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This vv ees wu uo wu u uuiun miu J3a iromiorc Dale.
a-- hll offer on flionnay m. m. anu
tM"":. hp) hlsnkats at
ffi-r on Monday a. m. and
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T No 'doubt about their being worth
.:mIXu.i185. $1.65. 11.94
i IS that we can not show again
J, pnreV named when present lot is
fl"klt.'r" while wool blanket, at all
Ti- ri'lrliraied wiicii mnt pure
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, wr a-id iilline oniv 3.
Our Urefowond Markets at 2.75;
.nort-r on-s sell ' ,htr PlaceB at 3-50-
P ... u II 11190. Btttl... .. rwt
, Pickwick at $3 00 la a great
let. i1'1 wool, wilh strength and
We cart the hall rolling on pure
wli'mnl dye ararlet blankets at $3 18
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': i ml 1 50. to.
Wc i.'imriii'1'M'lcvery mir of blanket
,,lT, n il in this 4l to be a positive bar
Tiki' 1""' rmm-e "i srauuirms. m-say me mcivinirv dim will increase the price of
,k,.r. -m n. iti1 "HI l Iw liiiber, that the lncive of tariff will sot effect the nmsumnr
' t,,,. ili- -lii-lnl- onlwool have been largfly Inrrmxeil. you further know that hlaukt-tti i
Jf -i Itiu yuur wii cum'IimIum. We simply suggest that delays are dangerou.
,tir rnl-e nf arcuuienta. On my the McK'nley bill will Increase the price of goods
in. i!i.! will mil he libber, that the lncive of tariff will not enwt th -..,. v....'
1713. 1714. 1716.
II txrn crentcd among the ladies since
the receipt of those elegtnt work and
temp bankets. They are of Indian man
tifiot'in', and as the product is very
limiiiij it is doubtful if we will have any
nv.-re this season. Call and m ike your
af .rtiiw or what you want may be gone.
1703 Second Avenue.
Copper-Smithing, Sheet Iron, Gas and
Steam Fitting, Also Sewer work.
BAKER & HOUSMAN,
Oppositb Habpsb Hobsi.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
IT. O. HOPPE.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Elrish Cough Syrupy
Acta quickly, is perfectly safe and
-Medicine knows for all Sidney, Lang and Stomach trouble, i
..! : Amur' lirlnnif
jjtle Samples free.
of bed comforts means nearly one huns
dred balesr "We place on sale 100 com
forts this week at 47c each. The mate
rial a'one is worth more; nothing for
A big lot at 72u; wouldn't be good for
12 00, but at f 1.00 you would think they
Our 83c comforts are great value, and
thoaeatflOO would look cheap any
where at $188. Fr.tr good Tallies at
I1.1S. 1.8 i and $167. Those at 1.67
being satiue on one side and fine quality
Turkey red cloth on the reverse aide.
We have several wonderful values at
175 and $2.00 which we shall be glad
to show agaoiBt any comixitiUou.
1718. 1720 and 1723 Hkconb A truck.
6 feel bamboo easels, 88c.
8x10 gilt frames, glas and mat, 30c.
8il0 white and gold frames, glass
and mat, 35c.
Decot-ated window shades complete
with spring fixtures, 35c.
Pure Irish Linen stationery per lb.
Wall paper at cost
1705 Second Ave.
for the Celebrated
HAS RECEIVED BIS
t innn a 1 -
Rook Island, III.
never fails to cure all Lung troubles.
10c, 25c and 50c Bottles.
nnrl I Itmr DIllo
Druggist, Bock Iiland.
TWO GREAT EVENTS
Hon. W.M.Sprinrer and Hon. C. S.
Darrow ComiDg i
ADDRESSES IN THE TWO CITIES.
The Foraner to Mpeak Here Oct. SO
Iattp la IHoliae next Meat,
ay HilSkit Tke People's -Welfare t
Arrangements nave been jm rfected for
two great evenu in which tho masses of
the people will be interested.
W. M. Springer, statesman and orator.
will address the oeonle at Turner hall nn
Thursday, Oct 30. on the issues of the
aay. and on Monday evenim.' Not. 8il.
Hon. C. 8. Darrow. of Chicago, the tal
ented and eloquent exponent of the peo
ple's rights, will speak in Mt Hoe.
Both these speakers will eipound the
tariff and other issues of vltt l concern to
the public in a forcible and comprehen
Underhand Work of thi Desperate
That la Kaewm t be Pit tar Mr. Vm
ble aa the Hennepin Caanl.
