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rr are at the front with an immense
.Tickets such as we nave never Deiore Deen able to show.
Kaw,pua U.t the increased dalles would go into effect about Oct 1 wed,,
i ,nvf our Ap il snd May orde s on both Plush and PloYh n u
" ,.'Wt. ...hHrkoHerswillpoRltively be here witoin th? .... h1 fe
i. w low lnc"t" J v u w'vu lull guarantees th.t n,
hen-kolier,wmp0",l,TB,3rbe h6re wUuin week N T
n"' ti . n.e O ' 9 brought us notices or positive advnr. V . earIJ
-de "-nts some 10. sotneau andVTo't
.'' . ..n.; yet eouh "een mterest in all intending buyers. No ma
'; oH(lvn. e with u, for we have paid no advances yet. mark
up' Kir-t-clsw Plush Jackets, th-i usual price would be $10.00. the arlvan t ...
i(r. t. in ih-m o U iw. we maritea irem
; ,r -n.i'e P" Pr'fe" Tb'a
h .v nd ! totlnv 13 00.
in "" : , iwniiirt
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ui 1 1 4 y.Ln ni.i'ioiiv. w ni.r
WU'l'll iniiut'v "" -"-. t.i"m...
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a ...t ffiit))Hfii7.t too fitrnnplv vonr
, ,..,. -- ----- -m."Sc luaaiug prompt selec-
.,,.. W, I. Hie Ms trutle we shall likely have, s-zs and sty es w II oo, becorn
l,rk,!: Mil l y w' t'M 'rll'n-e additional difficulties in bem suited and fl tel
1713. 1714. 1716. 1718. 1720 and 1723 Second Avenue.
H hv m-sti'd amnng the ladies since
(I,,. rffipt of thr9e elefjnt work and
t,T-ii l.aUets. They are of Indian man
jf."ir. ami as the product is very
linii'r'i it i diiuMfiil if we will have any
n: sims n. Call and mike your
ri'i'!i.ms or whs you want may be pone.
70'-'. Second Avnne.
Copper-Smithing, Sheet Iron, Gas and
Steam Fitting, Also Sewer work.
BAKER & HOUSMAN,
Opposite Habper Hopsk.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
TvOHN & ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
F. C. HOPPE,
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Syrupy
Acts quickly, is perfectly safe and never fails to cure all Lung troubles.
TRY IT. 10c, 25c and 50c Bottles.
V THE BEST
y Medicine known for all Kidney, Long and Stomach troubles, la
Thomas' Kidney and Liver Pills.
t Bottle Samples free.
stock of Plnsh and Cloth Cloak.
when first received at 9 00 and .ball
is bby earm.nt and in a fuH
we r. h.i 7 uuc B
'. r .5"'"r P,cnc on tbem
at nriiitrn i.h with a ...i a
?" . -mreai seal button fasten.
. luc vuumry represented.
idvjnt.t.. i t
5 feet bamboo easels, 83c.
8x10 gilt frames, glass and mat, 80c.
8x10 white and gold frames, giass
and mat, 35c.
Decorated window shades complete
with spring fixtures, 35c.
Pure Irish Linen stationery per lb.
Wall paper at cost.
KINGSBURY & SON
1705 Second Ave.
for the Celebrated
HAS MKfEIVED 1118
No 1808 Second avenue.
Rooc Island, III.
Druggist, Bock Island.
THE CITY'S INTERESTS.
Last Night's Meeting of the Int.
provement Abso iation.
The Una t'artory frojret Diaroaaed
and Prcprr Aetlaa T.krn-Other
Manera of Importance Acted I'pon.
At last n;Rht's meeting of the Rock
Island Citizens' Improvement association
President Jackson occupied the chair and
there was a large attendance cf represen
The committees were called in the usu
al order, and under the heud of manufac
turing Mr. Oliver OUen reported the out
look very gratifying for the cooperative
furniture factory heretofore discussed
coming to Rock Island. The com
pany had already subscribed its stock to
the amount of $100,000 ar d til that il de
sired of Rock Island was a a advantage ous
site. The matter after a lengthy discuti?
sion was referred to the committee oa
manufactures and the special committee,
which has already accomplished so much,
to investigate and report.
