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THE AUG US, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 4.
si h J'' f r i j i V . t, 1 I re r: 1 CITY CHAT. Pickling pear at Buncher'a. Insure with Hutting ft Hoeft. Dressed chickens at Hess Bros'. Lettace and spinach at Hess Bros'. Fresi lobsters and fish at Hets Bros'. . A. C. Dart went to Chicago last BIgQI. Tokay and Malaga grapes at Bun Cher's. Oysters, celery and cranberries at iiess Bros . Dressed chickens, oysters and cel. erj at nunc tier s. New raisins and cleaned enrrants at Browner & Co's. New citron, orange and lemon peel at Browner & Co's. Miss Etta Waltmann is confined t her home with illness. Quince, sweet apples and preserv ing pears at Hess Bros. Head lettnce, radishes, cauliflower and parsley at Buncher's. The I'ncle Hiram a pure cigar. Thanks for the suggestion. Architect Ueorge P. Stauduhar left this morning for La Salie. Stop, friends. Have you tried it? The Uncle Hiram 5c cigar. Mattreses. pillows, blankets, com forts at U. O. Huckstaedt's. Buckwheat, maple sugar and ma ple syrop at Browner & Co's. William Jackson went to Ottawa this morning on legal business. Yon want the best, don't you? Then smoke the Uncle Hiram 5c cigar. Edward Roche left lat night for Austin. Texas, to enter St. Edwards college. Poverty is a misfortune, but to be without the Uncle Hiram cigar is a calamity. Wtll begun is half done. Begin the dair's business by smoking an Uncle Hiram 52 cigar. Big bargains in Nncy rockers new styles in curly birch" and rattan jnst in at Hucksteadt's. Mr. and Mrs. V. H. leere. of Mo line, will sail from Paris on their way home on the 19th. Hon. Ben P.utterworth, of Cincin nati, is visiting hi son. William Butterworth. in Moline. The business outlook was never lttr j'lding from the demand for the Unc le Hiram 5c cigar. With all the facilities of learning, there are reoj.le today who hare not heard of the I'neli; Hiram cigar. The right place to buy folding beds, book rases, chir.a closets, sidedoards and wardroi.es is at Huckstcadt's. P. Hongstler, whose familv will depart shortly to take up their resi deace in Chicago, will remain in the city. Heating stores, cook stove ranges. The right place to bay the right stove at the riht price is'at G. O. Huck staedt's. Harry Allendorf, for some time em ployed at McCabe Bros", dry goods store, left lat night for Minneapolis, to rceept a like position. Hello! Have you been out for a night with the boys? Throw drugs to the winds and clear your head with an Uncle Hiram 5c cigar. The regular monthly meeting of me l . v . u. x. L. will held in the Y. M. C. A. buiidin7 Fridav at 4 o'clock. Every member is urged to oc present. Needle toes. Ladies that have been waiting for these shoes, can tind what they want now, and any width. See our needle toe welt. The Iioston. Needle toes another shipment re. ceived of those tiopular shoes in . . . . t. i . iuru auu wm soics. j nese are tne handsomest styles ever offered in the city. i be Itoston. Mai. C. W. Hancs came down from Fulton cster1ar to attend the re union f.f the Twentieth Iowa In fantrjr at Davenport, and returned notne mis morning. If Omaha gets a place in the Wes tern league as proposed, it will leave a vacancy in the estern association which franchise, if Davenport is minus IO go 11 ttloDe wun a ciuu, It might secure. Dr. C. B. Kinyon returned last night from Sterling, where be at tended the meeting, of the Rock i.iver institiito of Iiomtronatbv Dr. Kinyon was elected president of the association for the ensuinir rear. The next meeting will be held at Clinton. Change! In addition to those al readv mentioned in the new time card that goes into effect on the C. Awarded HigbMt Honors World's Fair. DR. mm? CHEAT.! MOST PERFECT MADE A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 43 YSAJtt THV 8TAMDAK0. R.I.4P. Sunday, are in Nos. 12 and 21, the former, which arrives now from the weat at 4:45, being changed to 5:15 a. m.. while the latter, from the east at 7:20 a. m.. will arrive 10 minutes later, at 7:30. Beautiful Rocky mountain views, famous Alaskan scenes and some of the most interesting