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yru a'.! know what this means. This
in.,u- that means moro m quauiy,
l)13t can "e pin inu men uuui iucuu. owns vonae undershirts and
, Have usually been sold at $2.00 per garment. Within the past
ccrne of the most enterprising merchants have sold them at $1.50.
', tMii-li for our introduction.
s w.H-k we will place the entire
i; sty Ii'S "I siis t-uiuio uuu wear lur men on our counters at $100a
These iroods are celebrated throughout the length andbreadth of
;,r I.ni'l. are Known to De non-snnrirtlng wool and guaranteed by the
.!iii- Co. The styles are:
.aVW White wool, plain.
i r, Plain tan brown.
pX-."i Tan brown ribbed.
nv.y, I.it:ht brown, narrow ribbed.
v -i ; I .i i-'.ht brown, wide derby ribbed.
p-.X Natural wool.
vwiit li th-Swim Cnmlt tlcki't on inmantrv of tha n. .v. .n ,
'"" i K-uhs;,?: a'Da irK
." winter vei...
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1712, 1714. 1716. 1718. 1720 and 1722 Skcond Avkkur.
I,., h. rii t'rt'Mtcil mining the ladies since
t ln eletnt work and
.r,;, im-s'n'ts. Tliey lire of Indmn nian
'.x-'.-it: 1,3 "ie product is very
.! it U doutitful if tve will have any
u,.r" 'Lis st'HX.tii. Cull and m ike your
',,., ti or wli'it you want m.y be gnnt.
1703 ycond Avnn.
Copper-Smithing, Sheet Iron, Gas and
Steam Fitting, Also Sewer work.
RAKER & HOUSMAN,
Oppositr Harpkr Horsw.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.'50 Per Gallon.
T Q 11 N fe ADLEli,
emovKd to 219 Sevntenth Street
' MARKET SQUARE.
K. C. HOPPE,
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
lrish Cough Syrup:
Acts quickly, is perfectly safe and never fails to cure all Lung troubles.
Icine known for ail Kidney,
' a m m m
Itt 250 -8amPle8 free.
WlY 1 - N
name is a synonym of excellence;
nmsa ana every point of s
line, comprising nearly 100 dozen
All for $11.
5 feet bamboo casein, 88o.
8x10 gill frames, glass and mat, 30c.
8il0 white and gold frames, giass
and mat, 35c.
Decorated window Khailrs complete
whb spring fixtures. 35c.
Pure Irish Linen stationery per lh.
Wall paper at aost.
1705 Second Ave.
for the Celebrated
HA HECKIVKD HIM
Pall Suit, lilts.
No 1808 Second avenue.
Rook Island, 111.
10c, 25c and 50c Bottles.
Lang and Stomach troubles. is
and Liver Pills.
Druggiat, Bock iBland.
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A GALA DAY.
CVIcbrating an Iiniortant Evnt in
German American. F.fcJoylnx Thrn.
m-lv. t. In I.alabl rninmrmm ailon
-Hoclc(r an I'rlvate Individual
'irilri,,11 ,n ,h. p.,,,,
On Oclnher 6. 183. there land, d from
the ;ood ship Concord on the enstein
coatt of the t'jen comparatively ur known
North America a little hand of Herman
immigrants. Thirteen families nil told,
tbey numbered. hoonly a few weeks bt
fore had left their native town of Crefitld
to be;in their lon and perilous journey
to the new land. Their coming was on
invllation of Win Penn. who on his two
visits to Oerm.my had learned enough fo
enable Mm to nee how valuable sm.h
sturdy, it t lligent people would te in up.
buildinsi what he even hoped wo ild -e
come in time the greatest of all Hie ureal
nations of the earth.
I pn the arrvnl of the t'drlei n fami
lies they were met by Herr Pasto ius wlio
hn.l r-eiV,l them by several we-.-ks. Im
mediately after lauding they proceeded to
the vieimty of Philadelphia, wl.ere they
Settled and founded the thriving city of
Genaantown. Around the nucleus thus
formed there have gathered as .he years
have rolled by, hundreds and thousands
and hundreds of thousands of the best
citizens our nation possess until they
now number no less than eiybl millions
of souls, or out -eighth of our popula
tion, scattered throughout every state
and territory in the land, furnishing it
with their full proportion of brain and
brawn and adding lo the country of their
adoption prosperity, wealth an 1 dignity.
Appropriately enough the anniversary
of the event so imporlant in its results
both to Americana and to the Germans
was celebrated in Davenport yesterday.
A protiiiiict.1 characteristic, one might al
most say the chief characteristic, of the
German and the Germai, American is his
patriotism. Whether it lie at home in
the Fatherland or here in the land of his
adoption he is ever ready to Hy to the de
fen se of his country
The demonstrat ions are held through
out the country genera'ly.
