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$1 to 5 taved
On suit t the M. & K.
Freeh fi-b t V. A. Ehltb
Fresh fish t Bonder & Son's.
Fifer OTercoau it M. & K.'.
Flags. flg. flB, t Taj lot's.
Sidewalk brick at T. II. E lis'.
Ln terns, lanterns, at Tajlcr's.
Fifer pants for men at SI. & K.'f
Fii books all kinds at Tajlor's.
Secure homes in the Keystone district
Fresh flta at George Browner & Co's
O.to's full band at the Tower Sunday
Otto's band at the Watch Tower Sun
Nice crab apples at Gecrge Browner &
Celerj and ojiters at Georgt Browner
F.ags and fireworks for Fifer at Klngt-bury's.
Turners' entertainment and dance Sat
Flags and lanterns for decoration -at
James McKobertsof Port Bjron was in
the city today.
A. II. Seaver, of Taylor Ilide, was in
the city today.
Hear Otto's military band at Black
Peacbes by the bkel at George
Browner & Co's.
Otto's band will give a concert at the
BeDgal silks for draperieo, 38c per yard
at the Columbia.
Otto's band at Black Hawk Watch
All kind cf frceh vegetables at George
Browner & Co's.
Go to the Tower Sunday and bear Ot
to's military band.
Flags, lanterns, rockets, Horn a a can
dies at Kingsbury's.
Lois in the Keystone district are central.
accessible and clean.
The political hit of the season at Har
per's Theatre Friday night.
You can get the best underwear for the
least money at the Columbia.
Miss Kate K;lly of Chicago, is in the
city visiting with old friends.
Miss Lora Ojtrom returned today from
short yUit to friends at Chicago.
It is a little son instead of a daughter
that has been born to Thomas Downing
Fifer ha's at the M. & K.. and a
"fiver" saved on every suit bought at the
M. & K.
What is the use of waisting a dollar
when you can save it by trading at the
No such stock of winter underwear
can be found in the city as M. &. K. are
Do not be frightened if you see a big
crowd at the Columbia. Every one ap
preciates low prices.
If there is virtue in good goods at low
prices, we mean to be master of the sit
nation. Tiie Columbia.
Tickets for ths William H. Sherwood
concert, Oct. 2.". can te h;rt at the Har
per House drug store.
The Trinity Improvement Guild tea
proposed for Saturday. O.t. 1st, at Mrs.
Fry singer's is postponed.
Street cars will soon run from down
town factories to Thirty-eight street, the
best location for cheap homes.
The Columbia is headquarters for tins
ware. We can save you money on each
article- Call and be convinced.
The first enterteinment and dance of
the Rock Island Turner Society occurs
at their hall on Saturday evening.
John A. S'ohl and Miss Ida M. Milem
of Cleaveland were married by Judge
Adams at the court house yesterday morn
Politicians can bring their families to
hear Milton Nobles' at Harper's Theatre
Friday night. Secure your seats in ad
vance. Not by favor, but by merit alone, will
we maintain and increase our unrivalled
reputation for good goods and low pricep.
Fred Haas returned this morning from
Minneapolis, accompanied by his daugb
ter, Miss Eva who has been spending the
Mrs J. C. Wainwright and daughter.
Miss Dora, of Port Byron, have been vis
iting at the residence of Rev. M. A. Head
on Twelfth street.
It is useless no use blowing con
sumers know as wll as competitors that
M. & K. are headquarters for boys' and
Tou baye heard Gov. Alt gold's speech,
but go to Harper's Friday night and
hear Milton Nobles speech, "The Third
party Movement. "
Ladies, when in need cf material for
fancy work, call ard examine the com
plete line at the Columbia. The finest
and cheapest in the city.
AH members of the Young Men's Stev-
rnion club who can so assist are requested
to be at the club rooms at 8 o'clock to
night, when a glee club will be formed.
Subscribers to the Lecture Association
course, to make sure of. gtttiag their
tickets should c'.l for them at the Harper
h!-.use pharmacy before Thursday, Sept
Mre. J. T. McDole, who has been in
the city on a visit to her son, C. . Mc
Dole, left this morn'mg for Beilevue.Iows
where the attends a reunion of her fatn-
A pair of the "bike" pneumatic tire
eulkejs to be introduced in the Davenport
mile track races next week appeared cn
ihe t reeu this morning and attracted
The faxily of the late Mrs. Cornelia
S ratncn desire in this manner to publicly
express their sincere thanks to all their
fr:ends who so kindly assisted during
(heir t bereavement.
The family of the late Mrs. Christian
Koerher take this method of extending
to Heir friends their most sin
cere and heartfelt thanks for kindly as
sistance lent during their late bereave
Miss C. Haas' grind open;ng of fall
millinery will be continued tomorrow,
ani all the ladies who have not seen her
dif-play of pattern hats should not mi 3 3
this opportunity. This is the finest dis
play tver shown in this city.
