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JAHNS & BERTELSEN,
Ti.vwark And Hotjsx
1.112 SKCOND AVENUE.
Ma IxM'ii created among the ladies since
the receipt of those elegtnt work ami
icrsp buckets. They are of Indian man
ufacture, snd as the product is very
limited it is doubtful if we will have any
mi'rr this season. Call and mike your
election!" or wbst you want may be gone.
1703 Sfeoud Avenue.
Copper-Smithing, Sheet Iron, Gas and
Steam Fitting, Also Sewer work.
BAKER k HOUSMAN,
Opposite Haepke Hocsk.
i i e;-i'viiAO 7.3 a v w trig
Howard Watches, Imported Watches,
H. D. FOLSOM.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Syrupy
Acuuickly, U perfectly safe and never fails to cure all Lung troubles.
TRY IT. 10c, 25c and 50c Bottle.
Medicine knowa tor ail Kidney, Laa( and Stomack trouble. U
Thomas Kidney and Liver Pills.
6c Bottle Sample free.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
5 feet bamboo easels, 88c.
8x10 gilt frames, glass and mat, 30c.
8x10 while and gold frames, giass
and mat, 85c.
Decorated window shades complete
with spring fixtures, 83c.
Pure Irish Linen stationery per lb.
Wall paper at cost.
1705 Second Ave.
for the Celebrated
Druggist, Bock Island.
"NO DATE, GENTLEMEN."
That Was the Defect iJo Baas'
Beer Wit Pree.rea, hmt t. Exmet
Tim vYaaOBaittearreas tknOrten
-Haas aed the Talea" la the Rele
f PettlfoffKere-Kverj-tklBC Done la
a Pickwlrklaa Mease.
When Lawyer Buzrus was explaining
to the iury how Mr. Pickwick had
trifled with the affections of Mrs. Bardell,
in the celebrated case of Bar Jell vs. Pick
wick, he referred to a placard which Mrs. J
Bardell hud placed in her v indow giving
notice that there were "apartments with
in for single Rentlemen." Upon this
placard Sergeant Buzfuz dwelt with con.
siderable force, and one of the jurors, to
show what a knowing fillow he w as,
asked the lawyer if there wis any date to
'No date, gentlemen." replied the
lawyer, and everything moyed along
with accustomed solemity.
Anyone can, of course, what a vast
d flerence it would have made if Mrs.
Bardell's placard had had a date. And
this is the condition in w alch the orders
sent for beer by the chairman of the re
publican congressional committee -Mr.
Joseph L. Haas have been found. They
have no date. A3 he hinnelf would say.
Were he in court dealing with an indict
ment, it is a fatal omission. He himself,
howevtr, does not say it. but the Union.
in one of its spasmodic tbroes of virtue,
says it for him. It coul 1 not deny the
order. It would have don. so.and done it
promptly lie and all as it would have
been but the artist hal done his work
too faithfully, holding tie original as a
O, sorrowful pretixt f r covering up
an underhanded, sneaking action! This
same man and his camp followers wee
going about with loo redrawn faces,
thanking G xi that they a cre not as other
men, and all the while wt Haas drawing
cards from bis pocket and on the backs
thereof was writing orders for beer do
iug in a stealthy, hypocritical way that
which he claimed was being done openly
by others. Surely conttmpt must be the
portion allotted to such" pious Pecksniffs.
Referring again to Pickwick we find
that the jolly members of the club by
that name had got into serious trouble on
account of one of the members alluding
ti the other in an ungcntlemanly way.
An explanation followed and although
the allusion might have been thought a
just one it was deemed better for the
sake of peace that it be construed in a
miMer way, and consequently it was con
sidered that the offensive remark was
only used in a Pickwickian sense. Such
being the cose no one was expected to
take the matter seriously. So it is with
the Ctiion and Mr. Haas. The orders
weregven. That is net disputed. But
now the cl-tim is set up that Mr. Haas
gave the orders as Mr. Haas simply, and
not as chairman of the republican ccn- j
gressional committee. lie gave the orders
personally and not as an organization. In
other words, when he vas writing tbem
out he was Jo Iliad no more, although
in the instant aflur be was Chair
man Haa?. It wis not eract-
a case of ' Dr. Jeckyll and
Mr. Hyde" but it was tie next thing to
it. The only thing Mr. Haas hai not ye'
attempted is being in two places at th
same time. But it wili come. There is
no limit to his possibilities. Blessings
on thee, Haas, for tby Protean ways.
