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THE AKGtJS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1895.
Iac ball tomorrow.
Dressed chickens at Long's.
From Wall Street to Newgate."
Mclntjrc-Rcck Co. this evening.
Spring "lamb at Rock Island meat
Spring chickens at the Rock Island
Cornet sale this evening at Mcln-tvrc-K
Hosiery sale thin evening. Mc-Intyre-lteck
Miss Lucia Connelly went to St.
Louis last night.
J. V.. Montrose returned to Chi
i's;'o this morning.
Special bargains this evening at
li.ee ball tomorrow afternoon at
Twin City ball park.
"From Wall Street to Newgate"
on; w ok from today.
Michigan ca(.-hcs 25 cents a basket
at Long's tins evening.
W. W. liowlby has changed his
rc.Monee to 170 1 Fourth avenue.
W.H. Lamont returned last even
ing from a week's visit in Chicago.
I'. W. Lundtjuist, aged 18 years,
died in Molinc yesterday afternoon.
The rafter Reindeer struck a snag
near Mcdregor Thursday and sunk.
Mins l'carl Wilson has returned
from a visit to Chicago and the cast.
Fresh oysters at the Rock Island
meat market. Fourth avenue
WafTcy & Reidy.
l!iiii! l'.oone, the colored phenom
enon, at tho Y. M. C. A. auditorium
The annual fair of St. Joseph's
church will be held at Carse hall,
beginning Oct. 12.
The Williams, White & Co Moline
foundry has ir ran led its niolders the
10 per cent increase demanded.
Nice cottages with splendid lots
almost given away in South Park and
tiuyer's addition at Reidy Bros'.
The stage of tho water at the Rook
Island bridge at C a. m. was .10; at
noon .20; the temperature 02.
Mr. T. II. Dolly departed this
morning for Chicago ti visit her sis
ter, Mrs. Charles A. l'lamondon.
A good A-rooni hounc for sale on
Fourteenth street, lot 50x130, $900,
by Keidy Urns'. This is a bargain.
Rev. J. II. C.innon. of St. Joseph's
church, has been called to Joliet on
account of the serious illness of his
f i.SO fur the round trip to Chicago
tonight. Train leaves at 11.10 p. ni.
R. I. V- P. depot; 11:20 at C, R. I. &
Now is tho time yoiing men of the
town arc scheming a disposal of
their bicycles in order to rcltase their
Mrs. John Shields and daughter.
Miss Florence, of Cedar Rapids, la.,
are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. W.
Miy Marie Jensen, until recently
with McCabo Urns., has accoptcd a
position as saleslady with Carson,
Piere, Scott & Co., of Chicago.
F.nocli I. in lburg, F.d. SockeU and
Artie Patterson were arrested in Mo
linc today for peddling tho Sunday
Sun. They will bo tried Monday.
Mrs. Margaret Kivlan, until three
ngo a resident of Rock Island, died
at Mercy hospital, Davenport. Thurs
day, of heart trouble, aged In years
All voung men are cordia'ly in
vited to attend the meeting at the
Y. M. C. A. Sunday afternoon at
3-3'). Good singing and short
Itain interfered with the -Conn-
try Fair"' at Mf.line yesterday and it
was postponed until Tuesday. The
affair is given by the society people
for sweet chnnty.
Tako in tho Chicago excursion to
night. $2.50 for the round tri
Train loaves Twentieth street
& P. depot at 11:10 n. m., C, R. I. &
P. depot at 11:20 p. IU.
The Rock Island Buggy company
carried off the honors at the Iowa
Slate fair nt Des Moines. Of the 6
vehicles exhibited the Rock Island
company took the sweepstake prizes
The Davenport Free Lances, com
posed of plavers of the Eastern Iowa
league, and tho Speckled (James, of
this city, will play at I win-Uity oau
park at'fl o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
Signing Away tho Soul" will be
the subject of tho pastor's sermon at
the First Baptist church tomorrow
evening. He will show how people
of this age arc signing it away and
paying their own expenses. Every
The Davenport Tribuno, Quayle &
Parker, proprietors, has been pur
chased by the newly incorporated
Highest Honors World's Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret
Uohi Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
43 YEARS THE STANDARD.
republican newspaper company
which will make its appearance next
week under the name of the Republican-Tribune.
