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PLUMBING. GAS AND
A nd IIoitsk FcRNisniNo Goods.
; "Steamboat and Distillery Work a Specialty.
lBt2 SECOND AVENUE,
H ,.. Im i ii f rr itril among the lailies since
th ri- -: i t of tti9i eli'trint work ami
fcn- tm-U't. They are of Indian man-ufs.-tniv,
ami as the product is very
lui i'' ! i' i iloiililful if we will have any
(r r- tins se is n. Call anil mike your
or whv Vf"i want may he nt'.
1703 Second Avenue.
A. J. SMITH & SON,
F .". k. K now rfpleti n ith Novelt ie. .'nil uol compare our stock and prit-s.
A. J. SMITH & SON,
!-'" an.l 127 Wet Third Street, Opp. Masonic Temple, DAVENPORT
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lil'. Twentieth iSL,
And Postoffice Block, Moline. ROCK ISLAND.
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ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
IvO U N & ADLEE,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
K. C. HOPPE,
vm us n Mir,1 ri. ?r.i-- a
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
lrish Cough Syrupy
Acts quickly, is perfectly-safe and never fails to cure all Lung troubles.
Medicine known for all Kidney, Long and Stomach troubles. Is
Thomas' Kidney and Liver Pills.
26c a Bottle Samples free.
Stat Iron fori
5 feet bamboo easels, 83c.
8x10 gilt frames, glass and mat, 30c.
8x10 white and gold frames, glass
and mat, 35c.
Decorated window shades complete
with spring fixtures, 35c.
Pure Irish Linen stationery per lb.
Wall paper at cost.
1705 Second Ave.
ur:.nt!v. BfciKLMmitt Lines.
HAS Nk( KIVKD HIS
No 1808 Second avenue.
HOCK ISLAND, ILL.
10c, 25c and 50c Bottles.
Drnggist, Rock Island.
Other Things That Mr. Gert Has to
What the JIar Makers Ars Thlaklax
A ban I sad What They Hheald Do A
w Yark Inporier the Whale
A short time ago at a mee .ins of the
cigar makers in Canton, this state, resolu
tions were passed denomcirg the pas
sage of the schedule in the McEinley bill
relating to cigars, and refusing to sup
port any candidate who would not pledge
himself to yote for its repeal. What they
should do is to vote agaic et every man
who gave his support to the measure, and
never mind his promises 1 8 to what he
will do in the future. Look to what he
has done in the past. In Canton there
are 25,000,000 cigars made each year.
Post is in that district. He voted for the
schedule as did Gest in this. The Mon
mouth Democrat says: x
Gest is in the same boat with Post in
this matter, neither of them bad the nerve
to vote against ibis injustice to a large
number of their constituent. Monmouth
cigar makers cumber more than 100 aod
they will doubtless remember Gest's
cowardice by casting their yotes against
m. Tuts is the only way we know of
expressing their views in regard to the
mi rviuiey out.
The old rate of tax on leaf for cigar
wrappers not stemmed, was .75; the new
rate is $2; for stemmed, oi l rate, $ 1 ; new
rate, $2.75; cigars, cigarettes and cher
oots, old rate, $2 50; new me, f 4 50, and
25 per cent.
Mr. Joseph Park, a men.bcr of the well
known New York importing and mercan
tile firm of Park & Til fori, g.ivs:
The m09t marked chsi ge in our trade
will be in cigars. We det.l exclusively in
imported cigars. and consequently our en
tire list is sffected. The present tariff is
50 a pound and 25 per cent ad valorem
on cigars, and the new tariff wll raise
the specific duty to f 4.50 a pound, leav
ing the ad valorem duty unchanged. The
average weight of imported cicars is
about eleven and a half pounds a thous
and, and the increase of .Ititv will conse
quently amount to about 2:5 a thousand,
or $2 30 a hundred.
Naturaliy it will to some extent curtail
the sale of imported cignn. It may also
serve to increase the cost to the consumer
of domestic cigars, as Hey West cigars
especially are likily to follow the import
ed grades in their inevitable advance.
There is to be an increase in the duty on
imported tobacco also and a large share
of the better brands of domestic tnanu
factured cigars are made in whole or in
port of imported stock.
The sclual result to the smokers of
good cigars will b an advance of from
two and a half to three cents on each ci
gar, and to heavy smokers this means a
consi'lerablo sum annually.
