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THE AllGUS. TIIUKSDAV,. OCTOBER 26.18U3.
Crazy Fatch" tonight.
Try Thk Akuus want column.
Houses for rent ly E. II. Guycr.
Fresh oysters at KroM & Math's.
Oysters and celery at Buncher's.
Grapes by the 1asket at Buncher's
Grapes 22c per basket at
. Gcorpe Schafcr took out his saloon
license for the next six months, to
nave vmi truMt into icose cream
All kiii'l- of new dried fruit at Fa;
Furs, furs, furs, at Lloyd & Stew
This season's ln!k olives at Bun
Fresh tish tomorrow at Buncher's
"Crazy Patch'' tonight at Harper's
Oysters served in any style at Krell
& Math s.
Oysters by the can or dish at Krell
The finest quinces of the season at
Choice eating and
Clam bouillon free
Monroe Koh has gone to St. Louis
Ice cream or oysters at Krell &
Burns vs. Moth at Harper's theatre
and pears at
all this week at
J. V. Hay went up to (icnesco
day on business.
What! Why th..s,. fur Lloyd
Stewart are showing.
v.oiiiraeior vtiiiiani nckien
turned to Chicago today.
Buy apt ons from the gentlemen at
the South Park social tonight.
William Latlin and family leave
for Waukeeua. Kan., this evening.
Dancing school Friday afternoon
and evening, at Standard club rooms.
Passig has a nice display of choice
fruit and vegetables always on hand.
Wrestling match at Harper's thea
ter. Burns vs. Moth, tomorrow night.
Tickets for tomorrow night's
wrestling match may be had at the
narpcr house pharmacy.
Benjamin Whitsitt, of Preemption,
was in the city this morning on his
way home from Chicago.
Have you. seen our line of furs?
Never have we shown as large a va
riety before. Lloyd & Stewart.
Have ' you made up your mind
about fur capes. Lloyd & Stewart
have all the new shapes and stvies.
The B. Y. P. V.. of the First Bap
tist church, will give a social in the
parlors of the church this evening.
All the latest songs, with no end of
new and catching specialties in the
"Crazy Patch." at Harper's theatre
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Adlcr left for
San Francisco last evenin , after a
Tisit to Mr. and Mrs. Kli Mosenfelder,
in the city.
i traveling band that looked a if
it might have made a premature, de
parture from tho Midway was on the
Mrs. F. W. Weaver returned to her
home in Geneso today, after a visit
with her husband, who is engaged in
The young ladies of the B. Y. P.
U. of the First Baptist church w ill
give a turkey dinner in the church
parlors Dec. 13th.
The Jones musical family will ap
pear at the town hall. Milan, tomor
row evening, under the auspices of
the M. E. church.
Miss Ormsby, of Davenport, was
iu the city today to consult. Dr. Cof
fee about her cars. He operated on
You are all welcome to a cup of
Burnham & (!o's. clam bouillon all
this week. Call ;n Hess Bros, and
try the delicious drink.
Henry Will m s. Henry Schmiclau
inn Alinrew nermann runmosoil a
party of fisherman that went up to
Watertown thU morning.
Moth, the ch'inipion Grcaeo-Uoman
wrosller of America, vs. Burns,
challenger, c.itch-a-eaU h -can of the
world, at H.irper's theatre tomorrow
'c !, coffee or chocolate wi'h a fine
'--'m of fresh oysters and a few nice
iresh buns in wl'cil makes u rich meal,
and to get the same go to Krell &
The wide-awake, piNhiug, active
man is selling Riverside stoves,
Why? Because he finds them the
best sellf rs, and that Lhev nve the
best satif faction.
If you are fond of the uproariously
funny style of comedy with plenty of
specialty business, you should "not
fail to seo "Crazy Patch" at Harper's
t neai re u night.
mirnn: m e io. oi .New lork, are
treating everyone who visits Hess
Bros, store with a cup of clam bouil
loii. It !s a delicious drink and vou
are invited to try it.
tlairvovaut Madam LaMoss, of
Boston, is located at 1112 Third ave
line, for a short time; wonderful rev.
elations o' past, present and future;
call anil lie convinced.
Keserve your tickets at the Harper
nous,? iru urug store tor tho wrest
ling match at Harper's theatre
kets '';. .50, 75 and 1. Moth vs.
Hood's Sarsaparilla is
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEARS THl STANDARD.
within the bounds of reason because
it is true; it a ways appeals to the
sober, common sense of thinking
people because it is true; and it is
always fully substantiated by en
dorsements which, in the financial
world would be accepted without a
moment's hesitation. I
Hoods pills cure liver ills, consti
pation, bilioiuness jaundice, sick
Advertked List No. 43.