Edward McElhaney was released
by Chief Etzel last evening, an an
swer from the Savanna authorities
being that the lad's parents didn't
consider him of sullicient worth to
remit the amount necessary for
No finer line of fall and winter
goods, trimmings and suitings has
been brought to Rock Island before
than that which has followed the
visit of P. H. Dixon to the Chicago
market, and he is now prepared to
tarn out the btst in the city, both as
to quality and workmanship.
J. Waldo Lawhead has been pro.
moted from chief clerk in the B., C.
It. & X. Davenport offices to the
agency at Rhinebeck and assumes
his new duties Thursday. Mrs.
Law bead will visit her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Schnitger, and
friends before going to her new
ROCK ISLANO BAPTISTS.
Meeting of the
The Rock Island Baptist Sunday
school, convention and the Rock Isl
and Baptist association met with the
church at Orion this week. The
Sunday school convention met in
regular annual session Monday. V ice
President J. M. Lord presiding. Half
an bour was spent in prayer and
song, led by Theodore Truxcll, of
Molinc, wtien the convention was
addressed by Dr. C. E. Taylor on the
topic: -'The Relation of the Church
to the Children.", inesday morning
devotions were led by K. R. Wyant,
when 16 Sunday schools reported.
showing: Officers and teachers, ICS;
scholars, 1,207; average attendance,
893; baptized during the year, 67,
and a talk followed oa methods of
ncreasing the attendance, after
which Miss Merv Wendell, of Moline,
read a paper on "Why More of Our
Scholars do not Attend Preaching."
It was full of rich, pure thoughts,
illustrations and surirestions, which
could only be appreciated by hearing.
In the afternoon the following
were elected oflicers:
President Theodore Truxcll, of
Vice-Presidents J. S. Woodin,
Rock Island; Harry Aiigevinc, Alpha
J. M. Lord, Marston.
Treasurer and Secretary William
B. Pcttit, Rock Island.
The association convened at 10:30
Wednesday, the annual sermon being
by Rev. Mr. Houck, of Reynolds.
Rev. E. P. Brand was elected mod
erator and . B. Pettit clerk and
treasurer. Letters were read from
Enon church, Perrvton township.
Mercer county, asking membership
in the association, also from Imman
uel church. Forty-fourth street.
Rock Island. On motion a commit
tee was appointed, and the commit
tee reporfed, recommending that
thev be received into fellowship.
which was adopted, and the modera
tor extended to the delegates the
right hand of fellowship.
i lie committee reported 10 dele
gates present. The commit toe on
resolutions reported strong resolu
tions in favor of teaching the doc.
trine of total abstinence from lirjuor
and tobacco. There were exercises
led by Rev. J. F. Heilner. Rev. W.
afrer which the convention ad.
The ladies1 work was then taken
up. Mrs. C. E. Tatlor presiding. The
work of foreign missions was prc
sented in an address by Mrs. Camp
bell, a missionary from India. At the
home mission meeting, Mrs. Myra
Ransom, presiding, an address was
given by Miss Clark. Tho commit
tee on obituaries reported 31 deaths
The next meeting will be held at
Let all lovers of good music pre.
pare for a treat in the concert at the
First Baptist church Sept. 24. Tte
Cecelia ladies' quartet will sing.
Solos by Mrs. Lilli Stibolt-Hanssen,
Miss Florence Atkinson and Mrs. W.
