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THE ARflUR, WEDNESPAT. SEPTEMBER 23. 1898.
CITY CHAT. See Adams' now al. Ask fnr Jack Beam whisky. Ask for Jack lteam whisky. Ask for Jack Ueam whisky. Cralle A Co. reliable livery. Thfl tcst broom Lee's Little Gem. Fresh oysters and celery at Hor Inn'. t.nrire Hoe of taea't ihoci to select fr-.tu at Adams'. Mrs. M. A. 5orrjr ba arrive J from Chicago for a few Jiy' visit. Very latest prolnctinn in men' wear can be fount at Adams'. Jwit'i Lucian A'fotn i presiding la tbe Whiteside county court. For a nice refreshing drink there it none like Came At Uhiweilor'a. Y. V. Trice, of .'arson. Km., i vls'itlrj; hU daughter, Mr. L. II. (rcr. When you rail for '! water or ginger ale si-o that you get Cane & Ohlwoiltr'i. A look al the I'.ork Island levee al win m'rst a thought of the major tln -c day. Vhn ordcrinc carriages remember Cri! t Co. Careful driver and tuodmtR i harpes. TliP '-Orient' and the "Coin" toe arc thu latest for pt-ntltiucn and can be found at Adams'. Trial of the lroat damage suit wa resumed in the circuit court today before Jud'i- l.itfrlnw. The imtuslriM school of Trinity chail will i.M-n the first Saturday in Uototn-r at the chaprl. Ii-rorativo bunting, r-d. white and Mur, 11 cents a yaril. 9 to 1 o'clock Thursday at Mi In tyre-Kick Co'. Mrs Klward 1-Vnwick and chil dren have returni-d homo after an extended trip in the Kocky moan, ttin.s. Micriunn Smith, a former resident of Hoc' Islnncl county, but who is now located near Whet-ling, W. Va., is here on a visit. All hnvln-r desirable room which they can rent dnrinij th Pythian grand lol'o meeting will please notify S. K. right, ITU t Second avenue. Jcdm Viiclkers, of Donuhue, Iowa, and M'wa Katie Krnnks. of McCutis- innd, Iowa, were married vestcrdny afl'-rn ion in the city court by Magis trate ri:liroe!er. I he frank adler company, a drug lirm of which the heal ia the former Km-k Island citizen, has been incorpt rt'el nt D.tvenpott. The cap ital kt'ck is f .i,ji m. An important meeting of the Alt tfrlsl club is to tie held at Koche's hall tMs evening to arrange for tie South liidphts II ig raising tomorrow evening. Tho attendance of all mem ber I d "Tired. Isnin: N. Watts, a wcll-knawn Mo- line cit!in, fell dead in hi Tard in M dinu Minday evening from heart tlisense. He was tit years of age, and had resided in Molino since 181J. He was a prominent Mason. The democrats of South Height win raise a isrjan nag at Krashi-r and Seventeenth streets to morrow evening. 'I he liryan and Altgeld cIiiIm of thi( city will par tiripnif in the demonstiation. The Kailway Men' Sound Money club has accepted its uniform and elected W. V. StaiTonl captain and J. I-Hott n lirst lieutenant. Pat rick O Donnell, of Indiana. I to ad dress the club Saturday night. Mrs. dnstav Stengol. 1301 Fourth avenue, celebrated her fii'd birthday anniver-ary Inst evening. by entertain ing a number of tri-clty friend, who asMstci! in making the occasion a happy, a well a a memorable one. Thursday from 9 to li) o'clock at Mt-Intyre licck Co', men' best 4-ply linen collar two for 14 cent: 20 cent Turkey red table linen. 12 cents; red. white and blue bunting for decoration. 1 J cent a yard; 75 chenille table rover. 3l cent. He prompt. A. C. latt. F. 11. Uahnsen and J. l . I'addot k have returned from their northern lishing rxpe-lition. The nearest Mr. lrt rouM come tc tmeting the angling record of hi son, W ill, was in landing a 12-pounder, which he t'.utg back into the water in disgust. lr. Clotjser. the noted French doctor, is located at Ifiiil Fourth avenue, where all are invite! to call on bint tor tree consultation. All cure done by simply laying on of hands. It t of recommendation ana lesuruonai can oe seen at hi orti.