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Tin warr And Hotsh
K,i SBCOND AYENUjS.
H i txvn Ti'iited among the ladies since
the ri'i oiit of tho9e clegint work and
jt'ntp bankets. Ttiey Hre of Indian mnn-ufsi-tur".
and as tho product is very
limiti A it is doubtful if we will have any
n; r. this season. Call and m ike your
elections or what you want may be gone.
1703 Second Avenue.
A. J. SMITH & SON,
W I i, -.
Fi" -:.-k l n. iw replete wlih Novelties. Call and compare our stock and price.
A. J. SMITH & SON,
and 127 West Thinl Street. Opp. Masonic Temple, DAVENPORT.
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WALL PAPER COMPANY
:3 1 12 C3ti Twcntictli St.,
And Postoffiee Block, Moline.
FINE WALL PAPER-F.icluslvp auents for the following six
Factories: Hinre . Son. Jnneway Co., Robert S. Hobhs & Co., Nevlni
York Wall Paper Co., and Kolnrt Graves A Co.
SKB )U MPKCIAi.S-Wbirh Includes all
v-low other dealets.
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A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Syrupy
Actsjquickly, is perfectly safe and never fails to cure all Lang troubles.
TRY IT. 10c, 25c and 50c Bottles.
Medicine kaown for ail Kidney, Lang and Btomacji trouble, is
Thomas Kidney and Liver Pills.
6c Bottle Samples free.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
5 feet bamboo easels, 83c. -
8x10 gilt frames, glass and mat, 30c.
810 white and gold frames, glass
and mat, 85c.
Decorated window shades complete
with spring fixtures, 85c.
Pure Irish Linen stationery per lb.
Wall paper at cost.
KINGSBURY & SON
1705 Second Ave.
largest Wall Paper
Nevlna Jk. Haviland. New
the Art turner Prices from in 1a SO ncr cent
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Druggist, Bock Island.
What the Or2a.ll - Hits n Haar of
Reed ana Getfl.
Varloaa Thtscsi WklehUtn ltt Net
TheRielieaie.acialaia iu la
Hla Bekair-Baacllaa: Waea 3St
Union in referring to Speaker
appearance tt Moline -tonieht
drops into its usual method of lying. It
eems it cannot record asioele fact with
out tacking to it a he for tbe purpose of
winning a temporary success. Of course,
no sensible person pays any attention to
it. because tbey understand too well Its
purpose, but there are sorao who do not
so understand, it people fho have no
time to study political questions, een
when they relate to their home affairs.
The basely partisan orn says. be
democratic papers would n ake it appear
that Reed would not recognize Oest In the
house. Tne democratic papers merely
reported what Gest had of en told that
he could not do anything f.r bis constit
uenta in Washington beuse Kncikw
Reed woia pay no attention to him. The
words of,-; Gest - wer that h
couldn't catch tie . speaker's
eyo. But that did not prevent
Gest, the TTnion says, from getting in his
work on the canal, on river Improve
ments, the labor bill, arsenal appropria
tions, the viaduct and tha water pool.
These assertions are made while the pa
per that makes them know) it is utter '.ng
one of the most contemptible, lies. It
might as will have said Hi at Gest pays
the president's salary. Ani this stuff Ii
foistedpon the people day after day.
The shot test way of getting at the mat
ter is to state the trutb. Gest had noth
ing to do with the Hennepin canal except
to give his vote In favor o ' it, and if Cap
tain Robinson bis boss in this city had
asked him to vote against i t Gest would
have promptly done so. The river an
harbor bill Gest had nothing to do with
either nothing, nothin absolutely
nothing. The labor bi 1 be , blundered
in from the time he started
10 do anything with it until he ceased.
It wasn't much, to be cure, but it was
enough to show how shott -sighted and
clumsy he is at everything pertaining to
legtHtalkyi. The last session of congtet s
never intended to do any bing in the in
terests of labor. It gave more attention
to robbing the people by the passage of
an outrageous tariff )av and by an en
deavor to gtt a law passed known as
the Force bill by b ch the elections
would be taken out of the hands of the
people and placed in those of a few uo-
sctupulous persons who could return to
congress any one lbcy pleased. Both of
tbess measures Gist is heartily in favor
of. tie tells the rjeoolehe vMed to
have them taxed in order that the east
rn manufacturers may a id to tleir miK
lions, and be does it, he ways, in the hope
that somehow, in some way which he
dots not understand, that ood may
come of it, wben the present generation
shall be no more. He is either too stupid
to rasp a simple quest it n of arithmetic
or else he blindly followed the word of
the pat ty bosses. It matters not which.
except in the former case be might be
pitied for thick-headednt ss, while in thq
latter he should be despised for the heed
less way in which he pe-mitted the rob
beiy of the peop" j.
