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THE AKGUS, THURSDAYS StfPTEMHEH 14, 18JK5.
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Xicelavjre salt mackcral at Pamir's.
Poaches by the basket at Passig:'.
Capo Qnil cranberries at W. A.
Pressed spring chickens at II.
J. W. Day is in Now York on a
Gilpin Moore went up to Chicago
at noon touay.
Bartlctt pears in anv quantity at
W. A. Ehlcl.-s.
Sweet potatoes ami niee cooking
apples at Hess Bros .
Teaches by the half bushel or small
basket at Hess Bros'.
Blown whisky glasses very cheap
at uoosiey s old stand.
Nee Dolly Bros', ladies' Philadel
phia toe shoes at iJl.S.j.
Jclley glasses, lt)e per dozen, at
the Loosley crockery store.
Quick sales move the crockery
stock at tlie I.oosley old stand.
The finc-t line of men's Cordovan
shoes in the city at Holly Bro'.
The board of supervisors tinislied
its labors at noon and adjourned.
Plenty of fresh oysters at II.
Schroeder's market. Telephone 1114.
Niagara white jjrajvs. California
pears and peaches at W. A. Klileb's.
California, pears, peaches. ross
plums, white Niagara grapes at Pa
ig"s. Maggie Eckhait left for
Camanche. Iowa, today for a '-w eeks'
Jersey sweet potatoes, choice egg
.Hunts and Hubbard snitash at W.
r,u ,v o .
Jcrr-y sweet ))otatoes, si;ia.h and
:t full line of fresh vegetable :.t AY
Mi-s Kther Bosentielcl returned
this morning from an extensive visit
to St. Paul. '
Buy your crockery now at the
bankrupt c rvvkery sale, at ltlo'.t ee
For Sale A line driving ponv.
well broke and perfectly safe lor
lady to drive.
Albert Hug. a niolder. an :nniate
of St. Anthonv's hospital." died to
day of typhoid fever.
John Bruit n is the proud father of
a 12-pound girl. The little stranger
arrived yesterday afternoon.
Cotton top leather t lifted mat
tresses ;. at J. V. Jones' second
ian 1 store, lfc2 second avenue.
Henry N. Syntatt. a C.erman aged
"3 ars, committed suicide in Dav
enport las; evening bv hanging him
self. " "
3rr. and Mr.-. Charles Zeis have
welcomed a daughter into their home,
and Martin Weinberger" is a hannv
All kinds of bicycle repairing done
at Walker's pla'ee, 115 Sixteenth
street, Moline. Remember the num
ber. Telephone -.'(WO.
'VX . II. Stackhouse, of Davenport,
has been appointed internal revenue
collector for the southern Iowa dis
'rict at a salary of $:.iHi) per annum.
On S. pt,. 19 aIi the fare will be
reduced to Chicago, it being Iowa
week :U the. fair the fare tor the
Ton i id trip will be .o-j, good foi one
'I lie Uock Island gun club has),. en
organized with a membership of 40.
ami with John Uu.ss a president. A.
Lifka. -ecretary. and William Schti
A new time table will go into ef
iect on the lln.-k Island and Moline
lines of the Davenport & Bock Isl
and railway company tomorrow
morning. It is in the interest of re
trenchment, and thereafter the last
through ear on the red line will
leave the lower end an hour earlier
than now, at 9.45 p. m. The last
blue car will leave the west terminus
at 10.15 p. m. The 7-minute cars
will be cut out early in the morning
and late at night. " P
Miles Cornish, who claims to have
neon resident of Milan for a long
Liirif. bnt for the past month in
Mnseutii.e, sas sent by the Muscatine
authoritic s i ;,,ck Island tlav and
he w.vs in a veiy bad condition. He
said that In; had had stomach trouble
ami it had -ttled in his back, and
he was hardly abb; to walk. lie
wanted to go to the county poor
farm. The police were notiifed. but
iicfofe anyone got up there it was
found he had boarded a street ear
and come down town with the iti
1cnt ion of going to Milan.
