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0 THE ABQTJB, TUESDAY. AUGUST 31. 1897.
Waatfear W. May H.ra.
Conditions are farorabla for local $
"""- muipi ana n caiiefeuay :
liRhtly warmer toniht.
Tiie barometer Is highest this morn
ing In tha lower laze region and the
Uijr Oalo valley. Thewmueratare
has rlen In nearly all SHtions.
louay s temperature, 84,
1 G. E. IXusT, observer,
Wild plains at Horton's.
Freih effgs at Maucker's.
Fresh oysters at Horton'a.
llrnes cells sporting (roods.
Pickling pears at Horton's.
Extra good butter at Maucker's.
Lee's Little Gem is the best broom.
Satisfaction Improved Dolly cigar
Cralle & Co., stylish livery turn
outs. Cotton batting 4 cents at Young &
There are ether hats, bat only one
Knox. M. & K.
John C'.Bncy. of Clinton, is visiting
the Messrs. Dolly.
Ail wool dress goods 25 cents at
Young & McCombs'.
Seo the tew (all style Danlap hats
at Stewart's, the hatter.
$7.75 to Louisville and return via
the It. I. dt r. Sept. 8 or 14.
Dunlup list opening tomorrow,
Sept. 1. Stewart, the hatter.
The very best hat made la the Dan
lap. See it at Stewart's, the hatter.
10-quart granite seamless pails
only 9 cents at Young ft McCombs'.
You aro strictly in it. That if
when you wear a Knox hat. M. & K.
We invite your inspection on falj
hats. Stock is now complete. Stew
art, the hatter.
$7.75 to Akron. Ohio, and return
via the K. 1. & P. Sept. 8.
A good substantial dinner will be
served (or 25 cents on ion hill, Au
gUNtaoa college, Labor day.
You can't afford to miss it. The
chesp Ohio and Indiana excursion
via It. I. & P.. Sept. 8 and 14.
Miss Lynda Unstein, of Philadel
phia, is visiting at the home of
Meyer Levion Second avenuo.
Miss Margaret Stark has returned
to her home in Chicago, after a 3
weeks' visit with her parents.
Hot lunch every morning and Sat
urday night at thu Old Stand, Fif
teenth street and Second avenue.
Mrs. Hirry Straasburger and
daughter, lK-lcno. of Oskalonoa, are
visitiug Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Kice.
For rubber tlrod trap3 end buggies
order of Crallo & Co. Carriages with
areful drivers at moderate rates.
It's the swellest hat there is.
Everyone who has seen it says so.
We mean the new Knox. M. & K.
A 30-i!hj limit on tickets tj Ohio
and Indiana point" at $7.'. 5 for
ronnd trip. Sept. 8 or 14, via B. I.
K. W. Lewis, manager of the Lewis
Roofing company, of this city, Is
laid up at Chicago, a sufferer from
Hear the labor and capital question
discussed by Wilcox, Allen and
Blancke at ion hill, Augustana col
lege. Labor day.
Money to loan on real estate se
curity, terms reasonable, and no de
lay. Apply to (ieorge F. Both at
Jackson ft Hurst's office.
George Pratt, of Dalutb, Is recov
ering nicely from the effects of an
operation to which he submitted in
this city a few days ago.
$7.75 to Detroit, Mich., and return
via the R. I. & P. Sept. 8.
Mises Clella Parks and Margaret
Holden, of Dubuque, and Miss Ellen
Harris, of Kansas City, are guests of
Mr. and Mrs. U. A. Donaldson.
The hose wagon of the Central fire
company bas been turned out of
Alters' shop with a new coat of dark
green paint. It is very pretty.
The confirmation class of Grace
Lutheran church will be organized
at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon in
the lecture room of the church.
The Kock Island district camp
meeting concluded last night at
Tind all's rrove with another large
attendance at the closing service.
Go to W. C. Maucker's cash gro
cery for good butter and fresh eggs.
He is supplied by dozens of the best
butter makers in Kock Island county.
A 2-weeks' mission beginning Sept.
26 is to be conducted at St. Joseph's
church by Kevs. Fathers O'Shea and
Kierman, of the Bedemptoirs order.
$7 75 to Cincinnati and return via
the K. I ft P. Sept. 8 or 14.
Hoosler, buckeye here's an op
portunity to visit your old home at
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Oold Medal. Midwinter Fair.
A Pore Qrapc Cream of Tartar Pewder.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD
a ridiculously low rate, t?.75; 30 day
Andrew W. Little, of Franklin.
Pa , nephew of E. H. Bowman, of
this city, and Dr. A. W. Bowman, of
Davenport, is visiting in the three
Charles Miller, of this citv. mil Mr
Johnson, of Geneseo, today bought
out tue iepot Annex ssioon on see-
unu avenue, 01 wnicn jacoo bonaum
- Miss Emma Gosch is recovering
nicelv at St. Anthonv'a hnanltal frnm
the effect of an operation performed
uj ur. c. m. aaia a wees: agotn the
ivuiutu ui a tumor.