List of letters onc illed tor at the postoffice a
Rock Island, 111., Oct 26. 1898:
Anderson Anton Larson H M Mrs
Beck ey Jake McFornear .lames
Brumir.ird KG Mckols Kred
Butlar Hubert Owens V E
Barker Lnreore M irs Verk K H
Olnre Benrie Misa k ichey Alice IS rs
llaynesl) 8a'ley H
Mill Mamie Mrs htecuer I. F
OableAl Stiepel William
Kay Tillic Mrs Wilson Burt is II
j Totrenre prompt delivery, letters-thould be
addressed to street and r umber. f '.
I Jon s W . Potter, Postmaster.
Burns ton orrow night.
A. h. Knickerbocker, lornierlv of
Iiock Island, now in charge of the
sample roc m of the Hotel Murrav at
Omaha, is in Rock Island accompa
nied by his wife, calling on old
friends on his wav home from Chi
Wagner's opera house in Moline
had a Most call from" fire vesterdav.
The roof caught lire from sp'arks from
the stack, 1 tire having been kindled
to test a newly repaired boiler, and
the roof was damaged bv flames and
the scenery bv water to the extent of
Supt. K. S. Wright and General
Koadmastet John Traoev, of the Ka.
cine & Southwestern division of the
M. v St. 1 . railway, were in the
city yesterday on a tour of inspec
tion. They "left this morning in
their speeia" car coiner east from Sm-
W. S. P.dcock, the well-known
citizen of Cc rdova, has received an
appointment from the department of
ricaUure, which will reouire his
residence in Chicago hereafter.
Mr. Pidcock is capable and indus
trious; is a eeilial fellow ncrsiinnll v
:tnd beyond nil is a good democrat.
He will move his family to Chie.i.
Dr. Coffee, the1 oculist, arrived at
the Harper house last night, ami his
rooms have Ven crowded with the
deaf and blird todav. There was a
gentleman tame in from 20 miles
south of hen this morning who had
been deaf 10 y oars, and returned home
this afternoon almost completely re
stored. Dr. Coffee will be here until
John C. T.iomas, aged .iD years,
died yesterday morning of heart dis
ease at his home in Illinois City. Mr.
Thomas enjoyed the distinction of
being the first1 child born in Illinois
City, and had jlircd there for nianv
ycars. He is survived by his wife
and nine chik'.ren. The funeral ser
vices were held at 10 o'clock this
morning frori the U. B. church in
j Observer F. J. Walz furnishes in
formation relr ting to the month of
November lor a period of 22 years.
showing thei mean temperature to
have leen 3!): the warmest Novem
ber being that of 187S with an aver
age of 42 and the coldest that of
lKO with an average of .11. The
The highest temperature duriu anv
November w;U that on the 1st. 1S78
when it, was 7 ; the lowest oecurrin"
on the 2sth, Imu. at 10 below. The
average mini er of cloudless .lavs
was 0; partly .-loinly 10; cloudy 11.
Joslin. over the river from Angell's.
is building : fair ground. " Coe.
Zunia, Albany, all the little sidetrack
places down ii there, can get up suc
cessful fairs. They do not need any
town around. The fair managers
just locate in the woods, on the bot
tom, on a plateau or anywhere, stick
up a lot of red bills, and a crowd
gathers, everybody gets a prize, and
everybody votes it a socecss, and
goes again next year, and takes his
sisters, cousin-;; aunts, uncles, par
ents and all h s other relations, in
cluding his wi e. Geneseo News.
The Moline Dispatch the other eve
ning contained a communication to
the effect that T. H.Thomas had been
rewarded by Governor Altgeld for
political suppirt by appointment as
one of a runmi ttee to select live per
sons from its own membership, from
which live the goternor was to select
three members of the state board of
pharmacy. Mr. Thomas stales that
in the first place he ha received no
such appointment, and secondly that
not having de-erted the republican
state ticket in the last campaign he
could not accept honor from the op
position. Ev.ilently some one is
having fun vith the Dispatch at
Local World Fair Visitors.
Will Griffin left last evening for the
William McKnirv is home from the
W llliam Jackson and wife, left thi
morning for Chicago.
Mrs. James Montgomery is in Chi
cago seeing the sights.
Adair Pleasants has returned from
a flying visit to the fair.
o. ik iaviorand son, John, went
to Chicago this morning.
James J. La alle went to Chicago
last evening to see the fair.
Louis Knglin ami wife returned
last evening from the fair.
Hans Schroeder is in Chicago tak
ing in the sights of the fair.
Mrs. Vogel and daughter. Miss An
nie, returned last evening from the
Harry Hengstlcr returned la
evening from a pleasant visit to the
Mrs. 1-. K hrough and Miss Anna
Huesing returned from tho fair last
c v emng.
