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THE AHeVS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1900.
WEATHER "WE MAY HAVE
Threatening weather, with
showers tonight and probably
Wednesday. Slightly cooler
J. M. SlIEMER, Observer.
Temperature at 7 a. m. 61,
at 3:30 p. m. 62.
Did jou register?
dams.' Enircror $3.50.
Adams' Empress f3.50.
Attend Stewart's bat sale.
Bay a home of Eeidy Bros.
For Insurance E. J. Barns.
For rial estate, . J. Barns.
Ask for Rock. Island Ciirl cigar.
Mis Ba rnes for fine millinery.
Knox acd Stetson bats Lloyd's.
List your property with Reidy Bros.
Call for La Florde E.T. U-, 10 cents.
Vote the democratic ticket straight.
Better see J. Raiuser about your
Sauerkraut 6 cents a quart at Rach
ruan's. Pictures framed to order at Young
A: McUo nibs'.
A pair of Ramscr'a spectacles cures
all eye trouble.
State's Attorney S. R. Kecwortby
sounds all right.
tlo to Young & McConibs for dress
goods and jackets.
If you want your property sold list
It wan Hull cfe to.
Ivlison phonographs ami records at
Young V McLoinbs .
Tomatoes, mas, corn, three for 2b
ceiits, at Racnntan's.
I'eoria h:ird i-oal stoves are winners
Summers As Wood in.
Mcha and Java coffee 'Jo cents per
pouiul at Kachman s.
J. K. Hawthorne, dentist. Star
block, opposite Harper house.
1 ure maple syrup cents per
(jiiart at K;iclim:a s.
Rammer's rimless eye glasses are all
the go. c lit any nose.
For rcli.ible insurance in the best
companies J. N. I'oro.
If yon want to buy or .t-H real cs
tat-, consult (loldsmith A: McKee.
Pancake li'jur, three packages for
'Jo rents, at R-iehman's.
A I ii i i .-isio ii only - cents to Refor
mation concert Wednesdiy.
Stoves. I'oor oilcloths and wall
paper at Young & McCombs'.
Thirty-five cent mere-hunts' lunch
at noon hour at Harms' restaurant.
Large olive 1 cents a quart at
Ra-h man's, lto." Second avenue.
Net? .1. I! Xiiiintei's ad. on this page.
It is of iatciest to the nobby e're-er.
(.Viu lips from $l.jy up at the t'km
ming Furniture company this week.
Reformation concert at Augustana
college Wednesday, Oct. 31, N p. m.
Leather golf cap3, sale pi ice l'J
cents, regular 60-ceut value, at
Ktirler 15ros. for carpet, feather and
mattress cleaning. Seventeenth street.
Mattresses of all kind renovated by
Kerler Bros., Seventeenth street,
Jardiniere? stands from 'J.r cents up
this week only at the Piem tiling Fur
Protect your property against tire
by insuring in good reliable- com
panies. J. N. Bro. agent.
Pat (iulTey was lined f.3 and costs
by Magistrate Stafford for causing a
disturbance at the Crown restaurant
Tin American laundry has the best
plant and dors the bet work in the
jtiii'kest time of any in the three
Mrs. S. M. Ci.rbin was removed
f r.jju 707 Twenty-third street to St.
Autliony's hospital in the ambulance
Nine o'clock anil. "5 o'clock tomorrow
imported wort-ted plaid dress goods
l'2 cents a yard. ll'J cents a yard,
worth 3S cents. McCibe's.
Tickets for the Y. M. C. A. enter
tainment e'ouise are now on sale and
should le purchased at unci by those
desiring to attend this course.
Mrs. Ben Milter, vt Stcwartvillc,
hat bet n held to the grand jurv for an
alleged criminal lit el on Mrs. C. F.
Stanlev. The trouble is all over a
lerothy. the 5 year-old daughter
of Mrs. Charlotte K Ilrn, 7.l Tcu-ly-third
street, fell from the step of
milk wagon yesterday, aud fractured
her rigiu thigh.
Lteh afternoon this week, at ::.'.
black cit'potis. liucst pine mol-air
jualilics, regular f I 7." lo $ 2 5u val
ues, cents a yard at McCaLe's. No
mistake. " cents.
