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JAHNS & BERTELSEN,
lop, Tin and Sheet Iron te,-
PLUMBING. GAS AND STEAM FITTING.
STOVES, TIN WARE
And Hoitbk Furnishing Goods.
Steamboat and Distillery Work a Specialty.
1613 SECOND AVENUE.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
TFurore -art store-
Hss iii'i n rn r.tcd among the ladies since
t!;,.r,, i ;i,t of thne elent work and 5 feet bamboo easels, 83c.
They arc of Indian man- 8sl0 gilt frames, glass aid mat. 30c.
' 9'"1 89 tl,e Product is verv 8x10 white and gold frames, glass
; i: is doubtful if we will have any and mat, 35c.
m t.' ti.i- sens n. Call and mike jour Decorated window shades complete
t,rt:,.ns or wlwt YOU want may be gone. Wi!h 8prinS orea, 35c.
Pure Irish Linen stationery per lb.
THE FAIR wpptcoi.t.
' KINGSBURY &S0N
7Ct-i Second Avenue.
1705 Second Ave.
A. J. SMITH & SON,
k t- now r.-''e!e with Novelties. Tall and compare oar stock and prices.
A. J. SMITH & SON,
1 r. nn.l 127 West Third Street. Opp. Masonic Temple, DAVENPORT
iHcLfiRoisj, VVmv Pa'oc
I ;fiinfs'fS.a.S? SsSRP Pi ft
-WALL Pi? PER COMPANY-
Ml 12, 314 Twentieth St.,
And P.-stofliee B!x-k, Moline. ROCK ISLAND.
HNE WALL PAPER Exclusive s-ents for the followlnc -W largest Wall Paper
( ; M..: Itirj, a .ni, .lmr-iy .. Kohirt S. Hobhi ou., Nevlns & llavliaiid. New
i ' v t : 1'ij..t '(., tnl Krwrt Orsves A I'o.
-KK"l" "i'HflAi.S-W huh include" all tbe Art papers. Prices from 10 lo SO per cent
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ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ABLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
F. C. HOPP re.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Elrish Cough Syrupy
Acta'quickiy, is perfectly safe and never fails to cure all Long troubles.
TRY IT. 10c, 25c and 50c Bottles.
Medicine known for all Kidney, Long and Stomach trouble. Is
Thomas Kidney and Liver Pills.
5c a Bottle Samples free.
i:! qis .fc'.Tic7'E Cities.
HAS RECEIVED IIIS
No 1808 Second avenue.
Druggist, Rock Island.
FOR. COUNTY CLERK.
Chas. A. Crentz, of Molin , the Dem
Popular Xomiaee Wl.a Win be
Kleeted ext Sieve mber-mtraph.
Ira I Mkeich.
The democracy while having the good
fortune to present an unmually strong
county ticket in the present campaign,
occupies a particularly advuntageons po
sition before the voters of the county in
its choice for clerk. Chas. A. Creutz, of
Moltue, the nominee.isa representative of
the working classes. He is a selfsedu
catcd. Intelligent workingcian, who has
already occupied many offlcjs of trust and
confluence in the labor organizations of
Moline. and has proved hirr self every way
worthy of tbe respect thus shown him by
his fellow workingtnen.
Born in Sweden March 23. 1958, h9
emigrated with his parents to this coun
try in the spring of and located in
Benton county. Indiana. Like neatly a'j
emigrants his father was in debt for his
part of the fare, and of c jurse everyone
that was able to do any work was ob
liged to do so to secure an income to ac
quire the necessaiies of life. Charles
was then fourteen years of age. and he
hired out on a farm, and helped tbe
"Hoosieta" to farm for th -ee years. The
first year in the summer season he re
ceived a salary or $13 per month; in the
winter he worked for bis board and took
the advantage of going 1 3 school. lie
had then been (urousu the common
schools of Sweden, but wished to lfrn
the Krjglhh language. He continued
this way during these thr ;e years, though
he received a little more salary every
year. The last Bewon he received 18
per month, which was bi wages then for
a boy of seventeen years of age. He gave
his earnings to his parerts except wbat
he needed for i lathee. Ir. the fall of 1873
he hired as a cletk in a eeneral store at
Donovan, III., where his father had
move4. He remained four years the
last year he was head clerk, and had
charge of the books. He was then of
fered a position as assistant book-keeper
in a grain commission hi use at Lafayette,
Ind., which he accepted, but bad to take
entire charge of the bocks in a couple of
months as tbe head mai was out on the
road a good portion of the time. It was
a great deal of work, but young Creutz
In 1879 the firm discontinued business.