Early in the afternoon sn in mense pa
rade started from the court house fqtiare
and marched through the principal
streets. It was com posed of .he various
German scietus. Floats representing
Germany and its social and oil er features
were in the parade.
In the evening an inviting orogramme
was given at the Turner hal . at which
Mayor Fickc made an address followed
by Wm. Rspp. editor of the Illinois
StO'itn-'.eititnij There was music by
S.rasser's band and sinirinir, a id other in
teresting entertainments. The whole
closed with the singing of the "Star
ll ! u ilir am..
It is urged in the interests of the pres
ent congressman from this district thai a
chance at tlin time would be prejudicial
to the interests of the district. The fact
that Mr. Gest has served twr. terms is set
forth as a reason why heshoidd continue
in ofhYe. The old story to the effect that
a eoncressmnn is no good until he has
served one t-rm is rehashed ami told the
voters of this district in th" hope or se
curing for Mr. Gest ballots which his in
dividual merits does not entitle him to.
It is undoubtedly true that a congress
man who is of any use at all grows more
useful the longer he is reia ned in office.
Hut it is difficult to see ho it hits Mr.
Gest's case in any way. Two terms of
mediocrity are decidedly enough. A
useless man is an incubus, and although
he stays in congress twinty years, i.
avails nothing. There is n.) hope, of edu
cating him to something better.
Many instances are pointed out by Mr.
Gesi's friends in which congressmen have
been retained for a long period of years,
and have become conspicu us by reason
of their creditable deeds. Not one of
these instances in any wise resembles the
case of Mr. (Jest . The gentlemen whose
names are mentioned earned the confi
dence of their constituents at the start.
They displayed signal al ility. although
perhaps crude. Even in their first 'ermB
they did not allow their people to be de
lilierately robbed without al least raising
their voices in protest.
Mr. Gest's record gives no ground for
the hoe that he would ult mately become
of use to his district. Moline IU'iitU,in
AUnuHher loo llnrteMt.
The Vhi.ni speaks in a quiet way of the
Flambeau club turning out tomorrow
evening to welcome Mr. Gest. The fact
is the republican managers have been
raising heaven and earth to get out a big
crowd on that night. They are inducing
workmen to turn out with fhovdsand
other implements and aie trving every
means to have a large d splay. This is
being done on the quiet, so that they can
afterwards point to the 'enthusiastic
demonstration' on the ptrt or the people
to honor Mr. Gest. Mt. Gest may not
know it at the time, but i little effort on
his part afterwards will fully assure bim
that the extra enthusias n was the work
of very vigilant campaigners who wished
to make the. reception "heap big "
lluivenl II mr.
At the First liaptist church yesterday
evening the annual Harvest Home given
in behalf of the state mission was ob
served with the most pleasing results.
The church was beairifully decorated
with flowers and grain and fruit and oth
er tokens of a benelicoit providence. The
attendance was large. Short addresses
were made by the pastor, Iiev. Taylor, and
the school superintendent. The children
gave a number of recitations, sang songs
and they, as well as everyone else, en
tered fuKy into the enjoyment.
The- J. S. Keator brought down 16
strings of logs.
The Louisville cane down with 14
strings of logs.
The Verne Swain ca ne down; also Jo
Long. Pilot and Irene D.
Tne Bam Atleo passed down with 14
strings of logs and 2 of lumber.
Passed up: Luel a, Maud, Verne
Swain, Joe Long. Pilot. Irene D.
The stage of the water was 2:00 at
noon; the temperature on the bridge 60.
The U. 8. steamer Barnard spent
Thursday last taking soundings in the
channel between this oily and Prairie du
Cbien, and in the a'ternonn plowed a
deep furrow in the si nd bar forming at
the point of Clark island, thus opening a
wide seam with the b pe that the strong
current at this point wdl open wide the
channel. BIcQregor Dai'y Seat.
Hop at The Harper.
The young gentlemen of tbe tri-cities
give a dancing party at the Harper bouse
this evening in honor of the young ladies
who are to attend tie wedding of Miss
Deere on Wednesdty evening. These
young ladles are front different citiea in
THE HOCK ISLAND
I : .
ai Ii.au Alitj K1UI1T.
It l Thoaght the Htrret Kailway
Company Win eo Ahrait.
The Davenport Democrat is of tbe opin
ion that the trouble between tbe council
and the Holmes syndicate in that city will
turn out nil right, and publishes the fol
lowing letters concerning the matter:
Cnit Aoo, Oct. 3. 1890 W. D. Peter
sen. Esq.. president Davenport Business
Men's association, Davenport, la.. Dear
Sir: I am just informed by our city off!
cers at Davenport that your city council
has passed an ordinance imposing a year
ly tax of 5(H) on our road for the privi
lege of operating same by electricity.
