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Cook Stoves Ranges,
RIVERSIDE OAK STOVES,
Boynton Celebrated Furnaces,
MASON & DAVIS'
Wrought Steel Ranges
and Steel Dome Furnaces.
tTEsti mates for Heating and Ventilating furnished on application.
1617 Sncoml avenne.
A. Fine Line
. ! Etchings,
And Sta uary
Suitable for Wedding Presents, at
KINGSBURY & SONS,
t37"Call and see them.
To 1725 Second Avenue,
NVxt Door to Cranii)ton's Bookstore.
riiPThe i'nllir is cordiallj' invited to inspect our
thn tinn.-t west cf Chicago without any exception.
3 $ $
The Davenport Shoe Co.,
COR. BRADY AND SECOND,
Rock Island people are invited to make our store head
quarters while in the city. Remeruoer the place fur bargains in
I -t. ib
Proprietor of the Old and well-known
Cor. Third avenue and Eighth street,
Has opened with an entire stock of
Groceries, Dry Goods, Flour, Feed, Etc.
WFreh Farm Produce always on band
Mr Smart dialrrs a renewal of hi. old trade and will try and give patron prior, and treatment
. of yore.
is one array of beauty with its loads of new
"Wall Paper, Curtains
- Call and make your selection LoWeBt prices. ? - -:
. . ; the Newest Patterns sj
Rock Island, Ills.
1705 Secend Avenne.
- - -
1 " frrm fits, T..nnn .tnnlr
NOT SO EASILY DONE.
Failure of the Attemit to Dismiss
the Slaj-oralty Cane.
vowri or iiiiaaia ion
aoaateaaace the Thwarting; af
Jaatlee by Meiaiar PUI Teehal
The supreme court o! Illinois at Otta
wa yesterday overruled tW motion made
ny tbe counsel of Mayor McConochte li
the case brought against I Ira by J. W
Cevanaugh. chairman of tie democratic
city-township committee. n the ground
of Illegal election, to dismiss the pro-
in motion to dismist said Judffe
nilKinson, of the counsel for tbe Dlain
tift. when seen by an Ahuu-i reporter this
morning, "was made on tha ground that
the case should have been appealed to the
appellate court instead ot the supreme
court; the appellate court art providing
generally for appeals to that court from
the county court. It was contended by
the appellee. McConocbie, t lat this provi
sion repealed that contained in the elec
lion law, allowing appeals ii election con
tests to be Uken from the County court
directly to the supreme c urt. The mi
premn court overruled lb is claim, and
held that the two laws dill not conflict.
and that appeals in elecliot. raws should
jet, as heretofore, be uken directly to
that court. The obiectinia he th H
fendant have thus far beet wholly tech
nical an.l obstractive; in this instance
their effort failed, and the case now
stands for a bearing -upon tbe decisions
or Judge Adams which we e also techni
cal in their character, and it is believed
they. too. will soon be set aside, and the
case remanded for a trial 01 its merits
"The point ruled by Jud;;e Adams was
tbat the case was brought to the law term
of the county court when it should have
been brought to a probate erm and that
being on tbe wrong docket it could not
be transferred to the tight one by motion,
out mat tbe suit must be lixruissed, and
be brought to a probate term and placed
on the probate docket. T le decision of
Judge Adams sustaining th s theory prac
tically (Infested the whole aae, inasmuch
as toe time named by law in which the
suit tbould be brought, I ad then ex
IXITKH A CIA IN.