B. Ullemeyer. Piano solos bv Miss
Clara Hass and Prof. A. D. Bod tors
who win make his hrst public ap
pearance since his return from
Stockholm. Cornet solo by Mr
Bleur, dramatic readings by Miss
Grace Balch, and other attractive
A grand ball is in course of ar
rangement for the dedication of the
Industrial Home's excellent hail
for it is considered the finest in thi
section, with hard maple flooringand
very commodious. At meeting of lh
various organization representatives
last evening this plan was uecid
ed upon. The laboring people also
agreed to change their meeting
places to the new home by Sept. 15.
Rain today and tonight; partly
cloudy Sunday; nearly stationary
temperature; southeasterly wind
shifting to westerly. Today's tem
F. J. Walz, Observer.
Tidal Wave on Lake Saperlor.
AsgLAST. WU , ft-;-.t. 14. A tidal wavo
on Lake Superior and Cheinnjrfron hay
AixhUhI the engine rooms in the t-levators
at Washburn, and oiwre.I a road
srith Kips friiru a saw mill. The wator rvso
Children Cry for
A Brilliant One Expected Tonight
Night Event. ' '',
Tonight will be given the largest
trollev partv yet in this community
probably in the entire country. It
is a private affair arranged by the
employes of Rock Island arsenal.
Thirteen brilliantly liiaminaieo. cars
laden with 520 passengers and ac
companied by two bands the Moline
Light (iuard ami Mrassers, oi
Davenport will pass over the sys
tem, ending at the Tower with re
freshments and a dance. The party
starts from Seventeenth street.
The Davenport employes of the
Davenport & Rock Island Railway
company were given a trolley party
last night wito tneir lamiues ana
happy affair it was. In a few even
ings the attaches on this side of the
river will be given a similar treat.
The trolley party given by xne
Aiken street chapel 'last night was a
success in all particulars.
Brings common, and improvemert and
tends to personal enjoyment whec
rightly used. The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
lef expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
the needs of physical being, will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Figs.
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a jierfect lax
ative ; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
and permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
laet with the approval of the medical
profession, becau.- it acts on the Kid
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is pet feet ly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Figs is for-sale by rII drug
gists in 50c and f 1 bottles, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig .Syrup
Co. only, wli'ise r.amc is printed on every
raekase. also the name. Syrup of Fics,
and being well informed, you will not
Accept any sautiiiiuu-11 unurcu.
if OR REST NlfS FT. AT AT 1SI0 THIRD
COR SA'.E IIOMB BAKERY ON TWEX1I
r tth street. If taken roin, oi I sell cheap.
COR RKXT TIIRE J RO IMS OR I.IOHT
nnncKM'!inz wim neat aud all coDirnn nrKi
Aacreas "iv AHfirs omce.
lOMVHSSION ATi! AUCTION ALL RINDS
U of emu's bou2ht and cold, disrnscd of riihar
t rr.vate lo or at auction, lirri. A irvin
OsT-A KEY RING AND TflBKB KKTS,
t chain ntturhoJ. bttwrcn Tm Amir.
omrr on'i i'weniem rtreec. F'ndcr p'eac leave
i iuib wmic uii rcvri,,; reward.
WANTED A FELIABLF. ACTIVE GKN
tteirnn or ladr 'n travel for nlihw
lirhcd hooso. Salary STtM, Payable Sis weekly.
and n.one advanced (or exiH-nvcs itulion
fu-acy. Bclreiccs. Frc'imc hiif-addrcrwd
Hum pea enveiuie. u. E. Host, president. Col
EW MINKS D1SCOVEOEP-S10 AND MtKB
mace natly on small inT.rt inert. I. nor
new plan of systematic (Train and stock rpcnla
tion. Ii.II'st i n v, mil's solicited. Past
worKinge or mc lilan ana highest rTerenr fur.
nislu d S-rd for our free W.klct ttll're how to
make m".er even on the wrong side of the mtr-
ari; also our any roarset letter, what and
wurrem ouv. Active representatives wanted.
