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JAHNS & BERTELSEN,
Tinware and house Furnishing Goods.
liilj SKCOXD AVENUE.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
.bwrtviiH ot iii'B wifiitiii. worn nan
bwkt'is. They ire of Indian man-
-tnri , Bii1 as the product is very
unites' it is loiibtful if we will have Any
.1.;., un.ii.in full .ml m.lft vmiv
!ecii',i' or whit you want may be gone.
not Serond Avenue.
5 feet bamboo easels, 88c.
8x10 gilt frames, glass and mat, 8c.
8x10 white ami gold frames, ;iass
and mat, 35c.
Decorated window shades complete
with spring fixtures, Soc.
Pure Irish Linen stationery per lb.
Wall paper at cost.
1705 Second Ave.
A. J. SMITH & SON,
THE. HOOK I3LAJTU ABOUB, THURSDAY, OCTOBER
fV t.i Unow repl.te with Novelties. Call and ompare our stork and prltrs.
A. J. SMITH Sc SON,
12'. and 127 West Third Street. Opp. Msonic Temple, DAVENPORT
WALL PAPER COMPANY
dit2. Ol-i Twentieth St.,
Aud Postoffio Block, Moline.
FINE WALL PAPER Evrln-lvc nwn'.i for the fnllowine six Urjpn Wll Paper
Ko iurira: Blrve X m. Junrwaj A (.. K.iK-rl Iluhlm & O"., Nevlna Ilaviland, Ne
ark Wall Par ('.. ami Kulwrt Oraven t I'u.
SSKKoL'h nf'Efli-whlcb incluitw all the Art iiapeiu. Prices frnm Hi to SO per cent
r low oiher dealrra.
Howard Watches, Imported Watches,
H. D. FOI.SOM.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Syrupy
Actsfquickly, is perfectly safe and never fails to cure all Lung troubles.
TRY IT. 10c, 25c and 50c Bottles.
Medicine kaowa for all Kidney, Lung and Stomach trouble, la
Thomas Kidney and Liver Pills.
5c a Bottle Samples free.
T. H. THOMAS,
Prnggifit, Bock Island.
PLANS FOR HENNEPIN
Engineer Marshall Parniaheg :f ome
Oaui.o t the Kxiw.4it.rM ,mter
the SOO,000 Appr.prl.ti.. -The
leek. ..d Feralrr.
United States engineer. Captain W. L.
Marshall, has made the followlBj etti
mates and plant for the Hennepin canal
for which an appropriation of fJOO.000
for preliminary wvrk was passed by the
The adopted line over the roule, ap
KatLbT lheMCretfy of war. October
87, 1888. is from the Illinois river about
one and three fourth miles abore the
town of Hennepin, at the great b.;nd of
Vb Illinois river, thence via Bureau
Creek vallty. Pennv'e slough and Rock
nvr o the Mississippi river, with a feed
er to Rck river, near Dixon, Illinois.
The canal reaches the summit lovel at
the 80th mile from tbe Illinois riv.rr, after
an ascent of 205 feet, through 24 locks,
with lifts varying from 3 feet to 10 feet
Tbe summit level extends f -om the
20th to the 25th mile, where the Dixon
feeder joins it, and coatinues unchanged
to the 25th mile.
From the 85th mile to Milan, near the
mouth of Rock river, tbe route is via
Penn s klougb and Rook rivtr to the
mouth or Rock river, tbis terminus af
fording a cpacious harbor and ontrance
to the Mississippi end of the cant.l.
The total lockage on the descent from
the summit level to the month f Rock
river is 102 feet, mnde by 13 locks, vary
ing in lifts from 3 to 10 feet. The length
of the western slope from th feeder
junction to the Misciasippi is 52 miles.
The main line is 77 miles in length, of
which 50 ,'miles is canal and 27 miles
slack water navigation in Rock river by
locks and dams.
Upon the main line the follow inn con
structions are necessary:
Thirty feet wide, 170 feet between
quoins, seven feet deep; two blocks of 3
feet lift; one of 5 feet; three of 6 feet:
three of 7 feet; one of 8 feet; thirteen of
9 fett; ten of 10 feel.
Among the !ocks of 0 foot lift is a
lock of novel construction at Milan, with
one set of upper gates and tw. sets of
lower gates, giving a double exit, one
into a canal below the Milan jam to be
used at low water, and the other into
Rock river to be used when tt at stream
is Irom five to six feet above lov water.
And among the locks of 10 foot lift is
included one combined lock of two 10
Aqueducts Five aqueduct1-, respect
ively. 15t. Sl. 24t. 1. 4 JO feet in
length and 40 feet in width of trunk.