The banded few who are conducting
the campaign on behalf of W. H. Oest
for re-election to congress are as shown
by the secret circular ex posed by the
Argos on last Saturday nigbt, doing most
of their work undercover. They fear
the force with which the omtraditcion of
tbeir wilful and malicious falsehoods
would come. They, then (ore. resort to
sly tactics, and the charges they prefer
aeainst M'. Cable are Diade in such a
manner that they w II not get
o the friends of that gentle
man or the public. F r Instance the
"secret circle" has resolved upon a
scheme of systematic ly-.ng in quietly
circulating the report that Mr. Cable is
opposed to the Hennepin canal, the hope
which is father to such contemptible
pdlicy being that it will r.?acb. those from
whom the truth may be artfully con
cealed. Here are the e pressed wishes
of Mr Cable in a letter written in response
to a solicitation for such views, and they
show bow false are the impressions the
secret circle" would create and how
cowardly are the purpoat s of the Gest
Concerning the Benne.tn canal I bvg to
aaaare yon that I adToeate Ita building aa
heartily as you or aa any other eltlaea
deeply Interested In a national work of
eueh Importance. A waterway connect
ing tho Mlealaaippt and Mlaaonrl riven
with the Great Lakea, th 4. g-lTtng to west
ern products direct watercommnnlcatlon
with the East, enllata my heartly sympathy
and support, and I have no healtancy la
pledging my beat eudeaiore to accomplish
so desirable an end.
Hrlplnic Pnbtle Entrrpnora.
Tbere ia a decided cot trust between the
way Rock is. and has enccuraged a public
enterprise and the tactics employed by
Mollne and Davenport toward such an
enterprise. When the Holmes people
ere ready to put in el.-ctncity as a mo
tive power, and to invejt $350,000 ims
proving their service and benefitting the
public, the Rock Island council cheerfully
granted the necessary ordinances without
exacting any pay or oalty from the
Holmes syndicate. Whereas Davenport
and Mcline weighted their ordinances
down with oppressive and exacting provis
ions, and yet they were the two cities
that cUmored the most for faster means
of transit, Rock Island being content in
trustinic to Mr. H( lmi s, knowing that Lis
public spirit as manifested elsewhere
would give to Rock Inland a better mode
of traffic when practicable. And now
that the preliminaries are being carried
forward few com Uln j are heard in Rock
Island of the inconveniences likely to oc
cur from the raising of poles for the over-
bead wires, the property holders generally
being willing to suffer some inconvenience
for the public good. Rock Island wants
all the public improvements possibland
is ready to help get them, rather than to
antagonize them. This is the spirit man
ifested in St. Louis. Peorit, Des Moines,
Minneapolis. Indianapolis and other pro
gressive cities where electric railways are
The gifted Abbie Carringlon appears at
Bar pel's theatre tocigbt in grand opera,
presenting two acta from "Martha" and
the garden scene frcm "Faust." Follow
ing are opinions of Home of the great mu
sical artists of the world:
The brilliancy of execution: the per
fect intonation in r;citat on and cadence;
tho grace and evenness of action, is some
thing remarkable ir. an artist so young in
experience, and ber costuming Is a study
in richness and app ropriateneas. Col. F.
H. Mapleson, Manager Her Majesty's
"The unparalleled success which at
tended her performances throughout my
entire season of six months last jear, led
to her re-envagemi:nt by me long before
the season terminated." Max Strakoach.
"The most pert, ct r ndition I have
heard" ("Shadow Pong," from "Dinor
ah"). Theodore 1 homas.
"The coming otatorio singer of Amer
ica. "Dr. Damrosct.
She stands witiiout a rival In the field
of oratorio work." Maurice Strakoscb.
"Her voice is el tar, full and fresh, with
a wonderful compass and thrill that is
verily perfect." P. 8. Gilmore.
The Verne Swain came down as usual.
The Pilot came down and returned to
The Reindeer brought down seven
strings of lumber.
The stsge of the water at noon was
8:90; the temperature 60.
The Verne 6 wain. Belle Mac. West
Rambo and Tent roeck passed up. .
The Bam AUee and Stillwater each
brought down si tteen strings of logs.
The C. W. Cewles brought down six.
teen strinm of legs, and the Tenbroeck
and West Rambo eight each.
Tom Dunning and John Izard, the boy
burglars, were each held la the sum of
$250 by Magiatiate Wlvlll last night to
answer for their misdemeanor at the Jan
uary term of tb circuit court.
Win. Fieldinj: and W. . . Akers were
arrested this morning by Officer Sex ton
Henry Fishet , a boat band on the Verne
Swain, complains to the police of being
robbed of $17. K) in cash and a silver
watch at Clinton. Iowa. He thinks tba
bief is in Roc): Island. , ' "
The king of medicines Hood's Sam
parllla. It cot quers scrofula, wit rheum
and all other b ood diseases.
TRJB ROCK ISLANJi
I TOP A r U lD' in npnmmr I I UiSfn - ' " -- ' - - "
vu,u axu rcuriui. i UUOI All lilfi VlaUUtf.J aunusa. . . .
