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6 THE AKOTTa MONDAY. AUGUST 1C. 1897.
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Fair toMgfat sod Tuefday: slightly
Warner TuKiy afternoon,
Hi.h atmoMpfaerie pressure and
cnol whether cover the rrgton tram
tn Riirkr mnanUlnn to tne Missis
sippi nwr 10 is m rnlDg, a cnnl ira- a
0 a fall In the tcmperatore barlnf j
oocnrrrd In tha MUs art and Mis-
sirnppi vaiiey in ttia past 24 boars.
T I . 1
Maupcraaini, i I.
LQ. E. Huht.
Hynes vulcanize tires.
11 net repairs bicycles.
Lee's Little Gem Is the bast broom.
Cralla A Co., stylish livery tura
ats. Bay your school supplies at Eck
hart's. Smoke Trl-city Flyer made by Jfio
Misa A. M Kittredge has gone to
Na-hoa. N Y.
Just received a large shipment of
velojipedes at Keshan's.
Mrs. Mary I.ynde ha gone to Bar.
lington. W, for a visit.
J. H. Fuller has gone to Nashville
to take In the eiposition.
Ton city council holds its semi,
monthly meeting tonight.
MUs Louise Case left thit morning
for Ottawa to visit relatives.
The coll ectiona of Deputy J. H.
Lamont for last week were 187 60.
You will do well to attend the
Qustus school of business at Moline.
Rev. J. L. Murphy goes o Andover
tomorrow to attend a church picnic
Police Officer George Hsnna paid
a visit to his father at Orion yester
day. Misa Mary Russell, of Iowa City,
is visiting the Misses Aliee and Mary
Miss Lncy Richmond, of Dubuque.
Is visiting Mrs. C. E. Adann and the
Misses I oyne.
For rubbrr tired traps and buggies
order of Ci alia A Co. Carriages with
arefnl drivers at moderate rates.
J. E. Larkia has been appointed
paving inspector on the Seventh
avenue improvement by Mayor Me
dia. Miss Emma Dolly retnrned to ber
home at Clinton, Iowa, today after a
visit with Rock Island and Davenport
Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Carter are off
for a cruise "yer the northern waters
after which ftey will visit In New
Mrs G. W. Hock and Mrs. I. P.
Wilson left this morning via the
Rock Island A Peoria for Eureka
M. II Moore, of Dubuque, former
ly connected with the Telegraph of
that eity. made Tiik Akols a pleas
ant call today.
Mtiliwer Camp 101. R. N. A ,
trolW party Thursday evening, Aug.
19 tickets 25 cents, dancing at the
Albert N Tee and Mrs. Alvina W.
Leuei.bagen, of Davenport, were
married Saturday afternoon by Jus
tice W V. Schroeder.
M. W. Willey. of tha M. A K.. ac
companied by his daughter, leaves
tomorrow morning fr Erie, Pa., for
his old home on a visit.
Money to loan on real estate se
curity, terms reasonable, and no de
lay. Apply to George F. Roth at
Jackson A Hurst's office.
The Y. W. C. T. U. will meet this
evening at tha home of Miss Stone od
Seventeenth street. All members
are requested to be present.
The etenive improvements Col
Una Bros. ar putting on Capt. T. J.
Robinson's Twentifth street property
will involve an outlay of flu. 000.
Miss Maym Andras, of Manchester,
111 , who has been the guest of Miss
Blanche Warren the past couple of
months, departed for her home Sat.
Mr. T. J. Simcoke, from Stuart,
and sister, Mrs. O. Marshall, from
Economy. Ind., are visiting at the
home of William William on Sev
August Schwin, a bachelor living
. at Davenport, and aged 64, be
came despondent at his physical con
dition this morning and suicided by
means of a rope.
P. J. Heverliog wishes it known
that he did nut sell his barber busi
ness to any one, but simply moved
one door t, and is low located
located at 1909 Second avenue.
