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JAHNS & Aertelsen;
Tinware And House
If. 1 2 SECOND AVENUE.
lis been created among the ladies sinre
tie rrceipt of those elegint work ari.l
scrap backets. Ttiey are of Indian man
ufne'iiri', and as the product is verv
jniitii it is doubtful If we will have any
n re this sens n. Call and mtke your
rl.M-ti.-in or what you want may be g ne.
1703 Second Avwnne.
Copper-Smithing, Sheet Iron, Gas and
Steam Fitting, Also Sewer work.
BAKER & HOUSMAN,
Opposite IIaepee House.
Howard Watches, Imported Watches,
H. D. FOLSOM.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Syrupy
Actajqafcklj, is perfectly safe'aod never fails to cure all Long troubles.
TRY IT- 10c, 25c and 60c Bottles.
Medicine known for all Kidney, Lang and Stomach troubles. It
Thomas Kidney and Liver Pills.
5c a Bottle Samples free.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
5 feet bamboo easels, 88c.
8x10 gilt frames, glas and mat, 30c.
8x10 white and gold frames, giasB
and mat, 35c.
Decorated window shades complete
wi'h spring fixtures, 35c.
Pure Irish Linrn stationery per lb.
Wall paper at cost.
KINGSBURY & SON
1705 Second Ave.
for the Celebrated
Druggist, Bock Island.
FACTS THAT TELL.
Hon. W. M. Springer n the
Ap""raie liowi. the. Ktbberr ar
vae MeKtaiey Law-Ubir Hills aad
Their rate-Masai-. Tia-Hiate, Twtae
a Traata eaerallr Tit fVaple,
Defeated at Every Tara.
Last ni?ht Turner ball was crowded to
hear the Hon. Wm. M. Spriofer. a dem
ocratic leader in the house of representa
tives, discuss the doings of the last con
gress, but more especially the legislation
pertaining to the McKinley sill. The
farce regarding the latxir bills was shown,
making it clear that it was never loteud
ed they should pass, and that even if
they cot beyond the house and became a
Uw, that their effect would be more of
an injury than a beiefit, as the
workmen could, in most cajex, get noth
ing under them. It was shown, also,
what is well known biT', tint Mr. Gest
sat still in the bouse while Mr. Brewer
was killing the eiktht-bour bill by lis
amendment. These are the bills that
Speaker Reed, while in Mai le, said had
been passed with "pro er amend
menu" the proper amendments
being that the people whom they were
intended t benefit were ac.ually swin
dled. He also showed thet whenever
pernicious legislation took pUce there
was Gest found voting.
Mr. Springer grouped his facts on ihe
silvtr, sugar, wool, metal, trusts and
other matters in a mitteily manner and
presented them to his nearer in a most
pleasing and comprehensive way. Space
will not permit a full report of his speech,
but as the republicans have never ceased
dwelling upon the benefits of free sugar,
attention will be more particularly di
rected to that matter.
FREE 6UOAK IS A MISN )UER,
Oa this point Mr. Springer said:
Our republican friends tell us they
have given us free sugar by he McKinlev
bill, aud upon this ttiey are going before
the people of the c- untry, assuring them
the republican parly has done something
to relieve intra of a public burden, and
ask their approval on lbit gToand. I
notice that Mr. McKinley, in one of his
speeches in his district, a ft w days ago,
stated indirectly, cut with evident mean
ing, with no other meaning possible, that
the McKinley bill was framed so as to
impose the burdens of our covernment
upon foreigners, thht tile consumer did
not pay the tax, that the tariff brought
everything down that is oeraU-d upon.
Well, if tlie foreiar.ers were paying lbs
lax on sugar, why didn't be let them pay
it? If Cubans and South Americans were
paying the su2r tax, why not let them
pay it? There was no demand on the
part of the Cubans that ttty should be
relieved of paving the burden to the Uni
ted Slates. But we are assured by Mr.
