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hi THEARQOS, MONDAY, AUGUST 27, 18JJ4. - - - CITY CHAT. Bay m borne of Kel.lj Bros, lapnra with Horsing St Hocft. Alfrttl iHnbcr leave tomorrow for tlait to Omaha. The public schools resume one week from tomorrow. Otto I!ntcr hns returned from 2 weikV tj at Mackinac. ThU is tires pomli week at MoCabc Bros. evervUxlj invited. Lurce full tze lanterns 15o each this week at McCabe Hros'. Trj our Wr nr-rvit.tcrs bet school hoc va earth at lollj Bros. Moner to loan on real estate secur ity. Applj at Jackson & Hurst's. The famous royal hose snpporters iur mi sizes at Mt'im vre-Ucck Co. Al!ie Bear, of Monmouth, spent uu.Ut with hi pit-cot in Kock U anl. The furnishing pood firm of Soni ers & La Velio will njen its store next Saturdav. Mr. V. S. Fulrmr anl children hare pone to Huron. S. 11., on a visit to relative. Oiids and ends in hildrens school shoes poinjj nt preat.lv reduced prices at Doll v Bros. If yon want to pet bargain in children's shoes vi-it Dolly Bros', bargain counter. Messrs. Charles McIInph and Thomas Vciteh hpt-nt yestcrdav with relatives BtTi.-kUwa. W. J. Spohr. formerly of Kock Isl and, but now of Chicago, is in Kock Islnndm a visit to friends. The Brownie enameled pins are !e at Mclntire-Keck Co. Ak to see the new styles in belt buckles at 2."c. Greatest bargains of a bargain year in both imported and American Ires rtds this week at McCabe Bro'. The pram! opening sale of foreign novelties and tinet American dress pood now this week at McCabe Bros'. Char!1 Eufor !. of Chicago, spent yesterday in Kock Island, having iut returned from an outing at Mackinac. Only two pros (28) lanterns at 15c apiece at McCabe Bros. Best lull si. -, may not la.-t long. One to a customer. The Kick Inland plow works have more pattern workers employed now than at any time before, an" indica tion of a good winter Mason in the shops. tieorge Martin, the great-hearted, whole-s .uled ti.i.f clerk at the Kock Island b'u j a happy parent, a son having arrived to gladden his home atnr:ay night. The infant .-on of Mr. and Mrs. C'har.'e Yoiingbc rg died at 5 o'clock Saturday afternoon. The funeral occurre'l at 2 oVloel. t!ii afternoon from the residence, j jh 1'ourth ave nue. John Chary, son and daughter, who have been visiting William Mc. F.nlry aiid family. left this morning for I'.;ini. Mis."., their summer rt" sort, their home being at New Or leans. Brier f,f gents' white shirts badlv slaughtered at Melntire-Keek Co. ft line, T.'.c, the Tje line ,rOc and the nc kind 13c. Exceptional values and no time like the present to lav in a supply. Mrs. Kaiherine Srhenernian, of South Kock If-land. was examined liefore a jury in tho county court Nat tir 'ay afternoon as to her" sanity. Thwjury returned a verdict to the effect that she was not in.sane, but artbjoct to outbursts of temiMT. Judgo Lurir.n Adams, Maj. II. C. Conneily, Col. Henry Curtis, Hon. Y. II. (iest and J. T. Kn worthy left last evening for Jacksonville to" rep resent the Kock Island County Bar association at the funeral there of Judge Wilkinson this morning. Rudy's Pile Suppository is gunran teed to enre piles ami constipation or money refunded. Fifty cents per box. Send stamp for circular aud freevamplo to Martin Kudv, Lancas ter. Fa. For sale bv T. II. Thomas and Hart & Bahnsen, druggists, Bock Island, III. Tomorrow will be temperance day at the ulclhodist camp grounds, and several of tho W. C. T. U. will go out on the ear, meeting at the Har-j-r house corner at :i0. The ner vier will be at lOi.li) in the mornin and 2 o'clock in the afternoon. Th afternoon address will bo givn bv Kev. W. A. i:i.sS. Trof. J. B. Mlsson. of New York, teacher of a new system of garment Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. DR, r CREAM MOST PERFECT MADE A pure Crap Oeam M' Tartar Powder. Free i Ammonia, Aium or any ewer adulterant. P YiA&S TKk CTANDA&D. CUttinif. is in thn r!ta nn. in .n.v D - ' J 1 . au CI inr of f. C. Hnnrvo t,n .;t v,-. - , " , i i ... handsome compliment, referring to his idea and general system as well as his stock as equal to the best he had seen anvwhere in the country. i . . nu superior to tne general run of merchant tailors. Tho Young Men's Christian asso ciation will offer to voung men a Coropletelv eouinoe.l nhrsirsl dun.rl 1 II I . I - ment thin season in addition tn othor attractions. It has been decided to nt up the gymnasium at onco and se- coro a competent instructor. Bids will Ih invited on apparatus and the ";.iu is aireauy m correspondence vitk . . . I 1 ... " iuaii io lase cnarre oi tne work. Manager Charles T. Kindt, of the aicn lower ana isurtis opera house, is in New York eomnliinw !. .. .. . 