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l THjL Alt! t "US, IaTURDAY, JULY 1, 1803.
est U. S. Gov't Report;
DKEXEL IS DEAD.
Philadelphia's EmineU Banker
HE DID GOOD WITH. HIS WEALTE
Million Spent In Itonefa-tii.nft That Will
Make His Memory ReverJd Hi Gin to
the Printer. Jointly with Oe.H-ge W.
ChIl.IA Patron f ihc Arttt nnd
Science, and a AU-r.o,.J1(i Good t lticn
PHILADELPHIA, July l.-'ke death of A.
J. Drexel, the banker an.l.hiianthropisr,
has brought grief to a W circle of
friends in this city, and to tone will it be
more poignantly than I to George W.
khllll. his lifolnn.r f-;,....I , .,
" HtlCilLU uc
d at Carlsbad, fieri-nr.,- .,.,,1
led by an attack of jfleurisy, but dis-
buy mat ujoile.Iy wns the cause.
i at the office off A. J. Drevel a;-
death of Mr. l)rexel will make
,he affairs ft a. J. Drexil X-
interferJ. in anv wav with
rirjsrs outside of the
value or his pron-
vill not be known
,ieneil and read.
M after hia in-
McAuliff and Colby, the two men at Chi
cago charged wijh attempting to alxluct
Miss Geinzer, have been held to the grand
jury in $1,000 bail.
Annie Goldberg, unmarried, threw her
new born baby off the roof of the house and
killed it. ,
The New South Wales government has
agreed to subsidize the Australian
Canadian mail service between Sidney and
Vancouver with 10,000 yearly, which is ,
half of what the Australian governments '
are asked to contribute.
During the last decade the imnorts of
Danish butter into England have risen '
nearly threefold, while those from Sweden
are even in a greater ratio.
A Xew York correspondent reports
that Miss Helen Gould has secured the
"unaaimons consent" of the other heirs.
as required by the will of her father, and
will marry within twelve months.
Maurice .1. Powers, recently appointed
shipping commissioner at Xew York, has
declined to accept the position.
At Cambridge, Muss.. IJichard M. Dovle.
a Harvard law stndent.lias leen sentenced I
lo the house of correction for five days for '
creating a disturbance on a street car. j
Kx-nator Martin L. Xewell, recently
of Woodford county, now of Springfield,
has been appointed second assistant attor
ney general of Illinois.
The complaint has been entere 1 against
the Republican postmaster of Dallas, X.
C, that he goes barefooted in business
Among the appointments made by the
president were t note of Scott Wike, of Illi
nois, as assistant sec retary of the treasury,
anil .T. F. l'ittman, of Tennessee, register
of the treasury, vice Jen. llosecrans.
ill:am J. Maynanl. of Illinois,
the consulship at Milan, Italv.
I'resident Odell, of the Union National
ink of Chicago, denies that there is any-
lraudulent in tiie failure of L. li.
ker, the hnnU r dealer.
e glass factories in the country are
vvn for the summer rest.
Merry won the sl.Ooo first prize in
y race to the World's fair.
acturers and the Amalgamat-
ns nave agreed on the iron
' scale, l-auie cuantro wns
open a window of E. F.
Council Bluffs, la., and
iii)ler of drafts.
milicent banker of
led wit h Geonre W.
home for union
'irs, died at Carls-
had gone for his
Hirtl, a Choc-
We give a few
offer this week:
White .rr.mitc plate:
I Chu,-A Patron of J hn aw- . are asked to contribute.
A leuu to Hi
mi- l inenas in this citv. and to I Unr .n i. unaaimous consent" of the other heirs.
nrjfses outside of the ?f Woodford '""'.v. now of Springfield,
l .r , ., . I M --w-vr-7n
iiiariurers ami me -niaiganiat- j ft ' B I ' P '
rins have agreed on the iron SJ E
Please remember that our entie stock cf
Dry Goods, Notions, etc., is
N N N
N N N
N N N
N N N
N N N
N K N
w w w w
W WW w
W WW w
w w w w
by inspecting our stock you wll see that
the same is well assorted and all goods are
sold at the lowest possible prfc. Please
give us a call.
KLUG, HASLEH, SCHWENTSER
Dry Goods Company. I'avenport, Iowa.
of the bargains
. 5 in ....
Tin . . . .
IS qt disli pat.
! in pie tins
Everything in the store will be si
weeK. fcverythmg must go. Co
avoid the rush.
keo. H. Kin;
less f ei
in the 1
and ) p
I It has i
j met w
ivhich we will
lakers . . ;
attei s. . .
olli ip naii
hK I "). ISc
.!'. i'::, 28c
i" 7. 0,11c
FAIR AISD ART STORtf.
SD US YOUR FEET
Just long enough to give us a clince to shoe
Bat it looks as if it would be
in it soon, : md ths sooner your
foot is in nTofpur fine $3.00
shoes, th myre fortunate itf
will be. BecauSeSve kDow thiei
shoe, we want vou to know it
tise it wears as n other shoe will wear, we want you to j
iu ii is aDBoiuceiy tne cnespet tnmg m snoe-leather and
sji i any nnut to tne satisfactioa that It gives. No matter
ou pay, ou tjet no better when you get Ihf best it is a
in foo wear and not a Mgh priced luxury at that. Tt II '
ing to those who try it. Try it.
AArirh.t 6c Greer aw gilt
1704 SECOND AVENUE.
ILLAHS for SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS
Were we to give you silver (dollars for 75c
k'nilMn't iilra rru lrn
,uu,u" ti"wv- J vju iwiig IU UCCIUC IU CVJ111C
them, would it ?
N'ell we're rot exactly doinjr that; but we're lettina
Iprclits go og all trimmed hats ' and bonnets for
Ies and children, and are thus giving y u a dollar
Ulue lor 5c Jn money. This sale is going ou this
8 -i.00 Hats cut to U 50
$2.50 " $1.85
83.00 " $2.25
$4.00 " " $3.00
5 00 " J3.25
iotermediate figures are proportionatly re
World's Fair spoons given away with everv
be of $3 or more.
114 West Second street Tavenport, Iowa.
' Suits and Jackets nearly Given Away