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TUB AROOa SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 1. 1PD4.
Bay a home of Reiilj Bros.
Se M. & K , for crhuol ahoc.
arc Uh Hoeiog & llocft.
llarjraina in Mother 'a Friend waixta
at M. K'a.
Ready for buninras. Who? Som
mor t IaVll.
Fpr all kind of school hooki go to
W. Trrfa A Co.
Don't ml m'id; the fall and win
ter otck at r'.mijfa.
Minn Sadie Cool has retarnod from
her visit to Chicago.
Thr-fll utaud the raoki-t thoic
new tchool abcs at M. & K.
All kinda of rhnol Umks and
Wank books at . Trt lz & Co's.
Mr. and Mm. J. Cohn leave for
Chicago tonight to visit relatives.
Monev to loan on real estate secur
ity. Apply at Jackson & llurl'a.
Cars will run through to Trooped
pirk on the Kliu street line Labor
Thorn Hufnrd. of St rani, is in
itinir his parent. Capt. and Mrs. T.
See the new reefer suits M. & K.
have placed on sale at $!.!:, fcM9
Have Ton seen the latest in fall
suitings If not. rail at F.mig's. the
tailor, and fee his line.
If you want a t-ttinning suit of
school shoes lor your loys, visit M.
& K., boys hcadtjuarters.
John Siedcnfuss, coojkt. Manu
facturer of kcg for beer, wine whis
ky, etc. .Wl'J Vine street.
Tho Rock Inland V Iavenport Fer
ry company armed its collectors with
lell punches this morning.
A souvenir go and get one a
pair of sn-pcnJt-r fur worth 35
to 'H at otuniers & IYcllcV
As a ttouvenir of the occasion, 15c
will bny a pair of suspenders wo.r.h
."5 to itte. at Somnier Ac LaVelle'a.
Ciu koo" Collins pent last even
ing in Hock N!rvnd and left for the
South this morning over the Peoria,
F.mig. the tailor, has jnst un
packed the linest line of fall and win
ter woolens that have ever been
shown in the city.
Fifteen cents for the round trip to
Overman's island Sunday, Sept. 2.
Tho boat will leave Kmk I.sland at
1:30. S:iHt and 7:3 J p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. SinnPt. Mrs.
F- ft. Spaulding and chill and Mn.
F.lixaelh hcarcr have rctnrned
from F.ureka Spring. Ark., where
' they spent the sunii.ier.
Low rates still prevail on the
steamship lines to F.urojK). but they
won't very long. Anyone wishing to
take aI vantage f tlii should call at
once at (rcorge 1. (juist's.
The prewnt editor of the Union
and the individual ho is giving him
iointers on iiiomt reform ought to
start out tngither. Jhey woulil
make an attractive jiair.
If the morning pnierkeet)s on peo
ple will lie afraid to go about the
streets of Hock Island after sundown
nles of conre accompanied by the
tnion s special emissary in the ecu
Mrs. Adam Schmitt died at 1:25
this afternoon at her homo. 1908
First avenne. after a short illness.
She leaves with her hnsband, a child
lft days eld. The grief-stricken hus
band will have much sympathy.
At the Tower last night there was
another band concert by Otto band.
the vocal rontriimtiona by J. T. Dal
ton twin sr. as heretofore, mneh en.
joyed, "The Fatal Wedding" being
given with particularly taking effect.
Ttomorrow at the Watch Tower
the attractions comprise James T.
Ihslton, who has become vcrv nopu
lar in selected songs, inelnding "The
Fatal Wedding" and "Sweet Marie,
Otto's band. 'Shooting the Chute
as the water toUiggan is termed, re.
It will lie noted with what care the
Union always seak of Mary Woods
now as the mleralle wretch. The
"dcfenselms woman phrase has been
abandoned entirely since it began its
reform .or fallen creatures, yet the
morning iaper still clings to gentle
suasion as the only method of dealing
Mrs. U. C. McCuIIoiigh tlietl yes
terday afternoon at 4:30 at her home
on fourth avenue, between lwentv
first and Twenty-second streets, of
inflammation of the bowels, aeed 35
years. The funeral was held from
Milan, whence the remains were
taken at 2 o'clock today. from the res
Irience of her brother, Lnos James.