Creulz started for the west. He had two
brothers in Moline, and he stopped to see
them, and they induced him to stay and
secure employment in a shop, which he
did. He got employment at Deere i.
Co.'s plow works, where he still remains.
He married in 1881. In the- spring of
1387 he was nominate! for city clerk on
tbe citizens' ticket, and was elected, but
counted out on account of the two boxes
used at the election, city and township.
Enough ballots were cist to elect him, but
were put in the wrong box.
Ccti any one point out uat ijooi Out hat done
H tuhtnoron durina tt Uiuiu,nr h
Lying Alton! Herd.
The Anors has said that Tom Reed
secured hia reelection in Maine by the
worst kind of bribery and the scandalous
use of money This, the VnUn says, is a
lie, and that as his district was republi
can there was no nee l of using money
even if he had been to disposed.
When Reed was rompelled to leave
Washington to look nfter bis own elec
tion be carried ampl- wealth with him to
purchase every voter that was necessary.
He found it necessary. He also found it
necessary to employ an agent to attend
to the business for h m. This agent sat
at a tal le near the p'ls and openly pur
chased tbe voters as they were driven up.
paying them in the currency furnished by
Reed. Tbe price wris all the way from a
few dollars to twenty five dollars. When
more was necessary it was handed out.
This agent transacted bis business ss
openly as the te ler in a bank. The
money was given Reed by bis friends in
Washington friends who are benefitted
by the protection that is given to their
business by stealim; uionej from the peo
ple in the shape of taxes.
If there was no need of such practices
because the district was republican, ac
cording to the L'n on. what was the ne
cessity of importing into the Hate the
loose -tODijued genilemen from Washing
ton who were kep-. busy haranguing the
people from one t nd of the district to
Tbe democrats ujed the money, says the
Utilon. It was very likely, was it not,
that the democrats shou'd us? money in
a district which tiey had eiven up long
before Reed came down from Washington
with his boodle and his friends?
Another thing, says tbe Union. Reed is
a poor man and stands on bis merits.
Reed resides in cne of the handsomest
brown stone fron'. bouses in Portland and
lives in tbe best possible style. He was
poor at one time, when he was a strug
gling attorney, but when be got into pol
itics bis "merits" pointed out to him a
way in which he could cast an anchor to
tbe windward. Reed is a smart Yankee
cb;eky, audacious, bold, unscrupulous.
With him the er l justifies the means.
It yould not b necessary to present
Reed's qualities and peculiarities to the
peol at this h ur, except that he is ex
pected here on tbe 25th of the month to
educate the messes bow to vote and to
help elect Oest o congress. It is for tbe
purpose of showing those who do not
know Reed whit tbey may expect from
his utterance? Reed will make whatever
statement be thinks will fit, irrespective
of truth or comeqnences.and it is for this
reason the bur y gentleman from Blaine
is now given attention.
The faetary Baard.
The special tri-c'.ty gun factory com
mittee met. st tbe Harper at 4 o'clock
yesterday afternoon. S. H. Velie presid
ing and Judje Nathaniel French, of
Davenport, being secretary. Tbe com
mittee decided to formulate a plan for
presenting the advantages of tbia com
munity for the location of the gun factory
orally and to follow this by a written
report after visiting tbe locality. The
committee a pproved the actios of the
Rock Island Improvement association in
appointing a committee on location of ai
pr .ctice rang . and urged the committee
to make its in vestigations as soon as possi
ble. The cos mittee started out this morn
ing. The trin ity committee agr ed to meet
at the Harper again at 4 o'clock this after
Col. Wh ttemore received word late
this afternoon that the board would be
here tomom w.
THE ROCK ISLAND
and Otberlr-art'UearernlDt; Aaxna-
Rev Prof. C. E. Lindberg. of New
York, who has accepted a position as
professor in the theological department of
Angustana College, ia expected to arrive
in about ten days. Prof. L. will be a very
important addition to the teaching force.
