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fmy jonr water mL .
Hot peaaata at Boro'e.
Uw Bert a Beeord foar.
Lunch at the Star toatgat.
All kiada of trait at BoroV.
Fine freestone peaehea at Boro'n.
Free lunch at the Star aloon to-
Nice Japanese . persimmon at
No lut. no imok with the River-
tide Oak. Why?
S. K t)tirnl to Chicago lat
aight on lU!inrpi.
If you try Bent on Record flnr,
job will have no other.
Mr. F. W. "Freeman returned iaM
evening (mm Woodhull.
(rand ovter lunch at Holdrf
Niagara aaloon Satnrdav night.
A. C. Part and Milo Lee left laat
averting (or Chicago on business.
Attend the dance at Ru' hall Sat-
ardav ntht. Nor. 11. AdniUsion
See the champion dancer at Foot
IIoliI.rf ortcr lunch Saturday
lioartd enjor the big lunch- at Jack
Martin ample room tonight. All
kind of game.
Leave four order for hard wood
aith II. II. Kimball, at ritj wale
Mwnl ready (or r-torc.
LomU bnilrer ia back in the M
K. ibe More deartment after a
week ttiiIe with pleunr.
Attend the Klug-Ilaidrr-MhwcnU
er lrv t.ood Co'a. cloak ale, lie-
ginning with Monday. Nor. 13.
The Social Ji. of Kim ctrett. will
give their grand private mavqucrade
ball at the Armory hall this evening.
tkar.N'n v k Ha: ley are now located
ia their riew quarter, the Car!e
building. 1'1 and 151" ccrnd arc.
Attend :Le i.Tan.1 ball to lie given
at Kik-Im-' hail tomorrow uiht.
.T'u krt i rti!. Mnic br Hlcuer's
tieor'- Vi'a-niT. Jr returned to
MuM'atine :hi morning, after a
couple of i!aj' !it with parents in
UTi citv. " '
Tr"f. U J. miih and lrother a ill
furnib vkaI and inftrn mental muic
at Foot ll"MrO ovter lunch Sat-
The lad!e auxiliary of the V. M.
C. A. will have a linen and fancy
work Kale Nor. St. at the residence
of C. H. Kinyon.
Mr. and Xlr. George T. Williams,
f lenver. who hare been making an
extended risit to lr. and Mrs. J. K.
llollowbu?h. left last evening for the
The Legion of Honor Normal Bible
alats will meet for its second lesson
AU evening at 7:3 in the United
Presbyterian church. All are invited
The wrestling match between
-Farmer" Martin Burns and Charles
Moth occur at the Turner Grand
opera houe at tarenport tomorrow
John Silvis !a purchased of Eob
ert Monroe, of Moline. his 4-year-old
standard pacer. Wiiltuont, "a well
ated horse with a good resord the
Bca White entertained the Kock
Island High school base ball club at
Bis home. ilS Twentr-third street,
last ereninj from t to 1.'. Kefroh
aient were sirred, and an erening o(
anboumled pleasure pcnt by the
The Rock Island V. M. C. A. is ar
ranging (or something unusually at
tractive in the way or a meetipg
tomorrow. Rer. Alexander Patterson
will deliver an address. A quartette
composed I. )Icssr. Dodge. John'
on. Chamberlain and Collins, will
C (J. Peek has notified the mem
bers of Company B. of IavenHrt. of
at mammy to serve as its captain,
his busine requiring bis aosence
from the eitv. and has reriirncd the
office with regret. An election will
be held next Friday evening to select
On aceoun: ef not being able to
get Best on I.ecord dour ouiiMied fat
enough t t rlers. (ieorge W. As.
terfclo. wre ominei tu aith
draw tbrir ad. The have now made
arrangements br a h'ch Iber will be
al to r.n orders rmptly. Ask
ronr grocer tr it.