HawCieatMaenfleed U la Half tsrothrr
la he latereata of felltleal Policy
A Krpablleaa'a Indlcaatlea.
Rock Island, Oct. 20. Months before
Mr. Boatock was appointed to the office
of deputy revenue collector in this dis-
uiub, air. uesi promisea in nmce to nts
half brother by blood, John HCIeland.both
having the same mother. ' Mr. Oest then
knew his deserving hslf brother to be a
good citizen, a firm rennhliMn an1 aiMhi
ex-soldier, fully qualified to perform the
i oiuce, ana tnai a aemoctat,
George Henry, was ready to vacate. Mr.
deland prepared a petition that was
signed by lesding republicans and grand
aim j comraaes in mis locality recom
mending him for the office, and this peti
tion so signed was approved in writing by
Mr. Gest who requested Mr. Starr, of
Peoria, to make such appointment. This
petition came to Mr. Starr's hsnds and he
was very soon to make the appointment.
The day before the appointment was to
be msde a telegram from Mr. Oest to
hold on, checked his action. Something
had happened to delay this appointment.
On reaching Rock I-Und Mr. Starr
learned the reason of this telegraphic
Mr. Bostock and some of his friends
had persuaded Mr. Oest to change bis
mind. That the vote of laboring men
was in Mr. Bostock's keeping to go here
or there as Mr. Bostock should deride.
This was bulldozing pure and simple.
It bad the effect to cause Mr Gest to
vield to the pressure to believe that the
1 ibor vote could he secured to himself by
the appointment of Mr. Bostock to the
office of deputy revenue collector, and
Mr. Bostock was appointed to the office
by the request of Mr. Oest.
Mr. Gest may make believe he sacrifi
ced bis word and his honor only for the
good of the republican party, but repub
licans scorn the idea tbat the labor vote
is purcbasable.ortbatMr. Bostock cao de
liver the voles of laboring men by such
cunning tactics. The coming election
will tell. Office-holders aud scheming
politicians may think it a pstriotic im
pulse that impelled Mr. Oest to make this
chango. Nothing selfish about it! What
an example to young men to lera that
perfidy and treachery, and corruption
are taught as virtues when exhibited in a
member of congress who represents their
district! A Repoblicam.
Otl Knt made to many promift htttofort and
broktn them alt that A i not to tru,ttd again, tit
VJiU not bt.
Vote for Vinton for the legislature.
Vote for Wilson for the legislature.
The Abbie Carrington Company is at
Mr. Sm Hcagy, of Hampton, was In
the city today.
Abbie Carrington in grand opera at the
Mr. Geo. B Browner is reported some
what better today.
J. Q. Loiltie, of Viola, Henry county,
was in the city today.
Vote for Hinman ior state senator and
send a man there who wl',1 be- a credit to
In connection with their fair the ladies
of Su Joseph's church will hold a dinner
at Armory hall tomorrow frm 12 to 3.
It is a settled fact that C. D Gordon
will be the next sheriff of R.x-k ItUnd.
The only question now is as to the ma
jority. A nelson i Uilmark, dealers in books,
stationery ana wall paper at Moline.failrd
today. The liabilities are $3,000. which
re present i the assets.
Cbaa. A. Creutz. of Moline. will be
fleeted county clerk on Nov. 4 by a ma
jority that will be a pride to bis many
friends who are supporting bun so en
thusiastically. Browner could not Lave wished for a
better picnic th&n to beat Turn Camp
bell. The more the two men appear be
fore the people in contrast the more
friends Mr. Browner has.
St. Joseph's fair at Armory hall is well
attended nightly and the Various attrac
tions are highly appreciated. Among
the features is a fortune teller, and it will
be well for candidates of both parties to
have their fortunes unfolded by ber.
That Geo. B. Browner will be the next
treasurer of Keck Island countv does not
admit of doubt. His friends are jubilant
over bis prospects. Vote for him, and
be on the winning side.
Davenport has removed that $500 pen
alty on the Holmes electric system at last
on condition tbat the company expend by
itov. i, isui. tf-'U.iKK) in a building for
Its shops and offices tbere. The company
intended doing this anyway.
The Crown dining ball has just re
ceived a coat of beautiful light wail paper
making the establishment look very cheer
ful. This restaurant, under the manage
ment of Mr. Johnson, is becoming a very
Miss Mary Connellv. of this citv. and
Mr. P. Coan, of Davenport, were mar
ried at 5 p. m. today at St. Joseph's
church by Rev. Father Mackin. Mr.
