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THEAEGUS. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1893.
Mexican orAti-ros at Uoro's.
All kind of fruit at lloro's.
Try The Ai: ;i;s want column.
First oranges of ':; at Biro's.
Houses for rent by K. II. Gujer.
Fresh oysters at Krell & Math's.
Overgallers 49 tents al Dolly Bros'.
Have you tried White Hose cream
ery? Roys' solil school shoes $1 at Dolly
Hot peanuts 5 ccuts a quart at
Oj'sters served in any style.it Krell
Oysters by the can or dish at Krell
Ice cream or oysters at Krell &
Remember the closing out sale of
George SuU lifTe.
' Mrs. William Glass ha returned
from her visit to Iowa.
Don't fail to visit the dosing out
sale of George SutciilTe.
The Iow a State Bapt ist association
is in ses.-ioii at Davenport.
Mrs. Jane Weatherhead, of Bars
tow, was in the city today.
Wall paper never sold so cheap as
George iSutcIiffe is selling it now.
Mrs. Mollie Sommers, of Denver, is
visiting her friend. Miss Evangeline
There wouldn't he a great deal of
kicking if this weather lasted all
Another ear of stoven will be in at
Huckstae It's tomorrow. See them
before yoti buy.
My entire stock must go before
Jan. 1, if I must give it away.
Gentleman, see the new f;J..r)0
shoes at the Uost on. Well worth
for style and quality.
'Squire H-iwes was taken sii Idenlv
ill this morning, but was reported '
better this afternoon. I
Friend-i.f S. mi th l'ark chapel are
invited t iii oyster stippci and social
Friday evening, ().-t. 27.
K. S. Burn ham & t'o's. dam bouil
lon, the i.il.l drink, samples at
Hess Br-u.-'.. free f charge.
A few ::. -iv .f tiio.M copper v. ali
boilers let; at $!.?' that is les than
wholesale II 1 .k.-taei t .
Blanket, comforts, pillow.-, mat
tresses be-t assortment, iu tmvii,
prices the lowest. Huekstsedt.
Mrs. H. S. I r.tser, of Indianajolis,
has returned home, after three davs'
visit to her father, I". I,. Mitchell. "
Notice the change of ad. for the
Boston, iu regard to the new &J..V.)
line of men's Sn? shoes worth $".
For Sale -Twa god delivery hor
ses and wagons; apply at George
Sutclifl's. Hii and 14.U Second av
enue. Moeller Bro-.. hive received a car
load of fine 1! irbank potatoes. Leave
jour order- f r the same 2 j') Fifth
C. C. M I:::;ie ac-oii.;..inied by his
wife a:s-l -01, Willi.-, i ;; f ir their
new h n: :!, (. ;;!. ..:t. !..va, this
The I .: - ;...:;) ';tt : ,. u can be
f-uti-l ' 1 -.v;,".; n.ii.er
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whldi v.-1 . , t ;.i :. liralnu
for t li ;;r . .1 -pari m - ; ', sn
ag', ha- .' "ri I .
Our i!"A .'i t .-inn-- I lin-n beat
anything ever (i.tered before. l ine
calf, and th stales are elegant lac-j
or congre.-.-. The Bo.-ton.
James Given took out the first of
the new .-aloou licenses taday. It
permits him to run a saloon for six
months, beginning Nov. 1.
Mr. and Mrs. J C. Adams, of Chi
cago, accompanied by Miss fonnij
Adams, of llii.-oity, left this morning
for Nepon.-et t. visit relatives.
Tea, cofl.v or chocolate, with a fiue
dish of fre-b oysters and a few nice
fresh buns i- what make- a rich meal,
and to g '. the same go to Krell &
Are y o r '.Ldiing tin price on t!ie
parlor si.. t.., in ur window, drop?
It's gettit: lather hot and soon -ome
one wi!! drip onto n big ': trgalti.
II lick -t. 1 it..
A sin-:-U drive 0:1 boo!: lases.
sideboard- at: d extension tatde thi
week. Th- !;u.fe cut s d:ep, but c
must mow the goods. '. our term-.
Theolir- Wolf and Mi.-s Mary
Parker, of l'.:;:T.i!o I':-ii:ie, were mar
ried by .!'i Ig Adams mi h'S o;b:v at
the court. !: m.-e, t-l o'd '.; vestei
tlay after.'; ion.
M.S. Ii 'ioy, v liu isJ'.oiitieeted with
Maj. Mackenzie's engineer corps, has
moved his family to Hock Island,
and is now ;onifortahlv domiciled at
; 921 Ninth avenue.
j Theodore Siebert, who has been in
I Chicago for the past two months, re
j turned last evening to Kock Island,
t and will resume his position in Al
- Fleming's birber shop,
j The W. C. T. U. gave a supper at
' the Y. M. (I A. rooms last evening.
. A large number of people were pres
, cut and the aiTair is pronounced a
( success in every particular.
