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THE HOCK ISLAND ARGUS. TUESDAY NOVEMBER 5, 1889.
Haviiiginade an extraordinary
purcliasc in Glassware, Ave
will place on sale
Continuing Ten days, the entire
lot of 75 Barrels assorted ware
at a ridiculous low price.
1-2 Gal. Crystal Water Pitchers, - 46c
7 Inch Comport, ... ioc
7 Inch Howl with Corcr, - - ttOc
8 " 3.1c
1-2 Pint Heavy Tumblers, - 5c
9 Inch Cake Salvers, - 23c
Engraved Table Sets, - 30c
10 Inch Plain Cake Salvers, - 22c
Sauce Dishes, per dozen, - - 18c
Sun Hinge Lamp Chimneys, Xo. 2, - 5c
Engraved " " 8c
Parlor LatllpS, fine Dec'd Shades, complete SI. 10
Electric Lamps, the finest made, complete, 1.05
Other Dealers ask $2.50.
Hemember, that these prices
hold good for Ten days only.
The 'FAIR '
Fa AS HI
. WOMAN AND HOME.
A WARNING TO THE MOTHERS
PRONE TO PLAY WITH DRUGS.
Information for th. Kara. Handwosaly
Drcoratrd I.unrheon Rooms ClrU Who
Art Daring Swlmmm-A Mrnn on
Drpaalug for ( Imnh.
There is no doctor so expensive aa tbe do
mestic doctor, and none mora frequently sad
fatally employed. It very often mhm to th.
mother of a family too trivial an affair to
end for the real doctor every time that the
child ail slightly. She la trained to (mall
economies and fears th. expanse, and ah.
thinks the doctor mny Ihuku at her, or be
Veied at being citllrd from more important
raw to on. so trilling; and then to have th.
doctor why, tbe child must be no iil that the
thought of it frightens her. Thns she takes
the chances, and applies the rtmelins herself;
and perhaps there was nothing the matter
that her little dose could not remedy; and
prrha there wm sodm grut evil at work,
and nor doie was no !x-tter tlmn dewlly poi
son. For it is not she, the totally ignorant prac
titioner, who can detect the lirst symptoms
of scarlet fever or diphtheria or peritonitis;
but, for nil that, she unhesitatingly gives for
the fever and malaise that she does detect a
dose of physic that destroys .11 the little pa
tient's chnnces, an. I then she calls in the doc
tor only when Imp niy perhnw be over.
There are really few ruinedim thnt it is safe
to administer without skilled advice, and
those are the simplest, and miht all be In
cluded in a list comprising only hot water,
castor oil and a very little tincture of rhu
barb. When a child has been indulging la
Illicit food, swallowing cherry stones or eat
ing unripe raspberries, wlnwe hard w-e.li lodge
tn the little sac that seems to le in the bowels
for the express purjsjse of making trouble,
tbe poor mother's first idea is to give it at
once a relieving ami discharging potion, and
he puts the child under immediate sentence
of duath in doing so, th. physic having an in
flammatory iiiUut nce, which is the very thing
lo be avoided.
And, on tuo other haml, bon a child give
evidence of a diarrheal disorder of the bow
els, the poor mother flies to ber medicine
closet, takes down the phial of chalk mixture
and admin herself for stopping the imme
diate symptoms, not knowing that the fever
and duareas and worse ensuing symptoms are
due to the effect of the chalk mixture, which
prevents the system from relieving itself, and
that she should have given instead an unload
ing and clearing dose of castor oil. That she
isdutarred from giving the oil by the diffi
culty of making a child swallow the nauseous
draught Is not to be allowed in her excuse;
for the child ueed not kuow what is given,
and there are many ways of making it taste
less besides that of administering it in cap
suit; for, when given in wine, beaten up
with the white of an egg, as if for what is
called "egg nog," w ith some suar and a dash
of lemon Juice added, or a drop of essence of
peppermint, the child will think it is having
some nuusuul indulgence grantod because it
doe not feel well, remembering to its advan
tage the old nursery hues:
Oh. yes, rot well: you're very stoit.
1 dou't bolievd it's true.
You only want to coax mamma
To make nioe thiols for you.
