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THE AHGUS, SATUHDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 18)a.
Free lunch at Star saloon tonight.
Free lunch at Star saloon tonight.
Free lunch at fStar saloon tonight.
Attend the dance at Russ' hall to
night. Peaches at cost this evening at
Free lunch at Fred Holdorf's Niag
ara saloon tonight.
Gran I free lunch at F. Holdorf's on
Third avenue tonight.
Last call fancy Michigan peaches
this evening at Long't'. ,
Get a pair of Holly Bros", cork role
8hoe3 and have dry feet.
"Skipped by the Light of the Moon"
ftt Harper's theatre tonight.
Chicken chowder lunch at Joseph
Gntzwciler's tomorrow night.
Roast turkev and chicken lunch at
tliC Manhattan Saturday night.
Roast turkev and chicken lunch at
the Manhattan Saturday night.
Arthur P. Herbert, of Colcma,
Mexico, is in the city on a visit.
Spring chicken lunch at Jack Mar
tin's sample room Saturday night.
Do not fail to go to Harper's tnea
tre tonight ami see the funny play.
Last chance to' get fancy peaches
cheap at Long's from 7 to 10 p. m.
J. W. Brown and I'harles Wahl
strom left this morning for Savanna.
Just received a large shipment of
latest stvles in men's shoes at Dolly
See our regular space for some
thing that may interest you Huek
staedt. A big drive on carpets next week
at Huckstaedt's. Cash or credit.
Don't miss it. ,
Bishop Zer.letti. of St. (.'loud.
Minn., was the guest of Rev. Thomas
Go down to Joseph Gut.weiler's
tomorrow night and get a chicken
See Fowler & Warniington's com
edians skip by moonlight at the
The "Skipped by the Light of the
Moon" company came in today at
noon from the west.
Tuesday. Wednesday and Thurs
day are the days set for the fall open
ing of Blackburn & Co.
Toll Gate Keeper Sehleihruer's col
lections at Rock river bridges for
September were $442.60.
Stoves do yon want one? Any
kind? Go and see Huckstaedt's line.
Easy terms of payment.
Parlor suites. Do you want some
thing new and nobby? Prices low,
terms easy. Huckstaedt. .
Dick McMahon. formerly of Rock
Island, but now of Chicago, spent a
few hours in the eitv todav.
Ladies attend the grand fall
opening at Blackburn & Co's Tues
day, Wednesday and Thursday.
The A. r. A. paper published in
this city has changed its title from
the Tri-City to the American Blade.
All kinds of bicycle repairing done
at Walker's place. 4 IS Sixteenth
street. Moline. Remember the mi ni
cer. Telephone 2o;?t.
Martin Cdin. formerly with Mcln
tlre Bros., is in Rock Island and Dav
enport with his wife ami children.
He is shaking hands with old friends.
The combined milk men of Rock
Island have determined to raise the
edge on milk commencing tomorrow
morning from 5 to i) cents per (juart.
Rev. II. C. Marshall, who expected
to have spent tin: Sabbath at Aledo,
arrived home this morning and will
oc?upy his pulpit tomorrow as usual.
The Bostons and All-Americans
play at Twin-City ball park next
Wednesday, and a great game is ex
pected before a great crowd of peo
ple. William Emig, who is arranging to
open a tirst-class tailoring establish
ment at 1707 Second avenue, will be
in readiness to greet his friends in a
Have you seen the styles for this
winter? If not, be sure and attend
the fall and winter opening at Black
burn & Cos, I iicsttay. ednesday
Miss Grace KiiowTlon departed
vesterdav morning to resume her
-school studies at Washington, her
uncle, W. O. Negus, accompanying
her as far as Chicago.
Lotha Harnirf mourns the loss of
his inseparable outing companion,
his fishing pole and tackle valued at
sjl'O. which was stolen from him above
Moline yesterday while with a party
of friends putting in the day angling.
