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TflEARGUa MONDAY, JULY 2, 1894.
Fourth at fro
Insara with Ha
K. S. Clow, of
Celebrate tli F
Milan, is i
from Klnc Oinrr'a. -"
J. I Coats best srcV.
always 3 cents at lc(jr Bros'.
Tnc Attars WorliTTklr series is
.a popular demand. I'ryerve it.
Money to loan on rrfarfSfate secur
ity. Apply at JackWAJiurst'a.
See how far a lvH tnonev will jjo
if yoj bny lirew(fcjvfit Kingsbury's.
Linings at lust
week with dress ri
V. S. bunting jVf Qtr7& at Kluj;.
llaster-Swentzerldrv kitki, Ufjf, Darv-
Atnpie room inr inndrfds of fami
It pirnics at Truvct park on the
Rd hot offering in MWSntyrc-Reck
Co's silk mitt departtrlenr this week.
Read adv. .
Jackets and blaxeraJrOents and
74 cents npaio on fiiesdjfv, at Me
Cabc Hroa V-
The stae of water at the Rock Isl
and bridge at noon was 8.20; the tem
Pictnrtsque fr.uiiica' are you
rettinjrthescriof? Back n amber at
Tnc Akiiii ofliae. .. t
Yesterday was the hottest day of
the season. The thermometer atS p.
m. registered '.(". 2.
Downright tmrjijin everything
in the furnilnrtandyoarpet 'line at
Climann & SalziVuiarrfs.
in four l"asUW'TcrDi-.. fie. 215
Fiftepntltrect, nucjiliJciJs'' "
Attention. waje.wijjJttVs! All coats
and jnrkets at just'fiiittriee tomor
row (Tuesday) at dya-a'be Bros'.
Condnrtor Pat Joyce took his train
ont on the Milwaukee n;rain this
ruorniiif, after a week's vacation.
Mrs. Lon GeUker and Miss t'lara
ScUenebricker. of Warsaw, are visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Mremnicl.
Seven-and-one-half -wnis a vard
for lc hnlf wool ohallivi at Mcln-tyre-Ueek
Co'a. Woj last lony.
Ires ;o.di nj to AkiTtit values,
po at cents this yIV. and linings
at just half price atlf-Calie Ur!.'.
Picturesque Worlil'sf air." the
best published. TlIK ll:ms is now
disposal of at 15 cenffcu ruber.
Columbia club wil MrM a picnic
on July 4th at IIulfr's fardin. All
friends of the club are rordiallv in
vited. - "C-'
Children's dresses ilueTt made. 25
tents, at MVIntyrvUcck los. Most
people think the Hi veji-hcap at 42
Swings. hammoy?TTaQs. i hairs,
lawn tents, boats yr enrrtainnients
f picnickers at ropt park on the
Fourth. " 1 -J
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Buford re
turned home lat Saturday niht on
the last train that came down from
M'rris R'lsenlield has fully recov
ered from his recent surgical opera
tion, and is aain able to attend to
Billy Trefz brought out a band,
some new express wagon this morn
ing, which gives him two now of the
best on the street-.
Charles Nelson and Miss Adele L.
Cratnpion, of Kek Island, were mar
ried by Judge Adams iu his oll'ue
One more week fJmman 50c un
derwear at Mclnyre KeekiiVs. No
lii'ire such eleint values at these
prices after this :4ntk?
lress goods. worth,!etts, going
at 44 cents, and lUhngs miv lie had
witu tbem nt jut half li'ire this
week at McCahe. 1!kh
Rosen tiold itros. have been award
ed the plumbing contract of lr. J.
C. Carter's new residence on Eigh
teenth street and Sixth avenue.
Notice the cut - jjce on dress
goods at the puH:il bene lit sale for
wageworkes -r McCain; lirs Lin
ings go wittrqjieni at half price.
diaries Walters, of the Cleveland
Stone company, who has been in the
city for a t-miplo of weeks on paving
matters, returned to Chicago last
J. fc M. Rosen tield this morning
eonuueneed the improvement of their
Second avenue business block. It is
Awarded Higboit Honors
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crap Ceam of Tartar Powder. Fiee
fcom Ammonia, Alum or any othtr aduHerant
40 TSAU T STAMiAftO.
to be repainted and generally re
paired. Edward Meek left Saturday even
ing for Iowa city where ho will spend
the Fourth with friends. Mr. Meek's
family went to Iowa City about a
Good all silk m
12 cents, 19 cent
worth much n
buy what vou n
There will be A
the Santa Marie
dence of Mrs. J.
evening at 7:30.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Stockhouse and
son Charles, are at Springfield where
they will spend the Fourth. The
State fair buildings will be dedicated
ts, 9 ceats.
there on that date.
jersev iream lyrmwcxnm soar.
usual price 25c A cake. McCabe
Bros', are allowifl o sell it three
cakes for 25c thisl week d introduce
it into this localit
E. J. Sommors has sold his grocery
store to Adolph Ilartz, ami will soon
embark in the gent's furnishing bus
iness in partnership with another
Rock Island citizen.
