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a ;nvnas vacation school be
AlonKSeat event for the boys and
6ins' -f,he small urchins who make
S'So ?"o "he public school. The
tlon of the boys and girls.
Wonder Tablets 3c each-the lar
,est tablet in the market for the price.
Elite Tablets 5c each, for pen and
pe oriental Linen Note Tablets.
yneen Annie linen note and Letter
oc for a box of 1 2 Slate Pencils, the
When it comes to Lead Pencils we
have almost all kinds and qualities
Lead Pencils 2c a dozen or 6 for lo.
The boss rubber end Lead Pencils
le each. He a dozen. Pen holders lo.
Patent Automatic pen holders 8c.
Scholars' companion, nice wood box
foiitainini: wood covered slate pencil,
Iea'.t pencil, rule and pen holder, 3o.
. .rlr ' trsi- snipnu-nt delayed by railroad
i trc wr n i mi luvm ana
Ink So bottle. The celebrated
; V u hot'le, warranted irood as the
u-juv.-iit ii.k '
it, "i ii.m-il bottle. IXrtionariea Be
iliiMi:i-' lo. 2c. 4c, 5c. MiW gosa
r r i!)ti r i irculars for school wear, 75c.
1713. 1714. 1718. 1718. 1720 and 1722 Second Atentjb.
School Opened Monday,
BO DID THE FAIR ON
jin.de D Slates only 2c
" 4 " 3c
" " " 4c
" ' " 5c
' " 7c
Siujlc Spates one-half the above prices or 6, 8, 9 and 11 cents.
The knt Pencil Tablet in America for 10";. Good s'zd ones 3c and 5c.
NuMvr tipped Lead Pencils 8j a dozen.
A s;nr.l L.-ail Pencil 5c a dozen. School Bga 5, 8 and 15c.
C'. im- ard see our Lunch Bsskets.
1725 SECOND AVENUE,
Ni-xt door to Cramp ton's Bookstore, (up stairs.)
T-H ;nMi.- i" cinliHlIy Invited to Inspect our new Gallery, the finest Went of Chicago
-:'i"U mv txreption. We have the only Camera in this vicinity large enough to make life
- j l"i .: ..-nch direct. Wc have the only Gallery la this city which is first-class In all Its
.;-i'it-.-Mt. In fart it contains more Instruments, Back Grounds, Photographic Furniture,
! !!ni, h1! the other Oalleries in this city combined. We have a reputation of the highest
r U: - j hUo the ability ana determination U sustain It.
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WALL PAPER COMPflMY-
31 '2, 314. Twentieth St.,
Ant IWoffic Block, Moline. ROCK ISLAND.
FIN E WALL PAPER-Exclnlvairent
r . nr ,,. it jHnrwv t. Rotrt
i .r. I - .jr Co., ami l(ilxrt Mraved Co
-KK.il rI'KciAi.S-Which includes all'the
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER,
Uemovfi to 219 Seventeenth Street
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Syrupy
Acts quickly, is perfectly safe and never fails to cure all Lang troubles.
TUT IT. 10c, 25c and 50c Bottles.
Medicine known for all Kidney, Long and Stomach troubles. Is
Thomas' Kidney and Liver Pills.
c a Battle Samples free.
Cheaper Than Dirt !
At prices we are selling them- Pear's
soaps, Colegate's soaps. Kirk's soaps.
Every house should have a liberal sup
ply of toilet and bath soaps.
Just added to our soap department
some special values
Jubilee toilet soap, six cakes in a
box only 8o a box.
Boquet Toilet soaps 8o a box of
Genuine Cnitcura soap 17c a cake,
ooo a box of three cakes-
Large size white pure castile soap
10c a cake. Imported quality juvenile
soap l7o a cake.
Transparent Rosebud soap 4c a
cake, 3 cakes for 1 Oc.
Colegate's Boquet soap 17c a cake.
Mottled castile soap 4o a cake.
Pear's soan Ilea oni
Cocoa castile red mottled large
cake 5o, regular 10c size.
Almond TY11 jtiH ml .
vub L CAlia
quality low priced soaps 8c a cake,
'uc a dox oi tnree cakes.
