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THE ROCK ISLAND AKGUS. SATCRDa V
PLUMBING. GAS AND
And Hocsk Furnishing Goods.
"Steamboat and Distillery
Hs N- n created among the ladies since
the rei- i.t of those eleRnt work and
Krp ba-keta. Tbej are of Indian man-
ufattijr.-, ami as the product is very
limi'fi i tlouhtful if we will have any
m re tlis seas.m. Call and make your
elec tinn? or what you want may be gone.
1703 Second Avenue.
Copper-Smithing, Sheet Iron, Gas and
Steam Fitting, Also Sewer work.
BAKER & HOUSMAN,
Opposite Harper House.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
IT. C. HOPP FC,
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Acts'quickly, is perfectly safe and
-Medicine known lor all Kidney, Long and Stomach trouble. Is
, Nomas' Kidney
Bottle Samples free.
t Iron M
Work a Specialty.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL,
5 feet bamboo easels, 88c.
8x10 gilt frames, glass and mat, 30c.
8il0 white and gold frames, giass
and mat, 35c.
Decorated window shades complete
with spring fixtures. 33c.
Pure Irish Linen stationery per lb.
Wall paper at cost.
1705 Second Ave.
for the Celebrated
HAS KECK IV ED HIS
1808 Second avenue.
Rook Island, III.
never fails to cure all Long troubles.
10c, 25c and 50c Bottles.
and Liver Pills.
DmggiBt, Rock Island.
ARMY OFFICERS ARRIVE.
The Gun Factory Baird in the
II.w Teday Mi mm Mpe.t-1 he Kerala
t Hark lalaad Ararat I mum Thla
An""M th Hriat n the Loral
Col W. P. Craighill, Col. n. W. 81os
son, Col. A. R. Bufflngton nd Maj. O E.
Dutton, composing the gun factory
board appointed by the president to rec
ommend a suitable site for r.he manufac
ture of heavy ordnance under the fortifi
cation bill passed by congress at its re
cent se-sion, are registered at the Harper.
The officers came here diruct from Chi
cago, Col. Bufflngton arriv ng in the af
ternoon at 3 30 and the otherj at 7:45
last evening. Ms). Duttoo is recorder
for the board.
During the evening Misers. A C.
Dart, Phil Mitchell, Oliver Ols.n and oth
er gentlemen called upon the officers, as
did Col. Whittemore. An Argus repre
sentative was accorded a few minutes'
conversation with Col. t'taighill, during
which he said; "We have thrje cities to
visit as under consideration for the loca
tion of the heavy artillery plant. They
are Indianapolis, Ro.-.k Island and Bani
cis. The points or arsena s to be visited
are those named, as disli jctly specified,
whileone is also to be located at or near the
gulf coast. We have taken the cities in
order, going to Imlianapo'is first and are
now here. We go hence to the Pacific
coast and return by way f f the gulf."
"We go in the morning to inspec'
Rock Isiand arsenal." Col. Craighill con
tinued, "and after we have done this we
shall be at the disposal of your local com
mittees, and shall be glad to receive any
information that they can give us. After
that, perhaps, we shall have something to
This morning at 9 o'd ck Col. Whit
temore had a conveyance at the entrance
to the Harper to receive the officers and
carry them to Rock I.-Und arsenal. The
morning was spent there with Col. Whit
temore i specting the ar;enal itself, and
the commandant's outline of plans for the
manufacture of heavy i.rms. The ad
vantages of the island were carefully
examined atd at noon th.i local tri-city
committee was received I y the board at
the commandant's quarters. An hour
was spent in hearing the arguments pre
sented in behalf of ibis locality during
which our various advantages were enum
erat d. At 1 o'clo k tie i fficers were
escorted to Davenport by the tri-city com
mittoe and lunch was served at the rooms
of the Davenport BuMneg Men's associa
tion. This afternoon the board is in the
bands of the Iocs.- committees.
When tte farmer and eonn, mer generally thhJc
Over vhot Get has done to injure them they ttiouid
corn inrrnocir.il jor ever gimi g Hun me vote.
At Trinitv church. Rev. R. P. Sweet,
reeior, scrvin s tomorrow, the Twentieth
Sunday after Trinity, at 7 and 10:45 a. m.
and 7.30 p. m. At tht chaDel at 2:3i)
At the Cbristian church, services to
morrow at 10:45 a. m and 7:30 p. m .
conducted tv the past r. Rev. T. W.
