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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1890.
ti thoroughly advertise the fact
.h.t we have just received the largest
be't selection of New MiUlnery in
v ' section, ve have placed on sale
nmnenclng Monday a. m. 16 dozen
e;,.; Bly caps, black only, at 18o a
Remember, only 16 dozen and only
1 c These will cover only 192 heads,
no !es. no more; call early; all sizes.
Ltrce :ind small.
ISc. 18c, 18c.
And to still further emphasize the
s.vne tact we will place on sale 1 0 doz
er Black Birds at 25o each- Birds are
more fashionable this season than ever
before' for both hat and bonnet trim-
111 t the same time we have submited
"(i other bargains in our Millinery de
partment, equally striking.
A bit; lot of new Stockinet Jackets
1 00. $4 75. the beet values so far this season. Also a new lot of very
t vllsh Cloth Jackets which we have opened on Monday.
1712. 1714. 1716. 1718. 1720 and 1722 Second Avindk.
His been created among the ladies since
lh receipt of those elegint work arjd
rrsp baskets. They are of Indian man
ifioture, and as the product is very
limited it is doubtful if we will have any
nvre tbis season. Call and m-ke your
sdections or what vou want may be gone.
1703 Second Avenue.
A. J. SMITH & SON,
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F:i Stock Is now replete with Hoveltles. Call and compare oar stock and prices.
A. J. SMITH & SON,
125 and 127 Weat Third Street. Oip. Masonic Temple, DAVENPORT
Ltf "i.ASf.uT-VVAVt rvC; iJ.tM,;- i c Cities.
IV ALL PAPER COMPANY
312, 314: Twentieth St.,
And Poatoffice Block, Moline.
FINE WALL PAPER-Exdo-ive aeents
Kacwrte: Hire Son. Janeway A Co., Koherl 3.
Vorlt Wall Papi-r Co., and Kf.bert Oravc Co.
SKE ul'r. !PBOlAL3-Vbich Includes all the
below other dealers.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Syrupy
Acta quickly, is perfectly safe and never falls to cure all Lung troubles.
TRY IT. 10c 250 nd 50(5 BotHe-
Medicine known for all Kidney, Lnng and Stomach troubles, is
Thomas' Kidney and Liver Pills.
S5c a Bottle Samples free.
PORTTERS. CURTAINS AND
Irish Points, Nottingham Lace by
me yara or pairs. Sim ana other Dra
peries all arriving. Every train brings
as new bargains, which we are work
ing night and day to get marked and
reaay for sale-
1000 dozen Handkerchiefs, over
1000 pairs of Hose, and hundreds of
dozens of Underwear stacked np in
our receiving room, and we are making
every possible effort to get them all in
shape for a tremendous big business
14 Dray loads on Saturday repre
senting nearly ten tons of fresh bar
gains with 15 tons received earlier in
the week. Many more goods by ex
pressnone so. far by the Hennepin
received on Saturday at $2 87,
5 feet bamboo easels, 8Sj.
8x10 gilt frames, glass and mat, 30c.
8x10 white and gold frames, Riass
and mat, 35c.
Decorated window shades complete
with spring fixtures, 35c.
Pure Irish Linen stationery per lb.
Wall paper at cost.
1705 Second Ave.
for the foll-wiiur Fix larire.t Wail Paper
Ilobbj A Co., Nevin & Haviland, Ne
Art paper. Prices from 10 lo 80 per cent
Druggist, Bock Island.
AN ENGINEER ARRIVE?.
The Work on the Canal Actually
Officer Area, the Depajrlanrat
he KromiKI MaklBg Frepara
tle-aa ta c ?)?.
Capt. L. L . Wheeler, assistant engineer
in the employ of the War department
with headquarters in Chicago, arrired
here yesterdey and registered at the liar-
per. In the afternoon he went out to
Milan and is still there. The object of
his visit here is to look up a building for
a tool houst and an office for himself.
both near th ) mouth of the Rock titer.
and to Ret at tiled preparatory to begin
ning the acttit-1 digging of the Hennepin
Cinal. lie will have charge of the pre
liminary woik and wll enter upon it at
once in fact it tniy be said the Henne
pin canal hat been commenced.
