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, THE AUG-TJS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1903
Partly cloudy tonight
Wednesday generally fair;
J. M. SHERIEK,
Teraperatxire 7 a. m. 27; at'
3:30 p. m. 28.
Zazaro. Union made.
Rabbits at lies F.ros.
Spilger repairs furniture.
For insurance, E. J. I'urns.
Dressed rabbits at Hess I'ros.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Men's shoes $2..r0 at Dolly P.ros'.
For real estate and insurance. E. J.
Try the j0 cent dinner at Hotel
Harms from 12 to
Kent your card tables, chairs, dish
es, etc., at llrookman's.
Dressed turkeys, chickens, ducks
and geese at Hess I'ros".
Masks, masks, masks, of every de
scription at .irookman's.
Special prices on all lamps at 1'rook
man's, worth $6.49, only $4.0.
Don't overlook the 50 cent business
men's dinner at Hotel Harms.
Parties wanting1 Milan aretsian wa
ter, please address .1. If. Morehead,
Trinity guild will meet with Mrs.
T. J. liuford Wednesday afternoon at
C : 'M.
The. Handel Oratouio society will
under GERMAN UW8,
Is Excellent for
Rheumatism, Backache, etc.
OR. RICHTER'S World-Renowned
ITone ge"ipo without Traflo lUrk "Anchor. "a
What one physician out of many tcatiflcgt
.415 BROOME ST. -.
New York. Aug I2 1897
Cr. RtchterVANCHOR PAIN
EXPELLER" is especially avail
able in an Kneumanc ana
V-f Neuralaic diseases, it ful
fills all expectations. claimed tor it.,
in f- y -,c
7 rii ii iii iin r iiiimiii riiiin 7 1 ) 'I
25c. and 60c at all druggists or througn
iK.A3.Blcbter&Co.,215 Pearl 5t Heir koxki
36 HIGHEST national AWARDS.,
Tmn rim A hunrniiitnMit f-'i i
iTiiijCfixta. &li ,s'T.etPj5fcvv:70
meet this evening at the college
If you are looking for groceries at
a low price, read X. I. F. Nelson's ad
on page 7.
Attend the, masquerade this evening
j at the Triangle skating park. Full
When purchasing cigars see that
the blue union label of the Cigar-
makers union is on the box.
The Mothers club will meet at room
1-5 at the high school building at 4
o'clock tomorrow afternom.
Our ad on page 4 is filled with shoe
bargains. Don't fail to read it if you
want to save money. The Leader.
Herman Kale was taken in the am
bulance yesterday from his home at
713 Ninth street to St. Anthony's hos
pital. Your entire wardrobe cleaned,
pressed, repaired and shoes shined for
$1 per month. .'ew' Panitorium club,
190.) Second avenue,
Ladies, get your noon and Saturday
evening lunch at the Xoonday Kest.
Xo. 181G'. Third avenue, l'arlors ojn-n
all day for rest and waiting rooms.
Theodore .1. Enfield, of Ko.seville,
and Miss Lena Kalm, of (ieneseo, were
married at the court house yesterday
afternoon. Judge Parmenter officia
ting. The library board met hist evening
in adjourned session and awarded a
contract for ceiling lights for the new
building to the Rock Island Electric.
The meeting of the Union Mission
which was to have been held Sunday
afternoon has been postponed till
Friday evening at 7:30. All who are
in any way interested in the work
that is being done are urged to at
tend. Miss liennis has been installed
as matron to fill the vacancy that
Matthew Fredericksen, 1410 Sev
enth avenue, was run down by a team
attached to a milk wagon at Fifteenth
street and Fourth avenue yesterday
and considerably bruised. Mr. Fred
ericksen feels that drivers are alto
gether too careless in the manage
ment of their horses on the thorough
fares of the. city.
The .lournal Printing company, of
Molinc, filed articles of incorporation
in the office of the county recorder
yesterday. The capital stock of Ihe
concern is $0.000, and the incorpora
tors are Maurice Faniham. T. 1. Stan
ley and YV. L. Eastman. The company
is to publish the daily and semi-weekly
.lournal in Moline.
For the second time a. bond for
County Treasurer David H. Lyons has
been received from the security com
pany that has agreed to furnish it and
is found to be at fault in form. It
has accordingly been returned and it
is hojcd will be sent back corrected
in time for approval at the meeting
of the board next week.
AT THE HOTELS.
At the Harper F. A. Dixon, Mil
waukee; E. II. Ilarman, Indianapolis;
I. II. Riehford, I'eoria; T. J. Ucnsou,
I'eoria; II. Frank, I'eoria; F. D. Ham-
say. Morrison; C. E. Uurrell, Philadel
phia; Miss M. Stori, Xew York; Then.
Hoch, Xew York; M. P.lodeck, New
ork; H. Stoelirer, Xew York; .T. H.
Donnelly, Chicago; M. E. Heimer. Chi
cago; IL li. Hyatt, St. Louis; H. S.
Mead, Kalamazoo; F. E. Johnson.
Gloucester. Mass.; II. G. Martin, Pitts
burg; A. F. Merer, Milwaukee; A. H.
