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I cooking apple at Bun
Holland cabbage at Baacaer's.
Try The Avars wast colamn.
Spanish onions at Hess Bros.
Barley rrrstals at Hess Bros.
Orter and celery at Boucher's.
Ovsters and crier at Umi Rroa.
Grapt l.y the banket at Hess Bros.
irapr by the banket at Puncher
Fur. fnr. far, at Bennett's glore
; Poon l sweets and nince at Bun-
In-h li-h tomorrow at Bunchcr's
Gloves, plove. ploves. at Bennett's
Smoked halibut, salmon and bloat
era at He Bros".
Hot wciner worst at Wearer's Buf.
iei every evening.
AH kind of far garment repaired
at Bennett glore store.
All kind fur garments repaired
al Bennett's glore store.
Miss Mart Coraegys left this morn
ing for M. Louis en a visit.
C. T. Harris, of Sedalia, Mo., is
visiting his father. II. C. Harris.
Clara Morria i to appear at Har
per's theatre in the near future.
Miss Katherine Gct has returned
rom an extensive visit in the east.
laoe and congress shoe
. Jv Mtree are bargains. Boston.
nailer k Timl have received todar
.- ear !ad id Wieonii. '-urban po
Tom irrow momin
"uff.-t T.r.: get a di
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I M l inks, of l'rari I. it.
iting her friend. Mis Eva
r go to Weaver's
h of hot claru
live in t
''.1 at fi on v where ele.
Working mm. 1 bnv
vkiih Hawlev. and wife, of
.. X. V.. are viiting n-la-
patent tip. iKmgola shie.
:.omi stvie. ?l..rin. Tht
a. Iacv nr
'.rresi h.r. at the Boston In-lter
tii . i any li-e ever offered at the
perons having Mils againt
t lie . it j will please tile them before
ni-n tomorrow, at the city clerk's
Mioses' dongola shoes, spring heel.
ie 11 to 2. only 1. You can't bur
fceni art where else for that. The
Kidenloun bootees and mitt to
tnau h for the babies the latest, and
'be i nly place you can get them is
George Fl. Bailer A: Co.. hare re
ceived a car of the finest Wisconsin
po'.atocs that have been in the mar
kit this year; call and see them.
There will be a masquerade at
Yngner' opera house. Moline. on
".it itrday evening. Nor. 4. giren by
the Harmony club. Five elegant
privs will tn? giren'away.
Another snit has lieen entered
:i.-a:nt the laenport & Koek Inland
K i'.! ar company in Ifcivenport. Mrs.
K:i.-...leth Kieck'is the plaintiff and
!; -ceks ." H for injuries received
J :'. ! :
IV. in -
el Uieetiiiirs are lxin no.
nightly in the Broad
l-rterian ehureh by Kev. Alex
rson. of Chicago." Bible read
erviee also each afternoon at
A cordial Invitation is extend-
I t the public to attend.
V. ulkox Whiteside, the young tra
.an In whom Hock Island has tak
en such a deep interest since his last
apj arane here, and w ho is coming
to the front under the management
f William Henderson, of this eitT,
ha in en making a great hit through
tit the north this season, is to ap
jie.tr in -Hamlet at the linni at
I hi n port, next Monday night.
eretary Iay. of the Citizens Im
pri vement aoeiation i hustling
a!oiit among the mc&itcr to learn
the feeling with reference to- some
thing of a demonstration on the oo
eaion of the tia.ing up the rirer of
tU- tiklng hip. which ha left Chi
cago i,v water route for St. Paul.
y-un-'.r Hock Island should make
sorno preparation for the tvewL
Mr. J. A. Cattleman and "Mis
Margo Po.tlewait. aeeompanied by
Hon. and Mr. li n T. Cable's children
and thir totor, arrived from Chiea
g Iat evening and are at the CMe
mai n. Mr. Cable isexoei-uf.l ti
night from ( hicjgo. and Koek Ilatid
i to U. the family home dnring the
wint-r. Mr. Caiile wa called from
t'h'. M . bn.-k to Washington on Imsi-ne.