My associates and self are much sur
prised at the course adopted, as we had
been given to understand the citizens of
Davenport were anxious for rapid trans
it. We cannot persuade ourselves that
the council has fully considered (what
seems to U6) the injustice of the ordi
nance. Il cannot be they desire to embarrass
those whose interests are with and of
We were preparing at a great cost to
erect and fquip one of the finest 1-ctric
railroad plants in the country, and had
hoped to have given Davenport something
that the citizens would have been proud
We trust it will not be presuming, in
view of the very cordial and kind recep
tion tendered by your association and the
encouragement there given us of your
assistance, to respectfully lay our cause
before your city council and ask them to
eliminate the ot jectionable features of
the ordinance in question. Believe me to
oe most rcspetUully yours,
Wm B. Wai.kku.
Chicago, Oct 3. 1X90 W. D. Peter
sen. E-(- , president Davenport Business
Men's assocUtion, Davenport, Iowa.
Dear Sir: I am informed that the city
council of Davenport has passed an ordi
n ince allowing the street railways of your
city to adopt electricity, but subject to a
tax of ,100 per annum.
My associates and myself have been
considerably surprised at this fest i e
of the ordinance, and we cannot be
lieve that the matter was considered
carefully before action was taken, and
I write lo you, who represent a body of
gentlemen largely interested in the
present and future well be:ng of your
city, in the hope that it will be consist
ent for you 1 1 express your views to the
city council to tbe effect lhat tbia feature
ol the ordinance is one that could, with
good results to the city, he rescinded.
Tbe very cordial reception which the
gen'lemen interested in street railways
received at the hands of your association
and the free interchange of views at t ial
time, leads us to believe lhat by beany
co-operation and the expenditure of
money freely, as will lie necessary if elec
tricity is adopted, a very great benefit can
be secured for Davenpoit. and we trust
that no burden will be imposed upon us
in our efforts to improve the service and
benefit the city, which have not been im
posed upon others engaged in like en
terprises Thanking you in advance for any as
sistance you can render us in this matter,
I remain, very truly jours,
C. B. Holmes.
l oamy Haliaiacn.
1 Lucy Rred by executor, to G E
Blakesley, lots 2 and 3, lot 35, Chicago
or lower ad, $1,600.
G E Blakesley to A B Carlson, part of
lots 2 Bnd 3. block 35. Chicago or lower
ad to Rock Island, $625.
G E Blakesley to Hamlin Hull, part of
lots 3 and 3. i l tck 35. Chicago or lower
ad to Rock Mind, $500.
Jacob Stewart to Fred Timm. lot 7.
block 4. Jacob Stewart's addition lo South
2 Jatiette McMsster to Liuise M Sea
berg, lot IS. block 1, Mc Master's second
addition to Rock Island. $650
it Q M and W H Gray l.. M G Mills
part of lot 3 2. 17. 2w, by metes and
bounds, $3 5H
George Mixter to Frank E Taylor, part
of out lot 24. 35. 18. 2w, $300.
F E Rixinger to C F Rixinger 1 6 of
nej. n. J, 2t, 17. 4w. 50
Lymon Parsons to B H C ix 1. 1 1. b'eck
15, subdivision of Spencer & Cast's addi
tion to Rock Island, f 2.500.
3 - Guardianship of Sadie Kinney,
minor. Request of minor for the ap
pointment of Bridget Kinney as her
guardian. Letters of guardianship issued
to said Bridget Kinnej ; bond filed and
Estate of Sherman O. Elliott. Pror.f
of notice of official settlement filed; final
report approved and estate closed and
I.ICBNSKI) TO WED
3 Albert R. Heenen, Li7?ie Groh.
4 Kmil Kuhr. Chic-go, I.ihanna
To the Mkepllral.
Mr Meyer Locb. t!ie proprietor of the
Golden Eigle, baying engaged in another
line of business which requires all his
time and attention, has concluded to re
tire from the clothing business and to
close out the entire stock now on hand in
the Golden Eagle clothing slore.
This large stock seven-eighths of
which is all new, fresh desirable goods
will be slaughtered at half price. In fact,
you can buy a great many of these goods
at your own price.
To nil those looking for bargains in the
clothing line we would say: now is your
time, as Mr. Loeb is determined to have
every dollar's worth of goods in this
stock sold before Dec. 15tb.
To satisfy the skeptical $500 have been
deposited in the bank, the same to tie paid
to tbe Industrial Home association, if this
stock and store are tot closed up by Jan. 1.
Remember, first come, first served
The choicest bargains will go first. Do
not miss this the greatest bargain sal
ever inaugurated in Rock Island county.
Remcmlier the lace Golden Eagle
clothing store. For prices, nee small
He Mailed la Anyway.