Rev. M. P. Lindberg, of Minekaune,
Wis., has been called as professor of
Christianity in the collegiate and prepar
atory departments. No ret ly has as jet
Mr. C. A. Rosander has begun direct
ing the college gymnasium work. Ten
hours a week are devoted to this impor
tant part of college training in the excel
lmlly equipped gymnasium located in
With these changes, providing Rev. M.
P. Lindberg accepts.the various faculties
will be completed, and t ie moat prosper
ous year in the history of tbe institution
fairly under way. Things look exceed
ingly bright. The present enrollment of
260 students exceeds that of last year at
this time by about 70, and is only 26 be-,
low the largest attendance during the en-
I tire college year. The business depart
ment is betting a liber. 1 share of ihe pat
ronago, and new applications are receive!
General Blanagir J Jesperson left
today on a business trip to Gilesburg.
Rev. and Mrs. Schileen, of St. Mary's
Kas , made a visit at the college on tht ir
retu-n from Knoxville, IP. Rev. Schileen
has received a call from the Swedish Lu
theian congregation at that place, and it
is understood that he will accept.
The board of directors of tbe college
decided to hold a grand reformation fes
tival at the college, Thursday. Nov. Cth.
The entire day will be devoted to the fes
tivities. In the morning at 10 o'clock,
tbe two new theologicalfprofessors, Uevs.
N. Forsatder and C. E. Lindberg, will be
installed. The festival proper will take
place in the afternoon tnd several of tbe
more prominent ministers ia Augustana
synod will make short addresses on sub
jects to be announced.l.'iter. Both Swe
dish and English will be used, and vocal
and instrumental music will be inter
spersed. In the evenini; Prof. G. Stolpe
will give a grand conceit. A large num
ber of visitors fiom the surrounding cit
ies are expected.
The old college building hasabecn un
dergoing complete repairs during the
summer and fall, and a new boiler is now
being set into position. Everything looks
new and neat. Augustana business col
lege is located in this building, and spec
ial attention is being paid to its complete
and elaborate furnishing.
The enterprising general manager.TUv.
J. Jesperson, has been busy these davs
circulating a petition addressed to tie
Rock Island Citizens' Improvement as
sociation. It asks for their influence
with the city council to have sidewalks
ordered for Thirty-eighth street and
Seventh avenue, in the neighborhood of
tbe college. Over two hundred interested
signers ask this. There is certainly a
need for suen an order.
WHO PAYS THE HILL?
larldrat That l arinrr I'rovi a
low the l ontararr l Tavrd.
H-.-re is another instance of how the
peop)tcan understand that the MiKinley
bill tsriff increases the cost to the con
sumer. Prof. G R. Housel. tf this city,
received a box of musical instruments
from New York and with it a circular
that on and after that date instruments of
that character would be advanced in
price from 50 to 100 per cent. Had the
box in question been shipped to him a
day later than it was there would have
been an extra charge of jT.on account of
the new tariff.
And yet we are told that the ta iff does
not increase the cost of goods and the
foreigner pays the bill.
Yet Gist voted for thst bill and all the
cost it adds 1 1 every consumer.
(I'lt rt,il for ilfirtr hool fcn,l for ch I irm .
1h youth of tht country will tta'rt a c I wf.y of
remrmbtring httn Kkrn thru grow up.
The famine 'ity IHrrrtory.
The Stone City Directory company has
opened an office at 1712 Second avenue
where a force of clerks may t found
compiling the Rrrk Island portion of the
Dew directory . If you are not sure that
vour name has been taken or if you may
have made any mistakes, don't fail to call
and report tbe same. Mr. Stone and his
force are working day and night and are
using every effort to give us not only the
most metropolitan, but tbe most complete
and accurate book that we have ever bad.
The canvass ia not yet finished for Rock
Island, but will be pushed forward as fast
aB possible. Work will be commenced
Bbortly in Moline; don't fail to subscribe
for a copy and thus aid those who attempt
tbe arduous task of publishing a first-
class city directory.
As an illustration of how the Stone di
rectory is regarded as a standard work, a
letter was received by Mr. Stone yester
day from tbe Boyd Directory company,
of Washington, asking for two copies
each of the city directories of the Daven
port, Rock Island and Qiincy com
piled by Mr. Stone. This is presumo-
evidet.ee that the directories are to
in checking up tbe census re
Moir Mr (iret hy your tot't that he cannot tell
you out in Wathirvron and then con bad trih
a mueet that you tend A m thereagatn.
