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TffE ARGOa SATURDAr, NOVEMBER
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TSSNS Dall. to arata Mt week. WNklr,
t.0O pr aaaaa ; la advaac. I1.M.
AH wf nnlrMlom of a critical or nu nil
ttvaeaaratfa. political or isllgtoaa, stoat have
sal mom attacbad for publication. No tuck
artlala anil ba prints orar sctitlesa slgnaturaa.
Conaapondraca solicited from asary township
la Book bland csaaty.
SAIIBOAT, AfOVKXBEB 9, 1895.
(ivk the advertising columns of
The Akoi s b test and watch the
effect on your business.
Vicxxa hat elected an anti-Semite
for mayor. Whether this means re
newed impetus to Jew-baiting in the
Anstrian capital remains to be seen.
Dcrmo the recent trouble at Con
atnntinople the British Mediterranean
Iteet lay at Leninos with full steam
up for four days; this cost 136,000 for
Maj. Caki-enteb, who conducts B
farm near Stockbridge. Mich., has
his hogs all trained so that tbev will
go through the evolutions with al
most human precisian.
The repeal of the McKlnley law in
effect substituted all wool goods for
shoddy, and at lets cost, for which
rery shivering man, thinly clad
woman and child should rejoice.
Berlin's royal opera house has
been reopened after being repaired at
a cost of OTer 1125.000. The opera
company occupied Kroll's theatre
while the repairs were going on.
The Jacksonville Courier offerelb
this wholesome consolation: "Dem
ocrats certainly need not harbor fear
for the future, for are thev not told
that whom the Lord lovett He chat
tenethfn The carriage in which Bill Nye
rode to the railway station after a
lecture at Peterson, N. J., was bom
barded with overripe eggs. Is Bil
11am like the ball player a back
It Is reported that the New York
Recorder and the New York Mer.
cury have been forced to abandon the
silver caute by what has amounted
to a practical boycott. Or is it news
from the Eighteenth district of Illi
nois? JCDOE Jon D. ClIABTREE, of
Dixoo, has positively declined to
stand as a candidate for the supreme
court vacancy occasioned by the
death of Justice Joseph M. Bailey,
against Judge James W. Cartwright,
who. it Is now believed, will be nom
inated next Tuesday. Judge Crab
tree will probably be promoted to
Judge Cartwrighi's seat on the ap
pellate bench in tbe event of the lat.
ter's elevation to the supreme court.
Replvinu to recent criticisms of
Cleveland's foreign policy the Louis
ville Courier-Journal, a paper which
has not been very ardent in its ad
miration of the present chief execu
tive, well and truly says that all the
territory which this country has ac
quired has been obtained under dem
ocratic auspices, unless we except
Alaska, and even that was purchased
after President Johnson and Secre
tary Seward had broken with the
republicans. The democratic party
fought the .only wars we have had
with foreign countries since the
adoption of the constitution, and
won them. It is a gross slander to
say of such a party that it is incom
petent to protect the country's
honor. But these charges came
mostly from men whose ancestors
and political predecessors were
against tbe government in the wars
of 1813 and 1846.
"Oar Uaaablla Stat Trsasatar."
An incident of election day ia Chi
cago, related by the Chronicle,
brings conspicuously to the public
view a most offensive scandal. Un
der the above head the Chronicle
"Henry Wulff is the state treat-
It is Known
By Ito Cures
It Is not what we say. but what
Hood's Sarsaparilla does, that tells the
story of its merit
Taetboaseada ot people whom tt has
ralead from disease sad despair to happi
ness and health, are the strongest and
bast adverttsemsaU Hood's Sarsaparilla
Baa. No ether preparation ia existence
Baa each a record of wonderful cares.
This Is why Hood's Bars par ilia has the
largest sale, and reqaires for Its produc
tion the largest laboratory la tbe world.
Maw If vaa maad a vontl mAH !
ot try that which has 4oao others so
lo the1. Only
Truo Dlood Purifier
- VII a .
taxation. On election day he was
assaulted by a person whose mother
has aued Henry Wulff in a conrt of
this county on the allegation that he
is the proprietor of a club in Chi.
cago, where gambling is practiced,
and that he is responsible for the
fleecing of her son.
