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THE AKGUS. Fit ID AY, OCTOBER i0, 18!)S.
Party slippers at Dolly Bros'.
Oyster and celery at Long's.
Oysters ami celery at PassijV.
Canada cider at V. A. Kh!el's.
Dressc 1 ducks at H. SelnVoder's.
Ovsters ami celery at Itunchcr's.
Dressed chickens at II. Schreder's
Dressed and live chicken at Lous.
Dressed turkeys at II. Sckr'ieder's.
New scale Kiniliall piano at Itowl
by's. Dresr.cl chickens at Huruher's gro
cery. Cape C'i'l cranl' Tries at V. A. Khleb's.
H. T re ma nn &
h the basket at Hess
Cooking and eating apples at Hun
chers. California Tokav grapes at V. A.
Ovstcrs and celery at H. Treiiiann
New California prunes at W. A.
New York grapes bv the basket at
A square j;rand piano for $20 at
Miss Josephine Hawes is visiting
in the city.
Oysters, celery anl cranberr'u's at
Fancv eating and cooking apples at
cssimI to order at
Hid H:l!iel tSi Davis pia'icv
and chickens a' II
Tremai'.ii V Sons'.
New b;iekwhe;it ti our and maple
V n:p at Hess Bros.'
Jersey ueet potatoes and can'.i
lh er at Hess Bros".
Bargain- in organs., new and see
on. '..hand at Bon i bv's.
Three carts f Cape (' I cranber
ries for i."".' at Tassig's.
Don't t'ofget the dance a!!odd's
hall ati:rday evening.
The het working shoe in the mar
ket, at D'tllv Bros".
i'i kliiig pears, ipiiiK't s at!,j li.mnd
sweets at V. A. Khleb's.
Oyster lunch tomorrow night at
lloldorf's, on Third avenue.
House fur rent of live rooms in good
repairs at llloTliird avenue.
Capt. (r-orge Lam on t went to t.
Louis on business last evening.
The (Juieknieal buckwheat Hour is
the best. Ask your grocer lor it.
County Treasurer Campbell re
t u reed from Chicago last evening.
Log cabin maple syrup and new
buckwheat Hour at V. A. Khleb's.
Spring chicken lunch at Jack Martin"-
sample room Saturday night.
Catawba. Delaware and Niagara
gr iut - bv the basket at ll.- Dros".
vr. A. B
e ijuartet and
grapes, hanarias, ajii'ie-,
e- and tomatoes at
ses and wagons; applv at (Jeorge
SutclifTe's. 1420 and 1431 Second av
enue. Just received a car nad of choice
butterine, which we ire selling at
loo ht pound at H Tremann &
Don't forget the m is,-uerade ball
at the Armory hall tonorro.v night.
Costumes can be had at the hall.
Good order guarantee I.
Yoii will iind at I'as-ig's tomorrow
morning a grand displ iv of frnit and
vegetables. It will pay you to leave
your Sunday order with him.
These hard times do not ctTect the
demand for Riverside Oaks. The
Hock Island Stove coripany reports
a larger demand tlmn ever, this fall.
.John Po ell anil britie have return
ed from the White eitj, and are now
o!T on a little trip before settling
don n in their home in Drurv town-
The case of the Pc ple vs. Emil
Fritch, for trespass, has hfen contin
ued until Oct. 30, on account of the
sickness of J. L. Haas, attorney for
The sowing school connected with
the Ladies' Belief socit i- w ill meet to
morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock in the
old high school. All children will
be well taken care of.
C. F. Heath, formerly manager of
the Western Union Te egraph" com
pany in Bock Island, but lately of
Elgin, passed through the city "this
morning on his wav to Fort Worth.
Mrs. J. V. Bailey and daughter.
Miss Carrie Bailey, have returned
from Omaha where Mis. Bailey r left
her sister. Mrs. J. J. Johnson, who
has been very ill with typhoid fever,
)Mrs. A. II. (,uycr aid Mrs. J. K.
Kimball 'nave returned from their
, vis-t to Chicago. Wh le there Mrs.
Kim ball arranged for a grand Stcin
u av piano f.,r the Bock Island and
Mo'lne Musk-al club.
The ;.ng looked for and much her
alded cieiit. the. first presentation of
The Masked Ball" takes place next
Ti:e-lay cictiing at the Harper thea
tre. The Masked Bali" is one of
tiie g. :r:ine successful lew plays of
:a.-t sea-on. .New l ork runs are not
ain a s evcrvt hirg claii led for them,
but The Ma-ked Ball" crowded Pal
mer's t heat re. New Yi rk. for four
Virc'uia'a Only SIve.
