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. .,.ir we nil! devote mote than
a-- nll n'r f"r,T piece double
"d . . .;..! t 18Jc ner d.
" Tun SIH--'"1 (,riv" wi" "P11 8 l0Ud M
!,mn as well as seen
sh8ii not rsim you to buy simply
wish t'ivc the opportunity.
0e !,,t full line of colors at 23j per
'Till.; ! I''S liml co,ors- 88 inches
Bidr unlv l,:
TlM.st- l-u'Htit imported Henriettas, full
lire of rolo Kt 5 f
,)n iliii Nft line we are advined the
tnr:fT will Hdvance 3 PT c nt.
We li'T" w" ,,sve cn',,"''n 10 ,l4:' ur"
i,,,. the !'H-in. lint ome of the leading
? 1... ..I..C...1 mt in a fiw Hhv.
fl.liTS llin i"- --- - j -
(),. lot of novelty .oies. splendid
u,iliiv cloth, with fancy stripe border
whi.'ti'w nlinll otl -r at 18 each. The
lnwcf prici! for an elegant dress quoted
thi-) y r-
1713. 17X4. 1718. 1718. 1720 and 1728 Skconb Avknitb.
'In ht'en en-Mod among the ladies since
the receipt of those elegant work and
ittp baskets. They are of Indian man
ufscture, and as the product is very
limlierl it is doubtful if we will have any
m re this season. Call and make your
lections or whit you want may be gone.
1703 Second Avenue.
A. J. SMITH & SON,
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rV: ink-Is inow replete with Novelties. Cull and compare our stock and price.
A. J. SMITH 5c SON,
T." ami 127 West Third Street. Opp. Masonic Temple, DAVENPORT-
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-WALL PAPER COMPANY-
314 Twentietli St.,
And PostofEw Block, Moline. ROCK ISLAND.
. FINE WALL. PAPER Exctiw1r agents for the f,,ll..winff x lnnrmt Wll Paper
J wuiries : llire .v son. J.in. w.iy .. I.it-rl S. Uohbs A Co., Nevia Uaviiaud, Nea
ork all I'aprr Co.. anil Kutierl (Iraven c
ShK L 1; l hMALS-Mii, u includes all
below oilier dealers
Howard Watches, Imported Watches,
H. D. FOSOM.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Syrupy
Actsjquickly, is perfectly safe and never fails to cure all Lung troubles.
TRY IT. 10c, 25c and 60c Bottles.
Medicine known for all Kidney, Long and Stomach troubles, is
Thomas Kidney and Liver Pills.
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 big drive in line
nap plus es which we place on sale this
week at 89c per yard. They are mostly
dark shades, and especially adapted for
costumes, combination suits and drap
eries. The lot is not a large one.
Another lot. splendil assortment of
colors, all the new shades at 44c a yard.
Silk velvets, all the new and desirable
colors at 60 3 per yard.
Two other lines of exceptional value
silk velvets at 58c and 68c which we do
not expect to be able 10 match again,
when these lots are closed.
Both pliiBbe and velvets are in ireat
demand and the prices are constantly ad
vancing. We are also shoeing many fancy silks
for trimmings, sleeve and combination
suits, which are very attractive, elegant
Our dress goods department is full of
choice novelties which cannot be des
cribed on paper. A personal inspection
5 feet bamboo easels, 8Sc.
8x10 gilt frames, glass and mat, 80c.
8x10 white and gold frames, giass
and mat, 35c.
Decorated window shades complete
with spring fixtures, 35c.
Pure Irish Linen stationery par lb.
Wall paper at cost.
1705 Second Ave.
:t?x' - t&T:t mbcc pints.
the Art papers. Prices from lfttoSO per cent
Druggist, Bock Island.
ISSUES MADE PLAIN.
Hon. N. E. Worthing ton, ef Peoria,
Tellic the People HNrM Vuetm
Aaktac Tkesa t CmMar the Mat
ter TheamaelveB The Tariff the
Prtaelpal Mabject Ilasisse.
Hon. N. E. WorthiDBtou. of Peoria.
who has been in congress twci terms from
that diitrict, spoke in Peal's hall, Moline,
night, to an audience that filled
every part of space available, and an
audience that listened with the utmost
attention to every word that was said.
As is known to many here. Mr. Worth-
ngton is a clear, pleasant, logical and
forcible speaker, and the questions he
discussed were presented in such a way
that the most youthful in his audience
could readily comprehend.
While he admitted Mr. Tused to be a
man of ability he thought it strange that
while speiking in that city recently be
did not defend or explain in someway
the general outcry that haH been raised
against the tariff bill. The people had a
right to expect that much. t least.