Just as the session wis drawing to a
close the labor bill 1 wi re taken ud- It
was never intended they should reach the
senate. Tbtre was not time to consider
them if they had. Reed never intended
them to go further, than the house, and
they never will. Their passige in the
bouse was for campnigt purposes that
the shoukrs might be able to scamper
over the country, as Reed is doing now,
and point to what they had done for
labor. Are the perpls not sickening
of all this duplicity and shameful
conduct on the part of those they
send to toogressT Anil yet Reed
will biszenly stand up tonight and tell
tbem tbey sbou) 1 lie thaukful that the
government has taxed them so highly.
The masses are patitn: and suffer long,
but surely partisan faith cannot continue
to he used as a weapon t y which the peo
ple can cut their own ttroats.
The arcenal bill was passed In the reg
ular appropriation b 11. and it is lust
possible Gest may havs known nothing
of its passage until lie read U in tha
newspapers. Ha was not consulted con
cerning it. And after all that baa been
recently published to tbe world, and
proven by the facts presented, tbe Union
mentions again tbe name of Gest as aid
ing in tbe construction of the viaduct
Gest who o pposed it from tbe very first.
opposed it at every step, lied and bungled
and made all sorts of contemptible ex
cuses concerning it. And wben finally he
introduced a bill which was acceptable to
the people here, it as on'.y after his
boss Captain Robinsc n had ceased his
opposition by tbe pleasure of public
opinion. Such is tbe work tbe people
have to thank Gest for performing.
And it is so with everything he has
No, no, Reed does t ot come here for
his love of Gest. Be comes here to sup
port his own tynnoicul methods in ron
gress. He comes here to save himself
from defeat in tbe bouse. He has tbe
love of Reed's succesH deep in bis heart
He makes an effort to save himself by be
littling and bulldozing his hearers.
Gest is only a cog in the wheel, and
very small cog at that
Oast' ttla made tht famwr. tntdtanic. twlneu
mm, laborer, preeteional m a. ami nearty ail
otnerMpmorwr mm cnay leers oejor.
Hark With Ilia Brtae.
Mr. Wm. McEniry nnd bride reached
Rock Island last evening and were at
once driven out to the home of Mr. Mc
Eniry 'a mother near Oahorne, where they
spent the night. Tfeis morning the pop
ular ex-city attorney c ame into town and
received the congratu! itions of his friends
on every side on his happy good fortune.
This evening he will return to Osborne
and accompany his btide to Rock Island
and they will take np their home for tbe
winter at the Harper.
Mr. and Mrs. McEo 'ry were married in
St Bridget's Catholic church, - New Or
leans, en the 15th nit. by Rev. Father
Valley. The bride's maiden name was
Alice Cleary. her 1 ather, John Cleary.
having been a resilent of Molins in
1850. The attendant at the attar were
Misses Mollie McEniy, of Osborne, and
Annie Cleary mad Ka ie Cleary, of New
Orleans, and Messn. Thomas Cleary.
Samuel Leonard and 8 W. Tranacheny,
of New Orleans. Mt . and Mrs. McEniry
pent a week with re! stives, in St. Louis
oa their way home.
THB ROCK I8IAK13
THE WHY OK IT.
Tate tteaatra at D. IV Hwtast'a t haasr
ar t'alta fraaa Cable satteat.
The Koline DUpatch of last evening
and the Rock Island Unto of this morns
ing each contained a communication
signed by D. L. Swander, township col
lector at Moline. In which Mr. Swander
is made to set forth a change of political
faith from the standard of B. T. Cable to
that of W. H. Geand to say In sub
stance that he desires to return 30 to
Mr. Cable which, had been given him.
The letter represents Mr. Swsnder as
saying that he had been led astray polit
ically, but that he sees the -error of his
ways and desires to return to the fold.
that he prays the forgiveness of his
friends and will never go astray again 1f
he is forgiven.
Now the truth of the ' matter la
that D. L. Swander did not write
the letter to which, be appends bis
signature. He signed it in fear and
trembling, and under the lash of the Mo
line manufacturers who 'designed end
wrote H. and then intimidate 1 Swander
into signing it. The whole story of
Swander's position may be brit fly stated.
