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THE AKGUS, ilONDAV, OCTOBER 1(5, 181)3.
'777" tomorrow night.
Try Thk Akgi s want column.
Houses for rent ly K. H. Guycr.
Fresh oysters at Krell v. Math's
Have vou tried White Hose cream
"ii4 at ihe theatre tomorrow
Ovsters served in anvstvleat Krell
Ovstors lv the can or dish at Krell
lee cream or ovsters at Krell &
W. II. Wheaton, of Kcvnolds, is in
the city todaj .
b'J cents a pair white blankets, at
Fred Freebertr, of Coal Vallev, va.
in the city today.
A ml row I'onaldson. oi luiral, was
in the city to day.
Fremont in "777'' at the theatre
Prop in and see Dixon's display of
fall arid winter suitings.
Just in, a nice display of fall and
winter suitings. liixon.
Mr. and Mrs. II. 1. Sndlow left
this morning for Chicago.
Indians See the beautiful Indian
baskets, at Mclntire Bros'.
Chief Sexton left for Sterling this
morning on court business.
t ali on J. i. liixon ana leave vour
order for a winter overcoat.
Mrs. Col. Marten, of Florida, is in
the-city visiting hi r niece. Mrs. C. l
Drop in thf Harper house barber
shop, the only lirst-class tonsoria!
parlor in the city.
Blankets at specially low prices at
Mclntire Bros', this week till cents
and "it cents a pair.
The display of beautiful baskets
made by the St. Regis Indians at Mc
lntire Bros, is worth seeing.
Miss Helen Hall, of Cedar Kapids,
is in Rock Island on a visit to her
friend. Miss Lucia Mackenzie.
Mr. and Mr. XV. K. Crandell. of
Prophetstown. are making a visit to
Mr. and Mrs. XV. J. Casev. 'f tbi
For Sale Two good delivery hor
ses and wagons; apply at George
SuteliiTe's. 14l".I and lt:U Second av
enue. Thomas Lambert, formerly of this
city, but now of Cleveland, Ohio, is
in the city on a short visit to his old
Clemann & Salzmann have the
finest stock of parlor, dining room,
and bed room suites in the three
Mrs. T. J. Halpin and children, of
St. Louis, accompanied by George
Halpin. also of St. Louis, are visit
ing in the city.
Rev. J. Madison Williams will con
duct services at the Christian church
each evening this week, commencing!
tonight at 7:'.V).
George I). Moore and wife, of Tort
Byron, accompanied bv II. J. Stephen-and
wife, of Deliver, dined at
the Harper today.
T'ukets for the Lec ture association
course of six entertainments are
now on sale at Harper house phar
macy at l..r' each.
Magistrate Schroedor united in I
marriage Saturday afternoon. John
M. Burns, of Clinton, and Miss Min
nie Munson, of Cordova.
"ii;s- Blanche Mosenfeldcr gave a
pleasant party f about of her
young friends Saturday afternoon, at
her home on Twentieth street.
August Schindler. of Davenport,
fell from a wagon Saturday night and
sustained a skull fracture, from
which he died almost instantly.
There will be a pumpkin sociable
given by the young people of the
Central Presbyterian church on
Thursday evening. Supper 2't cents.
Tea. coffee or chocolate with a line
dish of fresh oysters and a few nice
fresh buns is what makes a rich meal,
and to get the same go to Krell &
Charles Bonian. a Molinc erockerv
dealer, confessed judgment Saturdav
for in favor of the John Deere
estate, and the sheriff took possession
nf his store ami stock.
Visit Clemann & Salzmann's car
pet department if you are in search
of something really tine in the way
of carpets or rugs, at prices which
place them within the reach of all.
Thomas Leary and sister. Miss
Kate Leary, '.vho have been paving an
extended visit to Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam McKniry, returned to their
home at New Orleans this ruoruing
If you want an elegant parlor
suite made to order, consult Clem
ann & Salzmann, who have the work
men and facilities to turn out furni
ture which cannot be excelled any
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spencer wel
comed an eight-and-a-half pound
daughter into their home yesterdav
morning, and Charles is the happiest
as wen as ttic proudest man in town.
His friends are smoking to his fami
ly's good health.
The regular meeting of the XV. C.
1. L. will be held tomorrow after
noon at S o'clock at the Y. M. C. A.
building. A special feature of the
meeting will be a report from the
stale convention held at Springfield.
All ladies are invited to be present
j ue wen-Known wall paper man.
George SutclilTe, is negotiating to go
in another business and has decided
to close out his entire stock of wall
paper, room mouldings and curtain
goods, the sa'e commencing Monday
morning at 8 o'clock and continuing
until all is so'.d.
Mr. anil Mis. J. . Jones arc out
of the city today, and Jones' store
has been c osed in consequence.
It is such an unusual occurrence to
miss Jones from his accustomed
place on Second avenue, that there
has naturally beeu -considerable in
quiry as to his whereabouts.