Tbe question of forming a syndicate
to purchase desirable fax tory and build
ing sites was introduced, and Capt. Peetz
in reply to a question as to the condition
of the Bailey Davenpoit land, stated his
intention to make applu ation for an or
der of court soon to ditposeof some of
the property to pay debts. President
Jackson related a cenver iation with Ilar
ry Davenport, in which he learned that
the heirs were considering the desirability
of BoUing out their interests for some
thing . clear, in order to remove incum
brances on the estate.
Mr. R. Crampton repo'ted a balance of
12 over what was necessary for the
Spencer Square opening. Tbe report was
received and approved.
Mr. Fred Hass reported the viaduct
project as having advanced to that stage
where there was nothing left to do but to
commence its construction.
Mr. A. M. Blakesley reported a meet
ins in the afternoon at Rock Island ar
senal of the sub-commit; ee of the tri-cily
gun factory committee, and that a second
meeting would be bel 1 at the Harper
house this afternoon. Col. Wbittemore
had prepared in excellent form all that
was necessary as pertaining to Rock Is
land arsenal. But it was dtsirable that a
suitable tract for a prat tice range within
fifty miles of Rock l-tUnd, and five to
seven miles Ion", and two and oneha!f
miles wide immediate y accessible to
river and rail he presetted, A number
of tracts were discustcd, and Messrs.
John Crubaugh. Henn Carse and John
Peetz appointed a committee to select a
site and engage a conveyance and
draughtsman at the association's ex
pense. The regular committees with the
addition of Messrs. Petz. E D. Swee
ney and C. C. Mclntire was continued to
take charge of tbe emertainment of tbe
Messrs. Lou West, Frank Mixter. John
M. Albrecht and W. P. Qnayle were ad
mitted to membership by unanimous
vote, and tbe association adjourned.
This morning at 10 o'clock at St. Jo
seph's church, before a large assemblage
of friends, occurred tt e marriage of Mr.
Geo. A. Savadge and Miss Mary R. Me
Quade, Rev. Father Thomas Mack in offi
ciating. Miss Julia Carney, of Brooklyn,
Iowa, was bridesmaid, and Mr. James
Byrnes, of this city, best man. After the
ceremony a weiliiitig brea&rast was
served at the residence of tbe bride's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jt.mes MeQuade, on
Moline avenue, and the 12 o'clock train
on the Rock Island road bore the happy
couple on their weddi ig trip to Chicago.
Tbey expect to be absent ten days. The
many handsome brilal gifts, together
itb the large number of congratulatory
greetings, testified to t be esteem in which
Mr. Savadge and hie bride are held in
Yesterday at St. BIar's church, Ot-
turuwa. Iowa, occurred tbe marriage of
Mr. Geo. L. Wynes, f ormerly of this city.
and Miss Elizabeth J. Kelly, of O tumwa.
The couple will be at bom", tt Davenport,
after November 10. Many Rock LUnd
people will seud hear y congratulations
to tbe happy pair.
The Unlim published an article this
morning headed "wh ilesale debauchery,"
which should have read "wholesale
lying." It was to th ; effect that Raible
& Stengel, the down town brewers, had
received an order from tbe democratic
committee to serve a keg of beer each
morning until election on tbe river shore
near the glass factory. And further that
one was on tap there yesterday m rning.
surrounded by hoys und girls.
This is as bare-facd a lie as the Union
has ever published, (.(though its reputa
tion in that direction has become notor
ious during tbe pre ent campaign. No
such order has been placed with any
brewery in the city, and the statement
that the children are being treated to
beer, is absurdly un' rue. The Union do
doubt has another o j"ct in view than in
trying to it jure the democratic candidates
in the eyes of the veters, however. It is
probably endeavoring to bide the disrep
utable tactics that have been in
augurated by the Untiles in their desper
ate efforts to re-eleet the congressman.
There will.be a social in the parlors of
the First Baptist cl urch tomorrow even
ing. There will be a short, but firstclass
musical and literary programme consist
ing of readings, rec lationa and mu-h and
gems from the poets. Tbe social will
being at 7:30. litenry programme to be
gin at 8 o'clock.
Tbe Julia came clown w itb eight strings
Tbe F. C. A. Denkmann brought down
eight strings of Iocs.
The stage of tie water was 3:60 at
noon; tbe teropen.ture on the bridge, 58.
The Pittsburg giea up tomorrow night
being tbe last through boat to St. Paul
Tbe Verne Swa n, Salettile and West
Rambo came down, and tbe Verne Swain
and West Ramby passed up.
As our contract with the portrait com
pany expires on U e 1st day of November,
1890, we wish to inform our patrons that
all those holding tickets entitling tbem to
a portrait under the conditions mentioned
therein shall preient tbe same on or be
fore said date. Respectfully.