Mrnaailaaal K.paraftoa and Krunloa
a II I km l,lfV-A VI rr line ia Knrk
A variety of rumors have been in circus
lation tntlay regarding the domestic af
fairs of Mr. and Mrs C. C-. Valentine,
all of which, when sifted, resolve them
selves into a very simple statement of
facts Mrs. Valentine nei Larimer, is
well known in this city and has often vis
ited here, being the aecial guest of her
old schoolmate, Mrs. Nicholas Kuhnen,
Jr. About a year ago six and Judge
Valentine were married in Omaha,
whence they went to tl eir home at
Norfolk and subsequently removed to
Pierce, Nvb. Domestic .nfelicity foU
lowed the marriage, and was made
tbe subject of several sensational arti
cles by the Omnba papers. A petition
for divorce was filed by Mrs. Valen
tine at Norfolk, and the ti no of tear
ing would soon have a rived, when
Mrs. Valentine cme to Davenport, arriv
ing here a week ago Friday, on a visit to
ber friend. Mrs. Kuhnen. Thursday she
received a telegram from iter buhand.
asking ber to come to the Harper house
at Kii: k Island and meet bin for tbe pur
pose or aCju.Hting their relations to a har
monious basis once more. Mrs. Valen
tine m eit to H ck Island as requested.
ana lite matter wassatisract inly arranged
between them. During tb earlier even
ing they left tbe hotel and the city:
though their friends here have bad no
subsequent intelligence from them, it Is
presumed they have returned to their
borne to live happily V gether. Tbe
matter was arranged very quietly ami
was devoid of and sensationul features.
Davenport lintof ratUturtU .
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Valentine regis
tered at the Harper togetter for dinner
Thursday. In the afternoon Mrs. Val
entine went to Davennoit to see ber
friend Mrs. Kuhnen. and later Mr. Valen
tine telephoned her to re urn if she ex
ported to take the train th it afternoon.
Mrs. Valentine returned accompanied by
Mrs. Kuhnen. During tin afternoon a
telegram came to Mr. Valentine from bis
brother, A. S Valentine, i t Pennsylva
nia, stating tbat be was on his way here.
Mr. and Mrs. Valentine then reregistered
for supper, and in the afternoon took a
ride. They returned to the Harper and
remained until morning, when Mr. Val
entine's brother arrived, nod the three
took the morning train for 'be west. Mr.
and Mrs. Valentine showed great attach
ment for each other about tl e hotel, espe
cially was this noticeable with reference
to Mrs. Valrntine. The ' rouble is said
to have grown entirely rut of money
A Htrikdajr Marprtae.
Mr. Wm. Pratt was last evening made
tbe subject " of an exceedingly well
planned and altogether ddighlful sur
prise at the home of bis parents, 1125
Fourth avenue, on the otcasion of his
eighteenth birthday. Ahoi t sixty five of
bis young friends dropped in upon him
entirely unexpectedly, brint ing their own
refreshments. The real anniversary did
not occur until today, so just as tbe par
ty were seating themselves at the supper
table and after tbe midnight hour bad
passed. Miss Clara namptoa in behnlf of
ber associates in tbe sui prise, presented
Master William with handsome solid
gold ring in a manner ilia: added much
to tbe joy with which thi gift was re -
ceived. Tbe evening proved a merry
The Frati.Fr wt.rl V.
A special from Dubu
pie says tbe
steamer Silver Crescent n
ade her trial
trip Tuesday, with tbe new
er wheel.. This is the fir
t boat it baa
been tries on, and tbe res
satisfactory. She ran eigl
hour, with 140 pounds
alt was highly
i teen miles an
f steam and
rhe wheel has
t sixteen tbe
only ten buckets instead o
usual number and the bui
aUd by gearing, an enttrvl
Many prominent river met
witness the experiment. 1
kets are oper
i were here to
'be inventor ia
G. W. Pel ton. a Muscatint
baa succeeded in securing
it, J. J. Russell and Jat
man, and he
fair trial of
baying taken hold of it
helped him along.
yeur song ,
Dg away sud-
e said. Dull
detained by rheumatism la
I pressed into his hands a
The Mi day be ran to
meet me ana
I will bear
I " I imn n
tie oruu m
THE ROCK ISLAND
THE DREAD DIPHIHKR.A.
Htatae eftae IHm-asela Rack Islaaa
The Week sthawa aa Iaercaae la the
laaaaberari'aaeaOver the Frevlaaa
Week Dr. trasf.rt't Paper.
