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THE AESTO. SIOSDA-S, ATJGTTST 7. 1899.
The summer girl
And there is nothing like
KRELL & MATH'S deli
cious SODA WATER Jot the
BICYCLIST OK SHOPPER as
a THIRST KILLER- It not
only kills thirst, bat
"Kills that tired feeling"
after a long spin on a wheel,
or a da j s tiresome shoping.
For all sexes and ages, our
cold sparkling soda water,
flavored with pure fruit juices
Oar Ice Cream Soda Is the
We claim to serve the best
and largest amount of ice
cream in our sodas than any
other dispenser in the city.
KRELL 5 MATH,
Tbone 1156. 1716-1718 Second Ave.
Who didn't know whether
he could play the violin or
not, because he had never
tried? That man was de
lightful. He kept his soul
alive. He was not a man
who would tell you he didn't
care for a good cigar when
he had never tried one. One
single trial will convince
you that in no other store
in the city is kept so large
an assortment of the fra
grant llavanas as at the
Look for the big gold sign
over the door.
THOSE PRETTY. LITTLE
Are JUST THE THINd.
We makegthem giving you
twelve different positions In
the doeen. Better ones with
eight, six. four, three and two
different positions In the do
en. All rcffularlly mounted
In the latest flnlah, at
C. E. SMITH,
Opposite Harper Bouse, Second Ave.
of Northwestern University,
Chicago, EraMtoo, IU.
ITof. r C. LL'TKIN, Mule 1111. EtiiiIoi,
m ainn, William Indian Pita
Pi 1 H I LNoiotmentwi. "vre liiind
I llll D lBlteaioR- uv Itchina
vji I I fcs Piles. Itabaor'jathetumors.
U allays the itcnius at omr. acta
Mai at a poultice. friea instant re
lief. rr. Williams' Inrltan PWeO'Int-m.-n
i i. wiuwmI for Piltaiianti 1 idl
ing of the private parts- Every boa U
warranie.1. MT aruffinsui, ry msu ou
!pt of prirc. Ml renin and !.. Will
4UaUf ACTURiSS C3.. stop. Cleveland. OSi
old bv M r. Banhaea ruggtaa
Cb-tnv tajbd browttfic tit bale.
lroaajM m In awn ant t rvmih. I
Kwr FaU la to SMtor Ortry I
iir to its Tout brut iomr.
rutTTtw) ovrdnifTa.nd hair tftU
rv- t fi en t rurlwta.
shoo Id be used bv everv
woman, man and child de
siring a rich, soft, lustrocs
appearance of the hair. It
I urnishes lust the rieht
Tgcirrmlation to the hair
bulbs ani encourages the
f; natural now ot nair molbt-
uri-. j l prevents aanarua
ana premature ErT hairs.
r It rs the mot-t refreshing.
acnolinz and invitroratiuor
c dressing that can be ob
If your dealer cannot sup
ply you, write to us and we
will see to it that you are
Seven Sutherland Sisters
lDesbroBscs Street. Sew York City.
T. H. THOMAS,
Corner Seoond Avenue and Seventeenth St
Two Swell Things
One is one of our
shoes and the other
is it's mate. A pair
of these pairs repre
sent the aristocracy
Are perfectly nat
ural1, perfect fitting-,
durably made, st lish,
good enough for any
ccmpany on the road
or in the parlor.
Come and see be
fore you buy any
others. A big reduc- -tion
in all departments.
307 Twentieth street.
Opened Wednesday and Saturday
Notice of Publication Chancer
State of Illinois. i
Bosk Island County. f
In the Circuit Court, September term. A. D.
Edward It. Kre's vs J. Brooks Dark Wm
D. Stevens. Gertrude Steven. Samuel C.
UanniL snd (ieurKo A. Uariiui;. in cbaneerv.
Amuavitoi noa-resi Jeaca or tneucierjaants.
W m 0. Stevens. Gertrude Stevens and Sam'
uel C Hanna. Impleaded with in above de
fendants, J. ltrk- Uivis and Geo. A. Durlliix,
having be'n tiled in tbe clerk's ofllce of toe
circuit court of sad county, notice Is therefore
nereny Kl'fn to tne said non-resident dereuu
ants ibat the complainant tiled his bill of com
plaint in said court, on the chancery side
tnereoi, on tne sin aay oi August.
and that thereupon a summons issued out
or slid court, wherein said suit is now Dendlnir,
returnable on tha third Monday in t be month of
September next, as is by law required.
