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Cook Stoves Ranges,
RIVERSIDE OAK STOVES,
Boynton Celebrated Furnaces,
Wrought Stool Ranges
-?7",Eatimats for FleatinR and
1017 Second avenne, Rook Island, Ills.
Snitable for-W edding Preeents, at
KINGSBURY & SONS,
JTCall and see them.
Aster, Jahns & Baker.
BOLE AGENTS FOE
Geo. W. ID. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
ii'JW Seventeenth Hi., under Commercial HoUl, ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
7"Ftrl elaa. Ioarnr at low.at ratoa.
The following are among the many bargains offered:
An fl.f.iit property na Twenty-third afreet:
0' . k bmiMwttn ll oi'xlrrn lmpo. rnauli; bath
f-auvHi r. hot anl sold arai.r; ch.au.
Two dwlllng himwt, lot a 1144. on Molln.
vood p.jlug butin.a. property on Mullo
A nlc. !wi-.lnrT re-l'l-nce; n corner lot ni
u of tti. b.t iieigbburtiood. oo Fourth
A n bona, of Eiirht room. 6n. lot SOitW,
u i.x.i.d within uv. block, of tba poalofflc.,
Two .lore, well located on Third avenue, for
n. kiQ.i.jf tiii.iurn. tha rent baring good Ini.r.n
't. th. investment.
W V - J5 I
Wall Paper, Curtains
AND ROOM MOULDINGS,
No. 1401 Second Avenn.
-and Steel Dome Furnaces.
Ventilating famished on ap
1705 Secend Avenue.
Opposite Harper House.
A good bouae of tght rowa.. flu. lot, harn. good
neighbourhood, conv.nt.oi Ui bu.me.a. In the
low.r part of tba city, cheap.
A good houa. bam and fl-.e comer lot In the
upper part of tha city eonv.ni.nt to tba in mill,
d.iol and l.laad, cbtap.
A nlea two-atorv dwelling. wU located on
Twentieth aimt, cbaap.
A nica bluff property, larg. ground., ebade treaa,
fmtt., .tc , ciieeo.
$175 wilt boy a lot 64x11.1, corner of Flnh ee
nu and Eighth .tr.t.
tv will bay a good lot 60x82, wall located oo
Tb truant b .tract.
A (nod .ishty-acre farm, well located In tbla
county -will uka houM and lot In tbi. city for
QUICK TIME ON THJ Q.
A ew Train Service to Chicago
A Fcraarr Plan RTlTe4--A Bl ThlDaT
Krk lilttl If Carrte lata K.
r-atla. aa It Praaaaly Will.
For lereral dayi rotnon hare b en rife
In buainesi circlet of a new and cinen
lent dowu town train aervica to Csicao,
a plan by which one may make a trip to
Chicago and return in a day and bare
four nours for bumneaa in tbe big city to
ooot. in otber wonln, tbe report that
ha been quietly paused from mouth to
mouth it that the C. B. A Q. i., to in
auiurate lu contemplated service which
was interfered wuh by the loconotive
trike of a year ago last winter, and that
this time it is a o without tbe possibility
of a doubt. Tbe plan is to put on a train
each way daily between Rock Inlaid and
Chisago, leaving fr0m tbe down town
depot at tbe foot of Sixteenth strwt
between 6 and 7 a. m. and arriv
inp; in Chicago at 11 a. m., run
nin by way of Denrork, Sterli ig and
Shabonna, which is several mile uliorur
than any route between here and t!ie me
irnpolls. Keturning the train is to leave
Chicago between 5 and 6 p. m.. retchmir
Kick Island at about 9. Thus the run to
Chlcauo and return and back is n ade in
day. the entire trip with four hcurs in
Chicago, occupying but fourteen hours
away from home. According to what can
tu ) -i a . i , . , .
icarucu ui tuose who claim to te in a
position to know, this plan will bs car
ried into tffect within the present month.
ana before the winter passes night trains
will be put on the same route.