Culverts There are 41 culverts; nine
36 inch iron pipe; 12 48-inch iron pipe;
four, esch two 48 inch pipe; eight 10
foot span masonry arches esch; five 12
foot span masonry arches each, and one
with 30 foot span equeducl.
TDK FEEDER ROUT.
To avoid the difficult and expensive
passage through the streets of Dixon,
and the construction of street and rail
road bridges, covered canals and other
works it is proposed tbn the ieeder shall
leave Ro-k river at a point about two
and one half miles below Dixon, thus
obortening its length by tb tt distance.
The feeder will be navigable, and of the
same dimens'ons at the main line. The
total length of the feeder will be 3 434
The constructions reouired UDon th
feeder are as follows: One en ard lock at
tbe entrance to Rock river, one dam
across Rock river, with a ntrollable
sluiceway closed by gates of tbe "Par
ker" modified "bear trap" pattern; one
set of sluicegates for supplv of feeder,
one aqueduct 70 feet wide. l:0 feet long,
over Green river: three Divot railroail
bridges. SB highway and farm bridges. 78
culveits. ranging in dimension from 3B
inch cast Iron pipe to double spans of 12
foot masonrv arcbes.
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BRANDED A UK.
A Kalnrtiood Aboat Mr. ahle'a Cam.
paiga Pally F.xponrd bviNiatrarat
Nlcord by Kvrry Maio.ii Kerperl.
The following statement is signed by
every saloon keeper in Molina. It speaks
We, the undprsigned liquir dealers of
the city of Moline, do hereby protest
against tbe unjust accusation made
against us, by tbe Moline JHapatck and
ether papers charging us with having re
ceived money to be used for the election
oi nen i. caoie, ana in an anonymous
circular charging us with bbving received
money irom John Ohlweiler for this pur
pose, and that we are receiving every
weea a certain sum lor that purpose.
vve wittn to state that we have not re
ceived from John Oblweile-, or any other
person, any money toward electing Ben
Cable to congress.
Ander-on Co I. N If k' nnd
Jnftn H Mueller X T Ek'tmm
Auderwin Haunecke Jneuph Burkbardt
llrnrv l Kerae
Tlieo SI nirer
KotMne Jt aler!K)U
C K ia omrMtiirl
A xel 3.'aiimn
Wm Kl age
lanielOll & Nelaim
K K OI erlandi r
Wm M lelier
Rumler Van Dae lb
Hoht S oeltinc
C W 1 ihnaou
c haa Peal
C A JarotMen
Ann n r aiueiicr
W H Schmidt
John L Murl rr
a L icfaul9on
C f Mueller
Mare .f the Paaiofflee C.rraptl.a.
The corrupt misuse to which tbe gov
ernment service has b:n used bv the
postmssters of Ruck Island and Moline
for tbe furtherance of partisan ends, as
exposed in last night's Aliens, occasioned
no little surprise in both cities. In Moo
line, in particular, the people tbe Swe
dish people, for instance would be even
more horrified If they knew that in the
poaUfflee in their city hud been accQmu
lating for aeveralays newspapers ad
dressed to them by a lanjeand influential
Swedish newspaper in Chicago, but these
have been withheld bj the postmaster in
Moline, who prevents t iern from receiv
ing mail matter addresf ed to them, and
in so doing attempts to withhold, as far
as he can. facts which they should know
and which pertain directly to them, in
hopes that under false impressions they
will contribute to the election of tbe man
to whom he owes bis position.
rati ten ral.ta.
Aionzo Hussey was a :nt to jail to await
the convening of the circuit court for
trial for lttrceny in deft ult of $50 bonds
Deputy Marshal I.cng left last night
for Muncie, Ind.. to accompany the
thief Simmons bark H Rock Island. He
wss arrested at Muncie as be debarked
from an esst-bound tr tin. He claims he
left the property at Mc line, and employed
man to make a retnra of tbe property
to tbe owner.' Sever il hundred dollars'
worth of geld watcbe ), rings and charms
which be claims to be jelling, were found
in his possession. , ?
Nicholas Mertz,the Laker at 2106 Third
venue, was arrested at midnight for
attacking his wife. 3e was intoxicated,
nod Officer Thomas had some difficulty
in making the arrest, as an immense dog
came to the aid of his master. Ths man
was finally locked or , however, and this
morning was fined i tad costs. ,
David J. Tate wst fined f3 and coats
for intoxication. 1 - i ' i.
Vote for Victon at d
Wilson for the
Vote for Cable.
Springer at Turner hall tonight.
Give Gordon your vote for sheriff.
Dr. James Costd, of Reynolds, was in
the city today.
Congressman Wm. M. Springer at Tur
ner hall tonight.
Remember Charley Marshall in your
vote next Tuesday.
Browner will be tbe next treasurer of
Rock Island county.
