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-THE ARQTJg, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1896.
. "In the Heart of the Hills."
L. S. McCabe is in Nebraska.
Cralle & Co reliable livery.
The best broom Lee's Little Gem.
"la the Heart of the Hills" begins
"Wanted, a Wife," at the theatre
Allen E. Porter is home from his
See Wright & Barber's notice of
Read the new serial. "In the Heart
of the Hills."
Sister Bill Payne, of .urns, was in
the city today.
Grand special sale at Wright &
Barber's. See ad.
Read the opening chapters of "In
the Heart of the Hills."
F. D. Ramsay, of Morrison, White
side county, is at the Harper.
Lace curtain sale, G9 cents on the
dollar at Mclntyre-Reck Co'u.
Resrf the want column. Yon may
find t ha' you are looking for.
Miss Fannie Knox has returned
from a 6 weeks' visit in Chicago.
Kid gloves, nice, fresh, clean stock,
$1.25 ones 69 cent?, at Mclntyre
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Detjens are
in (ieneseo to attend the funeral of
When ordering carriages remem
bt r Cralle & Co. Careful drivers and
It's never too late to d good in
The A rocs want column. You can
always get results.
Charcoal, hard and soft coal, coke,
hard wood and kindling at Mc
Kown's. 'Phone 1198.
Judge Pleasants will convene the
circuit court at 9 o'clock tomorrow
morning to enter a few chancery orders.
Frank Babnsen and Ira Karr have
returned from Pittson, Pa., where
they attended the White-Lacoe nup
Pole and fixtures free with every
pair of lace curtains at 1.50 and
over bought this week. Mclntvre-
G. F. White and daughter. Miss
Florence, of Davenport, left via the
Milwaukee this morning for Chicago
on a visit.
Big sale of importers' lace curtains
at 9 cents on tbe dollar at Mela
tyre-Keck Co s. ignite a saving on
A number of Rock Island ladies are
planning to give a chrysanthemum
'show for the benefit of St. Anthony's
hospital in tbe near future.
' Henry Hoeft, one of Henry county's
well known residents and father of
William Hoeft, of this city, died at
his home in Geneseo Sunday.
Miss Lilia Unger, who has been
visiting at the home of Miss Jennie
Chandler, of South Rock Island, the
past two weeks, returned to her home
The marriage of David J. Brown,
of this city, and Miss Nellie Slattery,
of Davenport, takes place at St.
Anthony's church, Davenport, tomor
Mrs. M. A. Trego, of Holyoke,
Col., and Mrs. K. T. Lippincott, of
Orion, are making a short visit at
Dr. W. T. Magih's. Mrs. Trego is
an aunt of Dr. Magill.
Have you heard the new song, "In
the Shadow of the Pines?" It Is im
mense. Legg Bros., of Kansas Citv,
Mo., have it, and they are making a
cut price oi zo cents a copy.
Mrs. Mylo Lee left for her future
home at Minneapolis last night ac
companied by her daughter, Mrs
Southerland, of St. Paul. Mr. Lee
remains in the city until after elec
Chris Duffy, of Ottawa, clerk of the
appellate court, who is seeking elec
tion again on tbe republican ticket,
was in town last nigbt, calling on
the boys to see if they could give
ii i in a lilt.
mrs. unaries nicHugn gave a
bicycle pirty this afternoon, the
itinerary embracing a run to Moline,
across to the island and throngh the
arsenal oacic to Kock: island. Ke
freshments were served at the Har
per on the return.
Tbe Lnited States civil service
commission has ordered an examina
tion by its local board Dec. 5 for
the grades of carrier and clerk in
the postal service. The aire limits
tiona are, for clerk, 18 years or over;
carrier, over 21 years and under 40
- a ramuy Anair" was given a
clever presentation bv Van Daka Jk
Katon's company at Harper's theatre
last night. The company is a good
Highest Honors World's Fair,
one all the way throngh and far
above tbe run of aggregations which
have been blowir.tr this direction re
Director C. o. Marsnau, or tbe
board of education, and Supt. R. G.
Young, of the Rock Island public
schools, will attend tbe Northern
Illinois Teachers' association con
vention at Free port this weak and
endeavor to bring the April meeting
to Kock island. .
vt. J. b. HoiiowDusn waa sur-l
prised by a party of f rienda last
evening on the occasion of bis birth
day anniversary, the company hav
ing taken possession oi his home at
the inviation of Mrs. Hollo wbush
while the doctor waa absent. Tbe
evening was most delightf a ly passed.
A party including Mr. and firs.
