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THE ROCK ISLAND
, ,j ijhow vi hat this means. This name is a synonym of excellence;
Y"' tl.a'ineans more in quality, finish and every point of superiority
' w rt inti men's undergarments. Swits Conde undershirts and
h;,ve usually been sola at 3.uu Per garment. Within the past
'5,',,,u. oi he most enterprising merchants have sold them at $1.50.
S(!r ' , . ... .,i,r introduction.
V",K'' :ll nnQ , ant!..!
? ,,.,,( swits Conde underwear
'"V These uoods are celebrated throughout the length and breadth of
f !'i .-i l :i'id are known to be non-shrinking wool and guaranteed by the
l"'r ie Co. The styles are:
S-W line x -
sp.l.i riain tan brown.
pXo Tan brown ribbed.
t,-3 I.i'l.t brown. narrow ribbed.
x'S Lit :ht brown, wide derby ribbed.
(5.' Natural wool.
. in, tAirnrt t 1 1 : 1 1 ti
, ,.ii Simf.w.lHllckot(inai;iiimnti.of the maker, ami none are eennine
K ..l. others may imitate, bin the genuine Knits Conde will not be sold at IU0 at
,.1,. r I' in underwear this iwk we most mention ladies" ribbed winter vents
,r I -.'V. iiiiural wml rtbhod and plain alSiic, ladies' while merino vesta al2.Vaiul
.... irl. l dollar vesl and pants for T.
, v -ii i r' - tit 1 ti .-"' and MV which we will match aaint all comers. Mi n'i natural wool
.. ,,; ,ir.-iersai7V. fl.ni aa i ft 95.
. and natural wool shirts ul l.ic and up. We shall show thin week the largest ana
!. r. ir in Hie r-orlhwcsl for ladle-., men, boy-., irirls ami children. i;reat bar
v w,,,it Hid dk !hi--t!. f
1712. 1714. 1718. 1.718. 1730 and 1722 Second Avkndk.
D,. (,, 11 c ri tt-l among tho Indies since
,i, 1. 1 of t hone rlegint work and
, n. They are of Indian man-
Sl , m
aS. fiir, , hinI as tho product is very
,;, .,.,! i: j il.uititful if we will have any
n. . ,j s,,:is in. Call and make your
v,,,,.,,,. or wli-it Y'Mi want miy be gone.
1703 Second Avenue.
Copper-Smithing, Sheet Iron, Gas and
Steam Fitting, Also Sewer work.
BAKER & HOUSMAN,
Opposite Harpicr Horsx.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
TvO 1 1 1ST & ADLER,
Re-moved to 219 Seventeenth Street
IT. C. HOPPE,
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
lrish Cough Syrup:
Acta quickly. Is perfectly safe and never fails to cure all Long troubles.
Inllchie known for ail Kidney, Lang and Stomach trouble, ti
25c a Bottle Samples free.
lini! nTn . .' 1 . .
...... v-nsmg uoany iuu aozen
for menonour counters at tl.OOa
All for $11.
5 feet bamboo easels, 83c.
8x10 gilt frames, glass and mat, 30c.
SilO white and gold frames, fjiass
and mat, 3Tc.
Decorated window shaileg complete
wilh spring fixtures, 35c.
Pure Irish Linen stationery per lb.
Wall paper at cost.
1705 Second Ave.
for the Celebrated
I1A9 RECEIVED HIS
No 1808 Second avenne.
Rock Island, III.
10c, 25c and 50c Bottle.
and Liver Pills.
GEST AT HOME.
An Effort to Get Up a Demontitra
tionin His Behalf.
t'nrloaity Meeker tad Other Oat to
Nee the Khaw-What was Maid and
PonilfM-d-Hope MUM Macrrlas;.
For the last few days the Union was
undecided what to do in the way of speak,
ing about Mr. Gest's coming hom-j. It
wanted to talk about the grandiloquence
of his reception and tell what a grcit out
pouring there would be, but such atourse
would be treading upon danerouB
ground. If there could have been any
certainty that tbe people would enthuse
aye, there's tbe rub would they en
thuse? Would they turn out we&riDg
their hearts upon their sleeves, as i'. were,
and make the air resound with their
shouts as they called the clans together in
this year of jubilee? To say that all this
would be done and then to have a fizzle
would be confusion worse confounded, so
it was better to say nothing but w.ik like
beavers and trust in providence aid
colored lights. So providence was trusu d
and colored lights were bought.
From an Elm street druggist, an active
republican campaigner purchased six dol
lar's worth of chemical stuff for colored
lights, to be put up in half pound pack
ages. These packages were distributed
gratuitously to the democrats wl o lived
in the vicinity of tbe ltock Island station
at which Mr. Gest was to arrive. This
stuff was to be burned as long as it held
out to show to the world that even the
democrats were rejoicing at Mr Gest's
being at home and no doubt they were.
