p. m., Davenport at 8 o'clock.
Good musio and refreshments.
Tickets. 25 cents. The publio is
cordially invited. Come join as and
help in a charitable cauae. Tickets
for sale at Diamond Jo office and by
X-ray entertainment at the TTnited
Pesbyterian churoh Tuesday even.
idk Ecxt. we nave ail read or. the
wonderful discover?, and it ia arnn.
derful how Bitotnrea ran ha taken
showing the location of bullets, etc..
iu toe doqv. rroi. swan will give a
practical damonstration of this. An
old soldier who has carried a ballet
in his leg ever since the war will be
present, sou unaer tne meaical di
rection of Drs. Eyster, Carter and
Ludewir. Prof. Swan will taka a nat
ure to loeate the bullet. Come and
see it done.
A Bis Jaaa.
There will be a bl? ism at tha
Watch Tower Snndav. Jul IB Tk.
great parachute race between Prof.
oaiawm ana Mademoiselle Cordelli
will take place at & o'clock- n m
This is the most sensational act ever
offered here. There will also be a
free exhibition of fine rifle and pistol
shooting of glass balls by Buckskin
Bill. The finest vaudeville show vet
will be given at the theatre after.
noon and evening, consisting of acts
auu uoe snooting oy Buckskin Bill
and wife: fine Cvmnaatin anrk h tha
Todd Judge family; a musical act by
Joe and kittie Emmett; contortion
acts oy miss Viola Calhoun, and a
laughablo pantomime br tha mtim
company. "The Old Woman that
Lived in a Shoe." A dollar's worth
of fun for 10 cents.
At 4 O'clock tomorrow afternnnn
the corner stone of the new Catholic
orphanage. St. Vincent's Home, at
Davenport, is to be laid. Tha aita ia
on Gaines street, a few blocks from
bt. Ambrose college. The program
Includes selections by Strasser'e Sec
ond Regiment band, addressee by
Mayor Smith, and . Rev. Father
Thomas Mackin. of thia city, masio
by a quartet composed of J. J.
Brown, M. V. Kelley, J. A. Huot and
W. R. Johnson, and tha laying of the
corner stone by Rt. Rev. Henry Coa
grove, D. D.. bishop of Davenport.
Waaaea Criaalaatai la
RuR&ia'a nana. st&Hatica alu .. -
the dominirat at tha
criminals outnumber the men by nearly
60 per cent, just theontnu being the
case ia other countries. Moat of the wo
men criminal! are unmarried, and the
majority ccnie from tbe laboring classes
in the cities.
Tbe ancient copper mines of Sinai
have jurt been re-explored. These were
worked by the Egyptians or their slaves
7,000 years ago aud are believed to hare
been abandoaea aboot t;000 yeaxa ago.
i i " j
.awak. Aatat; mm m
bereft of the
loving care of a
men would? bnt
leant the vital
. importance of
care of their
health, aad al
ways look after the health and vigor of
ine organs nwnncriy feminine, the pitiful
Sabbath day procession of motherless
children that goes to the cemetery to "pot
owers on ma-ma s grave would be ma
terially reduced tn numbers." Too many
women bring a child into the world at the
sacruice of their own life. Thia sad fi
edV may be avoided by any women who
will resort to the right remedy.
The usual dangers of maternity are ban
i&nao. oy xae use oi ur. neme's Faveote
iTescnption. it sets directly and onlv cm
the important and delicate organs that
bear the burdens of motherhood. It
makes them healthy and strong; vigorous
and elastic. It does away with the dis
comforts of the expectant period, insures
tSe health of the newcomer, and makes
its advent free from danger and almost
free from pain. Over 90,000 have testi
fied to its virtues. Druesists who offer
suDsurates are untrustworthy.
Mr. William Vincent, cf Bidnaw, HoacMoa
Co.. Mich., (care Birgiaad's Camp. Sox B). writes:
"Wbenlfirat began to take your 'Favorite Pre
scription,' four years ago, I was auficrinr with
local weakness and fjeait tranhl. a iTmm t
cuuia narui7 nam ue pain in say aides, quite
ow ovwn, ana naa suen a pain Ditateu my
shooldcn I con!d not aleep at night. Was just as
tired in the morning as at night. At tttnea there
wax a TT-iy anarp pam aronna my heart. When
I would stoop over there was a dall sehias just
nnder the heart. My head ached and wa con
tinnally aore to the touch. I took ton bottles of
the ' Favorite Prescription and one bottle of the
'Golden Medical Discovery. I can most truly
say that as a remit I never felt better in my a fe.