1 S ins iisi oi attraction at the Burtis this winter. The stories of tho dis solution of the lira, of Kindt & Beck er of the Burtis. as a result of the Americnss" production, are like many other rumors that have been pedaled about of late, mere rubbisn. Assistant Surgeon General E. S. Bowman, of the Iowa brigade. Uni form Kank. Knights of Pythias, for merly of Rock Island, was one of last evening's passengers from Davenport to Chicago. At the latter city he joins a party of the western dele gates to the biennial meeting of the supreme lodge and encampment of the Uniform Rank of the order named. Camp Wide awake, at Black Hawk's Tower, where a dozen young ladies from this citv hava hepn rnaii..tinT . - . . .. and entertaining their Davenport mentis ior ine past lortnight, broke np J-ridny, and the members of the party are telling stories indicating that they had no end of a good time. They met with no mishaps and noth ing marred the pleasure of their out ing. Davenport Democrat. Charles Wilson, of Rock Island, is lying in a critical condition in Milan, as the result of a runaway accident. Mr. Wilson and his familv were driv ing out to the home of "his father, when the team became frightened and ran away, throwing them out nun injuring .Mr. v Uson about the bead and stomach so seriously that he eanuot be brought home. The wife and child were quite badly bruised. The weather bureau of the U. S. department of agriculture has, through Observer F. J. Walz. pre pared data compiled from the record of observations of the nfbnth of Sep tember for a period of 23 years show ing the normal temperature to have Jfen CS; the warmest September be ing that of 11 with an average of 7U: the coldest, that of Js;i, with an average of 6). Tin bbi-Kpt t,.Mr.,.r. ature daring any Septemlx;r was VC i . t . . , mi me un, isj: me lowest. 33. on the 27th. ls9. The average number of cloudless days was 11; partly cloudy. 12: cloudy, 7. I'ollrc 1'olnta. Odicer Ryan reports all the tele phone wires" about the Cable mansion as having been cut down and five of the windows opened sometime Satur day night. James Matthews and Frnnk Wil liams, two of the descendants of Weary Wiggins, were sent to the county jail for 10 days today charged with leing vags. Kdward Donahue was brought be fore Justice Weld today to answer to the charge of bastardy, preferred by a Moline girl. The case was con tinued until next Fridav. Frnst Marmen came in on the 3:15 Kock Island train from the east this morning. lie reports that at Joliet someone stole his grip containing his clothes and some book binding tools. John J. Lines is in Kock Island looking for Miss Olive Lines, of Sa vanna. Miss Lines left home last Wednesday in company, it is thought, with a picture eddle"r. The police arc on the lookout for her, and if found, she will be sent home. The case of Stephen O'Connor for violation of the wide tire ordinance came up before Justice Weld this morning, and a jury composed of John J. O'Connor. John P. Sexton, John D. Blake, K. L. Bailey, William Strwart, and (J. W. Battles, returned a verdict iinding the defendant not guilty. City Artarney Haas prose cuted and William McKniry appeared for the defense. The New o. 4. The new No. 4 school is rapldlv approaching completion, but it i"s not ready to be thrown open to the public yet. In order, however, that all may have an opportunity to in spect it before school opens, the board has decided to have the after noon of Labor day, Sept. 3, given over to the inspection of the new building when the public generally will be invited and made welcome to the building, which is one of the linest and largest ward buildings in the United States. To Cltue the System effectually yet gently, when costive or bilious, or when the blood is im pure or sluggish, to permanently cure habitual constipation, to awaken the kidneys and liver to a healthy ac