With reference to Reed's defense of
his bulldozing methods in the house he
had much to say, among otoer things be
ing that Reed was pursuing a course to
day as speaker of the houstt that he sig
nally condemned a few years ago when
leader of his party in thut body. His
theory was then that a full, free, frank
diacusHion was the life of legislation and
be insisted upon having that principle
carried out. In those duys when the
democrats had a majority he would by a
nod of his heap or a wave of his hand
control his republican followers in the
house and say to the democrats, "Vou
have the majority; you raw that bill,"
while restraining the republicans from
voting upon it. What excune does he
give now for his change of method ? At
some length did the sptaker hold up
Reed's sudden change of heart and man
ner against a long e?tabli bed precedent
He sbowod also that the democrats found
it a necessity to become obstructionists
Why should they not be so when perni
cious legislation was about to be enacted?
Why should they not interpose themseK
ves between the people aid ruinous legis-
atioDi But the faci is that the republicans
were determined to have everything their
own way. They counted a Quorum
whether there was one or not; they oust
ed democrats and put nagroes in their
places; they wou'd not linen to discuss
sion on the must import ant matters, not
even on the tariff bill, w aich came back
t.) the house from the tenate with 470
amendments. Not half the amendments
were read even. Paysoti, of this state,
asked for ten minutes to discuss it and be
got two. Was tbat Reed's idea of a full,
free, and frank discussion? Democrats
found it necessary to obstruct. The
emptying of the tea in Boston harbor
was obst uction. The revo'ution was
obstruction . The army was an obstruc
tion. So were the rx lice to obstruct
mad dogs and thieves tnd burglars.
After referring again to the force bill.
and showing its dangerous provisions and
the rabid partisanship that stood behind
it, the speaker took up the question of
free silver coinage aid showed why it
should have an eqnal chatce with gold,
in order that all migt t receive its bene
fits. Its free coinage was opposed by the
gold bug of New York and the money
kings of the east, tnd yet Gest voted
against it voted in favor of the money
ed men of the east as against the people
generally of the west.
The McKinley lil received a large
share of attention. Be said it was not a
welcome subject to republicans in the
west; that they never spoke of it unless
they wished for w iter to rinse their
mouths. It was a riill seamed all over
with fraud and deceit, say the leading re
publican papers of I He west and north
west. Reed said the other day In one of
hia speeches that the bill bad become a
law, and he would lil e to know how the
people w re going :o help themselves.
That even if the den ocrats elect a house
that the republican senate would oppose
them. This was ne talk for a man to
make to the people who are about to be
The history of the tariff was shown to
have grown higher i.nd higher, except in
few instsnrcK, and that now
it had reached an unprecedented
heigh; and was likely to go high
er still if some strenuous check
were not interposed. In all matters re
lating to taxation in the past, the tax on
corporations, railrotds. express and in
surance companies, tbo stamp tax on
bank checks, on mi tchea, on bottles of
medicines and all thinga of that nature,
the speaker presented. He showed that
the rich corporations were the first to
fight against it,and finally had it removed
from themselves, but that it stilt re
mained upon the orking people. And
McKinley admits tiat the bill which he
fathers makes thin s dearer but says tbat
he doesn't like cheap things tbat cheap
things are naety. He is honest enough
withal to express his views. But Reed
on the other hand , says the bill is making
things cheaper an I that tbat is its great
object. "Now who is right? Why, Mc
Kinley, of course. When you shut off
competition will 'rices not go upT As
suredly. What were the rich, sleek,
broadcloth men doing in Washington
spending their mciney so lavishly, giving
champagne suppers to congressmen, in
order to get the tax levied T Did the man'
ufacturers go to till this trouble and ex
pense 'for the purpose of making their
goods cheaper? Think of it! See the cir
culara tbat daily come from the east tell
ing of the rise in pricas s nee the McKin
ley bill went into effects Not one class
of goods, but almost everything." If put
ting the tax on i;oods will cheapen them
why do tbey point to the free list with so
much assurance-' If the tariff will make
the goods lower In price why did they re
duce the tariff o 1 binding twine T. Be
cause the senators from the north weat
knew that they dare not face their con
stituent bad they voted for the higher
tariff, and thus they opposed it, and ef
fected a compromise. And while a large
number of articles have been placed on
the free list, hat are they? Acorns,
hogs' bristle, and other things of such
minor consequence, while-the hat and
coats, and farming implement and 1
most every use "u! thing has been taxed,
Democrats do not ask for free trade
but fair trade,' and a tax to carry oa the
necessary porioses of the government
NomorcUpoi all these questions of
taxes Gest vol id to have them imposed
upon yon. I . ' x
THE ROCK ISLAND
The beauties and benefits of a freer
trade were pointed ont and bow this
country could control the market of the
woild had they raw material free and
juBt and proper legislation.
The speaker consumed one hour and a
half and left his hearer convinced of ev
ery word he altered.
