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n CITY CHAT.
Cash girls wanted st McCabe Bros.'
Jack Frost U a regular morning visi
Adjourned city council meeting to-
Mclnti'-e Brot. special cloak sale.
Oct 13 Thursday.
Meyer Rosenfleld i taking in the sights
of the World's Fair city.
About half rates to Omaha today at
McHugh's ticket office.
Frank P. Harper, of Sioux City. Iowa,
is in the city visiting friends.
Millinery opening exhibit Tuesday and
Wednesday at McCabe Bros.'
Grand millinery opening at McCabe
Bros, on Tuesday and Wednesday.
For rent A flat of four rooms. Apply
t Cool's feed store. 123 Eighteenth street
T. C. Hendrickson. of St. Louis, is
visitiae for a few days with Rock Island
tlO first class to New York, a saving
of t?; all Ibis month at Hcliugh's ticket
J ward Gilbert one of the stanch dem
ocrats of Coe was In the city Saturday on
James Darnell has returned from la
dian Territory, wbexe be has been for
For some reason or other the Union
does not tike kindly to the nsme of "Bur
Lafayette Limb, the well known lum
berman -or Clinton, was in the city Sat
orday on business.
6 Lost A white and yellow pointer.
Finder return to 800 Twenty-first street
and receive reward.
Mrs. E. W. Battles and daughter Miss
".Emma left this morning for Springfield
on a few day's vsil.
Candidate Marsh has gone hence and
the republican "brethren again dwell in
quiet if not in peace.
Exact copies of the Parisian millinery
will be exhibited on Tuesday and Wed
nesday at McCabe Bros.'
Ira Karr, formerly of Cordova, now lo
cated at Brooklyn, Iowa, has been visit
ing old friends hereabouts.
Seorge Ren fro. who now resides in
Chicago, passed through the city Satur
day on his way to Kansas City.
French & Hall s men s hand welt
shoe in calf and cordovan, former price
5.50. now $4.75. at Carse & Co.' old
Miss Mary Marshall of Waterman, 111
is in the cit7 on a week's visit to her
brother Night Clerk Marshall of the Rock
The celebrated Wright & Peters and
Cloyes' & Stribley shoes ara all in
eluded in the great shoe sale at Carse &
Co.'s old stand.
Fed Hass returned this morning from
a business and pleasure trip to Denver,
Pike's Peak, Colorado Springs and other
points in the west.
Travel across Rock Island b idge Fri
day was as follows: Foot, north 565;
south. 592; total, 1.157. Teams, nortb.
837; south, 633; total. 1.870.
To thoroughly cmphasizj their bed
blanket and comfort sale. McC-tbe Bros,
are offering a number of special prices
this week which cannot be duplicated.
The reserve seat sale for the Ruaseli H.
Con well lecture at Harper's theatre Thurs
day night opens at the Harper House
pharmacy tomorrow morning at 7:30
Mclntire Bros, will have on display
Thursday, Oct. 13. the entire line of the
beat selling clonks of one of the largest
cloak houses in the United States. Your
opportunity to see and buy the best and
The funeral of the late Mrs. Catherine
Cary wili occur from St. Joseph's church
at 9 a. m. tomorrow, where a high mass
will be celetrted. T. F. dry trrived
from the west this af .ernoon to attend
ThoM bavins Invitations tn thai ban-1 A Thoughtful Parent
I V M. M . 1 1 t
quet and entertainment to br given by woman, aw ",Msre"
. r ... . .i. t i prepared for an emergency; he knows
Arsenal Council No. 171 of the National h(lf..hke thief in :ne night." Croup
Union, will remember that it occurs at or Whoopiac Couch may come upon his
the hall in the Arm or v building tomorrow child without warning. Can be afford t
Vicrht a fin ..rn.Tr.mmA h P. te witnout a remeoy ai nan.ir jaeo
ranged, which will be carried out.
Conductor J. C. Auld. the popular
knight of the ticket punch cf the R. I. &
P has returned from his 6tay at Hot
Spring, much improved in health, al
though a little und-.r weight. The only
thing Au'd admires in Arkansas, be avers,
is the political predilections of her people.
Harry M. Pettit, who is in the employ
of Frederick Rods the famous decorator
of New York City, is-at present in Roan
oke, Va., superintending the ornameuta
tion cf the handsome new Academy of
Muiic that is being built there. Harry is
fast coming to tbe front as an artist and
Tbe Twenty-eighth annual convention
of the nenry County Sabbath School as
eosiation will be held at Orion on Oct.
25 and 26. and the conference of the
Fourth District Illinois State Sunday
School association will be held there the
lame day. At the latter papers will be
reid by J. W. Welch and J. K. Groom
of this city.
Anthony Hill leaves in a day or two
for Chicago wbere be will enter the Chi
cago Ophthalmic College. He is already
a graduate of the Northwestern Universi
ty in pharmacy, but considers a course of
study in an optical institute as advan
taceoua and after its completion he will
perhaps lonate in business.