' There is no increase in the prevalence
of diphtheria in Rock Island as shown by
tbe reports of the past week. Ten cases
have been recorded against an exactly
similar number for the week previous,
while four deaths have occurred. Health
Commissioner Eyster stated yesterday
that while there were a number of cases
in Rock Island and the disease was a very
severe type where it did exist, yet not
prevail to an alarming extent and that he
was using every precaution to check its
progress and be was anxious that every
body exercise the greatest of diligence.
not only with their children in watching
them, but with their premises in keeping
The paper read by Dr. J. P. Crawford.
of Davenport, on the subject of "Ascend
ing and Descending Diphtheria" before tbe
recent meeting of tbe Iowa and Illinois
Medical society at Black Hawk's tower.is
very interesting at this time. All forms
of diphtheria and true croup. Dr. Craw
ford claimed, wore anatomically the same
disease. But the location of tbe pseudo
membrane determines the character of the
complications and chemical hisfbry, vary
ing in different cases with local lesion in
volving the epitbelia of the mucous mem
brane in different portions of the respira
tory passHges. If the two uncertain
terms of diphtheritic croup and mem
branous croup were abolished and the
terms, descending laryngeal and ascend
ing laryngeal and ascending laryngeal
diphtheria, were used instead, there
would not be that confusion of terms sug
gestive of the different diseases wben the
same pathological condition is present in
both. In a diphtheritic crouD there is
primarily an area of deposit, extensive or
slight, about the pharynx and extending
subsequently to tbe larynx obstructing
the breathing space. In so-called niemi
branous croup the foci of infection and
deposit primarily is in the larynx, or in
many instances originating in the bron
chial tubes or trachea and ascending to
the larnyx, resulting in still more hasty
stenosis, than in the descending type.
Tbe doctor cited a post mortem case
of a child having died with tbe typical
symptoms of membranous croup, the
pseudo membrane extending from the
bronchial tubes up the entire length of
the trschea and larynx. In this instance
as statistics show in fully one-third of
these rases, the deposit begins below
and extends to the larnyx. for it it origi
nated in tbe larnyx, before the membrane
could extend down to the bronchia the
fatal stenosis would be produced at the
arnyx on account of it being tbe most
restricted point. But in both the de
scending and ascending forms of diph
theria or socalled croup, the larnyx is the
dead line, being anatomically the most
dependent portion of tbe respiratory pas
sage. Diphtheria is a constitutional dis-
Dr. Crawford then described the diphs
theritic process. The diphtheritic poison
or morbific agent is received into the I
mouth-or respiratory passages through
infected air, food, water and direct con
tact with the infee'ed objects. It gains
success to tbe tissues by selecting some
area of mucous membrane, usually about
tbe tonsil, having a preference for paves
ment epilheliam. The doctor then ably
escribed tbe various stages of tbe dis
ease and the blood changes. The cons
stitutional disturbance is not dependent
upon the full development of tbe diph
theritic membrane, for it often appears
before the membrane is fully formed, hut
never manifested before there is a red
dened infected mucous surface present to
admit of absorption of the diphtheritic
poison. This infected reddened surface
is liable to be overlooked and in many
instances is obscured from view, being in
tbe nasal passages or below tbe pharynx.
The question naturally arises if diphthe-.
ria of all types, including membra
neous croup, are tbe same disease
histologically, why are the blood pois
soning changes not uniformly pres
ent in all the cases? The doctor
answers this question by stating
that in nasal diphtheria we have
blood poisoning in alt its virulence; in
tonsiller diphtheria much leas disturbance,
and in membranous croup or ascending
larnygeal diphtheria there is scarcely any
systematical derangement. The nasal
mucous membrane, tbe submucous tis
sues are very highly supplied with lymph
alios and consequently blood poisoning
is very extensive, and most fatal cases of
blood poisoning with heart failure, are
associated with nasal diphtheria.
The doctor claimed tbat there bad been
and is untold mischief resulting from the
error of regarding membraneous croup as
notjdiphtheria, therefore not contagious,
ana consequently ignoring all necessity
of isolation and other precautionary
measures. lie further states that tbe
board of health in not taking cognizance
of membranous croup as diphtheria and
applying the same quarantine regulations
greatly enfeebles its effectivenees in curs
tailing the spread of diphtheria.