Aid. Kusehmann tit.' that the
I'aioa i gvillty of a gross slander
wkea it asserts that he gave otter
aace to anr profanity at the Central
engine hons-- Wednesday in response
to the reception accorded him by the
dog kept there, on the visit with the
Minneapolis municipal party. Mr.
MOST -PERFECT MADE
A pore Crape Ocarn o' Tartar Powda. t-rct
Aaaj AavnoniSy AKtra or arty othar aduHsrant.
40 YIAXS TKl STAN9AJU).
If air of kla do-akip, aar4 r4re klaa
raaaored froai the premise, that waa
aJL . ' -
At 4 o'clock vesterdar afternoon
death claimed John, tkedafaataon of
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Tbompaon, aged
7 months and 10 days, ol brain lerer.
The funeral will be held from the
home of the grief stricken family.
110. Second avenne. at 2 oY lock to
Todar is the second .annircrsarv
of the atlvent of Dolly Bros', shoe
tore in Rock Island, and the boys
feel highly elated over the success
which they have gained through
tneir integrity and close application
to business. Theralso wish to thank
the public (or their hearty support
and hope in the coming year to in
crease the host of friends which
thev now hare.
A SUBMERGED CITY.
" Kmm C Ity Disc-wre b
On the coast of Portniral U to K
found tho aub-nrcrA(1 nf f '. A
brlga or Troya, as the Portuffucso of
to-day call it. and which is said to
bare been built br the Rnnunt
the sita of m tmn riinJil k. K-i
Pko?niciana It was oaiy by accident
at the beginning of this century that
the city waa discorered. A fish.
man pursuing his avocation along
ue roast waa astonisbod to see the
Walls Of houses rtartiallv atandlnir
and well pared streets under the
water of the bay of Sines, and he
soon communicated the wonderful
news to the inhabitants of Se tubal.
On examination they found a city in
part submerged and running in to
ward the land. A society was formed
ander the nroWwtinn of th
meat to make inreetjgations. They
,vmm. ua i tic ciiy ama stooa on a
strip of land nine miles long by three
wide, bounded on the south by the
bay of Sines, on the north by the
rirer ado. and opposite was SetubaL
Erery old record was searched, and
at length it was surmised that the
newly discovered city must hare
been Cactobrix or Otohrip. from
Chance notices br old writers, hut
nothing was known of its history or
iaic Anoincr city submerged by
the sea for 1.0 9 rears has iust re.
appeared above the waters. The
town of Haigen. north of Ning Po.
u China, was completely orer
whelmed durinir the Sun dmut.
and lay buried fill quite recently.
woeo me sea gradually receded, and
exposed the remains of buildings.
Km Maa Aalast a Mh.
In February. 1S4. when the
French capital was in the throes of
rcrolution. a mob surrounded the
hotel ue Ville and menaced the ae
liberations of the assembly, which
was sitting within. At the Theatre'
Bistorioue. where Chatean-Renaud.
a French actor of no great conse
quence at the time, happened to be, he
neara oi tne turmoil, and a bright
thought came to him. He put on
the costume of a representative of
the people in the Tear 179& Then
he Lunted nn an ' white horse.
mounted it. and. with a small crowd
at his heels, rode straight to the
hotel de Ville and through the mob
wnicb was shouting about its doora.
Dismounting, be went into the halL
where Lamartine was presiding.
"Citizens," be shouted. ' deliberate
in peace! No one shall come ia
while I am here!" He went out and
remounted his white horse, and no
one did come in. One fantastically
attired man, with a terrible counte
nance, had completely overawed the
crowd, which probably would have
defied successfully a regiment of
Foter, the St. Joseph weather
prophet, has sent out a prophesy to
the effect that more severe wea'ther
than usual will occur (rom Nor. 24,
to Dec. 9. and immediately following
this period a severe cold 'wave may
be expected. Winter storm, waves
will cross the country about Nov.
2'i and Dec. I and 7. January
weather will be of unusual interest.
Oat ef taa rrtar lata taa fire.