They had been wishing that very thing
for the past ten months. When the train
pulled in tbe small boys who wire sup
plied with the blue and green stuff "let
ber go Gallacher," and theueual "Ki-yiV
resounded. Four carriages wen; waiting
for Mr. Gest. These contained '.be faith
ful, and as they wended their way through
the streets down town they were followed
by no procession or parade. Tbe last
carriage of the four contained one soli
tary individual only one and he must
have felt like Kobinson Crusoe r n the isl
and, only not so happy. At the head of
the Flambeau club marched Boss Wells,
knocking Solomon into a coded hat as
be strode along arrayed in all his glory.
When Market square was ri-ac'ied Judge
Wilkinson made some introductory re
marks, most of which he read from man
uscript, in which be told who the man
was they were trying to honor and added
considerable about the labors it. congress.
In the dim tight, however, the judge
couldn't read his paper very well and tbe
people were itupalient. not car ng to hear
too much about tbe doings of Reed. Mc
Kioley & Company, and finally Mr. Gest
arose. Did the people cheer? Not they.
One might as well have looked for a cheer
at a funeral. Old timers who were used
Mr. Gest's orations said it waa the
greatest effort of his life, aid it truly
seemed to be an effort all the way through-
As his remarks were short they can be
easily reproduced. He thanked tbe peo
ple for coming out to meet hi n. lie was
glad be was home. He knew lie was home
when be struck the county. He felt he
was borne when he struck Chicago. He
didn't expect any outpouring like this.
He would shake hands all rot.nd the next
few weeks would have to. He didn't
ntend to talk politics. To Cneral Hen
derson belongs tbe credit of tbe Hennepin
canal. He did more than anyone else
than all combined. He would get him to
come here and everybody would be
glad. He saw Captain Marshall in
Chicago about the canal . who bad been
instructed to look after tbe work, and he
said that as soon ss tbey could get ready
the work would begin. Tho first thing is
to build a lock and dam at Milan; then
secure a right of way. He worked day
and night for the canal himself. He
made no speech. That was not eood
policy, be said Some of the others said
something, but as for himself he did his
talking on the outside. Before the elec
tion he wanted to talk to t ie people here
in a plain, old-fashioned v.'ay because he
bad been nominated for a third term, and
he would go in and win if that were pos
sible, lie would have to do it or the
people would kick him. "But," he said,
in conclusion, "I have a wife and babiea
at borne that I must go and see, and I
want you all to come along."
He sat down, and as tie did so there
fell over tbe assembled crovd a peace
that passeth all undersu.nding. Many
had been waiting for Mr. Gest to define
his position or to explain his reasons for
sanctioning by his vote rhe Iniquities of
tbe late congress, but upon all these
matters be was as dumb as an oyster, and
instead of dwelling upon dams at Milan,
other kinds of damns we-e uttered. The
torch-bearers gathered themselves U'
eelher, the carriage containing Mr. Gest
moved away, and the pejple were asking
each other, 'what did bu say?" The Og-
lesby pow-wow was bail enough surely.
hut this reception of Gest was all that
could lie l ioked for a f uneral.
Ornamrata far the aqairr.
Daring the summer Mr. R. R. Cable
expressed himself as much pleased with
the beautifying of Spencer square and in
timated a desire as a former resident of
Rock Island to contri bute something in
that line. Mr. H. Bose. of the United
States engineers' office in this city, draft
ed a very fine design for an ornamental
archway, which Mr. H. B. Sudlow. while
in Chicago lately, submitted to Mr. Ca
ble. Tbe design was very satisfactory to
Mr. Cable and he authorized Mr. Jackson
to have erected over the square entrances
on Second avenue two archways of the
Bosse design. This provides for the
northeast and northwest entrances. Tbe
question now is, who is the public spirit
ed citizen who will provide for the other
entrances and help tbe good work along
ratn af Mra. Merer.
Mrs. Sophia Meyer, wife of Herman
Meyer, of this city, a ho was aent to,the
insane asylum at Elgin a short time ago.
died in that institution on Sunday night
last at 9 o'clock. Tl e remains were res
turned to this city last night and will be
buried at 10 o'clock tomorrow, tbe funeral
taking place from tl e German Catholic
church. She leaves four children, the
eldest thirteen and tbe youngest six
months. Her own i.ge was thirty-eight,
She was, a sister of Chas. Hildebrand.
On last Monday ivening the following
officer of Rock Is and lodge. No. 18, L
O. O. F., were duly installed:
N. G Jaa. Guth impeea.
V. G. Curtis B. Inox.
Iiec. Sec D. F. KrelL
THE HAPPY MAN.