More drives in McTnivJi;eck Co's.
ytft; French or-
wasli goods depart
g.imlic, o cents
cents and m
cents; ixtngecs a
f yard; cat
A number of religious cranks have
been holding street corner meetings
in Rock Island of late, and one in
particular held forth on Market
square last night. His rantingswere
directed against thu Salvation Army.
The Woodmen'avptaoic at Edging
ton on the Fuarfth whl be a. basket
picnic and ati should Vce that the
baskets arc rifled to thcirliking. The
steamer Silver ("resceait will make
three trips, tkt first leaving Rock Is.
land at H a. y
The Molino IJgbtvtWfi:diand in
vite their friends hnd the niblic.of
the tri-citiesto yia in their" celebra
tion at Prospect nark. Meals will be
served, while thij entire hi acres of
the beautiful parJkwJU be fat the.ser
vicc of picniakrfs. -4
By the way. Clemann-KSalzmann
have on the way diryafTrviu the lar
gest furniture fsctjf v insthb world,
sblelioards. centra tables atjil parlor
taoies, wnicn io iHfauty anil tlurabil
ny have no equl. I hey nc ejectcd
to arrive almost
llemann - Sar.main have on the
road the largest line it tine oil cloths
ever put on slln by any one lirm wet
of Chicago, afd th'ft'prices nt whii h
these goods arw-rftH'ig offered arc so
low that you Vytfiiot afford to miss
the sale. At Clemann Sul.mann's.
Otto liuber was on the train
ditched at Blue Island Saturday
night, and a report gained currency
yesterday that he was injured. This
is unfounded probably, as a telegram
came yesterday that be wa back in
Chicago, and natbing was said about
lo you know jrEat w want? We
want yon to Wow that Clemann &
Salzmann hav just received a snlen-
rociurs and chairs.
br all means
ann & Salzniann's
did line of fan
If you care t
call in and see
The bicycle tournament at Twin
City Ball park on the Fourth will be
the event of the day in the tri-cities.
No effort or expense has spared to
make the events attractive and en
joyable, and several thousand people
are expected to be present at the
Itemembcr thrsfcajuk-J-'ourlh of
July celebration lit OlTerma'n's island
Boat races, bate ball, music and
dancing, etc., afnd a grand display of
fire works in tie eveuirig. Boat will
leave the landing at Rock Island at
10 a. ni. aaxU2:4V 4. 5:40, 7 and
8:10 p. m. Kburttjrjp, 25 cenj.s.
By amending thehew paving esti
mates in the county court to the
actual cost of the improvements, a
great saving in the cash outlay will
be made to projcrty holders. This
estimate fixe the amount each prop
erty holder has to pay while formerly
wuen mere was any money over it
was returned to them after the
work was finished in the form of a re
bate. The saving on the second sec
tion of Seventeenth street under the
new estimate is3,Omo
whether on pleasure bent, or busi
ness, take on every trip a Imtllc of
Syrup of Figs, as it acts most pleas
autly and effectually on the kidney a,
liver and bowels, preventing fevers,
headaches and other forms of sick
ness. For sale in 50e and ft littles
by all leading druggists. Manufact
ured by the California Fig Syrup
Itvflueml KxruiRton Knim lo the East via
the II V. It. ft N. Kallwsr.
National Educational Association
meeting, Asbury Park, N. J., July
10-13. I;i4. One fare plus $2 for the
round trip. Tickets on sale from all
stations July 7 and 8. Uood to re
turn until July 2J.
Annual meeting Young People's
Society of Christian Endeavor. Cleve
land. Ohio. July 11-15, 1891. One
fare for the round trip. Tickets on
sale from all stations .Inlv y nnd 10.
Good to return until Aug.'l.