A. Denkmann and Louisville
The F. C.
The Verne Swain came dewa from
Clinton and returned.
The stage of the water on the bridge
at noon "was 3:70; the temperature, 54. ,
The long delayed packet, Mary Mor
ton, got down this morning, and pro
ceeded on ber way to St. Louis.
The Dan Thayer bronght down eight
strings of logs and six of lumber; tbe
Stillwater sixteen of logs, and the B,
Hershey eight of logs and seven of lum
Advices from Supt. . M. Dickey, of
tbe Diamond Jo line, sound tbe first
warning of tbe approaching close of nav
igation. After tbe steamer Sidney re
turns from her present trip to St. Paul.
and the Pittsburg now due up reaches
that city, no boats will go farther north
than Dubuque this season. Until further
notice there will be two regular boats
each week in tbe trade between St Louis
and Dubuque, and these boats will take
fre'ght in any aized lota for La Crosse,
Winona and St, Paul and reahip from Du
buque by rail. Car load lota are still
taken from C, B. & Q. points, but bust
new with the C, M. & St. P. has been
ARGUS, .THDHSPaV. OCTOBER 1(1 iH.
raha" aad Harprr'a Theatre
Tonight occurs tbe re opening of the
rcmodiled and greatly beautified Har
pers theatre. Tbe Turkish opera suc
cess, "Said Pasha," is to be presented.
The Columbus, (O.) Stale Journal says
of the noted musical event:
"Said Pasha," the great operatic suc
cess which has been attracting tbe at
tention of musicOoving people and tbe
encomiums oi tne best; critics, was pre
sented for tbe first t me at the thtatre
last night by the California Ooera com
pany. Itisdoub.ful if tbe Columbus
put lie will have another such such op
portunity this season of seeing and hear
ing so fine a production and so excellent
a company in all its pans. There is not
a dull phase in the opera, and tbe dia
logue and action are particularly bright.
The stage settings and tbe costumes are
among the moat gorgeous which have
been seen in Coiumbus. In a company
composed of so many superb voices and
so well balanced, it might be expected
that the chorus woul 1 be especially fine,
and that no one was disappointed on this
Score. Indeed the combined effect in the
climaxes was so Inspiring that the com
pany was compelled to present almost
two operas in one, so far as work was
concerned, in response to the general ap
plause and enthusiastic expressions of the
audience. The opera is presented in two
acts, the scenes being presented in Con
stantinop'e and in the rajah's palace and
garden in India, and consists in general
of a pleasing combination of titled mat
rimonial and love ventures.
Gut tlhj not Mini it vtrth while to rote fur the
far mere- or contvincn' interest but fulfil very
time with the mmoploy of the taut.
"Sail Pasha" at the theatre tonight.
Tte California opera company ia at the
Mr. 8am Heagy, of Hanip on, was in
the city t day.
Tonight occurs the formal reopening of
Trainmaster J. C. Stanton, of the C,
B ' & Q , was in the city loday.
Messrs. J. H. Foster and J. S. Wylie,
of Drury, were in thecity today.
Mr. Dan Oberg is greeting his old
friends after a severe siege of illness.
Mr. A. C. Dart leaves for the east in a
few days on an extended business trip.
Mr. Morris Rosenfield leaves next
week for Tt-xas to attend the state fair in
the Lone Star state. r
Mr. Adam Maucker has returned from
his visit to his old home in Ohio and other
places of interest in tbe Buckeye state.
Heromingson's hardware store on Fif
teenth street, Moline, was broken into
last night aid some air guns were stolen.
Chas. Stoddard leaves for Reec's Land
ing tonight, to act ai inspector of a dam
to be constructed under the cireaion of
Vote for John A. Wilson and G. W.
Vinton for representatives. They are
the people's candidates and did not re
ceive ttitir nominations through po iticrl
mmipulalion and strategy.
It is qu te probab'e that Mj. Macken
zie's engineer corps will occupy tie
rooms on the fourth floor of Mitchell &
Lynde's new building, pending the erec
tion of the Rock Island government bud !
inn. Mr. James Fitzi nld. of Muscatine,
was in the city today. He is an affable
geniletnan and brother-in-law of Hon.