features of our western cities, will be thrown upon tne canvass by Kev. t- tiati, as be lectures on the work of the church in our own land at the Broadway church next Saturday and Sunday evenings. Everybody is invited. Admittance free." Application has been made to the district court at Davenport for the appointment of Joe R. Lane as guar dian of the estate of James Thomp son, former president of the First National bank there, the petitioner bein; Mr. Thompson's wife. Mr. Thompson is broken down in health, and his estate is valued at about vl, 200,000. A committee composed of Mayor Vollmer, H. W. Sommers, E. M. Sharon, J: J. Richardson and A. P. McGuirk, has been appointed by the the Horace Boies club, of Davenport, to invite Vice President Stevenson on his forthcoming visit to Rock Isl and to spend a few hours in Daven port, when a reception to, and short speech from the vice president is contemplated. Thomas C. Corrolla, of Port Bv- roa, who was tried in the countv court yesterday afternoon as to his sanity, proved to be nothing more than an enthusiast on anvthin? .... .. . - . " wnicn ne would undertake, and at the time of his arrest was devotin? his time to horticulture to such an extent that he was neglecting his familv affairs. The jury returned verdict finding Mr. Corroiia not insane. SPECIFIC FOR TUBERCULOSIS. Discovery Made by a Dean of the Talvcr. alty of Michigan. Ats Ar.BoR, Oct. 4 Dr. V. C. Vaugh- an, dean of the University of Michigan, medic! facility, believes that he has dis covered a certain specific for tuberculosis. The product is called nuclein, and was but recently made. The doctor has just re turned from the international con gross of hygiene at Bada Pesth. Hungary, where he read a pajxT on his discovery which attracted great attention. He has not pn eded far enough In his experiments to declare that nuclein will absolutely prevent tuberculosis in men, but he has roved that it will in animals. Albert A. irfson. a senior law student from De troit, has, however, tried the nuclein. In nine months he gained twelve pounds. and seems entirclv cured. The Connecticut Klrt-tkoa. New Haves, Conn.. Ort. 4. Election returns have leen rvcuived from 14 of the lf4 towns that voted last Monday. The Republicans have carried ninety one of those towns against seventy-five car ried lust year out of the same towns, a pun of sixteen. The Democrats carry twenty-seven this year against forty-four a year ago, a loss of seventeen, and twenty- six are divided, against twentv-flve a rear airo. The most important Republican gains have been in the manufacturing towns where a complete reversal of previ ous majorities has been made. Fostmaatrr Attacked by Footpads. East PALESTINE, O., Oct. 4. Postmaster David P. Pmythe was attacked by foot pads and received injuries that will proba bly eanse his death. He had closed the office and started for home, carrying a tin box containing stamps and money. When a short distance from the office two men sprang upon him and beat him until he was senseless. He partly recovered and crawled tu his home. His head and face arc beaten to a jelly. The physicians say that he cannot recover. Stage Boblx-ry in California. Tkf.Ka, Oct. 3. Tne stage running be tween this plare and Fort James was held up by a masked highwayman. The rob ber took Wells, Kurgo 6c Co.'s express lox. which held valuable treasure. The driver and eight passengers were not mo lestful. The driver. Dun Cawlcy, U the oldest stager in northern California. He drove the first stage out of Yreka nearly forty years ago aud this is his first expe rience with road agents. A posse is in pursuit of the highwayman. Itrailllan lie be In Routed. Rio Januiuj, Oct. 4. Government troops under General Lima routed the rebels commanded by Gumercindo Saraiva at rvinta Cristo. Government fumes are holding Sun Muteo. The relx-ls attacked Santo Marie last Sunday, but were re pulsed by (iencrul Kirniiuio, abandoning all their acuoutermonts and camp equip age. Catherine Ilrrscl. A woman of much business ability is Catherine Drexel, now a nun. As a young woman she had control of a great fortune, and, what