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88c for il.50 shoes K.
Siberian crabs at Souder & Sod's.
Oito's full band at the Tower Sunday .
Otto's band at the Watch Tower Sun
day. Bartlett pears for canning, at Sou er A
tl.50 qaalitf of ladies' shoes at 89c.
M. & K.
Turners' entertainment and dance Sat
Pancy Muscatine water melons at Sou
der & Son's.
' Orsters, celery and cranberries at Sou
der & 8on's.
Hear Otto's military bsni at Black
All the celebrated makes of winter un
derwear at the M. & K.
Michigan peacbe. Concord gr-ipes, by
the basket, at Souder & Son's.
Water melons, fresi cocoanuts and a
floe line of fruits at Sommera.
Tee most replete line of vegetables in
the city can always be found at Sourer &
83c for ladies kid shoes worth tt-50
they may last a day or two 3m c me
first served M. Jfc K.
Oysters, celery, cranberries, sweet po
tatoes, spring chickens and a fa'l line of
vegetables at Summers'.
Tii Ami ontprtmement and dance of
, - , , c . , ; doir.s it ly accident, but, no; he made his
the Rock Island Turne. Society occurs an(, aga;n ;nd as he diJ
at their hll on Siturday evening. the huge horne.1 rams followed him with
mm.- t T , cot... nii-ta .iito . lur.rtrjrs.
ON JUDGES' WALK.
That night on Jndge' Walk the wind
Was the voice of doom;
The Heath, a lake of darkness, lay
As silent as the tomb.
The vast night brooded, white with stars.
Above the world's unrest;
rhe awfalneas of silence ached
Like a strong heart repressed.
That night we walked beneath the trees.
Alone, beneath the trees;
There was some word we could not sar
Half uttered in the breese.
That night on Judges Walk we said
No word of all we had to say.
And now no word shall e'er be said
Before the Judgment Day.
Arthur Symons in Black and White.
Boson, a collie pup, was only two months
old when I took him with me to Strat
haron, and nntil then he bad never beheld
a sheep at close quarters. For three or
four days I kept him tied up close to my
tent, but on the fourth day he got away
and followed me and ray bii dog Sancho
down to the pate of the paddock, where I
hail just driven about 130 rams.
On reaching them I found I had left my
fence tools behind and rode back after
them, Sancho following. I did not notice
that Boson remained behind. When I
came back in a few minutes I Raw, to my
surprise, that the rams had not spread out
to feed, but were bunched in a close mass,
and that the outer ones were following the
motions of fomethinn which I could not
see, but which they evidently feared.
I reined in my horse, waved back Sancho
I and watched. -Presently I saw woolly lit
i tie Boson, wEo certainly was no bicker
than the head of the least of the rams, pad-
tiling round and round the circle in a quiet,
businesslike manner. I remained motion
less and watched to see whether he was
It was with much difficulty that I en
ticed him home. .and from Lis air I have
no doubt l.e would Lave gone on circling
his s-cif impoed charge until his legs failed
Lira. "Land Travel ami Seafaring."
re equal to the best $3 suit in the
They men jest what they claim.
The resuUr monthly meeting cf the Y,
W.C.T.U. will be held at the Y.M.C.A.
rooms tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Ther nrpr ramhlt?. 1 lit th3 M. fc K
j ----- - i i;o.ii;c!o:t. uas oi.
could be tempted to wsc?r ti at their line . ness. It !....- brw.h
of children's novelties i without com-i who have raised great, u
parison in this vicinity M. & K.
Frederick Anderson was taken
the county courl this morning to htvc an j ,jnl" JV'j1'
inquisition made into h!s mental enca;
tion and a jury found hica insane and
ordered hira committed to a state bespit,
for the insane.
Two-cent articles at the Columbia:
Yard lace, yard embroideries, purse.spool
twist, one dczen packages hair pins
crimper, fine comb, can opener, pen and
holder, gimlet, one handkerchief, tin cup.
funnel, fl'e and lots of other thir.es
, . .,, . . .. , , tliev are t !-.-e.-ii in as many as live s-ta
IX) OK wnai OC wn: uuv ' ur vj'Muui-
bia: One handkerchief, pair half hope.
lloquefort and Its Cheese.