Coan is steward for the Piute club at
Charley Marshall is gaining ground
every day in bis canvass for the county
superintenuency. Mis popularity through
out the county is making his republican
rival leel weary. '1 be sentiment of the
public at large is. tbat Sooth well has bad
the office ao long that he has become an
The ladies of the First M. E. church
will give a sociable and supper in the
new church, next Tuesday evening. The
entire church will be thrown open to tbe
public and an invitation is extended to
all to attend. It will be a happy "house
The Milwaukee Star of Oct. 19th con
tains an elaborate account of the annual
outing of the Tomahawk club of Mil
waukee in tbe vicinity of Floodwnod,
Mich. We note the non-attendance of tbe
genial and corpulent Capt. Tom Fuller.
To have had a meeting of the Tomahawk
club without any of the exploits of the
celebra'ed Fuller. such as pos'.ng
in a tree with a bear at the foot, must have
been very much like a presentation of
Hamlet with Hamlet omitted.
Ex-Aid. Matbias Schnell, whose record
a a councilman was always on the side
of public improvements and who was one
of the foremost in pushing the street
paving ordinances for Second avenue,
and who advocated extending this syste
matic and permanent means of street im
provement to other thoroughfares, has all
but promised Commissioner Jackson to
provide an ornament for the south trian
gle of Spencer square. Mr. Schnell is
tbe very man to make this donation, and
be will very likely do it in his own way.
Through hit attorneys. Messrs. Jack
son & Hurst, of this city, and C. W.
Dunham, of Geneaeo, Wilson J. Fleming,
of Chicago, today Bled in the circuit
court, returnable to the January term, a
bill to contest the will of his father, the
late Dr. Wilson Fleming, of Port Byron
Tbe will left tbe bulk of a $40,000 estate
to bis aeoend wife and but sixty acres of
land, valued at S5.UUU, to his only son,
and of a former wife. The ground of tbe
contest is want of testamentaiy capacity
and tbe submission to undue lonuence
in making the will.
Ktp tttadllw tn mm tAt Ott Mars' te inrrtam
$50,000 to loan on real estate security,
in sums of $900 and upward, at lowest
current rates of interest, without com
mission. E. W. Hunt. Attorney at
law. Hoc island.
Note. Be auspicious of persona who
recommend any other article aa "just aa
good and take nothing else but Dr.
Btill'i Cough Myrup.
AVed asfl Uliftt aay prtmtttu 1Xat (War Ait
jn0n)m$ MsSaaV) 1 .' - - ,
ARQUB, "WEDNESDA Y. OCTOI,ttR 22.
His Whole Work in the Matter an
Try lac Hla Beat to Aecoannaedate
!? Me Leevra the reepie to
athtrt for Themselves.
Tbe Union says it was through the ef
forts of Mr. Oest tbat we got the viaduct.
The Union knows and Mr. Oest knows
and the people know that such is not the
fact. It was in spite of M. Oest that the
viaduct was secured. If Mr. Oest had
been given tbe matter in charge tbe peo
people of this city and surrounding coon-
try, or whoever wished to be benefitted
by the viaduct,' would never have had
the matter attended to.
Mr. Oest not only kept the bridee
closed against the people for tbe benefit
of his friend. Captain Robinson, bnt he
also did what he could to prevent the
construction of the viaduct. He had an
extra clause tacked to the bill which re
quired the consent of the propertr own
ers along tbe proposed route, which clause
Virtually made tbe till of no effect It
was not the wish of Captain Robinson
that it should be built. Tbe
wish of Captain Robinson governed
the actions of Mr. Gest. What
ever Captain Robinson told Mr. Gest to
do he did it. Capt Robinson owned
property along where the viaduct was to
be built. Whether he bought tbe proper-
there to be used as an obstruction
it is not neoessarv here to att. An v.
ay he had it. This objectionable sec
tion of tbe bill was tbat property owners
ilong the line should sign a release of all
prospective damages that might accrue
through the building of such a work. It
was not to be expected that they would
do such a thing. It was known lhat
Captain Robinson would never listen to
such a proposition. If his wUbes were
consulted he would not have the viaduct
built, whether be was reimbursed for
damages or not. It is an open secret
that he threw everything In tbe way of
Its construction. He was tbe active
plrit at this end of tbe line; Mr. Oest was
the si ent spirit at the other in Wash
ington. When tbe captain wished any
thing done be nodded to Oest. Gest
nodded back tbat he understood the
scheme. They worked in perfect har
mony. Everybody talked about the want
of such a safeguard Everybody saw tbe
danger to lifo and property in ths vicin
ity of the tracks. Everybody wanted
metbing done in tbe matter. Tbere
was no use in appealing to Oest unless
the consent of bis manager.Captain Rob
inson, vu obtained. Before Mr. Gest
went to Washington the last time, Mr.
Fred H9s implored him to do something
in tbe matter. He promised, and woald
hsve given a daily promise
ever frioce for that matter. Did he do it?
Not he. He never intended to. Mr.