Tbe treatment of diphtheria was then
discussed by Dr. Crawford, and so far as
he has been able to find out from obser
vations and actual experience, his serves
the purposes better than any other. Tbe
greatest degree of discretion should be
taken in isolating tbe patient to tbe high
est chamber of tbe bouse, with little fur
niture in the room, and the premises
quarantined to the extent of a placard.
All liberties beyond this is a menace to
te safety of tbe community.
At the Theatre.
A. R. Wilber's Burleigh combination
produced the comedy drama, "Escaped
from tbe Law," to a fair sized audience
at Harper's theatre last evening. This
afternoon there was a largely attended
matinee and tonight the company closes
its engagement in "The Black Spider."
A large number of theatrical people
from this city attended the presentation
of "Myles Aroon" at the Burtit opera
bouse, Davenport, last evening, by tbe
talented young actor and aweet ainger.
W. J. Scanlon. The entertainment in
cluded a unique swinging song, In which
tbe comedian and a aweet little girl took
part, (and tbe rendition of the famous
"Peek a Boo." The scenery was very
attractive.. ' ' ,
Commencing next Monday evening and
continuing three nights. Master Franki
11 ITI III II 1 " - -nnlliinl
Oarl, the Outcast, and "The Sea Waif.''
the latter production to include the great
ARGUS, SATURDAY OCTOBER 12, 1889.
TflE RA QF CHANGES.
AH of Which are in the Way of
me Transformation Raek lalaad la
fwderarelaa- Thla Year The Pa viae
A I mast Completed.
It is a safe assertion that no city the
size of Rock Island has witnessed so
great a transformation or more evidences
of prosperity in a single year than Rock
Island has in the past eight months. To
say nothing of tbe street and sidewalk
improvements such aa one would scarcely
have believed could be accomplished in
so short a time, the building enterprises
are tucb as to command much attention,
speaking as they do volumes for the con
fidence felt in Rock Island's future. Take
five minutes' walk in any direction
lurougu me city ana you win see new
buildings by tbe score. In the business
part of tbe city this is especially true.
One of the most important of these en
terprises is the new front of Messrs.
S-1 T I n n ....
vj. j. ana a. j. uans second avenue
building now in process of construction
The new business blocks of Winter &
Lemburg and Fred Applequist on Third
avenue and of Henry Wendt on Eigh
teenth street, will also be completed this
season, and next spring Mitchell & Lynde
and Porter .Skinner will do themselves
and the community credit in the way of
new business blocks.
The Second avenue street paving enter
prise will be completed next week by
Thursday night at the outside. This
morning the under course was completed
on the south side between Sixteenth and
Seventeenth streets, and this afternoon
the huteenth street intersection is being
A number of new sidewalks have been
ordered, including one of Bedford stone
of M. R. Iglehart by J. & M. Rosenfleld
and one of Cable brick for Mrs. Elizabeth
Johnson's Second avenue premises. A
number of handsome walks have been
put down on Second avenue the past
35 cents at the M. & K.
Do not squander
Your money on clothing
Until you have visited M. & K.
Mr. Wm. Jackson left for Chicago
this morning on business.
For right down good bargains in boys'
suits go to Goldsmith's.
A golden opportunity to buy goods the
coming week at the Fair.
Tbe grandest line of jersey suits you
ever saw at the M. & K.
You should see tbe way they are sell
ing hanging lamps at the Fair.
Dr. Carl Bernbardi returned from a
visit to Kansas City this morning.
Aid. W. n. Edwards is moving into
his new bouse in Rodman's addition.
Have you tried Red Hot Stove polish
Needs uo brushing 5 cents at the Fair.
Swii's candee all wool underwear, in
three shades, at 90 cents at Goldsmith's.
