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Tinware And Housrc
112 SECOND AVENUE.
lh hern crested among the lad its since
the receipt of those eleftint work tod
jorap baskets. They are of Indian man
ufacture, and as the product is very
limited it Is doubtful if we will have any
m re this season. Call and mike your
clirticins or what you want may be gunc.
1703 Second Avenue.
A. J. SMITH & SON,
K7!r"'ir i -
Fi". "oris l now replete wild Non-It ie. Call and compare our at k aud prices.
A. J. SMITH Sc SON,
1.'3 and 127 West Third Street. Opp. Masonic Temple, DAVENPORT
WALL PAPER COMPANY-
31:2, 31-1 Twentieth tM..
And Postoflie Block, Moline. ROCK ISLAND.
FINE WALL PAPER Klare ent. for the fullnwitur ir lrf Wall Paper
Fartortea: Htur -on. Jn.-aT A -To.. Kotwrt s. Ilobtw t oo., Nevim llaviiantl, Nea
r nil PipfrOi.. am) H"hert Oraree Co.
SKK iiVh SHKOIAlA Vtoich Include all the Art papers. I"riee from 10 lo SO per cent
below other dealer.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
KOHN & ABLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
F. C. HOPPE,
h -Oil . ii I.vHevv
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
-Irish Cough Syrup-
AcUquickly. is perfectly safe and sever fails to cure all Lung trouble.
TRY IT. ' 10c, 25c and 50c Bottle
4ieiaa kaowa for all Kidaey, Ua( aad SMsack traaates. fa
r Thorms Kidney
8c a BotUe Sam fw.
HOCK ISLAND, ILL.
5 feel bamboo easels, 88c.
8il0 gilt frames, glass and mat, 30c.
8x10 white and gold frames, Ktaas
and mat, 35c.
Decorated window shades complete
wilh spring fixtures, 35c.
Pure Irish Linen stationery per lb.
Wall paper at cost
KINGSBURY & SON
1705 Second Ave.
HAS KKt'KIVKD UI
352 Full rSuilirijjs.
No 180S Second avenue.
Rook Island. III.
and Liver Pills.
DniggiBt, Bock Island.
GEST AND THE VlAliUCT
Further Evidence of His Contempt
Working asaiBHt in Proplr'n ft Ex.
reasrd Wih la Order t Help a Par
ilralar Frlrnd-t beat in Ike Prple
taKrrve Hta Owa Eat.
The viaduct "was aecurtd through bis
persist, nt effort", - says tht- TTnhm. refer
ring to Mr. Oest. That is a barefaced
lie and the Union knows it. Iastead of
it being secured through his persistent
efforts it was accomplishes! against his
wishes and determination until driven to
do eouiettiiog by the people here, chief
among whom was Mr. Prtd Haas.
Let the peo li understand this matter.
Iu March. 1889 conjrees passed a Uw
granting ?35.0) for luisViaduet. There
were objections to it. the principal one
of which was thit this money woul 1 not
be available unless the hoiders of prop
erty abutting on the viadjet would re
lease all damages that might occur to
them by the construction and mainlen
nnce of the viaduct. That viituallj
killed- the whole matter, because the
property holders for various reasons,
some of which were stated in yesterdaj's
Arous, would not sign tny release for
such a purpose. It was then that Mr.
Oest was appealed to. Mr. Ilass went
to Washington and thoroughly explained
the whole matter to him. Mating that the
property holders would not sign such a
release. Gest assumed a grandiose man
ner and said that su'ely the people here
could induce the property holders to do
so, and that if they did not do so the
matter must be dropped as congress
would not do otherwise than as it had
done. It was shown that such being the
case the act as passed was practically
worthless. Gest knew that if the people
generally who owned property abutting
on the viaduct would sjgi a release that
there was one who would not,
under any circumstaDras, and that
was his friend. Captain Robinson.
