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Copper, Tin aM
PLUMBING. GAS AND
And House Furnishing Goods.
'Steamboat and Distillery Work a Specialty.
1613 SECOND AVENUE.
rock Island, ill.
, ri-'iti'.l among the ladies since
,. i f tli s- elcstint work ant
T.'iey are of Indian nian-
,-! a the product is very
i. iiiiiTitf-.il if we will have any
. s.'-f in. Call and mike your
Hi ,.r wli! you want may be gone.
1703 Second Avenue.
Wholesale Dealers for
Copper-Smithing, Sheet Iron, Gas and
Steam Fitting, Also Sewer work.
BIKER & HOUSMAN,
Opposite Harper House.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ABLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
K. C. HOPP re.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Syrup-
Acts'quickiy, is perfectly safe and never fails to cure all Lang troubles.
TRY IT. 10c, 25c and 50c Bottles.
Medicine known for all Kidney, Lang and Stomach trouble,, it
Thomas Kidney and Liver Pills.
5c a Bottle Samples free.
Sleet Iron Ml-
5 feet bamboo easels, 88c.
8x10 gilt frames, glass and mat. 30c.
8xt0 white and gold frames, giass
and mat, 33c.
Decorated window shades complete
with spring Allures, 35c.
Pure Irish. Linen stationery per lb.
Wall paper at cost.
KINGSBURY & SON
1705 Second Ave.
T1AS RECEIVED HIS
No 180S Second avenue.
Rock Island, III.
Druggist, Bock Island.
THE ARMY VISITORS.
The Gun Factory Board to Arrive
Hw Tomorrow Uiu b) pet-Ttae
I-oral Commute FlBd a ood
The board of army officers makrn a
tour or the country with a view of select
Ins: a suitable site for the locution of a
factoiy for steel fYiroin,,. .u. .
ficatmn bill, will arrive in Rock Island
this evening from Chicago, a..d will be
met at the depot by the local committees
on entertainment and arrangements, and
also by Col. Whittemore. and conducted
to the Harper, where they wil, pass the
mgbt, and tomorrow will visit Rock Is
land arsenal and other points of interest
in pursuance of their mission . The offi -cers
were appointed by the president to
investigate and report, and ar3 in charge
of Col. Wm. P. Craigkil. U. H. A.
The commilf of the Rjck Ieland Cit
izens' Improvement associate n on eelic
t on of a practice range put in yesterday
prospecting. The gentlem.n. Messrs.
Henry Crse, John Crubaugli and John
Peeiz! in company with Mr. H. Bosse.
draughtsman of Mj. Mackeizie's engi
neer c.rps. visited Cordova first, where
tbey were joined by Messrs. Zimmerman
and Webster and driven ovtr to an ad.
mirable tract in the Docia bottoms, fully
ten miles long by one to threes miles wide
and through which runs tract k.i
The gentlemen received a suitable option
u we same, tuned at m. Mills' and re
turned home last night.
by the MrKlnley Bill lie
3Iarh Too Font:
Recently Mr. J E CJarey. a manufac
urer of ihe Weir tin furnace at Des
Woines, Iowa, wrote o the Reoistrr rf
that city as foilows:
"Tin t Wte has gone up some more
fifty ctnts vi r box. This iu nni fru,
Jo 'he end of controversy, but a mply as
luiuiawuu. ine iiegvtle-suggested, if
wanted to keep up a "con roversy" over
D anticioateil ris in tin ,.iu im k...
hire a hall. The tariff on tin .! n i.
making too much of a demand upon my
.. y.uo. nU i auoru 10 i ire a hall. lie-,
d 8 this I don't aunt f.A.,rrrt t
simply want to know how, as a western
mm, I am being benefitted as the result
of havioe to already pay one dollar more
per box for tin nUtp I mn a; .
