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THE ARBU8. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 4, 1897, fte We Show re this afternoon and tmiliht; slightly cooler tonight; fair Tturs day. The barometer wm high (his morn ing the upper If bsieeippi vl 17 to Uirjnn. ItUJowmt in Now Mwho and UUb. Tba temperature bis chsngrd but little !n tE cut sections since yesterday ioce yesterday ,TJ. ; r, Otsjervez. Today's temperature, G. E. HUITT, CITY CHAT. Road Adam' ad. See Adams' $1 ad. Bjo.es vulcanizes tiros. Htnee repairs bicjclet. Fine ozforda 91 a pair. Adams'. Lee's Little Gem is the best broom. 69 cents for $1 oxfords at Adams'. Muscatine watermelons at Hor ton's. Cralle & Co.; stylish livery tarn out. - J. D. Da Shane, of St. PanI, is in the city. U. YV. Dosinberre has gone to Fittsbnrg. Carl Anderson left today for Ni agara Falls. Large battle of phosphate 15 cents at Honon's. - Blackberries, three boxes for 10 cents, at Horton's II. B. Sndlow and II. P. Greenough are in Peoria today. Mrs. Thea Dahn has returned from a visit to Des Moines. 69 cents for ladies' wine or black oxfords at Adams' sale. A. II. Bolton, of Omaha, is visit ing Book Island friends. Mascatine watermelons, first of the season, at Hess Bros'. John Linehan has gone to Chicago for a 2-weeks' visit to relatives. Misses Mame Hard and Delia Al lam left today for Niagara Falls. Call at Hess Bros', and get a nice cold watermelon right off the ice. The water works whistle will give a general alarm tor fire hereafter. Miss Emma Dolly, of Clinton, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Ann Doll.y Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pratt have re turned from their visit at Erie. 111. Ton will do well to attend the Gustos school of business at Moline. Miss Gnssie Strate left today for a visit at New York and Philadelphia. M. J. Buckley, of Chicago, is visit lug at the home of his ancle, Dan Corken. Mrs. C. W. Negus and son, Charles, left today for Chicago on a visit to friends. D. A. Malarkey, of Port Byron, left today for a visit to friends in New York. , Revs. Zatterstrand and Ilemborg have returned from a trip through Michigan. Jackson & Hurst have money to loan on real estate. Terms reasona ble and no delay. Assirnse Roseniield has resumed manufacturing at the Peaslee Shoe oompany'e plant. Miss Lizzie Hammer, of St. Paul, is visiting at the home of Mrs. Vogel en Nineteenth street. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Johnston left on the Yonng for the round trip to Burlington this afternoon. Robert Connelly, of Chicago, for merly night clerk at the Rock Island house, is visiting in the oity. For rubber tired traps and buggies order of Cralle A Co. Carriages with careful drivers at moderate rates. The promised swimming match from the Kock island bridge to Bui falo did not come off this morning. Jackson St Hurst have money to loan on real estate, lerms reasons ble and no delay. Hamilton Perry and Frank T. Du fva arrived home yesterday after a lu-dajs-up-river trip on the steamer, v erernauser. William Burke and Miss Bridget Woods, oi Kock island, were married yesterday at the county building by juage uucian Adams. F. O. Van Galder, of Sycamore. 111., editor of the Modern Woodman, accompanied by his twe children,' is registered at the Kock Island house Comic songs to make von laueh. dancing to keep you warm and ice cream to keep you cool on the excur sion oi tne Ladies' band and H. O. quartet, Friday night. F. K. Eberhart leaves Friday to join Sanger's Musical Comedy com pany to travel through Iowa, South Dakota ana Montana lor the winter. He is at present singing with Edi Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, Hold Medal. Midwinter Fair. DIX CDEAT.1 MPS A Pare Orspc Crtsai el Tartar Pewter. mm son's Entertainers for their illustra tions. State's Attorney Searle has accepted an invitation to deliver an address at the Labor Day celebration, to be held under the auspioes of the Moline la- da atrial Home association. Mrs. Cyras Dickson and daughter. Miss Margaret Dickson, of Philedel- Bbia, aunt and consin of Mayor T. J. ledill, Jr., are visiting at the home et the latter's parents in Milan. Adam Butler, a lather, residing at 1116 Seventh avenne, while at work at his trade yesterday accidentally Inflicted a severe rash on his right knee. Dr. Comesrvs dressed . the wounds. Milt Mame Roche gave a basket party at the Tower last evening ia honor ef Miss Margaret Kelly, of Dennison. Tex. Twelve couples were present and a most pleasant time was had. Oscsr Schmid and his sister. Miss Millie Schmid, left last night for Hamilton, Mont., where they will visit with Marcos Daly at Riverside Ranch. They will remain about a month in the west. Mr. and Mrs. H. X. Lienhard en tertained a party of friends at their home in South Rock Island last even- og in honor of Mrs. Longs worth and Miss Anna Ebey, who are visiting Dr. and Mrs. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Maxwell have returned from Wintersett. Iowa. from which point Mr. Maxwell has been running as special engineer on the Rock Island in place of the reg ular engineer, who has been ill for some time. The Tri-City Railway company was instrumental in bringing in 30 people from Cedar Rapids on an ex cursion for the Watoh Tower this morning. Quite a party also came down from Thomson via Fulton on the Verne Swain. Grand moonlight excursion on the steamer City of Winona and barge, by the German M. E. church Monday evening, Aug. 9. Tickets on sale at Marshall & Fisher's, J. Ramser's, Bowlby's music store and Thomas' drug store. Kt. sev. Henry Cosgrove, bishop of the diocese of Davenport; Rev. Thomas Mackin, of St. Joseph's church, this city, and Rev. James P. Kjan. oi at. Mary's cbureh, Daven port, left today for Peoria, where they will be entertained by Bishop Spaulding. The Herbert Opera company gave its first presentation of the comic opera "Olivette" at the Watch Tower theatre last evening to one ef the largest audiences that has yet wit- nessea ine entertainments. There are to be two more productions of Olivette" when "Fra Diavalo" will be put on. 1 he American Preservers' company yesterday sold the gluoose works at Uavenport, which had been leased and operated until now by the Dav enport Syrup Refining company, to me umcose bugar Manufacturing company for 1700.000. The deal was closed at a meeting of the stock. holders at the Tremont house, Chi cago. Quite a delegation of people left on the Niagara Falls excursion over the Rock Island ft Peoria read this afternoon. Among those from Rock Island were Mrs. H. C. Marshall, Mrs. L. M. Copp. Mrs. H. C. Cleave land, Mrs. A. P. Hartz, Mies Edith N. Kendall. Miss Stelok and Misses Mary and Eliska Parker, and W. A. Norrls, Benjamin Wilson and J. C. uardner. The public exhibition given by the paid fire department occurs at 7 o'clock tonight under the direction oi Assistant Chief tireene, of Chi cago. on Flat Iron square. The en ure department, including the two central details, as .well as the up town ana down-town companies, will be oalled oat, and the test will be in ladder, climbing running, hy drant attaching, water throwing, eto. mus Mary fettit entertained a number of her friends at a necktie pionlo last evening at Black Hawk's Watch Tower. Those attending were: John Koach. Dr. First, C. S. Spaulding, Fred Mcintosh, N. J woodm. Will Buster, Harrison Welch, James Moses; Misses Mary Welch, Millie Hillier. Loula Webb, Alice Campbell. Blanche Emery, Alice Grammer, Belle Pettit. The moonlight excursion given on tne steamer wtnona by the Daven port and Rock Island ohapters. Or der oi eastern Star, last evening. proved a very enjoyable and success, ful event. A large number of people took it in despite the threatening weainer, ana ine good snip reached home in safety just as the storm set in. The boat went down as far as Buffalo. Bleuer's band furnished mnsio, there was dancing and re freshments well served. Practise Eooaoaaj In buying medicine as in other matters. It is economy to get Hood's Sarsaparilla because there is more medicinal vaine in Hood's Sarsa parilla than in any other. Everv bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla oontains iuu doses an will average, taken ac eording to directions, to last i month, while others last bat a fort night. Hood's Pills are the only pills to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Easy ana je emcient. Sealed bids wanted for the nriri lege of conducting all stands and the danciog floor at the Labor Day cele bration in Davenport's pasture Sept. 6. All bida,must be in by Monday, Aug. . ine committee reserves the The Strength of Nature. Accorainsr to ue ancient mymoioev. wnea Reroutes wrestled with Antarns, every time be was thrown he jumped up again stronger than power from earth. Hercn- ever, gaining fresh every contact with the lea conquered him at last only by holding him in the air away from the source of bis strength, until he grew weaker and weaker and finally be came exhausted. Antaus ia a perfect symbol of mankind. Ka tnre is the real sourer of health and vigor. The closer we keep to Nature's laws the stronger and healthier we grow. When we get away from them we are sure to be overcome by weakness and disease. When sick ness gets hold of a man the only remedy to really cure him must be a natural remedy. It must work according to natural laws and bring him right in touch with Nature. Any unnatural stimulus or mere temporary "appetizer" does no per manent good to a person who is debilitated and "run-dowp." Ia these conditions the most perfect, nat ural strength-builder is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It acts directly npon the natural nutritive processes, and creates solid, permanent strength and vital force in the same way that Nature creates them. It capacitates the stomach aid liver to vitalize the circulation and feed the nerve centres with -pure, healthy blood. This is exactly Nature's way of curing