Frank Lanier, the next sheriff of Cook
R. H. Hinman will be the next state
senator from the Twenty-first district.
He 's ihe ideal representative of the far
mers' interest. He stands for practical
industry and intelligence as a farmer, and
is not an insult to the agricultural
Everyone is pleased with the demo
cratic county ticket. Not a fai.ll can be
found with it or anyono on it C. D.
Gordon for sheriff, Geo. B Browner for
treasurer. Chas A Creutz for clerk and
C. B Marshall for superintendn.t of
Wm. Rispen. the base ball player, who
created the sensation at Moline Sunday,
by entering somebous8 and then swim
ming the rver to Davenport where he
wa9 captured, was brought over to Rork
Island tojay and given into Sheriff Sil
The London Clothing company is ars
ranging everything for the reception of
its extensive tl x-k of clothing. The
large and spacious Mom is beiag riicelv
decorated with Bowers and Chinese fans.
lanterns and umbrelUs. Wait and watch,
only a few days more.
The police have found the small coat
stolen from Capt. Durham's house Saturn
day night. In a pocket was the n:te book,
the loss of wbich tbe captain regretted so
deeply. The coat was found near the old
Castle house on Second avenue between
Ninth and Tenth streets.
A freight train conductor on the Giles
burg division of the C , B. & O; , fell off
a car in his train near Opheim Monday
night and the train went on without him.
The engineer on the day passenger com
ing up from bt. Louis saw the man lying
unconscious near the track a few minutes
later. He was picked up and brought on
to Orion and later sent to his home at
Gaiesburg. His injuries are aol thought
to be extremely serious.
The Reid trial for manslaughter col
lapsed in the circuit court at Davenport
today. Judgo Brennan decided not to
admit the dying declaration of tbe girl,
Clara Matthews, whereupon the state
rested and the court instructed the jury
to find for the defendant, which tbey did,
and acquitted him.
A horse attached to oce of the Ameri
can Express company's wagons became
frightened and unmanageable, on Second
avenueand Seventeenth street at 5 o'ehtck
last evening and went down the latter
street toward Third avenue on a jump.'
The driver held on to the ribbons for
dear life, tbe ohstreiurous steed pursuing
the suiea'k. Mr C. D. Gordon matched
a child f:ntn under the horse's feet in
front of bis hotel, and the light fixtures
above the door were brokt-n by tbe wag
on striking them The hnrw was stopped
in the next block witjout further dam
age. LOCAL NOTICES.
Oysters at Krell & Math's.
Go to Holbrook's. Davenport, for car
pels and silk curtains.
First clas tailors wanted; union cr
non-union by F.C. Uoppe.
Send your friends to Knell & Math's
for a dish or can of fresh oysters.
Call and see the band-carved bed room
suites at Holbrook's, Davenport.
Parlor suites and fancy chairs of every
description at Holbrook'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
Cabinet just received at Holbrook's, Dav
enport. An elegant assortment of dining tables,
chairs and bat racks at Holbrook's, Dav
When yon want a nice dish of fresh
oysters step in to Krell & Math's and or
der them np in any style.
Parlor goods purchased and paid for
before November 1. will get tbe benefit of
a discount of 10 per cent, at Kaon &
Bear in mind we do not quit making ice
cream when cold weather sets in. and yon
can get it in any quantity in tbe coldest
weather. Remember Krell & Math's and
get the beat.
$50,000 to loan on real estate security.
in sums of $200 and upward, at lowest
current rates of interest, without com
mission. E. W. Hoist, Attorney at
law, hock mass.
J Arnold a Kalletln
! We are about to astonish the purchas
ing public of the three cities with a series
ui ciwiuruiaarj announcements, and as
a beginning a fitting one to lead np to
others e announce for Friday, Saturs
aay and Monday, October 17. 18 and 20.
uouuacrcuiei alio wnicn anau surpass
every previous enort oi the kind and open
an unequalled opportunity for those who
desire them for Immediate use or to re
serve mem Tor holiday gifts.
