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AFTER THE WINNER
An Indiana Wrestler and To
WOULD MEET BUSHS OS MXEOD.
Tha Tassla lhlMl Carrall aa4 McLao
May s AUndM ay taa ArraagaaMat
,. Olhrr laarlaats Sckallar' Coal
age. The Annt f is in receipt of the fol
lowing, which is timely in view of
tonight's evnt at Harper's theatre:
I1ammok., Ind., 'Not. 8.
Kili tor cf Tiik Kock Island
Altars: Two weeks ago I issued a
challenge to wrestle Farmer"
l!uro, Dan McLeod, or anj other
man in America. My challenge was
up-rtcl wiib a forfeit of $?i0,
which is still deposited with the
Daily Ti inane, of this city. My chal
lenge io brief is. I will wrestle
any man ia America for the
170 pound catcb-as-catch-can cbam.
piousbip for from f 250 to $1,000 a
si-le. 1 will leave tar forfeit dp 10
days longer and if neither Darns nor
McLeod accept, I will claim the 170
pound championship of America un
til I am defeated for this title. I
have repeatedly challenged Burns
and McLeod, but both have so far
managed to keep silent. My money
Is up and I mean business. Let the
champions say yes or no. I learned
a few days ago that McLeod is to
wrestle in your city, and if so I de
si ro this to appear as a challenge to
the winner. Respectfully,
The wrestling match at Harper's
theatre this evening between L). II.
Carroll, the Canadian champion, and
D. 8. McLeod, champion of the Pa-
citic cnatt. for a purse of $100 will,
it is expected, prove not only an in
teresting scientific event, but it is
more than likely that the winner will
challenge Martin Burns, who holds
the championship of the world catch-as-catch-can
style, and who will be
present. With the challenge here
presented the wrestlers will have
something to think about. The
terms to ;-ifm tonight's match are
(irn co Roman and catch-as-catch-can
tyle, the one winning the first fall
to dictate the style of the third.
tiaras la liar for KuImm
Farmer" Martin Burns arrived
from Big Kock this morning. 'I am
here for business and to give any
man all the satisfaction ' he wants,"
he said In his modest way, "pro
vided he can back up what he says.
I am ready to meet all comers, but
people who talk with me must come
with the money. I am not in it for
my healtn or the fun of the thing. It
is strictly a business transaction
with me and if the winner of to
night's match wishes to meet me ho
must show me the color of his
money. Then 1 will come to terms
with him very ijuickiy. I am here
for that purpose."
The appearance of both Burns and
McLcnd in the city should offer an
opportunity for settlement of the
long-existing controversy between
the two and it seems certain that if
Mcl.uod is in earnest about all that
he has said about his desire to meet
Burns, hero is his chance.
Whom to Marry.
It is interesting to Icnm, on the an'
thurify (if Dr. Muntrgnue, the Italian
lrr'rinr, that tho aoMicr generally
turns wit an exemplary and faithfnl
liiulmnd, ono of the reasous being, oddly
enough, that the family dinner is grate
ful to liiiu after a loug course of mess
Tho professor counsels young men to
dlxtruKt equally pronounced brunettes
with very black eyes, whoso passionate
truipwauieuts will cause trouble, and
large, fair women, whoxe notch a lance
aud indolence nro similarly disastrous
to domestic happiness.
Thi'y should seek a young girl who is
neither very fair nor very dark, and
licit her excessively domineering uor foe-
Mo in character, and, aliove all, one who
loves Iittlo children. This is un iufalli
bio sign, according to the professor, of a
teuder uud good disposition.
rallad la fart.
Tather-in-law What I Only six
months married and looking so heavy
beaited? What s the mutter 7
Stu in-law Well, father, to tell the
trnth, married life hasn't turned out
qnito as exhilarating as it promised. In
fuet, it a lieen quito a failare.
tutner tu-luw that nil comes, my
dear boy, from your failing to obey my
Son-in-law What was that?