-e. All cordially invited. Patrick Mcllngh. chief train dis patcher of the Hock Island At Peoria road, left last evening for a 10 da; a' vacation. He goes first to Kansas City, then to Brookfield, Mo., where he visits his brother, Charles, and thence to St. Louis, Keokuk, Beards twr, Jacksonville and Springfield, at wbich latter city he a-tends the state fair. Wentzel Seder, an old soldier and former resident of this city, was prostrated by a congestive chill in Walters' cigar store on Fourth ave nue last evening. He was ordered to St. Antbonv's hospital in the patrol wagon bv Mayor Knot. Mr. Seder 'aid that he had just arrived from Omaha. He i about C5 years old and sty be worked in Blythe & Stoddard's wagon shop in this city over thirty years ago. Oh. well," said an alderman, who had voted to sustain the mayor's ob structing tactics in the matter of public improvements in reply to a group of citizens who were condemn, ing the policy adopted, "it will soon die out now, and may be some othr time we will get tbe levee improved." i nai alderman mistakes public sen timent. The indignation at the ac tion of Monday night will not abate because councilmen view the aitua. tion Idly. The majority of the peo ple of Uock Island feel that a blow has been struck to the city in a vital spot. PLANS FOR ALTGELD DAY. Democratic County Committee In ftoesloa Tlito Afternoon. The democratic county committee is in session at the Harper house this afternoon to make arrangements for the occasion of (iiv. Altgeld's visit to Kuck Island and Moline a week from today. J be following vice president and members of the reception committee were chosen, one being choseu from each voting precinct in the county: kock isianu ice president. M. V. Concannon, D. K. liutler. B. Win ter. V. Dauber, J. W. Welch. P. Frey, Paul Thiescn; reception com mittee, J. C. Surman, Henry Kinner, M. M.'.Brigg. T. J. Medill, Jr., E. II. Guyer, P. Kennedy, Kdwin Ward. Moline Vice presidents, T. Sam uels, Uus begar. C. A. Barnard. P. Nelson, Thomas Roseborough. W. Giles. A. G. Swanson; reception, W. It. Fones, R. Keimers. Dr. K. C. J. Meyer. M. Welgand, H. J. Gripp, J. C. II. Read, I'. C. Hoffman. Cordova Dr. Frcck, C. It. Fisk. Coc K. Sadoris, John Schall. Canoe Creek J. M. Martin, Charles Gerhardt. Port Byron W. 1). Hall, John Schafer, Jr. Hampton August Klebe, A. It. E. Adams, William I.etsch, George Me Nabney, S. D. Wainwright, George niurcn. South Rock Island George M. Lukcns, It. S. Silvia. Black Hawk P. II. Philebar, II. J. Huyett. Coal Valley G. Hillier. Rural Lewis Scott. Bowling S. P. Heath. Edgington Addison Rush. W lUvis. S. C. Taylor, R. P. Wait. Andalusia Ban Fountain, J. G. Britton. Bnffalo Prairie C 1. Wheaton, W. IT. Kistler. Hrnry Fred Foster. I. C.Terry. Xuma Gregory Brown, Charles Schafer. South Moline W. A. Christian, W. C. Wilson. A. I). Huesing, J. E Larkin, M. J. McKniry, W. R. Moore and M. M. Urtggs were appointed a general committee on arrangements, and this committee selected A. 1). Hue ing president of the day. B. Krapp, Henry Wilson, Joseph Ball, William G Commenclng- Awardcd II 1 2 he $t Honor World' Fair, Da mm CHEAM MOST PERFECT MADE A pur Grape Gam of T irtar Powder. Free arm Ammorsi, Alum or any other adulter tnt. 40 HU THI STANDARD. THIRD DAY. Tomorrow Mernloc at 9 O-Glork. We will continue our record break ing sale. New bargains have been adaed: Tennis flannel at 3'.c a vard. Indigo blue dress prints at 3!c a yarn. 4 4 unbleached cheese cloth at 4c a yard. Half wool rhallies at 10c a vard. Half wool flannels at 121c, 15c and 1 Dc a yard. Miirting IHnnels at 19c a yard. Ladies' vests at 5c eacb. Men's half hose at 5c a pair. Ladies' fast