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TILK ABGUS, 3OXDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 189S.
Tbm Weather w May Han
Rata touiifht and Tuesday,
$ Today's temperature Gtt.
Iiead Dolly IJros'. ad.
Eberbart's piano sale.
liny one a Kinship cigar.
For reliable fire insurance call on
E. J. Burns
Cannel coal at MeKown's. Just
the thin;; for your grates.
The board of sujervisors meets in
September session tomorrow.
Plenty of Michigan peaches and
plums for preserving at Hess I'ros.
Dr. William Sterling, the osteopath,
611 West Sixteenth street, Davenport.
Sweet milk, cream, buttermilk and
ice cream at 111 and 113 Nineteenth
The rest of the night force at
liock Island arsenal was dismissed
Reduced prices 011 all photographic
work at C K. Smith's studio, opjo.site
Deputy Jawrence KihPs internal
revenue collections for last week ag
Business property, residence prop
erty and lots for sale in. all parts of
the city by K. J. Burns.
Finest work for the money ever of
fered in liock Island at C. K. Smith's
studio, opposite Harper house.
Of course you want the best; every
smoker does. Ask your druggist for
the Ideal cigar, and you will Imj happy.
Bring in the babies and children
now, wtule you can get their pictures
bo cheap and good at Smith's, opposite
Charles Kolls, who has been with
McCahe Bros, the past aix years, has
accepted a position with the Boston
There are others, but none so pure
and sweet as the Ideal cigar. Try
one and you will have 110 other. All
druggists sell them.
The hearing of the Hass-liock Island
& Peoria injunction proceedings will
lc held in chaiulers before Jndge
(lest Wednesday morning.
Cole and Barr, of Davenport, beat
Dart and Dart, of liock Island, in the
tennis tournament at the Davenport
Outing club last Saturday.
K. Turner, the expert photograph
er, has located on the lot adjoining the
jKjstolllee, and is ready now to do
anvthing in his line photos, views,
There is art in tailoring, and Dorn's
suits show what modern tailoring
means. Up to date and natty, his
g Is and style please all who see
Aid. II. B. Wheelan. D. ;. White, j
Abe Kahlke and William Range, of
this city, captured prizes in the pet
stock exhibits at the Scott county fair
To more thoroughly introduce our
work we have reduced the prices,
not the quality, of our line phetos
will pay you to investigate. C. E.
Smith, rooms opposite Harper house.
Judge llest has taken under advise
ment the application of Dr. J. F. Free
man, the cancer doctor, restraining
the McCaskrins, and the state board
of health from further prosecuting
Mayor Medill and the lire and light
committee. Aids. Charles Bluer, T. A.
Tender and (I. W. Aster, leave tonight
on a city light inspection tour. They
will visit St. Paul anil Minneapolis
and then go west to Omaha. Kansas
City and St. Joe.
John Bledsoe, of this city, was
picked up on the streets of Davenport
the other day in a demented coudi
tion anl sent to Mercy hospital for
treatinent. He is the father of Pri
vate Bledsoe, who died at Camp
Alger, and has a family on Twenty
The citizens of Milan are arranging
to hold a barlecue on VandrufT's isl
and in honor of the county soldiers
and sailors. The mavors and com
mittees in charge of the arrangements
so far progressing in nock Island and
Mohne have been asked to cooperate
This may be done. It has also been
troi08ed to hold the celebration this
side of liock river.
Dr. J. T. Tavlor. late "raduate of
the dental department of Northwest
ern university, has decided to locate
here at home and has opened oflices
at 219 Eighteenth street. Dr. Taylor
has devoted much of his time to the
stud v of dentistry, and the high stand
ing he attained at the university is
certainly enough to commend him
to all who might require his services
In the county court Saturday John
Miller, who stole a pail of lartl from
the St. Clair Packing company, and
(leorge Welch, a Moline bov. who
ihhI from a till, entered pleas of
and will be imposed in case he does
not follow the straight and narrow
Prof. J. L. Baker, a music composer .
from Kansas City, is stopping in J
Rock Island. Mrs. Aceneth Baker, j
Prof. Baker's mother, is with him. j
They have leen traveling together for '
more than a year for the purpose of '
introducing some of his new com- '
positions for the piano. Prof. Baker
comes from Chicago to this citv. and
will leave in a few davs for Burling- '
ton. One of his best known compo- !
sitious is '-Baker's Band March."
which is used in nearly all the public
schools in Kansas City, Indianapolis
and Cincinnati. The professor is the .
composer of numerous other musical :
gems including "Morning Glory j
Polka,' - Cripple Creek " Waltz,
Bob White's Band." etc.
