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? ' TH ROCK ISLAND AKGU8. TUEfiDA v. nrrrrmwT q, .,.
TWs Week will be our Bed Blanket and Bed Comfort Sale.
Uc fhall I'ffer on Monday a. m. and
til ft 1 1 ' Pir" "niUi be(1 blankets at
g'".. N. d.mbt about their being worth
word il l more.
ntt.- bUDket. at ?l 25. 51.63. 1.9i
m !J.1S. Itil r no show again
at )ric-9 iianu-d wben Pre"nt lot 1b
liiltir white wool blankets t all
'"ti'ii- rvlebrated 0;clen blanket, pore
w,,ol, rp and MWoe only 3
Our Greenwood lilncketa at 12.75;
r,.r. r one. st't at other places at t3.50.
Or, y Manst-is. all gi7.es, styles and
1 .1 1... .,-..r P,; ki k at 3 00 is a treat
wller. t"ft wo i, with strength and
' li'Brt tl.e ball rolling on pure
f.M-liineal dye scarlet blankets at $2 . 18
hthI tfo alone up tho line to $3.15. $2-03,
:! '.id tl ?'4 !H, tc.
Y i'iiar;ii-t-e every pair of blankets
n il iii t tt i m able to be a positive bar
T.i Iii- v""rrV.H i-r nn.'iimenf One sy the
,.! ki.. v Hi" - h. .Iu!f .mlMool luve heen luridly lncreed. ymi further kuow that. blanket lire made
,,i ,i. I r.i your own ctmclimciie. We simply ogst that delays are O.ngtrou.
McO ABE BROS.
1713. 1714. 1718. 1718. 1720 and 1722 Hecokd Avknuk.
II is been crested among tho ladies since
the receipt of those elegtnt work and
ferMp bMskcta. Tiiey are of Indian man
ufacture, and as the product is very
limner! it is doubtful if we will have any
n; re tl ii seas n. Cull and m ike your
"lertions or what you want may be gone.
1?0:J aronfi Avenne.
A. J. SMITH & SON,
i ii i y i i i -x. r"' J7-wirt.i
f i'.. k I? now replete with Noveltle. fall nnd compare oar tock od price.
A. J. SMITH 6c SON,
125 127 West Third Street. Opp. Masonic Temple. DAVENPORT
WALL PIPER COMPANY
Mli2, 314 Twcntictli St.,
And PostofficK BU-k, Moline.
FINE WALL PAPER-ETdiiive asrents
Ki'iorte: Hirie A Son. Jnnewiy A Co.. Hohert S.
YorK Wall Pup.r To., arid Hotierr Jr:ivei i'u.
SKK f l'K IAs-Vn hich includes all the
hclow oiher df alers
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KO I IN & ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
K. C. HOPPE,
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Syrup:
Arts;qiiickly, is perfectly safe and never fails to cure all Lung troubles.
dlcine known for all Kidney, Lan- and Stomach trouble, I
Cc a Bottle Samples free.
SLd comforU means nearly one huns
" wo piace on sale 100 com
forts this week at 47c each. The mate
rial a'.one is worth more; nothing Tor
A big bt at 72 ; wouldn't be good for
f 8 00. but at $1.00 you wonld think they
Our 88o comforts are (Treat value, and
those at f 1 00 would look cheap any
where at f 1 88. Ftra good rallies at
1 15, $1.31 and $1 67. Those at $1.87
being satine on one side and One quality
Turkev red cloth on thft ntVMPflA atria
Wo have several wonderful values at
i. o ana s.uu which we shall be glad
to show aganist any competition.
McKinley bill will Inerenw the price, of gorite-
5 feet bamboo easels, 88c.
8x10 gilt frames, glass and mat, 80c.
8x10 white and gold frames, giass
and mat, 35c.
Decorated window shades complete
with spring fixtures. 35c.
Pure Irish Linen stationery per lb.
Wall paper at cost.
1705 Second Ave.
for the following six largest Wall Paper
Hobu A Co., Serine A Hvlind, Ne
Art paper. Price from 10 lo SO per cent
HAS RECEIVED HIS
No 1808 Second avenue.
Rook Island, III.
10c, 25c and 60c Bottles.
and Liver Pills.
Drnggiet, Sock Island.
3S, If I H
HOUSEKRKPEIiS PAY IT. DISGUSTED- 1 CITY THAT. i lAAh lUmCES. I i
Pialat rir.re. That 1H th Ti .f
- - - faxen.
While some people insist that the im
porter psys the tariff, tlie hard, stubborn
fact stands that, at the last the consumer
relly has it to pay. In the smaller cits
ies and towns mercban do not like to
advertise the fact that this law will in.
crease prices, because the charge of par
tisanship might be laid to their doors.