Griffon. Evening subject: "BniMing
for E'ernity." Sunday -chool at 9:15 :.
m. Vouns people's mediae at 6.30 D. m.
At the Broadway Prebvtrian church.
the Rev W. S. M arm is, pastor will
preach at 10:45 a. m on "The Best
Wish it is Possible to Make." At 7:30
p. m.. Mission song service and address
on David Livingston. Sabbath school
at 9:10 a. m.. Dr. J. W Stewart, suoer-
intendent. YouDg people's meeting at
6 30 P m. South Par mission at 2:30.
At the Central Preslvterian church,
services morning and vemna; preach
ing by the pastor, the Rev. Jno. H Kerr.
Morning subject : "Tiie Humanity of
Jesus Christ. Sunday at 9 30 a. m. and
Y. P. S C. E. at 6:15 p. m. South
Rock Island Sabbath school at 2:3o d. m.
At the First M. E church, preaching at
10:45 a. m. by the pasti r, the Rev. O W.
Gue. Subject: "An Offering that Costs
Something." At 7.3t p. m . preaching
by the presiding elder. Rev. M A. Head.
Sunday school at 8:15 . m., J. F. Rob
inson, superintendent. Young people's
meeting ft 6:30 p. rt, , C. E. Adams,
At the First Baptist church, preach-
init at 10:45 a. m .. imd 7:30 p. m. bv
pastor, the Rev. Dr Tavlor. Morning
aulj--ct: "Christian Progress." Evening:
The Young Man and His Companions."
The second in tie scries. Sun
day school at 9 3.) a. m., J. W.
Welch, superintendent Sunday school at
the Forty-fourth street chapel at 3 p. m.
C. L. Williams, superintendent. Young
peole's meeting in the pailors of the
rhurch at ti:30 p. m. led by Miss Anna
Kahlke. Subject: "The Anxious Plea."
Mi.lt. 15:21 28
Geet it'tll never aetannth' rnvnortunitv of tMina
out the peopl oj ttit dmir ct.
Nprarrr Siquare Tree I'laBtlnr.
Kock Island, Oct. IS. It is proper
that the public should be advised as to
what is needed and d termined upon with
reference to trees in Snencer square. A.
C. Dart. W. T. Magill and W. H. Mar
shall, the committee having this matter
in charge, have examined the ground and
determined upon the location of about
tbirty-five treet. It U not deemed advis
able to plant more than that number.
The trees especially desired are white
elms and hard maple. At least two-
thirds or three-quarters of the number
should be of that var ety.. It is not de
sired to put in trees, les-s than three or
four inches in diameter.
. Trees of the sizi; above mentioned
should not he injure in the root, if pos
sible. We particularly desire that the
roots be preserved inta t. For the success
ful growing of a iHre tree will depend
upon the good and complete condition of
the roots. The favorite method which
we would like to have adopted is to dig
around the root of the tree to be trans
planted, so that hen the ground is
frozen it can lie moved with the sod
frozen to the roots. We hope that any
person who intends to plant a tree will
ad. pt this plan. The cost will be trifling
if the tree is selecti d and prepared be
fore the hard frost. Messrs. Dart. Ma
gill and Marshall wi 1 be pleased to con
fer with anybody tbit is interested.
Wire Oet to undent ai d that the people can't be
monkeyed with any hint er.
An terentlc K'Pradartlan.
In the time of Lo lis XV, of France.the
people were living in the greatest degree
of splendor. Art a i J fashion and mutfc
and mirth were th s leading features of
this age. Learnin flourished, but the
main object of life seemed to be to ignore
the failing power of the government and
live in the grandest and most voluptuous
manner possible. All was on the most
magnified. t proportions. The nations
everywhere contrit uted to the grandeur
of France and the unbounded luxury of
its people. The oourt chairs in those
days were m marvel of beauty. They
were made in the 1 1 x tee nth century style
so fashionable thee days. A perfect re
production of the chair, on the throne in
which this king s t, can be seen in the
window of Kann it Huckstaedt's.
Cure for rheumatism or neuralgia.
Buy 25 cent bot le of Salvation Oil and
use it according to directions; it will cure
the worst case, - .
Go to Twentis'-h street laundry for
firstcla&s work. V.' B. Hill, proprietor.