J. S. Klehl, Mesdames J. E. Brier.
E A. Stone, C. A. Plounkett and
Clawser, of Anita, Iowa, and Mrs.
mmstedt. oi Carson. Iowa, spent
last nigbt at the Harper en route to
Dubuque. Iowa, to attend the con
vention of the Ladies of the Eastern
There will be a hallowe'en social
given in the lecture room of the Cen
tral church Friday evening. Booth
and other decorations will be of cur
ious collection and most novel de
signs. Admission 10 cents; refresh
ments iree. ana plenty oi amuse
ments. Everybody cordially invited.
W. H. Catton has an invitation
from the Brunswick-Balk Collender
company to participate in one of two
prize billiard tournaments which it
is arranging for, one to come off at
Chicago and the other at New fork.
Billy has not been handling the cue
regularly of late, but if he did take
a stick in the game there is no doubt
but what he would cut down aome
of the money.
A musical and literary entertain
ment was given by Court of Honor
31 last evening. The program con
sisted of a mandolin duet by J. Ram-
ser and J. Hutchinson; vocal duets by
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Merrett; Llllis
Kerr and Vigil Jacobs; vocal solos by
Mrs. J. W. Crandall and Misa Fanny
uavis; piano duet Dy Misses Emma
Davis and Lulu Koch; piano solos by
Misses Ella Merrett and Ella Stafford;
reading bv Mrs. M. Mae Jacobs and
reoitations by Virgil Jacobs and Miss
Maude Langlev. Then refreshments
were served and a few hours soent
ALL SHOULD UPHOLD IT.
Outj of the Oaanty to Vat M-tmmy to
OB the Court Boat Baada.
There still seems.to.be a disposition
among some people in various sec
tions of the county to misconstrue
the object of the proposition to be
voted on next Tuesdav te levy a tax
to raise money to apply on the court
house bonds. And indeed it is a
more serious matter than many cou-
(tder it for should the proposition
be defeated the county would be left
comparatively penniless with a
$125,000 debt hanging over it.
Mate's Attorney Hearie, as the
county 'a legal adviser, spoke today of
the importance or this question, and
said its defeat would mean incalcul
able injury and embarrassment to the
good name of the county. All the
people did in 1894 was to empower
the county to bond the county for
$125,000. They did not vote to raise
the money, it is at this election
that they are asked to do this. This
should be understood, and every man
with the honor and integrity of Kock
Island county at heart, should make I
himself a committee of one and go
among his friends and explain the
situation oeiore it is too late.
With a better understanding1 of tbe
transient nature of the muT tbva
leal ilia, which vanish before trottrr ef
forts gentle effort pleasanteffort
rightly directed. There is comfort in
the knowledge, that so many forma of
sickness are not due to any actual dis
ease, but simply to a constipated condi
tion of tbe system, which the pleasant
xamiiy laxative, ryrupoi t igs. prompt
ly removes. That is why it is tbe only
remedy with millions of families, and is
everywhere esteemed so highly by all
who valne rood health. Its beneficial
effects are due to the fact, that it is the
one remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness without debilitating the
organs on which it acts. It hi therefore
all important, in order to get its bene
llcial effects, to note when von dm
chase, that you have the genuine arti
cle, which is manufactured by the Cali-
lurnia r ig ayrup Ui only said Bold by
all reputable drujrgista.
If in the en-iovment nf tmrtA health
and the system is regular, laxatives or
other remedies are then not needed. If
amicted 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
Firs stands highest and is most larrelT
bcu uu gives mum general satiaiacuon.
We Always Have
The best that's in the mar
ket and at the lowest price
quality considered. We
are always on the lookout
and if you want seasonable
goods as soon as they are
in market telephone us.
Spinach, Oyster Plant, Rad
ishes, Spanish, Onions, Hub
bard Squash, Egg 1'lsot,
Soup Bunches. Head Lettuce,
California Peaches and
Pears, Mew York ('.rapes,
Delaware Crapes, Oranges,
Quinces, Preserving- Fears,
Ilckling Pears.Tokay Grapes
cboiee Katinjr Apples, oweet
Apples. Cranberries, Banan
as, oranges, Comanuts.
MONARCH OF THE
Hard Coal Dm
Smooth Castings. Perfect Mount
ings, Elegant Trimmings, with
more good points than any
CALL AND SEE THEM.
1S1B-1I17 SECOND AVENUE.
01 Those Testing
Dressed Spring Chickens.
08ters, canned and bulk.