But why denounce t ie brewers? What
breach of commercial honor has been
committed? Was the transaction intend
ed to be a secret one? If Mr. Haas was
eDjoying the privilege of an American-
German gentlemen with the ideas of hos
pitality common to b s fatherland, why
make any ecdeavor to conceal that fact?
The virtue of hospita lty is a laudable
one and the Germans are noted for pos
sessing that quality. But they do not
make a practice of hi ling it. Tbey have
no excuses to offer for its existence.
Now, if these orders were given before
the campaign opened aod had nothing to
do with the campiiian work and before
Mr. Haas bad been elected chairman.
there is something stranee about the
transaction. The l7uon says It occurred
before any of these events took place.
But the Union is given to such reckless
forms of speech that there is no depend
ency to be placed upon it. The only
thing in which it is consistent U its con
stant practice of igtoring the truth. Ad
mitting, for the sake of argument, that
the Unicn is correct for once, and admit
ting also that the b xpitality of Joe naas
is unbounded, is Geo. Perry such a beer
drinker that three Legs are only sufficient
to appease bis tl.irsl? Has A. Sou tier
such an abnormal i p petite for the amber
beverage that four kegs are necessary to
make him happy? The hospitality of
Mr. Haas would seem to break out in
queer places. For a time it seems to go
all in one direction, or as the slang of the
dsy expresses it, his hospitality is ex
tended where it w .11 do the moat good
The Lmon tnret.leas that men will re
frain from writing orders for beer from
this day out. Still there are other wavs
of getting it. ways which will readily sug
gest themselves to such active, hospitable
minds as that pot-sessed by Mr. Hat
whether in his cat acity of private in the
ranks or as cbairuan of an organization
Considering tht.t this ordering of beer
was such an open, everyday occurrence
with the gentleman named, it seems that
be and his organ have been considerably
disturbed over to-! matter, and brewers
and others are threatened with .the direst
vengeance. But irrespective of the ter
rible lying of the Union these are the
Geo. Perrv got the three kegs of beer
on Haas' order on Sunday the 21st of Sep
tember. Soutte- went with him when it
was carted to its destination and cade
merry over by th j crowd which afterwards
gathered to hi nor it- On the Sunday
following the !.'8th August Soutter ob
tained Aid four l egs uponathe order which
he procured frost Haas. This beer was
used at the glasi works where Soutter w
employed. On the 4th of October Perry
aod Sandy Terr r got another jag of beer
The fac-aimile t f the order for this baa
not been poiiuabed. The beer 'fas
taken to South a Rock Island where
the faithful made. Berry. There
are other par iculars connected vita
these meeting which may be mentioned
at another tin, if naceaaary. Let this
suffice for the j iresent.
The editor -rf lne Umiom should aunt
up these date and paste them in his hat
aad when next he ia asked to write a he
THE ROCK ISLAND
concerning the whole tuslness imitate
George Washington and lay he conldn't
do it. But then he ia more ready and
willing to lie than the rest of them.
The Union could have summed the
whole matter by simply saying, "we've
been caught." That would have been the
truth in a nutahtli.
aster Maklac Thlasrs aa
Clear aa He Caa.
Surrounded as Postmaster Wells is by
a large assortment of protection literature
which is daily pouring into his office it
can be but a short time before he shall
have mastered the question of tariff In a
one-sided way. He has addressed another
letter to the Union, still giving vent to
pathos regarding the poor of Europe.
This time he has devoted himself largely
to Germany. England he finished the
other day. The gentleman says:
The free trade Argus, in tr.ino to Hia.
credit Its own teaiimnnv. fliHimtm
through a column of printed words and
thinks by reiterating the name of Welle to
distract the attention of the public from
the question at issue.
The above statement is neither clear
nor truthful. The Argus believes in that
oft repeated political dogma, "tariff for
revenue only." What this country may
untunately do, it ia not necessary to pre
dict. The Abgub Is not trvin to
discredit its own testimony, and when a
btld statement of that kind is made with
out having fact for a basis it is not just
on the part of Mr. Wells. That it took
a column of words to dispose of him last
time is now candidly admitted to have
been too much. It could have been done
with a single sentence. But the repeti
tion of Mr. Wells' name was nit done to
distract the attention of the public.
The Argus and the nublic are Imih
unaware as yet that the mention of Mr.
