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THD AIWUO. THUKBDAY, OCTOBER 1. 1C3
Shields tomorrow only.
Cralle & Co reliable livery.
The beat broom Lee's Little Gem.
See Shields' grand benefit sale on
Bull dog toe in men's shoes at
Shields' grand sale tomorrow. See
ad, page five.
Open until 9 o'clock every evening
at the M. & K.
Tomorrow will be bill day at the
city cleik's office.
Mils Millie Sell mid is visiting with
friends in St. Louis.
A cbance to get a snappy up-to-date
shoe. Dolly Bros'.
John fl. Andrews, of Dubuque, is
visiting friends in the city.
Dolly Bros, are showing 11 styles
in men's shoes for winter wear.
For a nice refreshing drink there
is none like Carse & Ohlweiler's.
Commencing this evening the M.
& K. will keep open until 9 o'clock.
There will be services at Trinity
church tomorrow at 9 a. m. and 7:30
When you call for soda water or
ginger ale see that you get Carse &
Mrs. D. Griffin and son, Dennis,
have returned from a visit to Colo
When ordering carriages remember
Cralle & Co. Careful drivers and
Dancing school at Roche's hall
Tne9day and Saturday evenings.
Admission 25 cents.
A good entertainment at the First
M. K. church this evening. Ice
caeam and cake for sale.
Bottle milk, cream and butter milk
for sale on Nineteenth street between
First and Second avenues.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilpin Moore give a
reception at at their residence on
Moline avenue this evening.
The London clothing house will be
open evenings until 9 o'clock till
further notice. Sax & Bice.
Miss Hillier will be found at Har
row's store, 330 Twentieth street,
instead of 320, as formerly.
The daylight clothing and shoe
honse of M. & K. will keep open
every evening until 9 o'clock.
The Bimetallic clnb meets tonight
at the Bryan club rooms, when J. C.
II. Reed and others will speak.
There will be a regular monthly
meeting of the Missionary society at
Trinity church tomorrow evening.
Tom Lee and sister, Miss Bessie,
left last night for Minneapolis. Miss
Lcc will attend school at St. Paul.
Michael Bradley, Joseph Roberts,
George Hill and C. O'Connell, of Gen
eseo, were visitors in the city yester
day. Col. II. B. Burgh and family ar
rived in the city this morning from
the far west to again make this city
Plattdeutschen Bruders will give
a grand dance at Stodd's hall. Eighth
avenue and Ninth street, Oct. 3.
Tickets 25 cents.
Choice snow apples 35 cents a
buBhel, Jersey sweet potatoes 50
cents a bushel and walnuts 15 cents
a peck at Beecher's.
Eastern Fair is the place to get
home made shirts, aprons and boys'
wai'ts, cheaper than anywhere else.
Also a full line of underwear.
II. Pinska and Mrs. Johanna Holm,
of this city, were married at the par
sonage of the Grace Lutheran church
by Kev. J. L. Murphy yesterday
Ella. 6 davs' old child of Mr. and
Mrs. Chris Belig. of 1517 Sixth av
enue. died last night of cramps. The
funeral occurs at 2 o'clock tomorrow
Capt. II. A. McDonald is the proud
papa of a little son that arrived this
morning. Capt. Hugh says be will
till out Johnny Rinck's row in the
'That parade must have made
some people a little tired." remarked
an oer jubilant republican tnis
morning. "No," was the replv, "not
half so tired as Powderlj's efforts
The board of supervisors met pur
suant to adjournment at the court
house at 2 o'clock this afternoon
Chairman Carev presiding.- The
afternoon is being devoted to routine
The Milan line barn of the Tri-City
Railway company was closed this
morning until spring, and hereafter
all cars will be housed at the Moline
avenue barn, where Assistant Super
intendent Ed Smoots will assist Supt.
Highest Honors World' Pair,
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Qsani of Tartar Powder. Free
torn Ammonu, Alum or any other adultertnt.
40 TIARS THI STANDARD.
VV IS cn
Hill hereafter. Mr. Smootz having
charge of the mechanical depart meat.
Miss Clara Meese wishes all schol
ars of the Trinity Industrial si bool
to attend the opening, at 2 o'clock,
Saturday afternoon. Oct. 3, at the
corner of Fourth avenue and Seventh
A full line of stone jars at the
Eastern Fair, just the thing for pick
les and preserves. All sises from
one quart to 15 gallons, ranging in
price from 5 to 8 cents per gallon.