A pvbUe aal of tS koad of Mratac
aa4 trottiag breO-boraea Is to be keld
ay 4. utsoou. oi Maryrtue, ho., at
thireaport fair groaad Friday, Not.
10. The stock Is all front, greatest
family of flyers known today, suca
breeds as furnished Juage's Seal and
uaaoer s notary tor instance
saloon keepers took out licenses for
. 1 ....I.. I .1... W.-l 3
ihc rumuE via iuuni.b. .uuii r .
Co.. Tom E. Davis. Henry Willms,
Henry Schmkdau. Chris Schati, Xe.
gus Bros , F. H. Weaver, Otto Pat
ting. Ed Murrin. E. C. Nicholsen,
ilham Pressen and Hugh Conwell.
fllfttesil rf 4nminir tn vritd lu.
tures on the beauties of theories long
sine snneratfHle.1 tiv mmlArn -
the volunteer iiremen, for instance
the editor of the Union had bettor be
looking to his federal office while he
has a chance. The corerament mar
consider him an expensive luxury
and abolish the office to get rid of
If Custom Iloilsa Oflteor Jnliiiu
had been as considerate of the inter.
est of the citr as he shonld hare
been, he would 'hare tnrned the ir
he cot for the rent of the nnlii;
buiMing lot. in with his receipts to
the gorernment and thereby might
hare made the
sufficient to hare keit Rock- Islaml
outside the list of custom offices
proposes tor aoonuon lor non-stin-
port. , V
We had expected or hoped.
et that the Union had become
eonrinecu of the merit of the paid
department over the volunteer svs-
f . .- .
mrr wunessmc me practical
r . i ....
'ii-iinn oi ooui. out ii seems the
oit lashioneil ideas were only slum,
bering and merolr waiting an opnor.
tnnity to crop out. The boobv in
stinct of the Luion is bound to assert
itself, no matter what is done to con
ataia tmufa are
ia the world.
ThepopaUtioa of Italy ia
h" aiUa, of German r
Fraaee lva . ,
.. IZLr? eomP0id that aboat
-vrruuu. e are bora lato the
wwio eaca year.
.raere U enoagh wnenlUrated laad
!!v v r?, . ,eed I" the
Whole CUtIHhmI m1J 19
farmed as Belgiam.
Some of the ateaml.ln t
emplor mora mn tkn ... .n.. .
vHnara line employs 10,000.
Br the demth of hi k-.w.j 1
after the wedding feast. Miss Bettie 8.
woaraoi oiauniou. va., was maid,
bride aad widow within i z..
Jose Rossel and Abioii i.i....
era in the City of Mexico, took poison
and died tomtw n..n. Z
of the girl's father's objection to their
The foar richest nr t n
legea la this country Vassar, Wei
lealey. Smith and Brrn Mawr re
ceived aboat 6,000,000 (a gitta of every
kind during the first twenty years of
A lurht is thrasrn n . .
I ; ' . - icw, r ia. xn
I Hpr W-iPl f pvisaa" -h being
I oat of bait, lit S. hTnTv-. i
at J Played the light on the water.
Ia a few minutes' time four large baas
leaped into his boat, evidently being
uncira or ine lurnt-
Some trouble arising in the C R
At P. rir.lnitl..r -.
John IVvineandKussell Hampton. on
r .. .. 1
iuesu.1T. ine renticnien were
charged yesterdav, wherennon Dan
tel Sullivan resigned his position out
f sympathv. John MeK ie has ae
. , -
ceptett Mr. lA-Tine s position, tieorge
Arnold, the niht clerk, has been
lromotet to Mr. Snlliv
and J. E. ; ra.lv has U-cn given the
: i , , . , - -.
uiui ciera s oesK ln-ieaa oi iicorge
Arnold. Mr. Hamnton's txition lias
1 CIK 11 t.
urt-a uiieu uv trailer vox.
is to be the appearance at the Burtis
at Davenport Saturday evening of
Mrs. John Drew. Her dramatic or
ganization though new is composed
we are informed, of trained and emi
nent principals with whom plav-go-
ers throughout the countrv are fa
miliar. Mrs. John Drew, whose Mrs.