A. Uilvore & Co.. Omaha buildine. Cbicairo. I1L
Durtis Opera House,
Sunday Ivening, Sept. 15
DAVIKS AXD KEAGH'S Famous
Fabric of Fine Music
Nothing But Real Fun. ,
The Vintage of "95.
Seat on sale Friday morning. Te'ephoie
Purtis Opa House,
S Sept; 19-2
MR LAWRENCE HANLEY
Aodhtorfi com: an r in a dciilitfn popalar
in Biiunric enitnu nit cooiDlnictf
one bour with Snakeflpesre, eniltied
THE PLA YER.
Prolonged on Tbursdsy cTrningwrh
the choicest parts of
ROMEO and JULIET.
And on Friday evening by
Sea's on Kale Tuesday Burning at Fla'.e'
Pricfs f ', Tie, tOc and t5c
Kernan Smoke Consumers.
The toft coal furnace here repreteatel
under the name of Kemaa Smoke Con
sumer, hat been conttra ted on scientific
principles, and the Discharging of Heated
Air Into the Are chamber has been so reg
ulated that just a sufficient anoant enters
the furnace, and at the roper decree of
heit, the result cawing a Perfect State of
Combnilioa.no volatile carbon escaping
within the fire chamber, No Soot Gather
ing in the Flue or Smoke Pipe, and No
Dense Volumes of Black Smoke laming
from the chimney. We are prepared te
f ornah estimates on heating and ventila
ting. A full line of Hard coal. Soft coal,
or wood furnaces of Ihe beat makes a!-.. .
wars on h.nd. Call and examlce them.
615-1617 Second Avenue.
For Using Krell
& Math's Bread.
1. Its the best.
2. It goes farthest.
3. It's a pleasure to eat it.
4. It satisfies.
5. Always the same.
6. Everybody praises it.
7. You will like it.
8. You should try it. v
Ask for it. Insist on having it.
KRELL. & HATH
Are closely allied when
it comes to a question of
Fine Bakery Goods. For
proof try them once on
anything in the baking
Phone 1 1 56.
17 16-1 7 18 Second Ave.
Your party will be a
success it you have our
Brick Ice Cream.
And if yoy appreciate a first class line of merchandise, properly
honest, legitimate prices, you will find it decidly advantageous
Clothing and Shoes at the
Clothing aid Shoes.
Mclntyre-Reck ory Goods co.
1709 and 171 1 Second Avenue, Rock Island, 111.
In h .Ting a dress the pattern wu:c'i no one eU in your vicinity ha
you all know. We are prepared a never before with larceinl elegant
lines or imported novelty dress goods whicl will be place! on talent
our well to own low price. When we advertise 9 dress patterns at
SCSQ. 1 10 and $11 patterns at $7.50, $1 and (IS pattern at $9 US, we
mcia just what we sy.
$1 25 dress goods at S9;
75; dress good at 67o
Mk dress goods at 39;
Wi.l give fome idea of the way novelty dress good will be sold here thi
Si piece handsome new Jacqnard S7'Sc and 39c novelty dree
goods tre now oa tale for the first time atittc and Sjo.
Plain Ore I tails will be mnch worn this season and we are Kllirg
At 49:, line all wofil screen, value 4.
At 3Uc. imported Srrces and Henrietta, value 50c and tSe.
At 6Sc imoorted Bradford Serge, worth 874c.
At (1j!5, fct-icch BLclish Cravcnettes la black and navy, value 12
We cannot tco strongly emphasize the advantages of early hnyihg,
while artods tre new and while desirable pstterrs which are so dresoy
can be had in full assortment. With the touch of fall noon ns it is the
wise woman who wiU buy earlv.
Twenty-First Street Addition
Fine Residence Lots in this
addition For Sale on
This addition is located be
tween Twentieth and Twenty-second
streets and Tenth
and Twelfth avenues, and
nearly every lot ;a it has
upon it a fine walnut, elm,
hack berry, or other large
tree, and is already provid
ed with abundant shade.