I : . ' ' '
"LONG LIVE THE L0KD0N.-
M Hay the OatralU "SraUarl" ef
Oar Sw Vlsthtag Hoaa- Well
Tho Central! Sentinel in bidding fare
well to Messrs. Leveen and Joneph. of
the London Clothing company, who have
embarked :n a grefct business enterprise
in Rock ls'sod Gays:
While the eld reliable managers of the
London Clothing eompany have been
busily engaged for several days past
packing op their personal effects and
straightening up their individual affairs
preparatory to their departure for Rock
Is'and, so also is the now manager read
justing the London establishment here
for the benefit of the immense trade to
be supplied and accommodated in the fu
ture. It is an undisputed fact that the
enterprising managers who are leaving
us have been all that implies honor, push
and fairness. Tbey have made the busi
ness element of our city branch out into
the realities of public notice. Business
men in other branches of trade have
fashioned after the example furnished
by this firm, and have made their busi
ness known to a much greater extent by
a free use of printer's ink. with the pro
per stock to back them . We do not hes
itate to say that the L-md.w has been
the "Jonah" at the bottira of it. Fir mi
have come and gone since the London
made their dehnt here eiht years ago, all
for the lack of the same enterprise exer
cised by tbem. When tbey came here they
were compelled to build up a trade for
themselves, with enemies to flbt and
large odds against tbem. How did tbey
do it? We answer: By square dealing
with their trade, and the best of goods at
prices which could not lie duplicated by
the many firmsin the field against them. and
by letting the people know for fifty miles
sround that they had bargains to offer.
Their trade increased as the fat ts became
known and they experienced no trouble
in holding the trade when once it came to
tbem. While we regret, with the many
who express the same feelinf!, that we are
to lose these old reliables, we are pltd to
know that the new manager has already
shown some of the kind of material with
in himself that carried the old London to
such grsnd success in our midst.
During the few weeks that have elapsed
since the London managers have decided
to remove from among us, there were
more goods h an '.led and sold over tbeir
counters to the people of this district than
was ever sold by all the firms put together
o itside the London, and this fact has been
evidenced by the new manager having to
ship new goods in here thus early to
reolenish the stock, which so rapidly
disappeared from week to week. It is
marvelous how a firm can si vastly
monopolize the trade in any particular
branch of business that has followed
the London, yet they have held it as au
orator magnetizes and holds his audience
held it up to the last hour the old man
agers had tbeir doors open to the public
aid would st'll have kept it unmolested
had thev ' een fit to stay with us and fol
low cut the manly course pursued for the
many years they have tak a up their
home and business in this city. We con
gratulate Rock I-land in being the lucky
ci'y favored by the London. No busi
ness man of moderate intelligence in tbat
city will do o her than rej .ice at their
coming into their business circle, for they
not only create business that lay dormant
in a measure, but thev also create a snug
trade to all classes.oving to the fact that
tbeir vast advertising methods, reaching
for over fifty miles around, will bring
crowds who patronize the general mer
chants as well ss thems"lv.s. Tliis has
been one of their noted proclivities in
this city, and why should we not regr-H
to lose them.
In conclusion, wi.-hing the old manage
ment success and assuring the people o
Rock I-lar.d that in the L mdon Clothing
company tiiey wiil find a firm tbat will
wake up their town and the entire coun
try for miK s around (drawing trade to
the city that has never come there before
as has been their history here) we wi 1
say with the multitude here, ' Long live
Oeet voted for everything that i in jurieut to
everthilly in this country, txcept the Jew eaetern
PROPHECY FOR UK ST.
What an Independent laier Think
flhr Mti nation.
The Chicago Xtwt, an independent
paper, quotes Chairman Jones, of the re
publican state central committee, as say
ing: "This is not a local campaign, it is na
tional Congress has passed the McKin
ley bill, and our candidates are for it.
They have come back here from Wash
ington to make tbeir campaigns with
speeches bsed on the tariff. It would
be absurd for us to tell tbem to ignore it
and make education the chief question.
Democrats are fighting us on the tariff
issue, and that's the thing before the peo
ple. It is the national question, and if
we should attempt to make it sec
ondary and bring the compulsory
education bill to tlin front we would
he laughed at." MThile Mr. Jones
says his party will be successful
"prominent republicans who are familiar
with affairs, do not share the confidence
of the chairman nor accept his figures.