' John Albreeht and children desire
to express tlieir thanks to all v, ho
rendered them kindness in their
affliction, in the long sickness and
death of daughter and sister.
One of our prominent ladies says:
'The only fiiu.lt I have to find with
the Uiversidt Oak is that they last
, too long. I 11 never get a new stove
; if I wait for mine to wear out."
Do not pir, off buying your wall
paper. Wlx n you can buy so cheap,
buy it if you" keep It until next
spring. I mean business. Call and
see me. Gecrge .Sutdiffe, 142'. 1431
The order -iniereJ by Judge Bran
nan in the Scott county district
court, relating to the case of Robert
Gregg, charged with embezzlement,
is that the proceedings are dismissed
tor want of cadence to convict.
Miss Alice Bauer of Chicago, who
has been visi ing Mr. and Mrs. Lonis
Mosenfeldcr for some time past, re
turned to lur home this morning.
She was accompanied by Mrs. Alfred
Mosenfelder. The latter intends vis
iting the fair a few days.
The Tennessee Specialty company,
headed by the famous Memphis Jubi
lee quartet, will be at Russ hall, cor
ner of ritth street and Third avenue,
tomorrow evening. All who enjoy a
peformance by a troupe of good com
edians, singers and dancers are in
vited. Dr. Coffee will be at the Harper
house Thursday and Friday, an. if
you have any lisease of the" eye. ear.
nose or throat go and see him. He
treated many patients here last
month - some great cures. The doc
tor is a skillet operator and a suc-ces-fn!
man. Consultation free.
Why (i "s e erybody like Kiversi.ie
stoves!' Their ease of operation and
great, durability make them friends
wherever tried. New irons of the
best kind-, ami that only, with new
est machinery and skilled mechanics
at good wages tell the story. Patro
nize home industry and build up your
The novel m -thod adopted in the
introduction cf K. S. Burnham &
Go's dam bouillon at Hess Bro's
grocery, dias prjven not only popular,
but has served to familiarize a large
portion of our -eoplewho have taken
advantage of the opportunity af
forded, with the delightful beverage.
All who have rut tested this lucious
drink should io so while the offer
lasts, at Hess Pro's store.
While on a n-c- visit to Chicago
Mrs. J. K. u.nioali. (.resident of the
Bock Island : nd MoKne Amateur
Musical dull, conversed with the
manager for Mrs. CatlnTine Fi.-k.
who is re::irde 1 :ist!i (inest itHr'T
iti Chi'-ago, Cfclat: ve i . the ii:in-
gi.i.-li" i Li.'.y s
iu o, v, 1 t
Kim b.i'. i v :: - ri i i . i ; 1 ; , ,.,
t:"ie f:.n Mr.-, i i-k'.- m.i!i.cg'-r
eneel s!i.- vmii 1 l:'o lo M. I. .Ills
' til! :::: ei:i;.tg -tih :',t about Nov. 11.
and from this Mrs. Kimball is in
clined t think that the niusie-lovintr
people of the three cities will have
an opportunity to hear Mrs. Fisk in
Kock Island about that time.
Tt t -L. builders us.
lumber, brick, lime, cement, sand
whatever goes into the construction
of a building; they employ only the
best workmen and pay the best wages;
they get better prices for their work
than their less careful competitors,
and always get the best contracts ;
they paint theirwork with
manufactured by the " Old Dutch Pro
cess " of slow corrosion, and with one
of the following standard brands :
"Southern" "Red Seal"
For colors they use the National Lead
Company's Pure White Lead Tinting
Colors. These colors are sold in
small cans, each bem sufficient to
tint twenty-fe pounds of Strictly
Pure White Lead the desired shade.
J3 bra1,s of EtricUy Pure White Lead
end Nutionel Lead Co. s Tlnt.t.R Colors are
lor sale by the most ielialic dealers in paints
if you are going to paint, it will ray you
to iriij to us lor a book cor.tam.og informj
1 ti, t ""y save you many a dollar: u wiU
T.ly cc:t you a pival card to do so.
NATIONAL LEAD CO.,
1 Broadway, New Trr
Btats and Fifteenth Street
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J F- Montrose. .Mneor.
Saturday Night, Oct. 28.
The Wizard of the Lau-rhinr World,
CHAS. A LODER. in the Corn
ed v Creation,
ai.d re orittinbj
author of The
terpreted by a
pany of cmr
and tin1 ct r ; .
luc'udiri; Barry HilirtP, the t-et (er.or. tlio
hilarity rrl II:irry ShunK. Ct a. Ed
ard, ra:ti'y Mini l. nm I'.
A bevy of pr, tty -:rN n a ' iftMln,; lirny o'
-!:. on s i o t 2-i at Ila-p -r Hiriw pta--niacy.
IVirt- r.'r. 7."c aim ;i.
J. E- Montrose. -VUr.ager.
Thursday Night. Oct. 26.
