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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20.
Reefer suits at M. A K.
M. 4c K. for underwear.
Reefer mits at M. A K.
M. ft K. for underwear.
M. K. for underwear.
Juvenile suits at M. A K.
Fall OTercoats at M. A K.
M. A K. for fall overcoats.
The Ferris suit at M. A K.
Sweet cider at Hess Bros'.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
M. A K. for boys' novelties.
J. E. Montrose is in Omaha.
Overcoats for fall at M. A K.
Combination suits at M. A K.
Insure with Huesinjr A Hoeft.
Noveltiei for children M. A K.
Oysters and celery at Boucher's.
Oysters and celery at Iless Bros.
Natty children's suits at M. A K.
Lettuce and spinage at Hess Bros'.
Spring chickens and ducks at Hoss
John Gait is reported much better
California pears and peaches at
Choice peaches by the basket at
Hess Bros .
Downing at Harper's theatre to
Bartlett pears by the peck at
Browner A Co's.
New York grapes by the basket at
Browner A Co's.
John Looney came down from Ot
tawa this morning.
Tickling pears, quinces and Ponnd
Sweets at Buncher's.
Choice bulk olives, 20 cents per
quart, at Browner A Co's.
iHslaware Muscat grapes by the
basket at Browner & Co's.
Money to loan on real estate secur
ity. Apply at Jackson A Hurst's.
George Frysiogcr and son Edward
left last evening for Eddy, New Mex
ico. M. A K have just received an im
mense shipment of fall and winter
The banks of Rock Island and Mo
line will close for the day tomorrow
afternoon at 1 o'clock.
Miss Lucia Mackenzie is the guest
of Miss Anne Kuford. pending her de
parture for Burlington.
Richard the Lion Hearted" will
be enacted by Robert Downing at
Harper's theatre tomorrow evening.
A lecture on Fools" by cne, who
is by no means a fool, by P. S. Hen
san, at the Y. M. C. A. auditorium
Hard wood at special prices for
tnis week at r.. B. AHKoun s coal
vard, corner Fifteenth street and
C. C. Mclntyre, of Oskaloosa.
passed through the citv last evening
on his wav to New York, accompa
nied by b's son, Willie.
The sail-boat found by William
Darrah opposite the foot of Fifteenth
street, proved to be the property of
11 T . . . T
John V. Dauber, of Peoria, accom
panied by Misses Brochazkaand Eer
ier, of that place, arrived in the city
yesterday on a visit to his parents.
Aid. and'Mrs. V. Dauber.
Tremann & Sons have something
prettv nice in tne butterme line in
the famous Armour brand, and
which fully equal the best of the
genuine butter, and far excels much
Henry Carse returned last evening
from his visit to Pittsburg, where be
attended the Grand Army reunion
Mrs. Carse and son arrived borne
Sunday night, Mr. Carse being de
tained in Chicago ty business.
The Young People's Literary circle
of the Christian church assisted bv
the Y. P. S.C. E., celebrated the first
anniversary last evening at the
church. Ad interesting program was
presented, refreshments were served
and all enjoyed the occasion.
Thousands of people are looking
I amorniaward. Tbey want to know
where to go to raise fruit and how to
travel cheaply and comfortably. For
full information to these questions.
address, Calnornia Bureau oi In
formation, lock bos No. 1, Cedar
The Centrals were called to Twen
tieth street and Fourth avenue by an
alarm last night about 9 o'clock, the
old frame building on the northwest
corner, owned by E. . Uurst, being
reported on fire. When the place
was reached there was nothing to do.
The alarm was earned br tome soot
burning in the chimney.
Observer Wals furnishes data con.
cerning the weather daring the
month of October for a period ot 23
years, daring which time the nor
mal temperature was 52; tne warm
est October being that ot 1879, with
an average oi 61; tne coldest that oi
1887, with an average of 48. The
average number of cloudy days in
that time was 11; partly cloudy, 11;
Dimock, Gould A Co.. of Moline,
are clearing away the debris of the
building wrecked by the explosion in
their dry kiln on Saturday afternoon,
and will rebuild as soon as possible.
