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, M,k me will derote more than
-.ii rr.,r foriv Dicces double
i.hdress tricots at 18c per yd.
"xJ,, uprcial drive will upeaW 0 loud as
h-Hr-KD aa well BS Seen
tVe shall not v.tot vou to buy simply
,iib to give you the opportunity.
HE SKI ETTAS.
0e lot full line of colors at 23c per
J"ouh l"t. b'K l'n9 colors, 38 Inches
w1(1c ouly -He
There Infant imported Henriettas, full
line of colo s at 5io. ......
On tlii lst line we are advised the
Dew mrifT will advance 20 per cent.
V hop w" hHVe enough to la t ('ur
ine the seamtn, but some of the leading
fplnn may be closed out in a few day.
One ht of novelty .ohes, splendid
uunlity clolli, with fancy stripe border
Jhirh ' mIihII ort-T at 5 13 each. The
lowest price fur an elegant dress quoted
1713. 1714. 1716. 1718. 1730 and 1723 Hfcond Avbnub.
WfO created among the ladies since
the receipt of those clegiot work and
tcrftp baskets. They are of Indian man
ufneture, anil as the product is very
limits it is doubtful if we will have any
m re tbis season. Call and mike your
elt'otions or what you want may be gone.
1703 Scon3 Avenue.
ALAS K A
Copper-Smithing, Sheet Iron, Gas and
Steam Fitting, Also Sewer work.
BAKER & HOUSMAN,
Opposite Habper House
Howard Watches, Imported Watches,
H. D. FOLSOM.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Syrupy
Acttfquickly, is perfectly safe and
-Medietas known for all Kidney, Lang and Stomach troubles, !
6c a Bottle Samples free.
We are pleased to announce that not
withstanding the new schedule on plushes
and the scarcity of all the lower grades
we are able to secure a big drive in line
nap plus' es which we pluos on sale this
week at 83c per yard. They are mostly
dark shades, and especially adapted- for
costumes, combination tails and drap
eries. The lot is not a large one.
Another lot. splendid assortment of
colors, all the new shades at 44c a yard.
Silk velvets, all the new and desirable
colors at 60j per yard.
Two other lines of exceptional value
silk velvutB at 58c and 68c which we do
not expect to be able to match again,
when these lots are closed.
Both plushet and velvets are in great
demand and the prices are constantly ad
We are also showing many fancy silks
for trimmings, sleerei and combination
suits, which are very attractive, elegant
O.ir dress goods department is full of
choice novelties which cannot be des
cribed on paper. A personal inspection
5 feet bamboo easels, 88c
8x10 gilt frames, glas and mat, 30c.
8x10 white and gold frames, giass
and mat, 35c.
Decorated window shades complete
with spring fixtures, 35c.
Pure Irish Linen stationery per lb.
Wall paper at cost
1705 Second Ave.
for the Celebrated
rS.s. a W at i'i ia
never fails to cure all Lung troubles.
. . 10c, 23c and 50c Bottles.
and Liver Pills.
DmggiBt, Rock Island.
REED ON BULLDOZING.
Speech of the Great Eastsra on Sat
A Large Atieadaare f Lis tea te Stat
Very t:am . Piare Rrnaarka
Meaae J or alar Ma I a ra -Tart ft
Speaker Reed appeared at Knowlea
hall, Moline, on Saturday nij;ht,to a large
and intelligent audience. Them
many ladies present. Democrats also at
tended to hear what the gentleman had
to say. It was abont a quarter to nine
when In appeared, and Le closed his
speech at about 9:30. Th-:re was much
curiosity to see the man of botn so much
has been said. If a convincing argument
bad been expected thbre must have been
much disappointment. lteed is not a
great orator. In fact, he U a very ordin
ary one. He has the 'Vtwav down in
Maine'' drawl, eo peculiar to the people
there. He speaks slowly and with con
siderable humor. He is not wittr. One
would know he was too slow for that.
