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THF, AKOtia FRIDAT. AUGU8T 31. 18W4.
Maicaline melons at Long's.
Insure with Ilneting & Hoeft.
Spriajj chickens at Hess liros
Choice celery at W. A. Khlcb's.
School caps (or 25c the London.
Oysters and celery at Hers Bros'.
lri'fied chickens at.W. A. Ehleli's.
Nice Michigan tenches at Ion's.
Crabsppies and plums nt Hess
Ovsters and celery at Ilrowncr &
Lima and firing beans at Hess
For nobbr hats the London is the
err fancy ct-Ierv at Weckcl &
. lrcssM chickens at Browncr's
Ifcmann plains by the basket at V
H.isket pwacbes must go at Wcrkel
See the Miller block in stiff hats
A nire line of California fruits at
The best t pants in Kock Inland at
New York pears for preserves at
. a. t.txmu a.
For the best 5cent kneo pants go
to me innon.
Crab apples and Damwn plums at
Boys knee pants from 10 cents np
at the London.
All the lastcst styles in stiff hats
at the tendon.
Fancy Siberian crab apples at
cckci x t assig s.
IWt miss seeing the fall and win
ter stock at Emig's.
Michigan peaches and Damson
pintus at Huss Bros'.
Misses' patent leather tip shoes
at inuy tiros .
The latest in fine hoys clothing at
Simon & Mosanfelder's.
For boys' school shoes trr our don.
key skin Dolly Bros.
Take a header into one of Llovd &
Stewart's new fall hats.
Dressed chickens at Buncher's
Sjencer square grocery.
I'rof. C. W. Foks and family have
returned from Virginia.
Paul Kersch is home from a 3
wecks' visit in the north.
Jersey sweet potatoes and extra
largo egg plant at Long'.
Kock Island-Moline vs ljuincy Sun
day and Monday, Sept. 2-3.
Marrtls of beauty, stvle and value
in LJoyd Sc Stewart s fall hats.
California peaches, pears, plums,
by peck or ba.ktt. at Buncher's.
New novelties in tine children's
suits, at Simon & MiMtnfelder's.
We are on top to stay Rock Island
Ti (juiucy Sunday and Monday.
Call and examine the new fall and
winter line of woolens at Emig's.
tM t . . . ...
j ue ursnnuc sea-on at iiirper s
theatre opens next Wednesday n!"-ht.
Sew goods received daily at the
Lionaon to lie sola at toe right price
The finest display of California
iron in the city at W eckcl & Tassig's
1'retty maid up to date is she who
wears Lloyd & Mew art s neckwear.
For the best all wool kneo pants
lor.tue. worm uotiwc. the London.
See our iron-clad men's parts war
ranted not to rip, for tl. The Lon.
Extra nuality of cider and grape
vinegar for pickling, at W. A. Eh-
Simon & Mosenfclder invite inspeC'
tion of their really nobby children's
Mrs. Patrick Loon c v. of Ottawa.
mother of John Looner, is in thecitv
(let your children ready for school
and bay them a pair of Dolly Brot
Your fall hat Don't forget Llovd
Stewart's; they have them at all
Do not fail to see the Sunday and
Monday ball games Kock Island va
Ladies' fonr-in hand ties are the
fad this snason. Lloyd & Stewart
Kev. R. F. Sweet has returned
from his summer outing at Clam
Mrs. Jamea Carl returned this
morning from Denver after an ex
tender! visit. J
I EjJs: plant, sweet potatoes, mm-
Awarded Zilch eat Honor
MOST, PERFECT MADE
A pure Crape Cream or Tartar Powder. Free
ton Ammonia, Alum or any Mber adulterant
P TLUtt T& STAND A&U
mcr squash, celery, Bermuda onions
Boys' stockings only 10 cents
Dr. C. C. Carter has gone to Keo-
kuk, towa, tor a lew days on profes
Michigan peaches bv tho basket
and all kinds of California fauit at
Browner & Co's.
The Misses Lncia McGuinn and
Lottie Uoseniie.ld have returned from
a visit to Chicago.
Suppose the Union begins with the
much abused Mary Woods in its re.
Combination suits, coat, two pants
and cap, just tho 'thing for school
wear. The London.
New st vies, new noilom, nu;..
- - .. ! MirV1
than ever, at Simon & Mosenf elder's
Your choice of any Mother's Friend
shirt waists (laundered) in tho house
for 60c the London.
Have you seen the latest in fall
suitings? If not, call at Emig's, the
tailor, and sco his line.