Niarihl( t'onrtraiaf nr. Wlatta
Wte la to be Married Tonight.
Of the prospective bridegroom the Chi
cago Tribwte gives an interesting sketch.
Mr. William Dwight Wiman is the con
structor of the Yerkes electric fountains
in Lincoln Park, Chicago. He is a grad
uate in the electrical course from the Le
high university at Bethlehem. Pa., and
has been a practical electrician for some
years. For two years he put in ten hours
a day, in a pair of overalls, as a common
workingman in the Edison establish
ment. Mr. Edison, who has a deep
interest in him, declares that bis
knowledge of electricity is much more
profound and far-reaching than that of
any other young man who has gone
out from that shop. After this ex
perience he went abroad on a tour of in
spection, and acquired the friendship of
numerous prominent electricians, among
them Sir Francis Bolton, inventor of the
electrical fountains. Mr. Wiman has
spent most of the summer electing the
fountains at Chicago. Tbe regular busi
ness employment, however, of the young
bridegroom Ib that of superintendent of
the Richmond Light, Heat and Power
company of Staten Island. Among the
wedding gifts will be the deed to a beau
tiful home from Mra. Wiman, who has
spent the last few months in beautifying
and making most attractive this present
to her daughter. It is side by side with
the house of the bride's sinter in-law.Mrs.
Walker, between whom there has been
for many years the closest friendship.
WHY IT HAS 1)0 A K.
Kohianon KBf urmt Had the Brirtce
t'loard aad oi the llork Inland.
Last Sunday the Union said in sub
Stance that the Rock LKnd road was in
favor of keeping the bridge closed to the
public. All there is to this is tbt the
story is not true. The whole matter Is
simply this: Captain Robinson desired
the bridge closed to the public so that he
could run his ferry and reap the profits
thereby. Captain Robinson, like most of
men, was attending to his own business
and making money, aud the public might
be Vanderbilted. That wa9 m t bis
lookout, and in this there is nothing un
usual. The Mrange part of the matter is
that he got Mr. Gest to help him carry
out his scheme. Mr. Gesi tried to keep
the bridge closed to accommodate Cap
tain Robinson and thus entail an injury
upon the people. The Rock Island rail
road had nothing to do with it.
AT THE ALTAI I.
Thane H hi w ill l.-nd Their Prenence
and AiiNlalanrr Tliln Kventna.
The following are the bridesmaids at
the wedding at Moline tonight:
M isses Florence and Harriett Ptillmau.
Chicaeo: Misses Eva and Hester Kim
ball. Chicago; Mifca Mabel Cady, Moline;
Miss Nettie Wiman, New York, and Miss
Catherine Deere. Moline.
Aa the service will be in the Episcopal
church there will be only one groorasmaD,
Mr. Harry Wiman.
The ushers are: Frank Wiman, New
York; Marsh, Staten Island;
Tram.New York; Wm. Butterworth.O.iio;
Delia Cady. Moline; Fred Kinney and
Fay Lynde, Rock Island.
At tbe meeting of Davenport lodge
No. 37. A. F. & A. M. Monday night the
following resolutions were adopted con
cerning the death of Judge W. L. Cook,
formerly of this city:
Whereas, It has pleased tbe all wise
Being whom we recognise as tbe maker
and supreme master of the universe to
transport our beloved brother from his
labors here into his immediate presence
n me great east; tuererore
Reaolrtd, That in the death of Brother
W. L. Cook. Davenport Lodge No. 37. is
deprived of a skillful craftsman and a
ResolreJ, That while we keenlv realize
the great loss which makes us now to
mourn; we bow in submission to the
afflicting providence and accepting its
great Masonic lesson, tht we are surely
moving upon the level of time to that un
discovered countr? Irom whose bourne
no traveler returns; we wi 1 cherish the
memory of his good deeds and strive to
emulate his virtue.
Jieiolred, That tbe silken cord of sym
pathy binds us in a mutual crief lo the
widow and children and relatives of our
lino! at d. That our lodee room be
draped with the usual insignia of mourn
ing and that these resolutions be spread
upon tbe boo us ot this lodge and that
tbey he published in the daily papers and
a copy furnished to the family of tbe de
T. V. Blakkmore,
G. Duffi N,
M. S. Dwirk,
I )' Maiidmara,
4 John Tindall to Susan B Williams.
lots 4 and 9, block 6. old town of Milan.
Thomas S Silvia to Oswald Thiele. lot
3, block 8. Bnggs Place, Rock Island
Thomas Sugar to W D Sugar, part of
lot s, diock ju, old town Moline. ?30).