Tbi afternoon Capt. A. J. Whitney
and E. W. Laker have taken the first ex
cursion dowa the river to the mouth of
the Hennepin canal. Among the parly
were ei Congressman Murphy and Rep
resentatives of the Business Men's asso-
ciatons and press of Rock I.-Und and
Davenport' The steamer A. J. Whitney
carried the party.
Orxprratlon of thrC K-pnMlcan la
Trj-lag te- InJareMr. Cabl la the
Kyen ar tlir People.
The LTniin came out this morning with
an attack uj.on Mr. Cable. It is done in
the hope tht.t some one in the district miy
read it and believe it. It can have no
effect wherever Mr. Cable is known per
sonally or ty reput itioD. It is the evi
dence of a .lesperate strugsl Truth is
cast to the winds. Anything that will
lay even a shadow upon Mr. Cable must
be U9ed. The friends of Mr. Gest see the
ground tlip;ing from under his feet and
in their agoiy they give vent to their vi
tuperation. How galling it must be that
they cannot truthfully accuse Mr. Cable
of something discreditable. They rach
theirbrains in desperation; they call in the
aid of everjone and anyone who can con
coct a story or invent a lie. Day by day
the case it getting harder. Everything
that can be said in favor of Mr. Gest has
been said c ver and over again. A new
course must be pursued. Right or wrong
Mr. Cable must be attacked. They hard
ly ever attempt the truth in auy case,
but even v. hen they state a well known
fact they distort it in such a way as to
mislead, ar d this in the most trivial mat
The Vnim. lends itself most heartily to
these daste.rd methods. It seems in its ele
ment whet opposing the truth. It un-
blushingly makes statements without a
shadow of a foundation. It calls in the
aid of irresponsible people to help it out
in its dire dilemma. It accuses Mr. Cable
of being it favor of cheap labor. At the
coal mines which he controls at the town
of Cable the men are better paid than at
any other mines in the state, or in the
world foi that matter. To these men he
has always shown kindness and considera
tion. When with them it is as one
of themse'ves. He dons the rough garb
necessary and lamp in band he goes
about among the meu talking to tbem
and listening to what tbey have to say.
He known them all even by name. They
all know him and respect him. When
any one is absent he asks for bim by
name. He has no nonsensical airs or
graces. As he has not with the miners
neither lias be with those wtth whom he
comes in daily contact in other walks of
ife. - To people in Rock Island
this statement is suporfluoita. They
know tt at Mr. Cable is frankness,
generosity and simplicity itself. They
know tin t he would go out of bis way to
belp the needy and relieve tbb Buffering
in any and every way possible. But to
the people who do not know him in other
parts of the district, tbe damnable lies
that are now di!y told by tbe Union and
others may cause some to think of him
diflferently'from what he really is.
But tl.e object of all this is easily seen.
The star of Mr. Gest has already set and
f Mr. Cable can be blackened in any way
the ends will justify the meanf. The
people have tired of Mr. Ge8t. They ask
that be Mtep down and out. He has him
self to blame. Mr. Cable will succeed
him and will make a worthy representa
tive. Hence all this writhing in agony
on the part of his opponents.
The new draw pier will soon be up
above the danger line. The two walls
above the bridge and the north wall be-
iw it are considered y higher than the
present fUge of water. Tbe cross Wblls
are being put in and filling has been com
menderl. It will be a 8( lendid piece of
ork v. hen completed.
An Eau Claire, Wi., dispatch says
that Frederick Wejerhauser has caused
to t e given out that unless the big
suits for flood damages against him and
his co-partners are withdrawn he will re
move tbe headquarters of his company
from t ie Chippewa valley to St. Paul.
The Chippewa Logging Company and
the Chippewa Lumber & Boom company
are loc ated at Chippewa Falls, and the
Missis uppi River Logging company at
Eau Claire. The two latter companies
saw lumber. A representative ot Mr.
Wevei hauserliaid that Mr. Weyerbauaer
would not turn another wheel nor cut a
stick f lumber more in the valley if tbe
suits are not abandoned.
a Month' Pollen Baniaraa.
Ad aended is the report of tbe police
department for the month of September
Arrant Rurelarv. 2: drunk, 17;
breach of the peace, 2; peace warrant, 1;
fast r riving, 2; drunk and disorderly, 8;
bastardy, 1; keeping aisorueny nouse.