Tbey are looking at the situation in the
several congressional districts where there
is trouble, and conclude tbat the "na
tional' ' issue is a source of misfortune
rather than tbat of benefit. They point
to the Fifteenth district, where the re
volt against Mr. Cannon, the chairman
of the house committee on appropria
tions, is so formidable as to seriously
threaten his defeat. They are not at all
satisfied tbat Mr. Gest can be returned
from the Eleventh, as he has an exceed
ingly strong opponent in Mr. Cable."
Kvldvnee af Wealtaean.
No better evidence of the extremity to
which the Gest party is reduced is needed
than tbe disreputable methods of the
newspapers which are supporting blm.
They make no pretence of telling the
truth. Tbey hesitate at no falsehood
however absurd. '
Not satisfied with abusing Cable for
tbey have found their abuse is of do
avail tbey have turned their guns on
the men bo are supporting him, and are
making a personal fiht on those who are
boid enough to desire that Mr. Cable be
the next congressman from this district.
As an evidence of weakness such meth
ods are admirable. Molina Republican.
If the pen fie wanted tien they would tote fur
nuii . jit iney ao not warn mm tney wut Hot tote
Well. We Wander!
The Union says, "we have been given
the names of three men in good standing,
who were cflered $50 each to talk and
work and yote for Cable." Tbe editor
has very considerately turned his evidence
(?) ov r to the republican congressional
committee "to make snch investigation
and take such further action as tbe cir
cumstances justify." Of course tbe com
mittee will sift tbe matter thoroughly
and lay the facts before the public in a
few days. And at tbe same time it
might be well for this self-same commit
tee to explain how it failed to secure a
democratic worker at a 9300 offer.
Grand Lodge Knight of rrtniat.
BLOOMUiOTOH, HI.. Oct. 21-23.
On account of this meeting the Rock
Island & Peoria railway will make an ex
cursion late of a fare and one-third
for the round trip. Trains - leave
Rock Island at 8:15 a. m. and 230
p. m., and arrive at Bloomington at 1:15
p. m. and 9:10 p. m. . and equally good
time returning. Depot foot of Twentieth
street. F. H. Rockwell.
Save tbe boys and the girls from scro
fula and other forms of impure blood bj
giving them Hood's Sarsaparilla.
The uauie raaailr Vive Oat r the
Abaadaaee at the Heart and Make
as Parade Abaat It Bea T. Cable'
Alder the Par.
1 , . V . A
rvui-B. iblaiid. uci. it i notice in
yesterday morning's Union In an attack by
oca of it fictition1 correspondents rpon
wr. oie, t e c. - sation u maco tbat
Mr. Uifcle f 'd tiW i?e Bnford j'-t of
tnis uv, a ton or coal. Tba assertion is
so far stretched in its purpose and the at
tack so unrounded and unjust tbat I will
relate an incident which under other cir
cumstances I would not have divulged.
Indeed I am disregarding a wish ex
pressed to me by Mr. Cable when I give
this to tbe public, but be has been as
sailed unfairly and facta are la order.
During tbe lifetime of tbe late P.
L Cable, father of Mr. B. T.
Cable, it was his custom, unknown to
anyone but the overseer of tbe poor, un
known indeed to the very people who
were provided with comfortable homes
through the winter through his generos
ity, to place in tie hands of the overseer
of the poor an order each winter for sev
eral hundred dollara worth of coal to be
distributed in the discretion of tbe over
seer among the deserving poor of the
C ty. Mr. Cable, however, always had
it understood tbat no mention shoul 1 be
made of wbat he did for tbe poor.
A few months ago and before Mr. B
T. Cable was mads the subject of attack
because be has money I saw bim
and told him what his father had
done, and asked bim if be desired to
make any donations for the poor, I spoke
t ) him before a number of citizen 8
and I told him that I could put twenty
tons of coal where it would keep a good
n any people warm the coming winter.
Mr. Cable made no answer then, but he
followed me out and said quietly:
"Mr. Engel, whenever you want forty
tons of coal you will find sn order for It
at the office of the Coal Valley Mining
company. I want nothing said of this to
anyone, but you can get the coal when
ever you want it."
He had given me double what I expect
ed and made no boast of it either. In
truth he wanted nothing said of it. and I
would not have spoken of it had it not
been that attempts have been to show
that Mr Cable is not liberally inclined.
Overseer of the Poor.
Hard wood at E. B. McKown's soft
- L ovd & Stewart have the nic.st line
of gentlemen's gloves. .
Go and see Lloyd & Stewart's new line
Boarders wanted at 806 Nineteenth
street. Mrs. B. Stanton.
Mr. M. Metzier and wife of Rural,
were in tbe city today.
