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tanertratU a Ileee Broe'. paala oaloai at Baaeaer'a. Try Tits Aim waat eolaaaa. ' Grape by the beakrt at Banetaer'e. Tarkeva dreeted to order at Heee BrW. Ponml vweeU sad quince at Bub cber. Malaga, Concord and Tokay grapes at Hnnchera. Holland cabbage, celery and oyatera at Puncher . Samuel lleagy. of Hampton, wj in tbc city today. Fresh grated boreradih and hulk olives at Huncaer'a. Catawba. Concord and Tokay grape at W. A. Khl-U. Fancy orange and lemons an I eat. lag apple at Bnncher'. " Ho to the St. Joaeph'a fair toniorow evening and pet your euppcr. Can li (lower lettuce and Jersey weet potatoes -at W. A. EhlebV Snppcr at 6 o'clock prompt at St. Joseph' fair tomorrow evening. The Rodman Rifle give a dance at their armory Friday evening, Nov. 17. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Gett have wel comed a new little girl in their family. Mr. and Mr. Henry Lamp have a new son in their home and Henry is happy. Raked chicken pic from 6 to 10 o'clock at St. Joseph's fair tomorrow evening. The tagc of water at the Rock Isl and bridge at noon was 1:45: the temperature was 64. Baked chicken pie at 6 o'clock sharp St. Joseph V fair tomorrow evening; supper 25 rent. Col. C. V. Durham has returned from Lynwille. Wis Messrs. Crn baiigh and Kerr are still there. The Rock Island Plow works is about U increase its capital stock from :!'.". to 6io,fWNm healthy sign. Attention! Our 4 welt fdiocs for ladies are Wauties made on new last, perfect fitting, guaranteed. The Boston. Child's shoe, solid, tip. ite. size 4to7J. Misses dongola shoe, sir.c 11 to 2. only Buy your shoes of the Boston." We are leaders on low price for shoes and don't forget it. Sn-e our 91 shoe for men lace and congress. The Boston. Business men should arrange to meet their wive at St. Joseph's, fair and take them to nipper. It only cost 25 cents. (iersh Martin, proprietor and edi tor of the lialcsburg Press and Peo ple, wa a welcome visitor at the Amu office yesterday. Ladies should see our fane Ficadilly clotb top boot for dress 4. You ever saw such a shoe for the money. See tbem at the Boston. Rosen ticld Bros, have moved their plumbing establishment to the base, meat of ths Rock Island National bank on Eighteenth street. The last extra of the Tri-C'ity dan cingclob. which ts included in the season tickets, will he held at the Standard club rooms Tuesdav even ing. Nov. 14th. at 8 o'clock. The Rock Island Stove company say they have the best lot of men working for them now that thev aver had; therefore. Riversides are better now than ever. Hence, the great de mand. The London Clothing company is having a new sign)iainled at tbe'ton of its store, and the figures which were the initiative marks of the Lon don's advent in Rock Island, have been dispensed with. The democratic party in Iowa has no reason to feel ashamed of Blue lirass township. Scott countv. It does its duty always, even though the heayens fall. Yesterday it gave Boies 229 votes to 29 tor Jackson an even 8W for democracv. The display of chrysanthemums will be a great attraction Thursday p. m. at Mr. George F. Roth's, 1116 Second avenue. Th-TO will be some beautiful comforts for sale, also lov If home-made candy. Coffee and oysters from ti to H. All friends are welcome. Mis Tripp has returned from the east, and ha engaged a hall in t'arsc's building for the dancing academy for the winter. The ad vanced afternoon class will organize I riday at 4 n. m., and the primary on Saturday at 3 p. m. Announce . ment regarding evening classes will be made later. Mrs. William T. Sugden, residing on Third avenue, between