6 M A Rodman to Andrew Bladel. lot
7, M A Rodman a addition to Rock Isl
a A Uox to Anna S Enowlton. lot 1
block 15. sub division Spencer & Case's
addition to Koc.k Island, (500.
Andrew Letsch to Fredericke Dorbeck,
f J ei wj nwj. 8. 17. lw. $1,400.
Christian Dorbeck by heirs to Freder
icke Dorbeck. f e wj, nwj and part of
n s w nw. , 17. 1, flu.
E H Ouyer to E W Hurst, lots 15 and
16. block 2. lots 2. 6. 20 and 22, block
3. lots 3, 4, and 8, block 4. part of lots 9
and 11. block 1. lota 15 and IS. Lljck 2,
lots 6. O and 22. b'ock 3 and lots 3. 4.
and part of 8, block 4. College Heights
addition to Rock Island. 9 1.375.
E W Hurst to J W Caldwell, lot 11
block 1, College Heights addition to Rock
Island, f 2.500.
J L Baney to A H Wendt. lot 4. block
12. old town of Fort Byron. t5"0.
J. Blandel to Charles Nessler. lot 2,
diock 20, UDicago or lower addition to
Rock Island, f 400.
G Mixter to Nicholas Juhle, part of out
tot Vi. an, is, 2W, sstki.
6 Estate of Susan A. Schnell. Re
port of notice to creditors filed; Eugene
Lewis appointed to defend estate against
claim of William Schnell. executor; claim
Heard and allowed. 1 305 in first claim.
250 in second class and 399 in seventh
Estate of L A Baker; claim of guar
uiau t jiaaer, iz4.uo: -allowed in sev
Estate of John Dickinson; proof of no
tice in official atttlement filed and ap
proved; estate closed and executrix dis
charged. Estate of Peter Holzhammer; proof of
notice to creditors filed: claims allowed.
Estate of J Warnock; report of sale of
real estate presented, hearing thereon and
report disapproved, and administrator
ordered to readvertise.
Estate of Jas Van Horn; report of dis
tribution Bled and approved; estate cloeed
ami YMMlttr riias.h a rnaA
The worst cases of scrofula, salt ibeum
and other diseases of the blood, art cured
by Hood's Barsaparilla.
AltbrUS. WJKJJJSESDAY, OCTOBER K
flTV THAT 1
Via X VUaii . I
Ask for Blood Orange gum.
Millinery opening at McCabe Bros.
Chew Blood Orange gum and be happy.
Mrs. General Rodman is at the Har
per. "The latest" Elder's Blood Orange
Mrs. M. A. Rodman. Chicago, is at the
"All like it." What? Blood Orange
Tbe Rodman Rifles went to Galesburg
tlay ISO strong.
Mr. Samuel Heagy. of Hampton, is in
the city today.
Mr. C. O. Gaver. of tbe Rock Island.is
Mr. Fred C. Hemenway is attending the
reunion at Gilesburg.
The Flambeaus will hereafter be known
as the lone sixteen.
Judge Adams has gone to Chicago. He
will return on Friday.
Mrs. J. T. Lovett. Chicago, will witness
the Deere nuptials tonight.
John T. CampNII and Misj Maggie
Yamea were married today.
Mr. John Ely left for Cordova this
afteruoon on a visit to friends.
Swits conde underwear (the genuine)
98c at Simon & Mosenfeldei's.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Sinnet went to
Galesburg today to see the president.
Now is the time and Geo. Sulci ffe's is
the place to buy your wall paper at cost.
By the C. B. & Q. train there went to
Galesburg about 150 peopte from this
We still have a fair selection of Hyles
C linen collars at 5c. Simon & Mosen
felder. Boys' overcoats considered cheap at 5
only CO at the Golden Eagle closing
Mr. N. Root. Huron, Dakota, is in the
city Mailing bis daughter, Mrs. W. S.
go regardless of
prices at the Golden Eagle closing out
A marriage license has been issued to
Wm. A. Range aed Miss Carrie T. Biro
Do not forget that George Sutcliffe is
selling out his magnificent line of wall
paper at cost.
Go lo George Sutcliffe s and purchase
your new wall paper before the assort
meot is broken.
Men's suits sold everywhere at 14 to
$i5, only $9 25 at tbe Golden Eagle
cJjsing out sale.
Call eaily and avoid the rush for that
elegant wall paper that Geo. Sutcliffe is
selling at cost.
Fall and winter pattern hats and hon
nets to he opened on Thursday and Fris
day at McCabe Bros.
Dr. Plummer joined the throu? who
wished to have a look at tbe nation's ex
eculive at Galesburg today.