He began by saying several sarcastic
things about the democratic party at
which the people laughed. At the com
mencement the tendency of his remarks
was to keep the audience -n good humor,
but as for that they came prepared to be
pleased at anything he Blight say. In
fact, when he spoke of members attend
ing the sick beds of wiv a or children at
home, there were many who laughed be
cause Heed said it. Tiiev seemed tn
think that Reed came there to keep them
in a roar, and it did seed as if that was
the task he bad laid out for himself, for
be left nothing for his audience to think
over sfter he had eone. except that he
was a very droll and plessant fellow, in
deed. He must have liken his hearer.
for very simple people, fur he went into
an explanation of the object of electing
representatives to congress, and what
they were supposed to d t when they got
there. He dwelt principally upon bis
own method of carrvmi? on the "busi
ness" of the country; found fault with
having the roll called so often; calculated
the time it took to do it; regretted the
course of wasting so much time over
deaths in the house s Jjournment upon
the announcement of a member dying,
and a day given to the eulogy
of the deceased favored the En
glish principle whsrs this practice
was not indulged in, and other
matters of a sim:lr nature did
Reed dwell on. All tl is tine manv of
the people were waiting until the speaker
should put ande his facetiousnesa and
take up the serious discussion antici
pated. But he kept in the same vein.
shading his fun by soire seriousness now
and again. He Bait that a man who
shuts his mouth in contrress his renre.
sentation was a farce. He. perhaps, did
not intend to openly hit Mr. Gest, but If
he had studied his remarks be could not
hive done it better. Over and over
main he criticised the democratic editors
as if they proved a continual thorn in his
flesh. He mentioned Oest once. He
said the people here Hhould vote for him
because he stood like a log in the house.
What he had in his mind was. perhaps,
that he sat like a log there, for no one
knew the fact better than Reed himself.
WOCI.D NOT 8Pi aC OF TARIFF".
Mr. Reed said he would not speak on
the tariff, as be had lieen speaking else
where that day. He spoke of the sur
plus and said they b.d reduced it by giv
ing 140.000,000 of it to the soldier and
$60,000,000 of it to the abolition of the
sugar tax. Tbis wa not clear, but Reed
did not stop to further ex pi tin. The
people might think over it after be bad
gone. Then be for.- he closed he said
the tariff bad been enacted in the face of
an election and woa:?ver might be said it
showed that the people who made It a
law bad the courag; to do It He asked
his hearers to give it a chance snd that
all would be well. Then be sat down,
and there was utter astonishment and
disappointment up n the faces of rar.ny
and in the minds o" all. The intellectual
Jumbo had been fn ighted to their midst
and yet he had not uttered a thing that
was new nor given them the slightest
food for reflection, except that they had
made a mistake in bringing him here.
He bad created some mirth, but be left
no serious thoughts behind bim. The
tariff of ail thit.gs be ignored. He
damned it by fain', praise in saying it was
the common sense of the people and that
tbey should give it a trial and all would
The Union kner that by being honest
and giving a trull ful report of this speech
the people who bad not heard it would be
disappointed, bo to keep up the delusion
as long as possib e, it bad set up a long
mass of matter that Reed did not say. It
looked as if it had been in type for several
days before the (peecb was made, and
there were plent ful expressions of "ap
plause" and "cb :ers" and "lauKhtet" and
other such interesting things. But what
must the readers of the Union think when
tbey learn how tbey have been and are
being imposed tpon. A lengthy speech
was printed as if coming from Reed a
speech upon the force bill and alenglby
discussion of the tariff when not one
word of it was uttered . The force bill
was not even mentioned, and the tariff,
as has been aalil already. Reed said he
would not discuss nor did he.' Is there no
limit to the forgery, lying, misrepresenta
tion, double d alicg, unfairness. Iniquity,
and general rascality of that sheet? Das
it lost all respi-ct for those who read it
or has it lost til sense of shame in its fits
of desperation t
Beta (tad Fate.
Mr. John von Eoeckritz, of Daven
port, brother of Mr. 'Jlorst von Eoeck
ritz, of this ci .y. met with a sad fate in
Davenport a'xiut 11 o'clock Saturday
night. In company with two friends be
was returning from Rock Island, having
been over here attending the Catholic
fair, sod the ma had just run down off
the bridge on Second street la Daven
port, when it jumping from tits car, von
Eoeckritz fell upon the brick pavement,
striking the back of his head with such
force that he was picked up unconscious
and conveye 1 to his home, 508 Farcam
street, where he lingered in a comatose
condition nr til yesterday morning when
he expired f tm concussion ef the brain.
He was a m t exemplary young man in
all respects snd consequently much
teemed. Hs was'lwenty-flve Tears of
age and ma le his home with his widowed
soother. T he funeral occurred at Dav
enport this afternoon. . .
The high price of ice provokes so many
jokes that you will Had an ice wag-on
seany orerr paper,
THE BOCK ISLAND ARGUS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 27. i90.
THE SW AND ER MATTE K-
A. Helta Paarr Hle That aiet
aaeafaare Lrikely ( Unw aat C It
A loiter rma Or. Piper.
