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THE ABQXTS. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1900.
WE AT HSR WE MAY HAVE
Fair tonigJd and Tuesday;
J. ST. SHERIER, Obierv er.
Temperature at 7 a. m. 34,
at 3:30 p. m. 41.
Cable that the remains were buried
at eea. Aledo Times-Record.
the body. The report is current at
Constable L. V . Eckhart this after
noon told tne type and printing oat
tit of the late Rock Island Republican.
A. D. Farmer Tvpe Foundry company
watt the only bidder, baying the ma
terial and press for $700, subject to a
lien of f it.
XV. A. Baker, who produced the
opera "fowaatan ' wiin local laieni
under tne auspices oi tne kock isl
and Associated Caarities a few years
ago is rehearsing a company of Mo-
hoe singers for a presentation oi tne
opera. It will be given Thanksgiv
ing week for the benefit of the
Miss Frances E. Newton, a member
of the faculty of the Chicago Kinder
garten institute, and at the head of
the kindergarten department of the
Chautauqua assembly, will lecture for
the Mothers' club and the Kincergar
ten association in the kindergarten
room of the Lincoln buildine Tues
day afternoon at 4 o'clock. After the
lecture the Mothers' club will nola a
reception for Miss Newton, and will
serve light refreshments, for which 10
cents will be charged.
Will of C. W. Kefoa.
The will of the late Charles XT
Negus was admitted to probate today
By its terms all the . property, both
re Aland personal isdivided between his
wile. Ida M. .Neeus, and son, cnanes
D. Netrus. Mrs. Neerus and Phil
Mitchell are made executors of the in
s'rument and guardians of the son till
he reaches his majority. By a codicil
an interest in the family piano, which
is an heirloom, is given to Grace
Knowlton, niece of the testator, and
100 is given to James Knowlton, who
is a nephew.
The case of George Rispan, charged
with assaulting bam Knox, came bt
fore Magistrate Stafford this morning
As convicting evidence was wanting
the case was dismissed.
Frank Howard and Charles Weaver,
held for the theft of a horse aai
bupgy beloaging to John Lorensen, of
Big Island, were bound over to the
grand jury this afternoon by Magis
trate Stafford in $500 bonds. Sheriff
R. O McGauzhev and Chief of Pol ce
Charles Balluff, of Muscatine, came
up to testify to the arrest of the m ?n.
I reio ;oods hale.
Be n hand for the dress goods sale
all we k at loung os McLombs .
We will put on sale for one week
only, tcginning Saturday, No. 10,
and ending Saturday, rsov. 1, our
line cf ladies' patent leather lnce welt.
extension sole shoes, made on the
latest style toe, our regular price
$3.50 at this sale they 20 at tJ.b'J. A
great tnap. Ca'.l and see them.
The Mode UN.
1705 Second Avenue.
Bay a home of Koidy Bros.
Shirts to order at Stewart's.
For Insurance E. J. Barns.
Perrin's gloves at Stewart's.
For real estate, E. J Barns.
Ask for Rock Island Girl cigar.
Miss Byrnes for fine millinery.
Knox and Stetson hats Lloyd's.
List your property with Reidy Bros.
Call for La FlordeE. T. D., 10 cents.
The chrysanthemum has come to
The kangaroo girl has to get a hump
The Retail Merchants' association
If you want yoor property Bold list
It with Hull & (Jo.
Moline Turners are to have their an
nual fair Dec. 3-8.
Iron beds fl.08 at the Fleming Far
niture company this week.
One lleece lined boieery item at
McCabe's at just half price.
If you want to buy or sell real es
tate, consult Goldsmith & McKee.
Thirty-five cent merchants' lunch
at noon hour at Harms' restaurant.
Swedish Olive lodge, I. O. O. F..
Moline. celebrated its 25th anniversary
Old gold and silver bought or made
over into new jewelry. Brookman,
Iron bedstead sa'e all this week.
Iron beds from $1 up at the Flem
ing rurniture company.
Important blanket s Ue at McCabe's.
1 heir ad can only hint at the many
things oflered above. Go and see.
Bst grades cf California fruits.
nuts, caudie. cigars and tobacco at
:ilG Twentieth street. I. Levinstein.
Closing out the last of several lots
of decorated dishes at the prices of
plain white, this week at McCaue s.
