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1 t ' I I , 1 r If. CITY COAT. Try Tin Anom colata. c4 lta retaraed from la Wi ne trip . M. Paul t.la mniiff. A M cl' offering ihU week at M'iW firr Tfce U-M -Ie for 97c kiyh novrHir-. apeela! tv lr in JirVct and ooat rmm br rt at Me?alo Bro. thi wrrl. N.it hn lefre. Tr- .aand Illinois Central trict Medial noriation meet. t-! morrow at the Harper houe. Imw M-ol. ks in the city l"2 oiki T to Chi.ajro. which will probaM v Iw hi f'ltnrr home. Han to take yeur nmxT tomorrow tcainj at the United Irelytcrian. It will eot yon only cents. kn. Weaver, the Iowa people' party roan, will reak in Turner hall. Ifevcnpurt. net Friday evening. The aula Marie piitd will hold a sociable at Mi llrennan". H6 Kijrh teenth utreet. tomorrow evening. On Vt. 31. a sociable will be piven by the Santa Marie guild at MIs Hreanan'a. aVi Eighteenth treet. The Jadieol the Uuited TrcM.y te rian rhnrch aL your patronage lor tomorrow evening. Supper 25 cent Two naioon license were renewed today for theenMtinjr i months by Christain Ku an t John Alnaworth. A vrritaMe wonder in tire. good this week at MeCae !nV. value c hrokr to iV-' thi week, will eloe them at .'-. Addition ! the mp line of tight fitting coat!., were received Sat urday evening at McCain" Itro. More'are expected onTne.day. Mi Maine Fuller left for Chicago Satnrdav evening tr attend the wed lingof Sli !atii' l.illi. formerly vi Dafcriporl. tim-rrw evening. Ucv. 1'athr llrlcrt. a brother of Edwar! lli-rlwrt. the Fifth avenue butrhir. !i,Tniel tna yesterday morning at M. Mary Catholic ehnrrh. An undet a m: rpj.rlunii v go to MeCalv l'r and see. Yon will find the underwear department crowdcu with b itli eu.tonuT" and bargain. I not U' i.'io I int luyicg any thing but a U:tvri b tovr for either heating ir c .lirg. They are fully warranted and ll:c tnanutartnrvr are right h. re t make the warranty good. Thi cannot be said for any other .love. The Satita Maria aoeietT will give a pleasant entrrtainment tomorrow evenirg at therrideneeoi the Mie itrennan. vi Eighteenth street. A focal and instrnmenta! program has beta arranged anl a ery pleasant eting Is prmied. Mrs. Augusta Hilcj wboisas Uen a tie&l at St. Anthony's hospital for fle weeks with typhoid fever, and Henry Csrjentrr who has had treatment f r rine weeks and Fcli. lMann!ng f r se.eral weeks for the same disease haaTl been discharged, prtred. rr t. ttustbs' eening c'.ass at the ttusinras ciltenge new numlwrs " metnb-rs. The si'li!.l uM its ses sions or. Tu-'sday and Thursday even ings of eae'n week. The young jeo plr of 'iir rity sliiti!d avail them selves of t!)" splendid ojrtnn"itj which U here nffrred tin m to aeiutr praetical knowledge. Mrs. Maud l.nrd IaUe. formerly of R'M-k 1'lnnd, rr' who ha gained considerable reputati.ir a a npirit uaiistic ntediurn, and -f Kansas ity. recentlv brought snit against a Kansas Otv i onstal.Ie for fi' . damages for hiv!ng had her arrested and jailed for aatiU. Attorneys art now in (Juint-y, taking dcjosition as in her eharai t. r while there. CCUAC TO TMK 0CCAS0H. Rlr Btltilet. Thfre wer no lnats iLli.r way t.- lav. The stage ot uic water wa 1.75 at Ci: lite tenttvrature 3 . The Verne Mvtflr. came down -n her lat trip lhi year Saturday and lieU Up I r S"1'll I e 3 e. low the "M aik Tour Irnad- Who tae tried If hs)' Sarsaparilla what tlier think ot i'-. an I the reply wltl be tmnitiie in its favor. Simnlv what fl(MIV jsarsamriila does, that tells the st.ry H- merit. One has been rnrcft of mdiietion or dysjiejK la, another Jtls Its indespensahic for ik he-dt he or bilinsness. while oilier report remarkable cures of scrotula, catarrh, rtienniatism salt rhenm. ete. Hoo.1 I'i!! :ire ptirt ly ti metable. Hwaaamild yomg reUow, aad, aa hU swoHheart 1 gined. without aawek fore of charactor. aa be keH patting the "ask parit' day off indefinitely. So the yonng woman prompted him to be rare be m right and go ahead. "Yon ate, papa luta a great deal of blaff and blaster, bet when yoa come right down to it he is perfectly safe. Only yon mnst shovr him that yoa have plentvof eonrasr rejUprit. That'awrhat helikes," "AU rif Ut. !"np;ioe yoa &.