. The Moline Republican holds that the
criminal practices adopted by the Moline
manufacturers in compelling Township
Collector D. L. Swander, of that city, to
renounce Mr. Cable to whom he had voN
untarily offered his support, is likely to
result in indictments being drawn at the
the next term of the circuit court against
those who criminally persecuted Swan
Dr. Piper, chairman of the democratic
city committee of Moline wrote the fol
lowing letter to Saturday night's Repub
lican on the subject:
Editor of the Republican:
Molinb, 111., Ort. 25. In Dan 8 wan
dor's open letter to Mr. B. Cable la last
night's DUpateh he intimates that he had
been influenced by me to work for the
democratic ticket. Tbis is false. The
facts in the case are: Oa the 9t of O
tober 1 met Mr. Dan Swander in D. W.
Gould's office, for the first snd only time.
He opened the conversation by saying that
be felt under obligations to the democratic
party because by its aid he was elected
collector last spring; that he wanted to
prove himself grateful hy doing all be
could to secure Mr. Cable's election, and
that be would work and do his best from
then until tWciion for that purpose
He could not work at the polls, be
said aa he was too feeble, but he
would do good work in the meantime.
He said one reason he had for not sup
porting Oest was. that be had tried for
the last four years to get a pension; but
that Gest had failed to obtain it for
him. ,Of course," he said, I am a
poor man, but nevertheless I will do all I
can." I banded him $20 and told him to
take it, as it would help him along,
thanking him for the interest be took in
Mr, Cable's election. These are the facts
in the case, and tbey clearly prove that
Mr. Swander came of his own free will
and offered his services in Mr. Cable's ins
trrests. It is the only interview that I
ever had with Mr. Swander during tbia
If f 20 for nearly four weeks work can
be considered boodle, the boodlera must
be living on a very alim diet. Every
worker, be he a politicion or a mechanic,
is entitled to pay for what he does, hence
both parties, democratic as well as re
publican, bave to pay their respective
workers during the campaign for work
done. This is perfectly legitimate busi
ness, not "boodlcism.""
I understand well, however, the cause
for Mr. Swander 's recent action, which
in due lime will be made public and
bring to light one of the blackest and
most contemptible acts ever performed
in a free country by certain capitalists.
Cbas. Sutcliffe wears a happy smile.
It is a boy and one of the finest.
The vestry of Trinity church will hold
a meeting at the rectoiy tonight at 7:Hd.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Savadge bave
returned from their wedding trip and are
at the Harper.
Tomorrow being the feast of Ss
Simon and Jude, there will be services at
Trinity church at 9 o'clock.
The ladies of the First M. E. church
give a sociable at the church tomorrow
night. Supper from 6 to 9
Econgressman Wortbington, of Pe
oria, speaks at Moline tonight and will
undoubtedly be greeted by an immense
The vote for the silk umbrella at the
Catholic tfir tttnds: For Cable. 330:
for Gest, ZOO. The polls will close with
the fair Wednesdny night.
For the accommodation of those who
go to Moline tonight to bear the address
of Hon. N.E. Worihiniftoo at Peal's ball,
cars will return to Rock Island after the
Mrs. A. J. Whitney left Ibis morning
for Odensburg, New York, to visit her
mother, accompanied by Mrs. Ur. Bailey
and Mm. H. Crawford, of Builington,
Miss Emma Fiebig.daugbter of Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Fiebig, was given a pleas
ant surprise at her borne on Seven
teenth street by a number of ber friends
last Saturday evening.
The Stone Directory company reports
that the offices of clubs, societies, etc..
are slow in sending in the information
desired which is the name and number
of the society, the time and place of
Air. David Levy, or St. Louis, a mem
ber of the i bulling manufacturing firm
of Stramm. Lnlman & Gulbuian. of that
city, and an uncle of Mr. E. I. Leveen
and G. Joseph, of the Loudon Clothing
company, is in the city to witness the
grand opening of the London Clothing
Rev. Wilbur F. Crafts, of New York.
founder of the American Sabbath asso
ciation, delivered a powerful address at
the Central church yesterday afternoon at
3 o'clock In support of the Sunday rest
movement. At the conclusion of bis re
marks, a resolution was adopted petitions
ing the Columbian commission io charge
of the Chicago world's fair to decide at
once not to bave the exposition open
At the conference between Vice Presi
dent and Director Dickiosoa of the
Holmes syndicate and the Moline author
itiea Saturday nisht, Moline withdrew its
demand for one per cent, of the groas
earnings under the electric system for
five years at least, but retained the re
quirement for conductors on both lines.
This the Holmes people accepted, hsving
decided to put conductors on their lines
in the cities of Rock Island and Moline.