S '.v interest seems to hae been
taken in tdn Columbian project, and
while there is a strong prevailing
,..., i :.. . i t.i .
on I - -si, in ijtai nit- iiiy suuuiii seeu
to reserve a park tract in the grounds,
"here are others who believe the
trustees and ot hers identified with the
pro ject, should hold on to the ground
and carry out the original plan next
summer by forming a company to
complete tiie track and put up build
ings for a fa.:r. and exposition. It
may be thai the gentlemen xvho have
carried the matter this long may not
feel like holding onto it longer, but
poruaps they will. At all events the
matter will "come out all right event
ually, as Tm: Amu s has always
maintained, despite obstacles that
have Wen Thrown in the way of
ihose who have carried it along" and
are staying with it.
Albert Mack, the colored evange
list who exerted his spiritual inlltl
euee over the Union the other night
to tho extent of having a ut of
himself publishod in its columns
yesterday morning with the best en
dorsement the paper could give,
called at The Auiiis oflice this morn
ing to tell how h s did it, and also to
relate something of his own life.
Mack says his position is that of king
of the Fred Doug as Y. M. L. A., and
that he was formerly employed by
the colored branch of the Y. M. C. A.",
but that he was rot treated right in
that work and quit it. The Y. M. C.
A. publications, however, tell a dif
ferent story of Mr. Mack, and pro
claim him as a hi mbug, or words to
that effect. Nevertheless, Mack will
open his Salvatio l work in Kock Isl
and at the Second Baptist church to
night, taking for his discourse the
somewhat striking topic, "The
At the residence of the bride's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. I. II. Sears
on Bridge avenue, in Davenport.
George II. M u phy. of Kock
Island and Miss Bertha Sears, rui
Davenport. weie married last
evening by Rev. W. S. Marquis,
of the Broadway Presbyterian church,
the Episcopal ritual being used, only
relatives and near friends of the con
tracting parties being present.
The groom is well known in this
city, being tir.ie-k eper for the Rock
Island Lumber co npany. The bride
is the daughter of Isaac 11. Sears,
president of the Scott County Sav
ings bank in Davenport. The" bouse
was beautifully decorated. They
will make their home in. Davenport
with the bride's pirents.
At the residence of Mrs. A. C.
Craudall. llol "Ninth avenue, last
evening. Rev. T. Y. Grafton united
in marriage John Heuring and Miss
Maude Crandall. The attendants
were Janu s Kckhart and Miss Flora
The C, B. & Q. freight house in
Davenport was burglarized last
night, and about $50 worth of mer
chandise consigned to Davenport
Olhecr Ktzel this morning took in
Matthias Matthes. a former Rock Isl
and tailor, w ho. w hile in a totally de
moralized ccnditio.i from intoxication
was making an exhibition of him
self about town. He had considera
ble more money th in sense, and w as
locked uptj sleep ift his tangle-foot,
am! ponder over the shortcomings
that human flesh is heir to.
River I iplctn.
The Bella Mae irought down lti
strings of logs.
The Reimle-.r ( ame down with
eight strings of lumber.
The Irene D., Pilot ami Verne
Swain came down, and then went
The temperature on the Rock Isl
and bridge at noon was SS; the stage
of water was l.On.
Coming ltai k t. Hook llnml.
It is understood hat IJ. J. Low rev
and family, of Chicago, are to move
back to Rock Island to spend the
Hon. Ben T. Cab e and family w ill
soon return to Rock Island, ami take
up their residence in the family
mansion on Moline avenue.
A Modern 1 ochinvar.
A story of tho bold spiriting away of a
yonng woman comes from Dillon, Mon.,
and reads as follows:
'-La.st Sunday, whi e Miss Fannie Jag
gcTS was returning to her fathers honso
on Horse Trairio in c mipany with James
Lee, they were met 1 y Bill Wells", a for
mer admirer of the y mng lady and re
puted to ho u very to igh citizen. Wells
drew his pistol and ordered Lee to rido
on ahead, ne then tied the girl's bridle
rein to the pomuiel of his own saddle, and
in that fashion they s arted for the Idaho
line. After poing about 20 miles Wells
told Lee he might go home, which that
man did. Wells wei t on to Idaho with
A Qamlter In West minster Abbey.
