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Oyste and celery at Arnold's.
Nice spring chickens t Arnold'.
Secure homes in the Keys.one dV.tfct.
Nice spring chickens at Souder & Son's.
New white clover honey at 8omBocrs'.
Nice California peaches at Sood't &
A nice line of California fruit at Ar
nold's. Large soring chickens at Driffill &
Peaches and grapes by the ba ket at
See Dolly Bros.' change of ad. It sets
people to talking.
Peaches and grapes by the bsket at
8onder & Son's.
Lots in the Keystone district are central,
accessible and clean.
$3 shoes for men and women, best on
earth. The Boston.
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Brough have re
turned from S'. Louis.
The finest condensed mince meat in
the market at Arnold's.
Fresh Cauliflower, little yellow toma
toes for preserving, at Arnold s.
Catawba, Concord and, Elvira grapes,
crab apples, oysters and celery at Long's.
Order your oysters and celery for your
Sunday dinner at Brooks & Thielman's.
Pears, peaches, quinces, sweet app'.ee,
crab apples, at George Browner & Co s
Jersey sweet potatoes, and all kinds of
vegetables, at George Browner & Co'a.
f3 ladies' Philadelphia toe. patent tip,
Goodyear welt, warranted, $3 The Bos
ton. Dressed chickens and ducks at
Scbroeder's Twentieth street meat mar
ket. Nice sweet potatoes, cranberries, cook
ing apples, quinces and sweet apples at
$3 We have them cheeper, and we
have them better, but our $3 shoes beat
them all. The Boston.
Schroeder has a fine assortment of
dreised chickens and ducks a: his Twen
tieth street meat market.
Magistrate Wivill yesterday evening
nnited in marriage Cbas. C. Johnson of
South Moline and Miss Tillie Krop.
Tie ceremony occurred in the mais'rate's
office with all due solemnity.
The family of the late Thomas Devine
desire to thus publicly express their sin
cere gratitude to all their friends who so
kindly assisted during their late' bereave
ment and particularly to the members of
the St - Patrick Benevolent Society.
The Famous Texan to
in Rock Island.
ONE WEEK FBOM THIS EVENING.
Preparations for a Grand Iemoustrt ion
. In Hi HonorgConntj Meetings of the
democracy Truman riants Engage
ments In the County.
Hon. Roger Q Mills the famous tsrifl
reformer and author o! the Mills bill of
the lower house is to speak, in Rock Isl
and Friday evening, Oct. 14 one week
from tonight. The occasion will be made
one of the greatest demonstrations in
western 111. tois this year. It is likely
there will be a torchlight procession and
if so, all the democraitc ward clubs in
the county and also Davenport will par
ticipate. Chairman Silvis, of the democratic
county committee, has completed bis
program of meetings in Rock Is" and county
during the month. They are as follows:
Hampton, Oct. 12, Hon. E. W. Hunt and M. J.
McKni y. .
Edglneton, Oct. 13, Hon. E. W. Hunt an If. J.
HOI. TtCXU PLAKTI.
Hampton, Monday, Oct. 24.
Moline, Tnepdsv, Oct. 15.
Edgmgton, Wednesday, Oct. 86.
Milan, Thursday, Oct. 17.
Cordova, Friday, Oct 28.
hock Island. Saturday, Oct 34.
Several Wresting and Sparring Matches at
Turner Hall Last Night.
The Flaherty benefit at Turner hall last
sight was fairly well attended and fur
aished cansiderable amusement for those
present. It was opened with a wrestling
match, best two in three, between B;lly
Lewis, of Chicago, and Prof- Ben Web
ber, of Moline. The first fall, which was
Gts :o-Roman atjle. was won by Lewis
in, 2 minutes, and the two last ones,
which were wrestled catch -as-ca'ch-can.
were won by Prof. Webber in one and 4
After this came another wresting
match, best two in three, for $10 a side,
between Brown of Davenport and Pas
ton of Moline. Brown winning
the two first falls in 14 and 23 minutes.
It was a good exhibition of physical
strength and endurance, the men beiDg
pretty evenly matched, and was etj jed
by the audience. A 3 round glove con
test between O'Day Bros., of Davenport,
was next in order, and ended in honors
easy. Jackson, a colored bantam weight
of Ds Moinea, and Bobby Con well, of
Davenport, then sparred four roucds. af
ter which Joe Flaherty, the light weight
of Lowell. Maes., who is being backed by
Henry Baker, of Davetport, sparred four
rounds with Jack Havlin. also of Diven
port, for scientific points. The last bout
ended the entertainment, which on the
whole, was auite satief ctory to those
Circuit Court Culllngs.