If vou are cross-eyed, deaf or
blind or have catarrh consult Dr
Coffee at the Harper house from
Tuesday until Friday of next week.
Oct. 3d to Cli. He is making won
derful cures at Rockford and Free
The news come from Mercy hospi
tal at Davenport this morning that
Leo Deisenroth, who was obliged to
have a leg amputated the first of the
week, is recovering nicely and much
more rapidly than the surgeons an-
Madame La Moss, of Boston, the
renowned clairvoyant, is located at
1918 Third avenue. She is noted for
her accurate and truthful reading of
the past, present and future. All in
terested will call ami consult her
Will remain but a week or 10 days
The routes of The Akoi s carriers
have been changed, the object of the
redisricting of the city being to in
sure better service in the delivery of
the panur. W hue a few complaints
mav result at the outset, we are con-
tident that -vhen fully inaugurated,
our patrons will appreciate the ad
vantages an icipated.
Crop Correspondent Campbell's re
port to the department of agriculture
for the moith of September places
the average yield of rye per acre at
15 bushels; he average quality 100;
the average yield of. oats per acre 25
bushels; the average quality 80; the
average quality of corn 80; the aver
age conditio l of potatoes 40.
The icasoi; that Bock Island is so
fortunate in securing through tho
Knights of Pythias the Andrews
Opera company for next Monday
night at siicl moderate prices is that
tMe company was booked for Canton,
111., w hose magnificent opera house
was recently destroyed by fire, and
the company is simply tilling in the
One of the Chicago papers contains
a ridiculous tale fioai Washington
relating to R.ck Island affairs, w hich
is so cxfifcp nted in its stntenieiit
and reflections that it is not worth
the space tin t it would take to re
publish it. The assumption tli.it
Senator Palm.u- and ex-Coiigressmaii
Rock Island interests is the most ab
surd part of i . If the Illinois sena
tor is engager in anv particular ef
fort on behalf of Rock Island, it is
not to be doubted he is moving with
the full cooperation of Mr. Cable.
Local WorlU'ft Fair Visitors.
George Pric has returned from the
Clans Frank returned this morn-
irg from the f:iir.
Aid. R. Kusehmann ami family have
returned from the World's fair.
D. H. Smith and wife leave for the
fair tomorrow for a week's visit.
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Bliss and Miss
Bliss left for ti e fair this morninjr.
F.mil Beck and wife will leave for
Chicago Monday morning for a week's
visit at the fail-.
T. C. Lewis, of Reynolds, was in
the eitv last evening on his wav to
the World's fa r.
J. K. Johnston left this morning
for Chicago to join Mrs. Johnston
lint spend 10 davs seeinjr the fair,
this being th.-ir second visit. Mr.
Johnston will also attend the Masonic
grand lodge meeting.
Major John L. Hayes was stationed in
Chicago as quartermaster last October
on the staff of General Nelson A. Miles.
He was in a rest lurant one night with a
party of mends one of whom became
involved in a quarrel with a 6tranger.
Major Hayes inerfered in the interest
of peace, and, I ke other peacemakers,
got the worst of it. He was knocked
senseless by a blow on the head with a
chair, became a maniac, was sent to be
treated in the military asylum at Elgin,
His., and was brought home to Allegha
ny, Ta., an epileptic. There he was
seized with as nuiny aa "100 convulsions
in a day." An operation has jnst been
performed on hiti in the Alleghany hos
pital by which a ortion of the sknll was
removed. A ec i us was found in the
brain and taken t nt, and speedy recovery
followed. Pittsl nrg Letter.
Breaking Down the Harriers.
Dr. Harriette O. McCalmont of Frank
lin, Pa., an accotiplished young lady of
independent fort me and a graduate of
the Pennsylvania Medical college of
Philadelphia, is f lling an appointment
as assistant phys.cian at the state hos
pital for insane at "Warren, Pa. Her
election to that position during the pres
ent year is an ii .novation on the past
policy of the hospital, which has met the
best expectation c f the trustees. Phila
A Waiip riatrue on the Rhine.
