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THIS ABQUS, SATUSDAT. SEPTEMBER 1G. 1899. :
W!in you're thrnusrh fretting partial re
lief from Keadachaat nmtralijia by thence
of uncertain remedies, try a cur that's
thorough one that's guaranteed to core
or money refunded. Furthermore, the
only remedy (rairauteed to contain no
opiam. morphine, antipyrice, or other
harmful aubvtances. Just a speedy,
wholesome, unfailing cure.
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S. BEWARE OF
, IMITATIONS J
I Thia ignataro is J
I n eery boltlo:
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mnl oilier points in the west,
northwest and southwest,
Sept. 5 and 19.
Oct. 3 and 17.
On tbeso dates roucil-trip tick
et?, good lor -'1 l:iv8, will be sold
Half Fare, Plus $2,
A dry, healthy climate. A soil
rich, ensy to cultivate ami yield
ing all varieties of crop. That
is what Nebraska offers to the
homeseekcr. Fr a desoriplive
pamphlet apply to
U. D. Mack, D. P. A.
M. J. Youso, Aent.
Phones 21S1 and llfcO.
MOTT'S PEHHYROYAL fLLS
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and (tanimla t'm f nifiiitnu-t-m."
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FIRE-BUGS! $200 REWARD.
Tie premium payers of ifce stt ar maia
talsicg a fund by popular aubacripUoa from
walcb la o3ered a
Reward of S200
By the nndersliraed aaaoetaUoo forth arrewt
aal eontleiion of acy lpcen diary la axiy of kae
aaaoolaied tow na.
PBOFESTT OWNERS FlrtK A8SOCIATTCJI
Kwoa Ulaaa, Ul.
ROCK RIVER AS A CANAL.
Rock ford People Want to Connect It
Tflth the Hennepin.
At a meeting of the manufacture!
and business men of Rockford steps
were taken to invite the mayors in
liocfc Kiver valley to a convention
which will be held in Rockford f r
the purpose of advocating the con
verting of Rock river into a canal
from Rockford south to connect with
the Hennepin canal.
Sherrard, Sept. 11. Wheeler
Greenwood and wife, of Viola, visited
with Hunter Greenwood and family
Mr. and Mrs. William Bell and child
ren visited here Monday.
J. II. Greenwood shipped a car load
of hogs to Chicago Tuesday.
Theopius Masters, a former resident
of this place, is here- visitiDg rela
tives. Mrs. John Higginson, of Wanlock,
visited with her daughter, Mrs. George
Leif, last week.
A number from the surrounding
towns attended the colored camp,
meeting at Ingle's grove.
Mrs. William Humes, of Rock Isl
and, visited with ber cousin. Mrs.
Dave Evans, from Saturday till Mon
Mr. and Mrs. George Armstrong
came last week from Knoxville, 111.
Mr. Armstrong will work in the mines
Mr. Tink and family and Mr. Pascoe
and family, of Albia, Iowa, arrived
here Saturday. They will reside in
Miss Isaacson, cf Orion, returned
to her home last week, aftera 2-wet-ks'
visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C.
Andalusia, Sept. 12. Miss Lucy
Dunbar visited with relatives in Port
Byron last week,
"ilev. Brusso, of Bushncll, is visiting
George Burgoync is quite sick with
Mrs. William Strohmeir was in the
county seat laet Monday.
James Stevens, of Chicago, lias re
turned home after a visit.
A number of young jeople attended
church at Ziou last Suuday evening.
Miss Selma Anderson, who is sick
with typhoid fever, is reported no
Our baseball nine and the Hamlet
bovs will play ball at Andalusa next
Clarence Roberts and Miss Josie
Strohmeir spent Sunday with friends
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, who have
been visiting relative here, returned
home to Moline.
A. Wenks id iu the hospital at Dav
enport, having an operation per
formed on his eye.
Mr. t lavpool movetl into the house
vacated by Mrs. Hayes. Mrs. Hayes
moved into the house formerly occu
pied by Mr. Claypool.