Of coiir in the wUdernesa, on reinot.
farms and suburbs, the mother of a family
must, in spite of any dunjer from ignorauos,
koep many remedies on hand and administer
tbetn as best she can. because a physician is
Unattainable tnere at short notice. But, in
that case, as much ber duty as it is to have
the medicines, it is to kuuw how and when
to administer them; and so she must make
her own a sufficient knowledge of tbe simpler
and autre common ailments to be able to
treat them properly in their preliminary
stages; aud this ought to be as much a part
of every girl's education as bread making,
swing, reading and the multiplication table.
But when a doctor is in tbe next street or
within easy call, and drugs are at hand
round the corner, a mother is wise who take
no more upon herself in this regard than she
cannot help, and contents beneU until edu
cated help can be bad with making use of
oopioas draughts of hot water and of sooth
ing sweats Harper's Cazor.
Information for tbe Non.
To change the under sheet, roll It length
wise that i. begin at the side. Posh soiled
sheet and ail coverings toward the patient,
leaving the mattress bare. On this lay the
clean roll, tucking one side under the mat
tress, unroll it toward the patient and move
him over the roll on the smooth space, keep
ing him covered with the top blanket. Go
to the other side of the bed, pull out under
blanket and soiled sheet, finish unrolling
clean sheet and tuck it in. Lay the clean
Upper sheet over the top blanket and cover
It with another blanket and thin white
spread. AVheu these are in place remove the
blankets that are next the patient, and he
will be left lying between clean sheets, in a
clean night dress and thoroughly bathed
without having been exposed for an instant
to the chance of taking cold.
Open the window at the top, and if there
seems too much air near tiio bed place a
screen between that and the window. If
none ia at hand Improvise one by throwing a
shawl ovoraclothes horse or fustening a cord
between two convenient points and banging
blanket over It. If the window will open
only at the bottom, tack the flannel there.
The pillowcase should be changed frequently
and the pillow turned as often as can be done
without disturbing tbe patient. A cool,
fresh surface uext the fare is very refreshing.
Keep the pillow well under the shoulders;
nothing is more tiring to a weak terson than
to have the edge come just in the hollow of
the neck, throwing the chin forward on th.
breast. thtntlv comb anil bruan the hair,
and if there is a beard keep tt washed aud
free from tangles. If the patient Is a woman
part the back hair and braid each portion.
It can bo coiled high on tbe bead-or allowed to
bang in two tails. The nails on liotb bands
and feet should be carefully attended to.
If the carpet cannot be removed, sweep it
daily with a carpet sweeper or a broom with
a cloth wrapped around It, and burn tbe
dust. Wipe the woodwork and furniture
daily with a damp cloth. Never leave milk
standing iu a sick room; it quickly absorbs
impurities. If obliged to wait for a few mo
ments until tbe invalid is ready to take it,
cover the glass containing it. Make it a rule
to leave nothing in the tick room that is not
positively needed there. Remove every cup,
glass and spoon as soon as used and wash all
bottles when they are empty. Keep th. ht
tl. table beside the bed covered with a whit,
cloth, and see that it is always spotless. B.
aa cheerful as possible and try to leave
worries on the other aide of th. door. Re
member while there is life there is hope, and
never give way to despair while Ufa remaiua
baring Girl Swimmers.
A group, from which merry voices of glad
some benltby maidens burst on the air, de
scended from the castle. That group com
prised Lord ami Lady St. Levan, several
mem Iters of their family and some visitors.
Many of the-, when they bad reached th.
little pier, threw off light wrais and stood in
the sunshine ami the breeze in the bathing
costumes they don so often in the rock hawn
privacies at th. southwest front of th.
mount, whose outlets look out to tbe
chops of th. channel. Lord St. La
van got Into a boat as umpire and
guardian. Peers of the
Jisual siehts at tira-i, abroad and at bom.
Thm ft IT int..... T I n... i-
" Hcun i-AJl vi ituusnn
must have witnessed. But surely few mem
bers of the upper house witness in then- holi
day tim the little .vent which followed.
