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THE AKdTJO. MONO AT. NOVEMBER 15. 1897.
Vm(t!H Weatli-e tmOemrA ff
T!r; swcfc Miliar.
T.tp la tfa aortlwael tbe
teth-eh (eraJTT ekxae1?. 8ao
t fiuatni la Coiarad. end WreealnaV
and rata m mow at Int-rrala tnm
tikw. ttat-e te take rNtVn. Dm
f"t r-port-4 f root Most of tbe take ,
Tot. ft MiHntim. SI
IO. K. um. ueeerraa. I
Xberfeert ia-.es ptaeot.
DAlj Broe. for rubber.
11-aee tails loaded abells.
tj a kotae ef Raldf Bra.
Mote to loan. Raid Bros,
jaes e'.!a shot j-aes eai r I flee.
Lee's Utile G-m If Ike betl braom.
Caolee eetlajr, tpplM at Beaa't
Mrs. Dr. J. B. kj It reported lo
k erj low.
SncteTrlCH Fl-er, made by
Trade al Beeer'i .leap sash store
aid ae money.
He. C W. Hawts hat rttaratl
from W stasia. i:t.
Hae year eM ambrella reeorered
at Stewart', the batter.
fleas of rabNtrt aad jool rab
lere ek-ep. Do'.ly Broe.
Roli Medal or blaai 3 Soar oaly
1 i') per iMk at Beecber'a.
The lateraal refenae eolleotloaa
for lait weak wera $431 63.
Umbrellas recoeerei wblla 701
watt at Stewart's, tha batter.
Baifi. rte. all sins, kladt aad
price at Qaiaana A Selamenn'e.
Dal floor, fall patent Minnesota
an I j 11.30 par asok at Baaobar'a.
Kaokic? ehalra. cTer 100 differett
klnia, stClemeoq 4k Sslzmaaa'a.
nil Mitekell bat returned (rem
all Y IenTMia kaatiof- etpaditloa.
lit. and Mra. William Ilawley
Bmltb. cf Taorla, wara la tha oily to
day. Fancy draln tablaa and easet ia
nllet rariety et.ClemanooiSalx"
Mr. Dr. 9. II. M filer b returned
from Ft. rul. wbara aha viaHad two
moaiba wit her shier.
U-rbert Kldnr and brlda wara la
ta eity t jdy on their retara home
to Tanria (rim tbtir honeymoon.
Uecklatoah coat, guaranteed wat
er proof, strictly flnt olase. nice t
rrtment, at 8t!irt', tha halter.
Money 10 lues on real estate ae
eerlt, terms reasonable, and no de
lay. Apply to Oaorge F. Both at
JaeVenn ll.r.t'a office.
Oraod tar eI 1 10.000 worth ct
fare to be aold at mac a (act a rare'
pttea Tnaalsy, ' Sot. 1, at Un
ei'a flora aad fur store. Cock III
and. If. P. Cr4nn?b tod bflsa Mama
FeUer kt?o ta ta Caaoa City.
Cel. lo tlsit Mra. Greeaoarb and
oa, who are speaking the wluter
Neat Wedaeedey after oa aad
rantrff the ladlee of Trialty cbarah
will hold aa art eihlbittoa at tbe
borne of Mra. I. D. White, 1S19 Filth
(liod eanad eora I eeata a eaa;
eholce iimtoea two eaaa for lb
eentf ; frees, butter TO rente a pound.
aad e?e lb rants a desea at
John C. faranirt. who Is TlatUng
el t rriende la this eity, la now la the
oal bsiaa at Akron, tlhl. bains;
eenfor eaemDr of tbe Crm 01 Barn-
Tbe marrh;s ef Mitt Theresa
BohmMl aad Sr-near Robiaaoa will
be celebrated Dee. IS at tbe home
ef the bride'a craadpareute, Mr. aad
re. reter 1 rteo.
Tbecaeof the eity el Msliae T.
John A. Maero. tt this city, aa ap-
p.l frrin a at:ee eoart, haa eeaa
eat for I Mil ia tbe oatty coart at t
'clock tomorrow moraine;.