Wells' name has that merit. He should
not mistake the prompting of self-con
ceit for genius.
Forty thousand operatives will be
thrown out of employment in Prussia.
These 40.000 people will come here. Mr.
Wells admits that and then be exultantly
cries that this will be the means of in
creasing men s wages in this country! In
other words the greater number of poor,
ly paid people who come to this country,
willing to work for the same wages re
ceived at home, the better prospects will
tbcf Aioerkan laborer have for an in-
creaaw of wages. The importation of
that much dreaded pauper labor of Eq
prove will prov a benefit to the American
Verily, Mr. Wells, one does not know
what to do pity your childishness or
admire your audacity But you are only
a sample of the various exponents of
your theory. When the beneficial results
of the situation will not be borne out by
the facta your answer is that it is so much
worse for the facta.
Now because the McKlnley bill mav
have the effect of disturbing commercial
matters in Gertpany. or the whle of Eu
rope for that matter, argues nothing for
its benefit on this side of the Atlantic
That it will disturb matters over there no
one is pretending to the contrary. That
it will disturb and injure all on this eirie
of the Atlantic, except the eastern manu
facturers, everyone knows, and all would
admit had they not their own selfhh ends
to serve, providing, of course, they had
the requisite intelligence.
Ta the MmrdUa Feeple.
The following is from the Seinak
A'Herik'intka Pottrn, of Minneapolis, a
The new tariff law, the so-called He-
Einley bill, which has just gone into force.
will beyond doubt render it more difficult
for the laboring cl-iss to make any pro
gress, ltiis law especially attests such
products as are used by the poorer peo
ple. For instance, the tariff on the cheap
est woolen clothes has increased from 95
to 150 per cent. On tbe other hand, the
tariff on the moct costly broadcloth, such
as none but wealthy people can afford.
baa increased very little.
Tbe tariff on tin goods haa been in
creased considerably. Is it because we
have so many rich tin mines in this coun
try which need pro ectinn? Not by any
mean. We have not tin mines enough
in Ibis country to supply baif of the peo
ple. It is the people a fault that such laws
are adopted. Tbe.pcople vote for office
seekers, whose only ambition is to get a
public place. They understand yery
well through falsehood end deeeit bow to
come in possession of large sums of mon
ey Irom monopolists whose only mission
in tnis world seems to be to protect them
selves at tbe expense of tbe poor people.
The McEioley bill is now in force and
we will aoon feel the effects of tbe same.
Now our poor countrymen are obliged lo
pay bigb prices Tor clothes, nour.aaneat
and other necessities, and at tbe same
time then wages are cut down, at least
not increased any. Then bear in mind it
is to a great extent your own fault.
Most of the Swedish people have for
years obejed these office-seekers, who
now bad cheek enough to load them down
with this burden. A good many hive al
ready become tired of this depression,
and we hope that before long tbe Swed
ish citizens in the United Stales, aa a
whole, will riae as one man and go up to
the polls and vote for such men as are
looking to and understand the people's
interests. lne United Slates can once
more become the best and hap
piest country tn tbe world for every in
dividual, but you must cast your vote in
the right way and free the land of such
office-seekers aa those who pas'ed the
Calllae Rial la Xereer Caaalf Tea.
"Why. bow do you do Mr. Whitsitt. I
want yon to give me a vote," said Candi
date Collins as he waltzed up to a fine
looking representative of the farming
community on Secood avenue yesterday
"My name don't happen to be Whit
sitt, came the reply, "and pray what
office are you running for that you should
want a Mercer county vote."
"i am running for the legUlature," was
"Well I could give you a vote if
would, bat to be frank, I don't admire
your style of politics. A man who solic
its votes in person belittles the office he
aspires to.' That is my view of American
Collins aald something about a
having to get out and hustle in these days
if he wanted to get there aad strode off.
1 be incident. However, served to warn
Mr. Gest to be on the lookout or Collins,
who is aot satisfied with his running in
Rock Island aad Bnry counties, may be
getting the precious few republican votes
ia Mercer county.
Clyde Thomas aad Frank 'Williams
were-each fined $3 aad coats by Magiss
trate Wivill this morning Sot intoxic
A sneak thief atole a $230 sealskin
cloak off a line ia the yard ia the tear of
CapU J. U. Montgomery's hoase on Sec
ond aveane yesterday afternoon. There
are as yet no traces of the thief.
