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PLUMBING, GAS ANDTEAM FITTING.
And HorsK Furnishing Goods.
Steamboat and Distillery Work a Specialty.
ivatt'il among the Indies Bince
c( th"9e do;int work ami
w. They Hre of Italian man-
, ami ss the product is very
: iliuibtful if we will have any
- s Hs.m. Cull RnJ mtkc your
or whit you want may be pone.
1703 Second Avenue.
er-Smithing Sheet Iron, Gas and
TvO I I iV & ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
K. C. HOPPE.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Syrup:
Acts quickly. i perfectly .afe and
VV Ii. 'fib
1 f ' . S5
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
5 foot bamboo easels, 8Sj.
8x10 gilt frames, glass and mat, 30c.
SxlO white and gold frames, giass
and mat, 35c.
Decorated window shades complete
wiih spring fixtures, 35c.
Pure Irish Linen stationery per lb.
Wall paper at cost.
KINGSBURY & SON
1705 Second Ave.
for the Celebrated
LAS K A
Also Sewer work.
Opposite Hakper House.
i UUUM I I UVUIMIIMWII
$2.50 Per Gallon.
HAS liECKIVED HIS
Ia.11 3uit inj.
No 1808 Second avenue,
Rook Island, III.
never fails to cure all Lung troubles.
10c, 25c and 50c Bottles.
n for all Kiduey, Lung and Stomach trouble, is
Eltaynd liver Pills.
' "-- .. t ijr it
A Oelightfal Children's Party at th
Itesidenee or Mr. and Mrs. j. c. Taylor-Other
A happy affair was the eleventh birth
day party of little Miss Mabel Taylor,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Taylor,
at hor parents' home on Second avenut,
Wednesday afternoon. The little hostetg
attired becomingly In silk received anl
entertained her guests in a most gracefil
and accomplished manner. She received
ninety-one presents in honor of the oc
casion. The little Reck Island peop e
all appeared in fancy costumes and wer:
Mildred Warnock, Xellie Warnock.
Binoche Uiraskiil. Msirsjie Muntftr,
Grace Know i ton, K.loa Kerr, Lur-y Fry
sinner. Florence Frysinyer, Mary, W.l
liarcs, Reriba William, Minnie Quay e,
Edith Quavle. Gertie Don, Gertie Whi e,
IVlla Head, Delia Kohn, Grace Pier,
Agnes Gilmore, Fity Warren, Joie
Wmxlen, Luev Star T'fSdna Kahlke,
HUuolie SutelilTe, Ma ..iennett. Edna
Lundv. Alta Iloppft, Nellie McKown,
Saili Taylor, Cora May McKown, Edna
Collier, Lizzie Bladel. Carrie Olson, Car
rie PrHtt, Mlliie Dodj;e, Minnie Li-nU
berg; Joe Haislip, Clarence Horn, Wal
do Negus, while Cora Mark, Be-isie
Ade, (Jertie Shaw and Laura Mark, of
Davenport, graced the affair by t'ieir
THE SOCIAL WOKI.D.
The Ladies' Deborah Aid socio; held
their regular monthly meeting yesterday
at the home of Mrs. Levy on Eighteenth
street. After the business of the sooitty
had been transacted, a number of I ours
were passed socially and refreshments
A pleasant. reception was given yester
day afternoon at the residence of Mrs. S.
J. Keator on Seventh avenue and Twen
tj third street. Miss Bertha Clark, of
Rochester, N. Y . , favored the guest i with
a number of delightful violin selections.
A pleasant social was Riven to the ladies
of the U. P. church by Mr. and Mrs.
Hugh Warnock on First street last even
ing. Music, both vocal and instrumen
tal, declamations etc., made up the form
of the entertainment. Dainty n f resh
ments were served.
This afternoon and this evening occurs
an elaborate reception at the residence of
Dr. and Mrs. A. II. McCandltss on
K'pallran OlHoatio-fit'd IVitli Uettt
nrt Iteterminrd to Voir Tor Cable.
Ex Governor Oglesby spoke in Warsaw
yesterday to a large crowd atten Jing the
district fair now being held there. The
main portion of his speech was in relax
tion to ftirmicg. Mr. Oglesby set-ms bet
ter posted on the affairs of fifty years ago
than or. present issues. The republicans
at Warsaw who were opposed to Gest
wanted to hear something abou". the tar
iff and oiher matters of vital i .ttrest, but
when the ex-govemor drew himself to
gether he truthfully admitted that he was
played out in politics.
