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THE ARGUS, FlttDAYV OCTOBER G, 18i)tf.
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Hutterine at Long's.
Maple svrup at Long's.
Spring chickens at Hess Bros'.
New lmckwlteat Hour at Lang's.
Oysters and celery at Iuncher's.
Pure apple cider at Mocllcr Bros.'
New buckwheat Hour at Fassig's.
Kentucky blue;rrass seed at Pas
sig's. Quinces ami sweet apples at Pas
sig's. Spring chickens at H. Treniann &
Dressed chickens at Bunchcr's gro
cery. Cauliflower ami egg plant at liun-chcr's.
iv fresh eggs ami butter at
ami celery at II. Treniann
ami fresh oysters at
Oysters, celery anl cranberries at
Quinces ami preserving pears at
Peaches ami grapes by the basket
Peaches ami grapes by the basket
at Hess Bros".
Choice eating ami cooking apples
Choice eating ami conking apples
at Hess Bros'.
fio to Passig's and see his line wf
fresh dried fruit.
New buckwheat flour and
slijar at Hess Bros'.
Spring chickens dressed to order
at Bunchcr's grocery.
Oranges, bananas, plums, pears
ami peaches at Bunchcr's.
Turkey and chicken lunch at the
Manhattan Saturday night.
Turkey mid chicken lunch at the
Manhattan tomorrow night.
Spring chicken lunch at Jack Mar
tin's sample room Saturday night.
Will K. lVursall. of Port Byron, is
arranging to move to Bock I-kind.
Pcavlic. pear-, plums. grapes,
oranges ami banana- at Ho- Bros".
You will liml at Pas-ig's tomorrow
a grand di-play in fruit-ami vegeta-
. John Gorman and
Iowa, are in the citv
Mis. Haltie ( nvn left
ing for Denver. Col., to
Leave your orders for dressed
chicken- at MoeMer Bros." '.: Fifth
Mr. ami Mr
child, of Perrv
Pics, cakes, home-made bread to
morrow afternoon at Wright iV. Green
a wait's shoe store.
Bruno. Kdward and Arthur Sta
bach go to Chicago tonight to j-pend
a week at the fair.
Cauliflower, egg plant, par
Hubbard and summer squash
soup bunches at Hess Bio-'.
Pickling onions and extra pickling
vinegar at :Mcent- a gallon at Mocl
lcr Bros." i ;;?. Fifth avenue.
At. a meeting of tin- Indu-trial
Home a-soeiatioii la-t evening it was
decided to give a dance in tin- near
Ciiarie. Jidm-oii i- attending the
St. Loui- fair and mechanical cpoi
ion in t he intere-t of the Iloek Island
Mr.-. II. A. Mclntire and Mrs. II.
L. F.dgerton. of Mu-catine. mother
and .sister of ('. C. Mclntire, are
spending the day in the citv.
Michael Griflin has gone to nidge
way. 111., to put a slate roof on a
Catholic church which Contractor
Schncll has just completed there.
George Scherrer will dispose of his
horse at PfalT Bros", sample room on
Seventh avenue tomorrow night. A
lunch will be spread in honor of the
The investigation of the cause of
the recent collision at Farnani result
ed in the exoneration of the engi
neers, Thomas Grecliv and William
Cranberries. eclerv .apples, peaches,
pears, bananas, sweet potatoes. horse
radish root, parsnip, pie pumpkin
and nice Hubbard squash at Moe'.ler
Bros'., ".''i;! ! Fifth aeiim .
The Mi ionary Guild of t. Paul
meets at Trinity church this evening
at 7:oo. and the regular monthly
meeting of the vestry will be held at
the rectory after the service.
The Y. W. C. T. I". will hold it
regular monthly meeting at the Y.
M. C. A. at :!::' I tomorrow afternoon,
at which time the change of time of
meeting will be voted upon.
Oscar Appeluist.w!io ha I n in
haling country air for several weeks,
is home for a few days. His health
has improved somewhat, but he will
spend the winter in recreation. .
The wind ha been blowing at an
average of miles an hour all dav.
and for live minutes t his afternoon,
the signal service report, it blew at
the tale of is miles an hour.
The Burlington route has inaugur
ated a series of World's fair excur
sions, for which round trip tickets
will be sold Oct." 7. s ami '. at half
fare, good returning until Oct. l.".