Ualaprop has a world wide reputa
lion, is at the head of the organiza
tion. The other leading members
are McKee Rankin, Mr. and Mrs
Sidney Drew, Charles Erin Verner
Owen'Fawcctt and Frank Mills. Mrs
Drew ha lwen for rear a
one of the chief extioncnts of old
scntcd at l'avenport.
Lc Genuine Cammenbert.
Club House. Froniaze de brie
Genuine Import- Domestic Swis.
ue wis. Sap !ago.
Hand cheese. Brick.
New York Cream. Limburser.
MOST PERFECT MADE
A puss Craat Cssam of Tartar rowde. Ft.
4P t&lu nx STAOAK2X
FRAGMENTS OF SCIENCE.
The longest telcDhone in the
U the one between Xtr
Chicago. It is H.0 miles long.
It is a fact of rather singular inter
est that California wheal is used al
most entirely In making American
Amonff the old natenta af mmh in.
vention is one for a harness covered
with phosphorescent paint which
makes it luminous at night.
It has been aaertlnefl that. h
working of the electric railway in
London can noaitlvelv ha f-it
away as the north of Norfolk the mo
tion being conveyed by the telegraph
wires along the whole distance about
A learned German whs has drmivi
himself to the study of physiology
aad allied sciences makes a startling
assertion that mustaches are becom
ing commoner amoav vahwii in Um
present day than ia the past. He
says that in Constantinople among the
nave lied women oae out of ten pos
sesses an unmistakable covering of
down oa the upper lip.
A new calculation of the sun's mo
tion in space has been made by an
American astronomer. Mr. A. D. Ris
teen. Previous discussions have been
founded on the observed proper mo
tions of the tun. but Mr. Cibteen's
estimate is based oa the motion of
forty-two stars in the lino of sight as
spectroeoplcaily determined by Dr.
VogeL The result reached is that
the son U movicsr, at the rate of about
eleven miles a second, towards a point
In the constellation Bootes.
Of Hood's Sarsanarilla i l.
w ithin the bounds of reason because
it is true; it always appeals to the
sober, common sense of thinking
people because it is true; and it is
always fully substantiated by en
dorsements which, in the financial
world would be accepted without a
Hoods Dills enre liver ills, conati.
nation, hillnaiwm aniull -ilr
xtii 1 aw mm
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Altn AH lln( th ftsuvst faMOu!.. J .
TKyewof sn the bail put wil be receirad
L. OLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1808 Second Arenas.
a ixxa rnocEssiozt
eovety euref evcrv cue of ibeia. It pmrt a
icera, xco. insc it, as yoa ousts, wben yoa
feel tbo first srmptoms (laTucr. less of ap-
r ',77 I , ' w jv.il W.V
yourself from sraue.hms serjoas.
In tnildin- up t.odrj flesh sad strength,
sad to pnrifr nr. ? rari.-h the Hood, nothing
ran mius itm r.;.iv.irr " T.
the liver and kUlm s. proniotes ail tie Uxlilr
functions, ei-d lri.ii took healta end rigcr.
For Iyjx-ta, -I.ix tr Con-.i laiaf," Biliotis-
tKHS. ami nil M.-:v.f. V.. c 3 O 1 t:.
eases, it is th.- onlj- remedy that's ijnnruntrrd
is ret ur did.
About t'stiirrti. No matter xrha. youT
tnoa acu icui. i Tracui, you eon 1 cured
With Ik- St, : lVlnn4 I..rr.-l TT
- ' AUV I. V
or the J 11 py you joD iacsh.