Eicursion to Muscatine Wednes
day. Aug. 18. Tickets, 35 cents;
children. 20 cents. Boat leaves
Bock Island 8:30 a. m. Ladies' Mil-
Highest HonorsWorld's Fair,
Gold Medal. Midwinter Fair.
A Par Ores Creaai ef Tartar Pewdtr.
.40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
- - - - u iurr mni win leeonniiiT inn i
R. G. Summers. 325 Twentieth
street, i prepared to do all kind of
stove work; moving, shining and
setting op stoves, and also furnish-
uic vMuugs lorauy mate oi stove.
Mr. and Mrs. Havea and h llrn
wish to return their everlasting
thank to the friends and neighbor
for the help and sympathy thay have
Mteuuvu to mem in tueir affliction,
and forhe beautiful floral offerings.
Miss E. M. Carter will give one of
her famous lectures at the A. M. E.
church, corner Fourteenth street and
Fourth avenue, this evening at 8
o'clock. Subject "The First Black
Woman of the South." Admission 15
The code of weather signal fur
nished by the U S. Weather bnreau
to The A rocs were received today
and a soon a arrangements can be
perfected they will be displayed
from the flag staff on Thb Argcs
The formation of an auxiliary to
the Stith division Rai Pn.t.i
Clerks' association in R ick Island i
D-mg agitated. A meeting of clerks
called for .Saturday night was post
poned owing to the Woodmen ex
citement. It will be held later on.
George, son of Mr. and Mr. W. D.
Holaappie. had hi left leg fractared
Saturday afternoon by the falling on
Twenty-first street of a horse which
he was riding. The young man wa
taken home In the ambulance and
Dr. G G. Craig and C. C. Carter
adjusted the injury.
The announcement of the death of
Frederick Behrendt. a received by
the state' attorney, was premature.
He i still very low, however, and
hi death is momentarily expected.
The trial of Thomas Bland, Beh
rendt' assailant, has been contin
ued until Thursday at 2 p m.
The Clinton Age of Saturday morn
ing publishes a souvenir of th dnrii.
cation of the new court bouse there.
or which . P. (juayle. of this city,
who prepared the Rock Island rnnrt
bouse, is the designer. The publi-
uauuu is nneiy illustrated ana pre
pared In an interesting man-er.
Officer M. F. trchnr ia at Ma unit
of duty at police headquarters today,
iwi wotjK b outing as soutn Cui
cag with the naval reserve of Mo
line. of whom he is one. The boy
were put inrocgn au the maneuvers
of the tar when in actual service,
and it went hard with sme of them
who had not done any climbing since
they skinned the cat" when they
D. Roy Bowlby has filed a bill in
chancery for a mechanic's lien on the
naptha lauich. Ethel, formerly
owned by C E Everett, but which is
now claimed as the property of C- E
Shope. Mr. Bowiby states that Mr.
Everett asked him to make repairs
on hi launch, which he did at an
onlay in labor and materia s
am touting to 843 57. 830 of which
Is still due.
The packet. Dubuque, passed up.
Toe Ravenna brought down 16
strings ef log.
The E. Rutle'ge came down with
32 strings of logs.
The tarn Atlee came down with 24
strings of logs and four of lumber
The stage of the water at the
Rook Island bridge at C a. m. was
4:45; the temperature 70.
Tne West Rambo. Prescotte and Jo
Long passed up and the J. W. Tan
Sant, Nettie Durant and Jo Long
The City of Winona turned back at
u viaire mis morning, meeting the
Verne Swain there, in order to be in
Clinton tonight and take ont a blir
Since I have been takinc Hood'
Sarsapartlla I have improved greatly
in health. It has given me a better
appetite and has strengthened me
more than any other medicine tnat I
nave ever taten. and I believe that it
will do more good as a blood puri
fier than anv other medicine." Wal
ter E. Roberts, Metropolis, 111.
Hood's pills cure nausea, sick
headache, indigestion, biliousness.
Bator . KIM Tour Wbaol
Be Sure VOU shake into- innr aknoa
Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder for the
feet. It keeps your feet ccol and
comfortable, prevents sweating feet,
and mike your endurance ten-fold
greater. Over 100.000 wheel peo-
people are using Allen's Foot-Ease.