22 John Dixon, by executor, to Jame
8. Mathews, lots 20 and 21. block 1. Wil
liam Dickson's addition to Milan, t97.
W Blakely to M J Mathews, lot 8,
block 1, fown of Milan. t3J0.
MAS Fishback to J A Searle, lot 84.
25, 19. le. 1.
A J Searle to J A Searle. lot 84. 2.V19
M L William to Erank Shenhln. art
lot 43. 23. 17.8w.t3.ON).
LSMcCabetoH 8 Blllman. lnt 9
block P. E lgwood Park addition to Rock
J A Ulmark to A V Ulmark. lot 6.
block 2, Waterman place addition to
23 Moline Water Power Co. to P A
Rromao, lot 2. block 1. Moline Water
Power Co 'a addition to Moline. ?40O
L H Walker to M R McKioley. lot
8. bl )ck 23. old town of Moline. ta.OOO
l. a Slrayer to W 11 Hosier. Dart of
w sej. 23. 17. 2r. $400.
2 (Oswald Tniete to N Thiele. east 80
feet Of lot 3. block 2. Brie' Diane, ltonk
The Bo la Mite came down with iiteen
strings of logs.
The stage of the water was 4 30 at
noon; the temperature on the bridge 42.
Verne Swain and Eina passed down
and the Verne Swain and Lumberman
The Pauline brought down seven
strings of lumber. Hie Robert Dodds
twelve and the Helen Mar eight.
Travtl across the bridge oa Sunday
amounted to: North, foot 9!) J. teams 30S;
south, foot 983. teams 393.
The house warmlne of the new First
M. E. church occurs this evening.
Mrs. David Donaldson returned fiom
her European visit Saturday night.
Overcoats for men as low as 2 IS
for boys at $1 at Simon & Mosi nfelder s.
Wanted Seven machinists at once.
Apply to V. Steinberg. Northwest Dav
Mr. H. C. Whitridge is belter t dv
than be has been since his return from
Vote for Wilson and Vmton for the
legislature. Vote for both, and both will
Bug your boy an overcoat at the Goldvn
Eagle today. Every coat must be sold
regardless the price.
Panor Grafton will speak on "3uihlincr
for Eternity" at the Twenty-ninth street
chapel this evening.
For sale st a bargain. All (Mures in
the Golden Eigle clothing store same
will be delivered before Nov. 15.
Chas. H. Fitzgerald, of Col Valley.
aged twenty-one. was ad judged insane in
the county court today.
Wm. McEoiry. Eta . speaks at the
town hall at MiUn on Saturday night, on
the issues o( the campaign.
Last two weeks of the Golden Esule
clobing out sale. Call at once if you
want clothing at your own price.
Special sale for two days. All boys'
overcoats will be sold at lets than half
price at the Golden Enle toxin? out
Vote for R. H. Hioman for the state
senate. He is a man of tue iwople, and
is, therefore, a man of brains. Crawford
Tonight occurs the grand parade id
honor of the formal inaugural ion of the
London Clothing company in Rock
Patroniz the Hospital Guild sale.
Thursday. 3 p m . at Mrs. J. M. Buford a
residence. House open to the public
4 he hoard of education met in snecM
session last evening, ami allowed a bill of
S46 to Ritchie & DcGear on the new
building No. 2
There wi 1 be services in the Aiken st,
school house in Soutb Rock Island at
7:30 this evening. Preachinir bv lh?
Kev. J no. U. Kerr.
$35 sounds like a good price, but if you
see i tie overcoats that Simon s Mosen'
felder are celling at this price. You ac
knowledge they are cheap.
Mr. A F. Fleming who has been very ill
with the stnppsge of the bowels since
Saturday, has experienced a favorable
change, afart that will relieve the anxiety
01 a great many of our citizens.
rtememher thn demnrriti- rnunit
tickef from beginning to end is what you
should yo'e one week from today. It is
stronger and more popular than tbat of
tbe republicans in all respects. Compare
ine canuiuaus ana see.
Only a little time left to close out all the
gooods at the Golden Eagle closineout
sale, and in order to do Ibis quickly, prices
uave ugaia ueen cut in two ao tbat you
know you can buy anything in the cloth
ing line at less than the cost to make
First come first served. Nothing re-
Boys overcoats to fit boys 12 to 14
years of age sold regularly at $4 50, today
at f 2 02. All C to $7 coata go today at
an s to siu coata go today at f 4.26.
ail 612 to S?16 coats go today at $7.35 at
me uoiuen .eagle. Ureat closin? ont
sale. Come early and have first selec
Mr. Albert Knocke, who haaiusthad
compietea a very noe bause in Edgewood
park, is so well pleased with it that ves
leraay ne presented Mr. George Bick, the
ouiiuer, wan an elegant gold watch and
charm. Mr. Bick feels very croud of his
present, not only for its intrinsic value.
but tbe fact that hia work give such
1 here I a certain retired citizen of
Uock Island who has given himself so
over to angling that the law of self prea
ervation is tbe last in the category observ
ed by bim now. Up opposite Cordova
tbe oilier day be got a big fish on his
hook and the inhabitant of tbe deep Dull
ed so hard that the Rock Island fisherman
jumped in after it and then loi it after
all. He would change places with a fish
any time for the sake of catching it.
