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THB AERUB. SATUKDAY. SEPTEMBER 26. 1C3
CITY CHAT.
Ak fur Jack Hcsni whisVy.
Ak for Jack Beam whisky.
Atk for Jack Bt?am whitky.
t'ralle & Co. reliable livery.
The btt broom Lee's Little Gem.
Chicken O'Connor & Brought to
night.
I'uund sweets, (pieces and pears
at Ut;.
Ker. If. C. Marshall hat returned
from Alexia.
Opening lonch at2i.'l fifth avfnue
tomorrow evening.
Lovely chicken lonch at O'Onnor
& Hough' tonight.
Ni'fit rhlcknn. duck, oysters
and celery at Lonp's.
Siioirrel and rabb'.t lun'-h at the
White r'.lephant tonight.
Mr. M. It. Richmond hs returned
from her viit to the south. ,
t.4t chnn" to sr-'t s;v)l paachei
cheap at Ijti''' this evening.
Fr ; ni : refr ihio? drink there
U n .nr like Cre & OalweiJcr's.
Tonl.'ht occur the Turner soci
ety' l!l at the loduatriM home.
W ha yti call for so.la water or
(rlntif le xte that you get Cirae &
Ohlweiler's.
Hilly Trf, with hi accustomed
enterp'iie, ii out with another hsnd
mmn ws'un.
Tho only rhiiken lunch that is
rhli'kn lunch at O'Connor &
Urmtgt't tonight.
When ordering carriages remember
Crtllti V Co. Careful drivers and
moderVe cunrpcs.
Mrs. Henry Curtis ha returned
fr nit a 2-monthV s ijoura at KJgar
town and Koiton, Mats.
Mi llillier will Iks found at llsr
ruM'e stnri'. :i:t) Twentieth street,
instead c,f U.' I, at formerly.
Mr. William Stewart, 2014 Fifth
avenue, entertained a company of
friend. jcslcrdny afternoon.
Mrs. 1'. (Irs'ly, of Moline avenue,
has returned from Chicago, after a
week's visit with her daughter and
non.
Mincs France Thompson and
Florence Ifcirrnnce have retnrned
from their summer outing in Colo
rado.
I'lattileutschen Hrnders will rive a
rrrsnd dance at Stodd's hall, Ki-rhth
avenue and Ninth street, Oct. 3
Tickets '.: cent.
The opening reception to members
nf tho Young Men' Chiiatian As so-
rlntlon and their friends occurs Mon
day evening. Oct. .f.
Kclnhard l.eigcr left this morning
for Pctroit. Mich., to attend the
Cii'armakrrs' national convention as
a representative from Kock Island
union
Miss C. Hit beiM to inform her
friends and putrons that she ha re
turned from the east and is from
now on prepared to show the latest
in f ill and winter millinery.
Mr. Karnes of ew iork" was
pl.tved by the Wilson company last
vt-ninif. Ton I l' lit "The Wife" is the
bill, and the rngngemcnt will con-
rlude Sunday with Trilby."
John L. Silvis leave Mondty to
resume bis dental studie in tbe'unl-
versity at I wt City. Milton Silvis
returns to Chino. where he is nWo
pursuing thn study of dentistry.
C I'. Slockhnne, Fred Kinney
and tiscsr Schniitt will take part in
the entertainment to he given at
the auditorium in Mi line next Tues.
dsy ninjf for the cause of charity
Another ronsinment nf free silver
literature has been received and ran
had at either the Itrvaa club
hentbinartrrs or K.. It. Uuyer's ofliee.
The literature come in dUTerent
Innntes.
Kev. T. W. Crafton will address
tomorrow afternoon meeting at the
Young Men' Christian Association
There will also tie a special musical
pre-'rini. The meeting is to Le
railed at 3:110.
Malnchi Tinkler has receive ! from
Sncretarv of Sta'e W. H. Hinri'h n
his commission as fustiee of the
peace in lUack Hawk township, to
which he wss appointed at the last
session of the county board.
Tho supp?r and entertainment
given last evening at the 1'. P.
church as preparatory to rally day
was Hrgoly attended and greatly
enjoyed. The picture shown by
Mr. Kodger were very nne indeed.
The beautiful new steamer City cf
Winona and barge, l.utle erne, win
tike an excursion to Clinton Suodav.
Sept. .'7. It iat leave Rock Island at
a. in. and Davenport at 7:30 a. m.
Ticket 60 cent for the round trip.
Fa'.l millinery opening Tuesday,
Wednesday aod Thursday. The la
dies are cordially invited. Fine ex
hibit of pattern hat and production
ol our own wors: room. ve aiso
have a small souvenir for you. Call.
ladies. Ottesen. 222 West Second
street, Davenport.
Owing to the inroad made on the
theatre attendance this week, in con
sequence of the p lilical mee ing'.