1; ic mates disorderly bouse, a. assauu
and Lattery. 3: nrofane language, i; lar
1 aonauit with intent to murder. 1
disorderly conduct, o; total v; siaie
case 12. city 37.
Jail bill 84 meals at 20 cents, $8 80.
Tiamps lodged, 7.
Amount of fines collected by H. C
Wiv 11. magistrate, 5113.80.
Chief ot Police.
OUR COUNTY CANDIDATES.
The nraaaeratie Ticket Will be fclert
rd Froaa Top to Bottoaa Kaeoarax-
tc Warts Vroaa all Over the Caaaty.
Added to the gratifying reports that
are da ly coming In from all over the
Eleventh congressional district at the fa
vor and enthusiasm with which tbe name
of Mr. B. T. Cable is received, comes the
encouraging fact that everywhere the
democratic candidates for county officers
are gaining ground and that not only will
tbe democracy under tbe leadership of
Messrs. C. D. Gordon and Geo. B.
Browner retain possession of the offices
of sheriff and treasurer respectively, but
will alio capture the offices of county
clerk and county superintendent, through
the popularity of Chap. A. Creutz and C
B. Marshall, respectively. Take the
ticket all tbe way through and it is tbe
most popular and therefore the most for
lunate that has ever been placed in the
field. It possesses not only in its in
dividuals, but in its entirety every ele
ment of politics! strength, meeting as it
does al! ends as to ntuess and capabili
ties for the res peel i 7e offices.
For sheriff.C. D. Gordon, the farmer and
soldier, is running like a race horse. He
already has bia opponent distanced and
practically out of the race. This is not
mere guess work, hut it is a fact as any
canvasser of the field well know.
Republicans who are trank confess the
election of Geo. B. Browner for county
treasurer. They have abandoned all
hope for Campbell some time since. Tbe
immenee popularity of Mr. Browner, his
ability and industry are such that there is
no room to doubt his election and con
servative people of either party don't
For county superintendent of schools C.
B. Marshall is practically elected. The
republicans in despair over tbe loss of the
remainder of tbe ticket are clinging to tbe
hope that something may yet turn up
that will give them a show at re-electing
tbe present incumbent but tbe trouble is
that whatever turns up is on the wrong
side of the score. The more they hear
the more demoralized becomes their out
As to county clerk there is but one re
sult conceded, and that is the election of
Cha.. A. Creutz of Moline. The fellow
workingmen of the candidate not only
there but here have determined to elect
Mr. Creutz and that settles it. With the
additional strength be wiil receive not
only from his party but from his personal
friends he will have a majority that will
make his opponent very sick at heart
and very much disgusted with politics in
With all these glowing prospects
founded on the most cireful inves
tigation of the situation tbe democracy
has indeed reason to feel jubilant and
determined that their victory shall be
complete from one end of the ticket to
the other, participated in by every candi
date of the party. This is tbe spirit that
makes conquest on the political field not
only possible but certain.
FRANCIS MCRPHY COM 1 KG.
The r'atnwen Temprranrr lipctnrer to
iivn a trles la Kork iNland.
At the meeting of the friends of tem
perance at the Baptist church last night
it was unanimously urged to arrange
with Francis Murphy to hold a series of
gospel temperance meetings in this city.
A general committee of management con
sisting of two persons from each church
and two members at large was appointed.
This committee will meet to organize at
the United Presbyterian church next Fri
day evening at 8 o'clock. About $75 was
raised in a very few minutes toward de
fraying tbe expenses. All were enthusi
astic and determined to make the meet
ings a success. It is expected that Mr.
Murphy wil( lecture in Rock I-Und im
mediately following his week's engage
ment in Davenport which is to begin ear
ly in October.
Mr. Murphy opened a series of meet
ings at Fort Madison Sunday night and
the Democrat of Monday said:
Five minutes before the opening of the
meeting the well-built, well preserved.
gray haired lecturer entered and. cleaving
his way through the crowd, made his way
to the rostrum. His entrance was a cue
for general talk and exclamations, such as
There's Mr. Murphy." "That's the
speaker." "Looks just like he used ti,"
etc At the same time a ripple of Sunday
evening applause went through the audi
ence. Following the speaker came the
newly made Mrs. Murphy. Mrs. Murphy
is a Udy perhaps in tbe forties, tall, slen
der, with dark hair tinged with gray and
a bright, cheery face winch at once at
tracts and one whose smiles bespeak kiod
ness and gentleness. The lady took a
seat in a chair, where her voice arose with
those of other sisters, in tbe gospel hymns
A Waaderfal Ckaaxr of l-'ront.