Has saw him again in Washington and
there impressed upon him the necessity
for prompt snd Intelligent faction. He
wriggled nod hesitated and spoke of
difficulties aoi mad j the usual number of
excuses but did nothing. Captain Rob
inson had and has a fer y company. The
building of a viaduct would do it an In
jury. Tbe people might be killed ou tbe
railroad tracks for want of protection.
but tbe pro fit of the fery mutt not be
Is it possible to point to anything
Gest has ever touched in the way of legis
lation in which be has not blundered?
To blundering he has added partisan
ship of the worst character. To serre
his ends be would sell the people's in
This is one pbae of tbe viaduct.
Others may follow. Let it suffice here to
say again tbat if tbe energy, gojd will
and general services of Mr. Gest had
been depended upon in the muter the
work would have never been accom
plished. The only constituent Mr. Gest
has is to be found in tbe person of Cap
THE SAME OLD STORY.
The Fate of a Traveler Who Blew
Out the Ga.
He It-tlrea la Mlisofal Iraeraarc aad
Awakeaola Ecrro.lt--Jaeeh lalelm.
rr'aVrath at the M. Jaaars. Uavea
port. There came up on tbe C. B. Q.
- f -
from St. Louis at 7:13 hut evening. Jacob
Kleiner, a voting man twentv-flve mn
of age, who boarded Conductor Cook's
train at L Louis and who on the arrival
of tbe train here immediately crossed tbe
river on the ferry to Davenport. He
went at once to the St. James hotel where
he registered aa Jacob Kleiner. Highland.
111. Tbe town bv tbe wav. ia a few mlla
east of St. Louis on the Vandalia line.
Kleiner told the nigbt clerk that be was
ca his way to Monlicello. Iowa, aud left
a call lor the 4 35 train. At 4 o'tl irk tbe
cb-tk sent a bell bov to tbe door of Klein
er's room to awaken blm. Not succeed
ing afti r a vigorous tff.trt. the clerk went
up and breaking open tbe transom be was
confronted by something leas than 1 it (Kill
cubic feet of caa from Eleloer's room.
Tbe door was furo-d open at once and
Kleiner was In bed. dead. A physician
was summoned and gave it as his opinion
that Kleiner bad been dead three honra
Tbe gas burner was turned on for full
name, it had been blown out there was
no doubt Kleiner appeared to be a
working man and bad little money or
valuables about him.
Tba coroner la holding aa inquest and
the story of tbe tragedy has been corns
municated by telegraph to Highland,
Thto la Haw th Hew TarlST lnereaea
o far of the VAoratasoai.
Tbe following dispatch to tbe Chicago
Herald explains itself:
IbdiaXapolis. Oct. CO. The cappers
at ruik a canning xactory went ent on a
strike today against a reduction of
wages. Tbe cappers have been receiv
ing 11 cents per 100 cans, aod on Satur
day tbe rata was reduced to 8 rnt.
Polk gave an a reason for the reduction
tbat the Mc&lniev bill bad advanced tbe
price of cans, and tbat be could not af
ford to pay the old wafea. Tho own
complain of many abuses at tbe factory.
ana any uat tba rodoctloa would not
permit them to ears mors than f S per
These are lbs blessings that tb repub
lic" campaign i pouters are giving to tho
people- Will Mr. Oest explain why
voted for such a bill? -
Oysters at Krell A Math's.
Go to Holbrook's, Davenport, for car
pets and silk curtains.
Boarders wanted at 80S Nineteenth
street. Mrs. B. SUnton.
First-claas tailors wanted; union or
non-union by P. C. Hoppe.
Send VOUr frlenda tn fr.ll JS r..'.
- 1 W U.U1
ut a uibu or can oi irein oysters.
Call and see the band-carved bed room
suites st uolbrook s. Davenport.
For Sale A good family horse and
phaeton. Enquire at Allocs office.
Parlor suites and fur. r
ucauiuuu at notoroos s, uavenport.
Ice cream always on hand and served
by tbe dish all winter at Krell fc Math's.
A h ft nil an m a 1Irsa f KaaV -
aassw va wua f-BVCS ,11
cabinets fust received at Holbrook's, Dav.
An elegant aaanrtmpnt nf dlnliii. .Kl.
chairs and hit racks at Holbrook's, Dav
enport. When VOU want a nlc Hl.K nt
oysters step in to Krell & Math's and or
der them np In any style.
Bear in mind we do not mitt tn.binfv
cream when cold weather sets In. and you
-u kci n any quantity in tbe coldest
weather. Remember Krell St Math's and
get the best.
The Crown dlninir hall Vn ITiMtt..
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish you
the best meal In the city for 85 cents. A.
B. Johnson, proprietor.
Physicians Ar6 Dot fiiveB tn rsVfme.
mending specialties to th Ir patients, but
of Salvation Oil they have made an ex
ception. Price 25 cents.
A man of a flighty disposition ' should
never be made tbe cashier of a bank.