Loll. 00 dozen hemmed ladiea' hand
kerchiefs, colored bordered handler-
cniei aaverusea and aold regularly by
uiucrs ai oc, we seii at lc each during this
Lot 8. 100 dozen colored bordered and
plain white hemmed-stitched and drawn
linen handkerchiefs usual'y Bold at 10c;
mis saie at eacb. an
Lot a. loo dozen pure linen white
nemmed stitched, embroidered and initial
handkerchiefs, good quality and sold reg
ularly from 20c to 25c; this sale at 10c.
Lot 4. 50 dozen ''bargain wondet"
handkerchiefs, fcemmed-stiicbed. em
broidered and scalloped edges, pure linen
lawn, worth from S3c to 40c; this sale
only at 21c. We also include in this lot
at 21c a quantity of Japanese silk hand
kerchiefs, hemmed-stitched and embroid
Lot 1. 25 dozen pure lintn white
hemmed handkerchiefs, cheap at 15c;
this fale at 8c
Lt 2. 25 dozen very good u,ulilv pure
linen banckerchiefs, used as a leader at
25c; this sain we will sell them at 15c.
Lot 8. 50 dozen "bargain wonder
handkerchiefs. This lot includes gents'
Japanese silk handkerchiefs, in white and
black; also fine pure linen handkerchiefs,
in white and colored border, evervone
worth 50c; some 75c; we will sell them
these three days at 25c eacb.
To make this sale a general one
throughout the department we will sell
all other lines not placed on the counters
at 15 per cent discount from regular
In addition to the above we will sell
two lots of Rentlemen's r ight robes.some
thing especially new at especially low
Lot 1. 20 dozen gents' well made niul.t
robes, will trimmed and made of the best
muslin, worth regularly 75c: we will sail
at 47c each.
Lot 2 20 dozen gents' night robes.
embroidered bosom, collar, cuffs and
pockets, worth fl; th'sssle at 63c.
Friday. Saturdav and Mondav. Oft 17
18. 20. Do not miss the exceptional bar
gains. M. Arnold.
lAt Mr. Gel umlirttnmt thn h tm
in WaMtKjton. He hut b?t raved thote trAo trvttnl
irl and cannot do eo aoain.
The Crown dining ball. No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish you
the best meal In the city for 25 cents. A.
a. JotinsoD, proprietor.
Bar in mind that trrrn dnllnr t fi ............ .-. y.
cotl of living uat voted Jot by U,it.
Keep steadily in mind that Gea. vnied
for everything to make taxes higher, and
that he would do so again if be ever got
f Tle monf regular Hunt uhich Qest dhluhtle
aaay uae the r-ulaiUy rirh uhu h he dr.tr h
Mr. Joseph Lerch has withdrawn frjm
the Adams Wall Paper Co., and w II
start in uutiness on bis own account,
notice of which wil, be given in due time.
W hat did lltnt da for th (V.l n ...... th.
P'Ojlf pay hivtf
Everybody known scrofula to h a
disease of the blojd. and Hoort a Srra.
panlla is tbe best remedv for all hlnnH
J E. Moteos. - - . Manager.
Comic Opera Co.
From the Oaid Gpera Hooe. San Fr-.rico,
pre-entitr a perfect cro.1u. uoD of ifce
. Merry C'omtr oper
25 ARTISTS 25
Complete t 'horoa:
Llegmt Cottwnea '.
Pkicis-SOc. TV- ami SI 00. Kenerved sealson
ale int. 1-Hh at Harper Home Dmgatore.
jo per rent red net ion for the next SO 1t
on BuggieaanJ Spring Waohi.
ISO. 1610, ltil-J and 1614, Third Ave..
la the cheapen place In the eonntj lo bay Car
riages, bugaiea, Halnta, OUa. etc.
HORST VON KCEKRISZ. Pharmacist.
PKESTKIPT10X9 A Sr&TIALTY.
Fourth Ave. and Twenty-Third St.
m a rat or
1200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five time the amount
of tbe loan.
Intereat 7 per cent teml ansoally, collected ana
remitted free of cbarga.