On. after the other plunge into th. sea Lord
St. Levan five daughters tbe Hon. Elisa
beth. Misses Audrey, Nullie Evelyn and Ma
bel Bt. Aubyn, Capt Michael Bt. Aubyn,
their brother; Lady Agnes Townshend (Lady
St. Levan's niece), Col aud Mrs. Knollyi and
Bniashinr and final, 1
a r " J" uw wi
real swimming work again, amid chatter and
laugh and occasional splutter or puff, for
ther. was a ripple on th. water, they sworn
th. 800 or MX) yards from island to main
over Just the course the mount's dread giant
Cormorao waded and swam when be visited
the purlieus of Muraziou and carried back to
bis smaller and bones ter neighbors. That
distance done, the swimmers took to wraps
and boats and pulled to the mount, rejoined
muj m. LTn, ana scampered over th.
lev.1 grseu sward and climbed the steep aa
ont to cast le home and a well earned lunch.
i u young loin at tbe mount ore all fra
quent bathers and bold swimmers. They
bstv. given evidence of bravery as well as
kindness, and w. may feal assured that, if
ever tbe chance came of doing the work of
Grace Darling or Mabel Bell, the St. Aubyn
.m,lrl 1 M CI -It,,, . - ...
"wu.u w tuno. r rum emianooa laminar
with tbe onen sea. thev hntra .t i.
J " aw tucu
confidant and playmate until they treat it in
tn. spirit brwthsd ia Byron's bsautiful lines,
T a Vrwit A T.tilinM
Ia no Case ia the foil of violence an
medication Diore conspicuously shown By
iM frutl than In the effect upon the intess
tinea of txcessiva purgation. The
stomach and bowiU are first painfully
griped, then the latter ia copiously, end
denly and re leatedly evacuated. This is
far beyond be neceasitiet of tbe case,
most unoatu al, excessively debilitating.
Tbe organs are Incapacitated from re
luming thth function with normal
moderation. An astringent is resorted
to which reduces them to their former
condition of inaction. To this monstrous
and harmful absurdity. Hostetter's Stom
ach Bitters in tbe happy alternative. It
relaxes gently, naturally, sufficiently, it
diverts bile from the blood into its proper
channel, it Insures healthful digestion and
complete assimilation. It is a complete
defense agai ist malaria, and conquers
rheumatism, neuralgia, nervousness, kid
ney and blat der trouble.
New Tori, man (to acquaintance) "I
understand that Tour daughter ia mar
ried." "Yek." "Do well?" "Oh. yes,
I ur parsed bjt mother's fondest dreams."
"I am pleased to bear it. (After a short
silence.) 8 she has good husband,
eh?" "Oh, she has no husband at all;
she married n Italian prince."
A I VIC TU auTHBXf.
Are you d siurbed at night and broke a
of your rest by a sick child suffering an 1
crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs.
Wlnslow'i S xthing Syrup for children
teething. Is value is incalculable.
It will relieve the poor little sufferer inn
mediately. Depend upon it mothers,
theiatano mistake shout it. It curt-i
dysentery, d arrhoea, regulates the stom
ach and boa els, cures wind colic, soft
ens the gum i, reduces inflammation, and
gives tone aud energy to the whole sys
tem. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syn:p
for Children Teething is pleasant to" tie
tifte, and is the prescription of one of
the oldest si d best female nurses and phy
sicians In thi United States, and is for
sale by all druggist throughout the
world. PtV Sit cents per bottle.
Walter (who had been worrying his
mother) ''Mamma, may I eat "some of
these cakes?'' Mother (sharply) "Yes,
if you'll keep youi mouth shut.
Advertisii.g s patent medicine in the
peculiar way in which the proprietor of
Kemp's Bait am for coughs and colds does,
is indeed winderful. He authorizes all
druggists to give those who call for it a
sample botte free, that they may try it
before purchasing. The larite bottles are
9(candfl. We certainly would advise
a trial. It nay save you from consump
tion. "Whatdt jou eel an evening for wait
ing at entertainments?" ''Five murk;
but it there Is to be singing I must ssk
Pond's Ei tract, for both men ami ani
mals. In nil swellings of the joints,
whether ant ing from disease or accident,
it alleviates the agony.
Tl is powder i ever vsri.s. a nitrvel of parity,
stpensrrh and wholesnDienese : more economy
Usn the ordls try alnes, ana cannot e sola by
entnpetltloii w th the multitude of low tent, short
welghtaiam or phosphate powders, noit e; n
cant. HotsI. Bbih. fewnaa Co., lmWsll Pi.
