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THE ABGUS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1893.
Siberian crabs, at Passig's.
Oysters and celery at Hess "Bros.
Stevenson club meeting tonight.
Choice California fruit, at Passig's.
(irapes by the basket at Hess Bros'.
Peaches by the basket, at Passig's.
Peaches by.. the basket at Hess
Chickens dressed to order at Hess
This weather should suit the most
Choice cooking and eating apples,
Don't forget the dance at Armory
hall Saturday, Sept. 30.
Postmaster Stoddard, of Edging
ton, was in the city todav.
For Rent Furnished rooms. Ap
ply at 1407 Second avenue.
; A MONSTER COMBINATION
i Incorporation of the Mississippi Lunilwr
t'ompt ny at Cliuton.
j Articles of incorporation of the
j Mississippi Lu nber company were
j filed with the recorder of Clinton
i county, Iowa.cn Monday. The in
I corporators ate: Chancy Lamb.
jArtemus Lam. LaFayette Lamb,
jV.J. Young, V. J. Young, Jr.,
! Courtland H. Y'ung. all of Clinton,
j The corporat on possesses all the
powers, rights and privileges, now
or that may htreafter be conferred
tv the law s"of the state of Iowa upon
corporations org anized for pecuniary
protit. The company intend to do a
general lumber manufacturing busi
ness, with ail the accessory details,
such as logging, rafting, towing,
booming logs. tc. The amount of
capital stock authorized is $1,500.
IOi'm, which is divided into lo.lMH)
Egg plant, cauliflower, lima beans shares of the pal value of $100 each
h. at Fassisr
ana liutinarii .jua
For Kent Two
rooms. Address T. H.. this office.
For Kent Fi ve-room house in good
repair. Apply at 1110 Third avenue.
The finest cranberries in the city,
three quarts for 25 cents, at Passig's.
Don't miss those snap in bedroom
suites at Huckstaedt's. Cash or
The stage of water at the govern
ment bridge at noon was 5. and the
' A. E. Porter has returned from a
2-weeks" visit to relatives in Monte
zuma and (Jrinnell.
Cauliflower, egg plant, summer
squash. Hubbard squa.-h and citron
melons :! Hess Itrns
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Heuing have llcrhorlt x.Xortn. W
.fr"m ?" N,nth :ivtn"' to William Sauntrv. Still
214 Thirteenth street.
the same to be paid in when the
shares are subscribed for and taken.
The life of the corporation is to cover
a period of L'O ears from Sept. i'3.
1893, and the- highest amount of in
debtedness on liability to which the
corporation is at any time to subject
ite":f is f 1,000,0(0.
Thr rirrtor ami Otttrer.
The atTairs of the corporation will
be conducted by i board of 15 direc
tors. The follow ing gentlemen will
cnnlitiitf the lnnril (f tl I ir -
W J. Young. V. J. Young. Jr.,
Courtland II. Young, Chancy Lamb,
! Artenius Lamb, LaFavettG Lamb,
Clinton; Frederick Weverhauser. St.
Paul, Minn.; Frederick'C. A. Denk
mann. Rock I -dam!. 111.; Wil
liam H. Laird. Mathew H. Norton,
Fred S. Bell,
inona. Minn. ;
The mercury has climbed down off, Wi
Roller t L. McCrmiek, Havward,
its perch and the individual without
an overcoat is back in the swim.
The citizens of South Heights are
about to petition the postmaster gen
eral to establish a postollice on the
Tomorrow e ening the Santa Maria
guild will give a sociable at the resi
dence of Mrs. C. C. Hodge, lloi'
Sheriff Matthews id (ialcsburg.was
in the city yesterday and made the
acquaintance of Sheriff (iordon and
other county officials.
If you contemplate going to house
keeping give us a fall. We can fur
nish your house complete, (i. U.
Huekstaedt. Cash or credit.
Don't miss looking at the nobby
steel ranges, cook stoves, hard and
soft coal heating stoves now on sale
at G. O. lluckstaedt's. Eay terms!
Get your tickets for the Boston
All American base ball game next
Wedesday. It will be the finest ex
hibition of ball playing ever seen in
Adjutant General Orendorf, of the
Illinois National Guard, has tele
graphed that he will be in Moline to
night to muster in a battalion of the
Looney & Kelly have been retained
as counsel by G urge Simmons of
Muscatine, who was arrested on sus
picion of committing highway rob
bery. Hi trial i-set for next Mon
day. W. O. Negus will leave for Chicago
on Friday ami will be accompanied
by Miss Grace Knowlton on her way
back to Washington. D. C where
she is no'.v making her home with an
Joseph Rreccheraiid wife, residing
at 312 Fourth avenue, are the proud
parents of twins, who arrived yester
day. It if a stand-off as to gender.
and Joe is setting up the cigars, two
at a time.
ii your are cross-eyed, ueal or
blind or have catarrh consult Drs,
Coffee & Waggoner at the Harper
house from Tuesday until Friday of
next week, Oct. 3d to Glh. They are
making wonderful cures at Kockford
Being desirous of closing out what
bicycles I now have on hand. I will
offer a few new anil second hand
wheels, at half price, t'a'1 and see
nie if you want a bicycle for le
money than vou can evr buy one
Charfes Mi Hugh s.
