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THE ATOTTR. TUESDAY. AT7GTJRT 17, 1897.
. W W. Stay . (
Probably continued fair tonight
and Wetnesoay; slightly warmer
Tna Utiipprahire hu renera'Iy
cbAicd but littir, though a rise
im occurred in ine Missouri Taney.
Toe luwest morning temperature is t
48 at Dm Moines. Iowa, and Lander.
Today's temperature, 68.
O. E. ntnrr, Observer.
Hynes vulcanizes Urea.
II; nes repair bicycles.
Linen week at McCabe's.
Horton has plenty of fruit jars.
Lee's Little Gem is the best broom.
Cralle Co., stylish livery tarn
tats J. S. Gllmore went to Chicago last
Choice Rio coffee 12 J cent a poood
Mrs. R. ( Young ha returned
from the west.
Herman Dtjeos left this morning
for Merrill. Wis.
Shirt waists and wrapper very
Cheap at Young & McCumbs.
Toa will do well to attend the
Gustus school of business at Moline.
Three-pound can of baked beans in
tomato auce, 10 cents, at Horion's.
Mrs. Jamea R-nfro, of Chicago, is
is visiting her mother, Mrs. Woline.
Ferdinand Schnell has gone to
Chicago where he will reside in the
Hurbert Anderson returned home
to l'aotie today, after a vieit with
The Unitarians of Davenport will
build a uaudaome and commodious
Toe occasion warrants all the
trong taik about McCabe Bros', linen
sale, uu and see
Miss Linda Price, of Chicago, is
visiting her friends, the Misses Davis
on Twentieth Btreet.
The old rate of dutv still holds in
MoCabe Bros', linen department.
Read their ad carefully.
Another car of fruit jars just re
celved at Young & McCombs'.
For rubber tired traps arm buggies
order of Ci alls & Co. Carriages with
eareful drivers at moderate rates.
Money to loan on real estate se
curity, terms reasonable, and do de
ity. Apply to George F. Koth
Jackson Hurst's ofiice.
The Dubuque Telegraph says the
Woodmen prefer to have their head
office in a city o 23 000 people rather
than in a village of 2 300.
Mr. W. T. Maeill has returned
from Watsonville. Cat., where she
ts been visitinir the oast six weeks
gth her daughter, Mrs George Par
(The Fulton people are holding the
Voodmen offices just as the mine
jwners are keeping their men out of
their dues with injunctions and bay
The cream from four (yea, four) of
the largest linen importer in Amer
ica are beine displayed this week at
McCabe Bros'. Not one cent of ad
There will be a lawn social at the
residence of Mrs. George Green, 108
Fourteenth street, tomorrow even
ing for the benefit of Adah chapter,
Order of F.astern Star.
One buyer send another, and thus
the whirl of the endless bargain
chain is kept gome. Hear it bam
this week as it whixzes through Mo.
Cabe Br a.' linen stock.
The Rock Island's passenger depo
has kern furnished with new birch-
wood seats fbey are neat and com
fortable and add greatly to the ap
pearance of the waiting rooms.
Everybody is in 'ted to attn1 the
fourth annual celebration of Mer
chants' day at Si'huetzen park Dav
en port, tomorrow, beginning at S
p m. Admission, couple, 24 cent-;
10 cents for extra lady.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Osgood, of
Chicngo, who have been visiting
relatives here, left this morning, ac
oompanied by Mrs. F. H Plummer
and son Howard, for Buda. 111.,
where they will make a short stay
Capt.. Leo Schumacher has been
transferred to the Rock Island via'
duct, as guard, and Frank Kessler.
for years Davenport's chief of police.
has been Installed at the sentry box
at this end of tbe Mg bridge in bis
tead. Davenport Democrat.
The talented Garvin family, of
Minneapolis, will give three of their
delightful entertainments at the U
P. chuich. Fourteenth street and
Highest Honors World's Fair.
Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
Third avenue, Aug. 23, 24 and 25. A
mingling of music and elocution
that is alike interesting and instructive.
Editor Adam Lieberknecht, United
States consul to Zurich. Switzerland,
was in the city last night. ' Whether
he did anvtbing or not with refer
ence to his deputy is not known.
Rumor had it last niht that J. K.
Scott bad been named, bat this
lacked reliable verification.
The Winona and barge brought
down an excursion of 700 people
from Sterling and Morrison today.
The affair was under the auspice of
the Mystio Workers of Morrison.
The crowd divided between Rock Isl
and and Davenport, some going to
the Watch Tower, Rock Island ar
Mrs. John Rinck is in .receipt of a
telegram announcing the death at
Chicago last night of Mrs. David
8pencer, (nee Addie Thompson) for
merly of Rock Island. Her death
was caused from quick consumption.
Mrs. Mpencer was only 19 years of
sge, having been married when 15.
and with her bereaved husband
leave one daughter.