black hose at 3 for 25c Turkish towels atSc each. Men's underwear at 17c tach. Ge rmantown yarn 11 colors Iaree f .... - ' ri sarins at 2 lor 15c. ku o Hasler Dbt Goons Co. A Tamil. A pnrwi story M told .f a toail vehich uotiittl that hWiinu at flies were at tracts! by the-eour meal l, ft iu the fiiucer ufter the chi. k. us in tt certain aru:yaru were lolu feeding. Every ....... hiiiiiiK, i;o makes bis an- lieiir.nua. el... i r, eimiui iu aua roils over and over until be is covered with rueal and then lies sua to await Ins prey. He ,lora uot hav luug to wait, for the the attracted v) inn euu-ii in mo meal tntt warm uniuua rue mcliy toad and whenever one ria.svs within two inches of big n(W! ma u-Dgne nart out and the rlv dian ..nw 11. d ..I 1 . ' v j-iaii uas wcui'dsiwcii tliat uc na now iak-en it up a a regular uu.iuios. nonsvwiie. Fair tonight, increasing cloudiness inursaay; warmer. East to south eny winds, .today's temperature, o". r. al. tlbserver To lr Cold In Una UnT. Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab lets. All druggists refnnd the rujnev II it fails to core. 25 cents. Atk lor Jack Beam whisky. Gladness Comes Xith a better understanding- of tbe transient nature of the many phys ical ills, which vanish before proper ef forts gentle efforts pleasaiit efforts rightly directed. There is comfort in the knowledge, that so many forms of sickness are not due to any actual dis ease, but simply to a constipated condi tion of the system, which the pleasant family laxative, Syrupof Fips. prompt ly removes. That is why it is the only ttmedy with mill ions of families, and is everywhere e&teemed to highly by all who value good health. Its be neticial effects a ik due to the fact, that it is the one rer-.edy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating; the organs on which it acts. It is therefore all important, in order to get its bene facial effects, to uote when yon pur chase, that you have the Pennine arti cle, which is manufactured by the Cali fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by all reputable druggists. If in the enjoyment of pood health, and the system is regular, laxatives or other remedies are then not needed. If afflicted with any actual disease, one may be commended to the most skillful physicians but if in need of a laxative, one should have the best, and with the well-informed everywhere, Svrup of Fiirs stands hiirhest and is most lartrelv Used and gives most general satisfaction. I ii rw srw w m rm m-m UCl IUUI UlUbdllCo At our store and you will not be displeased. Our stock comprises at all times everything that is ob tainable in the market and we guarantee satisfaction. I-oolc below VEGETABLES . . Snmmcr Bquif h. Tomatoes, Hubbard xfK Plant, Pickling Oniono, Sweet Potatoe. tfclerjr, Lima Beans, Carrot, wax Beans. Roasting Ears, IiatlUhes, Peas. Oysters. Dressed Spring Chicken. Watermelon, Muskmelon. FRUITS Peaches (In basket) Preserving Pears, Blaeberries, Ilack'eberries. Urapcs,. California Pears, Apples, California Plums, Cranberries, Bananas, CHEESE . . . Trjniace de Br:c, Clubhouse, Imported Swiss, Foqutfort, m Pineapple. ESS BROS.; FREE f Oil Paintings. Given Away with ' Every Purchase of t l, $5, $10 or $12. GET A TICKET and start in. We punch your ticket with the amount purchased. Bring your ticket every time yon buy anything. It won't take long to get one of these beanti ful pictnrcs. -. Ask for a Ticket THE BOSTON BO 1 MS -AT- Taylofs 1717 Second Avenue. Riverside Hard Coal Bate Burner. Smooth Castings, Perfect Mount ings, Elegant Trimmings, with more good points than any stove made. CALL AND SEE THEM. DAVID DON, 1615-1617 SECOND AVENUE. Cupid Hovers (leaf . (- yl. -l i -V. When your tweeiheart ac tual or pros-pactive opens a box of Chocolates or Bon lions Sent her by jou. The an swer to the question How to Get Married send her a box of the EXQUISITE BOX BON 3 handled by KRELL 6 MATH BAKEBT AND PARTY aTTPPTTfQ Phone 1166. 