But in the larger cities, where this charge
would not effect trade, the merchants
have made no secret of the effect this
measure will have upen the prices of
Here is an extract from the advertise
ment of a leading St, Louis bouse, as the
same is found in the co umos of the Globe
Democrat: Ladies imported "Crescent" fast hlrV
cotton hose: ciriee now !:. nrin. ..n .
" i " - Miiv UUUG1
. McKinley bill. 32c.
Liadies medium-we ght fine gauge
'Crescent" blark cnunn hnu- nrU nn
35c; under McKinley bill. 44c per pair.
uresceni rast black cot'on (pUiD),
prices now 20c, 30c. 33.-, 85n. Prices
under McRinlry bill. 2c. 32c. SSn. 8Ho
Crescent" fast blw k colton. derhv
price now 20c. 23c, 25 ;. 28c, 30c, 332,
35c. Prices under M.'Kioley bill, 25c,
29n. 320.35c. 88o, 41c, 44c.
Boys' heavy rib "Cit scent" fast black
cotton hose, 25c; prion under McKinley
bill. 32c ner Dair.
100 yards, alt linen ls
McKinley bill will be 39c; our price 25c.
yards an Un ;n cream damask;
nder the MeKinlev bill will he 401c- m,r
1,315 yards all linen cream damask. 62
inches wide; under the McKinlev bill will
be 85c; our pri.e 39c.
1,000 yards all liner cream damask, 66
inches wide; under the McKinley bill will
be 95; our price 55c.
800 vards. all linen, full hlenrhMl .1am.
ask, 64 inches wide; under the McKinley
bill will be 93c; our price 69c.
56S yards all linen, full bleached dou
ble damask, 63 inches wide; under the
McKinley bill will but 1.25: our Driee
500 dozen bleached ITni-k trnvpln cnr
heavy goods; under the McKinley bill will
be 15c; our price 10c.
750 dozen 2 i-50 fu !l bleached dsmasa
towels; under the Mi Kinlev bill will be
45c; our price 25c.
Does the above tot thoroughly ex
plain itself? Is the e any ncd of hum
bugging the people wita lonsj-winded
speeches that are got en up to mislead?
Abbie rarrlnctoo Tomorrow XiKht.
The sale of seats for the operatic en
tertainment of Miss Abtiie Camngton at
Harper's theatre tomorrow night opened
this morning at tlarcei's theatre and au
gurs for a trvmendou i audience to greet
the famous rjrima Oonna. Abbie Car
rington, in the sprim; of 1887, after six
consecutive seasons in grand opera, and
having during this time sung the leading
soprano roleg in elgl.teen different grand
operas, determined f take a much need
ed rest, which resulted in taking her into
a new sphere of work, and has perhaps
succeeded in showing still further tl e
greatness of this phenomenul soprano.
This change of course prevented ber con
tinuing in Italian opera, but gave to the
concert platform.on; who, though so high
in priee, has always proven a paying in
vestment, and now neems to have become
a permanent fixture of the Chautauqua
Assemblies throuehiut the country, in
cluding Ottawa, Kansas; Crete.Nebraska;
Glen Park, Colorado; Monona Lake, Wis
consin; Waseca, Minnesota, and the great
Lake Chautauqui, N-w York. Mme.
Carrington has sung during this time the
following: Operas "Faust, " "Ernani,"
"Mignon.""Rigolelto." "Martha," "Mar-
itana," ' La Travista," "II Travatore."
William Ted," "Kra Diavolo." "Mephis
topheles," "Bohem an Girl," "11 Flauto
Magico," "Don Giovanni." "and II Bor-
biere di Siviglia " Oratorios "The
Messiah," "Eli," "The Creation," "Eli
jah," "The Stalat Mater." and "Le
Damnation de Fault."
Such is the history, briefly summed up.
of this American girl, who has, by hard
work, ber own merits, and by being true
to herself and true to her friends, not
only gained the confidence, esteem and
respect of ao exacting public, both mor
ally and artisticall f, but placed herself on
the highest pinnacle of art and fame.
Store 3f Inrf prrMt-niatiou.
Did anv Worklagman in the city get
bis coal any cheaper when the Cable mi
ners were Teduccd 10 cents a ton two or
three months ago? Who has that 10
centa per ton? t'nfcn.
The above as indicated appeared in this
morning a L'nion. and with it in hand
Mr. II. B. Sudlow, superintendent of the
Coal Valley Mining company, called at
the Abocs oftie. ile was indignant at the
Vnion't malicious misrepresentation, no
less than he wasdi tgusted with its repeated
stupidity. "Thu editor of that paper
knows better than to make such an as
sertion as that, if he knows anything at
all," Mr. Sudlow said, "for it necessitated
three visit to his office on my part to gel
the matter through his head last spring
when we made the change, and he finally,
after blundering over it twice in hia pa
per, announced it correctly as it
should bavu been, towit: That the
Coal Valley Mining company had re
du ed the price of mining ten centa per
ton, and bad correspondingly reduced the
price of coal at Hock Island and every
where else whero sold, the same amount.
ten cents per ton. Still he asks who got
the ten cen's.