to the high tritt organ for what seems to
me snrauie uign tartn n formation, but
nore has com. I woniier if there is nt
hat can be made pul.licT'
iliif for the l'eole
The Keokuk ConlitHUn-Democrat re
ferring to the situation here says:
Reports comins to us f -r.m nur neigh
boring oncressional distr ct. the Elev
enth, of Iilinois, convey the gratifying
news that the election of Ben Cable to
succeed Oest in almost an absolute cr
tainty. 1 be democrats are beins? rein
forced by large numbers of independent
republicans who are alive to the demands
of the fcour hi re in the west Gest be
trayed the interests of lis constituents
in the most shameful manner. He voted
for the MtKitilev bill; he voted against
the free coinage of silver; he voted for
everything that the eastern mill bosses
atked fur, and agnin-teverv measure which
would have benefited the people who
sent him to congress; he vc-trd for military
su pervision ot ele tions. Ben Cable in au
open letter, replying to tome direct ques
tions propounded oy a voter interested in
the vital issues to the west, makes a
manly stttement of hi views upon ques
tions which deeply affect the people of
the west. Ue believes that a reduction
of the duties is necessary to the prosper
uy or. our people, and aence is unalter-
aolv opposed to the wbole snirit of the
McKilI -y bill with its increase of what he
regards as already unimt and oppressive
txxation. If he is elected this fall he
will vote to repeal that aw. He will be
found always on the Hide of the DeoDle
of the Eleventh distric t, as against the
monopolists of Wall street, ew England
and the east, whoso vie . ims we are now
compelled by Uw to be Voters must do
their duty next month.
Jf thr .!( h'inlfy hill hail Iish tfrtuiina
outrtttfuui Osst wuttt rotrd Jor u.
The next meeting of the Tri-City Min
isterial union, with wLich all Evangelical
ministers of the vicinage are invited to
unite, will be held in Davenport, at
the Y, M. C. A. rooms on Brady street.
on Monday, Nov. il, at 10 o'clock
a.m. The topics and programme will
include "Origin and Growth of Religious
Liberty ' by Rey. Dr. Robbins, of Musca
tine; "Limitations of Religious Liliertv"
by Rev. E P. Brand, of Orion.
Remain or n Mammoth.
While making excavations at the brick
plant near Sears yesterday, workmen in
the employ of the Rockford Construction
company came upon what appeared to be
the tusks of a mammoth. Though much
crumbled it was easy to discern that they
were three and a half feet long and had
been in the earth's bowels a great number
of years. Tbey were found over the coal
layer and under the glacier period of for
mation. ThrMlmr V. A.
At Sunday afternoon's meeting of the
Y. M. C. A. reports will be made of the
state convention of the Y. M. C. A. The
programme will be as follows:
Servire of wini):.
Heport of hible -tutly. IT. N. Hrllfen.
Hi-port of tliiai.i:lal recretury. F. C Skinner.
oiik and prayt-r
Hi-nurt of veiling lnd Samiitv. A. Siorker.
Kepurt of p..i?reliirle-' conference. F. V. Ling,
KiK Mavlngs Bank Tor .Holler.
The ttite auditor has issued a permit
for the organization of the People's sav
ings bank of Moliie with a capital stock
of $1,0(10,000 and with E. B. Keator, C.
H. Deire. Moirs Rosenfield, E. U.
Steight. A. Teibuig, C. F. Grantz. John
W. Good, and H. A. Ainsworth as or
lltnt't Vott male umrtr tiring for every roan.
woman and child in 'ht district.
Advrrtlned 1,1 t of l-ettrrn Xo. 4.
Lift of letter nor led for at tbe Fostoflice at
Kock I'lnnd. Ho t lslnnd coontv. Illlnoi
uri. 1 1. iri
Butrhellor H P
c of Miller John box 843
Prop of Woolen Factory
Si rue Tbomaa E
Snow A R
Sulky Err aie
Taylor E T
White B S.
HOWARD WELLS, P. M.
Die Mrs Mary
Gale C a
Hamilton W N
John liM4ih ave
McCarthy Cbaa -
Grand Lsdt e Kaighta of Pythias.
Bloumi ( qton. III.. Oct. 21-23.
On account nf this meeting the Rock
Island & Peoria railway will make an ex
cursion rate tf a fare and one-third
for the round trip. Trains leave
Rock Inland at 8:15 a. m. and 2:20
p. m.. and arrive at Bloomington at 1:15
p. m. and 9:13 p. m . and equally good
time returning. Denot foot of Twentieth
street. P. H. Rockwell
Swellings in the neck and all other
forma of scrcfula, salt rheum, etc., are
oared by Hood's Sanaparilla.
THE BOCK ISLAND AllGUS, Fill DA Y, OCTOBER 17 i mo
iua lncAlttlw Sjvx I I WITH no 1 TIV PIATI? ir.iiv i : -3 z r
Aoptrlon Opeoloc Laat WiKht aad a
Popular mad Faahlooable Eveot.