Mr. Gest was, however, prevailed upon
to introduce a bill, but this bill merely
struck out the clause of the act relating
to the payment by the city of Rock Isl
and into the Uuited S -tes treasury of
blf the amount thirty five thousand
do 1 trs provided for tlr; construction of
the work. To this section of the law
there was no serious objection, because
the money could have bt-en secured, but
the very section that 'as fatal to tl e
whole matter was aHin incorporated in
the bill cf Mr. Ge$t. The very thing the
people here wanted set aside Mr. Gest
took pains that it shot Id not be. Ei
asperting as this was the friends of the
meas-ure did not lose hope. Mr. Haas
went again to Washington. There was
do use trying to do anything further with
(Jest. It was too apt' rem that he was
owted by Captain Robinson and that
when the latter took snuff Mr. Gest
incezed. Besides, all tbis time Gest was
complaining ttm be could do nothing
anyway. The speaker of the house
ould pyno attettion to him be
couldn't catch bis eye, nd the fact was
that the speaker couldn't his seDse. How
ever. Senator Cullom was seen and in
terested in the matter. That gentleman
laid the matter before Semtor Allison
and it was arranged th it a bill should be
introduced into both bouses striking out
the objectionable matvr. That seemed
altogether sitisfactorj . Yet nothing
was done. Mr. Hss time home. Time
passed and yet no Ml! in either house
w8 introduced. Grst was asleep a;ain
or waiiiog for orders frnm Captain Rob-
ioson. Enquiries wer: made from other
members of congress as to what
step? had been taken regarding
the proposed measure. It was
then learned that nntl ing whatever had
been done. Gest hac put the matter
aside, just as he IndUmanily shoved the
bill in his pocket wLen he was told that
he was expected to do something in the
way of relief. Letten were sent from
this city letters, loo, from leading re
publicans urging up.n bim the necessity
of doing something r:::lit away by having
the bill with the objectionable features in
it repealed, and a more satisfactory one
take its place, according to the new draft
which was made b.fore Mr. Haas left
Washington. With all this pressure
brought to bear upon bim preftture from
people interett-d irretpecttve of party
pressure from influet Hn republicans a
well as democrats S! r. Gest introduced
a bill in the house ufter a similar one had
been passed in the aerate and it finally be
came a law.
Such were the "persistent efloru"' made
by Mr. Gest persistt nt efforts to play
into the hands of Captain Robinson and
permit the appeals of the people to go
uoneetud. it uest t ad bsd bis way no
hill would have been introduced for the
relief of the people, itnd no one knows
tbis better than Mr. Gest and bis mis
representing mouthpiece, the UnUn.
Prack Weygand a yardman in the up
per Rock Island yarr a, while engaged in
coupling a train last night, had a wonder
ful escape from a Urribie death. He
went in between twe can to do some on-.
coupling when he stepped into a hole
that had been dug o it by some track re
pairers. rinding tbat be was going
down he grasped lb brake beam of the
car and was dragged under the car
twenty feet. His Imct and rigbl leg
were badiy bruised tin J he waa generally
sbaken up, but no", seriously injured.
Dr. Plummer attenr'ed him.
A boy wb.ee ang a baby boggy
across Market Skjua'-e on Second avenue
this afternoon wbei he collided with a
delivery wagon. The child was thrown
nut. but htppily was net hurt. The boy
creamed witb frigt.t rrore than the child
able liBd Crar.
The fact that M . Cable ia a rich man
is nothing against bim. A man must be
poor to be collector of Moline. but not to
be a cougreasman and go to Washington
The question is bich would reprraeni
this part of the country best, and which
would do us the m-iat good. Mr. Cable
and bis family hate dooe more for Rock
Island now than ai yone else. Mr. C
ble waa to do more this year but stopped
that be might not appear to be buying
votes or influencing anyone out of grati
Tbcatory about Mr. Cable being too
proud to bt called Ben by some working
man is absurd, ami too small a thing to
notice, but the efftet can be cancelled, if
suca things have s ay effect, by the story
of how be found t. poor boy in bis yard
stealing appSes. at d instead of turning
him out, loaded hi sa down wits ail he
could eat and csxrr and told bim to come
back when be wan d more. This is true.
for the boy is now mas, and is working
here In one of oar factories. He is also
working hard fee Ben Cable, HoliaH
Btfmilicm. - - ' i ,.-. - -
THE ROCK ISLAND
WHAT PIOUS FRAUDS!
Iepufolicaiii Cry tliat Dernocrats Were
DelDauclunjr tlie Voters.