The property of the Coal Valley
Mutter & Cheese company has been
seized bv Sheriff Gordon to satisfy a
claim of Williams. Mailey. amount
ing to $1, -ins, for which judgment w as
Wallace Humphrey, the colored
man taken to the county poor farm
the other. dav while suffering with
dropsy of the heart, died there yes
terday. He will be buried on the
Patronize the pecial sale tomor
row afternoon of pies, cakes and
home-made bread at the shoe store
of Wright & Gret nawalt. by the la
dies ot the Ur.ited Presbyterian
John McCall, in old resident of
Whiteside county, died last week at
his home near Erie, being 78 years of
age. He was well known in the up
per end of the county, having several
relatives in Port Byron and vicinity,
among whom were two sisters. Mrs.
Jesse Maxwell of this place, and Mrs,
George Marshall, of Cordova, and
two brothers, Messrs. Hugh and
The late Edwani CalTrey who died
in Denver last week, was an old res
ident of Hock Island, where he had
many friends wliJ will regret to
learn of his death. He was 73 years
and 11 months old. He was born in
County Cavan, Ireland, and came to
this country in 18!: 7. settling in New
York state and cat le west to Daven
port, in 174, and engaged in
the shoe business, afterward residing
in Bock Island. The deceased leaves
a wife and three children.
At the residence of Joseph Kell in
Edgington township. Wednesday
evening Newton L. Crawford, son of
Senator W. Y. Cr: w -ford, and Mis?
Lizzie V. Kell were married by Kev.
W.K. Carr. Misses Lizzie Gauley and
Rosa Scdam were bridesmaids, and
Messrs. J. E. Crawford and Edward
Kell acted as groomsmen. The hap
py couple, who ar( among the best
known and most popular voting peo
ple in the lower ei d of the county,
were received with many handsome
Maj. J. M. Beard -ley has a letter
from his client, II A. Linchan. of
Anita, Iowa, and formerly of Kock
Island, setting fori h that the su
preme court of Iowa has reversed the
linding of the lower court of Cass
county, in which L nehan was con
victed of seduction and sentenced to
three years in the j enitcntiary. and
reman. led the case for a new trial.
Linchan ha many f Mends here, w ho
will he glad to know that he is to be
given another opportunity to clear
himself ,,f the chirges preferred
Brick Monro, the hackman. is in
trouble again. Last evening Brick
wmi driving acros the island with
three load-, one ot w.iich was in the
hack, another wa in Brick, and the
other was In hi- coiipanion in the
hack. Brick did not r-ee where the
street imr tracks wen . and he didn't
care, and the tir.-t realization he had
ot hi whereabouts wis when he col.
lided with a street ca- that yanked a
wheel off his vehicle : nd sent Brick
spinning off on the pavement. Brick
and his load and teair. were cared for
ami the damaged hack was taken
C. C. Mclntire experts to move hi
family to Oskalooa within the next
two or three weeks, wien W. B. Mc
lntire will return : !..!; Island and
assume the management of the store
of Mclntire Bros. heie. While the
latter will be welcom-'d in his old
home, where he has so many friends,
there i. a general feeling regret
that the change neees -aril v involves
C. C. Mclntirc's location elsewhere.
There is no bu-iue man in the citv
who enjoys more of the eontidence of
the people of the comn unit v. Com
mercially he rank an ong the first
men rif Bock Island, while in our religion.-
and social circles, he and his
family will be 'Teat v missed.
... . , i,. i oiv. .tiiiia
night for Chicago U attend the
world's congress of public health
which assembles Mond iv at the Art
institute under the auspices of the
American Public Health association,
of which the doctor is a member.
The latter organization embraces
health officers and others identified
with sanitary matters in the
United States. Mexico and Canada,
and is responsible for a.11 the ad
vances made in sanitary science in
recent years. At the great congress
to Vie held under its direction next
week, the- most eminent sanitarians
from all over the w rld Will be
If you heep nt, it. is apt to toil upon
the livpr. The tliliigs to prevent
thisnre Dr. TkvcCs, I loasnnt Pellets.
Take ..? Vuese M'.tle reliefs for a
corrective cr cr - j'Ao lurative three
for a cathartic. They're the small
est, etsiest to ta'.;e. ple-isantest and
most i;atural in the way they act.
Tb;'V do prrniar.ent good. Consti
pation, ImHirestion, Bilious Attacks,
Sick or Bilious Headache, and nil
deranpements of the liver, stomach,
and bowels are prevented, relieved,
They're ynrnn'rctl to give satis
in every case, or. your money ia
Local Worlil'H Fair Visitors.
C. II. Chamberlain It ft this
for the World's fair.
Capt. W. H. Whisicr and family
leave tomorrow morning for the fair.
Miss Hose Furlong b it this morn
ing for a few davs' sight seeing at the
Mrs. E. Fickeiischer l as returned
after a verv pleasant '.'-weeks" visit at
Sam MeAdam-. the popular night
ticket agent of tiie Bock Island, left
for the fair this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. W. 1. "lleimers left
for the fair yesterday morning for a
visit of two or three weeks.
