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THE A KG US, THUIISDAT, OCTOBER 3. 1895.
New York grapes at Long's.
Michigan pc.ictc3 at Long's.
California honey at Browner & Co's.
l)r. G. E-Barth is visiting in St.
II. O. Norton, of Hampton, was in
the city today.
Order soft coal of V. Nold,' 403
Fresh fish, oysters and celery at
Browner & Co's.
TLe Tokio" lace for dress shoes.
Adam hss them.
Tomorrow will be bill day at the
city clerk's cflicc.
I'roma'vde-lric and Ncnfchatel
chi-ce at Hess Bros".
Attains' $3 line of welt shoes are
beauties. Call and examine.
Mrs. I'. J. Miirrin and children, of
Aurora, are visiting relatives.
Val Jannscn has disposed of his
p.-iloon on Seventeenth street to John
John Aler is having the City bak
ery building on Market square re-
Miss IMIa Keasey has gone to
Newton, Iowa, to atlend the wedding
of her brother.
The very nobbiest things in capes
nn l jackets will be found at Mcln-tyre-Ueek
Fresh cat li.sh ami oysters at the
Uock Island meat market 2225
Fourtii avmuc. '
A1 urns' Hoc of ladies' welt shoes is
complete, comprising all the latest
stylus and shapes.
The $3.50 and ft lines of men's
shoes are great values and in the
latest toes Adams'.
Nice fresh cat fish and oysters
at tic Kock Is'and meat market
.Scats are going rapidly for the
Clara Schumann concert at" Harper's
theatre ?.Ionday evening.
Adam' lino of misses' and cliil
drcn's shoes oro the up-to-date kind
for school or uress occasions.
Kev. J. II. Cannon, of St. Joseph's
church, is. sulTeriog with a malarial
attack threatening typhoid lever.
lon town Residents can now get
poft coal hanrtilr bv ordering of
Valunliiu' Nold. -103 Fourth avenue,
Judge (ilenn requests all attorneys
to be iu court at 9 o'clock tomorrow
niornin; to set a civil docket for next
Don't forget tho cloak exhibition
and sale at the Boston store, Daven
port, Saturday, Oct. 5, and the week
(irnnil i"tir opening tomorrow and
Saturday at T. Kit-liter & Sons' fur
pavlors, 21 1 West Second street,
Mrs. II. Sonri?, who has been vis
iting her ti!'Ce. Mrs. K. K. WvckolT
the p!i:-t mouth, returr.f-d home to
Aihiniid, ()ai;. tins morning.
A jirnmlm-nt olVtciitl of one of Uock
Island's bunks is preparing a neat
homo for i!ic bride which he is to
take u;:t'j himself in the near future
,f u!iro Mock, of Cam bridge, will be
hero to dispose of any urgent busi
ness in the coynty court Monday,
Judge Adams liemg al Minneapolis
Mr. and J.!r. J. C. K.ismussen
leave tsr San Joe, Cal., their future
home, this evu.ing, their household
clfi-cts having been shipped yester
' Tho choicest patterns in dress
goods ') early. Wiso buvers will
look over Mo I ;itv re-Keek Co's. beau
tiful display now and make their so
Valenti in NoM has opened a coal
oiil.-c at I'M I-on rt It avenue and can
now supply th down town trado
particular! v on short notice. Give
him a cal!.
Look nil around, compare rjiiality,
stylo and prices in dress; joods else
when with l!ios3 on Melniyrc-Keck
Co's. counters, and vou'll be our cus
tomer every time.
The now short jackets in the best
stvlts row on sale at Mclutyre-Krek-
t i s. Ttio cloths are nom roujrn
bmieic eiTt-cl nnd plain Kerseys,
Meltons and beavers.
Madam Doerinsr, clairvoyant me.
ilium, will remain in Kock Island
this week onlv. Those wishing to
consult her call at 2103 Fourth ave
nue. Sittings 50 cents.