One result of the increased tariff will
undoubtedly be to invite competition for
our domestic manufat turers. It is al
ready announced that some of the Havun
na manufacturers are preparing to move
their establishments to Key West.
Carrriac 1 lunr-ella.
The Cniira say:
"If an umbrella is required to rover
every misrepresentation of the MrKinlcy
bill it will keep all th.; democrats in the
country busy until after election carrying
It is not only the misrepresentation
made by its supporters that is required to
be covered. It is tie representations
made by its friends t.s well, and it will
take something better than umbrella to do
it. An umbrella may cover the head, but
it will hardly cover the feet that are
taxed an additional 25 per cent on the
cost of shoes. It wi.l not cover the In
creased advance in clothing of all de
scriptions which everybody must have.
And in what way will it rover hardware,
glassware, crockery, n.edicine, woolens,
silks, hosiery and iverythlng, without
enumeration, that coes into daily con
sumption? It wi.l rot only keep every
democrat busy until ifter election pulling
the umbrt 11 away, but every republican
ill be found holding it in place for as
long a time as the McKinley bill is in ex
istence. As Mr. Gest voted for this bill he will
be required to carry a large umbrella from
now until election. lie th mid have one
made of protected t ,n.
I.MI ichi'a ( oarer I.
L-ist evening at the Sunday school
room or the ltroadway Presbyterian
church, the bentfit concert for the South
Park chapel took p ace. The audience
was a gratifwns one. desnite the rain.
and the net amount realized was $32.
The progamme was- of the choicest char
acter, and was received with apprecia
tion. Much credit, for the success of the
entertainment and for the pleasure ren
dered is due Miss Lizzie Weyerhauser,
asNistantsuperinteidcnl of the school.
The "Song of the Whip-poor-Will" by
the quartette; the "Four Travellers," by
Mr. Sperry; "Angels' Serenade," by Mi?s
Msrgaret Dart; ' Valse de Concert," bv
Miss Blanche Bufurd; "A Maiden's Song,"
by Miss Blaketley, atd the selection ren
dered by Mrs. Mitchell were all will re
ceivea. &ga naanisnu, a f eraian, aps
Beared in native costume, and gave se
lections of Persian music. Instrumental
music by Mrs. John Weyerhauser on the
piano and Miss Lulu Eoehler on the
violin, were No pleasant features.
Munl ay Mt-rvlrra.
At the United Presbyterian church.
freaching at ill: 15 a. m . by the pastor.
Rey. H. C. Marnhall. Subject. "Power
to Become." Kvening service at the
usual hour. Young people's meeting at
6:45 p. m.
At the Christian church, services to
morrow at 10:45 a. m. and 7.30 p. m ,
conducted by the pastor. Rev. T. W,
Grafton. Morning subject: "The-Every
where Present Ood." Evening subject:
" i ne lime as a itasis or uhrisuan tn
ion." Sunday sx hool at 9:15 a. m. Young
people a meeting at 6:30 p. m.
At the Central Presbyterian church.
services morning and evening; preach
ing by the pastor, the Rev. Jno. H. Kerr.
Morning subject: "The Divinity of
Christ," at 9:30 a. m. Y. P. 8 C. E at
6:45 p. m. South Rock Island Ssbbath
school at 2:30 p. m.
At the First M. E. cbnrch, preaching at
iu :4.1a. m. ann 7-3ti p. m.. by the pastor,
the Rev. G. W. Gue. Morning subject
"The Qualification Necessary to Enter
the Kingdom of God." Evening subject
"An Honorable Service." Sunday school
at V:lo a. m., J. tr. Kobinson, superin
tendent. Young people's meeting st 6:30
p.m., l. Adams, leader.
At the First Baptist church, preach
ing at 10:45 a mM by the pastor, the
Rev. Dr.Tay or. Morning subject: "Fit
ly Joined Together in Christ the Head.'
At 7:30 p. m., "Life's Outlook for Young
nen. Sunday school at 9:39 a. m.. J
W. Welch, s iperin tendent. Young peo
ple s meeting at 6:30p . m., with a bible
reading, entitled, "The Gospel Rilroad,
by the pastor. Mission school at the
Forty-fourth street chapel at 3 p. m, Mr.
C U Williaris, superintendent. Preach
mg at 7:30 p. m. by Mr. Charles
Chapter 1: Weak, tired, no appetite.
Chapter 3: Took Hood's Sareapanlla.
Chapter S: Strong, cheerful hungry.