I . . I f ' J a J.
rac-smne uraers tor Beer of
the Republican Congressional Committee These fre
the Strongest Tell-Tal 8 Evidence.
The republicans findine that the eWilon
decency, have now recourse to all manner
practices, i Dey pave concocted stories to the effect that the voters were being de
bauched by drink ordered by the democrata, and pointing to their own immaculate
way., wmie an me wnue tne most damnaole, lying circulars were prepared and sent
throughout the country, and peddled by a young man tbey had themselves already
denounced as having a savory reputation, and as an unworthy being in every way.
Tiey used this fellow because they could buy him. and he did the dirty work for a
few nieces of silver.
Wnile denouncing the Use of beer Haas
and having these orders filled, and the beer
order was aiven to Geo Perry. Perry is a
vcin, me inter a gentleman who la ever to be found within the drippings of the
sanctuary a disciple and co laborer of tbat christian man, John Wanamaker. It is
hard to understand by some how thia local director of spiritual ways could coun
tensnce such extra labors on the pirtof ooeof his employes. But read the order.
It must be understood that these are exact copies of Htas' orders written upon
his own ca d. a copy of the card being given herewith.
oters, what think you of such bvpocrisv. trickerv and wamtalntia mnrii ? Ti..u
men would lose their eternal souls tbat their
(hiss' fRorcasionAi. ciap.)
(ORTIFB FOR BEER OH
An. I 0
3IORE DIRTV WORK.
('oaflirtiac Mrartett rirrw'aled by the
Merrel'irrlr,'tMalt the- Ideality
-W hj 'ahir in l-'rarrd now.
More of the campaign dirty work of
Gest, Haas et al has been unearthed. The
fathers of that malicious and rowardly
secret circular are now parsing around the
assertion in the vicinity of Milan tbat the
first operation of construction on the
Hennepin canal are to be made at Dixon
and that this is due to the influence of
Messrs. B T. Cable and C. II Dcere.and
tbat if Cable is elected be wi 1 work wilh
Moline to have the route of the canal
changed from R.K-k river to Wntertown
and thus pl ;ase Moline.
At the Moline end -he report i being
circulated that G:t worked for the Wat-
ertown route and if he is elected will
work harder than ever to have the mouth
of tbecanal-up near the Mercdoia. What
next? But tbis all goes to show to wbat
state of desperation the Gest managers
have been precipitated by the popularity
wilh which Mr. Cable's candidacy has
swept the d strict. The double dealing
manifcs'ed in this county is carried on in
every county in the district. The misre
presentations are matte to suit the local
ity. In one neighborhood Mr. Cable is
made t appear as a man vf great inflj
enre, which he lias il ready manifested on
behalf of tde canal route, la another he
will kill the canal if tinted, etc., but in
all parts of the district wh re the republi
cans are doing their dirty work on the
tjuiet. they acknowledge that Cable's go
ing to congress will put a man there from J
the Eleventh district who will 1 j some- !
tn.nr- Tl.al ie srl.aat tku Tl. I
"""h' " tJ co, urJ
know that once elected be will represent 1
tbe district in such a capable, and mSu-
ential, and sa!issactory manner that there
will be no show of G?st and his crowd
ever getting into power again.
it will not Down.
The kelelaa la feent'a Iolitlral
f'lawef The Blahap Hill Caae Asata
Helac laqalre lata Aa laapartaat
Just now one of the most difficult
things the Gest managers are laboring to
smother up is the republication of the
facts in the Bishop bill colony case in
which Gest played so questionable a part
many years ago. Tbe republicans have
repeatedly endeavored to rxp'ain the con
duct of their candidate in this matter,
and failing in this have endeavored to
smother it, but like l tie ghost that
Shakespeare writes of. it will not down.
It U the skeleton in Gesi'a polillral closet
and is forever cropping out at tbe most
inopportune tim greatly to the chagrin
of Mr. Gest and the banded few who are
the supporters and advocates of bis can
didacy. The circumstances of how Gett
as special master in chancery
took advantage of the Pwedirh
people of the Bishop Hill colony in a con
troversy, which gave Mr. Gest his ap
pointment as special master, and extort
ed money from them, are well
known, and tbe more they are diwusaed
tbe more indignant becomes the feeling
Tbis, too, is aggravated by a deci-ion
in the 121st supreme court reports hold
ing that the case in which Gst figured
so prominently in 1S6S, is one wholly in
the interests of the master in chancery, a
position Gest then occupied.