Want a cook
JKsnt a sttoatloD
'ant to teat now
Jwsat a servant girl
Want to sell a farm
Jant to sell a boose
want to exchange anytblnjr
J? ant U seU bousebold tmSa
" Want to make any tal swat l loan
Want to sell cr trade forsnjlhlnjr
Want to Bad customen for anything
CSK TH1SB COLUalN?.
r!E daily akgtts delivered attofh
door e rcrr cveclns for livtc ner k
OB SAI.E-TWi (KK)D PRI M STOVES AMI
hurl rual sIac . a..i -
effict. ' ' -epiyannis
ST ON TBE MILAN ROAD. A MINK
I rin A mrn! t.t tin tl V . j J
. . v ut 111 a i ur re
turn to this ufljee.
TSTArJTEP AT OXCE SIX STOKE CUTTERS
, "?A7i . ' 'm wiirit -un ine court
noase at Clinton. Iowa. Good wtgv pakt. Ad
rtrs or apply to the G. I. La VciUc Oonstrnc
tion company. Clinton Iowa.
sttllf'tTrrifllP fmm sl!1mlrn-ta nail nlia AIut.
r .-uW awv' w aae-c. rv& aaui
thtTI fsiltahlsT MtATatrftMi rremrtlas awi aatj. .
maim wiu ucr
manwtljr tvliere tb mt cMrf, Book 3iriac
shi tnBin.uiswv aHSiffra MTW. AIQIT9 1 JaOOHl SB
WUtakcr Block, tevtipoit.
DAVID : DON,
,srnr no v vkkk sss.,
k 1 o o v v k 5
N T O V V EE "8SS.
T OO V KEB '
Riverside Oaks, Riverside Kanes
Riverside Cookinp Stoves.
(iarland Hard Coal Stoves.
The best sssoroaent of Stoves ia the city.
1017 teeai Av
fPPP II a -TJt a inn
r r II AA wit a nu
r. nino ob
'! a. J IP o
II AAA V R n o
II A A K HW O OS
m. mm Mar oou
New Scale Kimball,
Hallet & Davis.
Instruments sold on easy
time payments. Violins
and accordeons at half
, BOWLBY S,
i815 Second At.
Great ew v
Redaction Sale Arriving,
Is on Cloaks,
Every lii D " llres c;0o
In every Blankets.
Department We save
Goes at a You Money,
1709 and 1709J x
1728 Second ave., commencing Monday, Oo.
500 Gal. Stone Ware at 5c. worth
100 One-quarter Milk Crocks at 3c, worth
100 Coal Hods at 17c worth
Stove Boards 78c worth
100 Galvanized 12-quart Pails 19c, worth.
100 Galvanized So. 1 Tubs 48c, worth
100 Galvanized Xo. 2 Tubs 58c, worth
100 Half-Bush. Jap. Measures 15c, worth.
Cake Cutters lc. worth
Tin Cups lc, worth
500 Cuspedorcs Galvanized 17c, worth
a&-e have also placed on sale 500 Men's Heavy Kil,l,i s:
ana urawers (t&ree-fourtbs wool) for 69c. very cheap at l.i
The Columbia Department Store,
Crockery, Glassware, Tinware, Hosiery, Gent s Furni-Litg.
Tovs. Etc.. Etc. "
F G. YOUNG, Proptr
with a replete stock of Fall
and Winter Suitings at Xo.
1707 Second avennc, in the
store formerly occupied bv
H. D. Folsom. J
J. F. RonSTIKLD.
To. Eo-ur. J
Plumbers, Steam. Gas Fitte
sr . .
Mouse Heating ana Sanitary Plnmbing. - . 223 Taontieis
With the irresistible force of the many bargains they are offe
Yatob',OTT s e immensity
ot our stock. You 11 be the nobbiest dressed man in town
after taking a peep through our suit stock, and you'll PsaSe a
ouPpSf8 n either a SU1 or an overcoat wheTyouTarn
cam C2on ito tteco.6 Tia - CIo&iasCtonlr4 a