The largest line of silk un ierwear in
the city at Lloyd & Stewart s.
Ex-Supervisor H. O. Norton, of Hamp
ton, paid Rick Island a visit today.
All $13 sealskin caps go at $7.50 at the
Golden Eagle closing out sale.
Kann & Huckstaedt can nox make up
parlor suits in brocatels and silk tape
Gentlenen's smoking jacket', house
gowns and bath robes at Lloyd &
Miss Mamie Laraont, of South Rock
Island has returned from a v'sit to
Mr. Rudolph Dumback leaves tonight
for Salt Lake City with a view of loca
ing there permanently.
Rev. C. E. Taylor and wife 1 ave Mot-
dav for Elgin to attend tbe Baptist Gen
eral association of Illinois.
Special gold and silver handled silk
umbrellas sold regularly at $1.50 to S2;
now only 88 cents at the Golden Eag.e
closing out salt.
A large and elegant line of fancy
chairs, writing desks and cabinets: also a
new line of book cases, just in at Cle
mann &. Salzmann's.
Mrs S. J. Hawthorne and daughter.
Miss Sadie, returned this morni.ig from
an extensive trip to Evansville. Iod.,
Dayton, Ohio, and Si. Louis.
A. R. Morgan, Moline's ex-preacher,
has resigned bis position as chaplain of
Jolitl penitentiary, to accept a general
agency of an eastern insurance company.
Dr. W. F. Crafts, special agent of
National Sabbath commission, delivered
an address at Turner hall Davenport,
last night in tbe interests of Sunday rest.
County Judge Adams has appointed
J. R Johnston. J. C. Cleland and Spen
cer Matlison commissioners to propoition
the assessment of tbe Twenty-second
Miss W. Petersen has just returned
from tbe east with, a large stock of tbe
very latest and most stylish millinery.
Prices lower than any place else, and a
large supply of pattern hats and bonnets.
It will be well to remember that you
can find everything you can ask for in
furniture and carpets at Cltmann A Salz
mann's, and if tbey do not happen to
have what you want they can get it for
The Burirre Boy, a periodical pub
lished in the interests of tbe business de
partment of Aagus'ana college, has made
its appearance. It is edited by J. E.
Gustus. is typographically ceat and very
Messers. P. W. Crawford, Isaiah Clem
ison, John Wanderlicb, J. W. Ualpin,
F. W. Stoltz, Chas. Slenk and John
Connell all of Dubuque are at the Harper.
They compose Ja party of citizens who
are here to inspect our brick pavement.
Tbe California Opera company gave a
matinee performance of tbe "Mascotte"
at Harper's theatre this afternoon before
an audience dt lighted no less with
the beauty and elegance of the new scen
ery, than with tbe comic production it
self. The firm of Lereh & Holm, frescoers
and house ai d sign painters, graners and
raper hangers and kalsomiuers, has com
menced business at 541 Twenty-fourth
street. The firm is composed of J H.
Lerch and W. Holm, and orders will be
received at tbe Dumtx-r indicated.
Mrs. Louisa Wright, of Rural, Rock
ItUnd county, widow of tbe lately de
ceased Miles Wright, died at 4 a. in to
day at her late home. The cause of her
ueain was heart disease. She was in the
sixty-flflb year of her age. Notice of
funeral will be given hereafter.
Jvn tbe Union t confidence in Gest
and bis clan is beginning to fail. It says
mis morning uti "Vongressman W. II
Gest, the Hon. Isaac Clements and
Gen. favey were all to address a repub
lican meeting at Ham lton, Hancock
county, yesterday, r but it does not like to
say whether they did so or not
Now is your time to buy mufflers. The
Golden Eagle is determined to close out
its entire stock of thess goods if possible.
Here are a few of tbe prices: G.xxl Al
mufflers, sold regularly at 40 cents, now
10a: all 50c goods, now only 15c; all
5c goods, now 25c ; all $1 to $1 25
goods, now 50c., and belter goods in the
Special bargains beginning this morn
ing at 9 o'clock and continuing until all
are sold at the Golden Eagle closing nut
sa'.e. Gentlemen's heavy brown under
wear 23 cents, regular price CO cents: all
wool scarlet underwear regular price 75,
now only 85 cents. Camels' hair Derby
nonea underwear, regular price $1 25,
now only 48 centsand hundreds of
other bargains. Call early and avoid the
Tbe death 'of D. 8. McDannell. an ar
tint of considerable reputation, occurred
in Moline Thursday evening. He bad
charge of the landscape work on the first
of tbe great war panoramas painted In
this country tbe battli of Gettysburg,
now exhibiting in Chicago. He also per
formed similar work in Boston and other
large cities. Mrs. McDannell. who came
to this locality with him, acted ai inter
preler for M. Potteam, the famous artist
j who originated and executed the scheme
of painting these battle panoramas. while
engaged in this country.