Sim Jones was picked up in a hilarious
state of intoxication by the polico on Sat
urday nihtand this morning Magistrate
Wivill fined him $3 and costs for tbe of-
Thomas McFarland was atriBted at tie
foot of Eighteenth street yes'ercay after
noon by Chief Miller for indecent expos
ure and taken before Magistrate Wivill:
who fined him $100, in default of which
he was committed to the county j til.
William Selman was before Magistrate
Wivill this morning charged with an
over indulgence in tbe flowing bowl, and
was assessed $3 and costs in consequence.
A warrant was sworn out by Fritz
Pni ip before Magistrate Wivill today
charging Jan.es Renfro with assault and
battery, and tbe case was to come up for
hearing late this afternoon.
There has been a lull in police busi
m 69 for some time, and tbe justice
courts are correspondingly qtr.et. Save
an occasional drunk, or an assault and
battery case there is nothing to mar the
quiet of the three temples of justice.
Cirds are out announcing the wedding
of Miss Mary Charlotte Vinton arid Henry
BuikharJ?, Jr., at the residence of the I
bride's father. Hon. George W. Vinton,
in Moiine. which occurs Tuesday even-1
iag, Oct. 18 a 7 o'c'ock. It will be
followed by a receptioc at 8 o'clock, .nd
Mr. and Mrs. Burkhardt will bt at heme
to their friends rfter Tuesday. Nov. 15,
at 265 Ashland Boulevard, Chicago .
Cough Cure is what he should have
hand; it is the one-minute remedy.
For the tickling in the thro, the hack
ing cough, sore lungs, in 1 all nfZcciion
of that kind, Cube C ugi Cure is tbe
Half Fare to See Western Lands.
. Liast chance this rear. 1 he third ana
last harvest excursion will be run to es
pecial territory Oklahoma and Indian
reservations and Texas.
The great Rock Island Route rurs into
and through these reservations, and is tbe
only road that touches these lands lately
put on the market
See band bills givinc pirticultrs. and
remember the date is Oct. 25. for Chica
go and points to and including MUsiss
ippi river, and one day la'er for Missouri
J no. obbasti ax. G T A .
-pan DAILY A KG I S DSLlyEKKD AT YOU i
a ooor every Great ng for l?Hc per week.
WANTED A GOOD GIRL FOR GF.NERAL
bonne work AcnlT mt Srlvan View. Mrs.
WANTED ) TEAMS TO WORK ON
IT nepin r inal ; three n-onttae' work : "tod wa?ca
Appir mm Horn mue wen or Milan.
K1 ANTED Earnest, intelligent Udv t estab-
IT liah a coo J payiuz baf'ners: one havine had
experience in a Kick r.om pre erred: call at suite
a, ncoauougu Dloct Davenport. Iowa,
A GENTS making J5 to $10 per day selling the
XX. lectncal W ender hoasi hold want, t0S B
street, Davenport, Iowa, recond lioor.
p. m. uccerai agent wanted.
room D, 2 to
I HI S offer agents bic money, in exclusive terri
I V tory : our new patent Safes se 1 at pi. ht in city
or country; new agents in toe field actually get
ting ncn; one ageut in oue day cleared fsti; so
cau jou; catalogue free. ALriaE Safs Co.. No.
83-571. Clark street, Cincinnati, O.
1 Nature should bo
li assisted to throw
j o CT impurities of til o
does it so vrcll, so
promptly, or so
safely as Swift's
LIFE JZAX) NO CHA.RMS.
For three years I was troubled with mala
rial poison, which caused my anpelite to f.-.i!,
and I was greatly reduced in flesh, d
lost all its charms. I tried rnercuriJ cr.d
potash remedies, bat to no effect. I coulu
get no relief. I then decided to try gjftli
A few boulcs of this wonderful tea-SlrT.
medicine made & complete and permanent
cure, and I now enjoy better health than ever.
J. A. Kice, Uttawa, Kan.
Our book on Blood and Skin Discco
Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, us.
Easily and Speedily Regained by uaiag
Philemon L Mitchell will entertain his i
friends next Mondiy evening.
Tbe Standard club gives an informal
dance at its rooar.s in the K rcll & Math
buildiag tomorrow evening.
Kellable Airent Wa-iited
To take charge of the Hock Island
branch of tbe Guaranty Savings ami
Loan association of Minneapolis. A
splcnditl opportunity for a liva insurance
man who may establish a permanent
position. Liberal contract to the right
man. Address w. Ha Johnson,
General Delivery, Davenport.
This genuine Turkish ilomeily positively cures
iservouanoss. aKeiumess. r.vii ireanis. iabbi-
tnda. Fain iu the Hack. Vilal i.ihauwtion, end
all diseases caused by Errors of Vonth or l.i
cesse. It is convenient to carry and easy to
nae. Iric 1.0 ) nwr box. or 6 for so.00. A writ
ten guarantee to cure, or money roiunded, given
wlin eacii orar. jr id? urupiriflt you ui
for Hazzarak s Turkish Pills ba not itoI thorn.
don't fct biin fool you with his oily tougoe and
sell you something else instead, but send yrioe
to us ana wo will jorvaru to you uy mn.ii, iu
rJaln. uniur.rked packa!o, W"e l?o treat pa
tients by mail. Address THE HAZZARAK
MED1CINK CO., 200 South Sangamon Street.