Ci.ee-e. which has been the fortune of
' Ron uef o:-t. has dt.-troyed its picturesque-
riess. It has brwi-h r-cu:.itors there
I i i : i ....... ..
iiivrs of flazr.ltntr whitene-s in harsh con-
I trast with the character an 1 wimlxr tone
Into ' cf the oM hot:-. s. Although the place is
iis-.srs .f o::iy one street
. the more ancient dwell-
' ins are remarkable for their height. It is
; mrprisin.i; to see in a village l-t among
' the sterile hills houses three stories high,
j The fact that there is only a ledtre on
j which to ur.iM must be the explanation.
; What is mot curious iu the place is the
i Before the chee.-e bc-ca:::e an important
article i commerce tht-o were natural
caver:.-. M'.ch as are everywhere to lie
found in this calcareous furuiatiou; but
cow tucy are real.y cc-i.ars that Lave been
excavate-: to Mica a tieplti la tnc rocK that
tliev are to be.-e.-n in as many as five stages,
where i t. ; rows of cheeses are stacked one
over the ether. The virtue of these cellars
barrel tacks, brush, bottle of ink. cork . from the i i.ese making point of view is
ecrew, ysraenioro.uer.es. ' " """J 'ten rature of alKut 8 Uegs. centigra-le
dress Duttons, aon, line como, snety
sumtLier and winter. Temple Bar.
pins, plated salt spoon, campaign buttocs.
Look what you can buy for lc at the
Columbia: Thimble, paper of tacks, slate i
sponge, paper pins, paper need;es, 6pool
basting thread, spool embroidery silk, j
darning cotton, buttons, one yard lace,
10 slate pencils, two pens and tablet, one
yard ribbon and ma.y other item3 too
numerous to mention.
Mitchell & Lynde have decided to
deepen the artesian well until a better
flow of water is obtained. J- P. Miller,
the Chicago well driller who sunk tte
well, is on the grounds with his parapher
nalia and will begin work at once. It
wi'.l probably have to be deepened 500 to
1,000 feet to get the supply of water that
The Turner Society have arranged to
give a series of entertainments, including
dancing, and invitations bava been issued
for the first to be given, Satjrday even
ing. Oct. 1, at Turner Hall. The Turner
Singing Society and the Moline Mando
lin club will furnish music for the occa
sion. Those who have received invita
tions can secure season tickets at Turner
Ilall, Fred Woltmano and the committee.
Miss Kate Byrnes has returned from
Chicago where she has just finished pur
casing her fall style of millinery. Qer grand
fall opening will occur tomorrow, whjre
the will have on display all the latest
"fads" in ber line. Eer immense line of
pattern hats and trimmings are of the
latest metropolitan selection and the as
sortment is full and complete. All should
call and look over the stock as Mies
Byrnes enjoys the reputation of carrying
the latest in everything in the way of
Hood's Sarsaparilla absolutely cures all
diseases caused by impure blood and it
builds up the whole system.
The True Laxative Principle
Of the plants used in manufacturing the
pleasant remedy. Syrup of Figs, has a
permanently beneficial effect oa the
human system, while the cheap vegetable
extracts and mineral solutions, usually
sold as medicines, are permanently injur
ious. Bsing well-informed, you will
use the true remsay only. Manufactured
by the California Fig Syrup Co.
Only One on Hand.
Doctor You will have to take two table
spoonfuls of medicine three times a day.
Mrs. Xr Then, sjr, I'll have to
get the lean of a tablespoon, bekase I only
Lev one, sor. Exchange.
One who has Lad a free ticket on a rail
road or a free admission to an entertain
ment never wishes to pay again. It is pre
cisely'thus with the more open and undis
guised form of aims called public assis
tance. A Pennsylvania inventor has devised a
pair of eyeglasses with a mirror mounted
sons to reflect objects in the rear of the
wearer, but offering no obstacle to direct
forward vision through the lens.