Oo to Turner hall tonight and hear
Mrs. F. B. Bowker has returned from
t visit to S gourney, Iowa.
it wm ne Uongressman-elect Ben T.
Cable next week at this time.
Vote for Creutz for
is going to get there without fail.
If yon vote for both Wilson anil Vin
ton for the legislature, both win ha alli
Hon. Geo. A. Caatlrman .If. -
St. Louis, are visiting at the Cable resi
Send Hitman t the state senate, and
save the district from being the lauehine
stock of the state.
See the eccentric "Phioess
bis way "Around the Wotld in Eightv
Uays at Harper's theatre tonizht.
House for rent on Fourteen-and a half
street. Enonire at crorerv
ixth avenue and Ninth" atri r.
Hon. W.M. Springer, of Sorinpflelrl
arrived over the R. I. & p. this afternoon
and is at the Harper. Ha speaks at Tur
ner hall tonight. 1
Thomas Sbugsrt. a r clnse fmm Ma.
lice, died at St. Luke's
n.ornlng in his eightieth year. He was
quite a character in Moline.
The democrats of South R,x k Talari
will meet at the town hall tnmnrmw
ight to attend to business of i
By order of tbe town committee.
Tbe Rock Island Turner sorietv will
ave a grand gymnastic exhibition ami
concert at Turner hall next Sunday even
ing, to' be followed by a dance.
The man who it is not unliktl will K
the next speaker of tbe national house of
representatives speaks at Turner hall to -
night. Oo and hear Illinois' favorite sen
Wm. M. 8pringer.
This evening. Rev. R F. 8wnet offici
ating, will occur the marriage of Mr. M.
G. Mills and Miss Emma Ayers. The
worthy couple will at once nrrxveil i.
their delightful new countrv hom in
South Rock Is'and.
The bodv of W. F. Burnt ih r n
& Q brakeman who hi ri.ii
injured at Barstow yesterday morning
was taken to Canton for interment last
igbt in obedience to a teleeram from the
unfortunate man's father.
It was "Pbiness Fojrg's" remsrkable
accomplisnment which is to be prose u ted
at Harper's theatre tonight, that Nellie
Bly, the New York WortiTi correspond
ent, succeeded in beating io her venture
which aroused the world a few months
Mr. Swan Tropp. tbe Moline man
thrown out of his buggy in this city yes
terday, was not. we are pleased to learn.
as seriously injured as was aupposed.
He is recovering from the effects of his
The Abgi-s office was todav the reciD-
lent of a heapincr basket of -t and
fruit and other choice delicacies as a re
membrance from iu former compositor.
Miss Belle Ruby, who became the brtiie
of Wesley Herbert last evening. Rev. G.
W. Guc performing the ceremonv.
The fair which hat been in Droure&s at
Armory hall, under the auspices of St
osepns church, closed last nich'.
baving been in all respects a verv suc
cessful affair. At tbe close of tbe con
test for tbe most popular candidate for
congress, in which every, visitor at the
fair took part. Cable bad 673 votea and
The Cr.ion saw fit this morn nc for the
first time during tbe present campaign, to
say something of its county ticket. The
oosses most liltely demanded that some
attention be paid tbe matter to lead tbe
minor candidates to believe that there
was not an attempt beine made bv the
Secret Circle" to sacrifice all for Gest as
the edict refrrred to last night amply
Tbe sewing school connected with ihp
Woman's Relief society, of this city, will
bold its first meeting for tbe season in tbe
old high school building oo Saturday af
ternoon at 2 o'clock. The monthly busi
ness meeting of the society will be held
at the same place at hslf past 3 o'cl ck.
run attendance is requested. Tbe
members of tbe soliciting committee are
particularly requested to be present.
The Stone directory companv drsire
that all ministers of the gospel call at the
company's office, 1712 Second avenue, as
soon as possible, in order that il mav be
seen if ibey are correctly recorded. The
Stone companv is anxious to emt.lov
every means possible to stcure accuracy
in the compiling of tbe forthcoming book
of reference in order that it mav h
A ju of whisky was recentlv left at a
grocery store on Twentieth street by iu
owner, while he came down town to do
some wire working. It got mixed up
with some jugs of vinee&r and in due
time was sent out to a customer as vin
egsr. A few hours later tbe owner of
the lug. who, by the way, was no other
than Tom Campbell, called for his prop
erty ann, nnding tt gone, came near bav
ug a very bad spell then and there. But
later tbe jug was returned. Campbell's
anxietv was relieved and he went on his
Tbe republicans are just now trvine to
hush up a recent bit of unpleasantness
in their ranks, growing over a threat by
uampueu to wunoraw rrom the ticket.
rrt . .
i ne oosses wanted uarnpoeii to put up
wu iur pciiucai purposes and he re
fused absolutely, whereupon tbe bosses
got hot and told Campbell he was not
much credit to tbe ticket anvwsv and
that after all his efforts to get tbe nomi
nation ne wasn I going to help anyone
but himself. To this Campbell replied
mai - mines unrorseen had come no
which changed his mind about tbe office
of treasurer and be did not believe it
would psy him to put fl50 into
and he thought be had better wilhdra
1 be bosses said that that would not do
as it would show that there was trouble
in camp and Campbell was induced to re
main but be refused to put up. Camp
bell evidently believes a retreat in time is
better than a defeat in the end.