An irntttHd contributor to the local re
publican sheet flies to tbe defense of Con
gressman Gest on account of bis failure
to do anything for bis district while in
congress excepting the passage of a bill
donating an old cannon to the Warsaw
G A. It post for decorating purposes
and which does not put in an appearance
for the simple reason that "there are no
condemned cannon," a fact tbal Mr. Gest
was aware of before be introduced his bill
as well as be did afterward. Editor Dal
lam goes on at great length to show bow,
wheu and where two or three hundred
congressmen bad introduced similar
measures before Mr. Gest succeeded in
catching tbe eye of Speaker Reed, only to
be informed that the war department was
two or three hundred pieces abort no old
cannon, but was permitted to sail in and
get bis name in the Jteeord regardless of
the facts. Hancock County Pilot.
Iralh afStra. Hevrrlla-. .
I Mrs Hattie II. Heverling, wtfe of Mr.
r. j. He verting, died at:40 last evening
aged 39 years, 9 months and 14 days,
caused by a cancer and tumorx The fu
neral will take place at 2 p. m. tomorrow
from tbe family residence. No. 1919 Sec
ond avenue. Friends of tbe family are
invited to Attend. .. Tbe remains will be
interred in Chippiannock. : : , ,'-
"I saw as in a dream sublime, a some
thing in tbe band of time." T'wasa
thing to I less tbe whole human iace. to
make them forget tbelr sorrows nd re
member their misery no more, T'waa
a Dotue oi baiv&tion. Oil.
AUG US, MONDa Y,
THE OUTLOOK PROMISING.
Kalkamum Harmaay Rrpariral
by the Draaarratle I'annly t'ammlt-
tee A Larsrly Attended Mrrtlaa;.
There were more democrats from the
county in attendance at the meeting of
the democratic county committee this
morning, than there were republicans who
turned out to hear Olesby last Wednes
dap. Mr. John Oblwt iltr. the new chair
man of tbe executive cnmmittee.presided,
and Secretary Casteel was in bis place.
Tbe roll call sbowedevery member present,
besides a large .number of visitors who
were attentive listeners to the proceed
ings. Reports from all sections were of
tbe most encouraging natnre.and showed
thai the general trend of opinion was in
favor of t!ie democracy.
A BIG CONTRAST.
The Twal'aadiaairafor (Mate Meaalor
There is a big contract b tween It. H.
Hinmnn, democratic candidate for state
sena or, and Mr. Crawford, tbe republi
can candidate. M'. Hinmnn is neither
ignorant nor i I traM, while Mr Craw
ford appears to be a compound of both.
Either that or he wilfully tries to deceive.
A letter addressed to him, asking for bis
opinion on certain matters, brought a
badly spelled and ut grammatical reply,
the drift of which showed tiat he either
knew nothing of the matters inquired
about or was anxious to avoid giving in
formation. Tbe Ditpatch would not go
back on a man because of lapses in spell
ing or grammar all men arc'more or less
illiterate but we would most emphati
cally say no to a man asking for our vote
who was as ignorant as Mr. Crawford
appears to be on matters of general pub
lic interest. Wood bull Ditpatch.
X here Credit Wu line.
The Rock Island A Rous refuses to give
Congressman Gest all the credit for fecui
ing tbe half million dollars with which to
begin work on the Hennepin canal. The
Annus is right. It has been intimated
ll al some other congressmen were in
Washington at the time the appropriation
was passed. It is tdsn believed that some
work was done in Hennepin's interest be
fore l he present mem her from the Rock
Island district ever thought of going lo
congress, and that was a good wh le ago.
The republican press of this district is
a puzzler. They would think it awful if
I he democratic press of the district would
stoop to the low. contemptible trickery
tbey themselves are guilty of. They
have lied, villified and slandered Mr. Ca
ble ever since he was nominated for con
gress, but their dirty work make9 no
friends for Gest Keithsbnrg .
Regular meeting of the city council tc
nigbt. Wall papeil Wall paper cheap al Geo
Col. J. M. Whittemore returned from
Washint ton Saturday.
Wall paper at almost your own price,
at Gt rge Sutcliffe's.
Mr. Joseph Alhrecht, of Watrrtowr.,
was in the city today.
Sa itsconde. "the Leader" $1 each at
McCabe Bros. See adv.
Geo. A. Bailey went to St. Lmis this
morning to altetd the fair.
Now is your time to buy wall paper
cheap at George SuUliffe's."
ft Men's Swils conde non. shrinking un
derwear $1 while they last at McCabe
Now is fie tim5 to buy wall paper.
George Sutliffe is selling at greatly re
Today in the county county court was
the first day of the October term, known
as "claim day."
Mr. J. M. Buford has sold another lot
in Mrs. Rodman's addition to Mr Andrew
Bladel for f 7tiO.
To reduce stock George Sutcliffe will
sell wall paper at cost and below. Now
is your time to buy.
Swifs Conde shirts and drawers, with
the Swit's Conde guarantee on each pi ce.
1 each at McCabe Bros.
The grandest bargains in underwear
ever opened in Rck Island will be shown
this week at McCabe Bros.
Tbe mayor of Peoria speaks in the
highest trms of the services of tbe Rock
Island policemen sent lo that city.
