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THE AHQTJS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1898.
TO OPEN QUARTERS.
Desired Membership Secured for
the Rock Island
HEAD OF PAPER COMPANY.
STEONG OEGAKTZATION ASSUEED.
IV !. J!
The Lipton Tea, like its famous
patronymic, Sir Thomas J. Lipton,
of yachting fame, is a .standing
challenge to the world, to equal it
in rich flavor and wholesomeness.
Pronounced by epicures as the par
excellence to tea production.
Shields has the exclusive and sole agency for the
famous brand. If you use it once you will have no
other. Sold only in tins, retaining its purity and
strength. A few other matters for your consideration:
Gcnulce New York Buckwheat, per
Fresh corn MeaJ, per sack CSc
Freeh Rye Floor, per sack 3 3c
Frefch Rye Meal per sack 2Sc
Ir. Frice'd Bakicg Powder, per lb ... . 39c
Scbepp'a Shreded Cocoannt, per lb . . l"Kc
Baker's Chocolat?, per lb 85c
Gunpow.'er Tea, per lt 25c
Japan Tea, per lb 25c
New NaT Beans, six quarts 25c
New D rd Teas, six quaits 25c
Fan B Olives, per quart 22c
Ckld Dust Washing Powder, per
Patent Flour, pe tack 87c
Saner Kraut, per gallon 15c
Washing powder, per package 02c
EleTen bars U. N. O. Soap 25c
Alaska Salmon, per can 09c
Nineteen pounds Granulated Sugar. ... 91
Four X Coffee, per package 10c
Rio Coffee, per lb 10 and le
Three Pound Can Raspberries? 10c
Three Pound Can Blackberries 10c
Four Cans 1808 Pack, Sweet Corn 25c
Two Cans Pumpkins 15c
Two Cans Red Kidney Beans 15c
Three Pound Can Wax Beans 09c
Peas, per Can, 5, 7, and 09c
Complexion Soap, three Bars in a Box. 09c
Possession of the I'ropartr on Sixteenth
Street to Be Taken Immediately sod
Furnished' Men Who Are Identified
With the w Project Others Com
1 lie 1UU members desired to insure
the formal launching of the Rock Isl
and Club having leen 6ucured, the
organization, which promises to be-
come one of the strongest and must
representative in this part of the
state, will immediately take posses-
sion oi the old Lynde man
sion. corner of Sixteenth street
and Third avenue, which has
been leased, for a term of years, an
furnish it in proper st vie. F. W. Bahn
en is president, of the c lub, E. II
Guyer vice president, Meyer Rosen
held treasurer, and J. T. Stafford sec
retarv. The roster of the club at
Fred Weyerbanser President of a Rig En '
terprise at Cloquet, Minn. I
Fred We verba user, formerly of!
president of a manufactory, the North
western Paper company, which is
equipping a mill at Cloquet, Minn
with a capacity of from 60 to 65 tons
daily. Heirs of the late George Shaw,
of Davenport, are also interested.
The company has a contract with
the Japanese government for the en
tire output of the mill for five vears.
Wedding Celebrated at Bride's
Home on Twenty-Third
ONE HUNDRED GUESTS ARE PRESENT
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
W. H. Marshall.
r W. llulin.Hen,
Dr. C C Carter.
John T. Stafford.
K. tS. Frazer,
L. H. Greer.
T. F. I.a VeUe.
A. C. Dart.
apt. J. Strecltfus,
T. H. McNevin,
K V. Hurst,
M. C. Kice.
J. I. Kice,
vVi llum Stewart.
J. 11. Morrison,
W. U Kyslcr.
V. V. Haves
Dr. J. It. Hollowbush, Ueore White,
K. A. Donaldson,
J. F. RohmsoQ,
C A. bprDcer.
F. P. Htair.
H. S. Cable.
F. A. Head.
C. F. Lyule.
Dr. O. L, Eyster.
EL F. Dorn.
I. 'r. C. Bernhardi,
S. S. Davis.
T. J. Medill,
T. B. Davis.
K. M. Pearce.
J. S. Wilbert.
W. B. Tayior,
C. J. Lark in.
T. H. Thomas.
D. T. KoDiuson.
U. M. K rus.
Dr. De Silva.
C. L. Walker.
B. F. Knox.
H. D. Mack.
Joseph L. Haas.
B. T. Cab'e.
W. U Ludolph.
E. H Guver.
C. B. Marshall.
J. Q Paddock.
J. C. Puh.
A. D. Huein.
W. H. Dart.
L. S. McCatie,
U. D. Connelly.
K K. Cable.