He was elected township collector of
Moline last spring mainly through dem
ocratic voles. Real 7. g this fact he
expressed'a desire to the democracy this
fall to show his obligations tsfthe party,
and volunteered to do til in bis power to
elect the congressional ticket. Hearing
this, and that Mr. Swander was willing to
work, he was given 30. which" he ac
cepted- as is said in the letter
signed by him and addressed to Mr. Ca
ble "wben I received it from Mes-rs.
Gould and Piper I thought I could con
sistently earn it by doing all I could to
help to elect you to congress".'
But Mr. 8wander's efforts in behalf of
tbe people's candidate were not received
with good grace by the great manufac
turing establishments of Moline, which
are fighting Cable tooth and toe nail.
their watchword being Gest mcst not
and shall not be defeated." Tbey conse
quently got hold of Swsnder and told
him in plain words that unless he signed
a letter which tbey would wiite they
would all withhold their taxes from him
this year until too late for bim to get his
commission. This reprt sects the biggest
part of $1,500 to Mr. Swander and be
wilted. He signed bis name to tbe letter
and that is all there is t it Now the
question comes, which is the more hon
orable, the plan of Mr. Cable's fnends
la paying Mr. Swander for legitimate
work, or tbe scheme of the Moline man
ufacturers of intixidalion and coercion
for which they are criminally liable?
Girt Gal to uwimlantl thai he can't ttnd front
tht proplt and thru atk twete tarn people to unit
him again to do the tame thing.
A CRUEL FATE.
JakaalF Kratgaa Killra by Ike Vara la
the Kaat Part at Iowa.
Johnnie BroggRn, a boy fourteen yeats
of age, and son of Mr. and Mr?. Pa! rick
Brosgan. living in tbe east pt of town.
was killed by train No 1, on tbe C. R. I.
St P. road between Forty-fifth and For
ty sixth streets at about 7:45 last night.
though hi body was not found until
about an hour later. Tire body was tak
en at once to J. E. Larkin's store where
Undertaker Knox took charge of iU and
found upon examination that tbe netk
was broken, the left arm, libt leg
each fractured, while there were three
deep scalp wounds on tbe head. The
theory is that the boy was banging on
to an east-bound freight train and
jumped off in time to be struck by the
passenger train wh'ch was running rap
idly, and struck Lim with such force as
to inflict the injuries, though tbe engine
did not run over him.
Coroner Hawes, who was summoned,
empaneled a jury composed of L. V.
Eckhart (foreman). Geo. Long, Joseph
Enderle, Robt Rosenquist Herman Lage
and Ludwig Wellniiz. and tbe inquest was
held this morning at Mr. Hawes' offl?e,
tbe verdict being that tbe boy "came to
his death by passenger tram number one
of the C. R. I. & P. going west, at or
near Forty-sixth Btrel,"
The funeral of the unfnrtunate boy will
be held at 2 p. m. tomorrow.
Reports reached the Ahuus office from
Meroer county last night that Ted Kelly
and Tom Williams were circulating
through tbe cout,t r with free beer and
campaign material, booming Gest and
setting 'em up to all who would agree to
vote for Gest,
News is received from Hancock county
too, that every method conceivable is be
ing resorted to by the Gest officeholders
to carry the county at any cost and that
money is openly offered for votes for the
Talk about debauchery!
Cm Out point to one aa he ever aid for the pto
pk e OeneJIlt
Physical Calinre Claaaos
will meet for tbe first lesson on Tuesday,
uct X3 at louy second avenue, as fol
lows: General class. 10:30 a. m ; stu
dents class, (misses from 12 up) 4 p. m.
evening class, tor those employed through
the day, 7 p.m.: lessons occupy one hour.
Those exp cting to take the course should
begin on Tuesday. Terms, for the course
(two lessons weekly for six weeks) $10,
of which 15 is payable in advance and 95
at tbe sixth lesson. No tight clothing
will be allowed upon the floor. Pupils
not prepared with special costumes are
requested to wear blouses, jerseys, or
omer loose garments. ,
Oysters at Krell & Math's.
Hard wood at E. B. McEown'a soft
Go to Holbrook's. Davenport for car
pets and silk curtains.
Send your friends to Krell & Math's
for a dish or can of fresh oysters.
Call and see the hand-carved bed room
suites at Holbrook's, Davenport
For Sale A good family horse and
phaeton. - Enquire at Argvb office.