K W. HURST,
Attobhkt at Law
Booms t aad 4 lla4olc Tempi.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Lloyd & Stewart,
It Is that Impurity in the blood, which, ac
cumulating m the glands ot the neck, pro.
duces unsightly lumps or swellings; which
causes palntul running sores on the arms,
legs, or feet; which drvelopes ulcers in tbe
eyes, ears, or nose, often causing blindness or
deafness; which Is the origin of pimples, ean.
cerous growths, or the many other manifesto,
tions usually ascribed to humors;" which,
fastening upon the lungs, causes consumption
and death. Being the most ancient, it Is the
most general of all diseases or affections, for
vt-j few persons are entirely free from it,
By taking Ilood's Sarsaparilla, which, by
the remarkable cures It has accomplished,
often when other medicines have failed, has
proven itself to le a potent and peculiar
medicine for this disease. Some of these
cures are really wonderful. If you suffer from
scrofula, be sure to try Hood's Sarsaparilla.
"My daughter Mary was afflicted with scrof
ulous sore neck from the time she as 2? months
old till she became six years of age. Lumps
formed In her neck, and one of them after
growing to the size of a pigeon's egg, became
a running sore for over three years. We gave
nor Hood's Sarsaparilla, when the lump and
all Indications of scrofula entirely dis
appeared, and now she seems to be a healthy
child." J. S. Cart.ii e. Nauright, S. J.
K. It. Be sure to get only
field !.jr all dnirirliti. fl; alt for ft. Preparedonly
br C. I. IIOOI a CO., ApotWailca. LuweU. Mua.
IOO Doses One Dollar
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THEM:
Cheapest and be-t plare in the paper for
Wanla." "Lost." "Sale" and -Kent" uottrt-a
Onlv one-half cent a word. Kvervbtidv raiW tiii.
column. Try it.
ment of any kind for small waaea. or a olace
wnere he can work for h a board and yo to school.
Inquire ai ARcca omi-e. it
OEOOND-HANO FLRS1TI HK. bonaht. aold
t?or exchanged. Montr loanad or Fnraltnr
stored at Southeast comer Perry and Third bta ,
FOR SALE VALUABLE fATENT Im
provement on Elevaiora. Now in niM-rnl'nti at
Star f inishing Work., Bass Hamilton St., Philada.
Pa; preserves life and limh; for full ocmculara
apply to KoBr J. WALKER. Inventor.
FOR SALE t HEAP-lol BI.E II USE AND
vacant lot. delliary tem and w .-iron. toe-,
bookca-e. wardrobe, vcretary. parlor et, piano,
what-not. oil tank, etc. J..,n Kdnarda. A f E.
Sinn street. Uaveniiort. Iowa. 11 Iw
TTTANTED SUITABLE PARTY To LEAKS
a our business and travel for II-
American; sieadv oosltion:
evening at Commercial tott-1.
WANTED An acltve Travellns Salesman to
lla general line of our Mm handis to
merchants oniv. Ooiwt wae and evoense. raid
Wholesale offloe K -IW Was'ulngiou st , Chicago.
PLACE IN A PHI V ATE
W family bv a man an
his wife; Ihe man I
thoroughly acquainted with the duties Incidental
lo ine tare or horses, and tte woman Is a cm
pelent house keeper. Beat references given.
Address "A 'AkUls office.
TTTANTKD. A LADY
Til kitiiit a
Branch office, at her own home for th-. P.
ions Female specific "Orange Lii": a aulendld
: address With sTamn Tti. TW tfVwta,.
ley Medical Institute. South Bend lnd.
SALESMEN WANTED TO SELL Nl'hSKRT
Stock. Ml nation" permanent, salary and ex
penses, or commls-lon from start. No uperi
ence necessary, outfit free. Write for terms,
stating SKe ft. E. HOuEEK CO , Nurserymen.
Kochesler. N. V.
WANTED GENERAL STATE AORNT To
open head.inarters In some nrinrinal eitv.
asnae exclusive control of our hn-tness and ap
point local and sub-agents In everv citv in ibe
stale; a-.xis well known, staole as flour, in uni
versal demand, and par a nst rrorlt of SI lops)
percent. Address THE UNION COMPANY.
Broadway. New York. 25
LI MRKR-Ll wBCR YAKD WORKMEN OF
all grades, can serure steady employment lu
the lumber vards of 'hii--,.. ' ti ... ...
$2 a per day on appllraiion in person lo E. E.