WANTlcD- AN I IL SALESMAN, ON CoM
mlnaion. forthe LohrtestlBg oil trade: ail
dress to The Itietericbn Oil Co., 86 West Wash
ington St., Ct icsgo IU. .
Wantkd KELiABi.E local and trav-ellngsal-smen;
positions remanent; Kpec
lal Indacsma iu n.w; fsst selling specislues.
Don't delsr : islarv from the start.
bROWN BUUaKjrserymen, Chicago, 111.
SALESME WE WISH A FEW MEN TO
ell our got as by sample to the wholesale and
retail trade ; tn salsry ; lsrgest tnannfacturers In
our line; IncL.se ic stamp; Wages fs er day:
permanent po liion; monrv advanced for wsses,
sdvertlslng. tic. CENTENNIA. M T G CO.,
' 'lnci. nsti. O.
fl7R TO Ht A MONTH CAN BK MADE
P I J wnrting for na; agen's tref erred who
can furnish a aura and give their who e tlms to
a(w, maanu naf ns pmnith
mploTcd alio; a few vacanctaa tn towns and
v.'" 'unaaus at 1.0 , iuu Main bu,
N. B. Pie isc state sge and business expe
rience Ssve- mind about sending stamp for re
plv. B.F.J Co. ail4m
A at a J .
niimD T.f TO
The only place to buy ELLI8' CEL
EBRATED MERCER COUNTY COAL
is opposite Bt. Joseph's church. Second
avenue. on't ha
brated coal cannot be bought of any
wiuer merchant in tba city. Also Lehigh
and Scran t. in harri (Ska Ksitav l(U
Telephone So. 1086. T. H. Elus.
John Volk & Co.,
M anofacturers of
Sssh, Doors, Blinds. Biding, Flooring.
aaff afl Inda a wmi wnir liu
XlghteeDth a bat. falrd and Fourth sv...
r C royal r;:s? j
i-- VI SSw liSBL.
r it ft
TevrT5 EJSfcl -ar
I tvi a j " . i- I . - '
lew mjvpxt, spmpnis. s . , ;
m f iiiti ail ffliBif
COaCTORTABLB svnd ELEGATfT;
For Sale by Leadlnai Dealers.
-rfd Solely ty "WH. BAfiZEU, Twy.K.7
J. 31. UEARDHLET,
ATTORNEY AT LAW-Oflee with J. T. Ksav
worlhy, ins second Atsdoo.
ATTORNET AT LAW. Offlc. la Beck Tslaast
Nstional Bank Building, Bock Ialaad, DU
s. b. imm. , s wautaav
ATTORNEYS AND OOCN8RLIXRS AT LAW
Pace in Bapgatoo's oloek. Bock Island, IU.
ATTORNBTB AT hW Loans awaerea seai
aeearity.makeseollwctlnns. R-frrenc, M iu-a-U
A Lynda, bankers. Offlc la Portofflc Uoefc.
THE DAILY ARKC8.
R SALE EVERT EVKNTUrt at Omantaaia
Ncw stand, rtvaeenu Der oonv.
D. S. 8,nUKEA',
ATtmiTBCT ANdSCPBRINTKNDKWT. Wata
ofllce cinc.nnaiU. Ohio; Branch offlce over
Pint Katioaal Bank, Rock Island. ftt-Iv
8T. LUKE'S COTTAGE HOSPITAL,
f" THIRD AVENCK. between Tenth anA
WM. 0, KULP. D. D. S.
OFFICE ESXOVXD TO
Rooms S, T, S8 and tl.
Take Elevstor. DATKNFORT. I A.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I
Rock In.aKD Cocktt, J
County Court of Rock Island count), to the No
vember Term. A . D., 18.
E'tra Wsrnock, Admimatratrlx nf the estate of
jtmn w am m-k, neceaaea. vn. Man-aret Bailey,
Alexander Wsrnock, David Wsrnock, Jsmea C.
Wsrnock. Hugh Wsrrock, Jsnet Campbell,
.'ohn 0. Wsrnock. Dsvid W. Wsriock, Janat
Wsrnork, Charles Wshlatrom. Daniel H. Hart
well and Robert Lee Petition to sell real es
tate to pay debts.