Aco. Btbffbh, .
Why did Gest vote for a law to make
bats, and shoes, and coats, and gloves and
such things dearer!
THE ROCK ISLAND
ROBBED OF HIS CLOTHES.
Capt.C. W. Darhan'a Pitiable PltBht
OatvlgO ! Cah and Other Yal
liable A Barclar la Ilia Hounr A
Bold Crime la Slollae.
Capt. C. W. Durham presented a some
what demoralized appearance when be
came up town this morning. The trousers
which he wore bagged abont tbe knees
and ankles, while all that protected tbe
upper portion of bis body from tbe damp
atmosphere save a shirt, was a light over
coat which looked as If it had been aban
doned some years ago and resurrected
only through an emergency. A
hat of ancient dite adorned the
captain's well shaped cranium. Now if
there is any one man in Rock Island that
prides himself on a tidy appearance il is
Capt. Durham. He is not dudish, though
he likes to dress Btylishly and becoming
ly. Hence the fact that there were
nany queries as to the cause of bis ap
pearance this morning was not unreason
able. To the many queries that greeted
tbe good natured captain as to bis un
natural appearance, tbe captain at first
simply answered "I've been robbed." and
then he proceeded to nnrrte an exper
ience at an early hour this morning with
burglars at his house, corner of Firft
avenue and Eleventh street.
As 3:15 a. m. Mrs. Durham was awak
ened by a noise in the ball; and looking
out from her liedroom to the top of tbe
stairs she was surprised ti see seated on
the upper step and under tbe ray of a
brightly burning gas jet. a mm whom
she took for her husband. He had the
captain's new overcoat, hat and panta
loons on, and was in the act of counting
over a large n il of bil's and shoving the
gteenbacks down into a pocket of the
overcoat. Surprised that her buxbaud
should be in such a position at such an
bour in the morning, she exclaimed:
"Why. Charley, what are you doing
there!" She had scarcely spoken the
words when like a shot
Pown went MKiinty to the bottom of the Htair,
Dreesed in Capt. DtirbBiu s nut of cloilit.-.
Surprised and alarmed at the strange
escapade, Mrs. Durham burned to her
husband's bedside and found him keep
ing as serenely as if nothing had hap
pened. She aroused him. and told
him that burglars were in the house.
A hurried investigation was made
and it was found that the bouse bad been
ransacked and that the intruder bad marie
ample preparation for his escape. He
had propped the doors open leading to
the kitchen, from which he had made his
exit through an open window. And he
hail not only taken tne only suit of
clothes Capt. Durham had in the bouse
--his other wearing apparel being in a
trunk somewhere on its way to Rock Isl
and but hail selected the cs.pt tin's brand
new $75 overcoat and donned it. also Lis
new hat, together with his wallet con
taining f 120, a number of railroad passes,
two tickets to the theatre, bunch of val
ual le keys and a note book containing
data concerning his river work, which
tbe captain cannot replace. Down in the
kitchen it was found that the unwelcome
visitor bad helped himself to a plate of
beans and a pint of milk and such other
eatables as were suitable t his ttste.
Capt. Durham give an alsrm -n making
the discovery and on repeating it a few
minutes Uter Olflrer Better put in an ap
pearance. The officer immediately
started in pursuit of the burgUr, but
could not find him. Tuts morning the
captain was obliged to borrow a pair of
trousers from bis neighbor, Maj. Buford,
and with these, which were quite too
long, and an abandoned overcoat, be
managed to get up town, while his early
morning visitor is somewhere wearing his
best suit of clothes, his new overcoat, and
doubtless riding on his passes and spend
ing his $120 with a lavish hand.
HOLD CRIME IN MOLISK.
A bold piece of highway robbery was
perpetrated in Molice last evening. Miss
Minnie Lawless was walking along Fif
teenth street near Turner hall, when a
ruffian rushed up to her, seized a silk
handbag which she carried, and darted
into an alley nenr by and escaped. In
the satchel was a po'tmoney containing
$G. Tbe lady was so alarmed that she
cannot describe tbe scoundrel.
TI1K BOSS IS COMING.
Hpeaker Reed Will Da M hat l.tllle He
Can for Our liietit.