The reopening of the reconstructed and
richly beautified Harper's theatre last
evening nnder the management of Mr. J,
E. Montrose was signalized by the aD
pearance of a brilliant and appreciative
audience to witness tbe presentation for
tbe first time in Rock Island by the Cali
fornia Opera company of the comic opens
"Said Pnsha." It was a most auspicious
event, and one that must have been high
ly gratifying indeed to tbe new and pop
ular lessee. The remodeled boxes no
either Bide of the stage were occupied by
representative citizens and their families
and by young people of both sexes rerjre
senting the elite of Rock Island, Daven
port and Moline. the ladies appearing in
evening costume and tbe gentlemen in
The comical musical production "Said
Pasha," while never classed as a great
work, affords many opportunities for fun
and entertainment, which are improved to
the utmost by the California Opera com
pany. The libretto was written by Scott
Marble, while Richard Siabl composed
the music. The story is sufficiently com
plicated to give opportunity for varied
musical treatment. The cast was care
fully selected and included among the
more important Impersonations, Mr.
Jerome Sykes as -Said Pasha." Mr. Bert
Holcombe as "Hassen Bey," Mr. C. II.
League as tbe Raiah," Mr. Robert Mans
field as "Hadad." Miss Agnes Sherwood
as "Serena." and Miss Julia Christian as
"Alti." The honors of the evening were
awarded to Mr. Bert Ho combe, who in
his youth' resided in this city, and who
possesses a rich baritone voice and ease
of action that should give him the leading
place in the caste; to Mr. Robert Mans
field who proved himself a clever and
originbl comedian, and to Miss Agnes
Sherwood who is a gifted prima donna
and graceful actress.
Last evening Manager Montrose suc
ceeded in arranging with the California
company to present "La Mascotte" for a
matinee entertainment tomorrow after
noon and the company will be greeted by a
I.ft Otfat ttiiy at home and study ths Interests OC
Nice dill pickles at F. G. Young'p.
Fine Missouri apples at C C. Tru.s-
Caul. flower, celery and oysters at F. G.
Fine hubbard squash for winter use. at
C. C. Truts-Ule's.
Xew currant, raisins, piunes and ap
ricots at Long's.
Choice Concord and Catawba grapes at
Fine catwba and Concord grapes, at
C. C Truesdale's.
Choice cranberries, celerv, oysters and
eating apples at Long's.
"La Macotte" matinee at Harper's
theatre tomorrow afternoon.
Mr. Wm. Kevins is home from Gales
burg for Sunday sojourn.
Leave orders for line dressed duoks and
chickens at O. V. Truesdale's.
Go to Twentieth s'reet lauudry for
firttclasj work. W. B. Hill, proprietor.
The new scenery at Harper's theatre
will be exhibited for the firit time tomor
Mr. G. L. Wynes and wife returned this
afternoon from their wedding trip and
will make Davenport their home,
Wine sap. Golden Pippin. Northern
Spy. Ben Davis and Bro. Jonathan apples
by the barrel, bushel or peck at F. G.
The ladies of tbe Twenty-iinth street
Sunday school ars arranging for a festi
val in the chapel Thursday and Friday
evenings, 0:t. 30 and 31.
Miss J. H. Bancroft, of St. Paul, is
forming classes in physical culture in the
three cities. She comes with high en
dorsements personally and as a teacher.
G. Joseph and family departed last
evening for their borne at Rock Island.
Tbey leave many friends here who wish
them good luck in their new home.
Mr. Joseph is associated with Mr. E.
I. Leveen In the management of tbe Rock
Island store of the London Clothing corn
There will be regular Friday evening
service tonight at Trinity church at 7:80
witn a lecture on "Church History" by
the rector. Rev. R. F. Sweet. Tomorrow
teing tbe Festival of St. Luke there will
be service at 9 oVlock a. at.
Lark in & Stephens have received a
contract for tbe building of the founda
tions for the engines and pumps at the
Holmes power station. The contract
strictly speciflis that the foundations
must be in readiness for the engines iu
Two important changes to result from
the new time card which goes into effect
on the Rock Island road Sunday will be
the abandoning of trains 13 and 14. the
vestibule flyers to and from the south
west and arriving now at 11:41 p. m.
coins southwest, and at 3.30 a. m. east
bound. Downing Bros., tbe enterprising
founders and machinists, are very busy
just now getting out the columns and
beams for the new engine house. They
have just leceived the contract for the
iron work in the large new addition to tbe
Moline plow works.
A telegram was received bv Mr. Wm.