DKTIW1T. ?"ov. 1 1. Stonewall JatJuon
de France, wbo has beta held here on a
charge o( complicity In the noted Perria
kidnaping case, hs Iwen released. He
was held to await the extradition of
Suspect Kennedy from San Francisco, but
Kennedy was released. o Vi franca will
tie discharged. Ue France ia wanted la
Chicago, St. l'aul, K itamasoo, Mich., and
other Cities oa thai Ksol forgery. He goes
to Kalamasoo next.
- Life is Biatr
To many people who hare the taint
oi scroiuia in their blood. The
agonies caused by the dreadful run
ning sores and other manifestations
of this disease are beyond descrip
tion. J here is no other remedy
eual to Hood's Sarsaparilla for scro
iuia. sail rniima and every form of
blood disease. It is reasonably sure
to benefit all who give it a fair trial.
Hood's Tills cure all liver ills.
Uirht rain Katnrtlav afternoon ,r
night, clearing and decidedly colder
Sunday. A moderate cold wave,
temiM-raturr below trcezing.
r. 4. niu, voscrrer.
Wart a Paaale taa Maaey.
Send at once to John Sebastian, G.
T. A.C. K. I. P. K. K., Chicago.
111., and receive, postage paid, the
slickest deck of cards yon ever han.
died Only 1U cents per pack. In
stamps or coin.
Jew rriatlac -
The best and quickest work for the
money in the city. T. H. EiXis,
1321 Second ayenue.
, Telephone, 1086. ; '
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
. trie, electro-thermal, etc.. may
be obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Rooms, on the first floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladies From 9 a. m. to
li ni. oaf week days. For Gen-
tlemen From 6 a." m. to 7:30 a.
m., and from 2 p. m. to 9 p. ni.
on week days. On Sundays the
rooms will be oien from 6 a. m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electric . and Electro-thermal '
baths may be obtained at any
time during- business hours.
Gymnasium connected with bath
Bcrtis C;:ra K::s8,
Sunday EveniLg. Nov. 12.
JOSEPH AKTHER'S Roiiaatic
Comedy D ama.
The Still Alarm.
Aalhur of "Blae Jrn" and Coni Cnrkcr.
Tte otig 1 New York Cominjr.
Tbc orisiral tnioed cicml fire hors s: An es-
celent cumpacy mO wmderfu! mtrbtneal ef
frcu ! A car load of rcn ry
Prir a-SllMLTX fA H .
J. E- Montrose. Manager.
Tuesday Xiglii. Nov. 14.
Special Enaemcnt aul First
Appearance Here of
In Urr Own Aipttion from the G.-imaa
of Sirhird Dok.
Becrved test, on sale Nor 11 at Harocr Houee
rbarmary. Frier aoc, ic fl and f 1 .10.
Nora On account of he powerful argument
for. aad of tae appealing asm directly to wonwn,
"Claire-' hae been vtyled by aa eminent critic
"a woBwn play. ' It will be f juad of abeorbins
Itlerest to Mi- Vorrie rreateet admirers, ker
crtis C;:ra i:::i2f
f? a e a v
SSS T O O V V KB
A a irtr as
T OO V BEE
Riverside Oaks, Riverside Ranges
Riverside Cooking Stoves.
Garland Hard Coal Stoves.
The bct aora;nt of Stove ia the cite.
1IS aa II7 SS'eama A.
PSSS tl a m uiri
P r II AA NO os 'a
PIlAAMNNn n A
II A A If Iff a O O SSSS
II AAA X X J o o a
II a a w w t ti a
ii a a a a ooo
New Scale KimbalJ,
Hallet & Davis.
Tuesday Night. Nov. 14
FELIX MORRIS, in three great
The Old Musician,'
in ime Act I rom tne rrenrb. by Felix Mor
ri. followed by
A Comedy Farce In Two Ac's, from the
Uer.aan.by Minnie Madden
In One Act. by Burea-.cnt:.
n!,iwtnri 11 .4. 1 m. i . .
e J ' " ' v. w ruu.yn. tfauc IU-
art. Jean Coye. Florence Wood, Sara Stafford.