All members of the Bryan elub are
requested to meet at the headquar
ters at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow even
ing to take part in the flag raising
at Seventh avenne and Fourteenth-and-a-half
John Scbafer. Jr.. John Schall. C.
C. Coyne and W. D. Hall, of Port
Byron, were in the city yesterday to
attend the Altgeld meeting, as were
J. G. Britton. of Andalusia, and J.
H. Foster, of Foster.
The concert that should have been
given Wednesday evening at the
Swedish Lutheran church by Miss
Edla Lund and the Apollo quartet is
postponed and will be given Satur
day evening at 8 o'clock.
Miss Jennie M Warrick, formerly
stenographer for the R. I. A- P. road
in this eity. was married to W. L.
Wright at Davenport last evening by
Rev. Roland Williams. The couple
will reside in Davenport.
The citizens adjacent to the vicin
ity of Fourtrenth-and-a-half atreet
and Seventh avenue will raise a
Bryan and Sewall flag tomorrow
evening, which will be participated
in by the Bryan and Altgeld clubs.
Burglars entered the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Taylor, on Ninth
avenue last evening, while Mr. and
Mrs. Taylor were absent, and ran
sacked the house, carrying off two
pair of trousers, $7 in money, a gold
Should you not be able to call dar
ing the day M. & K. will be open
every evening until 9 o'clock and
win oe pleased to snow you the
nobby new stvles. It's the best
lighted store at night or day in Rock
lne fare department was called to
subdue a blaze caused by a defective
nue in a bouse owned by Mrs Collins
on Twentieth street, south of Fifth
avenue, this morning. A portioi of
tie kitshen waa destroyed, entailing
loss 01 f 100.
Otis Skinner presents "The Mer
chant of Venice," and "Katherine
and Petruchio" in complete produc
tion witn eiegant special scenery at
the Burtis Monday evening. The
sale of seats opens at Fluke's, Daven
port, tomorrow morning.
Dr. Clouser, the noted French doc.
tor, is located at 1601 Fourth a v.
enne, where all are invited to call on
him for free consultation. All cures
done by simply laying on of hands
Best or recommendations and testi
moniala can be seen at his office. All
The man who carried the eazle
for the Lincoln clnb in last
night's procession either lost his
quiubrium, or the bird of freedom
attempted to fly, for the man got out
ol line down near Harper's theatre
when the parade was starting and
did not get in again. He was evi
dently too much fired with the spirit
of the occasion.
The Rock Island delegates to the
convention of State Liquor Dealers'
association at Streator have returned
home. John Ohlweiler was unani
mously reelected vice president at
large, and an effort was made to have
the convention come to Rock Island
next year, and while Danville landed
it, Kock island is practically certain
ui an ing it iwo years nence.
In the circuit court this afternoon
Ed Cubits, an 18 year old lad of Mo
line. is being tried. He is charged
with stealing a cash register from an
unoccupied building there and sell-
! 1 . ? . .
log ii iu usvenpori. me lad testi
nes in nis own behalf, and though
unable to. prove an alibi, insists that
he is innocent. It may prove a very
For the occasion of the grand ex
nibttton in the way of the head end
collision between locomotives near
Peoria Heights Sunday, Oct. 4. the
R. I. & P. will offer a rate of 2 for
the round trip. Train leavea Rock
island at 8 a. m. and returning starts
irom reoria at 7:25. It. will be a
thrilling spectacle, the locomotives
starting a mile apart and rushing
into eacu otners embrace at the
highest speed attainable.
Crop Correspondent Camnbell's re
port to tne department of agricul
ture for September, places the aver
age yield of oats at 20 bushels to the
acre with an average quality of 50
per cent. The average condition of
corn ts no per cent, the normal
yield ia the county shelled being 35
ousneis per acre, wnue the yield
now indicated is 42 bushels. The
average condition of potatoes is 61
per cent, the normel yield per acre iu
the county being 100 bushels with a
prospect of 75 bushels per acre. The
average condition of apples is 76 per
Noble, IU., Sept. 11, 18961 was
taken with the erin last Febrnarv
and it settled in my left aide. My
nerves were very weak and I could
not aleep. My friends advised me
to trv Hood's Sarsaoarilla and
bought five bottles It baa benafiuwl
me so much that from my experience
i uearuiy rccommena K.