AUGUS, FRIDA Y,
THEIR REWARD PROMISED
John Fleming and Fat Cary Will
What Earh la la Bare far "Dell verte
ae Vetenercertala Meetleaa ef the
Clly te treat The 4eeret Clrele"
makes a Dicker.
When last night's Abgcb exposed the
fraudulent practices of Jo Hsss in giving
out orders for beer to republican mail
carriers and others in the front rsnks of
the local g. a p., a meeting of the "secret
circle" wss at ence called. Tbe desper
ate situation which confronts the Gestlles
on every side wss folly ditcoued in all
its bearings and the most extreme meas
ures decided upon. John Fleming and
Pat Cary were at once called Into consul
tation and upon the assurances of each
that they would carry their respective
ends ot the town for Gest Fleming tbe
west part and Cary tbe east on condi
tion that proper remuneration be fur
nished, both were promised pay in the
way of political position and U li to go
forth upon the highways and byways and
bring in their victims. This they prom
ised faithfully to do.
In return for tbe seivices to be rend
ered by these two models of republican
ism and the pay ot Fleming only, is con
tingent wholly upon the result of the
election John Fleming is to receive tbe
position of deputy county treasurer
should Campbell be elected, and Pat Cary
to be given a mail carrier's route
should Gest . get there, or Officer John
Brennan's o'd beat on the police force
should Gest be defeated. Tbe "secret
circle" has so high a regsrd for tbe Influ
ence of Cary that it was decided that it
would be better to give him the absolute
promise of something outright, and this
is the reason of tbe mayor's diUy ia fill
ing the vacancy on the force occasioned
by Brennan's removal, a position, which
by the way, the mayor has already prom
ised to at least half a dozen applic nts.and
all on condition that they r?ndir certain
assistance in the election of Mr. Gest
Fleming's job depends wholly upon
what tbe public think of Campbell. If
be is elected Fleming will be his deputy
and have the practical running of the of
fice of which he was once custodian, bu.
if Campbt 11 is defeated Fleming will be
out. Fleming has given bis word though
that he alone can elect Campbell. There
has always been a ' kindred feeling be
twecn Campbell and Fleming and they
would no doubt get along well together
f tbey were permitted to, but the tax
payers of tbe county have another man
in view for the respinaib'e position of
county treasurer and one who is quite dif
ferent in bis habits from either 'Campbell
or t leming, in that be does not ute the
same flavor of nasal blossom.
16 John A P terfon to Gust Tr.pn.
lot S2, block 1, Mohne Water Power Co".
west addition to Molioe, $935.
Gusi Troop to Molioe Water Power
Co. lot 32. block 1. Molioe Water
Power Cos. west addition to Moline
John A Wricht to Henrv B Revs, s
40. w 120a, swi. 316 2a. t2.500.
17-Eizabetb Wood to the Banner
Coal & Coal Oil Co, part of awj. 85, 17.
The Banner Coal Jt Coal Oil Co. to
Frederick Petereoo. part of swj, 35. 171
The Banner Cosl & Coal il Co. to
Elizabeth Wood, part of saj. 85, 17. lw.
Mary J Bruett to Mary Buncher. part
of lot 4. block 7. Spenctr &. Case's addi
tion lo Rock Island, ft.
Sarah 1 Eeator to C H Pope, part out
lots 40. 52, 18. 1. Assessor's plat, 1861.
18 R Kirk man et al by Master to J F
Eenwnrthv. part of sel of nti. 21. 16
4 a. $765.14.
J F Kenwortb to John Krantz. Part of
ei of oej, 21. 16. 4w. $450.
A vertlaea Hat a. 4.
Urt of letter ancallwl for at tb foMofflee at
nora t9iani, Koca laiaaa cosbit. Illioot.
Ort 17. 1U:
i Baroam. II B WrQaade. Ml-Kiti
t rare Melile McHeorr i Marx. Mm vr.
Rafcrr. AC Mark. Frank
Bruckniaa. Joha D Neck. r. L-har lir 11.
ClraTelaod. Mian Llzxle Jiorna. AdJie
Mrkon, Mr Clara I Olaoa. Ole
care Oarar lialluo 4 RavoeT. L.maa
tJondwia. Frank A twain, O A N
Ilipeubaask. u S Mury. Mra Oara
Holm. Rtu Torreace. H-r J T
Jotin-oa. Mlaa Sule Watn. t.li or A ana
HOWARD WKtXSk, r. M.