In the case of Mrs. Anabel Loughran
vs. S. A.Marshall for 83.000 damages fo:
the death of her husband, tbs jury re
turned a vtriict this morning allowing
$2,000 to the plaintiff.
In the replevin suit of John Schafer
vs. Geo. . Bailey, a verdict of flO
was rendered for the plaintiff.
The $5 000 damage suit of Valentine
Nold vs. Henry Meyers, is now in hear
log, Looney & Kelly appearing for the
plaintiff, and Joseph Haas for the de
fence. Deputy Sheriff Silvis tojk U. G. Leach
and John Murphy to Joliet yesterday to
begin time on their sentences.
The Rock River Institute Meets In Rock
Island rapers Read and Election of Of
ficers. The quarterly meeting of the Rock
River Iastitute of Homeopathy was beld
yesterday afternoon and evening at the
offices of Dr. Kinon on Third avenue
and Sixteenth street. The visitors to
the ci y wire driven about Rock Isl
and arsons! a couple of hours, after which
the doctors met ia afternoon session
President Kinyon presiding, and Dr.
H:ll. of S erhng, acting as secretary.
A report upon the treatment of typho-
ml risl fever was received from Dr
Lowell, of Clinton, one from Dr. Gruber,
of the same place, on continued fevers,
and another from Dr. Kinyon upon the
diagnosis and treatment of gastric ulcer
and growths in the s'omach.
An intcrestins paper on ''Polypharma
cy ' pointing out the superiority or
Homeopitby was read by Dr. Gordon of
Sterling. A general discussion of the
papers rea was ttken part in by all
present and two rare operations were per
formed ty Dr. Kinyon in the presence of
the society. At the conclusion of the af
ternoon session the visitors were dined
by Dr. Kinyon and in the evening the
election of officers resulted in Dr. Kinyon
being reelected president. Dr. Hill of
8lerling, secretary and Dr. Lowell of
The following were present: Drs.
Lowell, Blunt and Gruber. of Clinton, la ,
Drs Gordon and Hill, of Sterling, Dr.
Winnard, of Lyndon, Dr. Spencer, of
Geneseo and Drs Salisbury and Harlan
The Davenport Races.
Yesterday was the third day of the
Divecp;rt races. The first event was
the 3-year old trot, 2:35 class, for purse
of $200 Rosemond won the rice, with
best time 2.27$. The second race was
the 2:35 pacing race for purse of $500
and was won by Elizi Benson, best litre
2-.17J. The third rsce, the free-for-all
trot for purse of $500, was won by Lt
curgu whose best lime was z:ie$.
Edward C. Cook. 513 Adams avenue.
Scran ton. Pa., states that he con si (leas
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup the most effica
cious remfoy lor cougns, coias, etc., ne
baa yet found
Mrs. D mock is now prepared to please
the most fa; tidious in millinery, having
well st-lected stork ar.d expert trimmers.
1703 Third avenue, Moline.
We nnttne the tv. Louis Dtoers are
full of the merits of the Msjestic Steel
and Malleable Iron Ranee. It certainly
is the best one ever made, and is sold at
a very low price by Henry Siemon &
"Iirsd ail tn Tims."
Is complaint of many poor mortals, who
know not where to find relief. Hood's
Srsaparills possesses just those elements
of strength which you so earnestly crave.
It will build you up, give you an appetite
strengthen your stomach and nervei. lry
Hood's Pills act especially upon the
liver, rousing it from torpidity to its
natural duties, cure constipation and
Fits All fits stopped frea by Dr.
Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. No flu
after the first day's use. Marvelous
cures. Treatise and $2 trial bot'le free to
fit cases. Send to Dr. Kline. 931 Arch
street. Philadelphia. Pa. For sale by all
diuggists; call on yours.
rHB DAILY ARQL'S D8LIAEHKD AT VOL'S
door every evening tor ISttc per week.
ANTED AN ACTIVE AND WIDE AWAKE
boy Enquire at this office.
FOR BENT THREE ROOMS AND KITCHEN ;
to furnished front room. Ajvly 1110 Tbird
W 'ANTED A SITUATION AS STATIONARY
engineer. Good reference. Address "H"
FOR SALE AND RENT CONFECTIONERY
and noti.TB atore. established SO vea-8 with
store and -living rxma for rent. Apply 1015
i tira avenue.
WANTED A GOOD G1UL FOR GENERAL
TT house work Apply at Sylvan View, Mrs.
WANTED X) TEAMS TO WORK ON HEN
nepin c tnal ; three n onths' work ; mod wages
Apply and work H mile west of Milan, W . u.