It is quite likely that they may make
some chanires and improvement in
the new building. The one destroyed
had been in use for 15 years. Both
of the injured men are getting along
as well as could be expected.
According to one of oar traveling
salesmen, a farmer on a Peoria pas
senger train which was pulling into
Osco yesterday, who wanted to alight
at a crossing, got off backwards, and
turned about seven summersaults be
fore he struck terra firma. When
the fellow pulled himself together
and got up he was hatless and with
out his satchel, both ot which lit
about a half mile the other side ot
While Robert fn1 va tavtn
some baled hay hauled from the Mil
waukee depot to his storehouse on
First avenue and Fourteenth street,
this morning, the front axel of one of
the wagons broke. aa SpMnd ron n a
r-, . .......,
was being crossed in front of the
iwoca isiana nouso, me nay being all
thrown on th attvpt Mr trV Kn
was gathered up before any delay
was caugi-a. uucKiiy me driver and
horses were uninjured.
Awards i Hicbeat Boson
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
Iran Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
P Y1AJU TIB STANDARD).
Sept. 31 Estate of William E.
Woodward. Dedtmaa issued to H.
M. Chase, justice of the peace, Powe
shiek county. Iowa, to take the depo
sitions of Milton G. Mills and Leffert
Mills, necessary witnesses in
proof of execution of will of deceased.
za. bstate of John S. Smith. In.
ventory filed and approved.
Estate of William E. Woodward.
Depositions ot witnesses in proof of
execution of will filed and approved
and will admitted to probate.
conservatorship ot Henry Thorn-
sen. Elsabe Thomsen appointed
conservator under bond of 112,000.
Estate ot Grace C. L. Meigs. De
positions of subscribing witnesses in
proof oi execution of will filed and
approved and will admitted to pro-
Special Train to Uav port Races.
On Sept. 25. 26, 27 and 28 the Chi
cago, Rock Island A Pacific road will
run a special tram to the Davenport
mile track, leaving Moline avenue
depot at 1:10 p. m., returning after
Tat ExtenMve Railway Project.
The double-track air line from
New York to San Francisco, which
is being contemplated bv the At
lantic A Pacific Railway Construction
company, which was mentioned in
detail in Saturdav's A kg its. has
reached this city in the way ot a tel
egram to Mayor Medill yesterday.
irom ice f resident v llliam Dallin,
asking him to call a meeting of
about thirty of our business men this
evening at 7 o'clock, to discuss the
proposed project. The mayor turned
the matter over to President Carse,
of the Improvement association, ten
dering him the use of the council
chamber. Mr. Carse, therefore, re
quests that all businesa men inter
ested in the growth and prosperity
of Rock Island meet at the council
room at 7 o'clock prompt, this eve
ning, to hear Mr. Dallin's views on
the contemplated construction.
Richard tha Lion Hearted."
Robert Downing is adding to his
histrionic laurels this season by his
splendid production of that great
play. Kichard the Lion Hearted." in
which he will be seen here assisted
by Eugenie Blair and a large compe
tent company ofplavers on Thursday
next. Air. Uowning is known to be
a generous manager as regards the
Character of his support, his scenery,
costumes and stage accessories.
The policv he has followed of striv
ing to give people the full value of
their money has reaped its reward in
a large and constant patronage. As
Mr. Downing is a great favorite here
it is certain that be will be greeted
Dy a large audience.
It is very amusing torea-ltbevario'as
comments made when some voting
privilege is aocorued to women.
"Now, " says some enterprising journal.
"let us se if the womeu will take ad
vantage of the favor thrown out to them.
If the majority of them don't want the
privilege cf voting, why should we
bother to give it to the few who do? We
don't need more voters, but more intel
ligent ones!" This being so. how many
men would have to come off the list of
American voters? It is a cuestiun of
right and wrong. In anv "intelligent"
country intelligent persons are sappoFod
to govern. Intelligence has no sex, and
its rights should be respected wherever
found Tae voices and work of a few
thoughtful women will do a great deal
to counteract the influence of "bought
up" votes of the masses tf ignorant male
citizens. Boston Ideas.
