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Ft'r tor.tirht and
The temperature hai f!!en
aiifrn.j in um central valtryn,
; while a rise baa occurred In the
Rocky mountain region an west
Todaj's temperature, 81.
O. E. Hcjtt, Obserrer.
Hjncs recta tandems.
Lee's Little Gem i the best broom.
Wadsworth stock row at McCabe's.
Col. Henry Curtis is in St. Pan!.
K. G. Carlisle, of CLicago, is in the
Crane ft Co., stylish IiYary tarn-!
Btrgalns in croqift se'.i at Elk
hart's. Smoke Tri-Citj Flyer made by Nie
llin Sarah Cool, of Chicago, is
visiting in the city.
Twenty pr cent c IT on all fancy
lamps at Kckoart's.
Otto Huber and J alius Jacre are
in Peoria on ttniness.
Clare Maoor U again pitching for
the Beardstown bell team.
Mis Sepia Sommers fans gone to
Chicago to remaU until fall.
Will Keator lias returned from a
2-weekV outing at Lake Genera.
See bi bill for MCabe'a special
naps from the Wadsworth stock.
Mri. Fred Nichols and son, Ken
Beth, are visiting Omaha relatives.
The family of V,. S. Fnlmer has
gone into camp at VandrorT'a island.
til. 25 to Niagara Falls and return
Tia R. I. & P. railway Wednesday,
Iter. Thomas Mackin has gno to
Danville to attend the faneral of
111.25 to Niagara Falls and return
Tia X. I. & V. railway Wednesday,
Send joar orders for hard wood at
tS.10 rr cord, delivered, to boa 295,
11.85 to Niagara Falls and return
Tia K. 1. ft P. railway Wednesday,
Mrs It. C. C.'arke and children
hare roturoml from th-jir visit in
Jackson & Hurst
loan on real estate,
ble and bo delay.
Louis, is vixiting
have money to
Wcbcr, of St.
hor aunt, Mrs.
Mr. and Urs. Alooz? McLain, of
Dee Moincv have been visiting old
friends in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Robb. of
Forty-Crbt utreet, have welcomed a
new boy to taeir home.
Mrs. I". S. trough and little son,
Marcus, aro viiun; relatives and
friends ut Clinton, Iowa.
James Foter and daughter, Mrs.
W. D. McGiiTort, of Boston, are vis
iting Mrs. F.. F. Lambert.
The internal revenue colleeiions
tnade by Donuty J. H. Lamont last
week arrgata 41,247.95.
Tick your bargains from the Wads
worth ktock now on sale at MeCabe
Bros', as early as possible.
Walter. son cf Offloer and Mrs. M.
F. Arrher. has returned from a 3
weeks' visit at Wilton, Iowa.
For rnliUr tired traps and buggies
order of Cralle & Co. Carriages with
eartful drivers at moderate rates.
Ton can always get good bargains
t the 2nick-Sa!o Furniture store,
410 West Second street, Davenport.
11 15 to Nisenra Falls and return
via K. I. ft r. railway Wednesday,
Gtatlomen, take advantage of the
toboggan i.hoe . A $2 5f) shoe
reduced to 51. 0. See ad of Dollv
til 25 to Niagara Falls and retarn
via B. I. A V. railwav Wednesday,
Aug. 4. " '
Jackson A Hurst have money to
loan en real estate. Terms reasona
ble and eo dtlay.
Kev. J. II. Cannnn and Henry
Burns Mt this rrorn'iDvj to cajov the
mountain breeaoa of Colorado for
The Dubuque club rf the Western
association has relra.td tho erst
while midget tiftMer of the Rock
Island team, Din Sweeney.
. IU-.trve your seats free cf charge
at V. M. C A. buildiug for Miss
Paulina Woltmann's song recital to
morrow evening at f :15 o'clock.
II. B. Simmon let the contract Sat
urday for a 3.000 frame residenoe
In Stnrgeou's addition on Twenty-
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pore Oraj Cream ef Tartar Powder.
40 YEARS TIE STANDARD.
first street. Ground was broken this
B. D. Connelly, of this city, and
James Bollinger, of Davenport, left
Saturday afternoon for a 10-day a'
eating a't Put-in-Bay, Lake Erie.
T. J. Cdnningham, of Chicago, left
last night for 3s. Louis, after a shert
visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
James Conner cn Twentieth street.
Conductor J. C. Aald. of the Rock
Island & Peoria, is in Chicago for a
few days on business. Conductor
Pitney is running his train in the
The election and installation of
officers of Milan Tribune, order of
rraiernai iribunes, which was in-
suimaa last week, will occur Wed
nesday evening. .
Overcoat and straw hat sale be
gins at tho honomy Vtednesdav at
10 a. m. Overcoats at just one-tbird
value, no more, no less. Only two
months till overcoat season. Buy
now arid save two-thirds.
W. C. Wadsworth ft Co , the old
est wholesale dry goods house in
Iowa, decided to quit McCabe Bros,
were ready.- The irreat bargains are
now on sale at McCabe's.
