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THE AUG US, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1895.
ShieMs' best flour only 93c.
Swet-t cider at Browner & Co'.
MeCabe's 25th anniversary sale.
MeCabe's 25th anniversary sale.
MeCabe's 2-jth anniversary sale.
Fresh epgs 17J cents at Shields.
MeCabe's 25th anniversary sale.
Choice eating apples at Hess Bros'.
McCabu's 25th anniversary sale.
Oysters and celery at Hess Bros'
Ovslers and celery at Browner &
Fresh catfish and salmon at Hess
St. Joseph's fair at Carse's hall all
Additional souvenirs given tomor
Quinces and sweet apples at
Browner & Co'a.
I'illsbnry Bust flour at Young &
McCo wb's today.
Additional souvenirs given tomor
Twenty pounds granulated sugar
for $1 at Shields'.
Cars will run to Milan after thea
tre Sunday nij;ht.
New olives 171 cents a quart at
Shields' cash store.
Additional souvenirs given to
Watch Toung & McCombs they
always go "em one belter.
Underwear at very special prices
tbis week at Mclntyre-Reck Co's.
Swell your prizes by getting a
souvenir nt Do!!y Bros', shoe store.
J. T. Ktnworthy has gone to Chi
cago for a week's professional busi
ness. Beautiful styles, lowest prices in
Mclntyre-Reck CVs. cloak depart
ment. Better lay in a supply of kid gloves
at the prices Mclutyre-Keck Co. arc
The best value, best finished un
derwear is to be found at Mclntyre
St. Joseph's fair will continue 10
nights more. The attendance is in
MeCabe's quarter ccnturv sale.
Save every purchase check to com
pete for premiums.
Save every purchase
pete for premiums.
Save everv purchase check to
compete for premiums.
Hubbard squash. Derby sweet po'
tatocs. parsnips, turnips and wax
beans at I'rowucr & Co's.
Henry Krell oilers 50 reward for
the return of hi lost wallet ana con
tents, and no questions asked
Young & McCombs are givingaway
a sack of Piilsbury'.s best tiour with
every purchase of ?5 or over today,
Don't fail to be among those who
enroll themselves with the Supreme
Court of Honor next Saturday even
Train leaves R. I. & P. Twentieth
street depot at 11:15 p. iu., Saturday,
Oct. 19, for the Chicago excursion.
Round trip i'2.50.
Miss Marv Hall, whose home is
now at Minneapolis with her broth
er-in-law, V. C. Bush, and wife, is
visiting in the city.
St. Joseph's f;i r continues to at
tract large crowds at Carse's hall
niirhtlv. The ladies serve dinner
anil supper Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Scherrcr re
turned this afternoon from their
bonevmooii, which included a visit
to the Atlanta exposition.
$2.50 to Chicago and return. Train
leaves Kock lland Twentieth street
depot at 11:15 p. m., Saturday, Oct.
10. returning before G o'clock Mon
Dress goods were never so beauti
ful in weave or low in price as at
present. Melntyrc-Reck Co. aim to
lead all others in price, quality and
William McEniry today purchased
of William Nevins the latter s band
some residence pnqierty on Twenty
third street and will occupy it as
Next Sundav will be the second
anniversary of Be v. J. L. Murphy's
pastorate at '!' draco Lutheran
church, and h( v iU preach a sermon
appropriate to the occasion
The Davenport masonic lodges,
Trinitv No. '.''H. Davenport 37 and
Fraternal 221. joined in ceremonies
last evening in memory of members
of the craft who died during the
A mass mcetiner of citizens is bc
inir held at the rooms of the Daren
port Business Men's Association this
check to corn-
Highest Honors World's Fair.
w ir m arv is - an it
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A cure Crane Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
bom Ammonia, Alum cr any other adulterant
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
afternoon to consider final returns
with reference to the lower bridge
lieorge Y. nunuev and rredenck
On water have opened a meat market
at 1203 Third avenue in the Bean
block and respectfully ask their
friends to give them a share of their
Evidently some merchant tailors
don't know the war is over. I have
o battles to tight. I'm busv mak
ing suits from $25 and up. but I'm
(ways looking for more business.
iramer, the tailor.
Mrs. Marsraret B. Kellerstrass is
having her second avenue building.
occupied by the Western Union Tele
graph company, remodeled with new
frontage, flooring, etc. v oik & Co.
are doing the work.