McKinley himself that the -.ariff on sugar
did r-ise the price of sugar in this coun
try, that it was'a burden upon the Amer
ican people, and therefore bis bill puts
sugar below the IB Dutch Htandard upon
the free list. Now, this Hi Dutch s'and
nrd does not have any -elation to the
German vote. Applause. Let there be
no contusion on that point, but it was
simply the dininrtion given by tbe gov.
erum.nt of Holland as to tbe fineness of
the sugar. That standard will allow
siicar to come in; pale brown sugar we
used to have in ibis country before the
war. It will be railed the democratic
sugar, the poor nmi.'a sug .r, because we
will have to use tbnt sugar upon our ta
bles. The monopolist can have the
white sugar hereafter or after this law
takes effect. There will be a distinction
between sugar for the pec pie. But it is
stated in this bill that tbe free sugar
clause is not to take cflVc. until tbe first
day of April ni x'.. I did not understand
why it was they fixed upr n tbe first day
of Apr 1. but I have got it through my
bead at list- That is All Fool's Day.
Apilnise Tbey have undertaken by
mis bill to make the people believe they
are going to have free ttgar when they
do not gel free sugar, ss you will see be
fore I get through, and very appropri
ately they fixed ihe first day of April
a hen it should take effect. Between
this and the first day of April the sugar
trust will te able to work off upon tbe
people tbe high taxed sugar then on
band, so that you wil. have to pay for
tbe taxed sugar. By that time they will
be ready to bring in the untaxed. And
let me call jour attention to Mr. Mc-
Kinley's reason for litis, fs he has
stated it. He said on the report to the
McKinley bill, which he submitted on
the Kith of April, wb :n that bill was
reported to the bouse of representa
tives, "So large a pmpoitiou of our
sugar is imported thai the bome pro
duction of sugar does not materially af
fect tbe price, and the diity is therefore a
tax, which is added to tbe price not only
of tbe imported but of tbe domestic pro
ducts, which is not true of duties on ar
ticles of which we prod ice all we con
sume. 1 am very glad that Mr. McKin
ley, in an unguarded ru uni nt., allowed a
modicum of truth to drop from his lips.
Here it is, that tbe old democratic doc
trine thit the tariff on sugar was a tax.
arid that it was cot onh a tax upon the
sugar imported but up ia tbe domestic
product, and that it w s borne by the
consumer of sugar. The reason of that
was that we could not make enough of
tne article in tnis country to supply our
Now yon will always know when a tar
iff is a tax. If we do not produce enough
of tbe article to supply our wants, it be
comes a tax not only ipon tbe foreign ar
ticle, but upon the domestic article. which
is raised in price to me-t to meet the price
of the foreign article bicb has paid the
Api.lv this rule to aoolcn goods, to
cutlery, to glassware, to a 1 tbe schedules
nearly of the tunffbill, and you will find
that it is a tax to be birne by tbe con
sumer, not only on the imported articles.
but on tbe articles that are raised ia this
country, uut air. McKinley aaya very
appropriately that tins is not so upon ar
ticles raised substantially to the extent of
our wants. 1; is uot so., ssys Mr. Mc
Kinley, upon wheat; but they put 25
cents a busbel of taril on wheat, and be
knew, if be knew aoj tbing at all about it
and be did, because he is one of tbe
best posted men in the country that
thirty bushels out of every one hundred
of the wheat we rain in this country go
abroad and find a market across the
ocean; and therefore, if you put a dollar
a pound on wheat, it could not raise the
price of wbtat in th' 9 country a parlhle
So it is of corn, of oats, of bay and
nearly all of our ai-ricullurt-1 product
We raise more than e can sell in tbis
country and tbe sur Inn must go ab'O id.
and the price whlcb the surplus receives
abroad fixes thj price of tbe bome pro
But Mr. McKinler further states:
"In 1389 the duties collected on im
ported ruear and molasses amounted to
f 55 OOO.IXK). Add to those the increase
of price on domestic sugar arising from
duty and it is clear that the duties on
sugar and molas-es made the cost of the
ugar and molasses sonsumed by the dm
pie of this country t least f 64.000.000
now. rememDer mat, ve4.000.000, or
"about CI for eac i man, woman and
child in tbe United Slates. More than it
would bare been if do such duties bad
been levied, and the domestic product
bad remained the time.