Special 5K) men's latest style neck
wear your choice only 15 cents, at the
Golden Eagle closing out sale.
Hon. J. S. Cochran, of Freeport, ar
rived in tbe city today for the purpose of
attending the Wiman Deere nuptials.
Mr. II. C. Whitridire. who went to Cal
ifornia for bis health, is now on bis way
home, but without improvement.
The house No. 922 Second avenue for
rent. Two stories, seven rooms, in good
order. luquire at 1103 Second avenue.
Mr. Angus P. Smith, of New York.Mr.
Krastmus Wiman attorney, is at the
Harptr and will attend the wedding to
Mr. J. B. Harton. a wealthv iron man
of Pittsburg, is at the Harper and will
participate in this evening's bymenul fes
tivities. Tomorrow and Friday occurs the mil
inery event of tbe season. Mr(
Bros.' opening exhibit of pattern hats and
Wa'l paper at Your own nrice. and all
tbe latest designs to select from, at the
well known wall paper house of George
Mr. Addison Rush, of Edgington. will
purchase the Fish homestead from Mr. E.
E. Parmenter for a residence, for which
be will pay $ SjO.
M. E. Lloyd has sold out bis fish and
oyster business to E. E. Lloyd, but will
still act as manager at the new market,
1425 Second avenue.
Mr. George Wolienhaupt, the tonsoria
artist st Third avenue and Tenth street,
is the proud father of a fine son born
Tbe collar and cuff sale at Simon i
Mosentelder's was a great success. Pure
linen collars at 5c and linen cuff-t at 10c
are no every day occurrence.
It is sud all electric work on the street
railway will he stopped in Davenport un
til the council aereea to release the com
pany from the f 500 license.
Simon & Mosenfclder sold Swiu Conde
un-lerwear all last winter at 9Sc. As
goods are no higher this year the same
price wilt be maintained.
Mrs. C. G. Gaver and Mrs. C. W. Ne
gus have been in St. Louis since Monday
gazing ou the Veiled Prophet. They !
will return the latter part of the week.
William Frysinger at Milan, has been
bound over t tbe January term of the
circuit court in bond of $1,500. which
was signed by his father and mother.
Capt. J. C. Avres and wife, who is the
daughter of General Rodman, are at the
Harper. Tbey will attend the Deere wed
ding. Tbe captain is stationed at Oma
The exclusive styles in fine pattern bats
and bonnets which McCabe Bros, will
show on Thursday and Friday, will no
doubt be copied by enterprising compel
Congressman Gest's mounted escort
consisted of two horsemen last evening.
Tbe 500 postal cards issued as Invitations
couldn't have been properly distributed bv
Simon & Mosenfeldei are showing a
superb line of black cheviot suits, in cut
away and single and douLl!-breasted sacs.
Step in and take a 1 ok at them, aa tbey
are going fast.
The London Clothine company's Urge
show windows attract every passer by
and their opening which will occur before
long will be one of tbe events of tbe year
in tbe three cities.
There would have been no surprise
manifested had Gest "missed the proces
sion" last night If tbe band bad not in
dicated its whereabouts it would hardly
have been visible to the naked eye.
It is said that Boas Wells is out these
nights on the lonely streets learning to
walk backwards so that he may be fully
prepared to take the place of drum major
whenever be is called upon.
The handwriting on the wall last night
was as plain as a pikestaff. It was a lit
tle wobbly and what might be termed a
boyish hand, but it could be read all right
Even Gest himself could read it
Boss Wells is not conspicuous enough
in tbe ranks of the Flambeau club. He
should change places with tbe dram ma
jor, where he could do himself justice.
In twirling a stick he woul i be a daisy.
Winfred Evans, of Moline, mentioned
in tbe A Boca, who worked at Sechler's
carriage factory, has not yet. returned
home. Some have it that he returned one
night and threatened to kill bis wife with
Mr. M O Reiley, who was lately re
lieved irom me position ol mail carrier by
Congressman Gest, has opened a brass
foundry at ISO? Second ayenue. Moline.
O Reiley is a good workman, aad should
A corps of ten competent milliners will
be in attendance at McCabe Bros, mil
liner j exhibit lata week, and la readiness
both to show too all the choice novelties
in patterns or to take your order for a
sew aat or bonnet.
' Tbe Union attempts to ridicule those
who formerly supported Gest and are
now working for Cable.
ont tha nolicv InHir.t
If it follows
oat tbe policy indicated by its action so
iar or maligning these gentlemen individ
ually, it will be kept busy from now un
Boss Wells went to Galesburg toiy
and will most likely ask the president to
have Wanamaker come over here and see
how he runs a postoffice that is, as soon
as Wanamaker gets rid of his stock of
tinware purchased before the rise by tar
Mr. Gest having worn himself out in
Washington getting tbe Hennepin canal
Into shape will be scarcely expected to
enter the congressional race with that
vim and eloquence so characteristic of the
gentleman. Mr. Wells will see to it that
he baa a helping band.