The state of Virginia once owned a
clave the only one probably the f oui
monwealth ever did own. He was known
as Con the Bell Ringer of the Universi
ty of Virginia, The university only had
$200 left over when it was endowed', and
it was proposed to buy a negro with this
amount and keep him as a bell ringer.
They bought Ben, and in his time he be
came a great character at the university.
He knew everybody and was very useful
to everybody. Ben used to get very
drunk on the liberal and constant fees
he received from students. He died in
the Albemarle poorhouseat an advanced
age. Richmond State.
J- E. Montrose. Mwij'i.
Tuesday Night. Oct. 24.
Feast time here The comedy iic.f of the
t( on A cycVmc of rrerrhurn: C'yJe
FilMioV Inuliior hit.
The Masked Ball
Under the Direction of
sh-i.ts. t oars, Lanffbtir. crai.j
.at on sa Ott 4- at Harper Iloa-c ptar
' lno 45c. 1.0c. 7 h" aua i.
nvMits in '
none of t!t
t tires of
uid its engage
's lori.' I'Topor-
1. I i- n coined v
' trite and hackneyed fea
tlic ciinvcnli mal comedv
farce, and it will
be pri sen ted by
greet i ng
Cauli ll iver. Jersey sweet potatoes
and all kinds of squash at W. . A.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Adams arrived
irim Chicago last night for a visit in
Miss Jennie Bauson has just re
turned from a "-'-weeks' visit at the
Ask your grocer for Yankee Flap
jack flour tnr griddle cakes. Best
Justice Hawes yesterday married
Claus Neuwerk and Miss Anna Han
sen, of Mol'me.
Chicken hinch at (lust, Whalen's to
morrow night, corner Tenth street
and Third avenue.
California t"ars. iie;o-li
bananas, dates, ligs and New
grapes ut Bu neher's.
JuMt received a large shi intient of
the latest style of ladies' shoes am
slippers at Dolly Bros'.
(ioiipto H. Schroeder's market
oil Twentieth street, and set.- hi:
grand display of poultry.
Loral World- Fair V isitors.
Mrs. John C. Kinnev left todav for
Leopold Simon has returned from
C. J. Dart went to Chicago this
Arthur Burrail left tais morning
fo'r the fair.
Mr. and Mrs. John V.dk arc visit
ing the fair.
S. S. Tarr returne 1 t lis morning
from the fair.
Officer John Muhjue 'ii left la-t
evening for the fair.
Mr-, a. C. Bui-mil and Mrs. M. M.
Briggs have gone to the fair.
James O'Connor left for Chicago
:a-t evening to vs-it tne fair.
W. S. Tulmer and ilatghter, Miss
Norma, have gone to tin fair.
Sigfried K. Lehuberg left this
morning for a few davs' visit to ihe
Police Oflicer Oeorg-'" Cromiton
and family are honi from the
Desk Sergeant Cromj tou and his
brother, John, returned last evening
from the fair.
Mrs. P. Norruoyle, accompanied
by her daughters. Mary and Anna,
and son, Joe, left for th; fair today.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles O'Hara, Mr.
and Mrs. M. II. Sexton, and Miss
Josie Sexton leave tomorrow for the
i';i n i i llower
pal. -ley. :
and choice tomatoes at Buncher"-.
l or Sale Two good deiiierv hor
ffTirvSM r?': K!l W'!7 a
i co'.esaie Dt-a'cr I:niH ru r ef
Wiues ahd Liqimrs
1616 and Ids Third Av
(Succtsor io 11. VVEMT,l
Merchant -:- Tailor,
119 Eighteenth Street.
Natloual Lgixiundn u m marized.
Wamiisctox, Oct. 2i. The henate dis
cussed Teller's motion to ci rrtct the jour
nal, iu that he had not beet, recor ied prfs
euf when ou roll-call he w is present I but
refused tu answer to his name, for scv
hours. when Teller-withdraw it, and the
ichni1 bill was taken up. V tier l-i;iuiiiii
auot her .section of his speech, 'the vice
president presented a conniiuni atioii from
the treasury slating that a deficit of ." ',
Ot'i.tCW in national iinauces was probable
for t he year.
The house parsed a resu.utioti that be
ginning Monday next the I aukruptcy b..l
shall be considered iu con milieu of the
whole and then resumed c niMdei at ion of
j t lie ci!i..-. pi rit ing bill. Wit hout disposing
!cftheb.;i business was si speieh'd an 1 i
j ti iliille ot ivspeej. was passe 1 to t lie meiu
I on oi tin- late Kcpreselilatr e Mutculcr, .of
l'eliusv .1 aam.