The farmers of Rhein-Hessen and the
lower Rhine are saffering like our own
people from a plaijue of wasps. These
insects swoop dew n in clouds upon the
fruit trees and play havoc with theprim
est fruit. Added to this swarms of spar
rows infest the fie' ds of wheat and oats,
creating much damage among the scanty
crops. London Daily News.
M o Ii a m lii e d m n
New York, Sej
the board of foreigr
news from Oruomli
tal murder of an.
that cilf, recently
of a nioli of Mohan
the victim ol the oi
Murder a Christian.
t. SO. The Rev. Dr.
recording secretary of
i missions, has received
b, 1'erhia, of the bru-
Armenian Christian in
murdered at the hands
int'daus. The name of
trage was Au:b Jon.
llolocuubt I i w Orleans.
New Ohleans, ;-h;H. 30. A blaze on
Camp street v-ultt d in the lore of about
fi,U)u worth of property uud lives.
The tire oiit;iiiatei in the niHttres fac
tory of W. 11. Fos or at No. 101 and 170
Camp street. The jroprietor was burned
to death uud ait-o u uiun named Noah
Mud a ution as It, nmiTs.
Sl'KNi.KlELD, Mo., Sept. 30. At a meet
ing of liie Urceiie County Baptist associa
tion, Kider J. M. Carter and the Ashgrove
liapiiat church wen expelled for heresy.
Carter held that the souls of the wicked
s.mply dissolved and that they met no fu
ture punishment, and a majority of his
congregation voted o sustain him.
A Governor Ji. stifles Lynching.
Charleston, Sept. 3o. Referring to a
recent lynching of a negro for murder
Governor Tillman says lynching is getting
too common, but nothing can be done un
til public opinion changes. The only
crime in which 1 nulling is justifiable ia
that of rape, says the governor.
The 'Weather AVe May Expect.
Washingtok. So jit. 3). The following are
the weather indicanoi s tor twenty-tour hours
from 1 p. m. yestercay: For Ioliana end
Illinois Lteht showers; southeasterly winds.
For Jlicliitjan Iacre vsed cloudiueid and
lUht showers this alternoon; southeasterly
winds. For Iowa and Wisconsin Showers;
The standard blood purilior,
strength builder and nerve helper is
Hoods harsaparula. Insist upon
Hood's, because Hood's cures.
A Big Catch of Fish.
Indian Harry Fisk, the boss of the
West Seattle Indians, and Steve Wilson,
another of the clan, have the best record
of the season among the fishermen.
Harry contracted with the Myers can
nery to supply 50,000 fish during the
season. He went down with his crew to
Mukilteo and Peterlike threw over his
nets. Thirty thousand salmon were the
fruits of the haul, and what to do with
all the load was a puzzler. The scow
would not hold them, and nearly half
had to be thrown overboard. Harry had
been getting on so well that the next
day he tried his lack again and was as
much astonished as before, for 20,000
again filled his seine. His contract with
the big cannery was filled, and Harry
and his crew were richer by the two
days' work by $750. Seattle Dispatch.
IT COVERS A GOOD DEAL OF CROUXD
Dr. fierce Golden
ed ical Discovery.
Ar.d when you hear
T.iai u, cures so many
disor., perha( you
tnink "it's too good
to be truo."
But it's only rea
sotirUe. As a Mxxl
n;ni tit iv i ipth -restorer,
oo very" is known to medical s;:.iice. The
diseases thnt it cures onme from a torpid
liver, or from inipm-n blood. For everything
of this nature, U .s the enly guaranteed
remedy. In l-ysv-riaa, Hilioiinness : all
Bronchial, Thmri :ml I.ung cfTec tiors; ev
ery form of Scntfi la. even Consumption (or
Lung-scrofula) in ,;.s earlier stap.. and in
the most stublio.:: and S;-alp Diseases
if it ever fails ti K-Jiefit or cure, you have
your money bark.