THE HOCK ISLAND
natnea af Kepabllraaa audi the K
eelleat Chaaeea af the DeaaeeratK.
The Chicago Herald, in making a sum
mary of the state as regards congressional
candidates, says, speaking of the policy
adopted by the democrats:
That the policy is effective is shown by
the anxiety of the republican managers
for Joe Cannon. George Smith, Gest, Hilt
and Payson. It was this policy that
forced them to send for Tom Reed, who
is going to make a speech for Billy"
Mason, one for Hilt, one for Gest and one
for Cannon. The latter is evidently
worse off than his congressional col
leagues, and the state committee is pre
paring to carry his district by fair means
or foul. Money wi!l be furnished with
which lo convince the doubling ones, and
every republican congressman in the
state, except Ab Talor. has enter
ed into a solemn compact to go into
Cannon's district and say a eood Word
for him. Ab Taylor is not much of an
orator, and perhaps he would jtint as soon
see Cannon defeated, so as to remove one
senatorial possibility. Cannon retired
from congress would not cut much figure
in the senatorial caucus next winter. Cm-
non re-elected by an old-time majority,
he might be able to prevent Farwell suc
ceeding himself. 'Bill, Mason's spirit
was willing to assist Cannon, but his
flesh was weak. He is fond of speech
making and has a senatorial bee buzzing
in his silk ti'e. He would just as soon be
Shelby Cullom's colleague as no', end
Cannon's good will was not to be
sneezed at. This is a somewhat selfish
way of reasoning, but Mason may have
enough to do to cany his own district.
In bis speech of Thursday night he
flattered himself that his constituents
would fall into line and enable him "to
go and help those who ned help more
than I do." The audience did not aree
with him, thoueh. and it is becoming
more than ever apparent that the old
soldiers and best citizens of the Third
district are going to support Durborow.
Many of these old soldiers thought all
they had to do was to write to Mason,
who was a "comrade," and he would nev
er rest until he attended to their requests
instead ot that, however, they had lo fll
back on Frank Lawler, as Mason was too
busy trying to give the government rier
to the Illinois Central, trying to kill the
lird bill and making speeches in Maine to
do anything for those who elected htm.
UP IX MINNESOTA.
Nome Xnlesnr Intrrrxl I'rom the lart-
Mrara Farm Obeet London on Pre
Editor of the ABor-:
Dart-Skaks Farm. Minn . Oct , 8 I
intended to have written before this but
have been hard at work. 1 wanted to go
over to Manitoba before I wrote and see
the beauty or the curses of a free trade
country. One thing I do know, how
ever, No. 1 hard wheat brings $1 per
bushel in innepeg. and cents in pro
tected Minnesota. The majority up here
are republicans but they slide over the
line to buy good clothes I ssked one
man why he did so. and he said a man
would be a fool if be did not buy where
he could cheapest. O. consistency thou
art a jewel! I am going over the line the
latter part of this week if the weather
permits, and will be home before
the first of November. We have
bad the finest weather anybody ever
saw. This is the he.l hient country
I ever lived in. Messrs. Sears and Dirt
made a flying visit last week. Mr. l)rt
said the few days he was here did a great
deal for him physically. They had a good
lime shooting prairie chickens. We live
on chickens the most of the t'me. One
of our boyg, William Hall, never fails to
get a chicken when he shoot..
Kittson countv is the banner co-inty
for wheat this year, and the Oar -Sears
farm has the banner wheat all No. 1
bard prime. We g t it threshed before
tbe fall rain set in, which 1 isls generally
about three weeks. There is not much
wheat slacked in this country, so what is
not threshed before the rain 'S damaged
more tr less, j he small farmers such
as have from one to three hundred acres
slack. I suppose some will laugh at
that, but they would be surprised lo see
six McCotmick binders start out one he-
hind tbe other and cut a swalh
six miles long on one farm which
belongs to a neighboring farmer by
tbe name of Kclsoe. He had a threshing
crew of eighty men for one month six
steam threshers all running at once. Most
of the farmers up here, or a good share
of them, work oxen on the binders, plows
and wagons. A woman came into Hal
leek recently driving an rx hitched to a
buggy that would be an odd sight in
Rock Island. We are celling homesick
to see old Ruck Island once more. We
may be partial, hut we haven't seen a
place that suits us as we'.! as Rock Id ind
and vicinity. I did'nt see a street in St.
Paul or Minneapolis that was half as
nice as Second avenue. The brick pav
ing bea's all blocks or cobble stones.