On trial before Judge Pleasants in tbe
circuit court today is an injunction case
concerning the German Methodist church
of Geneseo. Two elements of the church
have been warring for some time, one
side removing official members and the
other reinstating them, one aide locking
tbe other out of the church, etc., until at
last an injunction was obtained and it
is that, that is being argued today.
Tbe case has brought a great many pro
minent Geneseo people to Rock Island.
"They walked not uuder the iindens.
Tbey played not in tbe hall" because,
poor little things, tbey bad badly bruised
their feet tbe day before, and had no
thoughtful mother to rub them with Sal
Vttion Oil. to cure their pain.
At 6 50,
We give values in overcoats, never be
fore equaled. Stylish dress coat and
warm 1 lsters bo'h at above prices, at
Simon & Mosenfelder'.
We show the grandest line of overcoats
ever seen in this vicinitv. They include
fine Chinchillas, kerseys, worsteds and
cheviot. Be sure to see this line before
purchasing, as tbey are exceptional Tal-
UBS. BlMON MOBSUTPKLDKB.
Banks: I dined with a millionaire
yesterday. Cutnso: Kow did he treat
youT Banks: Like a millionaire he let
me pay for the dinner.
the viAnrrT matter
How Gest Tried to Work Against
MaklBic All Ktada of Rzeaawel Mervo
Mia VrleBtf-Drlvea t Actus at the
Pals r Baraet-Caiata !.
' latrreata Preferre la Him af
Of late Gest has been squirming and
iggling to make a showing that he did
not work against the interests of the peo
ple and in favor of Captain Robinson in
the matter of the viaduct Tbe railroad
tracks with all their danger to
both life and limb attending thera
would have remained a menace to the
public for years to come had the people
here not taken the matter
in hanl and forced it through, even
while Gest was doing what little becould
to prevent its accomplishment.
Tbe subject is clear to the minds of tbe
people, the A Rous having from time to
time drawn attention to it, and tbe quee
tion is only recurred to again because
Gest and his friends have denied it.
To make this matter as clear as possi
ble, and also show tbat there can be no
mUrpreenttion, the bills are here set
forth, the first being No. 3945, intro
duced January 6. 1890. read twice, re
ferred to tbe committee on appropria
tions snd ordered printed. It was intro
duced by Mr. Gest and is ss follows:
To repeal a certain prov'eo in the inodrv
civil act, approved March second, eigh
teen hundred and eighty-nine.
Be It ensrted by the senate sad boose of rrpre-
iniauvr. vi id. Lnuoa Disies oi America in
That so much of the act entitled "an
act makjDg appropriates for sundry
civil expenses of tbe government for the
fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen
hundred and ninety, and for o'her pur
poses," as reads as follows, to-wit: "Fro-
dUUd, further. Tbat the work shall not
be commenced until the city of Rock
Island shall deposit in the treasury of tbe
United States one half of this amount
towards re imbursing the United States
for this expenditure," be, and tbe same
is. repealed, and the said surn of thirty
five thousand dollars is hereby re-appro-
pnated for tbe construction of said via
duct, subject enly to the proviso in said
act or ftlarcb second, eighteen hundred
and eighty-nine, concerning tbe convey
ance to tbe Lnited states by tbe city of
Rock Island of title, authority and con
trol over the premises to be used for the
construction and maintenance of said
viaduct and tbe release of damages by
abutting property hold.rs.
It will be seen tbat tbis bill was alt.
gether unsatisfactory, not only regarding
the depositing of tbe half of tbe thirty
five thousand dollars, but especially on
account of getting tbe properly holders
to sign a release for any damag s th t
might occur, which was impossible.
As has been aire ail y told in these col
umns the bill was worthless. Senator
Cullom was appealed to, and the follow
ing bill. No. 28r. was introduced in tbe
senate. Feb. 28, 19. read twice, and
referred to committee. Tbe caption and
introduction are tbe stme as given in the
Be It ensrfed by tbe senate and boos of repre-
pcHiMinvuiin t. niiu niaies oi snenc. II
That so much of tbe act, on pace
twenty-eight thereof, entitled "an act
making appropriations for sundry civil
expenses of tbe government for tbe fiscal
year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hun
dred and ninety, and for other purposes,
as reads a follows, to-wit: "nor until
all bolder of property abutting on the
same shall have executed release of all
damages that might accrue 10 them by
tbe construction and maintenance there
ofin aucb form as tbe secretary of war
may prescribe: Procidtd. furthtr. That
tbe work shall not be commenced until
the city of Rock Island shall deposit In
the treasury of tbe United States one
half of tbia amount towards n-lmburslng
the Lotted states for tbia expenditure,
he, and the same is hereby, repealed, and
insert therefor "that the city of Rock
Island aha'l assume all damages tbat may
be rendered against the United Stttes by
any court of Uw or court of claims in
favor of tbe aoiacent proper y holder
upon tbe erection of said viaduct, and
for the faithful performance thereof the
city of Rock I iland shall uive bond in
such form and amount as tbe sectctarv of
war may prescribe."