Mnth and Tenth street, met with an accident MOST PERFECT MADE. AtM&apCiMmafTartwIVwaar. Fm tm Ammmm, Akmm any at . wbJefe la TsnMfafaL wiU amaka It laipoeetUe tor bar to ret arewad for aoase Uasa. While vralktar oa the porch, about the house, she stumbled and tell to the groaad. a distance of three" or four feet, and sustained a fracture of one of her arms. The W. C. T. U. aaet ia the Y. 11. C. A. chapel yesterday afternoon. Appointment oLdepartment supcrin tendents wras made as follows: Jail work and flower mission, Mrs. King bury; narcotics, Mrs. McNish; Sab bath observance. Mrs. Brown; social pnrity, Mrs. J.W.Stewart; scientific temperance instruction, Mrs. Kin von: temperance literature, Mrs. L. St. Haverstick. A lady living on First avenue was delivered of a female child on last Thursday morning, which in a way, is a freak of nature. The child is perfectly, though diminutively form til, and the peculiar feature is that it ha the nose and upper lip of a rab bit. The infant has been sVk since its birth, and the physician in atten dance says he doe not think it will live. Those who attend the literary and musical tinder the auspices of the Epworth league of the First M. E. church tomorrow evening will be en tertained right rovallv. The Arion orchestra will discourse some sweet music, also singing bv some of the best talent in the city, besides some literary food. Business meeting promptly at 7:30. Program at 8 o'clock. All members and friends of the league are cordially invited. A committee of officers of the Illi nois Railroad and Warehouse com mission came in last evening on the Rock Island. and went out this morn ing on the R. I. & P. to Cable and thence to Peoria, in Third Vice Presi dent II. A. Parker's private car. The following gentlemen composed the rmrtv leavinrr Rock Island: II. R. Sudlow, superintendent of the R. I. & P.; H. P. Greenonirh. train dis patcher; C. F. Lope, commissioner. I. C. Morgan, consulting engineer: II. A. Parker, third vice president of the C, R. 1. & P. Scott countv stood bv its demo cratic colors yesterday, if there were other parts of the state that did not. In the citv of Davcnrtort Boies hml 3.04. an.i Jackson 1.503. while the democrats will go out of the county with majority on their state ticket. On the countv ticket the democrats elect Harvev Jones sheriff. I)r. James McCortney coroner, and Thomas Murrav survevor. C. S. Suksdorf had no opposition for the superintendency of schools. Thomas J. Glynn was elected supervisor by a goou rounu majority. It Wrnl i KsnhM. This fctory is told of the late Dr. Hol land, tetter known as "Timothy Tit comb." During t be service of one of the large churches in Srciagfield, Mass., a heavy elwtrk storm came np, and one of the gentlemen of the choir act out to secure an omnibns to take the ladies home. Anion;; the fair singer was a certain M " . and as Dr. Hol land was pillantly in-lping her into the vehicle a terrific chip of thunder startled them, upon which he remarked. 'Ett in terror pad home in a 1ms" (Et in terra pax honiinibns) To close this strange tulv. it may be well to add that the doctor was not immcdiatelv struck by lightning, but died year afterward peaeefnlly in his bed. San Francisco Argonaut. POLL WATCHERS ASSAULTED. Lively Srtlmu-- at Gravcaaad la Which ftrvrral Arm Bart. New York, Nov. At Gravcaend. a suburb of Brooklyn, there waa a fierce tight at the polls, ia which the men as poll watchers for the Republican general committee were assaulted and very badly used, after which some of tbem were ar rested by Boss McKaae, who runs what ia known as the Coney Island district. The party, accompanied by