THE RIVERSIDE OAS
w 11 keep fire all night with sort coal;
will not gas or ems-ke; heavy s' el borl:
large ash i an Call and examine (bit
wocdetful stova eo!d by
New styles ot
Special Cloak Sale
Thursday of this week. Oct. 13
one of ttie largest cloak
manufacturers in the
United Stites will display
their ent're line in our cloak
department. Orders will be
taken and many garments
will be delivered at once
Lowest prices will be made
and it will be an opportun
ity that any lady expecting
to pcrcnase a cloak can not
.afford to jraes.
Thursday, Oct 13.
In the nvari tim) v,U)i u.
empbaeizd th fact that rur.
cloak department ii fjij
with the latest ar...l be t
madn jraTmenta for aM-g
Special Gala Cloak Day
Oct. 13, Thursday. 3
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
D. ROY BOOT'S.
1726 Second Ave.
1525 and 1527
124, 126 and 128
-Base Eall Headquarters.-
mil y a
Fits All tits stopped free by Dr.
Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. No fits
after (be first day's use. Marvelous
cures. Treatise and 92 trial bottle free to
fit cases. Send to Dr. Kline. 931 Arcb
street, Philadelphia, Pa. For sale by al!
druggists; call on yours.
. Insane t'ersont Kestorfd
Dr.EXmE 8 GitEAT
CWm fit JVPW ffjrlms r f- it t - .. . . r. a 'r
IRFALLIBLI if Ukra u directed. A f-'its nffer
rjtrrtaoy x e. 1 reatue .n.I J i trial lurttle Irre to
I r IX piucsx. x.tey paying express charges on box when
rerete4. &end names. P. O. an exprcw address of
I afflicted to IH.KLINH.011 At. h St..-hiladelria Pa.
bueUniCatUta. A If-A JCt Of IMlTATi.Vii ULAUDS.
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hanl t'.ie fine' h.-anils of don-eft"c
mid imporud cii'anj. A'l b anl of tobicco.
Tiie corc of a. '.nu hall games w ill be rxceivvd
L. QLOCSHOFF, Prop.,
1S0S Second Avenue.
OCKKT KNIVES and SGISSOR3 took the highest premium
for quality. If you want a good knife try one.
Om need not be told what a nice present an elegant Carvinr
Set like those I have to show w5!! be. Also those
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Every woman that keeps house wants one. Wrought Iron
niiisa run oecs ana irons.
Acorn Stoves and Ranges
ar the leadeis made in Illinois for our soft coal and every on-gaarant.-
ed. These are all good things to buy at Christmas 01
any other time. Come in ani Bee how much I have to showyoo
that is useful and novel in housekeeping good?.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock Tpiakd.
the la9t aad rites.
Io view of tbe great popularity of Sen
ator Mills and tbe fact that everybody
will desire to bear bim who can get into
the bouse. Manager Montrose baa can
celle J a theatrical engagement for Fri
d iy eyening and tbe famous Texan speaks
Among tbe list of grand and petit
United States jurors just drawn in the
Uoited States court at Peoria for the
October term which convenes on tbe 17
inst., are the names of R. D. Smith and
Samuel Goode. tbe former a grand and
the latter a petit juror.
A young man employed in a mercan
tile establishment in the city has unfor
tunate! gotten into serious trouble on
account of color blindless inability to
tell the firm's money from bis own. A
settlement has been made which will
probably end the difficult?.
"I have used Salvation Oil in my fanv-
ilv and find it to be splendid liniment.
Mrs. Ella Journey, 723 6th St.. Ports
Mrs. Dimock is now prepared to please
tbe most fastidious in millinery, having a
well selected stock and expert trimmers,
1703 Third avenue, Moiine.
NOT HOW CHEAP BUT HOW GOOD!
MntiMriotre niranlc V-si 11 Mr-inr Rz-vwc' llr It In IT mi V A on ffr.rf tc OVt OToH CTrrfc nnf "Viol r c trriAT CTiiff"
Shoddy gfoods are high at a low price; a good article at a low price is what you want, and that is just what the
Catarrh in the Head
Is undoubtedly a disease of the blood,
and as sucb only a reliable blood purifier
can effect a perfect cure. Hood's Sarsa-
pariila is tbe beat blood purifier, and it
has cured many severe cases of catarrh.
It gives an appetite and builds up the
Hood's Pills act especially upon tbe
liver, rousicg it from torpidity to its na
tural duties, cure constipation and assitat
Are now prepared to show you. We have always made it a special feature to carry good goods onlv. and
while we have been successful in this direction we have never been in a position to show such an exceedinev
choice, periect-litting and superior maae ana trimmed line ot
"Success depends upon the liberal pat
ronage of printing offices." Astor.
as at present. An exceptionally choice line of novelties, positively a handsomer and larger line than ever at
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correct prices, in iaci Deuer maue, uetier ininiiieu anu Dener lining gooas at lower price than you wouia
have to pay tor intearior gooas eisewnere.
Comparison is convincing. May we have an opportunity of satisfying you as to the truthfulness of the
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