The fiiiier:.! of Mrs. Alma Wilson
was held froti Beulah church in Ru
ral township vesterdav morning at
10 o'clock. Rev. H. M. l'isk officiating,
and was the most largely attended
funeral ever held in the lower end of
the county. The pall bearers were:
Messrs. R. W. Hanna, David War
nock. William Killing, Joseph Allen,
R. D. McCreary and Charles Kinsey.
A number of people from Rock Isl
and drove out to 1 reemption Satur
day afternoon and surprised Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Barns, the occasion be
ing the second anniversary of the
wedding of the popular couple. It
proved a merry occasion in all re
spects, a sumptuous feast beiti"
spread whicl all relished heartily
and the evening being spent in
A Sabbath school convention will
be held this evening in the Tinted
Presbyterian hureh. Dr. R. John
son, of Aldo. will give an illustrated
ecture on '-Sabbath School Manage
ment. Rev. R. J. Millen. of Dav
enport, will s eak on "The Officers
of the Sabbath School." and Rev. II.
Marshall on "The Teachers of the
Sabbath Schorl." All Sabbath school
scholars, teacl ers, officers ami friends j
in the city are cordially invited.
TO THE SUPREME COURT.
New Trial l.ni il In the Siunet Will Case
and Appeal Taken.
Judge Smith overrullcd the mo
tion for a new trial in the Sinnct will
caseiSattirdav afternoon, and notice
f a appeal was given bv the de
fendants, which was granted condi
tional that a loud of $1,500 be filled
in the circuit -lerk's office within SO
lays. The arguments in behalf of a
new trial were made bv Messrs. W
Gest and J. T. Kenworthv while
Messrs. William Jackson and E. XV.
Hurst spoke in opposition. The su
preme court d es not convene until
The petition for a writ of habeas
corpus in behalf of Thomas Ryan,
who was sent t jail on a capias issued
ov justice l.awcs, was brought to
the attention of the court bv the
prisoner's at orney. William" Me
Eniry, II. A. Weld appearing in be
half of the ph.intiff in Rvan's case.
The court granted the petition and
ordered Ryan released on bail.
Atfo clock .fudge Smith adiourned
the court unti: Nov. 6, when Judge
Pleasants will dispose of whatever
business may ie presented.
Great (Vail Paper Sale.
Closing out sale of wall paper.
room mouldings and curtains, every
thing mut go and for cash only.
"ommencing Monday morning. Oct.
1C. at 8 o'clock sharp Slo.OOU worth
f stock to be sold at prices never
heard of befor -. Everybody is invi
ted to attend. It will pay you to bliy
and keep it until ready for use as it
will not spoil. Papers that were i0c
ire now Oc; 10c gold papers will be
;c: (e and ;c t aners will he 2c ami Sc.
ind so the pri -e's run that wav all
through my st nk. Room mouldings
very near as cheap as kindling wood,
.ma curtains the same. Remember
for cash only. Gkoiu;k Sttcliffe.
l-t-y-1431 Second avenue.
The Henrietta and Mountain Belle
each brought down 14 strings of lum
The stage of water at the Rock Isl
and bridge vl noon was 1:60; the
temperature was 61.
, The Jo Lo ig, West Rumbo, Pilot
and Verne Swain came down, and
the Jo Long, West Rambo, Kit Car
son. Lumber :oy, Verne Swain and
Pilot went iif rth.
This Means IliiNlneNK.
Everything must go. Wall paper,
curtains and room mouldings. The
only way to i take it go is to let the
people see that I mean business, that
everything i i my store will go at
once, at prices for cash only, never
heard of before. Everybody is invi
ted to come and get prices. Wall
paper dealeis can buy and make
themselves rich. No one barred
whatever. Geokge Sctcuffe,
14J9-1431 Second avenue.
The t'nlon I'aeifle litre i venhlp.
CIIICAOO. Out 10 Railroad officials re
gard the plci:i of the 1'iiiou Pacific in
the hand of nceivers as a family arrange
ment which will not have the effect of
bringing about any change iu the railroad
situation in th-j west. Hates or methods
of operation v ill uot be affected in any
way. All tiie receivers have for
some time been promiueiitly connected
with the Union Pacific system. S. H. H
Clark is pres. dent. D. V. Mink is vice
president, and E. Ellery Anderson is gov-
Iron Ho lines in a Had Way.
POTTSTOWN, Oct. IK The puddlers of
the Ellis & Lssig Steel and Iron com
pany have decided to accept t he proposed
reuuction in tt eir wages to fi.aO ner ton.
By the reducti jn the puddlers will make
about J2 per t ay and helpers will make
tl.30, andevei with that the company
only guarantees the men fifteen days'
work a ruoitlh during the winter.
The best medical authorities sav
the procr way to treat catarrh is to
take a com titutional remedy like
Hood's Sarsaparilla. ?