Tom Reed was elected in his own dis
trict in Ma ne by the most flagrant and
corrupt use of money that the history of
this country has any record of. Men of
his own party bung their heads in shame
for the deeds that they witnessed in ord
er to count bim in. In point of fact he was
not lected by the votes or the voice of
the people, except in so far that the
trembling band of want or fear slipped
the ballot in the box under a lash or
upon the payment of money. In that
way was Reed, of Maine, given back his
The republicans here, or at least the
ones wbo are goody-good, complain of
the use of money in this campaign, pre
tending that they are above such
methods, while every day the dollars from
tbe campaign fund are banded out for
men t work for Gest and tbe ticket gen
erally. It is not the legitimate use of
money that is here complained of, but tbe
hypocrisy of those pious frauds who
would make beli.ve they ure dovts when
they are nothing but the commonest
If these saintly republicans wish to ap
pear consistent wby do tbey invite Reed
to come into this district to make a cam
paign epetch for Gesl? Reed openly
purchased bis own voter purchased
tbem in the vtry place where the
ballo s wt re cast purchased tbem
as they were driven up like
sheep to be paid their price pur
chosed them with money that was fur
nished by the eastern nabobs who wring
it by taxation from the people, and yet
this man will be brought bere on the 25th
of this month to pour words of wisdom
into the ears of our saintly people who
would look with scorn upon such unLo'y
But apart from hypocrisy is this com
ing of Reed not only an open but an un
willing confession that tbe case of Gest is
a desperate one indeed? It is expected
that tbe speaker of tbe house will be able
to throw some weight into the scales of
public opinion so that Gest's tottering
chances may be bolstered up. From far
off Maine comes this man to give Gest a
letter of recommendation to bis neigh
Tbe oracle bas spoken. Gest has read
tbe signs aright.
When a vole is given to Gest it Is i
vote to keep such men as Reed in power
A11GU8, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15.
Reaaiar Mnathly Meetloc of the
Baard of Ednratlaa Last Errata
Varioaa Important Hatters Receive
The board of education met in regular
monthly session last evening, President
Barth in tbe cbair, and all the directors
present. After the reading of the min
utes of tbe four previous sessions and
other routine proceedings had been dls.
posed of, tbe report of Truant Officer
Kimball for September was read and sp
proved: showing the investigation of
seventysibree cases of non-attendance,
fifty-six of which were absent in violation
of the law, but most of w ich are now
enrolled, and in attendance. Five actual
truants were arrested and returned to
parents or teachers.
The nction of the teachers' committee
in permitting Misses Bowen and Wilson
to exchange rooms and salaries at the be
ginning of tbe present month was ap
proved. Tbe reRigns-tioo of Mrs. Paul
Hamilton was accepted as extra teacher
at the high school, and the committee
authorized to supply a substitute, to bear
the classes formirly instructed by her.
It was ordered that a copy of a text
book, "A Healthy Body," be placed
upon the teachcts' ilet-ka of grades 7, 8
and 9 for a guide in giving instruction in
physiology and hygicune.
On recommendation of the committee
it was ordered that the salary of Wm.Reu
ter be f 40 per month for leaching calis
thenics two half days each week, the
sime to date from the beginning of the
school year. The text book committee
was authorized to make whatever pur
chases ma) be considered proper by way of
refcrecce books, supplementary readers
and aids in drawing.
Tbe insurance committee reported re
newals of policies on the high school
building as follows:
f4,0it0 for fire vears from Sept. 20.
1S90, in the agency of J. II. Cleland;
1 2 (HI0 from Sent. 18 in the acencv of E
Leiberkneeht: 2.()00 from Sept. 21 in the
agency of C. E. Hodgson snd $2,000 for
three years in the agency of H. L.
The following bills were allowed:
Prnrig Educational compaBV. $17 64:
F. W. Helding. .TO; David Don. $162 32:
T. II Thomas. $19 05; R. Crampton
Co . $2 73; .1 M. Beardsley As Co.. $10;
Will Oray. 3 50; Sievers & Anderson.
$10 60; R. I. Gts Co . 1 20; Kann &
tliickslaedt, $10 6 , George Browner.
51. .w; U. L. Telephone Co., $32.62;
R. I. Lumber Co. $22 01; W. A.
Guthrie. $22; Davis & Co.. 33 76; Bur
lington School furniture Co.. $130 40;
Charles mith. $5.25; Wtyeihauser &
I'enkman, $9 76; Henrv Dartt,' Sons.
$t JN; C. E. Hodgson. $36; E l Lieber
kroecht, $."C;;I. L. Schill. $:!(; S. S.