In this connection the follov ing dis
patch from Warsaw to the Chicago
Iltrnhl will more fully explain:
In the lat'er half of his speec h he at
temptd to heal the wounds of dissatisfied
republicans who oppose the election f
Congressman Gest, the reputlban candi
date of tt-is congressional dis rict. His
ait-mpt in this direction whs a complete
failure and fell flat. The ex gf vernor re
marked in his somewhat rambling speech
that he was about played out in politics,
a statement which he 9ent forcibly home
to his listeners when he attempt fd to-roake
explanations on the ttriff question. The
result of his coming here failtd to make
any impression on the people, and the
dissatisfied republicans are still deter
mined to vote for the democratic nominee
for congress, Bcnjtmin T. Cable. Gov
ernor Palmer will address the people cf
this district tomorrow.
Officers Carlson, Thomas. Schaab and
Boland went n Pecria todaf to attend
the state fair.
r red Eils. the bigamist, plead guilty be
fore the circuit court of Scott county to
day, but sentence was not pt.sscd. The
public is faniilitfwitb Ells' matrimonial
escapade last summer, whet he deserted
ms wue ana cuiidren ano married a young
lady from this city at Davenport.
Cows belonging to Col. V,'m. Clenden-
denin and E. Mix in pastures near Moline
I lie runaway noy wno bus been at the
armory for several duys has been identi
fied as the son of Rev. Berj. Mattocks, a
Methorlist clergyman recently transferred
from Colona to Atkinson. Revs. Mars
tin or this city and Kerr of Milan, who
arc well acquainted with tne boj'g father,
today took him to Atkinfon.
Watrh and W ait.
Mr. Edward I. Leveei , of the Liver
pool & London Clothing Co., arrived
in the city again this morning and will
now remain here permanently. He
promises that within a few days be will
bring to Rock Island the largest stock
wiih which to fill his new store room
on Second avenue, ev;r seen in the
west. It will he as ltrge he says as
that of ten other clothing stores in the
tri-cities put togother. He manages the
most extensive clothing houses in the
world and enjoins the pub'.ic to watch
and wait for his grand opening and
then examine his stock and prices. Ee
solicits patronage only upon the strength
of merit and desires that his goods be
most scrupulously inspected before any
purchases are made.
The Reindeer passed down.
The Irene and Verne Swain came down
The Le Claire Belle brought down six
teen strings of logs.
The B. Hershey came down with eight
strings of logs and sevi n of lumber.
The stage of the v ater was 2:25 at
noon; the temperature on the bridge 70.
Travel across the br dge yesterday was
as follows: North foot, 557; teams,
410. South foot, 543; teams, 404.
g RECEPTION AT Oi LE8BUHG, ILL.
j&n account of the reunion of Harrison
brigade and the president's reception at
(Ualesburg on Oct. Otfi, 7th and 8th, the
ff iB. & Qwill sell 1 kri on Oct. 5tb,
?to ana am at out iare tor IM round
good returning t hjt. 10th inclufivfc.
accommodation Of those attend.
THE ROCK ISLAND
The Manager of a Jlaarnm In Trouble
With Hia Agt-ntn The Onalfled Man
At the conclusion of the Davenport fair
last week. 8. Marks, who conducts a trav
eling museum, an ossified man being
among the more attractive features, ses
cured a storeroom on Twentieth street
and after exhibiting two days, moved on
to Moline. There on Wednesday even
ing Mr. Marks got into a heap of trouble.
He got tangled up in a bad fix financially
had no luck in taking in money, and
was unable to pay his assistants. Mr. J.
F. Leby, one of his assistants, became
fearful that he would not get his wages,
so he got out an attachment that evening
to secure the $25 due him. The paper
was served by Conntable Anderson. Mr.
Marks acknowledged the debt and settled
with him by turning over to him a $51)
snake, a live white python. Mr. Marks re
taining the company of the ossified min
and the other curiosties. But Marks'
trusted advance agent and business mn
departed the same evening, and left him
sadly in the lurch. The Diipileh saye:
IXsiring to depart from Moline in
peace. Mr. Marks placed in the hand of
Agent Pettingill f 13 in cash, and a !?60
gold watch as collateral wherewith to
visit Rock Inland and pun bane five tickets
to Kansas City so that the whole party
might be able to shake the wet and ad
hesive dust of Moline off the'r feet, and
be as effectually clear of it as thev were
of Moline's silver and paper "dust." Mr.
Pettingill was to be back with the rail
way tickets at 7 o'clock but alas he had
not yet returned at last accounts.
Later it has been learned that Marks
left money in an envelope in Rock Isl
and. He pawned the watch for flO,
and directed it to be expressed to Kan
sas City. C. O. D. This was done, how
ever, in the name of Mr. Marks, so that
he probably desires to be honest with the
gentleman, who has found $8 of the
money in the envelope to take him to
Kansas City. But how the ossified man
and the other three men connected with
the museum, not couming Mr. Leby,
were to get to Kansas City does not
seem to have troubled Mr. Pettingill.