They all praise it. Ladies, insiet on
having it. It gives rest and comfort
and prevents .martin?, hot. swollen
aching feet. At all drnggfots and
shoe stores. 25 cents. Sample free
by mail. Address, Allen S Olmsted,
Le Koy. N. I .
Chroala Rhoaawtlaa Cored.
Dr. H. B. Hetti Direr. Indi.n.nnli.
Ind says: "For several month after
spraining my ankle I was severely
afflicted with rhenmatism. I finatl
tried Detchon'a -Mystic Cure' for
. . . . . . .
roeumausm, ana in lour days could
Walk Withont KIT can? tarn hn1a
cored me sound and welL Sold by
into urotjan. aroggist, 1501 Second
avenue. Rock Island, tmst Schlegel
A Son. 220 West Second street. Dav
lUaaitful tMKptaa; Uroaada.
Woodward' Bark, uuaii nff IHO.7
The finest excursion ground between
O 1 1 A a ...
nuca. imana ana minion, Iowa.
Camping supplies, bo its. ice. etc.
nr.. ... a
f iluax u. voodwabd, rrop ,
Just tr V a 1U eamt box of Caan&r.t.
the fimut '.iver and bowel regulator
A sick person trying to keep up on mere
atimulatinfr tonics is like any one pretend
fag t swim while supported by a belt ' Tie
instant the support is withdraws down
Nearly all diseases result from a deep
seated impairment of the nutritive powers
which cannot be reached by any temporary
exhilaration. The only good that any med
icine can do is to increase your own natural
powers of recovery and make you able to
swim for yourself.
The debilitating; weakness, nervousness
and digestive disorder which indicates this
state of mal-nutrition can only be overcome
by a scientific remedy like Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery which acts di
rectly upon the digestive and blood-making;
organs, and effects the nutritive transforma
tion of food into rich, healthy blood, which
carries genuine permanent vitality to every
corner of the system.
It is vastly more nutritions than malt
extracts. It does not paralyze the nerves,
but feeds them with health. It is better
man cod liver oil emulsions. It is assimi
lated by the weakest stomachs. It does
not nau naDDy useless tat, but muscular
ucuklu anu ucaituy nrrve-iorce. it is the
only perfect invigorant for corpulent people.
Mrs. ElTa Howell, of Derby, Perry Co., Ind
writes: In the year of 1804 I was taken with
stomach trouble nervous dyspepsia. There was
a coldness in my stomach, and a weight which
aeerned like a rock. Everything that I ate gave
me KTeat pain; I had a bearing down sensation
was swelled across my stomach; had a ridge
around my right aide, and in a short time I was
bloated. I was treated bv three of our bel phy
sicians hot got no relief. Then Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery was recommended tc
me and I got it. and commenced the use of it. I
began to see a change for the better. I was so
weak I could not walk across the room without
assistance. I took Dr. Piarce's Golden Medical
Discovery and one bottle of the Pleasant Pel
lets.' I began to improve very fast after the use
of a few bottles. The physicians who attended
tne said I had ' dropsy and that my disease was
leading into pulmonary consumption. I had
quite a cough, and the home physicians rave mc
ap to die. I thank God that mycure is permanent."
mi. in u xjuuuuiu 1
Tn mi. If ha TX AM W
deavor to put before
the pnblio the best to
be had in good eating.
, Our Prices are Right
Our Goods are Fresh.
Order early and you
will get the best selec
tion. Sweet potatoes,
watermelons on ice,
ana dressed sprit
And when it shows
tins of irregularity
take It to
Woltman, the Jeweler.
A well selected s:ock
of Jewdy always on
hand at "live and let
live' prices. High
In repairing at reason
1806 Second Ave
1620 Second Avenue, i
1717 Second Avcuue. : .
F yon want the best Bicy
cle on the market you
should ride the CRESCENT.
2894 over 50.000 were sold
1 85 over 57000 we'e sold.