Mr. Wnlff's defense goes no fur
ther than that he is not personally
the owner of the club and that at no
time was he engaged in any dishon
est play whereby tbe complainant or
her son was defrauded or hood
winked or cheated.
"But tbe fact does remain that
Henry Wnlff. charged with the cus
tody of all the public moneys of the
state of Illinois, is a member of a pc
ker club, having a down-town room
in the city of Chicago; that be regu
larly plays at its tables, and the sup
position is that he enjoys in add
tion to what bis winnings 'may be, a
large share of what is called, tbe
rake-off that is, the deposits made
for the use of the poker rooms and
their paraphernalia. A custodian of
public moneys thus scandalously
employed ought not to be trusted.
But it may be doubted that if
Henry Wulff were tomorrow a candi
date for state treasurer of Illinois
upon the republican ticket, he would
not be sustained, gambler and all
that he is. He is treading in the
footsteps of Quay."
Maw York and the Presidency.
New York Mercury.
The republican managers in New
York knifed the fusion ticket. They
wanted to see Tammany win in the
city and the republicans carry the
But now that they have won their
victory Morton's chances for the
presidential nomination are no better
than before. There will be a great
many statesmen anxious for the
republican nomination for the presi
dency next year, and the selection is
likely to be a dark horse.
There are many good western men,
but it is not certain that McKinfov
is counted one of them, in spite of
Ohio's immense majority.
ine republican managers of the
next presidential camoaipn will be
looking for doubtful states, not cer
At Trinity chattel. Rat. R F
j g , - -
Sweet, rector, even song and Sunday
scnooi ai z:ou p. m.
At the Ninth street M. E. church.
C reaching Sunday evening at 7:30
y Rev. M. V. B. White. Sundav
tchool at 9:30 a. m.
At Trinity church. Rnv. R V
Sweet, rector. Sunday school at
9:15 a. m. Matins at 10:45 a. m.
Celebration at 12 m. Even sorur t
7:30 p. m.
At the Immanuel Baptist, Forty
fourth Street. Prenohincr at in aA a
m. by Rev. W. II. Stickel. In the
evening services will be conducted
vy miss i urce, oi warner, in.
At the United Presbyterian,
preaching at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p.
m. bv tbe castor. Rev. II. f!. Mar
shall. Subject. "The Carnal and
iue spiritual. ounuay scnooi at
9:30 a. m. Young people's meeting
at 6:45 p. m. 6
At the Central Presbyterian,
Rev. Ira W. Allen, Jr. pastor. At
10:45 a. m., communion service. At
7:30 p. m. the pastor will preach on
"The Rewards of Christian Living."
Sunday school at 9:15 a. m. Young
people's meeting at 6:45 p. m.
At the Christian, services at 10:45
a. m. and 7:30 p. m., conducted by
Rev. B. C. Black, the nn
Morning subject, "Embassadors for
jurist, evening, nm snall i Do
With Jesus?" Sunday school at 9:15
a. m. Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:30 n. m.
At the First Methodist, preaching
at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by the
pastor. Rev. F. W. Merrell. Morn
ing subject. "Wisdom and Rewards
of the Soul Winner;" evening subject,
"The Conditions of Success." Sun
day school at 9:30 a.m. Young peo
ple's meeting at 6:30 p. ni.
At the First Baptist, preaching by
iue pastor, nev. u. c. iavior. rn.
i . - . " . ...
v. ouojeci ior morning, uetnei: '
evening, "Heaven! When Does - It
Begin? . Is There an Intermediate
O.-.-O,, 0 I 1 . . n nA
ouuubt scnooi at y.av a. m.,
S. J. Woodin, superintendent. B. Y.
P. U. meeting at 6:30 p. m., leader,
William Guldenzopf. Topic. ' "The
Lord's Supper and Its Meaning."
Jnnior union at 2:30 p. m.
Care for Headache.
As a remedy for all forms of bead
ache Electric Bitters has proved to
be the very best. It effects a perma
nent cure, and the most dreaded ha.
bitual sick headaches yield to its in
fluence. We urge all who are af
flicted to procure a bottle, and give
this remedy a fair trial. In cases of
habitual constipation Electric Bitters
cures by giving the needed tone to
the bowels, and few cases Ion? resist
the nse of this medicine. Try it
once. Large bottles only 50 cents at
nana cs uuemever s arug store.
h atwaa Cared la a Day.