Jackson from Albequerque.N M., yestei
dy afternoon announcing tbe arrival
there of Mr. Whitridje and family, Mr.
Whitridire having stood tbe journey thus
fr nicely. Tbey expected to reach Kan
sas City tonight and Rock Lland tomor
Mr B. Willard, superintendent of
electric! appliances for tbe Thomson
Houston system, arrived yesterday and
took charge of tbe work of construction
in the three cities. Be says the stringing
of wires and other work will be pushed as
rapidly as possible, different forces being
employed in the various lines of work,
and that all will be dene simultaneously!
He expects to have the Rock Island lines
running first by Dec. 1 at the outside.
Mr. J. D. Taylor was surprised by
about twenty-five of his friends on tbe
seventieth anniversary of bis birth last
evening at bis home on Nineteenth street
and Ninth avenue. Tbe ladies of the
house had been apprised of tbe event in
advance, and while they had kept tbe
matter from Mr. Taylor, tbey had pre
pared a sumptuous spread, and the even
ing proved a very pleasant one to the
honored host and all participating.
A dispatch from Hurley. Wis., shows
that Weyerhauser, the lumber king, of
this city, is still speculating. It says:
William Irvine, secretary and manager
of the Chippewa Lumber and Room com
pany, of Chippewa, Falls, and Edward
Rutledge, a member of tbe Mississippi
Logging company, who are interested
with Frederick Weyerhauser in his con
templated purchase of a half interest in
tbe Geneva mine, are here, and it has been
authoritatively given out that the deal
had been consummated."
"He makes a solitude and calls it
peace." But he is a sadly deluded man.
How can it be peace when he is tortured
with rheumatism or vexed with aciaUcaT
Let him. if he wants real comfort, invest
in a 25 cent bottle of Salvation OO. '
"""" i - . IrAR-rrDQl
The Night Prowler Continues Big
Two Bold Attempts Laid Last fevea.
lac rraatrated Who la the Bare
The bold intruder who has of late been
making unwelcome visitations in Ruck
Island, Moline and Davenport, made two
unsuccessful attempts at burglary in
Rock Island last evening. About 7
o'clock he attempted to enter McCabe
Bro. 'a dry goods store from the rear, but
a clerk who was delayed after closing
time was attracted by the noise, and
making an investigation, ciught the
would be intruder in the act, but tbe
rascal, on finding that he was discovered.
beat a hasty retreat and escaped.
A few minutes later a straneer. and
suapiclous-l Hiking individual, called at
the home of T. a. Ellis over his store on
Second avenue and Fourteenth street.
The fellow was taking in the surround
inga when Mrs. E lis asked him what he
wanted. He replied that he was looking
ror her husband. Informing the visitor
that Mr. Ellis was not in, but that she
would summon him in a few minutes, she
stepped to the telephone. Whereupon
the stranger took wings and disappeared
down the steps.
Burglars entered tbe saloon of Theo
dore Holdorf on the corner o( Eleventh
avenue and Ninth street early this morn
ing by a back window, and got away
with six hundred cigars.
(test alwnus vAleA tinaintt ti.m J.l..i. As ft.
psople of this district.
The Stillwater passed up.
The Verne Swain was in and out of
port as usual..
The Lizzie Gardner came down with
seven strings of lumber.
The stage of the water was 8:50 at
noon; the temperature on the bridge 62.
The Isaac Staples brought down si is
teen strings of logs and the Lion nine
How to Roll an I rubrella.
"Certainly, but you don't need any,"
said a bales uiu u iu a Chapel sttvet store
recently to a customer who had Just
bought an umbrella, and who had asked
for a rubber ring.
"But I waut to keep the ends of the ribs
from spreading when the umbrella is rolled
up," and the customer held up for inspec
tion the umbrella he had just rolled.
"i-iet me show you," said the salesman.
as he unfastened the bund and shook out
the folds. Grasping the stick so that his
right hana tela the ends of the ribs ckse
to the wood, he began rolling the silk iu
the curve of his left hand. Whenever lie
ave the umbrella a turn be kept the ribs
in their original position, and when the
roliing was complete he held up the um
brella and showed that the metal tius rres-
ed as closely to ite stick as if riveted in
place.-"ew Haven Palladium.
Careful Road Making.