-k him to step in now. 1 l:isy as well get my band in if that is the way it works." -But. dearest, he is awfsl big and strong, you know." "Oh. if it come to personal violence I will defend myself with the furniture. Trot him in." "And you wi.u"t 1 t liiin put you ofT-" "Xot a bit." "Then Til tell him you want to tee him." i There were two chances of escape for the young man one byway of the door, the other by the window but he did not avail himself of cither. When the father strode into the room with his Isi-t knork-down-and-dnurKmt air, the youth rose indifferently to meet him. "Well, well, what s all this about? 1 understand yon want to see me. Well, look at me now ami be nnick about it." growled the pater. 'H ffi. Cnn't say as you're much to look at, Mr. . I merely wished to mention to you that Miss Clara has en gaged herself to mo with my consent, and I propose to fill mv part of the con tract to the letter." 'Idiot! Idiot! My daughter" 'Take care, old man. Call me as many names as you please, but refer to my fu ture wife with proper respect." "ttet out of this house, you "Certainly. JLs soon as me wife that is to be can conveniently ack up her belongings we will go." ' "W hy, you impudent" Oh, keep cool; kern cool. I could hold you out of the window with n hand and call for the police with the other. I was champion hitteT and slug ger UL- .lietre. Look at that muscle." aad be clinched a No. ? band into a for midable t. I never wa so" "Nor I. Call it nuits. I want vcur daughter, and I don't care a continental (or yonr money cr your Messing. Wc can lieina the world without itker. just as othT young fools have done. This is Imsiuess. sir. business." The fatt er felt hi own bead to tee if be was going to have aa apoplectic fit, then answered grimly: All nttht : I like your style, I should have said yes' anyway if you bad given me time, but you took me by surprise. I may say I was never so surprised in mv life." "2Cor I." assented the lover as be rank almost fainting into a chair, "but I'm a tmsidees man, and don't you forget it. I don't stand any foolishness either in love or war," and be wiped the cold perspiration off his forehead with u nervous band. He bad won the .lav andtheeirl too. Million. rrartical ritllaathrBpr. . Lb excellent steward tf this world goods is Aiurnstus Hemcnway, a retired farmer of Canton, Mass. lie invited all the public school teachers of that town. 26 in nunilwr, to take a 10 days' trip to the Worlds fair at his erpensc This is practical philanthropy cf a kind that warms tho heart and increases confidiuce in the gcodnejs of human nature. It i an ea.y matter to advise every one to visit the exposition, but there aro thousands of people anxious to fellow the advice who are confronted with the perplexing and discouraging problem of ways and means, Undvnaid schoolteachers, struggling clergymen. men and women to whom tthe expendi ture of 100 for aa outing means serious sacrifices for the remaiuder of the year, may bo found in all parts of the coun try, longing to go to Chicago, hut re strained by financial considerations. They are not suffering or destitute; they imply can not afford to indulge in the luxury oz a trip to the fair. To this class, intelligent and appreciative. friend like Mr. Ilemeiiway is a frind indeed. Kochester Democrat. MOST PERFECT MADE. ;ias Oapt Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret , Mam or any wMt 4p YIAtt THk STAMUftD. ntCKEO IN A lAtfc Of COTTON. Crashsa ssswy Uttla CfclM ha ' Lmuc Roc. Ark.. Oct. aa-Ona of lb taort peculiar at well as ta most horrible accidents that ever csxuired la ibis slate has Just enaie to light at Ada, Ark. Sav era! days ago the child of Mr. J. H. Harkey, who operates a cotton Kin at that place, mysteriously disappeared. After a loos search for ilia missing cbitrt Mr. liarkeys worst hat he last wtuc little fellow play lng arvuud the ciu Im.u-c He aonea brcan rippiii tin; lie (rum the balesof cottoa in the cin mid (uuud tiie child crushed to d-.