Now, you know ixactlv what the tar
iff on sugar coata you. It is f 1 on
baby even. Eacfc man. woman and
child sad to pay 9'. on account of tbe
tariff on sugar, am. he proceeds to Uke
it off and asks tbe Americas people to
give tbe credit to t le party for that. Then
he proceed to are- m that it would be
THE ROCK ISLAND
aueaper 10 give li e sugar producers a
bounty, instead of tbe protection that Is
received by a tetiff of 8 cents pound
upon the imported sugar, and then this
bi 1 allows, as it finally passed in the
conference committee, 1 cents oa one
grade of sugar, and on another 8 cents
poundvwhich it to be given hereafter for
fifteen years, as a bounty on tbe sugar
produced in thit country. Mr. McKin
ley indulges tbe hope and assumes that
eventually, which I suppose It at the end
of fifteen yean during which thit
bounty it to run in a few years, tome
of them tay, thit .bounty will to encour
age its production in thit country that we
will produce all tbe sugar that we can
consume. It that it to at the end of AN
teen years we will be paying to tbe tugar
manufacturer of Louisiana. Kansas and
California $84 000,000 In bounty on tbe
sugar that will then be produced, to
where is tbe relief from free tugar if at
tbe end of fifteen year we pay as much
bounty a we no pay in tariff? Ap
plause The first year, he says, wm be
S7.5O0.O0O. Let to at rise like tbe slept
of a ladder until fifteen years have been
reached, when it amounts to $64 000,000,
and you can bave tome idea of tbe enor
moaa amount of bounty that baa been
appropriated for In tbis bill. For fifteen
years, and tbe appropriation cannot be
stopped without the consent of both
bouses of congress and the approval of
tbe president, or the passage of the bill
over hit veto, for the fifteen vesn the
bounty will amount to at least $500,000 -
000 to the tugar growers. You will have
to pay some of that bounty here. For
the first year, the bounty for the county cf
hock island, your abate of it. because it
paid out of tbe treasury of tbe United
States, where vrur money it, will amount
to at least $7 000. and for the state of
Illinois $400,000. You are ttarting in,
therefore, upon a new system of bounty
paying. I do not believe there is anv
warrant in the constitution of the United
States for the payment of bounties of
this kind, or any other kind for encour
aging private eater prises. Tbe states,
even, have not the right to do to.
1 he most important authority on tbit
tubject is that of the lamented Justice
Miller. I presume our republican friends
will not deny he was an eminent jurist
at least all their papers are no filled
with eulogies upon bim, in which bis
abilities are extolled to tbe skies, and
rightfully, too. Mr. Justice Miller, in
deciding the case of the loan association
against Topeka, reported in 20 WalUce. I
655, held that "to lay with one band tbe
power of governmeiit on the property of
tbe citizen and with the otber to bestow
it upon favored individuals to aid p ivste
enterprises and build up private fortunes
none tbe less robbery because it is
ne under the forms of law. and is
called tax, lion." Applause. In tbia
case the city of Topeka bad issued bones
to tbe amount of $100,000, and given
them to a manufacturing establishment to
encourage manufactures. These bonds
bad gone into the bands of innocent hold
ers, and interest bad been paid for
four or five years, when a taxpayer ap
plied for an order of court to perpetually
enjoin the pavrnent of the principal of
the bonds, and that waa done by tbe
unanimous decision of tbe supreme court
of the United States, pronounced in tbe
esse by J us' ice Miller. In the face of
this authority the republican majority in
congress, in order t get tbe votet of the
Kansas senators and representatives and
tbe California aenatort and represent a
tivet for tbe McKinley bill, put into il a
provision granting a bounty on augar
for filteen years to come.