Vote for Gordon for sheriff.
Hard wood at E. B. McKown's soft
Spring chickens, ovsteis. eclerv. rrae-
berries aod rutabagae al Browner s.
Vote foe- Marshall for aaDerintendei,t
of schools, and release the autocrat.
County Clerk Creutzl That sounds all
right. It will come quite natural after
Fine durk lunch at S. A. Mararhall a
No. 1306 Third avenue, next Ssturdsy
There was s pleasant partv at the resi
dence of F. C. Deekmann on Twenty
sixth street last night.
Mr. snd Mrs. W. L. Whitfield aid son.
who have been visiting old friends in tbe
city, left for their home at Chicago this
r leming and Uary started nut this
morning to elect Campbell and Gest in
pursuance with their undemanding with
me -secret circle last nirht.
An army of clerks are verv buav dav
aod night getting the vast stock of clc-tv
ing at the London" in proper shape for
the grand opening next Wednesday.
Manager Montrose, of Harper s theatre.
has booked a gnod attraction for next
Thursday night in W. J. Fleming's suu-
erb dramat izttion of Jules Verne's nnioue
, . . . . . . .
nuvei. ivrouDu me norid in eighty
f atnotism-ror-politicf ooly Campbell
will see how much tbe mases of the peo
r le think of bis s npe of a man one
week from next Tuesday. Browner will
d al ma lor treasurer from one end of
tbe county to tbe other.
The Home Mission circle of the First
Methodist church, will bold a special
Dieeung oaiuroav afternoon at
o'clock with Miss Lizzie Kemble. Busi
neas of importance is at hand, and every
urcuiuCT w urgra to dc present.
lae ladies or the First M. E. chun-a
have perfe ted arrangements for their so
ciable in the new church next Tuesday
night. Biehl s orchestra will discourse
music, and business sura are invited to
call, partake nl a Doe supper and see the
handsome new interior.
aiej l. L, w beeler. in charge of tbe
canal survey in the vicinity of the month
oi nocn rrer, is sgaia at HUaa. Maj.
Wheeler does aot think that there will be
any active operations this faA, though
ue surveying, etc, will be pushed
rapidly as possible.
At the dedicatory atrvices of the new
building of the First Methodist Episcopal
church next Sunday, in addition to the
hearty lavrtatioa anade to the ttahlk- la
general to be present aad participaie. the
pastor desires to extend a special Invita
tion to all the mechanics and workmen of
every class who took part ia neJoiB- ta
build the new structure, to be present aed
eajoy ue nm semce ta the new chorea.
OCTOBER 24. 1X90.
The Peoria Orator to Speak in Mo
line. Hob. N. E. Worthington. of Peoria,
ex-member of congress and an able and
well-known speaker on the issues of the
day will speak at Moiine next Monday
night. An immense mass meeting will
turn oat to hear him.
Oysters at Krell & Math's.
Go to Holbrooke. Davenport, for car
pets and silk curtains.
8end your friends to Krell & Math's
for a dish or can of fresh oysters.
Call and see the hand-carved bed room
suites st Holbrook'a, Davenport.
For Sale A. good family horse and
phaeton. Enquire at Arocs office.
Parlor suites aod fancy chairs of every
description at Holbrook's, Dsvenport.
Ice cream always on band aed served
by tbe dish all winter at Krell A Math a.
A handsome line of book cases and
cabinets just received at Holbrook's, Dav
enport. An elegant assortment of dining tables,
chairs and hal ranks at Holbrook's. Davenport-Wan
ted A good girl; Mrs. H.J. Low.
rey. corner of Seventh avenue and Twen
When you want a nice dish of fresh
oysters step in to Krell A, Msth's and or
der them op in sny style.
Adams, tbe credit man, ia showing a
beautiful line of fall patternr in carpets.
Call and see him, 322 Brady street. Dav
enport. Bear in mind we do not quit making l;e
cream when cold weather sets In, and you
can get It in any quantity in tbe coldest
weather. Remember Krell & Math's and
get the belt.
The Crown dlninir tatl Sn n
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish yon
. I. v . , f -. - .
uo urai meal in me cuy ior zo cents. A.
B. Johnson, proprietor.
$50,000 to loan on real estate security,
in sums of $24)0 snd upward, at lowest
current rates of interest, without com
mission. E. W. Hurst, Attorney at
law, Rock Island.
