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THE ABGTTS, SATURDAY FEBKUAKY 3V 1900.
The Weather We May Bare.
Tbreatenlae- weith"r with rain or
sdow ton uric and tomorrow; manner
touife'hi. colder tomorrow.
Today's temperature. a.
J. M. SHERiR,-Olserver.
Golf goods at Spencer's,
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
For insurance, K. J. Burns.
For real estate, E. J. Burns.
Patee Crest bicycles at Spencer's.
See property listed with HaW& Co
List your property with Reidy Bros
Hull & Co. for real estate ana in
Several bargains in choice lots if
taken toon. Hall & Co.
Gum drops 4 cents from 7 to 9 this
evening;, young & McComhs.
Plenty of fresh dressed chickens,
turkeys, ducks and geese at Hess
A good dairy fatm can be rented on
reasonable terms by applying to E. J
Fancy hand made chocolate drops
12 -enls this evening. . Young & Mc
McCabe'a annual February clearing
sale be?ins Monday. See big ad. and
Merchants' dinner at Harms' res
taurant. Quick service. Private sup
pers a specialty.
The Rock Island Milkmen s associa
tion is to hold its regular monthly
meeting Monday evening.
Dewev Camp 11. N. A. masquerade
at Armory hall Wednesday, teU.
Fifty rents a couple. Extra ladies
When McCabe's have a clearing sale
there are such unmistakable bargain
onY rings that no doubts can remain.
See big ad.
A meeting of the Tri-City Amalga
mated Sheet Metal Workers" uu:on
will bj held at the Industrial home
llansgen is handling all kinds of
ooal. His ollice is in the rear of 'J'21
Twentieth street and all orders will
be promptly attended.
The tri-angle .skiting park has
been reopened, ami Manager H-ener
lias arranged everything in good
sbaf e. The iee is excellent.
Charles Thollander and T If.
Ellis, janitor and fireman respectively
at the government building, have
donned blue regulation uniforms.
Bel. leu Hill. Uock Island's old third
baseman, who is now in business in
i'edar Kapids. is agitating the forma
tion of a ball league of Iowa towns.
including Da ven port .
'J ln-re will be a mask bail given at
Koehe's hall. Saturday. Feb. .5. A
lady's watch will be given to the most
popular lady by a vote. Gent's ad
mission, :t5 cents; ladies, 15 cents.
Special bargain hours during Mc
Cade's great charing s:ile beginning
Monday at 11 a. m. Etch day at
1 0::). at "Z.'MK at 3 o'clock, at llr.li).
at U o'clock, at 4:.'J0. at "' o'clock, etc.
W. II. Dickman is soon to resign
his duties as city electrician. It de
vote his time to a private business in
which he recently embarked. Ollictr
Andrew Etzel will learn the electrical
McCabe'silo not have clearing sales
every month, only twice a year, and
the attractions are eo thick that there
is no chance for a mistake. Bead their
b'g ad. in this paper and you will
Money loaned on personal property
such as bouseholtl iurmture. horses.
wairons, etc., without publicity r
removal.' Eastman & Co., 1712 J
Second avenue. Ottice open Monday
Wednesday and Saturday nights.
Davenport, Hock Island & North
western railway horueseekers' excur
sions: Feb. 6 and 20, March 6 and 20,
April 3 and 17. One fare plus $2 for
the rou ml trip, tor further lniorma
tion call on or write to W. R. JatTray,
C T. & 1. agent. 1803 Second avenue.
Rock Island. Telephone 1040.
The masquerade ball at Armory hall
last ni:rht. iriven by the members of
the M. & K. baseball team, was a tine
success and netted a neat sum for the
boys who arranged the affair. Unique
costumes were much in evidence
Bleutr's orchestra furnished the
Davenport, Uock Island & N.-rth
western railway hoincseekers excur
sions: Feb. 6 and 20. March (i and
20. April 3 and 17. tine lare plus f2
for the round trip. For further in
formation call On or write to V. R.
Jaffray. C. T. & P. agent. 1X03 Sec
ond avenue. Rock Islaud. Telephone
I rincipil J. r. Darby is arranging
a scries of practical taiks bv business
and professional men of the citv for
the Undents of the High school. An
hour will be set apart Friday after
noon of each week, and the subjects
to le discussed should prove both in
teresting and instructive to the
Davenj-ort. Rock Island & North
western railway homefeekers' ex
cursions. Feb. 6 and 20, March
C and 20, April 3 and 17. One fare
plus $2 for the round trip. For fur
ther information call cn cr write to
W. R. Jaffray. C. T. & P. agwut. 103
Second avenue. Rock Island. Tele
The bust of Black Hawk, the Indian
chieftain who'In the early days, with
his braves roamed this vicinity, ap
pear on a neatly gotten op diary that
is tifeing circulated by the Revere Rub
ber company, of Chicago. H. C.