William F. Efilandt, of Moline, and
Miss Kmma M. Hiersemann, of this
city, were married this morning at
he residence of Lincoln ones, 1029
Seventeenth street. Rev. J. L. Mur
phy, of Grace Lutheran church, ofli-ciated.
By the upper Iowa conference Rev.
S. McCord, pastor of the First M.
E. church of Davenport, and formerly
of Bock Island, has been transferred
to Iowa City, Rev. F. W. Lace com.
ug to take his place from Hampton,
Fulton county. The First church
had petitioned for Dr. MeCord's re
turn and is surprised at the change.
L. W. Clemens, a Pleasant Valley
farmer, while driving home from
Davenport Monday night accom
panied by his hired man, was set
upon by foot pads, who stopped his
horses near the Belmont school. Mr.
Clemens was brutally assaulted and
robbed of 1 10, while his companion
was covered by a brace of revolvers.
1 he robbers escaped.
There was a happy family gathcr-
ng nt the residence of J. 1). Tavlor,
) Nineteeth street, last evening,
to celebrate the 75th birthday anni
versary of that venerable gentleman.
Five of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor's chil
dren and eirht srand children were
present and made the occasion a
memorable one. Mr. Taylor was
presented with a beautiful drop
If you want to hear something in.
tcresting and instructive and see
some fine stereopticon views, go to
the First M. E. church tomorrow
evening and hear Rev. F. W. Mer-
rcll's lecture on The Life Saving
Service," and see the fine stereopti
con views that John F. Shank has
to show you. Tickets can be secured
at the door for 25 cents, or at Adams'
shoe store. Von Koeckritz's .drug
store, Atkinson's meat market, or
Kinner & Bennett's grocery.
Edward Wright, totally blind and
minus a foot, was transported to the
county farm today by Poormaster
Lidders. Wright is 52 years of age,
and has resided here about four
years. Sometime ego he was sent to
New York relatives who communi.
cated with the poormaster and prom'
lsed to care lor the unfortunate,
Death broke np the family where
Wright made his home and again he
was made an object of the county's
charity, not having lived long
enough in the New York coanty to be
eligible to its poor house. So
Wrijrht was returned to Bock Island
Dr. John E. Hawthorne, the former
well known dentist who left Rock Is
land two years ago because of failing
health, has returned and reestab
lished himself in business here. He
lias secured pleasant omce rooms
over Hartz & Lllmeyer's drug store,
on Twentieth street and Third ave
uae, where he will be pleased to
srreet his friends. The doctor, who
was reared in this city, has traveled
considerable and added to his school
training the advantages of the latest
methods in his line, and will no
doubt meet with the success he de-
U. A. R. Pott and Relief Corps Honor Mr.
ad Mr. W. B. Braner.
The festivities at the home of Mr.
nd Mrs. W. B. Braner at 191G Ninth
avenue in honor of their golden wed-
ind anniversary Yesterday culmi
nated in a particularly happy matt
er last evening when Bnford post 243.
G. A. R-, and the Relief Corps called
n a body at the house, and through
Thomas Campbell, as spokesman.
presented each of the honored cou
ple with a handsome and comforta
ble easy chair.
The couple were completely sur
prised at the pleasant interruption
which came lust as the family had
dispersed after the observances of
the day, but Mr. limner made a feei
ng response in acknowledgment of
the evidence of esteem and good fel
lowship on the part of the donors.
During the evening, too, Mr.
Bruner was appropriately remem
bered by the Epworth League of
South Heights, which made him the
presentation of a beautiful Epworth
lan gold pin, inscribed with the mono
cramof the leagne. The gift Mr.
Bruner prizes very highly.
Never jy Die.
Many desperate cases of kidney
diseases pronounced incurable have
been cured by the cnnic Manev
Cure. Many physicians use it. For
sale at M. F. Bahnsen's drug store.
Denial of KespoeslMllty.