It is nothing unusual for a man to pay
his tax by work ou the roacis, but the way
Mr. Edwin Mclutyre, of We.rren, works
out Lis tax is a little out of the common
course. Mr. Mclntyre goes over the piece
of road he cares for at regular intervals
and picks up every rock. He collects them
in a wheelbarrow, takes them home, pul
verizes them on a stone anvil and dumps
them back into the road aain. This prac
tice he baa kept up for thirteen years. Dur
ing that time he has ground and put into
the road fifteen cords of rocks. Mr. Mc
lutyre not only measures them, but the
last two years he has counted them.
He found by anual count that in 1SS1 he
used in this way just 67,004 cobblestones.
It is needless to remark that this is one
of the best pieces of road in the town.
Thomaston (Me.) Herald.
The raeful Tow.
On one occasion, during the examination
of an "object" lesson on the "Cow," I re
ceived a most original answer from a
schoiar. I had asked a series of questions
having reference to the practical uses to
w hii h the various parts of the cow's car
cass are put. And although I was quite
satisfied to hear that cups and combs were
made of the beast's horns, knife handles
of it's bones, leather of ita skin, etc., I cer
tainly was somewhat startled ad render
ed incredulous by hearing one lad inform
me, with the . most confident and com
placent air in the world, that "wash leath
er was made of its stomach:" ChamlxTs'
"To the Knd or the World."
"Ami do you love me so devotedly, dear."
he said, "that you will give up home ami
friends and all that makes your voting life
bright and happy to tiecome my wife, and
go with me to the uttermost ends of the
world if necessary.
"Yes, George," she whispered softly;
"when I am your wife your thoughts shall
be my thoughts, your h.-es my hopes,
your religion my religion, and if you
should want me to go to the uttermost
ends of the world with you 1 will go oh,
so gladly, George- for I a n . loudof trav
eling:" Xew Yui-U lur.
Paaie Htrlrkea t'blldrea.
CniCAOO. Oct. 17 Fifteen hundred
children assembled at 8 o'clock this morn
ing at mass at Saint Stanislaus Polish Cath
olic church, when the altar cloth caught
fire from a candle and immediately the
altar filled with fire. A fearful panic rn
sued. The sisters of Notre Dame, in charge
of the children, behaved splendidly, but
could not control them, and many chil
dren were badly hurt in the rush for tbe
street. Tbe lire department soon bad the
fire under control.
W y should (iest rscHn one ro's is this district
from either parts'
Oysters at Krell & Math's.
Go to Holbrook's, Davenport, for car
pels and silk curtains.
First class tailors wanted; union or
non-union by F. C. Hoppe.
Send your friends to Krell & Math's
for a dish or can of fresh oysters.
Call and see tbe band-carved bed room
suites at Holbrook's, Davenport.
Parlor suites and fancy cbairs of every
description at Holbrook's, Davenport.
Ice cream always on band and served
by the dish all winter at Krell & Math's.
A handsome line of book css and
cabinet just received at Holbrook's, Dav
enport. An elegant assortment of dining tables,
chairs and hat racks at Holbrook's. Dav
enport When you want a nice dish of fresh
oysters step in to Krell & Math's and or
der them up in any style.
Parlor goods purchased and paid for
before November 1. will get tbe benefit of
a discount ot 10 per cent, at Ksnn' &
Bear in mind we do not quit making be
cream when cold weather sets in. and you
can get It in any quantity in tbe coldest
weather. Remember Krell & Math's and
get tbe best.
$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. Hurst, Attorney at
law, Rock Island.
Keep steadily in mind that Oest voted
for everything to make taxes higher, and
that be would do so again if he ever got
The Crown dining halL No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready W furnish yon
the best meal In the city for 35 cents. A.
B. Johnson, proprietor.
lll':t"'Vmr?'J"?)' 'H. "Tl.wirri'nnill yvvr-.rrwTr -rx.- -.-mucn-
Keasoaa Ulvea Why It Hboald Sot
Have Iteea Taxed.
The Union still keeps harping on tin
plate, as if fearful that tbe people were
giving tbe tax imposition upon that arti
cle too much quiet attention to suit iu
purpose. Gest voted for tbe outrageous
tax on tin plate as he votod for the out
rageous tax upon everything else.
The old rate per pound was .01; tbe
new rate is .02 2.10 two hundred and
twenty per cent.
Burger & Lee, of New York, unques
tioned authority on a matter of this kind.