Tne Mary Mortoe passed np.
Tbe stage of the water was 420 at
noon; tbe temperature M.
The Kit Carson brought down sixteen
strings of lumber.
The LeCSaire Belle casae down with
sixteen strings of logs, and the J. 8. Kea
tor with six strings.
The Verne Cwaia aad West Raaabo
came down, and the Verne Swain. Julia,
Satellite, West Ram bo aad C. W. Cowles
ARGUS, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 23. 1X90
Jos- L. Hias, Chairman of
nffi,i (V) M M not Ka uvnmr.li.kttil K.
of lying aa well as the most disreputable
was ni!lnir on I nritora in th K,
distributed hv triintv henchmen Th.
mail carrier in the employ of Postmaster
ends might be gained.
THE First NT,c,t. eNK.
i aveno .e str
ROCK ISLAND, ILL
Mr J X. Walker, of Hillsdale, was in
the ei'y toda
Wanted A gv-d girl; Mrs. H. J Low
rey. corner of Seventh avenue and Twen
A "Festival of the Dys." Oct. 3 and
31. at the Twenty-ninth street chapel.
Admission It cents.
Adams, the credit man, is showing a
beautifal line of fall patterns in carpets.
Call and see him, 222 Brady street, Dav
enport Vote for John a . Wilson for the legis
lature. He represents the interests of tbe
people and bis candidacy is not tbe re
mit of political jjgglery and manipula
tion. A doe belonging to a man name 1 Xe!
son living at tbe corner of Thirteenth
street anil Fifth avenue, bit a boy. Tbeo.
Siebert. of South Rock Mnd. who was
passine tbe corner named lat evening.
The dog will be shot.
Vote for iJeo. W. Vinton for reprcsen
tavc. He is a representative citizen, and
is not nominated for political effect as his
republican opponents are. He ia a man
who will be a credit to to his constit
uency and to the entire people.
Invitations are out for the opening hop
of tbe Terspsichoreau cluo at Armory
ball on Wednesday evening, Xov. 5 The
officers of tbe ciub arA. Hohmtnn,
president; J. B. Eckbart. Vice president;
Tom F. Lcary. secrttary; Fred Bltuer.
Chaa. Creutx will tie elected county
dark, there is cot a possibility of doubt.
He is not only a man who has matle him
self, but ia well qualified lortbe position,
and will creditably represent his fellow
workmen who propose to honor him
witi their votes.
Dr. John Wright, veterinary surceon
ami assistant state veternarian of Iowa,
baa made arrangements with Frirks &
1 ni - a
Ulepbone 1192. to open a branch office
at their stable; home office Xo. 212 Har-
svreet, Davenport. Iowa.
Remember tbat C. D. Gordon is to be
the next sheriff of Rock laUnd county.
The fanner and oil soldier vote is behind
nira like a solid stone wall. He is uuiet
bdu unpretentious, makes no boasts about
himself, and tbat is the reason that all
like bim, and the more he Is known the
better tie is liked.
Mr. Patrick Horn and Miaa Mami
i.onneily were married la t evenine at St
Joseph a cburch, the Rev. Thomas Mackin
officiating. Miss Mary Connor was bridef-
maul ana Jlr. John Connelly, brother nf
tbe bride was beat man. After the cere
mony a supper was scrvrd at the reai
deoceof toe bride's mother. Mr anH
mrs. norn wi,i make Uavenporl their
Kann &. Hackstaedt have just rec ived
a circular from one of tbe lartreU carnet
manufacturers in the country, atatmtr
that carpeu from and after Monday will
be advanced rom 4 to 12 rents per yard,
and all new QOfHla ordered by this' firm
will he sold at tie advanced rate, bnt
the aio,:k no hand will te sola at tbe
pr-aent prices before Monday next.