Parlor suites and fancy chairs of every
description at Holbrook 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
An elegant assortment of dining tables.
cbalrs and bat racks at Holbrook's. Dav
enport Wben yon want a nice dish of fresh
oysters step in to Krell & Math's and or
der them np ia any style.
' Adams, the credit man, is showing 1
beautiful line 01 fall patterns in carpets.
Call and see him, 322 Brady street, Day-
Bear in mind we do not quit making Joe
cream waea coio weather seta In. and son
can get it In any quantity in the coldest
weather. Kemember Krell s Math a and
get the beat .
The Crown dining ball. No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish you
the beat meal is the city for K cents. A.
B. Johnaon, proprietor.
AKGU8, SATURDAY, OCTOBER
The sJealleaierT Bzerelaea To at arrow
A Beaatiral EaiBre.
Tomorrow occurs the forma dedication
of the new First M. E. church to tbe wor
ship of God. and the morning services will
begin a hslf hoar earlier than usual on
this account Tbe church proper pre
sents a beautiful appearance in ita in
teriors very thing being new. The rich car
pets and gorgeous windows are in har
mony with the furniture and wall deco
rations. The pipe organ, too has been
overhauled and repainted and Varnished
in hues in keeping with the other church
furniture. The Rev. B . J. Ives, D. D., of
Auburn, N. Y., who ia to dedicate tbe
church, ia on the ground and pronounces
the structure a gem of beauty and a model
of convenience. The regular dedicatory
services will begin on Sunday morning at
10 o'clock. Special preparations have
been made by tbe choir, under the leader
ship of Prof. House!, to render some
choice music. A cordial invitation is ex
tended to tbe public in general to attend
Vote for Vinton for the legihltture.
Vote for Wilson for the legislature.
Bananas, grapes and apples at Long's.
Cranberries, o v. Hera aud celerv at
Vote for John A. Wilson for the leeia.
Vote for Geo. W. Vinton for the lecrls.
John Barton, of Coal Valley, was in the
Egg plants, cauliflower and sweet
tatoes at Long's.
Vote for Gordon fur sheriff, and he
with the winders.
A few more of those fine ladiel' fur
capes left at Lloyd & Stewart's.
Lloyd & Stewart are showin? a fine
line of lad is' furs of every description.
Mr. Gottlieb Beck is lvine at the noint
of death at his borne in Reynold's block.
On installments anvthing and every
thing at the World's Fair. 1614 Second
Wanted A good cook; Mrs. H. J. Low-
rey. corner of Seventh avenue and Twen
Tbe latest styles in furniture and car
pets can always be found at Clemann &
Tbe flues t line of underwear ever seen
in tbe three cities can now be seen at
Lloyd & Stewart's.
Vote for Hiaman for state senator and
send a man there who will be a credit to
The fair given by St. Joseph 'a church
at Armory hall wi l be continued until
n.xt Wednesday eveoine.
An elegant line of book cases and
writing deks, fancy tables, etc. itisl re
ceived at Clemann A Salzmann's.
The Rodman Rifles have issued invi-
ta'ioos for a Hallowe'en bop at Armory
ria l on Friday evening. Oct. 31.
Mr. J. M.Sweeney, recentlv in the
undertaking business here, is now em
ployed at Clemann &. Salzmann's.
Send R H. Hinroan to the state senate
and let tbe farmers he represented by a
man of brains instead of an ignoramus.
Vote for Cremz for countv clerk. That
he witt be elected no one who has any
opportunity for viewing the situation will
Mr. Geo B. Browner, the next treaa
urer of Rock I land county, is again able
to be out and his host of friend are re
joicing over bis recovery.
Wilbur F. Crats.agent of the National
Sibbath association, will speak at tbe
Central Presbyterian church tomorrow
afternoon at 3 80 o'clock.
The election of Geo. B. Browner as
county treasurer Is conceded by alt re
publicans with any degree of foreaicht.
Campbell does not stand the ghost of a
Vote for Marshall for countv suoerin-
tendenlof schools. He will show tbe
people that there are other men ia the
county besides Southwell Jpable of dis
charging tbe duties of tbe office.
Misses Alma Johnson and Maggie Bollor
arrive 1 from Omaha last night and will
spend Sunday home and on Monday will
leave for Chicago where they will spend
the winter with frbndi.