Fl D. Sweeney,
W. J. Hesn.
D. K. Bowlby.
J. S. Gilm .re.
Warren II. Keck.
W. H. rdwardH.
C. A. Stoddard.
L. M. Crack.
H. K. Mack.
C. J. Searle.
H. B. Hubbsrd,
JiHlL-e Lucfan Adams, F. C. Denkinann.
Stuart Harper, H. P. Greenougb,
Capt-C. McD. Townsend.
More Will Join.
2GOO Fifth Ave
i Trap Shooters.
We have what
them, and you
bounds" or "dusted targets
supply of cheaper shells.
you have been looking for, 3-Inch
loaded with Dupont powder .Use
will have no birds dead "out of
We also have a large
Guns and Rifles for Sale and Rent
303 West Third St., Davenport.
324 Twentieth St., Rock Island.
ON SOILED LINEN
IS THE AIM AND OBJECT OF THE
Rock Island Steam liannjtrjr
Now located in their own new bnildinjj at 1814 Third Avenue
Drop a postal or telephone the wagon will call
Fifty other gentlemen just as prom
inent as those mentioned above, have
signified a le9ire to join the club, and
will be taken in aa soon as theorgani
zat'ton is settled in its quarters.
Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Ceorge Christensen, 841 Fort v-fourth
street, died yesterday, aged 11 months
and 8 days.
The remains of Mrs. Anna Koller
were shipped this afternoon for inter
ment 10 togeivme, is., lunerai ser
vices being lirst held at the residence
of John O. Freed, Kev. C. E. Tavlor
John M. Gallagher succumbed to
infirmities at his home on Ninth
street, in South Rock Island, at 4:30
ve9terdav afternoon. lie bad attained
the venerable age of 85 vears. He
was a native of Lctterkeunev, county
Donegal. Ireland, and came to Amet
ica in 1845, and settled in Rock Island
two years afterward. He lirst en
gaged in mercantile pursuits, event
ually locating in South Rock Island,
where he continued to make his home
until death, with the exception of 14
vears, spent in the west. Mr. Martha
(Gallagher has never wedded, and lived
with his sister, Mrs. Mary Dougherty.
He has another sister, Mrs. William
son, of Macoupin countv. Funeral
services will be held from the resi
deuce tomorrow afternoon at 2 p. m
The Tilot passed up, and the Wi
nona was in and out.
The statre of water at the Rock Isl
and bridge at 6 a. m. was 2.75, and
fallinjj; the temperature at noon 36.
Owin to the needed repairs to the
masonry of the middle lock, it is pro
posed to close the Des Moines Rapids
canal Nov. 15.
When the steamer Sidney appears
next spring it will be in a new dress.
She is being remodeled by the Dia
mond Jo company.
It is caused bv a cold or a succes
sion of colds, combined with impure
blood. Its symptoms are pain in the
head, discharge from the nose, ring
ing noises in the ears. 11 is curea by
Hood's Sarsaparilia which purities and
enriches the blood, soothes and re
builds the tissues and relieves all the
Hood's Pills cure all liver ills.
Mailed for 25 cents by C. I. Hood &
Co., Lowell. Mass.
We Are Busy
All the Time"
Now is the time to hare your
walls freshened with bright,
clean paper, so that it will
be a pleasure to receiTe your
friends this fall when "they
come to see you. Scarcely
any annoyance and so quickly
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO..
310, 311, 314 TWENTIETH 8T
Will cure vour cold. Sold by all
saloons. Lkmbeio; & Detlefsex.
Wholesale agents or Rock Island.
Moline and Davenport.
Adams is in Chicago.
has returned from
F. A. Head
R. F. Ralston left yesterday
extended western tour.
Charles Smith, of Capt. Whitney's
lleet, returned to (ialena yesteruay
At the parsonage of the Swedish
Lutheran churcl. vesterday afternoon
was celebrated the marriage of Alfred
F. Gustafson, of Cambridge, and Miss
Hilda A. Titus, of this city. Rev.
Carl E. Slatt, the pastor, performed
Among the passengers on the
Peoria this niorninr was Emma
Smith, a 5-vear-old tot, on her wav
to Danville to reside with her aunt
her mother having died recently at
Trenton, Mo. Emma must travel
alone, although tender in years. With
a pretty pair of blue eyes and llaxen
hair, she presented a pretty picture
as she sat in the bir seat eating her
tiny lunch, with a contented antl
It is apparently a source of much
satisfaction to the Lnion to discover
that it told the truth with reference to
Aid. Wheelan swearing in Wesley
Reddig's vote in the Fifth ward Tues
day the evidence which it takes in
substantiation of the fact beins fur
nished by the statement made by Aid.
heeian to Ihe Aiwfs. ihere was
no reason why Aid. Wheelan should
deny the part he performed, and he
would, it is needless to sav, have
riven the same information to the
Union had it made iunuiry of him
Mr. Wheelan is equally frank in ex
plaining all the circumstances of the
case, ana ttie care exercised in con
sulting: an election iudge before as
suming the responsibility, should
fullr exonerate him.
