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THEAKGU8 SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1895. CITY CHAT. (let your shoes at Dolly Bros'. Read Allen. Myers & Co', new ad. The Kins Xers all next week at the Tower. Buy a home and have it insured at Reidy Bros'. New attractions at the Watch Tow er all next week. James McCaffrey, of Chicago, is visiting in the city. The best goods for the lowest price at Allen, Myers & Co's. I The celebrated Jewel" gas range is sold only by Allen,' Myers & Co. M ss Abbie Burns departed this . morning for Tlskilwa on a month's visit. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Wagner have a new daughter, which arrived on the Fourth. Little Japs, big Jap3, all sorts of Japs every day this week at Watch Tower Free. Mrs. George Miller, of Fort Madi son, Iowa, is visitioj her sister, Mrs. John Garvin. Mrs. R. J. Nelson ami Miss Hulda Anderson, of Clinton, Iowa, are vis iting Mrs. J. C. Seeley. The internal revenue receipts of Deputy Collector Lamont for the week amount to fl,201. The Kins Xers open a week's en gagement at the Watch Tower to morrow. Don't fail to see it. Mrs. J. R. Johnston and Miss Mary Piatt have returned from their 2 weeks' trip up the river on the Wey erhauser. Misses Lee Morris and Marie Jen son left this afternoon for Peoria, where they will make a week's visit to friends. Mrs. William Krei and daughter, Kthel, returned home to Kockford this morning, after a 3-weeks' visit with friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Meidell re turned home to Boone. Iowa, last evening, after a 3-weeks' visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. S. McCombs. County Supterintendent McKeever did not go the Denver convention, as contemplated, matters requiring his attention necessitating his remain ing. The store of Kingsbury & Co., in Moline, was closed last evening by Constable Kastman to satisfy a claim of Dr. P. L. McKinnie of 15J for rent. Mrs. Alice Datton Atwcll has re turned from Boston to Davenport, and resumed teaching. She will be at Wallace's music store morn ings. Ueginning with yesterday the pro prietors of all clothing stores have agreed to close their places of busi ness everv evening, except Saturday, at G:."0 until Nov. 1. The midsummer members' meet, ingof the Y. M.C. A. will be held Tuesday evening at N o'clock. Im portant business is to be considered, uml a full attendance is desire 1. Charles K. Walleeu. of Molino, one of the prominent lights of Stone's Directory company, left on .'the sfajner, St. Paul, this morning to visit his future intended at Quincy. He may return ami settle at Hock Island. Let the good work go on. Kcv. C. F. OiT, of the German Evangelical church nf Hamilton. Mo , will preach at 10:3.) a. m: to morrow in tho Ninth street Method ist church. All German people are invited to attend. Mr. Off will en deavor to organize a church of his denomination in It ck Isl ind in the near future, having came here for that purpose. The excursion given tho attaches of the Henry Dart's Sons' wholesale house this afternoon by A. C. Dart, was attended by about 150 employes and proprietors and their families. Tho steamer Duke and barge were chartered for a trip up and down the river and through the Hennepin locks. Refreshments and music were provided, and a delightful afternoon-is assured. Torf Kvento. Commencing next Tuesday will occur the annual summer meeting of the Davenport Mile Track. The field of horses t-hows some of the finest en tries ever made fur a racing event. There are 159 listed, and all are solid and will start. The free-for-all trot will bring out four of the best speed ers in the country. The free-for-all pace will introduce Seal. Fidol and 11 others of equally worthy no'e. There are to be splendid events each day. Tuesday the 2:14 pace is to bo ntiiong tho others, with 17 en tries; Wednesday tho 2:22 trot, with 21 entries; Thursday the free for-all trot, and Friday the free-for-all pace. Tuesday and Wednesday ladies and children under fifteen will be admitted free. Awarded Highest Honors World' Fair. DEI' CnjEAEl BUSING MOST PERFECT MADE. . ! A rure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free om Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. 