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rlr and cooler tonight and San
day. The temnmatuni has tim i..
lake region and along the tipper Mis-
nmmippi, oat ii naa generally fallen to
Today's temperature, 12.
a E. Hen, Obeerv
Hjnes vulcanizes tires.
Hynes repairs bicjolei.
Tan polish 6 cents. Dolly Broe.
Lee'e Little Gem Is the best broom.
Visit McCabe's candy department.
Grail A Co., stylish livery turn
eats. Bargains in misses' shoes at Djlly
R. E. Little takes charge of the Mi
lan poatofllce Monday.
Ladies1 shirt waists at 75 cents, in
stead of 2, at McCabe Bros1.
Ton will do well to attend the
Onstns school of business at Moline.
Baying everything I can get my
hands on. Opposite A no its office.
Miss Grace Warner, of St. Panl, is
in the city visiting her grandmother,
Mrs. John Warner.
At 7 o'clook this evening choice
caramels, each one wrapped, 6 cents
a pound at McCabe Bros'.
John C. Marshall, of Topeka, Kas.,
is visiting his brother. Rev. H. C.
Marshall, 1112 Second avenue.
For robber tired traps and baggies
order of Cralle & Co. Carriages with
eareful drivers at moderate rates.
Twilled India silks were 85 cents
and 98 cents, clean 'em ont at 44
cents. McCabe Bros. Going fast.
Prof. Martin, of Davenport, who
was called hurriedly to St- Louis,
has returned and can again be found
Sweets to the sweet. At 7 o'clock
this evening choice wrapped cara
mels 6 cents a pound at McCabe
Sweet milk, cream, buttermilk and
ice cream for sale on Nineteenth
street, between First and Second
Stop at Johnnie Ross tomorrow
In South Rock Island on Twelfth
street and get an ice cold drink of
Money to loan on real estate se
curity, terms reasonable, and no de
lay. Apply to George F. Roth at
jackion Hursts ollice.
A lawn social will bo given tonight
at toe nome or Mrs. Celia Morrison
in South Rock Island for the benefit
of the Second Baptist church.
Simon Burns, of Pittsburg, presi
dent or tbe National Window Ulass
Workers' association, dropped in on
old Rock Island friends last evening.
Rev. C. O. McCulloch gave a fine
address on John Wesley" before
the Young People's society of the
United Presbyterian church last
Miss Jessie Roberts, while riding
in aionne mis morning, was tnrown
from her wheel and received several
bruises. Her arm was hurt con
The police arrested at the corner
or roortn avenue and Seventeenth
street this afternoon a man named
Henry Harness, of Janesville, Wis.,
charged with horse stealing.
II. H. Lohse delivers Black Hawk
spring and artesian water daily. At
moderate rates families may have
these pure waters instead of taking
ineir urinse rrom the city mams.
Rev. W S. Marquis, who has re-
tu nea mm Uinonk to conduct tbe
faaxral of Mrs Ludolph, will officiate
at m morning service at the tsroa
way church tomorrow. There will
be do evening service.
Tbe Maccabees, of Moline. will run
an txcuralon to Clinton Sunday Aug
16, on the steamer Winona and
barge. niat will leave Rock Island
at 8.10 sharp. Refreshments on
boat. Dancing free. Tickets 60 cents
Tickets for sale at the Diamond Jo
Mrs. F. X. Beerkle and two chil
dren from f!ffAatnii fn w)in hA
been visiting relatives in the city for
the past five weeks, were called home
uopiciiraij launaiT morning, on
account of the death 'of Mrs. Beer
Contracts were let today at Col.
W. R. King's office for upper Missis
sippi Improvement work in the-line
of dams and shore protection, dredcr
ing and levee construction to the
amount of HOO.000, the improve
ment covering the entire length of
the river north of the mouth of the
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Qold Medal. Midwinter Fair.
A Fare Great Crtaai el Tartar Pewter.
Illinois rirar. Contractor A. J
Whitney, of this eity was among the
The Spaaldings and No. Threes
played a game of ball yesterday fore
noon in which the Spaaldings were
the victors, the score being 12 to 6.
The battery for the winning team
was Benson and Bragdon, and for
the losing team Twomey and 01son.
Mrs. H. C. Marshall returned from
Chautauqua, N. Y., last night, where
sue nan a renearsai witn tbe cele
brated pianist, William H. Sherwood,
whom she will assist in a eonoert in
Minneapolis this coming whiter. Mr.
Sherwood and Mrs. Marshall will
plsy together on two pianos. "Dense
Macabre," by Saint-Saens, and
"Mazeppa," by Liszt. The recital
will be given bv Judge and Mrs.
Charles B. Elliott, of Minneapolis.
8TART FOR CAMP LINCOLN
BMm Off War Ktlttar Daty at
The Rodman Rifle militar? com
pany left last niht at 9 o'clock by
special train over the C, B. & Q.
road tor Camp Lincoln at Springfield.
Company F, of Moline, joined tbe
train in tnat city, while the other
companies of the Sixth regiment
were taken on enroute. The com
pany roster that went from this city
was composed as iouows:
U-ptain William Uocnnochie.