Now. unless you. the s .id non-re idnntdefend-
ant s above named, shall personally be and ap
pear be fore said circuit cout t. on tbe first day of
tne next term tnereoi. to be nomeu at kock isl
and in and for the said county, on the IHih dayof
September next, and plead, answer or demur to
the said complainant's bill of comnlaint. the
same ana the matters and things therein
chanced and stated will betaken as confessed.
and a decree entered against you accoiding
w tne prayer ot saia duj.
Gtouai W. gambi.k. Clerk.
Rook Island. Illinois. August 4th. ixai.
E. H. Guvrk, Complainant Solicit Jr.
Publication Notice Chancery.
State of Illinois. t
County of Kock Island.
In the circuit court, September terra, A. D.
Ktlward R Krels v. Wm. K Stevens. Wm.
I. Stevens. Gertrude Stevens. Samuel C.
Hanna acd Geo A. larlln. In chancery.
Afrldnvlt of tne non-residence of the de
fendants. Y m. U. Stevens. Gertrude Stevens.
Samuel C. Hanna. Implead -d with the above
defendants. t;ex A. Darling and Wm. H Stev
ens, navine rx-en Bled in the clerk a ofllce
of the circuit court of said county, no
tice is hereby Riven to the said non-resident
defendants that the complainant has bled fats
bl:l of complaint in said court, on the chan
cery Mie thrreor. on the fifth dav of Auirust.
ImV, and that thereupon a summons issued
out of said court, wherein said suit is now
pending, returnable on the third Monday i,n tbe
mnth of September next, as Is by law re
quired. Now. therefore, unless you. the sa'd non-
resiaent aerenamts abive named. Wm U.
Stevens. Gertrude Stevens and Samuel C.
Hanna. shall personally be and appear be
fore said circuit court, on the lirst day of
the next term thereof, to be holden at liock
Island in and for the said county, on tbe eit'h-
iitbid uy oi .eptemocr next, ana pieau.
answer or demur to the said complainant s bill
of complaint, the same and the niulte's and
thinus therein charged and slated will be
taken as confesaed. and decree entered
atratnst you according to the prayer of said
(ibgi W. Gahuu, Qerk.
Rock Island. Illinois. Au; 4.
K il. Ci't tK, Complainant's Solicitor.
BUFFET LIBRARY GARS
Best Dining Car Smite.
OLD CRIME RECALLED
Clarissa J. Freeman Seeking In
formation About Her Husband,
F. D. Richardson.
MUEDEHED 15 EOCK ISLABD COITSTY
Letter Received From San Francisco by
Circuit Clerk Gambia States That He IV as
Killed la October, 1846, by Jebn Holmes,
Bnt Coroner's Paper Do Xot Beeord the
An old crime, supposedly commit
ted in Rock Island connty, is recalled
in a letter received by Circuit Clerk:
G. W. Gamble from Mrs. Clarissa J
Freeman, of 2109 Bush street, San
Mrs. Freeman states that her first
husband, Fradcis Duval Ricnardson
was murdered in this vicinity in Oc
tober, 1846, by one John Holmes, but
she has no written proof of his death
which is demanded now by the
authorities at Washington, to whom
she has applied for a pension for tbe
services in tbe rebellion of her last
husband, also now deceased.
Death Not Recorded.
Mr. Gamble has searched high and
low in his record, but has been una
ble to find any information that would
be of assistance to Mrs. Freeman. The
coroner's papers on file ii. the circnit
clerk's office do not record the death
of Ricbardson, although old residents
remember tno case in point, and say
that Richardson was killed while trav
eling; from Des Moines to Chicago. Ue
was held up on the shore of the Alis
sissippi river while waiting lor a lerry
boat, robbed of bis money and mar
PYTHIANS TAKE DAVENPORT,
Sir Knlfbts Assemble There for tbe lows
Pythians have taken possession of
Laenport. bir knights began to as
semble there yesterday for the session
of the Iowa grand lodge and the en
campment of the uniform rank. The
white city of tents has been estab
lished in tbe Davenport fair grounds,
in the wooded grove north and west
of lloral ball. Brig. Gen. J. C. Man
cheater is in command, and the en
campment site will be known as Camp
Ioper, in honor of Alaj. den. John C
Loper, who resigned his ollieo as
brigadier general of the K. of P. of
Iowa to go to tbe Philippines with
tbe 51st Iowa volunteers.