1 PROPERTY VALUATION. Tho Showing of ttao AimmoN Bock Island and Holla. Assessor J. L. Freeman's showing of property valuation in Rock Island makes an increase over a year ago, the comparative statement being as follows: ism. isn:,. Laodf : 1"ii.Sm t Wtltt I .OK- l.M4 4T'l I.STflMS Pe-ama! 500, 4SJ 4K,tttt Total fj.ltt.SH M70.97S Inside the Rock Island city limits there are 93.41 acres of improved lands, and G6G.S7 acres of unim proved lands a total of 759.79 acres. The total number of lots is 4,039, of which 2,632 are classed as 'im proved," and 1,398 as unimproved. The total valuation of the lands is $102,1 .'5. making an average of $131.37 per acre.' The improved lands are valued at 114.945, and the improvements thereon at $7,000, the average value per acre being $236.96. The unimproved lands are valued at fSO.lSO, or $120.39 per acre. In Molina. While Rock Island valuation is in creased and Moline's reduced, Rock Island's is still the lower, the books of Assessor C. C. Waters, of Moline, showing: 194. 1SS5 Lands f lTs.uao $ 1S.02S tali I.47-.V) 1.484.MU fvnonal dTO.MIS M7.891 Totll $i,215,K56 f2.107.4GS In Moline there is a total of 535.65 acres of land assessed at $185,025, or $334.60 per acre. The improved land aggregates 415.03 acres, as sessed at $97950, and the improve ments thereon are $63,875, making the average value per acre $389.74. The 138.52 acres of unimproved lands are assessed at $23,200 $168.11 per acre. The assessor returns 2,485 lots, which are all classified as im proved at $1,484,550, an average of $597.40 per lot. The personal prop erty is assessed at $537,891. The committee on equalization of the board of supervisors is in session to review the returns by the asses sors and make equalizations as be tween the several townships. The committee consists of Supervisors F. M. Sinpet. M. Schoonmaker, A. F. Vinton, G. W. McMurphv and J. G. Powell. AT TOIMU McCOMUS. HprcUl Clearing- Sale of Crockery and Glassware. Six-piece toilet set, decorated, at $1.69. Ten-piece decorated chamber sets, worth $6, at $2.73. Twelve-piece chamber sets, filled in decoration, rich gold trimmings and gold striped, worth $15, at $9.99. lOj-piece dinner sets, finished in gold handles, festooned p'ates, worth $9, at $4.98. 100-picce dinner set in best English porcelain, under glaze decoration, assorted colors at $5.98. KO-piece dinner sets in best English porcelain, highly decorated in blue, fawn and pencil, worth $13.50. at $6.98. . . ,1-piece berry set, Haviland French china, worth $5. at $2.79. 5J0 plates in fine china, beautiful decorations at 11 cents and 15 cents. . -gallon glass pitchers at 19 cents. . Wine glasses in imitation cut at 22 cents per dozen. Tea plates in English semi-porcelain festooned at 4 cents each. Dinner plates, same as above, 5 each. Wash bowls and pitchers, best Am sterdam granite, at 37 cents. Water sets in Bohemian glass, all pieces engraved and imitation cut, will go for 88 cents. Twenty per cent discount on all French china. Twenty-live barrels of jelly glasses, tin tops, at 1 cent each. Mason fruit jars, quart and half gallon, at 5 and 6 cents. Rubbers for same 3 cents per dozen. RlTer Rlplats. The packet St. Paul went south. The Abner Gile brought down eight barges. Tho stage of the water at the Rock Island bridge at noon was 3:10; the temperature, 90. The Evcrette aud Verne Swain came down, and the J. W. Van Sant, F. Weyerhanser and Verne Swain passed up. Travel over the Rock Island bridge yesterday amounted to: Foot, north, 779; south, 769; total. 1,548. Teams, north, 818; south. 