Ihe Way Mads Clear.
rkn. ..f w . , . .
. J oosiaciee to aaccens
of tbe toad lo health. Uoar to ret tor. and u
maintain a regular habit of bodr and d re.tlmi
M Inn nft.n . ..... , ' . ..
m ; --.vo nrcuicw im, aanapuiir.
of vain Inquiry, it la not necesearr to Itiv.lh
against draatie nnrMirea. Ttarr who have used
Ihera oontlooon.lr know the conaeqaenre. A
medicine for the bowels with lhat of a tonic boto
ii . "b- . "Tr ana ine aiomero. la
Hoatetter's bloom h Bitters, sanctioned by the
endorsement of oar fellow eoentrymen. With
..... " uiuukd Krnue i.iaur. at hand. H la
MM, kl. tnA.1. . I 1 a
-uanarira oi tewperatare
productive of constipation aa well as coast tu
tinnal attack, of tillioaner5. which beset erea
people nstnrally healthy. Malaria, dr.pep.ia.
and prevented hj tbe bitter.
J. K. VoarmofS,
oxt nianr oult.
WEDNESDAY, OCT., 22nd.
Grand Opera, with a company of dl'tltie
ui.hrd artists headed by Americas
most renowned l'rima Imudjk,
Miss Ale Came an
in a brand Doable Bill coa.leiinc; of two
At 4 the entire "G.r4-n Scene' from GodoJ
1 in mortal
th. Kr-at ,nfeu. " r
Pk.rt. .u. --. - . .... .
----- . . -. w. nr-errert rests oa
ale at Harper House dtutftore Tnrd.y mora
Miss J. H. BANCROFT.
Will give a
on the above .object, at
n.vrvp.ioT cvt.- r 11 ,
u.-ii. , ...sonic ismpie,
Thursday, Utuiri. at 4 (In
2f K ,!jI-AD-Cbrl.tlan Ooe'. corner of
umiiui airerl. mday, Oct.
iH. at 4 p. in.
MOLISK-Masolilc Temple. Satarday.Oct ii. at
Ladle intere-ited -are cordially U-ite4.
Tt.ls Lev t iiret la lnirudoclurT lo n
Six Weeks Course
Is PhvaUl f-nlte .1 - a . -
tbe lecture. M. Bftucruft will tire lUuturati- ne
ttt f hs awnrtr la. or.n. 1 ...
cumbmlng wotk frca
LING. DELSARTE. SARGENT
and JENNESS MILLER.
and almtmr to 'nerfM-t th r,h..i.,.. i k i.k
aireus-th, grace aud r. rri.fr, Te grin null..
must ana wunuui apparatus.
per rent red action for the next SO dsn
on Baggies and Spring Ws. uus.
No. 110. M1J aad 1614. Third Ara
Is the cheapest place In the coonty to hay Car
rtagee, Buiortea, Paints, Oil, etc.
Ton RdwIm .
open auiteies.. ..;;;;.""."."".;".";;;".. 5
HORST VON KCECKRITZ,Ptarmac-l
Pnaacaii-Tion a SmctaLvr.
Fourth Ave. and Twenty-Third St
ta atraa or
1200.00 and Upward
For sale, secured oa land worth from
three to five times the a mount
of the loan.
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K. W. HUE8T.
Attorjtkt at Law
BoaaM I aad atasoalc Taaipia.
HOCK ISLAND. ILL,
Lloyd ri Stovart.
NfflKU fiVBcDNTmE BROS.
BckBeadaebeand relievsan tbatmablss fnef
dent to a bllloaa atste of tho sysum. soob ao
miiimi. K.nsra, Pins.lnsss. run as. aftse
ostlae;. tain la the Bide. to. While their raoaS
BeaAaehs, yet OsrWs Little TJvor m era
equally yaloaMe in Conatlpatioa. enrtns; aad pro.
vwi tins this aaneylna complatat. while tlwy also)
eunect alldlaorderaotlhoetocaacajstigm hue too
hear and raguiataUMbcrwaai. ZseaUthef only
:adittiey troold beahnuet ui luaVa.tofhoatwfie
alair from thia dutranln coaplaina: bat forro
Sstaly theirs; Mdnes. dona notend hersMd those
vhoonostry them will Sad these little puis sals.
OblelnBOmsxiTSraTmthaltlwrv will n. k. i
fb tbe baas of sonaoy Byes that beroaiwnara
1 Wetzmk. onr rrest boast. Oar puis cure tt while
'others do not.
I Csrtefs Little User Pnia arsvary small and
very easy to take. One or two ptlla makes dose.
They ars strictly aetabkaod do not (Tips or
rie. bnt by their gentle action please all who
tusUism. lavtslsataSoaota: SrsfortL Boat
by drogylsts onrynliora, or ssat by auuL
CARTER aSEtfitat f ai v4
SUaUPLLL SHALL DOSE. SkULLPRIC.