Keml K $5; John T. Noftsker, $7.15;
llartz & lUhnsen. if 4 61: J. A. Bishop.
$19 57; Geo. Bick. $113.11.
The committee on improvements was
authorized to see that the proper side
walks be constructed on Fourteenth ave
nue between Thirty-second and Thirtv
Inrpei' Tlieairi- Onenlnr.
Tomorrow evening occurs the grand re
opening of Uarpei's theatre by the Cali
fornia Opera company in "Said Pasha,"
of which the Pilleburg Pont says:
"Slid Pasha" was sung at the Harlem
opera house last night before a good sized
audience, which seemed greatly amused
at tbe comicalities of Hadad and Nockev.
Tbe operetta has been commented upon
l length in these columns. Agnes
rilierwood was a most competent Serena
ann ner performance was particularly in
teresting. CITY CHAT.
Mrs. C. F. Fleming has relumed from
Fine catawaba grapes at F. G.
A new time curd is nromise ! on the
Rock Island road Sunday.
Chas. O. Bloom left for Chicago for
permanent residence this morning.
Mr H.J. K ed. wife and mother Ut
of Superior, Neb., are in the city.
Drv goods, notions and millinerv ,i
Aug. Sleffen's, Davenport, Iowa.
Gest bas given no reason as yet why be
wanted the farmer to py a tax on bind
James Jackson formcily of Rock
Islam), now of Iudianapolis. is visiting
old friends in the city.
Mrs. A. Webfter ami rtol,toi-o nf
Lock port, N. V-, are at the Harper, and
visiting former friends in the city.
Mr. H. N.'Stone hasreturned from O in -
cy, accompanied by Mrs. Stone who will
visn nere auring Mr. Mone s canviss for
his new Rock Inland directory.
Mr. Joseph Lercb has withdrawn fr.m
the Adams Wall Paper Co., and w 11
start in hu-iness on bis own account,
notice of which wil. be given in due lime.
Mrs. Wellington Martin and little
daughter, of Kansas City, arrived in tbe
city last evening on a vittil to Mrs. Mar
tiu s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilpin Moore.
".'s there no balm in Gilead Is there
no physician there?" Why plenty of
them, but you don't need an M D. You
are suffering for Salvation Oil; that's
about the size of il.
Daniel Edgington, of Edgington. was
in the city today. It was bis first visit
to town in a year and be rays he never
siKock Island look so prosperous
and he is one of the old residents of the
The registration yesteiday showel de
cided gains in all of the voting precincts.
In the Third ward 552 were registered;
tbe Fifth, 540; the Seventh. 400 In
South Rock Island 2S0 were registered to
247 voters last spring.
A telegram was received by Mrs. Wm.
JacuFon yesterday, staling tnat Mr. and
Mi s. H. C. Wbitride and family, accom
panied by R. H. Dart, would leave 8 n
Jose yesterday and reach Rok Island
Mr. E. I. Leveen. proprietor of the
great London clothing st ire, accompanied
by bis fami y, re stopping at the Harper
house. Mies Weil, cashier, and sitter of
Mrs. Leveen. Is with them. Tbey arrived
last evening and will now make their per
manent home in this city.
Respecting what was said at last
n'ghl's meeting of tbe Improvement asso
ciation concerning tbe sale by tie heirs of
tie Bailey Davenport land. Mr. Harry
Davenpoit authorizes us to say that there
is nothing to justify the statement. Il is
probable that enough of the land will
soon be sold to pay the debt of tbe
estate, but thtt heir, h.vo nA tfll.trrl.. nf
selling out in advance. Mr. Davenport
am, nowever, that as much as 100,000
worth of valuable property adjacent to
tbe city would be placed in the market by
We are all free American citizens, en-
loying our personal liberty; but most of
us are in physical slavery, suffering from
scroiuia, salt Ttieum or some otber form
of impure blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla is
the great blood purifier which dissolves
the bonds of disease, gives health and
perfect physical liberty.
The Crown dining ball. No. 1703 Sec
ond avenue, is now re any lo lurnisn you
mo oeai meal in tne city lor as cents.
B. Johnson, proprietor.
Salt rheum, etc ,
Take Hood's Sarsaparilla.
A REASONABLE REQUEST.
Stio Wanted a Correction PnblUhed la
"Are you the editor?" inquired the talL
cross eyed woman with the wart on her
"I am," answered the man tn the chair.