It may not be a remarkable coin
cidence, yet it la one that has natur
ally caused comment, that the Union
always breaks out more ferociously
than ever during the dog days. This
year the city marshal felt it his duty
tospply a muscle. While it is still
barking and yelping at everybody la
town, it Is harmless. It is becoming
quieter every day and yoh won't
know it w as the same cuss in a short
The fall term of the Rock Island
Business university opens Monday,
Sept. S. Student are enrolling dai
ly, and a large attendance is assured
for the fall term. This school offers
thorough and practical instruction
in its various courses. Experienced
and progressive teachers have been
soenred. The facilities offered by
this school are not surpassed by any
other school of the west. Nltrht
school begins Mondav. Sept. 17. For
terms apply to J. C. Jacobs. 1901
Second avenue. t
Chief Sexton is in receipt of a let
ter from Chief Dcmmer, of Aurora.
n the eours& of which he informs
Mr. Sexton that M. itrennan, of Chi
cago, and the chiefs from Elgin. Ot
tawa, reoria and Klonruinirton. Soc
ial Police Kane, of the C. & A. at
Ch:cago, and Dawson, of the C, B. A
ii-. will also attend. The eltief of
Freeport has also signified his inten
tion of coming. Mr. Demmer fur
ther says that the outlook for the at
tendance from the northern part of
the state is excellent.
The fall term at An-nstana Bnsi.
ness college opens Wednesday, Sept.
1 uis moiicl school of bnsmess
training offers two very tborongh
anil practical courses of study, viz:
a course in business and a conrse in
shorthand. Its facultv is composed
of teachers who are eminently qutli-
i' i . . i f . , i . .
urn ior uieir proiessionai ouues. anil
who are untiring m their efforts to
secure practical results in the class.
room. Jn the matter of general
equipment, the institution recognizes
no superior in ihe northwest- All
wno mar nesirc to enroll are re
vested to do so at the opening of
Awarded Highest Honort
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Cope Cream of Tartar Powder. Fie
Wen Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
0 YEAJU TKlt STANDARD.
At Trinity chapel. Sunday school
ana even song ai 2:30 p. ni.
At the Second Baptist. Kev. E. J
iuninuisi, pastor. Services everv
Sundav at 11:30 a. m. and 7:30 n. m
A Tnnitv church, matins and
celebration of Holv Eucherist at 7 a.
ra. Sunday school at 9:15 a. m.
Even sons at 7:30 p. m.
At the Christian church. Kev. T
W. (irafton. pastor. Services at 10:45
m. and 7:30 p. m. Morning sub
ject, "The Christian Worker;" eve
ning. "The Parting of the Wars.
Sundav school at 9:15 a. m. Y. P.
S. C. K. at G:45 p. m.
At the United Presbvterian.
preaching bv the pastor. Rev. H. C.
Marshall, at 10: 15 a. m. and 7:30 n. m.
At the close of the morning sermon
the sacrament of the Lord's Supper
Sundav school at 9:30 a. m. Younrr
p-ople's meeting at C:45 p. ni.
At the Urst Methodist church.
Rev. F. W. Merrcll. pastor, will
preach at 10:45 a. m. on "Recon
dilation. In the eveninc at 7:15
Rev. Dr. Addis Allen will preah
Sabbath school at , 9:30 a. m
Young people's meeting at 7 p. m.
Ai uic central I'reshvterian,
Rev. John II. Kerr, pastor. Morn
ing subject, "The. Lord's Call to His
Church;' eveninc subject. "The Last
Sotc.in the Bible. Sundav school
at 9:35 a. m. Miss Irene Emory, of
Moline. will give a rejort of the
Cleveland convention at the Endeav
or meeting at C:45 p. m.