A Beanarfcable AcblnaMt ia Railroad
affairs was the running of the Exposi
tion Flyer, the famous 24-hour train
between Chicago and New York, via
the Lake Shore route, in service dur
ing the World's fair. A handsome
lit ho-water-color of this train may be
secured by sending 10 cents in silver
to C. K. Wilber. Western Pass. Agt,
Fair weather and warmer; brisk
southerly winds. Today's temper
ature, b. r. J. vyaxz. Observer
Parks' Cough Svrup cures coughs.
colda and consumption. Mrs. Cath
erine Black, ot Le Roy, N. Y.. ears
I took one bottle of Parks' Cough
Syrup. It acted like magic. Stop
ped my cough and I am perfectly
well now." Sold by Har A Ulle-
Wellesley girls found skirts much "in
the way" when boating on the lake and
finally discarded them altogether in
their rowing shells, their substitute be
ing a very modest and tasteful adapt a
tion or a gymnasium suit
Rudy's Pile Suppository ia guaran
teed to care piles and constipation
or money refunded. Fifty cents per
oox. send stamp lor circular and
free sample to Martin Rudv, Lancas
ter, Pa. For sale by T. H. Thomas
and Harts A Bab n sen, druggists,
bock isiana, m.
A nunu case or naorsT ccbsb.
Jao. Maiao. Bse.
Ao. ft tlcLean St, MtL
Adam, CintimtaU. (X,
writ re: I took alck
with dropsy, lost my ap
petite, could not steep,
became feverish: always
thirst r, lost all strength,
stomach became pain
ful, breath short and
bad to give up work.
The beat phrnctana ia
Cincinnati, failed to
help me. My bicbe and
body were awoUea to
enonnone size, and I
was auCerinp terrible
.Inn Hmn Waft """7- 1 oociors au
job auixon, esq. Mld t .id not vrU
again, that I was liable to drop dt-ad at any
moment. My wife sent for the priest, to pre
pare me for death. While waiting for death,
1 remembered reading of your Uotorn Medical
Discovery.' and thought I would try it as a test
none, when I had taken three bottlea. I waa
almost well. The swelling entirely disappeared
and I was soon able to resume work. My
health t better now than it has been la
twenty -five year.'
RSJ TOTJ IS SKKDT
Wast a enok
Want a partner
Want a aitsatioa
Want to rest room
Waal a errant girl
Want to fell a farm
Want to aril a booe
Want to exchange anything
Want to eil fcocsebold goods
Want to make toy real estate loan
Wast to Mil or trade for anything
Want to Cad customers for anything
USE THXSS COLUMNS.
ibi daily abgfs dkliyxhkd attocb
. door every evening lor lue per week.
R RKNT-JTirK. tleasant furnished
rooms. IS',0 Third av-rue
TTANTKD A BOT TO TAK CARK O?
oorae morning only, a: IS37 Mx:u trennc.
MRS. C A. WtSTtELL, CLAIRVOYANT. PST
cboinetrivt. Bneineep and Ten Mediom.
ketdine dally from 10 to 4 it 1507 Fifth avenue.
TVC!rD OS 6CNDAY HORNISO. A LARGS
A eall Boat cannzed. n latircin the Kixii-in
pi. which owner can hire by call ng at Aauua of
fice and paying aU cos s, ,
T?OR RENT A NEW HOT'S E. TSIN ROOMS,
17 with aH tne modern itrproTeTneot, at the
Apply to Mayer Rownfleid.
WASTED A SMART, ACTTYK, WELL
dreeeed rentlemmn can obtain a firat claM
and tedT tnnmon with advancement, by apply-
me n 1X7 t inn arcane, arter n p. m., or .before
o -0w a. m.
SCIENCE OF THE PLANETS IT GIVES A
corre't diagnori of dieeaae. delineates char
acter, tell o: encorgf or failure in bnlne
baticfled natrons mi be.t advertisement. Call or
aaireea witn stamp. Ur. . H. Eudy, 2307 Fifth
avenue, ttoca isiana.
H7ATT-D AN AGENT TN ROCK ISLAND
Vf and all other nnocca pied temuiry. for onr
Electric Dooriname) nlaU!. bone nanhm knd
signs. Readable in the dark; jroflta 100 per
cent: agents make Is to f !5 dallr. Write fur free
sample witn your own name in. New ra com
pany. i7 xtearoorn strett, (.Tiles po.