Rieht hfirn la t irnA4 nl... .
tlon our large velvet and sheep's wool
" tiunjjos dc ana aoc.
el"e. cold cream, 14c a box. Camphor Ice 10c
- ikwi. .y fiprew ram may tvening
for our millinery department, infant's Velvet,
plush and tilk caps and hoods. "
Noiseless Double Slates only 13c
1703 Second Avenue.
M S5HI waaTW 1
it - ii rti: ;iki '3 ih' :1 unn- ITiTiri
for the followlnc six laree Wall Paper
. Hobbs CO., Nevins Ilaviland, New
Art papers. Prices from 10 to 80 per cent
H. THOMAS, '
Druggist, Bock Island.
THE LAMiKST BUT ONE.
Tiie Tii-City Electric Railway
Herond Oaly in Hlie to the One at
Boaton-B Wiijb fhler KBKlaeer
Wheeler f I tie Thonssa-Hsaston
lo.-The HolBien' Xtw Plant and
What It Will Canslst of.
Mr. George A.. Wheeler of Chicago,
chief engineer of the railway department
of the Thomson-Houston electric com
pany, arrived this morning to make a sur
vey of the variot s lines of the Holmes
system in the tri-dties preparatory to the
putting in of thejilectnc plant for which
the Thomson-Hot ston company has re
ceived a contract involving an outlay on
the part of Mr. II Dimes and his associates
of $350,000 An Abous representative
espied Mr. Whetler in company with
Supt. Bchnitger tl.is morning, and when
a-ked if he had any information to im
ptrt that would bs of interest to the pub
ll he replied, "well yes, I can tell you
one thing that your people will be
pleased to hear of, and that is with
one exception, jojr three cities here
will have the largest electtic railway
system in the country, and we have
140 railways in operation, including
Boston, five in St. L iuis. five ia Kansas
City, and those at Des Moines and Coun
cil Bluffs nearer here. BoBton has 60
miles of track, ami 250 cars, and you
will havehere 8 J miles and 50 cars."
Atked as to I hi; proposed equipage of
the tri ciiy system, Mr. Wheeler said:
"To commence w ith, we will use cedar
poles as straight as the tree grows, and
will have ihem tiieely shaved, trimmed
and painted, and they will be of a uni
form height all along the lines in entire
conformity with tie street grades. Then
we will use a No. 4 galvanized steel wire
for a span wire, B retched from one pole
to another, withot.t kink, and attached to
eye bolts placed in the poles, thus giving
it a very neat appearance. Our trolley
wire is to be a single wrought
hard drawn -opper wire, which
is placed over the center of each
track and suspended to the steel
span wire by patont insulators to which
is attached an ear which is soldered to the
trolley wire in such a manner that it is an
impossibility for it to break away or sag.
At all turnouts and crossings will be
placed frogs or switches to conform to the
lines of the track ho that the trollej which
is upon the top of the car, will follow
along without in erruption. The track,
which is the Johnston girder rail, fifty
two pounds to the rod, such as the
Holmes people l.ave already put down
here, will be connected together at the
joints with a No. 4 copper wire and
joined to a single wrought copper wire
which is placed ic the center of the track
beneath the payeinent for the purpose of
miking the return circuit complete. This
enables the cars to be operated more ful
ly. as on all purls of the system the
strength of the current is uniform. Etch
car has in connec ion a rheostat which is
operated by the n otor man regulating the
amount of current used for propelling the
car and can be regulated so that the
speed of the ca will be from one to
twenty miles an hour, ard the motor mm
has at all time perfect control of the car,
and in & number of cities where they are
operating the Thomson-Houston system
over grades 10, 1:5 and 14 per cent, they
frequently slop the car in the center of
the grade and go backward. These cars
start off gradually and are free from that
jerking motion found in other systems.