This morning's Union contains another
letter from Architect Schureman, the pur
port of which is that after bis return from
Washington after his efforts with regard
to the stone contract on the island, he did
not say that Mr. Oest didn't amount to
anything. The Argus under most cir
cumstances would not feel called upon to
devote much space to this wind bag and
it will not go further this time than to say
that Mr. Schureman did say to a number
of citizens, including representatives of
this paper, on his return from Washing
ton, that "Gest was as good as a wooden
man in Washington," and he further re
marked with much braggadocio that he
thought seriously of running for congress I
himself "next trip in oraer to "snow me
people out west alive congressman." This
man Schureman has tbe reputation of be
ing a windbag and he will soon be known
eauallv well aa a prevaricator. Be ia
either that or a man of very limited mem
ory. and for a man who boasts of bis
brains, the latter apology for tbe position
he is now taking will perhaps not be so
well relished as the other alternative.
Look over our fall stock of carpets be-
M nanhkBlH (T Wil fAtl flftVA VOIl
)UI.U.nu. ' " " J "
money besides, showing you the latest
patterns, i uc ouuui u &ivuj cw,
Tbe worst cases of scrofula, salt rheum
and other diseases of the blood, are cured
by Hood's Sarsaparilla. .
Millinery opening at Mrs. Greena
wait.. See adv. today.
' The Rock Island countv circuit court
was adjourned today to November 10.
Manager J. . Montrose, of the Harper,
left "or Chicago lift evening on busioes?.
Dr. and Mrs. A. H. McCandlesa have
Issued invitations for a reception on next
Mr. Henry Burgower is about to put
aowo brick walks in front of his Eigh
teenth street property.
Mr. Fred Walker, the extensive Dakcti
stock farmer of Huron, 8. D.. Is visiting
at the residence af W. S. Ftliner.
Mr. Chas Spangler, of Preemption, has
taken a position as cleik in the mill store
He is an energetic and capable young
T. W. Grafton will speak this evening
in tbe Twenty-ninth street Christian
chapel upon "The Kingdom of Heaven;
am i a Citizen of it?'
There is to be a privat) paity at the
Harper next Monday evening in honor of
some of the guests of the Deere family for
tne marriage of Miss Deere next week.
All signs point to the election of Mr.
C. B. Marshall as countv superintendent
of schools. The peoilesay Southwill
nas in i i ine position long enough to sat
isfy them, if it has not him.
James Darnell was appoiittd police
man by Marshal SHler list nigbt to serve
th Louis Oblwe ler and Al'. Coyne as
extra pnlicemnn dur ng the abser.ee cf
Officers Long. Sextan and Hetter.
Miss Frida Koehler. daughter of Ci v
Clerk Robert Koeblor. entertained a purtv
of her little friends at her borne, 847
I wenty-Brst street, today in honor of her
Luther Pearsall came down from Port
Byron yesterday looking rather dejected
and care worn. The canvass is telling on
Mr. Pearsall, especially as all indications
point to Gordon's election.
John Ainswortb bad bis saloon license
transferred today from Ninth avenue and
Ninth street to Fifteenth street and
Fourth avenue, having removed his
saloon to bis new building at tbe last
The concert for the benefit of the build
ing fund of South Park chapel which is
to be held in the Sabbath school room of
Broadway will occur on Fridav evening.
Oct. 10, instead of next Friday evening,
as announced in last evenings Argus.
Locomotive 364 of the C, B. & 0 .
with Engineer Adams in the cab, ran into
an open switch at the foot of Seventeenth
street last night and jumped the track.
The ponderous machine was quickly
righted, however, without much damage
A wagon load of grain belonging to
Schaab fc Walters dished a wheel on
Second avenue below Fifteenth street
this afternoon, but beyond delaying a
s'reet car no serious damage was done.