With the $8 and what can be raised
on a $35 diamond pin, Mr. Marks and
his company will eet off to Kansas
City this evening. But they didn't iret
THK HACK PAY.
KeaMonn Why It IH1 Not Become a
W Ith Unpen Tor the Future.
A little while ago when Mr. Gest got
fuddled on the back pay bill and it was
passed through the house in such a way
as to be an injury rather a benefit to the
workingmen, the ITnion became delighted
and enthusiastic. It said all kinds of
pretty things about Mr. Gest and almost
asked the laboring n.en to fall down and
worship him. It was then pointed out
amid all this hurrah that the passage of
the injurious bill was only a sop thrown
out to keep the people quiet a good
enough Morgan until after election snd
that the workingmen would hear no more
about it, or st least, get no more benefit
from it at this session of congress. Th n
the Union came to the rescue and told its
readers that the senate would pass the
bill in a better form and that everything
would be lovely. Of course, the senate
did nothing of the kind. It was cot in
terested in passing a bill for the rt lief of
workingmen or any others, being deeply
immersed in passing a b:Il for the
robbery of the peojl generally.
So the first session of ibis con
gress has passed int history anil tho
back pay bill remains where it was.
Now the Union is out with an explana
tion and a promise, as usual, and says
that in three months' time the bill will be
passed undoubtedly, provided, of course,
that an extra session of congress should
be called. What assurance there is for
this statement it is hard to say. for should
congress convene once more in December
it has other matters in hand which will
receive its attention, and the members
will not be found sitting up nights wait
ing for the back pay bill to be called.
But true to its practice the Union is
again explaining and says if such and
such tilings had taken place and other
things had not taken place, and men had
been piesent and voted and others hsd
taken an interest tbat the whole matter
would now be a law and the workmen
But the election will he over when con
gress meets again and the Union will by
that time have another interesting ex
planation to make, and it will make it
with r luctancc.
Ties A Jarvis to G K Wells,
H'J. 17. 5 w; 1 in 30, 20,
J; 1 in 4. 17, le;
4w; 1 in 23,
1 in i,
lot 5. bloc
Ed Quist to
lot 5. 31, 18. lw, v
Andrew Nelson to l.
sion fi, 31, 18, lw. $1,(KM.
M Willamuth to W Runge,
Babbit's addition to Moline, l,8lh,.
S M Gray to W M Sweeney, lot 3. blot
6, Thompson & Well's addition to Rock
M L and J Healey to John Perrell. lot 6.
block 3, Healey 's first addition to Moline.
Orland.) Child to August Saf, part set,
nej. 5. 17. lw, $300.
Orlando Child to August Saf, part sel.
ntj. 5. 17. lw. $225.
Charles Lafflin bv administrator to Phil
Mitchell. w nwj, 23, 10, 3w, s. w. sel,
32. 17. 3w. $110. "
Phil Mitchell to n R Curtis, wi. nw,4,
23, 1C, 3w, and s. v., eel. 32 17. 3w
H R Curtis to M M Lafflin. wj. aw J 23
16, 16, 3w, si, wj, sel. 32. 17, 3w. j!5.'
Advertlnd Elian or letter So. I.
Liot of letter unralled for at the Foatofflce at
hock isianu. Hoc Inland countv. HHnni.
MrDonland. Mrs Nettie.
IMiorij. C C
Phiney. Mir William
Premrt. Wm (
Will-on. M B
Caiuble. Mr Bears, 111
Day, Mian Maud
Hill. Mrs A M
Midgeley a Sons
Edwarda, Edward Johana, Mlaa Caroline
Stackpole, Michael L
HOWAK flaw ELLS, P. M
Wall Paer at Coat.
George Sutcliffe. the wall paper dealer,
wishes to announce that he is now dis
posing of his large and elegant stock of
wall paper al cost prices. So now is the
time to do your papering as you will
never get another such chance.
UraaiLatlea rar OpealBc '
By one of the largest eastern manufact
uring houses at the store of W. S. Camer
on & Sons, Friday and Saturday, Ojt. 3d
and 4th. on Brady street below Third
y Judging by Ce ton tt a certain ta
d. thev trr " ' -w I1 .-V tt'Mmi tn b or
Choice cranberries at Browner's.
Nice cauliflower at F. G. Young's.
Nice dressed chickens at Browner's.
Nice dressed chickens at F. G. Young's.
Choice oysters and celery at Browner's.
Everj tuing at btlf price at the Golden
Oysters and celery cheap at F. G.
Mr. H. O. Norton, of Hampton, was in
the city today.
Choice peaches and grapes st F. G.
Good goods, low prices without mu
sic at Simon & Mosenfelder's.
Mr. Hugh Curtis is home from an e
tended hunting expedition to Idaho.