An extraordinary seene took place dur
ing the afternoon service in Westminster
abbey yesterday. Si.muel Fox, a Quak
er, who is well known to the attendants
for his persistent efl orts to remain cov
ered during divine services, declining to
remove his hat, was after a violent
struggle forcibly ejected. It required
the efforts of four of the vergers to re
move him from the building. Fox is
well known in Oxford, where he has ad
dressed several meetings on the subject.
Alverti-'d l ist No.
List of lottvr nnrailed tor lit tin; pus-tnflici: at
Uock I?1h!h1, li! Sept n. jMia:
Ili't-rs. I. .1 I uinjlir y. t'lmrlra M
llynie. Prank ii-hhii. ('
( iijileiiian. I. (' 1 axwuil, I A r iro
Knnuaii, Wi Ham .lolin .Maxwell
Flora .li'S-e YPIiL'un J'liil
Fiark Cliailcv iller, Mrp
Harris. ; T l inn., .1 is
lliir.l. Ilellf- 'M:x MMifi, ir
Hamilton. T tl hnvr. Wm
lliriclii'iifcid, A S itert, Ainumla K
l:i)iiii'. (..iace Airs T iomiiroii, N K
Ti ui-H-1 o, ltaac
511-l KI.I.A sioes.
Wjtoii. liertha S S -i. M
l'ri-vos, Julia Hcud', T .1 D
To icsttre prompt rtulhery. lotteru Miould tie
ail :rrea to etreet and nunhcr.
John W. Totter. Postmaster.
The AVeuther Forecast
For the next 24 hours: Generally
fair: slightly cooler: westerly winds.
Washihotok, bept. 1-. The following' (ire
the weather indication 'or twenty-fonr boars
(mm H p. m. yesterday : For Indiana and
Illinois Generally fair, warmer weather,
threatening Beveor thun lemtorms in southern
Illinois. For Michigan and Wisconsin Show
ore; southeasterly toeafterly winds; slightly
cooler in postern Wi-eonsln. For Iowa
Threatening weailier; jvere sthundemtorma
in extreme eastern portion: sligliUy coole r ;
winds beeominc south w ssterlv.
You enn'talTord to laugh, dear girls,
Unless your teeth are as white as
Unless your mouth fs pink and sweet.
And your two lips i i rosebuds meet;
And you cannot supply this want,
But through the use of Sozodont!
A l ast Traveler.
A letter mailed in London April 7
and lemailed in Hong-Kong made a cir
cuit of the world in the fast time of 62
day?. Both Xellio Bly and Julea Verne
might envy the performance of this
muta globe trotter.
J E. Montrose, Manner.
Take Me in When it Rains!
Friday Night, Sept. 15th.
A company and comedy
That towers above the m all .
S. R. 0. EVERYWHERE!
Remember tin; I ittl? Xiie::it yuartilwill sing
tome of thcmot popular eor.jrs of the day,
uUo introdiieln: tlio only rival of
Lotla and Ma'iCi Mitchell,
MISS GRACE CUMMIXGS.
So!iSS,ranri , ratlios. Wit.
rriee-iV, 5"'c and 7."c feats now on alc at
Harper house l'barniaey, Wednesday, Sepl. i;Jth.
Rurtis Opera House,
Nil wn ay ;fpt 17 i
I and Mgln
REEVES PALMER S
Ttc Gre-tci-t llicli Cla Specialty Corcpany on
tlie Koad, Inclndinj;
RRESS ELDRIIXiE. 4
C'ommacderin-fh'ef of the Army
Mildred. Kouclcre. Brnmmond ,t Staley. Murphy
Jfc Jlacli, The Iirotlers La rtone.
Prof. Abt, Mary Stuart.
The Three Semour. the Four Frcnrh innd
rllle Paneei. Willis li.-eor.erie. Vane. Caprice,
and Madelou. Node KniuMaiul and Oilier Slur
I sum Prices.
J- E- Montrose. Manager
Great Sale of
for the next TEN .DAYS at very
low prices. Call and see them.
FMOilTli GAS STOVES.
all sizes. For economy and labor-saving
there is no fuel to
equal a Gas stove.
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Ice Cream Freezers.
1615 and 1617 Second Avt-nue.
Saturday Evening, Sept. 16.
6W llAKKV J. ( I.A1-1IAM
All V nlted in an Entirely New Program
Eleven zrvtt Comoilian, Lew D'Vktcadcr, Frank
Dumont.Gen. Powers. Blocksom A Rums.