inquiry at tbe Burlington depot failed
to elicit any Information tending either to
affirm or contradict this rumor d im
provement. Division Agent Mack is out
of town, and others in a possible position
to know said tbey knew nothing about
it that no new time cards bad bten re
ceived. The A rods believes, neverthe
less, that the new trains are a sure thing,
It hopes so, and believes the Burl ngton
would be well repaid for thus evincing
r. Geo. O. Morris, tbe proprietor and
tar or the '-A Legal Wrong" company. is
and favorably known through his
connection with Littles ' World" which
lie so ably managed for several set.ons.
in this, tiia latest and most successful
play. Mr. Morris has fairly eclipsed
all bis former efforts. The pity is
stronger, tbe company better anl tbe
arenery finer than any ever carried by
Mr. Morns companies. "A Legl
Wrong" will he at Harper's tlieair.- Sat
There is snniethiug magnetic thoiit
J irbeau, for, once to see her, in to want
to see her every time site is hilled. The
musical farce in which she appears s out
of the beaten track, in that its uasic in
fresh and clM-eting, its situations lively
and the whole rendered by a corn any,
m itho.it the usual supply of cord rood.
As for Jarbeau. her reputation aa i.n ar
tiste speaks for itself. A delightful sing
er, ami captivating mimic, she deoorts
herself on the stage with a gn.ctful
abandon that cannot fail to win the lulmi-
ration of even the most callous auditor.
Pretty girls and beautiful toilet are
blended with an artistic intrenuitv that
would reflect credit on Worth, at tbt Bur
tin tomorrow night.
The Library Basra.
The regular meeting of the Rock Isl
and public library board was held Mon
day night with President Connelly and
Directors Sweet, Johnston, Smart.
Pleasants. Reamussen and Southwell,
Oo motion the president and secretary
were authorized to draw an order f r the
amount of the bill for periodicals f r the
coming year as agreed upon by the com
mittee on periodicals.
The librarian's report for the moi.lh of
October was received and adopted.
ah ana !rienr
h.ngioa and Philosophy...
.av and Mirellanon
Hlatnry and Biography
Pall ..rat ....
SUDtla. H,rm .
Bills were allowed as follows:
Kramer A Bleuer, t?3.20: Century
Company. IQ, W. H. Judge, U e:.
irvt aMhaald Kewart la aklrklns T
The Pougbkeepsie Eag'e gives th s ad
vice concerning electric light poles:
When you pass an electric light pale at
night and observe that the light is not
burning, kick the pole. By so doing you
will jr the carbon to place and : twill
light immediately. Tbey have a man at
the electric light works whose busii ess it
is to follow the rounds of the e ectric
lights every night. He rides in a wagon
and carries a sledge hammer. When
ever be finds a light not burnt tg be
drives up to the pole, and, withoi t get-
ting out of bis wagon, hits tbe pole a
whack with his hammer, tbe carbon
drops, the circuit is complete and the
light comes at once. Whenever yiu see
a ligbtless electric pole kick it.
If this practice were to become In vogue
in Rock Island, how the population
would be out kicking tbe towers, tl.us re
serving the mental and verbal kicking
that many now indulge in on dark nights
when the almanac and the actual s.ate of
astronomical nature fail to agree.
Feet-Mcata 31 K.
Ladies' chamois lined shoes.
Gentlemen's fine band-made Doois,
Children's 15c shoes.
Children's straight goat shoes.
Boys' wear-resister shoes.
Men's hand-made 1 tXJ working shoes.
Men's solid working shoes 91 .21.
Nothing but the best quality of rub
Ladies' fine hand-welt shoes.
Ladies' fine red Oxford slippers.
Ladles' fine hand-turned lace shoes.
Ladles' fine hand-turned patent leather
No old goods everything new. Prices
are guaranteed 20 per cent low rr than
Ladies' and gentlemen's overs. alters.
all colors, all sizes.
M. & K. are agents for tbe genuine
M. & K. shoes are the best.
This rartlall j ExalaJas.