Further concerning tbe gentlemati's ar
gument on tbe tugar question will be
given in the Amies tomorrow.
WOOLEN GtKlDS .
Mr. Springer took up the question
of tbe tax on woolen goods and demon
strated that the consumers will be robbed
of $75.00.1.000 annually by tbe added
duty of tbis bill on the most necessarv of
all articles consum d by the people. Why,
said Mr. Springer, we can get along with
out sugar. I only use a teaspoonful ev
ery twenty-four hours. Some people use
more. I have heard of people who put
it in their whiskey. I do not require it
for anything out coffee. But I cannot
get along without woolen good. You
could not inhabit the sthi4 of Illinois
without woollen goods. Tbe health and
comfort of thit people and the very In
habiting of thit region depends upon a
liberal supply of woolen goods, and tbe
consumption in tbis country last year
amounted to $350,000,000 worth at
wholesale prices. Tbia it tbe place where
tbe people can be reached from tbe cra
dle to the grave in every family in tbe
land. Woolen goods are absolutely nec
essary, and they have seized upon these
and heaped your burdena up at least
$75,000,000 in tbe McKinley bill.
I have not time to refer to all tbe
trusts, but I will give you the names of a
few of them, and you will rrc gnize
tbem. They are quite familiar in tome
pans of tbe country. Tbe first I see on
tbe list is the twine trust. Have you
beard of that? We wanted it on the
free list, but we were told hy those who
wanted to keep it on the taxable list tbat
a tax on twine would bring down the
price of twine, and tbey wanted to put
tbe price higher. But tbe farmers bave
learned something about twine, namely:
tbe higher the tax waa tbe higher the
price waa. to tbey demanded tbat twine
should be on tbe free list, but tbey did
not get it. They got a reduction, whlcb
ia taid to be important, and when you
get a reduction on twine, I wish you
would drop me a note to Springfield.
Laughter It alwayt amuses me when
bear my republican mends tell me
about a tariff bringing down the price of
everything on which it operates: telling
tbe people bow much it bat brought
down steel rails, and a few things tbat
tbey mention calicos, for Instance and
those things that it brings the price
down, and tbey turn around to tbe far
mer and say we are going to Co some
thing for you; we are going to raise the
tariff on agricultural products. What
for? Touring thorn up. Laughter
So tbia tariff of theirs will bring down
the price of manufactured articles, and
when you put it on agricultural products
it brings tbem up. It ia a convenient
tariff just before election. That pro
vision ought to bave been put in force on
tt e first dav of April, with tbe sugar tax.
Laughter Then there wat tbe tugar
irust. tbe barb-wire trust, tbe wUe nail
trust, and tbe wire rod trust, and tbe tin
plate trust, and tbe borax trast, and tbe
rubber, boot aad shoe trust, and tbe cof
fin trust. Under tbia bill tbey bad raited
the price of tombstones from 20 to 40
per cent, r Langbter I l bey bave raited
the tax on tbe lineu of tbe abroud, so
tbat a man cannot afford to die. Laugh
ter 1 And if be abonld forget aome dav
and shuffle off tbia mor al coil, bit wife
will be charged 40 per cent for erecting
a monument to bit memory. I remem
ber wben my friend Cam lb waa coming
to this part of tbe bill be thanked God
that there wat something left that wat
not taxed. He taid. "I see in tbia biU
everything it taxed from the cradle to
tbe grave, but beyond tbe grave I find
that salvation is on tbe free list. Ap
plause 1 Thank God, salvation ia tree.
but is tne only free tbing I know of ex
cept the conditionally fre sugar, which
it not to very free after all."
At tbe conclusion of thit eloquent
speech. Mr. Wm. McEoiry was called
upon, snd made a tilling effort, confined
to the tariff, which was listened to with
attention, and for which he received
. Bossst A4vamsu)f .