The officers named for the ensuing
President Fret erick Weyerhaeu
ser. St. Paul. Minn.
Vice President Artenius Lamb,
secretary and Treasurer Robert
L. McCorruick. II: vw ard. Wis.
A Spelling llee.
The Fpworth If ague of the M. E.
church is planning a great enter
tainment for Frid ty evening, Oct. fi,
when, in addition to their literary
anil musical program, a spelling
match will be the most pronounced
feature. The league is reported as
loing good work, and have extended
an invitation to the Moline league to
attend, which has been accepted.
Kullmont in Fat-tng.
Biil'iUioiit, Julias Junge's grev
gelding, seems to have struck his
gait down in Missouri.. He shoved
his nose under the wire first in three
straight heats at Kansas City yester
day, winning first money in a $700
purse. His time was 2:19: 2:18J and
A Drawlnc Card.
A novel feat are i f the M. E. church
services hereafter will be the intro
duction of cornet, violin and flute
music in the moru ng service. Two
cornets will be used and in the even
ing violins or flutes. The change
will probably take place next Sun
Thr M.tiihaltn Clula.
The entertainment given at the
Manhattan club rooms last evening
wa w-t! ittended. and showed many
points in the athletic lin. The en
tertainment wa opened by a3-round
go between ''Sawdust Bill'" and Sam
June, and but for Jones" iioe bleed
ing, it w.iuld have la-ted longer.
But Sam could not be persuade I to
don the gloves once he had theiiTtT.
The ri"t was a 4-roiind go be
tween "Sawdust Bill" and "Farmer"
Jones, one of Farmer" Burn's pu
pils. This was followed by a clever
exhibition of bag punching by Jack
Cowden. and was received with great
applause. "Fanner" Burn and
"Farmer"" Jones then wrestled three
bouts. Burns winning all three falls.
Although won by Burns, Jones made
a pood show ing." and gave signs of
being a very clever wrestler.
Shaugnessy, of Davenport, failing to
appear, the Cox brothers, Rob and
Tom. gave a good friendly 4-round
exhibition of the manly art. Alto
gether the entertainment was good
and wcil received by the audience.
Joseph Both well, living at 843
Twenty-second street, was stricken
with paralysis this morning. Dr.
Kinyon was called and is still work
ing with him, but the patient is re
ported as being yerv low.
?arrietk Women 10 Murder Theai.
AMSTERDAM, Sept. 27. Ilendric k De
jong, a Hollander, in J une last married in
England a young Eng ish girl named Sarah
Jewett, and they pasted their honeymoon
here. Soon Mrs. iH-joog disappeared. De
jong then married in August the pretty
daughter of a local in ikeeper, and she also
disappeared. The Ik dy of Dejong's Eng
lish wife La? been f juud iu Wolfbezen
wood, and Dejoug it Dot long for this
Will Run Again on Full Time.
Memphis, Sept. 7. A special to The
Commercial from Humbolt, Tenn., says:
The Southern Spoke company, the largest
factory of its kind in the country, which
shut down in July on account of the finan
cial depression, will resume operations
Oct. 1. Tbe plant will be run on full
"Soil;" Smith lut Go Back.
New Yoke, Sept. ST. Justice Bartlett,
of the supreme cour Brooklyn, decided
that "Solly" Smith, the pugilist arrested
at Coney Island af;er Lis fight with
Dixon, would have to go Imck to IndiaDa
to stand trial fur having violated the law
in that state by engHiugin a pri.e fight
in lioby with Unltin.
Will Oft llm l'uni .Imieiit Oiiirkly.
JlAi:i:isl;riio. I'a., ."ept. 27. Benjamin
Dannis, need 4U years-, bus lieeu arrested
f'jr outiiiging and mur icriug Agnes Coop-
right, aged 1S years, .ast week, lie lives
near Huniinelstown, w here t lie crime was
committed, lleadmiti bis cuilt. A Inrge
crowd followed him to the ju;i. 1 he court
is in session and he will lie "railroaded."
lie Wa in the Tweed King.
Nhv Voi;K, Sept. 7. Owen Murphy,
the foruier excise coi itnissioner who de
parted B"iiif years ago for Canada and re
turned about two years ago, is dead of
heart disease in this ci y. He was (-5 years
old. Murphy was in the Tweed ring. Hia
shortage was KKJ.OOO. He left for Canada
International Ojxter Congress.
New Haven, Conn., Sept. 27. Marshal
McDonald of the United States fish and
fishery commission is arranging for an in
ternational oyster cod areas to be held at
Chicago, Oct. 16. All persons in tbe
world interested in fish culture are invited.
m. Siumese C remony.
The rtfnoval of the topknot of a Sia
mem prince, which incicates that he has
reached manhood, is accompanied by im
posing ceremonies wiich last several
days. The governors of all the prov
inces are expected to be present with
gifts. PhiladlTihiaPt ess.
The many truthful testimonials in
behalf of Hood's Sarsaparilla prove
that Hood's cures, even when all
others fail. Try it cow.
