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THEAHGUS. MONDAY, OCTOBER 23, 181)3.
Fred Hass returns' to St. Paul to
night on business.
ifheriiT (Gordon left this nfteftmon
ftr Custer county, Colo.
A moving sale of dress pmds at
McCabe Bros . this week.
David .Stephens left for lliibinjtie
cn business this morning.
Conking and exitiiiir apples and
New York grapes at Hess Bros".
Illuminated jaetiard dress goods
li'Jc. at Melntire Kros'. on Monday.
Special otTcrinjrs in new dress
goods on Monday, at Mclntire Bros".
Lining cambric le a vard with
tfress good at MeC'tibe Bros., t hi
laniel Mowrev. of Kichland
throve, Mereer eoimtv, was in the
Ia1 a mink capo on the Milan
Toad. Return to this office and re
The great corned v success, the
-Masked Ball.' at the theatre to
Peere & Co.. of Moline, resumed
operations again this morning with
450 men at work.
The brilliant New York comedy,
the -Masked Ball," at Harper's thea
tre Tuesday evening.
$1.0.') quality heavy fringed che
nille table covers 6Se, while they
last, at MeCabe Bros.
E. S. Burnhani & Co's. clam bouil
lon, the latest drink, samples at
Hess Bros'., free of charge.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Adler, of San
l"rancisco. are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
J2 Mosenfelder at the Harper.
88c fancy suitings, -12 inches wide.
Only 8!e, and the best lining cam
bric lc a yard this week at MeCabe
Watch Watch for special an
nouncement by Mclntire Bros". It
will be of interest to all buyers of
JSobert M unlock, of Kansas City,
is spending the day in the city, the
gue?t of his father, on his way" home
from the fair.
Postmasters. Mcl'atland, of Cable,
and Stoddard, of Kdgington. are in
'.he i:ity today.
George P. llinti returned to his
Jsome in Chicago last evening, ac
companied by Mrs. Kinii who has
been visiting here.
As George SntcIilTe i "oiii"- out of
i. ..... ii . . . . " . .
-ne vva;i paper i.misi ncss, lie desires
ail persons indebted to him t call
and settle their accounts.
The merchaut tailor shop of S. A.
Sand, of Moline, was closed Saturday
might by a judgment note fr $172.
NheriiT (iordon is in charge.
Our standard silk finish ;i7c Henri
ettas go this v.eck at ortj a ywd: scr
ees 70c for 50c. all with the privilege
of lining cambric for lc a yard, at
C. J. Pratt, postal clerk on the K.
I. & made the creditable record
of 100 per cent Saturday at Burling
ton, throwing 1 x : ; i curds without a
skip in two hours.
The 'Davenport Y. M. C. A. "Star
Course'" will be opened by the Schu
bert male quartette next Friday
fvciii:: in the Mil wards Coiiroru
'iona! church. Admission :, cents.
Tliil Mitchell returned from Nebraska-Saturday
night. Hon. 1'.. W.
Hurst, wh'i accompanied him "ii l.U
western' trip, went on tlnoui.li t...
Chicago, wlo re he joins Mrs. llur-t.
tV.irjk Daniel appears in Little
Puc a" at the I'.iit ti- opera liou-r at
IVivenpoft tomorrow evening, and
will pack the hoite. a- this popular
voting coined ian al ays does wher
ever he appears.
The busiest place in town at the
Kock Island stove Co's. works.
What's the reason? Why, good
goods at reasonable prices. People
will have Kiverside stoves, no matter
hpw hard the times.
Louis Kolm and Atphons Mo.-en-Iclder
went down to Andalusia yes
terday, and claim to have broken"
the record for tish this season. Of
course, they left some,, being able to
carry only :!.') of the finny tribe home.
There, is a movement on foot to
form a Zuave eompanv i:i Davenport
to be called the Merchant's Zuacs.
It is understood that a sullieient
number of member- are n-adv to en
I'st to in-ure the success id the af
fair. W. P.. Mclntire arrived from Oska-loo-a
this morning and assumed
charge of Mclntire Bros", store here.
His family will he here in a few
weeks. C. C. Mclntire and family
leave for ( kiilosa for permanent
residence in the morning.
Mr. and Mrs. James llerron. of
Dalion. (, i.. spent yesterday with
relatives in the citv. on their wav
home from a visit to Newton, Iowa.
Mr. Herron's sister, Mrs. E. J. Skiles,
(accompanied them as far as Chicago,
where they will visit the fair.
Leo Deisenroth who suffered the
amputation of his left leg at Mercy
hospital, Davenport, four weeks ago.
was uptown today, greeting his
many friends, who are overjoyed to
sec how rapidly h.c is recovering
from the effects of the operation.