Mr. Gest said he worked day and night
for the Hennepin canal. That must have
accounted for the weary look be bore
when talking to the people in the square.
All that can be said now is, "Mr. Gest.
you shouldn't have done it. You must
look after your health, my dear."
Miss Mary F.Taylor, who has been
suffering for six years, died last night at
5 o'clock at the resieence of her sisier,
Mrs. N. C. Tyrrell, corner of Twelfth
avenue and Thirteenth street. Moline.
She was 53 years of sge last March.
Funeral at 2 p m. tomorrow from the
Men's suspenders. 12 cents; good un
derwear, 25 cents; Rx-kford socks, 5
cents; pBper colltrs 5 cents per box; good
cloves, 35 cents; working jackets. 25
cents; men's pants, 68 cents; and hun
dreds of other bargains at the Golden Ea
g e losing out Bile.
To convince every one that the closing
out sale at the Golden Eagle is no adver
tising scheme, the proprietor has deposit
ed $500 in the bank, tbe same to lie paid
to the Industrial Home association if this
store and stock is not closed up by Jan.
1. A word to tbe wise iB sufficient. Now
is the time to secure bargains.
The grandest line of fall overcoats ever
'own in this pan of tbe eountrv can be
seen at Simon & Mosenfelder's. Assort
ments include Kersly'a in ten different
shades. Meltons in five colors. The
rial Irish frieze. Black cheviots. Eng
lish Thibets, worsted and cassimere. In
fact any fabric suitable for an overcoat.
Joe Bradshaw was found this morning
by Officer Kramer lying in an alley tiff
Market square in such a drunken condi
tion that he couldn t tell anything except
his nsme.and then it was thought he was
guessing at. He had something over a
dollar in change in his pockets and was in
possession of the earth besides. He is
locked up at the station.
Miuned the Hand.
Yesterday afternoon tbe bond given by
the city to the United States government
in the sum of ?8.500 for any injury that
might be done property-holders contigu
ous to the proposed viaduct, was signed
by Mr. Ben T. Cable and Mr. Fred Wev-
The stage of the water was 2.70 at
noon; the temperature on the bridge 70.
Down: Verne Swain, Isaac Staples,
West Rambo and I rene D. L p: Pauline,
Emma. Verne Swain. West. Rambo, Irene
D., J. G. Chapman, A. J. Whitney.
Oysters at Krell & Math's.
Go to Hoi brook's, Davenport, for car
pets and silk curtains.
ritt class tailors wanted;
non-union by F. C. Hoppe.
Send your friends to Krell & Math's
for a dish or can of fresh oysters.
CU and sec the hand-carved bed room
suites at Uolbrook'a, Davenport.
Parlor suites and fancy chairs of every
description at Hoi brook's, Davenport.
Ice cream always on hand and served
by the dish all winter at Kitll & Math's.
A handsome line of book cases and
Cibinets just received at Holbrnok's, Dav
enport. An elegant assortment of dining tables,
chairs and hat racks at Holbrook's, Dav
enport The Crown dining hall. No. 1703 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish jou
the best meal in the city for 25 cents. A.
B. Johnson, proprietor.
f 50.INX) to loan on real estate security,
in sums of $200 and upward, at loweat
current rates of interest, without com
mission. E. W. Hurst Attorney at
law. Rock Island.
Bear in mind we do not quit making i:e
cream when cold weather sets in. and you
can cet it in any quantity in the coldest
weather. Remember Krell A Math's and
get the best.
The members of the G. A. R. and W.
K. t ., of this city, are cordially invited to
attend the first annua hop of John Mor
ris camps S. V. U S. A. of Rock Island,
to be held at Armory hall,' Fridav, Oct
10. 1S90. J. H. I.iddkrs. Capt.
M. B. Eli.s. First Supl.
W ben you want a nice dish of fresh
oysters step in to Krell Jfc Math's and or
der them up in any style.
Query? Can. curing: a couch with Dr.
Bull a Cough Syrup, be called bulltinc a
30 per cant redaction for the next dsr
on Baggrieaanil Spriug Waon.
No. 1610, IKIiI and 1614. Third Avc
It tb cheapen place in tba conmjr to boy Cu--rlagn.
Busies, Punts, Oils, etc .
ur arms or
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of tbe loan.
Interest ? per cent aeml annually, coluKtf d and
remitted free ot chafa.