Fire in a l ive Story Huil.llng.
New YoiiK, Sept. 30. Fire started last
night in the fifth floor of the five story
mansard roof building at 22 and 24 White
street. The first and second floors, cellar
and sub-cellars are occupied by Otheman,
flyer, and Southwick, dealer in woolen
goods. Twelve girls at work in the build
ing got out safely. Estimated, loss $100,000.
Strike of Illinois Miners.
Dkcatvk, Ills., Sept. 30. Wednesday the
I0 miners employed at the coal shaft
struck because the company refused to ad'
vance the iay of the fifteen drivers 25 cents
a dav. The employes of the other mines
are likely to strike out of sympathy.
Itig Money for a Jockey.
London, Sept. 30. It was stated at New
market yesterday that Mr. Abington, the
owner of race horses, has papid 20,000 to
obtain the services of Watts, the well-
THK DAILY A KG U4 delivered at your door
STerr ni ny for HHc per week.
WASTED AN ACTIVE AND WIDE AWAKE
boy Enquire at this office.
Wells, 1T07 Sixth Aveoae.
GIRL AT H
HR SALE SADDLE POSY ASD
1 hand caru 500 Twentieth street.
117 ANTED A GOOD SECOND-HASD
IT small one prefrred. Apply ' eommers'.
ASTKD A enTATION A3 STATIONARY
Good references. Address H"
WASTED COOK. MlT HAVE RKrER
ence. Apply t Mr. Bufords at tbe head
of E'gateenth street.
ASTKD A irl for cenetal housework. Fonr
ia fimuy. Mu'tbea eool cook, w-her and
troner. w aeef4 per week. 2s-'6 tilth avenae.
JO AN TED Earnest, Intel ient Udy ti eUb
f V list, a pool paying b ;:n?; one Having had
experience in a ick txim p-e erred; call at suite
3, McCuilouf a blocs Daveuort. Iowa,
AGENTS making $3 to H0 per day seUtoe the
alectrical Wonder housi.ol ( wunt, 5oa Uruly
Mreet, Davenport, Iowa. scCJnd floor, room i, 2 to
8 p. m. Geoeral agent wanted.
Mr. J. C. Jones, of Faiton,Ark.,taysof
I3?K5 "About ten years ao I osm-
it iaMI traded a severe case- of blood
poison. Leading physicians prescribed
medicine after medicine, which I took
without any relief. I als- tried mercu
rial and potash remedies, itU ur.ruc-
7r3i'.J results but vrjicifcroushicj; i r.
:tack of racrctiri 1 r tu-iat: n
r.-.da ray lifo one cf shorty. After r:::'-.-.iot
four years I cave ! r
'.r. i ccmme'-ceJ u.-iat: i. i. ii. Ai". r
. iLinj ncvenl bstth.s. i v-: .. tatlro".;
--nr r--d r.ble to rosurco vo:
is the creates ft Ei' .icico
blood pciscuiris to
We are Down
On high prices because hiah prices
will ruin any buisiness- Customers
ate them worse than they hate the
measles and won't come where they
are- We are not going to buy nice
goods and mark them at a price that
will keep you AW AY, on the contrary
we put prices on them that will BRING
YOU IN if you are a judge of good
values- Depend upon it that the prices
on our goodsis never ahighprice. Tne
figures we put upon an article is simply
statement of its exact value and wortn
every cent of the pric 3 asked-
Try usjust once-
307 Twentieth Street-
To call your attention to a few fact:
Your evident is priceless the eye need good
care; improper fpectacies are 21 jariou. von
houldtot trnt your cve-itrnt to irroi'pong'.ble
petMlers of cheap foectaclt-e.
H D. FOLSOM
i Practical Optician, aiid will take niin to
properly fit your eyes for eery defect of vision
nod will guarantee a perfect fit in every cae.