Ex-Clty Attorney M. M. Corbttt, who
has seen the error of his former wiys and
is now a republican, returned on r ednes
day from Ohio, where he ha beet taking
an Active part in the campaign t no.
Tbe magnitude of the tote against
Foraker is now in a measure exp ained
At my yard, corner of Eleventh street
end Tenth avenue, At ten cents ptr bush
CL . DAT1HMKT.
Ang. 80. 188. '
THE ROCKS ISLAND
the woodmen war.
The Keeeat Aetloa f the I'aart la
Relattoa ta I lie Heaat CampThe
lavestiaratloa'Kaat at Oaveaaart
The investigation of the charges
against J. C. Root, bead consul of the
Modern Woodmen of America, is now on
in earnest. Tbe difficulty culminated
Tuesday, as stated that day, in two deci
Ive iters, and the probability is tbat
within a few days further sensational
disclosures will be made.
A week ago last Saturday, Dr. McKin
nie, through his attorneys, R. W. Wright
and J. P. Root, of Chicago, took steps
toward regaining the position from which
he was ousted by the head council of tbe
order at Fulton, 111., a short time ago. A
petition was entered in tbe court at Mor
rison, Whiteside county, 111., praying for
an injunction restraining J. P. Root and
the otber members of tbe bead council
from performing the duties of bead phy
sician or appointing anybody else to per
form tbe same. This petition was made
on tbe ground that the action by which
tne removal or tbe doctor was accom
plished was illegal. The matter came up
in Judge Crabtree's court at Morrison,
and was granted.
This practically reinstates Dr. McKins
nie as head physician of tbe order, says
the Moline Republican, and stops further
operations of the society till the reins
statement is officially recognized. This
action alone would doubtless precipitate
matters which otherwise would be de
layed for weeks. C. W. Pavey, auditor of
state, and two insurance experts, have
taken possession of the bead office of the
Modern Woodmen of America, and will
institute a thorough investigation into tbe
finances of the order, provided the books
necessarj for such a step can be found
It is admitted tbat some of the books
have been taken out of tbe state. These
measures will nndoubtedly bring the
whole affair to a bead, and members of
the order affirm that tbe sooner this is
done the better. Tbat the order has
suffered since the publication of the ex
posure is frankly admitted, and those
most interested in its welfare are glad the
step was taken.
The Rock ford Jiegitter espouses the
cause of Dr. McKinnie and investi
gation and scores Head Consul Root.
The paper says: "It becomes daily more
and more apparent that Mr. Root, of El
gin, was fraudulently running in debts
on tbe association and collecting the as
anaessmentB. ne naa apparently un
checked power and availed himself of the
opportunity to indulge in the crookedest
sort of fraud.
Root's friends on the other hand stand
steadfa.t in their faith in him, and de
clare that McKinnie is the one who has
perpetrated the fraud in over charges as
head physician. But, as the Abgcs has
iterated before, let
a searching investi-
tfHtion be made and both Root and Mc
Kinnie removed, and the one who is
guilty be made answerable to the law.
Koot in advertised to speak in Davenport
tonight without fail, and a number of
Woodmen will go over from Rock Island
to hear turn at Cedar Camp's hall.
Ui-n. Supt. cbnilger, of the Holmes
lines hug been for some time considering
a plan by which tbe hoars of work for
the drivers on the Rock Ialand & Moline
lines might be lessened. When be took
control of tbe roads he raised the salaries
of tbe drivers from $45 to Hi per month
realizing that tbe public service could not
be properly accommodated without lmpos
ng long hours upon the drivers. Rut it
was found impossible to suitably recom
pense the drivers for the time put in. so
Mr. Schnitger has given Supt. Hill in
structions to prepare a new time table by
which two of tbe cars on each branch
will make but thirteen hours a day, and
there being eight cars on each line, tbe
drivers will each alternately get these
runs every third week. Mr. Schnitger
further contemplates running the cars out
later on Sunday and holidays, thus giv
ing the drivers more time to themselves
then. Where there are so many cars, tbe
change can be made without interfering
with the efficiency of tbe service. It will
have the tendency rather to improve it
as the drivers will be better satisfied and
take more interest in their work, especial
ly as the reduction of time comes without
a reduction in tbe salary.