The uniform rank dates its organi
zation in Iowa to Oct. 15, lbtt.i, which
was the date of the original, or first
igade organization. The first brig
adier-general was Hyron A. Beeson, of
Twelve companies of the uniform
rank arrived yesterday . and are en
camped at the fair grounds. About
twentv more companies arrive today.
and the annual state encampment by
that time promises to be the largest
Divine services were held at tht
camp yesterday afternoon, Mai. 1 ,
II. Mclieth, of lliuboro, regimental
chaplain, preaching the sermon.
Later there was a sacred concert by
the Klgin bund. Dress parade of the
brigade was held at 7 p. m. Gen.
Manchester issued general orders for
nspection and review of the brigade
Tuesday evening, when Mai. Gen. J.
R. Carnahan, of Indianapolis, will in
spect the brigade.
The state grand lodge and state
temple of the llathbone Sisters as
semble Tuesday and will swell the
size of the gathering to several
The 1899 revision of the society
by-laws will be ready in book form at
an eariv date.
The Modern Woodman booth at the
Omaha exposition is attracting an un
usual amount of attention.
Anton Guinness, of Camp 318, Junc
tion City, Kas., died at Manzanillo,
Cuba, July 20, of yellow fever. He
was hospital steward in the regular
I be cvclone relief innd of the M.
W. A. amounts to f5,9S0.90. The
greater part will be sent to the unfor
tunates at New Richmond, Wis., and
Spain's Greatest Need.
R. P. Olivia, of Barcelona,
Spain, spends his-winters at Aiken. S.
vteaK nerves had caused severe
pains in tbe back of tbe bead. On
using Electric Bitters, America's
greatest Blood and Nerve Remedy, all
pain soon left him. lie says this
grand medicine is what his country
needs. All America knows that it
ures liver and kidney- trouble puri
fies tbe blood, tones up the stomach.
strengthens the nerves, puts vim, vigor
and new life into every muscle, nerve
and organ of the body, if weak, tired
or ailing you need it. Every bottle
guaranteed, only 50 cents. Sold by
Ilartz & UUemeyer. druggists.
As an honest remedy, Foley's Honey
nd Tar does not hold out false hopes
n advanced stages, but truthfully
I aims to give comfort and relief in
the very worst cases, and in tbe early
stages to effect a cure.
-"Immediate relief from summer
om plaint and bowel troubles. Mill's
Lightning Specific. Doctors prescribe
it. It's guaranteed. 25 cents at T.
H. Thomas'. "
1st IM t Haw k',tm Bsrt
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
-. Miss Leonide Denault spent Sunday
W. H. Marshall and S. J. Collins
are in Chicago.
Elmer M. Oberg left today for a
visit in Kewanee.
Willie Beal has returned from a 10
days' visit at Dixon.
Mr. and Mrs. Bvron Attwood went
to Hampton today.
Mrs. C. F. Gaetjer and children left
list night for Winona, Minn.
L. Simon has returned from his 3-
weeks' eastern'business trip.
Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Blakemore and
family are in Cambridge, III.
J. D. Zthrt and family returned
from Pine Lake Jast evening.
Mrs. E. H. Leins and sons, of
Chicago, are visiting in the city.
Mrs. C. C. Carter and son have re
turned from Colorado Springs, Col.
Harry Porter and Fred Pollard have
gone for a trip to Omaha and Denver
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Cool have return
ed from a visit to friends at Cordo va.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Mosenfelder have
gone for a visit at Mackinac Island,
Miss Margaret F. Maroney left to
day for a visit in Chicago and Blue
Tbe Misses Emma Haalk and Joste
Kruse have gone for a week's visit in
The Misses Florence and Mary
Mixter departed last, mgnt for fcyl van
II. L. Freeman, of Channte, Kas. ,
has been visiting bis mother, Mrs. L.
Eli Mosenfelder add family left
last night for Mackinac Island, Mich
for an outing.
George Ohlweiler and family have
returned from a pleasant visit to
Dead wood, S. D.
E. II. Guyer and family and Miss
Elsie Prentiss have gone for an outing
at Hayward, Wis.
Allie McNeal, formerly of Rock Isl
and, now residing in Chicago," is call
ing on old friends.
Utiward it. James, a newspaper
man of Oskaloosa, Iowa, was a Kock
Island visitor today.
I. J. Hoar, who has been confined
with typhoid fever for over ten
weeks, is able to sit up again.