The Place to Buy Stoves
is where yon can get a fall
assortment to select from.
I keep the largest assort
ment of STOVES in the
west, and prices to suit all,
having now in stock three
hundred stoves of the lead
ing grades for hard and soft
coal or wood:
1615-1617 Second Ave.
J E. MontTOM, Manager.
Thursday Night, Sept 27.
Only Appearance This Season.
Supported by the strongest and moat
complete dramatic company now before
the public, in a grand scenic production
of bis new play.
Richard Lion Hearted
Prices 25, SO. 73 a ad SI. Beats on sale at
Harper Hoase Pharmacy Taesday, Sept. IS.
MRS. S. SMITE
The Chicago Milliner,
Will open on or about
Oct. 6, a first class
In the new store now being
erected especially for her at
1805 Second Avenue, one
door west of Woltman's Jew
Wait for the Opening.
It Tickles . .
The taste with a tooth
some twang; makes folks
long for a palate as wide
as a town lot.
Fresh, Crisp and Dainty!
Are the expressions drop
ped about our Candy
wants a bite; everybody
can have one. Glance
your eye in our window
and see the finest line of
Home Made Candies ever
made in Rock Island.
Party Supply House.
KILL & IMS
1116 and 1718 Second At.
J-Oysters served in any style.
Mclntyre-Reck pit Goods co.
Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns the best In the world.
The carpenters hare rattled and hammered this
week, and made a horrible noise. We don't propose
to let them make it all this week we intend to make
a noise on Dress Goods, and we invite your most
prompt attention this week. Free wool cuts no figure
in our calculations. We have so badly discounted
free wool in making prices on Dress Goods, that we
are today SO per cent under the free wool basis.
To stir things op, and to have every woman who
likes nice Dress goods for the least money examine
our superb fall stock we offer this week:
SS pieces extra tatsh. Sonata fold Drew Flannel, strictly all wool
and always sold at tan, at per yard only 16c
to pieces esrtrs SaUh. SS tnea wide, an Wool Flannel, elegant sttaea.
wo-tA eOc, fur per yard, only SSe.
15 pieces of SS Inch Checks, rales 48c. they go at S1&
pieces of s-lnch II lit area, value frc they t3 st Sis.
IS pieces Two Toned Fancies, worth 13c, tbey t at 10e.
These quotations and others still better, which you
will find on our counters, should be sufficient, but to
make things as easy as possible, we make the follow,
ing offer for this week only: Anyone purchasing a
pattern of eight yards or more at 42c per yard or more,
will be entitled to the linings for 19c as follows:
All For 19 Cents.
Read wry word carefully money saved rj-v.
2 yards Silisia.
6 yards best Kid Cambric.
1 yard French Cambric.
1 spool best Silk.
2 spools best Twist.
1 set Stays.
All for 19 cents.
A handsome display awaits tou from the boat
foreign and domestic looms, fancy French W rH,
in 46 and 50-inch widths. Silk Shot 50-inrh r':xtuv
Silk and Wool Mixtures. All Wool Plai4. Nt
Serges in extra widths.
Henriettas, Covert Cloths, Broad Cloths. : tL
new weaves ia Habit Cloths. Popular cloths at
lar prices. "
We thank our friends for being so patiect w u,
in our torn op condition, and if you come and m-- ti
you will be repaid.
New goods arrivingeverything new and frcL.
Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 1711 Second avenue. Rock Island.
House - Furnishings.
Are you wanting anything in this line? We
make it an object for you to look over our line
Lamps, Crockery ware,
Oil Cloths & Linoleums.
A few prices may interest you: Dining room chairs, nicely carved,
85c each; bed room suits, extra value, $1 S parlor suits, silk tapestry,
five pieces, S22; fancy plush rocker, $2. Hundreds of other bargains
equally as good.
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT
Terms of payment easy. 1809-1811 Second Avenue.
r o tlxe People.
Watch the papers. Compare our prices always the lowest
No matter what price others quote, we CAN and will DO
better. In fact, we give goods away rather than to have
our prices met
Shoers, Clothiers Furnishers.