It was Mr. Gest who
driven to introduce i
copy of this till io I
A Bala-Tfcier S apiarea.
A hold piece of rascality was perpetrat
ed at the corner of Fifth avenue and
TweDty first alreet at 7:15 last evening.
Mrs. Jacob Ohlweiler Jr., bad just re
turned from a shopping trip down town
snd had in a little handbag which she
carried in her hand a new gold statch.
As she turned into ber home at tbe corner
mentioned, a man aneaked up from tbe
rear and snatched her band satchel. Tbe
tody resisted vigorously and. refused to
let the satchel go. Bat the vitlian was
determined, and be finally, after striking
the lady twice, got sway, though she
held "to his cost as long as she
coulu and tnen pursued him screaming
at tbe lop of ber voice. This attracted
tbe attention of two young men. Will
Lfratt and Joe Dickson who run the thief
down snd captured bim and turned bim
over to tbe polici. He gave his nsme ss
John Kelly, and the stolen Valu
ables were found in bis pockets. He
is probably the man who worked tbe
same trick successfully at Davenport and
The thief who stole the rig from Kerr's
livery stable, thia city, it ia now discov
ered also stole to pistols from Hout
man's hardware store. He left tbe rig at
a livery stable in Moline, promising to
return for it, but did not put in an ap
pearance again. Mr. Kerr has, tbe re fore.
recovered his portion of the stolen prop
Jim Cumming's bock team got away at
tbe Burlington depot last night and tore
up Sixteenth street to Second avenue.snd
east to the Harper house at a rattling
gait, Jim holding on to tbe ribbons for
dear life. Tbe horses collided with a 'has
without serious damage.
A sewing machine man named Miller
bod a bad smash np on tbe Island last
night, Tbe bucgy was dashed to pieces
and the man thrown out and bis bead
badly cut and be was picked np uncon
scious, while the bone came over tRock
Islsnd. The man was conveyed to bis
home In Davenport.
A StetractloB Asked far kr Ubsr.
KOCC IsLAKD. I IX . Oct. 27th. 1S90
We. the, nnderaUrned, member or Twin
City Typographical Union No. 107.
would respectfully request tbe Union to
Withdraw tbe words "scab office,'' as ap
plied to tbe A ROCS, said remark being
uacaiiea ror. si. f. juixioa,
H. J. Riau.
K. Q. EuRinon.
Tbe congressional postmaster to a clear
case of cracks 1 Wheat. , Hs should bolt
orb bolted. - - . -
OCTTORER 2. I k?hi
local, h utiles.
Oyster at Krell ft Math'.
Hard wood t E. B. McKown' soft
Go to Hoi brook's. Davenport, for ear-
peta ana sua curtains.
Send your friends to Krell & Math 'a
for a dish or can of fresh oysters.
Call and see the hand-carved bed room
suite at Uolbrook's, Davenport, '
For Soli; A rood family horse and
phaeton, toqnire at Anocs office.
Parlor suites and fancy chairs of ever
aeacnption at Holbrook a, Davenport.
Ice cream always oa hand and served
oy tbe dish all winter at Krell Math's.
A handsome line of book caae and
cabinet fust received at Holbrook'. Dav
enport. An elegant assortment of dining table.
cnair and bat racks at Uolbrook's. IHv
When you want a nice dish of fresh
oysters step la to Krell & Math's and or
der them op in any style.
Adams, the credit me. is showing a
beautiful line of fall patterns in carnets.
Call and see bim, 822 Brady street. Day-
I en port.
Bear in mind we do not quit making be
cream when rold weather set in. and you
can get it in any quantity in the coldest
weather. Kemcmoer Krell &. Hath' and
get tbe beet.
Tbe Crown dining ball. Xo. 1704 Sec
ond avenue. Is now ready to furnish you
mo neat meoi in tne city 1 or 23 rent. A.
IS. Johnson, proprietor.
F by neat CaltnrsCia
will meet for tbe first lesson on Tuesday.
at iwiasecn.t avenue, a fol
lows: General class, 10:30 a. m ; stu
dents class, (misses from 13 up) 4 p. m.;
evening rlaas, for those employed through j
1 ne aay, 1 p. m ; lessons occupy one hour.