Hut the discovery by the Union
that it had really ascertained the cor
rect statement as to the process em
ploved seems not oulv to have elated
t bevond expression, but to have
given it an actual touch of animation.
This is a sensation that it does not
experience during a campaign, for the
Union 19 never groomed lor a tight
until the election is over and its side
has won bevond dmpute or contro
versy, .there have leen times m its
bistorv where the members of its own
party have felt constrained to stimu
late its energies after the struggle as
well as while it was in progress,
though in a different manner, it must
Hut when it is all over and victory
is accomplished then count on the
Union showing tight.
1 Tot. Zoeblin's Lecture.
The Social Life of Cities'" was
treatttd at the High school last night
by Prof. Charles Zueblin, who is de
livering a course of lectures on Brit
ish Municipal Life," under the aus
pices of the Rock Island University
.Extension Center. An appreciative
audience was present. Ihe speaker
gave a number ot interesting stere-
opticon views gathered in English
municipalities. He said that there
was little contesting lor seats in
the common council in England, a
condition decidedly in contrast with
hat existing in America. He also
said public recreation and entertain
ment received a great deal of attention
Saturday Jtleht Lunches.
Ovsters and ovster stew at August
Wehling's place Saturday night.
Soup at Aruuros Schyren s place
Saturday night. Fifth street and
Grand opening free lunch Saturday
night at Joe uietz s, fourth avenue
and Eighteenth street.
George Ohlweiler gives his grand
opening lunch at bis saloon, rifth
avenue and Eighth street, tomorrow
The race between Capt. W. J Ran-
son and fhil JUUler lor the apomt-
ment 01 first deputy uuder Jevi Cralle
waxing warm it s almost as hot
lready as the contest for the republ
ican shrievalty nomination was and
t grows warmer daily. Both aspir
ants are putting in their best licks
with the new ollicial.
Rev. W. S. Marquis, of the Broadway
Church. Officiates Residence is Prettily
Decorated, the Colors Heine Cms and
White Costumes of the Ladies Those
From Abroad In Attendance.
A very pretty wedding was that of
Charles W alter Cook and Miss Carrie
Laura Mixter, solemnized at 8 o'cloc
last nijrht. at the residence of the
bride. 748 Twenty-third street. Rev
W. S. Marquis, pastor of Broadway
Presbyterian church, omciated, anu
the ceVemonv was witnessed bv about
one hundred guests, including rel
atives and more intimate friends
The wedding, a green and white af
fair, was given by Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Mixter. The leautiful chrysanthe
mum was conspicuous in the forma
tion of the decoration that was dis
played throughout the parlors with
such brilliant and artistic elTsct.
Masters Sam Keator and Will Mixter
the pages, led the bridal procession
which entered the main parlor, while
Ogden s orchestra discoursed the en
chanting strains 01 the L.oheugriu
wedding march, antl f 'rnied an aisl
with ribbon. The gro...i followed
with the best man. Jesse Cook; then
came the bridesmaid and groomsman
Miss Florence Mixter and (ieorge Mix
ter; the maid of honor, Miss Lyman
of Chicago, and the bride resting on
the arm of her brother, Frank Mixter
by whom she was given in marriage
Mrs. Frank Mixter was matron of
The costume of the bride was white
satin with veil; the maid of honor
white silk mull over white tafetta; the
bridesmaid, white silk muslin over
Ihe orchestra struck up .Mendels
sohn's wedding march as the last
words of the ceremony were pro.
nounced, after which the bridal party
and guests gathered in the dinin
room, where refreshments were par
Among the guests from abroad were
Mrs. Charles Knox and Miss Mary
Enox, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Will
Cook, Leland, and Mrs. Brown, Gene-
Mr. and Mrs. Cook will reside at
748 Twenty-third street. The groom
n chief clerk in the correspondence
department if the Modern Woodmen
head olhce. and a gentleman who dur
ing the short tune he has been m
Rock Island has gained the friendship
of a wide circle of people. His bride.
the daughter of the late George ilix-
ter, is a member of one of the city s
leading families. She is a lady of cul
ture and refinement and is possessed of
varied accomplishments. that the
union will be attended by naught but
happiness and prosperity is the fer
vent wish of all who know the esti
Harvey G. Havs. of Chicago, and
Miss Grace Zollinger were married
Wednesday evening at the home of
the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
John Zollinger, at Port Bvron. Rev.
