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TUB AHGTIS. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER '21. 1899.
Tbe Weather We May Have.
Fair totiUbt and Friday: rising tem
perature. Today's temperature W.
j w Shfbiek. Observer. I
Golf goods at Spencer's.
Fresh fish at Schroeder's.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
For Insurance, K. J. Barns.
For real estate, E. J. Barns.
Patee Crest bicycles at Spencer's.
List your property with Reidy Bros.
Hull & Co. for best bargains in
Fresh lUh at Hess Eros', tomorrow.
A 1 t of fancy vestee Miits at $2,
were f 3 to $6. M. & K.
Pears', peaches and quinces and
sweet apples at Herton's.
Go to Yoancr & McCombs and be
entertained free Saturday.
List your property with Hull & Co.,
if you want it sold at once.
Young & McCombs' grand free
opening Saturday, Sept. 23.
Fancy vestee suits, all small lots,
at f 2 worth 3 to $6. M. & K.
The iinest display of walking hats
in the three cities at Miss Byrnes'.
Youn r & McCombs just received a
car of Buck steel ranges and heaters.
Call for Huesing's soda and mineral
water. They are the best on the mar
ket. Danee at Turner hall Friday even
ing. Admission 25 cent3. Good
The Sunburst hard coal stove is a
leauty; it sells at sight. Summers &
Catfish, black bass, trout, salmon
and croppies at Hess Bros', tomorrow.
The body of IJ. F. Secrist was ship
ped to Marion, Iowa, yesterday after
noon for burial.
A convention of the International
Association of Blacksmiths is to be
held in Rock Island, Oct. 2.
Auction sale of books tonight. Don't
miss it. Books sold regardless of
cost at Carse building. L. E. West.
The Rock Island & Peoria railway
offers excursion rates for the Henry
county fair at Cambridge Sept. 18-22.
See our line of gas and electric fix
tures before buying elsewhere. Rock
Island Klectric company, 118 Eigh
Summers & Woodin are doing the
business. They have as tine a hue of
Moves a you will tind anywhere in
tbe three cities.
FIrt grand ball given by the Jolly
Four, at Roche's hall. Saturday, Sept.
Music by Nic Bleuer's orchestra.
Tickets 2 cents.
It is understood that at the next
meeting of the city council a new
company will ak for" a franchise to
furnish "gas to the people of Rock Isl
and. A lene!it entertainment for Miss
Cleona Sandstroui. Moline's young
actrcs-, is to 1; given at the Wagner
opera house Tuesday and Thursday
evenit'gs of next week.
The paving of Fort Armstrong ave
nue, on Roik Island arsenal, from
bridge to bridge, will be commenced
next" Saturday. The improvement
will have a concrete foundation.
The tirm of Carse & Ohlweiler treat
ed th'ir employes to an outing on the
banks of the Hennepin canal yester
dav. They were conveyed in the com
pany wagons and given a royal time.
Fire last night destroyed the resi
dence of Capt. Sehwicker and the ice
house of John Port in west Daven
port. Port's loss is $500. Capt.
Sch wicker's property was fully in
sured. The ladies of the First Methodist
church will hold an afternoon coffee
at the borne of Mrs. E. D. Sweeney,
S16 Twentieth street, tomorrow after
noon. All are cordially invited to
IVhile vou are strolling along Sec
ond avenue tomorrow take a peep at
those little fellows' suits M. a: K
have marked on the outside at one-
half, and those 25-cent and 4'J-cent
Money loaned on personal property
such a household furniture, horses,
wagons, buggies, etc.. without pub-
licitv or removal. wsim . vu ,
17121 Second avenue. Oflice open 9
a. ni. to 9 p. m.
The Scott County Old Settlers' as
.oociation held its annual reunion In
Davenport yesterday. The officers
elected are L.W. Cleulmons, president;
Henry Karwath. secretary, and J. M.
.Services will be held again this
evening at the Forty-fourth street
chapel "bv Mr. Burnham. The songs.
Building for Eternity" and To
Thee Who From the Narrow Road."
will be sung by a quartet.
We have reduced in price a lot of
children's vestee suits to $2 that we
formerly sold from $3 to f6 the
cheapest in the lot was f 3, but you'll
find more that are worth $5 and $6
take your pick at $ 2. M. & K.