Nicholson, the traveling representa
tive of the company, said today it has
taken so well that the company has
adopted it as its trade-mark.
TWO CASES ARE REVERSED.
Appellate Court Remand Salts of Pearl
Keeley and John Xelaon.
The appellate court at Ottawa has
tiled its decision reversing and re
manding the case of Pearl Keeley. ad
ministratrix, vs. the Chicago, Rock
Island & Pacific Railway company
which was tried at the last May term
of the circuit court and a verdict for
15,000 rendered in faTor of the plain
tiff. The company appealed. The suit
was brought for the tilling of Henry
Keeley at the Thirteenth street cross
ing in Moline by a freight train. The
claim was that the train was running
at an unlawful speed; the defense
that the deceased was uot killed on
the crossing, but that it was the
result of his own negligBnce". Wood
& Peek, of Moline, were the attorceys
for the plaintiff, and Jackson & Hurst
for the railway company.
The appellate court also reversed
and remanded the suit of John Nel
sen vs. the Cral Valley Mining compa
ny, which was tried at the May term
Nelson claimed damages for an injury
received in the company s mine at
Sherrard. The jury awarded' him
f l, ;'). rnnu this decision the com
pany appealed. The appeal was sus
tained, as stated abjve. W. R. Moore,
of Moline. is attorney for the plain
tiff. Jackson & Hurst are attorneys
for the defendant company.
It has leeii decided by the appellate
ourt that the Covenant Mutual Life
Insurance company exceeded its au-
hority when it attempted to declare
mil the policies of those members
who refused to pay assessment No.
1 i'J. amounting to lt.'.3. by which
Hi. 432 certilieaUs were forfeited.
The appellate court has reversed
the finding of the county court of
Rock Island connty in the case of Joe
Huler, convicted and lirel oi two
counts of selling liquor to minors,
advices to that effect having beeu le-
eived bv J. L. Hass this morniug.
Jury Krluro Claim.
The jury in the suit for f 3,000 drun
ks of Ca'pt. Jack McCaffrey, of Dav
enport, against Capr. A. J. 'Whitney,
of this city, today relumed a verdict
in the district court at Davenport
awaidiug the plaintiff f.J.V.J 03. The
trial of the cas-c occupied two weeks.
The suit was b.ised ou the alleged
damaging of the steamer Helen Schul
enUrg. owned by Capt. McCaffrey,
while she wa- leiiig repaired at Whit
ney's Imat yard, having elid off the
ways into the water. Hon. William
McEniry, of this city, was one of
Capt. Whitney's attorneys.
DR. E. VALENTINE H EATON
About Ten Days More of the
Removal Shoe Sale.
We have placed on sale to clean up all small sizes of
Ladles' Black Kid Shoes, $2.50, $3 and $4 grades,
which are about cleaned out at
Also a line of Ladles' Tans, good sizes, to close at
1705 Second Avenue.
Rock Island, III.
The Elixir of Life is Health
Our Eeo;ric Machine for
the treat meat oINerroua
and X-Kay work.
HAVE YOU GOT IT?
If not, consult the cele
brated Specialist of the
Chicago Medical Insti
tute, permanently located
in Davenport, Iowa,
WHO HAS CURED
Hundreds of Cases of
Chronic Diseases Pro
nounced Incurable by
Prompt and Permanent
DR. J. E. WALSH,
Formerly of Chicago, e-Surgeon-tn-Chief
NERVOUS DEBILITY, Exhaustive drains, Sleep.essness. Threatened Insan
ity, Weak Memory, Mental Delusions, or any other Condi. ion due to nervous exhaustion
CATARRH. Dyspepsia, Asthma. Rheumatism. Scrofula, Blood. Kidney, Livei
and Sttin Diseases can be quickly and permanently cured by our advanced system of med
VARICOCELE is the most active cause of Nervous Debility. Why troa
months with others whrn we fuarantee you a permanent cure In seven days by our palnle
methods. Hydrocele cured In three day no pain.
WOMEN suffering from diseases peculiar to their sex should consult us. We
have cured many cases given upas hopeless, and we may be able to cure you. Surreal
operations performed at your home it desired. Abdominal and brain surxery a specialty.
Remember it Fays to Consult the Best First.
The pMrfses we have received for our remarkable skill In curing cases given up as helpless
by all has compelled us to use this means in order to glxet the people, as well at the medio:
profession, the benefit of our knowledge of meuloioe mid our inimitable sKill in the art ol
surgery. Remember, your family physician is always welcome to see us opi-rate. We arj
willing to spread our knowledge and show our skill, and we feel justly proud of the daily co
gratulaMons we receive from the medical profession for the advanced medical aud sunt oa
literature we have written.
11 ti Best ' reerence anl credentials
Only Curable Cases Taken. you cannot can write.
Hundreds cured by mail.
Honrs, tf to 13 t. m.. 9 to S and 7 to 8 p. ni. Snmlny 1 1 :30 to'l :SO p. m.