The grain was loaded into another
The first cases of diphtheria since the
abatement of the disease at the close of
school last June were reported to tbe
board of health tonay. Tbey are in the
families of Jacob Bleuer, corner of Thirty
eighth street and Thirteenth avenue, and
Wm. Edwards, 2 J 22 Seventh avenue.
Reports from all sections ot the countv
are to the effect that the democratic coun
ty ticket suits the people much better
tban the republican ticket does. It is
composed of new and clean men no
chronic office-seekers or professi onel
politicians. It should be elected from top
Mr. L. V. Eckbart this morning bought
the John Warner properly on Seven
teenth street between Fourth and Fifth
avenues with a view to improving il and
putting it on tbe market. Louis is awake
to tbe advance the Hennepin canal is to
bring into Rock Island real estate.
Marse Boies, a resident of Davenport
since 1855 and an undei taker there since
1866, occupying pretty much tbe same re
lation to the community that the late C.
B. Knox did to the people of Rock IMand
county, died last evening aged sixty-six
years. Ail menu resulting from blood
poisoning caused hia dehtb.
Ex-Governor Dick O-jlesby speaks in
Rock Island tomorrow by invitation of
Jo Haas of tbe republican congressional
committee. Of course Mr. Haas will
forego tbe honors of the occasion which
should properly come to him and exercise
the good taste to permit Mr. J. J. Rei
mers to introduce the ex-governor.
The Davenport fair and exposition
cleared $ 4.500. "The foundation of the
success." said Secretary Hirscbl to a Dem
ocrat reporter, "was chiefly the libersl.
and I may say magnanimous, treatment
accorded us by some sixty newspapers.
Scattered over tbe countiy within a radi
us of 150 miles of Davenport, they did a
great work in putting us before their
J. C. Root, head consul of the M. W.
AM has written a letter from Omaha to
ihe Minneapolis Tribune with reference
to tbe charges of fraud preferred against
him in tbe order. He declares that "no
evidence has yet been produced to show
that ho is in default one penny or any
other sum." He also says the defense
will "be presented, and will entirely dis
prove every charge and expose the con
spiracy, tie concludes the story of the
great expense he has been to in bis en
deavors lo bunt down the perpetrators of
tbe Bernum fraud. Same old chestnut.
Oysters at Krell & Math's.
Go to Hoi brook's, Davenport, for car
pets and silk curtains. .
First class tailors wanted; union or
non-union by F.C. Hoppe.
Send your friends to Krell & Mat' s
for a dish or can of fresh oysters.
Call and see the hand-carved bed room
suites at Hoi brook's, Davenport.
Parlor suites and fancy chairs of every
description at Holbrook's, Davenport.
Ice cream always on hand and eerved
by tbe dish all winter at Krell & Math's.
A bandsoma line of hook c8"8 aDd
cabinets just received at Holbrook's, Dav
An elegant assortment of dining tables.
chairs and bat racks at lioibrook's, Dav
When you want a nice dish of fresh
oysters step in to Krell & Math's and or
der them up in any style.
Go to C. F. Adams' Home-Furnishing
House, Davenport, for sideboards, ta
bles, book cases, chairs, parlor suits
The Crown dining hall. No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, ia now ready to furnish you
the best meal in tbe city for 2j rents. A.
B. Johnson, proprietor.
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
Tbe finest assortment as well as the
largest, of chenile and lace cartaina.
Silk curtains at The Adams' 823 Brady
Bed Koom suits. we can save you
10 to 15 per cent on these goods and give
credit when desired. The Adams 822
Brady street, Davenport.
Bear in mind we do not quit making ice
cream when cold weather seta in. and you
can set It in any quantity in the coldest
weather, lie member Krell & Math and
get the best.
Great Vadarwtar fair.
We have of late received and placed
upon our counters an Immense stock of
fall and winter underwear for ladies,
m'saea and children. It comprises tbe
latest improved under garments, both in
separata pieces and in combination suits;
they are the Jersey ribbed and come in
four different colors, white, flesh, black
and natursl. These are tbe best fitting
node wear made; they are tbe pit-xl
goods, tbe fabric consisting of two ma-
tenaU; either silk and worsted or wor
sted and lisle thread, tbe finer material
always being thrown to the surface,
making the ot ly non-shrinking and tbe
healthiest underwear ever invented.