Wm. A. Sobotle, captain of No. 12 en
gine company, Baltimore city Ore depart
ment, says: Salvation Oil is an excellent
remedy for rheumatism, neuralgia, lum
bago and sprains.
Ssve big money bv buying yonr fund
re, carpets, on cioio and draperies at
e C. F. A flams Ifrtm V.. ... K :
House, 322 Brady r'jrct Davenport.
Don't mias seeing cur fall stock of in.
fTtun carpets. We matte a specialty of
Angora, the new weave The A ri.m.
322 Brsdv itret. Davenoott
Swellings in the neck and all .nher
forma of scrofula, salt rheum, etc.. are
cured bv Hood's Sarsaparilla.
One of the first iostances of practical
Joking known to bistorv was when Jo.
seph was sold by his brethren.
om ai-ar mt.
THURSDAY, OCT., 25th.
Sprcial Entrarvment of W. J. VLEMIMG S
orrat mxJadioa '4
IN 80 DAYS.
Nothing like it ever Attempted! The
-urcaiesi spectacular in existence.
40 GRAND ARTISTS 40
f and Beantiful Scenery '.
. "njierh Wardrur:
t. rnd Amajuitiiaa Varrk!
Aa It (Orient O.rp-nf Aoiillary rone.
Pncea V Mi ami Te ral oa Mle Taeada
I Harper Moaee d rng-tnee.
Miss J. H. BANCROFT.
Will fire a
oa the above aahject. al
nVFVriiRT Bmkii n.ii . i tw t
Thur-O.y, lei. t. at -JO p a.
Third areLae aa4 FUteeaik eiroei. Frda;, tx t.
MOUXK-Ma. Temple. SaUrdar.Ort S. at
Ladir Interested are eordiallj htTtteS.
Tba Lecture M lutn-da, tuej u a
Six Weeks Course
hi PfaTaleal Cotf ore. elae. m fc fi
t lecture. Sn Bancroft will fire t)lH-leaiae
oi ine won in cnatulBe. 1 be er.leai r e teclx .
rueilMBtne. work from
LING. DELSARTE. SARGENT
and JEXXESS MILLER.
and almiB to 'oarfee. rK tO.Hn.. t- w
atrenctb. ffrara aad c.mac. Tbe rrataaarJc
r. " toaic a witBoot apparatus
SU per com redaction for tbe Ben SO day
oa Rugrwaand Sprit Waona.
Ko. 1810. lt aad M14. Tblrd An,
Ia tbe rbeape par la theoocnrylo bay Ckr
nag. Bagaiea, ratua, oi. ate.
HORST VON KCECKJRITZ. rtr acM
Fbix an hub a srsciai-VT.
Fourth Ave. and Twenty -Third St
$200.00 and Upward
For aale. secured oa lead worth from
three to five ttmea the
of the loan.
larwarffMK T nMaf feaTSnl aTaaaTJll aanaamaaaaTi
nas at rbarg.
B. W. HURST,
Attoutbt at Law
bocs reumi ill.
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THEM.
OioapM and beat pier la th paper lor
"Wsato." "Loat,- -Hale- aai -Kent Botire.
Oaly onc-bali cenl a word. Crerrbudj read. Ui.
colw mb. Try n.
OXET 1-OASED OS FLKMTt kE at 1SII
itoim .vme, 4. w. iONI-A.
L-T A LA HUB BLACK KkWKOl XDLASD
Doc; weirta about lo poad: wbit oa
area, front feet aad tail; reward to Coder, Ko.
Bui bixtb avvnae.
CJ BCOSD-HANO FCRXITVRB. boaant. ao d
. . mvwj n-uei or r or :i are
lored at boaikeatt cornrt Perry aad Third bta
FOR eALS VALLABLK t-ATEKT IM-proTeBM-nt
oq Eleva'ora. Now tn oneraf to al
tar rini.hinc Worka,K Bamtltoa St, Phllad.
ra: araoanraa life and H s - itm rn i-
apply lo KUBT i. WALKS R. tnmior.
WASTED M'lTABLE PARTT TU LE.RX
Amertcac; ateady poaition; caU artareooa r
create at Cnnmercial bourL ivtt
WANTED Aa acllre Trarellnr haleaana to
eell B a-'Beral line of oar SMrhurf
tnerchanta only, tiood ware and etpenae paid
i .., . Mbintruaai oi , VBJCaeo.
