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THJE .AJJGKUS. THURSDAY, NOYEiLBER 3, 1898.
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Fair and warmer tonight and Fri
day. Today's teaiperamre 61
J at, Sutoi, Observer.
F. B. Q.
Smoke F. B. Q.
Fresb fish at Hess Bros1.
. Fresh river fish at Long's.
Flour and feed at Schaab's
Buj one a Kinship cigar.
Buj a home of Eeidj Bros.'
F. B. Q. finest beyoad question.
Fresh fish at Scbroeder's market.
Bntterine at II. Tremann's Sons'
Ask for Schaab's pare buckwheat
The big millinery store. Young &
Pressed chickens and ducks at
For reliable fire insurance call on
E. J. Burns
Fine large ducks 3o cents at Model
j Buy the best stove in the county.
Young & McCombs.
Order your fresh fish at Hess Bros',
tomorrow. Phone 1031.
Fur bargains in couches don't fail
to see Clemann & Salzmann.
Dancing school at Roche's hall Sat
urday evening. Tickets 25 cents.
Order chickens and ducks for Sun
day dianer at Model cash grocery.
A night hack to all trains, for any
part of the three cities. Phone 1192.
Ask vour grocer for Schaab's fresh
ground corn meal, graham and rve
Sweet milk, cream, buttermilk and
Ice cream at 111 and 113 Nineteenth
II. Tremann's Sons are now band
ling a very high grade of butterine.
You will see something of great
value to vou bv calling at Clemann &
Cloudy weather preferred for grown
people at C. . Smith's studio, oppo
site Harper house.
Business property, residence prop
erty and lots for sale in all parts of
the city by . J. Burns.
Money to loan on anything of value,
without removal or publicity. East
man, 1712 Second avenue.
Every stove liought of Young & Mc
Combs is guaranteed in every particu
lar. Prices the lowest.
Fresh catfish, black bass, sunfish,
croppies, trout and whitelish at Hess
Bros', tomorrow. Phone 1031.
George Ohlwciler has opened a
saloon at the old lteisenroth stand at
Eighth street and Fifth avenue.
D. B. McCarty returned from Blue
Grass. Iowa, yesterday, where he pur
chased 1,600 bushels of potatoes.
All this week, special low prices on
cloth jackets to reduce stock at
Kichter & Sous', furriers, Davenport.
Dr. G. M. Babcock has secured office
room with Dr. J. M. Silvis, where he
will be pleased to see his old patrons.
For the best hard and soft coal and
popular prices, at C. E. Smith's stu
dio, opposite Harper house.
First annual ball of Federal Labor
union 7051 at Armory hall Thursday
evening, Nov. 3. Music by Bleuer'a
band. George Stroehle. prompter.
1 was so well pleased witn my
spring hat that I am going back to
Young & McCombs' and get my fall
bat. This is what all our customers
Peter Wade, one of the old settlers
of Stark county, was run over and
killed by a Kock Island 3c reoria
passenger train near Lafavette Tues
Popular prices on all photo work
at C. E Smith's studio. A beautiful
and ornamental souvenir with each
dozen cabinets. Opposite . Harper
Be not deceived by an incompetent
firm. Only a furrier can sell you hon
est furs besides saving you dollars
profits. Kichter & Sons, furriers,
Saloon license renewals: John
Schafer, Bock Island Turn Gemende,
Tbeopolis Van Hecke. Gustav Stengel,
W. O. Negus, J. N. F. Musfeldt,
Charles Co bert. .'.
Bring the babies ! and children to
Smith's studio for their pictures be
fore anything happens them. You
will always be glau that you did. Op
posite Harper house.
A new Davenport publication is the
Tri-City Advertiser, edited by S-
Raphael, and lieing issued every Sat
urday, part of its pajres beinr printed
n English and part in German.
Ladies, clean your kid gloves with
Miller's Glovine. It is not a liquid,
leaves no odor and can be used while
the glove is on the hand. For saje
only at Harper bouse pharmacy.
Pay no attention to cloudy days
when wishing to pose for portraits at
Smith's studio. Rapid working in
struments and a light built for the
purpose overcomes the uiliiculty.
OpjKJsite Harper house.
Funds are being subscribed for the
building of a $60,000 opera house in
Moline. C. II. Ieere and C. F. Hem-
enway are engineering the enterprise.
It is to be a stock company. Here is
a tip for Rock Island.
The Naval Reserves' training ship.
Frolic, will not be brought to Chicago
his fall. The navy department
officials giving as the reason that it is
unsafe to send ships through the
anals after the month of October.
Owinr to the rush of business the
Burlington has concluded to place one
of its day switch engines on night
duty. William Norris is engineer,
Howard Johnson fireman, and Harry
Steadman and Frank Ross switchmen.