Let us have the first link of that
chain. Mr. Union. The public is on
the tiptoe of expectancy.
Harry Smythe and family have re
turned from a mouth's camping
about two mile above Cordova.
J. E. Montrose returned from the
ceashro lat evening. Mrs. Mont
roe stopped in Chicago for a short
The fall and winter stock of boys'
ami men's winter clothing now ready
for ins-peotion at Simon & Mosen.
Come and see our suits and extra
pants for boys, S to 15 years, for $3.
The best goods for school wear the
The Union disappointed the public
this morning in failing to present
the examination of the lirst link of
Sommers & LsVella will Kurn
only the correct thing in hats, bnt
also clothing and furnishinjr goods.
Open Sept. 1.
An extra coach mlnrna thn mar r
the Feoria train these rinra nn
count of the fair at AVyoming and the
jttvi-n m a curia.
Era. jr. the tailor, h
packed tho finest line of fall and win
ter woolens that have ever been
snown In the city.
Next MondaV school heo-ina. Plaoa
one of Simon & Mosenfclder's nobby
school suits on yonr boy and have
him look presentable.
Just received n lnrrra Lit nf l.-t.-
and child's suits, iust the thi nrr f rT
school wear at prices no on can
Rock Island Vft Oiilnor T-.rt.
games Mondav, Labor dav. First
game at 2 p. m. and seconlgame at
4 p. m. Don't fail to attend.
Julv tO Search. Anirnst tr Irr Son.
. t r- .. - f
tfimbtr to tell if you live or die, but
if you do the latter act, you will not
need any of Llovd & Stewart's new
lilU Utt L 9 .
Unclassified nnnilj in tl.n 1i;rk
school will find it to their advantage
to report to the principal on next
Monday afternoon that thev mav
have definite work.
Low rates still prevail on the
steamship lines to Europe, but they
won't very long. Anyone wishing to
take advantage of this should call at
once at George L. (joist's.
The Misses Marie, Charlotte and
Blanche and Amhrmo Pi.m,,' :
have returned to their . home in Chi
cago, after a most delightful visit
with relatives in Kock Island.
The Union seems to favor gentle
sunion iu ueaiing wun ine lawless
ness it so ferociously condemns. The
Union's idva would accomplish won
ders with such "defenseless" "yet
notorious" creatures as Marv
Crop Correspondent Campbell's re
port to the department of agricul
ture for August places the avera"e
condition of corn at 50 per cent; rye.
85; oats, 90: potatoes, 45; apples, 0;
grapes, 100. The shortage of water
for stock is commented ujon.
On Mondav. l.nlinr ilr ;n
have two games of ball in the after-
noDu. i ne nrsi game will le called
at 2 p. m. Admission for ail attend,
ing the first game will be 60 cents.
Those attending the second game
will be charged the usual admission.
Chris Sarsgard, a young man from
Davenport, was riding a horse in
Rock Island last evening, and when
near the C. R. I. & P. dnnnt tho ..!-
mal slipicd and fell on him, injur-
u- nun pmen nai. j ue la vcn port
patrol wagon took him to his home.
Surveyor of Customs J. K. John
ston, has reeeirpd riiriiiinnii (mm
Secretary Carlisle to the effect that
the treasury department has decided
to be governed by the ruling of the
ureiue coun, wuicn entitles to the
benefit of the now rt nit
nv . . m n 1 1 n , VI
ofds held in captom custody on
Preston Leb&rh nr1 r r.
Dichl were married vesterdav at the
German Lutheran church. Kev. C. A.
Mcnnicke nflictminir Tho rrrm t.
a popular plumber of Roek Island,
while the bride is ope of Rock
island most highly respected young
ladies. After m. ri f ww4.i;n.. ..-
- v u a i u MtJ VI K
the yonng couple will make their
home in Rock Island at ilm rymnw.
The Union, which lint f.. vn.-.
- w - HUM a D
ago was condemning the entire town
as rotten, is now singing to Chief
Sexton a new refrain of its own Compo
sition entitled, "Deal Gently with the
Erring." While ostensibly it is a re.
bllkp for tllA ptlioPa riirnfn'ti.
likewise constituted as voicing the
Union's personal feelings at this par
A night bell boy at the Harper who
uuuuiresi ocen reading dime
novels, etc., imagined he saw high
waymen and bandits about the hotel
and he armed himself with a revolver
ior me purpose of cleaning them ont
Last nip-lit he 1i1xd k. .i
ley fence on the west side of the coait
in the rear of the hotel and ik imi.
let barely escaped an officer who was
m1 : .i .i .....
r""""g me auey. 1 ins morning
Proprietor Montrose disarmed lh
t In calling attention to their new
arrivals in bovs' wearinir aitnorol XI
&v- J s il
K. mention quality with especial
Iiiud. his me iunuamcntal prin
cipal of their business t.n soil tho
best goods only. Don't matter
Wnetlier VOU make a Ki. loot inn frnm
the finest or their chcacr grades
yomare boond to get a good article.