The Mississippi Valley company held a
meeting this afternoon to arrange mat
ters in connection with differential rates.
Nels Bjorkland while loading sand at
Barstow slipped in some way and cut his
head. He is here and attended by the
Remember that George Sutcliffe's stock
of wall paper was all purchased this sea
son, and is consequently of the latest
Tbe Silver Star quartet, colored musi
cians, serenaded tbe A nous office as well
as the residence of Mr. Cable on Saturday
During the absence of Wm. McEniry
in New Orleans his brother, M. J. Mc
Eniry, of Mcline. will attend to his legal
Bargains in fifty lines, ladies', children
and men's underwear this week at Mc
Cabe Bros The celebrated Swits conde
goods at $1 each.
Messrs. Moore and Hood, of Daven
port, and W. U. Cation, of this city,
leave this evening for the Hot Springs to
spend a month.
Wall paper at cost and an immense
stock to select from including all the most
desirable styles. Now is your time to buy
at Geo. Sutcliffe's.
Sons of Veterans, John W. Morris
camp No. 315, will hold its opening hop
on Oct 10 at Armory hall. Invitations
will follow this notice.
B. Hershey, of Muscatine, is at the
Harper and is in attendance upon a meet
ing of the Mississippi Valley Co , which
was held this afternoon.
Everybody can row afford to ornament
their house witb wall paper at tbe prices
at wbicb it is sold at George Suichff-V
Call early and avoid the rush.
J. C. Stanton, trainmaster of the St
Louis division of the "Q ," is in town ad
will look afier tbe comfort of all those
who wish to attend the St. Louis fair.
Tbe largest and finest patterns of wall
paper in the three cities can be found at
George Suleliffe'a. His prices are the
lowest ever beard of in tbe wall paper
The Rock Island flambeau club on Sat
urday evening effected a temporary or
ganization witb Capt. W. T. Cbannon as
commander, and Mr. F. W. Rinck as
Tbe whole of the west wall of Wil
liams, White & Co's. new brick building
at Moline, fell on Saturday afternoon.
No one was hurt, but there were some
Tbe London Clothing Co. are rushing
matters at tbe new at we. Wait and
watch and you will see Ibe ltrgestand
finest line of clothing ever seen in Rock
Island only a few days more.
Eda Belle Butler, the four weeks' old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Butler,
died at their home last night of bronchi
tis. The funeral will take place tomor
row at 2 p. m., from the residence on
Tbe radios of the Rock Island Relief
society held a meeting over Loosley's
crockery store yesterday at which Miss
Elise Weyerhauser presided. There was
a full attendance and much Interest man
Frank O. Wimaa, W. D. Wlman, Da
vid Marsh, of New York, and B. D. Wi-
man. of Lvnchbur?. V in at iha Rr
per bouse and 'compose an interesting
iMirnon or me attendance to oe at the
Ueere wedding on Wednesday evening.
On 8iturday night list tbe first grand
ball of tbe employes of the Rock Is'and
plow works took iJce at Armory bsl1.
There were ninety couples present; music
by Bleaet's band, and supper at the
One of the most attractive and novel
features of tbe concert at the Broadway
Presbyterian church next Friday evening
will be tbe appearance of a native Per
sian dressed in native costume, who will
play on several of the musical instru
ments used in Persia.
H. J. Baker, traveling salesman fr
Darts' Sons, was the luck? holdei of tbe
number that drew a suit of cloibes at
Hoppe's on Saturday night last The
number was 38 He had only paid fi
ll a week when the suit of clothes,
worth $35, fell to bis lot.
Quite a number of people left by the
C . B. & Q for St. Louis this morning,
and others will start tonight by the 7.4t
and 8:10 special trains this evening.
Tuesday the Veil.-d Prophet will be vis
ible, and those who take tbe early morn
ing train may not be too late for ad the
The Thomson Houston enmrvonr his
shipped a car load of material to Mmm -apolis
from Davenport which was to have
oeeo usea in tne latter city in connection
witb the electric street railway line.
Pending tbe trouble with the cite emm.
cil it was concluded not to wait for de
velopments. Only 0ns Mors Excursion
And last OOOOrtllnitV for hnmo aeLra
and others via tbe Chicago, Rock Island
oi. i-acmc rttuway, to see tbe "Great
West" in Kansas, Nebraska. Missouri,
Arkansas, Indian Territory, Texas. New
aiexico. Wyoming, Utah. Idaho. Minne
sota. Northwestern Intra Hiiillh am. I
North Dakota, Montana and Colorado, at
tne low rate of one fare for the round
trip. Tickets first data ami onrwl f..r
thirty days for relurn will be on sale tl e
date of departure, Tuesday, Oct 14.1890.
Don't forget that by joining this special
excursion your entire round trip journey
win cost you tne price of on j hrsl-claas
fare one way onlv. Be sure that tnnr
ticket reads via the C . R. I & P. Ry ,
which has its own lines to principal points
in many of the above named stales.