Any one wanting oak furniture.
stove cookinr utensils, or any thing
n the housekeeping line, almose new.
call at Roessler's storage building,
corner of Second avenue and Fifteenth
street Friday afternoon from 2 till 5
Ross Gould, of the Kingman Imple
ment company, of Monmouth, has
purchased from Mrs. A. L. Carson 63
t building lots and 20 acres of land ad
joining, the property being adjacent
to the East Moline tract. The consid
eration was f 22,600.
A neatly printed card admonishing
passengers to refrain from spitting on
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The most powerful, the
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hard coal stove, it will
pay you. Riverside Oak
Stoves, Riverside Cooks
and Ranges, none better.
Examine the best line of
ttoves in the city.
615-1617 Second Avenue.
to eaob person interested
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The Fund created is divided equally be
tween the family of the late Eugene
Field and the Fund for the build in ir of a
monument to the memory of the be
loved poet of childhood. Address
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Builders : : :
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Veneered and Hard Wood Floor
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Single and Double Strength Window
Glass, Polished Plate, Beveled
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DR. J. E. WALSH,
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OFKCE 124 WEST THIRD STREET, M'CULLOUGH BUILDING, DAVENPORT, IA
We have just received a
lot of fancy New York
apples, which we are
offering by the barrel.
Below is the list of the
1620 Steal Art. TtltfkOM 1031.
wood, leave orders with bid White, . of the doors of the cars of the Tri
S170 Fifth avenue. Promnt deliverv. I Citv Railwav comnanv. The surre3-
The Rock Island Universal clubjtion is a timely one and is in accord i
will hold its first annual dance at with the policy adopted in this re-j
Armory hall Friday evening. Nov. 4. spect in other cities.
William llanarron foil from hi hirvr-1. I Miss Anna Dhuvvetter, daughter of
on Twentieth street this morning and August Dhuyvetter, of Rural, was ad
rcceived a bad ush in his ri"ht eve. ' judged insane in the county court
Remember there are onlv two davs ' yestenlay afternoon by a jurv com.
left In the couch sale at Clemann & J- ?fjre-' CVIL' Mltw"
Salzmann's. and the couches are po-. ? ? IL Bne.v' (." " , IIer W"
- - - H- McC-onoch.e and Charles Kroeer,
" " nnil i-trilr.w! pntrimittpil t c tha
EC K HARTS
Slaughter Sale. Must Make
Room for New Goods.
Take advantage of special prices if tai at atertown.
; n .! ., ;..i t s;.. l.. -ill !,;
t- i.:v.J e. rr-r-0m The OotoWr number of
aenjK) . I Moines, contains a tine likeness and)
Go toC. Schillinger & Son for union a 3.0uiun biographical sketch of
minel. 3-vein. blue fly coal, also Maj. C. W. Hawes. head clerk of the'
Vicery. 5-vein. 1321 Second avenue. . Woo.lmen order, in which a deservinij
1'hone 4243. 'compliment is paid for the able
We make collarettes sarinj you the ' manner in which he has conducted
bi profits of dealers, iK'sides pivinjr the affairs the of great order the past
you reliable furs. Kichter & Sons, eight years.
furriers, Davenport. Th wm 0f Thomas E. Coffey, of
If you are in need of a watch, don't Rural, was probated in the county
forjjJt to pet Brookman's. the Twen- court yesterday. The instrument '
tieth street jeweler, prices lfore pur- bears date of Sept. 21, ls91. and by !
chasing elsewhere. ' its terms the testator's wife Incomes
x . . j -..n .ho -i mt ivnmnr f sll his resl estate, hi.4
IIIU l a II '(Jl U13l-ia99 vwmmv m. .
l'.ninn i 1 -r m a n n ' !nr Ilia Same I VI 5Ull.il uiuiiil umuiu vnz-
mnn.vv vnn will have to nav for third- tween her
class at other stores.
Hon. William McEniry, of this city
spoke on the campaign issues to a large
nnmlier of teople in the west end of
Davenport last nipht.
A beautiful and useful souvenir
with each dozen cabinet photos, at
"Ifcave been aalius C A SCA K ETS for
iDsomnia. with which 1 bav been attlicted for
over tweai v years, and I ean say that Caacareta
and his two daughters. '
Mrs. Belle C. Burns and Mrs. Ella
Nutting, who are to share the estate '
equally upon the death of their
William Steckman. an Andalusia
farmer, is in St. Anthony's hospital,
in consequence of injuries sustained
bv his team running away. He was
driving from Moline with a heavy load
this morning, and as he reached '
'Y' l ' ! V. U .wA. - r. . 1 T.": f t V, T- A I
! nue his team became frightened and
in some way be fell letween the
horsed, the wagon-passing over his
lower limbs, break.Bg one limb and
badlv bruising the otherv . Dr. De
$10 dinner sets, decorated, 100
pieces, sale price $5.97.
