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AHGUS, SATURDAY, - SEPTEMBERS, 181KJ.
16 shoes (3 M. & K.
School books at Taylor's.
. $3 for $6 quality M. & K.
School supplies at Taylor's.
Flour 85c a sack at Passig's.
Old books bought at Taylor's.
Free lunch at the Star tonight.
Lunch tonight at the Star saloon
Six bars Kirk's soap at Passig's for
Second-hand school books at Tay
Buy your school supplies at the
Read the Colombia change of ail
on this page.
Labor day picnic at Huber's gar-
(ireat bargains in knee pants, at
Simon & Mosenfelder s.
Iron clad stockings for bovs at
Simon & Moscnfelder's.
Window glass workers' picnic at
Hiiwt s garden Monday.
Buy yourself a fall style Duniap
hat at bloyd A: Stewart s.
Call at Passig's this evening and
get your California fruits.
You'll tind Simon Sc Mosenfelder
headquarters for boys' wear.
Mrs. Lieut. Sehon is convalescent
after an illness of three weeks.
Call at Passiji's this evening and
get a nice melon for tomorrow.
See our line of medium weight full
underwear at Lloyd & Stewart's.
Call and see the fall styles in the
Dunlap hat at Lloyd & Stewart's.
Wanted To rent four good rooms.
Inquire at Cool's feed store.
Miss Annie Kirkpatrick has re
turned from a visit to Peoria.
Attend the window glass workers'
picnic at Huber's garden Monday.
New and second-hand school books
save money by getting at Taylor's.
Any style, size or width take
your "pick ladies' $3 M. & K. Tues
day. School supply sale next wetk at
the Columbia. Bead big ad. on this
Messrs. J. (5. Brittain and Louis
Hartman, of Andalusia, were in the
Corry, ' the missing plumber of
Davenport, has been heard from at
La Crosse, Wis.
Mr. and Mrs. George Savadge wel
comed an 11 pound boy into their
home last evening.
Call early Monday and take your
choice of our $6 shoes at $3 sale
opens Tuesday M. &. K.
Mrs A. L, Harrison of Memphis
Tenn. arrived last evening on a visit
to her mother Mrs O'Leary.
Fall waists Mothers Friend in
percale, tricot and flannel from 2oe
up at Simon & Moscnfelder's.
You know the hickory suit. It
never rips. Its evtrlasting. For
sale at Simon & Moscnfelder's.
Rev. J. II. Kerr aud sou returned
last evening from their months' visit
to Mr. Kerr's old home in Pennsylva
nia Your pick out of the finest ladies'
shoes in the store, including $6 qual
ity, at $3 sale opens Tuesday M.
J. A. Bronson and Miss Ella Mc
Namara. of Wyoming, Iowa, is visit
ing at the residence of Mrs. B. Bre
heny. Remember you are inTited to at
tend the dance at Nowack's Garden
tonight corner Forth avenue and
Boys combination suits, (two
pants) made of everlasting material.
Sizes 4 to 14, price $5, at Simon &
Ex-Congressman J. J. Seerlev, of
Burlington, and David Avers of Keo
kuk, two prominent Iowa democrats,
are m the city today.
The Salvation army boat excursion
will occur cn Monday, the Charlette
Boeckler leaving Kock Island at 9
o clock, returning at 10 p. m.
Ladies' shoes only one pair to a
customer for a few days only
pens Tuesday, lour choice, ladies
for 3. Don't miss it M. & K.
Hickory Miits come from size 4 to
14, every suit waranted not to rip
and to give excellent satisfaction
For sale at Simon & Moscnfelder's.
The $3 choice of shoes is for la
dies'rshoes only none before Tues
day you can make vour selection
Monday and get them later M. & K
The greatest shoe sale on record
opens at the M. & K. Tuesday make
your selections Monday morning
none to leave the store before Tues
School bells will soon be ringing
take the boys to Simon & Moscn
felder's and show them the many im
provements in bovs' clothes. Fall
styles all in.
Previous to the arrival of their fall
stock, M. & K. have inaugurated the
greatest shoe sale on record ladies
choice $3 but one pair to a custom
er none before Tuesday.
Cable has a newspaper in the title
of the Cable Courier, which made its
first appearance yesterday, under
the proprietorship of Seymour &
.uaruu. ii win ue pu uiieiieu weeKiy.