These lots are in the very
best part of the city, and
the most desirable for resi
dence purpose of any lots in
the city. Apply to
M. M. STURGEON,
Boom 21, latchell ft Lynda SlocV
The Portage Entry
Successors to the Portage
Bed Stone Co., also to Fnrst
Neu & Co.,
LAKE SUPERIOR PORT
AGE RED, BROWN
AND VARIEGATED SAND
Security Building, 'Ninth
Floor, Madison Street and
M. M. BBIGGS,
Real Estate, Insurance, Loans
AND HOUSES TO BENT.
Office 1612 Second Ave., Rock Island.
Have on band 40 lots In Sooth Rock Island on
Mtvicr.i: fust nntsirta the eilv limits: rood
wuUir: low taxes, and cheap Insurance Ten lota
on Thirtv-eiirlith street nd fifteenth avenne
A number of piece of property in the city tor .
sale ant rent. '
is a sufficient guarantee for every promise
I dress doods at 75
4c d es poods at 9s
39c in cs goods at .5c
McIntyre-Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 171 1 Second Avenue,'Rock Island.
To the Ladies of tbe
CUT AND MAKE YODR OWN CLOTHING.
Ladies wishing to do their own dress making
should secure and learn the famous KELLOGG
SYSTEM, which is equal if not superior to all
others in the market, by calling on or addressing
the undersigned. Will also teach the new
method of boning, the only stiffening in dresses,
etc., that does its work in a satisfactory manner.
The Kellogg System with full instruction given
for $10, and moderate terms for learning the
Mr. M. A. Thompson, Agent.
Ryan Block, Second Floor, Davenport.
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All kind of carpentar
Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street
1729 Second Avenue
Heavy sales in July and Aatrnst compelled o any practically a
newMiK-k, and we are fft-ntia the newest thing the market affords.
At new Screes and Henriettas.
At , 4 nc" Serce, value 6-.
At 4"c, inch rxtra finish S re. valne TV.
At fi7r. SO-lrch lnois Twill, xa'ue w-c
The li.tft rS-ctaii Blsclt (ionds.furh a Lixard Cloth, taporied
Sa'tn Jsroiisrd. Swivel Crepons. Billow CtriHio with toucle effec'. Im
ported ChiMl cloth. Heavy fourle tiranite clmh. Sirllian Mohair. Jae
qcard Mohslr, it,H- Ksred e'oth. Mohair pike cloth, etc , etc. Prices
run from 17',c to (er yard.
8prci1 reduce'! p'rires on for the week enlv.
ew Fanry TsnVtas. tl per ard qualitv. Tic"
New Fanev Swij Silks, fl qualny.ir
New nmrades,$l M to l.JqusiiTj;i.s3.
New Klark Fanrv (inn tirsiu, fl Is.
fcpcclal va.uee In lllack Silks.
CAPES, JACKETS, 1-URS.
rrqnrs ionahly the handsomest garments to be seen in Itork Island
this svaran will bn found on our rack and ennnters, we i hsllrnge
-oinprion a to iinlltv and price, der plaerd In Febn'iiry a"d
Mar -h and made ii when work was slsrk. and cost of vromctlnn the
-very lowest. eull s ns to olfpr stylish garments at prices htch csnn.n
be met. Jacktts aie triced here from ( 6 an "aprs of cloth l $ 7S
and up. CaiMTSnf fur ftW and up. You will flud the nobby ruuh
cloths, fur trtmml and plain, ad fur garment made an honor in
proper lengths snd full sweeps, vVe have njthiog to show but what is
(armenu can he srrnred and laid asie till October 15 by psying a
small deposit down. We Use all the lisk.
Tri-Ciiies ana Viciiy
1803 Second Arenna.
General Johbtns: done on short notion
and satisfaction guaranteed
tailored, and at
to buy your
or claim they
116 to 124 Eighteenth Street