The fi-t me tin;; of the Lviies' Indus
trial Relief S citty will be held at th?
roue ;f Mr. II. B. Sa llow. COS Twen
ildiri street Saturday. Oct 1, at 2 p. rr..
All membirs are requested to be present
and prepare work for tiie coming year.
The case of abusive language preferred
by Samuel Arndt against J. S. Wivi'l,
wtrch wis to have been heard before
Jus'ice Hawts jesterday afternoon was
diMnfcsed as Mr. Arndt, the complnining
witness tailed to appear, which let the
Cnse fall through.
FfT the convenience of ItcK Inland
people, arrangements have been made
w hereby seats for the entertainments to
be presented at the Buriis at Davenport
this season may be reserved at Thomas'
drug store The sa e for Docksta ler's
minstrels is now open.
A strange variance in the local market
price has been demonstrated in the citv
during the past few days whn potatoes
are being sold on the market by the
wagon -load at 3i to 60 cents per bushel,
and are being retailed in stores in some
parts of town at 50 cents per bushel.
The matter of a demurrer in the case
of W. H. Cansdale, indicted for conspir
acy against the person or Mary Stralton,
was arsued before Judge Wolfe 3 ester
day afternoon. Attorney Hubbtll ap
p.ihred for the prisoner and L M. Fisher
for the state. After the arguments had
neen made the judge overrule d the mo
lion. Vr. Hiibbell lat?r withdrew fro.a
The republioau m mufar ttirers hare ar-r-intred
to clos j down th' ir factories on
t m rrow when G)v. Fifer will be h'-re,
and tive iheir mea a holiday. Of course
that'll altogether different from any other
occs:on when rmn nre usu'.liy told that
if they take a day it may Cist them their
There will be an entertainment and
dance at Turner hall on Stturday, given
by the Rock Inland Turners. The singing
society and Moline mandolin club will
furnish entertainment for those who do
not dance and the affair will no doubt be
an enjoyable one for all. It is the first
of the season and wi'l probably be largely
Yesterday being the fifty-first birthday
of ex Mayor Carse, a number of his inti
mate friends gathered at his pleasant
home on Fourth avenue and kindly re
minded him of the event by presenting
him with a handsome chair. The guests
were handsomely entertained and the
evening spent in pleasant sociability, be
ing greatly enjoyed by all who were
Judge Adams will leave at noon on
Monday next for Baltimore as a delegate
to the Episcopal general convention,
which meets on Wednesday, Oct. 5th.
He will be absent for about three weeks.
As the circuit court will be in session the
most of the time dur ng his absence those
persona desiring naturarz-itiou papers
can secure them in that court. For any
special emergency, which will not admit
ot delay, a judge from one of the adjoin-
ing counties will bo procured.
Fifth Ward Democrats.
The democrats of the Fifth ward are
requested to meet at their headquarters
Thursday evening. Sept. 29th. Busi
ness of importance to he transacted.
F. J. STAAfBEN. President.
Joseph Ruby, of Columbia. Pa , suffer
ed from birth with scrofula humor, till fa
was perfectly cured by Hood's S&rase
I feel it my duty to say a few words in
regard to Ely's Cream Balm, and I Co so
entirely without solicitation. I have used
it more or less half a jear. an 1 have
fouoe it to bs most admirable. I have
suffered from cattrrh of ih worst kind
ever since I was a little boy and I never
hoped for cure, but Cream Balm seems to
do even that. Many of my acqmtnnre
have used it wish xe!lent result. Os
ear Ostium, 45 Warren Ave, Chicago,
Fits All fits slopped free bv Dr.
Kiine's Great Nerve Restorer. N" fits
after the first daj's use. Marvelous
cures. Treatise and $ 2 trial bottle free to
fit cases. Send to I)r. Kline. 031 Arch
street. Philadeli!ii, Pi For sale by all
diuggisU; call on yours.
TIHK DAILY AKi'- d-iiivered at your door
10R REST-Hoom, HOT Second avenue.
WANTED A good girl at 1131 Third avenne;
ANTED-TAO LAUNDRY GIUL-J AT THE
Koek Ilana Iloute.
7ANTED-AN ACTIVE AND WIDE AWAKE
toy Enquire al ttiia oincc
Weilf. 1" '7 Sixth Avenue
com"etsst ;;;tL, at h
noit SALE S M!LE P NY ASH
f band cart. aJ Twentieth street.
ence. Ai'i.ly ;t Mr. liuford
of Eijitteutti s.tett.