About 300 democratic voters of the
Fourteenth ward met at the corner of
Twentieth and Csrr streets last evening
to ratify their city ticket. It was an en
thusiastic crowd, and one that can carry
out its promise to torn up an increased
majority In the Fourteenth. Rousing
speeches were made by m. HcEniry. of
Kork Island, Judge Anderson and Col
J. R Claiborne. St. Louis Republic!
Last Saturday morning a man- about
thirty five years of age regiatred at the
Rock Island house as Wm. 8imn.ona, of
Muncie, Ind. In the afternoon he rented
a twelve bore double-barrelled shot gun
at Koch's shop on Market square. He
theo went to Kerr's livery stable and
hired a rig to go hunting. He was given
a aara .nrown or oiack borse and com
rortame eideDar buggy. He has not
since returned ao Msrshal Miller is ad
vertising for a borse thief with the de
scription given above.
The following ladies will take part in
the concerts and readings to be given by
tne rtoapiiai uuua at sirs. J. K. Ba
ford's residence. Tbursdsy evening. Oct
SUtb.atH o clock: Hrs. Frank Gould
Miss Mabel Cad v. Moline; Mrs. E. P
Lymsn, violinist. New York; Miss Olga
Schmidt, Davenport; Misses Connelly
ana uest. sirs run sutcnelt and Hrs.
Will Collins, Rock Island. Doors open
to all. Admission, nity cents.
Mr- Gottlieb Beck expired at 8 o'clock
Saturday night at his home in Reynolds'
block, or softening ol the brain, with
which he had been a sufferer for years
Mr. Beck was a German by birth and
was forty-six years of age. He had
lived in Rock Island since 1805, hsving
been successively a book keeper for Geo
Wagner and as a member of the bottling
nrm or junge s neck, retiring from the
latter firm because of failing health. He
leaves a wife and two sons, Emil aod
Carl. Mr. Beck was a very active and
public-spirited citizen up to the time be
was prostrated by Dlaesa, and was very
popular with all. The funeral occurred
this afternoon. Rev. R. F. Sweet, of
Trinity church, officiating. The Modem
Woodmen society had charge of the scm
ices at the grave. '
DEDICATED AND FREE.
The Services at the First M. P.
Church Yesterday Horning.
A KesaarkaMe Aehleveaseat la Ua.al
aatlaa a Dekt- nrteew Theaaa
Dallara Wipe Oat la a sthart
Periaa er Tlair. .
The new Fust M. E. Church at the
corner of Fifth avenue and Nineteenth
street was dedicated to the worship of
God with interesting ceremonies yeeter
dsy morning. The church was crowded
with people of all denominations, all or
whom were filled with pleasure and
pride with the beauty and elegance of
the edifice. The Sunday school room
was also thrown open to accommodate
the congregation. On the pulpit plat
form were stands of flowers, contributing
nature's loveliness to the attractiveness
of the scene. The well trained choir
was arranged in pyramidal form to the
right of the pulpit, and was under the
leadership and direction of Prof. G. R
Housel. with Mias Ella M. Wilcox as
Seated upon the platform and tx-low It,
in front of the pulpit were. Presiding El
der M. A. Head, of the Rock Island M.
E. district, Rev.G. W. Gue. pastor, and
the following former pastors of the
church: Key. R. Haney. D. D., of Cam
eron, 111 ; Rev. J. H. Rhea, D. D.. of
Marshalltown, Iowa; Rev. L. B. Eent.
Jacksonville, III.; Rev. R. G. Pearce. D.
D., Monmouth, III.; Rev. N. P. Graves,
Bloomington. TIK. while the visiting
ministers present were. Rev. R. A.
Brown, Aledo. III.; Rev. H. Brink, Mil
lersburg. III.; Rev. O. M. Dunlevy.
Eeitbsbnrg. Ill ; Rev J. E. Riason. Rey
nolds III.; Rev. M. M. McCreight. Milan.
Ill ; Rev. John Gimpson, Taylor Ridge.
III.; Rev. J. W. McCord, Orion. 111.; Rer.
W. S. Marquis, of the Broadway Presby
terian church in tbia city.
To the pastor, Rev. G W. Gue, yester
day was the most gratifying experience
in his lire, witnessing as it did the trium
phant consummation or Lis labors to
which is due Hie erection of the grand
temple which is tn stand for years as
an evidence Christian enterprise and pub
Mr. Gue conducted the services which
he opened with scripture reading, fol
lowed by the rendition by the choir of
Over a Thousand Tongues Sball Sing."