BtLUDALE, NOV. B.
Will Shepard who was sick with diph
theria is around again.
John Fitsgibbon has been appointed
conservator for T. B. O'Donnell.
Fender & Nundle have just received a
lot of pure bnckwbeat flour. Try it.
Hiram Cain went to Rock Island Tues
day on a business and pleasure trip.
A. Soland and one of tbe gravel pit men
came near having a round one day last
Our esteemed friend, W. D. Camp, is
to start for Fort Collins, Col., about the
School commenced here last Monday
with a lady from Ohio as teacher. Tbe
attendance is fair.
E. M. Feaster and wife went up to
Erie last Saturday, Mrs. A. A. Matthews,
a sister of Mrs. Feaster, being quite sick.
A. iu. Denmson was up last Saturday.
Of course we all know the object, but it
seems to us it is getting rather late to
look for flowers.
There is to be a crazy supper in the
vicinity of Enterprise some evening next
week. Place and ume ere not yet deter
A- E. Peckham had a public sale last
Saturday to dispose of several actes of
good timber land on Rock river bottom.
Some of the lots sold as high as 45.
This is our last communication from
here as a correspondent. ,8elah."
A rabid caniae was slain in the vicin
ity of the Rock Island depot Tuesdsy,
after a bungling effort to which Officer
Mulqueen lent his hand. The mad brute
was seen to bite several otber dogs which
are known and all of which should be
speedily dispatched, end would be if
there was a man on tbe beet who knows
his duty. Marshal Miller should send
Officer Sexton, who is a dead shot, gun
ning for dogs in that part of town. Tbe
matter is too serious a one to be trifled
with. Every dog suspected of being
bitten ought to be killed without delay.
A Baaawajr Bejr.
Supt. J. R. Bowmen, of the Iowa Or
phan's borne at Davenport, reports a case
of the escape of one of the boys under
his charge yesterday. A boy who gave
his name as Bedford applied At the home
Tuesday to see -a boy named Daniel
Craig, And being given permission to
walk in the grounds with him the two
tipped. Tbe boy who aided in the es
cape is a brother to young Craig. And At
tempted to get him Away before. He
gave the fictitious name to Avoid detec
Uon this Ume. The boys. Aged eighteen
end twelve, are nephews of Mrs. Rilchey,
living in Sdgewood pik, this city.
ARGU8, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7,
(the biixisterial meeting.
Toplra Diaeaaae by the Tri-CIf y Aa
aaelatlaa Tala Week.
The regular quarterly meeting of tbe
Tri-City Ministerial association held in
Moline this week was an unusually profit
able one, socially and theologically.
Prof. R. F. Weidner, D. D.. of Angus
tana College discussed the methods, mat
ter and conclusions of tbe so-called
higher criticism of the bible, pronouncing
their reasonings unsound, their methods
questionable, and their conclusions false.
The discussion met with tbe decided ap
pro val of all the ministers present . Prof,
Weidner personally illustrates the fact
tbat a man could be highly intellectual
end at the same time maintain pure, deep
The Rev. U. Z Gilmer read a very ex
cellent paper on the question, "Is a re
statement of beliefs necessary f Tbe
speaker was inclined to the belief that
such a statement was unnecessary.
Tbe Rev. J. B. Little read a paper on
"Tbe Effects of the New Theology on
Christianity." He thought it had rnn lu
course and fallen short of the aim of its
projectors; that in the main it had stirred
the orthodox world to a deeper study of
the fundamental doctrines of Christian
ity. He compared the new theologist to
tbe civil service man on Pike's Peak, who
through his glass could see people twenty
miles away sitting in the shade fanning
themselves, surrounded by all the luxu
ries of summer. Taking down bis glass
be finds himself all alone and chilled
amid everlasting snows. So the new
tneoiogist. having lowered the glass of
faith in God's eternal word, bad found
himself alone, and amid the snow and
bitter coldness of a lifeless and hopeless
Both papers met the approval of tbe
Death's Awfal War.