62c n.ivelty suitings 41)c ladies 40
ineh broadcloth snifing-; 48c a yard,
and many other profitable items in
MeCabe Bros." dress j.;oods depart
ment this week, and n member that
you can buy the best lining cambric
for lc a vard. See adv.
Miss Margaret Barge, sister of
John Barge, died Saturday evening
at !l o'clock at her hon e. etfrncr of
Ninth street and Second avenue, in
her MU h year. She had lived in Bock
Island many years. The funeral will
be held at 2 p. m. tomorrow from
the L". P. church.
Farmer" Burns and Wrestler
Charles Moth have both telegraphed
Evan Lewis accepting 1 is challenge
appearing in Saturday li ght's Aegi s.
Moth has received a "reply to the ef
fect that Lewis will be in Krck Isl
and next Friday probably, when
Burns and Moth" wrestle, and when
the terms can be agreed upon.
In a Keck Island tailot shop carlv
yesterday morning occurred an ani
mated controversy between two
young tailors. The one who says he
came out the better, has his eye in
mourning, the tips of the lingers on
his left hand badly bitten and his
head swollen from several kicks. The
other fellow must be simi'ar to a beef
steak. ltev. M. A. Johnson h is tendered
his resignation as rector of Trinity
church at Davenport, ami it has been
accepted. Dr. Johnson has not had
active charge of the parish for some
wiuc. xiic vesiry aiuruay adopted
resolutions setting fourth" that "in
his departure from thecity of Daven
port he will be accompanied by the
heartfelt sympathy and best wishes
of every member "of Trir.it y parish,
that hi.s life may be cast in" pleasant
places and that' his future work may
be blessed of (,,d an hutdred fold."
In respect to the memory of the
late Bev. Dr. F.rland Carlsson, whose
death at Chicago, on the 1'Uh. has
already beea chronicled in Thk At;-
;rs, all school work at Augustana
will be suspended on Wednesday.
Public memorial exercises will be
held in the college chapel at 2 p. m.
of the same dav. on which occasion
Kcv. Prof. K. F. Bartholomew. D. D..
will deliver a memorial address, fol
lowed by Be v. Prof. C. O (iranere,
who will give the biographical
sketch of the college's departed
friend. All are cordially invited to
The officers of the Ladies' Belief
society are constantly being impor
tuned by needy persons from other
places, who want money and night's
lodging. These unfortunates they
have no time nor opportun'ty to in
vestigate, and the l:iH.-i , est re that
the public direct lucin e .-. .vhere for
relief, as they cannot respond to their
appeals. The society is organized
for the relief of the resilient poor
whose necessities they look liter cure
fully through ward nnager-, and
when they are found wor hv, they
are promptly assisted, so f:;r asvith
i n t he power of t he soeiet v.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A rmre Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
Irom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEARS THL .STANDARD.
Local Wnrld'H K:iir l .il,ir.
s. Davis left f.f Chiago last
Henry Ehrhorn left ior the fair
Emil Brockman left Satin dav even
ing for the fair.
A. M. Blakeslev and wife left for
Chicago this morning.
Mrs. Julia Shocker and si n, Louis,
eft for the fair this morning.
Louis Enirlln and wife, ai d Josenli
Grotegut and wife left on Sunday
evening 10 visti tne lair.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles O'Hare,
Misses Josephine Sexton ai.d Millie
O'Brien left for the fair this morning.
Charles Brasher and wife and
daughter and Miss Alice Thompson
departed for Chicago this morning.
II. D. Mack, accompanied by his
daughter. Miss Daisy Mack, and Miss
Jennie Taylor, left for Chicago this
Mrs. Vogel. accompanied by her
daughter. Miss Anna, and Vis Ber
tha Naehbaur, left for the World's
fair last evening.
In Northern Alaska.
Jnr.cuu is the most northerly stopping
place on the regular Alaska excursion
route, and vvhiie it is not sufUcienth
l:ear l!--j oi to meet the midi l-cht sun
there is unit during the sumintr season
of the vvarl'or a j;uod d-;;l of lii.ht work.
Yi..;t most troubles straiiTs is to
know when to .'o to bed. The sun is ap
parently unwilling to pass and eaves its
Twilight waits for dawn, or iJ there is
an interval between 1 have no: discov
ered it. It is not difficult to rt ad ordi
nary print at 11 o'elock. and sitting on
the deck at midnight (the ship keeps San
Francisco time) watching the shadows
cast u'hiii the smooth water and the
snowcapped peaks at a few 1. dies dis
tance is not uncomfortable with an over
coat. Cor. San Francisco Bulletin.
The company that proposes to lay a
cable between Australia and California
will obtain a subsidy from the German
government for the sections of the line
between the Feejee and Samoaii islands
The use of the flannel shroi d dates
back to acts of parliament 18 and 19,
Charles II, which, to encourage t.ie wool
en trade in England, compelled that all
bodies should be so protected.