We are in favor of the free importa
tion of tin plate. Tbe present duly
yields an unneeded revenue while serving
in no way as a protection to any home
Although tin plate is in one sense a man
ufactured article, yet for the purpose of
Immediate use, and its applicability to
the necessities of the community, it is
practically a raw material, r quiring many
and varied manipulations to render it a
commoditity of merchandise for ge: eral
use. Ia this department of manufacture
mny thousand workmen are already em
ployed and their number would be greatly
augmented by cheapening this material so
that it could be adv intagcouly ut: ized
in lines of trade which cannot bear the
present high cost which the dut im
Nol only would such a reduction orcn
ud new ani vast fields for its utilization.
and as a consequence furnish employiueut
to many skilled workmen, but would also
lift an unnecessary butden by reducing
the cost of the many utensils used in every
househol and tbe countless varieties of
food products which are sold in packages
made nf tin plate.
11 is, of course, under tood that when
prices art higher the consumption is les
sened and labor loses its opportunity to
earn wages. The effect of it is to tske
away from the laborer on the one hand
and on the Other to mike bun pay more
for certain necessities of life. He U, as
it were, held between two mill-stones.
Jn our opinion the tariff on tin plate is
1 be manufacturers in this coun'rv
could make tin plate to compete with the
toretgn article if tl ey were willing to ac
cept a moderate profit. This is proved
oy tbe Tact that we have shipped nanv
tons of iron to Eneliud, showing that we
csn produce the basis of t'n plate - inn
oo i par with England. If, therefore, we
can produce the iron, and as pig tin is
free of duty we can, of course, manu s.c
t:tre tin plate and compete in the market
with tbe English manufactured article.
Hut the American manufacturer are
not satisfied with moderate profits snd
expect to get bitger ones bv bavlri;
cotgress put on the iniquitous tarij on
The tffect w'.li be to reduce the outnut
of manufactured tin goods wherever is
possit'e to sufif.itute for them urti' Ics
maue of wood or paper, and. it. o: cou-se.
lessens the cemands for labor in iht
branch of industry thus affected, ai.- at
the same time the laborer must j-av
Just think of it The duty on tin plat?
is increased 100 per cent in tte fa . of
the 'ai t tha there is not a single lin-tlse
. 1 1 : . u - i - . i . . . r
ui ii iu mr ciiiieu cii.es.
How much money will go into ne
pociie's of the iron men of Pennsylvania
irroimh the operati"n of this measjre
it is im,ssibie to estimate, but tbpv will
b? well repaid for their contribution:, to
tte Harrison tsuij aign fund
J. K. Moxtroe, - - - Muftgr.
MATINEE AT S P M.
Comic Opera Co.
r rorn the (.rand Opera H.in.e. Sn Frsrrlaco
preentlnir a perfeet production ol the
Merry Comic Oper.
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Complete i 'horua '.
Klegaul Coatutnea :
AdmiMion 90 centx. Children i"i cent-.
percent r .Inrtion for the next SOdsva
on Kuio;ieaaud Spring Waoun.
No. Iiiio. lti-.J and IBI4, Third Ave.,
Ia the rheape-t place in the roomy to hoy Car
riages. Btu-a-ief. Paints, Oiia, etc.
Top Bueriea mxs ui
Open Buxairs " m
HORST VON KCECKRITZ, Phmrmaci
PRKSt KiJTtoNs a Srtcit.TT.
Fourth Ave. and Twenty-Third St
r ama or
f 200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
E. W. HURST,
Attosjtkt at Law
Boons I and 4 Masonic Templo,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Lloyd & Stewart,
tack Beadaehe and leHsre an the. troubles net
dent to a biUoua atats of tbe ajrstem, such as
Pizxlneaa, Kansas, DroiralrMaa. Diatreao aftac
eating, tain In tbe Bide, ha. Whllo their most
rmnartahio aucce has been shown, iacuxtDQj
fieadieha, yet Carter'a Little liver Pins ore
equally valuable In Oonstipatloa. curing and pro
ven Ung thlaannoyinecinnpUint. while thoraiao)
correct all diaordera of U.eatoinech,BtinraUhte.tbo
liver and xegulate the bowels. X Tea Uthex only
'Acriethevwtraldbe almost priceless to those wtidi
Suffer from thladiatrefiaing complaint; butforto
Stately theirpoodueMdoee notend heremd thoeo
Whooncetry them will find these little puLi valu
able In aomsny ways that they will sot be wlb
lug to do without them. But after ailaick hea4
lit the bane of so many lives that hers la whore
i Wemake our great boast. Our pilla cure H walls
Other do not.
i Carter's Little Liver Pflla are very small and.
very eaay to take. One or two tiUle makes dues.