Cad Warner, a keeper of a house of
ill fame, was fined $7, and Freda
Smith and Nellie White, inmates, were
fined b, in tbe police court today.
The emblem at Second avenue and
Seventeenth street, which unfortu
nately escaped attention during car
nival crusade night, which has been
suspended in mid air since, finally
blew down of its own accord today.
On account of laying of the corner
stone of the new government building
and fall festivities. Chicago, Oct. 4 to
11, the Burlington will have on sale
tickets to Chicago and return at a
rate of one and a third fare, selling
Oct. 2 to 10 inclusive, with limit far
returning to and including Oct. 14.
An elderly man giving his name as
John Brown was arrested this after
noon by Deputy Sheriff F. A. An
drews for stealing a handkerchief
from a baby buggy belonging to Mrs.
Christine Krentz. '2711 Sixth avenue,
which was standing outside of Mc
Great preparations are under way
for the tri-citv pow-wow which is to
take place in Cady's park, Davenport,
today. Friday and Saturday. It will
be the most unique gathering held for
many years, and ail is astir in the
camp of the Red Men in consequence.
Tepees have been provided and the
park is a veritable Indian village.
Mrs. Elizabeth Wildermnth. aged
60 vear3, boarded a Rock Island train
at Geneseo last night, destined for
East Moline. The train did not stop
as quickly as she xpectei, and on
alighting she fell. She was picked up
by the train crew ami brought to
this city and removed to St. Anthony's
hospital, where Drs. Plummer and De
Silva attended her. Her injuries are
of a serious nature, and owing to her
advanced age her condition is critical.
The will of the late Samuel Wain-
wright, of Zuma township, was pro
bated in the county court today. By
its terms, testator's widow, Ann
Wainwrigbt. receives a life interest in
his persona! and real estate, which is
to be divided at her death among the
children: John, George, Alfred,
Sarah, Charle3 and Almira. John
Wainwright and E. C. Djnahoo, tes
tator's son-in-law, are named as exec
utors of the will.
The owners of a menagerie, which
recently showed at Prospect park.
Moline, have fallen out. Charles
York and T. A. Tarbox are in posses
sion of the animals, which are stabled
at Milan, while Jim Harris, the other
member of the firm, holds tbe shanty
boat on which the show traveled.
Harris has decidedly the short end of
the deal, and may proceed bv process
of law to secure his just share of the
Sep. 19. John S. Truedson toMarv
C. McCaw and Martha Boehler. w 397
feet sublot 3, Dexter's subdiv., se', 10,
17. 2w. $700.
Van P. Reeves to Edward Waugh,
lot 4, village of Edgington, $400.
Martha Boehler to John S. lrued-
son. w 40 feet lot 5. block 19, Old
Town of Rock Island, ,$2,000.
Spain's Greatest Need.
R. P. Oiivia, of Barcelona,
Spain, spends his winters at Aiken, S.
C. Weak nerves had caused severe
pains in the back of the head. On
using Electric Bitters. America's
greatest Blood and Nerve Remedy, all
pain soon left him. He says this
grand medicine is what his country
needs. All America knows that it
cures liver and kidney trouble puri
fies the blood, tones up the stomach,
strengthens the nerves, puts vim, vigor
and new life into every muscle, nerve
and organ of the body. If weak, tired
or ailing you need it. Everv bottle
maranteeil, only ov cents. oia Dy
Hartz & Ullemeyer. druggists.
To Whom It May Concern.
Public notice is hereby given that
the partnership firm of Bartlett &
Roache. dealers in teas, coffees, etc ,
was dissolved on the 1st day of Sep
tember, Mary Roache continuing the
business, who respectfully solicits the
patronage of the tirm.
RoDilnt Book Auction Sale
Every afternoon and evening for one
week at Carse building, 1519 Second
avenue. L. E. West.
V PRICE J
. INJURIOUS .
Don't He Imposed I'pon.
Always iusisl on getting Foley's
Honey" and Tar, a it is positively,
absolutely and unqualifiedly the beet
cough medicine. Accept no substi
Chicago is famous for its hotels.
One of those that has done its full
shaie to make this reputation is The
Lancaster, formerly the wooaruri.