Whllu plating on T.vcnty-third
street Tuesday, l: red, the son cl AW
and Mrs. George Schneider, fell
a 'aiosl the curbstone and fractured
his arm in two ulaecs. Dr. riumnicr
attended the little sufferer.
You arc cordially invited to attend
our fur opening totaonow and Satar
day. Sic our complete line of furs.
capos, cloaks, etc. Bring your re
Highest Honors World's Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE
A rure Crape Cream of 1 arfar Powder. Free
wc:a Amxcnia, Alum or any other adulterant
4 YEARS THE STANDARD.
pairs with you. T. Richter & Sons;
farriers, 219-221 West Second street,
Ex-Mavor T. J. Medal arrived
home this morning from his trip
south, which incladed a visit to the
Atlanta exposition and other cities
and places of interest south and east.
ncluding the national capital, Alt.
At Mclntvre-Reck Co's.. you will
find some of the most beautiful ef
fects in rough cloth, capes and jack
ets ever seen ia Uock Island. You
will not be charged extra for particu
larly handsome styles everything at
the lowest possible prices.
H. F. Demmer, chief of police of
Aurora and president of the Chiefs
of Police association of the state, is
in the citv today in conference with
ex-Chief M. II. Sexton, who is sccre-
tarvfof the association, -with refer
ence to the coming meeting at Chi
Col. W. J. King and Capt. C. VV.
Durham have gone to St. Paul to
meet the chief of the engineer de
partment, Gen. Craighill, and accom
pany him on bis tour of inspection
of the Mississippi river improve.
mcnts. lie will come down on the
Proceedings have been instituted
n the circuit court oy i. . wood.
in behalf of Mrs. Amanda Lindstead,
of Moline. who prays for a separation
from her husband, Charles Landslcad.
whom she accuses of desertion and
non-support. Thcv were married in
1892 and have one daughter.
Moline W cut off from telephonic
communication with both Lock 1st
and and Davenport today, owing to
the falling of a tree whicn was being
cut down at the corner of iwenty
ninth street and Seventh avenue
across the wires and snappin
them. The entire east end of Kock
Island is likewise cat off.
Fred Lloyd, who recently pur
chased Darling's ticket broker's oflice
in Davenport, is tittintr up an invit
ing oliice in a convenient location on
Second street next to Brady, and will
conduct the Davenport and Rock
Island oliices jointly hereafter, al
though the new one will, for a time
at least, require most of his atten
tion. He wil have the advantage here
of the able assistance of Thomas E.
EMBANKMENT GIVES WAY
And Lawrence Klhl and John Johnson Are
An embankment cn Twenty-ninth
street, between Eighth and Ninth
avcoiics, giving way this atternoon
partially buried Lawrence Eihl and
John Johnson, city laborers.
The men were assisted from their
predicament by fellow-workmen and
Dr. Sala snmruoned. lbe men were
conveyed to thoir homes in the city
l:lhl KerloualJ lujnrrd.
El hi was badly injured in
breast, but how serious it is vet
possible to determine. Johnson
ccivtd several onuses.
Aiwa a F.xprct More Here Than at Other
Srores You'll Not be Diaiippointecf.
A few of our prices for one week
from October 4th:
21.1 lbs granulated sugar $1.00
Pride of the 1 air Hour Sk'c
Corn meal, 10-lb sack 10c
Graham Hour, 10-lb sack 13c
live Hour, 20-1 b sack 2Gc
li ve meal, 20-1 b sack 21c
llollcd oats, per package 7c
Star tobacco, per lb SSc
Clipper tobacco, per lb .... 27c
Meerschaum tobacco, per lb ... 2'Jc
Smoking tobacco, per package 13c
Eiirht bars Mother soap 23c
Gold Dust Washing powder. .. . 17
New pack, early June peas, only 'Jc
New pack, marrow fat pcas.onlv Co
Clothespins, six dozen for. .. . 5:
Wooden paiu lie
Pure fruit jam, 1-lb tins 10c
Best leaf lard, 5'J-lb tins, per lb 7c
Dr. Price's baking powder, lb can 36c
Two-lb can best baking powder 2tc
Parlor matches, per dozen boxes 12:
Navy beans, per lb lc
Dried icas. per lb 2c
Table peaches, per can 9c
reaches, gal. cans
Salmon, 1-lb cans
Honey drip syrup, per gal
fowa City sorghum, per gal.. ..