"I am not running Mr. Cable's cam
paign," Mr Sud ow said, "'but I am run
ning the affairs f the Coal Valley Mining
company. 1 mide tne reduction in the
mining price and at the same time gave
coal buyers the advantge of it. I made
it for that purr ose, and I dont propose
to submit to the CnUm't misrepresenta
tion of my motives, or to its misconstruc
tion of facts."
Pel Ire Polntn.
Two reels of wire used by the Thom-
onsHouston company were stolen from
the corner of N ineteenth street and Third
avenue last nig it. Contractor McGogin
offers a reward of f 10 for the apprehen
sion of the thief.
A steamboat hand, giving his name as
John Barley, vas arrested last night by
Officer Kramer for stealing two pair of
mitts and a pair of gloves from Bear &
company's store. Magistrate Wivill held
him in bonds c f $100 this morning, and
he went to jai .
Theodore Bybrocke was fined $3 and
costs this mort ing for intoxication.
Viambrd froa ttervlee, " '
Letter Carrix C. Leutje has been dis
missed from dity in Uncle Sam's service
and his place filled by Will Scott, who
has been in thi postoffice for some time
engaged in different kinds of work.
Boys' suit, legardleas of cost, at the
Golden fcagle dosing out sale. :
I - .1 .
Rrpabltraae AboBt Ready to Give
i ha riebt Thronshont the State.
Ojjlesby, who in years gone by always
arew a crowd. Is meeting with no favor
rrom bis andiences these days. The at
tendance to hear him is small and but lit-
ue interested in what he has to say. He
has been in Jo. Cannon's district rei
centiy ana this is the report sent to the
independent Chicago Jfeum, recently:
Tuscola.. III., Oct. 19. Gen. Oglesby,
after making four speeches in the Fif
teenth district snd failing to arouse the
people, retired from the work last evening
in disgust and will not speak in ChamDaitrn
and Vermillion counties as intended.
"Uncle Dick" has heretofore never failed
to draw immense crowds.
Commenting on this tbe same paper
A dispatch in another column an
nounces that Gov. Oleeby has withdrawn
from "the stump" in Illinois. Bis efforts
in behalf of the McKinley Unff and kins
dred measures fell fl.t and profitless, and
he now leaves Messrs. Cannon, GgsL et
al. to their fate.
This i one of tbe most significant
events of the present campaign. Tbe
national features of tho republican can
vas in this state are looked al askance
even by tbe most partisan of republicans,
Poornaatrr Knsel Ilea a Record for
lorornatloa-Are. There Aoy More
tneatlono the -l oioo Would Like
Rock Island, Oct. 21. I see the Un
ion pretends to be desirous of learnmg
how I know of Mr. P. L. Cable's tfener
osity to the poor previous to my coming
into tbe office of overseer of tbe poor,
owing to the fact that Mr. Calle died
prior to that time, and no one but the
overseer knows of the extent of his lib
erality. For the Union's information I
will say, tint not only did my predecess
or. Michael K'Kh, advise me of it,
but bis records transferred in m ckn
it. F r ins ance I lmv tho M.nr.i. t
two different orders of $ 250 each, one in
1883 and 1884. and I know h n,
experience of the eenerosity of bis son.
i . anie, since, in view of the
fact that the Union.
kaow that we keep correct record in tbe
iiiiic ui ue poor, me fame ss in every
public office. I will rpmtnn it tl,t T K .
a record of 10 that it once enn'ributed
to tbe poor. Does the Union still doubt
the accuracy of my records, or will it
still ask "How Does He Know."
Overseer of the Poor.
Hop ail Uof, They are Takloa; to
The St. Louis Ktpubiu prints the fol
Carthage. 111.. Oil. IB Ti.
cans in the Eleventh congressional dis
trict are not only scared, but they are on
the run. The situation is a desperate one.
Old joMier citizens of Carthage say Ge.t
mav dlII through. H U
Ex-Coogressman W. U. Xeece. of Ma
comb, said to a reporter today: "I have
been over the district in company with
Mr. Cable the past week. The repuhli
can Boldiers are deser.ing Oest in pU-to.-na.
I never saw Buch a stampede.
Thty say Gest baa ignored them tntir.-ly.
I am confident that Cable will be elected.
Tbe republican managers are flooding the
country wiih orators and an effort will be
made t ifet Speaker Reed into the dis
trict. Democrats are iuhilant wr ih
JUST KEKP HALF WARM.
That tn What Ikr lllxh-Taxrra
atmmma for the Poor.
Jay Gould says that under the new tar
iff if a man cann t buy two suits of
clothes he must buy only one. But be
doesn't say if be cannot buy one what he
will be obliged to do then.