Mrs. Martha Will!. an4
desire to exoress their dn mil in.
cere gratitude to all who in sympa-
tar ana xinaneis psta thnm ii inr
ing their recent sorrow.
$7.75 to Wheeling. W Vi.. and ro.
kum via mo n. i. k r. sepi. o.
E. M. Wilcox has received frnm
Gen. H. L. Strent tha
in-chief of the Union Veterans' tlnlnn.
bis appointment as inspector gener
i . . i. . , . . .
. vi me uiuuun command 01 me
The shop painters at Bock Island
arrenal have been transferred to
vard work under W. A. P. Tntton.
This will only last a month, when
they will be returned to their reg
Hon. William .Turk Ann lnffc laat
evening for Pontiao, where the re
formatory commission, nf whlnh ha
a a uieuiuec, mueiB loaay 10 award
important contracts lor improve
ments at the institution.
(7.75 to Columbus and return via
the B. I. ft P. Sept. 8 or 14.
There will be a lawn sociable at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. P,
v eyernauaer. auoz Tenth avenue.
Thursday evening, Sept. 2. for the
benefit of South Park chapel. Sup.
per from 5 to 7:30; 25 cents.
Bock Island friends have received
the announcement of the arrival of
a new daughter at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Mohl, at Allegheny. Pa-
Mrs. Mohl formerly being Margaret
uicBiisu, ui auvi ibibuu arsenal,
i : V. ff O 1 T ! I .
J. N. F. Musfeldt, for a number
of years bartender at the Casino, has
taken the stand at the corner of
Twenty-fourth street and Fifth ave
nue, so long run by P. H. Kelly,
wno nas reurea irom the business
County Clerk F. fi. Wnltnn nf
neury uounty, wno recently su omit
ted to a anrtrirftl nnprstinn V rtr CI
G. Craig at St. Anthony's hospital.
ion lur ui9 uuuie at v;amoriae tnis
... . . . B
nuornoou, accompanied Dy Mrs.
Welton. having fully recovered.
The homestead on the farm of Cor
oner L. V. Eckhart in Edgington
township and occupied by John Nel
son was destroyed by fire last night.
The loss is $1,000. on which there is
insurance of $600 in the North Amer
ican company and Hurst & Donald
Sam Jones has been converted,
and like his namesake, he proposes
henceforth to turn is mind to
thoughts religious at least that is
his determination. Sam has become
a Salvationist, and has announced
his intention of speaking at the Mar
ket Square open meeting tonight.
Mrs. Emma Dininger, Mrs. Lyle
Durley and Messrs. Samuel and John
Clemens, Mahler, William Patterson,
J. B. Albert, Keichwine, Boussean,
C. Sutcliffe. Henry Gardner and Wil
liam Lucas returned to their homes
at Hennepin yesterday, having been
here to attend the funeral of William
Observer Hunt, of the weather bu
reau, has compiled data concerning
the month of September for a period
of 26 years, the mean normal tem
perature being 65; the warmest
month being that of 1881. with an
average of 81. and the coldest that
of 1883, with an average of CO. The
highest registration was 96 on the
7th. 1893. and the lowest 33 on the
27th, 1889. The average number of
clear days during the period was 11;
partly cloudy 12; cloudy days 7.
In buying medicine as in other
matters. It is economy to get Hood's
Sarsaparilla because there is more
medicinal value in Hood's Sarsa
parilla than in any other. Every
bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla contains
100 doses and will average, taken ac
cording tO directions. tn last: a
month, while others last but a fort
Hood's Pills are the only pills to
take with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Easy
and yet efficient.
Bhaka lata Y.nr flhoaa
Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder (or the
feet. It cures painful, swollen,
smarting feet and instantly takes the
sting out of the corps and bunions.
It's the greatest comfort discovery of
the age. Allen's Foot-Ease makes
tight-fitting or new shoes feel easy.
It is a certain cure for sweating, cal
lous and hot, tired, aching feet. Try
it today. Sold by all druggists and
shoe stores. By mail for 25 cents ia
stamps. Trial package free. Ad
dress, Allen S. Olmsted. LeBoy, N.Y.
Travelers are frequently troubled
with dysebtery, diarrhoea or other
bowel complaints brought on by
change of water and diet. One dose
of Dr. Fowler's Ext. of Wild Straw
berry will bring relief. For sale by
Mart hall ft Fisher. '
You ought to know that when suf
fering from any kidney trouble that
a safe, sure remedy is Foley's Kidney
Cure. Guaranteed or money refunded.
8old by M. F. B&hnsen andT.H.
Just try a 10 cent box of Casrareta,
the nnest liver and bewel regulator
. , ing to the
K away with his
1 1 I '
II 1 Iav r rmm
v ,tnan a tnon-
day love their
a story of truer
than the "humble
by the following
letter from Mr.
Harry Chant, of 211 Haskell Avenue,
" About fourteen or fifteen trnntti. mm
a .wnwuiii! win, Kani?oi men aaa nappenea
to say to one of them. ' I hope it will not rain as
I have a big washing to do for the children.'