Frankel. Xew York; E. A. Robinson,
Champaign; T. C. Pearce, Champaign;
T. S. Curtin, Keardstown; August L.
Yalkers, Freejwirt; Hoy Smith. Mo
line; II. K. Spencer, Chester; J. X.
Drown. Chicago; F. L. Sands, Morri
son; George Feisler, La Crosse; S.
Anderson, Chicago; J. (J. S. l'est, Chi
cago; J. V. llayner, Chicago; T. II.
Scriffs. Hushvil'le; L. .1. McCreevy,
Hushville; John S. Little, Hushville;
Archie M. Jones, Indianapolis; (J. A.
Hichards, Chicago; J. H. Landers,
.Jacksonville; O. E. Weidner, Milwau
kee; E. L. McFcrn. Chicago; A. I'. Ma
nact. Dixon; II. J. Kimniel, Dixon; S.
X. Daird, Dubuque; Mrs. Adah Coll
yer. Chicago; G. F. Kennedy. Mar
shalltowu; A. 15. Kenne. Chicago;
Annies H. Scanlan. Elgin; H. J. Haw
thorn. Elgin; C. F. Hoag, Poughkeei-
sie; V. J. Delaney. Xew York; T. A.
llelker, Chicago; (J. A. Vawter, Cam
bridge; Frank V. liailey, Chillicolhe;
If. (J. Davis, Chicago; James H. Wood.
Chicago; A. J. O'Neill. Peoria; A. S.
AntslitT. I'eoria; M. S. Hitchcock, I'e
oria; Dan u l onner and wile, J eoria;
Mrs. Y. L. Schlick. I'eoria; W. W.
Hitchcock. Peoria: C. E. Ward, New
Ivondon. Ohio; W. J. Mullen. Aurora;
T. E. Walters. Aurora; D. A. McGuinn.
Aurora; J. J. Heidy, Aurora; (ieorge
A. Ziegler, Aurora: Charles F. Zieg
ler, Aurora: (ins Wylius, Aurora; A.
r.uner, Aurora; S. J. Madden. Mendo-
ta; II. A. P.arrett. I'eoria; (I. II. Carr,
Chicago;. W. Strawlx. Chicago; O. P.
King, Danville: . II. Carlson, Dan
ville; L. W. Straw, Danville; John
Carlson. Danville; E. J. Ryan. Dan
ville; E. C. Darren. Joliet; A. C. Dill-
man, Joliet; W. S. Eriksen. Joliet; J.
It. Hyan. Chicago: A. E. Wertmore,
Chicago: L. H. Rain, Chicago; A. C.
Hickey. Chicago; 1. 1-oley. ( hicago;
G. J. Hickey, Chicago; John L. Cor
coran. Chicago; John Itrunt. Chicago;
C. C. ISryer, Chicago; T. C. P.oyd. Chi
cago; C. ,T. Herbert. Chit-ago; II. M.
Vawter. Knoxville. 111.; W. J. Hillard,
Elmhurst; Peter M. Mnmm. Chicago;
(1. W. Austin. Chicago: N. S. Her
mann, DanvHle; O. C. Thayer. Omaha;
Theo. Palmquist, Omaha; V. J. Young.
Omaha; S. Spangler, Omaha; F.
Schleydeehn. Omaha; John Linden.
Omaha: J. J. Harrington. Kansas
City; Charles Percy, Chicago; Thom
as II. Martell. Columbus; E. P. Van
liarlmeyer, Chicago; F. Lobdel. Chicago-.
C. C. .Carnahan, Chicago; H. A.
HoIIister, Champaign; Peter I Haas,
El Paso, HI.; Ii. Vodde, East St. Louis;
Hobert Curdie, Jr., Alton; K. II. Ker
ferstein, Chicago; W. W. Xewhall,
Kansas City; John II. Doyd, Peoria;
W. D. Dickison, Peoria: R. Hickart,
I'eoria; A. M. Schorp, Kewanee.
At the Harms (European) L. Licvy,
Chicago; S. J. Armstrong, Chicago;
O. Landes, Freeiort; .1. A. Xicol, Chi
cago; D. L, Murchey, Detroit; J. F.
Merchniore, Chicago; C. E. Frich,
Omaha; J. M. Day, Chicago; J. Kent
Green. Chicago; C. M. Carmichael,
Nev York; James J. Hyan, St. Louis;
C. A. Sinnington, Sheffield; W. C. Uob
inson. Michigan; G. D. Millspaugh,
Michigan; Gus Thai, St. Louis; J. d.
Hopkins and wife, Peoria; M. 15. Ros
enthal. New York; William Newman,
Xew York; S. Davidson, Xew York;
H. F. Hall, Chicago; Theo. Steinert,
Chicago: Hugh X. Caburger, Chicago;
Joseph Caldwell, St. Louis; Mrs. F. t.'.
Crisbe, St. Louis; Joel W. Hubble,
Jacksonville; .1. L. Korwick. Chicago;
J. E. DIair, Chicago; D. II. Champlin,
Chicago; L. M. Snoh, Chicago; U. J
Johanu and wife, Dennett. Iowa; (3
I. Uobinson. Chicago: John Kearns,
Chicago; J. H. Swan, Chicago; K. A.