Prayer was offered by Rev. B. I. Ives,
D. D.. or Auburn. New York.
after which their was an anthem by tbe
Choir, when Dr. B. I. Ives. D. D.. preached
the dedicatory sermon, taking bis text
from tbe firth chapter of Paul's Epistle
to tbe Romana:
And Without btdillus of blood than I. .-
The sermon wss thoughtful, scho'arly
and eloquent, being devoted chiefly to tbe
atonement of Christ without which it
was held there is no reformatory influ
ence. Han s ruin is accomnlishnl lv
in, but bis restoration must be through
tb atonement. Through it also the sal
vation or all is possible. At the conclu
sion or bis discourse Dr. Ives sooke or
tbe new, and beautiful, and commodious
church, which bad cost, be said. 935.000
complete, a remarkably low figure for such
a structure . It was not only substantial.
but conveniently adapted to all tbe var-
soui branches of christisn work and wor
ship. It was pleasant to speak io. and
was an edifice that would atand for years
and years to come.
Turning sgain to the cost of the church
he stated that tbe originally esti
mated coat or the building was $19,500
Tuis had been paid, but there was a dif
ference of $15,510 due. Then be pros
ceeded to raise this amount then and
there. First he asked for aixun
pledges, and it took him twenty minutes
to in this way remove 98.000 of the
church indebtedness. Then be succeeded
in getting fifteen $200 pledges, twenty
100 pledges and various amounts in
smaller contributions until he hkd re-
ceived a promise of f 16.700. enough to
provide for every dollar of tbe obligations
agtinst the church and $1,300 to
spare. It wss the greatest achievement
eyer seen In Rick Island of raising 16..
700 in a congregation in a spsce of forty
After tbis amount bad been raised Dr.
Ives formally dedicated tbe church to tbe
orship of God.
21 William D Sugar to W H Chara
lot S. block 26. old town of Moline. Sotl
Ruth S Child by administrator, to John
Lafquist, lot 12, block 2. Child's second
addition to Moltne, f 500.
C Wigers to J B Oakleaf. lot 6. block
Child'a second addition to Moline.
J a uakleaf to U M Wigera. lot 0.
oioca i. mna s wait-on to Moline, St.
Ruth S. Child, by administrator, to C.
F. Hemenws. executor, lot 6. block 1.
Child s sect. . sddltion to Moline. il5(
C. F. F . .way. executor, to H. M.
Wigers, 1 . 6. block 1, Child s addition to
Moltne, f 1.
J. E. Crouch to G. Stephens, tl. arl
nwj. am wj aw and w. w$. 11. 16.
2w, B out).
W L, Thurston to T C Nutter, lot S
block 2. Healey'a Aral addition to Mnlin
H snawto L U Walker, i nr lot 8.
DiocK Xd. per plat of town or Moline,
a. u uujer el al to R Oh hrer. 1 it S
uioca on, vnicago or Lower addition to
Kock Island, f 300.
20 C t White to Giaf Anderaon. lot
. uioca n, unmiu s uo. s addition to
Robinson Nye to W H Chase, lot 6
mock 0, Wood s second addition to Mo
Mons Olson to Alor J. Torp, part o
lot 6. 5. 17. lw. part aw), nej. $1,250.
rrancis mack to Mary Smith, lots 2
and a, block 11. old town of Hampton
Mary P Henderson to William Payne,
parj iui iu, i, n, sw, f,30 00.
S P Moose- to W Payne. sw, part lot
10. 1-4, 17, 2w. 9750 go.
4 a wnght to a Sears, part sal. 8. io
r w aetata ot Charles Dunn. Prf
or nonce to creditors filed; inventory
1 1 JLilale of Thomas Shea. Bond
mea ana approved; letters testamen
tary issued to Pie roe Eeaoe.
81 fcstate of Elisabeth Johnson
r inai report oi executor Bled and order
nisi, approving same 07 Sow. 15, and
mat execute r notify heirs by personal
x.siaie or nary Lin back, alias Mary
Johnson. Executor's report filed and ap-
uuaroiaaanip 01 Anna Bock. Guars
diaa'i report filed and nnnrovari.
Estate of J Ehlers Inventory filed aad
jw twate of Ambrose Searl Final
repon in executor oa and order nisi
approTujc aame oy otr. Z2 and that ex
i ana legatees by per
The Peoria Orator to Speak in Mo
liae. Hob. N. E. Worthington, of Peoria,
ex member of congress aad an able and
well-known speaker on the issues of the
day will speak at Moiioe tonight Aa
Immense mass meeting will t im out to
Oysters at Krell & Math's.
Hard wood at E. B. McKowa's soft
Go to Hoi brook's, Davenport, for car
pels and silk curtains.
