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THE AEGHJ8, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21. 1890.
6 The Weather We May Have. 6
Q Generally fair tonigbt and Sunday. Q
O Today's temperature 53. Q
O J. H. Sbbhiku, Observer. O
Stoves at Hynes
Golf goods at Spencer's.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
For insurance, E. J. Barn.
Chain girdles at J. Rameer's.
For real estate, E. J. Borns.
Patee Crest bicycles at Spencer's.
List your property with Reidy Bros.
Butterine. the best, at Schroeder's.
Phone Huesing for A. 1$. C. bottle
(Jus r.nglin for a good fit and a
stylish fall suit.
All the newest fads in pipes just in
at the Talace cigar 6tore.
The watch business is good at J.
Ramser's. Prices and quality talk.
Dancing school at Roche's hall Sat-
nrday evening. Admission 2. cents.
Special attention given to armature
work by Butterworth & Co. Phone
Stop and see the large assortment
of banging and hall lamps at Eck
hart's. Get estimates on bouse wiring of
Butterworth & Co., 322 Twentieth
A little snap in Bull Durham's half
pound package - cents at the Palace
If you are a clear Ilivana smoker
drop in and see us at the Palace cigar
store. We can do you good.
The general departments of the
Rock Inland Plow company will re
sume operations Tuesday morning.
The Rock Island and Moline High
school teams are playing football at
the Twelfth street park this after
noon. We are naming very low prices on
high class pipes; no trouble to show
them. Call and see, at the Palace
Stop and see our display of 10-ccnt
china ware, cream pitchers, plates,
cups and saucers, sauce dishes, pin
trays, etc., at Eck hart's.
Gus Englin has the fall and winter
duitings that will please you, and the
prices and make-up that will please
you likewise. Give him a call.
In Ior:i's stock will be found the
nobbiest patterns in fall and winter
Huitinirs shown in this section. Be
fore you order your suit see his Hue.
Iorn's pretty patterns are the acme
of perfection for gentlemen's wear.
Order your fall or w inter sui: and get
the proper thing made iu proper
"C. . " The Iioetlncr assault proceedings
in Magistrate Stafford's court were
dismissed on payment of costs by the
defendant, the line of 'i being re
mitted. Jake Shomer and L. Stein were ar
rested today for disturbing a meeting
at the Russian synagogue on Second
avenue lietweeu Sixteenth and Seven
diaries Anderson and John Hokin
boii. of Moline, were arrested last
night by Oilicer McCarthy for disor
derly conduet. They were lined fo
and costs each.
Brook man's watch sale all this
week. Men's 20-year gold tilled case
with a 7-jewel E'gin or Waltbam
nickel movement. Sale price fD.75.
Only a few left.
Money loaned on personal property
such as household furniture, horses,
wagons, buggies, etc., without pub
licity or removal. Eastman & Co.,
1712 Second avenue. Office open 9
a. ru. to 9 p. m.
Marteil is conceded the best 10-ccnt
cigar produced, but if this particular
brand should not suit you, we have
some hundred other lirst-class brands
to select from, box trade a specialty,
at the Palace cigar store.
The Tri-City Electric company in
vites you to its parlors to see its
full line of chandeliers gas. electric
and combination. Always pleased
to show goods and give prices. 40,"
Brady street. Davenport. Iowa.
Jack Haz.ard lost his wheel last
night. He left it standing alongside
the curbing in a neighborhood where
he was visiting. A passer by hung
the wheel to tbo limb of a tree, where
an o rticer found it and took it to the
station. Mr. Ilazard recovered the
The funeral of Miss Addie Kramer
occurred from the residence of the
bereaved parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ixon
ard Kramer, yesterday afternoon.
Rev. Theodore Krueger. of the German
Evangelical Lutheran church, offici
ating. Interment was at Chippian
nock. I.lif Md lar.
Kowcoiuescomplaint of certain peo
ple who have hat! dealings with a new
lass of book sellers. 'Iheso transac
tions, it 6eems, have been attended by
a serious shock, produced by the ap
pearance in bank of promissory notes,
signed, it is asserted, under the im
pression that they were receipts fos
the literary goods left for inspection.
TRIP TO PARIS.
Popular Rock Inland School Teacher.
The result of the contest for Young
& McCombs' trip to Paris for Rock
Island's most popular school teacher
showed the following up to 6 o'clock
rnday evening, Oct. 20:
Cooke. A. F 20
Kepine. M Srf,
Dean. Abo4e fc-S
Bowman. Bertha.. 301
TbunuaD. LAioy 1
Hill. Laur 6n
FbUip. Lvu 101
Bo wen. Vina Wife
Dewey. Mary 209
Newton. Inra KTIS
En.rikio. Uua U7
Joboson. Sjruli l'l
Jobigon. Stella.... !'