Mn. Maukda Biggs
Hood's pills are easy to buy, easy
to tan, easy in eneci.
Witb a better understanding of the
transient nature of the many phys
ical ills, which vanish before proper ef
forts gentle effort pleasant eff orte
rightly directed. There is comfort in
the knowledge, tbat bo many forma of
aickness are not due to any actual dis
ease, but simply to a constipated condi
tion of the system, which the pleasant
family laxative. Syrup of Figs, prompt
ly removes. That is whv it is the onlv
remedy with millions of families, and is
everywhere esteemed so highly by all
who value good health. Its beneficial
effects aae due to the fact, that it is the
one rect.edy which promotes internal
cleanliness without debilitating the
organs on which it acts. It is therefore
all important, in order to get its bene
ficial effects, to note when you pur
chase, that you have the genuine arti
cle, which is manufactured by the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by
all reputable druggists.
If in the enjoyment of good health,
and the system 'is regular, laxatives or
other remedies are then not needed. If
afflicted with any actual disease, one
may be commended to the moat skillful
physicians, but if in need of a laxative,
one should have the best, and with the
well-informed everywhere. Syrup of
Figs stands highest and is most largely
used and gives most general satisfaction.
J PETTING THE BEST
Ot evervthlnr in thit flmr-prv 1
line is trading at our store. E
We make a business of having W
everytmng new in the market,
id on us. r
buu yuu csu uepenu
iiere you may hnd:
Bad Idles. Pass.
FRUITS . .
Peaches fin banket) Preaerriiig Peara,
flmnea. rllfnrai. Vmrm
Apples. California Plana,
CHEESE . . .
Frontage d Brie. Ctnbboaee, .
Imported Swiea. Woqn-rort.
Kdara, New York Cream,
New Buckwheat Flour.
New Maple Syrup.
Given Away witn
Every Purchase of
t4, 5, 110 or $12.
GET A TICKET and start in. We
punch your ticket with the amount
purchased. Bring yonr ticket every
time you buy anything. It won't
take long to get one of these beauti
ful pictures. .
Ask for a Ticket
1717 Second Avenue.
Riverside Hard Coal Sate
Smooth Castings. Perfect Mount
ings, Elegant Trimmings, with
more good points than any
CALL AND SEE THEM.
M1S-U17 SECOND AVENUE.
Cupid Hovers Hear
When yonr sweetheart ac
tual or prospective opens a
Chocolates or Bon Boris
Sent her br yon. The an
swer to the question 11 ow
to Get Married send her a
box of the EXQUISITE BON
BON 5 handled by
KRELL & MATH
BAKXKT AND FAKTT
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Phone) 115. ms-mi Seoond Ave.
P. S Try a few yourself. '
NEVER AS PltElTV.
That d'stinguisces It from all other makes and whtch merit alone can prodoce. Parents who take pride In
seeing thir boj s look neat and natty, should, by all means, visit oar boys' department.
And they are decidedly
for a little
Sole agents fjr Dug an & Hudson's lion Clad Boys' Shoes The
earth, and a guarantee with every pair.
Headquarters for Fine Clothing
THEY JELL THE TRUTH
When they say that ZImmer & Co. suits are models of perfection
and fit. It's time they cost a trifle more than cheap, ill-fitting
stock made suits, but it's money saved in the end. A tailor-made
garment looks well as long as it holds together. A hand me-down
seldom ever does.
And view Zimmer & Co's. handsome cats '.mere t, cheviots, vicunas,
worsteds, serges, etc. A faultless line for top and great coats and
everything right in price
Honestly Belie ve I
You'll agree with us tbat our prices on Furniture
ft are not high, but low lower than you have ever ft
been ii the habit of paying.
Low In price but high in quality, is the im-
ft presslon you get when you come here and look.
If you think of brightening up your house a bit with
A NEW PIECE OF FURNITURE 1
i THE LEADER IN FURNITURE.
NEVER AS LOW IN PRICE.
Besides there Is something in the touch, finish and style of
the sweetest cutest, latest and handsomest we have ever shown. If yu are looking
better article at a less price than you expected to pay, by all means visit
order until you havt se n
Or a whole Suite of any kind, come here and
see what we can do for you. In carpets we
were never better situated to show you the best
and latest at hard-times prices.
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best shoe on