-ath in the coiton ol a bale which bnd !een j n s.(-l a ft w days lw fore. How the unloiiiiu'i! tti!J maa aeed to tail in the cuttvii Ten uiiotirrvd is a mystery. The Ssl!p.. at t aieacn. SrUINt.ntUl. Ovt. i. Secret nry Scott, of tte sUte anl t,f liealth, lias been compiling stat..1;- of snir.llpox iu the United States ami n-fx-rts, after stat ing that there have Ikvsi u ms-t ami lv tleathsat Muncie. Iu.l ; j at Keading, fa , anil a few c- in Oiii.i,tliat there has twen mallKix at I'liU-au during the entire year, ii liein) so far reKr:ed and three easn now under treatment at the pest houe. He also Cnd that not over 20 per cent, of the cbilureit iu Illinois' large cities have been vaccinated, and he urges that this matter be promptly attended to. ie hyV Rn4 I iM Tm Late, f ST. Uk U. Oct. J.I.-A Post Dispatch special from Springfield, Ills., says the ap al bond in tLe Newhy-Uenton riension fraud case has arrived one day too late.tte time for tiling having expired. The prose cuting attorney has entered au objection with the court to Uie bond being ac cepted. Talahs II Wifl Vmmm 3 r. M. Vl-niNtiTo:. Oct. ;i Senator Toorheea expects the bill repealing the purchasing clause of the "Suerman"' law will have been paseU by p. m. todaa. It is crob- able that the Chinese registration bill will next tie taken np. senators count upon au- journment r recess hy ThursJay. eao.tT". Beat ana. fW New. Riic.cld.wati-. N os's- a."V . Vmm Tl null SlO - mlml n --h Laaklac at Thtng. When Mr. Hudson wa in ratagonia',- be fell in with a gambler, who told hitn that always after the first few rounds of the game be knew some rf the cards its they were dealt. He recognized tbem by a difference so slight that another man could not detect it even when it was pointed out to him. Mr. Hudson is an ornithologist, and he says tliat this same nretematurally shnrp eyed rtian was greatly snrprisid wben he was told that half a duxen kinds of sparrows were feeding and "r'fpmg about the house. He had never S"-n any difference in them, be said. In nze. color. shape and actions they were all alike, and they all sang and twittered alike, 40 far as he had ever uuticed. ira Companion. falbetle Igaaraae. Thougl.tlesn iwTsons may be moveil to laughter by the rejiort that an inhabitant of tho city really supposed that he mbl been divorced from tlw lionds of matri mony by an unjudicial person for the sum of (2. But the fact is really pathetic rather tuanj It is prolwbly only a single exampleef the large and multi farious ignorance prevailing iu soj parts vi the community. It would be sufficiently distressing if the ways of these uninformed persona lay among a pore and pastoral simple people, never disposed to take any advantage of tho OMkUlfal. Wben in these metropolitaa districts so many ravenous wolv-i of all acts are abroad intent upon pceying on tew aad hard earned doUara, the pU I throisist airf educator aaay well be- Brooklyn Eagle. Very f.w can reacli deep into their own minds withont taeeting what they win to nidi- rmm themselves. i n LIKE A TB1ET IS f "1 samiiticn comes. A l-e si. .-it eoI wiih your r FTMom in tlie serofal- i V til A y. eoiidiUon that's I v Jfc r curii t: v oiire Mood. iv enough to fasten it "vuron ynu. Ttnt is the me bia nelcet and d.