Young men's meeting at the Y. M
C. A. at 3:30 p. m. tomorrow instead
of 4 o'clock. G. M. Loosley will ad-
drcs? the meeting. Special solo
sing' g. All young men are in
Vr - ' Mrs.
o ieyU'ls, wo it.cui.iy oe
came the parents of triplets,
hare lost the two sons, ana the
little girl is not expected to live
Change of diet is the cause attrib
was in Rock Island today with a jug
containing a sample of mineral wa
ter taken from a spring on his farm.
which h: took to Davenport for
The ne'v sweeper was out on Sec
ond avenue tins afternoon. It seems
to do its vork well, but should be
operated :ii night instead of the day
time owing to the dust it creates
which is i. very oojeetional feature.
Contractor John Killeen suffered
heavy Iocs Thursday. While run
ning a winning race at Tipton the 6-vear-old
stallion Duke of Sonora, one
of the mot valuable racing stallions
in the west, broke his left fore-leg
above the fetlock joint.
Vany in Rock Island will regret to
hear that Rev. Father Flanigan, for
merly of this city, met with an acci
dent at his new home at Flanigan,
111., the other day, being thrown
from a bugy, sustaining a painful
fracture of his right limb.
A crew of men have been started at
the undertaking of completing the
work of strjngthening the lower deck
of Rock Island bridge commenced
last winter and deferred at the time.
The false work is now being con
structed for repacking the lower
The vest-v of Trinity church at
its meeting last evening determined
to make an effort to raise sf250 by
subscription in the parish, to meet
the paving sssessment on Fourth ave
nue which the chapel is obliged to
pay, and Judge Adams and George
Bennett were appointed a committee
for that purpose.
Work, such as it is, has been be
gun on the Twentieth street pave
ment, soutt ot isinth avenue. A
couple of losds of curbing have been
dumped at the intersection indicated,
and it is to be hoped that'activities
win begin Hiortly, although it is
hardly probf ble that any paving will
be done this year. But" there is a
heap of grad ng to do.
Loral M orld's Fair Visitor.
Ed Jens le t for Chicago today.
Albert Dauber left yesterday for
Andy Coleman went up to the fair
Dan Kellv returned last evening
from the fair.
Bert Sterl ng returned from the
fair last evening.
John Burns loft this morning for
Chicago ana ilio fair.
Lothar Harms returned last even
ing from Chii-ago and the fair.
Mrs. C. C. Tavlor and daughter.
Mabel, went up to the fair this morn
James Laniont will return this
evening from a week's sight seeing at
Dan C. Strecker leaves tonight to
take in the sights at the World's fair
for a week or 10 da vs.
Mr. and Mrs. Charks ' Fiebig and
daughter. Miss Emmy, leave Mon
day morning :or Chicago.
F. J. Banil art, the popular tele
graph operator, went to Chicago last
evening to attend the fair.
George Reis, Conrad Kurtz and
Charles Hans.en constituted a trio,
which left tod iv for the fair.
Thomas Bot es, Willard Parmenter,
John Titterinj. ton. Adolph Chavelier,
s. uoberts, i harles Duniap, lrank
Woods, A. F. Young, Charles Rob
erts. William Robison, William
Wenks and Charles Wenks, all from
the lower end of the county, com
posed a party that went to Chicago
Rock Islam. Sept. 2 Editor Ak-
Gis: .Will yon allow us to address
the Tri-City Labor congress, Indus
trial home, organized labor and the
public in general, and warn them
that the affair advertised as the glass
workers', or tinkers', picnic has no
connection whatever with the win
dow glass workers as a body or
organization. We denounce "it as
unworthy of tl e support or patron
age of any .aborer or mechanic
whether union or not. This money
making scheme is gotten up by just
four people, who lay great stress on
the fact that they are glass workers.
They said the article published in the
Union some time ago was a mistake
and would be c rrected. It has not
If every wim ow worker in the city
was interested .n this affair, it would
be out of placa on that , day. It is
an injustice to labor's cause, it
does not bear the endorsement of the
w indow glass wbrkers, and should be
denounced by all labor organizations
and avoided by union men as far as
possible. ' . Worker.
This morning as Mrs. Mary Littig
and son, Walter, who were visiting
in the country, were being taken to
Buffalo in a wi gon to catch a train
for Rock Island, Mrs. Littig raised
her umbrella and the horses took
fright aud thrcv the occupants out,
Mrs. Littig falling on her right side,
injuring her back severely and
bruising her fac? considerably, while
Walter received severe bruises about
the face. Mrs. Littig came on to
Rock Island and was taken from the
depot to her home in a carriage. The
extent, of her injuries is not yet
known,' but may be serious, as she
complained of severe pain in her
i.-- ibeatuer Forecast.
