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THE AH GUTS, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 17, 1900.
WEATHER WE MAY HAVE
Fair and slightly warmer
tonight and Thursday.
J.St. SI1EMER, Observer.
Temperature at 7 a. m. 3G,
at 3:30 p. m. 51.
is not so
brightT?or -Lt. Prince as"
has been in former years.
Stoves at Hyte
Buy a home of Eeidy Bros.
For insurance E. J. Burns.
For real estate, E. J. Burns.
Ask for Rock Island Girl cigar.
Miss Uvrnes for fine millinery.
Knox aDd Stetson hats Lloyd's
List your property with Reidy Bros.
Smith's photo studio. Phone 4372.
Vote the democratic ticket straight.
Premium sale. Young & McCoinbs.
For reliible insurance. Goldsmith &
If yon want your property sold list
It with Hull & Co.
Give your vote to George F. Mc
Natney for surveyor.
Buy your stove at Young & Mc
Combs' premium 3ale.
Buy your cape or jacket at Young
& McCombs1 prem'uiu sale.
If you want to buy or sell real es
tate, consult Goldsmith & McKee.
Buy your millinery at Young & Mc-J
Combs premium sale.
Our line of 50-cent underwear can
be beat. Stewart, the batter.
Thirty-five cent merchants' lunch
at noon hour at Harms' restaurant.
Last week of the premium sale.
Step lively. Young & McCombs.
Younsr & McCombs irive larger and
better premiums than all competitors
Kid cloves at low prices, and re
member the premium sale. Young &
Tomorrow being the festival of St
Luke, services will be held at Trinity
church at 9 a. m.
A full line of Edison phonographs
and records just received. Young &
Prices guaranteed below all compe
titiou and premium thrown in. Young
If vou need anv wiring or electric
work of any kind don't fail to call on
Fie big & Kobb and get prices. All
work i3 lirat-elass.
Highest grade of wr rk in the laun
dry line is done by the American
laundry. A?k t'lose who have tried
it. Pnonc 123G.
James K. Larkin will administer the
important office of coroner to the sat
isfaction of all. Hi is well fitted for
the duties. His election is turn.
The first lecture in the university
n.tensiou course will be given by
Prof J. G. Carter Troop, at the Bock
inland High school assembly rooms
tomorrow (Thursday) evening, at 8
f clock. Subject: K. W. Emerson. "
The temperature went down to the
lowest point this season this morning
30 according to signal service' ob
servation, while in the outskirts it is
claimed the mercury went below the
freezing point. There was a heavy
The laboring men of Rock Island
couuty have an opportunity this fall
of showing their strength at the polls,
the democratic convention having se
lected from their ranks its candidate
for circuit clerk, Andrew C. Dow, of
M' line. Mr. Dow is a mlder by
Ten cars of steel rails arrived in
Moline Monday for the new track of
the Davenport, Rock Island fc North
western 'railway and yesterday they
were laid. All "day Monday tho ties
were bting strung along the right of
way from Nineteenth street and yes
terday a gang of 50 men was put to
woik spiking the rails to them.
Fred Grot jnn won the medal offered
the one haviog the highest number of
points in the V. M. C. A. gymnasium
contests. Iu last night's "events E.
Hansen won the pin race, Fred Grot-j-in
the bread jump and Robert Lee
the goal throw. Tne basketball game
was won bv the Reds, who defeated
tho Blues i'J to 11.
For state's attorney the democrats
have in Samuel R. Kenworthy a can.
didate who is popular with all parties.
He is a young man, high in his pro
fession and posse sed of thise qualifi
cations which amply tit him for the
important ollirw for which he aspires,
lie will make an excellent official.
The political event of the campaign
in South Heights will be the demo
cratic rally and flag-raising there to
night. S. R. Kenworthy and Judge
E. J. Searle will speak. There will
be campaign songs by E. H. Daven
port. The marching corps of the
Bryan club will attend, leaving the
Third avenue ' headquarters at '
o'clock, headed by a band.
The contemptible misleading circu
lar published by the republican m
tional committee, in which it is at
tempted to show that W. J. Bryan had
books printed by a non-union firm, has
reached Rock Island. It is being sent
to union labor men, and while it does
not show by whom it is issued, it is
very evident it comes from the source
given above, ine allegations con
tained in the circular have heretofore
been disproved, so further comment
It is possible Webster Davis, former
assistant secretary of the interior un
der President McKinley, will address
democratic meeting in Davenport
next Monday night.
Realizing he has in L. B. De Forrest,
the democratic candidate, a rival
whose extensive acquaintance and
high standing throughout the district
iaures him a handsome vote. George
W. Prince, cf Gdlesburg, has been
humpiog as he never bumped before
in an effort to keep his fences np. The
dtfectious in the republican party in
this district will also go a 3org wv
in cutting down the Galesburg lates
tnaa's vote. Altogether the prorpect
Dr. BuU"s Congh Syrup cures Cough
or Cold at once.- "Conquers Croup,
Whoopiner-Coupii and Mea&le-Couh
without fail. All mothers praise it.
Doctors prescribe it for Bronchitis,
Hoarseness, Grippe, Pneumonia and
Consumption. Quick, euro resuli-s.
Last night was democratic night at
St. Mary's fair, at Turner hall, Mo
line, and it was made the occasion of
addresses by a number of prominent
party speakers. Among those who
spoke were S. R. Kenworthy, of this
city; A. P. McGuirk, of Davenport;
M. J. McEniry, of Moline, and J. H.
Andrews, of Kewanee. The marching
corps of the local Bryan club attended
in a body.
Senator Thurston, of Nebraska, ad
dressed a republican meeting in Mo
line last night. He was escorted bv
the Rock Island flambeau club.