Father-in-law Havo yon forgotten so
sunn? Don't yon remember that when
yon came to ak nie for my daughter I
mini to you, "Take her and be happy ! '
Yon took her all right, but have eri
dotitly slighted the lat part of my in
junction. Richmond Dispatch.
Wa Hirt tha UottMiu
to prove that Zoa-Phora stands at
,h.t . . -
mo ueau as a remedy tor ail com
plaints peculiar to girl and women
Modest ladies will not let their testl
mony be published In newspaper.
oni we mail them in scaled letters to
lailies who request It. Zoa-Phora
Medicinecompaav, Kalamazoo. Mich
For sale bv T. if. Thomas and Mar
Rlvar Rial' a.
The Verne Swain came down and
the l ilot and erne Swain passed u
The t sire of water at the Rnrk
Island bridge at noon was 65; the
Dr. Kay's Renovator is certain to
cleanse and Invigorate the whole
system, bold by T. II. Thomas,
Overcoat sale at Goldsmith's.
Soap sale tonight at Eckhart's.
Dressed chickent at Hess Bros'.
Go to Eckhart's for soap tonight.
Fine dressed chickens at Shields .
Oysters and celery at Hess Bros .
Mrs. M. Lew has returned from
H. P. Hull has returned from his
Ulster overcoats from t.t an nn at
Morris RosenBeld's ennrtiLinn ia nn.
Fresh river fish 8 cents a nonnd
at Long's this evening.
Calamine those black cheviot units
at 16.35 at Goldsmith's.
All kinds of cut flowers at Kelt.
hart's. Twentieth street.
Glance at C. C. Tavlor's chan re of
ad. it may Interest you.
If you are interested in overcoats
or suits call at Goldsmith's.
All night dance at Roche's hall
ery oaiuruay nignt 35 cents.
Furniture at rock bottom nrinea at
Fleming's new store. Twentieth
Remember Shields, the nrice
crusher, lie is always paralvziner
Ovaters. celerv. rirpaaorl rhioVona
sweet potatoes and cranberries at
After the wrestling match trn ta
John Martin's for a game lunch
Circuit Clerk G. W. Gamble and
ife are visiting relativAa at St
Mr. and Mrs. R. Stnckhnnan ar
rived home last evenincr frnm their
Charles Stoddard is homa from hia
season's work with the river encrinenr
curps tor ine winter.
A Complete line of nnderwaar
caps, gloves and mittens, lowest
prices, at uoiasnmn's.
Ve do not hear afivthina- mnn
about the Union' athita Smith
and Harris. Is the event off?
Rev. J. H. Cannon, of St. Jnunk'i
church. Is gradually recovering from
miau. 01 lypnoia iever.
Df. O. P. Sala visited with nil ann
Dr. E. M. Sala. vesterdav on hia
home from Chicago to Blooming.
Cabinets $2 oer dozen for tha holi
day trade. Cards $1 per dozen. Jar-
vis bite Art company, 820 Brady
A continuance of thn r.nhim rvt
ton mills effects are to satisfy a judg
ment was taken todav until' Nnv. 11
by Sheriff Hemenway.
In Magistrate Schroeder's conrt
iesterday Robert Johnson was fined
5 and costs for assaulting Georo-n
S. McGee, of 612 Fifteenth street.
The Rock Island Mini titer a' oma.
elation has a meeting at the Y. M.
a"", a a .
. a. rauniiiy morninc to nrriniro
for the Thanksgiving union service.
1 be Ladies7 Kehef Corps gives a
box social at Grand Army hall Tues.
dav evenincr. Each ladv attenrfino-
is requested to bring a box of some-
. 1. ! . .
.mug iu cat.
Col. Charles Dnrh Ktn Anil inn
Charles Dnrham, Jr., and Capt.'
imiu lipumsreDicK in kock Isl
and aeain after closing nn tha aAaann
of river improvement.
F. J. Kinney returned last evening
from Janesville. where he attended
tho funeral of his uncle. Dr. Thor.
Judd. Phil Mitchell is expected
to reach home tonight.