Foster, Sept. 14 Mrs. John Mc-
Devitt, of Red Oak, Iowa, has been
Connly & Son arc drilling a well for
Charles Ryder returned from Peo
ria last week, whither he bad gone to
Mrs. Joe Bowser and children, of
Bloomington. have been visiting with
relatives and friends.
Rev. Kelso preached his farewell
sermon at Pine BlutT Suuday night.
A large audience was in attendance.
While S. Beardsley was driving
along the street in Muscatine Monday
with a load of hogs, one of the tugs of
the harness became unhooked and the
horses started to run. Mr. Bcardsley
jumped from the wagon, ami on
alighting ou the paved streets sprained
Cordova, Sept. 12. Dr. ICorman
Marshall was iu town tbii week.
Little Abbie Parks is reported very
low at this writing.
Ira Humphry returned to Lincoln,
Xeb., Friday to attend school.
Benjamin Hummel will move his
family to Milan, where he has ob
Airs. lcna liennett anil grauiblaugb-
ter. Marguerite Conger, returned to
their home at Chicago Saturday.
The game of baseball played Satur
day at Durant's park between the
Clinton ami Cordova nines, resulted
in favor of Cordova, 26 to 7.
W. W. GaiTy died Saturday at noon
of heart failure. The funeral services
were held Sunday at 2 p. m. from the
house, conducted by the G. A. R.
J he 2-montiis-ohi uauguter or .Mr.
and Mr-. Wil iam Harris, of Merrill,
Iowa, died Thursday at the home of
W. H. Whitcitide. Funeral services
were held Friday.
Charles Genung, of Cue, ana Miss
Jessie Baker, of this place, were
united in marriage at Hillsdale
Wednesday. The young couple will
make their future home at Coe.
Don't delay a minute. Cholera in
fantum, dysentery, diarrhoea come
suddenly. "Onlv safe plan is to have
Dr. Fow'ler's Extract of Wild Straw
twrrv alwavs on hand.- For sale by
Marshall & Fisher.
As usually treated a sprain will, dis
able the injured person foi three or
four weeks, but if Chamberlain's Pain
Balm is freely applied a complete cure
may be effected in a very few days.
Pain Balm also cures rheumatism.
cuts, bruises and Lurus. For sale by
IRl led YH Ha Kmrii Bc:i
INCREASE IN THE FORCE.
Elf bt II a nit red Employe! at Bock Iabtnd
There are now feOO employes at the
Rock Island arsenal shops, ibis is an
increase of considerable proportion
over the number employed, tifty or
sixty men have been added to the lorce
on equipments, and others in other
This increase of force does not pro
ceed from any new appropriations, or
newwoik orders, but from the fact
that the equipment of ten or twelve
additional regiments for the Philip
pine service has been ordered, and in
the judgment of the commandaot. it
is best to be ready as soon as possible
to meet the call for equipments that
win certainly come Irum these regi
ments. The facts anent the reported wage
raise among the machinists, as stated
officially, do not agree with the re
ports. Among the force of machin
ists there are six or eight who are
rejoicing in a raise of pay, amounting
to 25 cents a day. On the other hand
there are a few piecework operators in
the equipment department who have
been reduced in their earning capa
city. I here are, in all, not more than
twelve or fifteen men in the whole
force employed at the arsenal who are
affected by these changes, and of this
number one-half had their pay in
MARRIED AT BRIDE'S HOME.
Nuptials of T. R. Harper and Miss Itlanche
The marriage of Thomas Robinson
Harfier, of this city, and Miss Blanche
Chambers was celebrated at 7 o'clock
last evening at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Chambers, the
bride's parents, on Seventh and Perry
streets, Davenport. Rev. J. . A ed
dell, pastor f Calvary Baptist
church, officiated. Fay Harper, the
groom's brother, was best man, and
Miss Ray Chambers, the bride's sis
ter, maid of honor. A company of
relatives were present.