AAVisvt of i he non-residence of Jsnet Camp
bell, Junes C. Wsrnock, Alexsnder Wsrnock and
Daniel H. Hartwell defsndsnts above named,
having been died In the oftire of the Clerk of the
County Conn or Rock Island County, notice is
hereoy Biven to the s-1'1 Jsnt-t Camnhell. Jsmea C.
Wsrnock. Alexander Wsrnork and Daniel R. Hart
well thai the said plain IS Eliza Warnock, sd
Btinialntlrtx of the ertate of John Warnork, de
ceased has filed her petition In it raid Connty
l oon of Kock It-land countv for an order to tell
the premises tie lot ging to the etste of said de
ceased, or so cinch of It aa may be needed lo par
the deb s of said deceased, and described as fol
The northwest qusrtrr () of th. no thweat
q-iarier ( and the northeast quarter (Hi of the
snnthweai qnartrr iH) and the northaeat quarter
(HI of the sontheaat qnarter of section
elf en. (ill; also the south one-half (H) of the
sou-heaat quarter (V of section three, tSisllln
township aixteen, (lb), north of ramie one ill
of the Fnurth principal meridian, in Uie
countv of Hoc k I -land at d male of Illinois.
And that a rammona baa been issued out of said
court agatr at you. returnable at the November
term. A. D. 1-Hg, of anid court, to be bolden on
the First Mid Jay of Novrtnber. A. P., 1S89 st
th court houe in Rock U;aud, iu Rock lalsnd
Now, unless yon. the ssid Jsnet Campbell.
Jsmrs . Warnock. Alrxauder Wainotk and
Itsniel H Htrtweli shall prrtnnally - and appear
before said roou y court of K.jra Island county,
on the Ert day of a term thereof, to be bolden st
Rock Inland in said county, on the fir-t Monday of
No ember, lass, sud plead, anrwer or demur to
tbe said romplataant'a petlfon Died therein, tbe
rame and tbe matter and thlnga therein charged
and ata ed will be ukan a ronf esel. and s decree
entered against you according to th prayer of
Hrck laland, Illinois, Ocober 19. 1680.
R. A DOSALDSii.V, Clerk
K W. Hratr. Cotnjtlamant'i solicitor.
STTE OF ILI.IVOH,
Rock Islaxd t ot sti .
County onrt of Rock laland county, November
l.rui, A u. JB-W.
James at. Warner, George D. Broomell snd Wll
l:am A. Cha.twick. pMt:iers, Ac,, of Wanzrr
A o.. plaintiffs, vs W. J. ftnitb. D. W Clsrke
and Emanuel hanVnburc. partner-. Ac of
Smith, Clarke 4 Co., defendants In stisch
ment. Pub Ic notice Is hereby given to the ssld W. J.
Smith. D. W. Clarke and Kmanuel Miaffenbarg.
that a writ of attachment taauedont of the omce
ol the clerk of the Connty coort cf Rock Island
county, dated tbe id day of October, A. D. 1&
at the suit of the said anrer A Co., and agsinat
tbe eatale of the as d W. J. Smith, l. W. Clarke
and Kmarnel Shaffrnhnrg for the turn of Seven
Hundred dollars jnd directed to the sheriff of
Rock lt-land count, which said writ has been re
turned e ecnted.
New, then-fore, unless von. tha ssid W J
Smith, I). W. Clarke and Emanorl Pbanenourg
shall personally be and appear before the said
County court of Rock Island county on the flrat
day of the next term thereof, to be bolden at
the court bouse in the nt. of Rrwir l.l.r,rf
lu raid county, on the eleventh d-y of November
j. u. iftw. give apecial Holland plead to tbe said
plaintiff ' action. Judgment will he entered
attain. t yon. and lnf.it or of the .aid Wuurtni
and o much of the prop rty attached as may be
enmriem 10 sstisry the .aid Judgment snd costs,
will be sold torstiefy tbe earn-.
RICHARD A. DONALDSON Clerk.
H. C. Cmm.LT, PI'ffa Attorney.
October jtu, A. D. 183. J3W
gPEClAL TAXATION NOTICB.