Rock Island, Hi., Oct. 1G Editor
of Tub Ai:scs: As president of the
Yolk Zeituns Newspaper company I
desire to say that I am greatly sur
prised at the appearance of an arti
cle reflecting on Mr. Stengel, and to
state that neither myself nor my
son, August nansgen, who is con
nected with the paper, are responsi
ble for utterances contained therein
That Joyful reeling
with the exhilerating sense of re
newed health and strength and inter
nal cleanliness, which follows the use
of Svrup of Fiffs, is unknown to the
few who have not progressed bevond
the old time medicines anil the cheap
substitutes sometimes offered, bu
never accepted by the well informed
Licensed to Wed.
15 Gostaf Olsen, Miss Christina
Imeslund. Bock Island.
Marion Leeds. Liberty, Iowa, Miss
Mary Baker, Edgington, 111.
Homer J. Wainwright, Miss Ada
A. Loasure. Zuma.
A Mistake Rectified.
A competitor savs a tailors' war
is on." Funny we didn't know it,
Business comes to us naturally
We don't have to fight for it. We
are busv with fall orders that's bow
we tight. Drop in and see late styles
HorrE. the lailor.
Anotirr Cnlcaso Kzrnrslon.
Last chance for a low rate to Chi
cairo this year. Only $2.53 for
round trip on special train leaving
Rock Island via the C, R. I. & P.
railway at 11:23 p. m. Saturday
Oct. 19. Returning leave Chicago
about 11:30 p. ni. Oct. 20.
Dr. Kay's Renovator is certain t
cleanse and invigorate the whole
Children Cry for
REMEMBERED BY VETS.
Sold by T. H. Thomas and Mar
shall & Fisher, druggists.
ANTED -A YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST IS
housework. Address H. J.," ABocsomce.
I70U KENT" TWO 8 ROOM HOfSSS WITH
r modern conveniences. In desirable neighoor-
nooa. Apply to t. w. Burst.
FOR RENT OFrlOR ROOM IN SKINNIER
hlock over M. & K's.. with steam beat: an
excellent location. Apply Itn.c K's.
COK SALE A GOOO FAMILY HORSE,
r phaeton and hairier: al?o a Su-inwav uiano
in periect oraer. iau at lput seventn a venae,
COMMISSION AND AUCTION ALL RINDS
of goods bought and Mid. disposed of either
at private saio cr at auction, llama K Irvin,
mil Second avenue.
Mclntyre-Reck Goods co.
1709 and 171 1 Second Avenue, Rock Island, 111.
of Base Burners
1615-1617 Second Avenue.
How the girls
do love them!
WANTED THREE GOOD MEN TO TRAVEL
for an old-lime Itr- insurance corona' v:
permanent position for a hostler. Call or write
this ek K. A. Fox, Keator house. Moline.
WANTED TO BUT FOR CASH SECOND
. hand goods of every ib-scriotion. Money tj
loan on cna'tels and all articles of vilue. Goods
Mured and sold on commis:oti. Leave your or-
' at iwsz second avenue j. , Junes.
LOST A FOLDING POCEETBOOK con
taining con-iderable money, between Krell &
Math's confeet onery to Seventeenth street and
up Seventeenth s're t to K'cnih avenqc. about
:. to 111 p. ra last nitht. Finder will be liberal
ly rewarded by return or cine 10 Tub amirs
A A to D Width
These are very stylish
this winter. Also very
durable. No damp feet
if you wear 'Calf-skins.'
Made like a man's shoe.
Desires to list property lor sale,
and will look after and person
ally supervise renting, etc., lor
Loans a Specialty-
Represents a reliable line of
high class insurance companies.
Room 2, Buford Block.
Seventeenth St. and Secoi d Avenue.
We will let you
settle that, but
ARE "PAR EXCELLENCE!"
Be sure and get a box
of them soon! They're
tine! We also carry a
superior line of French
Creams and Home Made
Candies! Let us con
clude by saying: Try a
cup of our Hot Coffee,
Tea or Chocolate.
KRELL & MATH'S
rhone 115C. 1716-1718 Second At,
These coolish days make one think of the cold winter
ahead and proper Underclothing for the changing
season. Did you ever slop to think that it is wiser
to don heavier wear earlier and ward off a cold? Bet
ter suffer a little occasional extra warmth than har
bor that general affliction a bad cold.
There are many good numbers, so many we hardly
know where to begin. Three specials for men's wear
deserve emphatic mention.
Men's Wear Heavy gray, wool mixed Shirts ' amT
Drawers everywhere 50c, here S9c.