Tbe average daily attendance of the Rock
Island public schools durin? the month of
October, as shown by Sup'i Kemble's re
port, was 2008.8; while during tbe same
month last year it was 1851 ; the average
number belonging 2033 9: the corres
ponding month last year ItMU.
The hospital guild will Lave a great
variety of fancy work and aprons for sale
Thursday. (M. 30th, at 3 p. rr. at tbe
residence or Mrs. J. M. Burord. The
house is open to tbe public and all are
cordially invited. At 8 p. m. there will
be a parlor concert and readings for whirh
fifty cents will be charged.
Tbe wire stolen from Supt. McGugin,
in charge of the 1 lectrical equipment for
tbe Holmes syndicate, a few nights ago.
was found by the police at the cor
ner of Third avenue and Twentieth
street yesterday. The thieves evidently
became scared and turned np tbe stolen
Patrick Hanley died at bis residence in
Davenport ytsterday afternoon. He was
KX1 years old, though be was a won
derfully preserved man for one of bis ad
vanced age, having worked as a atreel la
borer when over 90 years of age. About
Ove years ago he fell from a step ladder
and broke several ribs, and since that
time has not been as rugged as formerly
He has been a resident of Davenport for
more man a score o years.
1 here is on exhibition at tbe rooms of
the Davenport Art society in Masonic
lempie, uavenport, an attractive collec
tion of oil paintings. The exhibition
will continue until next Wednesday even
ing and includes contributions by J. N.
Hardy, nf this city, and E. D. Belts abd
son, of Chicago. Tbe display represents
the. '.to great schools of painting the
impressional. and tbe open air realistic.
Tbe exhibition will be open tomorrow
from 9 a. m. to 10 p. m.
r.viaences of tbe liberalities of the
Cable family are seen on every band and
cannot be concealed by the Union or tbe
Gest gang simp y that their party may
elect their man to congress over a man
who has endeared himself to tbe people
ty bis gener us deeds. Today, for in
stance. Mr. James Hardin, the teamster,
was ia the Aneus office, sod be volun
teered the statement that the fafem h it
ingattemptod to show Poormaatw K.mi
did not know what he was talkicg about
when he said that tbe late P. L. Cable
had given hundreds of dollars'' worth of
coal to the poor families, ha had himarif
hauled several hundred dollars' worth in
oinerent winters to poor families as des
ign atea oy Overseer Koch.
tUtt toted to enrich the osier manufacturer.
Mr. and Mrs, John Weyerhauser gave
a delightful bonar-warmibg reception at
their new home on Fifth avenne aear
Eighteenth street last evening.
Phillip Wells, soa of Postmaster Wells,
wan me recipient 01 a pleasant surprise
party at bia borne, 1411 Fifth avenue
last evening. "
Miss May Culton was giyen a happy
masquerade surprise party at her home
00 Second avenue last evening.
$50,000 to loan oa real estate security.
in sums of f?00 and upward, at lowest
current rates of Interest without com
Biiaaioa. x. st. Hum, Attorney at
law, nocx lalaad.
Qeet toUd to meie tie people poorer.
The Sidney passed np.
Tbe Reindeer and LeClaire Belle went
The Verne Swala was la and oat as
The stage of tbe water was 650 at
noon; the temperature on the bridge 52.
The Karphy assatiars.
The general committee of management
for tbe Morpby meetings is hereby called
to meet Monday evening at 720 in the
united r-reabyierian church. All mem-
era of tbe committee are earnestly in
vited to be present as business of Im
portance is to be attended to. Come
promptly at half past seven.
11. C.Marshall, Sec'y.
Th Great XaJintv
Of cases of scrofula and other bloSd dis
eases ate hereditary, aad therefore, diffi
cult to cure. But we wish to state in the
most positive, emphatic manner that
Hood's Sarsaparilla does cure scrofula In
rtery form.- The most severe cases loo
terrible for description have y hided to
this medicine wben all others failed. If
yon suffer from Impure blood in any way
take Hood's 8arssparilla.
Save big money by buying your furni
ture, carpeta, oil cloth and draperies at
the J. V. Alams Home Furnishing
House, 822 Brady street Davenport.
Don't runs seeing tmr fall stock of in
grain carpets. We make a specialty of
Angora, the new weave. The Adams.
822 Brady street. Davenport.
The king of medicines Hood's Saraa
pari! I a. It conquers scrofula, salt rheum
and all other blood diseases.
Another new line of Nellie Blv cans.
just received atL loyd & Stewart's.
J. B. VoxTsosa, -
011 aiaar cmr.