"Mystic Cure" for rhematismi and
neuraleia enrea in 1 to S daya. It
action upon the system is remarka-
uis aim mysierous. jt removes at
once the canse, and the disease
immediately disanrjeara. The first
dose greatly relieves. 75 cents. Sold
"j urvkjiu, uruggisi, hock is
land and Gust. Schlegel c Son, 220
west Second street, Davenport.
Children Cry for
urer oi Illinois, as sucn he is
trusted with the custody of millions
of dollars belonging to the people,
taken from them bv the processes of
The Maria WcIImIot Cmmm
Marie Wellesley's players have been
state and adjoining states and if our
B gIC?ll busiDeaa ail over me
lis urosse contemporary is to be
trusted the company is well worthy
of a crowded house. The pom nan v
played fire weeks in La Crosse and
received the following flattering no
tice from the La Crosse Presa nf
"Marie Wfllesley'a players are
ithont a question the best reper
ire companv on the road and the
Droof of thia statement lies in tK
fact that they have played here long,
er and to better satisfied audiences
than any show of this class that has
This Comnanv nlnra at Harnar'a
theatre commencing tomorrow night
for an entire week.
Want Column, f
WAVED-DAT BOARDS BS AT 1716 THIRD
COMPETENT GIRL WANTED AT SttHlHE
teenth aireet. . .
?.Tr?ICELV TRSISHED ROOM,
ANTED-DAT HOARDERS. I5QCIRE AT
un anuve VIII W.
foil SALE A LARGE CAXNOS STOVE.
' Inquire of W. C. Miocker. '
JOR ftALF-t FI1E SADDLE DORSE. IS
. qnire at 2i91 Ponrta avenue.
JOR RENT-HOUSES IN ALL PARTS OF
iht city at low reatalr. RrldyBro.
HOARD VI'RWimiirn nnnu nm on..,.
D la a private family. Inquire at Aaaua office.
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOC8E
work. Reftweiinsi mn n nwi i v
FOR SALE A I OT Ot THIBTUTH 8TBIKT
In knnth Pavlr ! .1 1 I n.. . . -
r 7 "- way rerma. An
dreas Tac A ROUS.
tlftlffiry T w vnr n im .swr
, nnci in n,ai aauue can
and aee na. Hcidy Bros. "
111 nr want tr tm i .
WANTED A COVPETEN GIRL FOR GEN-
FOR RENT TWO 8-ROOM HOUSES WITH
hood. Apply to B7 W. Bt."" m"Sar-
WANTED A POSITION AS CLtRK IN A
INSURANCE-IP TOO WAST TOURINSUR-
DiJ their lomee, call on Reldy Bros.
FOR SALE OR TRADE WE WILL TRADE
guarantee eatlefaction Rel.ly Broa. ' ,.'
TJJTANTE D POSITION AS COACH AN BT
quired. Address '-X.Q ."The Abbpi.
at once. Address "G.." The Anoca.
OR RENT-OFPiric ROOM IN 8KINNBR
hock over M. A K'. mith v,-.. . .
excellent lotion. Apply at M.4 K'a.
FOR HALE-BCSIXESS BLOCK ON THIRD
avenue at a very low Hume and on tcrma
that a'most Dj one can reach. Reid Broa.
COMMISSION AND AUCTION ALL RINDS
J of DTntarla rannirh m,A H j .at ... "
- o a"- arw.n, UVUUBCa OI CllOoT
fiifi' j r M netlon u Irrin,
AGENTS A SNAP FOR TOC. BALE III
. . .H't"-. Btg w,n COBt yon nothlna 10
cSn. nSu!UOirioflmPnT' ' W- Fonrth
A MAN OR LADT TO MANAGE DI9THIBUT
In? aoap sumplea. aprcaltie8, and do com s
pondini?. end 8ylvah company. 7 Woodward,
Denoit, Mich.. 10 centa for aamptea soap, ate,
receive outllt Oder.
WANTED-TO BUT FOR. CASH SECOND
' Hand Roods or every deacriprion. Money t
loan nn rhtiti.1. mnA li - S
stored and sold on commission. Iave yonr or-
dwuu uuis m. n. 4 ones.
AGENTS WANTEDSOW 13 THE TIME TO
make large mice; spring canvassing teaton
just opened, stock unrivalled, be-t trrma. con
sunt emp oymenu weekly ray. Apply Xllwaa
Ser t arry, Narsarymen, Kochester. N. T.