The Rock Island Brvan club march
ing corps and the republican flam
beau club followed each other in
special cars to Moline last night, ex
cnanging friendly greetings on the
way. Ihe bovs made a whole lot of
noise and whooped it up for their re
spective party candidates, but all that
was said and done was with tin best
Tho democratic state central com
mittee havicg been notified of the
resignation ot James K Blish, of Ke
wanee. as a candidate for presidential
eiector in the Tenth congressional
district, has named Charles K. Ladd
to fill the vacancy. The honor has
been tendered Mr. Ladd, and it is
probable that he will accept.
YOUTSEY IS STILL
UNABLE TO TESTIFY.
Georgotown, Kv , Oct. 17. Henry
Youtsey was called as a witness in his
own behalf. Youtsey did not respond.
The judge refuspd to continue the case
on the ground that Youtsey was sick
and ordered him brought into court.
Youtsey, in his bed, was brought iu.
His mouth and eve? were tightly
closed and he had the look oi death on
Mr. Ycutsey. how old are vou?"
asked Attorney Nelson. No answer.
Now. Yout'ev, how long have you
been sick?" ' No answer.
We can get no response, your
honor," said Nelson.
Well, let him stand aside," said
the judge, and the bed with its lifeless-looking
occupant was carried back
to the open door of the jury room.
Another motion for continuance was
made, but the court overruled it on the
ground that the law allowed the judge
no discretion except to proceed with
The witne3ses examined yester
day contradicted .Culton, Gtiden and
Ritketts. three important witnesses
for the prosecution. Jim Howard will
testify tcday. Mrs. Mattie Stam
per, sister of Whartou Golden, said
cue had n-rd Golden say he was
to get $.3,000 for his testimony, and
that he made a confession in order to
save his neeic and Gov. Taylor's.
Blimarck'i lr,fn Krrre
Was the result of bis splendid
health. Indomitable will and tre
mendous energv are not found where
stomach, liver, kidnevs and bowels
are out of order. If you want these
qualities and the success they bring.
use Dr. King s New Life Pills. Only
25 cents, at Hartz & Uilemeyer's drug
We offer two lines of ladies' gen
uine Goodyear Welt Boots in sev
eral styles, all the latest lasts, all
widths, every pair guaranteed, the
equal of any $3 Shoe in the Tri-Cities.
I PRICE BROS. & CO., Props. ' New Location One Door West of Young & McCombs. J
CORNER SEYliN TEENTH STEET AND THIRD AVENUE.
Ail the modern branches of work known In dentistry
done in this office. We are peers in the art of psiale-s
Extracting Teeth Positively Painless our Specialty.
BEST RED RUBBER
CROWNS $2.50 "P
EXTRA C TI NG qQq
All Other Work In Proportion.
Teeth Extracted Free Wlien Plates are OrJered.
Office Hurs 8 a. m. to 6 p
Sunday 9 a. m. to 12 p. m.
Gold Crown Dental Parlors,
Corner Seventeenth Street and Third Avenne.
YOU ALWAYS FIND
On display at our store
the largest line of fruit
Wax Beans, Cucumbers,
S w ee tPotatoea, Carrots,
California PlumsSuRar Pears,
Malaga and Toka Grapes.
Spring Chickens Dressed to Order,
Dressed Chickens, Dressed Turkeys,
1820 Second Ave.
Always cures when others fail.
Dr. Bufl PUli care Constipation. 59 pills IOC
Hobbtd the Urave
A startling incident is narrated bv
John Oliver, of Philadelphia, as fol
lows: 'T was in an awful condition.
Mv skin was almost yellow, eyes
sunken, tongue coated, pain continu
ally in back and sides, no appetite,
growing weaker day by day. Three
pbyticians bad given me np. Then I
was advised to use Lleetnc bitters; to
my great jov, the first bottle made a
decided improvement. I continued
tneir use ior tnree weeks, ana am
now a well man. I know they robbed
the grave of another victim." No
one should fail to try them. Oalv 50
cents, guaranteed, at llartz & Uile
meyer's drug. store.
It brings to the little ones that
priceless gift of healthy flesh, solid
bone and muscle. That's what Rocky
Mountain Tea does. 35 cents. Ask
Examining Your Eyes
WILL PLEASE YOU.
Wo Fit the Eyes
Where Others Fail.
No Case Too Hard For Cs to Fit.
Why leave traveling opticians sell
you spectacles when we guar
antee lit in every case?
Aik your neighbor about Bamier'i specta
cles. Every patient a llrlng testimonial.
Manufacturing Jeweler and Op
tician. Opposite Harper house.
It is exasperating to one w ho has
used Foley'sUouey and Tar and knows
what it will do. to have a dealer rec
ommend something else as "just the
same" or "just as good." There is
nothing "just as good" for colds,
ronahs rronn. licrrirTV tft. Frtr
The Top of the
Geo. R. Davis
NEW FALL STYLES
The kind which causes people to turn and look at
you and say: "Them goes a well-dressed man.
Dollars to doughnuts he bought that suit at the
M. & X." Just as well have fashionable garments
when you are buying. They cost no more, look bet
ter, wear better, feel better, are better. Everybody
who sees our swell new fall styles says they are the
finest in the city. The prices are right, too. Our
Compare favorably with the made-tO;order man's
$20 to $38 values. It's all folly to squander money
in having your clothes made now-a-days. Then
again you'll find an eastern touch here and there in
some of our nobby, swell suits that is not often found
in tailor shops.
Don't You Think It Might Pay You tp' Spend a Few Moments
With Us LooMng Over Our New Fall Styles?
1705 Second Avenue.
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11 1 r 1 r a If. r 1 f B f ft mm m I
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TWO BIG STORES.
ONE TINY LITTLE 11.1 ICE
1 1" n it1 - 1
tale by ail druggists. f ,