-lar are iuH of dnnper. .' .u:nia.on is Lunc- Scrof-la. Y-u ran prevent i. tid you can cure it, if vou hav.t.'t nc1 too loa;, with Iir. rserees Ookh-n Xc-i:-a! risi-ovc . That is the most pntei- M-vT,UK-a:fcrr, siieusth-nn-rr. and tlrsn VvilA-r tr.t"s known to ntedicrd srie-rr. lr v. ry ilwaur that has to I rem bill tr.mi: tbr" Mto.1. liLe t'on- sumritkm. for Scr.rfuia in all its forms. Weak Iincs. tirot lir. .titni. ana an severe. lingering Coiirh. it e; te only fniarnatcMt remedy. If it irvn't Is iteut or cure, you have yonr mom v lc. . TT I. f TV- Cw". rrtmr and pertnanciit'y enres Caiarrh. to prove 4, . i U-.t- 1 !. r.W.w If fl-AV tfBa cure vour ouuth. no mr.ner wnas your l' .1 " ; eirh . M.h H7 B, i T u i. J e"" ftoucr FairterBrere, hQ,Sic: cztu-nrj, 10c K13- fr-h, isctiue Voaiir 4'ai-knis. ne 2c: -' l(ie:tBT- fcry. Site; dr ,'iittti e l"c. Pin: a VKsarasiic Af'e finiKiJi.iXirKT b! Poutaes Mtfittiir, 'nim ror lirr n. Turcips ?x s-r tu. t aTtle ButrtH r timv Tor rrr. 1 ai:4i4e; cmtwi ue tic-.fcis 3Hv,c S SMS 4c. rrrt. rvl soft, lie: h.art. fs.sn. Wowl Ssara. f i em, H. ' icr-cv Intelligence Column. -KvocntHtior Want monrT " Want a cook Waat baarOis W'ant a rartoer Want a suuaitim taat to pot tnoan Wast a servant f?tl Want ta fell a fa Waat ta nil a boasc Want ta exehmce snyttiro Waut tw veil hooarhohl tnnds Want to moke tn J- realesuielaa:! W'at.t to sell or trade tnraajiblne Waat t Bud custoaieni for njthiOK TSB TUESB COLUMN?. T8- 1 daily Attct's dcuveked attocr auor (Kir ee eai ae tor tttfc par week. WASTI D-to CI.01 flIXO SALESMEN A T ply tcmormwOKwrinpat 10a. m. al IWW. Taint rxn wt. Davcnpo't. loss. WATKP AT ONCR SIX 8 TONE CCTTKRi and 14 tirtck U m to rk on the court hcmsatlinion, Iowa. iood wrca paid. Ati dress or apply to the Yalk-y Contircction coai paay. Cliatjti, Iowa. MM S B 1! H M U S MX T aaaa tm m ft K K te a a keek J 11 DAVID D017, .S.VUTTTT no x- VKEESSS i r.-,.. jos x ti v m gss- "SSS8 T OO V KEF.'SSS" Kivcrsidtf Oaks, Uiveridc llanpes Kiversido CtKikin'T Stoves, (iarland Hard Coal Stoves. Tht btitoran-nt nl Staves in the city. 1CIS a 1I7 steesad Av. It a sr w cm ssks t PTI AA XKXO OS 8 r Pit ti mo os rrrp iiaakhmo o ssss p II AAA k h ! o o a P II A A 1 O O S P II A A K9 OOO SSSS New Scale Kimball, Hallet & Davis. And Emerson. Kimball Organs LADIES. ifier.o:: from kUntxts pccular ta their x cn k curia. MOUNTAIN KOSE" the reliable aterine roneetive and toe te will per- manenuy reiifive uie worsi caw, own ;itae full particular mailed fre.-. Addrei: aaon Wtiitakcr Block, Uxvecport. Inetrun:eni8 sold on ssy time pa ments. Vi lins and accordeon? at half price. At BOWLBY'S, 1815 Scod At. Great Redaction Sale Is on. Everything In every Department Goes at a Discount. Plonks Blankets We save Von 3loney, Come and MCINCRE BRo' 1709 and 17.19J Setonfi 3PECIAL SALE -AT THK- .1728 Second ave.f commencing .Monday, Oc .ViO Cal. Stone Ware at oo.wvorlb 1. One-iuarler Milk Crocks at 3c. w..nh 1 00 Coal Hods at. 17c worth Stove Hoards 7Se worth 1V Galvanized 12-rjuart I'ails 19c, woril: 1W Galvanized X.i. 1 Tulis i; worth lh (ialvanizcd X. 2Tiibs.rSe, worth 1K IlalMSu-h. Jap. Measures 15c, worth Cake Cutters lc. worth Tin Cuis K worth oChi Cusjjcdorcs Galvanized 17c, worth frVe have also placed on sale 500 Men" Hoav and Drawers (three-fonrths wool) for f.?c. v rv ch v Kit, a; at The Columbia Department Store, Crockery, t;laware, Tinware, Hosiery, tkr.t - F rai.-Liy Tors, Etc., Etc. F G. YOUNG, Propt Now Open Imp.rte.l and ith a replete rtock I Ka:i . 1 and liiter'Snitinfrii at, No. ' R.mestie .i.tin-S 1.707 Seeond avenue, in the 1 , " store formerlv occuiiieil lv ' 11. 1. Folsom. ! W 31. I. J1H.. 2 . F. Bni.)iriKLi. ROSENFIELD BROS. PRACTICAL Plumbers, Steam, Gas lite House Heating and Sanitary Plumbing. ;d Tf Etic While Other Dealers are Grumbling About Hard Times ARE MAKING BUSIN ESS LIVELY Wiih the irresistible 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 our prices. We can prove that we have the best stock of Underwear in (own. That we are head quarters for Boy s wearing apparel is a conceded fact k Sho Ctci 194 Caoosd Tram Largest Shoe and Clothing Stores in Rock Island Count Clothing Stow 1723 Qeooad ATCue. 116-132 Eighteenths '1 i.