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THE ABeUS. TUESDAY. JULY 31, ISOO
MEET III THE WOODS
Methodist District Gathering: to
Open at Tindall's Grove
ELDEB J. W. FEIZZELLE IH CHARGE
Special- Services on Epwcrth
League and Mission
The Methodist campmeeting of the
Rock Island district will open at Tin
dall's grove, four miles sooth of Milan,
Taesday, Aug. 21. and continue till
Thursday, the 30th. thus holding over
The entire meeting will be under the
direction of Prof. J. Wellington Friz-
zelle, presiding elder, while all even.
ing services will be in charge of Rev.
Alfred Sturgeon. the evangelist.
Imf for LeatTaers.
Wednesday, Aug. 22, will be Ep-
wortb leasee dav, and Inursday.
Aug. SI, will be missionary day. On
Sandav morning Rev. Lyons. of
Peoria, will pretcb. Revs. R. A.
Brown and E. McOmber have charge
of the music. Those in a position to
know the conditions look forward to
an interesting series of meeting).
Weather We Mar Have.
Fair tonight and Wednesday:
little cbange In temperature.
J. M . Sbbbicu, Obaerver
Temperatures at 7 a m 70: at 3:30 p
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Moonlight excursion Aug. 7.
For fnsurance E. J. Burns.
For real estate, E. J. Burns.
List yonr property with Reidy Bros
Tennis shoes 39 cents. Dolly Bros.
If you want your property sold list
It with Hull & to.
Thirtv-five cent merchants' lunch
at noon hour at Harms' restaurant.
Anheuser-Busch bottled beer. A.
D. Huesing, sole agent, i'bone 1338.
Union made shoes for union men
at $1.60 to $3.50 at the Leader, oppo
site Harper bouse.
Plenty ef blackberries, currants,
gooseberries, cherries and dewberries
by the case at Hess Bros'.
Low prices bears on our competi
tors' minds buy a wheel of Lloyd.
You know the high grade kind.
Dr. S II. Miller, the veterinary
surgeon, has moved his otfice to Ne
gus' livery barn, 1613 Third avenue,
where he can hereafter be found.
The (Jem laundry is at your service
as the only antiseptic laundry in
town. Do not rely on fresh air" dis
infecting your lineu; send it to the
Cem and feel safe.
The young ladies of Trinity chapel
will give an ice cream social at Fourth
avenue and Seventh street Wednesday
evening, Aug. 1. Your attendance
will be appreciated.
The journeymen stonecutters have
organized a ball nine and would like
to arrange a game with any nine com
posed of memliers of any organized
trade. John Stephens, manager.
Make arrangements to attend the
ice cream social given by the young
ladies of Trinity chapel at Foartb
avenue and Seventh street Wednes
day evening, Aug. 1. It will be a
The Tri-City R til way company's
bridge across the Sylvan water at
Foiiy-second street is completed, but
at woine alterations are to le made,
i; is not probable cars will be oper
ated over it for a week or more yet.
The regular weekly meeting of the
Brjan ami Stevensr n Anti-Imperialistic
club will be held tonight at Tur
ner ball. Several matters of import
ance to the mem her.hip are to come
up and a full attendance is desired.
In his monthly report to tho agri
cultural department Crop Correspond
ent Thomas Campbell "estimates the
aversge condition of corn in lkxk
Island county Aug. J at 95 per cent;
oats. 100 percent; potatoes, 90 per
cent; timothy hay, 95 percent: pas
ture, 90 per cent, and apples. 60 per
The tile workers of Carbon Cliff
have organized with 50 members. The
officers are: J. P. Laughery. presi
dent; Ole Olson, vice president: John
Crouch, secretary; Charles Snith.
treasurer; Matthew Carey, guide; II.
C. Harrison, Frank Lanbatuand Milton
Hager. trustees. Th ucion will meet
every two weeks in Woodmen hall.
Through, wide vestibule chair cars
with smoking compartment between
Rock Island and Chicago via the I)..
R. I. & 3 W. railroad and the C A
N. W. railroad. The quickest and
best line. Fo particulars inquire at
city ticket oflic. 1803 Second avenue,
or passenger station foot of Twentieth
The Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul
railway will continue the first-class
sleeping car service between Rock Isl
and. St. Paul and Minneapolis. The
aleeping car will leave Rock Island at
7:16 p. m.. dally except Sunday: ar
rive at St. Paul 7:45 a m. and Minne
apolis at 8:20 a. m Southbound will
leave Minneapolis at 7:50 a. ro.. St.
Paul at 8:S0 a. m. and arrive at Rock
Island at 8:55 p. m. j
The merchants and manufacturers
of the three cities are responding
promptly to the invitation of the
Labor day committee to cooperate
wiih them in making the celebration
gratd success. The corner stone
laving on that day will be of great
interest to the laboring men of the
rut.nttoa ami at !ti nAnfiilontlr Arnfiat.
ed that this will be the greafest labor
c-lfc oral ion in uie Die lory oi aiouoe.