Bargains in heavy clothing. Goods at
your own price at the Golden Eagle.
Mr. Louis Kircher, a mins vounz at
torney of Chicago, is in the city on busi
Atkinson went to Galesb-jro;
this morning to look after hia
2 18 may be low enough for a man's
suit, but Simon & Mosenfeider can afford
to sell the identical suits at $2
2 97 is pre tty rlose to S3; thit's the
price Simon & Mosenfeider are selling
those well known railroad suits at.
Remember that Geo. Sutc iffe's stock of
wbll paper w8 all purchased this season
ami is consequently of the Ut -at styles.
Every do I it's woith of goods in the
Golden Engle clothin ; Hire must be sold
regarol jcs of price within the next sixty
Goods at your own price. The entire
stock of the Golden Eigle clothing store
must be disposed of within the next sixtv
Wall paper at cost and an immense
stock to select from inelnilimr Kll tho
most desirable styles. Now is vour time
to buy at Geo. Sutcliffe's.
Everybody can now afford to ornament
their house with wall paper at the prices
at which it is gold at Geortre Sutcliffe's.
Call early and avoid the rush.
The grandest and best time to buy wall
paptr is now when you can purchase it at
your own price. That is the way George
Sutcliffe is selling wall paper.
Free lunch Saturday night at John
Ainsworth's grand opening, Fourth ave
nue and Fifteenth streets. A pig and
hot weinerwurst will be served.
Stamp Deputy M. Lee Gall's collec
tions for September were from the follow
ing sources: Beer, f3.947.75; cigars,
f5.V05; tobacco, 5.40; totil, 34.5OS-S0.
The first annual ball of the Rock Island
plow ooys wid occur at Armory hall to,
morrow evening. Everybody is invited.
Turn out and give the "boys a benefit.
Street cars will run after the ball.
The Women's Relief society of Rock
Island will hold a meeting tomorrow
afternoon at 3 o'clock in the rooms over
Loosley's ciockery store. All members
are earnestly rt quested to be present
You have to pay ten cents to talk to
Milan now, and the one at the other end
has to pay ten cents to talk to you from
MiUn. Toll stations have been estab
lished at the toll gate and at C. H Dib
The Sixth resiraent I. X. G , to which
the Rodman Rifles and Company F, of
Moline, belong, has been invite i to t.cl
as guar.5, cf honor to President Harrison
on tu" visit to the nation's executive to
Galesburg Dcxt week.
Five hundred dollars deposited in the
batik rayahle to the Industrial Home as
sociation if the entire business of the Gol-dt-n
Eale is not closed up on or before
Jan. 1. In oider to do this everything
w ill be slaughtered at half pr;re and less!
To tbos'-- who want ba-vains now is your
Simon fe Mosecfelder announced a
shirt, collar and cuff sale. Some of their
competitors announced similar prices, but
as to quality they are s-ienl. The col
lars and cuffs which Simon A Mosenfei
der adverti-e (collars 5c, cuffs 10c) are
Cooc & Co. 'a best goods, but some run
Mr. Leveen has secured the services of
hi- brother, J. Leveen, of Columbus.
Ohio, to take charge of the London's
mammoth establishment here, and the
many friends of that popular hrm will be
rejoiced to know that while they must
lo.-e Mr. E. I. Leveen anil Mr. G. Joseph,
the old time managers of the house (who
are already packing up their household
goods preparatory to going to Rock
Island) they do not lose the largest and
best clothing house the city has had for
years. Rejoice that still Centralia is not
to lose its old time friend, the fair, square
dealing London Clothing Company.
Mr. Benj. Wuitsitt, of Preemption, was
in the city today. He attended the state
fair at Peoria yesterday and pronounces
it a great success in every way. Of
cour-e he was particularly interested in
the short horn display and savs that the
short horn bull named ''Great Unknown."
the property oi Col . J. S. Moberly. of
Kentucky, took the grand sweepstakes
prize over all beef breeds. On Wednes
day in Ct icaeo Mr. Wnitsitt soid two
car loads of high grade short born steers
averaging 1530 pounds, the top of the
market being ?5 10, and he still has at
home a choice load of the same lot which
he is holding for Christmas. These cattle
are two year olds and weighed on Tues
day 1735. Mr. Whilsitt considers them
the best lot he ever raised.
A dispute having risen between Inspec
tor Lloyd, of the Twcrtielh street paving
contract, with the Rockford Construction
company as to the Quality of brick being
put in and the report having also gained
currency that the company was shipping
-eral car loads daily to Peoria instead
'g Rock Island the first considera
"ayorand street and alley com
nference with Supt.Mead,
-tractors were em-
by Mr. Lloyd I1IU.1. .
meanwhile every advantage roust be
eiven the city to push the work. Mr.