"The overhead construction will be
built in the test possible manner,
will be neat in appearance and de
void of the unsightly objections
found in other lines. The cars, 50 in
number, 16 feet l ing, will be of the latest
improved patten, tastefully painted,
igbted by electricity, equipped with
Hubbard patent truck with the most im
proved break met haDism and life guards.
the latter entirely preventing the possi
bility of persots getting beneath the
wheels. Sixteen of these cars are to be
equipped - with single 20 horse power
railway motors, and 34 of them will each
be equipped with 2 15 horse-power mo
tors, all to have the latest method of
noiseless gearing. These cars are elec
trically equipped with Prof. Thomson's
lighting arresters. which makes them pe
fectly safe from damage to persotis and
passengers, and at the same time is
a preventative against interference with
the propulsion of the system during
storms. The car is so arranged that it
can be operated from either platform and
run in either direction from either end.
The trolly arm upon the top of the car
for makine contact with the overhead
wire adapts itself to all conditions, es-
Deciallv runoini; beneath low railroad
"The power Htation will be equipped
with seven 100 borse power dynamo gen
erators of the laie6t improved design of
the T. II. E company and so arranged
that one or all of them can be used at any
one time, the generators being connected
with a switch bosrd which will have placed
upon it lightning arresters, rbeostals for
regulating the current, main switches lor
connecting in th i several generators to
the overhead lins. together with current
indicators, volt meters for measuring the
amount 'of cuiTent which is used for
operating each r.ar, and also an automat
tic circuit brei.ker which if foreien
wirea fall across the trolley wire it
will automatically break he circuit
and prevent liability and indi
cate the location of the trouble.
The station will be equipped with two
Corliss engines, of 350 horse power each
and arranged so that the power is trans'
mitted to a main Iinehaft and from the
shaft to each of the generators by a sya
tern of belting. Each engine incapable
of operating the road alone and the other
engine may be thrown into service imme
diately in case of accident to the other,
thus insuring c onstant.operation of the
road. . -'. -
"The Thomson-Houston company.
which received" this contract after a com
petition with all the foremost electrical
companies in the country, is tbe oldest
manufacturing and contracting company
of electric railways in existence, and wa
will guarantee to your people that we
will spare no expense or endeavor to
make this system the best we have ever
constructed to make it what the Boston
plant is a subject of pride to tbe citizens
who are benefitted by it.as well as to our
selves." As he bade the reporter "good day."
Mr. Wheeler remarked, "and you can say
to your good people that we will have the
entire system in operation by Dec. l.and
part of it tefore."
AN UNFORTUNATE AFFAIR.
Cap t. John O'Connor, of the Htpamer
J. W. VaoManr, Mhoeta One of His
On the last trip up of the steamer, J.
W. Van Sant, of which Capt. John
O'Connor, of this city, is master,
some trouble arose between Capt. O'Con
nor and a man named Francis McMahon,
who had been on the boat but a few days,
and after the captain and McMahon had
several angry words blows were
exchanged, and then Capt. O' Connor
drew his revolver and fired at McMahon
but missed him. This happened above
LeClaire, and when Albany was reached
McMahon sprang ashore and the captain
again fired at him as he fled up the back,
this time tbe shot taking effect, though
McMahon managed to escape. The boat
went on up the river and nothing more
was heard of the inci lent until today
when the report reached Rock Island that
McMahon had died, and Capt. O'Connor
had left his boat at Dubuque.
Both these latter assertions lack con
firmation, though it is known that O'Con
nor shot McMahon at Albany. The crew
on the Van Sant stand by their captain to
a man. There Is another report that on
reaching Albany McMahon filed serious
charges against the entire crew on the
Van Sant. It is to be hoped that Capt.
O'Connor will be able to explain tbe en
tire matter satisfactorily, as he has many
friends in Rock Island who will await
the real facts with anxiety.
THE PUBLIC LIBRARY.
Recnlar Monthly Sleettax of the
Board Tlnae of Mertlac Chanced.
Committeea Appointed. Report
The Rock Island public library board
met in regular monthly session last even
ing. There were present President
Southwell, Secretary Pleasants and Di
rectors Johnson, Welch and Denkman.
President Southwell reported his
standing committees for the ensuing year
New Books Pleasants, Rasmussen,
Library and Reading Room Smart,
Periodi;als Smart, Johnson, Denk
Finance Denkman, Smart, Welch.