There is untold woe In tbe home of
Mr. and Mrs. Chris. Metxgar, on Twen
tieth street near Fifth avenue. A fe
weeks ago their oldest son died of diph
tberelic croup; this morning at 12:15 Ed'
die, aged four years and eleven months,
died, and at 8 o'clock Bertha, aged seven
years, tea months and sixteen days,
breathed her last, both succumbing to the
same fatal ailment. Thus has tbe home
been devastated of light entirely every
child taken and in their irreat aorrnwr
. V. L- . .
muuKu aympamy is mucn, the parents
inconsolable. A more pitiable and
terrible affliction could scarcely be pic
Diphtheritic croup carried of Joseph.
little son of John McGinnis. living in the
east psrt of town, vesterdav. The hnv
was aged tbtee years and seven months
and the funeral occurred the same dav
5 Jasper V Soli to Franklin II Sell.
ne ne4, au. l. Be. 1,450.
Anna J Collins to Pauline Levv. tt lois
a ana b, oiock s. Charles Baford's add.
n i, vo, ai.
Louisa H Churchill to William nTlockan
lot 10. J W Spencer's 81 add. R I. SSiiO.
6 Estate of William C Welch Let
ters testamentary issued to Mary J Welch.
cona waived by will.
LICENSKD TO WED.
-m. T. McKlnnev. Annie Rohr.
Rock Island; Henry Lettig Millie Hoh-
mann, Itock Island.
Harry Ziemer. Maccia L. 1'rer
M. & K.
Sweet cider at Truesdale's.
German egg noodles at C. C. Trues
Men's and boys' mitts 10 cents at tbe
M. & E.
Choice home made mince meat at F.
Choice apples by the barrel at F. G.
Genuine EnglLh Melton overcoats at
the M. & K.
i-noice Honda and Malaga grapes at
uenuine surname chinchilla overcoats
at the M .& K.
Mr. Wm. Reynolds, of Cordova, was
in tbe city today.
The genuine Otter fur trimmed over
coats at the M. & E.
Go to K.nn & Flemming when in need
of furniture and carpets.
2. f2 00. $2 73. $8. boy.' auita. See
bargain counter at the M. & E.
Michigan and Missouri apples by the
bushel or barrel at Truesdale'e.
The boys' suit bargain counter at tbe
M. & K. increases dailv in nnntilint
J r - , J
Saie at the M. & K.
Capt. Henry Seyhe, of Alton, an ex
tensive steamboat man, is in the city.
Call and see the choice display of bot
tled goods just received at Truesdale's.
Messrs. Davis & Co., commenced on
the Seventeenth street sewer tbis morn
ing. Kann & Flemming are tbe leaders in
tbe latest style in parlor goods and cham
The great sale of underwear will con
tinue at M. Arnold's, Davenport, for an
Rev. G. W. Snyder, pastor of tbe En
glish Evangelical Lutheran church at
Davenport, has resigned.
Tbe funeral tbe late Freddy Yerbury
will occur at 2 o'clock tomorrow after
noon from Trinity church.
Hon. W. F. Crawford.the Edgiogtonite.
was in town today. He la not shedding
any teArs over the election returns.
Sideboards and fancy dining room ta
bles At the C. F. Adams Home Furnish
ing House, 322 Brady street, Davenport.
Miss Mamie Welch has returned home
from an extended visit to friends At To-
pekA, Wichita and otber Kansas points.
Bed room suits At prices that can not
be beet At the C. F. Adams Home Fur
nishing House, 822 Brady street, Daven
port. Fine new wall paper brightens the in
terior of Cap. Oorcoran's barber shop.