Dr. and Mrs. S. C. Plu miner have
returned from a visit with relatives at
Beatrice, Neb., and Albany, Mo.
Miss Lena Miller returned to Water-
town today after a visit with Miss May
walker on 1 wentv-second street.
Miss Laura Otield, of Cable, and
Miss Elta Scbroeder, of this city, left
today for a months' visit in Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Lew and Mr.- and
Mrs. Jonas Bear are making the round
trip to Clinton on the City of Winona
Mrs. James Conner and son, Xe'er,
have gone to Cleaveland, Ohio, to
visit Mrs. Conner s daughter, Mrs.
Mrs. Lydia Wheelan and daughter.
Ceha, have removed from Chicsgo
and will make their home at 2718
Mrs. William Ivins and daughter
Arline and Miss Marie Clark, of Chica
go, are taking a ride to Clinton today
uu tLc jit y ui t moos.
Mrs. O. E. McGinley and children
Thomas and Charlotte are the guests
of Mr.s John Streckfus on the steumer
Winona on her trip today.
James Conner left today for an ont
ing at Beaver Island, Mich., where he
has a cottage and where he will be
oined later on in the week by Peter
Mrs. R. L. Porter, of Chicago, wife
of the auditor of ticket and passenger
accounts of the Burlington, isaguest
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. J,
Mrs. C. W. Negus and son, Charles,
Jr.. left tor Eagle Point, Wis., this
afternoon, to remain the rest of the
summer at Mrs. Richard Musscr's
The Misses Josephine and Nettie
Rubeck, of Geneseo. who have been
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Small, at 2926 Seventh avenue, left
today for Galva.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Geiger enter
tained a large number of their friends
n Jens-1 pasture beyond Center sta
tion yesterday, the occasion being
Airs, ueiger's ooth birthday.
C. J. Searle has joined the other
trustees of the Western Illinois Normal
n a trip around the localities that
have expressed a desire that the institu
tion be built within their limits.
Mrs. Anna Doyle, of Parnell. Iowa.
accompanied her grandchildren, lies-
ic and Berea w heelan, home Satur
day evening, and will visit with her
daughters in this city and Davenport
ior a couple of weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Huntoon have
gone to Manistee. Mich., to attend the
wedding of Mr. Huntoon's brother.
Frank J. Huntoon. formerly of Rock
isiana, ana juiss stokie, oi Manistee,
hich occurs tomorrow evening.
The groom was formerly of this city
r.a is now superintendent of the-
street car line in the Michigan city
which for several years has been his
borne. Hi bride-to-be is a prominent
ana much admired young lady of the
DRUG STORE BURGLARIZED.
A Haul Made
at A. J. K lees'
A. J. Riess, on opening his drug
store at 2229 Fourth avenue this morn-
ing, discovered that unbidden guests j
had. invaded his place of business dur- ,
ing the night. An inventory of the
stock developed the fact that the fol
lowing articles were missing:
Two dozen small knives.
One byperdermic syringe.
The till was also tapped, but it only
contained a small amount of change.
probably a dollar, lhis was appro
priated. I he burglars effected an en
trance by breaking a light in a win
dow at tire side of the building, open
rag the fastener and iaisiog tbe win
The police have no trace of the bur
glars. They have an idea that the job
was the work of tramps
Real Valuation of the County la Largely
A comparison of the 1898 and 1899
assessments shows that tbe real valu
ation of the county was largely in
creased by the. last assessment. It
shonld be remembered that in the as
sessment of 1898 tbe real -value was
divided by four, and this vear bv five.
This would make the real valuation of
the county in 1898 $29,246,08-1. while
this year it is $37,320,865, an increase
of over f 12,000,000.
In Moline, on account of this differ
ence in the dividing number, the val
uation of land falls oil fls.Oftb, and
of lots $340,575. On the other hand.
the closer assessment of personal
property increases the valuation in
that by $34, 1 10, making a net decrease
In Kock Island there is a large in
crease in the personal property valua
tion, so that tbe total is increased
$340,130. Tbe actual valuation of real
and personal property in Rock Islam!,
according to this assessment, is f lz,-
671,825, and in Moline $9,903,925.
At a time when Mr. Lincoln was un
der great mental stress during tbe civil
war Mr. George II. Teaman, then con
gressman from Kentucky, called upon
him and thus describes tbe occasion In
tbe New York Tribune:
"The president was alone at bis desk.
hard at work, and the congressman
promptly offered to retire and call
' 'Xo.' enld Lincoln, 'sit down. I'll bo
"Presently his little son partly open
ed tbe door. 'I'apa,' wild be, "mamma
says the company will soon assemble.'