Buckwheat Flour. Maple
Syrup. Chestnuts, I licory and
Hazel Nuts. All orders will
receive our usual prompt at
tention. Michigan apples by
tbe barrel, choice Minnesota
Burbank potatoes. Kesp'y,
jll ESS OP.
CITHER Fried, Panned.
Stewed, Raw or served
in anv style vou may wish
at KRKLL. MATH'S would
tempt an Anchorite. When
you want to give your
sweetheart or wife an ex
quisite treat, take her to
their fine store and she can
take her choice from more
concentrated delicacies than
you can find la the city.
THOSE remarks and those
' expressive gesture of
approval which we notice at
our cake and pastry counter
convinces us that our Bakery
Goods are jlst right.
SPECIAL : : : KRELL & MATH
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder.
Iroin Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.
40 TEAM THB STAMDAKDl
The stage of water at the Rock
Island bridge at noon was Lie and
stationary; the temperature 69.
Boats up were the Robert Dodds.
Jo Long and City of Winona; down
the V erne swain.
The water is falling at St. Paul
and St. Louis and is stationary at all I
other points save at Reck Island and
Uubunue, where a slight-rue. s noted.
The forecast says that very little
change will occur in the height of I
the river stages in the next 24 hours.
Waadarf al asset.
Charleston, 111., Oct. 13. 1895. -I
and my S-year old son have had
catarrh for about three years, and
could get no medicine that would do I
us any good, until we began taking I
Hood s oarsaparuia. We have found
that this medicine has a wonderful
eneci on catarrn and we believe it is
a cure for this disease." Ira W.
Hood's pills act harmoniously with
tiooa s aarsapariiia.
Rev Bay Ola.
Manv desperate cases of kidney
diseases pronounced incurable have
oeen cured by roiey's Kidney Cure.
Many physicians use it. Sold by M.
A Xild Request.
Fair patient Is there no way of tell.
ing exactly what is the matter with uml
ijt. r.tudeo Only a post mortem ex
amination would reveal that
air Patient Then.- for heaven' I
sake, make one. I dou't see why I should
be squeamish at such a time aa this.
rick Me Up.
Alfonso V of Arason and Naples was
entitled the Magnanimous becauso on
more than one occasion he released pris
oners taken in war instead of putting
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ucui h ucua or noiains them lor a
a ne Department or agriculture era-
mates mat tne cost of sowins an acre
or wneat in Alabama is 90 cents, and
from this amount the figure diminishes
in otaer states to 14 centa ia Iowa.
Line of Ladies Fine
Shoes, button and lace.
All widths We have
added a line of Ladies
$3 oo Boots. Also our
Kangaroo Calf High
School Shoe, all for
$2.50. They equal any
$3 00 shoes in the city.
Get one of those beautiful
pictures FREE, if you have
Give yon a whole loaf of sat
Isfaetioa when you bny their
Bread, besides it weighs
three ounces more thaa any
other bakers at the same
iPaonellM- 171S-171S Second Ave.
Fresh Oysters by the Can.
Mc Unity re-Reck Dfy Goods co.
170 nod 1711 Second Avenne, Hoci I-tt1, El
HE BARGAIN CENTER
Birgains in Nuggets
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Cloaks and Jackets.
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yRE NEVER afraid to sell goods on a close margin. We
want to get and keep a big trade; we know of but one S
way to do it and that Is to "sell cheap. We do It and find
aM mta finloi m.mm fm l ..Jt f..1..M f.
aj"" vanmoai vui uuc vi uiig vaiis austa luiunuic a
has never been surpassed In this vicinity. Our assortment Is
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complete In every detail, and you will say so when you
Have Given' Our Stock Inspection.
We are making the goods go by putting priors on them that
will not let them stay In the store. g
Many handsome new novelties that will Interest .you
when you call. fZ
Clemann & Salztnann.
THE LEADERS IN FURNITURE.
NEVER AS PREITV.
NEVER AS HANV STYLES.
NEVER AS JaOW DT PRICE.
Besides there Is somethbg In the touch, finish and style of
OYS' MEARSNG &PPAREL
That distinguishes It from all other makes and which merit alone can produce. Parents who take pride la
seeing their bos look neat and natty, should, by all means, visit our boys department.
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And they are decidedly the sweetest, cutest, latest and handsomest we have ever shown. If you are looking
for a little better article at a less price than you expected to pay, by nil means visit
Sole agents for Dugan & Hudson's Iron Clad Boys' Shoes The best shoe on
earth, and a guarantee with every pair.
.7.7 sec A. Headquarters for Fine Clothing and Slices