John Biehl, of Btehl's band, was away
at Grand Mound, Iowa, playing for a so
ciety. When he returned this morning
his wife presented him with a wee baby
girl the first child in the family for thir
teen years. John is walking on air and
everybody is asking him what it is that
tickles him so. His only reply is: "Just
come to tbe house and see me on my
knees or rclling around on the floor and
playing with the youngster." He says he
can play better now then ever before
the other band boys to the contrary not
withstanding. Kltrr Kipleta.
ine stage oi me water was 2. 30 at
noon; the temperature on the bridge 62.
Travel across the bridee today amoun
ted to: South, foot, 588; south, teams,
694; north, foot. 590; norih. teams, 700.
Up: F. C. A. Denkmann, Stillwater,
A. J. Whitney, 3 barges, J. W. Van Sant
Verne Swain, Pilot. Irene 1 , Jo Long
and LeClaire Belle.
Oown: 1'itUburg, Verne Strain; Ra
venna, with 14 strings logs; LeClaire
Belle, 16 strings lops; F. C. A. Denk
mann, 8 strings; Stillwater, 16 strings
Pilot. Irene D., Jo Long and A. J. Whit
At this time indications are that tbe
next congressman from tbe Eleventh dis
tricl will be none other than Ben T. Ca-
Die. xoung, popular, energetic and of
undoubted ability to properly represent
the people. From all directions come
words of praise for not only Ben, but for
the Tamil y. A history without reproach.
Sprung from such a family Mr. Cable is
a candidate of whom alt people should be
proud and tbe democratic party is to be
congratulated that be is its standard
bearer. Monmouth Democrat.
The Electric Car.
President Walker.of the Street Electric
Co.. says the plant- and all arrangements
here for the electric street railway will he
of the finest description nothing excel
ling it in tbe United States. Tbe power
house is to be enlarged, thus giving a
frontage of 420 leet.
Ucath ar Michael sartan.
Michael Norton, who lived at Seldom
Seen, South Moline township, died on
Thursday night last of consumption . He
was about sixty years of age and leaves
even children. Tbe remains will be
shipped to some point in Iowa, to be laid
beside hit wife who died about a year
AHQUS, 9ATUKDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1W90.
A TELLING ARGUMENT.
The Hrthe Adapted ay aa En.
player aa ta the :nterlertty af Hta
Steve O'Connor 1b a teamster and he
had until very recently a young fellow in
his employ named Jobn Bradshaw.
Steve is a dyed in the wool radical, or if
not dyed in tbe wool, he is an out and
out republican, all wool and a yard wide,
warranted to wash and keep color, and a
strong believer in the party that goes for
high taxes. John, his employe, ex
pressed a wish while at the dinner table
to vote for Mr. Cable. This set Steve on
fire and only death or retraction would
appease his towering rage. The young
man not showing any signs of weakening
in his belief or determination, Steve
railed him out upon the gory field. How
many rounds were fought it is not now
known, but a business separation fols
lowed, the young man still vowing hla
determination to vote for the roan of bis
choice Mr. Cable.
NOW FOR, FUN.
Knuland Will Mtrp an thrjTall or 1 -rle
A cable dispatch from London, Eng
land, this afternoon, says that Secretary
Balfour will advise the English govern,
ment to demand the extradition of Dil
lon and O'Brien on tbeir arrival in this
country, claiming that they are fugitives
from justice, having broken bonds while
standing accused of a criminal charge.
JL'DGK MILLER DYING.
ot Ferle1 .That lie fan l,aat
A Washington dispatch to the Argcs
this afternoon says that Justice Miller's
condition conl nues extremely crit cal
with all the chances apparently against
See those new drapery brackets at
Kann & Htickstaedt's.
House coats, house gowns, and bhth
robes, at Lloyd & Stewart's.
Mr. E. H. Guyer returned last evenirg
from a trip to the east.
Lloyd & Stewart are showing a nice
iue of ladies' bals and caps.
J. W. Little, of Pre-emption, was at
the Rock Island house todav.
Another lot of ladies' fur canes lust
received al Lloyd & Stewart's.
A marriage license has been issued to
Chas. Walsh and Miss Mallie Clark.
For low prices in everything in furniture
and carpets call on Kann & Hucktleadt.
John Hansen and Miss Anna Freder-
ericksen were married today by Jitdt'e
Davidson Jt Deemor have a very nice
unch room at Xo. 227 Seventeenth street.