'.-.uj outn wasted time and material in
-rvi;:ar to obtai-i a shidpntmU. ,
r.ai even resorted to the use of ready
r.nxsu paints, tne ingredients of which
n kasw nocning, cecause ot the diffi
culty is making a shade of rn)nr riHi
white lead. Tins waste can be avoided
ty trie use ot National Lead Company's
Pure White Lead
These tints are a combination of per
fectly pure colors, put up in small cans,
and prepared so that one pound will
tint 25 pounds of Strictly Pure White
Lead to the shade shown on the can.
By this means you will have the best
paint in the world, because made of
the best materials
and .-:r rftio-s t-itl-t oi hsvlao- one
c, t, , ,-:...?, o' vr.- lead mat are
stand vru, rnr-nuc-.-d bv the "Old
Dv.'c e.oceso, &-.a !--.y'n to be
rtrrtry pure :
Southern" "Red Seal"
These bran !.-: c-r Gtric'ly Turs White Lead
r.-. i r ation:.! i.ai Co.'s Pure While Lead
lin-inc Co!o-a are for sslc by the most re
liable dealers ir. painls everywhere.
If you arc poing to pair.t, it will pay you
to send to us for a book containing informa
tion that may save you many a dollar: it will
only cost you a postal card.
NATIONAL LEAD CO.,
1 Broadway, XcwTorffc
giirtis Opera House,
Wednesday Evt-nicg. ( ct. 18
ELMER E VANCE'S
Marvelous HealUtie Coined v Drama,
The Burt's ha tlie only u;e in Hit' ihroc cit
i.s where this pipy can be piodacad on ; the heav
iest play eversuscd; tcu? of mauhii.ery, beauti
ful M-enery am. In'ebious effects u e ustd iu
every act .
rr-THE taiKATKST NOVELTY
t-3-SCEXKS OF THE SEASON.
No advance iu prices; secure seals early.
J. E. Montrose. Manager.
OXE SIGHT ONLY,
Tuesday Night, Oct. 17.
The success of last season. MR. A.
W. FREMONT in his jrreat sen
sational scenic produc
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Riverside Cooking Stoves,
(iarland Hard Coal Stoves.
The be?t as-or:ment of Stoves in the city.
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Instrartents gold on eaey-
time paymeiits. Violins
and accordion ac half
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tiur.al cliarucier. C'liica-.i Herald .
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I-miieiana flantatimi. llatim' Konise IVniteniiarv
. - . v ..iii..n. v.iuk ivi.oiu. i ue A'mae
of the 4110. A car load of special ceiierv and me-
rn:imr il i.Ti-ti.
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niary. Prices 35c, I'c, 70e una Si.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Bufler;ns from ailaients liecular to thnir r.-m
be cured. .
the reliable uterine corrective and tonic will per
manently relieve the worst cases. Book "ivinc
full particulars mailed free. Address: Koom
w hilakor block, Uavenport.
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Alwayx on l'.aud the finest brand of domemic
and imported ciears. All brantlx 1 tobacco.
The .core of all the ball pamet wi'l be received
L. QLOCKHOFP, Prop.,
1HW Second Avenno.
COOL WINDS ARE BLOWING
To tall attention to our superior as
sortment of Blankets we will
sell this week a few at special
Lot 1 White Grev Blankets
Lot 2 White 10-4
Lot 3 --Our Favorite." larjje 10-4
soft (irey Blanket,
We are ofTcii,,- :i;
low prices a eh.
oi imeni oi iieamifii . ,
iy the st. R.i, lrii;4;7
Indians are true :ir:;., ;.
A race who-e wh,,; '
pictures, for var ;.n, '
the lettered while m,.','
anion"; them, th.-v i;iv ',.
ten how to co:nii;;i,. . ,
ture's colors in th,.,. i
kets. iiiey ai
er you buy
1709 and 1709 Second av-r
- OF THE
Will be removed to the Columbia Store,
Where they will be sold at bankrupt prices
FRANK G. YOUNG.
We Underbuy Undersell-Quick Sales.
Iloineslio Sn .lilies
with a replete stock of Fall
and Winter Suitings at No.
1707 Second avenue, in the
store formerly occupied bv
II. D. Folsom.
A-: ! M
J. F. KoSKNTlELD.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Kttefi
House Heatin; and Sanitary Pl-.imbin. - - Twi-i.t r.--I
While Other Dealers are Grumbling About Hard Tins
With the eristible force of the many bargains they are offer
ing. You 11 buy your overcoat of us if you see the immensity
o our stock. You 11 be the nobbiest dressed man in town
alter taking a peep through our suit stock, and you'll save a
day s wages on either a suit or an overcoat when vou learn
our prices. 3
quarts Sito.bUni ;oW"- Thatwearehead-
Largest Shoe and Clothing Stores in Rock Island County.
Shoe titore 104 Second avenue . - - je , .i, ?
cloia? Store 1729 Second Avenue, 116-12BigWeenti -