At the Broadway Presbyterian
Rev. . S. Marquis, pastor, wil
preach at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m
Morning subject, "Jesns and Nico
demus." Kvenine. "Helps Over
Hindrance in the Way to ('rod." Sun
day school at 9:15 a. m. Young peo
ple s meeting at 6:45 p. m. South
Park Sundav school at 2:30 p. m.
At the First Baptist, preaching
at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by the
pastor. Rev. C. E. Taylor. Ph. D
Morning subject. "I,essons from the
(Jreat Master;" evening, "The Signl
finance of Lite. Sunday school at
9:la a. ni., (J. I., vt imams, supcrin
tcm'.cnt. B. Y. 1'. u. meeting at
li:30 p. m. Topic. "The Church
Her Beauty and Security." leader.
the pastor. -Sundav school in the
Forty-fourth street chapel at 3 p. ni.
r. M. Sinnet, superintendent.
At the Grace English Lutheran
Forty-fourth street and Seventh ave.
nuc. Rev. J. L. Murphy, pastor.
Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:45 p,
m. Morning subject, "God's King
dom the Highest Good. The ad
ministration of the Lord's Supper nf
tcr the morning service. Evening
subject, . "Revelation and Reason.'
At 7 p. m. young people's meeting.
connrmaiion class organized at 4 p.
ro. Saturdarf and will meet at that
time every Saturday in the lecture
room of the church.
Importaat Mont at tUe V. M. C. A.
Commencing with tomorrow after
noon the Young Men's Christian As
sociation will make several changes
in the manner of conducting the
young men's meeting. The service
will be held hereafter at 3:3 J instead
of 4 o'clock, as through the summer,
and will be in charge of several com.
luiltccs, who will look after the wel
coming of visitors, ushcrintr, music.
etc. The meeting tomorrow will be
conducted by Carl Taylor, and will
he a workers' rally. All the mem
bcrs and gentlemen friends of the
association are especially requested
to ue present.
Members of the Grocers Mutual
Protective association ate requested
to close their respective places of
business at 10 o'clock on Sept.
Labor day. W. S. Macckeb, Pres.
Ciiatu.ES Oswald, Sec.
Qia-tt sunt ngmy Cmiim mm Vw Base
Cnrious living wonder in nreat
profusion are to be seen in the two
menagerie of'Barnum & Bailey'
Greatest show on earth, which is "to
exhibit here Sept. 17. Among them
a group of nature's most gigantic,
curious and dimidutive specimens of
animal. There is a full-sized and
perfectly formed hairless horse, its
glossy body dovoid of even a single
air. ana Which but lor the fact i
it being alive would seem to have
been carved out of stone. Another
queer-looking animal is a steer with
three perfectly formed horns, three
perfect eyea and three regular not
trils, but w hich, in all other respects,
corresponds to' the average animal.
Still another rare sight is the giant
ox, almost as big as some of the ele
phants, which stand six feet one inch
or 18 hands high, a truly mon
ster specimen. Bv way of con
trast to these- latter, are several
diminutive cattle, veritable dwarfs.
32 inches, or only eight hands hich.
the entire forming probably one of
ine most interesting and wonderful
collections of odd, gigantic and
strange living beasts ever seen. To
these have just been added two of
the most, remarkable animals on the
face of the globe a giant and giant
ess norma, utuko and Johanna.
whose fame has extended all over the
world. These wonderful creatures.
more nearly approach man in their
appearance and actions than anv
other animals known to exist, and in
their anatomy differ only in slight
respects. If these curious and rare
animals survive the changes of cli
mate in this country, they will prove
me greatest attraction ever seen
even m that world of wonders, the
greatest show on earth. Besides
these again there are savage beasts
w ho perform a- series of wonderful
tricks in harmony w ith milder crea
tures like sheep, dogs, goats, storks.
ponies anu monkeys, the whole ex
hibition taking place in an immense
steel-barred inclosure called an arena.