Those exp cting to take the course should
begio on Tuesday. Terms, for the course
(two lesson weekly for six weeks) 110.
of which $5 is payable in advance and (5
at tbe sixth lesson. No t"bt cl thing
rill be allowed upon the floor Pupils
not prepared wun 1 pec.al costumes are
requester to wear Dlouses, jerseys, or
other loose garments.
Don't miss seeing rur fall stock of in
grain carpets. We make a specialty of
Angora, the new weave. Tbe Adam.
6 Si Brady street. Davenpott
Swellings in the ntk and all other
forma of scrofula, salt rheum, etc.. are
cured by Hood's Sarsspirilla.
Save tbe hoy and the girls from scro
fula and other forms of impure blood by
giving them Hood a Sarsapanlla.
Save big money by buying your furni
ture, carpets, oil cloth and draperies at
the C. F. A1ama HonK'-Furnu-bing
liouse. ass urady street. Davenport.
1. K. MoKrao-s, -
os mtar eai.r.
THURSDAY, OCT., 30th.
Special Ki.-ssreme of V. 1. t'LESING'S
rKT os t a
IN 80 DAYS.
Nothing like it ercr Attempted! The
Greatest Spectacular in Existence
40 GRAND ARTISTS 40
New aad Basallf at Scenery !
apstD w ararooe:
nazxllns Proaertlea: Olituruur limit,:
CbarailDff Music I
rand Amazonian Ksrca:
An Efllrtrnt Corns uf Aanilari Fin-r.
Prices V, So and IV. m-ala ua aale Tueadas
i i , i iie"e u rii . , no.
pf cent re.l ddlon for the neit TO days
on Huotieaand U avoaa.
No. 1610. Ml aad ttla, Third Ase
Is the cbespeat place la tba eoanty to ha J Car-
'aaa. vu4lie, raiaia, Vila, air.
W. C. MAUCKER,
Having purchased the
Pmprrty auk k be aaa had leStted for the bo
lal trarioesa, is bus prepared to a"riM
odala irturiint (Sesla.
Day and Regular Boarding
mi very tftimr.blc prirtn.
He it oio riigsvc-d ia lite
at the aane plars with a chelec lot of Grurcrn's.
run produce a epecttlty.
HORST VON KCECKRITZ, Pbarmacirt
Psesc Kimoxa a SrxciaLTT.
Fonrth Ave, and Twenty -Third St.
1200.00 and Upwards -
For sale, secured on land onb from
three to five timee tbe amount
of tbe loan.
Interest T par neat seal aaaaai:. caliartad ua
raatiuaa irse m cnaraa.
K V. HUliST,
AtrOaUTET AT LAW
Boobs aad f slaaoalc TraipU.
ROCg laLAyp ILL
Uoyd & Stewart,
B-, VI cyimRE BROS.
(Bick Bcaasrbaaad iwllenan thatraabfM tas
Vrt so a Isikms tt o4 tbs ajvtaan. saoa sa
Pi 1 1 in 1 si. Kuan, liina.ii . ki.m
cauuif. 1-aln la tu Bs ka. Vhib IMrsnl
isnisms saw asa 1 is ranisf
TftaAsrna, yet Csrtrra IJttle, IJvsr Tito a
wjoaiiy TaiuaunuuiraKiraMoa.rmtncattd pra
VrntiDa Uitaaanoylfai e JtnpAauit.hlto Uwy mm
cnwi all iliji,-r. tbM4oasaraatimaaaa tba
llrrraadRsiUsiatJiatwaata. fm it IImii ualj
ofr trrtat thnhtn i j-ttig caimptamt; tat forts
a tarty tbr-trtodoowas d' s-K-tertvl KrBa Uinst
tooorvtr? tbra wi:i tnd tJTktw IttUe fnUwmlsh
,?at tn tuo marir wmt t bl thT will -v4 bib
'fctbeTnamof mw.mr Ursa that tsars St aim
C4b do not.
t artar's Lmla liwr TtTTM are smalt aaS
Very mmj So tala. Mum r two Vt mahas diwa.
Titer ara ainei Ijr vrecaba. aud Aa aui pip. or
rarrv ran 1 7 iMrmiaa-ua y.p aii wa?
easlbem. loTiaieatXSornta; itslo.1 1. alaLl
toy dnamMta rarraiMsn, or sal by aaaiL
CARTE MFOtCINa- CO- Neat York.
SkULLPUL SMALL 03SE. SHALL PRICE
ASK YOUR GROCER TOR THEM;
"Waaia." -Loti. "vab--an "ham atrr.
Only otie-half r-iil a word. vr) ImmIj ivls this I
oiibBR i ry n .
TUr,,N,,:' VlAXKDoN FIKMTI KK at 114
AA brvund aenac. J. W. JoNKa.