The decorations of the home were
white asters, white carnations, goldeu
rod and ferns. After a wedding sup-
Ier the couple were driven to their
home, 1.1 m hurst, in South Rock Is!
and. Mr. Harper and his bride are
both prominent in tu-city society.
and will be attended by the bes-t
wishes of their friends in their wedded
COHN HELD FOR FORGERY.
Another Serlou Cbarpe Preferred Agiu.t
lllin by John Oinhina-er.
Louis Cohn is now under bonds to
answer to the grand jury for cirbez
zlement - and forgery, both charges
havftig oeen preferred by bit late cm
plover, Johu Dindinger. Cohn was
arrested for embezzlement about a
week ago. Today Mr. Diudinger pre
ferred two charges of forgery against
him. I obn was held to the gi'aud
jury in $500 bonds on each charge.
The Volunteer came in from the
The Winona and Verne Swain were
in and out.
The Kit Carson came down with 10
striugs of logs.
The Will Davis brought dowu 16
strings of logs.
The F. We3erhauser came down
with eight strings of logs.
The Kutledge, Capt. Whislcr's boat,
has been laid up for the present, per
haps for the season.
The stage of water at the Rock Isl
and bridge at noon was stationary
at 3:45. The temperature at noou
Boats up were the Hennepin, Will
Davis, Zulus Davis, Lafayette Lamb
and Isaac Staples; down, the J I. C.
ISrockman, Lumberboy, Hennepin
Seeing With Our Feeling.
A physician makes the statement that we
see wt b our feelings. There Umore truth In
ibis than the thoughtless w.ll perceive. For
instance, take a m-n or woman ih a weak
stomach, which ban not the power of irivinir
to the blood the nourishment it requires. 'I he
system is IH wl h poisonous bile. lor ltl sod
coursiiii- through the brain poisons ucd weak
ens it. and the stlTcrcr is u'terly incapable
of cnjoyinic beauty of any sort, or even a
hearty meal. The reison the bilious and the
dysiteptie who tkes Uoslette. sSioiiacli Hit
ters linds life brighter and pleasenter, is be
cause it cleanses the system and strengthens
thestoxach. See th t a private reinue
stamp covers lha top of the bot'le.
Free of Chart.,
Any adult suffering from a cold
settled on the breast, bronchitis,
throat or lung troubles of any nature,
who will call at Thomas H. Thomas'
will be presented with a sample bot
tle of Boschee's German Svrun. free
of charge. Only one bottle to one
person, and none to children without
order from parents.
o throat or lung remedy ever had
such a sale as Boschee's German Syrup
in all parts ol the civilized world.
Twenty years ago millions of bottles
were given away, and your druggists
will tell you its success Vas marvel
ous. It is really the only throat ami
lung remedy generally endorsed by
physicians. One id cent bottle will
cure or prove its vaiue. Sold by
dealers in all civilized countries.
No Belief for SO Tears.
I have been troubled for the last 20
years with bronchial affection, and at
times have been .bedfast. Have tried
a great many cough remedies, but
found do relief until I tried Foley's
Honey and Tar. I can honestly rec
ommend Foley's Honey and Tar as a
quick relief, reliable, pleasant to take
and a sure cure for diseases of the
throat and lungs. Minerva Smith,
414 Washington avenue. Danville, 111.
"Arnold's firomo Celery cares head.
aches; 10. .S5 and 60 oenU. Reiss'
K1 Once a Customer,
Always a Cus
THE BIGGEST, BEST AND BUSIEST STORE.
No Trcuble to
Once again we make oar introductory bow to the public, with a new and up-to-date Hoc of Fall Goods,
which is arriving by every train in abundance. H'e rave taken great care to get on our shelves a line of
fancy and Novelty Dress Goods that will please the most fastidious. We hive not left any stone un
turned to find the very latest, and can say without any contradiction that our stock will please both in
style and price. You are cordially Invited to Inspect our mammoth stock of $100,000 of Fall Goods.
Shrewd buying, attention to business at all times, underselling everybody, satlsfactloi guaranteed on every,
thing, is the secret of our great success. VALUES EXTRAORDINARY.