A large invoice of new bright tinware
will be opened ready for Morday at the
Melton, Kersey and chinchilla overs
coats cheaper than elsewhere at Gold
smith's. Everts' Com mandery Knights Templar
will be borne from Washington tomor
Messrs. W. B. Ferguson and John
Weyerhauser returned from the east this
Rev. W. S Marquis will preach in tbe
Presbyterian church at Milan at 3 p. m.
Read the thrilling serial "Dunraven's
Ranch," just commenced with this issue
of tbe Attars.
Just tLink of it f 1 50 buys a better
stiff hat at the Golden Eigle than compe
titors sell for 2.
Next! One by one they fall in line and
try to meet tbe cut prices tbe Golden Ea
gle is offering this fall.
Stop in the Golden Eagle today and
examine its fall line of clothing and low
prices. It will pay you.
Mr. A. I. Agnew, who is now a gradu
ate optician, has concluded to remain in
Rock Island for a short time.
Hardwood bedroom suits fl7 at the
C. F. Adams Home Furnishing House,
322 Brady street, Davenport.
Clemann & Salzmann have just re
ceived an elegant line of the latest styles
in bookcases and writing 'esks.
The reserved, seat sale: f or the Cam
panini Whitney Opera company opens at
the Burtis opera house Monday morning.
The meeting of workingmen to com
plete the formation of an eight hour
league, will be held at Hillier's hall this
Mr. Henry Haas, the well-known grain
dealer of Davenport, and a resident of
the city since 1855, expired yesterday
Nelson & Co's. best Rock ford hosiery
three pairs for 25 cents, at the Golden
Eagle. Can you beat this? Well, I
Of course they don't like it, bat the
Golden Eagle is bound to get your trade,
and is offering big inducements "to all
Another crash 25 dozen port silk
handkerchiefs all colore only 20 cents
each at the Golden- Eagle. Com petitory,
please follow if you can. .
Opened yesterday at the Golden Eas
gle another large invoice ol men' pants,
all going at tl.?5 cer pair. Every pair
la the lot actually orth from S2 to t3.
furniture, and oar
Salsmaan'a, where y
" by buying your
t Gtanau &
act aaorUaeas aal J
"zi the larg-
DAKT8' HKW BCTLDINO.
See our combina!
tion. The C. F. Adams Home Furaish
ing House. 822 Brady street. Da ven
Seeing Is believing, and the only way
to convince yourself where to boy unders
wear the cheapest is to go and examine
the immense line and the low prices at
tbe Golden Eagle.
Mr. John C. Kean, city attorney of
Freeport, was taken tick on the train
while returning from St. Louis this morn'
ing, and stopped off at tbe Keator house,
Moline, to recuperate.
Mr. J. R. Johnston returned from
Chicsgo this morning accompanied by
bis wife, who baa been visiting in Con
necticut, Massachusetts and New York
for the past two months.
The Rodman homestead, in Mrs. Rods
man s addition, with one and a half
acres of land, is offered for sale or rent
at a great bargain. Terms to suit pur
chaBer. For particulars enquire of J.
M. Buford, real estate agent.
Miss Mamie Weaver, daughter of
Isaac Weaver, of Milan, went to Denver
last spring in hopes ot benefitting her
health, being a consumptive. Last night
a telegram came that she wss dead . She
was eighteen years old and will be buried
Mr W. J. Browne, formerly superin
tendent of the Rock Inland plow works,
but now of St. Paul, stopped over in
tbe city today on his way home from the
St. Louis fair. Mrs. Browne and tbe
children have lieen visiting relatives here
for the past week.
Mr. J. T. Dixon, the merchant tailor.is
in receipt of a complete line of fall goods
for suitings, pants, overcoats. Prince Al
berts, dress or party suits, etc. Particu
lar care has been exorcised in the select
tion of these materials, and an inspection
is cordially invited.
Our bedroom suits with Peerless ad
justable glass are something new, is a
great favorite with the ladies and will
find its way into toilet rooms at first
sight. The C. F. Adams Home Fur
nishing House, 322 Brady street, Dav
enport. Here they go again. How does this
strike you? Come, competitors, fall in
ine. John B. Stetson & Co's. best soft
bats, any style. Your choice f3 at the
Golden Engle, regular price t4 to S5.