The regular monthly membership
meetinjr of the Rook Inland Club will
be held tomorrow evening at 6 o'clock
Highest grade of work in the laun
dry line is done by the American
laundry. A-k those who have tried
it. Phone 1236.
i ako advantage or the special iron
bedstead sale this week at the Flem
inir Furniture eouipnny. Iron b.'ds
from f 1 'J 3 up.
A line S-dav clock, strikes the hour
and half hour on a gocg. lf jnches
wide, woith tf 5i. for onlv 4.75 at
Bro kraau'j, the jeweler.
Miss Ada Paulsen, of list Ninth
avenue, was operated upon at St. An
thony's hospital yesterday for appen
dieitis. She is doing well.
Right this way to McCabe's cioak
department: the p!aca where correct
dressers and keen buyers are crowd
ing for this week's se!linr.
McCabe s ad will stir things up
this week m the knit underwear fee
tion, and nut a quarter of the special
good tilings could bo mentioned.
Through the agencv of Goldsmith
& McKee a recent transfer in real
estate was Sarah I'.. Robinson to Julia
E. Rosen ticld; consideration $4, 500.
Prof. Al Benson and George Tiede
man will srive dancing lessons everv
Friday evening at Turner hall, com
ineneing Nov. lt. Dancing after class
George B Canode, of Mt. Morri",
lil.. has purchased from Mrs. M. F.
Itahnsen her retail drug business on
Twtiitieth street. Mr. Canode ha
Abrahiru Glover today tiled a bill
of divorce with Circuit Clerk Gamble.
He was married in 198 at Yorkville,
111 , End accuses his wife, Fannie
Glover, of inti.lelity.
T. II. Thomas has let the contra, t
to R. G. Hudson for one of the pret
tiest plate glass fronts for his drug
store in the three cities. It will be
ornamented with prism tops and will
bs modern in all respects.
This is the week set apart by the
Y. M. C. A throughout the world as
annual prayer week, and meetings for
men will be held at the Y. M. C. A.
chapel each eveuing at o'clock.
Different leaders will nave charge each
vt.rrank Lit, assistant saperic- to iinnir-ii vm Hunt .ioi.
tendent. and Charles W. Galloway, I imbui!e. Ia.. Nov. 12. A sensation
of the International Correspondence J h:is 1i-ii -:ui--l by the aniiouneenienr
Schools, of Scranton. Pa.. leave todav I " the Kimi.ji Stout Lumber coni
to attend the annual convention to he l1 ''" eini.l..yiiis l"" men. will jiive up
held in Chicago the 11th. j it yard l..-r.- jind .vix.mrate its
. . ... . I whole business at M. Loins.
It is now positively known that it I -
was Henrv Tomlins'on who died at J iwr..riiD.s.ithi,fr.
sea on board the transport Mead. ' I-ondon. Nov. VJ. General F.aden
which arrived in San FrincUeo 1. . rowe!!. Min; to , i,, ( rowt
, , ... . , . ,. . eorvespotuleiiT of Tbe iMdv Mad, Iras
week, though nothing has teendeli mnti e-uU.ri,. f,.v,.r. but Lis con
nitely If arued as to the disposition of ,iiti.n is rot serious.
- Che.mterla.tn''0r1ch ttemtdr la Chlcaro.
I Hisgen 'ri5-' lDe popular south
(side aajT'i'sts. corner Sixty-n'nth
( street add Wentworth avenue, say:
1 "We fell a great deal of Chamber
t Iain's Cough Remedy, and find that
( it gives the most satisfactory results,
1 especially among children for severe
' colds and croup." For sale by all
A 1 ig saving in suits by buying at
1 ounr & McCotnbs .
The collection of trarbae will be
discontinued Nov. 15.
G G. CitAHi. Jk.. M. IX,
Commissioner of Health.
KiilV Wif filv-n a DlToirr.
New York. Nov. 12. Ianied I. In-
frrahain. who was appointed referee in
the divorce suit brought by Mrs. Nor
man Selby against her Uubaml. Nor
man S. !! (Kil .Mw'nyi. tiled his re
port Saturday and rinds that the pui
list's wife is entitled to her divorce.
Spnutor lavli Kttr.
St. Paul. Nov. lr. A. .T. Stone.