THURSDAY, OCT., 30th.
Sperial Enraeement of W. 3. FLEMIN'U'S
Orvat Production of
IN 80 DAYS.
Nothing like it ever Attempted! The
Greatest Spectacular in Existence.
40 GRAND ARTISTS 40
Krw and Beintlrnl Scenerr!
r.rzlln Pronenlps' alin, ....... a-
. l.rand Atnajtnnian Karrh:
An Efficient Corn- of Auxiliary Korrea.
Prices v 50 and TSo. Boali on T,,.1.
at Harper House drugstore.
Relating to private sewer.
SEC. 1 That Frank Krkhart kl. ...i....
be and they are herrby authorized and empowered
to construct, maintain and repair at their aole ex
pense a private sewer to run as follows: (teem
ing at or near the center of an alley in h).k s
TbompHOB and Wells addition, thence running
eai-t to Fourteenth street to the Fifth avenue
Sac. X. The said named narts and ih-ir mm.
ales, their be Irs and assiirna shall fave exr usire
control of -aid -ewer, and shall conduct aim re
pair the same nnder tbedireclion ,r th tuw.i.
tend.moftreetor said wty. and no per-ou or
persons shall be permitted to connect therew ith
tor any purpose a nat-oever or to Bow therein any
iqutdor other matter, without am .ine t,.
city clerk of said tlty their editable proportion
of the cost of the construction thereof, np to the
dste of such correction, the amount so paid lo
uid clerk to te divided between said named
iMtrtiee in protiortlon to the ssmini.iniin.liir mi.i
by them re-pecttvely for the construction thereof.
tac. 3. H noerer shall lol.ie t ,.n v....... .
of this ordinance ,iiall he liable and eubiecttoa
line of ix less loan tea In dollars nor mor" .ban
fifty S"J dollars.
raaaeu uct. so, itujo.
Attest: Wll.l.laSi Unnivivuts
Roaiar KilBt.ta. viator
leai City Clerk.
super cent reduction for the next 30 dara
on Bugipeu and Spring Wagons.
No. 1610. Kit and 1614, Thrrd Ave..
la the cheapest place In the county to buy Oar
rtagee, Uumriea, faint. Uila. etc.
Wo C. MAIMER,
Bavin; purbid tbe
rropcrty which be has had leflttej for tbe ho
ad business, ts bow prepared to aeroni
aiislate traii-ient guests.
Day and Regular Boarding
at rery rea-oaabl price.
He I also encaged ia tbe
at the asms place with a choice lot of Groceries
r arm produce o spec tally.
HORST VON KCECKRITZ, PbarxaacW
PaucKanoxa a Srxcial-TT.
Fourth Ave. and Twenty-Third St
re arras or
1200.00 and Upwards
Tot sale, secured ea land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
E W. HURST,
Attorhtt at Law
atooass aad f aaotue Tcapla,
ROCK ISLAND ILL
Uoyd & Stovart,
rBck Headache and teHoawan tbe troubles aas.
dent to a bikkrae otatocaf the system. aac oa
Pontiles, Kanana, Hi us si lis . l)l.u aft;
win, rain m ids mossa, wntssubeiri
i ha li nun i
equally T&)Tiabk in OoatttlpsUtota, en ring mad pres
fentlng tbrKiixMwiBreaampatBt,blU Um sUa
rorrwet tU disMrdcsntrf taWaUcMDAfMlmaasU hm
'Af listhoy woaU boalnvat pi loah oato fhoaearfca
On Iter from this daitri ea ing com puunt; bmrorta
Stately tbeireoodne dose ntotond hiosaod llnwa
whooncotry them will And theas little ptlnsnlo
able In ao many snea that they wiU not ho snw
liBf todowiUsoatLueaxv. But after aUetch bsstit
fa fh tone of so many Bee that bee la srhera
i-semafceonr greet boost. Oor ptiiscmrsu whiio
'Other do Bo.
I CarWa Little User PlHs are Terr mn sod
Very easy to tako. One or two pills I
Tbey are atnetly vearetahla and do But grip car
pare, but 1T ttxilr rent I action pVsaaaaU who
use them. InYulsstUceotat a v fort!. Sola
tT drug-leta ersrysjborsk oc sout Ly mail.
CARTER MFDtOfMC CO New Ye.
SaULLPHL. SMALL DOSE. SHALL PRICE
ASK TOUR GROCER FOR THE Mi
Cheapest and be-l plnre In the patter for
- eoa, isi.-- -tseie-' an1 - Kent ' notices.