Mrs. A. Laura Beddlastoa. of 714
First avenue. Kock lalantf, baa beaa
appointed mtrinff and Inttalllaa?
effier ( r the atate of Illinola for tbe
Woman's Vetoraa Relief anion.
Genera! Attorney 1. O. Jobneoa.
f tb Wnodes.a. may lease tbe reel
dene rf the Misees Bixby cn Nine
tetath street, aad will move hie fam
ily bare tor the winter (rem reabedy,
Con etaV.e L. V. Erkbart Satardav
took pcteeeeica ef the faraitare of
tbe Hdtel Ordoa ca a ehattle mort
lv beld by Clrlea 'A. Ilayea. ef
Aa la'noia. and pieaa by Joba Kay
ei ui"rpa stiMer.
Ben a.lor woa tbe 18-taeb balk
Ilea billiard tournament at Green's
HJlheit Honort-World't Fair.
Cold Alcdal, MUavinter Fair.
aeademr. Cblcaffo. Tbe result canted
much surprise among tbe old knights
of tbe cue. Here is bow talk of a
three enibion match between Cttoa
Jacob Scbnldt, of Darenport, fell
from Blaek Hawk Creek brid, aeroas
tbe rirer, which la beiae rebuilt, and
oa wbicb be was working. He
alighted oa bia bead and shoulders,
tbe dlstaaee to tbe ground being 20
feet, bat eicaped with serere braises.
Tbe will of tbe lata Henry Rosea.
field, of this city, bat been probated
la tbe county coart. Tbe instru
ment wss drawn May 10 last. Tbe
deceased learet all of bit property to
bit wife, lira. Alloba Rosee field, who
U named aa executrix of tbe will
J. W. Bollinger was endorsed for
circuit judge to auceeed Jadeo Wat
ermaa by tbe Scott couaty bar
Saturday. Mr. Bolllcger It SO years
of ar. and was bora at Geoeseo. Ha
aad Mayor Vollmer and District At
torney Lifcber graduated from the
Davenport Uigb echool In 188.
Bar. J.JL. Murpbr, caator of Grace
Latberaa charch. bat bean boldisg
reltglone meetings la Muscatine Mon
day evening! for aavaral weeks, the
remit being that aa English church
haa beea orranlzsd there by bim. It
was named Graoe Lutheran church.
the same as Mr. Murphy's charge
Invitations bave beea Itsned fcr
tbe wedding ef Mies Alvena J.
Ahrens, daughter ef Mrs." Catharine
Abrana, of thia city, and CbarleaW.
Bade. Jr., nt Rock lalaod, whlob will
take place Wednesday evening, Not.
ib. at the home ol the bride, 40-49
Weet Third street. Davenport
The Confectioners' and Bakers
Journal, New Tork, has this ref
erence to Rock Island: "The
White Tatar of Sweets. Rock
Island, richly laden with mod
era confectioneries, was lately
thrown open to tbe public. It is a
naiutr eitabiienment, blight and In-
Bridget Mller, aged 80 Tears, was
found dead teeterdaT In her apart-
menta in the basement of an unoccu
pied house on Lo Claire street. Dav
enport, b'he lived alone, and was
last seen alive Thursday. It was
euPDosed she died from bemorrbatrea.
at there ami blood oa the floor tl the
room where her body lay.
Tbe hearing of the Allegrott! In
junction la on before Judge (lest in
the olrcutt court this afternoon.
Douglass C. Gregg and William
Thompson and Hon. William McEnlry
appear lor the Allegretti Chocolate
Cran company, andClydoE-Mareb,
cf Chicago, and C. J. Searle, tor the
defendant., Allegrettl A Co.
Tbe working hourt of theemplojf 1
of Rock Ialand arsenal hare been
changed, beginning today. Tby
will Laresfkr report for dutr at 7:S0
a. m. and quit at 4:SO r. m. Tbe
change will remain in effect during
tbe wintor months, and It made for
tbe purpose of avoiding working by
lamp ngni ae mucn at possible.
A committee, com nosed of Cathar.
la Morrison. Cordelia Washington.
R-rlaa Morrinon, May Tollver.