I was more like a young girl than a mother of a
family. The pain all left me. so I kmvthai ar
wcuuics w 111 w u mat raouanc can no.
A headache is a Symptom of constination
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure eonstina.
tien, promptly and permanently. They do
nnnn r-piir-ri r
you should be as particu
lar In selecting what
you eat as what you wear.
Buy jonr Groceries where
;oa are sure to get first
class and the highest grade
11 ANPLE nothing but the
best of everything.
Give them your order and
be insured of
4 Perfect and
1620 Second Avenue.
Phone 1031. J
And when It shows
signs of irregularity
take it to .
Woltman, tie Jeweler.
A well selected stock
of Jewelry always on
hand at "live and let
live' prices. High
In repairing at reason
1808 Second At '
: at '
177 Second Avenne.
3 V tt vTV
Crescent Bicycles HM Weather
F 70a want the best Bicy
ele on the market joa
should ride the CBESCiKT.
1894 over 50.000 were sold
1895 over 57,000 were sold.
1896 over 70,000 were sold.
Bay a Bicycle with a His
tory and Reputation back
of it. Call aad examine tha
bast line of Bicyclea ia tha
Ilf-11T SXOOBD ATTjrTJK.
With your vitality is what
this sultry weather and
Krell & Math's Delicious Ice
and Fruit Ice
Are doing. When the Ice
Cream is down your vitality
is away op on a plane ef
cool comfort and invigorated
life. Eating Krell & Math's
rich, cold cream isn't only
pleasure while it lasts, bat
is food and nourishment to
weak stomaohs, and la as in
vigorating on a hot day aa
the African Cola Nat. Bring
yoar friends along and treat
them, and you will have
many happy returns ef the
Krell & Math's
Ho. me-ms seem at.
Wholesale prices on Ioe
Cream for Picnics, Sociables,
Fairs and Social gatherings.
- Here we are
you have been
All tha $6. 5.50 sr.d
11M17 West Second Street.
ARE THE TALK OF THE
. TOWN. WHY?
Because they are ao reason
able la price.
Because they are tha lat
est ereations. '
Because of their nioe fit
These three reasons plaoa
aa in the front ranks for
thia week in
Don't buy a stiff, machine
sewed Oxford and think
there Is eemfort in them, aa
it's a snare and delusion,
bnt go to ADAMS1, and for
less money get comfort and
AND BE PLEASED.
- Annual Shoe
again announcing our
aitlng for this. It includes
field's celebrated make of hand-sewed tans patent leathers, cordovans, etc.
The Finest Shoe oa earth at $4. These shoes
the three cities. They are, also, finer than any
take your pick duriog this sale at $4 It's one
what they are, you're attended them before.
Oct Olico Darcalcs to Ccircspcd,
Cp csy Udica Ten Sh:a in tho kzzzi rhich biz sold
at $2.00 $3. Every jpzir xzmsSA
OXFORD BARGAINS WC
All through the stock too numerous to mention
but they go if low prices counL
DO YOU TOT BARGAINS? i
IF SO CALL AT THE
Fourth Av. Shoe Store
We have arranged a bargain counter In our jf
. store,' and thereon have placed a lot of bargains
In children's, misses' and ladles slippers aad j
oxfords. Also Ugh shoes in lace and button.
We haven't the space to mention all of the
great bargains we have for you, but Invite you 4
to call and see for yourself, as we think you V
will find just what you want and at prices that
will please you. PRICES LOW ON EVERY- ;
GEO. F SCIttXAIX.
1601 Fourth Avenne.
Hold To Your Monej
Until you see
Nickel-plated tea kettles
Square bread pans, 6x9.
S-quart tin caps ,
7 rolls perforated toilet paper.
S bars toilet sosp in box
Stove polish, 10x4 size ,
Clothes basket ,
Semi-Annual Sale of Men's Fine
all our Finest Men's Shoes.
All tha C6, 5.50 tzi 5.00 Grades
cost more to manufacturer than any lice In
other line shovn by other dealers. You can
of our semi-annual shoe treats. You know
1729 Seccsd Arc.. 116-120 Eighteenth St,
See us for Oxfords.
AVE. SHOE STORE. !
what a dollar will
Clothes pins, per dex lo
Ironing boards, folding 78a
Picnic plates, per dos 4o
Picnio baskets, two handlss 60
White caps and ssneers, per set 18e
Good whisk broom Co
Dnst pans Sa
All water sets at half price this week.
319 and 321
Strong & Gar-