Notice Is hereby given to sll neranna lntereatH
that the Cit Council of the city of Rock laland,"
I STtng ordered thst Eighteenth street, fmm ih.
north line of the Intersection of First svenue to
me norm line or me Intersection of Third ave
nue, all belne in the cotporste limits nf the ssid
city ot noc i-iatid. oe curhen, excavated, grsd
ed. Improved and paved with tnnm hrirk
- ' uprv. rni.'Ol iw Die
Ji.i t " V.1 "'.cltJ' of .aid city, and aald
city has apnllpd U. the cunt, court or Rex a
laland oounty. Illinola. for an aaaeesment and levy
of the coete of said Improvement upon and from
the lota and part of lot and tracts of Isnd con-
ugnoi.e it tue line ot said Improvement In ssid
ord.nanc order, d to be constructed in nronnr.
lion lo th frontage of snch loia. part of lota and
tract of land upon th improvement so ordered
to be coi.eirucied as sfo aaid. and as atsess
ment thereof bating ' een made and rein rued to
raid conn, th anal bearing thereon will be had
at tb November term of aatd court, commencinc
vu ' v - j ivtcmur, A. V. 10OV.
All person desltin? may then and ther. ap
pear and make tbeir detente.
Dated at hock Island, I1L, this Klh day of Oe-
IWUSJr, A. AS. iO?Va
J. V. BCFORD,
W. S. KNoWLtON.
Esut.of Hannah M. Lswhead. deceased.
.HrUiUil.VrcuiMMiii(uC(p appoiuieo somin
Istrstor of the estate of Hannah Id. Lswhead, late
of the county of Rock Island, slate of Illinola. de
ceased, hereby gives notice thst be will appear
before th county court of Rock Island county, at
th offlce of tbe clerk of said court, ia the citv of
r.ock, la'and, at tbe January Una, on tbe flrat
atnnnav in I - , n . . . . i i. . ,,
j . - " 1 j 1 , - .un.u udi in
persous having claims against ssld tAt are no
tified and MntiMl.rl tn .....J . 1. - ..
having the same sdinsted. All persons Indebted
to ssid estate are requested to make Immediate
navment m th.nnil.Hinul
listed tula Sola day of otober, A. D. 1R8S.
. LEROX LAWHEAD,
Kotlce la hsrehv Biven tha at - nu.-t
lng of tb tokkolaeni of tb flack Hawk Bom-
nnuoing. ua and Saving Aaaoolation, held
SI tbe Offlc of the Hrmur. ,.n Tm-H .
October 16th, 1HB. pursuant to call, there being
. Ktuu uu oy proxy nor. man two
thirds of the -tockboldeis of said Assoclstlon,
representing over two-third of all tb stock is
sued by said Aeaoclstion, a resolution was pssaed
Increasing tbe sulhorisd capital stock of said
Associition to Ten Million Hollars, a cettUcato
of ablch bas been filed with tb. Beer tar y of
State at Spring;.!, Ill, and a Ilk certificate with
tb recorder of deeds nf Rock lalsnd con tv. Ml
"S. t J. st. JtOMlQOMERT,
T. J. VanriL. Jr , See'y. Pres't.
Estate of Peter Hsy, Deceased.
The andersigned. bavlug bean appointed Ex
ecuior of the last will and teetament of Peter
Hay, late of tbe county ot Rock island, tat of
Illinola, deceased, herabv give notice that he
will appear before tbe county oonrt efRock Isl
and county, at to offlce of tbe clerk of said
oonrt. ha the olty of Kock Island, at the De
cember term, on the First Monday la December
next, at which time all person having claims
again at aatd eatat ar notified andeequeansd to at
tend forth purpose of -having th earn adj ust
ed. All persona Indebted to said eatatat ana ea.
3 nested to mass immediate payment to tb an.
Dated this 11th day of October. A- D, MSB.
Uth d sw WILUAM HAT, Executor.
PttKLtSS DYES best
For BLACK STOCJCHeS.
Blade la 411 Colnr that nettbev
a. Wat Nar Vad.
Sold by Srttgwists. Alas
Feerteas Brensa Paints t eoksa,
Paerleaa Laundry Bluing.
W.1.M Ink K 1.4 - - ,
- lunula onoc oi rial
JOB PRINTING ,
Oe AT.T. mCRPRTPTinWO-
Promptly and neatly execuud by th. Am. us Job
aav-speeiai attacUoa paid to Cesaaiercial wotk
On these two days we shall allow every customer in our
Children's Cloak Department!