Irair weather today and Sunday,
warmer Sunday; southerly winds to
day and tomorrow.
AFTER THE PENNIES.
An Attempt to Rob m Street Machine
"Some men would steal pennies
from dead men's eyes, others any
thing they can carry," so 'tis said,
but last night brought a combination
of both with the exception of the
dead man. At about 1 o'clock Night
Clerk Brough, of the Harper house
detected two men attempting to
wrench the cash box of the penny-
ln-the-slot machine in front of the
Harper house pharmacy, from its
fastenings, and accordingly notified
the police. Officers Ryan and Hay
man responded to the call, and the
two fellows seeing the oflieers ap
proach, took to their heels and a live'
ly sprint was indulged in, even to the
tiring of the gun. The officers pur.
- .t 1 . 1
sueu tne men, ami wnue one ot them
darted into a hallway on Second ave
nue between Eighteenth and Nine
streets, the other kept on and turned
the corner of Eighteenth street with
the officers in his wake, and ran
north. Then it was that Officer Rv
an called a stentorian "Halt," but the
sprinter wouldn't stop. Officer Ry
an then tired two shots, the second of
which drew from the man an ominous
howl, but still he kept cn and dis
tanced his pursuers and got away.
The other fellow ran east on Second
avenue ami soon was lost sight of.
The officers were somewhat impeded
of course, by their overcoats.
Change In Heats.
Chief Sexton today issued an or
der changing the beats of the police.
Hereafter the beats are as follows:
Day Patrol East end beat. Officer
Brennan; center beat, Officer Etzel:
station. Officer Crompton.
.Mgnt ratrol Kast end beat,. Offi
cer Hayman; Twentieth to Twenty-
lourtn streets, umcer Maucker; cen
ter beat. Officer Ryan; Tenth to Six
teenth streets, Officer Mulqueen:
First to Tenth streets. Officer Ohl-
Alex Lavos the representative of
the Hungarian government who was
mentioned in yesterday's Attars as
being at the Harper, enjoys the offi
cial distinction of being technical
counsellor to the Royal 'Hungarian
government, with residence at Rude
fest. He is here, as have been the
representatives of the French and
German governments spoken of ut the
lime oi ineir respective visits to
look into the American system of
waterway improvements, and to that
end came to Rock Island and hunted
Maj. Mackenzie. Accompanied bv
lfl fw . . .
ii. ioe, oi .iaj. .-Mackenzie s corps,
he went up over the rapids yester
day afternoon and. today lie is'out at
the Hennepin canal.
t apt. . II. Marshall accompanied
by J. J. Walker of Nashville, is pay
ingan official visit to the canal today.
Went to the Wall.
Last evening at 6:30 Deputy Sheriff
T. S. Silvis closed the grocery store
of J. 1). Souder & Sons. 1103 Third
avenue, on an execution of Honrv
Dart's Sons for S32. The sheriff
also finds that there are are manv
more creditors, among them being
insgen & Trucs
and several in
Louis Weckel and H
dale, of Rock Island
There is much regret felt over the
misfortune which has overtaken this
firm, which has been in Rock Island
but a few years.
Mile Track Trains.
Sept. 4, 5 and 6, the C, R. I. & P.
railway will run a special train to the
mile track at Davenport, leaving
Rock Island (Moline avenue ' depot)
daily at 1:45 p. m. Fare for the
round trip, 35 cents. Admission
tickets 50 cents, on sale at the C, R.
I. & P. ticket office.
Monday will be Labor day. The
occasion will be generally observed,
the tri-city demonstration occurring
The Grocers' Mutual Protective as
sociation at its meeting last evening,
decided that the stores of members
close at noon on Labor day for the re
mainder of the day.
. In honor of, Labor day, Monday
the postoflice will close at 9 a. m. for
the day, While the banks and all city
and county offices will ohserve the
customs of other holidays.
Corner Stone l aying.
The corner stone of thenew M. E.
church now being erected in Milan
will be laid on Saturday afternoon,
Sept., 9th, at 3 o'clock. Presiding
Elder M. A. Head, of Rock Island,
w ill officiate, being assisted by the
pastor, Rev. E. II. Alford. Revs. J.