The Vanderbilts, the Russell Sages, the
Chauncey Dipews. and all the nabobs in
tbe east are of the same opinion. If
things come higher don't use so
much of them. If clothing costs dut
b'.e only keep half as warm ss
you formerly did. This is great logic
for those people who don't know how to
spend a fraction of their enormoui in
Mr. Get voted to mk this bill a law.
Mr. Cable is unalterably opposed to it.
Mr. Oet must go.
It is not necessary that Mr. Gesl again
state his position, as some have sug
gested. The people are thoroughly con
versant with it. Uis position is. that he
voted against the well-beioi? of rrcn
taxpayer in the district. By his vote he
has helped to make dearer blankets and
clothing, and groceries, and everything
else necessary to live on. whether the
winter be cold or not. He has taxed the
farmer for everything he wanu in winter,
and be has taxed vhe twine with which he
binds his grain in summer. He has com
mitted as much injustice to the people as
if be bad been elected and sent lo Wash
ington as their enemy. He closed the
bridge against them in this city as long
as he could. He blundered on tbe via
duct matter, and everything he has
touched or bandied, or countenanced in
anyway, has been a detriment to the peo
p'e. His position is defined.
With the People') Sioatry.
The party organs announced wiih a
flourish that "this republican administra
tion bat paid $205,000,000 of the public
debt." This is very kind of the adminis
tration. Who would have supposed that
it is at once so rich and so liberalT Uns
fortunately for its credit, all intelligent
citizens know that every dollar paid upon
tbe national debt has been wrung from
tbe taxpayers by impositions upon their
necets tries. Of this f205.000.000 at
leist three-fourths bave been prematurely
collected, forcing upon this generation a
burden of taxation which belonged to the
Sit Joeeph'a folr.
Tbe annual fair of St. Joseph's church
opened last night at Armory hall and was
attended by a large number of people
Bleuer's band discoursed fine music and
the booths were very attractively deco
rated, the principal ones being the candy
booth in charge of Miss May Mulligan,
the ice cream and frnit booths under the
direction of Misses May Grogan and Bes
sie Farrell. Hiss Kate Byrnes appeared
as ths fortune teller.
Tired or Blah Tazea.
Evety democrat in this district will Vote
for Ben T. Cable who represents lower
federal taxation and personal liberty of
the citizen, and thousands of republicans
also will vote for him for they are tired of
tbe constantly increasing taxation which
Gest has voted on them. Fort Madison,
(la ) Democrat.
Cure for rheumatism or neuralgia.
Buy a 25 cent bottle of 8alvstion Oil and
ose it according to directions; it will cure
the worst caw.
Boy Wanted At
Mr. H. P. Stoddard, of E Jgington, was
uc tuj touay.
Underwear as low as 10c at Simon &
Genuine Vermont maple syrup just re.'
Dimon Mosenfelder will save you
money ou upaerwear.
Mr. Edward Heffeman left last even
ing tor Akron. Ohio.
Bed blanket anil hri mmfnrf .i .1.:.
week at McCabe Bro's.
Bova' Suits at half nriro t iK.
g...v M WJIIVU
Eagle closing out sale.
Holroyd's wool and silk underwear at
mon k Mosenfelder's.
Nearly 100 balra if hot i.i...t.(.
placed on sale this week at McCabe
Rev. W. S Murnnia i. r : .
tending tbe Central Iliinr.u Pr..h..i..
Yesterday was a tml. tn . t,
blanket and comfort sale at McCabe
Children' an ft at 71 ..!. ,nni
- - - uo, iruiij
price f 1.75. al the GnMnn P..,i -1....
- . b'w .,.'a.uic
- - " - '' ss iiutK
Island ahd is l-xiaied at 2507 Fifth ave.
25c for sa eood a quality of underwear
1 is usually sold at 30c. at Simon &
If VOti hav an nf K..- - v '
snit tbe Golden Eagle will sell you one
for half price. .
Remember the 10 per cent discount to
I customer fwfYir Vs... 1 v c
. . a, m k niDDu
75c is tbe price for the genuine (all
'OoD natural want Hndprv... a.. .
Tbe G. lden En?l atill tiaa nwt
stock on band, and continues to make the
prices lower man ever.
The Goldpn P.oU ,n.i.n ... 1. .
great blessing to the poor or Rock Is-
ianu. van ana oe convinced.
White bed blanket Aft. . k.
ir.eal scarlet blankeu, f 2 18 at tbe great
ic iuii weea at KcvaDe Bro s.
08c is the price fur th r,n,.;n.. c :,
Conde underwer with the Swita Conde
ticket at Simon & Mosenfvldi.i V.
W. L. Whitfltld, of Chicago, Is visiting
in tbe city of bis former h nnii ,VKii
is now a conductor on the Rock Island
T.ere will be no aervi at flrmtk ru.v
cbapel this evening, kev. W s xi.
having to attend the meeting of the
lynod at Dsquoia, 11.
