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McCabe's 24th anniversary.
Polio Inspector" tonight.
McCabe's 24th anniversary.
McCabe's 24th anniversary.
McCabe's 24th anniversary.
McCabe's 2lth anniversary.
McCabe a Slth anniversary
McCabe's 2tth anniversary.
Go to W. J. Kerr's for a bicycle.
McCabe's 24th anniversary this
John Ohlwciler left this morning
Dancing school tomorrow night at
M. M. Sturgeon went to Chicago
Head Young ft McCombs' special
for this week.
Dancing school tomorrow night
at Roche's hall.
The Police Inspector" at Harper's
Hon. Ben T. Cable reached home
A. A. O'.in, of Tort Byron, was a
caller in the city Saturday.
Hon. Bf-n Burterworth went to
Danville. 111., this morning.
Money to loan on real estate secur
ity. Apply at Jackson ft Hurst's.
Young ft McCo rubs' lamp (4.50
purchase nr over. 10 cents thrown in.
Tomorrow will be registration
day. tio to your proper voting place
Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Johnston have
returned from their visit to Chicago
Fire Saturday afternoon did 3.000
damage to P. J. Stelling's lumber
yard in D:ivcnport.
We don't ak you to give ns 10
rents, bnt we give you 10 cents
Young ft McCombs'.
All colors of Fleishcr woolen yarns
at 73c per pound at the Eastern fair.
Tbeo Free, proprietor.
The regular meeting of the Y. C.
T. L. will be held tomorrow after
noon at 3 o'clock at the Y. M. C. A",
Twenty-five dollars down, balance
in monthly payments, will buy a bi
cycle, ladie'a or gentlemen's, at W.
Hon. W. II. (,est and City Attor
ney J. L. Haas left for Peoria this af
ternoon to argue the depot removal
cafe in the 1. S. court.
Miss Alice Henderson, who has
been visiting friend and relatives in
the north for the past two months,
returned home last evening.
Travel over the Rock Island
bridge yeterdar footed up: Foot
north. 1.4C.3; south. 1.454: total, 2.917.
Teams nrth, 535; south, 579; total,
The marriage of Miss Anna H.
Larson, of 2514 Third avenue, and
Samuel J. Hanson, two of Rock Is',
snd's popular young people, will be
celebrated Oct. 31.
The greatest of American trage
dians. Walker Whiteside, will be
here Wednesday night, supported by
the most powerful Shakec pean-an
company traveling this season.
C. W. Schlegcl. wife and daughter,
Miss Bessie, have gone to Springfield,
where Mr. Schlezel attends the meet
ing of the grand lodge. K. P., as repre
sentative or Metropolitan lodge. 4.4
. J. Lavender, physical instruc
tor at the new Y. M. C. A. gy m na
si nm, arrived in the citr this morn
ing, and a reception will be tendered
him by the members tomorrow even.
News was received todav that
Judge Grosscup Lad refused the in.
junction prayed lor in Chicago bv
the railroads, restraining the city of
Moline from attempting the track
Now that the engagement in this
city of the distinguished tragedian.
Walker Whiteside, is close at hand.
many theatre parties are being ar
ranged, and a large and fashionable
audience will no doubt be present.
Mra. J. E. Montrose returned from
Chicago last evening accompanied by
ner sister. Airs. f u tJrien. and Her
daughter, Mrs. George P. Binn, child
and maid. They will visit at the
Harper for two weeks.
George W. Cunningham, of the
Clean Sweep'' company, is a boy.
hood friend of Dan Sweeney, of the
Rock Island ball team, who ia now a
resident of the citr, and Dan was out
in his best bib and tucker to see him
A bnggy was caught in the tracks
on leaving the viaduct bridge yes-
Awarded High eat Honors
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other sdurUrant
jo ruts Tias stamtmuux
terday afternoon and overturned,
throwing the occupants, an elderly
coo pie. ont on the paving, bat luck
ily without any injury other than a
little shaking up.
The ladies of the United Presby
terian church will give a lunch at the
home of Mr. and Mra. Charles Bryan,
1722 Eighth avenne, Tuesday even
ing, at 7 o'clock. A spelling match
will be one of the amusements of the
evening. Everybody is invited.
A young woman from Clinton.