W. M. Springer To Bight at Turner
C. M. IDarraw .t Haliae Ta.a.rraw
Kisht-J. X. Whltaa.a A.Bsr.ti
Tonight will be made the speech of the
campaign in Rock Lland as far as tbe
issues of the people are concerned. Hon.
W. M. Springer, tbe elcquent Illinois
statesman, win speak at Turner ball at
750 o'clock. There will be a great out
poaringkof people to hear the congress
man. A change has been made in tbe date of
Mr. C. 8- Darrow'a speech at Moline
owing to a previous engagement oil tbe
part of Mr. Darrow for Monday, and he
will make it tomorrow night at Peal's
ball. There will be a tremendous crowd
out to hear the popular speaker .
On Monday night Mr. J. Z. White, a
prominent labor orator, will speak at
Peal's ball on public qnrstlons. and A,
Burmann, editor of Senndia, will sp ak
in the Swedish language.
What Mar ae t aaaseaily Laakea far
all Ala.a the l.tae.
The following is clipped from a Wash
ington dispatch to the Si. Lou's Republic:
Mj. Tom Towles, the secretary of tbe
enngretsi ;nal committee, and Mr. Logan
Carlisle, who is assisting him, are feeling
first rate, and while not bragging are
enouuem oi a great democratic victory.
Tbe news that Maj. Towles receives
from tbe west is very encouraging. He
feels absolutely certain of tbe nefeat of
Gest, Smith, Cannon, Mason, Taylor and
Adams in lllino's.
Every aadr MevlBft-AcaJaat la. Hulk
faxera tjieal'a nr.ih Wsmsl Be
Tbe following dispatch from Mon
mouth, Warren county, to the Chicago
Herald, explains the situation In that sec-
Uon of the district. It also explains how
the Adcana is on the retreat:
MOHMOCTII. III.. Oct. 29 Cable stork
is advancing in this city and a corre
sponding depreciation is noted in the
Gest market. Tbe Monmouth Journal.
until recentlv independent do iticallv.how
dcaouncea the McKinley robbery and is
Dooming uaoie. The Advance, en ardent
advocate of tbe rulings of Czar" Reed,
failing to receive the support of his sub
jects, it now in charge of an officer.
Pointer dog "Rex" liver and white.
name and Mrs. Geo. A. Cattleman on
plate. L beral reward for information
rhich shall lead to his recovery or bis
return to res dence of Mrs. Cable, Rock
tot rt ate Huh Vaie.
Ate the dare of atra-nle (one?
Are tbe battle fuoubt and woar
1" the flac of freedom fnrled
Hidden from the reaming wnrldf
Peek It. let tta glory ware.
Mrong to conquer and to aave.
Frremen, will yna bllndW be
Have of bold Monopoly t
V atrtnt. will yon forge the rhain
rar than chafe againat la rain?
Waki-! agiinM train'! ter ar .
W ho would cheat your ! with ll.-e-
ryine. rea-on to blt. h.
Taiee make the people ri h.
Rite, as once roar fathrre mar '
Mr ike with roiea aa they with Moat'
Crtih Pmtectton'e vampire brawl.
Who would auck the nation a blood;
Who would atarre the poor, and breed
Millione In tbe lap of greed.
Save tbe Mare, tbat rail once mors
Brave defenders aa of jrora.
Why He tit Sj.t Tate far Untt.
Joslyx, III.. Oct. 291 am a republi
can, but 1 cannot vote for the republican
candidate ior conere s this time. I da
cltne to vote for Mr. Gest because in con
n action with Joelyn poet fflce he seemed
to ignore tbe fact that he was a public ser
vant, and acted as dictator and autocrat
by taking the office from one republican
to g ve it to another, although three'
f jurtbs of the patrons of tbe office signed
a petition that they wished the office to
remain where it was. I aaid at the time
that I would not vote for him again, and
I shall stick to my word and others say
One Who has Voted the Refcblicax
Ticket Several Years.
"My valor was certainly going. It was
sneaking off" shattered and spoiled with
headache, but my strength has returned
as did Samson's not by growth of hair,
bat by using Salvation Oil.