The remains of J. B. Saxbv, who
was shot and killed in a box car near
Cedar Rapids, passed through the
city today enroute to Ldtcbneld. in
"exry, so tne story goes, was travel
ing west with two companions. They
were b imming ihetr wsj. They had
a little money, and in an attempt to
roD tnem by two men while tney
were asleep, Sax by was killed.
Two men who bad been scuffling
at Englin's saloon on Fourth avenue
were tasen to police headquarters
last night by Capt. Kckard and Offi
cer Archer. Both of their faces were
decorated with amber, while each
carried a good sized load of booze.
They were given a little advice, and
on a promise that they would be
good were released and told to mosey
The fourth annnnl celebration of
the Davenport Merchants' ansocia
tion will be held at Schuetzen park
t -morrow. The address of the dav
is to be delivered by George W.
Scott. Arrangements have been
made for a general good time. A
ball team from Rock Island will par
ticipate in the sports of the dav.
The merchants of Rock Island, who
attend, will be met at the ferry at 1
o'clock and escorted to the park.
The Davenport ball club succeeded
in defeating the Gilchrist nine Sun.
day by a scere of 8 to 2. It is stated
that the former pitcher of the Gil
Christ n'ne bad signed with the
Western league, and as a result the
colliers were shy his effective work.
i he uavenports only made two er
rors in the entire game, while the
Gilchrist people made five. Sage
and Kooney were the battery for the
local team and Burns and Mccul
loch for the Gilchrist team.
Mrs. Uhrda Ells, who is aid on
the staff of the national president of
the woman's veteran Keuef Union,
and also delegate from the Woman's
Veteran Relief union of Shiloh Com
mand No 2, of this city. left this
morning for Springfield, Ohio, to at
tend thff national encampment of the
union veterans' union, and woman's
Veteran Relief Union, which convenes
in that city Aug. 18-21. hhe will
fully represent the order in this city
and will cast her vote for Rock Isl
and as the place for holding the
next national encampment.
A vounK coman about to be presented at
court receiTes the fullest instructions as to
her behavior. She is told how to dress; how
to manage her train; how to courtesy cor
rectly. Every incident is carefully rehearsed
so that she may commit no blunder in the
presence of royalty. If all this trouble is
worthwhile for the satisfaction of one brief
moment, how infinitely more important it is
that a youna; frirl about to enter into the
sacred precincts of womanhood, should be
properly instructed in all that concerns a
life-time of possible happiness, or possible
Ever mother ought to see to it that her
daughters are healthy and strong in a wo
manly way. She ought to make them aware
that any neglect or irregularity of the spe
cial functions ot womaunooa may result iu
life-long weakness and disease.
Any mother or daughter may write con
cerning these delicate ailments, with the
utmost confluence to ut. k. v. fierce, coiei
consulting physician to the Invalids' Hotel
and Surgical Institute, of Buffalo, N. Y.
Her letter will be answered free of charge
with suggestions for self-treatment at home.
by which these complaints may DC overcome
without need of mortifying examinations.
Dr. Pierce has had over thirty years' ex
perience in the treatment of women's dis
eases, and is an eminent specialist in this
l C.IJ r II in ' 1 T7n nnri
particular nciu ui pmciiv. -a.v..M.
Prescription " cures completely and perma
nently the most obstinate cases of feminine
weakness and disease. It heals all inflamed
conditions, strengthens and tones the nerve-
centres ana tne enure womaniy organism.
For prospective mothers ana nursing
mothers, the " Favorite Prescription " is a
perfect strengtn susiaincr.
Ti a 1 T J
In our line. We en
deavor to put before
the public the best to
be had in good eating.
Our Prices are Right
Our Goods are Fresh. 1
Order early and you
will get the best selec
tion. Sweet potatoes,
watei melons on ice,
and dressed spring
Ill ESS BROS.
1620 Second Avenue.
rhone 1031. 1
ONCE MORE THE ECONOMY I
Constable Eckhart this afternoon
served ax injunction secured by Sol
omon r Carmicbael from Judge W.
H. Gest against sheriff Hemenway
restraining him from disposing of
the goods attached from tbe Eoon
omy. This raises a new complies
tion in the many sided history of
the Economy store. C. E. E veretts
is the defendant.
Ami when it shows
figns of irregularity
take it to
Tlmf, Nvrvoiu, Slwp w
Men and women how gratefully
tney write about Hood's Sarsaparlili
Ouce helpless and discouraged, hav
ing lost an latin tn medicines, now
in good health and ''able to do my
own work," because Hood's Sarsapa-
parilla has power to enrich and pur
ify the blood and make the weak
strong mis is the experience of a
host of people.
Hood's Pills are the best family
cathartic ana liver medicine. Gentle,
A Para Qrase Cream ef Tartar Pewser.