Rules Larkin, Sweet, Rasmussen.
The resolution presented at the last
meeting changing the time of the regular
meeting from the first Monday to the
fourth Monday in each month, was upon
The report of Miss Ellen Oale, librari
an, for the month of August, was res
ceived and filed as follows:
Art and Science 13
Religion anil Philosophy l'i
fnetrr and Drama ft
Epar8 and Miscellaneous.
History and Biography....
Received from fines $6.
The committee on library rooms was.
at its own request, given further time.
Bills were allowed as follows:
Merchants Electric Lieht Co., $17.86;
A. C. McClurg &Oo., ?7 13; Carl Helpen-
stell. 7 50; Wallace Trotting Register
Co . $16 50; Kramer & Bleuer, $1.60.
The bosrd then adjourned to the fourth
Monday of October.
Tbe Mary Morton passed down.
The Pilot, Scotia, Irene D, and West
Rambo came down through the draw.
The stage of the water at the bridge
at noon was 2:25; tbe temperature 78.
The Kit Carson brought down fifietn
strings of lumber and the B. Hcrshey
The Irene D, City of Winona. West
Rambo, J. K. Graves, Abner Gilo and
Pilot passed up.
Tbe Herahey came down with eight
strings of logs ar.d the J. K. Graves and
Musser with sixteen each.
Messrs. Coleman Bros, have returned
from St. Louis, at which place they
turned over tbe Golden Gate to her new
purchasers, Messrs. Kelley, Wells & Co.,
of Newport, Arkansas. Mr. Kelley, in
former years, was well known about
Davenport and bad relations living here.
Tbe boats have been having a goo 3
business season. . Almost every Saturday
night in St. Louis they have had to turn
away trade. Last Saturday all the appli
cants for passage could not be accommo
dated. The Saturday before twenty were
turned away, and weeks before that one
hundred, thirty and forty could not find
state'rooms. The only thing now needed
to make tbe steamboat owners sing "Old
Hundred with true fervor, is two or three
more feet of water. As it is now, tbe
only thing they are capable of giving
voice to is "Johnnie Jones and his Sister
air. Weyerbanser mill Baylor.
A Chippewa Falls dispatch says "the
Chippewa & St. Croix Ltnd association
has sold 8.360 acres of pine lands lying
in Bayfield, Washburn, Burnett and
Douglas counties to Frederick Weyer-
hauser, president of the Mississippi Riv
er Logging company."
Don't miss seeing our fall stock of in
grain carpets. We make a specialty of
Angora, tbe new weave. Tbe Adams,
822 Brady street, Davenport.
The worst cases of scrofula, salt rheum
and other diseases of the blood, are cured
by Hood's Barsaparilla.
A large and beautiful assortment of
French candies just received at Krell &
Math's. (Step in and have them put you
np a box to take borne.
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. 189a
F. E. Crompton, of Joslin, was in the
city today. -
Cipt. J.B. Liddera has returned borne
from the south.
Landlord J. E. Montrose, of the Har
per, has returned from the east.
Miss Eva Normoyle left this morning
to take charge of a school In Kurai town
Rev. T. W. Grafton preaches this even
ing at the Twenty ninth street Christian
chapel at 7:45.
A burglar entered the houe of James
Vogleat Hampton, Sunday evening-, and
Cbas. Battles, prescription clerk in
Thomas' drug store, has gone to Peoria
on a pleasure trip.
A stray horse and buggy at police
headquarters. Owner may have same
by paying charges.
Simon Goldburg rides in a newly
painted laundry wa?on and he thinks it
is the finest in town.
Mies Doline, a returned missionary,
will speak at the M. E. Church tomorrow
evening. The public is invited.
Conductors E. D. Terry and Robert
Frazer of tbe C , B. & Q , leave tonight
for Hot Springs tor a four weeks' recrea
Mr. H. D. Folsom has to let C. J. W.
Schreiner a contract for refitting the
Ellis' buildiog on Third avenue recently
gutted bv fire.