$12 dinner sets, beauties, 100 pieces,
full size, every piece warranted, $7.35.
$15 dinner sets, latest shapes and
11-inch platter, decorated, 10c.
10-inch decorated plates, 10c.
One lot china cream pitchers, worth
30 and 35c, sale price 19c.
One lot china sauce dishes, differ
ent decorations, sale price .5c each.
Four-piece glass sets, cream pitcher,
sugar bowl, spoon-holder and butter,
sale price 65c.
4-quart tin coffee pots. 10c.
50-pound flour cans, 65c.
2-quart covered tin pails. 5c.
Slop pails, nicely painted, 19c.
Mrs Potts' sad" irons. lest nickel
plate. 6ale price, per set. 69c.
1.500 parlor matches, 10c.
Wall pockets, with nice picture and
glass front, sale price 49c,
Window shades, complete, 10c.
We rent dishes, glasses, knives and
forks, spoons, etc., at a very moderate
All kinds of sewing machines,
needles, belts, etc.
over twemv vrars. ana i eansav tnat laacareta - j ,-. il,fTiiiii
have .rlven me more relief than any other reme- Silva was -Called and had the paUent
dy 1 have ever tried, i hall certainly recom- removed to St. AnthonV5 hospital,
meed them to my friends as being ail they are . , w . : 1
Pleasant. Pala'abie. Pntent. Tae Gond. r
Oooal, ii-ver Sieseo. Weaken, or Cm, mctbe. Sue
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
ii iii.infum. twiM, ii .i. t as
MTfl D f 9nM and nanniMd bv all tfi m
lU'OAU hwid CVJaSToMoooiiahU.
Pop la lit.
London, Nov. 3. A special from
Rome 6ays the pope is ill and that his
physician. Dr. Lapponi. has been
Cwld UfwcrtU for Tan Wjrck.
New Tcrk. Nov. 3. A meeting or the
National Iemc rats was held In tbe
Broklyn Academy of Music last nipht
to mak a formal declaration in favor
cf Judge Van Wjrck for (roverncr.
Subscribe for The Aeqcs.
hVe Do Not S
K Offer jou something for noth- jk
3 ' .' injr nor do we sell one thing 3
H " below cost in order to catch fj
Q you on something else : : : : 5
But We Do Buy and
gSe All Goods g
On a Cash Basis.
That is the reason why it costs
b you so much less to live S
when you trade at : : : : : :2
NELSON'S CASH GROCERY, N
N 329 Twentieth Street.
Phone 1090. Rj
The Right Way to
Buy an Overcoati
Is, first, find a reliable place to purchase it, a store that youve got faith in, a place
where you can get satisfaction in, get your money back if you want it that place Is
the M. K. Now, as to the garment itself, you don't want a back number, you don't
want an ordinary, common-place, cheap John coat that smacks of by 'gone times. On
the contrary, you want a coat that's UP-TO-DATE, a coat that's made of new substan
tial fabrics, a coat that's got the snap of a made-to-order make, cut in this season's
style, for this season's wear, custom tailoring work at one-half tailoring prices, that's
We've got coats for less money than $7.19, and good ones, too, but at $7.19
we've been selling stylish Beaver Cloths of the most approved cut, in black,
blue and brown all made with deep facing and satin piping and good
Superior Kerseys and Beavers as well as other fabrics of this class, are
found in the Overcoats we are selling at $10.00. The natty appearance of
these garments will not only please you, the workmanship surprises you, and
the price delight you, but you'll have a garment that we're proud to sell,
and you'll be proud to wear.
At $15.00 you can take your choice from some of the finest fabrics in rogue
this fall. Imported English Cheviots, Kerseys, Whip-cords, Covet cloths, etc.,
that are not to be found at ordinary stores. We select the goods and they
are made to our special order, that's why we know what we are talking about
when we say they are the best coats you can buy for $15 co.
BUY OP US
We have closed one of the most successful sales we have had, not because there was a great profit in it,
but the hearty response to our call for the King Bargains we had to give the patrons. There were times
during this sale when our increased force of help could not serve the crowds as well and promptly as we
would like to. We therefore beg to state, should there be cause for complaint, or if Your Purchase Is Not
Satisfactory In Every Particular Bring It Back And Get Your Money Back. There are a few small lots in
the King suits left, if you can find your size, take your pick at the special sale price, $2.98, $3.98, $5, 6.75.
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115 and 117 VV. Second St., Davenport.