Cberlee DangerSeld, Clarence Toll
ver and Wiley Morton, has arranged
lo give a bax.ar at Tnrner hall three
nights beginning Not. 17, for the
oenantol tbe second Baptist church
A program will be given each cran
ing and aupper wm be aerred.
A rare opportunity wlllbegiTen
lovers of art to study the illustra
tions or tuch world-renowned artists
as Kdwla A. Abby, Charles Dana
Gibson. Howard Tyle. W. T. Smed
ley, eta., at tte art exhibition to be
gl-eo by the Iadie. of Trlni'y church
at the residence ol Mrs. I. V. White.
1SI9 Fifth avenue, Wednesday after
noon and evening. Not. 17. Fine
home made candies and light refresh
ments. AH are cordiallj invited.
D. C Daggett, cf Molina, has been
appointed captain of the naval forces
01 the state by uot. Tanner, lie
now rankt aa captain, which Is relt
lively toe tame as teat ol colonel to
tbe army. Capt. Daggett has been
connected with tha naval militia
ainee He organisation ia Moline.
September, 1893, brat aa lieutenant
commander cf the Second battalion.
and bts rise la rank Is dee to his ex
ceptional knowledge of military tac
tics ana nit cerouon to aaij.
Dr. Morey leaves for Rock Island
Monday and that eity will be the
doctor s tfuture home. There it
rare opening there for him. and be
thus avails himself of It. Rock Ial
and was tha former home of bis wife.
Tbe doctor has been here two years
and during that lime hat bunt up a
one practice, and hat made many
rncccs. . lie leaves here reiuctanuv
He la a gentleman of refinement -and
culture, and tueeest it wished for
him la hit new field. Galesburg Re-
Tatar Item riarM tWef.
Gowya fr rf Ffcx-fctnn. N. J., U mix
7 yoniM. tot he .! ra dil for tnraatsW-
iw. Andt-.UlhlafblrricCc- (WCl
Inhrrtta U Hi1r4nc ttfllte. tUetatbeCj
wt 1. kTK-wt "Df-B" Ok, la fofff-
iruT rrmriet and la bow a fnttMaa from
)TM kw bp'.r.f--o4JoT tmrplry. Garve
3o.-n'wr-Tri to hrmw -Mt lo4o with Tfl
b-r-' aft ha rU them. Ia each cnee
h.jlrf-r. ar-trr.4 crtll hegeft tlrod,"UU-htt-hoa
tlia hor- ard lr tbmm.
ra-aM. armrti fiew .Ti-r-e-yovrn. a 70
bonf eno-w'ihlpf of trader -vara.' fla
le JaiM Vrr-4riV tl '-aea -fid. a BTO-ir
f tS Vrlaod t-rt-i. whroa rbeft. a few
"nftiti ego patrM thera ennch aca-nlBtT.
He Jnrif fr.to a-17 ttcfmard-d Tahtda 00
tf rrw-t that f-riljc hJa tur.rr and drtna
away. Ra ommJIj drir to ee-no Brtf
bnalnii tn, trarea the hcra and fitva
ka-oe. He tiaa arrrrd torm In J-Ji fnr
at-allng two hor-ea and b aiin under ar
SS-plece tea tat, aemi-percelaia.
100 pieoe dinner set, plain white.
very near transparent 5.49
100 piece dinner set. a bargain 7.97
A ip'endid 100-piece dinner set.
avm-pnrceiaia ware, isie-t
thing out, decorated In gold
and green tints 9 99
ICO-plece set, artiatle ahape.
a beauty, rich enough for the
ve have juat opened the meat
beantifal lot of chins ever displayed
In the city nt a very low price.
Special bargains In glassware thla
319-321 Twentieth St
To select your Sunday din
ner at lies. Bros. Tlielr
stock conta'ns a rare assort
ment of the best groceries
on tbe market, and tbey are
sold at reasonable prices.
There are many teasons why
yru should buy the bst,
cblcf amour, which is that
iit Uiio? is too gcod to eat.
lieal ikls list:
Splnfro, Head Lettuce,
Oyster Plant, K?e TiaDt,
Wax Rntms, RatiUbt-s,
Sonp Bunches, Cueiinibers.
iiutabaga, Hubbard Squash.