tivity, without irritating or weaken ing them, to dispel headaches, colds or fevers, use Syrup of Figs. IO.60 to Indiana and Ohio Point. On Tuesday, Sept. 4. the Big Four route will run an excursion from Peoria to Cincinnati, Dayton, Colum bus and other points at a rate of 5. This makes rates from Rock Island f 10.60 for the round trip. Full in formation as to time of trains, routes, etc.. can be pbtalnod at the R. I. & P. depot, foot of Twentieth street. Aa I'aaraal Dlrorce Salt. A petition for divorce with some unusual features has been filed in the district court at Davenport. The plaiutilT is Marie Hinz, of Schleswig, Germany, and the defendant is Johannes F. A. HinE, of Davenport. Papers in the case include a tran script in German and an English translation of proceedings in the royal district court of Schleswig, aud arc signed by plaintiff and bear the teal of the German court. A de cree of divoren ia aiLil rn tho ground of willful desertion. The 1 u pie were marrica in scnieswig in 182 and have two children .Inaonh L. Haas, of this city, is attorney for piauiuii. awl , U iUAlflC, 8U lUUV UJO whole world seems wrong. That's the way you feel when your liver is inac tive. You need Doctor Pioree's Ploasnnt Pellets to stimulate it aud correct it, and clear up your system for you. You won't mind the taking of them tbny're so small and so n nt 11 ml in their effects. All that you notice with tbura is the good that ttwv do. In the permanent runrof Biliousness, Jaun dice, Constipation, Indigestion, Hour Stom achs, Dizziness, Sick or Bilious Headaches, and every liver, stomach, or bowel disorder, they're guaranteed to givo satisfaction, or the money is returned. Don't tinker nt your Catarrh with un known nie.Ucines. It's risky and dangerous. You may drive it to the lungs. Get the Remedy that has rurcii Catunh for vears and years Dr. Sago's Catarrh Remedv. The makers guarantee it to cure, or beueilt, in the worst eases. Intelligence Column. ftLX VOTJ IN KKKUT IF TOU Want mouey Wtnt enok Wstit boarders War.t a partmv Want a t'ttmtinn Want to rent rooms Want a servant eirl Want to sc'.l a farm Want to reil a hoone Wait to exch&r-gc anything Want t wli household roods Vt ai to la-any rcr.1 rotate I -ant War.t to soli or trade for anything Want to And customers for acyttung TH5 rA.Y AROrs DKI.rYTEHED ATTOrF coot every cvenine or 10c per wot k. ?OR KEST. TESTS. AT 309 FIFTEENTH . Mnet. w ATFI A ;MD tOOK. APPLY TO C. II. Deer , Molmo. M ISNOW9 FOR HAI.E BY W. at -4 Seventh avenue. II. BRAGOOS w & XT SO A CIRL FOR GENERAL UOUSE s, Ml Twcnty-tnird rtrett. w ANTED A OOOIJ OIRL FOR GESERAL l our-e wnr at lies t ml avenue. FOR FALE.-A GOOD FRESH MILCH COW and ialf. Luiulrc at 481 Third ttrist. WANTED-TO KOSROW ON'l THOUjiaXn " dol ar nt lx per rem for five jeurc. Good WANTED TWo GOOD TAR ME S TO LOAD ' 'lee at Wan-nowu. lnnctre Mt In hnn.. ,if tvijnaai r-tuzicT, waterman. 111. I IFE !NSt"R"CE-GOOn MSN FAMILIAR li ri'h tS. ..ml n.minm --,m a- . a Kp'eniii t co'. trirt with the new i'hiraao rom tny. Western Miitnl Life, "ii Cnicato Stock Exchange BiiildtTis, Chicago nTANT-I AN AGENT IX ROCK TsT.AVri ' artrl all other onorrn pied territory, for onr Electtlc Ilnoriname) plate, hnute nu'mh.m knd siitiw. loadable in the dirk; jrfllta ICO per cent; acerts make Jo t $15 daily. Write for free rajiple witn yiurow name in. New Era com pany, ioi ueatDorn "treit, t nicgo. Aniusementa. Watch Tower CHAS. T. KIXDT. Mana-er The People's Popular Resort. Vocal Concert WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY MR. T. DALTON. THE FAVORITE BAKITOSE The Popular Sonca. 'In Happy Moments,' from Maratana "Fatal Wedding," The Girl I Left Behind." "A Father's Love," etc. Balloon Ascension and Para chute Leap Sunday. OTTO'S BAND. Admission (as always) FREE. SCREENS SCREEN DOORS, WIN DOWS, ALL WIDTHS OF WIRE SCREEN. Rubber Hose, Lawn Mowers, And complete line of mixeu house and floor paints, white lead, lin seed oil, etc. FRANK ILL 1610 Third avenue. The above is the lead ing washer of the world. With it the washing of a large family can be turned out in TWO HOURS. It is a VERY EASY WORKER. Call and examine it at DAVID DON'S 1615-161 7 Second Ave. Rock Island. A Suitable . . Present The most acceptable, cheapest and best present one that comes ? within the