E. W. HURST,
Attorwky at Law
Room t and 4 sT aaoolc Tempi,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Lloyd & Stewart,
J (pats. cj
tack Bnadacbe and rrliera all the trooblaa me
detit to a biUuna atato o( tho sjstmn. such a
IMzziness, Nuuea, Drowsiness. Distress after
eating. Pain in th Sidn, ho. While thuirmoss
reoaarkabla aoooaas haa been ahovn in curing
equally val ukblo in Conntiptulon. ruring and pre
Venting thiaannnylnff complaint.whil thtry also
Jivor and regulate the bowel. rtm II tuonly
'Ar)athy wmild be armoet pHcntm to thntve mf,
affcr from thUilwtrtwingcoirtplaiut; batfortu
BMely thfMrfpKxlamfld'W-a notod hra,and thou)
rho once try ibem will find these little pills valu
Hble In no many ways that they will not ho wit.
ling to do without them But after allcicfc betvl
(lp. the bona of as many Uvea that hra In nhera
reniakeour(;reatbout. Oar pills core It vhlla
Others do not.
' Cartrr'a Little Liver Pills are vnrr mull and
very hit to take. One or two pilla makaa doee.
Tlmy are strictly rentable and do not gripe or
porp. bnt by their gentle action please all who
tuietuain. In vialKat'iScenU; UvefortU SoU
by dr agitata everrahwe, or sent by niaU.
CARTE" MEDICINE CO., New York.
SMALL PILL SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE
HEMIST j Ifc
K ISLAND. ! ; T
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THEM
.he.tet and brrt place in the paper for
Wanis." Lot." and "Ktnt, notice.
Only one half cent a word. Everybody reads this
column, i ry n .
SB1Nl-IIANi FtHMTl'KK. honitht. sold
or eicharnri-d. V-m.-v loaneit or Fnrnitare
stored at Southeast corner Perry and Third Sis.,
TOR SAI.K VAUABt.K PATENT IM-
A. provement on Kievaiors. Now in operation at
Mar Finishing Work". a.i.S Hsmllton M.. I'hilada.
Pa: preserves life and hm!: for full (K rt.iii.ars
appij to nimi j. Ai.Khli. inventor.
WASTED WB HAVE D PI-A'ES F 'K
ihoce oot of enuilovment ; giiod pay. Will
bepea-d lo have jou call and ee n. at Com-
mi'riiu notei, i tot o'clock. A C KO-1'KK.
TTTAMTEII TO RENT TWO OR
iirniued room It li-'lit tmiiae- kseDini.
Call or addre-.il . W . Will, y, 1501 Slid are. Kock
TTANl tl) An .11 live Traveling Saleoman to
VV sell a general line of our Merchandise 'o
mercnants only, (.c.xl ws'e and expenses paid.
w noicsalc office ;v"i-i:. W abinton m , Chicago.
TTT ANTED A PLACE IN A
v v f
family bv a man and hi-, wife: the man
tbinMiKhly aciitain'rd with the duties incidental
lo the care of horses, and the woman is a corn-
peient nonse Keeper. Hct references given.
Auan-.. A AKIjL. omce.
TTT ANTED. A LA BY TO MANAGE A
VV Hraurb office, at ber own home, for tbe Fa-
mon Female iwcific "t'ranse Lily": a spl
opportunity: address with stamp. The Dr. I
ley Medical Institute. South Bend lnd.
WANTED TO SELL NL'hsEHY
situations permanent, salary and ex
penses, or commission, fmtn start. No expert
enee necessary, t limit free. Write fur terms,
statins:ai:e II. E. ilUoh.tR CO .Nurserymen.
TTT ANTED GENERAL STATE AGENT To
v v open Headquarters m some principal city,
assume exclusive nintml rf nnr Im.in.... ....I ....
point local and sub-agents in every city in ttie
state: froods well known, staple as dour, in uni
versal demand, and pay a tut t mGt of SO to pal
percent. Address Til K LNION COMPANY,
T VMBKR-LUMBBR VAKU
AmI all grade,
can eeenre steadv rir.tilniiii.nt
the lumber yards of Chicairo at from' St. 7.)
Ji i tier day on anpllcat'on in person to E. E.
HOOFhR. Secretary of the Chicago Lumber
a-d Dealer's Assticiation. rtviro lilH chamlier of
iwnmerre, s. ,. corner l-aallc aud Wa?hin?ton 1
streets, t. nicatfo. ill.
ATTORNEY AT LAW Office with J. T. Ken
worthy, 175 second Avenue.
JACKSON A Hl'ltST,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office in Rock Island
naauonal liana Uuiidicg, Rock Island. 111.
a. o. vwaixar. c. u. viliil
SVYEEXET A WALKER,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
JlOflice m Beneston a block. Rock Island. 111.