"v a. . - s a
ASK TOUR GROCER FOR THEfcC
1ieapet aad het p. ace la Ihe paper for
-Weals." -Lost." -as" ard -heut " aoores.
Only one-half cent a a or 1. (fenimlt roads this
culuaia. Try tl .
A'X Secor.i svei.se. j. U'. JoNE
LtT A LARoK BLAi'1 NF. WK'JL NbLAND
Do?: a-clirhs shout UI poonl-; while ua
hrest. front feet snd U I; reaard lo tader. No
Sul sixth aieaae.
SKOOMr-HANO FlKMTL RK. hoasht. 1J
or etcbanred. More loaned or hraln.
atored at NMiihcasl cornet Terry abd Third a.-.
FOR bALS VALVAbLK fATENT TaT
proTrmrnl or Elevators. Now ta otieratioa at
ila, Ihalahlt.. U' ... u. k. tl .1. . - n . . ,
" - - j ii.wiiiuh 7., rnu.il.
Pa; areeenrcs life and limh; for full ptmcalara
apwr to k'Br J. ALKEK. rlesaaur.
FiH SaLK CBSAP-tul BLK II l"SE AND
vaunt lot. Jciiearr team aad w.goa. atoes,
hoocae. wsrdroue. ert-rtsry. psnur set, iianu.
Wiat-not. oil tank, etc J.d.a Edaarus. E.
Sixth street. Lsr. n;iort. Iowa. 11 w
WANTED M ITABLE rARTT 7V LEtHN
our huaine. and travel for a.: tierataa ar
Anerlcsr ; tea1y p.itiua; etui artemooa r
eesiBK ' Conioieixlal fccUl.
WANTED-An actlrs Travelir ale.Biaa to
s-rll a Srueral Hae of our MerrbSill tM
mercha itaot.ly. Uoo-t wa.n and exsei.se ,id.
t noersaie tfn. jj -11.T waLltt. tt ,chlca.
ANTED A rLACE IS A
ramiiy ty a man and hi. mitt;
the Bkaa t
th -roucMy erqualntsd with the dalles Incidental
m. ibs caie 01 norsre. ana tie shi la a aue-
ueteat aoase ksener. Best refereucee f.r.a.
Address -A" Aaut s otare.
WANTED. A LADT TO MANAOI A
Branch onV. at herowa home, lor the Fa-
asosa retnaiepeclBC fjtuft Lilt : a si.leadid
opportBalty; addn-s. with Maaip, Tbe bt.Cooo-
ry sieaicai irsriuite. SuaiA Dead lad.
SALESMEN WANTED To PELL NLhxEKT
Moca. BUnauuo tarraaaeal. W ...
fenses, or coaaailortuo frua start. No expert
- - mini iree. w rile f.a tersM.
etaiiaesre II . E. UOkkR c . Nuarr.sMav.
WAKTED-OENERAL STATE AUK .IT To
opaa heodoaarvrrs la net anaciuel su.
ae-usje slrjusi.c coctrol ef oar kastnoss sad au
point local and .uk-a. nts In every cilf is the
stste; s-oodawell kaowa. staula as Soar Is ski.
eereal demand, aad nay a act r-ndlt of So ta tun
per real Address TBE UNION' COMPANY.
LrMBKR-LCMBtR YARD Wok HEN or
all crades. caa secure steady es-.woyateet la
the laatber yard, of C.kraro at fruaa tl to to
' "'JfSVta' ePPlkaUoa la peraoa lo E. K.
HUOfER. asrmary o the tViearo La.bet
1 a-d Dealere Aawlatlna. nasa SIS tt.aa.oee of
Ooainii rn . 8. E. coraer Laasjie aod asaanrtoa
J. BElaLIISI FV.
ATTOBJIIT AT LAW-OfBee with J. T Era
warthy. ITS. Socood Aeeaao.
JaIXSOX a- HI RST.
ATTORHITS AT LAW. tifflco la Bark laanaS
K&,L1 L. b . . . 1 .. . . . ...
puiwias, iwaa iskaaa, Ii'
a. a. innn,
o. a. stun.
SWEEXET A WALKER.
ATTORN! Y8 AND CXlCM EUlRS AT LAW
OaVce la lea-aoa-s lluea. KncA laiaad. lu.
XfcEMRT A MrE5tRr.
ATTORN IT'S AT LAW-Loaa taoaey or toad
eecanty.aaasecolierti.aka. Mefsrewr. M ilea
eu at Lywde. baaaera. t reW la Po-taaVo asoca
THE II11LV ARi.r
FOR KALE IVCHT EVIMNO at Oaatpton t
laewentaad. flrttfau swn.