834; total, 1,682. Tho Chlnrao Court. The ceremonial of the Chiucwe court is somewhat exacting. It used to include, if it drs not now, complete pnetration bc'oro tho throne Last ceutuiy a Per sian envoy refused to go through the de pradiiiK ordeal. Directions were given to tho officials to compel him by stratagem to do so. On arriving one day at tho en trance to the hall of audience, the envoy fonnd no means of going in except by a wicket, which would compel him to stoop very low. With great prcfcucc of mind aud considerable audacity the em bassador turned round aud entered back Ward, thus saving the honor of his coun try. Loudon Standard. Tha Pleaalna; Part. Fnddy How did you like Hammer ton in "Julius Casar" last night? Duddy Well, I can't say that he was altogether satisfactory iu tho earlier Scenes, but it was a real pleasure to see him dir. Boston Transcript. . The Andes delivered every even ing at your door at 10c a week. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. Woodland Joy. The increasing intensity of the at mosphere has made camp life a mujch agitated question, especially among those who enjoyed a few months' recreation last season away from the dust and heat, and out on the green with the canvas and trees as shelter on VandrofTs island and various other desirable refreshing places along the River Rock and elsewhere. Many are gathering their camping Eharaphernalia together to spend the eated months of July and August where the breezes of the streams will keep them cool instead of working their arms outof joint endeavoring to catch a Ureath of air with a fan. Among those who are soon to seek the delightful shade of Vandruff's island is Aid. W. C. Maucker and family, who are preparing for a couple of months' stay in the wood land. J Wonderful! Marvelous! are expressions frequently heard about cores affected by Clinic Kidnej Cure. Do not fail to try this great remedy for any kidney trouble. Sold at M. F. Bahnsen's drug store. The Abo us. 10c a week, delivered every evening at your door. KNOWLEDGE Brings comrort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly mv?a. The many, who live bet ter than others and enjoy life more, wi th lets expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's best products to the needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy, Svrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleas ant to the taste, the ref resiling and truly beneficial properties of a perfect, lax ative ; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers and permanently curhg constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical profession, because it acts on the Kid neys, Liver and Bowels without weak ening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drag-' gists in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is man ufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only, whose name is printed on every package, also the name, Syrup of Figs, and being well informed, you will not accept any substitute if offered. INTELLIGENCE COLUMN. WANTED A U)OD HOR-E SUOER. CALL oj S. Elisor, M.) iue. 117 ANTED -TO RENT BY A FAMl-Y OW two, a G-:oom co.tagc. Address T. crc of Abo s FO!t SALE THE n'l'ttTT OF W. D. Hawthorne. Ho. 4S37 Sixth avt-nne. Enquire on premises. COMMISSION AND AUCTION ALL KINDS of gooHg bought and sold, dirrocd nf either Hi t rotate silo i r at anct:on. Harris & Irvio, 1M I Second evenne. WANTED A PAKTNEK IN AN OLD Es tablished butinrpfl in KkIc Inland with $1,000 In c!i crMxiiHry. Will irn.rantce tS.WO per jiar for inTvsin.v&i. Adtlri'se X., this oir ce. n ANTED TWENTY LADIES AT ONCE TO do advcrciinir for the Va Camp Packing cmp.ry In Kick Island and Davenport; ralaiy from ihe start; experienced canvasser preferred. ddrol may call on joa. J. K. Mokr. Rock Inland. III. Oira Yoir Oion Tlvmt a :f are It Itntnd. Reidy Bros. Real Estate, Insurance and Loans. Boom 4, Mitchell & Lynde b'ng. Telephone 1002. B. WINTER, Wholesale Dealer And Importer of WINES LIQUORS. 1616 and 1618 -- . Third Avenue. i ( At the Gas A Stove Exhibit THE M. t& d: STILL LEADS. A Greater Variety than ever. Don't de lay. Call and make your selection at DAVID DON'S 1615-1617 Second ATenue. Innocence Personified They sat side by side in the shade of the even ing. He was pouring into her ear the tale of love, but she was unin- . terested, she cared noth ing for his affections, as her thoughts were of the delicious Ice Cream, Fruit Ices, Fountain Soda t Lovely Candies KEPT and SOLD at Krell 2 Math's Palace of Sweets. 