MtEMKY Jc M.EXIK1,
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan money on cood
security. make collections. K, fnrenre Miieh.
ell Lynde. bankers. Office In Poetorace block.
THE DAILY AlUilS.
FOR SALE EVERY EYSNING at Crimpton a
News htaud. Five eenta per copy.
DR$. KCTIIEKFORD & BUTLER,
(JRADt'ATESOF THE ONTARIO VETKRNA-
vi ry co ll ere. e ternary Phvicianf anr Sunreons.
Office. Tmdall's Liveryatahle; Residence: over
Asters Bakery, markei square.
Teaches W students a
trade an' then starts
them in railroad service.
neun nrr circulars.
VALENTINE BROS .
1W1 Jakk'ville. Wis.
Salesmen" "II D
To sell our food hr sample to wholesale and re
tall trade. We are the Unrest manufacturers la
our line. Liberal salary paid. Permanent posi
tion. Money advanced for wares, advertising.
, CO.. Cblcaro, T!l.
To sell the popular M. E. ADJL'STAftl.K KlIRV
COKKT. It is worn by Ladies wishing comfoit
ana a good rorra. ror panicolars address
" ELGIN CORSET CO.,
Btraa Sraarr. EVOlS. ILL.
WM. 0. KULP.D. D.S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Rooms SS.S7.3S aad S9.
Take Elevator. DAVENPORT. I A,
J. M. GASPARD,
Library BaiMlne. DaTenrjort, Iowa. Call for
tisaatea and see work before roiag to Chicago.
Promptly aad neatly cucated by U Aaaoa Jo
laT laaai lal aataattaa waM to CoasinlaJ work '
rail imlimlF. t. f-.-i- . . '.
r aaia aia a a. Wuj-aVbtt.
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,
75o 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.
30 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
Hock Island. Illinois.
Have the largest establishment West of Chicago.
PONT FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEIYIANN & SALZ,,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 123 Sixteenth Street,
INCORPORATED UNDER THE THE STATE LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, TT.T.,
Open dally from 9 a. m. to 4 p m., and Svtarday evenlnfa front T to 8 o'clock.
Five per cent interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal,; Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
E. P. REYNOLDS. Pres. T C. DENKMANM, Vice Pre. j. M. BDrOBO, Caahiar.
f. Mitchell. K P.Reynolds. P. O. Denkmann. John Orabaeesj f W l.wmA
i. J. Rcimers, L. Hlmon. K
r"!!! heein business July a, ia). and will
nntil new bank is completed.
Our prices are so much lower and our Goods of so ranch superior qual
ity that every lady owes it to herself to visit onr Millinery Department
before purchasing elsewhere.
MRS. P. GREENAWALT
1704 SECOND AVENUE,
AND WINDOW SHADES,
At prices, which like quality, we defy competion.
We thank you sioceraly for yoar past farort, aad ber ptadxa yoa oar beat eforta ht be '
future. Onr dealings shall be characterized by protapwesa aad taa strictest tatantt. to
onr mutual interests. .
KANN & HUCKSTsAEDT,
No. 1811 and 1S13 Second avenue.
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
No. 2606 Fifth Avenue, BOCK ISLAND
New stoie. new stock, tbe best aood. at the loweat prlcea, A share of aatroaare aoUcttaA. '
House and Sign Painter.
Firsl-claa Graining and Paper Hanging.
P. O. B.1I 872.
Makes Shoes look new. Soften.
Leather. We recommend it
GEO. SOHNEEDEE, Jr.,
i9i Fifth ATonae, , 1818 Beoowl AraBue. -:
Beyaold'a Block. . . Harper Booaa Block. .
Double fold flannels S5o m yd.
Dress Hannels, 62 In, 49o yd.
Plaids and stripes, all wool 4o
yd. and up
New robes In late combinations.
Worsted stripes 29o a yd.
Cashmeres, all wool, 42 in. 6O0 a yd
Robes, bordered, few left at $l&0
Trimmings In latest styles Just
We will be pleased to havtv yom in
spect our larga stock. . v ::
W. Him, 1.
occupy banklnc rooi
and still wear S
Q. O. HUCKSTAXDT
Shop Pourtt Are. bat. t! aad nd ata. '
. ROCK ISLAND.
Have you Been Schneider's
If not, can aad aee them, aat be eo-V
ineed that we beat aH oo.
4 pstluoa. - . . '
4 ITT AND PRICS.
Our llen'a Shoes caat be beat.
We are Leaden la
at loweat price. All we aak ' ; '
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lll1ilWi.WHlU); yWJ7T s.TTvrrixf r-.r-ej it J71 nS;i f n? -a