Freemun. K 14"
Ktran. Hirdie 3S0
Frederick. Mis..... S
Wukcfleid. liU.... 47
Kel erxtraiis. Mi.vs. 4x
MirnetU. Miss 74
Muse. Addie 5.M
durchili. Emma.. 2W
Huettini;. Mms 70
Kastomn. Mrs Itfy
Kirkputrick. Anna fcW
Mills. Miss :ti
Pratt, Mary 53
Daujrberty. L.C.. Ur!
Fnirk. Jessie J:rt
iienoett. Anna flifl
Hromley. A. T "
Carter. Marv 3h
Moon. Hatue 3
Johnson. Anna.... 74
L-indy. Mrs 140
Hurtz. Miss 76
Anderson. Miss ... 11
Ktnwoithv. Lottie 4:t
Taylor. Lucv 3ri
Kesianio. Millie... it
Itotlerick, Miss !tM
Young May H
Clark. Ritkc V.
Voudk. K. (J 1
Price. MisK 4
Anderson. Julia .. 1 1
Wi.liaros. Itertba . ll'.
Henderson. Miss. . . lf.o
Copp. I. M 3S
Hrennan. C 3
Lindoer. C. E
Williams. W 7
WUsoo. Miss -J
Harris. L 26
Jerkins. Miss Blv
Wileox, Jennie 80
Martin. Miss 254
Thompson. Etta... W
Levy. Mabel 2
(wad. Miss 01
Tcrel. Mary 2
Karabart, Blanebe 1W
Witherspoon. M'S 1
Filzpalrick. Grace. IK
Huthniaker. Mtm . SIS
Walker. May 77
Channon. liculan.. 102
Sielk. MLss ft
Lund. A. ( ltd
Hreunan. K lit
Matties. Emma ... 105
Lund. Llla 80
Freed. Lira so
Titierinirtoa. aiss. 81
Kennedy. Miss W
lilandiiiir. Miss Irf
Noftsher. Miss 27
(irahum. Kii )
Nelson. Myrtle.... 24
Anderson i at Au-
Keiiua. H .
Murphv. Marv 3
Hrindle Minnie.... M
Kuisintrer. Mi-s 34
Kvans. Lucy 1
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
H. B. Simmon is in Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cook are visit
ing in Chicago.
John Crubaugh has returned from
his Nebraska trip.
Deputy Sheriff W. F. Nicholson
went to Cordova today.
Mrs. S. 1. Henderson and children
have returned from a visit at Monti
Mrs. J. P. Walker, of Topeka, Kas..
is visiting her son, H. K. Walker, of
Sout h Heights.
Senator W. 15. Allison breakfasted
at the Harper this morning en route
to his home in lubuUc.
Mrs. Lawrence Geisler, who has
been visiting at Princeton, 111., has
returned to her home in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. James McCaw, of
Reynolds, are visiting at the residence
of Mrs. Elizabeth Cot lie on Nine
Mrs. George F. Roth and little son,
George, and Miss Clara Koehler re
turned home today, after a 4-ruouths1
sojourn in Colorado.
Mrs. George Fredler, who has been
visiting at the home of her brother.
Aid. U. Winter, returned to her home
in Champaign county today.
R. R. Cable is back home again,,
arriving yesterday from the west
with other oflicials of the Rock Island
road who hail been on a tour of in
spection of the road.
YOUNG & McCOMBS'
Pleclal Far Offering Monday, Oct. 33,
ant Tneaclay, Oct. 34.
On the above dates we have ar
ranged with one of the largest fur
manufacturers in the United States
to be with us to exhibit their full line
of furs. Every kind tf fur can be
supplied. We have given our cloak
and suit department up to the big
display of samples, which will be sold
a less than any price that we could
afTord to carry them in stok. All
are cordially invited. Souvenirs
given away with a purchase or
over. Yi"so & M 'Combs.
172.1-17i'5-17J7 Second avenue.
Complication Over Street Opening;.
Coroner L. V. Eck hart was before
J u s t ice W. F. Sc h roed er y e s tcrday af t er
noon to answer a charge of violating the
city plumbing ordinance complained
of by Plumbing Inspector Joseph Ros
entield. Mr. Eck hart stated that dur
ing the absence from the city of Mayor
McConochie, who was iu Chicago, he
went to the city clerk's otlice and se
cured permission to lay a sewer in
front of his home on Eleventh street
from Miss Katharine Gottsman, as
sistant at the clerk's otlice. Justice
Schroeder thereupon dismissed the
ease. Today City Attorney Scott
swore out a warrant before Justice
Cramer charging Coroner Eck hart and
his son. Louis V., with opening a
street without permission. A change
of venue was taken by the defendants
to Justice Schroeder. Then the pros
ecution tooK a change oi venue to
From First 11 an da.