Lost Young white dog with black
spots, short hair, with collar, number of
check (342). Return to Morris
Rosen field and receive reward.
The conferees on the river and harbor
bill reached an agreement yesterday.
The Mississippi river appropriation is re
duced from' $3 500.000 (the amount
agreed to in the senate) to $3,200,000.
Sumo Deputy M. Lee Gait's collections
for August came from the following
sources: beer, $4,282.75; cigars, $463 50;
tobacco. $5.96; total. $4 752.21.
The eight hour crew system was inatig
uarated at the wa'erworks yesterday tbe
engineers are Tom Redicker, John
Meehan and John Kilson, and tbe firemen,
Victor Beck, Andrew Greaser and M.
Engineer Jim Harris, of engine No.
79. pulling the Rock Island and Ster
ling daily C. B. & Q freight, ran into a
flat car on which were three section bands
at Gait the other nigh', and all three were
killed one of the number being decapis
tated as completely as a guillotine could
have done it.
Now comes J. W. Cavanaugh ot the
committee in charge of the arrangements
for the part the Rock Island organiza
tions took in yesterday's labor demon
stration, snd says it was the fault of him
self and Harry Bostock that there was a
misunderstanding as to music and that
Biebl's band was not to blame as charged
by some of the labor societies.
In the terrible fatal accident on the
Davenport electric railway yesterday- in
which Principal W. C. Preston, of that
city, was killed, as chronicled yesterday, a
young lady named Rosa Patten, of Mus
cation, and a young man of the same city
whose name could not be learned, had
legs broken. Other passengers were bad
ly bruised. The car was new
number 16 in charge of Lee Lewis,
motorman, and was making its first trip.
Who are the "public shir led" citizer s
mentioned in this morning's Union re
port of the council proceedings? And
for that matter, who are tbe private
sbirted people, who are particu
larly known as such? The Union must
have reference to the men who usually go
about without coats, but why should
they nceive more thanks than the gen
tlemen who wear coats? If the matter
cannot be settled otherwise let it be resv
pectfully referred to "One Who Knows."
Judge Smith reconvened the circuit
court this morning, appointed H. O. Nor
ton, of Hampton, foreman of the grand
jury, and sent that body to work under
the direction of the state's attorney.
This afternoon tbe jury is being selected
for tbe second trial of the case of ex-City
Attorney Wm. McEniry against the city
for $580. Messrs. J. M. Beardsley and
J. T. Kenworthy appear for the plaintiff
and City Attorney J. L. Hais for the de
fense. The council did two wise things last
night. It abandoned tbe tower system
of street lighting and letting the contract
to the Merchants' company for low lights,
and decided to improve Market square.
For the latter improvement tbe mayor
this morning closed a contract with Davis
& Co. to repair the Jack fountain, and
an enterprising citizen is going to put a
clock in the top of it. The mayor favors
the retention of tbe tower at Thirtv
eighth street as it illuminates the C, R.
I. & P. yards, and it would, therefore,
not be a bad idea to keep this, and per
haps locate one or two others in the sub
urbs. But for thickly settled portions
the low lights are tbe best.
30 J M Buford to C E Case, lot 6. and
s 5. block 1, J W Spencer's 3.1 ad. pt lot
6 block 3. and pt lot 10, block 4, Spencer &
Case's ad, and piece by metes and bounds.
Rock Island, ne nw, 9, 17, lw, and wj
swj 31. 18, lw, $1.
Eric Carlmark to Anna Granquist. pt
lot 1. block 3 Osborn's ad, Moline, $1.
F E Robbins to George Cook, pt lot 7,
block 3, Bailey & Boyle's ad, Moline,
N J Hubbard by adm to S W Wood-
burn. J lot 1. ne. 6, 18. 3e; w lot 2
ne 6. 18. Se, and pt swj, 18. 3j. $1,057.17.
30 N G Hubbard by administrator to
8W Woodham by executor, nwj, parts
of lots 1. and 2, 6, 18, 3t, $1.
N J Hubbard by administrator' to A
McMurphy, part of nj, sw, 32, 19, 3e,
John J Reimers to Walter Johnson, lols
30 and 32. block 2, South Park ad to
Rock Island, $20.