WANTED Earnest, Intelligent lady t estab
lish a pood paytug business; one haing bad
experience in a sick r om pre 'erred; call at suite
3, McCulloogh block Davenport, Iowa,
AGENTS making fS to tlO per day selling the
Electrical Wonder bouscliol I want, 5ih) Brady
street, Davenport, Iowa, second floor, room S, 2 to
p. m. ueceral agent wanted.
A Thoughtful Parent
Consults his best interests when be is
prepared for an emergency; he knows
that "like a thief in the night," Croup
or Who.jpls2 Cough may come upon his
child without warning. Can be afford to
be without a remedy at band? Cu-eb
Cough Cure is what he should have on
hand; it is the one-minute remedy.
For the tickling in the throat, the hack
ing cough, sore lungs, and all (.Sections
of that kind. Cubeb Caugh Cure is the
'The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
WAN TED-OIL AGENT. A GOOD REI.lA
ble and energetic man to reprtfent as In the
sale of our oils, ureases, etc, on gocd commission.
Also a few travelling salesmen to carry our ram-
pies as a e:ae line, rue case is snuii ami can oe
carried tn the pocket. Address wite reference.
J. K. Timmins & Co., Clere'and, Ohio.
S Swiff's Specific S
SA Tested Remedy S
For All g
I Blosd and Skin
s Diseases s
A reliaLls cure for Contagious
Blood Poison, Inherited Scro
fula and Skin Cancer.
As a tonic fez delicate Women
and Children it has no equal.
Bcins purely vegetable, is harm
less in its effects.
A treatise on Elond and Mcln Dis
eases mailed khek on application.
ltruffffiats S 11 It.
SWSFT SPECIFIC CO.,
Drawer 5, Atlanta, Ca.
To call your attention to a few facts :
Your eyesight Is priceless the eyes need good
care; improper spectacles are uiur.ons. you
should tot trust your evesieht to irr?pons.e
peddlers of cheap spectacles.
H D. FOLSOM
Is a Practical Optician, arid will take pair. to
properly fit yonr eyes for every defect of vision
and will guarantee a perfect fit in every case.
MM MM to mimM . ,i,mh ao .1,. mbmi tm
1615 and 1617 Second Avenua.
New styles of
Sheets and Pillow Cases,
Beady Made 1
We will Bell you this week
ready made sheets and pil
low cases for about what
tha bare material costs you.
Peppeiel Bleached Sheets
81x90, 9-4, 63c each.
Fj uit of Loom bleached sheets.
81x90, 8-4, 67c each.
90x90, 10-4, 75c each.
Lockwood Bleached Sheets
81x90, 9-4, 58c each.
Fruit of Loom, 45x30, l!j
Fruit of Loom, 42x30, 18c:
Catt Iron, 45x36, 15c.
Notice the following pricea
Bed Comforts 65c eacb.
Grey Blankets, fair, $1.2 pr.
Towels, all linen, 4c eacb.
Crash 3Jc a yard.
Shaker flam els, good, 5c a yd
Cloaks, immense assortment
Lowest prices guaranteed
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
CLEMANN a SALZ
GREAT B AJtGAIN
D. ROY BOWLBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
1525 and 1527
124, 126 and 128
If the lint in this diamond fimiro do not
appear equally Mack in all the different
meridians, it indicates a defect cf 6ight
that causes nervous hsad-achc and ttouia
be corrected ut once. Eyes tested free.
H. O.'fOLSOM, ,
Jeweler and Optician.
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on han) the finest brands of don ef tic
and imported clears. Ail brands of tobacco
The score of a"l iiic ball games will be received
L. GLOCEHOFF, Prop.,
1S0S Second Avenue.
HOCKET 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
Set like those I have to show will be. Also those
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Every woman that keeps house wants one.
finish Fire Sets and Irons.
Stoves and Ranges
are theleadeis made in Illinois for our soft coal and vflw or
guaranteed. These are all good things to buy at Christmas or
any other time. Come in and see how much I have to show yon
that 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 buvine Boys' Clothing make an effort to get good goods not cheap, shoddy 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
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 exceeding
choice, perfect-fitting and superior made and trimmed line of
as at present. An exceptionally choice line of novelties, positively a tiandsomer and larger line than ever at
correct prices, in fact better made, better trimmed and better fitting goods at lower price than you vvoiiM
have to pay for infearior goods elsewhere.
Comparison is convincing. May we have an opportunity of satisfying you its to the truthfulness of the
Headquarter for Boys' and Children's Wearing Apparel.