Fall Dress Goods, Fall Millinery, Fall Cloaks, Fall Furs anil Wraps.
i Colored Dress Gcods.
, Double fold plaids for school wear,
good value at 18c, for this
S eale 12c
36-inch all wool ladies' cloth, in black,
navy, myrtle, brown and cardinal,
regular price 35c, for this
I 40-inch brocaded novelty dress goods
i loimer puce one, lor tnis
sale, per yard , . . . . 25C
42-inch cheviot in navy, brown and
j cardinal, regular price 75j,
I for this sale, per yard 50c
38-inch pebble cloth, in all the new
! colorings, regular price 75c,
i for this sale, per yard 5SC
'. 46-inch cheviot, in all the popular
' grays, for this sale, per
j 52-inch habit cloth, iu ail the new
i fall colorings, for this sale
per yard 1.25
52-inch grey camel's hair for
I separate skirts, for this sale 1.35
Plaids arc very popular this season
j and we are showing a line assort-
j meat at f 1 65, f 1.20, 'JSc,
75c. 45 j and 25C
1, 500 yards fancy tenuis flannels
from 5 to 20 yards lengths,
I buy what you want, per yard Cc
! 1,000 yards plain tennis do-
j mes'ie llauuel, good value,
j per yariL-only 5c
25 cases, 2.500 nice, 'clearr7 cot-
I ton battin, for this once.... CtC
I New comforter prints, beautiful
patterns, per yard, 7c, 6u and 5c
j Extra twilled cotton liannel
j 32-iuch width, at Jc
I Apron check ginghams 5c
A No. 1 German worsted 1
! ply knitting yarn per
Best Germantowu yarn per
i ekein 7C
j Best Saxony yarn, per skein . . . gc
25 gents' leather covered umbrellas,
serves as a cane also, comes in neat
leather case and has large artistic
natural wood handle, durable and
neat. These umbrellas usually sell
from $2 to f 3. Come and see them
and if they suit you take one.
this week for $1.50
Ladies', misses', children's and
l gents' fall underwear is now ready
' the past few days is a good reminder.
I Here you will lind it 11 the new, up-to-
date ideas for fall 1393 at living
NF.WF.ST DEsItiSS. POriLilt PBICES.
We are ready with a great display of fur collarettes. Our line
is complete in extra line qualities as well as cheaper grades. All
new fall stock.
$1.96 for black coney collarette, fancy
colored or dark liuings. This
collarette is within reach of
Astrachan collaret tes? Yes, we have
them. All ladies favor astrachan
for collarettes, and we are
pricing them so low, only . ..3.93
Our garments will please the most
critical buyer. We take pleasure in
showing our golf cape novelties.
Exceedingly strong line of capes
at $15. 12.50, 10 and. . .". .$8.50
Misses' golf capes at $5.46
Select your new jacket, cape or
collarette early, make imall payment
and we will lay them away for you.
Ladies who arc planning their
new fall costumes should be in
terested in using the best and
most reliable linings for poor
ones always spoil a good dress.
The trade'that we have attained
in this department has proven
the fact that our lining stock is
correct and up to date, as well
as lower in price. We havo just
opened up our complete fall
stock consisting of nearsilks,
punjabs, linens, Eelisias, cte.
Sole agents for the nou-shriuka-ble
Tuxedo dress facings.
Mc Call's Paper Patterns.
Agents for Met'tU's paper
patterns 10 and 15 cents no
Early fall bargains all over
this department. Comforters
$1.18, 98c, 85c, 75c. 55c and 35c.
Pillows Strong fancy licking,
fresh stock, 49c.
Blankets White, gray, tan
and fancy mottled, pairs, $1.25,
$1.00, 75c and 48c.
Floor Oil Cloth.
New printings, in squares as
patterns or by yard at low prices.
Important rfferinirs in new waists,
fancy la.ils or pluid colors, wine, navy
or black, way under value in price. Oms
intor?sii-r lot Is a fane plain waist,
beautifully Dttini; collar, new cull bauJ,
And only SI. IK.
liranrt Specials for This Week.