Wheu any article passes through
manufacturers', jobliers', then retail
ers' hands, each adding their prof
its, it stands to reason that a saving
is derived when purchasing direct
from a manufacturer. We therefoie
guarantee a saving of almost half on
all furs, collarettes and sealskins, be
sides having a complete assortment.
Kp iitfk, Daveapori.
The Haaaar l'U Car.
Is Banner Salve. It gives immedi
ate relief and will soon effect a cure.
liyspepsia bane of human exist
ence. Burdock lilood Bitters cure
it promptly, permanently. Regu
lates and tones the etomach. For sale
by Marshall Jt Fisher, druggists.
Tbc Largest Assort
meat and Lowest Prices
la the City at
1615, 1617, Second Avenue.
d Via nn .lyift-T
A. J. SMITH 2 SON. 1
FURNITURE AND CARPET OUTFITTERS,
Are showing the most extensive assortment in all departments.
We save you from 10 per cent to 15 per cent on your outfit.
Compare our prices, and you will buy here.
Ask for your ballot?, one vote with
every 10c cash purchase.
With each Wc One Vote.
A. J. SMITH SON.
S 123 and 125 West Third Streetf Davenport, la.
READ THE LIST
And you will be able to
select a line list for
your Sunday dinner.
Head Lettuce, Ta;T Lettuce,
Michigan l'citcbes hy tbe basket,
Applrs by tbe barreL
Liro-s d Ducks.
5 Cent Sale.
2-quurt tin cup
a-pint cum f r f"5
l-cjuurt t-a steepers ?c
n lieutera 5
1- iuart tin ii8 be
2- qunrt pudding pans &e
Tin dipper Sc
J l ie t ns o
Soup disb c
Bird bmn '.i-b "c
II uni jelly Ktund J"
Shoe polisb. per Imx &c
'hinu teu pot stands fc
Polish for all kinds of metal 6c
Househola ammonia per bottle SC
Wasb bluint. Urge bottle oc
Scrub brush Sc
Potato miish'r 5c
JS aneets wnttinc paper fc
25 enveloD,s for
Paring knives Su
4-inch tlower pots lor fo
3- luan suds dipper o
Tooth bru.sb Sc
4- hole mouse trap c
(hi f-sitrht mouse trap Sc
Match lKxes he
4x.S shelf tra-krt. pair Sc
Flower pot brackcui 5c
Twentieth Street. Thone 4474
When this reaches the readers of
The Akhi s, there will only be this
evening left iu which to take advan"
taf e of our anniversarv sale and the
presents we are giving to our custo
mers while it lasts.
But until late this evening they
will all be ready for you. It will be
tbe busiest Saturday evening this
store has seen for many months
perhaps the busiest we have ever
The buying will be fast anJ furious,
but we'll try to wait on all as
promptly as possible, and with a little
patk-nce on the part of the customers
we'll be able to wait on everybody.
L. &. McCAB CO.
WHAT'S IN -A NAME?
There were many Washingtons, only one George.
There are scores of clothing stores, only one M. & K.
This store has been clothing the people, of Rock
Island and Scott counties for years, and that, too,
in the most satisfactory manner, serving them with
the BEST and at prices that make
BARGAINS STAND OUT LIKE BEACON LIGHTS
FOR ALL TO SEE.
Breasted Sack Suits
In plain blue Serges, rough faced
Cheviots, Cassimeres and fancy
Worsteds, made up in the best
possible way with that distinction
in tailoring that adds to the
swell, stylish appearance of the
suit, at the extremely low price
$12 to $15.
For Swell Dressers.
Men's suits, the par excellence
of style and beauty, suits that
make you forget your tailor, made
from fine Worsteds, Homespuns
and Serges, many made with the
new double-breasted vests with
out collars, all have correct, well
fitting trousers and every smart
touch of the new fashions wrinkle.
Perfect fitters for
$15 to $18.
They are made in a great va
riety of stuffs in accordance with
the wide range of fabric fash
ions. Kerseys, of course, and
Meltons, Friezes, Vicunas, Co
verts, fancy backed and lined.
These coats are treated witli lin
ings of artistic as well as service
able quality, which enhance the
beauty of the garment, at
$5 to $22.
Men's Overcoats and Suits
In stupendous variety, enabling you to make a quick and correct
selection is the aim of the
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1729 Second Avenue, Rock island.
115 and 117 V. Second St., Davenport.