Only one half cent a word. Everybody reeds this
column. Try it.
XKV T.'IANEU 1N I t KMTt'HE st 1l
!ecoud sienue. J. W. JuNEs.
FIR SALK A FISJK L' T nf M KlilCAl. IX
strnment. al.o a full rt of coal miner inula
at J. t . Jutes' scund hand st.trr, lai Second
LO-T-A LARt.K Bl.ACK XKW Ft)l lI.AM)
Ihw: Wrlirus auout Id pound-; while im
bre.-i. front feet and tail; reward to Under, ho.
SUI sixth avenue.
SKCONIM1AND Pl'RMTL'KE. hooaht. oold
or exchanged. Money ksxnod or Furniture
stored at !oaiheat corner Perry and Third bta,
hALK VAI.LAB1.B FATCNT IM-
proremrot on Eleratora. Now In nterufaa at
Star Finishing WoeVr nnsa riamiltoa Sl Fhilada.
ra: proserrea life and limb: for fnll nurxiceiera
ROBT J. WALKER. In sen tor.
TTTAM ED SI ITARLK PARTY T) LEtRN
" our nusioess and travel fur us; lie
American; steady position; call aftet
evening at Oonisscrclal hotel. lanf
WANTED An actle Travellnc Sale, ma to
sll a general line of oar Merrhandtse to
merchants only, liond wares and ex Reuses uatd.
w holesal office .V, - is; M aUintun et , Chicsgo.
TTT ANTED A Pl.ACK
IS A fKIVATB
W family by a man and hi-
thrmn.-.h acquainted with trir duties incidental
l the cat of bce. aad the woman I a euea
pctcnt house keeper. Kcst refrroBce rum.
Address "A" Aaurs office.
WANTED. A LAIV To MANAtiK A
II ranch oSlce. si herosm b-tne. f.ar th Pa
nx.us Female arclllc uranve Li.y"; a epleadid
o.(or! unity; aodrees with stamp. The Ur.Cuoa
ley Medical Insulate, south Bend lnd.
SALESMEN- WANTED Til SELL M. asEKT
tock. Mtnations permsnenL solars aad ex
penses, or commlsm from start. So expert
enee nercoesr. nutat free. Write ftsr term
statinrage It. K. IIUohtR CO , Xaraeryasee,
Rct.retrr. H. V.
TTTAHTED-ENERt. STATE AuBNT To
s open neaouaaners la some nncnl eitr
ie esrlueive molml . f - - - -.
point local and sub-ag-nts in every city ia iL
laici siaaiiseii BDSSB, Kipjf t. Boar. IB BUI
scran! demand, mxtd pay a n.t r-roCt of SO lo Its)
percent. Address THE L'NIOX COMPANY.
74s Broadsray. New Turk. SS
LIMBKR-U MBER YAHD ntlRiat. OP
all rmdes. raa secure steady employment in
the lamtarr yard of Chlcogo at tram f I to
f;uiperdayoa applicaiiua la prrsoa to k. E
HOOPER, nocretary of the tHucago I.a saber
a-d Dealer Aseisriattoa. mosa inamber or
Commerce, a. IL corner LoSsul and VI awhuagtoa
i. M. BEAkDSLLT,
ATTORNEY AT LAW-OfBco with J. T. Koa
wortby, 1TXS Second Aernao.
JllKSO A IllKST,
ATTOR1IEYS AT LA W. I In Rock Islsad
Mauusml Beak Building. Ka-fc Isiaad. 111.
B. B. SWXXSXT. C. L. S.LIII
SWEE5ET k vTALEER,
ATTORN" I YB AND OuCNSEcUiR) AT LAW
Otlco la BeBcetoa amea. koxk Isiaad. Hi.
JirEMKT A rESlBV
ITTOSSin AT LAW Loan
Bntv. msks oula tiom. hef,
oil Lynda, hoakera. I erase la pMoa,
M ISCELLAN EOU3.
THE DAILY ABbTS
FOR SALE EVERT KVENINO at Craaudoaa
hsw. stead. Pise cent pmr t-y.
DR.S. BCTUEBFORD A BITLEK.
GRADrATEOPTIIB ONTARIO TKTERMA
ry col tees. Veternary Phs-Musa aaa ntsine.
soei Tindali Livery st.nle; Resldeac: Over
After Bakery, market square.
trnje aa- tnew atarts
them la rsllraoa attiiet,
asaid f"T etrmlee.