For rates and full particulars uddress
W. I Cbeever. Pass Agt.. Central Dis
trict, Peoria. III., or Jno. Sebastian, G. T.
& P. Agt.. Chicago, M.
Three Harven axcnmoni.
The Burtincton Route, il.. R. O Tl
R.. Will sell from nrinelnal atali.tna ..n ila
lines, on Tuesday, September 9 and 23.
and October 14. harvent prpiiruinn likwta
at half rates to points in the farming re
gions oi tne west, southwest and north
west. For tickets and further i nfnrm.-
tion concerning these excursions, call on
your nearest C, B & O, ticket agent, or
address P. 8. Eustis. Gen'l. Pass ami
Ticket Agent, Chicago, III.
The hospital guild will meet at the rea.
idenee of Mrs. J. M. Buford tomorrow
at 3 p. m. Important business requires a
M. C. Hoffman. Sec'y.
Oysters at Krell & Math's.
Go to Holhrook's. DavenoorL for car
pets and silk curtains
First class tailors wanted: union or
nun union by F.C. Uoppe.
Send vour friends to Krell .t Math's
for a dish or can of fresh oysters.
Call and see the hand -carvel bed room
suiu-s at Holhrook's, Davenport.
Parlor suites and fanes rhaira rf
description at Holhrook's, Davenport.
Ice cream always on hand and aerrod
by the disb all winter at Krell Math's.
A handsome line of book maea and
cabinets just rec.-ived at Holhrook's, Dav
enport. An elegant assortment of dini no talilea
chairs and hat r ks al Holbrook's, Dav
enport. When you want a nice 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 hest meal in tbe city for 25 cents. A.
B. Johnson, proprietor.
Bear in mind we do not quit making i;e
cream when cold weather sets in. and you
can get it in any quantity in the coldest
weather. Rc-memher Krell A Math's and
get the best.
$50,0(10 to loan on real cstata security,
in sums of $200 and upward, at lowest
current rates of interest, without com
mission. K. W. Hurst, Attorney at
law. Rock Island.
Dr. C C. Carter has removed his offlre
and residence to 1SU7 Fifth avenue. Of
fiVe hours 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m.
That tired feeling now so often heard
of. is entirely overcome by Hood's Sar
saparilla, which gives rrental and bodily
Ob. if I only bad her complexion!
Why. it is easily obtained. Use Pozzoni's
30 perorni reduction for the next SO daTs
on itngciea and Spring Wavona.
No. llilll, llilJ and 1614, Third Ave.,
I. the rhrapert plarr in the romitr to hny Car-riai-en,
Huggies, fainla, Una. etc.
Top Biureiea ...
is mtmm or
$200.00 and Upwards'
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to live times the amount
of the loan.
Interest 7 per cent eeml annually, collected and
remitted free of caarge.
E. W. HURST,
Attornkt at Law
Boons a and 4 Masonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Lloyd & Stewart,
It Is that Impurity In the blood, which, ac
cumulating in the glands of the neck, pro
duces unsightly lumps or swellings; which
causes painful running sores on the arms,
legs, or feet; which developes ulcers In the
eyes, ears, or noso, often causing blindness or
deafness; which is the origin of pimples, can.
rerous growths, or the many other manifesta
tions usually ascriU-d to "humors;" which,
fastening upon the lungs, causes consumption
and death. Ik-lng the most ancient, it Is the
must general of all diseas-s or aflections, for
ve-7 few 1'ersons are entirely free from it.
liy taking II.khI's S.irsaparllla, which, by
the remaikatile cures it has accomplished,
often when other iiieiliciiics have failed, has
proven itself to tie a intent and peculiar
ineili'-in tor this disease. Some of these
cures art- realty wonderful. If you suffer from
si-rntiila. 13 sure to try Hood's Sarsaparilla.
" My daughter 11 ary wasartlirted with semf
uloussore neck from l he t ime she a as 22 months
old till she l-ccaine six years of age. Lumps
formed In lir neck, and one of them after
griming to the sije of a pigeon's egg, became
a rm.tting sore for over three years. We gave
her Hood's S.irsnrarilla, when the lump and
all (iithcation of scrofula entirely div
appeared, and now she seems to be a healthy
child." .!. S. t Aiti n e. Nauright, N. J.
fi. B. Ite sure to get only
PotdhyalldmrirtKH. pi: elr fnr.V lfepaTed only
bf C. I. HOOD a to.. Apothu-arlea. LoweU,
IOO Doses One Dollar
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THEM
hpet and he-t p'l
Wani "Loi " "Wall-"'
-? in the paper 1W
and kc nf notice.
Kverybodf reads thin
Only one-half rem a word,
column. Try it.