Remember the Golden Eagle gives you
your choice, any style, for S3.
Now or never. If you want to buy a
bat go to the Golden Eagle where you
can find a larger assortment than you can
find in any other clothing or hat store in
the three cities. Remember the Golden
Eagle bars none later styles, more goods
and lower prices than any store in Rock
Island, Davenport or Moline.
A large number of the leading ladies of
this city were in attendance yesterday at
tbe elegant millinerv display at Mrs.
Greenawalt's. and a large number of or
ders were filled. Tbe display was con
tinued throughout tbe day and was
greatly admired by all who have seen it.
It is probably tbe finest display of fash
ionable millinery ever seen in this city.
The trotting stock belonging to the
estate of the late J. C. Barnes, of Blue
Grass, Iowa, was sold at public auction
Thursday. The fine bay stallion Atlantic
brought $ 500, two other handsome ani
mals brought $400 apiece, and the prices
on the others ranged from $300 to $ 55
tbe last named price being paid for a
young colt. The twenty odd animals
were sold for prices aggregating about
The final will of the late Peter Hay
was filed for probate in tbe county court
yesterday. Tbe instrument bears tbe
date of March 24, 188S, and is witnessed
by Messrs. Nickolous Loge and Wm.
ackson. The will simply bequeaths all
property, real or personal, and estimated
in valuation at $10,000, to the widow to
ave during ber life, and at her death
what remains is to be divided among the
children and grandchildren as follows: To
is sops William and Tim, and daughter,
Mary Frickel, one-fourth each; to his
granddaughter Hannah Schuett; one
eighth; to his granddaughter Mary
Schuett. and grandsons Frederick and
Henry Schuett, one twenty-fourth each
Wm. Hay ia appointed executor of the
What might have been a shocking acci
dent occurred Thursday evening at tbe
end of the government bridge on thia
side. A carriage from Maas's livery
staMe, containg four people, was on the
way over to Rock Island, where the occu
pants were to attend a wedding. At tbe
end of tbe bridge a switch engine alarmed
the horses and they started to run. Fear
ing tbey would get beyond control or
plunge into tbe river, the driver tamed
them into a pile of rubbish that lay at tbe
aide of the street, and so stopped them,
the carriage turning over. There was no
runaway beyond that point, and the peo
ple, although bruised and somewhat dis
arranged, went to the wedding all the
same. Friday morning, however, Mrs.
P. H. Wells, wife of the Rock Island en
gineer, was unable to leave her bed. and
baa been suffering great pain and incon
venience from a multitude of bruises
scratches and other minor injuries. She
is probably not dangerously hurt, but (he
haa had all she wants of such experience.
Davenport Democrat -Gazette.
A Sew Meaaattaa.
CHicaeo. Oct 12. The prosecution
claim the discovery of an attempt to pack
tbe jury in tbe Cronin case. Tbe police
have two men under arrest and interest
ing developments are promised.
floary-taTla Items at the SI. A K..
Those 18, f 16 50 and 9 15 men's suits
that would coat 4 more in any other
Those $13.50. $12, $10 suits tbat
would cost 93 more in any other store.
Those $8 75, $7 85, $7 35 suits can not
be bought elsewhere within $ 2.
Those $5, $3 98. $2 68 suits fully $1
cheaper than the cheapest.
Those 5 cenaailor collars, 20 -cent
overalls, 50 cent pants, 13-cent knee
pants, 10 cent celluloid collars, 5 cent
linen collars, 10-cent linen cuffs, lots
more nicknacks much cheaper than elses
Those 15 and 29-cent infants' shoes,
$2.60 ladies' kid shoes, 92 men's shoes,
$3 50 hand sewed shoes, wsy below tbe
Do not aqnander your money on tin
derwear, clothing or aboes until yon have
visited tbe M. & K.