Pat not your trust in everybody's mix
ture but slk-k to the reliable Salvation
Oil. It never fails. Bold everywhere for
Don't mtM seeing our fall stock of in
grain carpets. We make n specialty
Angora, the new weave. The Adams,
022 Brady street. Davenport.
'' Save the boys and the girls from scro
fula and other forma of impure blood bj
giving in em uoodi ttarsa partus. .
Save jronr perilled liberty
Prove ye worthy to be free.
25 Johanna McMahon to John Gro-
gan. Dart of lot 2. block 2. IKiW'V A
Botlc'a addil'-on to Rock I-nd. $l,Ukl
P H Munro to J A Mtinro, n I. lots 3.
and 5, Uuntoon's addition to Moline,
J A Munro to R U Macro. bJ. lots 3,
and 5. Hunloou's addition to Moline.
J H Robinson to Anna L Craig, lot 9.
block 1 , H R Edward's addition to Mt.line.
E Carlson to J A Udden, lot 2. Lindahl.
Cstlson. Besael & Angus'aoa College
Thomas Weatherspoon to John Little.
part of oej. 13. 17. 1 w; assessors plat
ISiCl. r 14. 17. lw. 3.2S5.
John Rose to Johu Little. 13 and 13
13. 17. 1 w. l.
27 C M Wah'berf to B F Sioirxon.
part of nw. 17, 1 w, 250.
James Johnson by heirs to J D and
T.rnoiby Beecher. $ of lot 6. block 2,
old town of Rock Island, f 5.100
23 Estate of Matthew Martin He
linquisbmsnt by widow of right to ad
ministrator filed; letters of administration
issued to John 8. Johnson bond filed
and approved. John W. Johnson. Rob
ert Hutchinson and Joseph Miller
pointed as appraisers
Z4 instate oi wnaries L,mn nnal or
der of administrator (filed July) approved
and order of distribution.
Estate of Cornelius Lynde Finsl re
port oi t xecuior uiea and approved ; re
ceipts of legatees filed and order closing
2S Guardianship of Edward and F
Axelson. Final account of guardianship
and report and release of w ards filed and
approved , and guardian discharged
bilate of Geo Schneider. Inventory
tiled and approved; claims sllowed; ex
ecn tor's report filed and approved.
Uuardianship of Etta Schneider, minor
heir of Quo Schneider. Letters of guard
ianship issued to Fredericka W Schnei
der; bond filed and approved.
Insanity of Chas Fitzpatnrk; hearing
verdict, insane tto a pauper: ordered
committed to the Northern insane bopi-
tal at Elgin, and that be be temporarily
restrained by the sheriff, pending his ad
mi-nton to tbe asylum.
28 Estate of Amsziah Titteringlon;
petition to sell real estate, etc.; order ap
pointing commissioner; administrator to
assign dower and homestead.
J. K. Vomoti,
0 Mir CULT,
THURSDAY, OCT., 30th.
Ppes-lal Bnrmicemrnt of W. J. FLEMISH'S
Urrau Pf-Dttactlwa of
IN 80 DAYS.
Nothing like it ever Attempted! The
Greatest Spectacular in Existence
40 GRAND ARTISTS 40
New and Besattfn! Scenery!
mi pern w artimbe ?
Dazilin. Prooenle ! cliti-nn tnn.ii.'
Charm ikk Muaic!
rand Amazonian Karrk'
An Efficient Com- of AUTillara Pi.n-a-
Vrira-aift. 54 and T.V. aeaiaua ra'i Ta-iav
at Harper lionen arusaton.
lOO Years Afjo
People didn't expert to rend ain-h. winter even
In?, and lamp wr n Inxnry everybody dldLl
Now, we torn night into day. and every bod, his
laaapa: bat HKKlD lamp la .till a Inanry. tabt-k
everbody dorenl bar.
I nub yon d call and aee the
LITTLE JEWEL LAMP:
ometlittMC renlly new. and the prettteat ai.d he-t
yet. i candle power. , a-nal elre, nickel
plated, and no uartul ant cheap, that tneryon
onibt to have It.
G. M. LOOSLEY.
law Necond Aenne.
SO per cent redaction for tbe next X days
oa Buggteaaad Fpnn M'.on.
No. 1610, loll and 1614. Third Av...
la the cheapen place In th county to bay Car-
"a. iifir,. raiuia, vita. etc.
W. C. MAUCKER,
Haxing purchaaed tbe
Irvn j which be baa bad tefltted f.ir tbe Uj
tel bn-ine-a, ia now prepared to art.Hu
attodato tranatent gneata.
Day and Regular Boarding
at very reasonable prices.
Be is alao engaged la tbe
ft! U Pavm plavr vith choice 14 of Grurrr..
b4 sh IWU1UT !; imiJ,
Oysters at Krell & Math's.