A weaponless trainer enters this
place and forces lions to ride upon the
oacKS or horses, harness others to
chariots with lion drivers, makes
boars dance, leopards, hvenas, pan
thers. wolves, tigers and other car
nivorous brutes play and ' perform
with timid lambs and' sheep and dogs
and goats. These arc but a few of
the new attractions of the show this
year, for there are 16 champion male
and female bareback riders, ho.sts of
aerialists, gymnasts, clowns and
acrooats. An etnnoioncal congress
of strange, savage, cannibal and
idolotrous tribes anil races of human
Iwings, an equestrain tournament.
real Cossack encampment, three
rings, two stages, race track, two
menageries, a midway and 1,000
other sights. All should see the new
street parade with the military uni
forms ol all nations and represents
lives of the crowned heads of the
The B., C. R. & N. railway will run
homcseekcrs' excursions Sept. 11,
Sept. 25 and Oct. 9. Tickets on sale
to points in northwestern Iowa
southwestern Minnesota and South
Dakota, at a rate oue fare, plus 1 2
for the round trio. Good 20 days
from date of sale.
Tickets at the above rate will also
be sold fo points in Kansas. Nebras
ka, Missouri, Colorado, Wyoming,
i tan, Montana, Jew Mexico, Mam
toba, Tennessee, Mississippi, Ala.
bama, Louisiana, Arkansas, Indian
Territory. Oklahoma and Texas.
Full particular will be furnished
by ticket agents. J. Mouton,
Gen. Tkt. and Pass. AgU
Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
X'mm It In Time.
catarrh 6tarts in the naral pas
sages, affecting eyes, ears and throat
and is in fact, the great enemy of the
mucus membrane. Neglected cold
in me neau almost invariably pre
cede catarrh, causing an excessive
How of mucus, and if the mucus dis
charge liecomes interrupted result
of catarrh will follow, such as bad
breath, severe pain across forehead
and about- the eyes,, a roaring and
bnzzing sound in the ears and often
times a very offensive discharge.
My ntrcam lSalm is the acknowl
edged cure for these troubles.
1IINHOW8 FOR BY W. U. BRAG DON
III an. a. -
m is ot iniiu ifcnuc.
ANTID Y" I'NO LADY AS CR8E AKl)
companion to lady itiva'id.
WANTED A OOOT) OIHL FOR GESIKAL
doum! wora at iiks rit avenue.
ANTED TO SELL HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
niire ai zchv r iliu-ana-a-tuiir arenas
IV ANTED-TO B3SROW 0t THOUSAND
rtol an at i per cent for Ave jeaia. Hood
tecnntT. AdruM III. lhii office.
8TKOLOG18T AND LIFE REAlBB; BI S!
i ne-s. I ehii a .a nrc leadinc. Fnrnartie-v
ln- call on or ldns! Dr. H. B. Esdjaoa. MOT
r iitu iTcnae.aocK isiana, ill.
WE OFKEB AGENTS BIG MONEY. IN XX
clou ve lerrlu.ry. ur rafea a-ll at tla-lit
lo el'T or country. Aeaxte flrni la Sell actually
guinea. One i;etit tn onr day cleared $61 W) So
enn you. l'roof and catalogue free Addm
Altitne Safe company. No. tMO-ATl Clark treetv
VITA KT " D AN AGENT- IN ROOK ISLAND
" arl ll other onoccnplad terrl'nry, for our
Electric Door (name) plate. houM nnmbera and
gnm. Kiadahle In the dark; 1 mflta 100 per
rem; agnra nuc aii 10 ia aaliy. write lor tree
eanple will yoaroarn name in. Hew ra com.
posy. 167 uearoora stntt. Cbioaso.
TO MAKt HQ MONEY 8KLI.INO OtlK
Metric leieMone. Heat aelier on earth
Sen. all complete renly to ect ap; lines bf any
dietance. A practical electric telaphone. Our
genu Baking to $10 a oy eaoy. Kverybody
buys. Big money wllluiat work. P neea low. 4 ny
one eon make IV 9 per monta. Addreaa w.
Harriwa Oe Clerk Mo. U. Csiaatbaa, Ohio.
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
1 6 1 5-1 6 1 7 Second Ave.
v Rock Island.