is more, she Fpent it after her own fashion, which, for the most part, was in the way of philan thropy. She is a fervent Catholic, and much of her wealth went to found and support missions among the negroes in the south, in whom as a southern wom an she felt cn interest It was through this work that she herself was led to be come a nun. It was not to be expected that such a woman would immerse her self in a subordinate place in some ob scure convent. Instead, she used her standing and influence to secure permis sion to establish a new order of nuns of which she was to be head. She had her way. She retained full control of her own money. She followed her own plans with regard to her order and spent her money in furtherance of them. The new order, of which Miss Drexel is superioress, is now fully established, and the fact is due to her fine business qualities. Brooklyn Citizen. That Joyful reellng With the exhilarating sense of re newed health and strength and inter nal cleanliness, which follows the use of Syrnp of Figs, is unknown to the few who have not progressed be yond the old time medicines and the cheap substitutes sometimes offered, but never accepted by the well in-ormed. cocirrr ncrxoixa. 3 Gustaf Swensaon to Ida Peter sen, lot 10. block 4, Oak Hill Park add., Moline. 400. M. A. Rodman to Emil Peterson, part lot 2, block 5, Howard's first add.. Rock Island, $400. Alexander Irwin to Phef J. Irwin, lot 2 (20 acres) 6. 16, 5w. 325. raw mim. Fair and continued cool weather; slightly colder tonight and growing warmer Friday; westerly winds. To day's temperature, 46. F. J. Walz, Observer. IferroiM De bility, Nerv ous Exhaoat ttoo. Neural gia, Paraly sis, Locomo tor Ataxia, Melancholia. and kindred ailments, whether rosnltinc from over anxiety, overwork or study, or from unnatural habits or excesses, are treated as a specialty, with rreat success, by the Staff of Specialists attached to the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute a Buffalo, N. Y. Personal examinations not always necessary. Many casta are suixtas full v treated at a distance, a omnif a . A new and wonderfully AO 1 H.UJL. successful treatment baa hem discovered for Asthma and Hay Fever, which can be sent by Mail or Express, It is not simply a palliative bat m radical cvrsi For pamphlets, question blanks, refer enoes and particulars, in relation to any of the above mentioned diseases, address, with ten oents in stamps, World's Dispens ary Medical Association, 003 Main Boast. Buffalo. S. Y. Event of the Campaign The Visit to Rock Isl and of . . . VICE PuESlOT All will be welcome to HARPER'S THE ATER. People of all affiliations and classes should hear the polit ical issues intelligent ly discussed. Oct. 12 the Date. Intelhgence Coluir Kit YOU IS KKXD? IPTOU Want money want a cook Want boarder Want a partner Want a ntnanrm Want to rent rooms Want a servant eirl Want to sell a farm Want to seD a boose W ant to exchange anythtnr Want to eil nooaenold goods Want to make any real estate loans Want to sell or trade for acythlsc Want to find customer for anything FSB THIS COLUMNS. 1HI DATLT ABOrs PSLTVKRID ATTOCB . door ererr eveni nc for 10c per week. 70R PAI.S-A FURNACE; VERY CHEAP; . T30 NiDctccr.th street. F R REST-Kirc. PLEASANT FURNISHED rooms. is:u Third avecoe. FOR SALE-TWO LAKGK CANNON STOVE3 in god onlvr. Apply to Aavi s. GIRL WANTED Fnt GENFRAL HOUSE work. Call at Bennett's eiove store. w ANTED A FIRST CLAS PI.UKBEB, ET nveciineia xtroe., .:i;&ieenm street. WAITED. TO BUT A SECOND H ANl heater, is ccod condition. Address L, this OI3C5. 