The Weather Tt May Expect,
Washington. Sept. at. The following I
the weather indications for twenty-four hours
from 8 p. m. yesterday: For Indiana and Illi
noisFair weather; southerly winds. For
Michigan Fair, wanner weather in northern
Michigan and eastern tiortlon of upper .Mirni
pn: urolmlilr liirht rains tonicht or tomorrow
In upper Michigan and northern portion of
lower Michigan: southerly winds, becoming
brisk southwesterly. For Wisconsin Gener
ally fair weather; warmer, except In extreme
northwestern portion; winds becoming brisk
southwesterly. For Iowa Generally iair
wnathert warmer, except in- extreme north
western portion: southerly to easterly winds.
St. Louis Fair Oct, 3-8. 1892-
Rock Island & Peoria make one fare
for the round trio to St. Liu is. viz: $7 62
Ticke's on sale October 1st to 8ih. good
to return until and including Oct. 10th
Trv this new route via Peoria. Leave
Rock Island 8:05 a. m. Dinner at Peoria
Arrive at St. Lou s 8 00 p m.
R Stock HotJK. O T. A
f The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
'Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
Treitiso on F,l.v.l an.l Pl.ii IivTr m.ii';:
CM liT Cl ECU CO., AtixUtJ,
If the linea in this diamond ficrnre do not
appear equally black in ail the different
meridians, it indicates a defect cf sight
that causes nervous head-ache ana should
be corrected at once. T.yca tested free
Jeweler and Optician.
1615 and 1617 Second Avenua.
New styles ot
Some of the good things
we offer this week.
Moirk Kibbons No. 22 (a few
prices of No. 40) all silk,
2?c per yd.
When these are gone there
will be no more at that
Fanct Ribbons One lot No
22 (not all silk)
6 shades at
' 75c per yd.
Soma .1 .
more wnen tnes ar so
LLUMir ATE 1JRE59 tiO .iDs,
1 Sc per yd.
Jt Lin a 1 l.i.iLL lf jLVY qjjjl
soft, b-st fabric ev-r maij
101 tne money,
15c per yd.
0-vmn T. W a r . All I I
2c per yd.
4 l-2c per yd.
It pays to trad wirh us.
12c per yd.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
I A fi?
GREAT B A.RGAIN!
D. ROY BOWLBTS.
126 Second Ave.
-Base Eall Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hsnd the finest brands of dotrestlc
and Imported ciaar. All brands of tobcco.
The score of all Jie ball games will be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
130S Second ATenne.
1525 and 1527
124, 126 and 12S
POCKET KNIVES and SCISSORS took the highest premiai
for quality. If you want a good knife try one.
One need not be told what a nice present an elegant Carving
Set like those I have to show will be. Also those
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Every woman that keeps house wants one. Wrought Iron
finish Fire Sets and Irons.
Stoves and Ranges
are the leader s made in Illinois for our soft coal and every on
guaranteed. These are all good things to buy at Christmas or
any other time. Come in and see how much I have to show you
that is useful and novel in housekeeping goods.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock Telan3.
NOT HOW CHEAP BUT HOW GOOD!
Rnv' Clothing make an effort to get good goods not cheap, shoddy stun
1 1 KJ UWUJ fU!V".w mj O J O . I 111 1 J 1 1
Shoddy goods are high at a low price; a good article at a low price is what you want, and that is just what tnc
Aw now nrpmrpH tn dinw vnn vVp havp alwnv; madp it a snpnal feature to carrv good goods onlv, :vm
. -1 1 - - ... ! . . , A l, 1 rt V1
while we have been successtui in tnis direction we nave never oeen in a position iu miuw ulu micALccoiii
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 ewr a;
correct prices, in fact better made, better trimmed and better fitting goods at lower price than you w u!-
have to pay for infearior goods elsewhere. m .
Comparison is convincing. Aay we have an opportunity of satisfying you as to the truthfulness ot
Headquarter for Boys' and Children's Wearing Apparel.