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Qaiocrt Buuder & Boa's,
biberisa crat t Soaader Sc. Eon'.
Secure homes is tbe Keys lace district.
La fie gem meloos at Bonder & Boa's.
Fsacr esting apples it Bonder &
All kin is of fresh YReUbIes st Bonder
Go to Moline toaigbt asd besr Coo
Go-gs Wagaer kfl for Dabaqne jea-
terdsy 01 butinesa.
Fetches sad grapes by tte basket at
Boader & Son's.
. Istia the Keystone district are central
aceessib'e and clean.
Cbr!e Dermic, of Dubuque, is Tisit
leg friends is the city.
Samuel Baker of Ritiflg'oa called at
Thk Abcs cfiie todsj.
J. Bits of C&tcseo is TUitiag hi
daughter, Mrs. I F. Gi e.
Ererjbody is goisg to Moline tonight
to heir Congressman Spricgr.
Bouses for sale oa the instdmtni
plsa. cr to rent by E. D. Gajer.
Boys should all tndesTor to win The
Aegis prize. Any lados'.rious boy mj
An ojster sapper wiJ be eerred at the
South Park chspel on FriJsj ereaiog of
General Secretary B!aeey of the Y.
M. C. A., went to Minneapolis last night
Streetcars will soon run from down
town factories to Thirty-eight street, the
ttctt location for chesp homes.
Mrs. W. B Ftrtison ar.d MlfsFant'e
Clelsnd left latt night for DanTille to at
tend the state contention of the W. C- T.
James Tsjlor. of Tajkr KicJge, was in
the city today on his return from a wieit
to his dsajtttr, Mrs. Flower, in Huron.
James McCarthy snd Jsmes Baker of
E jgington, and Michael Dooley. of Pre
emption, were a trio of young demoortt
in the city today.
They csll them ' jugs" in Znanrf; in
this country eTerybody knows what you
mean when you say "pitchers. " Jugs r
pitchers, the prices drop Saturday at
Liooelej's crocktry store. Card fifth
A club known as the West. Ead Ath
letes ha been formed and will hare it
first dance at Stodd's hall next Saturday
eight. B'eucr's orchestra will furnish
music. AU friecdf are in riled, and ob
jectionable people are advised not to at
tend. Sunday night, the branch store cf
Simon & Mosenfelder at Monmouth was
entered and several hundred dollars wor.b
of overcoats and other ctoihing taken.
The firm has a clue to the intruders and
may capture them.
Tuesday was the 18th birthday of John
J. Jordan, son of W. II. Jordan and wife,
and it was agreeabiy celebrated in the
evening by a large number of his young
friends being invited to supper, after
which several hours were spent socially
Park Commissioner Jackson of Spen
cer Square held a conference last night
with the park committee of the city coun
cil to consider preparations for the dedi
cation of the Black Hawk statue in Spec
cer Square on its arrival. An interest
ing programme will be carried out in
which it is rot improbable a portion of a
tribe of Indians nil participate.
The new Famous shoe store. 108 Third
street, west of Brady, was opened last
Tuesday with an elegant new stock and a
rushing business. O. L Wynes, the
proprietor, will be remembered by many
as the successful business man who con
ducted the Central shoe store some years
ago. Lie is a p'essant salesman, and an
experienced business man. Give him a
call at bis new stand an 1 be convinced
that his goods are the best and prices the
I.O. O. F. Installation.
On Monday evening the officers it
Rock Island lodge No 18, I. O. O. F.,
were installed as follows:
N. G M. E. Sweeney.
U G Charles Arnold.
It S. T. A. Johnston.
P. S. J. Tremen.
T. F. Rudolph.
T jc installation ceremcnies were con
ducted by Past Grand Representative W.
L. Sweeney, a large attendance beirg
"I can highly recommend Dr. Bull's
Couch Syrup for croup. I have used it
for several years and find it the best rem
edy ever tried. Mrs. Hannah Morrison,
Burlington, W. Va "
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough at
CUPID S CAPTIVES.
More Announcements of Nup
HIESCH - HEEfSFUETEB SUTTIALS.
A a-t Tint Happy A. Km It on Eighteenth
trt tLMt KimiBf; The Hrp-r-V-ll
Alliance. Tonight Other Matrimonial
Errata In Proopee t-
Tbe HirschI3eiEsfurter nuptials were
celebrated at the residence of Mrs. 8
May. on E ghteenth street last evening,
Rabbi Rosenthal oCUraticg. Tte inter
ior decorations were very elcbora'e, and
the hppy couple were the recipients of
many handsome tokens of remembrance
from admiring friends.
The following from abroad were in at
tendance: Messrs and Mesdwnes I
Kietn. of Washington. Iowa; b:mon
Morris, of Keola, Iowa, and Charles Al-
tchuler, of Aurora, III.
