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THE ARGUS. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27. 104. CITY CHAT. Robert Downing tonight. Bnj home of Reidy Bros. Sweet cider at W. A. Ehleb'e. Insure with Hoesing & Uoeft. Oysters and celery at W. A. F.hlebY Spring chicken and dncki at Hess Bros . Quinces and sweet app?ca at Hess Chickens, chickens at H. Sehroe der's. Fresh fish and lobsters at Hess Bros'. The latest agonies in fall overcoats at M. & K't. Tears for pickling and preserving at Dnncher's. Teaches and grapes by the basket at Boucher's. icc. medium, fall weight, under wear at M. ft K s. Fish, fish, get your fish at H Schroeder's market. Robert Downing in "Richard the 1.4 on Hearted 1 this evening. Lettuce, rpinage, cauliflower, rad ishes and pars'ey at Hess Bros'. Ton want some good black hose good ones M. & K. have them. Money to loan on real estate secur ity. Apply at Jackson A Hurst's. The celebrated Glastonbury un derwear, for fall wear, at M. i K's. Treerving pears, crabapples and New York grapes at W. A. Ehleb's. The celebrated Anchor and Eagle brands of flannel shirts at M. & K's. Cet your chickens at H. Schroe der's. He has them at almost vour own price. Buy a nobby fall overcoat at Simon A MosenMder's. You'll find it a good investment. Stacks of nice warm winter under wear at M. 4 K's. II. Schroeder has a car load of live chicken that most be sold. Leave Tour order with him. Tbe Knights of the Globe meet at A. O. U. W. hall at 8 o'clock tonight. Business of importance. Take your boy to the M. A K. and have him clothi-d in one of those nobby little junior suits. Dr. F- L. Marton and wife, of Buffalo Trairie, registered at the Rock Island house today. SanincI Snow, deputy clerk of the supreme court at Ottawa, is in the city, the guest of C. E. Case. Trndcnt purchasers buy their un derwear at Simon & Mosenfelder's. Thrv save money and get reliable goods. Rev. T. V. Grafton married Mrs. Johanna Hcuring and Burton Mc Kinley Tuesday evening at the home of the bride. Hard wood at special prices for this week at E. B. McKown's coal vard, corner Fifteenth street and First avenue. They can suit you. no matter what color you want. " Their line of fall overcoats comprises ail colors Si mcn A Mosenfelder. Don't forgot the entertainment at the United Presbyterian church to morrow evening. " Who will get the prize t (o and see. No chances taken by trading at Simon A Mosenfelder's. Whatever doesn't turn out right, return and get your money back. Miss Agnes Carey returned to her home in Chicago this morning, after spending a 2-wetks1 vUii with Mr. and Mrs. T. II. McNcvin. J. C Rasmusten, the photogra pher, returned this morning from an extensive trip through California. He regards the Santa Clara valley the garden spot of this country. The Rock Island delegates to the State Liquor Dealer' convention at Frfcport returned last evening. John Ohlweiier was elected to the second highest office in the association t ice-presiden t-at-lnrge. Bloom i ng ton was selected as the next place of meeting. Thousands of people are looking Californiaward. They want to know where to go to raise fruit and how to travel cheaply and comfortably. For full information to these questions, address, California Bureau of In formation, lock bos No. 1, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. I got It." says Uncle Joe Katx, when one of those fly balls came in contact with the left field fence, and so 'jave M. A K. got those fence climbers'' for the boys they'll stand the racket, double-knee and double seat, warranted not-to-rip just the thing for hard wear. B. F. Barnes, William Watterson. E. W. Call. W. D. Emerson. H. M. Marquis, Uingdall H. Marquis, A. L. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. DR CHEAT.!! mm PVaVvCilB MOST PERFECT MADE A pure Gripe Cream of Tartar Powder. Free front Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant - ep YEARS TKk STANDARD. Marquis. J. L. Marquis, R. H. Clif ford, Ed Carter, Mark Morrison and C. E. Dougherty composed a party of Aieao people w no registered at tbe Rock Island house today. They came in to see tne vavenport races. Changes have been found nec esrary in two of the voting pre cincts, me second in tne intra ana the Second in the Fifth being illegal as arranged, that in the Third be cause it is not on a well traveled thor oughfare, and that in the Fifth be cause there is a billiard