Mead, however, made a satisfactory ex
planation on behalf of the company and
promised that his job here would be in
every way satisfactory to the city.
Three Harvest Excuraions.
The Burlington Route, C. B. & Q. R.
R , will sell from principal stations on its
lines, on Tuesday, September 9 and 23,
and October 14. harvest excursion tickets
at half rates to points in the farming re
gions of the west, southwest and north
west. For tickets and further informa
tion concerning these excursions, call on
your nearest C, B. & Q ticket agent, or
address P. S. Eustis, Gen'l. Pass, and
Ticket Agent, Chicago, III.
Watted A first class machinist, to
work at his trade in shop and act as fore
man over, smithing and machine work.
Will guarantee one year's steady work
and will pay good wages to first class
Thompson, Walker & Thompson,
What Cheer, Iowa.
Any priof quoted by any firm is dupli
caied by Simon & Mosenfeider. Maybe
you can get better-goods for the same
money. . Affrays call on us before buy
ing. - 1
t. Carter hs rewt! '".fflce
not at all
-OCTOBER 3, lfiO. " i--
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. Boppe.
Send your friends to Krell & Math's
for a dish or can of fresh oysters.
Call and see the hand-carved bed room
suites at Uolbrook's, Davenport.
Parlor suites and fancy chairs of every
description at Uolbrook's, Davenport.
Ice cream always on hand and served
by the dish all winter at Krell & Math's.
A handsome line of book cases and
cabinets just received at Uolbrook's, Dav
enport. An elegant assortment of dining t ibles,
chairs and hat racks al Uolbrook's. Dav
enport. When you want a rice dish of fresh
oysters step in to Krell & Math's and or
der them up in any style.
The Crown dining ball, No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish you
the best meal in the city for 25 ceLts. A.
B. Johnson, proprietor.
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans pertotly and
leaves no odor.
Bear in mind we do not quit making he
cream when cold weather sets in, an:, you
can get it in any quantity in the ct Ideal
weather. Remember Krell & Math s and
get the bei-t. v
$50,000 to loan on real estate security,
in suras of f 200 and upward, at li.est
current rates of interest, without com
mission. E. vV. Hurst, Attorney at
law, Rock Island.
"The last of all the Romans, fare thee
well!" We cotild do without je sll, and
be content with your histories, when this
age has provided Salvation Oil to cure all
The voice of experience Sunday
school teacher: Love thy neighbor as
thyself. Who is "thy neighbor?'' Lit
tle girl: Please, ma'am, the folks as bor
rows from us.
Scow on ttie O.ninoiiil.
Chicago. Oct. 3 Tt.e iuw bull playing
yesterday resulted as follows: League:
At Brooklyn Pittsburg 1, Brooklyn 9;
batteries Aii'ieraoii and Berber, and
Terry, Clark and Fnutz. At Cinoitinati
Cincinnati 3, Bos: on .; batteries Khines
and H.iriiiiKin, ClarKson nnd Bennett.
At Cleveland Cievel.ind 2, Philadelphia
a iarlvii"s-; batteries Youug and Z:m
mer, GI.-as.n and Clements. At Chi'-aRO
ChicHiro 7, New York 3; batteries Hutch
iinon ami X' h'. Sharrott and Clnrk.
Bro herlioo.1: At Buffalo Buffalo 8.
Brooklyn 2: batteriet Cunningham and
Mark, trowrters nn:l Daily. At Cleveland
Cleveland 11, l'hiUd-l,)iiia t; batteries
O'l-Tien ami Suiclifle. Buftinton and Mil-li.-an.
At Ch:ca;o Chicago 4, New York
0; l atte ,es Baldwin and Karrell. Crane
and thrown. Pittsburg-Boston game post
poned r iin.
.iin to ;art Tin-Date Factories.
PiTTsb;-r: Pa.. Oct. S It U stated on
c.o.ul authority that eastern c.pitaii-ts
have iiruaiJz a eninjmuy with (T.OH OOU
capital for the purpie of condnciinj; the
busipi s of m.-uiiifacturina tin mil plates.
Th t.eadq'i.irters of the company w.li lie
at .lanitmir. It w:ll run it own tin
min.', aua will try to control the Amer
ican tintii-d-p ate tr- ;e. Btr.Idings w ill
b? en-c ei at once. Another compauy.
c i:ips-?d p-'iici ally of Englishmen, will
in a fev weeks bein the erection of a
t nced-pi'-.te pi nt at i)'iquen ten miles
est of Pitt-burg.
t'Bll'AUO, Oct. 2.