F BORATE .
Sept 1 Estate of Newton J Hubbard.
Administrator's report filed.
Estate of John II Little. Proof of no
tice to creditors filed. Claim of M K
Iglehart & Co, $125, allowed in first
Estate of Michael Kinney. Report of
settlement of claim for damages by R I &
1 Ky Co filed and approved.
Estate of Gottlieb Slilz . Proof of
notice to creditors filed.
Estate of Christian Wigers. Report of
sale of real estate bled and approved.
Estate of Edward H. BeiCert. Proof
of notice to creditors filed ; inventory
tiled and approved.
Estate of William Pietsch. Letters of
administration issued to Augusta Pietsch,
bond filed and approved. John Hayes,
Louis E. Hessman and Henry Krueger
Estate of Henry J. Mumm in re. Pe
tition to sell real estate, leave to amend
petition; amendment madeinstanter; con
sent in writing by widow to sale of dower
and homestead filed. Proof of service on
defendants; adult defendant called and
defaulted. Samuel W. Odell appointed
guardian ad litum for minor defendants.
Answer filed; bearing; bond for sale of
real estate filed and approved; decree of
sale. Claims allowed.
For a delicious dish of ice cream or a
fine box of candy, go to Krell & Math's,
and get the best. -
K. & M. for ice -cream and fine cans
ADDRESS OF GOV. BOIES.
Words or Warning and Advice to the
1'artons Labor Oraln.satlona.
Yesterday at Davenport Gov. Boies
made an eloquent address upon the sub
ject of labor strikes, and among other
things he said:
"It will not do to concede as a perma
nent principle in our system of govern
ment that tbe great arteries of commerce
through which flow the very life blood of
this nation, may be clogged at the will of
a few men with self-constituted powers,
because of real or fancied wrongs to
members of a given organization. AN
ready the state has taken these public
thoroughfares out of the domain of their
private property, and has elevated them
to the higher plane of quasi public im
provements. It has assumed to and does
in this and other states, regulate the rate
of charges for the transportation of pas
Bengers and freight thereon; determines
in many instances what conveniences
they shall furnish and what service they
shall render tbe public; defines the pre
cautions they shall take to prevent injury
to their employes, and in other ways ex
ercises rights that can only be up
held upon the theory that these
are public thoroughfares over which
the state may rightfully exercise
the control necessary for the protection
of the public. To say to those who would
in anyway interfere with the free use of
these ways by the public that they must
keep their hands off, and to enforce that
claim by penalties sufficient for tbe ac
complishment of such purpose, is but a
national extension of the same principle
to all classes, and tbe exercise of a duty
on the part of tbe state that, in tbe re
lation it has assumed to these roads, it
cannot rightfully ignore. But it is un
questionably true that as yet the laws of
our slate furnish no adequate remedy for
many of tbe wrongs which find such re-
drets as the strike alone can give. With
it banished, as it must be, or. speaking
more accuratelv, with the strikers dis
armed so that they cannot resort to co
ercion to prevent the operation of rail
ways by any means, and all men who are
willing to take their places on these
roads. What must the coming remedy
be? Here is the question to which con
servative men in labor ranks must ad
dress themselves "
Tbe governor held that all notions that
the cause of any claas is outside the limits
of legal redress under existing or future
laws, should be put aside. He further
maintained that tbe state may rightfully
interfere and say to tbe managers of
roads: "You shall not discharge without
compensation for injury done a mm who
has become disabled or crippled in tbe
faithful performance of his duties as an
employe of that road." On the other band
the railroad managers must not be cen
sured because tbey refuse to arbitrate
controversies with their employes. The
vast property rights confided to their
care can not rightfully be submitted to
such imperfect and uncontrolable tribu
nals. Three Hotel Guests Cremated.
Com.), Culo., Sept. 2. The Wolford
house was burned yesterday morning.
The fire Marled in a room occupied by an
invalid, who, it ia sun noserl. unset the
lamp. Three persons were burned to
death. Their bodies were found in the
ruins. One was recognized as William
Pryor. a Western Union lineman . Th.
others could not be identified.