Send your friends to Erell & 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 A rocs office.
Psrlor suites and fsncy chairs of every
description at Holbrook's. Davenport.
Ice cream always on hand and served
by the diah all winter at Krell St Math's.
A bsndsome line of book rases and
Cabinets just received at Holbrook's, Dav
enport. An elegant assortment or dining tablea,
chairs and hat racks at Holbrook's. Dav
enport. When you want a nice dish of fresh
oysters step in to Erell 3k Math's and or
der them op in any style.
Adams, tbe credit man, la showing a
beautiful line of rail patterns in carpets.
Call and see blm, 322 Brady street, Dav
enport. Bear in mind we do not quit making ise
cream when cold weather seta In. and you
can get it in any quantity Io tbe coldest
weather. RemerjiOer Krell it Math's and
get the best.
The Crown dining ball. No. 1709 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready tn furnish yon
the heat meal in the city for 25 cents. A.
B. Johnson, proprietor.
Physical Cellar Ciaaaaa
will meet for tbe first lesson on Tnesdsy.
Oct- 28 at 16(i9 Second avKnoe, as fol
lows: General clas. 10:30 a. ov; stu
dents class, (misses from 12 op) 4 p. m.;
evening class, for those employed through
the day. 7 p. m. ; lessons occupy one hour.
Those ex p cling to take tbe course should
begin on Tuesday. Terms, for the course
(two lessons weekly for six weeks) $10.
of which V 5 is payable in advajce and $5
at tbe sixth lesson. No tight clothiog
will be allowed upon the floor. Pupils
not prepared with special costumes are
requested to wear blouses, jerseys, or
other loose garments.
Save big money by buying your furni
ture, carpets, oil cloth and draperies at
tbe C. F. A lams' Home Furnishing
House. 822 Brady street, Davenport.
Don't mias seeing our fall stock of in-
ratn carpets. ve make a specialty of
Angnra, tbe new weave. The Adams.
22 Brady street. Davenport
t5t1.mil) to loan on real eeiala aeenritr.
in sums or 24M) and upward, at lowest
current rates or interest, without com
mission. E. W. Hurst. Attorney at
law. Rock Island.
Save tbe boys and the girls rrom arro-
fula and other forms of impure blood by
giving tbecn Hood's Saroaparilla
It is s glorious tbiog to resist tempt as
ions, but it will be money in your pocket
if you avoid them.
J. E. KoSTto.l,
OKI Ulnar 0x1 T.
THURSDAY, OCT., 30th.
S;.ec il EnmDHot of W. J. FLEMING'
Ureal Production of
IN 80 DAYS.
Nothing like -it ever Attempted! The
Greatest Spectacular in Existence.
40 GRAND ARTISTS 40
Nrw awl Beautiful Scenery !
Mi perl) Yt antral :
Dazilinc Prusertlea ! Oilinmr lmu,m'
feraod Amazonian Karen!
An Efficient Corr of Auxiliary Fnrcm.
PTIce VIS. 90 and VSc. Ht.U on aale Tr.aadaw
SU per cant redaction for the next 30 dara
on BuJ'iraand aprlug Waou.
No. 1610, ltns aad 1614, Third A,
la the chcapem place In tha county to hay Car
rlagea, Bugftca, Palnta, Una. etc.
W. C. MAUCKER,
Bavioe purchiaed the
Property whirb be baa bad laflurd for the bo
tal buainaaa. mi aow prepared to accua
aaodata trauairnt gaeata.
Day and Regular Boarding
atverr reasonable price.
He ia alao cngagej la the
at tba aaraeplacc with a chclce lot of Grucarlra.
r arm produce a apecialtT.
HORST VON KCECKRITZ, Pharmacia!
PaaenuFTioxa a 8rsciai.rr.
Fourth Are. and Twenty-Third St.
. . ui stress
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured oa land wort from
three to five ttaaea tba amooat
of tbe loan.
Iataratt T par cant semi aaaaaDy. collected' aai
raatmad traa at caarga. -
K. W. HURST,
Attobjtzt at Law
1 aad aaaoalc Twaipla.
BOOS ISLaiXD, TIL.
From asinir tor Coagta, ColJa, Bora
Throat and Incipient Long Trochlea
It is plea Bant to the taste aad will rare
the tnoat obstinate cold. Prepared by
Sold by all druggists at 5 cents per
bottle. Insist oa haying it.
ROCK ISLAND. I
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THEVC
aau." -Uort." "Kale- ana 'Kent maUrwm.