4 suH --,
129 W. Second St., 125 and 127 Main
N. B. A Souvenir to each Child.
of the three
ir-r-1. m - - i.
Cusap! Chsap! Cheap!
Overcoats for on the dollar.
Suits worth f 90 00 for $ 10 00. '
Children's Suits worth S4 for 81. 88
i V. 71 ,r -e"eI prosresatv. aversfe Co bier sdvsrtlsrs In the last onarter of
,d? l?VlT.nd.'ti"i" 0'"" , wlntrodoeeethtinciplpf -Bverv Article War
idJn , n ln,!?ine:d ,n Principle of -irnihful Kepreeentations," and will not restun-'
follol follow lnc Pnnc'P 'of "fionMt Advertlsm. We Usi lesd-tbe "me" nay
The Pioneer Clothier, Hatter and Gent's Furnisher,
115 and 117 West Second St., DAVENPORT, IA.
Tlpene 30 M.
J. B. ZIMMER
Star Block, - - Opp. Harper House,
IS RECErVTNQ DAILY HIS STOCK OF
- Spring and Summer Goods,
of the latest patterns. Call and examine them and remem
. ber that he makes his salts up In the latest styles.
ECIS ABE LOW.
NOV. 6th and 7th, will be
From the regular marked selling price of each cloak. ' This brings our
already remarkably low values way down to the cost of manafacture, and
enables each individual to procure CHILDERN'S CLOAKS at the same
price that dealers pay, when buying in quantities in Metropolitan Markets.
Our stock known to be the best selected and the best ever shown re
quires no encomium from us. It would be usless. Here it is. Inspect it
and see for yourself.
Everything in CHILDERN'S WEAR including beautiful ready
made dresses, bonnets, gloves, etc., at discount prices.
DAVIS & CO.,
A eoDpleta slock of
Pipe, Braes Goods, Packing,
1 ose, Fire Brick. Etc.
DEANE STEAM PUMPS,
akt) SK.HT FEED LUBRICATORS.
Wa (narsntee every one perfect. an will vend Cnfa,
Twentj daj's trial, to fwajoiuibl parUc.
Safety Heating Boilers, and Contrac
tors for fornishing and laying
Vatr, Oas and Sewer Pipe.
1712 First At.,
Rock Island, Illinois.
Ttlphoo 114&. Besidene Telephona 100. .
NOW IS YOUR TIME.
Just received another invoice of FALL GOODS at the New Tsiloriog estab
lishment, and will sell 23 per cent cheaper than any merchant tailor in
the city. Call and examine the stock before purchasing
A. M. WALSH.
430 Brady Street, Davenport, I.
E. C. Hoppe,
3STo. 180B Second Ave,
Hock Island, IU.
SEWERS & ANDERSON,
Contractors and Builders,
A.1I kinds of Carpenter work done. General Jobbing done on short
notice snd saiisf action guaranteed.
Office and ehop 1412 Fourth ave., ROCK I? LAS I.), ILL.
' Proprietor of
Second Arenue, opposite Harper House. The choicest imported
WINES AND LIQUOES.
. Imported tnd Key West Cigars, a speclalt.
:CITY PAINT SHOP:
DRUCKMILLER Sc CO.,
All sleds of
Painting, Graining, Paper Hanging and Kalsomining.
sWAll work warranted and done to order on short notice.
Shop No. 310 Seventeenth street, bet. 3d aud 4th aveoue.
J. M. CHRISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
aw MA"FACT" AKAOUai ASB BlwCVin.
Art J" fof tUm. Ther are best.
m-P.lritlw.: Th. Chrt, Tim. m ul'
1WCK ISLAND. ILL.
H. D. FOLSOM,
ONLY 2.00 ADOZEN.
Photos on a Toboggan Slide.
-AT THE VIENNA PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO,
atid have some ot th latest
HAKEL1ER, Proprietor and Artist.
No. 1722, Second ave., Gayford's old studio, over McCabe'a.
B. F. DeGEafliR,
Contractor eifid. Bu.ild.cr,
Office and Bhop Corner Serexiteenlh Bt.
avnd HanUt Avnv - -
ar"AU klads at ArOstia worn a spscUltr.
Second avenue, Rock Island.
novelties ot the season.
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Plans and estimates for all kinds of bnQdlSa
spplloaUon. -uuuaot nnuau.