Dr. J. K. Hollowbush, accompanied
by his mothir. left for Chicago this
Mrs. Nettie Thompson aecompa-
men ny tier motiier, .Mrs. Margaret
IvcClaire. left for Chicago this morn-
On his return from the fair. Clark
H. Connelly, of Sious Citv. Iow.
"topped off today to visit "his par-
nts. He leaves for his home this
Edward Haves, of South Hock Isl
and, having been elected a delegate
from Nohle lodge No. 1. A. O. V. W'.,
to go to Chicago to participate in the
workmen tiav observances Oct. 2
"in ieae ior t. 111 cago tonight, ac
companied by his daughters. Misses
Daisy and Grace Haves.
HOOT AS D RRASCH,
the poison in your blood, however it
niity conic or whatever shnpe
it ir.nx be taking, i-s cleared away
ly 1 ?r. IV-ce's tiul.l, a Medical Dis
covery. It's a remedy that rouses
eviry orpaa iuto lieuitliful action,
puri.ii-s iui.l eiii iilx s tbe blood, and
tlirou b 1. d.'.insci. mid invigorates
tlw wb .!. s.;.-ste;n. Salt-rheum, Tot
ter, 1'. 7 :u 1 HrvsiiM'las. Boils, Car-bunt-U-s.
Kalnrg.ii C' lands, and the
worst Sen tin ions iSores and Swell
iuf, rc H-rltTtlyand jiorniauently
cured try it.
tTnli!;e tln (.rdlniry Pprinp med
icines or s;ir.:;i:iT .iia.s, tho Iiseov
ery "" works c;ualiy woli nt all seas
ons. AH the year round and in all
cases, it is rmamnti-rd, as no other
blooil mctlieine is. If it ever fails
to U i...iit or cure, yon liave your
money tmck. You pay only for the
gooti you pft. .
Isn't it s?.'e to say that no other
bliKl - puri!:cr can be "just aa
good 1 j .
IX it were, wouldn't it be sold so I
RK yOTJ IS NEED? j
wnt a cook
Want board crp
Want a partner
Want a flna'ion 1
T.'ant to rent rooms
Want a rrrvant R-rl
Want to wll a farm
Want u cell a house
Want to rxcliarrc tittilair
W'ant te fpn hons. ht!d voxi
Want to niKkt any rcairsMtr l:ai!
Want to st !l r irsdf ter anyiblns
Want to find rus'omi m for anjthtnc
t"Sl THKsE COLUMN'S.
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Riverside Oaks, Riverside Ranges
Riverside Cooking Stoves.
Garland Hard Coal Stoves.
The bet a'ornt of Stove in the city.
lfil.t unit IOI7 rr"nl v.
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New Scale Kimball,
Hallet & Davis.
Instrarcnta gold, on asy
limrji pajmtiiH. Vi lins
and acordfon at half
815 Srcond Ay
-Base Eall Headquarters.-
I LI. r M I N A TK-I J T W I Ll ,
ii;K. r iN!Kj:;; I
to huyers ,,f l v ,
1709 and 17094 Second,
OF 1 HE
Will be removed to the Columbia Store,
Where they will be sold at bankrupt prices
FRANK G. YOUNG
We Underbuy Undersell-Quick Sales.
rHK DAILY AiiGUS DELIVEUED AT YOV'R '
door every eTeuine lor lSc per wn k. ,
STRASSER'S UNION BAND
Okcuestka, Davemukt, Ia.
20 MEN 20
Music tarnished for pa'tieB. receptions, thea
tres etc. An exrcl ent Suinc Quarttt and Quin-
iwr retrcoiionp ana evening entenainmentfi. j
Jacob straoBer. Director: Henry Sindt. Mana-I
ger. Keiieocc 1 elephoi e No. Ka. D.Tenport; j
iflloe: Ilojt'e Store and Turner Dali, laven,ort. I
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on Hand the tn4 brand of don-esric
and imiKr.d cicar. All brands tt tobneco.
The .core of all the hall game wi') be received
L. OLOCKHOPP, Prop.,
1S08 Second Avenne.
Domestic Su .
with a replete stock of Fa;!
ami Winter Suitings at No.
1707 Second avenue, in the
store formerly occupied hv
II. 1). Folsoru.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitte!
House Heating and Sanitary Plumbing.
While Other Dealers are GromMing About Hard Times
With the irresistible force of the many bargains they are offer
ing. You 11 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. 3
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. -
M Largest Shoe and Clothing Stores in Rock Island Cour.iv
b hoe Store U 04 Second avenu cirhi., . k
Clothiujr Stor 1729 Second Avenue, 116-122 Eighteenth!