Iowa, staving with the family of
William Levick in South Mo'line.
gave birth to a pair of twins last
Thursday. The girl, who is only
about sixteen years of age, was con.
nccted with the Salvation armv at
Clinton, being brought to South' Mo-
iine bv Mrs. Ievick.
Cards have been received in Rock
Island bearing an announcement
which will be read with interest here
and in Davenport, to the effect that
at New York City on Sept. 24, oc
curred the marriage of Mrs. Joseph
Wallen Burrows, formerly of Rock
Island and Davenport, to Robert
Pettigrew, of New York.
John C. Kinnev leaves tomorrow
morning for Chicago, his future
home, he haying resigned his position
as manager of the Postal Telegraph
company's office at Davenport to ac
cept one in the White city. His wife
went several davs ago. While Mr.
ikinney s many Inends will miss his
pleasant companionship, they all
wish him success in his new abode.
Read how Young ft McCombs
knock ont all competition. They
give you the identical lamp adver
tised by another firm as being worth
2. and given away with a 5 pur
chase or over, and by paving ' 10
cents. We will do better by you.
We will give you the same lamp with
a ei.ou purcnase ana make von a
present of 10 cents. Compare, be
Off for the Soath.
At the Diamond Jo landing this
morning all was bustle and confu
sion the "Arkansaw Traveler" was
launched. This is the name which
Alvin Webb. Judd Repine and Wil
liam Ulam have given to their cozy
little flat boat, in which thev intend
to spend the winter floating down
the great river. Inside the little
craft are all the provisions and cook
ing utensils necessary to last the
boys for a few weeks, together with
ammunition and guns to nse as con
vinces for the duck and finny tribe.
As Webb has made the trip
five times before, he was chos
en commodore, for Lis com
panions think with him as command
er there is no fear among the billows.
They will go as far down as Hickman.
Ky., where as a general rale good
fishing is found at Reed Foot lake.
but if it is not up to their expecta
tion, the boys will move on down to
ew Orleans, returning in the
spring. With a skiff on either side
of the flatboat, two huntin? do?s
perched on the stern, a horseshoe
above the door, an American flair
floating in the breeze, and Commo
dore Webb in command, the party's
winter home was cut loose at noon,
amid the wishes of good luck of the
many friends of the boys, who were
on the landing to see them start.
Are the good qualities possessed' by
Hood's Sarsaparilla. Above all it
purifies the blood, thus strengthen
ing the nerves; it regulates the di
gestive organs, invigorates the kid
neys and liver, tones and builds up
the entire system, cures scrofula,
dyspepsia, catarrh and rheumatism.
Get Hood's and only Hood's.
Hood's Pills cure all liver ills, bil
iousness, jaundice, indigestion, sic k
rgE ARGUS, MONDAY, OCTOBE3 Lj. 1894.
J. W. Heilev, of Batavia. N. Y.
conductor on the N. Y. C. railway.
and one of the best known men on the
road. Says of Parks' Tea: ForlOyears
I have suffered from constipation.
Tried everything and found nothing
of lasting value. Having heard so
many talking of Parks1 Tea, I tried it
without much boe. The first dose
moved my bowels easily and now I
am curea. it works like magic. Sold
1 TT C T-M
Generally fair and very little
change in temperature; southerly
iy wiDus oecoming westerly, xoaay
F. J. Walz. Observer.
That Joyful reeling
vun me ezniiaraung sense 01 re
newed health and strength and inter
nal cleanliness, which follows the
use of Syrnp of Figs, is unknown to
the few who have not progressed be
yond the old time medicines and the
cneap substitutes sometimes offered.
but never accepted by the well in
Victoria, B. C, Oct. 15. The steamer
Arawa has arrived bore from Australia
and Honolulu bringing Hawaiian advices
to Oct. 5 Dclegatestothecnnvention which
is to chuoae senators and representatives
adopted a resolution that no one wbo was
not openly in favor of annexation should
be elected. Nearly 2,000 voters have regis
tered already, wnicn la only 800 leas than
the number of voters at the last election
Rudy's Pile Suppository is guar an
teed to cure piles and constipation
or money refunded. Fifty cents per
box. Send stamp for circular and
free sample to Martin Rudy, Lancas
ter, Pa. For sale by T. EL Thomas
and Harts ft Bahnsen, druggists,
Rock Island. III. .