1716-1718 Second ave. Phone 1156. and Watch Tower. Phone 1720. Try onr 35-cent cold lunch at the Tower. Men's White Linen White Linen White Linen Mrfntyre-lReck Dry Goods Co. 1709 and 171 1 Second Avenue, Rock Island, 111. A Continuation of the Great Clearing Sale. With an addition of man emphatic bargains a golden opportunity to make your dollars do double duty. " PRICE CUTS IN WASH GOODS. 20 pieces 29-inch full figured Lawns, value 10c, at6Jc 20 pieces new printed Dress Duck, value 10c and 12c, at 6c. Half wool Cballies. beautiful designs, mostly desir able dark grounds, worth up to 25c, at 12c. 15 pieces genuine William Anderson imported Scotch Ginghams, value 25c, at 14c. 25 pieces fine ligured Salines and Pongees, dark and light grounds, worth 15c and 18c, at 7jc. 200 remnants of new Wasb Goods at about 60c on the dollar. VAL. LACES. 5,000 yards Val. Laces, very latest and newest patterns just received and will be placed on sale this week at special prices. 2c val. Laces, per yard, 1c. 4c val. Laces, per yard, 2c. 6c val. Laces, per yard, 3c 8c val. Laces, per yard, 4c. Twenty-First Street Addition Fine Residence Lots in this addition For Sale on Easy Terms. This addition is located be tween Twentieth and Twenty-second streets and Tenth and Twelfth avenues, and nearly every lot in it has upon it a fine walnut, elm, hackberry, or other large tree, and is already provid. ed with abundant shade. These lots are in the Tory best part of the city, and the most desirable for resi dence purpose of any lota in the city. Apply to M. M. STURGEON, Attorney. Boom 21, lfltchll ft Lynd Blocr BUEEUE J. BUS, Real Estate nd Insurance. Buy, Sell and Manage property. Collect Rents. The old fire and time tried companys repre sented. Rates as low as any reliable company can afford. Tour Patronage is Solicited. . Office 1820, Second Av. Harper Boose Block. M. M. BRIGGS, 0 Real Estate. Insurance, Loans AND HOUSES TO RENT. Office 1612 Second Ave., Rock Island. Have on hand 40 lot In Sooth RocX la'and on ea.ytrr.a: jutt oataM tb etty llailta; rord water; low taxea, and chtap toraw ce Ten Inia on Ttai'ty-elghtb atrret nd fifteenth aveniio. A numberor pi cca of tropertjr la Um citj for le ani rent. SUMMER SPECIALTIES AT SPECIAL BARGAINS IN and Coats. Pants. Shoes. Straw Hats. Percale Shirts. Tennis Shirts. M MADAM KELLOGG, Will during the month of June make dresses at reduced prices. Perfect fit and neat finish guar anteed. For the Next 30 Days, $S to Pupils Taking Full Course. In Mme. Kellogg's System of Dress Cutting and Making. Former pupils are cordially invited to visit the school and profit by instructions in measurements and helpful talk upon scientific and artistic dressmaking every Thursday at 2 p. m. Mme. Kellogg, Ryan Block, Second Floor, Davenport Boys' Tan Shoes. Underwear. Wagon Umbrellas. H33 snap Shots. 200 Children's Parasols, natural and fancy sticks, only 12c. ' 400 Windsor Ties, each lc. Two lines of Ladies' Knit Vests, which we thought extra good value at 18c and 15c, haven't movveT to suit us, so the price drops to 10c. Nice all Silk Ribbon in satin and grosgrain with satin edge, from 10 to 12 o'clock each morning, or while the lot lasts, Nos. 5, 7, 9 and 12, per yard. 5c- value 8c to 16c. . 50 full sited white Bed Spreads, Marseilles pat terns, valne $1.25, at the absurdly low price of 69c. Ladies long Teck Scarfs for shirt waists, value 35c, at 19c. About six dozen more Shirt Waists with laundried collar and cuff, but slightly damaged, at 89c. SNAP THIS QUICK. To any one purchasing 110 or more worth of mer chandise at any one time this week we will present a 10-yard DRESS PATTERN FREE from any Wash Goods in stock up to aad including 10c a yard. It is just like finding a dress, or getting something tor nothing. LATEST NOVELTIES IN 0817 IK GOODS CAJT SB Mm AT E. F. DOR.V, The New Merchant Tailor. 1822 SECOND AVE Harper Hoaaa Blook Suits.