Pure New Orleans molasses, gal
Gunpowder tea, per lb
Japan tea, per lb
Japan tea dust, per lit
All dry yeast, per package.....
Sour pickles, per j;al
Brooms 3e and up.
Yours respct fully,
Tbe Kmkilson Co.,
Cloak Kit Ibltlna aud sale.
There will be a cloak exhibition
and sale at the Boston store, Davcn
port, Saturday and the week follow
iri. Aside from our unequalcd ag.
jrr elation of cloaks, wraps and furs.
we have the pleasure 01 placing be
fore you oue of the largest represen
tativc stocks in the United States
Ladies interested in a stylish wrap
will do well to call early and gee the
Harked & Vox Mavk
Cheap shoes are all right for warm
and dry weather, but for winter
wear it will pay von to get a good
pair of our oil grain or cork sole
shoes. We bought too heavy and are
selling them at prices that arc bound
to make them go, being satisfied
with a very small profit. Cash does
It. Dolly Bros
Children Cry for
Fair today, increasing cloudiness
tonight and light rain Friday; slight-
y higher temperature; easterly
winds. Today's temperature. G9.
F. J. W'avz, Observer.
Drintrs common and improvement axd
tends to personal enjoyment when
riirhtly used. The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
lerj expenditure, ly more promptly
laptihg the world's best products to
the neeas"or pnysicai oeimj, i aiussi
the yalue to health of tbe pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Pyrup of Figs.
Its cxccllcuco is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial proj-erties ot a poriect lax
ative ; enectuaiiy cleansing mc pysu-m,
dispelling colds, headaches ana levers
ana permanently curng constipation.
It has civsn satisfaction to millions and
-. 1 .1 1 .1,
met wilU t:te appiuviii vi u".vin..u
profession, because it acts on the Kid
nrvs. Liver and Iiowcls without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance. '
Syrup of Firs is for sale by all drug
gists in 50c anX$l bottles, but it 13 man
ufactured bv tlio .California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name is printca on every
package, also the name. Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
tccept any substitute if oncred.
WASTKD-A GrtOD G?L FOR HOUSE
work at 1I0U Third avenue.
POR RKST TWO 8-IIOOM IIOUSFS WITH
E motlern conv4-nince. In dceiniblc netgfabor-
noca. Jippiy 10 l.. w. uurst.
OR BEST OVrlCK ROOM IS SKINNEK
l'ock ov r M. & K.. witi tearn ueat: an
excellent location. A. lily at M. jc a,'s.
OB SALE A GOOD FAMILY HORSE,
phaeton flr.d baDtf!.i:: ulfo a Strinwav niaiio
in perieci oroer. van at iwi scvcnui avenuu.
COMMISSION AND AUCTION ALL KINDS
of 200C bought and eolri, diroeed of either
at private 6 ilo cr at auction.
Harris Jb Irvin.
i.i 1 sccona avenue.
WANTED A RELIABl.ff,
tlcmanor Imlv 10 ir,.vl
for rclirtblc e:ali
iihed hoane. falarj fTtW, iaynliluS15 we-k'y,
and iconov avancud for cxprnees 8itu(ion
Mfly. Rwft mures. Erclo)e aeif-addrcped
stumped envelupe. 11. t.. 11 est, president, Vol
AGENTS WANTED EITtlER SEX IK
-verv c'ty and town in the ot ito to
Columbiuu bat h.Mcrs to l:i:ie-. Only perfect
miMers in cxit.!enee. Mm: nroiirt.nn tn
Ihii.e1 uala against any poff."ihiIiiy of the hi
hliiwinir from Hi" licfd. No forth, r njeforthi;
Instmciive hnt pin Send for aniidi. ascent.