UTANTED - FEATHERS TO RENOVATE
Feather tnattresaee made lo order All
work enarantecd aatiafactory and prices raaaon-
ble. For fnrther particnlara address Q. w
Stanley. liiO UartUon street, Davetport. Iowa.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITT THE PABTT
lm Hhm. 1 .
...a u uuri uy manaeina a
P-rmanent tnil sncressfnl business to trassact
aend address with reference to H. L. DM Aaecs
ItTANTrn &nz nnvvov
w ...,.,41,01. niin a OE.n il.iS
""" or Mr to travel forreliableea:abliahed
'! ?'' wo" is weekly and e-
' rmjufni. Heierencea. kn-
clcse self addressed a-amptd envelope. The
Dominion rVmn.M. 1 nI...KT" '.
r -jt vuMia atnuaiLir, i;m
TIT ANTED - A RELIABLE WOMAW IS KV
" TJ'"nr W eatabllak a cor-et parlor far
ejjsnd -Doable from End to End v claai a, with
i,;ZXZl . Vir!.' P,mmnt- er? pair war
raated not to break or mat; abaolately Impervi
ous to moisture or peraplration A new pair
fiven for every pair that breaks. Guarantee
? r'nSi f" coSet- Kmaiended by over
1W00 phyMciins. We inrniah complete stock on
SSlSP-TS"'- pr. "'"T ol 40 to SS5 per
."l..!PCT!'': aa.mpie oalfltfree. (Send
Ip centa poetage for sample and terma. Hyaela
Yorkl eompv'' 878 C"1 street. New
A0E.2rS JWAfTED-MALK AND FEMALE,
old and jotR. $10 to per day easily
made, sell ine oar Obm. pi.kT.. i.i 11
ln gold, silver, nicael, copper and bra-'a plating
that is warranted to wear from five to IS years oa
y.cjr ens. m meiai. tame wear, jewelry, ate.
Light and easily handled, no ezpartenre rtqnired
to operate them. Canbecarrkd by hana with
eaee fiom boose to bouse, same as a grip aark or
5.Khe,-n .ATa" aaoaey rapidly.
1 hey aell to almost every business hones, f imllr
rI"ti2Pi Chp, dua-le. aimol. and
with a the reach of erenone. Pin.. -i . 1..
atantly. eqnal to the fir est new work. etat for
circular, etc. ((seen cltv Silver and nickel
a. SI ww , aM OS aVOaiaf. 111.
Oaaa C Kayaea It Ca,
areeannd brno ottwr Ameri
can inatrnmrata. Lowsat la pnea
of any atncUy ajcbrade kaara
nenu. M Avaana. Saad tar
ratalognca. roraalaby ,
D. BOY BOWLBT.
Are manifested by BACKACHE, RHEUMATISM, LOSS OF
APPETITE, FOUL TONGUE, BAD BREATH, WEAK
NESS, LOSS' OF ENERGY and CHRONIC CATARRH
OF THE THROAT.
Dr. J. H. McLEAN'S
LIVER and KIDNEY BALM
Is the remedy you need, of equal service in all mild or chronic
LIVER, KIDNEY and FEMALE TROUBLES.
For sale everywhere at $1.00 per bottle.
THE Or. j. H. (MEAN MEDICINE CO., - St. Lcuis, Cl
Estate of Thomas Farley, deceased .
The anderalatieA havinv hMm innnin 1
istratriz of toe eata'e of Tanmaa rsrley, late of
the county of htoek I.lawl. stat of liu.u.1. a.
eaaed, herebv eive notice that she will an.
i " iue w" ii iy court oi ifocK isl
and county, at tbe office of the clerk of said court,
la tbe city of Rock Island, at tbe Jannarv term, on
iie r,0day in Janaary neat, at which time
all perrons having elaimaagaiaat "aid estate are
notified and requested to ttend,for the purpose
of having tbe aame adjusted.
All persona Indebted to sail estate are re-
Sueejed to make immediate pa; ment to the nn
eraianed. uated this 8th day of Nor. A. D.. IMts.
Mabt L. (out, Administratrix.