Fcrrin, Philadelphia; Joseph E. Mc
Keown. St. Louis.
At. the Hock Island K. 1'. Wait,
Heynolds; Charles W. Haefele. Hey-
nolds; K. K. Fitch, (ialva; S. T. Long,
Dixon; John DIakely, Milan; A. H.
Dorman, Davenport; Jesse Illaker,
Menasha. Wis.; J. S. Daily, Chilli
cot he; J. H. Nelson, Peoria; W. (I.
Clark, Moab. Utah; Charles Robbins,
Kdgington; Ed Kelly. Edgington;
John Edgar. Cable; Hi Mieker, Cable;
F. C. Edwards, Oakville. Iowa; S. H.
(iawrhnp, Oakville. Iowa; Filbert Fet
ter, La Crosse.
The peculiar cough which indicates
croup is usually well known to the
mothers of croupy children. Xo time
should be lost in the treatment of it,
and for this purpose no medicine has
received more universal approval than
Chamberlain's Cough Hemedy. Do
not waste valuable time in experi
menting with untried remedies, no
matter how highly they may be rec
ommended, but. give this medicine as
directed and all symptoms of croup
will quickly disappear. For sale by
lleadn Should Never Ache.
Never endure this trouble. Use at
once the remedj' that stopped it for
Mrs. N. A. Webster, f Winnie, Ya.
She writes: "Dr. King's Xew Life
Pills wholly cured me of sick head
aches I had suffered from for two
years." Cure headache, constipation,
biliousness. 25 cents, at llartz & UI
lemeyer's drug store.
if it was
1708 Second Ave.
X WE HAVE POT 11 'PHONES.
600 Pair of
4 4 -I-4-JI j4-4'
Our buyer lias just returned from the east
after purchasing ;00 pair of Men's Shoes
made to reatail at 83.00 and 83.50 which we
have divided between our Rock: Island and
1 )avenport stores and will sell at
This is a chance to et up-to-date shoes at
50c and 81.00 under price.
307 Twentieth Street.
Men's Shoes S2.50 and $3.50.
208 Brady Street,
rTTT T I J 11"
H. E. CASTEEL,
L JuTiiTiiTi --- LJL.tJi
L. D. MUDGE,
H. B. SIMMOX,
"Cure the cough and save the life."
Dr. Wood's Norway 1'ine Syrup cures
cough and colds, down to the very
verge of consumption.
10c Per Copy.
Get the Kits while they
You can keep in touch with the la
test in good music by calling occa
sionally at our store, as we are con
stantly receiving shipments direct
from the publishers who write the
REAL HITS. We carry only the best
publications, such as those of M. Wit
mark. Joseph W. Stern. Whitney, War
ner & Co., F. A. Mills, Sol I'loom, Van-
dersloot Music company, and Howley,
Haviland & Dresser. The largest stock
of the best, music in the city at the
1G09-1G09,V Second Avenue.
Central Trust and Savings Bank
ROCK. ISLAND. ILL.
INCORPORATED UXDER STATE LAW.
Capital Stock. S100.000. Four Per Cent Interest Paid on Depoalta
Estates and property of all kinds are managed by this depart
ment, which is kept entirely separate from the banking business of
the company. We act as executor of and trustee under Wills, Ad
ministrator, Guardian and Conservator of Estates.
Receiver and assignee of insolvent estates. General financial
agent for non-residents, women, invalids and others.
t B. WINTER.
Wholesale Dealer in FLUE WINES AND LIQUORS.
I WAUKESHA AND COLFAX MINERAL
t Manufacturer of WINTER'S CELEBRATED BITTERS.
161&-16I8 Third Avenufc, Rock Island. I1L
Tlie 3200,000 Stock of iVlercliancJise Owned by
1723, 1725, 1727 Second Avenue, Rook Island, III.,
Has fallen into the hands of STEVENS 6c CO., of Chicago, and will be sold in the city of Rock Island at a great
sacrifice. The doors will be open THURSDAY, JAN. 22d, and sale will commence at 8 a. m. Music if you
like it, but the most attractive feature of this great Adjustment Sale is the price. A deep cut has been made
on entire; stock in order to sell it quickly. This means a great saving to you on staple goods, such as Dry
Goods, Cloaks, Suits, Furs, Separate Skirts, Millinery, Corsets, Gloves, Laces, Velvets, Fine Linens, Dress
Goods, Crockery, Fine China, Bric-a-Brac, Solid Gold and Silver Jewelry, Watches, Cut Glass, Hardware,
Wall Paper, Carpets, Rugs, Lace Curtains, etc. Supply your wants for a year or two while this matter is
being adjusted by the mediators in charge. Old clerks will be retained and a large force of new ones will be on
hand to assist in caring for the crowds and their wants. Come and see what Stevens & Co. have done to the
store. Come from miles away and see a bit of Cliicago life while you load up with bargains. This great sale
will continue every day until goods are sold, or matters adjusted to entire satisfaction of all parties interested.
STEEN Representative in