1 be npper course of brick which is
being put on by the Rockford Construe
uuu company neiween me street car
facks in connection with the Twentienth
street pavement affords the best sample
ui unuea oricz mat nas yet been seen
in Rock Island. The bricks are much the
appearance of tbe Bardolph vitrified
'. - ek, are burncu very hard and ia dura
..')ty are almost equal to iron, while
being at the same time elastic. Inspector
Lloyd says they are tbe best vitrified
brick he has ever seen. There is no
doubt that the Kock Island product will
eclipse all others.
titer KlBleta. '
The Verne Bwain. Dan Thayer and
Lion came down, and the Verne 8wain
The stage of tbe water was 3:40 at
noon; the temperature 42.
Oysters at Krell & Math's.
Go to Holbrook's, Davenport, for car
pets and silk curtains.
First-class tailors wanted: union rr
non-union by F. C. Hoppe.
Send your friends to Krell & Math's
for a dish or can of fresh oysters.
Call and see the band-carved bed room
suites at Holbrook's, Davenport.
Parlor suites and fancy chairs of everv
description at Holbrook's, Davenport.
Ice cream always on hand ami aprwil
by tbe dish all winter at Krell & Math's.
A handsome lino of book cases and
cabinets just received at Holbrook's, Dav
enport. An elegant assortment of dining tables.
chairs and hat racks at Holbrook's. Dav.
When you want a rice dish of fresh
oysters step in to Krell & Math's and or
der them up in any style.
Parlor goods purchased and naid for
before November 1. will gel the benefit of
discount of 10 per cent, at Kann" A
Bear in mind we do not quit making lae
cream when cold weather sets in. and you
can get it in any quantity in the coldest
weather. Remember Krell & Math's and
get the beet.
The Crown dining ball. No. 1708 fW-
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish you
the best meal in the city for 25 cents. A.
tt. Johnson, proprietor.
f 50,000 to loan on real estate security.
in sums of $2oo and upward, at West
current rales of interest, without com
mission. E. W. Hurst, Attorney at
law. Rock Island.
Instruction in lbs Franeh Language.
French teacbing.natural method. With
a view to forming classes. Prof. Bach-
imont. rh. Jj , of the University of Paris
will give a free lesson illustrating his
svstem. Tuesday, Oct. 21 at 3 o'clock In
the parloi of the Harper house. All per
sons interested from tbe three cities are
cordia'Iy invited to attend.
"You can't come it." said a customer to
a druggist who enJeavored to palm off
his own mixture wben Dr. Bull's Co.iah
Svrup was asked for, and Bjll's he gJt.
Price 20 cents a bottle.
Miss J. H. BANCROFT.
Will give a
on the above subject, at
DAVENPORT Piihllc 11.11 Mi,!. t...i.
Thnrsday, Oct. SS, at 4:SU p m. '
HOOK ISLAND-Obrl.tlsn Chspel. comer of
Third avenue and Fifteenth street, Friday, Oct.
4. at 4 p. Hi.
MOI.IN'K Masohic Tetnnle. Satnrit.v cvt -i
Ladie. intere.ted are cordially invited.
This Lecture Is introductory to a
Six Weeks Course
in Phv-ical Culture. cl-e tsi h Inrm.j
the lecture. Mks Bancroft Kill aivr, lll..-.ril...
of the work lu costume, j he avalem i etWtie.
combining work frjm
LING, DELSARTE. SARGENT
and JENNESS MILLER.
and almlnx to perfect the physique In health,
atrrnath. prace and carriage. The gymnastics
are taken lo mntic and without apparatus.
30 per rent reduction for the next SO days
ou Buggies and Spring Wagon.
No. 1S10. lfilS and 1614, Third Are.,
Is tht cheapest place In the county to buy Car
riages. Buggies, 1'aiula, Oils, etc.
HORST VON KCECKRITZ. Pharmacist
Pbescriftions a Specialty.
Fourth Ave. and Twenty-Third St-
m arras or
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the anjount
of the loan.