First Lieutenant L. E. Hemen-
second Lieutenant George W.
First Sergeant A. Bear.
Sergeants Harry Anthonv. E. H.
Dnnivan, Robert MoConoohie, J. W.
Corporals W. H. Cline. Harry
Coyne, William Dunlvan, Harry Jen
son. C. H. McKinstry, James Mott,
Privates O. L. Anderson, D. Ben
nett. William Bleuer, Bromley, John
Carse, Louis Cool, Charles Cool, Clay
ton Case, Otis Cronk, Fred Cox, Wal
ter Cox, A. Christenson, Elmo Dnn
ivan, Albert Dietrich, Robert Danker,
Robert Fitzsimmohs, Walter Fitz
nimmona, E. Foster, W. Frey, J.
Frey, H Fry, John Glass, Gilbert
Goff, R. P. Hampton, 'P. Kesslev, G.
w. Leyda, Irani Means, fc.d McKins
try, Gadmond Olson, William Robb,
Fremont Robinson, Louie Rosenfield.
Charles Ruge. William Ranson, Will
iam Stiltz, Ed Tremann, Irwin
Townsend, J. Wangelin. Charles
Wangelin, Allen Pratt, Frank Quayle,
uavia lannayon, urea Uoppe, Jo
Hospital corps td Clements,
Musicians Thomas Fltnn, Frank
Moreart. Will Campbell, Albert
Campbell, Fred Druckmiller, Christy
leaders, Arthur awanson.
Commander of Battalion Mai. W.
Col. Sergeant W. T. Stafford,
DOGS, PONIES, MONKEYS.
Hlpr, Dolman A Blaka's Bis Trained Ani
mal Know so ba liar An, so and SI.
America's greatest dog, pony and
monkey show, under the proprietor
ship of Sipe, Dolman & Blake, comes
to Rock Island for two performances
daily under the big white tents on
Aug. zu ana zi.
There is no other entertainment so
well adapted to the amusement of
ladies and children as a trained ani
mal eshibition, and when 122 dogs,
68 ponies and 27 monkeys with the
Sipe, Djlman & Blake show are seen
in their clever performances Rock
Island amusement lovers will have
witnessed the greatest show of the
kind ever organized.
l be show tents will be located on
Twelfth street, between Fifth and
The funeral of Mrs. W. L. Ludolph
ill be held from her late home.
1211 Third avenue, at 2 o'clock to
morrow afternoon, thence to the
Broadway Presbyterian church,
where services will be held.
Funeral services for Miss Grace
Hayes, who died at her home in
South Rock Island from a complica
tion of ailments Thursday, will be
held at Trinity church at 2 o'clock
News has been received of the
death at Beardstown of Mrs. Frank
Burger, of this city.
The Nettie Darant and Horace H.
The regular local packets were in
and out of port.
The J. W. Van Sant and B. Her
ahey brought down 28 strings ef logs
The stage of the water at the
Rock Island bridge at noon was 6:70
and Tailing; the temperature 80.
Is the price of perfect health. Watch
careiuiiy the first symptoms or lm
pure blood. Cure boils, pimples.
humors and scrofula by taking Hood's
Sarsaparilla. Drive away the pains
ana acnes oi rheumatism, malaria
and stomach troubles, steady your
nerves ana overcome that tired feel
ing by taking the same great medi
Hood's pills are the best family
cathartic and liver tonic Gentle,
It is ptatcd that animal life appears
to be almost absent in the neighborhood
of the north pole. Beyond latitude 83
degrees the Fiam met with neither
whales, seals, walrus nor bears, though
dog fishes were seen as high as W degrees.
POISONING THE FOUNTAIN.
tain of life is
its very source,
no health in
woman has any
sex, the fount
be healthy in
until this one
tal trouble is
If the foun-
tnere can De
any part of
When - a
the delicate ft'
she cannot 'J'"
the very com- fll I
mon error of v!
ascribing; all their
trouble to super- i
cial causes: he m II
prescnoe tor neural-
sna. inaitrestion. in
somnia, or headache,
when these are merely symp
toms of some deep-rooted
malady of the distinctly fem
Any woman suffering from
tnese aelicate com
plaints may be com
pletely cured right in
the privacy of her own
home (without recourse
to mortifying examina
tions and "local treat
ment" ) by Dr. Pierce's
It Rives health to the special ommsm of
womanhood. It purines all diseased con
ditions; gives elastic strength to the liga
ments, and vitality to the nerve-centres. It
promotes good digestion, sound sleep, and
freedom from pain.
It is tbe only medicine devised for this
one purpose by an educated, skilled spe
cialist in this particular field of practice. It
is the only medicine which insures pro
spective mothers against the dangers and
sufferings of motherhood.
Dr. Pierce's thousand - nao-e illustrated
book, ' The People's Common Sense Med
ical Adviser" contains several chapters de
voted to the special physiology of woman,
with advice and suggestions for self-treatment
which every woman ought to read.