1716-1718 Second Ave. P. S. Try a few yourself. Mc In tyre-Reck py Goods co. THE BARGAIN CENTER 1709 and 171 1 Second Avenue, Rock Island, III. SPECIAL SALES, EVERY moraine this week from 9 to 10 o'clock will serve to direct quick, sharp attention to the money saving campaign we are conducting. Goods were never before so cheap, and they will be. as us ual, cheaper here than elsewhere. A DOWNPOUR OF UMBRELLAS. S00 Umbrellas received ssl wek will ro wo on ia at Drlrix mhl.li from K,u.J per cent on cv umbrell. yu buy. TMaf?Cte?n E,orie:othn'nrella.,AcaflaLandl.s.Me Aaassorte llototsno nmhrellas, some with entmelrd steel ni. c;oi Wl.llk,nMtt,hal.'l" to 150. thi. ,.1. yonr i"I!!0,,"M"libIF""0,PoodG,'n'arolla.faarT bandies lcelnd in j ebony, oith $1 .61 lo $1 89, choice for this lot a. ADont 100 flne twill silk nmbrellm.. steel or wod trds h.r.H.,m. WITH UMBRELLAS. MACKINTOSHE 3. S2 PILLOWS $1,38. 100 pairs of pillows tilled with feathers end specially prepared cotton, covering of tbe best herring bone tick. Tbete pillows ere soft as down and guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction. I'rice of feathers would be $2.76 e pair, these ere fl.39. Supply your wants early. BED QUILT BARGAINS. Three k'r numbers In white crrchet ld eallts. caeca-, loo q.m. ysrJs la slu. el pteltf paUeras, Om a.iuilli pjr loc tur tlx m, bin here Hc T bandsnrae qnilts, finished .nds. est is Urce SEe. ort'i ffl.tt.at T. SO er lare qnllta, Marsell es pattena, rails all bound, ane Bow S-c. FANCY WORK CHE IP. Pretty tinted ataad rover. Inches, worth to.-, at Sr. A bis lot 7(M pliers of fiaest Beirut atmaped linens, all the nn pa terns. In the lot srw tumblrr mats, crater titoe. aide hoard rovr.., (nrs dcr'.le., t.te Vt emar. them reardlas of ralae al frua t to trv. 1 he faring t- jron is roai-idnaole. as a prcl extra liidnrrm. n we mill sell ai jr of tbe 3c and e skein caahTOidcr silks to wotk IIm st with at three saeins fr lie folnred and stamped am mats and sdk tn work them with, each Sr. 1 SJi bal-s 'Str rout knittina: silk, lie kind, i ball All colm. Uoud sewing silk. S Swol. for ic. CAPES AND JACKETS. New caprs and jackets are cnmlng b elf cry frr'rt.l and e?tHrM. rienty of tlmvjr.t. Yoo eau'taOurd to boy na'll Oa have mwu lite styles we wui sbuw at rieee nnapuroarbablr turn. tl N IIVUU llilU U Hill fllllffifll flvllAIIIV About our repatation, or the reputation of our store. We don't have to; both are established; but we do feel like saying just once more that our i A AA AAA A A A A KRKK K K K R KKKK PI'l'P VKKR 1 I I "IT sssa rrrtT R R K PI'PP KKS T T T T v.rv.K 8SSS awfta T T T T T oor ' r o c - o u ' u i o ! t o ) o KK K K K si Is the finest to be found in this city. It's hard to do justice to it in an advertisement To appreciate its beauties you should call and examine and compare with others. We know what we are talking about, but that won't satisfy you. Come yourself and then you will be certain OUR NEW FURNITURE Is exquisite and we want you to see it. LINE Clemann & Salzmann. ALWAYS IN TUB LEAD. S WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH THOSE lew Swell ScotcF MorTIs For Men, Just Received, at the U. & K.? They are all right After you have seen them and tried them, no merchant tailor need apply. These swell new styles are perfection in every detail. Inspection invited. 333 Only place in town where you can get Dugan & Hudson Iron Glad Shoes. Every pair warranted. 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