Thev allow ri n nn. , 1 .1
w - ' uuiicin 1 1UCIU-
Look around, gel prices, and then si e
how well vou are ire ,1 mi
Mr. Geo. B. Browner. nr n-rt
treasurer, is very ill with irflammali.m of
the bowels, and hia manv f r i.m.l a n ,
urally very anxious about him.
McCabe Bros, advertise the celebrated
8 wits Conde underwear at ft apiece, and
have the genuine the maker's ticket on
each garment. Others are imitations.
There Will be laerviro In tl.o
ests of the Sonth Rock Is and mission in
the Aiken btreet school at 7:80 Uiix eve
niug. Preaching by tie Rev. Jobn H.
Wiih as Teat a nioh th 1. v
gle has bad tbe pst weeks, it is proyid
to the people that tbey are actually do
ing as they aeree, ?iz : Closing out re
gardless of coot.
A passenger coach is now attached to
the freight train leaving Kock Iiland at
8:30 a. m. dally for Des Moines. Tbi
will be a great accommodation to l.m.l
traffic through Iowa.
Michael Conner died Sunday morning
al bis home on Wt-at I.vnt rrMt h...
enport. of the effects of severe burning.
Friday evening bis clothes caught fire
wmie asleep, from his pipe which he bad
been smoking, and he was enveloped in
flames when discovered.
The citv council turned it atimtinn t-
the improvement of Girnxb y to u -ire at
its meetinc last evening litlno ii. ,,.
iraci lor suostiiuting clay for gravel it
it surface. This done the work of benu
tifying will commence. It i nn.i
tdat several One ornaments have already
Rck Island Lodtre No. 1ST O n V
Will have a social and dune
evening. Nov. 11th, and a good time may
be expected. Members wishing invila
lions will please send the names at once
to the commit! n P- lfm.il v u.i.
well. Geo. Trinkenschuh. J. Trenaman.J.
uutbompsen, or leave names at Krell &
nam s store.
According to th Tn;an.rw... r..,.
r ai t reDort Of the wlait nt ih. aim f-.
board to Indianapolis, no Hone was lett
unturned by the people of the lloosier
capital to make a favorable impression
upon the officers as to the advantages of
that city over all other cities. Tne tri
cities however were not slow in present
ing their claims which in a imt m.,r
respects excel those of Indianapolis.
Mr. El. Swan has succeeded in re-organizing
the R-scue hose company on
- ineteenth street, and a meeting will be
beld tonight to elect officers. Mr. Swan
is an old fireman ami t K ,K.onM if
fire protection in that important neiglibor-
uuuu uaa prompiea mm In deference to
the exoreraed wishea nf m.n r,r.n-.
holders lo reestablish Ibe company pend
1 V. - I ... .. .
uK iuc iDsiiiuuonoi tne paid department,
being a Arm believer himself inthenaid
system. The boys will be around in a
few days soliciting such subscriptions as
are necessary to Dut tbe old time rammni
on its feet again.
Ulfflralt to Kxolaia.
In the opening speech of his campaign
Mr. McKinley told bis agricultural hear
ers that "we bave given tbe farmer what
be has never had before a ilitinriio
place in tbe tariff laws." If the farmers
of Ohio bave the proverbial shrewdness of
their clas tbey will ak how it is thai tbe
republican leaders bave just cot around
to protecting them after maintaining a
high tariff for thirty years, taxing them
on pretty much evaryihir.g they have to
ouy. l bis a Janeiro will harJIv bslo Mr.
McKinley t carry his diit ict.
-ot Hrfnrd Hlmwir
The Aledo Dtmocrat says:
Gest's vote for the ' hill tn n.imK..-
himself with Ibe money Silcolt stole from
him will cost him more than one vole in
Mercer count v. There is no reason mhy
the government should stand the losses
tbal a congressman mav auftVr m, mnn.
than it should make good to any" other
man what be may lose through some dis?
honest rascal. Gest made a receipt to tbe
government for his salary, gave it to Sil
colt to have cashed, and Silcott did o and
then ran away with tbe money. The
government held Gest's receipt for his
salary, yet he voled for a bill which pro
vided that be should be Daid airain nut nt
the people's money.
'Did you ring for the elevator Loyr
"Where is he now?"
I guess he's making up his mind
what he'll An ftlvnit it " UT.u.inA
Chicago Hotel Clerk (after MK Blos
som, of St Louis, has registered) Don't
blow out the gas, Mr. Blossom.
Blossom Gas! Haven't you got elec
tricity in this slow town yet! New York
Sun. - -
Eadoovortoa- to Spoil Bias.
"Your father spoils yon, Willie."
"You'd have thought he was trying
to if you'd seen him lay ths ruler on
this morning," returned Willie. New
York Evening Sua.
Simon & Aloten L
Oysters at Krell & Math'.