Hard wood at E. B. McEown'a soft
Go to Uol brook's, Davenport, for car-
peu ana eiiK curuuns.
Send your friends to Erell i Math's
for a dish or can of fresh oysters.
Call and see tbe hand-carved bed room
suites at Uolbrook's. Davenport.
For bale A good family horse and
phaeton. Enquire at Aiteus office.
Parlor suites and fancy chairs of every
description at Hoi brook s, Davenport.
Ice cream always on hand and served
by the dish all winter at Erell t Math s.
A handsome line of book cases and
csbinets ust received at Uolbrook's, Dav
An elegant assortment of dining table.
Chairs and bat racks at Uolbrook's. Dav.
ben you want a nice rlUb of fresh
oysters step in to Krell fc Math's and or
der them up in any style.
. . . i i . . .
Auamn. toe credit man. Is showing a
beautiful line of fall patterns in carrjeta.
Call and see him, 323 Brady street, Dav
Bear in mind we do not quit making ise
cream when cold weather seta in. and yon
cU get it in any quantity io the coldest
weaioer. lie. member Krell & Math's and
get tbe beat.
The Crown dining hall. No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, ia now ready tu furnish you
the best meal in the city for 25 oenu. A.
B. Johnson, proprietor.
$50,(100 to loan on real estate security,
in sums of $300 and a p ward, al lowest
current rates of Interest, without com
mission, c. n . uursi. Attorney at
law. Koch Island.
PbmaaJ C altar.
Terms will be reduced to $5 for the
course for a class of twenty-five. CI ass
men at iw Becona avenue, rrlay, at
10:30 a. ml. 5:30 p. m. and 71 p. so.
Save big money by baying your furni
ture, carpets, ou ciotn ana drapertea at
the C. F. Alams : Home-Furnishing
uoubj, ,2 oraay sweet, Ueveoport.
Banks: I dined with a millionaire
yesterday. - . Cumso: . liow did be treat
jont Banks- Like a anilllonalra he let
n pay tor tb dicner.
Satnrilay, Ang. 3090.
Lloyd & Stewart,
HORST VON KCECKRITZ. 1
Pasacatrrtvna a SractaLVT.
Fourth Ay. and Twenty-Third 8t
KhftBaatSaebasad rWWvaall tbabraabaas
aani ao a nuowa antaai uw aywtai
taiitniaa. I'.neia, n naalaaaa Dm
aattn. fala la tb Bids, aa. Wbtaa
Sasaisaiiasaiaiaasbns baaaanown baaai
Heaanraja, y4 CitWi LMim Lrawr arrsi was
aqnally valnabaa la OoaatJpauoa. ewrrnaj aad pn
ventuif tbianaBnyir!fenanpaala.wnila Uay aaaa
lvr aod rngtliaaa tba linwaaa, SvaaaMtaasaatay
anUar from taw diaar
4n oaaat tainh bwtrorta-
Tali ly tliaira nnlnaaa il na ai laailliatnanil lb we
whocawtrv Um will Snd Um HtUMlla
bloranoanaay wnyntbnttbey will ar ha an,
to oo wuliovit tli i aa , baSatfwwaUMobaaaw
fl. tba bana of ao many Hvw tba bawnai mhm
'WnamSaonrirnail bunat. Oar ptllaewrattwhias
Cararr-a LntM tin? tfTat ar vary . until aaat
V-ry aaay to take. Ona or two pUlanaaAon it aa.
Tb-y araatnetly a-etanl and ala ao ertpa ar
nrt A not l-T VxsiT (-at la aruoa pWaan ail who
Methaaa. la TiaMatSSeaatat avowar IU BoaS
bj draaxbaa weary aba, aa? aaaa by aaaiL
CART IU aacoieiNI CO New York:
SaiAU PILL SHALL DOSE. SLULL PRICE
h ex: o J
" Cooler weather at hand jast cwwngh bCl U ra
mind om of the colder days to cosna. We want to
a aba B.
aawaastwa VU vt UV JM,a-BJ UIJI VtwV ajanaiaii '
sop Mr your Bceds ia coid weather goods. MsyawM
U5DEBWEAR. If yew weel mm yowraalf bar
about tba child re T Call and las pact ear Haw la
white, scarlet and natarraL We could a Base ewtaee aw
several line bat vo will kee BBBch SBora of tbsdr
value wbea yow ae them. We are awra yew tU a
preciau low price. ,
CLOAKS- Dave yoa aeea oar Haa'of .
A visit to this dV part meat will repay row- Paatia
plains and other effects from 4 years toll fwUft.
Tbe best thine aboat tba whole array of cbndrew
aad miase cloaks is that they coal ao Utti wary tat
aeasoa. Real aaerit at small coat. Bring tba cStUAre
More abwat ladles cloaks wbew are bav tba aswjoa.