Vuotutiiitis on the bwr.i of trade to-ly
wriv a- iiiil.nv-: YVh at - No. 2 Oi totwr, oper.ed
Sc. rliis.il '.n.r: i eeeniNT, opened S1.UU.16,
cliw. t v: 1. i)x-ne.t il.!r. c'i.ed
fl.m't. rn - No. 2 tvtoN-r. ei-ned 4
I lii- -d -TV: lie emixr. liIH-ncl 4.-e, closed
4 k : My. ii T:,ii .. eltwed Juty. (t
-Nil. - tVtola-i. iiinT'd :t-'j-. -l)Wed !K4ae,
lN-ceniN'T. o.K-.ieit arid rnj-k'il S--fce; V:y,
olieni-d and c-iiMrd 4!-tw. I rk-Oeto ler!
o',-n"i ar.d cl y .iti; January, oin-nrd
r2. ei.xed ji i.i'.'.; .n. o, cn.-d
ci.ised $1 JTij.. U.rd tKtuln r. oa-nvd ttd
Live -:ork-L'ninn tiK k yanls .rioa: Rnra
Market activi- and tirui: prievs c higher
nn lich; nil it ora li s uncLanued l.ght
crudes. 4.1.V-4.7.": rouirh pai kini;. 4.iVj.U;
mined ins, ; 4.1"i .H; licavy ickin and
stnpti.iiK lots. t.Jft.ii.V
Cuttle Mik k rattle. $-J.i7i.ui; western
raunn- Mee a, 2 4i,.4.K: Tevas sierra. $J.lna
AV-. aie-. $-J.'i44.7ri. Shn-p- ;3.4 yMlu.
lamli- t.i.-'" '..i.!H.
l"riMhiiv: Butter-Kanry s- paratur. -JHc per
liiic cat iicred ream. lMv3lr; tin-t dairiM,
17.tl.-n-. Kirs Fresh candled, losa off. Isc per
d.w. Live mltry-Chickens, liens and spline
chicVens. s' i'.'c ta r : turkeys, Mr: ducks.
SLa:. 1'utHtnes lmi.-e to f.nicy, 7('75e per
liu.: NVisciitisiii.tii.r7i!-: sweet iitat.au. SStKlJ
& te- bin Apj les Illinois creen coukusg.
tJ 7.;ii o( i er bbi.; eatiLS. i-l.jiii,4 .5.1.
New York, Oct. 2.
Wheat -No. -' nd winter rash. 51.tft
do tk-t.-ber, $1.01),: do November,
l.u3: UiwnlpiT. fclJi-i Corn-No. 2 mixed,
.x4 5ii-4c im!i; do Oi tidier. ."5'c: do Novm
lar..V.4C. t..t--I:ili; No. i mixe.1 cash. 44V
t'4-V-: d . Hi toiler. 4 Vv-; do Nov. tntier. 4Vs,c.
Hve ani t.ariey-Nominal. I'ork Dull;
mess, t i. lJ.ii. Lard -Hull and un-rlia-iLTi-.l
i.ne .u. k: ia;iip-.Hnri(". nrm. tiut no
t hi! in l.ecvrs: dressed be- f. steady; nativa
Ride .ii 3.i7 .4c y It'. Sheep and Lambs Shep,
steadv : lain'i. we-ik at a reduction of i- t a.;
she. p. 4 ! i0J f I" t a; lamha. JT.OicSrt.
ll.itfs-Ma k t l.rm- live hos. t4.ai4.7"i f IM
Hay Upland prairie. J'lWas 50
Hy Timom SS iiJ$ y bo.
Hay Wila, flO.K
(teal Soft 118
Cord Wood $8 5'S4.C0.
'J0 Mrcent reduction forth
on BiiKc'eaand Spn
No. 1610, ltd' and IS
le the rhetipet place '
w suai or
1200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interest 7 per cent ttml annnallr. collected and
remitted free of charga.
E. W. HURST,
Attorwxt at Law
Rooms I and 4 SUaonle Tempi
ROCS ISLAND. ILL.
C7ha.tMMt mnA Ha nlaei la tka
Wanu," -Loat," "Bale" and Renf,rnotleea.
Only one-half cent a word. Everybody nadt thia
column. Try It.
FOR RENT-SUIT OF ROOMS FURNISHKD
or not; enquire al l&S Second avenue. a-lw
FOR RKST-PIVB PLBASANT ROOMS
healthy location 2830 Fourth avenue. l-5t
OKCONl-HANO FDRNITCRB. bouaht. aold
-3or eichaneed. Money loaned or Furniture
atored at Sonlheaat corner Perry and Third 8U
FOR 8 ALB VALUABLE PATENT IM
provement on Klevatora. Now in operation at
Mar FmlahinK Wor ks, Hi35 HamUton Su, Philada.
Pa; preservea life and limb; for full porticnlara
PPy o ROBT i. WALKER, Inventor.