Abba cowell. Arthur Hyron. Kendall Weeton.
w. 1 . Doo.tontiiie. Frank B. Hatch. Leichtoa Ba
ker. F. J. WilOT bwilpMil Tk
No adeance ie price.. Stats at rinkee. Tele
aCerine from silaccu pecalw to their ccs can
I ha reliahl nteiM r --a . m .
manenUy rehere the worst cases. Book trivia
uit parucaian Batiea free. Addrea.: atooai a
Whliaher Block. Davenport.
I8etran:rit eold on easy
time yy me-nt. Violins
and jccortl-on at half
i8l5 Stcond At
.-Base Ball Headquarters. -
s e V T
CiRar Store aad Billiard Parlor.
Always on lAad the Inert brands of domeatle
aad imported Clear.. AH brand A Tobacco.
Tbe eetmi af all the ball games wi'l be received
L. OLOCSBOFF, Prop.,
IffM Second ATeane.
S si Ss Si
Great xew Goods
Redaction Sale in
Is on. Cloaks
Every thing Dress Goo
In every Blankets.
Department We save
Goes at a You Money.
Discount. Come allium
Continuing all Week to Make Room for Our
500 yds black cashmere from
17c to 55c, former price 30 to 70o.
. 800 yds shirting at 4, 5 and 6c '
a yd. Elsewhere 8, 10 and 121c.
100 pairs ladies' black wool
tnittens, at 12c, worth double.
Ribbons! Ribbons! at greatly
reduced prices. ltaby ribbons
lc per yard.
Gents' J hose from 5c up.
Children's black hose oc, c,
Children's black wool hose, 12c,
15c, 20c, 25c.
Ladies'1 black cotton hose, every
pair warranted, fast black, 7c,
10c, 12c, 15c, 25c.
' Ladies' woolen hose, 15c, 20c,
25c to, 45c.
We also have a line of ladies'
odd sires at low prices, and car
ry a full line of gents and ladies1
knit underwear. v
Larc -jint ira Luw
ree pots at lot. ir. y 1 a ';E .
100 galvaniz'-cl irin wa-bis'C
Xo. 2 at 5e, worth xv
tign room barj;n-'i xtra"r.Iii!
100 galvanized in.ii U ,.".
ter pails at 19c. K;nh.reV
email int siove o- ap
f-ize, 78c, worth Jijuld
quick, quantity limitt-d.
Large lot Jajann-J coal
ets at 17c as lon: a thv last.
A lot of Xo. S flat b...ti..m
kettles, nickel plat .1 on c m'
Job lot of I bu. ruta-ure?. Jj.
panned, 15c. Else whore, 45c.
-Genuine Imported." EE;'.':i
semi-porcelain din nor et. c
f 70, worth 12.
Being crowded to the roof. w I
must hare the room.
a. YOU1NG, Proprietor. 1728 Second It.
Domestic Su. tings
with a replete stock of Fall
and Winter Suitings at Xo.
1707 Second avenne, in the
store formerly occupied by
II. D. Folsom.
J. F. BmcimeLD.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters.'
House Heating and Sanitary Plumbing. Basement Rock Island Xat. Baai-
Are showing decidedly the besil largest, finest, most perfect
fitting line of Tailor-made
They are the finest in the City. When you see a neat
trim-looking Overcoat you can wager it comes from us.
That's the kind and only ones we carry. No old styles,
everything new. CORRECT PRICES. In fact, the lowest
on record. Inspection invited.
Largest Shoe and Clothing Stores in Rock Ishnd County.
; ; ; : : Clbthla. 8ton 7 EmosI Avtzz, Qshtemth St.
tibo ftcw 1804 8ecos4 tniB