Ia the aeaa lime pay a visit ia Uw ladies' aawrtaeaU
Da t fotgrt ortr blanket aVawrtsneat. WalU btt
atSSca pair. Grey tdaaketa at fl.ll a pair. Jfat
pure Aastrallaa woca. of ooaras aoC. bat they wl keep
yoa warm, txiia of bet tar aaa. Tots a gat to aaa
oar f! 50 all wocl scarlet blanket.
Kock Island. Illinois.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
FurnitiLre and Carpet Dealers
H pure '
Have tbe largest watabllabmast West of CfeJaej-a.
DONT FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZr.lAUN.
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Not. 121, .26 an! 123 Sixwntb 8ut,
ASK TOUR GROCER FOR THEM.
-banet aad ba ptara la tb paper I
"an" "UK""!." iM -brat"1 aaln
Only aew-bair rent a word. Everybody raada tbla
eviuara. I r, 11.
TUTONKY L AEU ITRMTI MK at 1S14
scow4 aveone. J, W. JONES.
TV'K fALB-A KIWI- V T r M KUIOaL w.
L atmmnia. nio a f.H vt ,4 enal aoner a auuK
at t. W . JuttaV arcuod band aloee. Mil becoid I
T 0T A LARt'.C BLACa; KwPuL'!CrLAXD
-a- 'iri alHil o aonad; wblia aa
r-t. tront rwt and tail;
BUI Ml 14 aeaae.
tticuaruaiarao rxpaa tbb ran rrara taw.
Rock' Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, n.T.
Opea Sal'y tr.n a. aa. U I p. aa aal aarlar i laaliii . rraan V as aaVaank.
rtv percent la tarrest paid on Deposits. Money loaaed o ParaowaI Cat-
lateral, or Real Estate Sacarlty
t. P. tlTI'lLTra.. m-a. f C. DtMiBAXX. Vto. Praa. J. . rPOUt, Canbant.
F. U W Uaell B Retamt't. F C. Or, imaca Jab rvawaarb C. f llall
J. J. b tnarra. L N. ( av. Banal. I. M. atafava,
tar Vin aara aaaaM iatr I. ich u etu i, a i..a m.
n ward t. lodar. Ho.
QBtXINia-II ANa Pl RKITl KK.
al.Ac- InanMl w rBMfM I
atneed at nuutbcwal curnrr Perry aad Tbtra au.
t-Ai.n VAI.l AULE riTiar la.
penvrav-nt o alevaora. ow la OMratloa at I
Mar Kiot.hlna: W ork, svo HaaiUina M Pan
ra; prawrva lire and It
HoBT J. WAI.ala,
for fall Bkrticaiara
WANTED A MTl TIN A MiOONl) .IHL
n a tr.tl.. ramiiy in Ku, k Inland, tan far-
nl-b nrt n( nrfrn-n. r.
boa Uenraco. I 'I.
fur paniralar addreaa
AANTED-THHEKITI LUi,liNT AND AC.
II live aoticltnr to work iaa.uk Uadroanty.
aiwivr noac tiimrj lock ens , av
XTTANTED l ITAHtK FARTT Tv LB4HM
w . oar aoeine. and travel for na: ---
Amencaa; etrady noeitiua;
vealn at Uoanaaerctal autrl.
WANTED An actl.e Tra,eltn( Mnnu to
orli a c-nerat line of asr aritbaada
mercnant m.ly. tnm ware, and riaenae pa
an,eaM omoe 5o-r7 VYallnioa at . Ctocafo.
WANTED A PLA.-E IN A CKIVATE
family by a man and to. wife; tba anaa I.
tbrouxily arqoaiutr wnb tbe datlea racideatal
uiMuttn hnnrm, m.u1 itr vioui la a at
petrat bnoae ka-prr. Beat reriwacra alrea.
Fit Ladies' Pine Shoes in a'.l tLe new aty lea aad patterns.
Por Ladles' Pine Party Slippers ia new as j catchy abide.
Pur Men's Patent Lea bcr. &doaa aad French Calf ia new fall at las.
STABY, BERGER fc S5XLL.
Second anJ Ilarrisoa Sis. Suorjr.aors to O. M. SrbnalJL n.erw
Choice Family Groceries
Cor. Third avenue and Tweoty-flmt St. Rock lalaaA.
1 Intcbw n . r Ctwrrin ikit will W oil i iim. . mm . .
patruaac aultc Uc. -- 1 " 1 aw pwnuc
WATkl.-A LADY TO MANAiE A
Braurb oSce. at b.rwa bnane, lue tba V
Bon remale pectsc "itnntT U;y"; a epleadid
,vnu,i, . auareea wita a:aa, Tba Wt.tWu-
ley Mawtcai laeUtale. aawth bead lad.