S. dimming, F. W. Merrell, J. W.
Edwards, W. R. Carr and others
have been invited to participate in
the corner stone laying. The quar
terly conference of the M. E. church
will be held at the close of the extr-
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For this Week.
LADIES' SILK WAISTS Your
choice of any Silk Waist in' the
house, have been f 4.98 to 16.75,
. A. Ii. KncMuipment
Will be held at Indianapolis Sept.
4. 1893. and to accommodate persons
expecting to attend the same, the
Rock Island & Peoria railway will
make a rate of $9.60 for the round
trip from Rock Island.
Through cars will he run to In
dianapolis on dates to be announced
later. Further information can be
R. Stockhoi se, G. T. A.
F. II. Rockwell, Ticket Agent
Depot foot of Twentieth street.
Grand Army Kncampment.
The C, R. I. & P. railway will run
a through train to Indianapolis via
Chicago without change, carrying
the official party and department of
Iowa. 1 his train will pass through
Rock Island Sunday night, Sept. 3,
and the tri-city posts, (J. A. R.r
have arranged for special coach to be
attached at Davenport. Rate 110.62,
allowing stop over in Chicago within
SO day limit. Call at Rock Island
ticket office for full particulars.
Painters' I nlon No. 181.
All members of Painters' union
No. 181. are requested .to meet at
llilher s hall Monday morning, t'pt.
4, at 8 o'clock, to take part in the
Labor day exercises.
Clarence Mart, President.
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & Martin
LADIES' SATTEEN WAISTS And
all cotton waists at
20 per cent off.
CHALLIES 500 yards,
2 3 -4c.
LAWNS One case 30 in. wide,
Rnr fkio Mr
and all $1.00 i4i
These include iliv .
FIGUERED IXIha sih
been 50c to C'le. ,
VESTS Ladies' l:n,!,i v.
good as you M1:iI1 . "
DRESS GLGILMS-,;, ,
1709 and 1709 Second avJ
m Special sale on school supplies and specialties
10 Slate Pencils Ic
S flag Peocils jc
S Lead PejKiW C
3 Pen Holders ic
1 Boitle Irk 3C
1 Double Slate cortTcd 15c
1 Box White . rayon hc
1 Box. 5 Pieces Colored Crayon.... Is
J"0" Icvac'iand up
11 kTable 8 Be each and op
And many other items at correspoLdlng low
8-day Clock. Walnut op Oak Frame. 4 hour
strike and Cathedral Gong strike, only J4.35.
The Great one-half Prirc sale cf Lamp' Is
now on sSc and up to $10. The lirgest as
sortment ever shown
Feather dusters ioc each
Burnehine 4c per box
Machine oil 4c per bottle
W'P 10c each
lc earh and np, accordlns? to Mae. Loss than
half what others uk fori he same thing.
8 Qt tea pots
S Hi tea pots
4 0,t tea pots
7 inch pie pla es
5 Ot bowls
4 tt bowls
6 Qt bowls
TIN W A IiK.
Graduaud measure Ot cup..'."
t uuic ujuuk irups.....
Tin backets. 1 jt
Tin buckets, S n s
Tin backets, 3 yts....
2: mi. A
Table oil cloth !V-:r.
1 Qt tin coffee pot 1
8 Ot tin coffee nots ' !
3 jt tin coffee potj '..Z
The Spot Cash Department :c:
V YOIG, Proprietor.
1728 Second .lv.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic aifl Dispsins Pharmacist
Is row located in his new building at the corner of Fifth aveuue
and Twenty-third street.
J. F. BosvanixD.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitter-
House Heatinjj and Sanitary Plumbing. - - . 223 Twentieth sir
Ladies' Choice $3.00 in
cluding $6,000 quality.
Take your pick out tH
Finest Shoes niaik i
Including the $6.00 quality at
Lots of Narrow Widths from Triple
Ladies' Shoes only! But One pw.y
to a Customer, j
Previous to the arrival of our Fall Stock, which is now on the way, we shall give the Ladies a grand
treat. Your choice of the Finest Shoes in the Store at $1.W a pair, including $600 $5 00 and
$4.00 quality. LADIES' SHOES ONLY.
Sale opens Tuesday, for a few days only.
$6.00 Shoes for $5.00. Your choice, $2.00, any style, shape, size or width.
3XE- & IS..
Largest Shoe and Clothing Stores in Rock
Shoe Store 104 Second avenue Clothin 8tore 1729 8econd Avenue, 116-122 Eighteenth St.