Thegro:m, who is a son of Simon
(Ii.-s:h. of Moline. is connected with the
Moline Ka'iocal bank and is a" young
man of i xce'itnt qaaiificitioas, while his
fair bride, who is a daughter of Samuel
IIeinfurt.r h) recently mcv.d here
from Divenport, has a Isrge circle of
'rientfs in the three citias. whose well
wishes will go with them through life.
Two more weddings are booked for the
same vicinity on Eighteenth street, to oc
cur within the next two week. They
are Miss Hattie Roeenfield to Felix E'
tiegcr. and Miss Belle Heinsfurter to
Mayer Levi .
Carls are out accousciog the rrarriage
of Mits L ie! a J. Biiss to Frederick W.
Ricck, which occurs at the residence of
the hfide's parents, Fraik'in L Bliss and
wife, 613 Twenty-thirl street, Wednes
day evenicg. O-t- 19. at 8 o'clo k. The
bride is a daughter of the well known
Milwaukee engineer, and the groom is
the bus n ss manager of the L'oion.
Tonight at the F.rst Coagrega'iona'
church in Voline occurs the wedding of
MiiS Grace Vil e to Stuart Harper, of
bis city. Rv. T. B Willsoa, the paslor
of the church, officiating. The affvr wiii
be in keepicg with the other events cf a
fiimiUr nature that have oc
curred prtvious'v in the same
family, and w.Jl. therefore,
be elaborate in every respect. A grand
reception at the Telie mansion will follow
the ceremony at the cha-ch where tri city
society wi l te in attendance in force. A
temporary dining room and dncing
pavilion has teen erected oc the spacious
grounds, the roof of which is sky blue
dotted with myriads of incandescent
electric lights arranged as stars and a
crescent moon similarly composed.
The Attraction at I Ten port Mile Track
Opening Event of the Day.
The second meetiog of the Dvenp"rt
Mi'e Track clu opened yesterday afters
noon, and the moa?em;nt at a meeting
during 'he afternoon determined to make
the events on the track more popular
this yer by arranging for the 50 cent ad
mission to include the amphitheatre or
The first race of the day was for 3 year-
olds, for a purse of 200, and was won
by Albert E in stra:ght heats, the bett
time bei -g 2 25.
The second event was the 2.50 trotting
class for a purse of $0Q, and was cap
tured by Arlington, whose best time was
The third contest was won by Jo i.whoss
best time was 2 18$.
The races will continue throughout the
We notice the 3- Louis pipers are
full of the n-.erits of the Msjestic Steel
and Malleable Iron Range. It certainly
is the best one ever made, and is sold at
a very low price by Henry Stemon &
Burlington Route," Davenport races.
October 3rd to 7ih. ioclus va. All sta
tions within 75 miles. A fare an1 one
third for round trip. Military Tract Sol
diers' and Sailors' R -union, Macomb. 111..
October 4'h to 7th, inclusive. One fare
for the round trip. Illinois State Fair,
Peoria. LI.. Sept. 24'h to Oct. 1st, incln-
siye. One fair for the round trip. St.
Lui Exposition, at. Louis. Mo., Dept.
26-29. Ost. 8 6-10-13-17 20. Good to
return fiye davs from date of sale. A
fare and one-third for the round trip.
St. Louis Fair and Veiled Prophets., St.
Louis. Mo., October let to 8th. inclusive.
One fare for the round trip. For further
information apply to II. D. Mack,Div.
Pass. Agt.. Rock Island. Ill
Children Cry for
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
Tiraw ail ih TiaW
Is complaint cf many poor mortals, who
know not where to 6cd relief. Hood's
SarsaparCla pos-eeses just those elements
of etreusrth which yon so earnestly crave.
It will build sou up give you an appetite
stretgtten vour sttm.ch and nerve L Try
Hood's Pills act especially upon the
liver, rousing it from torpidity to its
natural duties, cure cons'.ipatioa and
TH DAILY ASO'-'s diiT.l a". yor door
pT-r, e.ai ne !r 14 wttt.
A"TKI-A ACTIVE AND W1DB AWAK8
boy Esqesre at uu osce.
ANTED A GOOD SECOND-HAND SAPB
fera.l cue pref re I . App'.j a !-osa3er'.
COR RENr-THEB BOOM AND KITCHEN
t a' to forauhetl front rooa. Alj 1110 Taird
ANTED A BITUATION A3 STATIONARY
engine, r. Goca refe-nc.-- A2arv9 "li
UOBSlLf AND BENT WsrsCTIONERY
i acd soli n ure. e?rai Ihl t; jrea with
rx-ytm and aTinz r .cm for retl. Acplj I0i5
lTANrED tTEiK i TO WORK. ON UEN
t ccrpm tiz&l: three octh" work : S' ci i
Appjr and orz H miZe west of M:1b, W.G,
WAITED Earnest, Inlet 5at t etab-
laa a poo-i parlay bc!n-: eruz Liricr bad
erpnecea in a lick t. oaa p'e 'erred; eail at nite
a, Mctui yogn b.ock o.Teaorx, iiwa.