WANT ED An active Traveling Salesman to
Bella general line of our Merchandise to
merchants only. Uuod wacea and expenaea paid
Wholesale office 55-157 w aLlutton bt , C'ulcaga'
WASTKD-A PLACE IN A PRIVATE
family by a man and hia wife; the man I
thoroughly acquainted w ith the dnties incidental
to the care of hores, and the woman is a com
petent house keeper. Beet references eiven.
Address "A ' Abois office.
WAITED. A .LADY TO UANA'.B A
Branch office, at her own home, for t us Fa
mous Femaie Specific "Oranee Lily"; a splendid
opportunity; ad-'ress with stamp. The Dr.Coon-
ivr .Tii;uii.i lusinme. soum Deuu ind.
OALESMKN U'aNTKD TO SELL KLhSRKT
kJStoca. Mtuations permanent, saiary and ex-
pensea, or commission from wart. No expert
ence necessary. Outfit free. Write for terms.
riaimiiBe it . u. iiuub.ti( uu ., uraertmen
Rochester, N. V.
oeu headquarters In
assume exclusive control i f
JHiiui local and sub-ag. nts
STATE AENT TO
some principal city,
our business and ai-
tn everv ritv in iIm
stale; aroodswell known, s!
aple as flour, in unl
vernal demand, and pay a n
percent. Address THE
71 Broadway, New York.
et fmni or so to luu
LVVBKK-LUMBB.K YARD WORKMEN OF
all erodes, can secure steady employment in
the lumla-r yanls of Chicago at from Jl.W to
f i.Oi per day on application in person to K. K.
HOOPER. Secretary of the Chicago Lumber
ail Dealer's Association, room 618 Chamber of
Commerce, S. E. corner LaSalle and Washington
streets, Chicago, 1 It. i
J. M. BEAKbSI.ET,
TTORNKY AT LAW Office with J. T. Ken
llworthy, 1745 Second Avenue.
JAtKSOX i IIUP.ST,
ATTORKEYM AT LAW. Office In Rock Island
National Batik Building, Rock Island, I1L
. D. BWEINKT.
C. L. V1LIIR.
SWEENEY & WALKER,
A TTORX I?VR AXfl fVlT'VSCT T HDB IT T ITT
Office in Bcngston'a block. Hock Island, 111.
MiEMRY & McEMRV,
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan money on eood
seenrity. make collections. Reference Mitch.
ell ft Lynde. baukera. Office in Postofflce block.
THE DAILY ARbl'S.
(OR SALE EVERY EVENING at Crampton'a
Newsstand. Five eents per copy.
1RS. RUTHERFORD & BUTLER,
RaDUATES OFTI1S ONTARIO VBTK RNA
Irv college. Velernarv Phvsieians inn smrwins
Offices Tindairs Livery stable; Residence :' Over
- -.'-- d ul rj, uiaraei square.
Teaches it students
trade uli'i then Starts
them in ra lroaj serv.ee.
Send for ci-cular.
18-U Jank-ville. Wi.
To sell our goods b sample to wholesale and re
tail trade. We are the laree-t manuf aclurers In
our line. Liberal salary paid. Permanent posi
tion. Money au-anced for wages, advertising,
etc, Forrerms r litres-
CEN TKHNIAI MFQ- CO . Chicago, r.l.
To sell the popular M. K ADJUSTABLE FORM
CORSET. It is worn by Ladies wi-hing comfort
and a good form. For particulars address
ELGIN CORSET CO.,
Rivra Strkkt, ELGIN. ILL.
WM. 0. XULP. D. D.S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Rooms 1, S7. 2S and -J9.
Take Elevator. DAVENPORT. IA.
J. M. GASPARD,
Library Building. Davenport, Iowa, Call for
eatimatea and see work before going to Chicago.
LOUIS K. GILLSON & CO.,
procured. Increase all other soldiers' claims
prosecuted. W rite ns about your o&sa. Room 4.
Metropolitan block, Chicago. Id.
JOTICK OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Estate of ShermanO Elliott. Deceased.
PnbliC notice ia he-ehy given. That the ender
signeu. Ashley W. Elliott, administrator cum Itt
tatHTHto anoro of Sherman O. Elliott, deceased,
ha Una day filed his hnal report and settiemeul
aa such in the county court of Kork Island count .
and that an older hsa been entered by aid court
approving the snid rt jwrt, unles- objections there
to or cause to the contrary be show n eu or before
tacfirsi day of tctotHT A. D. 151; and upon the
final approval of said re)irt the said A-hley W.
Klllott will ask to be discharged. All persons in-
icresiea are tm-o 10 allcntl.
... rY w EixiOTT.