"The congressman rose. 'Please be
seated; we'll get to It directly,' Bald
"He continued his work. His face
was very grave; It showed anxiety and
melancholy Indescribable. Disasters
bad come in tbe field, and It was not all
harmony among his supporters. Very
soon his barber came In, and again tbe
congressman offered to retire.
"'No, said Lincoln; 'Just excuse me
one moment.' He aot up, threw off bis
coat, sented himself in one chair and
stretched bis long legs across another.
m . . , , , 1 t M . . , .
j.ue uarwr lauiurt-u ms iulu uuu cout-
nienced stropping a razor. When that
was over the president turned his bead
tnil gently asked, 'iow, what can l
'The congressman told his mission.
It was considered kindly, decided cor
rectly and he went bis way. We need
not compare this with the court eti
quette of emperors and kings, nor ask
if Washington or Adams, or even Jef
ferson, would have so received a vis
itor on business; but It was what Abra
ham Lincoln did."
Take a Hint.
This is tbe time of year when it be
hooves vou to be careful of what you
drink. You take no chances when
you drink Carse & Ohlweifer's goods.
A Frightful It lander
Will often cause a horrible burn,
scald, cut or bruise. Bucklen's Ar-
nica Salve, tbe best in the world, will
kill the pain and promptly heal it,
cures old sores, fever sores, ulcers,
boils, felons, corns, all skin erup
tions. Best pile cure on earth. Only
25 cents a box. Cure guaranteed.
bold by Ilartz & Lllemeyer.
You ought to know that when suffer
ing from any kidnev trouble that a
safe, sure remedy is Foley's Kidney
Cure. Guaranteed or money refunded.
To Cleaase the System
Effectually yet gently, when costive
or bilious, to permanently overcome
habitual constipation, to awaken the
kidnevs and liver to a healthy activi-
wiutut imuturjg or weakening
them, to dispel headaches, colds, or
fevers, use Syrup of Figs, made by
the Calif ornia Jrig byrup company.
A dainty china tea set has been
made tne beginning oi many an eco
nomical woman's well filled china
closet.- It is a foundation easy to
Really nne china tea sets sell, as a
rnle, from $12 to $25, or easily more.
But we are showing three different
decorations in really fine china tea
sets, delicate soft lloral decorations in
colors, strippled gold trimmed, worth
f lo. choice for
China pudding (or baking) sets,
three sizes, are among the most use
ful china table articles. The tray
xurnisnes a -nanasome cnop uisn or
cake or fruit plate, separately; tbe
outer bowl well decorated, makes an
excellent salad or berry bowl; and the
combination wixh a china baking disb
for tbe oven, pleases most house
We have them as low as a dollar
for three pieces, decorated in colors
and gold; at $1.75 in deep blue and
bright gold Copeland china designs;
and up to handsome Haviland china,
with extra linings for the oven.
There's good picking on tbe ten
cent table tea pots, tea tiles, bone
plates, vases, china cups and saucers.
L. 5. JCcCABR 4b GO
Cheap Cash Store.
Maud S., Daisy or None Such flour, per sack $1.00
Strictly fresh eggs, per dozen J2ic
Fancy creamery butter, the best, per pound only Uc
Good country butter. 12c, the best per pound .-
Peach butter, apple butter, plum butter, only ... . 10c
Canned apricots, plums or gages, per can t2lc
Nice pure lard, two pounds for 15c, or four for 25C
Santa Clan:! or Anti-Washboard soap, 10 bars for. . . 25C
Package coffee, McLaughlin's X X X X or Aurora, only Qq '
The best tea siftings of the new crop, per pound 30c
The best tine granulated sugar, 18 pounds for $1.00
Dry goods, notions, house furnishings and shoes to be sold at
cost price this week.
-1513 and 1515 Second Avenue.
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P. O. BOX 35L ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
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To order from $35 to $50. Call
see them, they are built at home.
113 and 115 West Seventeenth Street - - -
- Rock Island.
The Old Fashioned Pumps
Are rapidly being replaced by
pumps of mcdern construction.
We make a specialty of this sort
of work, and want to furnish
estimates to everybody. We
have special facilities and we can
afford to give special terms.
112 West Seventeenth Street.