AGENTSakinffo$10per day :H-e the
Electrical WcDicr bonttoil wic!. !5Rrii
;re-t, Oaienport, lew, cor!l fl jor, ron , 2 to
9 p.m. Geteral ajpent wacted.
TT'AN TED-OIL AGENT. A GOOD WELIA.-
I aie mi t'erretw mu to itpm! os In it
aie of oir gra. c:c. on t-x i romraiifQ.
Aleo a few trati,ttff AiaLen 1 carry our pam
p!e a a '.de ;ini The rm -!i aa i can lc
tni1 In tb to-ket. Addpe wtte reference.
J. R. Timmina A Co.. Cue Mi. jlio.
They all Testify
Ts the EScacf
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The olllTne a1mi!9
mzpi asd fields r.u
(roce f jr.a to 1M antlr--!, .
astoclahlna' the akeptlcal an 1
eoafotzsdl&f the alteiea cf
Umm wfco depend coiely en 114
am. Tbere u no biooi
taint whlcti ltdoeanotlmncdlatetr
eradicate. Poiaons xmiarJlf absorbed or th
raulc of TSediaeaaea from within all yield t ttrli
po-nt txu almpie remedy. It Is aa cneqar.l?.l
tcate. balMaaptheold and feeble, cores a! I diaeeaea
arutat from Impure blood or weakened lra lity.
read for a treaUae. the prouC
Buoka on - Eiood and Ekln Dlaeaaea - mailrd froe.
JHttQUif Sell It.
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
Drawer a, Atlaata. Ga.
1 o call yonr attention to a few facte :
Tour eyeaiebt 1 pricel- the eve need cood
care; improper spectacles are iiicroni, yoa
fboold tot tri&t yonr eyesight to lrreponaibie
peddlers of cheap spectacles.
H D. FOLSOM
Is a Practical Optician, ar.d will take pains to
properly fit yoor eyes for every defect of vision
and will guarantee a perfect fit in every case.
V Slirtiig. m 10 w.
If the lines in this diamond amr do not
appear equally black in all the different
meridians, it indicate a defect cf fight
that causes nervous head-ache and suocld
be corrected at once. Y.ycs tested free
Jeweler and Optician.
1615 and 1617 Second Avenua
New styles of
f IIEET3 AND PlXLOW CASES,
We wi I sell you this week
ready made ah-ets aDd pil
low cases for about what
the bare material costs you.
Peppeiel Bleached Sheets
81x90, 9-4 63c each.
Fink of Loom bleached sheets.
81x90, 8-4 G7c each
90x90, 10-4. 75c each. .
Lockwood Bleached Sheets
81x93. 9-4, 58c each.
Fruit of I oom, 4."x- ; .
- Fruit of LoonK 42xi- ; -r'
Caet Iron. 45t:: -,..
Notice the following pr! .
Bed Comforts 65c ea .
Gry Blankets, fair. -Si t,?
Towels, a!l linen, 4c ri j. '
Crash 3Jc a yard.
Shaker fl in? els, goo-i T -j T
Cloaks, immense as'r.r-,
Ijow-st p-ic-3 i-uararit j
ROCK ISLAND, ILL
GREAT B ARGAINS
D. ROY BOOT'S.
1726 Second Ave.
1525 and 1527
124, 126 and 12S
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brands of domestic
and imported cigars. All brands of tobacco.
The score of all '.he ball games will be received
L. OLOCKHOPF, Prop.,
1SOS Second Avenue.
POCKET KNIVES and SCISSORS took the highest premium
for quality. If you want a good knife try one.
One need not be told what a nice present an elegant Carving
bet like those I have to show w'la be. Also those
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Every woman that kf-ns hnnan wonta -n w-nv.- i.n
finish Fire Sets and Irons.
Acorn Stoves and Ranges
are the leadeis made in TIHnm f-r r.ni-cf- oi ,
" - -v wvs kJKSX K. A aUU vT A UtlC
guaranteed, Ihese are all rood thintrs to buv at RhristmT
any other time. Come in ani see how m
tliat is useful and novel in housekeeping goods.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock Island.
NOT HOW CHEAP BUT HOW (GOOD!
Nowadays parents buying Boys' Clothing make an effort to get good goods not chean shnHHv t-ft.
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
Are now prepared to show you. We have always made it a special feature to carry good goods onlv i-nd
while we have been successful in this direction we have never been in a position to show such an exceeding
ciiuiwc, pcntci-iiuuig aiici oupciiut i iiaut. unu itiiiiiiitu line Ul
as at present. An exceptionally choice line of novelties, positively a handsomer and larger line than ever at
i " . C a. 1 li. 1 1 J.J. A I 11 i i ,. v.
correct prices, in iaci ueuer maue, ueiier ininmea ana oetter luting gooas at lower price than you w ouU
have to pay for infearior goods elsewhere.
Comparison is convincing. May we have an opportunity of satisfying you as to the truthfulness nf the
M. &, K.
Headquarter for Boys and Children's' Wearing Apparel.