A. Harper performed the ceremony.
Miss Clara Zollinger, the bride's sis
ter, was maid of honor. The out of
town guests were: Mr. and Mrs.
Elliott, of LeClairc; Mr. and Mrs. S.
Crompton, of Rock Island; Miss
Burns, of Roek Island; Mrs. C. W .
Hunter, of Victoria; Misses Hays, of
Iowa, sisters of the groom; Miss
Stone, of Rock Island. Mr. and Mrs
Hays will reside in Chicago.
The enormous sales of "T. & T."
brand coffee are principally among
people who enjoy the best things of
life and will not have an inferior
To Cure Constipation Forever.
Take Cascarets CandvCthxrtii. 1Hn.,K.
If C C. C tail to cure, druggists refund money.
An Important Difference.
To make it apparent to thousands
ho think themselves ill, that they
are not afflicted with any disease, but
that the system simply needs cleans-
ng, is to bring comfort home to their
earts. as a costive condition is easily
cured bv using Svrap of Figs. Man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
company only, and sold by all drug
I Have Ton m Son, Brother,
Husband or lover in the armv
Hard Coal-Coke Wood.
t.i; .i 1. 4.1 1 1 nusuaau or ioer in me armv or
. it 1 .1 viw. murus i u ill 1' a in ; . . , . .
nut, superior soft egg. cannel. hardiV '
wood and kindling. package 01 Alien a r oot-ease, a pow-
v t MrCnwv :uer ior tne ieei. aji who marcn.
1 walk or stand need it. It cures ach
A cough is not like a fever. It ing, tired, sore.
does not have to run a certain course.
Cure it quickly ami effectually with
swoollen, sweating S
hot, tight or new j Q
One Minute Cough Cure.the best rem-
edy for all ages, and for the most
I severe cases. We recommend it be
it's wok T. H. Thomas, A. J.
RIess and M. F. Bahnsen, druggists. Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y,
feet, and makes
shoes easy. Feet can't blister, get f C
sore or callous where Allen's Foot- ! t1
ease is used.- 10.000 testimonial
All drusrists and shoe stores sell
25 cents. Sample sent free. Address. LI
IIIIEN your eyes are sick,
remember J. RAM
SER, the scientific optician.
Over S.000 cases fitted with
in the last four years. Hun
dreds of testimonials from
grateful patients speaks vol
umes of the success in fitting
JEWELRY DEPARTMENT I
is the best in this vicinity.
We make all kinds of Jew
elry to order and have the
only diamond setter in the
city. Bring your diamonds
to us and avo'id the danger
of their being lost or ex
changed by sending them
out ot the city.
ODD PARLOR SUITS and 1
When east a short time ago we bought the finest
and largest line of Mahogany Parlor Suit Frames
we have ever shown. They are now coming through
our Upholstery Shop, in the most pleasing attire.
Some that will please the most fastidious, and
others that will surely please the more modest buyer.
New Line of
Such a line has never been
shown before In the
A. J. SMITH & SON,
123. 125 West Third Street
If you buy clothing for less than we ask,
you'll not get as good quality that's
If you pay more, you pay too much,
because we make and sell the best there is.
IT HAS PAID OTHERS
Twill surely pay you to visit us this
week. Doubters take a look in our win
dows and learn a few of our low prices
on Fall and Winter Underwear.
Have you the right idea of bargains in
boys' Knee Pants Suits ?
Closing out Broken Lots Knee Pants
Suits, $3.25, $3.00, $2.75, $2.69, C Of
$2.so. all so for :::::::: : P 9
1804 Second Avenue.
Are not necessary when you come .to
us to get shoes. Our prices are with
in the reach of the most economical.
We sell honest goods at the lowest
prices. At present we are offering
exceptional values in Men' Box Call
Shoes with heavy sole.-), $2. 50 shoes
for f 1.95. Men's calf line, box calf
shoes for $2.60. Men's Tt..'.0 grade in
winter tan and box calf for $3. Old
ladies' warm shoes for 'JHc a pair. La
dies' genuine Kangaroo shoes, made
in advance style of IH'J'J, A to K. for
$ 2. See our line of Ladies' lace shoes
for $1.25, and you will have money to
Our Holiday display will be
the largest and best ever
shown in the citv.
I 3 - -
Phil S. Wilcher.
i-o . 'law
ROYAL SCORE! ST0V1
To Reduce Coal Bill.
For sale only by
PHIL S. WILCHER,
3u3 Twentieth Street.