Riverside Stoves and Ranges
IN THE INTEREST OF LABOR.
Teaterday'a Regular Monthly Meeting- of
the Tri-City Congress.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Tri-citv I,abor Congress was held at
the Industrial Home building yester
day afternoon. Delegates were ad
mitted from Painters' and Decorators'
Union 11, Carpeuters' and Joiners'
Union ICO. and Wheelniakers' Union
W. H. Howells. linancial secretary,
resigned ami was succeeded by the
election of J. J. Ford. The salary of
the corresponding secretary was fixed
at for regular sessions and if 1 for
Six unfair barber shops were re
ported in Rock Island, and three places
named where Imgus union label cigars
are on sale.
A committee was appointed on the
application of a committee of miners
from Coal Valley to investigate the
merits in the eves of labor of the Coal
Valley Mining company and the Blos
somburg Mining company.
An invitation from Rev. T. W.
(irafton, of the Memorial Christian
church, to the congress to attend ser
vices next Sunday evening was ac
cepted, and Messrs. Louis Jahns and
Marshall Beck apjointed speakers for
A memorial was authorized to each
of the citv councils of the three cities
prohibiting the interference of street
cars with parades or funeral proces
sions. This action finds its justifica
tion in the way the Iaborday parade
of a week ago was interrupted and
cut up by the- movoment of sjecial
trains along the streets through
which the procession was moving.
At the iolf Links.
ilic lollowing scores were matte in
the sixth preliminary tournament for
the ladies handicap cup at the arse
nal golf links Saturday afternoon.
dross llaudi- Net
Miss It. Chambers ax
MLs.4 K. Decker hri 'M
Mrs. Hutterworth S3 IS
Mrs. W. L. Allen Ki HJ
Mrs. Kimball 105 3H
Mr. Skinner Hi 10
Mrs. F. i;. Allen ! 21
Miss Not t SI S
Miss A Decker S4 18
Mm O. V. llorney
Mists Preston . V IT
Mrs. Kol.ioson 113 33
Mrr Carly ; 1
I XI.. I ' IT . ... k
but : Miss t'abie l.-J -
Tf I Mrs. Hollowrbush HH 14
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JS'one better. Call and ex
amine the largest and best
stock of Stoves and Ranges in
615-1617 Second Avenue.
Stil go for, a pair
Not many left, Gentlemen; so you had better get a hurry on you, if you
need a pair. x
LADIES' TJLIET SHOES-
Elegant hand-sewed and flexible McKay's, are beinjr knifed,
heard of before. TO MAKE ROOM.
We close at 6 :30except2 Wednesday and Saturday evenings.
WHAT EVER ? tbe Grocery
lieinif winners in previous
gniltv. Judge Adams sentenced Jlii-
ler to 30 days in jail and Welch was
released on his own recognizance, but
a sentence and line hangs over him
of fvirr nttnr from mm iimMnitn mnai
I otwtiiuu iC-'wauk Kryiujta. I ks-r, anJ u S
rraptKma. rtr uicidy. p truant vj. parma- 3
neuUy cunsl by
KEISKELL'S OI'iTiIEIiT. i
h4n.ti7, arxl I krpt o lj tlx use of
C It is .a mhmolvtely VIT. anap. ccUBfctnvd with -
f ml icitMl nm and hrt, aootsmr s.i 3
bMliBt in ita rffece held bf a!l Irajrr"'- 3
f Oiatauat, M ota. a boa : aoapj Sk eta. a caaa. 3
a JtlMTCI, BOLLOWXTa CO,
5 ,, .f,.'-J,T'""''' " P'"'aaaiiiiiMi
DeuiMrata Oct tlic Ciovcmnr DivlHion of
lite tltlier O Circs.