Interest 7 per cent semi annually; collected ao
remitted free of charge.
IL W. HURST,
Attorkiy at Law
Boons I and 4 Masonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Lloyd & Stewart,
I : : ZZZZ
If on have made up your mind buj
Hood s Sarsapari'U. do not be induced tj take
any other. Hood's Sarsaparilla is a pecuiial
medicine, possessing, by vinue of its pecuiial
combination, proportion, and preparation,
curative power superior to any other article.
A Boston lady who knew what sue wanted,
and whose example is worthy Imitation, teU
her experience bftow:
" In one store where I went to buy Hood's
Sarsaparilla the clerk tried to inrtu f me buy
their own instead of Hood's; he told me thelr's
would last longer; that I might take it on ten
Jays' trial; that if 1 did not like it I need not
pay anything, etc. But he could not prevail
on me to change. I told him I knew what
Hood's Sarsaparilla was. 1 had taken It. was
satisfied with it, and did not want any other.
When I began taking Hood's 8arsapariila
1 was feeling real miserable, sufferuut
a great deal with dyspepsia, and so weak
that at times I could hardly stand. 1 looked,
and bad for some lime, like a person in eon
suroflon. Hood's Sarsaparilla did me so
much good that I wonder at myself sometimes,
and my friends frequently speak of It," Mk
Ella . Gorr, CI Terrace Street, Boston.
Bold by all dramrlsU. f 1 ; six for f J. Prepared only
y C. I. HOOD a CO, Apothecariss. Lowell, MaST
IOO Doses One Dollar
rm i a e
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THEMJ
Cheapest and beet place in the puper for
Wants." "Lost." "Sale" and "Rent' notices.
Only oue-balf cent a word. Kverylwly reads this
column. Try ft.
i- men of any kind Sir small sue., or a ulace
where be can work for h e board aud go to school.
SECOND-HAND FL'KNITL'KK, bought, sold
or exchanged. Mwr loaned or Furniture
stored at Soul beast corner Perry acd Third Sts.,
FOR SALE VALUABLE PATENT Im
provement on Kieva'ors. Now in operation at
Star KlniDhinir Work, 3;5 Hamilton St.. PhilaOa.
ra; preserves lite and limh: fur full Dcrtieulara
apply to KoBT J. WALkEtt. Inventor.
r SALS CHKAl'-rOVBLfi HOUSE AND
vacbnt lot, delivery team and w-goi. stoves,
bookcase, wardrobe, secretary, parlor et. piano,
w hat-not. oil tank, etc. John Edwards. 4'.'i E.
Sixih street, Davenport. Iowa. 11-lw
TTTANTKD SUITABLE PAKTV TO LEARN
our Dutin" and trave for us
American : teadv notation :
; ttrrmta ar
evening at Commercial hotel.
WANTED An aclive Traveline Salesman to
sell a general line of our Merchandise to
merchants only, tioml wae and expenses paid.
nolesale offloe 55-1&7 VYasMniitou bt , Chicago.
WANTED A PLACE IN A PRIVATE
family by a man anil bio wife; Ibe man i
thoroughly acquainted w ith the duties Incidental
to tbe care of borm-s. and the woman is a com
petent bouse keeper. Best references given.
Address "A"' AROl'a office.
WANTED. A LADY TO MANAGE A
Branch office, at ber own home, for the Fa
mous Female Speciflc '"Orange Lily"; a splendid
opportunity; address with stamp. The Dr. Coon-
ley neaicai institute, south Bend Ind.
SALESMEN WANTED TO SELL NUHSEKY
Stock. Sitnations permanent, salary and ex
penses, or commission front start. No expert
ence necessary. Outfit free. Write for terms,
statlngase U. E. HOOKER CO., Nurserymen,
Kocnester, n. V.
WANTED GENERAL STATE AGENT To
open headquarters in some principal "eily.
assume exclusive control of our business aud ap
point local ana sub-agents in every CUT in the
state: a-ooda well known, staple as hour. In uni
versal demand, and pay a net rrodt of 50 to loo
percent. Address TUB UNION COMPANY.
744 Broadway, New York. ss
LUMBKH LlMBKli YAKK WORKMEN OF
all grades, ran secure steady employment In
the lumber yards of Chicago at from SI 50 to
finuperdayoo application in person to E. K.