Manager Bleuer has given the Wil.
sqn company the use of Harper'
theatre for matinee a well as even
ing performance tomorrow, when
the admission will be 10, 20 and 30
cents.
One fare to Springfield. 111., and
return, via K. 1. A P. railway, on ac
count of the Illinois state fair.
Ticket sold Sept. 24 to Oct. 2, lim
ited to return Oct.fi. Traws leave
Kock Island at 4:40 a. m. and 145
p. m. Arrive at Springfield at 10:60
a. in. an.i 8:4a p. m. respectively.
KqualJy good connection returning.
A flyer for tonight at Shields re
member these prices prevail tonight
oniy: rancy cranberries o cents per
inert, ginger (naps 4 cents per
ponna, a-ponnu pin ol inra 17
cents, tomatoes 6 cent per can
And Shields likewise has a full line
of fruit and vegetables on hand.
which go at price such as he is alone
capable or making.
Those interested in the formation
of a gnn club are to meet at K. II.
(, oyer's office in the Mitchell &
l.ynde building to hear a report
from a committee wi'.h reference to
the prices of desirable grounds and
a club house. The meeting place was
formerly announced as Carse hall.
bnt was changed on account of the
Lincoln club having the rooms to-n'ght.
HUSBAND GETS A DIVORCE
rraak K.
Gladness Comes
With a better understanding of the
transient nature of the many phys
ical ills, w hich vauUh before proper ef
forts gentle efforts pleasant efforts
rightly directed. There is comfort in
the knowledge, that su many forms of
sickness are not due to any actual dis
ease, but simply to a constipated condi
tion of the sybtem, which the pleasant
family laxative. Syrup of Figs, prompt
ly removes. That is why it is the only
remedy witi milliousof families, and is
everywhere esteemed so highly by all
wno vaiue froou neaitn. its beneucial
effects aue due to the fact, that it is the
one reredy which promotes internal
cleanliness without debilitating the
organs on which it acts. It is therefore
ail important, in order to get its bene
ficial effects, to note when von nnr
chase, that you have the genuine arti
cle, whieh is manufactured bv the Cali
fornia r ig Syrup Co. only and sold by
all reputable druggists.
If in the enjoyment of good health,
and the system is remilar. 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, Syrup of
Figs stands highest and is most largely
used and gives most general satisfaction.
Rernolafa Chr(oa Bis Mponsa
With UcMrttua.
rrank h. Keynolds, ol Moline, ap
peared before Judge Pleasants in the
circuit court this morning and asked
that hi matrimonial relation be
annulled. After hearing hi story
the judge granted his prayer.
Keynolds said that be and Mollie
Keynolds were married at Toledo.
Ohio, in 193. and afterward moved
to St. Louis and then to Denver,
where he alleges she deserted him
be tore tncy bad been married a
year. Ho said that Mrs. Reynold
was now in Chicago, ostensibly con
ducting a manicure parlor.
The CInU and the Flood.
AmoiiK the m:uiy queer stories re lated
iu the old Jewish Talmud is one con
cerning tho action taken by the great
race of giants at tho tMic of tho deluge.
According to Kablii Sliezer, when the
flood broke upon the earth tho giants
exclaimed, "'If all of tho waters cf tho
earth bo gathered together they will
only ri'W'li to our waists, and if tliu
fountaius of the treat deep bo broken
up wo will stamp them down again.
The sauio writer, who was out) of the
compilers of the Talmud, says that they
uetiiiilly tried to do this when tho flood
finally came, tliezrr says that Og, their
leader, "planted his foot upon the foun
tain of the deep und with bin hands
rlwd the wiudows of heaven." Then,
according to this same queer story,
"God made the waters hot and boiled
the hYsh from tho bones of the haughty
giants."
llm Xarguiu ot 1'ulestiiiH also says
that the waters of the rltsid wcro hot
and that the skin of the rhinoceros lays
in folds because ho was not allowed to
liter tho ark, but caved himself by
hooking bis horn under the sides of the
Vessel and tl )atiiiil with it. but the
wati r whieh was directly under und at
the Miles of the nrk was not hot the
rliitu roeetiis loosened his eliiii swim
ming from a luouiitaiu jx-ak to the side
of tlx: vessel, tlno account says that U
and another Kiant liam.d Lauu also
saved themselves by tuking retupe in
the cool water under the ede of the
atk's hull, along with the rhinoceros.
hie ratiliinac authority quoted by Gould
in Ins "1'utriarch and Prophets" tavs
that tg saved himself lyeliuihiiiUsiu
tint top ol the urk, mid that when Nu:i!i
tliseovi red und tried to dislodge, him hu
swore to lie a slavo to Noah's family
fnrevtr if allowed to remain. 6t. Louis
Kepublic.
J( ETTIKG THE BESt
vm -----
t everythine; in the Grocery
line is trail ini; at our store.