Charles liekens, a deckhand on tt e
The flrnalr'n Hole In the Wnll
When th nineteenth century was ns
yet only half grown, senators applied
customarily for their toddies at the so
called Hololn the Wnll. a tumill circu
lar room Just oft the ixistotlice tf the up
per lioiis The latter InhI.v, ns will Ik?
remembered, then eeeupied what Is
now the chamber of the supreme court.
anl tlie poj:ttnee was across the main
corridor of the building en the same
floor. Wlien a wearer ef the totra
found hims4 If in nwl of a "shifter," he
bad only to cross over t the mails
department and pass through !t to
the little circular room aforesaid.
wMrh w as nlout the size eif a pantry
The Hole In the Wall was the first
Fenat restauract, and the bill of fare
for edibles was short, though to the
joint. There were ham. guaranteed to
b;(ve ln-'n smoked for six months, a
veritable sublimation of the pork prod
uct: likewise corned leef and bread
and cheese, but very little else. They
served, however, as an accompaniment
for the tluids. and wlu-n the Hole was
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reamer i. lenmcnt. wmcn arr.ve i i . atirs aW t,,Hr snn),wk.,R.s outs!dCt to
. . " t , .-'.""., the postotnct Washington Post
ami it i leaieu r.v jeii over
board and was drowned daring the
boat's last trip up the river. lie was
missed after leaving Sabula.
This afternoon the condition of
Mrs. Otto Boenitz. who attempted
suicide by shooting, Sunday, is
reported from St. Anthony's hospital
to be slightly improvea.
Bowlbv s Mandolin orchestra ana a
talented Rock Island elocutionist at
Central Presbvterian church tonight.
A small admission fee charged after
supper. Sapper from 5:30 to 8
James E. Larkiu will make an excel
lent county official. He will give to
the important office of coroner that
degree of attention that it should
have, and will perform tbe duties en
trusted to him to the entire satisfac
tion of all.
At last night's joint meeting of the
clerks anions of the tri-cities com'
mittees were appointed ana a pro
gram outlined to further endeavor to
induce a Davenport clothing lirm that
has been standing out against the
movement to join the Sunday-closing
Drcfrs goods selling out of the ordi
nary this week at McCabe s. Lp to
f2 60 black crepons, 83 cents a yard;
36J.O 60 cent tine ffannel plaids, '2b
cents a vard; full 3S-inch imported
worsted plaids, 12i cents; f 2 plaid
back and rainy day skirt cloths, S3
cents a yard. Watch the hours.
Andrew C. Dow, democratic candi
date for circuit clerk, has made a care
ful and diligent canvass, and is en
couraged beyond all expectations. "If
t he laboring men will do their part,
as they should, toward one from their
own ranks, there should be no doubt
as to Mr. Dow's success next Tues
Xi) more capable man than George
F. McNabncy could have been nomin
ated for the ofnee or county surveyor.
Popular and thoroughly reliable in
every respect, the people are triad of
an opportunity to support a man of
his standing and ability, as will re
demonstrated by the returns next
County Clerk 11. I. Hubbard will
have printed 35,000 ballots for the use
of voters next luesdav. In addition
to these he will have printed 10,000
ballots for the u?e of the women. The
ballots will be distributed amoDg the
town clerks next Saturday. The law
requires that thev be in the nands of
Uie proper parties at least 12 hours
before the election.
Interesting Furniture Items
Another Chapter of Furniture Offerings
That Should Cause the Economical Buyer to Think Twice Before Buying Elsewhere. We Eajoy Every Possible Condition to make Your BUYING HERE PROFITABLE TO YOU.
f 1.75 screens, oak or mahogany, three folds,
sateen filling, at 1,25
$2).00 handsome bedroom suits, three pieces, large
French plate mirror at ; 15.00
$5 extension tables, six feet long, polished
finish, at 3,75
Oilcloth rugs, 1J yards long,
best grade, at 40c
Good linoleum, this week,
per yard 47c
f 13 library table, genuine mahogany or golden oak,
polished finish 10,00
Good all wool carpets
at per yard 50c
17 combination bookcases, large French plate
mirror at 12.00
Zinc binding with corners and tacks
f 9 ladies' writing desk, golden oak polished finished
$ 30 parlor suit, live pieces, golden oak or mahogany
EXTRAORDINARY LOW TRICES.
EVERYTHING NEW AND UP-TO-DATE.