DR-S. RCTUERPURD A Bl'TLER,
JRADl ATEOf THE ONTARIO TETEKNA-
OaVe Tladsll s Livery stshle; keatdease : Uest
- ....'I. .waraea aaaare.
Teaches Heel novate a
trad, siel tara starts
then, la ralifwaa errve.
aead fW rtrraisr.
IS-IS Jaaanitxa. Wax
To sn oar roods bt eaaas as arbiili aal. aad re
tail trade. We are lbs iairest aaaaef actarera H
oarliae. Uberal aaiary traidk PeraMaeot noet
oa. atoaey advanced for wares, advertisier
etc r or reeaa. adreee
CXaiXailAi. UTQ. CO . Cblcaco, Tx
ToentWsf..alsM. AtMCtfTAaLE POEa
COKbCT. It m Oksra by Lodlee aruhUeT ceakfeet
a owee aaraa. rev aaraealan asdfswa
EUOLN CORSET CO.,
atrma Svatnrr. BXeUI. ILL.
WM. 0. IULP, D. Di S.
OmCK REMOVED TO
Tabs Barvalax. DA YIN PORT, LA.
J. IL GASPAUD,
Uarnrr Bnaia. DaeoasMrt. leva, CaB Sar
Ofoonrsewecaneirebnt a hint of
the desirable fabrics. We caU your at
tention to only a few.
SILK FINISH HENRIETTAS. 48
In. wide, all wool, blacks and colors.
75c a yd, 6 to 7 yds. for a pattern
Figure th cost and note what a small
nm is required for a handsome dress.
EXCELSIOR WOOL STRIPES.
38 In. 22 cts a yd.
TYRONE SUITINGS. 52 In. 35c
yard. There's a price forjyon.
Mohair plaids, 42 in. 55o a yd. fine
McINTIRE BROS,, '
Hock Island. Illinois.
Have the largest establish
IONT KOHGET THE PLACE.
CLEKIANN & SALZClANfJ,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Noa. 121, 12r and 123 Sixteenth 8tm,t,
i!.cuaroaArao raoaa tbb tsb statb law.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, TT.Tft
Open aalie Cro a. as lo p. aa, aa4 SolarSar eoeniacs from t lo SotJoca.
Five per cent Interest paid oa Deposits. Money loaned oa PvTVoaaLlCoL.
lateral, or Real Estate Security
t.r. fc(TSOLrM.IW t C. OENKaANS, We Free. $. M. BCPOKQ, Caoklor.
r.UW trfc,0 1 r aVrv-Joa. F C Det.ka.aaa JAa Oeeanr. C. r. LraAe.
J. J. aU-UBr-ra, L. Htaa.. B W. Herat. J. M. karera.
Ja-aa a Ucaer, SWulciieea.
a.VTU'-Lt;r".aa'' i-C n iu atiuaaa A la.
A general advance In the prices of VELVETS, RIBBONS
and OSTRICH FEATHERS will undoubtedly occur on
account ol the change In duty; we have aa yet made no ad
vance. Our present stock was secure 1 on the most advan
tageous temu and Is marked at very low prices. Wesuc
gest the expediency of making your purchases
The great variety, the large numbers of aew styles, aad the general
excellence of onr assortment cannot fail to prove Interesting
MRS. P. GREEHAWALT
1704 SECOND AVENUE,
Narrow Escape from Fire !
OIL CLOTHS, SHADES, DRAPERY, Etc.
PRICES IN PLAIN FIGURES.
KANN & HUCKSTAEDT,
No. 1311 aad 11S SrcoeJ aveano.
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
Ho. M0 Fifta avesas. ROCK lKIl!m
BaV-Xew sua. a ateca. ls. Wet at tae
riretCraiatac aai faior aaf.aa'.
P. O Boa CTS.
Mikes Shoes look new. Softens
Leather. We recommend it
GEO. SCHNEIDEB, Jr.,
n PtfUA venue, lllg eaeeai Amae.
r BcTaekTs Block. rv?r Conns Bee.
Double fold aaaaeU B5e a yd
Dress flannela, 52 ta- 49e a yd.
Plaids and stripes, aU wool 49e
yd. and up.
New robos in late combinations.
Worsted stripes 29e a yd.
Cashmeres, all wool 4S in. 50e a yd
Robes, bordered, few left at $1-5
Trimmings la latest styles Jest
We will be pleased tothave yoa ta-
I spoct our large stock.
mmt West of Chicago.
Woe aetcoa. A gas, of aaieaaafe aotteavoi.
a. Sat. tJas aaat Set SJaa.
HaTe you seen Schneider
Men's Calf Shoos I
aoi. can aad ate laeas, and tM
viacod Lhat are boat aU
PTT AXD PRICX. i ' .'
Oor Kra's Sboee east be beau
We are Istaders la
LADIES' SHOES, '.I
M Uwot prices. XBweaak
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