Notice of Pablteatloa.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I
ROCK ISLAKD OODItTT. ("
In the Cirenit
jgg ' - -wij, ayeauuai J IVIUA
John M. Albrecht v. Prlck Beatet, lUry
""" wcautrsj bvdu ado m n Hurry
awtYIlakWIw r9 a tJ 1L. m t
Pck Beatj-, Mary Ma'U Beates and Ann
ana Marry, tb abovdefndanis, haTinftrbeea
tiled In the r.iArk's. nfRoaa Ar t
Mid coontj, notice is therefore hereby jrtTen
"T aiuuivBiurni acienoania uiai
the complainant filed hi bill of comnlaint
in aaisl 4VlIlr AH thai ehaaa... -r.l .a m
on the 3Ut day of October, 1895, and that
...-v.r,H.,UUIUIUin IS3UCU uui oi Faia coorx
wtaeretnaaidaaUtanow pendine. retnrnable on
tDA Brat MnnHaif am ska .. T
; i uiuhhi aja, Ball U airy DCIU
'if w reSaired- Now' onlesa yon (the said
o'.. v: TOourm. aoove namea, retries
Beates, Mary War a Beates and Aim Mar a Murry.
enall personally be and appear before said c'.rco't
conrt, on the flrot day of tbe next term thereof,
to be holden at Rock Island in and for the aaid
Mn,l ... ,K. . . m A i
plead, answer or demur to the aaid complainant's
bill of comDlalnt. the asm and th. A
thing t ereln charged and stated will be taken
UrjUltSMM. Inri . anHuK . 1 . .
, , ' "v v ' v " 1 1 avainsi you
according to the prayer of aaid bilL
HUVS 1SIWII, I u., HOT I, IMVl.
GBOFGR W.GAMBLI. Clerk.
Cael KDrHL. Complainant's Solicitor .
STATB OF ILLINOIS, i
HOCK 1SLAKD vuimTT,
In the rircult conn of Rnrk lalana rut
oois, in chtnoery. Bill for partition, etc.
Mrr Fits Gibbon vs. Micbael O'DonnelL Alice
O Donnell, James O'Oonnell. William O'Don
"e'l. Msry O'Uo inell. Jlaagle O' Donnell. Man.
rice O Donnell, Noa O'Donnell. John F. O'Don
ncll, Margaret O'Docnell. Minnie O'Donnei',
Msrv Acnes O'Donnell, Margent O'Donnell.
Andrew O DonneM, Maty U'lonneU. Kllza
O'0 naell, Jr., E iza O'Donnell, dr., J. k.
Johnston, McGregory and Xngene
Pobllc notice is hereby siren that In pursuance
of a decree made and entered by said court In the
above entitled canse on the ltb day of October,
A. o. 1MU5. t. Elwin K. Paitnenter, as master ia
chancery of the said conrt. i n ri qalred and di
rected by aaid conrt in aaid decree, will on Mon
day the d day of Decrmber, A. D. 1895. at the
hour and place hereinafter mentioned and set
forth, sell t public vendue to tbe highest ad
best bidder all and sincular the following de
scribed premises and real estate In said decree
mentioned, situate in the eouuly of Rock Isl.nd
in ttie state of Illinois, to-wit;
The east half of tbe northwest quarter, and the
eastbalf of tbe aontnweat quarter of sertioa
nnmber tweny-oni ai). in township number
aireteen (lit) nonh, in ranga number three (4)
eaat cf the Fourth i4tb) principal metHian as es
tablished by the eurvovor general of the United
States snbjvt to tbe rght of way of the
Chicago. Burlington gnincy Rai:road
eomnany; also a ceitain inu-t or parnl
of land in the northwest quarter of the
northwest quarter of section twunty-etght (28) In
township number nineteen (ill) ntrth, range
three (8i east of tbe fnnrth (4 h) prlnclptl merld.