Boyt' knee pant suits at 78a. made of
strong material and neat patterna. W
never trifle with the public. Our cus
tomer find tbe qualities better than ad
yertised. Simov ft MoexxrtxDEB.
At M .
We offer boys' knee pants a nit, which
delight economical mothers, aad plenty
of stylet to select from, at this price.
ntox & Moaurpaxoxx.
Time ia money.
rTTe S ?-atr d VPT-r r-TAT". tfHtefeVUtS mtxm T
A SILLY ARGUMENT.
NaklB KrtaVaea far a (Jamas aaS
caa It a Believes la Prefer
aee ta a Irtve Maa's AMSavit.
The Union reopena the Waldman case
tbia morning, and asks its readers to be
lieve tbat the words it puU into the mouth
of Catherine Waldmann, now deceased.
should be believed in preference to tbe
ttatement of Andrew Waldman. made
under oath. It attempts to make it ap
pear that Catherine Waldman tried to
giye sir. Gest a portion of tbe $500
which by the way it now acknowledgea
wat given her by Mr. P. L Cable over
and above the termt of settlement and
tayt tbat Mr. Getl refused to take it. It
holds tbat Mr. Andrew Waldman lied
under oath in bit ttatement that Gett
had repeatedly written the family for a
portion of tbe money be was not
entitled to; it bravely attacks and ma
liciously traduces the decea ed P. L.
After perusing the Unlmt tonsense.
the reader will be very apt to ask what il
all amounts to after all.
Vote for Cable.
Datrjw at Moline tonight.
Vote for Gndon for sheriff.
Fresh fish at F. G. Young s.
Vote for Vinton snd Wilson.
Nice grapes at F, G. Young .
California whiteclover honey at Brown
's. Chickens, oysters aod celery at Brown
Wild duckt and dressed chickens at F.
Bulk OTSters and eclerv at F. Ci
Orangea, leWns. date, figs and Con
cord grape at Browner'.
Darrow, tbe great tariff reformer at
Peal's hall, Moline, tonight.
Important meeting of democrats at the
South Rock Island town ball tonight.
Darrow the popular o ator of Chicago.
speak at Pet Is ball. Moline. tonight.
Tbe Iidie of tbe First B totist church
will give a Cnrislmas market on Dec 4ih
aod 5 lb.
Lost A ladi 'a open-faced til ver watch
on Third avenue between Eleventh and
The Union prayerful attitude will not
save Koehler from deteat by Creutz for
county clerk next Tuesday. See if it
Vote for Hinman for atate senator and
let your influence be on the side of brains
to represent the farmers' interettt rather
Charley Marshall it to be auperiifnd
ent of schools of Hock Isltml county af-
ier next luesoay. vote for biro and yoi
will not regret it.
Robinson and Gest are interested in a
seven thousand -acre land pe;u!ation,
and that it one reason of their personal
interest in each otber. maybe.
TheRx;k IsUnd -Turner soci.-tv will
bave a grand gymnast! exhibition and
concert at Turner ball next Sunday eren-
n K, i oe followed ny a dance.
Geo. B. Browner will be the next
treasurer of Rock Lland couotv. aod do
one realize that fact any more forcibly
ban does Turn Campbell.
Mr. A. Scbafer will have a grand
npeniLg of hia saloon on Ninth street and
Eighl-and-a half avenue tomorrow even
ing to which be invites bi friend.
According to tndav'a Chicago TrVmnt,
P. Reyoolds & Co. have received tbe
contract for filling in tbe lake front at
Chicago for tbe world's fair site.
Tomorrow being tbe festival of All
Saints, there will be service at Trinity
church as follows: Matioa sermon cele
bration, and reading of tbe diptvebt at 9
Rev. J. H. Kerr, pastor Central Pie
bytertan church, will preach Or evening
at 7:30 in tbe United Presbyterian church.