The man said, What is the matter with your
' For years my wife had been suffering from
what the doctors called prolapsus of uterus. She
was nervous, naa com nanas and teet, palpita
tion, headache, backache, constitution, a riiss.
Ureeable drain, with bearing down pains; noap-
r Lllt-- k su wchk snecouia not get around,
am onlv a laborer so was ilwavs in deb, with
the doctors, and all for no good, as none did her
any (rood. We begaa to think that she was never
1 told this man what the doctors said was the
matter with her." and he said ""did vou ever hear
of Dr. Pierce s Fax'orite Prcscription I told
hira no. but I had tried aomanv patent medicines
that I was tired of them all, and besides I did not
have enough money to pav the doctor and the
drug store. He said if i would get two or
three bottles and try them, and if it did not do
Wi v wifi anu arral ,l,a 1,a A,.tl . 1 1
kuidK 10 leer well.
"V - r- ,v av iui iiit 1 1 icvj-
icine. I went to the drug store (Mr. Clawber's
on Elm Street), and bought a bottle. The first
and second did not seem to have much effect but
the third seemed to work like a charm. She has
taken in all about thirteen bottles and she is to
day as stout and healthy as any woman in the
United States. This is not the only case. When
ever I hear tell of any woman who is sick in the
neighborhood I just send the book and paper that
is wrapped around every bottle and that does the
business. I am no longer bothered about doing
my own washing and cooking, for my wife can
do it all in one day and never seems tired or out
vi spirits now.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pr V. ; core const
pation, promptly and p:r::;:.::ntly.
You often hear one say I
don't know what to get (or
dinner, will you suggest.
Of course we can, read be
low and you will be de
lighted with the result:
Plums. Soup Bunches.
(J rapes, California Pears,
Watermelons on ioe,
Jersey Sweet Potatoes,
Dressed Spring Chickens.
And when it shows
signs of irregularity
take It to
Woltman, tie Jeweler.
A well selected stock
of Jewelry always on
hana at "live and let
live" prices. High
In repairing at reason
180S Second At
BISS BROS. I
J 1620 Second Avenue.
ej Phone 1031. L
17x7 Second Avenue.
F you want tha best Bicy
cle on tha market yon
should rida tha CRESCENT.
1894 over 50,000 were sold
1895 over 57.000 were sold.
1896 over 70,000 were sold.
Buy a Bicyole with a His
tory and Reputation back
of it. Call and axamina tha
best line ef Bicycles in tha
1815-1617 SECOND AVENUE
A GLASS OF
"I-n't in it" with a draught of
KKELL 4 MATU'S delicious
with pure, natural fruit syrups
and crushed fruits. Our
Ice Cream Soda
Is a downright luxury, and one that
is nourishing and toning to weak
digestion and flagging appetites,
We have the only thirst quenchers.
Our Orange, Lemon and Wi d
Cherry Phosphates cannot be
equaled and are surely repeaters.
KRELL & MATH.
Ho. 1716-1718 Second Are.
Don't forget us when you want
O 1729 Second Ave.,
1 16-120 Eighteenth
OSt, Rock Island.
3 Two Biggest
U SlOreS . . snsVsssna SsV -r
j . nv an amw a asnwiK at ansaaw
New ideas in dressy footwear arriving con
stantlyboth ladies' and gents'.
SPECIAL-Our $3.00 line of ladies' shoes,
new styles, and all widths.
In need of fine up-to-date
call and examine
Comprising eight dif
ferent styles of shoes,
consisting of enamels,
patent leathers, winter
tans and box calf
skins in all widths
from A's up.
Five or Six dollars
for shoes when for
$3-50 you get a shoe
just as stylish, service
able and good fitting.
Every pair warranted
to give satisfaction.
AND BE PLEASED.
We are now showing the new
It is conceded as the finest, best and swellest hat on earth. The Knox Fedora
hat has a special feature that no other hat has. It's one of Knox's celebrated
styles that gives this make the popularity it so well deserves. CaU and see
the new styles in stiff and soft hats.
All Solid, Big Variety, Guaranteed.
DO YOU WAIST BARGAINS? I
IF SO CALL AT THE
Fourth Av. Shoe Store
We have arranged a bargain counter la our 4?
store, and thereon have placed a lot of bargains
In children's, misses' and ladles' slippers and X
oxfords. Also high shoes In lace and button. X
We haven't the space to mention all of the 3
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 SCH2XAXE.
1501 Fourth Avenua.
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS
AD kinds ef earaaaiar
OFFICE AND 8HOP
That's Our Wall Paper
So pretty the children fight for
ft. tha ladies sigh for it and
everyone wants it. Whenever
you see wall paper of eitra choice
design or finish, astra richness,
yon may depend that it earn
from the big atora of tha
ktizi XliW ?t;: Co.
810. SIS. S14 TwenUeth St.
711 TWFJJTH STREET.
UM 17 West