Ian. and described as follows, to i : BeTinninar
two hundred and twenty and eubt-tentiia
(SW 8-101 feet east of the corner of settlors
twenty (21). tarentv-otie (L'l). t cnty U-nt rSit
and twenty-nine (S9 in said tiwnibip thenre
south one hundred and ninety-eight (ilHjfect,
thence nor.h eighty-six and thrte-f.mrlhs de
greea (86). ea-t one hundred and sixty-eiyht
(16S) feet. ihnoe north twenty-nine and one.
fourth degrees CJS!), west two hundred and six
teen (2I) feet to the section line, thence west on
the section line H'tj-nine and ooe-t'ird (59S
feet to he piaie of beginning; also, the tractor
parrel of land beiiitning on tht line between
sections number twent)-one (1) anl twentv
eght (SMI in township number nineteen (lit)
aortai. range number three (SI catt of tbe fourth
prtrcipal merldan one chain and -W4 links
(1 634-1000) east of the stone set at the southwest
corner of stIJ section number twenty-ooe (21),
said point of beginning neina at the southeast
corner of a school lot ; thence ru-roine; east alone
said section line eighteen and 46-lU(0 chains
(18 46-10 chs) to a stone set at tbe southeast
corner of the sonthweat quarter ( i I f the south
west q natter ! I of said section nntnber twen
ty one (41); thence north twenty chains (gocbs)
to the center of the southwest quarter ,) ef
section number twenty -one (Si) aforesaid:
thence west five and 74 100 chilra (57410Jhs)
to the Intersection of the southern line of toe
right of way cf the Chicago, Burlington A Qoincy
Ralroad company; thence In a southwesterly
direction along the line of the railroad curving
to the left parallel with tbe middle line of tbe
railroad ana SO feet i.Vft) therefrom, eleven and
7M0O cba'ns (11 flMOO chs) to the east side of a
crossing for wagona over aaid railroad: thence
south sixty-three links (63) to a point which
is eighty feet .89 feet) at right aoglMfremtae
middle line of the railroad, thence In a south
western direction enrvhut to tbe left na a line
parallel with the middle line of tbe railroad and
eighty feet (80 feet) therefrom, eight and 2S-1O0
chains (8.M chains) to the intersection of tbe
west line of said lection number twenty-one (811
thence south two and 67-101 chains (.7 chains)
to tbe the norhwest corner of school lot; thenre
east one and 6S4-10CO chalcs (1 CM chains) to the
northeast corner of tbe aarde; toe nee south three
and B-100 chain. (S 06 chains) to tbe place of be
ginning, containing thirty one and tSSM-lOOUOO
se es (81. 8868 acres) more or less; a:ieald tracts
of land si foaled la the county of Rock Island in
tbe slate of Illinois. That aaid trets or parcels
of real property will be sold at the front door of
the poetoffice in the town or village c f Hillsdale,
in said county and stste on sa d Monday, tbe sec
ond day of December, A. D. 1805, at tae hour of
S o'clock la the af tcnooa of sa d day for one-half
m) cash and ths balance In one (1) year front
tbe date of said sale with Inteieston said balance
ataix(4)pero nt perannuaa, eeenrad by atoit
fage upon the tract or tracts of aaid real property
so sold or the entire Earn of the parr base aaoaey
may be paid la cash if the purchaser or pur
chaser so eie t.
Dated at Rook Island TTlinot. Oct. 1E93.
ELWnr B. FARMKMTBat,
Master ra Chancery of th ejreait conrt of Rock
II II. BEIGGS,
Real Estate, Insurance, Loans
AND HOUSES TO RENT.
Office 1612 Second Are.. Bock Island.
Have oa hand 40 lota tn Sooth Bock Island oa
easy wrws; last eataiavt tbe city limits; rood
water; low taxes, and cbaao insurance. Ten lota
oa Thirty-el nth street sad fifteenth eveaao.
ABBaaeeraf nieces of aeopeTty la tho dts fat
Connelly tc CcmneJlj,
. Attorneys at Law.
Oaaea aaeoavd Boot, oraa.maaasll A; Lynda
JBckaon k Hunt,
Attorneys at Law.
B.B. iwaaiK. O, L. W.
Sweeney & Walker,
Attorneys and Conneellora at Law
Otneetn Bangatoan Block.
Charle- J. Seaite, .
Attorney at Law.
Leaal baatnaaa of all Mixta promptly
tajlWsWaomiy af Rock lafaaa.
BcEnlxy St licZInlry,
Attorney! at Law.
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Hooa. Kefrlwoos. Mltnhall M Load.
Office, Foatoflce Blook.
Drack & Kemr,
Arehlteeta and Superintendents.
Room tt, Mitchell Lr i Ii all 11a i. Beeaal
Geo. P. Standnhax, v
Plasa aad aapeilnUadence far all class af
Bniiamga. moms as ana Bo, BUtchell m Lynde
UuildlSA-. Take levator.