Go to Holbrook's. Davennort far far.
nu bus. curtains.
, Boarders wanted at 808 Nineteenth
aireci. Airs, a. man ton.
Jlraclass tailors wanted; union or
non-union Dy r. C. Hoppe.
Send your friends to Krell & Math's
lor a aisn or can of fresh ovsters.
Call and see the hand-carved bed room
auiiea at noiorook s. JJa Ten port.
For Sale A good family horse and
phaeton. Enquire at Anocs office.
Parlor suites and fancy chairs of every
ucm-ripviun at noiorook s, Uavenport.
Go to Twentieth street laundry for
urstciana wora. w. a. UM, proprietor.
Ice cream always on hand and served
by Uie dish all winter at Krell & Math's.
A handanma lino nf Knnk .... . ..
csbineu just received at Holbrook's, Dav
enport An elecant aaanrtmrntnf .llnlnn
chairs snd bat racks at Holbrook's. Dav
W hen you want a nice dish of fresh
oysters step in to Krell A Math' n.l nr.
der them up ia sny style.
Bear ia mind we do not nuit mk Ins
cream when cold weather sets in. and you
can get it in any quantity in the coldest
weaiber. Ktmenioer Krell & Math's and
get the best.
The Crown dining hall. l?n a.
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish you
.uo mw ia ue city tor sa cents. A.
d. jonnson, proprietor.
50.000 to loan on real estate security,
n Sums of tSOO anl nno.K - 1 .
current rates of Interest, without com
mission, t. w. nurst. Attorney at
law. Rock Island.
"Write the vision, and nkn it
that the suffering man who runs ma
read." Call not for frion.l nr firsts.
either for iras nor rhlnrnfnrm K.,t
a runner for Sal vat ion Od .
38c for a pood onalit nf
wear at Simon 4 Mosenfeldei's. .
Evervbodv k nnwn armful t k.
disease nf tbe blood, ami Ilnni H.-
panlla is tbe beet remedy for all blood
Hot' suits at Tour nm r.,l -t it,.
Golden Eaale closing out sale.
J. K. Montbo'K, - . . ManagrT.
o aiuar oklv.
WEDNESDAY, OCT., 22nd.
GraiHt Oprra. with a eompaiiT of di.tinr-nii-hrd
artiM. hraded by America'
mot rcBownrd Prima Donna,
Miss Ale Carrington
In a a:,. 1 TV...!.. Bin .
flll rOQtminOT I wo
And Ihc entire -;rtjr.n Scene" from Oaood
1 rumor uu
An rvminff of i;rM dam . . i... .
" Vl. lUlCIDITlfa DI
Ihc t;rt inlil, '
" ,iV ,nd y " "ewrd mil ao
ig rp" diufior Turly mum
Miss J. H. BANCROFT.
on tb bo .DliJ-t. t
nAVESPORT-Pnhlle 1111. Monlc Tcau.1.
Tbarly. jh, ai 4 :SU p m.
niv iSLAND-Oiri.tUn Cbpcl. corner of
84. .14 p. m. w-
S,'m-'IS,tS,'',0lliC Te"1'- "rly.Oct . at
Llir. Irt-rrird trr corJI.Mr IrvltrO.
This Lt-ctur is Inlruductury lo a
in Phri-ll PnUnmi . - , a .
thr lei-tore Ml., Bancroft mil rire llla.li.iv o.
i.rihe.rk iii nwin, i be rlm I c lectlc.
combining vo'k from
LING. DELSARTE. SARGENT
and JENNESS MILLER.
nd lmitiir tn 'rufrt ih. .khi... . . . . .
iranirlh. price and crrim. Tbe na,,UL.
ire okenju noiic nd wlihoul pprtu.
90 per rent reduction for Ibe next SO dr
no Buirk'ieaaud Spnuf Waon. '
No. 1610. ltsli and 1614. Tblrd Are,
I lbrbeapet place in tbaroonty to bur Car
nre. Buxvir, 1'alnl. Oil, etc.
Upen Buf let.
HORST VON KCECKRITZ.ftiann.cW
racscBirrion a SncuLVT.
Fourth Ave, and Twenty-Third St.
n sons 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,
Attoritet at Law
Room 1 and 4 Maaonlc Tempi,
I IOCS ISLAND, ILL.
Uoyd &- Stewart,
Manj peculiar points make Hood's gar.
suparilla superior to all other medicines.
Peculiar In combination, proportion.
and preparation of tasTcdlenU, jAl
Hood's oaranarllU pourues
Ue fnU curative value of tbe iVr
beat known remedle xl,
tbe vcgeublo king-OVom.
Peculiar m 'CaV5rengta
sapamu lsXt-'Vtbe ontrmedl.
f" CVTC. bl-i ea trnlr
idV -Onc Uundred DoJ,
XrxO rPoUar." Medicines la
Afv lanrrr and suuQVr bottles
nfr rrqnln larger doses, and do not
fTtiduee as good results as Hood's.
r Peculiar In Us medlebul niertt.