TTTANTSD-A PLACE IN A FRIVITE
iarai:y ny a maa and hi. wire; tb wiaa !
tb-roa(til arqoam'd with the datie tnrtdectai
t-J tbe car of Vwre. ami the woaa.a a
peteat bww keeper. Beat reference Tle.
Addreea -A" Aaoi- office.
WANTED A LADY TO MAXAGE A
Branrb office, at berowm borne, for tb Fa
Female hnerile uranre Li.": a tied
opportaaity; addree with eiamp. TVe Dr.Cooa-
eieuicau inatnate. BOB1B Detid Ibd.
ALEsHkN WANTED To ULL MbBKRT
.iraHrll wmimrw mo a-
Denaea. or rnaiaiMhii rM . . .
eor aecee-ary. amttt free. Write V term
r-iatiaretre . E. Hu.jk.hR CO . NarorrymeaJ
KocUeater. H. Y.
WANTED OEN ERA L bTATE AKT Tx
opwn beadtaarb-r In aoe-e prtociual elty.
aenaeexrlatTeeo,rirf mrbi-im and a,
polBi local and ab-wai, tn .very eitr ta tb
state: (rood, well known, otapl a Soar, la am
'ral demard. aad pay a a t rrnet of M lo lu
rc cent AidreM TH B L'MoS COHPAXY.
H Bruadway. Nea York. t
LlMBkR-LlMBBRYAKD WilKlktS OP
all (-rede, raa t rare -l-ady tapaiiinl la
lne lamher .jt t . ... . . . .
''"pevdayoa sppikativ ia ien to a, R.
""rn im i iacy or tne cnta- Lambee
t'omaen-e, b. k tmw Laii and W aekinrtna
terete. IlkWO. III. V,
J. X. BEAkUrSLEU
ATTDRNBT AT LAW-oSr witj. T. Kea
arortby. 17m Areoed Avenaa.
JitKM)?! A HI RST,
ATTORNEYS AT LA ST. (XI r ta Bock I. land
National Bonk BaiKtmr. bwk Niaod. 111.
a. a. .aiutT. r. i. uta
ATTORXEVS AND CorNELUR AT LAW
OSV la Beaenoa' Moea. Rock laiaBd. III.
IrEMRT k IcEMKr,
ITTOR!tEYH AT LA W-Lo. mosey,
a Becarity, mak coileiotM. MrfMvwc. M teh
all Lyndc. baaker. traVe ia PoebiaVe biota
TUE 1I1ILT ABbtS.
FOR ALE EVP"V IVIMtil at Oaaptoaa
New Maod. Krce reata pee enpy.
DRS. RLTHERFORD A SUTLER,
GRADtATE OF Til E OXTAKIO VBTERSA
ry eoVere. Vetemary PbT..C'.aB anp t utti in a
- i.',. wwr; atear
Aatoea Bakery, market mienre.
SCHOOL OF LeT,'
amrtiCi TtBf r 'fra ifkre)
To 11 oar fnoda by aaml ta wnoleaale aad re-
kail trad. We are tb av-t maaatnetarar la
onr liae. Liberal ary paid, hermaneat poct-
wm. mowey naeaneed be aafea, adeerVia(
etc For eem. aodree
CIEIEIlLAt. TO CO . CWIcaeo, CL
T. aell th noBoJar at. a arursTABLE PiiBM
XKET. II aaort by Lad w'..h:nc eamroit
niraiTO rur Hneian addre
ELGIN CORSET CO ,
Rrraa raarr. KLeiS. ILL.
YYM, 0. KUIP.D. D.S.
OPTICE REUdVED TO
pHOTO-E GRAVIS G,
J. M. GASPAKD,
Library a:du. PaTaapnet. lew a. Ca:i tor
.um.ia and work be tee awmc l Cbiuca
Providing for the Execution of an
IndenmilyliLg. Bond to Freder
ick Weyerhaeuser and Ben T.
fif odio br tw tt cmZ r eu tv, Kr
''" I That tn antne and (tit tat W
aad are hereby aUojrued sad dieartod. te and
ta ben I of ta tu, r kotk .u. t earn
ander tft ml of naid ertr oi i,. ,e m, t-l
n.k WeewrnoeBarr aad Be T abw. ta brand
of aaid dt ta tbe pene wa of Thee Tuaal
buuan ,.iM0t m,. ra tbe f ra bow beeewna pee
rb.i ant l an saer. tbew reepea i. betee. em
c Bd MBiaiMribm. from aad Brain tb
oa tatrd port aae and a. I dam-. ou.