hall in the building. In the latter case the Fifth ward hose house has been se lected. At the prize temperance essav con test at the United Tresbyterian church, tomorrow evening." eight prizes aggregating $30 will be given; the names of the winners will be made public, and the successful es say read. Everybody should go and encourage the yonng people. Good music. An interesting time is as sured. Program will begin at 7:45. Admission, 25 cents; children, 15 cents. At the annual meeting of the stock holders of the Moline Central Street railway, the secretary's report showed a failing off in receipts of over $6,000 over the previous year. There was a saving of 2.000 in ex penses. The net falling off from the 1S9S business was about i.S00. The following directors were elected: S. H. Velie. W. I Velie, L. S. MeCabe, W. E. Reck. E. H- Guver, J. R. Kim. ball, J. B. Cornwall. " A HAPPY EVENT. Thr !lf arrlace of Robert Rurth and MIm Meta Strata. The marriaire of Miss Mt Strut daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Strate. cf 624 Eighteenth street, to Robert Ructh. was celebrated last evening at 7:30 at the home of the bride's parents. The bridal party entered the parlor, which was hand somely decorated, to the strain nf Schillinger's orchestra, and at the nour named Kev. C. A. Mennicke, pastor of the Lutheran church, per formed the ccremonv. The bri.Ie was attired in a costume of white silk and orange blossoms, and the groom in conventional blank, th couple being attended by Miss Louise C-.- - . . . . . irsi. sisier 01 tne bride, and Fred Kick, of Independence, Iowa, cousin of the irroom. After the Usual ronn-rntiil.tinna . bountiful Collation" was nartalon of by the guests, numbering about one hundred, those from abroad be ing: Mr. and Mrs. G. Zimmerman and Miss Amelia Hoeft, of Geneseo; Fred Kick. Independence. Iowa: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lage, Miss Bertha i-ac Augnsia nanDke ana Julius Rahnke, Wvomintr. Iowa. It was in deed a pretty home wedding, and the bridal presents were numerous and costly. The young couple will im mediatelv iro to housekeeping at floa Seventeenth street, where the groanij us 1. Lieu out a cozy borne tor the re ception of his beautiful bride. ropnlar Tonne People. The happy vouns- people are both very popular and well known in so cial, as well as business circles, having been brought up in this local ity. The groom has for a numlxr of years been in the employ of C. H. eidel in the grocery business, and by his sober and industrious habits and close application to business, fast gained popularity, until some months ago he went into business at 611 Seventeenth street, the grocery urni 01 nuem a: Miner, being formed. His charming bride is nn of the city's most cultured daughters. having by her modest ways and lad v iike disposition commanded the ad miration of all who know her. rollee Potntr. George Magee and John Ehrbst were each assessed $2 and cots bv Magistrate Schroeder this morning, under the canine ordinance. Albert Lettig, whose case was con tinued from yesterday, was fined $2 and costs this morning bv Magistrate Schroeder for refusing to pav his uiH ue says ne win appeal. Charles Kaveburgger, a Belgian. appropriated $3 and costs to the city's funds at Magistrate Schroe der's request this morning for failure to carry a last night's jag properly. rat Daly who was run in a few days ago for being drunk, and on a promise to leave town, was let go. tailed to fulfill his agreement, and was arrested again last night by Of- 12 lr ' t . . . uccr nauiz in a ueasuy state 01 in toxication. Magistrate Schroeder gave him 30 days in the county jail this morniug. William High arid John Ryan, two bums, were arrested last night by Officer Carnes on First avenue for attempting to sell an overcoat which they had evidently stolen. Ryan is a professional thief, and was wanted here last t-pring for being implicated in a chicken stealing deal, hut left town and came back here a few days ago. Dick has had his eagle eye on him since he struck here, and finally landed him. The two are supposed to have more property secreted on the Davenport shore. A cup of Parks' Tea at night moves the bowels in the morning without pain or discomfort. It is a great health giver and blood purifier Sold by Hartz A Ullemeyer. The C, M. & St. P. railway will run their home seekers' excursions on the following dates: Sept. 11 and .'o, ana