HOOfr-n. Secretary of the Chlrairn Lumber
a--d Dealer's Association, mom ell I'hatnh. of
Commerce. S. at. corner LaSalle and Wa-hu.ton
streets., Chuasto. III. a
J. M. BEAhHSLLY.
ITTORSET AT LAW Ofuce with J.
a i wormy, its second Avenoa.
JUKSO.X A II IK ST.
STTORrJEYS AT LAW. office n Rock Island
L Nanoual Bank Building. Krk Island.
c. L. walk la.
SWEESET st WALKER,
I TTORNKY8 AND COUNSELLORS AT LA'
lOtBce in Bengaton'a block. Rock Island. III.
Mi'EMKY ft MeEMKl's
ATTORN" KYU AT LAW-Losn money or food
security. make collections. Reference atom.
II A Lynde. bankers. Olttce in Hostomra block.
THE DAILY A RHUS
FOR SALE EVERY EVEMN'O at Cramp ton's
News Stand. Five crois per copy.
DRS. RUTHERFORD A HITLER,
GRADUATES OF THE ONTARIO VBTBRNA
ry college. Velemarv Phrsieiana ann Suravnns
Office! Tindali's Livery stable; Residence: over
aitci, r j , uargei square.
trmae an tliro starts
iDftn iq rsiirotva wmcc,
IsVH Jaxkivillk. Wis.
To sell our goods b? sample to wholesale and re
tail trade. We are the largest manufacturers in
oar line. Liberal salary paid. Permanent posi
tion. Money advanced for wages, advertising.
ci, r or rvnn- aonrese
CBITIiaiAL UT0. CO.. Chicago, PL
To sell the popular M . E. ADJUSTABLE FORM
CORSET. It is worn by Lstdies wishing comfort
ana a gooo rorm. ror particulars aedress
ELGIN CORSET CO..
Rrrta STaaa-r, ELUIN. ILL.
WM. 0. KULP.D. D,S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO .
Booaaa ta, 17. a aad ta.
Take Slerator. DAVENPORT. IA.
pH0TO-EN GRAVES Q, .
J. M. GASPARD,
Library BaudJaf , Davenport, Iowa, Call foe
aatlaMtai and ee work bafora going to Chicago.
Of course we can give bnt 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 la 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.
H ave the largest establishment West of Chicago.
lONT FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEIYIANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth 8treet,
INCORPORATED UNDER TDK TBE STATE LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, TT.T.
Open daily from 9 a. m. to p. m , and Svtarday evenings Trota 7 to 8 Vcleck.
Five per cent interest paid on Deposits- Money loaned on Personal,: Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
E. P. REY.10LD3, Pres. F C. DSNKKAVX. Vice Pres. 1. M. BCFORD. Cashier.
P. L. Mitchell K P. Meynoldi. F Denltmsnn. John Ornhsnrt C. P. Lynda.
J- J. Keimerv, L. Siin.m. E W. II am. J. M. Baford.
J.casoj. A Hrasr, Solicitors.
! Second Aa
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 & HUCE.ST.AwEDTt
No. 1311 and 1813 Sccrn 1 avenue.
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
No. 2606 Fifth Avenue, ROCK ISLAND.
-New stote. new sUKk. the best art, at the lowest prices. A .hare of Bmtrowa. .oil died.
House and Sign Painter.
Fir-t-clss Graining and Paper Hanging.
P. O. B.n G73.
Makes Shoes look new. Softens
Leather. .We recommend it
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
3MifU. Avenue, 1818 tWond Axenue,
Reynold'. Block. ... ' Harjr Hoot Block.
Double fold flannels 25c a yd.
Dress flannels, 52 In. 40c a yd.
Plaids and stripes, all wool 49c a
yd. and up.
New robes in lata combinations.
Worsted stripes 29o a yd.
Cashmeres, a'J wool. 42 in. 50c a yd
Robes, bordered, few left at $1.50
Trimmings In latest styles just
We will be pleased to have you in
spect our large stock. ,
Summer is past; tbe fall
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.
O. M. LOOSLEV,
1609 Second Ave.
Shop Ponrth A. bet. 1 at and rid SU.
Have you seen Schneider's
Men's Calf Shoes I
If not- ewfl s tA .i . "' ' "
tuna, axa oe coa
inrd that we beat all com.
PIT AND PRICE.
. Our Men's Sboea can! be beat.'
We are Leaden In
at lowest price. All are aak
Is a trial
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