Give tbeTi a fainrt:d 8. 11 l.rrkw.xxl. ctnernl
eoi. nootn i4ez .vaDRatum ouutiinir, cnlcago
VEW MINES DISCOVEHED-piO AND MORE
11 made naily on rmnll tnv. simcnt by our
r.cw plan of (yu-rnutlc Krnni anu tn.j Micnl
Hon. Fuli.it invent ica.hm solicited. Past
working of the plan ami Itivhcrt reference fur
ttifht A Send for oar free bo-.klet tell re bow lo
make money, even on the wror tide of the mar
ket ; slt.i our a.-.ilv n.trket letter, iiat and
where to tiny. Active r.nri-K!ntativ; wntcd
A. GiLtionis ic Co.. Omatia buiidine. Chicago. 11L
" r 1 1 t? r-
uiuvc anu rur oiore-
1605 Second Av.
Gca. tie! iimann, m Jr :f the 3d H'ino a
Infantry. ay: ! waa iwt f.nr ttmea
durtni: the war. and have tuffored at yeaia
fnim Win jd Kiihti Thrre b.tile
ot ".Schrage's $1,000,000 Rhen
matio Co " copieuly cured me. aud
I che4-rfullv aodhenrtilvend r-ett a b-ii,g
all it ia claimed, and b-ir e the be ihiua
I know of for the ftoya la Blue who have
rteumttiam.' 77 Firth averae, Cticaao.
Major Jlcirrroaa baa a cbailenn pnld
medl f&r consp.cuotu ealiaotry oa tbe bai
tiearld. Guaranteed the bert remedy on earth far
Kbe n!nuiseariliu. write today.
SWAXSOX IUIEUMATIC CURE
167 rearbcrn Street. - fHicino
Fold br T. H. Tbooas and Marshall h
Fibber, areola lot Eocs Ia'aid.
30,000 Persons Cured.
Kernan Snicks Consumers.
The - foft coal furtace hare reptMente)
utdcr the came of Kcinan Sxoke Con
tucer, bacbecn ronetra tod on scientific
principles, and the Du-cbarxinz of Heated
Air into the Ore chinber hat been to reg
ulated that jutt a (uBcient amount enter
the furnace, and at the proper decree of
heat, tbe result casting a Perfect State of
Cotubna'ion. no volatile carbon ecapin
within the Ere chamber. No Soot Gatber
ing in tbe Flue or Smoke Pipe, and No
lcne Volumes of Black Smoke lafuing
from the chixcey. We are prepared to
furniih entitnates on heatinp and Tentlla
tin;. A full lite of Card coal. Soft coal,
or wood f orcacea of the beat xaakea al
ways on hind. Call and examine them.
1615-1617 Second Avenue.
You Can Get Them
at KRELL & MATH'S
The best Ice Cream,
Try Gur Soda
We carry a full line ot
everything kept by con
fectioners. Give us a
trial and you will be
more than pleased.
DOX'T FORGET us
when you are ready to
give a party.
KRELL & MATH
Phone 1 1 56.
1716-171S Second Ave.,
Quality - Beauty -
New fall and winter styles of
To which we point
Largest and Finest Clothi'g Store in the county.
Until further notice our store will be open evenings till 9pm
MClntyre-Reck.Dry Goods Co.
Pent Up September Energy
Kept back bottled up by the extreme warm weather can be restrained no longer, but will b uncorked let loose
this week. Goods which should have moved briskly in September must be sold mighty quick now. We shall
apply tho price magnet and name lower prices for good, w notable merchandise than ever before quoted:
Capes, Jackets, Etc.