TO STOP THR mOCRESS
you will find but
i icree s boiaen
' In advanced cases,
it brinps comfort
ami relief ; if you
too lone, i "is IIS
certainlv on re. It doesn't claim too much.
It won't make new luncs nothing can ;
bnt it will make diseased ones sonnd and
healthy, when everything else has failed.
Tbe scrofulous affects of the lungs that's
caused Consumption. hce every oiher form
of Scrofula, and cverv blood-taint and dis
order, yields to the ""Discovery." It is the
most effective blood -cleanser, strength-restorer,
and flesh-builder that's hnow-n to med
ical science. In alt Brr-n.-hin!. Throat
Long Affections, if it evor tails to benefit
or cure, you have your money back.
A perfect and permanent cure for tout
Catarrh or fViO in cash This is promised
by the proprietors of Dr. Sage"s Catarrh
J E. Montrose. Manntor.
FOUR XKJHTS. Commencing
Monday Night, Sept. 25th.
The Mascot Attraction.
HOLDKN'S Comedy Co.,
In a reptitoire or the latrot plars. Sons nd
Danocs WEDNESDAY the Great
Sensational Cometfy Drama,
The Captain in Petticoats.
N. B. Dont fail to hear Holden's Marcot'e
quartette in quartette inging. solos, duct, etc
Prices 10. SO and 30 cent.
J E- Montrose. Maraecr.
Saturday Evening. Sept. 30.
Now for a good Laugh!
Everything new and up to date.
All Now Songs.
All New Dances,
All New Specialties.
Th-Oriaitskl and OntjFOWLKR A WARM
IXGTOVSt OMED1AXS, in t:icir revised
and r contruccd version of the
play that hao made a 1
Skippedbythe Ligntof the Moon
Introdccitf; Rndd Ro, Eddie Sheju?. Ed
O'Connor. Littic fioldie. Llda Wei.. Mae
Wordcn. aai a brilliant anp-jK-rTiiig
New features ' Ve snccialtira! Now danrr
and a'J new music: The loudest laugh of tfcc
Price-35c, 50c and 75c.
J. E- Montrose, Manager.
Monday Night, Oct. 2nd.
ANDREWS'- OPERA COMPANY
La Mascotte !
Under the management of St. Paul LoJge
No. 107 K. ot r.
Reserved feats on sale at Harper Honse Phar
macy. Prices i", 35 and 50 cents
ftuCering from ailsents pecnlar to their sex can
' MOUNTAIN ROSE"'
the reliable uterine corrective and tonic will per
manently relieve the worst cases. Book giving
fnll particnlars mailed free. Address: Koom 15
Whilaaur Block, Davenport.
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Riverside Oaks, Riverside Ranges
Riverside Cooking Stoves.
tJarland Hard Coal Stoves.
The best tssor.raent of Stove in the city.
1615 ami 1S17 Mcrxnd -.
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New Scale Kimball,
Hallet & Davis.
Instrartents sold on eaey-
lime pa merits. Violins
and accordion at half
815 StcoDd Av
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brands of domestic
and imported clears. All brands f tobacco.
Tbe score of all the ball games wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1S08 Second A venae.
Special Good Values.
Heavy Rihlied Vests and Drawers,
Heavy Ribbed Vests and Drawers.
Egyptian yarn, the best you
ever hough t at the jriee.
(ients' Natural Wo.-,, usual 1.2o
quality, for this sale vest and
Special Good Values
CHILD'S urky .. v! v
VESTS. PANTALKTTM AM,
We think the al.we ..
values in children's
three cities and hela-xe v
When you call we wi:: t, .;; ,
our new Dress (i j,
Hosiery, etc., i t;-.
1 "70Q otnl T7.1Q1 3 -
law uuu a w UCIUIIU 2Vf I
Will be removed to the Columbia Store,
Where they will be sold at bankrupt prices
FPANK G. YOUNG.
We Underbuy Undersell Quick Sales.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic and Oispsii Pharmacist
Is row located in his new buildine at the corner of Fifth avcuut
and Twenty-third ftreet.
J. F. FotsriELO. Tcm Ko" v.r-r
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters,
House Heating and Sanitary Plumbing.
223 Twentieth :
We open the season with
Elegant Goods and
We are prepared
as we have a 'way:
the right '.i.i::
One of til1? first important lessons to learn alout Boys' Clothing is that reliable fabrics and good tailoring at fair
reasonable Drices, are by far more satisfying to purchasers than are the ttuuy inferior grades at a 1ps price.
Try our Fence Climbers. Novelties for children.
Thoroughly meritorious knee and Jon pants sni's for boys of all ages, made to order, b-aring oar label and
sold with our guarantee, cost no more than ordinary ready made, yet, ia style and Bervice 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 aek nothing better than an honeBt test of our claims and if the best is good enough, then come and get it.
There is ro loom for improvement in the style, quality or price we are offering;
All new goods. .Not an old elyle.
3XI. Sz IK.
Largest Shoe and Clothing Stores in Rock Island County.
Shoe Store 1504;Second avenTH Clothing Store 1729 Second Avenue, 116-122 Eighteenth St.