Hood s Sanaparina accomplish s cores liltn
cno unknown, and has woo for llaeh S
Ibe title ft - The crntrst YAooAJk
purifier ever discovered." fV
b..nH..' ,here I .., C.
if Hood s SarsapaiUU S ScA 1.
-?. "V Z" Wood
aiToadir- -no other preparation
$JS rTrr t,alD ' PP
Itrltjr in so abort a time,
g and retained lu poprdarltjr
r"d confidence amoec aU clasm
S of peof le so steadf jtly.
Ho not be Induced 10 bry other rrejuradoris,
but le sure f p t the recnllar Uedldne,
SoldbeC.dnirrlrta. SUHifuras. rreaaredaolv
k C t Ui.il. & .... . ..
' - lutnM. Unll. SUi
IOO Doses One Dollar
ASK YOUR OROCER FOR THEM:
i 'bemiit mn.1 K. t mu Ik. . -
"Wnt." -Uxit." Umle" ai;d kenf' notice.
Oolr onc-balf cent a .d. EvriboJr nnd lb.
column Try it .
OSCONu-HANa FCRMTIKB. buwht. old
rurj man or raranare
ured at tioaibeaat curaer Perry and Third Si.,
FOR bALK VALIABL8 1ATENT IaT
prorement m Kleca'or. Now la oberatim at
Star Klnlibinr Work-, was Haiatlioa St. PbUada.
P; proacrrea life d limh; for foil pt,nlcalar
app'jr u KoBT i. WALBEK. laWtitor.
no" SALE rHKAP-lMA'BLK D t'SK
i vacant krf .1.1 , 1 - - .
boukcaee. manlrobe. ecreiarr. parlor et. piano
" - woub UHin, VC9
sixik tret. leport. losa. il l
TTTANTED-isl lTABLEPARTir T LE HN
cali afieroooa i.r
venln( Counndi I aotcl.
WATED-AaartlreTrarelln- lema In
-H a t neral line of oar Merc baudier fo
merchant onl. uoml ntr id eioLe
WboieleoBot 55-1..7 WuLtUKIm M , Cbtcao.
WAXTRD-A PLAtK IS i
family I.r a maa and hi- wife
ir ruu( ; Muuamieu iid ie anile loctdcatal
tu Ibeutaof Ve. aat tbe wots. a u a outm
peient hnne keeper. Ket referaure r'Tea.
W ANTED -A LADY TO MANAUE
Branch office, al hernwm aw i
Boo Peal hueciSe rarre LI it"; a eplendid
opportcalt;: addm with Majnp. Th Ir Couo
Ict Medical Inatiuita. hoath bend Ind.
SALESMEN WANTED TO SELL NCHHKKT
Mock, hltaailoo nermanent- m.A ...
peae. or eoaunleekHi frnm trt v., . ,
eoc neceMarr. uuint fte. W rite rue lerai,
tatiasre D K. HookER CO , NiiMiiaa.
Mucbestcr. IV. V.
TTTAKTED-UENERAL STATE AtENT Tt
eicliMlire control ef oar haaiae
pmai local and ub-ar-nt la ererr city la
ik , rmi ! iien, iui u Soar, la
eral 4 em and. and per ail rnH of Bu lo Da)
percent. Addrrm THE INION IMMPAV.
Brotdway. Xew York. as
IMBSR-LIVBIR YARO WORlktS OK
aU rradea, raa eeenre tleody eanpioTmot la
the lamher yard of Chlca ml tmm 1 su H
'iT,'d,TO" applliiow ia neroa to k. E.
MOOTER. Bwretary of the tWaro Lambee
1 -d Ueler- AhuUIu. nnea SIS i'hamher of
Commerce, S. E corner LaSaJI aad U aahinsion
treeta. Chkawo. III.
J. M. BElmltSLEY.
ATTORMET AT LA W offlco with J.
worthy. IT second Arena.
JAtKSOM A UIKST.
ITTORRETS ATLAW. Oalco la Rock lalaad
lttauoaal Bank Baildiof. hVirk liload. 111.
a. a. awaaaiT. o. l. walk.
ATTORMIY9 AXD CdCNSELLilRS AT LAW
OS la Beniua i biota. Rock lalaMl, I1L
ATTORSIT'S AT LAW Loan BHWMy on rood
fCMllr.aiAkaAjlMiiMi. . .. .
ail a Lynde. hanker. OfBee la ruutVa' hib
THE 1)11 LV AKbl'H.
POR SALR EVERY EVENING at Oaaiptoa'a
riRY BVIM'tO at C
Ki cent per copy.
DRS. BlTHERtDRD BLTLEK.
n RADr ATES OP TH ONTARIO V BTt N A
1 w,'rrr eiernary m man aap ai
laoaii a tiTery vlaMe; Kewdobc
Alter Bakery, aurket eg 11 are.