All young men wishing to join the
uiius iu eiecincuy unaer ine instruc
tions of Prof. Peterson are requested
to te at the Y. M. C. A. office Mon
day evening at 8 o'clock.
Ollicer Mulnueen this afternoon ar
rested O. E. Heppers, a traveling
man, who was attempting to leave
the city without paying a conple of
uajrs vuaru uui at me narper nouse.
Young & McCombs, the enterpris
ing department atnra nrnnrtai....
I a.awj.lll.m1 0,
have found another way of flinging
tueix lauiu ro me iour winds 01
heaven. A handsome new streamer,
bearine the words "Ynnnn- a Mo-
Combs." now floats pracefnllv in tha
breeze from a staff on top of their
building, its fluttering folds telling
tales of the energy and enterprise
Maka Toaraair Strong;
If you would resist pneumonia,
bronchitis, typhoid fever, and per
sistent conghs and colds. These ills
attack the weak and run down the
system. They can find no foothold
where the blood is kept pure, rich
and full of vitality, the appetite good
auu uigcsuuu vigorous, wun tlooa 1
Sarsaparilla, thc one trne blood pur
Hood's pills cure liver ills, constt
patlon, biliousness, jaundice, sick
A Child Eajora
The pleasant flavor, pen tie aelinn
and soothing effects of Syrup of
r igs, when in need of a laxative, and
it the father or mother be costive or
bilious, the most gratifying results
follow iu use; so that it is the best
family remedy known, and everv
family should Lave a bottle on hand.
How to Prevoat a Cold.
After an exposure, or whan vnn
feel a cold coming on, take a dose of
Foley's Honey and Tar. It never
tails. 60 cents. For sale at If.
Bahn sen's drug; store.
An interesting cooking exhibition
will be given at onr store during the
week commencing Tuesday, Nov. 12.
at which some unique features will
be presented and practically illus
trated in the making of biscuit, cake
and pastry that will be of interest to
all. Come and see.
Yours truly, -r
Saturday Evening, Nov. 9
Wrestling Match for a Parse of
D. H. CARROLL,
The Canadian Cbimpin,
The IIiukT California Champioa,
Boats, SSe, SOe, TSc and fl. Boxes, SI BO; stage
Sunday Evening, Nov. 10.
GEE AT ATIRACTION!
Marie Wellesley's Players,
In a repottoue of standard dramas.
ALL SEATS 10 CENTS!
A Big Company. House Packed
verfwhare. Opening BUI,
Great Specialties, etc. Chance of bill
nightly Remember only one price of ad
miarion 10 cents for beat seats, tte
etrved seat, on sale at Ulener troe' jew, 1
ry store. Uemesaber no adraiicjin prier,
10 Cents for reserved seats
The Portage Entry
Successors ta the.PprUge
Red Stone Co., also to Furst
Nen A Co.,
LAKE SUPERIOR PORT
AGE RED, BROWN
AND VARIEGATED SAND
Security Building, Ninth
Floor, Madison Street and
Men's Calf Shoes. New Toes.
Great wearers. Guaranteed.
Equal to other dealer's $3.00
shoes. Seeing is believing.
Ladies' Dougola and Calf
New lasts and styles. B to E
widths. Greatest values ever
offered at the price $2.48.
Needle and narrow square toe.
For Piano, Organ, Violin,
Guitar, Mandolin, Banjo,
and Vocal. To advertise
it will give away hand
some Music Rack. Call
in and get a copy.
Chas. C. Taylor.
SATfJKPAY, KOVEMBEB 9. 1095.
RIVERSIDE OAS STOVES
Burn Hard Coal Snft
Coal, Coke or Wood, and
keeps fire for 24 hours.
E17IS3IDB C0CZ3 AND BANSZ3
are the finest Baking
Stoves on the market.
E very one sold on a pos
Call and Examine Them.
1615-1617 Second lYenne.