SElNlMI ANi FLkMTl'KK, bou.ht, told
or ex hansriNl. Mi.n-V limriml nr Kiimituraa
pwrt d at ?v.uibat r.-m. r IVrry and Third 8ia.,
FOB S.AI.K VAU A1ILK PATENT 1M
pmvemeul on Eievator. Now in operation at
Star KiniKlune Work, 2:s Hamilton St.. Philada.
ra: pmnn lire and limh: for full nt-rtirnlar
apply to Hour J. WALKER, lnnuir.
WATEnTO HUNT TWO OH THREE
furni-ht-d ristnta fnr li'-hl hnn L-ai.t..v
rail or a.tan M. W ill, j. inn 2,,u ,vc. . L.
WANTED An active Travelieg Sslr-mao to
slla t. nir.il line of our !M. n liaiitlire to
m-n tianta onlv. liix) m.e and e&Denaea naid
W bolt-rale ftict- .V, - i:.; Va! iimlou at , t lucago.
WANTKli A Pl.A.K IS A I'KIVATK
family Itv a man tml hi. aif tt... i-
lh nmiighlr a tUimrd auh tliedaliea incidental
tithccsreof lior-, .. and tu- w:nsn ia a coin
rx-tent houae keeper. Itr-t reference given.
Addrean "A"Aals office.
WANTED A LAI.Y TO M AN AK A
Branch office, at her own home, fnr the Ta
nx.ua Kcmale . iiic tirani:e Liiy": a aplendid
opportunity: adorra with -t.-unp. The Ur. Coon
lev Medical Institute. South lieu J lud
SAl.KsMKN WANTED To SELL XVhsEKY
stock. Situation iM-rmane lit
pecaes, or cnmmw-toti from atari X.
encc neceaaarv. imnlt frv.. Writ.. r., t.m
natinnaiJe II. E. ItonKLK CO . ur rim.n'
Koch. ur. X. v.
WANTED liKNKKAI. STATE AIIKNT TO
la9n tieaiitin:inerp In aome nrtnrtn.1 ..it
"nine rirluaivr control rf n,r hu-;ne-a and ai"
..ml loral anl . 11 h -a ... nr. i. . .. . i
poni local an.i MiocnK in vvrrv citv in the
tale; (rood well known. Maple hour." In eni
vrraal ivo.arnl. and pvv a n.t i n.tit of Sd to l'V
percent. Ad.lreaa THE UNION CoMPWV
741 Broadway, New York. '
LI VBKR-Ll MBSK YAKtl WORKMEN OF
al i;radca. can mi are ateadv empioment lu
the lnmlK-r ymrd of t lti Cairo at from Jl Taj 10
tl fti per day on app.hation in person lo K. E
HOOPER. Secretary or the fht.ajo Lumber
ail Dealer's Aaoriin.n. r.a.m 11 fhmler of
t 'ooimvrce. S. K. comer La-Salit; and Wa-uiutton
airct-ia.. t imaso. ill.
PROFESS ION AL C ARDsT
J. X. HE AKOSLLY.
ITTORNEY AT LAW Office with J. T. Ken
1 worthy. ITii Second Avenua.
JACKSON A IllKST,
TTORNEYS AT LAW. OfBce in Rock Itlasd
Jl National Bank Bnildlng. lWk Island, 111.
. B. (WICKET.
C. L. WALE KB.
SWEENEY & WALKER.
ATTORNEYS AND WNSELURS AT LAW
Omce in Beiijrsion a nlock. Knck island. 11L
McE.MKY A McEMKl.
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan money or rood
security, make collection. Heferenre, Mlu-b.
ell at Lynde. bankers. Office in Poatomca block.
THE DAILY AKf.lS.
?0R SALE EVERY EVENING at Crampton s
. Newa stand. Five cents per copy.
1RS. RUTHERFORD BL'TLER.
JRADl'ATHs OF TUB ONTARIO VKTERNA
l ry college, Vclernary i'bysieians anp Sureeons.
Offioei Tindall'a Livery alatile; Kcaidance: over
Astern Bakery, market auuare.
Vil FI Till T'C Teaches if atudeota a
lALLLIIHr. w tn.te u.i then starts
SCHOOI OF them in railroad acrvice.
Send for rtmilara
VALENTIN P. BliOS.
13-li JaNE-VIi L.r. Wla.
To sell onr goods hy sample to wholeaale and re
tail trade. We are the lari'et mannfartnrera la
our line. Liberal aalary paid. Permanent poai-
twtn U.in. v 1 . .
etc. Forrerma addreaa
CkHTKrSMlAv MFQ CO . fhlrarn. Hi.
To IMri the rwinnlar M BT lllirnTia'V vnbu
OH.SI.-T II i. m. ... t ... ' "
. .. .... - - .. . .. - wlr,ii,iK vaaiuil
and a (ood form. Kor particulars addreaa
ELGIN CORSET CO.,
Rive a Stbket,
WM. 0. KULP, D. D, S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Roonu M, tj, M and ,
ake Elevator. DAVENPORT, I A.