BbanaaaUsaa 'ard In Threa Day.
Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon. Iud.
says: "My wile bad inflammatory
rheumatism in every muscle and
Joint, her suffering was terrible, and
ter body and face were swollen al
most beyond recognition; had been I
in bed for six weeks and had eight
phvsicians but received no benefit
until she tried the Mystio Cure for
rheumatism. It gave immediate re
lief and she was able to waik about
in three days. I am sure it saved
her life." Sold by Otto Grotian,
1501 Second avenue, druggist, Kock
Island; Gust Schlegel A Son, 220 West
Second street. Davenport.
Why continue to pans your nights
I In scratching, and your dava in
mireryP Doaa's Ointment brings in
stant relief, and permanently cures
even the worst casts of itching piles.
it never iaiis. for sale oy Marshall
Casoarets stimulate liver, kidneys
and bowels Never sicken, weaken
or rrtTi; 10 namta
Wolbnan, the Jeweler.
A w-ll selected s ock
of Jcwrhy always on
nana at "live and let
live' prices. High
In repairing at reason
180ft Second Ave
F yon want the best Bicy
cle on the market 70a
should ride the CRESCENT.
894 over 50.000
1895 over 57000
1896 over 70,000 were
Buy a Bicycle with a His
tory and Beputation back
of it. Call and examine the
best line ot 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 $2 JO and $? Ladies' Shoes t
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 otherBread
KRELL & MATH'S
PERFECT, HOME MADE
IS THE BEST.
The Following Grocers
HAVE IT FOR SALE:
W. J. Quinlan.
J. M. Schaab.
Mrs. F. Ehleb,
W. B. Pettit,
W. C. M sucker,
G. E. Bailey & Co..Chas. Oswald.
Geo. Lothringer, C. W. Horton,
L. Weckel, C. Schneider,
Lange & Heitman, Hansgen & Sons.,
a. wneeian, Wm. Ehleb.
J. T. Shields, Robt. Rueth,
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 ia fast being recog
nized and called for by every
body. It is made from the bust
flour and by the latest process
known to the baker's art It is
.of fine f rain, rich in flavor and
chuck full of nutriment.
Krell & Math's
DO YOD WANT BARGAINS? 1
No. iro-ms xeeona Ave.
Eat your dainty, rostly viands,
But glvn to me instead,
One solitary slice of
Krtll Math's puie bread.
Will occur soon, showing the
largest and nicest line ever
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 ocour for the
next ten days a
SUMMER - FOOTWEAR
It will paj yon to call if in need
of footwear of any description.
Our great leaders in men's wear
the coming season will be onr
12. $2 60, IS and 13 60 lines, and
in our ladies' the same prices
YOD WAIT FOB
THIS SEASON AND BE PLEASED
IF SO CALL AT THE
Fourth Av. Shoe Store
We have arranged a bargain count r In our
store, and thereon have placed a lot of bargains
In children's, misses' and ladles' sl'pprs anl
oxfords. Also high shops In lace and button.
We haven't the space to mention U ot the
great bargains we have fo you, but Invite yu
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 AYE. SHOE STORE.
GEO. F SCHMALE.
1501 Fourth Avenue.
A Perfectly Appointed
Bath room i no ngcr a lux
ury. The modern t-tyle of
plumbing i within the reach
of everyone. We can attend
to your wants In this direc
tion. Good plumbing meats
good health. Call n us when
in want of Hose, Sprinklers,
DA VIS CO.
loi n Fall
BALANCE OF OUR SPRING STOCK AT REDUCED PRICES.
An exceptionally fine stock of Fall and Winter Wearing apparel. Decidedly the largest and best we have ever shown. The new
tariff bill will not effect prices here. WE ARE THE PEOPLE who were npon the scene of action, and placed oar fall orders pre
vious to the advance in prices. This, together with the facilities buying for the two largest stores and the cash, gives s greater
advantages than eyer over all competition. After four weeks of hard work in the eastern markets
Tbb A Rous delivered evert even
1717 Second Avenue.
g We Shall be in Position this Fall to Crow Over All Others.
ZZ 1st. We were in the market early, placed onr orders before tbe Dingley bill became a law. and before the advance ia pri-es.
Z Snd. Buying for two big stores, with ample cash, enables as to buy in quantities and dictate prices.
3rd. Decidedly the largest and most exquisite stocks of thoroughly meritorious and high grade merchandise will be displsyed
In the two banner stores this falL
Previous to the arrival of these mammoth stocks we are determined to dispose of tbe spring and sammer goods on hand. This
g BARGAINS BIGGER AND GREATER THAN EVER g
It will certainly pay you to investigate We are offering inducements that appeal to the purse of the economical.
115-117 West Second Street.
1729 Second Ave, 116-120 Eighteenth St.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
ing at yoor door at 10a week.