ANTED A Kir: for teLeial hoii!-w.,rk. Four
io fnmtly. lu-tl.ea W'm 1 c ;. ua-h r mid
ironer. Wiieftl jict ti- .t,r...a mclcc
t A.N TED Earnest, lalvl Uenl !dy ti tstuli
I Urtti a i:oi 1 paving o .-.u : on s i.aoui; ud
exp -rifcijce in a pick r o:n pre e.rrei. caii at ea.ie
:i, McL ii.l u'tl bloc IMVcll.ml. Ijwa,
AWi-N IS making 55 :o iu pur day se.ii ji; inc
&luctru:al li.i.-r liia-ei.oi 1 jnl. 'K liray
-1 reet, Davciiport, Iuwa. ptCi.-nJ li t, rovjiu 'J. - to
i p. m. liei.eral acnt vval,tcu.
Mr -T. C. Jone s of Fulto:;, Ark., says cf
r,".jSHj31 -.iout u;n years a?o I co:--r.oi.jon.
Leading physicians r.rercriucl
lao.licine after lavdicino, which I f.iois
vithout any relief. I ;.Is IriI tarrc::
rial and ixt.sh rcnioii.s, v. ilh '.i:.:.-..c-
Cftssftil rc-suhs, b;;t w!ii-h I-r:iv-Lt n: :
attack of moromi l r t;r....i. ii.ct
rtiade my life cue of apor.y. A.i: r .--..i
c-ring four years I p:ive t.p Ril r u diss
crinimoT;ec:i usin S. S. S. Ail' r
t.-ikirtir rvrral lxittl-s. I w.:. :i.V.:-t:lj
rt--o;l nnl f.llf to n-sunio vrirlc.
is tht frr'.tttst mi iicin? for
llool pii.sor.inir tc-di.y c:.
Treatiao on 1 11 .. i b:i1 liMaH m-iiled
Xree. Swin iarixii ic Co., At:ai:'u, . u
D" PlriSCE S
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
To call your attention to a few facta:
Your vc8icht i price!-( the eye need jrood
rare; improper pe lacies are irjnrionj. yoii
bonldtot tnift yemr eyeijrht to irri!ponibi:
peddiera of cheap Miectacle.
H D. FOLSOM
1 a Prarticnl Optician, and will tate piir. to
properly fit your vyvt lor ery Ufrct f viin
Hiiii will guariintee a rerfoct ill in every ca--..
Ami amJ urr(rtd m iA f --1 i tu. uaUr vai Utv
1615 and 1617 Second Avenua.
New styles of
Some of the good things
we offer this week.
Moirk T?ibb ins No 22 (a few
prices of No. 40) all silk,
2c per yd.
When these are gone there
will be no more at that
Fancy Ribbons One lot No
22 (not all silk)
12c per yd.
Illuminated Taffeta ilk
6 shadt-s at
7c per yd.
Fame story on th-s- n0
more when tbes ar soil
"lluminate DKES3 GojDs
1 Sc per yd.
GCTNA FLNNELS Heivy :Ul,j
soft, bst fabric ever mad
fot the money,
1 Sc per yd.
Shiiitino Flannels All Wool
2c per yd.
4 l-2c per yd.
It pays to t'-ad with us.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
GREAT B A.BGAINS
D. ROY BOEBH.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
',27) and 1H2T
124, 126 and 128
DOCKET KNIVES and SCISSORS took the highest premiar
nnnH T f . . J 1 Z f
If the lines in this diamond firure do not
appear equally black in all the different
meridians, it indicates a defect cf sight
that causes nervous herd-ache and should
1ju corrected at once, ryes tested free
H. D. FOLSOM,
Jeweler and Optician.
I,. w-,--: :.-'. i-k
One need not be told what a nice present an elegant Carving
ike those I have to show w; 1 be. Also those
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Every woman that keeps house wants one. Wrought Iron
finish Fire Sets and Irons.
Acorn Stoves and Ranges
are the leaders made in Illinois for our soft coal and every one
gnarantaed. These are all good things to buy at Christmas or
any other time. Come in ani see how much I have to show you
that is usef q1 and novel in housekeeping goods.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock Island.
NOT HOW CHEAP BUT HOW GOOD!
Nrkwirlivc rvirpnR hnvinnr Rnvs' Clothing rmke an effort to 2et cmod ponds nnt rhpnn shnHHv stuff
Shoddy goods are high at a low price; a good article at a low price is what you want, and that is just what the
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the flnest brands of dorrcstic
and imported cii;ar. All brand of totucco
The score of all '.he ball games will be received
" L. GLOCSHOFP, Prop.,
Are now prepared to show you. We have always made it a special feature to carry good goods only, and
while we have been successful in this direction we have never been in a position to show such an exceedinglv
choice, perfect-fitting and superior made and trimmed line of
as at present. An exceptionally choice line of novelties, positively a handsomer and larger line than ever at
correct prices, in fact better made, better trimmed and better fitting goods at lower price than you would
have to pay for infearior goods elsewhere.
Comparison is convincing. May we have an opportunity of satisfying you as to the truthfulness of the
. &, K.
Headquarter for Boys' and Children's Wearing Apparel.