"What can I do for yon, madamr
"Yon DQblished nn ilm .hi. n.n.i
about the arrest of a man named Oabe
1-iunnet tor stealing a sack of flour,
"It was among the police items, possi
bly, bnt I assure von. tomtitm"
"And you said it was pleaded in his
uenaii inai ne nau a helpless family at
home and was out of work and was des
perate?" "Likely enough, but of course"
"Well, tuy name's Plunkett, and my
husband's name is Oabe Plunkett."
"1 am very sorry, my dear madam,
bnt of course yon understand"
"There are two Gabe Plunketts in
this town. Our mail is always getting
mixed. It wasn't my husband that was
"In that case," said tbe editor cordial
ly, "we shall be happy to make a state
ment to that effect"
"That's what I want I want you to
say to-morrow morning that the Gabe
Plunkett that was run in for stealing a
sack of flour for bis family was not the
Uabe Plunkett that lives at No. 014
"No. 014 Poverty alley." repeated tbe
editor, making a memorandum
"Got that down?"
"That the Gabe Plunkett who lives In
that alloy wasn't out of the house at all
yesterday. Got that?"
"And that lie hasn't energy enough to
steal a sack of Honr. Charge anything
for putting all that in?"
"Mf.h obliged. Good morning!" And
she went out with a quick, soldier like
step, leaving tbe astonished editor gasp
ing helplessly in bis chair. Chicago
"1 suppose to educate yonr daughter
in music cost a frreat deal of money?'
"Yes. but she's made it all back for
"Yes. I'd been trying to buy out my
next door neighbor at half price for
years and could never bring bim to terms
Ulltil she Ciim hmriA an.l k.,.qn r. I .. n
, - - wv0.,m l'oj-
ing. 'New ork Herald.
Ojsteia at Krcll & Math's.
Go to Holbrook's. Davenrort for rap.
pets and silk curtains.
First class tailors wnnieit- nnim r.r
non-union by F. C. Uoppe.
Send vour friends to Krll . M&th'a
for a dish or can of fresh ovsters.
Call and see thp tiAnrl-rftrvAtt
suites at Holbrook's, Davenport.
Parlor suites anil fnnrv rlkcira tt
description at Holbrook's, Davenport
Ice cream alwavs on hn,l n1 am.i
by tbe dish all winter at Krell & Math's.
A handsome line of hook i-.ipi n,l
cabinets jul rec?ived at Holbrook's. Dav
An elegant assortment of di nine? tattles
chairs and hat racks at Holbrook's, Dav
enport. When VOU Want a nire diah nf freah
oysters step in to Krell & Math's and or
der tbem up in any style.
Parlor goods nurchaaeil unit nai.l rn.
before November 1. will gel the benefit of
a discount of 10 per cent, at Kann &
Bear in mind we do not nnit imLlnn i
, . .
cream when cold wp&ther un in ..n.i
can get it in any quantity in the coldest
.- . I T . . , .
' ' iwmemoer tvrell Math a and
get the beet.
$50,(K) to loan on real estate security,
Sums of $200 and Howard at ln,l
current rates of interest, without com
mission. r. W. Hurst Attorney at
aw. Rock Island.
Keep steadily in mind that Gest voted
ror everything to make taxes higher, and
hat he would do so again if he ever got
The king of nnrii.-mea HiuuVa Sihi
Parilla. It COnauera srofnla aalt rhmim
and all other blood diseases.
J. E. Moxtbo-e, - - . Manager.
Comic Opera Co.
From the Grand Opera lloiiar. San Franriaco.
prem-sttDlt a perfect production of the
Merry Comic Oner.
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Kk-gaQt Cbaturaea !
Phices fiOc. TV and 11.00. Heaerred aoat.nn
sale Oct. 14m al Harper Uouae 1i ugalore.
Ju per cunt reduction for the next 30 daya
on Buggieaaud bprtug Wagons.
No. lfilO, llj and 1814. Third Are.,
la the cheapen place is the county to boy Ckr
riagea, Uuk-mea, PaiuU, Olii, etc.
at straa or
1200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of tbe loan.