Malaga Grapee, Catawba Crapea,
Dressed Turkeys, Chick
ens and Ducks.
1620 Second Avenue.
ON TOP OF THE HEAP
It where we are in both quality
and prices In coal. And that is
where we mean to etsy the rest
of the winter, let the coal baron t
do at they may. Tbey can't pre
vent ut screening it or putting it
under shelter, and if prices do
go tip we will sell yon as low at
anyone and give you quality and
ooal, notdiit. Lay in your winter
coal now; it will tare yon money.
E. G. FRAZER.
1908 Second Are. Telephone 1133.
New and Second-hand
All Kinds of
Riverside Base Burner
I HS QUE1X or TDK FABLOK.
The handsomest, the most powerful,
the most durable, the most economical
hard coal Stove that has ever beea pro-
euced. All the latest lmprovementa
known are embodied In this Stove.
Examine it at -
1615-1617 Second Are.
Not How Cheap
But How Good
This Is the principal
KRELL & MATH
Are not all alike, though
some merchants tell yon
tbey are. There are differ
ent grades. It's a small
thing, but we are cartful
about it. If thote are two
We always have the better
one. There is only one orig
inal Allegretti and Krell &
Math have the egency for
bis goods they are the bost.
We have the imitation goods
alto at a lest price, but we
advise the pnbllo to ask and
insist on getting the origi
nal, no matter where they
get them. If yon want a
reflection of tweett present
your wife or sweetheart with
a box of our BON BONS or
CHOCOLATES put np in
fanoy boxes. Come in and
gaxe at the nice display of
Home Made Candies ' until
you are candy hungry. Ev
erything frech and very .
Krell & Math's
PALACE OF 8WEET3
Phone 1156. 1716 1718 Second Aveaoe
Try our Bound Loaves of
And soars, like the eagle over a dove, over all its would-be competitors. What are all the special sales, all the
new and great things announced from time to time by our neighbors? Copies, and poor copies at that, of the
BIG M. & K. previous announcements. They may copy our ads, they may try and imitate our live methods,
but they cannot copy our real truthful method of doing business and giving bargains. Copy as they will, as long
as they don't know how to originate they are not in it. It is perfectly plain to everyone that the BIG M. & K.
stores are doing THE business. We fight our battles with energy and fairness, like Richard the lion-hearted,
and so we shall continue. Whenever you are looking for attractions and bargains you will find them at the
BIG M. & K. Our latest attraction is
50c UNDERWEAR AT 29
The BIG M. & K. has plenty for all, and they defy the would-be imitators to produce the same values. Under
wear that others are quoting as 50c values at 25c, the BIG M. & K. are selling at 18c. It is always safej and
reliable to trade at
TO LSRGEST STORES
THIS WEEK we call special attention to
our LADIES WELTS at
ARE YOU ALIVE
I'egg-anar issiiiij n TU.
TRY A PAIR OF
ugene J. Burns
Real Estate t
Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old fire and t!m3
tried company rttpre
eented. Raton aa low
as any reliable company
tour Palrscage is Sollaited. ,
Oflioe 1850, Socond At.
Harper House Block,
a nrm.T rl man
$3.00, $3.50 and $4.00
These shoes have merit, not contained in ordinary
shoesalso fitting qualities, better than the common run
of shoes offered by other houses. We fit your foot and
warrant every pair AA to EE widths.
LEADERS IN SHOES.
TO THE FACT
IS HEADQUARTERS FOR THE BEST
$2,50 AND $3.50 MEN'S SHOES
THIS STYLE AND THE VERY
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF RUBBERS:
Wall Paper Slaughter Sale
o AT THE o
SCHMEIL & ANDERSON STORE.
Twentieth Street and Feurth Arena.
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO.
SIEVERS & ANDERSON.
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
AS kind or carpet tat
OFFICE AND SHOP
OTTnnTinm -wr rwn rmimn mm
AXD BE COXYISCED.
731 TWELFTH 8TRKKT.
TWO BEST STC223
A Fare Orast Craaa ef
Sabaexlba for To Aaaca.
.3 YZAR5 TH2 3TAJO)AXU3l
17x9 Second Avenue.