The worse your Catarrh, the more yon
need Dr. Sapes Caiarrh Remedy. Its
proprietors oili r l.i)!i rush fvr uc
Catarrh iu the Head which they cannot
J- E. Montrose. M neer
Saturday Evoicg. Sept. 30.
Now for a good Laugh!
Everything new and up to date
All New Songs.
All New Dances,
All New Specialties.
Th- Orleinal nd Only FOWLER A WARM
INUTON'o. OMED1AXS. In tlieir revised
and r con-tnic ed version f the
play that has nmde :l
Introduces Budd Ross, Edtic Shuvne. Ed
O'Connor, Lime floldie, Lida Wei "c Mae
Worden. unl a hrillhim snp
..c. icaiurep. rew specialties : jn.-w danct1
BTlri &H nitt' miluil- Thu lnnrl..uf 1.,....
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Prices -35c, 50c and Tic.
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
Monday Night, Oct. 2nd.
ANDREWS' OPERA COMPANY
La Mascotte !
Cnder ihe management of Si. Paal lodge
So. lit K. or p.
Reserved scats on sale at Harper House Phar
macy. Trices 25, 35 and 50 cents
sufferiDff from ailments pecular to thoir sex can
the reliable uterine corrective and tonic will per
manently relieve the worst cases. Book pi vine
full particnlars mailed free. Address: hoom ii
M'httaicr Block, Davenport.
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Riverside Oaks, Riverside Ranges
Riverside Cooking Stoves.
Garlarnd Hard Coal Stoves.
The best tsor:racnt of Stoves in the city.
1A15 and 1617 Krn-nd Ay.
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New Scale Kimball,
Hallet & Davis.
Instrnirents enld on easy
time paj merits. Violins
and accordeon ac half
i815 Stcond Av
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brands of domestic
and imported cicars. All brands t tobacco.
The score of all the ball games wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1S08 Second Avenne.
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Special Good Values.
Heavy Ribbed Vests and Drawers,
Heavy Ribbed Vests and Drawers,
Egyptian yarn, the best you
ever bought at the price.
Gents' Natural Wool, usual $1.25
quality, for this sale vest and
Special Good Values.
CHILD'S OKKY XATL-p
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VESTS, PAXTAI.KTrKs ANu
We think the a!.,,o -llv .
values iiichiMn n-- n,, :-
tnree cities ana Ik ilevp vc
When you call wo wi',
our new I)re-(;,.'."'
Hosiery, etc.. ,.tc.
1709 and Second atct-
Will be removed to the Columbia Store,
Where they will be sold at bankrupt prices
FPANK G. YOUNG,
We Underbuy Undersell Quick Sales.
, In a few days I will open
"with a replete stock of Fall
and Winter Suitings at No.
1707 Second avenue, in the
store formerly occupied lv
II. 1). Folsom.
J. F, KtWESflELD. Ton Ko'OTlEJ
Plumbers, Steam. Gas Fitter!
House Ileatinj and Sanitary Plumbing. - - 223 Tweutie:
We open the season with
Elegant Goods and
We are prepared
as we have always
the right this
One of the first irupori.. -r ies-fon fo learn about Boys' Clothine ia that reliable fabrics and good tailoring at uir
reasonable prices, ate by i-w tn -1 atisfying to putchasera than are the uiny inferior grades at a lees price.
Try our Fence Climbers. Novelties for children.
Thoroughly nieiitoiious knee and :on pante eni'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, in style and service they are decidedly better.
Would you preftr 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 honest test of our claims and if the bes t is 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. Not an old elyle.
Largest Shoe and Clothing Stores in Rock Island County.
Shoe 8tore 1S04 Second avenu- Clothing Store 1729 Second Avenme, 116-122 Eighteenth St.