Interest 7 per cent aemi annually, collected and
ram tiled true of charg.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Room 1 aad Masonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Lloyd & Stewart,
Kick Beadache and rollers an the. troablea taeaV,
dent to abilioua a lata of the ejrum. attoh a
Dlplneaa, Kunea, Drrmaina. Lhtraa after
eaUnt. Pain In tne 8I,1. ko. Whils their moat
samarkaulo success baa been shown in curing
Bealaehe, yet CitWi Little LItw pms aM
equally Talnalde in Constipation, mrina: and pre
Venting thisannoyinRCotnplalnt, unite they alas
lirer and regulate the boweJa. ea if they only
(Ac1tfaerwoTildbe almost pricetnss to thoaswr.')
after from thisdistrtwing complaint; butfortu
Stately theirgoodneMd'ms notend ucreaud thoaa
Wltooncotry tbem will And these little puis Taiu
able In so many ways that they will not be wil
ling to do without them. Bnt after ail air it w,
flsQietianeof so many lire that hm fa whera
I We make our great boast. Ourptllacureitwnila
Others do not.
' Carter's Little Lirer Pills are very small rat
very easy to take. One or two pills inaksa dose.
They are strictly vegetable and do not grips or
tmiye, bat by Uicir gentle action please all who
cae them. InTialsatUcents: iiveforfl. Sold)
by druggists ever; whore, or scat by siaii.
,.CRTE" WEOICINB CO.. New York.
SMALL PILL. SMALL DCSEa SMALL PRICE
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THEM!
Cheapest and bent place in the paper for
W aula." "LopI." "Sale" and Hnl'' nolloa
Only one-half rent a word. Kveryuody reads this
column. Try it.
meulof m kind for mall waves, or a blare
where he can work lur b s board and o to school.
inuuire at yiRut-s ottice. il
SEt-ONO-HANO FURMTI RK. boa.bt. sold
or exrhaiiired. M,iu.. I
stored at Southeast coru.-r Perry and Third Sts
Davenport. OK SALK VA1.1ABLK PATENT Im
provement on Kll-vatora. Now in tin..n.tion mt
Star finishing Works, SSWS Hamilton St., I'hilada.
Pa; preserves life and limn; for full particulars
apply to ROBT J. WALKER. Inventor.
FIR SALK CIIKAP DOLKLB 1IOVSK AND
vacant lot, delivery tram and wairon. atovea.
booac&re. wardrobe, eerretarv. narli.r el i.j.n..
hat-not, oil tank, etc. John Kdwsrda. 4-H K.
Sixth street. Davenport, Iowa. 11 Iw
WASTED SUITABLE PARTY TO LEARN
onr bneiness and travel for n; Uerman ar
American: steady po-ition; call afternoon or
ening ai commercial hotel. w-tf
WANTED An active Travelinc Salesman to
sell a g.-neral line of our Merchandise to
merchants only. Uood we and expenses paid.
" wiuoe iv v aablllgton M , Chicago.
ANTKn A PI Al-K IV a iiivitb-
- - -7 - iu.u ii ui. wur; iue man is
thoroughly a uuaiuted w;th the done incidental
to the cate of norm-, and the woman is a nm.
(.mil. 1. n . . .1 li i . .l
netent houa. L It..-, -..r. ...
Address "A" Anna office.
WASTED. A LADY TO MANAUK A
Branch office, at her own home, for die P..
mou. Female S(iecifle "orange Lily": a splendid
opportunity; address with stamp, Tbe Dr. Cooo-
ie neuicai institute, aouin Bend lnd.
SALESMEN WASTED TO SELL SLhsEKY
Slock. Situation permanent, salary and ex
penses, or commission from start. So experi
ence necessary. Outfit free. Write for term.
tauoeage II. E. DOURER CO., Nurserymen.
Rochester, K. V.
WASTED-GENERAL STATE AtiEST To
open headqoarters in some nriiicioal eiiv.
aeunie exclusive control .f onr huMneas and ap
point local and sub-agrnt in everv rit m the
state; goods well known, staple as dour, in uni
versal demand, and pay a n.t profit of 511 tn 1J
percent. Address TUB USIOS COMPANY.
uroaaway, -ew lurk. as
Ll'MBKR-LVMBSR YARD WORKMEN OF
ail tirades, can eecare stead emtii..vmMnt in
the lumlx-r yards of Chicago at from ft. M lo
t 00 per day on application in person to E. E
1IOOPKR Mvn.I.r .),. , i
lad Dealer's Association, nsim Ctrl chamber of
Commerce. S. K. corner LaSulle and Washington
streets. Cbkaeo, III. V
i. M. IIEAKDSLEV,
TTORSKY AT LAW Office with J. T. Ken
worthy, 17x5 Second Avenue.