cnur. .tw.ai. uawa aad ear.. B obwb
ry or uaor ea tbem nmay hi inai bable or may
he pot lo or ecfler by reaeoa vt t M crrtaja bow,
beanac dt the ne.oath day of tet an. A It
imw. a w ea.i m ot aat Tboanawd
HaadredlMae. r BU lb Caaed Male
Amerv,. and OM.lnel to aabauot to aernr.
tdemaifyand we kormjeeea.ad IMtetMruaw
Amtrtca anuaet ail rain,, damot aod eapew.
ae la faoy of adjacent pruperte bwdeea. by
reaeoa of tbe eaotracum 4 a tUdort frum nbe
". t waewa wndee bum Hare
M4ad and tbe car t Kara aee tb tail
ran irntas tk
adjiaa lb ).. b ta mm4
r-eevd October SBtb. lwd.
AW: TTILLlAa kKCuaUTrllc.
law;) cay Cterk.
Of coarse we can give bnt a hint of
the desirable fabrics. We call your at
tention to onlj a few.
SILK FINISH HENRIETTAS. 46
la- wide, all wool, blacks aad colors.
75c a yd, 8 to 7 yds. for a pattern.
Figure the cost aad note what a small
nm is required for a handsome' dross.
EXCELSIOR WOOL STRIPES,
3 in. 2 cts n yd.
JYRONE SUITINGS. 58 la. 35c a
yard. There's a price for 'you,
Mohair plaids, 4 8 in- S5c a yd, fine
Hock Island. Illinois.
Have the largest esubUshaaat West of Chicago.
DO NT FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEIVIANN & SiUZr.lAfJfJ,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nor. 121, 128 and 123 SLxUath Street,
inooaroaATEo cKosa tkr trr statr law.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, TT-T.
((a da) 7 f roa a m. to t p. at, aad Knirday rveehn! from Tbt e'cleta.
Five per cent Interest paid oa Deposit . Money loaned oa PsraoaaL, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Saearlty
. r KETJOLTH. IW. T C, DIMIAM, VtoarVaa. J. M. aCFOEO, Cnohbjr.
P. U Vbell E T Rcnd. F r Dn iaut Jaks 0har C. 9. Lrwa.
J.J. bVubeea. L . fttawm. f U aeot, J. St . a lard.
Jacaaoa a arbrr, bo a- Bora.
a7Ie.:btirwo!mTi"'r W,M aaka r-amarma Blllcaml a Load
A general advance in the price of VELVETS. RIBBON'S
and OSTRICH FEATHERS will undoubtedly occur on
account ot the change in duty; we hare as rat mad no ad
vance. Our present stock waa secured oa the moat advan
tageous lenri and Li marked at rery low prices. We sug
gest the expediency of m airing your purchases "
1 he great variety, the large nottbers of new styles, aad the general
excellence of onr assortment cannot tail to prove interesting
MRS. P. GREEHAWALT
1704 SECOND AVENUE.
Narrow Escape from Fire!
Bat prices went down ta meeCtne watts of every ooe wishing to bay
OIL CLOTHS, SHADES, DRAPERY, Etc.
PRICES IN PLAIN FIGURES-
KAHN & HUCKSTAEDT,
No. 1SU aad 1913 Second avenoe.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER
Re-movri to 218 SventeeMiLa 8treot -
Makes Shoe took near. Sof ten
Lea&er. We rccompacrvd it
GEO. SCHNEIDEH, Jr.
MX JVtolknai, 181 nWoeaf a-eaue,
Beyaold s Book. Earna? Qoom rch.
Doable fold tannels 5o a jrd.
Dress flannels, 62 ta. 40o a yd.
PLaUaTand stripes, all wool 4a
yd. aad ap
New robes In late comblnationa. -
Worsted rtripes 26o a yd.
Cashmeres, all wool. 42 la. ftOo a yd
Robe, bordered, few left at 1.3'
Trlmmlncs la latest I styles jmst
We will be pleased tolhsve yon In
spect onr large stock.
Have yon seen Schneider's
Mens Calf Shoes!
If s.3 Omrm. atd te'oot.
viaord that wt beat aB coeb
twtitkia. FOR 8T VLi.
TXT XXD PKJCX.
Oar Ilea's Sanaa east he beat.
We sj Leadcri la