Oiien all nii;ht.
See "The no buckle suspender." Once
tried you will never use any other, at
Lloyd & Stewart's.
Messrs. A. H. Hnmuton and John
Stnhr, of Ibis city, have been granted in
The laraest stoek of furniture and cai-
pets to stlect from can be seen at Cle
mann & Salzmann's.
Attention is drawn to the ad. of E.
Housman, 1323 Second avenue, in an-
liter column. Read it.
Clemann & Salzmann can show voti
th? nicest line of carpels and furniture,
and their prices are right.
The saw mill boys will give a grand
masquerade ball at Armory ball tonight.
Tickets Silt:: music by Bleuer's band.
Visit the mammoth furniture emporium
of Clenimn & Salzmann, when you want
anything in furniture and carpels.
Mr. E. E. Lawyer, who has been in
Nehraska for a couple of weeks, is again
at his pi ice in Rowltty 'a music stors.
H. N. Stone, publisher of the new city
direclorv. leaves tonight for O lincv. his
home, where he will remain till Monday.
The dance of John Morris camp at Ar
mory bull last night was an enjoyable
atlaii. The dance was followed bv a sud-
Parlor (roods purchased and paid for
before November 1. will get the benefit of
discount of 10 per cent, at Knn &
M. A. Lloyd, with Truesdale, the gro
cer, has gone to Cable to remain n week
catching bees, and bears, and huffiloes,
and to have a good time generally.
The Rock Island ministerial associa
tion will meet in the parlors of the Y. M.
C A. Monday mormns at 11 o'clock.
All ministers of the city are invited to be
The pay car on the Mercer county
branch went out at 1:45 this afternoon,
having on board besides the regular offi
cials, a small excursion party, the cue-N
or Air and Mrs. M . ii. Sudlow.
Mrs Margaret Amley died at her borne,
Wintti avenue and Twenty-fourth stre-et.
yestertiay aiternoon of blood poisoning.
nne was in mis city but thirteen months
having come from England. Her age was
Chas. Seible was arrested today bv
Oflicer Mulqueen and he is now in the
cooler. He was so drunk the officer re
quired assistance to take him along. If
sober enough he wili come before the
cadi this evening, but if not that pleasure
will await him on Monday morning.
There is probably some excuse for the
rarublinc, incoherent ta'.k of Congress
man Gest at Moline Thursday night. The
situation as he finds it on bis return home
is enough to distract hlra. Men who
formerly lent him a cordial support give
htm the cola shoulder when he com
mences to talk politics, preferring lo dis
cuss the weather or some other subject.
The funeral of Mrs. Chrisliama May-
era took place yesu-rdav afternoon and
whs largely attended by friends whose
love was manifested by many beautiful
floral design. Tbe service was conduct
ed by the Rv. G. W. Gue, who preached
a very impressive funeral discourse for
the loved one left to mouro her loss.
Tbe pall bearers were: C Otto.C. Snider.
C. Hsnsgen. T Suhindler, A. QuM, J
i ne great superiority or Dr. Bull
Cough Syrup to all other cough remedies
is atte.n-d by tbe immense popular de
mand for that old established remedy,
Price 25 cents a bottle.
Oysters at Krell & Math's.
Go to Hoi brook's, Davenport, for cat'
pets and silk curtains.
rtrsi class tailors wanted; union or
non-union by F. C. Uoppe.
Send your friends to Krell & Math's
for a dish or can of fresh oysters.
Call and see the band-carved bed room
suites at Holbrook'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 Krell & Math's.
A handsome line of book cases and
cabinets pjst received at Holbrook's, Dav
An elegant assortment of dining tables,
cnairs and nat racks at Holbrook's. Dav
Wben you want a nice dish of fresh
oysters step in to Krell & Math's and or
der them up in any style.
Mr. Theo. Free, 700 Twelfth street, has
opened a Doe saloon where he cordiall
Invites his numerous friends to call and
st him. He will have a grand opening
ia a suuri ume.
PUBLIC'S BEST FBI EK D.
Mas 'a Caah tjiraeery ".tare Leak at
14 pounds granulated sugar for f 1.
15 pounds white A sugar for tl.
4 pounds Golden Rio coffee for fl.
St. Louis fancy flour f 1.30 per sack.
May's Patent flour tl.45 per sack.
Fine salmon 10c per can.
7 bars "Our Pearl" soap for 25 cents.