1896 over 70,000 were sold.
Bay a Bicycle with a His
tory and Bepntation back
of it. Call and examine the
best line of Bicycle In the
SSCOSD A V EN UK
Buyno oilier Bread
KREIL & MATH'S
IS THE BEST.
The Following Grocers
HAVE IT FOR SALE:
A M. Blomquist, Mrs. F. Ehleb,
O. J. Sala, Hess Bro.,
W. J. Qainlan, Mr. Mitch,
Wm Kinck. W. B. Pettil,
J M. 8chaab, W. C. M sucker,
ChasLong, R. Knschmann,
6. E. Bailey & Co.,Cbas Oswald,
Geo. Loihringer, C. W. Horton,
L. Weckel, C. Schneider,
Lange & Heitman, Hanspen & Sons.,
H. Wheelan, Wm. Ehleb.
J T. Shie ds. Root. Kneth,
Geo. McDonald. J. Raitbel.
Apple Bros., Sears, F.G.YVhite.MIlan.
Look for the red label on every
loaf. None genuine without it.
Our bread ia fast being recog
nized and called for by every
body. It is made from the best
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.
Krtll & Math's
BAXEB- AHD COOTICHOUXSS
'Pbonaius. . Ro. rae-ms aeeoad Ave.
Eat your dainty, rostly viands.
But give to nie int-fa-ad.
One solitary slice of
Knll & Math's pore bread.
Q T A A
w liflTIinff in
BALANCE OF OUR SPRING STOCK AT REDUCED PRICES.
An exceptionally fin. stock of Fail and Winter Wearing apparel. Decidedly the largest and best we bar. ever shown. The new
tariff bU will not effect pr.ee. here. WE ABE THE PEOPLE who were npoo the scene of action, and placed onr fall order, pre
vion. to the advance in prices. This, together with the facilities buying for the two largest stores and the caab. gives as greater
.uv.uL.gc. . eyer over
g We Shall be
O " i'l' Te in lhe
4 znd. Baying for two
.k"?" Dclded,J the UrKe9t Md mo,t qiite itocks of thoroughly meritorious and high grad
in the two banner stores this falL
Previous to the arrival of these mammoth stocks w are determined to dispose of the spriag and
It will eertainly pay
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 $2S0 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
dolhr or so, and you can fit your eye
and foot both "cheap."
Will oocnr soon, showing the
largest and nicest line ever
brought into this vicinity, com
prising the latest novelties that
the eastern markets can prodnoe.
In the meantime we wish to
make more room, and in order
to do so there will occur for the
next ten days
SUMMER - FOOTWEAR
It will pay yon to call if in ned
of footwrar of any description.
Oar great leader in men1 wear
the coming season will be onr
13. 12 60, $3 and W 50 lines, and
in onr ladies' the same prices
YOU WAIT FOB
THIS SEASON AND BE PLEASED
au competition. After four weeks of
ia Position this
m,rket Crl7, p,m0ed " orderB Mon tha VW! bill became a law. and
big stores, with ample cash, enables ns to bnv in nn.ntitf.. ..J Hit.
you to investigate. We are offering
DO YOU WANT BARGAINS? I
IF SO CALL AT THB
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 ana
oxfords. Also high shoes in lace and button.
We haven't the space to mention Uofthe.
great bargains we have for you, but Invite y-u
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.
GEO. F SCmXAIX
1601 Fourth Avenne.
A Perfectly Appointed
iui uui ran
hard work in the eastern markets
Fall to Crow Over All Others.
GREATER THAN EVER
inducement, that ap peal to tha pars
1729 Second Ave:. 116-120 Eighieenth St;,
AVE. H STORE.
Bath room is no lnger a lux
ury. Th m. d ru tyle f
plumbing i within the reach
of everyone. W- can attend
to your wants In this direc
tion Gxd plumbing mears
good hralth. Call rn us when
in want of Hose, Sprinklers,
Puv ps, ere.
before the advance in prires.
merchandise will be displayed
s.mmar goods on hsnd. This
of the txoaomicsL