Dr W.H Ludewlg
Specialist of Eye, Ear
Nose and Throat.
OfBce la Treeman's new bonding, raraerSeT.
enteenth street and Third ayenae, Itnst Island.
Telephone No. iosh.
Dr. Chaa. M. Ibertaon.
Eye. Ear, Noae aad Throat Only.
Office, Whlttaker Block, sosttiwaat comer
Third aad Brady streeta. Davenport, Iowa
RoneaalTandia. Boars: tasUa.av.1 toip.av
Dr. John E. Hawtbonvr,
, DENTIST. DENTIST.
Few Dental Parlora, over Bartz ft Ullemerer a
drag store. Third avenne and Twentieth street.
The latest appointments for skilled dental work.
W. A. Darling,
.Kitchen ft Lynde's bulldhag.
BEFORE STARTING TO THE
FLORIDA WHITER RESORTS
Make up yonr mind to tro
St Louis & Cairo
The "Holly Springs Route" from St.
Louis. Fast Time. Low Rates. Lib
eral Limits. Through Pullman Sleep
ers. Geo. E. Lary, Gen'l Pass. Art.
Wl. UUU1D, 1UU.
. Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old fire and time
tried company repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
Tour Patronage is Solicited. .
Office 1820, Second At.
1. ?:c,r ij0
Sold by Henry Dart's Sons.
THE PLACE TO BUY
Room Mouldings, Pictures, Picture
Frames and Window Shades is at the
Adams Wall Paper Company,
310. 312 and auTwentieth street.
HEATiaa AID TEBTILATIBa EBQIBIEES.
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These are the
Wool Felt Hats in black and colore, worth fl. for
Fancy shapes in Koglish Felt Hats forcnildren, all colors, for.
TnmmeJ I-elt Sailors. tl.M quality for
Black Plush Top Sailors, belt crown, worth 1.75 and' fV. for."
10 dozen Cloth Corered Sailors in all colors, worth 35c, for.. .
25 dozen Plaid Infants' Caps
10 dozen Plaid Infants' Caps, worth 75c, for. .. .".
1,000 dczen Black Plumes, worth 60c, for
25 dozen Jet Aigretts, worth 15c, for
22 dozen Cut Jet Pompons, worth 48c." for"
20 dozen Cot Jet Hat Crowns, special, for
25 dozen Cut Jet Pins, worth 20c. for .""
10 dozen Fancy Ornaments, worth S5c, for! ! ".
5 dozen Small Blackbirds, worth S5c. for
10 dozen Small Colored Birds for
25 dozen Large Blaekbirds. 50e value for .'.""...".
10 dozen Large Black Parrots. Si. 25 ralue for .
7 dozen Coqur Feathers, worth 25c, for
Special for This Week.
As Veil Given Away with every Trimmed
i u West Second street
isaKj r tm um asvat i ar
for a ouex vter oMtasmm
Wholesale Grocers. Bock Island
irVou Want a
Warm all over.
Warm all the time.
Not too hot in mild weather.
Use the Capitol Hot Water
Or Hecla Steam Heater.
Thirty Capitol Heaters in use
in Rock Island.
Offices ia BOCK ISLAND and HOUSE.
No wonder our Trimmed Hats sell ao!
They are not to be matched ia the city
at the prices that's why.
Kaiser Wilhelm Said:
"DOLLARS saved are DOLLARS
Earned." The Kaiser was right. Let
as show you how.
W'hr pay S3.60 for a hat that we sell
Why pay 15.00 for a hat that we scl
And lonk at our hats at $1.75, 2.
13.50, and 4X0.
Talk of the Town:
Cloak and Far Dep't.
We will have oa sale a line of Canes
and Jackets, embracing Plain and Jetted
Capes In Cloth and Plush, Fur-trimmed
Capes. English Walking Jackets. Tailor
made In both Plain Beavers and Rough
Cloths. Plain and Fur-trimmed, that are
absolutely perfect fitting. We shall cf.
fr an assortment of Winter Wraps from
t4.5. S7.60. $10 end $12. up to f 45. that
will be found equal to tbe best goods
that can possibly be produced for the
price in this vicinity. We Savite ia
portion to the Remarkable Xovember
Valves that we claim have not been
equaled ia our history.