VALENTIN S BROS .
1-11 JaaSaviu.. i.
Salesmen wf "LI D
To sell onr fnoda by sample to wholi n aad re
tail trad. We ars the larrest msaafartarers la
road by sample to a
W ars tha Largeat
iherai salary paid,
y ooeaacesl for wa,
war ins. unerai salary pud. rcra
tma. aVsaey ooeaacesl for ware,
OIC Pee ra raw ddr
CO . rhicaew. lia.
To efl th popalor M. B ADJUSTABLE PORVJ
COKrtaT. U waora by Lodm wiahinc cosaiotl
as a good turm. For porticwloe oadnrs
ELGIN CORSET CO,
Bitib Sraax-r. XLuIX, ill.
WM. 0. KULP. 0. 0. S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Boom , ST. r ..d tv,
Tak ZWrator. DAVENPORT. LA.
pH0TO-EN GRAVLLS Q,
J. IL OASPAKDs
Ukrary ahaDtUag. Desmport. Iowa, Call tor
MUaaaiaa and aatk cwimy to Cxdcaato
Fra fsasa lajarloaa Drafa. -
Of coarse we can give but a bint of
the desirable fabric. We call your at
tention to only a few.
SILK FINISH HENRIETTAS. 46
in. wide, all wool, blacks and colors,
75c a yd, 6 to 7 yds. for a pattern
Flgnre the coat and note what a small
anm Is required for a handsome dress.
EXCELSIOR WOOL STRIPES.
30 in. 23 cts a vd.
JTRONE SUITINGS. 52 in. 35o a
yard. There's a price forfyou.
Mohair plaids, 48 in, 55o a yd, fine
R5ck Island Illinois.
I Fiirnitiire and
Have the largest establUhmat West of Chicago.
PONT FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEWANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Non. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
INCORPORATED CNDEB TBB TUB STATS LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Opeo daily from S a. av to i p ax, aad ataraar ovtla- f rata T to S 'dork.
Five per cant Interest paid on Deposit. Money loaned on Personal Col
lateral, or Real Estate Secnrity
E. P. RlYNOUVi. Pro. f o. DCXKBANX. Tin Praa. J. SL BCPORfl, Onokmr.
P. U M Ucaeil B P RerwoMa. P. c. Drnkmasm . John -r.Sa.rk C. f. Lywde,
J.J. rUumrra. L. Htmon. S W H.n. J. . frd. m
JacasoB ilraor. ftolictvura.
an'tTafalmnTl coetea9'' " CC"W -
' tooiLCT. caoexsar.
Narrow Escape from Fire!
' 1 " "" 1 i missaa
Bat prices went down to moeOJi wants of every on wl thing to bay
OIL CLOTHS, SHADES, DEAPERY, Etc. '
PRICES IS PLAIN FIGURES.
KANN fc HUCKSTAEDT,
No. 1811 aad 1913 SrctmA aveaoe.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER, -
Removed to 219 Serenteenth Street
Mild Shoes look 'new. Softens
Leather. We recommend it
GEO. SOHNEEDEB, Jr., '
W rflk Avenue, 1S1 Setoad Aveaoe.
liev-oUl i Boca. Ea-rse Lnae Block.
Goods. . .
Double fold flannels 25o a yd.
Dress flannela. 52 la. 4 Oo a yd.
Plaids "and stripes, all wool 4o a
yd. and ap.
N ew robes la lata combination.
Worsted stripes S9o a yd.
Cashmerws, aU wool, 42 La. 50o a yd
Robos. bordered, taw left 'at $1
Trimmings in letast I styles Jast
We will be pleased tothave yo la-
i poet onr large stock.
Carpet Dealers 1
Summer is past; the lall
ins leaves remind us that
winter is at hand.
Have you taken np your
As to flower pots; X hare
a good astOTtment, plain
and decorated, sound and
hard, worth twice over, the
common pots, but cheaper
than they are elsewhere.
We will be glad to show
you samples, whether you
buy or not. .
O. IL LOOSL.EY,
1609 Second Are.
Hare you seen Schneider's
Mens Calf Shoesl
If sot, call a4 sea theas, aru! be eoa-
vlaoad that are baat n cot.
1 FOB STTLE.
FTT ASD PEICX,
Our ktoa's Shoe eaT be btaxL.
Wears Leaders ht
at loweat twicea. AS we aaa
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