HOOPER. Secretary or the Chicago Lumber
YaM Dealer's Association, room 6IS rhimh., of
Commerce, S. E. corner LaSalle and Washington
J. SL BEABDSLEY,
ATTORSKY AT LAW Office with J. T.
worthy. 174& Second Avenue.
JACKSON A HIKST,
ATTORH K YS AT LA W. Office In Rock Island
National Bank Building, Rock Island, I1L
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Omce la Beugston'a nlock, Kock Island. 111.
lit E MKT ft Mt-E.MKV,
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan money on rood
security, make collections. Keferrnre, Mitch
ell a Lynde. bwukere. office In Po-tornce block.
THE 1IAILY AKUl'S.
FOR SALE KVKXY EVENING at Crampton's
News Stand. Five cents per copy.'
DBS. RUTHERFORD ft BUTLER,
ftADrATBS OF TIIE ONTARIO VETERNA
ry college, Ve ternary Physicians anp Surgeons.
. . ..... . j u.nu.uvt . v,ei
Allen Bakery, market square.
VALELTIKE'S .L- ,
1U UtOdt'Dl ft
tbem in railrotaa wrvicc.
TFirCDlPUV VALENTINE BROH.
tLLOrleirni 1S-H Jas-viLLs. Wis.
ivni (i r r iron l a
To sell odr roods by sample to wholesale and re
tail traae. w e are me largest maouracturers
onr line. Liberal salary paid.
Hon. Money advanced fu
or arairea. advertising
r ' id ins aiiures
CtHTEEIIAt. stFO. CO.. Chicago, V.i.
To sell the popular M.E. ADJUSTABLE FORM
CORSET. It is worn by Ladles wi-blng comfort
ana a gooa iotm. ror particulars ad areas
ELGIN CORSET CO.,
Kira-B STKls-r. ELGIN. ILL.
WM. 0. KULP, 0. D, S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Booms M, ST, x8 sad M,
Take Elevator. DAVENPORT, I A.
J. M. GASPAKD,
Library Bulldlnr, Davawport, Iowa, Call for
tiraalma ana see work be tore goiaf to rtr
c 0 NTIRE
Of coarse we can give bnt a hint of
the desirable fabrics. We call your at
tention to only a few.
SILK FINISH HENRIETTAS. 46
lix. Wide, all Wool, hlnnlra nH
' u u 9,
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,
33 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
n fT TlTmriY 1-1
Hock Island. Illinois.
1 Furniture and
Have the largest establishment West of Chicago.
DOXT FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEMf, a SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 123 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
INCORPCRVTKD tjTiOER THK THE STATE LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Open dally from a. m. to 4 p. m., and Setnrdey evening, from 7 to 8 o'clock.
Five percent intereit paid on Deposit Money loaned on Personal. Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
. r. uii.viujj, rres. - c. DS-V-iVAN'M. Vice-Prea.
I". L. Mitchell. K P. Reynolds.
. 1. Reimers. L. fimon.
ufw banlf. compi;.'' 8'
1 Second Ate.
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 & HUOKST-alEDT,
No. 1S11 an i 1313 Beoon 1 avenue.
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
No. 2G0 Fifth Avenue, ROCK ISLAXD.
r stole, new stork, tbe beat s jods at tbe
House and Sign Painter.
Firs! -clsae Graining snd Paper lUnin?.
P. O. Box C72.
Makes Shoes look new. Softens
Leather. We recommend it
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
892 Fifth Awnue, ; 1818 Second Avenue, -
Rejaold. Block. - Harper Boom Block.
Double fold flannels 25o a yd
Dress flannels, 52 In. 49o a yd.
Plaids and stripes, all wool 49o a
yd. and up. '
New robes in late combinations.
Worsted stripes 89o m yd.
Cashmeres, all wool, 42 in. SOo 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.
J. K. BtTFOSO, Cashier.
V tlonti. ... Tl. n l. n
K. W. Hurst. . M. Bofotd.
Summer is past; the fail
ing leaves remind us that
winter is at hand.
Have you taken up your
As to flower pots; I hava
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. LOOSLEY,
1609 Second Ave.
ksr ?st prices.
A br o natroman aotietted.
Shop Fourth Ave. ket SI at sad Sad gts.
Have you Been Schneider's
Men's Calf Shoes I
If not. call and see them, and be cob
vinced tLat we beat all com-
FIT AND PRICS,
uor Men's Shoes cant be beat.
' W are Leaders in '
T a Tvv-MM..
at lowest prices. All w ask