nervous ex haustion, debility, insomnia, and ncuaalgia. uuncr the past Tears. Dr. Pierce's medicines have become recoenized standard remedies throughout the world. His Pleasant Pellets" are a perfect and per manent cure far constipation. Sister Eliza T.. de Falcon, of Corous Christ!. Nueces Co., Texas, writes: This is to tell yon that I have been ill for twentv-one veani and was finally cured by your medicines ' Golden Medi cal Discovery ' and Faorite Prescription.' I war completely cured after taking the medicine.' - OUR STOCK I Is complete, fresh, and of the highest grade. We sell quick, and buy every day. We have anything you wish for In the Grocery line We can furnish you with. Our prices are right also. Prioe else where if you wish, bnt see us before giving your order. Guarantee perfect and prompt de livery. WatteWatch And when It shows signs of Irregularity take It to Woltman, the Jeweler. A well selected stock of Jewelry always on hand at "live and let live" prices. High grade workmanship In repairing at reason able rates. WOLTMAN, 1808 Second Are BARGAINS IN School and Blank-books n fVK f7A HESS BROS.! g 1620 Second Avenue, k j Phone 1031. I AT Taylor's 1717 Second Avenue. Crescent Bicycles SKY HIGH. F you want the best Bicy cle on the market you should ride the CRESCENT. 1894 over 50.000 were sold 1895 over 57,000 were sold. 1896 oyer 70,000 were sold. Buy a Bicyole with a His tory and Beputation back of it. Call and examine the best line of Bicycles in the city at DAVID DON'S, Klft-ICIT 8BOOSD AVENUE. A Smile OF THE" BIGHT SORT is the cool, refreshing, spark ling SODA WATER SMILE you get at Krcll & Math's. It has saved many a person from prostration this hot sultry weather and prevent ed them from indulging In warmer smiles. Krell & Math's Ice Cream Soda Fruit Juices and Phosphates are rejuvonators. Krell & Math's 'Phone KM. - Ho. 1716-171S Second At. t Try one of our Fgg Phos phates or Superfine Lemon ades. They are great thirst quenchers. Semi All the $6. 5.50 Two Biggest Stores . . 11M17 West Davenport. Oooo "No Profit in These Shoes" . For us, but lots of profit to your pocket-book if you catch on to a pair of those S2.J0 and $? Ladies' Shoes we are selling at the uniform pnee of Same Way With Oxfords. It's dollars and cents to the woman who comes here for Oxfords. You don't need a fat purse, only a stray dollar or so. and you can fit your eye and foot both "cheap." GREATEST DOLLAR SALE OF THE SEASON -AT- ADAMS' Commencing on Wednesday morning and continuing through the week, ladies' Tan Oxfords in prices rang ing from 11.00 to i a pair, nil go in this sale for 1 Ladies' high Tan Lace, no better anywhere for less than S1.75, our sale price, ONE DOLLAR Same style In black goods go for ONE DOLLAR Our misses' shoes In Tans and Wines, latest styles, regular 11.60 grades, go for ONE DOLLAR IN THIS SALE Our immense fall stock is expected soon and must make room for same, there fore our cut-in-two prices. Ton will surely find bargains at ADAMS ' THIS WEEK. -Annual Shoe Sale Here we are again announcing our Seml-Annual Sale of Men's Fine Shoes. Perhaps you have been waiting for this. It includes all our Finest Men's Shoes. Strong & Gar field's celebrated make of hand-sewed tans, patent leathers, cordovans, etc. ($4) and 5.00 Grades The Finest Shoe on earth at $4. These shoes cost more to manufacturer than any line In the three cities. They are, also, finer than any other line shown by other dealers. You can take your pick during this sale at $4. It's one of our semi-annual shoe treats. You know what they are, you've attended them before. Second Street, DO YOU WAIST BARGAINS? IF SO CALL AT THE Fourth Av. Shoe Store We have arranged a bargain counter In our store, and thereon have placed a lot of bargains In children's, misses' and ladles' slippers and oxfords. Also high shoes In lace and button. We haven't the space to mention all of the great bargains we have for you, but Invite you to call and see for yourself, as we think you will find just what you want and at prices that will please you. PRICES LOW ON EVERY THING. FOURTH AVE. SHOE STORE. GEO. F SCUM ALE. 1601 Fourth Avenne. Eodi Island Savings Bank. live Per CentlPald on Deposits. Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or ReaCEstate Security. OFFICERS: ' 3 Bnford, Preeldent. Joha Orabaogh, Vlca President. t ei aawalt, Castries. . Bgaa bneiaeaa July s, 1990, and oecapr I S.B.eecMtcbeliaLrndVaBawbaUdlac. SLEVER8 CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS. Aliunde of works OFFICE AND SHOP All the $6. 1729 Second Ave:. 116 - Rock Island. BOSTON. Incorporated Under the State Lew. ROCK ISLAND, ILL. DIRECTORS: H 8 Cable, John CraoeafB. BP Hull, W Bunt, Jofaa Vol. W W11ane PbU MlicoeU. L ttlnton, J Malord, & ANDERSON. fleaenl Jobbing1 Son a short eaUoe ana aaMsfacttnei f erenta si 711 TWELFTH STREET. 5.50 and 5.00 Grades Two Best Stores 120 Eighteenth St, right to rejectany or all. bids. E. S. SHAvrxa, Secretary 40 YEARS THE STANDARD.