reach of everybody and this, of all years, fits the pocketbook best, is a box of KRELL & AUTH'S Fine Candies . . . cr Chocolates Special bargains in a fine line of IMPORTED BOXES, BASKETS and BONBONNIERS. Choicest line of Candy ever offered in Rock Island. We make a specialty of catering to the wants of persons intent on giving a party or reception. as our facilities arc such that we can furnish the finest and danti est of refreshments and the most palatable cakes and pastry. Our brick ice creams and fruit ices cannot be equaled in the three cities, and we pride ourselves on the fact that we can please you. KILL & MATH'S 1716 and 1718 Second At. Telephone 1156. Try a cup of our coffee. I fll ItAI. flAff All p9ranUcwd 1 I Magic Ram- ruuliw ptooh ml U-ti honk . iltmtniTM Iron I lifrfrrmpecftoeimd.fo Mr mail. nllrtlbMHi Tryfd. ., aff-io rSmnMfv will I Mclntyre-Reck Dry Goods Cn Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns the best in the world. The New Tariff Bill. Now that the new tariff bill has paused lioth branches of congress and will in all probability be the law of the land in a very few days, you will hear in many quarters of the wonderful" price reductions on account of the new values under this new tariff. Mc-INTYRE-RECK CO. wish to say to every one who reads this advertisement, and say it so loud that there can be no misunderstanding, that they did not wait for the passage of a new tariff law to usher in a new scale of prices. With us prices went down in the spring; they have been going lower throughout the sumnfer and they will go still lower during the fall and winter season, tariff or no tariff. With us the problem is simply one of selling goods at the lowest possible margin of profit, giving our customers every benefit of the lowest prices. It is a principle of our business, no matter what prices others may ask, to l ALWAYS THE CHF.At'EST. A Few Rock Bottom Quotations: Tti Sonc of the Shirt A priceless aotig it la. Llrtea wtl'e oar en tire onhttra plajre it this wc.k. Any merchant can aril White fnfclpacVd SMrt for Mc, Tie or $1. hnt n.i every one ill a 75c , hit for 5U;, or a tl rhirt for ;5s. 1 bat I just what we wli do tsi week. s a aoaca ' White rnlau-xirVd Shrt-,rrM11,Q K mns'lB, lWKXiDe I nan boma. patent rtiofcrcml ate orotina u""' a ro ai value for S ;. S5 dcaea Sh m Waajsatta narlln, tin count linca tnm tl rhlrf at T'a. r" M driea Wtorer r.hlrt or rood so.lln. w.Il aa4r.d.w r . u, w wi ua oi. Sc but for this week tb price will be las. tiee the soprrior workmanship on al oar alilrta the ft. rur.tt , Miscellaneous. A Mcdley-Wko baa not heari of the Royal now on,KTt.-r , , hy thoooaouaof womeatoba the beat U the rnark. t. We qiickly la rorioce tbea la Rack IlaoJ. aa t. Hila wt k a, " nee in we. and ttil hi 'he laat time. w JinulTarM a a. . . Znhrrr Git sham. at. per yard. Ite. Act ptouipur, Vttrr rnrh for then. ' Yoa all hn- what Lnoadala Mualla ta. of course. lt..t . world. WelL well tell f reeeesee of Hat ! yard. f,e:. W) lrsa.tooeeatomer. aodixau cbildron. Three on (. StWraroarra. Will yoa be one of tbea 3" Browniaa Pins ere all thancc. enaTneied oih e.icu;iy . . 9c t it then S5eeerymbre else A ww mseurtsBeut cf SUtct TcK na-kk-s. at r. Uu-st pj-.u-rt. SCcw Drca, Goods ojaened ap eerjr day. Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co. 1709 and 1711 Second avenue. Rock Island. Our Prices Are Right in Line with the Times. We can't hypnotize you and compel, you to inspect our stock. Your own interest and better judgment should bring you here. Furniture. Carpets. Stoves and Ranges. Curtain Shades. Dinner Ware, Chamber Sets. ar t t Oil Cloths. Mattings. We are complete house-furnishers. Terms of payment easy. We close at 6:?0 p. m.t except Saturday. G. O. HUCKSTAEDT 1809-181 1 Second Avenue. The House burnisher. T&n Shoes At prices AT THE- We have placed on sale our entire stock of Gentlemen's Shoes at greatly reduced prices. $6.oo quality reduced to 5.00 " " 465 350 " " - 2.90 44 2.85 quality low shoes reduced to $4.00 3-50 300 2.50 2.00 2 00 It is safe to state that we have decidedly the finest stock of gentlemen's Tan Shoes in this vicinity, and with the liberal reductions in price all will be sold, and quick at that. If you are in terested call early. Don't delay. Shocrs and Clothiers.