Tbis is a preparatory service to commun
ion on next Sabbath.
Perhap if Capt, Robinson and Gest
were not o intimately interested In a
seven thousand acre land deal out west,
there would not be such a fellow feeling
one for the otber.
There I not a better potted man on
the tariff in tbe country than C. S. Dar
row. assistant corporation counsel of
Chicago, who apeak at Peal' ball, Ma
David Emmet of tbi city, a switch
man on IbeC, B. s Q. met with an
accident in Moline this morning, bv
which be received a cash in tbe bead and
an Injured finger.
Will Captain Robinson explain that
seven tbonaand-acre land deal out west
in which be I interested with Gest? It
might throw come light on the mutual
intimacy of the two.
A telegram wat received bv the A Burs
from Clerk Ttylor. of th northern su
preme division at Ottawa thit afternoon
setting fort that the appellate court. bad
afDirmed the decision of the county court
n tne caae or uavanaugh vs McConochie.
tbe Rtxk Island mayoralty contest.
Tbe marriage of Mr. M. G. Mills and
M iss Emma Ayera, occurred at Trinity
rectory last evening. Rev. R. F: Sweet
officiating. Tbe couple were driven at
once to their new home in South Rock
Island. Tbey have many admiring
friends who will rejoice with tbem in
Mr. Ittac N. Pratt, business manager
of Ezra Kendall's "A Pair of Kids" com
pany, ia in tbe city a rr an king for tbe ap
pearance ol hi attraction at liar
ptre Theater Saturdav evening. Nov.
8 Mr. Pratt ia a former newspaper
man and ranks high among the theatrical
men of tbe country. You will always
una mm wun a good show.
Tao Cjaslati Attraetlsa.
A Pals OF lll.
iw umiuiii, mail ana ViiuMii.
October Slat and November 1st. W
bate secured a large quantity of ladiet'
DUtton nnareased kid s ivee. in all
enaaee of tan, gray and brown, and wlli
place them on sate at special trie a for
these two days. Tbeae fclove are worth
$1 in regular atock. We sell tbem at i3
on Friday and Saturdav. We bave aim
limited quanlltv of the dmaed kid
giovet oi similar goods, which we shall
ell at tbe same price, 60c.
M. A ax old. Davenport
u or letter aacalla foe ml lb rMntn at
JST . . '' eoaatv. llllaoU.
s-rv t , Mwv :
Branaaa. Micrarl Kaaffnaa. Mat Juha
OMon.alra M E itl a. in i.
To K.ltoca, mm kov.1
flwh, Pnl McE. Mra IB k Aril
IMrU.EIIck N.-I.O.. XrVk
Dice. nH7l snc. ai,
IllckcrM. W W Pclrce. 1 T
tMUich. Uaorc HUlrw. Mra M.rr
P0Drn-' u Bchmtdt. Ml.. Um
Hr.lrT. Prank NraowslUT. P
Hurt, f b (a) Tvao-T. InlH
HoWakD WBIXS. P. M.
at 58c. Bitter one $1.23. Nice cbia
chill overcoats $1 45. Yon cast help
oui oe aeiigntea aner seeing the excel
lent bargaina we offer in thit department.
onto a MOeKSPELDK.
The tpecial tale of boys' and children
overcoat and tttlta ia of far greater im
portance thai many would imagine. Tub
have but to aee for yourself to appreciata
turn Kicst. pargsin ooerea te those de-
paruneni. mmoh HMuriLDu.
Bait rheum, etc ,
Take Hood's SaraapariUa.
-W ' KW-. att
OCTOBER 31. 1890.