Miss Sadie Ten Eyck, who has
been visiting hr friend, Mrs. Wil
liam Williams, 2835 Seventh avenne,
the past four weeks, has retorned to
her home in Stuart, Iowa. -
Overcoat and st-aw bat sale begins
at tho Economy Wtdnesday at 10 a.
m. Overcoats at inat nna-tt.r4
valne, no more, no less. Only two
nionscs tin overcoat season. I5uy
now and save two thirds.
' Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Tlnr. m
dames C. W. Negus and James Price
and Mi4 Clarkson were among the
Rock Island visitors to Oakwood
carap, above Cordova, last week.
Deputy Sheriff S. S. Hull left last
nitrht for Chicago in i.l.-n ti f v man
whom the police have nnder arrest
thereon sutpioion ef beine Thomas
ivuuy, irog area me nnaaii Darn.
The GustUS school cf hniinon
Molina, opens Sept. I. Fr rates cf
luiuon, etc., call on-or address J. E
Usitus, 820 Fcrty-third street, city.
tll.25 to Niagara Falls and return
via R. I. ft P. railwav Wednesday.
W. C. Wadsworth A Cn rf n.-
enport. going to quit business. Mc
t,t t. . ...
nro. poi many oi me plums.
More than a hundred of Wrls.nrih'a
greatest bargains plaoed on sale to-
The COUntV court has ornnto.l tho
petition of Assignee Kosenfield, of
U T 1 i-i
iLic i i':uu oflBo company, to con
tinue manu.'ttctnrinr nIt ih f ..
tory will resume in about a week
n ouuu iuv iuaieriai can De ob
P. B. Normovln. an nM rs&;tonf nt
Reck Island bnt who la nr.w Tntr
in Chicago with his family, is in the
:iiy. iia is representing the new
Wotld. the diocetiaa rater nf PAnrit
MiS Ruth West, domrhtxr fi-
and Mrs. L. E. West, celebrated her
etgntn birthday with a party of 20
on the Winona Friday. The entire
trip was a round of fun. Dinner
was eeivoa on me Doat.
Overcoat and btraw hat sale be
gins at the Economy Wednesday at
10 a. m. Overcoats t i nut nno.t V Ivt
Talu, no more, do less. Oa!y two
. .in .
luuums im overcoat season. Buy
now and save two-thirds.
Frank C. Haberm aB. a Wlt.nhman
for the Rock Island road, was caught
by a telegraph pole while climbing a
ui' car omuruay evening, sustain,
in? a severe bruise in th ah
and a sprained back. Dr. J. De Silva
...... i . i i .-
IVanle of Rock Island ran amir
have the greatest second hand stare
west of Chicago opposite Arols
effica. Be sure and leave your orders
uciurc selling, wnere you ean get the
most money. Johnnv Jnnni for r.-
thicg and everything, 1623 Second
Rev. Ira W. Allpn. Jr r.i
the Central Presbyterian church.
icares icrnay ior i;mcaa;o tor a short
n l. : - . ....
imt luum peiiH, siter wtucn he
will i in his family at Elmim V Y
where he will recuperate for a
month. Rev. Allen has been suffer
ing from nervousness recently, and
it is hoped the trip will do him
The engineer force3 are removing
a portion of the East Molina dam on
the rapids put in recently with a
' iu aiuinjr navigation,- and re
moving it further down tho riw.r
The object of the dam was to pre
serve deen?r water at all
but while it has done this, it has
proven, as constructed, too swift a
current for boats to get over with
perfect safety. Consequently a part
of it is to be put in further down.
f L - 1 i ...
Alio cnn suoscriptions received
no to data far th I.1.1 anWor... ...
1137.95. whila fnnd anrl rlnthlno
the 7alue of t8 have been donated.
r. v. ionng, tbe Ioeal treasurer, has
sent one oonsicnnient tn T.aiM t
consisted ef 200 pounds of pressed
iui.L i 1 1 " I . i .
puHuua oi imtiia meat,
931 pounds of flour, 3)0 pounds of
beans and 170 pounds of cornmeal.
Another shipment will be made in a
day or so.
The reception and goif party given
by Capt. and Mrs. S F Rinnt .t
Rock Islaed arsenal Saturday after-
uun provea a aeiigntmi event The
rentlemen all an Beared in rrnif
tumes ond after the reception of the
iuo uummanaani s mansion
the quests adiourntd tn th or, If
links. Two i'mes wr nlJ i
F. Lardner and J.ihn Van p.. i
Mr. and Mrs. William Butterworth
lu participants. Tcterson
orcnesira lurnuhed the music
THE ABGPB. MONDAY. JULY 26, 1897.
One's physical feelings, like the atthfid
Better, s&arch and point out plainly the
fact of disease or health.
If a tnn is not feeling well and vigorous
if he is losing flesh and vitality, if he is
listless, nervous, sleepless, he certainly is
not well. The down hill road from health
to sickness is smooth and declines rapidly.