Best cider vinegar 15c per gallon.
7 dozen clothes pins for 10 cents.
Save from 10 to 20 per cent and buy at
1620 Second avenue.
She Wanted It.
She was a stout old woman, with a red
face and two wisps of gray luiir that
were drapel back over each ear from
tbe sprouting place like hawsers.
' e don't want anv," nhe said, as she
opened the door and saw a thin voung
man on the stoop.
"I mere-Iy want to explain to you.
"Don't want any. (.Jet along wi.l ye."
"Just let me tell you"
"Don't. I have a broom in my other
hand, ami if yon' re working Annie R.ki-
ney soap or Itook or subscriptions I'll
1 understand vou take lioarilers.
lam introducing a little book enti
tled "ApiH-tite Breakers; or. The Laud-
lady s Friend. "
"Got one with you?" inquired the
gnardian of the doorway anxiously.
Come in." New York Tribune.
It. raose Tliey Were lleaf.
Mrs. Gadder How kind and benevo
lent Airs. G.Kxlenonglt is, always plan
ning something pleasant for the poor
Mrs. Chatter Yes: do you know what
that allelic creature did the other even
ing? Mrs. Gadder Can't imagine.
Mr, ('batter Took a party from tbe
deaf and dumb asylum down to the
Thomas concert. It was Warner ni;ht.
and she said the poor creatures did cn-
oy it so. America.
An Important Omlnftton.
Ethel had lteen sitting on tbe sof.i in
silence for half an hour intently watch
ing the lady who had come to visit her
mother for a dav or two. At l;u-t the
burden of her thoughts was laid down
with a Righ as she looked np in tbe visit
or's face and asked;
"Didn't rou brins any other dress?"
Caxhier Are Skipper.
Smitbkitis I see that Blivens has a
Kinkley What is it?
Cashier of a yacht."
"What iu time is that?"
"Skipper." Lawrence American.
Bear in mind we do not quit making iee
cri'am when cold weather sets in. ami you
can eel it in any quantity in the coldest
weather. Remember Krcll & Math's and
get the beet.
E. E. Parmcntcr, attorney ai taw.
Makes collections, loans money and will
attend to any legal business intrusted to
him. Office, postolhe block. Rock Isl
and. Ills. ds&wly
50,1100 to loan on real estate security.
in sums of 2tH) and upward, at lowest
current rates of interest, without com
mission. E. W. Hurst, Attorney at
law. Rock Island.
The Crown dining hall. No. 170S Sec
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish you
the best meal in the city for 25 cents. A.
is. Johnson, proprietor.
When a worn in doesn't care w hether
her husband haltitusliy sees her in curl
pipers or nol, she must feel sure of his
love either one way or the other.
J. E. Montr. ie.
Comic Opera Co.
From the Orand Opera lloin-r. Frar.i io,
im-sentine a perfect product inn of the
Merry Comic Kperi.
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:.rial Jwenery :
Lleunt Coptumee !
I'h&rmine Muic '
Phices rlr. TV anil Sl.Ol. llc-erred cit-ni.
ale rt. 14lb at Harper lianse ltiuc-tore.
A1 percent reduction forthe next TO dayn
on Busies and tsi.riiij; Wairoiitt.
No. ItilO, ins and 1S14, Third Ave.,
Is tbe rheai.et place in the county to tray Cfcr
rie9. Buggies, Paiul, uil. etc.
in SUMS or
1200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
throe to five times tbe amount
of the loan. -Interest
7 ner cent semi annnallv. ailUrud
remitted free of cbarga.
E. V. HURST,
Attorn icy at Law
Booms I aod 4 Masonic Temple.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Lloyd & Stewart.
JOB PRINTIN0 .
OP ALL DESCRIPTHYwaJlkv
lasial attextkm paid to Pnaiataii lal tA
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 develop? ulcers In the
eyes, ears, or nose, often causing blindness or
deafness; which Is the origin of pimples, can.
cerous growths, or the many other manifesta
tions usually ascrilied to - humors;" which,
fastening Uon the lungs, causes consuniition
and death. Being the most ancient, it Is the
most general of all diseases or affections, for
vey few arsons are entirely free from It.
l!y taking II.mmI's Sareaparllla, which, by
the remarkable cures it has accomplished,
often when other medicines have failed, has
proven itself to lie a potent and peculiar
medicine for Ibis disexse. Some of these
cures are really wonderful. If you suffer from
scrofula, l.e sure to try Hood's Sarsaparilla.