All they ask is an opportunity of
provinrr their claims hv lna'inrr
their new fall productions to fneak
for tkniuonlrA. .
Joseph 'Valentine, of S.m Fnn
Cisco, vice tiresidcnt of thn Ini.m,.
tional Iron Moulders1 nninn on.l
of the most intelligent labor leaders
in nie country, is paying a visit to
the labor unions in RocL- Ulfimi t,.i
Molinc. Mr. Valentine reiorts busi-
Tn,... I V a . 1 . - .
j;rauuaiiy picsing up all through
the west, and his observations wr.
rant him in believing the coming
winier win witness a comidete re-
cuiuiioii iu an industries.
Mrs. Harriet II. Sen it fir,,n.
resident of Tort Byron and Canoe
creek townshins. diod at th ro;.
dence of her dantrhtor Mrc i;i..n
nanna, at xaies centre, Kan.. Tues
day, aged 85. The remains were
brouffht to Kock Isllnd. BPonn.nn,.io.l
bv Mr. and Mrs. Mill on llanna and
interment occurred yesterday from
tuam, ttcv. ue Alundrnni
OluCiatintT. The deCfasod waa ornot
ly beloved by manv of our old pio
neers Who known hor dlirinir lior r.a
i'lence in the countv.
A RK YOC IN NKSDT
waut a cook
Want a irnor
Want a situation
ant to root room
Want a rerrafit girl
Want to sell a farm
Want to Mil a boom
W"ant to exchange anything
Waut te toll booMlM.ld sooda
Want to make any real estate loans
Want to sell or trade for anything
want to find customer for anything
USK TH2SE COLUMNS.
TB3 DAILY AKGrs DBLTVEBKD AT YOUR
a.ior erery erenins; for 10c per week.
MIHSOWS FOR BALK BY W. H. BRAG IK) S
Mt OAl - !..rnt
AXTKO-A RIRL FiR fiESEEAL HOUSE
w"r, it i wrni j-rniru street.
JsXTEP A GOOI f?RL FOR GESEBAL
uuukc wora ai rim avenue.
TOR SAL CHEAP. FOR CASII-ENOYCLO-L
pecTa Britun- lea, Z lis' Encyclopedia et.
n'ANTEO-TO F.ORROW OVR THOUSAND
dol are at fix tier rent for five yean. Good
tecuruy. AdiY Y as, unr ofllre.
IITANTD AN AREwr TV vnrir mi in
Jy ami nil other unocco pied territory, for our
EIecttlcDKir(name) plate, honoe nnmbim and
ftcn. Readable in the dark; jroflta luo per
cent; apcrita make ST. to $15 daily. Write for free
- - . . ...i uBiuc iu- .ifw era com
paoy. 167 Dearborn stret t. Chicngo.
J E. Montrose, Manager.
Wednesday Night, Sept. 5.
FISHER & SCOTT'S Con
COLD DAY an d . .
CHIP 0' THE OLD BLOCK CO.
Two (operate compan'en giving two rep
aia'e romrxLes n tte rame nlng. one
curoedy following the other, for one ad
miafon. ALL THE LATEST SOXGS
NEW AND SPARKLING MUSIC
This fa the novelty of the noth
ing like it before. Secure yonr teata
early. Diora np-n at 1 sharp; perfoim
ance begina at, 45.
CIIAS. T. KINDT, Manager
WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAT
ME. T. DALTON.
THE FAVORITE BARITONE
The Popular SoBca.
'In Happy Moments,1 from Maratana
The Girl I Left Behind,"
"A Father's Love." etc.
Balloon Ascension and Para
chute Leap Sunday.
OTTO'S BAND. Admission fas
The above is the lead
ing washer of the world.
With it the washing of a
large family can be turned
out in TWO HOURS.
It is a
VERY EASY WORKER
Call and examine it at
DAVID DON S
1 6 1 5-16 1 7 Second Ave.
. . Present
The most acceptable, cheapest
and best present one that comes
within the reach of everybody
and this, of all years, fits the
pockctbook best, is a box of
KRELL & MATH'S
... or Chocolates
Special bargains in a fine line of
Choicest line of Candy ever
ottered in Rock Island.