Senator 1 'avis' medical attendant, last
niht issueI th following bullttn
"After a oid nij;lit Senator Iuvis
sMined stronger this eveninir.. Is
rather more restless this eveiiii j;. but
toinper.it tire and pulse :ire both frod."
Tliry Killed a ShrritTs Deputy.
New Orleans. Nov. 12. Win. Ian-
iels and Loss Johnson were Saturday
eonviettil of inunliT at Lake diaries.
I.a.. and sentenced to th" state jhmii-
tentiarv for life, for killimr a sheriff's
deputy while trying to lynch a nefjro.
Itritivli nnil ltitrr ( it;lt Again.
Pietori.i, Nov. J. The British have
reoceupied Philipolis after four hours
tijrhiin. General Iren-li Avill take
ominaiid of the .lohaunesliuri: distriet.
The eoiiditioii of Miss lloherts. daugh
ter of Lord Ko'H-rts. i inure serious.
A ppiiinil by iiovrrnor Tanner.
SprinsrhVld. Ills.. Nov. V2. fJovprn
or Tanner has appointed Sheldon C
Ay res. of 1 lalesburii. cotnniissioi'er to
mark the oitions of Illinois troops
on Sh;I. battlefield, tosiic ted General
.lohn A. Met ! i naiul. deceased.
Dr. Bull's Congh Syrup cured Cough
or Cold at once. Conquers Croup,
Whoopinc-Couti and Iea4le-Cougii
without fail. All mothers praise it.
Poctors prescribe it for Bronchitis,
Hoarseness, Cripp, Pneumonia and
Consumption, tjuick, euro results.
TVir;. 15 cents. R-fi:.- the deati r Mitiilu:c.
Always cures hen others fail.
Or. Bull PUU crc Coostipctrao. 50 pill 10c
I If your childrea are fretful, peev
ish, and cross, mother the same, ditto
the boss, it would seem proper to give
'em ail Rocky Mountain Tea. 35
oents. Ask your druggist.
Subscribe for Thb Abgcs.
For Ladies' Patent Leather Extension
i Sole, made in the Paris Toe, all
I widths and a perfect fitter. We sue-
ceeded in getting only a limited num
I ber of pairs.
1 THE BOSTON
j PRICE BROS. & CO., Props. New Location One Door West of Young & McCombs.
CORNER SEVENTEENTH STF.ET AND T11IRD AVENUE.
All the modern branches of work known in dentistry
done in this cflice. We are peers in the art of painless
Extracting Teeth Positively Painless our Specialty.
BEST RED RUBBER
BRIDGE WORK PER
CROWNS $2. 50 "P
FILLING 7.00 and OP
. EXTRACTING 5QC
All Other Work la Proportion.
Teeth Extracted Free When Plate are Ordered. Examination and
Office Hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. Sunday 9 a. m. to 12 p. m.
Gold Crown Dental Parlors,
Corner Seventeenth Street and Third Avenue.
Order yoar supply of
winter potatoes now.
We have a car of
They are the best pota
toes raised. Call at our
store and see the potatoes.
1620 Second Ave. Thone 10:51.
Come as a Gentle Reminder that the Fall Season is
Examing Your Byes
WILL PLEASE YOU.
We Fit the Eyes
Where Others Fail.
No Cm Too Hard For l' to Fit.
Why leave traveling opticians sell
you spectacles when we guar
antee fit in every case?
Atk jonr neighbor about BamMr'i Rpectm
clea. Every patient a living testimonial.
Manufacturing Jeweler and Op
tician. Opposite Harper house.
Your Top CoatPi
Will buy a very clever Top Coat in our store. Among
them are Oxfords, Cheviots and coverts, the same chic
and style as some of the better grades.
Fall f gamer I
Will not last long, but
the days, whether
windy or cold, may
be kept full of pleas
ure by adorning your
self in one of my sty
lish warm fall or win
ter suits. Call and
see my large line of
the latest patterns in
Woolens. Keep me
J. B. MMER,
1823 Second Ave, Bock Island.
Buys a swell Top Coat, silk lined whip cords, and silk
lined Oxfords. We give you top notch in quality and
rock Bottom in price. This is why people like our
store as a trading place. Is it a wonder the other fel
low has the blues?
1 -jIv 1
TWO BIG STORES.
ONE TINY L.1TTLK PRICE.