Cheap. t and brt pli
anu." "Uol " -Male" anS -Kenl'
Only one-half rent a word. Zearrbmlr laada thai
col v. ma. Try a.
MONET 1"ASEI OX FtRMTTkK at ISM
!Mcuo4avMae. J. W. JONES.
r"IR HALE A Flg I.T OF MIMICAL '
a. atramenta. elan a full art of ml um'i ml
at J. . mhi aecoaa haaa atora,
LOT A LAKGC BLArR NEWFOUNDLAND
Dot; welirta ahoat 10 noaada; while aa
-.-v irom i rev aba laa; reward la Bade. Ma.
Sul bixth avews..
SEOONO-HANO Ft RS ITU IcE, hoaaht. sM
or exrhanred. M.iw nr fr.r-tt .M
wir m noaiaiM untr rinj aad Third kia,
TTOR sale valuable i-atemt 11
X pianarnl OS tlenlnn. Now im tnnte
Mar Finlahlas Work. WSS Haatlloa au, rkllMa
fa; amerrwa lire and liaih-. (or fall pr-rwraiar
W7 audi 4. au.ui, inn
WASTED M.1TAKLE rARTY TO LEtRN
nar baa4ea and travel for aa : Ui ian
American; atradr pwii.; rail arteraooa t I
'rDu. looaierrial Bote-1 i-;r
WA1 KD-Aa aruv. Trarellnr eJeaaa Io
aril a (varral liar of war MrnLhaodie.
airrrhaaia only. Oond ware and exaeoar pad.
n Boieaaieumo w-is, MaaLinftoB bl .Chicago.
WANTED A PLACE IN A PRIVATE
family by a maa and bit ir; the maa la
lo-macrny acquainted with lb datten Incidental
tba cars of harara. aad lb. womaa la a
peirni aonaa keeper. Beat refarwacea flaaa.
TTTASTSU.-A LADY To MANAilB a
W Branch offlre. at her own boese. for tba Fa-
nona renaie nperiac -Xranre U:y": a apledid
u..".unjtj, auurwaa wua aiaaip. Tn. lr. Ouoa
Icy Medical InatUala. buatb Bend lad.
WANTED TO SELL SLfceERT
axparl nenaea. or coanlwioa fruoi
enca aecraaary. ootflt frre. Wnu fur tei
UB rue terma.
aiatiairaire u. a
Koataeaier. X. V.
HOJkLR CO , XareeryaMa.
WANTED it EN KR.L STATE AUENT To
opn brailqaarirra la aoate principal Uy.
ar-uBe irloatra rotiirol of oar baeinva. aad ap
point loral aad aob-ac nta ta .vary city la IU
alate ; fmla well koowa. etapl. aa Soar, la anl-
Trraaj deauuxt. aad paa a al t r.l ui an to I
per rem Aiionwa TUB LNKlN t.VlalPANT.
. onauvij, .'tw a or a. M
LlNRkR LI MBER TAH3 WOKBMEa OF
all rradea, can arcare Wrady rt o)inrtl ta
j mu . v nycmeo at Troai
f I Ou nrr day on applkaUoo la peraoa
HOOPER Horrrtary of Ibr (Suram
SI SU to I
la a. a
Commrrrr. S. E. corner LaaUe aad
atrreta. Cbicaao, III.
J. JL BEAkDSLETy
ITTORNKT AT LAW Offlra wllh J. T. Kan-
a a woruy. i ,a aeeons ATenaa.
-AtKSOX A HIRST,
ITTORjTETS AT LAV. OfBca la Rook lalaad
UKauonai nana Bulldlnc. Knck laiaad. IU.
s. n. awxxaxr. c a. waiasa.
SWEE5ET k WALKER,
ATTORSITS AXD COtrVSKLLOR AT
omem la Beagalo-a bloaa. Rock laiaad. 1
McE.MBT A HtESlSr,
I TTORNIT-S AT LAW Loan (aoarron
i aacnrlty. make eolloctlona. Refarence, M itca-
wii bjiwo. Banner, ornoe ta roatotaoa btocft.
THE DAILY ARSCS.
FOR SALS EVERT EVBS1SQ at Crastptonl
Hewa bland. Fire ceau per copy.
DBS. RUTHERFORD A BUTLER,
GRADrATEOFTHE ONTARIO YETEBXA
ry eollera. Veternary Phyalcune ana Sore man
Office Timlatl a Livery atabie;
Jtawra aaaery. aurket aguara.
VAIFITlir'C Teaches lurtsdeets a
IrtLLLIIBCO trati. mat taa starts
tbea la railroad earn a..
aeoa icw crrrniara
VALEVTINE BROS .