Caxaeraaa, ttattrra of Daveapart,
Say to the ladies of Rock I. land and
vicinity. On Oct. 18 and 10, Friday and
Saturday of this coming week, we will
give a grand fur opening. 1 W will ahow
all tbe latest styles from Lnodoa and
Paris for the seasoa of 18890V Seal
jackets, walking coats, sacqiieav mantels
and new markets. On , dates , only,-. we
will sell fur garments at atrictly whole-
aale prices. - An experienced furrier will
be in attendance to take measures tor
garments to be made to order, when
.cwhhj. ai j vt vue samples aWiu oe
tot fitt. - "coa la urgent) fysolio
STOP AND READ
What Bpot rash will da at May's ro-
13 pounds of granulated sugar for $1
13 pounds A sugar for 91.
4 $ pounds best Golden Rio coffee for
May's patent flour 91.20 per sack.
sugar-cured shoulders 6 cents per
Star chewing tobacco 40 cents per
Patent gloss starch 4 cents per pound
Our Pearl' soap 7 bars for 25 cents.
Baker's chocolate 40 cents per pound.
Silver Moon store polish 5 cents per
package, and all other goods propor
tionally low. Call before buying and
Hard Coal Market
Blacksmiths coal, grate and egg.
97.50; stove. No. 4 and nut 97.75 per
ton, screened and delivered; 25 cents
per ton discount allowed if paid within
ten days. Channel coal for grates, $6
per ton. now is the time to buy.
E. G. Frazeb.
Lodee No. 8. S M. a a iii nt-
their fifth annual ball at Armory ball
Oct. 25. A coach will lo.vo n.,nnnw
at 8:30, and will return at close of ball.
Soft Coal far Sala
At mV VSld. corner rt PLvontl. .t.i
and Ttntb avenue, at tn cni tmr h.k.
el. B. Davbnptvut
Aug. 30, 1889.
U. 8. Sionil Or.ica. I
Washington, 1). C, Oct, 12. f
For the next 24 hnnra fn. III.
Fair; stationary temperature.
The only complexion riowrfp.r In tho
world that is without vnWritv viihnm
injury to the user, and without doubt a
oeauuner, is rozzonrs.
C. A. Stiil, - . Manager.
THREE NIGHTS. COMMENCING
THURSDAY, OCT., 17th.
Engagement of the popular yonng Artlit,
Supported by an excellent company In
Tbursday Night "Disowned
nday Night "Carl, The Out Cast."
Saturday Night "The Sea Waif."
Grand Ladiea' and Children's Matinee
Saturday at 2:30 p. m.
. - - '- ... w, im " w truu, K.uuee
prices 15 and 25 cents. Secure .eat. early.
Under Rock Island Bonaa.
First Mortgage Farm Loans
Ratk 6J per cent an 37
cent Nit. .
-Loaned ay m Wiuxwt loaa to any client.
ETJaU or write for circular and references.
ArWataa a a a "X. aaa
I j 7WCII JhYr aw aaaaan
ia seas or
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interest 7 Der cent aemt annniHv. m1Im4.iI
remitted free of charge.
E. VV. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Rooms S and i Hasonlc Temp',
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
on Improved Farms in the
Best Counties of Iowa.
The Farms were Inspected by
C. A. FICKE,
813 Main 8t, DAVENPORT. IA.
Estate of Pels Hay, Deceased.
Tho undersigned, aavuu been annotated
ecator of tbe last will and testament of Pater
dbt. w wi uie county 01 mock island, stats of
iHinois. deceased, be rear vires boom that a
will appear before the county court of Rock Isl
and county, at tho office of th Urk s ..i
eonrt. in the dty of Mock Island at the - it
ember torn oe the First Monday, la December
ext. at which time all psrsoos kavinx claims
-- r-'s sirtali ira ntrtlan sniUsniisTT.il in .i
tentttaoruio Dtamoee or navm- aa mm. ..t.Mt.
od. Ail parsons Indebted to said astute see r-
uawea iw rnaae. tmaasaiata payment to tha i
Dated this lltk day of October A. D., 1889.