" My daughter Mary wss afflicted with scrof
ulous sore neck f rmn I be t one she was 22 months
old till she liecaine six years of age. Lumps
formed in her neck, and one of litem after
growing to the size of a pigeon's egg, liecame
a running sore for over three years. We gave
her Hood's Sarsaparilla, when the lump and
all indications of scrofula entirely dis
appeared, and now she seems to be a healthy
child." .1. S. Caki.ii.e, Nauright, N. J.
N. K. Ite sure to get only
Soldbyalldrnpirl.ts. fl:tixforfV I'reparedonty
by '. I. IHKlliaeo , Atl.e. arie.Luell.Maa.
IOO Doses One Dollar
ROCK ISLAND, If..?
. ill. r. "
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THEM;
e'heapet and be-i place in the paper for
"Want." "LokI," "tale" and "Kenf notice.
Only one-half cent a word. Every IkhI)- reads tbia
column. Try it.
nient of any kind for vmall oase. or a place
where he can work for u s board and fio to tchnot.
Inquire at Ar.i-m oltice. u
SKtHlNn-HAND FlRMTl'KK, bonidit. old
or exchanged. Money loaned or Furniture
ctored at Soul beaat corner Perry and Third St.,
FOR SAI.K VAUAM.K PATENT IM
provetnent on Elevator. Now in operation at
Mar r iniidiine Work. aB Hamilton St., I'hilada.
Pa; preserves life and llmh: for full particular
apply to KOBT J. WA1.KEK. Inventor.
TTTANTElt-WB HAVK tXMtll 1
I.At KS PK
I n,v UI11
V V ih.Me ont of employment ; cimh! pay.
he p'ert d to have you call and ee u. at 'om
tner. ial hotel, 1 to 4 o'clock. A. V. nTEK.
PR ALK HEAP-IXM ltLK Hill'sK AND
vacant I..U delivery team and wacon. toe.
Iiookca-M', wardrobe, aecrctary. parlor et, piano,
w hat-not. ml tank. etc. John Kdw ard. 4:" K.
Mxih street. Davenport. Iuwa. 11 lw
TO RKNT TWO OH T11KKK
rtMinis for liirhf hone keening.
I'hII or ailjress M. W . Wtllcy, I.'ll 2nd ve, nwfc
WANTED An active Trsvelinc Salesman to
si II a general line of our .Men hamlise o
merchants only. Ut.od wa?r and expenses id.
Wholesale office .'O -K? asLingtou M , t'htcatw.
TTTANTKn A PLACE IX A
the Insn is
i family t.y a man an.) his wife:
thoroughly ax quaintcd with the duties incidental
to the care of hnrsc. and the woman is a com
petent bouse keeper. Best references iven.
Address "A" Autsrs office.
TTT ANTED. A LADY TO
e. for the Pa.
W Branch office, at her own home, for the
moue Female Specific "tranire Lily1-: a splendid
opiortnnity; address with stamp. The Dr. Coon
ley Medical Institute. South Bend Ind.
CJ ALESMKN WANTED TO SELL NfHsEKY
KJStuck. Situations permanent, salary and ex
penses, or commission from start. No ex;eri
ence accessary. OuTtit free. Wtite for terms,
statingate II. E. IIOoKEK CO., Nurserymen,
HochcMcr, N. V.
WANTED GEN EUAI. STATE A;ENT To
open headquarter in ome principal citv.
assnme exclusive control of our .business and ai-
INiint local and slibltfeiits iu everv cut in the
state; (rood well known, staple a Hour, in uni
versal demand, and pay a nt t roSt of stl tn in)
percent. A.litres THK UNION COMPANY,
i -- Dnuij, w lorK. 25
LI M ItKK LI MBSK-YAKI) WORKMEN OF
all grades can secure steady employment in
tne iumiM-r yards or Chicago at from $1.) tc
f? on per day on application in person to E. E
HetOt'fcK. Secretary of Lhe I'lur.A I nmK..r
ad Dealer' Association, room 0IS Chamber of
Commerce. S. K. corner LaSalle aud Washington
J. M. KEAKDSLEY,
TTORXEY AT LAW Office with J. T.
L worthy, 175 Second Avenue.
JACKSON A lil'KST,
TOR5ETS AT LAW. fMBce fn Rock 11
Sational Bank Building, Rock Island, 111.