Blecker, tbe enterprising bill poster, was
Mattresses, pillows, bedding all
kinds at the C. F. Adams Home Fur
nishing House. 892 Brady street. Daven
Do not squander jou money on old
styles carried over, when you can buy
new styles end new goods much cheaper
At the M. & K.
Mr. W. O. Negus, of the Rock Ialand
house, says urn tbe floors of all tbe
stores in the building as well as the office
will probably be lowered to the sidewalk
If jou want to see the large t, best
selected stock of draperies la the three
i cities, visit the C. F. Adams Home Fur
nishing Bouse, 822 Brady street, Dsven
A mortgage was filed last night for
f 100,000 in favor of the American Trust
company of Cbicsgo, from the Moline
Central Electric Railway company.
Clothing shadows along Second avenue
need not worry their brains in writing
sensational Advertisements. Everybody
knows there it no place like the M. & K.
John Kinney, a switchman in the 0..
B. & Q. yards, bad the third and fourth
fingers on his right hand mashed while
coupling cars last night. It is thought
that all of tbe fingers will be saved.
The presiding elders of the Methodist
Episcopal church la Iowa, Illinois, Min
nesota, Dakota And Nebraska, meet in
convention at Des Moines Nov. 6-8, to
discuss topics pertaining to their office.
Through an error of the types the an
nouncement appeared in last night's
A nous that the conductor's ball was to
be at Beardstown tonight. It should
have been Thanksgiving night Thurs
day, Nov. 29.
A new car was placed on the Union
street railway branch of the Holmes syn
dicate this morning and 'another similar
to it will be put on tbe'flrst of tbe week,
thus completing the closed car service on
Officer Kramer read in last night's
Argus the article pertaining to tbe re'
striction of peddlers, and forthwith ar
rested Henry Graves for peddling station
ery without a license. He was fined 5
and costs by Magistrate Wivlll.
George Bennett, the glove manufactur
er, has leased the upper part of bis store
for bis residence and will use the entire
lower floor hereafter to the use of his
manufactory. 8uch is the reputation
tbat Mr. Bennett enjoys for doing good
work that an enlargement of his facilities
A telegram came from Chicago this
morning tbat ex-City Attorney P. T. Mc-
Elherne, who has been dangerously ill
for some time, would probably not sur
vive tonight, and Mrs. Byrnes and Miss
Kate Byrnes, mother in-law and sister-
in-law of Mr. McE.herne, and Mr. James
McElherne, brother, left for Chicago at
Deputy Collector Henry Bostock and
Guager J. W. McPherson, the latter hav
ing succeeded Mr. Burrall at the begin
ning of the present month, have secured
the office formerly occupied by Medill &
Whitehead in Mitchell & Lynde's block.
and have commenced the occupancy of
it. It is much more desirable than the
old federal offices on tbe same floor.
Mr. David Don has shown his charec
tenstic public spirit by having the steps
in front of bis Second avenue building,
though temporarily only, painted red.
adding much to the appearance. Next
spring Mr. Don will drop the floor of his
building, rebuild the one adjoining on
the west, and put in two of the hand
somest store fronts in the city.
Mr. Ira C. Martin, for many years cor
respondent for the Alters at Hillsdale.
Rock Island county, and Erie. White
side county, and one of the best on the
stafl. has been obliged to give up bis po
sition by reason of having accepted a
clerical position in the office of the C, B.
Q. road at Moline. The A rocs ex
tends to Mr. Martin its best wishes for
his future prosperity.
Mr. Earl Raymond, city manager of
the Singer Manufacturing company, in
this city, is having Mr. A. Batchelor. the
boatman, construct him a craft for the
comfort and convenience of himself and
two companions, and on Sunday at 10
o'clock tbe party will put out for the
Gulf of Mexico. They will float with tbe
current and fish and hunt as they go, ex
pecting to be absent about three or
four months. The boat will be pro
vided with a neat cabin snd a capacity
for storing utensils, supplies, etc., for the
trip. It will be an enjoyable journey in
The Troy Prut contains the following
which will interest many in Rock Island,
as Capt. Shaler was once stationed on
Rock Island and is a brother-in-law to
Mr. Phil Mitchell, of this city: -Mrs.