J anaxo ot Sherman
sept 1 d-S
j. having been appointed Ex
estate of Barbara Kiss, late
of Rock Island, state cf Illinois,
rehy gives notice that he will
.re the comity court of Rock Island
the office of t be clerk of said court, in
-f Rock 1-land.atthe November term, on
ill jauntiay in ovemocrnext, at which time
,roii- having claims against said estate are
ded and requested to atiend for the purpose of
-ving the same adjusted. All persons indebted
.0 said estate are requested to make immediate
payment to the undersiinied.
Dated this lSth day of September. A. D.. IWO.
sep lh d.ltv JOHN K1S. Executor.
4 tvtnisTRATOR'8 NOTICK.
t-: hair ' nrxi. bi wdico ume an
MoTidaW tea. aiAi-.l, .. . . . . -
w - aaM.ui ram are BO-
tillwl and requ.Lt-d to atu-ntl fr the purvo of
. rmovim. nii yvrwu tnlcMeil
- air-uarr-iv-u W UlKaVO UQMieUlalLC
pftriaentto tbr uDdtrTlenvd.
fi.fl tkl J .. ..
mwM m w iui u aar W-'PiemDrr. a. 19. rM)
CATHERINE A. DCNN. Adiniui.tnwnx.
CHAS. R. WHEELAN,
Undertaking and Embalmins:
Dimick Block, No. 8oA 30th St.. Rock Island.
Ing goods, with hearse and appoartennces. and
"ma wwea uw services ol jar. Ueo. Herd,
of Chicago, an expert funeral director and rp
tiilm.r rtt 1 1 ...h m
- - vpviicuw, ih iiuiv pre
pared to guarantee satisfaction.
AftarQQ aaiaaa aVTiartanu tu.a.A V a,
pestal Moalc. I will protalae yoa more theory wlu
lea leeeOBf tot the eaat money ot any tW la
-X DAILY PRA?
FALL. GOODS ARE ARRIVING.
We call attention o the following
desirable and se asonable things.
NEW FALL. DRESS GOODS
CHENILLE Table Spreads, tmall
and large. In beautiful shadings.
BLANKETS. White. Scarlet, Grey
COTTON FLANNELS, beginning
at 5 cents a yard.
THE POPULAR j
Have the largest establishment West of Chicago.
DONT FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZUAIXY
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Ayenuc,
And Noa. 121, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
INCORPORATED UNDER THK THK STATS UW. '
Roek Island Savings Bank,;
iiUCK ISLAND. TLX: v .
Open dally from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m and Sarday ereiUnr fWB T to o'eteck. "
Five per cent interest paid on Deposit. Money loaned on PVAhonaUC
lateral, or Real Estate Security,.
K. P. RSTSOLD-J. Pres. y c. DENKMANN, TIce-Preav 1. K. BCTOKSl Caealt.
P. U Mitchell, K P Reynolds, 7. C. Denkmann. JohBCrahanra.r. W. IcyncSa,- '
. i.viaiiiF. rimon. a,,
Jackson a Hr,r.
SWWlli heTin bnstnesa Jnlr ft .nit ltiAM.n.ka.vinML..iaiiiiiik.n 9 i fi
nntil new bank ia completed. ' "
Thursday and Friday,
- I I I ft " Mir
i urn wuuiiiiimt u
Pattern Bonnets, "
FANCY FEATHERS and JITLLINERY NOVELTIES.
You are respectfully invited. '
IV1RS. P. GREENAWALT "
1704 SECOND AVENUE,
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS
AND WINDOW SHADES, " '
At prices, which like quality, we defy competioa. - T J j
We thank yon sincerely for your past f ivors,
future. Our dealing shall be characterized by
xcuici iu Groceries
No. C06 Fb
New atote. new slock, the best rwds at the lowest prlety
House and Sign Pair
First-claes Graining and Paper Hanging.
P. O. Box 672.
DRAPERIES, ' H;
In a! large Tarietr of fabrics and de
signs suitable for Sash and full length
FAWN FLANNELS, aulUbl. for
Infaut's Wraps J
BUCKLES, large assortment-
a'd stacks of Goods that we want!
to see but can't mention this time. J
Rock Island. Illinois. ;
BOCK I8LA1.-J. rVl 5i
s . . ...
v. . nurst. 4. aa. aTnorsw -
Sohcttora. . - . (J
... v r el
- r -
I l z - : II
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Oct., 2d and 3d. I
G. O. HTJCKSTAIDT ; f
and here pledge yo oar beat esbrt -fr " " ""..". V ' i
promptneee and the eMcteet lntenv&4 e-' 'Y '
, .f 1 'f
, - - -i
Shop Foortk At. betSli
J t "
ihan their -co i " "T'-er ar mis
S115' leaving Rock
taken la this.- 1 -on Cr IIosfeWrill4
nr only meet acy cut.a-.ade hj'auy
.i, D go ' -t.