D. SWCIKIT. C. L.. W1LKIR.
I TTORNEYS AND COUNSKLIIP.S AT LAW
lumce in ttengston a clock. Kuck Island, III.
McEMRT & MiENIItV,
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan money or rood
security, make collection. Reference. Mitch-
en L,ynae, rankers, nmce in rosiofnce block
THE 1IAILY AKtilS.
FOR SALE EVERY EVKN'INO at Crampton'i
News btand. Five cents per copy.
MRS. RUTHERFORD t BUTLER,
fJRADl'ATES OP THE ONTARIO YKTEKXA
ry rollere, Veternary Physicians anp Surgeon
Office! Tindall's Livery stable;
Aei-r puei7, maraei square
fntue nrt then starts
bend for rirrulur.
1VU Jank-vjlxk, Wis.
To sell our rood h sample to wholesale and re
tail trade. We are the larvrst manufacturer in
our line. Liberal salary paid. Permanent posi
tion. Money ad r a need for wage, advertising,
etc Forrerms addres
CKRTEKHI&l MFO. CO . Chicago, III.
To sell the popular . K. ADJL'BTABI.K FORM
"OKSKT. It is worn by Ladle wis lime comfort
and a food form. For particular addres
ELGIN CORSET CO.,
Kitkb STaarr, ELOIS. I Li
WM. 0. KULP. D. D. S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Room SS, 7, M and ,
Take Elevator. DAVENPORT. I A,
J. M. GASP AUD,
Library Building. Daranport, Iowa, Call for
iimie ana aca wora ncfota cobag u ducago.
M C I NTIRE
Ofcourse wecan 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 yd.
JYRONE SUITINGS. 52 in. 35c a
yard. There's a price for you.
Mohair plaids. 42 in- 55c a yd, fine
Rock Island. Illinois.
Have the largest establishment West of Chicago.
DONT FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Noa. 124, 125 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
INCORPORATED UNDER THB THK STATS LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, TT.T
0n daily from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Saturday evening from 7 to 8 o'clock.
Five percent interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
K. P. REVNOLD3, Prea. C. DENKMANN. Vlee-Pre. j. M. BDPORD, Caakier.
P. U Mitchell. E P. Reynold. P. C. Denkmann. Joan Crabangh. C. F. Lynda,
J. J. Keiraera. L. Hinnm. E. W. Horst, J. M. Boord.
JcEo a IluBsT, Solicitors.
nnnW2'Lh'uin b"'T Jl,, 9- ,!,', n'1 wl occupj banking roon with MltcbeU Lynda
nntil new nana ia Completed.
It'sW Second Ave.
Narrow Escape from Fire !
But prices went down to mceCthe wants of every one wishing to buy
OIL CLOTHS, SHADES, DRAPERY, Etc.
PRICES IN PLAIN FIGURES- - - .
KANN & HUCKSTAEDT,
No. 1811 and 1313 Second avenue.
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
No. 8606 Fifth Avftiue, ROCK I3LAJTD.
qr.Sew to.e. new .lock, the beat .Mod, t the loweat price. A abare of Datmnac aolicttad. '
House and Sign Painter.
Graining and Paper Hanging .
Makes Shoes look new. Soften
Leather. We recommend it
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr..
983 Fifth Avenue, 181 flecond Arenue,
Reynold's Block. ' Harper House Block.
Double fold flannels 25o a yd
Dress flannels, 52 In. 49o a yd.
Plaids and stripes, all wool 49o a
yd. and np. " " '
New robes In lata combinations.
Worsted stripes 29o a yd. -Cashmeres,
all wool, 42 in. 60o a yd
Robes, bordered, few left at $1.50
Trimmings in latest styles jnst
We will be pleased to hare yon In
spect our large stock.
Summer is past; the tail
ing leaves remind us that
winter is at hand.
Have you taken up your
As to flower pots; I have
a good assortment, plain
and decorated, sound and
hard, worth twice over, the
common pots, but cheaper
than they are elsewhere.
"We will be glad to show
you samples, whether you
buy or not.
Gh M. IXIOSLEY,
1609 Second Ave.
Shop Foarlk At, kat. Ut and rid gta. '
Have you seen Schneider's
If not. call and ee them, and be con
- vinced that we beat all com
petition. FOR 8TYLK. .
FIT AND PBICK,
Oar Men's Shoes cant be beat.
We are Leaders In
at lowest prices. All we ask .
. Is a trial.
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