Colirado Sprinfrs. Colo., Pent. 12.
Fusion between the Democrats, Popu
lifts ami the Teller branch of the silver
Tteriuljlieans is an accomplished fact
After a strupsle lasting thirty-Fix houra
between the conference committees of.
the three parties an agreement was
reached Saturday by which the offices
were apportioned between the parties.
The lifliculty va over the governor,
which the JV-ft'.ocrats finally got, to
gether with one university regent.
To the I'opulists were accorded the
offices of lieutenant governor, secretary
of state, attorney general and one re
gent, while the silver KepuMlcans re
ceived treasurer, auditor, superintend
ent of public instruction and one regent.
Charles S. Thomas, of Denver, is the
fution nominee for governor. The plat
forms are all free silver.
Home Vialtorn Excursion to Ohio.
$'J.7o, Cincinnati and return.
fU.".-), Ixmisville, Ky.. and return.
.7o. Dayton. Ohio.'and return.
$i.7.". Columbus. Ohio, and return.
$7.75. Indianapolis. Ind.. and re
tarn. Thursday. Sept. 15, is the date of
the home visitors' excursion to Ohio
points via the R. I. & P.
Take this opportunity to ajjain visit
the old home.
Omaha Low Kate.
Only lo.:0 to Omaha and return
via. C, It. I. A: P. railway. Good re-turnin"-
Coal. Coke. Wood.
Summer prices on lest ;raJe of
hard coal. Hard wood. Ion;; or short.
Phone 119S. E. B. McKowx.
Hard Coal Market.
Antbrn'j ve coal, all sizes, delivered
at tS.nO per ton, for immediate de
K. (i. Fkazek.
More than twenty million free sam
ples of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve
have been distributed by the manu
facturers. AVhat better proof of their
confidence in its merits do von want?
It cures niles." burns, scalds, sores, in I
the shortest space of time. T. II. K OCi All UOOUS
Thomas. A. J. Kiess and M. F. Bahn- ' l'
line can le found
in our store. A
lartre line of
Fresh Vegetables and Fruits re
ceived every morning. Kead
the list below
Head Lettuce, Cauliflower,
Lima, Green and Wax Reans,
Ovster Plant, Spinach,
Watermelons on ice.
Tokay Grapes and Oranges.
Dressed Spring Chickens
1620 Stent At.
EC K HARTS
Just received a
placed on sale at very
All kinds to select
from at lowest prices.
Phone 4474. Twentieth Street.
& We Do Not 5
Offer yoa something fornoth
ing nor do we sell one thing J
below cost in order to catch g
you on something else : : : : si
2 But We Do Buy and g
in tn" or!I's cyc.lrg championship
races at Vierna. Ceorge A. Banker, the
American eye'rst. won the professional
mi:e. unpacJ, ty s:x Inches, in 3:01.
The Kind Yn Kan Jl'xaR Bl
On a Cash Basis.
That is the reason why it costs
yoa so much less to live Bi
when yoa trade at ::::::
S NELSON'S CASH GROCERY, $
g 329 Twentieth Street. JJ
Phone 1090. g
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53 Notches below others makes the Price Right, too.
NEW FALL STYLES
v 5 WELLDO
Swell dressers cannot fa?l to
ness of our New Fall Stock
Boys' Millinery. Every
Derby and Fedoras that are
find here variable enough to suit
and conditions of men. You'll
you see the quality in our new
see the admirable-
of Gentlemen's and
shape and color in
worth having you'll
all tastes, all
We have always sold splendid hats at $2, but
values we are now showing are ' better than
Cheaper qualities from 48c upwards
A perfectly exquisite line of Boys' and Girls' Tarn
O'Shanter and Golf Caps. Prices, 25 and 50c.
TWO BIGGEST STORES TWO BEST STORES.