Colonel Eacoa and by Edward 3t. Grout and C. H. Hyde, ar rived at toe town ball a lew minutes be fore the opening of the polls. They had scarcely time to get out of their carriage oeiore tney were set upon. Herbert & Worthley waa struck a vio lent b'.ow in the sace, and Dr. Marshall bad a portion of bis whiskers torn off. The Rev. Kent was knocked down ind trampled upon and together with Peter Mosroteca is missing. Another one of the watchers bad his bead cat and all of tbem are more cr less bruised. According to the story of one of the watchers the party were aooui to aitgni irom inelr carriages when loiooel Bacon was accosted by McKane. who remarked that he had been looking for him. Colonel Bacon produced the in junction which had been secured from the eupreme court and attempted to serve it Upon McKane. McKaoe refused the pa pers and called bis officers to take Colonel Bacoo into custody, which was immediate ly aone. i ne rest oi toe party were or Oered to get Out of town as soon oa pos- aioie. Teeag OMe Arrested as Bthllarts, ' Vranu, Nov. 8. a dispatch from Una berg says that several prominent ladies and a aumberef young girls who were students at tfce university have been ar rested, charged with being connected with a nib lust conspiracy. Two Miner imumij avuied. HAXELTOJi. Pa.. -Nov. a Patrick Me Langblin and Uavid Johnson, two n-intr who were at wurk in tbe Lansford col liery, were instantly kdleil by a premature explosion. hilata ml lw - Branch, of Des Moines, has failed. Lia bilities will aggregate about 7o,0U0; assets will awany cover im mm. Fair weather and colder; light va riable winds. F. J. Walk, Observer. Rheumatism originates ia the mor bid condition of the blood. Mood's Sersaparilla cures rheumatism Get ' Vbb4M0 waamuH ilDX, Koe. B.Tb opinio te here that the cause for the eon- tineed rise in silver in London daring the past few flays ia due in part to a belief that the goveruusenl of Rnasin Is eon tern plat lag the step of adopting silver as a nart ot ner eaoneiary svstem. ntUEOVLAWTTT. Is that what troub les your Then hi easily and wwnnJlv remedied by Doctor t-ierces fleasant IVllets. Thev reirn. bite the evstem per- n-cuy. Take one for a gentle laxa tive or corrective three for a cathartic. It you suffer from Cont!nrT'oi!. Iiiui- pestion. 1 Al- tacka, Sick or Billon llrmiycbes or any derangement of the liver, stomach, or ""ti ry tnese utile I'cilets. Tney ring a pen ax sr. t cure. Instead of hocking and weakening the system viwiciH-c, iim! nif orainary puis, they act In a perfectly ev and natural Way. They're the smallest, the easiest to take aod the ckeapfrt. for they're guaranteed to give satisfaction, or your money is returned. ' Yoa pay only for ntelligence Column. rHe rAlLT AKcr dbliveked at yoch !w rv.rr eeaiBor lHc pr week. u TSI FOR RXT HjO FIRST AVENCK. is t wot ; apply at SOB Twentieth t reet . PR AI.E-1 WO GOOD DRIH STOVES AMI a lifed coal tune, nearly itw Apply at ibis ifllce. IfTASiTKn TWO MnUCIT.iKS THURSDAY Davenport. taiAXTED II RNISHED ROOM. OS 6EC ond rrenne h'!w.n Ifi.h ia,h AddnoaM U., this rfflce. TJIIA'STrD AT OSCK SIX SIX INK crTTKH" " and It bric-k t a wnrlr M ih. hoase at Clinton. Iowa. Good wm n.irf ad. dress or apply to the . I. Le Velllc-Oonstruc-tmn conpaay. CtiTitan Iowa. Airiusements. ;crtis 0::ra Knss, DAVENPORT. B Thursday Nighi, Nov. 9. htm AT TKE ci:cas. Presented for the first time in Davenport by Jolly Ilellie XXe Qetiry. The Same OoBnanr that Plavod at Ike Bizoa Tbratrs Vew York for It weeks. Vasal Pricee. Scata at Flukes- Bcrtis C;:ra I!::.,, DAVENPORT. Sunday Evening, Nov. 12. JOSEPH ARTHER S RoTuaatic Comedy Drama. The Still Alum. Author