All members of O-Sau-Kee Tribe
are requested to be at their wigwam
on Tuesday evening, Oct. 16, at 7:30,
for work in adoption by King Philips
team. Max Fisuwold, Sachem.
D. Laffkr, C. of R.
McCabe's 24th anniversary this
Far over a quarter of a century, Doctor
Fierce Golden Medical DsKovery has bean
effecting ores of Bronchial, Throat and
Lang affections. Weak Lang. Bleedinc
from Lungs, Bronchitis, Asthma, all H-y
ins Concha, Consumption, or Lous; Scrofula
and kindred mala1V, are cored by ia.
REDUCED TO A SKELETOH.
Mra, Mnu. Moxs, of SardU. Rig Storu H
- Jftftn VritM -Am
mutt die. My lungs
were badly affected, and
body reduced ta a akola.
ton. My people ooro
meiHed to give me your
and I anon began to
mend. It was not tons'
before I became well
enough to take coarse
of my household duties
-,-sav Jftnn.. writes :
re my recovery
KJC TOU IS SKXD7
want a cook
Want a partner
Want a eitoaUon
Want to rent rooms
Wast a eerrant jnri
Want to sell a turn
Want to . sell a bonne
Wsnt to exchanfre anyttuD
Want to sell house bold goods
. Want to make any real estate loans
Want to sell or trade for scything
Want to find customers for anything
TSB THXSB COLUMNS.
-IHt DAILY ARGC8 RILTVERXD ATTOUB
. door every evening for 10a per week.
JOR TALK -TWO LA RGB CANTSOS STOVES
. la good order. Apply to Aancs
ASTlnA CHAMBERMAID AMD LiXS-
ary gin st tne uar,-er bouse.
WASTER-SALESMAN. SALARY TBOS
trt ; pc rmancct place. Brows Bros, com
pany, Narscrrmen, Chicago, 111.
FOR SALE HorSRBOLD FrrtWTTTRE, IV
clading rwn bed room rets and a parlor set.
laqnlre at il9 Fourth avenne.
WASTED. GOOD COOK AND LArSDKE?.
Referenrs required. Aiply to Mr PhU
Mitchell, 7.4 Twentieth street.
WAVTED-A FOOT BY GENTLEMAN BaV
tween Fourteenth and Tfinuirtik
streets, with board, or eonTerent to board. Alcf
erensee furnished. J, this office.
MRS C.A WKSI)RLL.CLMaVOYAXT.PY
cbnmetrtft. Hummm and test medinm . Brad
Inge daily from 9 a. m. t 5 p. m at Vf7 Fifth
venue, Tuesday snd FridaT evenings, Kock Island.
WANTED THOROUGHLY EXPERIENCED
eslrsmen to fell ear high grate lubricating
olli. grra snd famous Giant boiler onmpoonl.
Liberal terms to a first-class man. Equitable
Banning company, Clereised, Ohio.
MRS. S. SMITH
The Chicago Milliner.
Has Opened a
In the new store, which was
erected especially for her at
1805 Second Avenue, one
door west of Woltman's Jew
Now Open. New Goods.
We are now at 1610
KOHN & ADLER
Cut Flowers and Plants
Fine home-made Bread and
Cakes . . .
The Place to Buy Stores
is where yon can get a full
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.
Geo. T. Ciwder
B. P. Evans.
24th anniversary this
Operate linmhlj Ii fall Stmt
1 fenragk Oar
cc-eniATro a. x. rmz arnicas
And Discretionary Grain Pools.
Largs Profits Bealised with Mlatmnm Bisks.
-ptetptetM JBatylUrtet letter"
He. 41 Broadway.
HEW fOKK CITT.
It Tickles . . '
The tas;j 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 abont onr 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 Bock Island.
Party Supply House.
1716 sand 1718 Second At.
Oysters served in any style.
Mclntyre-Reck ory Goods eg.
Win occupy this space as usual
Watch for (he Advertisements
You will now find our store open
evenings till 8 o'clock. Saturdays till 10
SPECIAL SALE OF
fiiM.Y mm Rnmms x
And Fancy Comfortable Couches. J
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT
Terms of payment easy. 1809-isii second Avenue.
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
M. a K.
Shoers, Clothiers Furnishers.