117ANTSD POARD BY Y.VK(; LADY. PKI " T.te family preferred. Address this office. FOR SALE OK EXi HANUE. SO ACRE F lanrl in California, vineyard and orchard. Will eell or exchange for cty or conntry p ouerry' F- particulars acdjeM. W. J., care of Acgcs offlce. SALESMEN KVEtY COUNTY. SALARY or commi-aion. No extierieirce. New tariff bill civet unlimited pruflts. Active men appTy quickly, ttatlne saliry and territory wanted. Manufacturer. Box MOS, Boston. SCIENCE OF THE PLANETS IT GIVEH A correct loc if Ion of dieease, a character of de lineation. Alro U'ils o: nice" or failure in bu iness. or inamge. all or adilreas with stan-p Dr. N. H. Eddy. : SOT Fifth arenuc. Bock Island. WE Wish 111 EMPMtt A FEW t.oiiD MEN tomakeSM'ofHSIa week sellirs our Home Electric Motitr tiuntpewine; machines, printing prce,e, ventilating pump, etc. Kverynuay bays them, blear! y employment. Easy situa tion and cor.d waces. W. P. Earriaon Co., clerk Na. 14. Colambus Ohio. ffe Bin Mast; to Lsn at I Pet Cent On Farm or City Property in any section of conn try bcte pn jK rty has a fixed market value. Money read? for immediate lo-na where ecuri y and title m p od. So tammiimiou. We solicit apol'catlini'. Blacka f urnirhed uprm re qnest. ALLEN 6t CO- 0 42 Broadway. New York mis. S. SMITH The Chicago Milliner, Will open on or about Oct. 6, a first class Millinery Parlor In tbe new store now beinjj erected especially for her at 1805 Second Avenue, one door west of Woltman's Jew elry store. Wait for the Opening. lOi Tbe Place to Buy Sto?es is where you can pet a full assortment to select from. I keep the largest assort ment of STOVES in the west, and prices to suit all, hating now in stock three hundred stoves of the lead in; grades for hard and soft coal or wood: DAVID DON, 1615-1617 Second Ave. Rock Island. It Tickles . . The taste with 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 bile; everybody 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. KMl & IMS 1716 and 1718 Seoond At. Telephone 1156. JSFOystcTS served in any style. Mcintyre-Reck pjy Goods cn Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns the best in the world. This Week Dress Goods. Our New Store. The hammering of the carpenters is subsiding, and we began to take on a more satisfactory appear ance. A few daya and we will be new and clean throughout, and with the elegant new stock now in and arriving, we can truly say we will be a complete new store from cellar to garret. It was hard labor ous work to rebuild and to do business at the same time, but our friends were kind and patient, and this we appreciate beyond measure. But we are endeav. oring to give to the people of Rock Island and vicini ty a Model Dry Good a Store, and we hope to be suc cessful to the highest degree, if hard work, tireless energy, pleasant deportment, a desire to please, along with the very best goods at the lowest prices are forces which will insure it. It seems a little warm, but wool stuff is moving nicely. Silks are a good thing and very, very cheap now. The markets are crowded with eager buyers. Times will be good. The new weaves in Dress Goods are beautifal, and so cheap. Xow is tbe time for Dress Goo4. We B-t ing the best and most elegant stock we .TV , A beautiful aortment at 2.'c. M ,v tt;hi mixtures at S.'c. Perfect French I'att-rc. a. ' tbis department we can please rou. H complete and all sew. Then come the pretty mixture in 5'?. t, H 4 -. Then are the coverts", serges. Hf tiriM!,.. ,k, aniures. Selastapols. Then our nov:tv ji'v.!7' mv. ther are lovelv. and the nrice is tn " I NOVELTIES IX ALL DEPARTMENTS, fc, ww never so cheap and so good; in black sttir," i.u,iTi rhadamas. grosgrain. jx-ads sai. and all nw'eX? trimming silks, we can give you a price rj-v.r U ? reacnea. uur ouyers write us tnat they Liv wen so successiui in getting tbe lowet and the most desirable merchandise. tr:-v Our rniv.... pr lut ueuvni. vw uuen. uosierv, giVe. lins. flannels, blankets yarns. CLOAKS Come and see as. We can : v, vrur Etore is iuii. tirimiuii, running ov. r. ;') rr. i n a fnwna .ml - . A : ' 1 L . " rr ui., III .l'l I f.. .-, and you will be glad you came. Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co. 1709 and 171 1 Second avenue. Rock Island. Eight O'clock You will now find our store open evenings till 8 o'clock. Saturdays till 10 o'clock. i SPECIAL SALE OF CURLY BIRCH ROCKERS And Fancy Comfortable Couches. Furniture, Carpets, Stoves, Queensware, Curtains, Bedding. Er3l5ETX-j3rI G. O. HUCKSTAEDT Terms bf payment easy. 1809-1811 Second Avenue. Underselling . EVERY ox nriHriE: ML j u wn tlie People. 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 Shoers, Clothiers Furnishers. (