Cai'lisle AusAer r-Rer Ociesl itins.
Wasium.ToS, Oct. $.. St uator McPher
son, of New Jersey, f khii tin committee ou
fiuances, subiiiitutl to tLe s:uate a report
on the resolution introduce.! by 1'efTer iu
which it was asked whetbe- the national
bauk'-'were U-inj; conducted according to
law, whet i-er they are pay ng deposito rs'
checks in la-A lul money and whether nny
of them are charging exceswe rates of in
terest To the first question the secretary
replies that borne banks hat e made exces
sive loans or had a deficiency in their re
serve. As to the last two questions the
secretary says he has no ot icial informa
tion ou the nia'ter.
irv IfsN-ISD Tair weather: slight iv warmer,
MOST PERFECT MADE. ri7 ,,t
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free and wonderful me'dieiil power all
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant J are combined in Hood's Sarsaparilla.
40 YP-A THi .STANDARD. Try it. Hood's cures.
fc"Fit and Workmanship (itiar
acteed the Best.
C earing and Repairing Pone.
uffer'a.? fr.ua a'.ljivbt p.-cntur :. ihe.r sex 'an
he curt tl.
the reliable uterine correct ive and tontc will per
maneuliy relieve the wor.-: cas-. Botk -jivinc
fnll particnlar mailed free. Address: Houm
Whilaker liiot tt, Davenpor:.
STRASSER'S UNION BAND
Oli( UESTKA, D.IVEM'OUT. I a.
20 MEN 20-
Unsie famished for parlies, rtceptitin. thea
tres etc. An excellent String Ijuartet l and Qain
tctt fur reception and evening encertainment.
Jacob Straner. Director: Henry Sindt Mana
ger. Kefidecce Telephone Xo. ITa, D.venport :
office: lloyt'e Store and Turner HaP. Eavenport:
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lviverside Oaks, Uiverside Ranges
Riverside Cookinr Stoves.
(laVland Hani Coal Stoves.
The best asor:ra':nt of Stove in the city.
1615 null 1617 Mrnmit Av.
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New Scale Kimball,
Hallet & Davis.
In st run:' nt 3 sold on fasy
lime a) nif nts. Vi tlins
and acc"rd-orn at half
815 Second Av
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
t'OOL WINDS AUK 'BLOWING
To call attention to our superior as
sortment of Blankets we will
sell this week a few at special
Lor 1 White Orev Blankets
Lor J White 10-4
Lot 3 Our Favorite." large 10-1
soft Orev Blanket.
A Special Bargain-
We are offering a' - ;.
low prices a cliiic
sorlnient of hcantifu; p,:l.-s
hy the St. i:.-j:is ttii., ,
Indians are true arti-t- ;., ,
A race whose wh..',.- ;:.: -piftii
res, for years an'! .
the lettered white im n
anion;' them, they hav.- ,
ten how to com!iii ;,r:.l
ture's colors in these h, ,, ;
kets. They are "worth - .'
er yon buy or n"t. ,
1709 and 1709 Second avenue
Will be removed to the Columbia Store,
Where they will be sold at bankrupt prices
FRANK G. YOUNG.
We Underbuy Undersell Quick Sales.
Domestic Su. tin;1
with a replete stock of Fall
and Winter Suitings at No.
1707 Second avenue, in the
store formerly occupied lu
ll. D. Folsoni.
11 ji. i.nn;.
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Ai-ways" on l.od the tMf t bra&ds of dwrrtMic
anil imiord cu:arv. All brand? jf tobacco.
Tor score of all tie ball games wi'l be receivad
L. OLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1808 Second Avenue.
J. F. KoKsriEL0. Ton Ktivr:'.-?
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters,
House Heatin; and Sanitary Plumbing.
223 Twentinb s'.
While Other Dealers are Grumbling About Hard Times
B USINES8 LIVELY
With the eristible force of the many bargains they are offer
ing. You'll buy your overcoat of us if you see the immensity
of our stock. You'll be the nobbiest dressed man in town
after taking a peep through our suit stock, and you'll save a
day s wages on either a suit or an overcoat when you learn
quarts Plt h.--
Largest Shoe and Clothing Stores in Rock Island County,
Nboe -tore 1SC4 Second avEU ciothine Store 1723 Second Avenue, 116-122 Eighteenth Si.