T tr IT: ....
v ii niumaa win tie tbe next aenator
from the Twrnty-btt district. Tue far
mer propoae to ek-rt one of their cum-
her to ibis repoosihle position, but tbey
u not propoae 10 send a man there who
w it noi 0:y be incapable of properly
representing them, but who will be a re-
nVciHin urn.n there every time be opens his
mourn. t nertlore tbey will vole against
am oave no irou u;e in
defeating Campbell for county treaanrrr.
Browner ia a man of the people and is a
caoutsaie in dcrerence to the wishes of
ois noats or Inenda. Campbell a a can
innate as (ae result or many years o'
cum lor i be nomination. He became
an American citutea only af .rr being
years in tbis country, in order to be a
candidate for office. He joinel Bufnrd
pott aad has taken an active pan ia G.
A. R. mattera only to De the soldier vote
in behalf of himself. He plays the part
of a ptoua prohibiUohist ia one eomoaaa
ity and takes His nL) oa the sly with the
o-.ner leiiows in order to be a rood fellow
with all. He is a chronic office-seeker.
ana the public does not want him. Tbe
repurjivan party does not want him. He
Has been tteanrng it for aunoort f jr veara
aad it has nominated him this time only
. J - M .
w tea iw main.
wont miss seeing oar taU stock of ia.
grain carpeu. We make a speciahy of
Aacora, the new weave. The Adams.
uauj kiwi. uave?s)port
Aoie. nesuspaaonsof persons who
recommend any other article as "just aa
The Peoria Orator to Speak ia Mo
Be Will Aaareaw the Peaala ( la.
ae Pertalataac te Tttcaa.
Hon. 2. E Worlhington. of Peoria,
ex member of congress and an able and
well-known speaker on the issues of the
day will speak at Moline next Monday
nlgbt. An immense mass metting will
turn out t hear him.
Oysters at Krell & Math's.
Go to Hoi brook's. Davenport, for car
pets and silk curtains.
Boarders wanted at 806 Nineteenth
street. Mrs. B. 8 tan ton.
First-class tailors wanted; union or
non-union by F. C. Hoppe.
Send your friends to Krell & Math's
for a dish or can of fresh oysters.
Call and see the band-carved bed room
suites st Uo! brook's, Davenport.
For Sale A pood family horse and
phaeton. Enquire at Arocs office.
Parlor suites and fancy chairs of every
description at Ilolbrook's, Davenport
Ice cream always on hand and served
by the dish all winter at Krell & Math's.
A handsome line of book cases and
cabinets just received at Holbrook's. Dav
enport. An elegant assortment of dining tables,
chairs and hat racks at Holbrook's, Dav
When yon want a rice dish of fresh
oysters step in to Krell A Math's and or
der them up in sny style.
Bear in mind we do not quit making ice
cream when cold weather sets in. and von
can get it in any quantity in the coldest
weather. Ri-memoer Krell & Math's and
get tbe best.
The Crown dining balL Xo. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish yon
the best meal in the city for 25 cents. A.
a. jonnson, proprietor.
Save big money by buying your furni
ture, carpeu, oil cloth and draperies at
the C. F. Adams' Home Furniihing
House, 822 Brady street. Davenport. i
Physicians are not given to recom
mending specialties to th ir ostienta. but
of Salvation Oil Vitj have matle an x
cepti n. Price 85 cents. I
Save the boys and the cirls from acre-
fula and other forms of impure blood by
tiring them Hood's Sarsaparilla.
The Way Mads Cltar.
One of the mo-t -erlnai ohataue to irea
Iti lite w&v man I- btanted rivht im h- ....i..
of the load to health, iiow to Mm iwi in
maintain a n-trn'ar rhlt of hodf an4 a r--tlon
! t-v, often a arce of needlem ana. aoti.p .tie
of vain Inquiry. It I. not nrr.,ui) iu ii.raua
atraltiM dm. tic normative. They a bo have uaed
I hem rontinoou-if know the cutiaequenre. A
r. m- d. whi h anltra the artlou nt a recniatliiK
nte.ll-t,a for the boeh with that of a Ukiic botb
f..nh...e organ, the lieer od the atomarh. la
H"t-:trr'a Momat h Bitter-, aanrtloned he the
te-t medl. al amhontj. anl rrjeinnr daily the
endor-etnrnt of our fellow eoaiitryim-a. wtta
tin- t ffrvtnal. thui;h aenlh- latative at band It la
p--:hle todef tboee thareea of tewperatare
i-n-iiirtireof con-titt. aa well aa roan tu
tionnl illxki (.1 billioa-ne-&. whl'h beart erea
1-e.Hle nalarallr healtbf. Malaria. ( ((.-.
rli.-nniti.ai aad knlne tr ublea are remedied
aud irevei.ted by the Bittera.