B -sides the above, we will place on
sale the following specified lots at prices
which need no other recommendation
tban an examination ot the goods them
Lot 1. 50 dozen white merino vests
and pants regular price 50c sale price
Lot 2 25 dozn ctmels' hair and
natural wool underwear, regular price
$1 Oil, sale price 693.
Lot 3. 50 dozen extra heavy cotton
Jersey ribbed Vests and pants, suitable for
rail wear; sold everywhere at Vac each;
our price for this sale 48c.
Lot 4 A limited quantity of Jersey
ribbed underwear, wiih and without
sleeve, in white, natural and tan color;
sold everv where at fl 25. sale prici 75c.
We will sell two lots of children's un
derwear which are by Nr the best valued
ever offered in this line:
Lot 1. Children' white merino vests and
pants, all s'Zes from 16 to 3(1, regular
price 35c. sale price 19c.
Lot 2. Better quality of the same
orth from 40c to 50c, according to size.
sale price 29c for all sizes.
In addition to these, we will sell all
Other undergarments at prices which will
guarantee their speedy introduction to
the tri-city public.
for throe days onlv. WeJnesday,
Thursday and Friday, Oct. 1, 2 ued 3.
Judge Adams yesterday afternoon ad
mitted the will of Dr. Fleming, of Port
Byron, to probate.
Today has been for the most pirt occu
pied in the circuit court with arguments,
motions, etc. This afternoon Judge
Smith is htarng tbe motion for a new
trial in the McCarthy case against the
Davenport & Fiock Llmd R:lway com
pany. Ihrougb her counsel Jackson & Hurst,
Marv Ehmke was granted a divorce from
her husband, Claus H. Ebmke, on the
ground of crulty. The couple were mar
ried in 1881 and have one child, the cus
tody of which, together with permission
to resume her maiden ma me, Mary Shoe!,
was given tbe pliintiff.
f'm-4fiO. !-pt. 28.
On the bonnlnf traI to-r.av quotations "r
is follow-.: Wheat No. S tv:n.,-. opnel
.''Vi'-. rlw t'"Ac: rVrviiilxr. oneral "CO
'-V. May. ope.el Jl.ltP. cloand
1 - . ( oru No. "! i( emli :. opcn-J 474".
co- i 4"h ; (k'tober. oi-ue I and close 1
7rs ; May. h:i.-1 . eliw.-i Mlc:. Oats
-No. - September, npriiel Xuc, clirs- 1 S7J4c;
vtnU-r. iriiis 3"v, rio-ci May,
o;e!i,-l anl rlo?.i 41'-4?. l'ork iVtobrr.
ojx-ne'l f'.:., rl"Mst iv.-t"; J-nuarv. neal
U.-V. lo-.! S16.'n; Miy, oi-ne t 12.1714,
cl. r I l.nl October. likticJ fi.
l.ive k-Th' folio.vi-i were the quota
tion-at tiu I mot) TotK v.iM.i. Hw. Miirki.1
opened fairly active; lini.t crades 5c ;ow?r;
other wailc Ktt-aoy a-d lindane d; liirht
rradei, illii r.4.:tl. 1011!. i. kioK. H-UTt
S.t'; mixivi lot-, J-'i.Ufi ? 4. VI. heavy Pact in
II I hipln: lot $40.1.4 M.
Inxlllc: Itiltt.T - Fanrv vriutrarnr ?"L-.
fineirithertil cirn-n. 19 :: fine tn mod imil
tati'Mf. I l-.t !4 ; dairies, li'irtt fret. lTaiSt-
No: l dairi.-. 13 i-IV; freih packing Mocks,
Lf(!'a'. Kvv-s Frt-ih candltvl. low off, 174
liic jH-r dnt Live p-u!tr Chickens, hens.
Id- per Hi: aprintf chicken. P'tMc per lb;
lots. W.il'le per In; duiki. 8a
per iin'n: duoka. vc pe r
111- i-M '1 m.rJi l n r ..v lvf..t.w V
Jeney pnw, $2.75 t:i(M. $!.".M.2 per bu; Wis
consin, TUiftTV per bu: choice, Wic per bo;
Swet't potat-, Kaltitnore, tl TVfji-o per brf;
Jersey, !. 1 3:Xi par hrl. Applm lllinois
green. cooking, $ .Ti'J&'n) per brl; eating.