At the first intimation of disease, tlie
wise man takes a pore, simple vegetable
tonic It pnt3 his digestion into good ac
tive order and that puts the rest of his
body in order. The medicine that will do
this is a medicine that is gooJ)to take in
any trouble of the blood, the digestion, or
the respiration, no matter how serious it
may have become.
The medicine to take is TJr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery. It is a remark
able remedy. It cures diseases ia a per
fectly natural way, without the use of
strong drugs. It cures by heloing Nature.
It has a peculiar tonic effect on the lining
membranes mi the stomach and bowels.
By putting these membranes into healthy
condition, stimulating the secretion of the
various digestive juices and furnishing to
the biood the proper pnrifving prooerties,
it reaches out over the whole body and
drives disease-germs before it into the
Bfual excretory channels. It builds ui
firm muscular flesh, makes the skin and
Df. Pierce s Golden Medical Discovery
Has been found wonderfully efficacious in
the treatment of skin diseases eczema,
tetter, erysipelas. sa!t-rheum irom com
mon pimples or blotches to the worst ease
VOU should be as particu
lar In selecting what
you eat as what you wear.
Buy yonr Groceries where
you are sure to get first
class and the highest grade
11 ANDLE nothing but the
best of everything.
Give them your order and
be insured of
Perfect and )
Prompt Delivery. h
i 1620 Second Avenue, r
Z Phone 1031.
And when It shows
signs of Irregularity
take It to
Woltaan, the Jeweler.
A well selected stock
of Jewelry always on
hand at "live and let
live" prices. High
In repairing at reason
able rates. ,
1805 Second Ave
1717 Second Avenue.
F yon want the best Bicy
cle on the market yon
honld ride the CRESCENT.
1894 over 50,000 were sold
1S95 over 5BCOO were sold.
1896 over 70,000 were sold.
Bny a Bicycle with a His
tory and Sepntation back
of it. Call and examine the
best line of Bicycles in the
1615-1517 SECOND AVENUE.
OF THE EIGHT SORT is
the cool, refreshing, spark
ling SODA WATES SMILE
yon get at Krell & Math's.
It has saved maay a person
from prostration this hot
snltry weather and prevent
ed them from indulging in
Krell & Math's
Ice Cream Soda
Fruit Juices and Phosphates
Krell & Math's
No. 1715-1718 Second Ave.
Try one of onr Tgg Phos
phates or Superfine Lemon
ades. They are great thirst
All th9 $6, 5.50 and 5.00 Grades
115-117 West Second Street,
"No Profit in These Shoes"
For us, but lots of profit to your pocket-book if you '
catch on to a pair of those $2 JO and $ Ladies" Shoes
we are selling at the uniform price of
Same Way With Oxfords.
It's dollars and cents to the woman
who comes here for Oxfords. You
don't need a fat purse, only a stray
dollar or so, and you can fit your eye
and foot both "cheap."
WEEK . . .
ANT OF OUR $4 SHOES
in Tans, Ozbloods.
Box Calf and Vicl
Kids, all go in
sale at only
and yen take
ON'T IT PAY YOU
To try us this week in
the Shoe line?
Name In the Shoe
Is a guarantee.
Come and Try Us
Eighteenth Street and
4 $2.95 1
- Annual Shoe Sale
Here we are again announcing our Semi-Annual Sale of Men's Fine Shoes. Perhaps
you have been waiting for this. It includes all our Finest Men's Shoes. Strong & Gar
field's celebrated make of hand-sewed tans patent leathers, cordovans, etc.
The Finest Shoe on earth at $4. These shoes cost more to manufacturer than any line In
the three cities. They are, also, finer than any other line shown by other dealers. You can
take your pick during this sale at $4 It's one of our semi-annual shoe .treats. You know
what they are, you've attended them before.
DO YOU WAST BARGAINS? 1
IF SO CALL AT THE
Fourth Av. Shoe Store
We have arranged a bargain counter In our
store, and thereon have placed a lot of bargains
in children's, misses' and ladles sHppersand
oxfords. Also high shoes in lace and button.
We haven't the space to mention all of the
great bargains we have for you, but invite you
to call and see for yourself, as we think you
will find just what you want and at prices that
will please you. PRICES LOW ON EVERY
THING. FOURTH AVE. SHOE STORE,
GEO. F SCHMALE.
1501 Fourth Avenue.
Five Per Cent Paid cn Deposits.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real.'Estate Security.
J V BofTrt, Pre1(1ot.
John Crahaueh, Vice maldeol.
t Oreeokwslt, Cashier.
Brn lninei Joly a. iwrt), and oeeipi the
8. 1, ext. atlujiell Lrnde new buUding.
STEVERS & ANDEKSON.
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
AH kind of carpenter
OFFICE AND SHOP
AI! the $6, 5.50 and 5.00 Grades
1729 Second Ave:. 116-120
Incorporated Dnder the
ROCK ISLAND, I LI
H 8 CaMe. W Wf
John Crabtagh, Ptrf! MllcbeU.
n r Diu, l. nmon,
K W Hnnrt, J Jt UofoxA,
4enera lobWn done ea eheft
mcA euiaracuoa gnaraiitaad
721 TWELFTH STREET.