Located at Wabash avenue and Twenty-first
street, it is easily reached by
a 10-uiinute street car tide. Large
luxurious rooms, with all modern
conveniences, tempt the tired traveler
at very moderate prices. 75 cents and
up. European plan. Special weekly
rates. Choice restaurant and tine
Guaranteed by a dollar draft in
every f I box cash it if no benefit re
sults that Mull's Pioneer Kidney
Cure will relieve any form of kidney
and bladder disease promptly, and
effect a positive cure in a short time
by a faithful use of it- In the same
way we will guarantee our Pioneer
Cure for rheumatism and neuralgia,
for dyspepsia and stomach trouble,
for liver trouble, impure blood and
general debility, for female complaint.
S. remedy for each disease not a
cura-sll. Have cured an army of
oele cases will cure you. 25
entJiirfk At T. ILThomas
The Largest Assort
ment and Lowest Prices
In the City at
1615, 1617, Second Avenue.
A FAIRY IN DISGUISE,
Is the person who offers relief
to the alllicted with rheumatism,
lumbago, and all kindred ail
ments. We have the best stock
of liniments and plasters for the
sufferer, besides many specialties
in medicines and blood purifiers,
that rid the system of the acids
and impurities that cause the ail
ment. Our stock of pure, fresh
drugs, chemicals and sundries is
A. J. RIESS,
TnTTrrTCT Corner of Fourth Avenue and
imLUUlJl, Twenty-third St.. Rock Island, 111
For sale by Hess Bros.
Ft r readers of the fall maga
zines our Reading Lamps will
give an added charm to the
page. We have a fine display
of them in all the new shapes,
colors, and designs. 3 hey
grace the table as china does,
and make reading easy aud
pleasant for the eves.
' Twentieth Street.
5 Per Cent Money
Properties released from banks and
budding associations and loans granted
fo period of 3. 5 or 7 years, or if pref
erable loan can be redeemed by yearly
of t ait yearly Installments of i r ncipal
and interest. In mc tatter ca.se. inter
est to be computed and charged on
balance actually owing at end of
each year. Money to help you buy a
home, build a home, payoff a mortraee,
pay bck Interest, or taxes, lift liens.
Slop foreclosures, or effect necetary
inapro rwont. Money to loan on
life insurance policies, legacies, inher
itances, undivided interests in estates,
real evate in probate, leaseholds and
annuities. Money to tiuance meritori
ous inventions, or to place patent on
tbe Entrlih and American markets. If
requiring money on any class of se
curity, write to or call on
195 La Salle St.,
DON'T SIT AND PONDER
Where to Go for Your Fall Top Coat,
Go to the big busy M. & K. You will not see all the smart
est and most stylish things of the season in fall overcoats un
til you have gone through our stock. We have got the real
swell and tony things in box coats. They are garments that
lend tone, style and dignity to the wearer. Equal in every
respect to the best custom tailored garments at half their
English Whip Chords, Scotch and Irish Vicunas, English
Box and Covert Cloths, in All the Newest
Shades and Patterns.
$5, $7.50, $8.50, $10.
HEAVY COVERT CLOTH TOP COATS CUT IN THE NEWEST FULL BACK P.OX
STYLE. FULL FRENCH FACINGS WITH FANCY CHECKED AND PLAID
BACKS. STYLISH, WELL TAILORED GARMENTS, AT
FANCY SCOTCH AND ENGLISH HERRING BONE CHEVIOTS AND VICUNAS. THE
POPULAR FABRICS FOR SWELL DRESSERS IN THE NEW IRISH MIXTURES
MADE UP IN THE BEST TOSSIBLE MANNER. PURE SILK SLEEVE 7 g-f jO cZf 1 f 4 t PZf
LINING AND VELVET COLLARS. AT & .ZJU, &J.U9 J) i IS, & M J lJ V .
"UNEEDA" TOP COAT FOR THE BOY.
We sell them and show a great variety, shades and styles.
The quality is right. The style is right, and the price is right,
or they would not be here.
Our guarantee goes with every overcoat we sell, and they
are bound to be right. If not come back and get your money.
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1729 Second Avenue, Rock Island.
115 and 117 VV. Second St., Davenport.