JACKSON A I1LKST,
ATTORHRYH AT LAW. Office In Rock Island
National Bank Building, R k Island, 111.
.. SWIINIT. C.LW1LIIL
SWEEXET k WALKER,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
OoJce lo Bengsion's block. Rock Island, 111.
McE.MKY k MiEMKV.
TTORNRY'H AT f.AWf..e . . j
security, make collections. Refurenre, U Itch
ell Lynde. hankers, offioe in Postofsce block.
THE DAILY AitttL'S.
FOR SALE EVERY EVENING at Crampton s
News Stand. Five cents per copy.
DRS. Kl'THEKFORD k BUTLER,
GRADUATES OP TH E ONTARIO VBTERNA
ry colletre. Veternarv Phvsiciana ann Surveons
Offlcei Tindall's Livery stshle; Residence: Over
, b awi.ri iMjuare.
Teaches lis sindeais a
trade ail-' Ibea starts
inem in railroad service.
Send for circulars.
13-1 Jaxkvh.lc. Wis.
To sell our goods by sample to wholesale and re
tall trade. We are the largest manufacturers to
our line, liberal salary paid. Prrmaneut posi
tion. Money advanced for wagea, advertising.
eic r or rerms snores
CIHTEEMIAL UFO. CO.. Cbb-ago, V.i.
To sell the Dooular M. K. ADJUSTABLE FORM
CORSET. Il Is worn by Ladies wishing comfort
ana a gooa tana, ror vanisulars address
ELGIN CORSET CO.,
Rivia Sraarr. ElyjIN, ILL.
WM. 0. KULP.O. D,S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Kooml Sft, t7, zS and 4t,
Take Elevator. DAVENPORT. I A.
J. IL QASPARD, .
Library aoOding, Davenport, Iowa, Call for
awimnoa una tee wan Deion gotag lo Calcago.
Of course wo can give but a hint of
tha desirable fabrics. We call yonr at
tention to only a few.
SILK FINISH HENRIETTAS, 48
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 yon.
Mohair plaids, 42 in. 55c a yd, fine
Rock Island. Illinois.
Have the largest establishment West of Chioago. f
DONT FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZUAfJn,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 123 Sixteenth Street,
INCORPORATED UNDER THK THSJ STATE LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, TT.T.
Open daily from 9 a. m. to I p. m., and Svturday evenings from T to Se'daek.
Five per cent interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
It. P. REYNOLDS. Pres. r C. DENKMANN, Vice Pre. j. at. BUFORD. Caakhar.
P. U Mitchell, K P. Reynolds, F. O. Denkmann. John Crubanrh. C. T. Lrmde.
1. J. Reimera. L. ttlmon. K W. Hurst, J. M. Boford.
Jackson a He swt, Solicitors.
- and still wear Z
' as 5
Our prices are so much lower and our Goods of so much superior qual
ity that every lady owes it to herself to visit our Millinery Department
before purchasing elsewhere.
MRS. P. GREENAVJALT
1704 SECOND AVENUE, -
Narrow Escape from Fire !
But prices went down to meeCthe wants of every one wishing to buy
OIL CLOTHS, SHADES, DRAPERY, Etc.
PRICES IN PLAIN FIGURES.
KANN & HUCKSTAEDT,
No. 1311 and 1313 Second avenue.
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
No. 2608 Fifth Avenue, ROCK ISLAND.
ew .tote, new stock, the beat ioda al the loweet prices. A share or oetronaire solicited.
House and Sign Painter.
Firil-cltas Graining and Paper Hanfiaf.
P. O. Boa 872.
Makes Shoes look new. Softens
Leather. We recommend it
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
a Fifth Avenue, 1818 Second Aveaue, .
Rejaald Block. Harper Hou Block.
Double fold flannels S5o jrd
Dress flannels. 62 in. 490 a yd.
Plaids and stripes, all wool 4o a
yd. and op.
New robes In late combinations.
Worsted stripes 90 a yd.
Cashmeres, all wooL 42 in. 50o a yd
Robes, bordered, few left at $ I AO
Trimmings in latest styles Just
We will be pleased to hare yen la
spect onr large stock.
Shop Foatta Ave. aet flat aad SSd Sta.
Have you seen Schneider's
Men's Calf Shoes !
If -ot, call and aee them, and be ooa
Tinced that w beat all eon,
FIT AND PRICX,
Onr Men's Shoes cant be beat.
We art Leaders la
at lowest prices. An we aak
is s trial