We make a business of bavins
everything new in the market, j
ana you can deiend en us.
Here you may find:
I VEGETABLES . .
Rammer Sqaath,
tinnmra
Tomatoes,
Sea FlKtit.
Pickling Onions. Kweet PntatAM.
'elery, Lima Beans,
Carrots, wx Beans.
Koastlne Kara, Kadihes, Peaa.
Head Lctlnce.
Oysters.
Dressed
Sprine
Cbicken.
FRUITS . .
Pearhea Mn backet) Preserving Peara, '
Uraiies,
Apple.
Cranhcriles,
CHEESE .
FroDias; dc Br!c,
tin ported Swiss,
hdam,
i'inrapple.
California Pear.
California Flume,
is ananas.
Ctubhonae,
Voqii- fort.
New York Cream,
Ncufchatol.
New iinckwheat Flour,
Cocoanuts.
New Maple Syrup.
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Oil Paintings.
Given Away with
Every Purchase of
$4, $5, $10 or $12.
Riverside Hard Coal Bale
Burner.
Smooth Castings, Perfect Mount
tags, Elegant Trimmings, with
more good points than any
stove made.
CALL AND SEE THEM.
DAVID DON,
1616-1617
Notice.
The undersigned laondrymen have Fnrchased.
agreed to do a cash business on and I time
a'ter uct. l,
Coupon books in denominations of
from f 1 to f 10 will be sold at a dis
count of 5 per cent and can be se
cure a irom tne different drivers or
the laundry otlice.
Slt.scn. I'arker x I.:iundrv.
A. M. I'ahkkh. Prop.
Kock I'.and Steam Laundry.
!l tKM tlj)4 ShXTo
C. O. 1 Laundrv.
Caki. Acutehmax.
Moline Cltv Luumlrr.
M. H. Lvon. lrop.
rUcctrio I.aundrv.
I. A. MhKKYMA.
GET A TICKET and start in. We
punch your ticket with the amount
Bring your ticket every
yon buy anything. It won't
take long to get one of these beautl
ful pictures.
Ask for a Ticket
THE BOSTON
Awarded
Mistiest Honors World'
DR.
Fair.
V k -jry
On rare to Spring rtelil.
Dae fare to Sprlngbeld, III., and re
turn, via B. I. & P. railway, on ac
count of the Illinois state fair.
Tickets sold Sept. 28 to Oct. 2. lim
ited to return Oct. 5. Trains leave
Rock Island at 4:40 a. m. and 1:45 I
p. m. Arrive at Springbeld at 10:50
a. m. and 8:45 p. m. respectively
Equally gocd connections returning.
Schoo
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CREAM
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crape Oaam of Tartar Powder. Free
rn ArnmonM, Aijm or any ether aduitcrint
4. TIAKS THI STANSAKO.
TkeWaatawr.
Partly cloudv and cooler tonight I
with frost; fair and cooler Sunday:
winds becomine northwesterly.
Today's temperature, 65.
r. J. Wiu, Observer.
-AT-
Ask for JaeV Beam whisky.
To Car a Cold la On Dar
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab.
let. All uruirvisU refund the
motey if it fail to cure. 85 cents
Ask for Jack Beam whisky.
Taylors
1717 Second Avenue.
SECOND AVENUE.
Cupid Hovers Near
When your sweetheart ac
tual or prospective opens a
bos of
Chocolates or Bon Bons
Sent her by you. The an
swer to the question How
to (iet Married send her a
box of the EXQUISITE HON
BONS handled by
KRELL S MATH
BAKERY AND PARTY
Phone 1156. 1716-1718 Seoond Ave.
P. S. Try a few yourself.
EVER
Has or ought to have an eye to his attire. Fine clothing is the uniform
of sucefss and prosperity. Every man seeks to look his position. He
must have a tailor help him do it. aud a good tailor at that. We claim
first place in Rock Island as the tailors of
MEN OF TASTE
Our made-to-order suits are praised everywhere because they are models
of everything that clothing should be in material, style, fit and finish.
For all this we are low in price, and our line Is the most complete ever
shown here. Come in and see what we are showing.
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About our reputation, 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
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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.
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ALWAYS IX THE LEAD.
NEVER AS PRE1TV.
NEVER AS MANY STYLES.
NEVER AS LOW IN PRICE.
Besides there is something in the touch, finish and style of
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That distinguishes it from all other makes and which merit alone can produce. Parents who take pride in
seeing their bos look neat and natty, should, by all means, visit our boys' department.
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And they are decidedly the sweetest, cutest, latest and handsomest we have ever shown. If you are looking
for a little better article at a less price than you expected to pay, by all means visit
Sole agents fir Dugan .& Hudson's Iron Clad Boys' Shoes The best shoe on
earth, and a guarantee with every pair.
Headquarters for Fine Clothing and Shoes

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