For the benefit of the fun
loving public, the farcical
Presented with m iry r.ew aid glirtn; !
Pitcbcf, and a t
Company of Comedians
I'ml' r br Direi ti n ( f
MR. harrv rniM.irs.
Von Giivl ! V.mi eh : V04 Ko.ir:
Re?-rvci tea's on u,- at ll.ir.- r il Thar
inw ':(( - ."11 11 i 7 : .1
S sTOOVVK g 8
000 cr.r. das
Riverside Oaks, Riverside Ranges
Riverside Cooking Stoves,
(iarland Hard Coal Stoves.
The best eor:raent of Stove in the city.
1615 and 1AI7 -p. n1 ,.
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New Scale Kimball,
Hallet & Davis.
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Instrun sold on asy-
lime varjQi?riH. Vi ina
and acoHt-oii at half
815 SfrCODd Av
-Base Eall Headquarters. -
New Dress Goods
Il.I.rMINATEI jACjrAKD. lignred,
Illi;misatki Twills, choice assort
Mixn K) As:, ,.U!!
51 iiieh Hil!i
r.ienl that wil;
to buyers of l)rv (
1709 and!709i Second v.
Will be removed to the Columbia Store.
Where they will be sold at bankrupt pric;
FRANK G. YOU
We Underbuy Undersell Quick Sales.
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MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crape Cr?am of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
40 xXAKS TKL STANDARD.
rrocmding of l ast Evening Council
Citv Council Chambek, Rock Isl
ani. Oct. 2t. l-!93. The city coun
cil met in speci il session at 8 o'clock
p. m.. Mayor Medill presiding and
all the aldermen present except Ev
ans and Fickcnscher. The clerk read
the call for the meeting, which was
A. I). HuLsi i-, City Clerk You
will please call a meeting of the eitv
council to he In Id Oct. 1 . at S
p. m. for the pi rpose of considering
x proposition t pae Twcnt v-third
street. I'.y or ler of 1 . ,1. M.-dill.
t)n motion of Aid. I'.lade! tin clerk
was inst rueted to rend the proposi
tion of William Ficklen for t lie pav
injrof Twenty- hird street. at$l..ri
per si pu lire yard . and cu rhinjr cent s
per lineal foot.
'!"!; clerk also read a remonst rance
fr r:i property holders on Twenty
liurd street against the painj of
said street. thi year.
On motion of Aid. Kinner, Mr.
Ficklen was heard in support of his
After due deliberation Aid. Mauck
er moved tliat,a "tion be deferred un
til the next regular meeting.
Aid. Foss offered a substitute in
strtictinjf the miyorand city clerk to
enter into contr ict with Mr. Ficklen
for the javinj;of Twenty-third street,
the same to be done in accordance
witU plans and specifications on file
at the city clerk's ofliee, the con
tractor to ive bond with proper
sureties for the faithful performance
of the contract. The substitute not
havinjr received the necessary two
thirds vote, was declared lost, tiie
Ayes Schroeiler, Corken, Dauber.
Kennedy. Nelsoi , Foss G.
Noes Iloth, r.ladel." Kinner,
Mauekc.r, Ku.sclinann. Craruer 6.
Adjourned on motion' of Aid.
llladel. A. D. II jesinu. City Clerk.
moi'ntain i:t)-:;- ;
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niHiu-ntiy rcli- vr the -"r" c IL-nk ;
full iiirt ,r!,Ur- m.ii i-.l fr, r .Vil-e : n.Ki u 5'
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v!th a ri.-plete t"c'; f I":;
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STRASSER'S UNION BAND
Okchestka. Dwenpokt, Ia.
20 WEN 20
Mafllc f arnic hed for partiet. receptions, thea
tres etc. An excellent Strlti! Qmrtftt and yain
tctt fur reccntincs and eTening encertainmenu.
Jacob Stranger. Director: Henry Sindt Mana
ger. Kei-idence Telephoie So. ITS. DiTenport;
uffioe: Ilojt'a store and Turner Qui', Davenport.
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the nnert brands of doTestie
and imported eiirar. All brand? f tobacco.
The acora of all the ball games wi'l be received
L. OLOCKHOPP, Prop.,
1306 Second Avenue.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitte
House Heatincj and Sanitary Plumbing.
Wliil Other Dealers are Grumbling-About Hard Times
With the irresistible forct. of the many bargains they are offer
ing. You'll buy your overcoat of us if you see the immensity
of our stock. Youll be the nobbiest dressed man in town
after taking a peep through our suit stock, and youll save a
day s wages on either a suit or an overcoat when you learn
We can prove that we have the best stock of Underwear in town. That we are head
quarters for Boy s wearing apparel is a conceded fact.
Shoe 8tore 1?04 Second avenu-
LaiKc3i o.iuc duu iiotning btores in Rock Island uouni
Clothiae Sror 1729 Second Avenue, 116-122 Eightieth 5"