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Boston, Oc. 0. In i niiiij eiiurch in the
pre-selici; of u.e Ini t-.-t, dignitaries of th(
l'rote.-ta'.it Kpi.copai churc.i iu this coun
try, liev. V 'lmiiu l.awieiiCL', D.L)., vii
consecrated uun soienia i cienumies as
Huventh bisliop of Aiassacl.u etl;..
To gain s
trength Ho ds Sarsa
nerves Ho id's Sarsa
blood Hoo l's S;ua
The worst cases of Chronic Ca
tarrh in the l'-ad, yield to Dr.
Sage's Catarrh Hciac-dy. So cer
tain is it that its makers offer $500
reward for an incurable case.
J E. Montrose. Manager
Saturday Evericg. Cct. 7.
The cul Comedy Ewntof ilie Season -The
Peirie-s Irish Con-.e.Ui line.
MAY SMITH BOBBINS
Supported by a superb e nnpany of enmed an
u: d foiiti eite", iiicliirti k Ihc Trixie 1m-pi-rial
Quartet and Mandolin uud
Uuii jo Trio, in the lt-Hi-111:
to ninsi'-l come
dy iu four a"ts.
The Korup Heiress, under the
management of Fred,
Briflit niu-ir, prct y gir f, nml the I eft dancers
on ear Hi.
Ee-erved foa:s on ile at Uar.it-r Oouvv Phar
macy. Price? Al. 50 snd To cents
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NEW FALL GOODS.
Childkex's Caps made of eider
down llannels and other goods,
choice assortment beginning at
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Kix erside Oaks, Ui erside Ranges
Kiyerside Cooking Stoycs.
(iarland Hard Coal Stoves.
Tbc best rs-ior-mcnl ot stove- in the city.
101 hiiD l617Ki-ral ly.
riirtic Hnpn Mniico
Tuesday Nigbr, Oct. 10th.
First Social ICci-nt of the Season
the brilliant voun comedian.
Mil. I'H.V'KI.F.S DICK
SON, and his model
Price Si, 75
loo Nights in New York.
SOanil i'K. Sale opens Satnrda-,
Is Life Worth LiviDg?
Ttat Depe.-id? V;m Vo ir Bleal.h.
Will cure you an ! keep u well.
For s.i:c a: Uaner Hou?e Phannacy.
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Lakok. Assortment of
as low as
NEW FALL GOODS.
on sale MuM)AV.
Kid Gloves Mhs., u-tair,.
cd, colors only
Black Kid Gi.ovks in .v ,y
Black Kid Gi.ovks, .i:,-.,.,
A few colors in ;tl , ,. - .
and ranging up to .$1.65.
1709 and 17o9 Second avert
Close btivers will lind
quarters for all kinds
tioods at lowest prices.
New Scale Kimball,
Hallet & Davis.
time itj3 m-it3.
815 Second At
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
"f HE REST
Will be removed to the Columbia Store,
Where they will be sold at bankrupt prices.
FRANK G. YOUNG.
We Underbuy Undersell Quick Sales.
Riifferin? from ilaic!it pcctlar to their sex can
the reliable uterine corrective and tonic will pcr-
iiiaiie-nuy reuevc me worst caw". Hook peine J
fnll particnlar mailed free. Address: Uoom i
Whitaker Biock, Davenport. I
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always oc hand the fincot brand of do"otic
and imported citar. All brand if tohacco.
The icore of all the ball game wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
ISOg Second Avcnnc.
Domestic So .tin:
Now Open "
with a replete stock of Fall
and Winter Suitings at No.
27v7 Second avenue, iu the
store formerly occupied lu
ll. D. Folsoni.
J. F. K0EXP1EI.D.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters,
House Heating and Sanitary Plumbing.
223 Twentieth str.
We open the season w ith
Elegant Goods and
Wc are prepared to io
as wc have always J- ne
One of th? first impoitu r Vscor.s to learn about Boys' Clothin? ia that reliabie fabrics and good tailoring at fair
reasonable trices, are by fji mote- satisfying to puichaeers than are the many inferior grades at a lees price.
Try our Fence Climbers. Novelties for children.
Thoroughly meritciicns knee and Ion pante eui's for boys of all ages, made to order, b-anng 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.
Die former are our chief inducements, the latter abouud everywhere.
We ask nothing better than an honest test of our claims and if the best is good enough, then come and eet it
There is no iccm fcr improve meiit in the style, quality or price we are offering.
All new goods. Net an old elyle.
Largest Shoe and Clothing Stores in Rock Island County.
Shoe Store 1S04 Second avenue .v Clothing Store 1729 Second Avenue, 116-122 Eighteenth St.