Miss J. H. BANCROFT.
i Will gWe a
a the above aubject. ai
DAVEVPOHT PnhIL- n.n w. .
Tliarxlay. tct.i. at 4 sup tu". ' '
Rta-R lLAND-rhrl,t!a Chape', corner of
Tlurd avenue and FifteeDlh atreet. Friday. O. I.
a. at p. m.
M'lLISK Maaobtc Temnle s.nl.t n. t
Ladiea Intere-ted are rordially (anted.
This Lecture la lairodiKiory u a
Six Weeks Course
in Pbr-ieal Cntare. eUe to he f.,rmJ .n-
the hectare. Mm Bancroft will eiv iliatralaa
of the work in rnuane. be ayttew, I. eciectu
combining work frjan
USG, DELSARTE. SARGENT
and JENNESS MILLER.
tut. aiming Ut perfect thai rhywt j 1 Iwith
airensTin. sfrvc and c rrni Tbe rrmuiU-m
re UlrDjTIi( atW WtllKHII BptsaraUU.
an pereent red action for the next SO daya
on Bacieaand Bprrnf H um,.
No. lMd. icit and 114, Ttlrd Ae
If the rheapeat place la tSeroonly to bay Car
riagr?, Buotiea, fa m la, Una, etc.
HORST XOS KCECKRITZ. Jarmao
rasacatmo a SnctaLVT.
Fourth Ave. and Twenty-Third St
1200-00 and Upward
For sale, secured on land wort from
three to five times the amoB&t
of the loan.
per cent aeml a&aaaila, tialaw la aas
E. W. BURST,
Attokotxy at Law
ROCK I5LAXD, iu.
Satnnlay, Aug. 3090.
Uoyd & Stovart,
Hek EeaAacha aad relies an lha lnwlilaa
Oaot to a bllloaa atatoor tna aymaxaac
tairlmai. Km n, t'niailaai Inn
alius. aa la tha tiida, aa. Whila IMi
Baaftaeba, T CarWa Lltfla LHnr TO are
qaaUy TalaalailaOaatlpalloa,evnBaaad pra
VeaUns tbiaanaorlnitraaiplaUit.a'bUa tbey mm
enrrart al 1 dlaordera of I h a ( teach au nralata taa
fcver nod lagaiata lha b i a naa. LrmH taayoaby
aaitor from thai dialiiaaliin ooaiplalMt; batrorra.
Whooaeatry thsn mill Sad tbaae little ptila ala
abUlaao many ara that they wiU not ba w:U
iutf odowuboatUaaa, bat after aUalckaaa4
fb tana of ao many that hara ai
IWsmakaoarffaaiUjaat. Oar ptUacsraltvaila
1 cartar'a LitUa Lleer Pffla are very email a4
Vryaaay totaka. OneortvopUlaBiakaadaaa.
TheyaraMnetlyvaretablaanddo not (npa or
pan-a. bothy thair fantta actioa plaaaaail aba
aaathaaa. JanataatSScantar Srafurfl. cViba
bj drarxaMa rrarralMra, or at by uaU.
SHALL PILL SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRiCE
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THEMJ
"e p'are la tbe paper for
-tale" and Ker.l, nollrea.
b ,mi kmi
Only ooc-ha'.f cent a vord
Everybody raada thin
coii.aa Try It.
ONEY LjaNSU UN HKMTI tcK at 1!4
www nmc. joka.
O-T LAROK SLACK NtWIIll Slil an
XJ Uua-; arljf'i, atHit lo nmind-: aau .
krra-t front feet and ta 1; reward to tsdr. Wo.
awl a.lth aveaae.
akXl-HN J rt-KNITl-RB. boaebt. aold
at elcaanrrd. M.arr kianaa or Faraitara
I'd at boat heaat corner Ferre aba Tk.fd
Fur balk valuable TaTKst uT
proeeoteat oa Etevatora. Now ia c-ratloa at
btar riaiekia Worka, toss Raaitltoa at, rUada.
rm, praaerrca lire aad nah; f.e- fall aa-rtMciara
aii'ijto RubT 1. WALaSK. InTeaaur.