The best and cheapest lines of Fur Capes. Cloth
Cape. Plush Capes, Cloth and Plush Jackets, which
will be shown in Kock Island this season are now open
for your inspection. We court comparison with any
competition as to style, quality, fit and price. Here
you will find a wealth of rough effects, Boucles. rare
Crepons, etc., also the nattv 'smooth effects in Melton.
Kersey and Beaver. Take the Bouclo Capes, fur trim
med and satin faced, at $4.98; the warm Beaver Jack
ets, very well made, at $6.89. or those Cheviot Jack
ets, splendid garments, at 4.98. All worth much
more, and as well made as the higher priced ones.
We are showing Boucle Jackets at 8 for which oth
ers ask $10 and $12.
Fine Boucle one-half lined Jackets at $10, which we
ask you to compare with $14 Jackets elsewhere.
Persian Lamb Jackets, velvet collars, extra value,
at $16.98, worth later in the season $25, If you can
get them at.all.
' Ftir?apcs in all desirable
price from $4.89 up.
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 ia it has
upon it a lino walnut, elm,
back 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,
Room 21, Mitchell ft Lynda Blocr
The Portage Entry
Successors to the Portage
' Red Stone Co., also to Furst
Neu & Co.,
LAKE SUTERIOU PORT
AGE RED, BROWN
AND VARIEGATED SAND
Security Building, ; Ninth
Floor, Madison Street and
Fifth Avenue, 1
M. M. BBIGGS,
Real Estate, Insurance, Loans
AND HOUSES TO RENT.
Office 1612 Second Ave., Rock Island.
Fare on hand 40 lota In Sonth Ttnca Inland on
efmyteria: Jnt onteirt the city limfte; rood
water: low tr.xe. and chenp innurance. Ten lota
on TliirtT-ciirlitb rtrret nd fifteenth avenue.
A ntimberof pieces of iroperty ia the city for
eel and rent.
Are the High Excellencies of the
M. -4 K
with special pride, as they
value for 10 little money.
and it will pay you to
SPECIALS lOU TIMS WEEK.
Fall Suitings, value up to S5c, 19e.
Pretty all wool suitings in mixtures.
at almost anv
1709 and 171 1 Second Avenue, Rock Island, 111.
To tbe Ladies of k
CUT AND MAKE YOUR 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
Mrs. M. A. Thompson, Agent.
Ryan Block. Second Floor, Davenport.
THE f LACE TO BUY
Room Mouldings, Pictures, Picture
Frames and Window Shades is at the
Adams Wall Paper Company,
310, 312 and 314 Twentieth street
Clothing, Furnishings and Shoes;
never were more elegant and never represented
It has always paid us to deal squarely,
deal with a square firm.
1729 Second Avenue116 to 124 Eighteenth Street
plaids, etc., should be 42c, 29c.
75 pieces, all different stvles, new Fall Dress Goods,
usual 60c values at 39c.
50 pieces handsome new goods in a creat variety of
weaves and patterns in value 57c and 62c at 45c
' Xcw English Covert Cloths, most desirable for atyl
ish dresses, the $1 value will be this week 75c.
The newest things Iu Rough Effects. Mohair Fig
ures, now on our counters. Very handsome now
plaids for waists and skirts just placed on sale at our
. Indigo bine and dark calico wrappers, at C9e.
Dark red, indigo blue aud black-ground wrappers,
ruffle collar, large sleeves, worth f 1.38 at 99c.
Wrappers, piped yoke, value $1.68 at $1.25.
SOME NEW THINGS.
New Tillliy llrirt Rrwhee 15:. Tone Bane Comb 14r. Initial
Ttllhy Keef lr. M-rrliix silver ltu-.ka SSc Merrfng biiver Hiictilea
and Helta f 1.S5. Belt I'ins 5c.
Tri-Ciiies and Yiciniiy
That are Made Right,
And at the Right Price.