ih-i. . Kate one brst-class fare plus $2. Tickets good to return 20 days from date of sale. E. D. W. Holmes, Agent. ABOVE REPROACH. Rock I1m4 Mar ma Uuh Caaapara4 With Boa Other, The Chicago Grocer of a recent date contained the following: The board of health of Davenport, Iowa, has decided to begin a warfare against grocery men who are selling articles that are not exactly what they purport to be. Chief among these is an artificial coffee bean, which is said to be given unsuspect ing customers as the genuice article. The attention of the board of health was called to one case of this nature at its recent meeting, and the matter was referred to City Attorney Sharon and Health Officer Hinrichsen for far ther consideration. These officials have concluded to make a test case in the present instance, and with this object in view, preliminary steps have been taken in proceedings against M. J. Eagal A Co. The state law is very strict in this matter, and declares that mixed goods, whether injurious to health or not, must bear their appropriate label. It is said that this was not done in the case of a certain grade of coffee sold by the firm referred to, which gave rise to the contemplated action. The Contrast. When such unpleasant disclosures as the above come to light, the peo ple of Rock Island have occasion for self congratulation in knowing that their merchants are above reproach. No such charges will stand against the grocers or any other class of merchants in Rock Island, for that matter. Our business men are deserv ing of support, and for that reason our people should sustain them under all circumstances. MOTZ I and those soon to be come mothenshould know that Doctor Pierce'i Favorite Pre scription rohs child birth of its torturea, terror and dangers to both mother and child, by aiding nat ure in preparing the system lor par turition. Thereby "labor" and the period of confine ment are srreatlr shortened. It also promotes the accretion ot an abundance ot nourishment for the child. Mrs. Dora A. Gemma, of OMry. Orrrtim Co-. Trnn writes: "When 1 heran taking your Favorite Presorir.tion.' I was not able to stand on my feet Without ouff'Tinjr almt death. Now I do all ttt housework, wafihixiff. cooking, sewlnr and rverythlnir for ray family of eight. I im stouter now than 1 hav been In s:z years. Your Favorite Preeoription ' is tbe be to take before confinement, or at loan tt proved sc with mo. I never suffered a? little with any of my children as I did with my liMt, and abe is tbe healthiest we've frot. Have in duced several to try Favorite Proscription." Ad tt has proved good for tbem." Intelligence Column. R YOUIS SEED? IF YOtJ Wart motey wani a conk Want boarders Want a panner WTit a V'toattnn Wnt to rent room Wml a servant plrl Want to sell a farm Want to aril a orce Want to exchar.ee anythinx' Wart to eeU hotwehold eooda Want to make aay real estate loans Want to or trade for anything Want to find customers for anything OB TFESB COLTTMNS. TH! DAILY ARGU8 DELTVKRSD ATYOCH Coot every event nx, for 10c per week. 'OR SA1.Z A FTTtNACB; . 730 Nineteenth atreeu VERY CHEAP: ?On REST-NICK, PI.EASAXT FCRSHIIEB . rooms. 1?10 Third avenne. MRS. C. A. WIN DELL. CLAIRVOYANT, PSY rbotnetrtat. Bu!inr atid Tii n-.linm Krulinsii dal;y Irom 10 lo 4 at SSW Fifth avc-Lue, 1 ock Maud. Prsn on srNDAY morning, a large rail a capjized. fl uii in tbe Mw-,m ii. which owner can have by call nc at A.,i b of ce and laying a'l coa s. FOR REST-A NSW HOfSE. NINE ROOMS, with all tbe modern imnrnvementa. at th corcar of Niuth avenne and Twentieth rtreet Apply to X;iT Roeeutlcld. FOR "ALE OR EXCHANGE. Sft ACRES OF latid in California. vinrard r.nd orchard. Win sell or exchange for c ry or conn ry p oj erty For n&r.ien'.ars a..uie. W. J., ears nf iu. office . U7ANTED A SMART, ACTIVE, WELL " dreaded k f n'lt'iran can obtain a flrat rl,. and ateadr enaitoti with aninr. ment. bv aouW- my at 15SS Fifth avenue, alter 5 p. m., or before S:S0 a. m. SALESMEV. EVERY COrSTY. SALARY tr comaiiinn. No experiet ce. New Tariff bill cives nnllmited profit. Active men apply euicaty. ruting salary and territory wan ed. Manufacturer. tJox WJd, Bosloo. SCIENCE OF TI1E PLANETS IT GIVES A correct diafrot4 of d:aeaae. delineate char acter, telle o: aurces' or failure in boluei. batirfiad patrons my bet advertisement. ":i or ad treoa with atamn. Dr. N. ai. tddy, S307 Fifth avenne, bock Ieiand. T3.00 A WE3K PAID TO