All In All We Doubt If You Could Equal the Above Values in the Three Cities,
Headquarters for Shades In
All Colors and
W. S: HOLBRQOK.
103 to 107 East Second Street, Davenport.
Extraordinary Price Reductions
on Smyrna Rugs. New
Designs and Colors.
i ( n Yt f ff- K I
M linl Uamla l Like.
In Russia everything is large and
everything Is loud. .Moscow is like :in
Iini:ieiii vilhiyv, and everything in it
built broad, not high, because there
Is so much space to cover. The? public
squares, tmpaved nod surrounded by n
little rim of cobbles, nr, ns big ns
meadows. The arcades and lassages.
with their e-elkirs lrelow, their shops
oImvc, their glass roofs, are so eiior
m. on 'bat tl.fv could bold the Passage
ds Panoramas and the Burlington
Arcade :t;;d the galleries at Milan wMh-
out tilling more than a corner of them.
Colors shriek and flume; the Mus
covite eves sees oiilv bv emphasis ami
by contrast; red Is completed either bj
another red or by a bright blue. There
are no shades, no reticences, no mod
ulations. The restaurants are tilled
with the din erf vast mechanical or
gans, with drums and cymbals; a great
bell clashes against a chain on nil the
trams to clear the road; the music
which one bears is a ferocity of brass.
The masons who build the houses
build In top boots, red shirts and pink
trousers; the houses are painted red
er green or blue; the churches are like
the te;iplis ef savage idols, tortured
Into every unnatural shape aud colored
with glaring color. p.are fett, osier
sandals and lgs swathed In rags pass
to and fro among the top lnots of the
middle classes, the patent leather loot3
ef the uitMr classes, like the Inner
savngerv of a race still so near barbar
ism, made evident In that survival of
the footgear of primitive races. Satur
Up to date Store
Styles in Shirts,
Agent for Knox,
Stetson, Lor gley,
$3.00 1 Iats.
Lloyd's is the Placs.
Harper House Block.
THE PLEASANT ' V
Will not last long, but
the las, whether
windy or cold, may
be kept full of pleas
ure by adorning your
self in one of my sty
lish warm fall or win
ter suits. Call and
see my large line of
the latest patterns in
Woolens. Keep me
! J. JB. ZIMMER,
1823 Second Ave, Rock Island
Should now interest you.
ing is more appreciated
holiday remembrance than some
thing in this lino.
and the latest things at Man
cold's. Call now.
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M COUGH SYRUP
jSj cures Hacking Coughs,
r Sore Lunirs. Cirituw. 1'neii.
m monia ;uiu lsroiu n.tis in a k j
5j few days. Why then risk F
f Coiiftirnption, a t-low. sure 6j
1 death? Cut Dr. Hull's t3
ri . Cough Syrup. Price, iV. Jif
Irt Don t Le in!ptsei upon.
KMiisc Inc i:t a:i r uSMtiuc ; it
is not ft i:-"! . !H UuK's.
salvation Oil cares Khcumalitn,
Ache aixl Pains, i.i & jj ct.
Stockholdcra' AddiuI MtlDc.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Peoples Power company
will be held af the general ofliees of
Cie company. No. 1C0 Seventeenth
strfct. Rock Island. III., on Fridav,
N y. 23, 13CHJ, at S-.SO o'clock p. in.
for the purpose of electing directors
for the ensuing year, and for the
transaction cf such other business a
may pioperly come before tbe meet-
- &. t. iavis. aecrelary.
The Leadinor PhotosrraDher.
413-415 Twenty-third St. Phone 4183
Vou little knew when tirst wc
That some day yon would le
The lucky ftl'ow I'd choose to let
Py for my Rocky Mcuntnin Tea.
Ask your druggist
I K tonic a-
FOR THE DLOOD.j
'. up irr urn tvi ani -r a eoti at n-
s n.f-s rkM oil. rr rtn, mrt
W FALL STYLES
The kind which causes people to turn and look at
you and say: "There goes a well-dressed man.
Dollars to doughnuts he' bought that suit at the
M. & K." 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 mans
$20 to $38 values. It's all folly to squander money
having your clothes, made now-a-days. Then
again you'll find an easlerh touch here and' there in
some of our nobby, swell suits that is not often found
in tailor shops.
DobIYou TMdR It Might Pay You to Spend a Few Moments?
With Us Looking Over Our Hew Fall Styles?
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