Annual meeting Baptist Young
People's Union, Toronto, Ont.. Julv
19-22, l9t. One faro for the round
trip. Tickets on sale from all ta
tions July 17 and IS. Good to return
until Aug. .
For further nnrtienbira inmiira
station airent or address the under
signed. J. Morton.
Gen'l. Tkt. and Pa.;s. Agt.,
m Cedar Kapids, Iowa, j
The Korthera Illli
A committee o
cry K. T. com pa
j. lieator, 11
Crubaugh, J. I
Crallo, 11. I). Maj
and M. M. Rrig
re tar y J. V. L,
noyk Rock Isla;
IT the Tower
Ued the locatio
oNorthern 1 11 i
The fVtce selec
old SeaVs home?
T. conclave was
and all arrant
pleted for one o
Via Encampaaent La
d of Sir Knights S.
Johnston. L. F.
k, F. U. Plummcr
iner, of the Daven-
I Railway company.
atnrday night and
ot the encampment
ois Knights lemp-
here Ang. 14 17.
d is adjoining the
ad, where the K.
eld a few years ago.
ments were com-
the most attractive
gatherings of uniformed orders ever
assembled in thf state.
o northern Illinois
tits Templar are all
the state, includ-
go, Aurora, Mcn-
nd numbering 31
commandcries and 5,000 men.
Tho southern district encampment
will be held at Ilavanna.
Who a J
division of Kni
tne largest and
ing those at Chid
dota. Elgin, etc.
or a woman who
works, sooner or
later has to build up
her strength with Dr.
Piarcc's Favorite Pre
seription. If you
suffer from backache,
spellsi, or sleeplessness,
take tho "freaerip
tion." It is woman's
special tonic and
It'e mnilimn. flint
builds up, inrigorafes, regulates, and mm.
It lessens the pains exd burdens of child
bearing. If it doesnt benefit or cure, in " female
complaints" and weaknesses, you have your
vS-J1- v- Pre"CE: Dear Sir-l bare taken
tho " Fn vorite Prescription " end I ran recom
mend It to any body that suffers with anv fe
male diwose. I have tried veral doctor's
preaenptinus but non did me ttie (rood that
yours did. Youra respectfully.
Poet Mistress, Sherrtr HiO, Dallas Co, Jkla,
RK YOU IN NEED?
Waut mom j
want a M.k
Want a trttior
Want a silnsllon
Want to rent nhi
Wnl a servaut j.:rl
Want to sell a farm
Want to sell a house
Want to exrhanpc anythtnr
Want t mU hous-hoid irnnds
Want to make ny n-al estate loan
Want to at'U or trade for anything
W ant to find customer tor at-tluug
css thkse columns.
Tib Daily aki s dbliybrkd atyocb
door ever eventOE for lOe per week.
cians, Aip'y f 815 Hite
FOH SAI.C ('UK.1
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-A G(llJltGA,. NEAE-
Iculurs ilntt'.re at Akodb
II UK NTS WANTE
il i mT:liyinent i
PytttSTJ MEN OIT l)K
ipnmi money, ror
1 od(. L). McLauchlin.
nit I M
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The Only Really lis
FOURTH OF JULY
In this Entire Vicinity will
be at the
No orations, but 12 hours
of solid enjovment.
inu t.KAND BALLOON ASCEN
SIONS and PARACHUTE
LEAPS. One at 11 a. m
and one at 5 p. m.
The prande't ai d mort Deantifnl didiilny of Hre
warki. ever feen in ibe .eft. hy the e- leliraud
1 ne Biop., of ( incinatti Da nruwork-ttvitiiitna
,:iiiu oipimy oepjnii at o o clock.
rr.oK. Mi iHin m, the fana "
civeroracut tin nuirvcliiti
e rr.etl.t Jcs
BEE tlic daring fi
M rii-eron a wire
I nif Oily a Entire Bn
an ni'iou and even
Ml I.AIU 1
This is the best lawn
sprinkler on the market.
It will sprinkle a space
40 feet in diameter. Can
be adjusted to sprinkle
the full circle or just one
half. Call and see them.
1613.1617 SEC0SD AVENUE,
IS THE GREATEST
FRIEND TO WOMEN?
Krell & Math
Because they sell cakes, pas
try and buns so cheap that
it saves them the trouble of
Besides . . .
Helping them to please their
company when they have a
parly, by supplying them
with the finest ice cream and
We Can ....
Make any kind of ice cream
or fruit ices you may wish
for, and put it up in the
If You Want . .