QALESMEN WANTED To a ELL NCkKKMT
a,iocs. pttnanoo prrasaarat. alar d al-
iMton rrava ftm. No etirt
titst trwmr. Write foe aeraaa.
K. UOOktR CO.. Nararrynaa.
K.Kbeeur. n. V.
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
No. 20o Piftb Avenue, ROCK XdLAXD.
ew state, aew wtaak. aba brat aovdaal tbe love pel-, j alrnn aft
TTTAVTKD 4.KNERAL TATE AOENT To
v v open naqaanrra la aoaae principal ally.
i"w.r es, toane coniroi or aur ba;aev. aad a
point W"-al and inl-amii, la every cite in tb
aiau ; rU well known. aLaui. ka t
aeraaJ demand, aad par a at pruet 4 Su to Ka
prrrroi. aodm, thi I MO COM PA NT.
v, nraaoaa,, lurk. i
laainer yaeda of cntcaM mi nu i.
vwrrurw appocauiia ta aenraa I
IIOOPEK. aacertmrr of aba Chic
I a-4 Dealer AawtatMia. rooea sis -na
taaann. a. K. cam at Ladaua aad Wa
stnwta. lakAwa. 111.
f 200.00 and Upaysvrd.
For Sale, secured oa Land worth from
three to five tiraea tba anaooct
tatareat 1 Bar eaat aratl aaaaaUy. asllaciad aad
iwaaiuaa nwa ai caargw.
x E. W. HURST,
ATTOajrXT AT LtAW
aaawMaacaf S sMl 4 aKMQaawC TwB9wn.
ROCC ISLAJID, ILL.
Teaches its ataaaata a
traaa aa taaa Btarta
aeaiia railroad aarnaa.
VALtSTINE BEOtt .
T l aBKK-UHBEK VAKD
J-i ail rrade. caa ecare ateady eatwi
rnraa to I, L
Narrow Escape from Fire!
Bat prices went down to meCU wants of every on wiahia to bay
J. JL. BElatlrsLET
ATTOR!fBT AT LAW-OaV wub J. T.
wortay. irat nacoad Aawaaa.
J it KM) A HCKNT.
ITTORKETS AT LAW. OSr a SVwk lalawat
ll .tauonal sau BkiMlaf. awb laa. IU.
a. a WII IT. CLOUIa,
ITTORSBV8 AND CXCNEIXOR AT LAW
iiuwc i DtafMea. a tuck, atocb I alaad. lit
OIL CLOTHS, SHADES, DRAPERY, Etc.
PRICES IN PLAIN FIGURES.
KANN & HUCKSTAEDT,
No. 18U aaJ 1813 Soooad aveaoe.
A TniRSlrS AT LAW Loan i
il earwnty. aaak eollaetliata.
au a kyaa. aaakera.
THE II1ILT Attt.l!t.
FDR SALB BTRtr EVBNlNO at Craaaataa
bewa ataad. Prv. eou par copy.
URS. KCTHERPORO A BLTLEK,
IIRADrATESOPTHB OITAKJO VBrBRMA-
urarwiMra. latoraary rbvalaiaba sap Sari
"wt -nooair ueery atable;
I .11 I HMVWVft "SI W .
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
S2.50 Per Gallon.
TSZOHN & ADLER
RmoTvi to 219 SfTntnth Btrett
ear 11 ae
by auapaa ba wba. aala aad ra-
W ar tbe larrrai aaaasfactarwra In
U beral salary paid, raaaaena paal-
l.e aaeaanea 1 auL aar.nl.ia.
CBIIXBRLAw UT9. CO . Cblrac, Dt.
jTX IIatb jov aen 8chiirU-'
.,7m Men's Calf Shoes!
Tn-ntln poaalar R ADJl'aTABLB FORM
IT. it i. war by Lad aa WMbia aaaai
aad (aad form, rue pan aaa law addreaa
ELGIN CORSET CO,
aurta Srata-r. ELUI5. ILL.
WM. 0. KULPi D. D, S.
OPFICK REMOVED TO
Taaa Eavsaar. DATES FORT, LA.
If ao. call na4 aaa tbesa. ad ba
vlnewc that w ta4
5 2 POR STTTV
PIT AND PRICX.
Oar Meals Sboaa caal ba beat.
We are Leaden La
J. IL GASP ARD.
Uwrarr BaOiUac. Davaaaart, lawa, Cal
atlaislas sad aaa swrt baSars laiiii le Ckac
MaLcs Shoe. look ncW. Soften at low twioaa. AO we nab
Lea&cr. VTe rccommcrul it trial
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr..
tt- fiflk Avcaua, 1819 SacoarJ Avnna,
HejaoU't Block lUrpt Uomm BaoeaT
tr rw m a