Fearful DeMrnrt ion ly Firs.
Vienna, Sept. 2. Six more villages in
southern Hungary have been burned.
This fearful destruction by fires is due
to the extreme dryness of the buildings,
caused by a long season of torrid weather.
Twelve jiersons lost their lives during the
burning of Mezee-Keresztes recently.
Knasia Sending Troops to Poland.
Viexn'A, Sept,. 2 Russia is increasing
ber Krriuiis in Poland. The additional
troops are in many rases Quartered in
private or public buildings, owing to the
lacn ot room in the regular barracks.
"Ike Wwrvel" Ha an Accident.
New H'aVE).. Conn.. SeDt. 2. Whila
talking about the grounds of his resi-
lence at ooohridge yesterday Donald G.
tlitchell. better known s "fk M
fell and broke his arm.
Korrible If Trne.
St. Paui- Sent. 2. A re nor t comes
from Duluth of tbe sioking of a ferry
boat there with fifty people aboard.
Adams, the credit man, is showing a
beautiful line of fall patterns in carpets.
Call and see him, 322 Brady street, Dav
enport. K. & M. stands for Krell & Math, who
have the finest and purest ice cream in
the three cities.
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
No. ldlO, 1(112 and 1&14, Third Are.,
Is the cheapen place in the county to hoy Car
riages, Bngsics, Paints, Oils, etc.
in aims or
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times tho amount
of the loan.
Interest 7 per cent semi annually, collected and
remitted tree or cnarge.
E. W. HURST,
Attoritkt at Law 7
Kooaa and f Masonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Lloyd & Stewart,
This cool weather reminds one that
warmer wraps are needed. . Stockinet
jackets, fall weights, are about the
proper thing. We show an excellent
variety. Prices begin at $3.85 for a
really good jacket. Our prices range
from $3.85 to $10.50.
We show more new dress goods.
Have just received beautiful new
Parisian robes and special line of
Black Serges. New Sicilians beginning
at 50c a yard, stripes, plaids and other
Hock .Island. Illinois.
Have the largest establishment West of Chicago.
DONT FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. I525and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nob. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
INCORPORATED USDER THK THK STATE LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Open dtilj from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Svtnrday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock.
Five per cent interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security,
E. P. RSTNOLDS, Prat. f C. DKXKMANN, Vice Pres. J. M. BTJFOHD, Ctshier.
P. L. Mitchell, K. P. Reynold, F. C. Denkmsnn. John CVabneh. C. P. Lynde,
t. i. Reimers, L. Simon. E. W. Uarst, 1. M. Buford.
Jacksoh A Hcmt, Solicitors.
tWWIl beeln bnlne July 8, 1890, and will occupy banking roon with Mitchell A Lynda
nntil new bank is completed.
MRS. P. GREEHAWALT
First importation of LADIES' FALL HATS, an elegant
A large invoice of LADIES' and MISSES' BLACK STRAW
A nice line of Inlants and Misses Black- Silk CAPS AND
SUMMER HATS at your own price.
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS
AND "WINDOW SHADES,
At price8whichlike quality, we defy competion.
We thank yon sincerely for your past favors, and here pledge yon oar beot effort la the
future. Onr dealings shall be characterized by promptoees and the strictest integrity to
our mutual Interests. '
KANN & HUCKSTAEDT,
No. 1811 and 1813 Second avenue.
BOOTS and SHOES.
THE LARGEST AND. BEST STOCK
At the Lowest ptfees in tne three cities.
PATENT LEATHER SHOES '
For Ladies and Gentlemen.
ISJTanned Goods in all colors.
An Encyclopedia valued at $8 00 Riven away to each customer baying $25.00
worth of Boot and Shoe. Call in and let tu show you tbe book and
explain how yon can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL 8H0X STORE, 1818 Second Avenue.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE
SfiSt Tifta Avenue.
We have big values in unlaundered
PERFECTION 50 Cents.
SILVER . .75 Cents.
Please examine these shirts.
Great values, all of them.
G. O. UUCKSTAEDT
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