TR KAI.R A flK
I. T iK M KiilOAL IX
a. Mrnmrms a:o a i
a! J. (A Jules' s.mid
kai.J slore. Il !wcad
T T A IAKi.K Bl.i-K NKsl'olMH A0
A S lv; w lffta atMil ,i tMitMl; aklta m
trra-f rr,Mit frl atMl la 1 .
i-aarj t SaUr,
Silt B.&lb aecoe.
SttlM)-IUNJ Pi RMTI Kg. aul.t. ao'd I
or rx- haiiirnl. M,M.rv -nel nr Fara'lar
stored at !aiUraM CKi.ec Terry BOO Tfcir B4a,
TiK SAl.k Al.l AK1.K l-ATCar m-
X bMrrmrai oi Ltea'a. o la tna-eaioa at
M KidI.ii.( ntk; vca Mamiltna su, lhilada.
ra: arseenrra li'r ani hibh; it fi a t a ,ars
afpl; to KT J. W ALaaK, Usvatur.
1 irAULK I'AKTV
ai4 travel t a
m r..iai llrL
Anrncan ; -ic-i
; -raaa at
ecatti) at Cmus
WANTED An a.-ue Tratlit,
lia r awrvi l.ae nt oar 1
itttf aWiBaa ta
Ster. batMltae t.
nenhants wti y. ,.n.Ml a e aad etpeD a paid.
IS uolraa1 orfi.v .u I h Ui a'kni,-1ua M . Ctico.
tamil, hr s a
Pt.i-K IN A I'HIVaTK
i Ba an I bl alfr: 1 ae anaa l I
lb' roa.-l.ii a.-.j j,n.:e.l .ia tbe daiaea raoOet tal
iiiii,k.oi a-K. . au.i l " -.MitaB la a efa-
rB Bar ln wr. rw-i trMnort nlfS.
aMim-a aiw.1 n. e.
VV BraiM a orTire. : br oa tna-
f.w tltm Fa.
bms r rn,., hiM-rtlc -crai'ire l.i t " . a spieadia'
opponaanj: a.Mrt a lit, ttui.n, Ta ut. Cvoa
K Medua. ltiriiti.te. "v-olb H,-ad lad.
QALKhKKN WMg ) T M.l.o NlfcHKV
WMoct. MlaalKM. parruaaenl. aarv aad al
etrt . N rsurri
rare ae4eaaarr. nir.l f -
Wnie t.t leras.
ataitarar fl K
lioi'kKII CU . Naracria
TTTaTKD 4iKNKK.tI. STATE A.KNT To
VV o kltn. t In ae pntx pal etjr.
poiat lorai aod aubC'ttta tn eerr rile ia ana
slate : stuas well knoaa, ata a S-ar. ia aai-
n-raal :raand. at.d par a art t r.'.l i.f rl In
perreal A10-va TIIS INK'S CuMrAXY.
i4 Mruadasjr. Nr. lurk. 1
T IVBhR-Ll MBSK YAK3 UoKaaK OP
u ail frai-. caa e-core i, a-'v etnp'atmert
Ibe lumber yard- of Cbtrmx-o al frwa' SI Vi
s iti r.r Amy ra app.lcau id irma u E. K.
Iltioralt IarreIaY af tue Cbuwa Lambar
Ya-d Dealer's An 1aXi.Ni. rmra ala -nalM-r J
liwanre, K. rorucr Ladaiic aad aaauia
TTORXKT AT LAW XT re sukj. T.
aorta. Iti ecot.d Arams.
JttKSO A IJI KST,
I TTORTtETS AT LAW. OAr la Rock lalaad
anuioatl Uaak Bauuiac, Hak lalaad. I1L
. a. svEsarr. c. L. wataaa.
SWIEHT A- WALKER,
ITTORNSVS AVI) CofNi-KUXIRi AT LAW
ilumce ut Hearaina s r h. itoca Isad. UL
XiEMBT A oiEMEV.
ITTORXtrs AT LAW-Loaa noarT or rna1
it aecaniT. msaa ci'ecti--Ba. krlrfne,. s,trk,
eLi A Lrnde. backers. Office ut Po-loOHa Mock
THE DULY A1U.IN.
Ifvn mh k Fir K at Craapua'a
a hmh. riTff crau per cnuv.
DRS. ni'TIIERfXRU A HITLER,
fl R A IrATK OF Til K OXTARIa VtTKKN A.
tlrf college, Veteraarr Pbr-ieiatis aaa aatroaa.
OlAnet TiadaJl's Uvery sishle; kesidaara: usst
Aaicrs aaarry, market aqaare.
Teachea siadeats a
tr4e mu- taea ctarts
lorm in raiirnaii ami
tarnd tttr CTrealara
VAl.KN'TINK BRCX .