WANTLD-MITAhLE PARTV T LER
oar boataeM aad trael fur L. : irrm.aa ar
Aaertcan: eady t"--toa: tall afteravai rr
eaia( at Coatawmal but.L U !
WANTED Aa ar::re Trarettt.x MWian H
e-ll a r. neral line of aar SrMiulwta
vrruni. w v . iwj eirr, aaS etaaai l aad
bolaaur "Olor 56 - l..i W a-Llb4taa rt , Cbica(a.
WANTED-A "HIS l A lKIV ATE
faaiily ay a aiaa and hk wife: tbe au ia
b-roaftilyacuaaited nita tbe daliea tactoet.tai
Li tbe ( are of b-,rae. and the aenenaa la a e.a
prteat bnaae keener. Bert ref. mm r.ea.
Adtfreaa "A" Aaot", oSW.
TTTAVTED. a LaoT to If axai.k a
W Brancb office, at brr net boaw. tat tna Va.
BKa Fenaaie -ecie tirance Li i"aa eniendid
opportaaitr: amira aitb etame. Tie ir. Cwua
icy weaicai iniaiuie. raraia tVend Ind.
SALESMEN WNTET Til SELL M H"ERt
l-tock. Sitaauoa, prraiaaeal- aaiarv aad
ae. or coin t. tern frea cut Xa nn
t aeceaearr. outst free V'm. f..e i.-
unirBre u. a. ti'JOALK CU., aiar
uocheatrr. K. r.
WASTED t.ENERkL STATE AUENT To
opaa beatluaartera In wae ani.-loal eitr.
escla.lv. nwlnj . - . . ...
polBt local and nkafiu ra aver, city la the
nate ; roode well knawa. ataula aa Soar, in at.i-
veraal demand, aad pay a act met cf at) to 1
per reai. aoareea Ttia t MU.N COMPANY.
ea onasaij, .ire IOTA. a
T rMBKR-LTMBERTARD WuRsmESI OF
an rrnoea. caa aercre ateady ewiptotment
fj au per dayeaar.pUcattoa ia prnot u. k.
it iwm ii i.ry 0, mar ITHcarO LBTfi
- - ' ' . . .
foaaiaerce. s. K comer LaaJc aad aabinfloa
.IIITIHUIU, III. ,
ATPORXET AT LAW OfSce wtth J. T.
worthy. ITat becnad Aresaa.
JiCKM)M A HCliT.
irmntTi irt iv ni.t. t.u.i
AKauoaai Bank BaildiLf . Rta-k Ie aad. I1L
a. a. awxa-n-r.
c. L. ViUU.
KWEEXET A WALKER,
ATTORETS AXD OorXsELUiB-i AT LAW
Uatoa ta Hcaa-ek a kkacc. RolA lead. IU.
Br EM ST a s1rE5lKrt
TTOKXET-S AT LAW-Loan aaaney ,
aecmrt-e . lati rul.arrkoaa. kufeec. at .i,a
ail A Lyaae. bankera. USat la frriliWca baack.
THE DAILY AEblS.
iR saTr irtir rvtvivr. . o
hrwa Muf. Free crate per on.f.
bUS. KrTHERfXfEO a Bl'TLEK,
GRADr ATE OF TB E OXTARIO VtTEKNA
ry coiiere, Vevmary rtncaai ana sere' aaa.
Tindall a Lreery etaa-r; JUaeac.: Lreee
Aatara haaery, onaract aaaarc.
traoa aa- tWa atarts
aeaa ha raloaaat aenrfat.
beai f.a- n -a .are
ta-ts JaaaeeiLia. la.
Ta aatl oar roaaa b-
aa. We are
laaaf artaeera la
aar ha. Liberal enry aaia. fcfoaarat km
kMaa. Uraaey adeaacaaf ir waaa, aSeeniaaT,
etc F'afae a-Mrrae
CUflllU. KTQ. CO . Cakaa. U.