The 1 irte rece'pts or this department for tho past months point directly
to the sple ?did bargains which we are orterim? in every line Kinncr Sets, Toilet
Sets, Lamps. Fancy China. Silver II a ted Ware, etc. Ne w Ko-yCs are being- re
ct ired daily. This week we call yojr atteali m to sjmc splendid specials:
One lot netilv deeora'el dinner sets of 101 pieces. Your choice of
three decorations. These s us would be cheap at ti.7h. but while C HC
they last onlv pt.0
One lot parljr lamps in blue and pink tinting, larc sbades, JT (jfjy
A lew bincjiK- lamps, all metal stan-ls, complete with decorated
Klobes. worm ?. I it this sale only IJju'I uii- this it will not CS f
appear agiin -.JL
20-inch fancy silk?, regular
39c, for this sale, per
20-inch ligured satins, a good
assortment to select from,
regular price 59c, for this
20-inch striped taffetas, good
values at $1. 25, for this sale
22-inch corded and striped t:if
feta, legular price $1.39, for
this sale, per yard
24-inch black satin duchess,
regular price $1.15, for this
sale, per yard
24-inch black taffetas, regular
price $1.50 per yard, for this
sale, per yard
Black Dress Goods.
12-inch wide wale Cheviot, regular
price 75e, for this sale per
Priestley's famous black dress goods,
in fancy designs, former price
$1.25 and $1, for this
51-inch black cheviot (sponged and
t-hrunk),good valuefor f 1.15,
for this sale, per yd 85C
51 inch black camel's hair, 80 much
iu demand for this season for
this sale $1.39
Priestley's waterproof eravenetto, in
solicits ami prunellas, per vd,
$175, $1.50. $1.39, $l.25.:..$.O0
(They shed rain.)
Priestley's new fall black crepons, a
big assortment to chooso from,
every yard guaranteed to be per
fectly satisfautoiy to the wearer,
$2.75, $2.50, $2.25, $1.98,
$1.75, $1.50 $1.25
Beaded and cut steel belts. Von
will lind them here at popular prices.
The beaded stock collars Ix.'auti
ful colorings to match dress costume.
Ladies' lino, nice, clear initial hand
kerchiefs, all letters, for this once, 5c.
New braided taffeta silks for dress
trimmings, something novel and just
out. Made in all colors. Sec them.
1 . j
Our street hats are unrivalled. Wo
have the finest and best selected in
any store in the I ri-eil ies. The tarn
crowns with drooping or straight
brims arc among the best sellers.
They all come in black, tan,
brown, navy, castor, gray and cardi
nal. Remember our prices are always
YOUNG (2 McCOMB
1723, 1725, 1727 Second Avenue.
sui.o in s-lii. i'acka;ks. y
ROCK ISLAND LEADING GROCERS HAVE
i Pure Steel-Cut
UUIIUUIi uwui .-,
Wheat-0 Breakfast Food is Prepared by a Patent Machine that Removes all Indigestible Parts of
the Wheat and Retains the Pure Gluten, Strength-giving Parts of the Wheat.
WHEA T- O !s Nature's Ideal Food. WHEAT-O Is Delicious and Nutritious k
FINE TAitiOUIXG . .
A few notes regarding fall goods that can be found by looking
at this ad. Here are some prices we quote: Novelties
In suits the prices range from $18, $20, $22. $25 and up. The
prices in the fall trousers range from $5, $5 50, $3, $6.50 and
' upward. Come in and see our fine line.
GUS EN G LIN, ,..XMM.s
joaa at. rsiDo.
PAlvIDON c SON
PAINTERS AND DECORATORS
Paper Hangers, Calclmlners, Etc
Shop 119 Seventeenth St. Sock Iiland
Vp-to-Date Wall Papers.
The Adam's, Wall Paper Co's display of fine -new
wall papers surpasses anything they have
ever shown before. A finer line at lower prices
than ever before. Be sure and see the latest
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO...
1310-314 Twentieth Street.