of Bloc Jeana" and -Corn Creekcr. The origin I New York Company. The oriaical trained aacred fire hots?.: An ei ;l'cnt company and wonderful mechancnl cf- frcta ' A car load of accntTT . Pricop tl on. TS ?n a-, .... . Fl::ke'a. ' -. ...... DAVID DOIT. gRKS-TTTT OO V o o v v kb -m. T TOO VV VKEK.88S. V K a KEK "888" hmcs atJbiga Riverside Oaks. Riverside Ranges Riverside Cooking Stoves. Garland Hard Coal Stoves. The beat aaoraaent of Stove, ia the city. lots ae leir sarewaie at W 11 . . ww w A t m . F n A A K H O OS II A A H W W O O SSSS II AAA H H M O Q II A A K US O OS a aA a a nv ooo ssss New Scale Kimball, Hallet & Davis. And Emerson. Kimball Orps. Instrarcents sold on easy time ray merits. Violins and accoMe-on at half price. At OOWLBYS, a 8 15 Second At LADIES. Mffarlae from aUaciito pec alar to their cs can wTcuirv. MOUNTAIN ROSE"1 the reliable ntertne correctiTe aod tor.le will ner maaenUy relieve the wont eaaea. Book rirlae fnll partienlara Bailed free. Ad drew: tloom Wai taker Block. Davenport. -Base Ball Headquarters.- THE AfiCADE, Clear Store and Billiard Parlor. Always oa l-Aad the aaevt Draad. of domeatic ana la. ported cisan. All brand n tonaeoe. The core ef all the ball came wi'l he receivwi daily. L. OLOCEIIOFF, Prcp ISM Seeoad Aveene. BBBB Skki g I Great ood Redaction Sale Arriving Is on. ' , Cloaks, Every thing: ' C.oo In every Blankets. Department We save Goes at a You Money, Discount. Come and MINTIRE BROs 1709 siml 17.101 Q , I vTtona4tJ FECIAL SALE Continuing all Week to Make Room for Our Holiday Stock. DRY GOODS. o'.to yds black cashmere from 17c to 55c, former price 30 to 70c. 300 yls shirting at 4, 5 and 6c a yd. Elsewhere 8, 10 and 121c. 100 pairs ladies'1 black wool mittens, at 12c, worth double. Ribbons! Ribbons! at preatly reduced prices. Baby ribbons lc per yard. " , Gents' I hose from oc tip. Children's black hose oc, 8c, 10c, 12Je. Children's black wool hose, 12c, 15c, 20c, 25c. Ladies black cotton hose, every pair warranted, fast black, 7c, 10c, 12c, 15c, 25c. Ladies' woolen hose, 15c, 20c, 25c to 45c. We also have a line of ladies' odd sizes at low prices, and car ry a full line of gents' and ladies' knit underwear. TIXWAUK. Lare 8-jint n;i tv. icepois at i.H'. Un!v Hi j, . urn gaivamzv.i irun m-fc Xo. 2 at oSo. wnrtli il ; tion room bar'n -Mra..r,i iw sran aniz-il ,r..n j: ,y ter pans at l'.h: K.nh ft Mtall lot stove li..ar,: size, 78c, worth il..ul.;, ijuick, quantity liniit. d. Large lot Japanm-1 cu! t ets at lm as lon a th-v A lot of Xo. S flat l ttoa kettles, nickel i;a!-.l r,n . at l9e. Job lot of bu. iuHa.c:i.. panned, 15c Klswlere, "Genuine ImrortcJ." Erx: semi-porcelain Jinncr et. f70, worth f 12. Being crowded to the rw must have the room. 2 COLUMBIA1 P i. YOUJJG, Proprietor 1728 Second It. Imported and Domestic Su. tings Xtow Open with a replete stock of Fall and Winter Suitings at Xo. 1707 Second avenue, in the store formerly occupied by U. D. Folsom. . WJa. !.. rh' Laltri R08ENFIELD BROS, PRACTICAL Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fit House Heating and Sanitary Plumbing. Basement Rook WanJ NuK s3 Are showing decidedly the besi, largest, finest, most perfect fitting line of Tailor-made The Cheapest. ERCOATS The Cheapest. They are the finest in the City. When you see a neat trim-looking Overcoat you can wager it comes from us. That's the kind and only ones we carry. No old styles, everything new. CORRECT PRICES. In fact, the lowest on record: Inspection invited. Largest Shoe and Clothirig Stores in Rock Island County eiMtleMfdavxa Clotkln tkor 1TO esjoal Avvnaa, 118-133 Eighteenth Su 43 YXAXS THk tTAOAffJX J only Hood's. i