Toaell taa popaiar M. E ADJCSTASLE FORM
(UkBET. It at warm by LadM wleaiar eaoWatt
aad a aaual Saram. For aarueaawa ama
TUJTS CORSET CO,
Suras araarr. AXwIM. I LA.
tYMs 0. KLIP, D. 0. S.
orricx BE MOTTO TO
MASONIC TEMPLE, -
Tah. Caaaaac. DATES FORT. 1
pHOTO-EN GRAVIS 0,
J. 1L QASPAKD,
"f raaaustast. v rmm ffsjs ss-rav sW
Of conrse we can giva bnt a hint of
the dssiralf.s fabric. Wi caU your au
tention to only a few.
SILK FINISH HENRIETTAS. 49
ta. wide, all wool, blacks and colors.
75c a yd, to 7 yds. for a pattern.
FlTirw the eost and note what a small
WB u required for a ha&dsoma stress.
EXCELSIOR WOOL STRIPES.
36 la. 22 cts a yd.
JTRONE SUITIJ.03.52ia. 35o a
yard. There's a prtoe forljoa.
Mohair plaids. 42 in. 65c a yd. fine
Tlock Island. Illinois.
1 Fiirniture and
Have the largest establishment West of Chicago.
DONT FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN & S ALICIA ... J,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nob. 124, 128 aad 128 SLrtenth 8trt,
icoaroATKo cta raa raa tatb law.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, tt.t.
Opa Sally fro. a aa. ta 4 p. aa, aad vtaraay eveanars f iw. I w I a'ehara.
Five percent Interest paid oa Deposits. Money loaned oa PersoaaU Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
B. F. RITSOUH. Frea. F C DENE.ANJI. TWFraa. I. IL gCTOU, Caaahw.
t- .trweft. t F. Rcyaalda. F. C. Det.t.a.a J ah a OahaafV C. f. LraAa.
i. 1. Bnaarea. L.awaoa. E W. Bar, i. U.TJatm.
Jaraaoa A llcaer, Satacavaea,
wTIS'liKi tlTi t-'"' with MlaM At Lyad.
. laaaenatd A
Narrow Escape from Fire !
But prices went down to tneeCthe want of every eeve wishing to bwy
OIL CLOTHS, SHADES, DRAPERY, Etc.
PRICES IM PLAIN FIGURES.
KANN & HTJCKSTaAaEDT,
Ko. 1911 aad I9is gacoal aveatse.
Dealer in Groceries and Proyisions,
No. WA rifta Aeesne, BOCK ISLAXD.
a.aew waviat acat miiiiM
House and Sign Painter.
FVat-claaa Oraiataa; aad Paar Baaf ag.
P. O E-.tCTt.
VLaLcs Shoes Look hew. - Scaftr.,
LratKct. We rccomiDead it
I fa '-r
GEO. SOHlTEIDaQn, Jr..
. W rAhJAvsawe, lrtg cea:i Arisat,'
, yea?ra V -. - .
Doable fold isaaaU 25e a yd.
Dress fi annals, 52 In. 4 Bo ayd
Plalda'aad stripes, all wool 49 a
yd. aad ap
New robes la late aomblnatloma.
Worsted stripes 20o a yd.
Cashmeres, all wool42 la. 60e a yd
Rob bordered, few left at $1
Trimmings la latest styles Jsst
We will be pleased tothare yoe la-
spect ear larf'e stook.
Summer is past; tha IaH
Ln leaves remind us that
winter is at hand.
Hare you taken up your
As to Cower pots; I bars
a good assortment, plain
and decorated, sound and
hard, worth twios orer, tha
common pots, but cheaper
than they are elsewhere.
' We wffl be glad to show
you samples, whether you
buy or not.
O. M. LOOSLET,
1309 Second Are.
lawwat arlcaa. Aabareafi
" aa. ataa aad SSa saa.
Hare you seen Bchzaidarr'a i
Men's Calf Shoes!
If a caU aad are LVrsa. aad U im
iea4 tkat beat all cave.
y t-Utioa. .
P CRAB ILI TT.
rrr axd prxcx.
Out stea"! gaoea cast he Van l
We are Laagers la
wweai ayteea. An we ask
is a trial.
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