Everything is being done to prepare ,
for the comfort and entertainment of,
the immense throng expected on that
At the meeting of the Thirty-eighth
street property owners Sunday. S. J.
Lease, A. O. Andertou, btepnen ata-
der. Charles Case, II. II. Doerriog
and George Blck were appointed a
committee to prepare another petition
to the council for the improvement of.
Thirty-eighth street, providing for
an Hi ter cent grade from Seventh
aver ue to tne top ot tne mil; tne
street from Fifth to Seventh avenues
to be paved 50 feet wide, and from
Seventh to E:ghteenth avenues 26
feet wide, with sidewalk grades and
parkin? so graded on side bills as to
support abutting property.
CLOUDBURST IN ARIZONA.
Or cat Damage lion 11 an Lnexpacted
Phoenix. Ariz.. July 31. A cloud
burst flooded canyons and valleys and
caused disaster alon? the banks of
many small rivers and creeks tribu
tary to the Verde river, Many camp
era were caught unawares and wag
ons and tents washed away.
.1. It. Jacobson and partner namea
Williams, prospectors from " Iowa,
were drowned while engaged in sav
ing a horse.
BIG BUCKET SHOP RAID.
Over Two Hundred Taken In at Chicago
tHrnny Prominent Men.
Chicago, July 31. Wholesale raids
on the alleged bucket shops today re
suited in the arrest of over 200 per
sons. The police swooped down upon
the spectators without warning, and
it is said some prominent board of
trade men were arrested at some of
the places visited.
President to Ketoen to Washing-ton.
Washington. July 31. President
McKinley will return to Washington
Inursday. It is not known now long
he will atav here.
tlen. Fred tirant Has Koyal Jlelr.
St. Petersburg, July 21. Princess
Cdntauuzene gave birth to a daughter
the 25th. The princess is a daughter
of Bng. Gen. F. D. Grant.
Confreuniso Daly Dead.
Far Rockawav. L. I., Julv 31.
Congressman William D. Daly, of the
Seventh New Jersey district, died
here today of apoplexy.
Caleb Poner on the Stand.
l.Vorjretmvn. Ky., July 31. Ex-or-
retary of Mutt- ( ;ilfii Towers took th
stand in his own bvhalf yesterday, but
did imt complete hi tristiinony on di
rect examination. His defense is an
iilii)issioii that lie organized the body
of mountaineers who went to Frank
fort on several occasions last winter
for influence with the state contest
ttoard and the legislature, but not to
Intimidate them. He entered n denial
of the damaging charges made against
Iv.iii by Witnesses Culton. Golden,
Noakes and others, especially as to
the proposals to Kill Goebel or other
Democrats, all of which ht? positively
That Fast f ruU.r Varlair.
i'liilailnlpliia. July 31. The Russian
cruiser Ynri.is returned to Cramps'
ship vnrtN yesterday from hfr trial
trip. I Hiring the run back from Hos
ton the ship was speeded with the view
of fulfilling the contract nHjuircment
f 23 knots an hour for twelve hours.
The trial lx-Ran off Nantucket shoals
anil n continuous speed of 23.0 to 23.7
knots was develoited for xeven and
one-half hours, when an accident to
one of the IiIkIi pressure cylinders coiu-
IK-lIcd th eahandoiiinent of the remain
ing four ami a half hours of the trial.
MrF.dilrn Defeats .7 ark O'lirlen.
New York. July 31. Goor. McFad-
don. the hn-ul liirhf weiirhr lMxer. ad
ministered a severe drubbing to Jack
O'Krien. formerly of Halifax. N. S..
but now a resilient of this city, before
the Twentieth Century club at M;ul:
son Square garden last nielit. The
lair met for a twenty-rive round bout.
but there were only twelve rounds of
lihtinx. O'Hrien was so badly pun
ished in the twelfth round that he was
forced to pive up when the 1U ranx
for the iH'jrinninjr of the thirteenth.
He was knocked down three times la
the twelfth round by blows on the
Bis American Krlrlgrrslor at Paris.
One of the American exhibits at the
Paris exposition which are attracting
tremendous crowds Is a husre octagonal
refrigerator now shown In the agricul
tural buiMlne. Kays the New York.
World. Kurope has never suspected
the use we make of refrigerators. Here
meat Is killed from day to day. and it
Is Impossible to preserve cpss and but
ter. Therefore tn pTent American ice
box excites nm-h wonder. It is con
structed of plate glass on all side, and
all kinds of food are artistically dis
played. The whole refrigerator, though
as big as a honse. revolves on a pivot,
so that Its contents are completely
shown to every bystander every few
Tba Appattte or a Oosvt ,
Is envied by all whose stomach and
liver are out of order. Bat such
should know that Dr. King's New
Life Pills give a splendid appetite,
sonnd digestion and a regular bodily
habit that Insures perfect health and
great energy. Only 25 cents at Hartz
& Ullmeyer, druggists.