Something new, try a two
qnart brick of Diplomat. It
13 the latest and snre to
please you and your com
pany, aud it costs no more
than the plain ice cream.
We Want . . .
To please you. Try ns.
RTSPL OUS E
1716 and 1718 Second At.
(3f9 tmdarr guaranty, bark; ' rai'iUl.
Piuilire projta Bnd luo-pa book . itlmtrmtM front
life from pelecured.frce b) mail When Hot Sjinnf
na rcarjfaui. tmr marie Remedy
pnsitiTiT euro. rook. Kt.sit.ui ron iiwam, in. I M
Mc In tyre-Reck goocsco.
Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns the best in the world.
THE FOURTH OF JULY
With many a merchant marks the end of the busy
and the beginning of the dull season. Not ho
with us. Our plait admits of no dull time, and our
every effort shall b. directed toward making July a
better month tbanflune and August better than July.
This is one way, tae only one by which this can le
done, and that is by offering the purchasing public
values so great at prices so little that buying now will
prove a real saving to your pocket-book.
This week we open Ihe campaign with a cannon
ade OF IMH'BLE SHOTTED BARGAINS which VOU will
have to snap up quickly ere thev are gone.
Will receive a broadside.
Good All Silk 12c Mitts at 6c
15 doz. 16c and 18c " 9c
10 doz. 22c " 12c
10 doz. 25c and 2c "19c
15 doz. ' 82c and 8;)c " 24c
Values1 you don't often sec at 3:$c, 38c, 42c, 4c. etc.,
up to the finest totalities. Plain knit and milanese
mils, extra size mitts in a variety of prices.
The new white embroidered Motisquetaire mitts and
the black button Mousijuotaire are the latest novel
ties. Ask to sec them. You would do well to lay in
a summer supply at the prices we name on silk mitts.
In our wash goods department this week.
10 pieces creponette. splendid goods,
patterns, worth 18c at lOic
We throw in another lot of those 10c and 12c darl
ground pongees which created such a furor last wet -I
30 pieces French organdees, extra wide, fast colors.
C pretty designs, 10c quality, at 6c, and a lot more e
can't name now,
A FEW MORE ITEMS OF INTEREST.
Children's dresses nicely made in pink and blue strips
wash goods, shoulder ruffle and all complete for jut
?5c. They would be very good value indeed at 42
15 pieces half wool challi, 18c quality, nice design,
only 7Jc a yard, 10 yards to a customer. If you want
belting ribbon in white, cream and colors we have it.
Nice new pongees received on Saturday. Come in
this week: you'll find lots of items both interestin g
and profitable for you. B
We have decided to continue for one more week our
great sale of 2"c and 50c muslin underwear. Kemctn
ler that after this week what is left of these good
will bo sold at the usual prices, and it will lie simplv
imoil'.e in bar uch elezantlT made and trimmed crmeat for an ir
tie mou -j. In about ee-jr ina ance you will nnd tfcal tbc bare auttTa.
coa.a wore than the tniehed garment at oar price.
Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 1711 Second avenue, Rock Island.
A Chenile Table CoveA
With every Center Table worth
$2 or over ....
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
of this week only.
I furnish a house complete. You can always
find profitable bargains in every department.
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT
1809-1811 Second Avenue.
The House Furnisher.
Packard Pays the Loss . .
Customers Get the Benefit
b. of Boston, Mass., one of the largest manufacturers of Gentlemen's Fine Shoes, took
retail concern, and made to their special order a lot of Fine Footwear. Just as the
to be shipped Packard & Co. found that they were about to be swindled, and the re-
ship the goods. A few weeks ago we closed a deal with tins popular manufacturer
Jeat loss to Packard & Co., which we are now giving our patrons the benefit of.
Cordovan Shoes, finest qualitv. sold the world over at 6. onlv .MM
fathers, in the Regent and new Globe Toes, with tip, only 2 i0
f Robeson Calf in the new Regent Toe Lace and Congress, only 200
f Tan llluehers, Tieadilly and (Jraham Toes, only !,
iie imiuense oargains we nave pincetl on sale are a lot ot lan Miocs worth fully f2, at...... U'Jv
iru e ouiiii nun ouws, taiue as omr tieaiers won in marge f l.it.) lor, at , . I U'l
Gentlemen in need of Fine Footwear will find this an excellent opportunity, one they may never have again.
Now is your time, boys you will find it a comfort, pleasure and economy to
Wear 1. & !(. Shoes.
T. JUL1 ILtan '