John . Harrington. Pare Foy. Synlllnd,
Uughes X hastns, Mcmpiiis Kennedy.
8-SOLO VOCALISTS 8
Frank Damont' Latest Skit,
Chicago Worhl's Fair Conifort?.'"
Seats on sale Sept. 14 at Harper llonne phar
macy. Prices Sic, Site. Tie and 51.
siiflerin from ailaunts pecular to their ?cx can
the rclialilc uterine corrective and to:Mc w ill per
manently relieve the worst cast , ll.iok triviae;
full particulars maiied free. Address: rtoom a
liitukcr Bioi t, Iiavenport.
Estate of Joseph Winter, Deceased.
The undersigned havine boon appointed ese
enrrix or the las: will and lestament of Jrnepli
Winter, late of the county of Kock Island, s ,,.
of Illinois, deceased, herehv pives notice tlia sh
will appear before the county court of Kock Island
county, at the office of tho clerk or said court, in
the city of Rock Island, at the December term on
the first Monday in December next, at which time
all persons having claims aeainst said estate are
notified and rcqru-.ti d to attend, for the purpose
of having the same adjusted, All persons ir
dahted to said estate arc requested to make iroi
mediate payment to the undersicned.
Dated this 13th day of September. A. TV MM.
MARIAN SFES. WINTER,
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & Martin
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
i :V ji , :
5 m '
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest hrands of domestic
and imported cigars. All brands f tobacco.
The score of all the ball games wi'l be received
L. OLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1S08 Second Avenue.
FKKSII AND FASHIONABLE
Choice of first importations are here
many in Dress Patterns one
of a kinil thus giving an in
iliviilttality to our store which
cannot he duplicated.
We mention here prices on some of
the new fahrics:
Hop Svckin;s in the new colorings,
splendid value, all wool,
FRESH AX I) FAsHI.)NA1;u
Hop Sackinus Twn t.,n-,i (.,r,...
Il I I HIVlTlll 1 i- a , . . . . . .
Whip Cmtu Sek;es -Etr;i v
And others too mi mr' u - ! . ,,.
at this time.
Bkaids--Lare a-iii'Uin nt i ;
in Hercules. erpei.t!n..
1709 and 1709 Second avniu.
TO ALL SHREWD BUYERS.
THE G. M. LOOSLEY STOCK
will be sold regardless of cost
or value at 1609 Second ave
nue. This great sale com
mences at 8 a. m. THURSDAY.
" In CROCKERY,
Umv and LAMPS.
This stock was bought at a bi sacrifice and you ehall
have the benefit of th low price if you buy quick.
FRANK G. YOUNG.
We UnderbuyUndersell Quick Sales.
Fifth Avenue Pharmaey.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic and Dispensing Plarncist
Is row located in his new building at the corner of Fifth aveuue
and Twentv.thinl street.
J. F. EoENriELD. To KatNHIL3
Plumbers, Steam,' Gas Fitters,
House Heating and Sanitary Plumbinjj.
223 Twentieth -:r.
We open t he season with
Elegant (ioods and
We arc prepare'! t
as wc have ahvavs
the riht th't..'
(One of th1 fir6t important lessons to Jearn about Boys' Cicthing ia that reliabie fabrics and good tailoring at fail
reasonable ttrices, are by far more satisfying to put chasers than are tlie many inferior grades at a lesa price.
m-M mm.it t im,w i iMwiwimCT
Try our Fence Climbers. Novelties for children.
Thoroughly lceritoiious knee and iong pante suits for boys of all ages, made to order, bearing oar label and
sold with cur guarantee, cost no more than ordinary ready made, yet, in style and service they are decidedly better.
Would you prefer superior merchandise sold truthfully or the inferior grades sold by sensational methods.
. The former are our chief inducements, the latter abound everywhere.
We ask nothing better than an honest test of our claims and if the beat ia good enough, then come and get it.
There is no room for improvement in the style, quality or price we are offering;
All new goods. Net an old slyle.
Largest Shoe and Clothing Stores in Rock Island County.
bUoe Store V04 Second avenue Clothing Store 1729 Second Avenue, 116-122 Eighteenth St.