A paper-bound copy sent absolutely free on
receipt of at one-cent stamps to pay for
mailing omy ; or, ciotu-Dound, 31 stamps.
Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
1 1 1 T 1
In oar line. We en
deavor to put before
the publio the best to
be had in good eating.
; Our Prices are Right
Our Goods are Fresh.
Order early and yon
will get the beat selec
tion. Sweet potatoes,
watermelons on ice,
and dressed spring
1620 Second Avenue.
Phone 1031. i
And when it shows
signs of 'i-regularity
take it to .
Woltman, the Jeweler.
A well selected stock
of Jewelry always on
hand at "live and let
live" prices. High
In repairing at reason
1805 Second At
1717 Second Avenue-
F 70a want the best Bicy
cle on the market 70a
should ride the CRESCENT.
1894 over 50.000 were sold
18Q5 over 57.000 were sold.
1896 over 70,000 were sold.
Buy a Bioyole with a His
tory and Reputation back
of it. Call and examine the
best Una at Bicycles In the
'No Profit in These Shoes'
For us, but lots of profit to your pocket-book if you
catch on to a pair of those $250 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."
Buy no other Bread
KRELL & MATH'S
PERFECT, HOME MADE
IS THE BEST.
The Following Grocers
HAVE IT FOB SALE:
A. M. Blomquist. Mrs. F. Ehleb.
v. oui, ueas uros.,
W. J. Quinlan, Mrs. Mitch,
Wm. Binck. W. B. Pettit,
J. M. Schaab, W. C. Maucker,
ChasLong, B. Kuschmann,
6. E. Bailey & Co..Chas. Oswald.
Geo. Lothringer, C. W. Horton.
r nr..i i . . .
... tieuitei, ij. scnneiaer,
Lange & Heitman, Hanspen & Sons.,
H. Wheelan. Wm. Ehih
J. T. Shields, - Root. Bueth.
Geo. McDonald. J. Raithel,
Apple Bros.. Sears, F.G.White.Milan.
Look for the red label on every
loaf. None genuine without it.
Our bread is fast being recog
nized and called for by every
body. It is made from the beat
flour and by the latest process
known to the baker's art It is
of fine grain, rich in flavor and
chuck full of nutriment.
Krell & Math's
BAIXS; AND COUPIOTIOKEKS
'Phona list . Ho. me-1711 eeeoad Atc.
Eat your dainty, costly viands,
But give to me instead.
One solitary slice of
Krtll A Math'a pure bread.
Will oecur soon, ahowing the
largest and nicest Una aver
brought into this vicinity, com
prising the latest novelties that
- the eastern markets can produce.
In the meantime we wish to
make more room, and in order
to do so there will occur for the
next ten days a
SUMMER - FOOTWEAR
It will pay you'to call if in need
of footwear of any description.
Our great leaders in men's wear
the oomlng season will be our
$2. $2.60, $3 and 14.50 lines, and
in oar ladies' the same prices
YOU WATT FOB
THIS- SEASON AND BE PLEASKD
DO YOU WANT BARGAINS?
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' slippers and
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
wUl find just what you want and at prices that
will please you. PRICES LOW ON EVERY-THING.
FOURTH AVE. SHOE STORE,
1601 Fourth Avenue.
Hold To Your f.lone
Until you see what a dollar will
do for vou
Nickel-plated tea kettles 79e
Square bread pans, 6x9 6c
2-quart tin cups 6o
2-h'oop pails lQc
7 rolls perforated toilet paper. . . 2&c
S bars toilet aoap in box fte
Stove polish. 10x4 size e
Clothes basket 19o
Clothes pins, per dos lo
Ironing boards, folding 78o
Picnic plates, per dos 4o
Picnio baskets, two handles. .... fte
White caps and aaneers, per set lSe
Good wbiak broom fte
Duat pans So
All water sets at halt prioe this week.
pSf H lei Fafl Bpiiigl
BALANCE OF OUR SPRING STOCK AT REDUCED PRICES.
An exceptionally fine stock of FaU and Winter Wearing appareL Decidedly the largest and best we have aver shown. The new
tariff bill will not effect prices here. WB ABE THE PEOPLE who were upon tbe scene of action, and placed our tall orders prs
vioos to the advance in prices. This, together with the facilities buying for the two largest stores and the cash, rives as greater
advantages than ever over all competition. After four weeks of hard work la the eastern markets
We Shall be in Position this Fall to Crow Over All Others.
1st. We were in the market early, placed oar orders before the Dingley bill became a law, and before the advance ia prices.
2nd. Buying for two big stores, with ample cash, enables as to bay ia qnantitias and dictate prieas.
3rd. Decidedly the largest and most exquisite stocks of thoroughly meritorious and high grade merchandise will be displayed
la the two banner stores this falL r
Previous to the arrival of these mammoth stocks we are determined to dispose of the spring sad sammer goods oa aaad. This
BARGAINS BIGGER AND GREATER THAN EVER
It will certainly pay you to investigate. Wa are offering ladaoaaents that appeal to the parse of the economical-
UM17 West Second Street,
1729 Second Ave;, 116-120 Eighteenth St:,
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.