New York. Sept. 29.
Wlit'at Vo ? nh.1 u-imi . K 1 t rM .
duO.-tob r, f l.l: d Iieo-mber. $1.'3H. Corn
.10. - iimi'i .a-Mi-, cah: do 4ctober.
&V; do 1 Vct-mber. 5V. (tata null K.,
steady; No. t inie:l casli. 44j44n- An
IMo T. lie. Rye and barley Xojninxllv un
changed. I'ork Hull; me-H, U.60iiU:.a8L
ljrd - Im'l n ml michanired.
Live Slix k: 4 ultle Mnrbsl H.,11 ... !..
and pri. t s 1 if ).r ;C f h 0 IT-: pwtwt to best
lm!i c n ri s. S; ;."...".. In H Inn rnl,.nin.
S;.7(l. hulls and drv mux l" !,." 7.1 s;i.r.
and Ijitn f -J-hevp eteadv and unclmniml.
Unit very dull and a fraction loner; sheep,
(l.iuri j.jn .in tt's; lambs, UHii.7.S".. Hotra
.imrkei toner: live nop. 4..ua.ii mi
Hay Fpland prairie, fon5.!
tUjr TfnwtOT S 0i3 9.50.
Hay Wild, (10.00.
Oata 47 S 39
Oral Snfi 1 1m
Cord WoodJ.1 5 4.(0.
No, IttIO, nil J and 114, Third Ave.,
Ia the cheapen place in the connty to buy Car
riages. Bumes, Paints, Oils, etc.
m ems or
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interest t per cent semi aaanallv, collected aod
remitted free of cbarg.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney it Law
Rooms I and 4 M aaonlc Temple,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Top Bncciea SS7 OO
Open Buiuiies 4l M
Lloyd & Stewart,
We call attention to the following
desirable and seasonable things.
NEW FAT.T. DRESS GOODS
CHENILLE Table Spreads, small
and large, in beautiful shadings.
BLANKETS. White. Scarlet, Grey
COTTON FLANNELS, beginning
at 5 cents a yard.
Rock Xsland. Illinois.
Have the largest establishment West of Chicago.
DONT FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
INCORPORATED C5DER THE THK STATE LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Open daily from a. m. to 4 p. m., and Svtorday evenings from T to 8 o'clock.
Five per cent interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
omcra : .
. P. MYNOLD9, Pres. C. DKSKMAXS. Vlce-Pres. J. X. BCTORD. Caaater.
P. L. Mitchell. S P. Reynolds, F. C. Denkmann. John CrobancV C. F. Lynde,
J. J. Reimera, L. Stmon. E. W. Ham, J. M. Baford.
Jaccsoa & Host, Solicitor.
9 Will begin bnslne s July 8, 1890, and will occapy banking room with Mitchell tt Lynda
until new bank ia completed.
Thursday and Friday, Oct., 2d and 3d.
FANCY FEATHERS and MILLINERY NOVELTIES.
You are respectfully invited.
MRS. P. GREENAWALT
1704 SECOND AVENUE,
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS
AND WINDOW SHADES,
At prices, which like quality, we defy competion.
We thank yon sincerely for your past faror, and here pledee yo oir hwt efforts la ia
future. Oar dealings shall be characterized by rrompues and tlx- strict at integrity to
oar mutual Interests.
KANN & HUCKSTAEDT,
No. 1811 and 1S13 Second avenue.
Males Shoes look new. Softens
Leather. We recommend it
2929 Fifth Avenue,
In a large variety of fabrics and de
signs suitable for Sash and fall length
t FAWN FLANNELS, snitablelfbr
BUCKLES, large assortment-'
and stacks of Goods that we want yon
to see but can't mention this time-
O. O. HUCK3TA.SDT
Have you seen Schneider's
Men's Calf Shoes?:;'
If not, ca'.l and tee them, acd be con- '
need that we beat all com- "' '
FIT AND PRICK,
Our Men's Sloe can't be beau
We are Leaden in
at lowest prices. All we aak
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr., -
1818 Second Arenue, -."' 4
Harper Houae Block
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