-iSUdw tOllia HAt. Kacator.
Give certain and sure satisfaction for the mo2:?7v
On this platform we stand preeminently at the -
Below a few only of the feast of good tl
week. In our SILK DEPARTMENT v
'blacks and colors '
SILK FAILE AT 88 CENTC.
Compare with similar gooda offered at $1.00ele-
value at 88 cts.
Dress Goods Departed
52 inch all wool dress flannels '. "i 49 cts r
54 inch tricot s 48 " " -
54 inch waterproof cloth . T-.. 88 " ," '"
Double fold stripes " 15 " '
Double fold Tricots 17 ' " "
Plaids at 8 to 10c and up. and stacks of plaids, plains, Strt;
at away down prices.
Not a last year's garment in the house everything spto-s' 1
bristling with style and prices bottom you will want some of l
plushes, plain cloths, braided, combinations etc.' ' -.. , .
We will sav you money. r - ' . " -
Rock Island. Illinois.
ywvv v - - . '
229 Seventeenth St., umWT
t lowest rates,
following are among
' with itAM la.'M j a
' ........ Hu r" nil p.
vlm. .iw,r . . "l nnor. ana three '
"Ti 7 ' - P na ami stun, good
cellar, barn, etc. lof ii(w. well located h !oZ
!-, upper part of Vonrth nnae ; chatp.
"T mone j-rainB locations tor any
Kind oc business neat the Rock Island passenger
Tp06 will buy a dwelling with 7 rooms and
small store, well located, on lhird arenoe. now
rents for f 14 a month.
STOO will buy a eood house, fire rooms, with lot.
Only a few or those fine lots In Mixter-e addi-
Hm Ml T..nl.iM.J 1 m ...
VrTT "- j-Wuv. Mil i xmiy-mira streets.
vT.T!?or,hreefrre'on ,he huff. Una land for
nnl Irvi no a m t
Some of the best lots In Dodge's addition on
skuI V ttnna
POST OFFICK BLOCK,
Tailoring -:- Establisli
I have opened at 420 Bradr street, Davenport. l
and complete stock of FOREIGN and DOMESTIC CCO
Call and examine our stock
Children's Shoes, worth $ .50 for .80
Children's Shoes, " 1.00 " .70
Children's Shoes. " 1.1S ' .on
Children's Shoes. " 1.60 ' 1.15
Misses' Slippers. " . .75 .50
Misses' Slippers, " 1.00 -75
Ladies' SliDDers. " . 1 (Ml 7S
Wigwsms, " .so " .75
Men's Fine Shoes cut down in same proper
Men's Low Shoes at half price. u ' -
These pi ices will continue
r. . Custom Worli etl repairing
the many bargains offend:
t.1 (KYl Will tinara. saa , .
Ion. cieip " "a a aan-iu.ia --v.
A (rVhnrl Wat nn Ik. kln s n.x , .
lttS.o'ar,M J1 ada
A. nice property, JtMt outalde of Utr U. ,
and city taxes : ehesp, on easy terms -
One of the beat 80 acre farms, with Int eai.
improvement" in Bow, In township; cheat.
A good house of eight rooms, dry cellar, water, -bam,
and fine corner lot in the upper part of the
city, convenient to the aaw mills, depot and Isl
A No. i business earner store and dwe'"' ' "
on Moline avenue.
Two-story frame dwelling, tlx toam
cellar, well and cistern, large bam, o
of fine land, well located witu.
Milan street cars, cWuf t
before purchasing - '
A. D. WALSi;
Ladies Fine Shoe, worth W oo f;r V
Ladies' Pine Shoes, 4 o .
Toadies' Fine Shoes, ' - f l -
Ladies' Fine Shoes, - " . f -Ladies'
Fine Shoes, '
Ladies' Lac Shoes, - .
Base Ball Shoes, - 1 ;
neatly aa'd prc:
and table it is
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i '. - - EUTCLTFFE BROS.
aid. Wonderful, .this:
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