Ta sell oar rds bv sample U artaoleral aad ra
lail trada. We are the tara-eat saaaaractarera la
oarltae. Liarral aa arr uaid. Permanent uaal-
tiaa. aoeiejr aaeanrea tut stgrt, adrrruatac
IC r nffwni a tJ reaa
CIlrtRBlAb HrO. CO . CkWa-a. I'L
I Toa.rnhepnoalarM.a- AIWLtTAs:tt F4IK
liiKABTT. It toaora I f Ladea atenia cuealart
aaa a (oaa rurav ror aartlcalars afl areas
ELGIN CORSET CO.,
SUrsa Sraarr, EU.IX. IU
WM. 0. KULP, D. D. S.
OFTICE REMOVED TO
Taks KVraiar. DAVIS PORT. I A.
J. IL QASPARD,
Uarary BaadSac. Pasaauort. Iowa, Can So
nSUaMta aad aaa aarfc at sura gauaf ts CUcaf
II V ill
Rock Island. Illinois.
Have the largest stabllshnxnt West of CbJcaco.
DONT FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEr.lANN & SALZr.lANN.
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 123 8ixtnth Strat,
V T "'r fnri s a kit a mi
Oia Sail, fraai a. aa. s p a, aad
Five percent interest paid oa Deposit. Moo looaod oa PoroomaUCoU
latoral. or Real Estate Booarit
t p. ttirrsouH. rw. r r. dinemamh. tic rw. j. m. cpokh. oaaaa.
T. U at Kcaett B T. Kmtt, r. C. D.-otam JoSa Oaaaara CJ. f. Ifata.
Ie.ara. L. . E . Hatai. J. M. OalarC,
Jat-aana O Heart, Sastcaora.
at.nl ata taaak a Ouaai.kru-a.
Thoroughly Good Millinery
tsndoabtodlv proves macb obeapost in
The repatatior. which r bav as.
tabUsbed lor keeping tbe best aod tatost
stjrla mllllnary In the city. I ftrmlT r
hldbr EVERY HAT AND BOXKET
SHOWS. Tbaro la a isUncUT FIT
and STYLE aad ao ELEOANCE of
FINISH a boat oar nulllaary arnica, la
due auuraly to th. anpa-riorltj ta tb.
maklBR. Oor DESIGNS avra OB1GI
N AL aad PRIVATE to ooro.hr.. aad
thervfora. cannot b. dnplioatod -an Ut
th FASHIONABLE EFFECT.
MRS. P. GREENAVJALT
1704 SECOND AVENTJE.
Narrow Escape from Fire!
Bat pries went daws to ntlb. want of wrtrrj oa wisbiag to boy
ET"l IDMITI irICT
OIL CLOTHS, SHADES, DRAPERY, Etc.
PRICES IN PLAIN FIGURES.
KA.NN & HUCKSTaAaEDT,
No. 1S11 aa l 1913 rWned aveeoe.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ABLER
RemoTed to 218 STenteenth Sutl
Mala Shoes look new. Softcn
Leather. We recommend it
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
903 rift Avaaue, 1311 Second Aveou. " ,
ReynoU sIBloclr, Harper Botwe EjcIl, 1
Cooler weather at band jost oofh hDl to r
miad one of lb colder days to coo. We vast to
supply your aaeds is coid wrataer goods. Msy beyott
U5DEBWE4R. If yos seed yoaraalf haw
abost the children f Call and Inspect oar lie la
white, scarlet and aaloraL We could a am price oa
several line bat yoa win ktov saore of toebr
valoa wbeo jom see tkess. We ore Mrs jon will a
peaciaU low prior.
CLOAKS - Have yoa see our Hoe of
A visit to this depart nast will repay vo. Plaids,
plains and other effect from 4 years to 18 fears.
Tbe best thing abost toe wkoto array of ehOdre'
aad mUer cloak is that tbey cost o little ssoory this
aeaaoa. Real sserit at assail cost. Bilcg la chiidraa
Mare about ladies' doaks wbeo wa have lb space,
la the mean time pay a visit to tbe ladies departmeit-
Doa't forget onr blanket oepartioeaL Wails bffia
at 63c a pair. Grey tdaake at fl lS a pair. Not
pur Australia wool, of coarse aot. bul tbey will koep
yoa warm. Lots of better noes. Yoa ought to sea
our fl M all wocl scarlet blanket.
tii rat ersrs Law.
atni - - -
SatarSa aasaiacs tsaai T aaSaUatA.
Hat yon seen Schneidor'a
Mens Calf Shoes!
If aot, can aad aco.Uana, u4 ba
vinoed tkot wc beat all coe.
roa STYLE. J
rrr asd peicx.
Oor Mea's Shoos coat U beat.
" a ara ucaocx 1st f
m Lt&tn U
stkiatatsriMs. AH os ask
is a trial