Ihey are strictly refutable sod do not grtpe or
puive, but by their gentle action please all who
nee them. InvulaatSScents; rlveforlL Sold
by druiata everywhere, oc aent by mail.
.? WCOICtNt: CO.. New York.
SHALL PILL SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE
cony r A"
SELECT FRUITS M
HOCK ISLAND. frfeVj
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THEM:
I'lMin.! . i . t ... ... .. ' -. i . .
"Want.. "Lot. "Ssle" a:.d '-Kent"' notice
Only one hilf cent a word. Kvervhody read this
AYOUNi MAN K 19. w A. NTs' EMPLiJY
mentor any kind Vr mall wasrt. or a blare
w hen- he can uork f..r u o hoard and go to echoul.
SKCONU-HASi) FLRSITLHK. booht. sold
or exchanged. Money loaned or Forultnre
tored tt "Southeast corner Ferry end Third eta .
FOK SALE VALUABLE PATENT Im
provement orj Elevmore. Now in operation at
Star finishing Work., )JM5 Hamilton St., Phllsds.
Pa; preserves life and limb: for full particulars
PPly to KOBT J. WALKER. Inventor.
F'R SALE CHKAP-I OLBLE II U SE ASI)
vacant kit. delivery team and wgnn. toe
hookcaw. w ardrobe, secretary, parlor net, plauu.
w hat-not. oil tank, etc. Johu Edw ards. a h
Sixth rtreet. Uavenort, Iowa. 11 Iw
WASTED SUITABLE PARTY TO LEtKN
our bu.inee snd travel for u; German ar
American: eteailv oonitimi: r.tl .ft.n.u.n
ereaing at Commercial tctel. u-tf
AT ED An active Traveling Saleaman to
merchant, only. Good wacea and expenaea paid
Wholesale office S5-1&? YYaaltuipoo St . Chicago.
us k nerni line or our Merchandise ta
WAXTKD-A PLACE IX A PRIVATE
family by a man snd hi. wife; the mas ia
thorough!) acquainted ifi the duties incidcutsi
to the csre of hor.es. aui the wouim la s com-
" , " " -rprr. neei reitreucee given.
Addreea "A " Arols offlce.
WANTED. A LAIiY TO MANAGE A
llrsnch offlce. at her own home Uir ih. ir..
moos Female Specific '"Orange Lily"; a splendid
opportnnltv; audre.. with .tamp. The br. Coon
ley Medical Institute. South Bend lnd.
SM.E-MKN WANTED T SELL Nl h-SKRY
Stock. Situation, permanent, .alary and ex
penw.. or ciimml" km from .tan . No expert
cure nercaeary. outfit free. Write f.n term,
etatlneage II. E. HOOKER CO . Nurserymen
Rochc.tcr. St. .
WANTED-ENKRAL STATE AHENT To
open headquarter In .ome principal eitv.
a..ume exclusive control cf our hu-ine.. snd ap
point local and .nb-av-nt in everv city In the
state: a-oods well known, Maple as hour, in noi
verMl demand, and pay a n.l fnillt of Si to lial
percent. Ad.lre.. TUB UNION COMPANY
. iiroadway. New York. gj,
LUMBKR LUMBER YAltlf WORKMEN OK
su k.rm.le. can Mcnre steady employment iu
the lumber yard, tif Chicago at from JI.Su to
JJ Hi per day on application In lerran to E. K
llOOPhR Secretary of the Chiraro Lumber
ta-d Dealer's A.wii lation. room SIS Chamber of
t ommerce, S. E. corner Lsa'.lc and Wai-hin.-ton
rtrcets. chlcas-o. III.
J. M. BEAKDSLIT.
I TTORNBY AT LAW-Offlce with J. T. Een
1 worthy, 176 Second Avenue.
JAlKSON A. 1II KST,
ATTORHEY8 AT LAW. Offlce la Rock Island
National Bank Building, Krk I.lsnd, 111.
M. D. IVIIHT, C. L. StLIIl.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Otace In Beng.iou's block, Kock I.lsnd. 111.
MrE.MRY A XiEMltr.
ATTORNEY-9 AT LA W Loan m-mey on rood
ecurlty,mskeco:ectlina. Reference. Mitch
ell st Lynde. bankers, office in rHntofflco block.
THE DAILY ARM'S.
OR SALE EVERY EVENlSO st Cramptoa'a
New. Stand. Five cent, per copy.