. . Present
The most acceptable, cheapest
and best present one that comes
within the reach of everybody
and this, of all years, fits the
pocketbook liest, is a bos of
KRELL & MATH'S
... or Chocolates
Special bargains in a fine line of
M PORTED BOXES.
Choicest line of Candy ever
offered in Rock Island.
We make a specialty of catering
to tho wants of persons intent
on giving a party or reception,
as our facilities are such that we
can famish the lincst 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 Seoond At.
Try a cup of oar coffee.
wfly. pin, e ' Kami.
rmmm imoliaaa He ma awe . ilhanM hw
from rMMMm m mu at-. aaiii
- mi aai. oor aaacie WewieO'y wta ,
uiun oa. "-hi bs.
Mclrityre-Reck Dry Goods co.
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 be the
law of the land in a very few days, yon will hear in
many quarters of the wonderful price reductions on
account of the new values under this new tariff. Mc-INTYRK-KKCK
CO. wish to say to every oue who
read this advertisement, and say it so loud that there
can be no misunderstanding, that they did not wait
for the passage tot a new tariff law li usher in a new
scale of prices. With us prices went down in ' the
spring; they have been going lower throughout the
summer and they will po still lower during the fall
and winter season, tariff or no tariff. With ns 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 other may ask, to be
ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST.
A Few Rock Bottom Quotations:
The Sour of the Shirt A prieeleos poo( It la. LI 'tea while oar en
tire orcheelr. play it tbie we. k.
. Any merchant c veils White t'nblewW Shirt for Mr. Tic or $1.
but not every one will fell a 7&r elurt for SUc, or sl hin for '.Sc. 1 hal
w jual nbat we will do thia week.
S dosen If ea'f White Calsa vdrkd Shirt-narrauted S. V.
muflle, 1IJ Inc I naa koaom, palest relaf. rccd bick, rentmt .ut t,,,
a roy al 7Sc yalee for 51c.
K oVtea Hfe m Waanaru onwlia, ill cHint Jitxa t-.ni, t r 4
ft Wirt at '.
BUoVBea Wlncer Shirt of good maelia, well aude, d.U? ,t t 1
I aicai yoac ana rriKurans. 1 aey bit wew an ana oagrtot t .
38 bat for this week the price will he ls.
W lice the superior workanafhlp on a I oar ehiru we ruu1,
the tu - e
A Midley-trhobar not bear J of the Royal How Sohkti. r. n ... t
by tboaeaad of women lo be the beet la toe market. We ant u
qilcklylairadacetheamRackl.land, to fur thw wexk we
nyeisecf ride clootie to ladite at, per pair. Si. Ttta m to p, . t ,
r ueemwc,andtai ia the laat time, we fell Aoder-ot, t
Zl hyr tTi- Gir thoma at. per yard. 1c. Act promptly, Uien :.. u
Yaa all hntw mhtt LotwJale Mudia ia. of enor-e. It,,, ,
world. Well, well eell t'rcereof It at Uyenl. f.af i; tI tlll., L,,
leea, t one ea.toeaer. and none to children. Three caare. iu ,.rJ.
W ene'omer. Will yia be one of taeai r
Brownie Pin are alt to-rafr, earavled onri eri'if. f,M
Sc f.e- theni S5c everywhere rlee.
A rew aeanftawMt of SUeer Belt Borklen, at Tic Utrat eu.-tl..
Slew DrcM Ooode opeatd p rrerjr dy .
Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 1711 Second avenue, Rock Island.
You Know o
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.
For One Week, Beginning Sept. ist, we
Offer You a
SPECIAL MSCQUDT OF TED' FES CEOT I
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 Housefnrnisliings.
G. 0. HUCKSTAEDT
Terms of payment easy.
TUUll ShOCS At &ucea Prices
We have placed on sale our entire stock of Gentlemen's
Shoes at greatly reduced prices.
$6 00 quality reduced to
4.65 " " .
2.90 " "
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 early. Don't delay.
Shoers and Clothiers.