Men's Natural Wool Shirts and Drawers, the usual
98c value here 08c.
Heavy gray, all wool Under (varments, very soft,
fine pearl buttons, worth $1.38, price onlv 9Sc.
1-aalts' War During tbis sale von can buy Ladies' Ribbed Yeats at d
Pnt., n-avily fleeced, villus Sue. at only 35c.
Karrntiin eotnt wr 11 fleeced l u-'erwear, worth tie, at !;.
Extra Weight Vests and Pants, Kayptian cotton, super fleeced, at T.I
retailed everywhere at 5oc.
At 4c we offer Fleeced Garraenta nnmat bible elfcwhete for tbe
The I'nahrinVable Luzerne Wear only (I
Fine nxturat wool Veia and Paota. silk BUUhcd.onlj 60c.
Special values in Union Suit.
t'hild-en" Wear Three sultndld valnraamonR a dW.en.
t'Uild's heavr, soft Merina Shirts and l'ants attic for lrt, ilse So.
b we camel bair. ri.k. floLhed. pearl button. M. & D. Mc for 18. rise Tc.
Wright's tlealib Underwear for Children, soft and fleecy at much less
than usual asked prices.
Early importation orders placed long before the
tremendous advance in skins enable! us to throw out
a lot of Royal Kid Glove Bargains which cannot be
September was Kid Glove month, everyone knows
that. We'll throw out enough price inducements to
make October selling do double duty.
There's a host of extra good things for this week.
Three items will emphasize what the department i
Lot l-9"i dozen Kid Gloves, very fine, soft skins. 4 handsome pearl
buttons. S-row embroidered hark in latet styles, you would think fl SS
cheap lor them: sile price is Sc. Color-, new red. cars, myrtle,
brown, slate and black.
Lot a Biegaut S-bntton Mosuuetaire Soede Gh.ves. ctrrfnlly selected
skins, more durable than you pvnerallv c t in tli kind of a clove, f I ST
IS the naurlly wanted price, here, for this week. Si ii.
Lot Ladies' pique streei Wloves, west fonver a'most, four pearl
buttons, Paris t oints. $1 71 the price -l-e hcrv, hvrr SI .
Better buy Holiday Ulovrs at thee prirv. a islove buttoner flvea
away with each pair of gloves purchased ibS week.
Our Cloak Department.
The phenomenal selMn; of our PloU Department has exceeded all
expectatkns. Barly purchases sufficient we thought f.ir a largi. part of
the scaon' business have melud away as by auatf.c and we And our
selves in urgent need of more (rarmcnts. ibrcn large shiiitnents. ca
nceled early In tbe wk. will atiain prepare us for all corners. Tbe
newest concxits In 4-boiton. 24 inch Jackets made of elegant fancy
cloths, Persian Ijimh, Boerles, etc fur and Cloth t'aprs have alae
moved rapidly and the choicest irarmfnts are roing fat. Prices of all
Furs have advanced so heavily that wise people will buy now at tbe pres
ent low prices.
Mclntyre-Reck Dry Goods Co.
Aid for Cuba
Is all right in its way, but we can aid you in
making your home attractive. The largest
line of Sideboards and Dining Room Tables
ever shown in any one store in this sector, we
have now on exhibition. Also remembei that
In the way of Carpets we are showing the most complete line,
comprising all grades, and at prices that will astonish you. Three
piece Bed Room Sets from $12 up, and in fact any and everything
in our line at MUST-GO PRICES. Don't fail to bear in
Is the best time to look at our immense stock of parlor furniture
when it is comp'ete. The public knows a good
thing when it is shown, and hundreds are tak
ing advantage of it.
CLEMAM & SALZMANN;
Reliable Furniture at Reasonable Prices.
Sixteenth Street and Second Avenue.
Quality - Beauty - Finish!
Are the High Excellencies of the
M. & K.
That are Made Right,
And at the Right Price.
New fall and winter styles of Clothing, Furnishings and Shoes!
To which we point with special pride, as they never were more elegant and never represented
so much value for so little money. It has always paid us to deal squarely,
and it will pay you to deaf with a square firm.
Largest and Finest Clothing Store in the county.
Until further notice our store will be open evenings till 9 p m
. & K.
1729 Second'Avenue 116 to 124 Eighteenth Street