DRS. RUTUEKF0KD A HITLER,
GRADUATES OF THE ONTARIO YBTERNA-
Jrt slltMTsV Vslnmar Phe.i.u z
Office 1 Tinall, Llr-ry etable; Kctidiic: UTer
Teaches it. students a
trade an-l then starts
them in railroad eerv.ee.
bend for circtil.r..
13-13 JaxaaviLXZ. Wis.
To sell our goods by sample to wholesale and re
tail trade. We are the largest manufacturers in
our line. Liberal salary paid. Permanent posi
tion. Motley advanced for wages, advertising.
canrawMIAt, UFO. CO-. Chicago, lit.
To sell the popular M. K. ADJUSTABLE FORM
CORSET. It ia worn by Lsdiee wiahlng comfort
and a good form. For psrUeuUus addres.
ELGIN CORSET CO.,
Rivio STaiar. ELGIN. ILL.
WM. 0. KULP. D. D. S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Eoomi M, 17. JS asd ,
Take Iterator. DAVENPORT, I A.
J. M. GASPARD.
Library BalMiag. Devsriport, Iowa, Can for
tlsMtot and ses work before (olaf to Chicago.
Of course we can give but a hint of
the desirable fabrics. We call your at
tention to only a few.
SILK FINISH HENRIETTAS, 48
In. wide, all wool, blacks and colors,
75o a yd, 6 to 7 yds. for a pattern.
Figure the cost and note what a small
sum Is required for a handsome dress.
EXCELSIOR WOOL STRIPES,
36 in. 22 cts a Yd.
TYRONE 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.
DOXT FORGET THE PLACE.
zimmi a salzimi.,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 12tt Sixteenth Street,
IN-iRPr.RTEn uvpf.lt THE THE STATE LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROOC ISLAND. TT.T.
Open daily from 9 a. m to 4 p. r,., snj Svtureay evening, from 7 to 80'clock.
Five percent interest paid ou Deposits. Money loaned on Personal.: Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
K. P. REYNOLDS. Pre,. - c. DKNKtt ANN. Vice Pre. M. BtJTOHB. Cartlor.
P. U Jf itrhe l 5 P Re-no-,,. r. c-. nkonn. J bn CVebsneh. C. f. Lmds.
J. J. Kt m I it.i..t . E w. Hurst, J. at. Baford.
Jartios ilra.T. Solicitors.
.S'lS'-i'' ,S' Wl" C"VT -lng room with MltcboU Lynd.
it?t,Ur.PrtCeS f! S mUch lower and cur Goods of """en nprior anil
ity that every la jy owes it to herself to visit our Millinery lparttn.nt
before purchasing elsewhere F
MRS. P. GREENAWALT
1704 SECOND AVENUE,
Narrow Escape from Fire !
But prices went down to meeO.he wauts of every one wishing to buy
OIL CLOTHS, SHADES, DRAPERY, Etc.
PRICES IN PLAIN FIGURES.
KANN & HUCKSTAEDT,
No. 1811 and 1913 Sc-cond avenue.
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
No. 2K)6 Fifth ATenoe', ROCK ISLAND.
tw-New ftoie. pew stock, the beat , t the lowest prices. A share of nelroears aotlctted.
A. SEABURQ, "
House and Sign Painter.
Firft-clus Graining and Paper Hin.lnr.
P. O. Boi 672.
Makes Shoes look new. Softens
Leather. We recommend it
GEO. SCHNETDER, Jr ,
3W lhfth Arenue, i818 Second Atwiu.
- Rejaold's Block. ' Harpe, House Block.
Double fold flannela 5c a yd.
Dress flannels, 52 In- 49o a yd.
Plaids and stripe, all wool 490 a
yd. and up.
New robes In late combinations.
Worsted stripes 29o a yd.
Cashmeres, all wool, 42 in. 500 a yd
Robes, bordered, few left at $1.50
Trimmings iu latest style Jast
We will be pleased to hare yott in
spect our large stock.
Every Laly '
Stve Mney '
and st'll wear f CO
-Stjlinh H-a.liear " Q
as an j one. rJt
Shop Foarth Ave. set. at asd rU Sta.
HaTe yoa 8en SduML2er.
Men's Calf Shoes I
If not, call and see them, ted U eoa
rinced that we beat all cota, .
FIT AND PRICX,
Oar Men's Shoe can't be beat.
We are Leaden ia .
at lowest prices. All we ask
la a trial
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