Mary A. Shaler, mother of Capt. Charles
Shaler. of tbe Watervliet arsenal, died at
6 o'clock this morning of pneumonia.
There will be no funeral service at the
arsenal, but tomorrow morning the re
mains, in charge of the deceased son and
two daughters, will be taken to Pn La.
burgh. Pa., where after the funeral aer
Vice Wednesday mornine. tbe remain.
will be interred."
Mr. J. J. Reimers and some of bis
friends enjoyed a superb oyster supper at
Lotnar Harms' restaurant last night at
the expense of Bank Examiner H. A.
Forman, of Nashville, 111., as tbe result
of a wager on Tuesdsy's election in Iowa.
Mr. Reimers, whose sympathies were
wholly with the democratic nom
inee, bet the supper on Hutchison
not getting 10.000 msioritv. Mr.
Forman accepting it, feeling sat
isfied tbat republicanism in Iowa was too
closely wedded to prohibition for reform
this year. When the glad news came.
however, he cheerfully discharged bis
obligation and did it richly And said he
would like to pay for several more on
the same score. Mr. Forman is a brother
to Congressman Forman, of tbe Eigh
teenth Illinois district, W. R. Morrison's
Makes the lives of so many people mis
erable, and often leads to self-destruc
tion. We know of no remedy for dys
pepsia more successful than Hood's Sar-
saparilla. It acts gently, yet surely and
efficiently, tones the stomach and otber
organs, removes tbe faint feeling, creates
a good Appetite, cures headache, and
refreses tbe burdened mind. Give
Hood's Sareaparilla a fair trial. It will
do you good.
Baseball Where are you going to
spend tbe eveningT Bat Ob, I'm going
to the ball. Won't you come along?
Baseball No; thanks. Thought you
might be induced. to go Along me. I'm
going on a bat.
V. 8. Biowii Orfici, I
Washington, D. C, No.T . f
For the next iii hours for Illinois:
Light rains; cooler.
A competent girl to do general bouses
work. Mrs. J. W. Potter, 721 Seven
Pimples, boils and other humors ere
liable to Appear when the blood gets
heated. To cure them, take Hood's bar.
The rosy freshness. And a velvety soft
ness of the skin is Invariably obUined by
those who use Porzoei's Complexion
Our local politicians Are making Active
arrangements lor tne next campaign
Tbey ordered a box of Dr. Ball's Cough
Djrup via ihi oozmaen. Ana nappy.
Hard Coal a arks t.
Grate and egg, f 7.50; stove, No. 4 and
nut. f 7.75 per ton, screened And deliv
ered; 25 cents per ton discount Allowed
if paid within ten days. Cannel coal
for grates, to per ton. Now is the time
to buy. Blacksmiths' coal, coke and
charcoal on band. E. G. Frazkr.
For tale or Kant.
The large brick dwelling house No.
a 4 r A a .
ii4o oecona avenue. Eleven rooms.
Datn room, Kc. Apply to
P. I Mitchell.
Cbas. A . Btisl, - - Managar.
OIK HIOHT ONLY.
SATURDAY EVE., NOV. 9th
Geo. O. Morris' sfaater Effort. Tha Great
Scenic and Spectacular Helo-drama,
A Legal Wrong
The he.t and moat .nceesafal drama of the ace.
Geo. O. Morris a. Clareoca Gray
uj powcniu compaD7. sea me
f1 - r i .
uitoi vycione at oeai
See the beaotl'ul Tropical scene,
A Lone Island in Mid Ocean
The Finest Scenery rwtt Painted.
Strong Caat, Pleaetng Specialties.
Norm The eatlre Special Scenery and wonder
Tol mechanical device, need in thla wonderful
production are carried by thin company. i
Frice.-S, 50 and 75 cents. Keaerved seats
uuw on .ie ai uiemann at salzmann's.
Stkil, - Manager.
TUESDAY, NOV. 12th, 1889.