We make a specialty of catering
to the wants of persons intent
on giving a party or reception,
as our facilities are such that we
can furnish the linest and danti
est of refreshments and the most
palatable cakes and pastry. Our
brick ice creams and fruit ices
cannot be equaled in the three
cities, and we pride ourselves on
the fact that we can please you.
1716 and 1718 Second At.
Try a cup of our coffee.
Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns the best in the world.
The New Tariff Bill.
Now that the new tariff bill has passed both
branches of congress and will in all probability Iks the
law of the land in a very few days, you will hear in
many quarters of the wonderful price reductions on
account of the new values under this new tariff. Mc-INTYRE-UECK
CO. wish to say to every one who
reads this advertisement, and say it so loud that there
can be no misunderstanding, that they did not wait
for the passage of a new tariff law to usher in a new
scale of prices. With as prices went down in the
spring; they have been going lower throughout the
summer and they will go still lower during the fall
and winter season, tariff or no tariff. With us the
problem is simply one of selling goods at the lowest
possible margin of profit, giving our customers every
benefit of the lowest prices. It is a principle of our
business, no matter what prices others may ask, to I
ALWAV8 TIIK CHEAPEST.
A Few Rock Bottom Quotations:
.i-Ti?0? of. "8h'rt-A price! aonS It la. LMca while oar en
tire orchealra playa it this week.
Any merchant ran aell a Whit Cnhbtrhrd "Mrt fur SOc. Tie or tl
6oaemitr'. White Va Ian adrle4 Mb trl a a arratiUa jj. y
' "oawaa, amictn retarr-d l'K,wtrtu
a ra?ai .nc Taloe Tor i tc.
d a Sli na-W aanaatla nn.lla. turn ei,t iut, .
ft .airl at Pe. "''H
&0 eV u-a Wiarar SblrU nt (oo aia.lla. , 11 mo,. rt.
l-atrat yoko ana relnoreln. They are a arw 1 nrM tl
JS5, Hat for I liia week tht prica will be !.
lice lae aop.-ri.ir worknan.hlp ua a oar blita-m.. .
theti. "l ruar.t,w
A M dley-Wbo haa sot bear j of tb. Hoyal IW . un.. t f
bytbocaandsorwoaaealobe the beat la the muk-1. , ,
Olirklv Inlradnrft tha ! n-k l-i A . . -.
ay aiae of aide elaatlc to tedita at, per if. Tt,l, M M
f nee tnaee. and (hi. ie tbe W Andor..., f
Zjhjrt5cGirSnBiiwat,pcrard. tt. Act proiuimy.
raahftiribeia. . rc ,
Yoa all ka-rw a hat LoaadaM Mitalia
tC Of tTVltlf-mkM It.
world. WelL well aril rre.
m, oar caioaieT. aaa at ae to children. Ttatee caa-.-e
Uratoaiers. Win yna tieoac of tbeair
Brownie Pina are all tb race, enaaieled am e,.eeui,r . . v
efurthea-Sceerywbreeb. i-V. rW
A r aaNainw I .I 811m. a.i r.-li . .
'- ic. lateat jrtitiirt a
Mew Drert Good opened every day.
Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 1711 Second avenue. Rock Island.
You Know .
A Bargain When You See It
All we ask you to do is to look over our stock.
We know that you will appreciate a bargain when
you see it.
ay. anaar ronatr, hack:
uw prooai aaa luo-paa
US) nvaa Bcofl.curad Jrme by aMil. When HABpnaaa
aaa Barearifaa. 0r Mss-io mm
aaaitiialr aara. COUS KXaLul OB. Ckkaaa, M.
For One Week, Beginning Sept. ist, we
Offer You a
SPECIAL DISCGDEJT OF TS9 FE3 EOT
On Parlor Suits and Couches.
These goods are all our own make, fresh and new. We wish in this
way to call your attention to our Fall Styles in
Furniture, Carpets, Stoves and HousefurnisWnp.
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT
Terms of payment easy. 1809-18I1 Second Avenue.
TUn SIlOCS At Reduced Prices
We have placed on sale our entire stock of Gentlemen's
Shoes at greatly reduced prices.
i$6 oo quality reduced to
5.00 " " "
2.85 quality low shoes reduced to
It is safe to state that we have decidedly the finest stock of gentlemen's Tan Shoes in this
vicinity, and with the liberal reductions in price all will be sold, and quick at that. If you are in
terested call earlv. Don't delav
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of handling lawlessness, it may be