1S-1S JalBaTtLU. Vml
To aeD ear r rfa by aaiaple to wnolr-ali and ta- I
talltrada. We are tba larreat auaafactarar. la
oar una. unrrai aalary paid, f remanent aoal-
Ooa. Money advanced fur wAfM, sdMtiaiag,
ate rurrara alreaa
ciitEEHiAb aro. co.. raicaca.ni.
To aelUhe popalar M. E. A Wr STABLE FORM
whbs . ti ia worn ky I artiea wtahinc
and a good form. For aantaalara aodraee
ELGIN CORSET CO.
bjtbb sraan. SLoU. ILL.
WM. 0. KULP.D. D.S.
OFFICB REMOVED TO
Tab. Elevator. HAVES POET. I A.
Baildtac. DnewaumL Iowa. Call foe
aad aaa work belara awiaB ba Caicat
Uoyd & Stovart,
Hock Island. Illinois.
Have the largest establishment Wast of Cbicacat
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Not. 124, 126 and 128 Slxnth 8lret,
iBCoaroaATtD cxdee tbe tub statb law.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
HOCK ISLAND, XLX.
Opea 4ai!y Croat ta.aa.v naad Maraay raaUri tram Tut a-ctock.
Fle per oentlaterest paid oa Deposits. Koaey loaaad oa PeraoaaUCoU
laural. or Real Estate Security
. F. RITXOUrS, Ftwa. 9 C. OEXEHAXM. vm-trm. J. at. I FORD, CaaklaT.
r- U MifcraeiL E F Renoida. F ?. Dr.kana Jobs OabaarV C. t. Lraaa.
J. J. Rriatcra. L. Nv. E . Bam. J. a. Balora.
Jataana a Hcmt. aiitifa.
rSF-l! brr-a aor J.i, n, aad will occay baakicc roam wu HucbeJi A Lraaa
aaiil aear bank M oualetea.
Vvjgf aV .
V v alii? &
Narrow Escape from Fire !
Bat priors went down to meeCtbe wants of erery one wising to bay-
OIL CLOTHS. SHADES, DRAPERY, Etc.
PRICES IS PLAIN FIGURES.
KANN & HUOKSTAEDT,
So. 1811 aad 131J StcoaJ aveao.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER,
Removed to 219 STentenLh Street
flakes Shoes look rmr. Softens
LeatLct. Vc recommend it
Cooler veataer at aaad jest eouk rhni ta re
saiad one of the colder days ta eosne. We sraatto
upnjy yoar seeds la coid sreatker roods. May bey mm
UNDERWEAR. If yoa a red aoae yourself how
eboet la childieaf Call and I aspect or hare la
white, acarkt aad aataraL We could ssaa prlo-e oa
eeveral Hate bat Toe win keow suae aaore of their
alae wbea yoa are Ueea, We are eure yoa will ap
preciate low price.
CLOAKS- Hat jot sera our lias r.
Children's Cloaks? .
A visit ta tab drparteaeat will repay ?C Raids,
plains aad otber effects frocs 4 years to 19 yaara.
Tbe best thief, about tbe wkol array of efaOdm'a
aad ssiase cloaks ta Uat tbey cost eo tittle saoaey Ui
aeeeoa. Real merit at anal coat. Brief the cfeUdrea
More a beat ladies' cloaks srbea we ks tbe space.
Ia lac meaa time pay a aiart ta tbe ladies' dcpertasral-
Ioa1 lot ret oor blacket deprtrrjat Wait be1ee -alttce
pair. Grey blaakeu at tl -IS a pair. Not
pare Aestraliea wool, of coarse aot. bat tbey will keep
yoa warm. Lota of better nee. Toa oagbt ta mem
our 2 30 all wool scarlet blanket.
Summer la pxst; tie tail
ing leaves remind us that
Mtlnter Is at hand.
Hare you taiea up your
As to flower pots; I have
a good assortment, plain
and decorated, sound and
bard, worth twioe over, tha
common pots, but cheaper
than they ara elsewhere.
We will be glad to show
you samples, whether you
buy or not.
O. M. IjOOSLEY,
1009 Second Ave.
HATe you aeen Schneider J -
Mens Calf Shoes!
If aot. can aad eee.tbeaa. at i be cor
iaced titat we beat all i
FIT AXD PRICI
We are Leadcta la
at lowest prkx. All we ask
is a trial.
GEO. SOm?BIDEB, Jr.,
ll SecoaJ ATeaua, ! !
saooaj ATeaua, '
Harper Boase Blockw