All' have a fondness for dain
ties in Confectionery as in
everything else. Probably
because sweets have an at
traction for each other. If
yon want, to mollify your
wife, sister or sweetheart for
some fancied wrong, buy her
a box of ,
Chocolates or Bon Bons
at KRELL & MATH'S.
THE BEST BREAD
Men in this city are KRELL
& MATH'S. They kneed
good Bread for all who need
good Bread, and "take the
cake" for making the finest
bakery goods. Whenever
yon are not busy and feel
inclined to loaf, do net fail
to call at KRELL & MATH'S
and get a loaf of their Home
Made Bread. There is a
whole loaf of satisfaction '
KRELL & MATH'S
Phone 1156. 1716-1718 Second Ar.
New fair 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,
T and it will pay you to deal with a square firm.
liJ &u K
Largest and Finest ClothinK Store in the county. I , ' T " JT " .. . .
Until further ,ti our store
McEtlty re-Reck Dry Goods Co.
It is the constant aim of this store to sell reliab'e
gooda at leta prices than the same goods can be bought
for elsewhere, and this week will be no exception to
the role. We are making apecial drives in Blankets.
Hosiery. Underwear, Dress Goods and Cloaks, bargain
offerings yon ought to look into and get your sham of.
Napped Wrappera two numbers for bargain buyers.
A lot of the prettiest red and black fancy atriped
fleecy Wrappers, with big wide skirts and rr eat room v
sleeves, go this week at 1.24. the nsnal price $1.75.
10 or 12 dozen handsome Persian Wrappers, waU
tean pleat, pointed collar. Tery wide skirts, enormous
sleeves, at fl.63. Such Wrappers as too nsuallv Dav
$2.18 for. Yon will have to come early to get one.W
Sk"'- To",U for ua. mm.
DRESS GOODS BUSINESS.
A rianea at onr baaM window vita. Its prettr Dress Fattaras at
rtaesllk Snloard Imported Beartctta. esc- tatmwtad - an,.
He; all wool sad part wool SS-ias. Paa mZdnSStie.91 '
Calling the TURN
Yhen th leaves begin to turn we always endeavor to
turn our Furniture into.money. It is your turn to buy
of us, and before you turn in tonight make up your mind
to that effect Come at once and get a good re-turn
for your money. Do not be taci-turn until the bargains
are gone, for then we shall have to turn you down.
Turn over in your mind the following:
That we Want Your Trade.
That we will make it worth your while. That what you
buy will be reliable. That we make no false promises.
Handsome Chamber Suits, for
merly sold for $f0. now $35
Exquisite Parlor Suites, worth
doub'e the money, Jjjj25
CLEM ANN & SALZMANN
Corner Second Avenue and Sixteenth Street
Are the High Excellencies of the
M. & K.
will be open evening, till op ml
1709 and 171 1 Second Avenue, Rock
LADIES' FLEECED HOSIERY.
At temptingly low prices 100 doseo fast black
fleeced hosiery, pair 10c, or 1 for a quarter.
60 dorea splendid heavv Ilermadorf fast black Hose
anper fleeced, pair 25c. or 6 for a dollar.
&0 dozen Maco yam, fast black Hose, double spliced
heel, superior ailk fleeced, pair Sftc. or S for fOc
A doaea other values equally good at equallv low
pncea to qnickly Introduce to yonr noUoe the' best
and cheapest Hosiery in Rock Island.
OJdi and ends of line of gloves at 25, 60 and 76c
75e to $1.25.
CAPES AND JACKETS.
The newest and best ideas la Jackets will be found
later thaa W edaesday, some 20 different styles of the
latest in Jackets.
We offer SO good black fur Capes. $10 and $12 ral
aesat$S.75and$6.98. Only SOln the lot.
Gennine English hair cloth. AOe kind this week 39c
Other dress goods bargains yon cannot afford to pass.
Dry Goods Co.
SIDEBOARDS the most ex
tensive line ever shown in the
three cities, at 3flQ
That are Made Right,
And at the Right Price.
,,o 10 i ogmccmn oral