Evidence of It.
"Jack's so sick t his morning that he can
not raise his head from the pillow."
"Was he out last night?"
"Out with the boys till 2 o'clock this
"He nius'have had a splendid t ime.'-
W ashington fc-tHr.
Yon've estc-D too moch turkey.
Ana w yon cannot work, eh :
Your head feels very mnrky
Ihere! I dou't believe I culd add another
lice and make it rhjme :f I had a dollar fcr doini:
it. A few retCs, however, will cure me. To re
lieve stomach and bowels from the effects of
overloading, a full doge of Dr. Tierce's ricaptut
Purgative Pellets u the best remedy. They op
erate pent'y, let thoroughly, and without grlp.
ine, naieca. or other unpleasant effects. Ill vials
convenient to c-ry.
J. E- Montrose. Manager.
Tuesday Night, Oct. 24.
Feast tini; here The comedy mc.'ess of the
season A cyclone of merriment Clyde
Kilstie's laughter hit.
The Masked Ball
Under the Direction of
shoi-.ts, F'oars. Lmpfhter. Scrcai-s
-eats on sale Oct 2! at Harper House phar
macy Prices 43c. Elk:. 75c ana 51.
Durtis Opera House,
Tuesday Evening, Oct. 24.
The preat comedian, FRANK DAX
1EUS, in a errand spectacular
Elegant scenery. Beautiful Cs umis, ur.d
25 I'LAYKKS -Joel
ell known Comedians and Soubrc:tes,
iiiclu-lin Mis Bessie Sanson.
No advance in price?. Siats at Flukes, Tile
J. E- Montrose, Manager.
Thursday Kight. Oct. 26.
For the bene tit of the fun
loving public, the farcical
Presented with m i j t ew aid glaring
ratclica, ai.J a
Company of Comedians
t nder the Dire.ti u el' -
mi:, hauhy riiiLLirs.
You Giirirl- ' Y Iai trli I You Koarl
Pecrved feats on sale at Harper House Phar
macy IVees -T). .) and 75 cents
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Riverside Oaks, Riverside Ranges
Riverside Cooking Stoves.
Garland Hard Coal Stoves.
The best assortment of Stoves in the city.
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time pa) merits. Yi .lins
and accordt-on- at half
815 SrCODd Av
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
(ifleTXir fr.si ailjiet.ts pe.-:i:;ir to their m x rt
tli rr'iiati.e uterine eorrertive unrl tot'lt will per- i
mativntlv relieve the worst vasc. B.uk ivio: J
full particular mailed free. Address: l-.oota -i '
hitttker Hioek, liavenpor:. j
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STRASSER'S UNION BAND
Ol. HESTKA. D.VVEMMIiT. I..
20 KEN 20
Music furnished for parties, reception-, thea
tres etc. An excellent string Quartet I and Quin
tet! fur reception and evening entertainments.
Jacob Strafler. Dim-tfir : lli.ti,. t......
per. Ite-itlenee Teiephoi e Mo. ITS. 11 ivenport ; 1
cflice: Hoyt'e Store and Turner Ball. I'avenport.
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on l:and the finest brands of domestic
and impprvd riears. All brand if tobceo.
The cor of all the ball game wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1S08 Second Avenue.
New Dress Goods
iLM MixATEn J.U'Quakhs, figured,
Illi misated Twills, chcdce assortment,
MlXTl RES AND 1LAI1.
54 inches wide,
!" t!l: l.-iT,.,
Watch for special :inn.,Lvi..
racnt that will bp of
to buyers of Dry Coods.
1709 and 1709J Second avenue
Will be removed to the Columbia Store,
Where they will be sold at bankrupt prices
FRANK G, YOUNG.
We Underbuy Undersell Quick Sales.
lKniifsvk; Sn tiiio-s
with a replete stock uf Fall
and Winter Suitings at No.
17M7 Second avenue, in the
store former! y occupied lv
II. H. F.dsom".
J . P. KoKNrtEl.D.
ROSEN FIELD BROS,
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters,
House IIeatinr and Sanitary Pluuibin"-.
While Oilier Dealers are GraMiM About Hard Times
With the eristible force of the many bargains they are offer
ing. You'll buy your overcoat of us if you see the immensity
of our stock. You 11 be the nobbiest dressed man in town
after 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. J
We can prove that we have the best stock of Underwear in "own. That we are heid
quarters for Boy's wearing apparel is a conceded fact.
Largest Shoe and Clothing Stores in Rock Island County.
Sho. - nrelSecoDd.ve.m. C'"" "29 Second Avenue, 116-122 Eigbteenth St.