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eiTKK BY TBS
Vocal and Instrumental
The T. K. QUART BTTE.
Ml. HILMA OH LIN. Soprano.
Hit ALWINB MUELLER. Soprano.
MlnTILLIE LAM BACH. Piano.
Mr. JOS. HAAS, Baritone.
Mr. THEO. RCD. REESE, Piano.
Mr. ERXST OTTO. Cornet.
BURTIS OPERA HOUSE,
FRIDAY EVENING, NOV. 8.
Comedy Success th'. Season"
Tbe Reign to f Farorite of tbe Comedy Stage
In ber New Sparkling Matlcal Comedv
By EDWARD POLAXD.
Renlete with original mnalc. catch, .one.
bandaome co-tume.. prettv etrla. ltt. 'uvinira!
funny aituat'ona. Ml-S Jarbran In ber cba'rmlrg i
A GRAND SUCCESS.
Soatt on Sale at Opera Home bow.
PRICK - , 50. 71 and $1.
Just received, all to
be sold at
10 Cents Per Copy,
by mail 11 cents.
Identical with that for which
you are asked to pay from
four to ten times our price by
and Banjo Strings
at low prices.
Call and see for yourselves.
1635 Seconn avenue.
Under Rock lalana Bmm.
Secured by First Mortgage,
Iron aALS at .
6 i AND 7 PEE CENT.
1KTIKI.T COLLCCTID WITHOUT CHASel.
No trouble or exoenae .Dared to secure choice.t
Our Fourteen years' experience and losg aa
tablisned local aeencieff g.Ta u.
Call or write for circular, or reference..
MenibTtmru DAVCNPORT Id.
IK SUM OF
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interest 7 per cent semi annually, collected and
remitted free of charge.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Boom S and 4 Masonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
on Improved Farms in the
Best Counties of Iowa.
The Farms were Inspected by
S13 Main St, DAVENPORT, IA.
Have more of that celebrated Cotton Flannel 12$c quality,
in short lengths, this week for 7i cents.
GENTS' UNLAUNDRIED SHIRTS,
-25c,- 50e- and -75c.-
The 50c and 75c qualities are probably the best values
you have seen at these prices. It is a good time to buy.
Plush and silk Hoods At
ssk how that is possible? A
.get i.,ew i ors. manuiacn
samples, a low price took the lot-not a great many. A
t2 60 in New York we sell at $1.75. and so down tbe list.
representative or One Of th
to see them
Xlock Island. Illinois.
IPM If CD g r-a
mmA cm & s co
Nothing remarkable about these prices is there? Wait
till you get your hands and eyes on the goods
that these prices represeut. They will
The C.F. Adams Home-Furnishing House
Only $1,50 PER GALLON,
KOHN & ADLEE'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK. 5 ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Children's Shots, worth $ .60 for .80
Children's Shoes. 1.0 .70
Children's Shoes. ' 1.15" .00
Children's Shoes. " 190" 1.10
Misses' Slippers, ' .75 .60
Hisses' Slippers, " l.oo ' -75
Ladies' Slippers, " 1 00 " ,73
WigWAms, ' .W0 " .78
Men's Fine Shoes cut down in same proportion.
Men's Low Shoes at half price.
These pi ices will oontinae until stock is reduced. -Custom
Work and repairing neatly and promptly done.
tSfCall and see us.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL BEOS STORE, 1818 Beoond faaae
ELK STREET BH0E STORE,
less tbsn manufacturer, prices. Do you
question easily answered. We bought of A
largest New Ynrlr m.f.tnrra. all his
In theBe Goods we know that
we can suit you,
Also the Price.
We have them at
$25, $35, $41.50
Ladles Fine Shoes, worth $3 00 for 4 36
T alu' t7fK. 31 . .
Ladies' Fine Shoee.
Ladies' Fine Shoes,
Ladies' Fine Shoes,
Ladies' Fine Shoes,
Ltdies' Lace Shoes,
base Ball Shoee,
8 .00 "