LADIES Ad GENTS O to ell tbe Rapid ltnh Wasba. Waxbraand drien tb m in two minutt-s it boat wettinx the v j.tti ii uvt nwvwtrr; reus ml aijni : Bfl,n.tit ru i i . . n . ur t. 1 1 ! L Co , Clerk No. 14, Colnmoa, Ohio. WAST D AN AGENT IN ROCK ISLAND and all other nnocco pied territory, for onr Electric Donr(nanie) pluee, hoore nambera and iima. Readable In the dark: i mills 10U per rotit sa(unta snalra a at v r 1 ti- . m (Hiple witti your owh name in. New n com- DSlir. Iff? 1hiLrtaiv-n trw- -'h t MES. S. SMITH The Chicago Milliner, Will open on or about Oct. 6, a first class Millinery Parlor In the new store now being ereote rr especially for her at 1805 Second Avenue, one door west of Woltnian's Jew elry store. Wait for the Opening. A Jill Mclnty re-Reck Goods eg Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns the best In the world. The Place to Buy Stores is where yon can get a full assortment to select from. I keep the largest assort ment of STOVES in th west, and prices to suit all, having now in stock three hundred stoves of the lead ing grades for hard and soft coal or wood: DAVID DOX, 1615-1617 Second Ave. Rock Island. It Tickles . . The taste w ith a tooth, some twang; makes folks long for a palate as wide as a town lot, Delicious! Fine Flavored! Fresh, Crisp and Dainty! Are the expressions drop, ped about our Candy Department. Everybody wants a iite: evervbodv can have one. Glance your eye in onr window and see the finest line of Home Made Candies ever made in Rock Island. Party Supply House. keeil & mm 1716 and 1718 Second At. Telephone 1156. jfeaTOjsUT9 served in any style. Dress Goods The carpenter have rattled and hammered this week, and made a horrible noise. We don't propose to let them make it all thia week we intend to make a noise on Dress Goods, and we invite yonr most prompt attention this week. Free wool cuts no figure in onr calculations. We hare so badly discounted tree wool in making prices oe Dress Goods, that we are today SO per cent under the free wool basis. To stir things op. and to have every woman who likes nice Dress goods for the least money examine our superb fall stock we offer this week: tS pitciaa extra tntsh. I'oabl fold Vrrtm Flanacl. Strictly all wool aad always said at SV, at per yard waly I4sc . to plrcra re'ra Snlh. at Inch wide, all Wool Flaaacl, etegaotabmai. wo.tn 40c, fur per yard, only tic IS pieces f as larH Cbtcla, value 48c. they (o at Sle. I leces cf 6-tnch II ixtoraa, value axe. thev gi at SSs. IS pieces Two Toned Fancies, worth 15c. tber go at 10c. These quotations and others still better, which you will find on our counters, should be sufficient, but to make things a easy as possible, we make tbe follow, ing offer for this week only: Anyone purchasing a pattern of eight yards or more at 42c er yard or more, will be entitled to the linings for 19c as follows: All For 19 Cents. Bead every word carefully money av.. r here. 2 yards Silisia. 6 yards best Kid Cambric. 1 yard French Cambric 1 spool best Silk. 2 spools best Twist. 1 set Stays. All fnr 19 rsnll. A handsome display awaits Ton from tbe foreign and domestic looms. Fancy Fr c L IV'?.. in 46 and 6ft-inch width. Silk Shot So.inrh !x1ut ' Silk and Wool Mixtures. All Wool I'lai's, v,. Serges in extra widths. Henriettas. Covert Cloths. Hroad Clotl. n; new weaves in Habit Cloths. Popular cloths at t.,, il lar prices. ' We thank our friends for b ing so patient :, Sf in our torn up condition, and if you come ati l Ut you will be repaid. ' Xew goods arriving everything new and fr -h. Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co. 1709 and 1711 Second avenue. Rock Islani House Furnishings. Are you wanting anything in this line? We make it an object for you to look over our line of Furniture, Curtains, 4 Com Torts, Carpets, j Blankets, Stoves, 4 Lamps, Crockery ware, Oil Cloths & Linoleums. a. A few prices may interest you: Dining room chairs, nicely carved, 8Jc each; bed room suits, extra value, $S; parlor suits, silk tapestry, five pieces, S22; fancy plush rocker, S2. Hundreds of other bargains equally as good. G. O. HUCKSTAEDT Terms of payment easy. 18018U Second Avenue. Underselling EVERY ON rrnTLJTTr JLat a I M tr o ttie PeoTJle, Watch the papers. Compare our prices always the lowest No matter what price others quote, we CAN and will DO better. In fact, we give goods away rather than to have our prices met . & K Shoers, Clothiers Furnishers.