Teaches It atadema a
trale .o the a starts
them in rallroM aertwe,
VALENTINE BKOO .
U-U J ax K.r 1 u.. Wm.
To Mil oar rood h eamnU tA mwA
tall trmAM 07. am tk. l--. . .
oar Una. Literal aalarr paid. Peraaaeat nom-
Mooy adraacod fur ware. adTarUalns,
CMtKlBIAI. HFO. CO.. Chlcaro, Hi.
Toaell th popalar M. I. A DJ VST ABLE PORK
COKbET. It m wora by Ladle wishing ouBfort
aad a food form. For parUaalar addrva
EL3IN CORSET CO.,
Sivaa aVraaar, KLulJf. ILL.
WM. 0. KULP, D. D, S.
Omen REMOVED TO
RooaM S X T. M aad St,
Take Blavator. .. DAYZSPJRT. IA.
J- IL QA8PARD,
Uorarr lulldlaf, DiTonport, Iowa. OaU far
ssilSMlaa sad so work before SM lo CaMaco.
Of oonrse we can giva but a hint of
th dsalrable fabrics. We oall yonr at
tention to only a few.
Slt-K FINISH HENRIETTAS, 4
In. wide, all wool, blacks and colors.
75c a yd, 6 to 7 yds. for a pattern.
"lgwe ths cost and not what a small
snm U roqulrod for a handsome dross.
EXCELSIOR WOOL 8TRIPES.
38 la. 23 cts a rd.
TYRONE SUITINGS. 52 In- 35c a
yard. Th era's a piico for you.
Mohair plaids. 42 In. 55c a yd. fine
Rock Island Illinois.
1 Fiirniture and
Havs ths largsst asublUhmaat Wast of Chicago.
DONT FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZUAnn.
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 123 Sixteenth 8treet,
l!VrrtATED CHDEa THE TOE STATE LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, tt.t.
Open daily from 1 a. m. to 4 p m . mat ftetaK rremlec from T I 'clock.
Fl vs par cant tatsrost paid on Deposits. Moaoy loaaod oa Pwraoaai.: Co4
laural. or Real Estau Bocarlty
t. r. RETNOLTrS. Proa.
r C. DESK
P. L. Mltckell I r RerooM, T. C.
.ncianm, k. nnn.
imer. L. unrm.
antu new kk i empleTei ' '
fill Seelx knauu ,a. .
A general advance in the prices of VELVETS, RIBBONS
and OSTRICH FEATHERS will undoubtedly occur on
account ot the change In duty, we have as yet made ad
vance. Our present stock was seevred on the most advan
tageous terms and Is marked at very low prioea. We srag
gest the expediency of making your purchases
Ths great variety, ths largs numbers ofnsw stylos, aad Us gsnaral
exceUenco of our assortment cannot fail to provo Utarsatiag
MRS. P. GREENAWALT
1704 SECOND AVENUE,
Narrow Escape from Fire !
But pricos went down to mooCloo wmnta of ovory on wtabiag to bay
- - m ABaBJ I
OIL CLOTHS, SHADES, DRAPERY, Etc.
PRICES IN PLAIS FIGURES.
KANN & HUCKST.1EDT,
No. 1911 aad 1313 SecoaJ aveaoe.
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
No. 2606 riftk Aveaae, BOCK ISLkXD.
alewoto.oewtork.tW W at tko lowot neloao. A aw. mi .a u i TH1 raao .
A. SEABUROi :
House and Sign Painter.
PirtlOralalnfao4rVHinc. akop frmnk aro, a- aj-a-mS
Shoes look new. Softens
leather. We recommend it '
GEO. SCHNIiroEB, Jr.,
; WtalAvsaue, 1S18 Eecoad Avsaas,
lltjmold's Kock, jjj;
Doabla fold Caosels E5o a yd- o
Drtu eannols. 52 ln.4o yd.
Plaids aad stripss, aU wool 4Vo a
yd. and ap.
Ntw robM la UU oombtnartoas.
Worstad stripss 29e a yd,
CaahmoTwe. all wool 48 la.50o a fS
Robos. bordarod. few toft at $1.5
Trim sain fs la latast stylaa Jaat
Wo will bs plaasod totaava yoa la
spoct oar largo a took-
i. at. CroKO. GkeAae.
tet.kmB. Jobs CrabandL C. 9. Lroio.
( . W. HMi a krlJ
E W. Harm. .
C"pT MNcmoa Lraoo
Have you eeea Schneider's
Men's Calf Shoos I
If aot, ca3 aad as theaa. aad to coa
iacd that -ws beat aU coss.
m AXD PRICI.
' tea's Shoes caat bs beau
Ws are Leaders la
at lowest prloaa. AS w aak
Is a trial
'- vannar s.