Ollice 124 West Third Street, M'Cullough Building, Davenport, la.
These are the Reasons
Why a dinner
our store will
be sure to
The goods are
Head lettuce, Iaf Lettuce,
Spiuaeli, Oyster Plant,
tireeu ( iniiins. 1'arsley.
Sweet Potatoes, 'uctmibers.
Florida 1 rai'!'s.
Me imu Oranges,
H?l ftlowt-r Apples.lon.-iUiail Apples
.lotintbou Apples, liiinunas.
Urecaluk' Apples. iue Sup Apples
Dressed Chickens. Canned Oysters,
li reus, tl Oucks. Slit II Oysters,
Dressed Turkeys, buik Oysters,
Dressed (Jeese. ,
1820 Second Ave.
Caturr.et" Coca Net Cclcr.rj to o
Baking Howdor Trust, but Cor
umerocro Rc.Jly Learning
to Place Trior Trust in
IN 1 NONE SO COOD.
This Is the Ueiitlcniin Who U Entitled to
All the Credit for All the Numerous
Cures That are Itelue; KtTecteil
at the HrltUh Mnllcnl In
ntltate wt No. loot
A staff of eminent physicians and
surgeons from the British Medical In
stitntf have at the urgent solicitation
of a larre number of patiyuts under
their treatment in this vicinity es
tablished a permanent branch of the
institute in this citv at No. 100:i
These eminent gentlemen have de
cided to give their services entirely
Tree lor three months (medicine ex
cepted) to ali invalids who may call
upon them for treatment between now
and reb. lo. These services consist
not only of consultation, examination
ana aavice. out also oi an minor sur
The object in pursuing this course
is to become rapidly aud personally
acquainted witb the sick and the af
Aided, and, under no condition what
ever will any charges be made for any
services rendered for three months to
all who call before Feb. 15.
The doctors treat all forms of di
sease and deformities and guarantee
a cure in every case they undertake.
At the first interview a thorough ex
amination ! made, and, if in curable,
you are frankly and kindly told so.
also advised against spending your
money for useless treatment.
Male and female weakness, cartarrh
and cartairhal deafness, also rupture,
goitre, cancer, and all deaes of the
rectum are positively cured by their
Dr. K. Valentino Hcatnn, the chief
consulting surgeon of the iiij-titutc.
is in personal charge.
Ollice hours from 9 a. m. till S p.
m. ol open hundavs.
A Blow to ?aprritlllnn.
"Jimmy's rabbit pot drowucd in our
"Ooodness! Didu't he have his left
bind h-z with Liu;?" Indianapolis
"Uleaaed Hoar of Oar Dinner,
Said the poet, and the meal is really
enjoyable when eaten at the dining
rooms of the Mrs. Clark company.
Io1-lo3 Wabash avenue, Chicago, or
at the restaurant for men only, on
the seventh floor of the Association
building. 163 La Salle street, which
is also run by this company. The
cu'fiue and service are unexcelled.
I am Mr. Coal, at your service. If
you are cold I will warm you, if you
are sad I will cheer you, and if yon
are hungry I will help you cook.
You can hardly live without me.
I am to be found by the bushel or by
the ton at the
Rock Island Fuel Co.
Office Twenty -Third street and Third
avenue. Phone 1197.
See page 4.
You'll find there
A good deal
February Clearing sale
Read the ad;
Someof those bargains
Will not last
Monday, Feb. 5.
L. S. McCabe Co.
The month of February is supposed to be the dullest
month in the whole year. We propose changing the usual-program
and make it one of the liveliest of the
months Commencing Monday, Jan. 29, we will inaug
urated grand and stupendous Reduced Price Sale. Ow
ing to the great advance in price on woolens for next falls
delivery, this sale offers rare opportunities for bargain
seekers, as the price we are quoting is almost half the
price the same qualities will be sold for next fall.
VIVE DOLLARS will enable you to make a selection from a lot of men's suits that
sold at $6.50 to $7.50. Next fall these qualities will sell from $7.50 to $10 -
EIGHT DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS for a line of men's all wool suits that we
have been selling at $10 to $13.50. Next fall it will require $12 to $15 to dupli
cate one of these suits - . . . - - - -
TEN DOLLARS. Here is where you can save big money. In this line are suits
worth from $13.50 to $:o. It will certainly pay you to buy a supply for next year.
You will never have another opportunity like this
v ere oats.
SPECIAL TEN PER CENT REDUCTION on overcoats fom marked down prices,
will create a busy hum in our overcoat department. In order that you may have
a fair idea of this reduction we call attention to the beaver overcoats we are sell
These coats are $12 values, marked $8.50 with a special 10 per cent reduction as the last call. You
will have to pay almost double for these coats next season.
Two Big Stores.
Two Big Stores.
172S Second Avenue, Rock Island.
115 and 117 W. Second St., Davenport.