J. M. QASPAKD,
Llbearv HniliUno- Ttmnnl T.. . m
l . .. y,. ...wb, V M, IVI
eatlmatea and aee work before rng to fdlcago.
Big G la arkmnrledge
.... .- , , , .T-uit-i . aiar
V4rrtara a taUet.
i uk oui mm retiM-ly fair
. 1 oraaaTllM. it aw I 1
. araaaMkr eaf in Irawaaandinala
aBCaa'r to all annVrera.
a. i. BlUNl-.R. M. D
1, i. .
) 1 JOB PRINTING
IF ALL DESCRIPTlONa
aadaaatiyaxacatedby taa 4aua J
utaaiioa paid ta rwarrlEl aork
mis. 'T J
4. aaMtmt-tt. M
t. 1 Tntfcni
Of course we can give but a hint of
the desirable fabrics. We call your at
tention to only a few.
SILK FINISH HENRIETTAS. 46
in. wide, all wool, blacks and colors,
75c a yd. 6 to 7 yds. for a pattern.
Figure the cost and note what a small
sum is required for a handsome dress.
EXCELSIOR WOOL STRIPES.
36 in. 22 cts a vd.
TYRONE SUITINGS. 52 in. 35c a
yard. There's a price for you-
Mohair plaids, 42 in. 55c a yd, fine
Hare the largest establishment West of Chicago.
PONT KOIIGET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue, r
And Nos- 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street, '
INCORPORATED CUP EH TBI THE STATK LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, TT.T.
Open dally from a. nt to 4 p m., aad Saturday evealaga froai T to 8 o'caack.
Five per cent interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal,' Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
1. P. REYNOLDS. Pre. f c. DENKM ANN, Tic Prea, . at. BCPORO. Caakler.
P. L. Mitchell X P Revnolda. F C. Denkatann. Jobs Crahanrb C. T. Lynda.
J. J. Reimrra. L. Simon. K W. Ho rat, J. at. It (ford.
Jai aaon a licavar, 8ollclUea.
W"Wj''Hef, hnoe.. Jnly g, (ai, ,d will ocenpy banking raoaa wlU Mltcaeil Lynda
nntil new bank la completed. '
lOoftET, t r.ncKEKT.
tio Second A.
Coi-van. ur i -. J Om: h r-v..
Marled ten lrtlera wh . :i n , ' i. .he n. ,.f
aity and the atate w herein iu.aled.
. . -
AND WINDOW SHADES,
At prices, which like quality, we defy competion.
W. tb.nk you .l-eeraly to, ,oa, p, f.vora, and here pled, yo. . beat effoeta J. U.
KANN & HUCKST.alEDT,
No. 1811 an J 1813 Second arenue.
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
No. 280 Fifth Arenae, ROCK ISLAND
"-N" m ttock' bf"' 4 " tb loweat prlcta. A abaca of aatrotag, imed-
House and Sign Painter.
First-claae Oraintag and Pauar Hanging.
P. O. Boi 873.
SHOE DRESSING llIXd OnUJlO,
Makes Shoes look new. Soften, loweat price. AU weask -
Leather. We recommend it . UatriaL
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
298 Fifth AreDue, 1818 Second A-enue, '
Beynold'i Block. . , , rfVnaEa,
Double fold flannels 25o a yd
Dress flannels, 52 In. 49c a yd.
Plaids and stripes, all wool 49c a
yd. and up.
New robes In late combinations.
Worsted stripes 29o a yd. . -
Casameres. all wool, 42 in. 60c a yd.
Robes, bordered, few left at $1.50
Trimmings In latest styles jnst
We will be pleased to hare yon In
spect onr large stock.
Rock Island. Illinois.
It 13 Puzzling,
almost always, to know just
what to choose when we
want to make presents.
But it isn't nearly so much
of a puzzle when you are in
a china store. If you will
call at mine, perhaps you
will agree with me.
Of course youlll find many
things here that are useful as
well as ornamental. Flower
pots, all sizes, painted and
plain, and very cheap; Rock
ingham coffee Dots: blanc
mange moulds, and custard
- cups, yellow ware; and new
t table ware in glass are some
I.I-l II.krLZZLL. of the latest arrivals.
G. VL LOOSLET,
t.- 1 fmf CJ j a
avC7 OtajUIUl AVR
G. O. HTJCK3TAIDT
Shop Poart Ara. at lt rf Md su.
' ROCK ISLAND.
Have youseen Schneider's ,
Men s Calf Shoes
If not. can aad . tbetn. Md u
iaced tnat w beat all com.
F0R8TTLE. . . ' . .'
Tirr a ty ,ia.i
FIT AND PRICE,
Our Mea'a Shoe east be beat.
We are Leaders la
T A rVTT?0 HTTAno