The blood is strained and purified
ay the kidneys. No hope of health
while the kidneys are wrong. Foley's
Kid nev Cure will make healthv kid
neys and pure blood. Nothing eLe
just as good." For isle by all druggist.
H PRICE BROS. & CO., Props.
Lovers of Good Things
Should watch this space
for seasonable fruit and
vegetables. Read below.
Musk il clous,
Q reen Corn.
Navel Oranges, Bananas.
Oranfrea Pine Apples,
Blue Berries, CberriK. -Peaches,
Black Berries, Apples.
Spring- Chickens Dressed to Order,
rtucks. Dressed Cnickena,
Dretsed Turkeys. Geese.
1630 Second Ave.
We Have a
Full Line of
Watches of all sizes and all
prices, and we make a spec
ialty of carrying tine railroad
watches and cordially invite
the public to call and ex
amine the line.
Fine Line of Diamonds.
We always carry the finest
line of diamonds and are al
ways pleased to show our
stock. Call and see our line
Manufacturing Jeweler and Op
tician. Opposite Harper house.
not handle all the
that are manufae-
ButWe Do Carry
the largest stock of cigars,
tobacco and smokers' sup
plies of anybody in the
The CEO. R. DAVIS
is conceded by all smokers
as being the 'best 5c. cigar
ever put on the market.
Drop in and try one.
1705 Second Avenue.
TAN JSHOES of all styles ard de
scriptions, also all seasonable summer
sty les in tans r d b?: Is, to be cleaned
cut at prices which compel purchases.
We have too many goods of above
order and they have to move. There
Is only one way to accomplish our pur
pose, and that is
Sell Shoes Cheap,
Cheaper thanjou ever saw them be
fore. Get in early and secure a good
New Location One Door West
I HI . .1
IT'S ROCK ISLAND'S TUffl
M. & K. Will Serve the Patrons of the Rock Isl
and Store With a Clothing Treat.
Children's Wash Suits at
25c for Choice of Any Straw Hat In Our Store
Caps at Half Price.
Men's White j Duck
25 Per Cent Reduction on Those Nobby Flannel
Coats and Pan ts.
All of Our Summer Underwear to be sold at
Greatly Reduced Prices.
Men's and Bays' Suits at Greatly Reduced
Opens Thursday morning, July 23, at 9
In our Davenport store we have just closed one of the
greatest clothing sales ever held in the tri-cities. The people
' of Davenport, like Rock Island, have learned when M. & K.
! advertise a special sale, it means all the word special implies
and ar, therefore, quick in grabbing the price benefits
' offered by us.
j It would have been impossible for us to have held two
; such mammoth sales at one time but its Rock Island's turn
'now. We're going to give you a treat, and we're going to
; import some of our help from Davenport and employ as
many more as may be necessary to serve you promptly with
these Clothing Bargains.
of Young & McCombs.
Half Price-Shirt Waists
and Linen Pants at Half
WE CURE WHEN
Nervous and Private
of Both Sexes.
Our Heeirlo Maaaire for
the treatment of Kerroua
and X-Kay work.
NERVOUS DEBILITY, Exhaustive drains. Sleep.essness, Threatened Insan
ity, Weak Memory, Mental Delusions, or any other condition due to nervous exhauatloa
CATARRH, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Blood, Kidney, Llvei
and Skin Diseases can be qulokly and permanently eured by our advanoed system of nedt
etne. VARICOCELE Is the most active cause of Nervous Debility. Why treat
months with others when we guarantee you a permanent eura in seven days by our palnlts
method Hydrocele cured In three days no pain.
WOMEN suffering from diseases peculiar to their sex should oonsnlt as. We
have eured macy cases riven up aa hopeless, and we may be able to cure you. Sorties!
operations performed at your home If denlred. Abdominal and brain surgery a specialty.
THE QUESTION OF YOUR HEALTH is a vital one therefore you cannot
afford to place your ease In the hands of those who have had little or no practical exper
ience In the treatment ot chronic diseases.
DR. WALSH'S large private practice and extensive experience as surgeon-in-
chlefofSt. Anthony's Hospital together with the fact that he has eured hundreds who
were pronounced incurable by others during the Bve yean he has been located In Daren-
, port, proves
conclusively tnat ne is tne pnysioian you snouid consult If you want to get
Only Curable Cases Taken.
Boors, to 13 a. m., S to B and 7 to 8 p. m. Sunday UtSO to l:SO p. m.
Office 124 West Third Street M'Cullough Building, Davenport, la.
FOR $12 85
Choice of any Straw Hat in
eluding those we sold at $2.
SHIRT WAISTS AT
FOR $1 00
WASH SUITS AT
Da J. E. WALSH,
Formerly ot Chicago,
Surgeon-In-Chlef ot 8k
Best of reference and credentials
" ya innot
Hundreds cured by mail,
FOR $13.90 and
FOR $16.50 and
the store for
FOR FINEST $6.60