The Papular Orator to rak
Hear the Isaaesar the ttaar Diaraa.
sea ky Oss It aa I'aOmaaSa laeaa
Chat. S. Darrow, assistant corporation
counsel of Chicago, aod one of the great
est and most gifted orators in tbe state
at well as one of tbe most logical and
best posted speaker on tbe tariff and
otber issues which are commanding the
attention of tbe peorle now, tpeakt at
Peal 't hall. Moline tonight, and there will
undoubtedly be a great outpouring of
people to hear bim. Mr. Darrow tat
spoken here and in Moline before aod it
Rjr all Jaaa fall.
We want every mother to see our boys'
overcoats acd suits. Never were such
excellent values nffeied. To glance at
tbem ia sufficient to imprest one with Ihe
importance of thit tslq.
SlVOX it MoKKXPEI.Pr.K.
The fine grade of boy' overcoat and
suits are included as well at tbe cheap
and medium grade in onr special tale.
SlMOW & MoKNFELPER
Oysteit at Krell & Math'.
Hard wood at E. B. McKown ' toft
Go to Holbrook's. Davenport, for car
pels and ilk curtains.
Send your friends to Krell & Math'a
for a dish or can of fresb oysters.
Call and aee the hand -carved bed room
suite at Holbrook's, Davenport.
For Sale A good family horse and
phaeton. Eoquire at Ahuis office.
Parlor suites and fancy chair of every
description at Holbrook's, Davenport.
Ice cream always on hand and served
by tbe disb all winter at Krell A Math'.
A bandome line of hook re and
cabinet (ut received at Holbrook's, Dav
An elegant assortment of dining tables,
chair and bat rack si Holbrooks. Dav
Wben you want a pice dish of fresh
oysters step in to Krell & Math's aod or.
dor tbem up in any style.
Adam, tbe credit man. ia show ire a
beautiful line of fall patterns In earra-ia
Call and see him, 322 Brady street, Dav
enport. Bear in mind we do not quit making i
cream when rold weather seta In. and von
can get it in any quantity in the coldest
eather. Remember Krell Math'a and
get the best.
Tbe Crown dining ball. No. 17iH Sec
ond avenue, la now ready to furnish jon
the best meal in the city for 25 cent. A.
u. jotmaon. proprietor.
$50,uk) to loan on real estaU securitv.
n sums of $2110 and upward, at loweu
current rates of interest, without com-
isaioo. K. W. Hunt Attornev ml
law. Rock Uland.
Stve big money bv buting your fuml
ure. carpet, oil cl.itb ad tlraiw-riea at
tie- C. F. Aian.iT II.iiiM-Furni.hini
House. 3J2 Brady ureit, DtVrnp irt.
Don'l m seeing ur fall at k of in-
rain carpet. VVe make a iecia!tv of
Angora, the new weave. Tbe Adam.
22 Bredfs'rot Davmpott
lperrrt. rrdaciloa f.rlU Twit aid.j.
oa ttu&.iraai riii Wauti.
Ho. 1610. Ikll od M14, Thlnl Ar.,
I tbe cbnimt piar la th roanty to nav Car
rtua. bukim, Pwau, Ul.a. ate .
W. C. MAUCKER,
Hating purchiwtl lk
Property which he hat had trotted for tbe ao
tal batae, at sow trfvpuvw to acroot
bhkUU iranMcot gat a.
Day and Regular Boarding
at very rvaMroahle pricrs.
H la alao eogtgrj ' he
a! tb tunr pc with a c bo Ire; kt of Grocri.
r ana ptiMim wfavc Us J IT.
Lloyd & Stewart,
HORST VON KCXCKRITZ. rv.m I
Pacacairrrass a Dnruiti.
Fourth Ave, ami Twenty-Third St.
Oa atCm) 99
$200.00 and Upwards
For aaie, secured oa Wad worth from
three to Ore time the snout
of the loan.
IstMMt T par eawt ad saaaaBy. eeOada aa
nalUMlMw caarca. ""essasss
E. W. HTJK8T,
AtroRvxr at Law
aetatlas4 a.aali T ala.
ROCX ISLkSD. ILL,
A8K YOUR GROCER FOR THEM.
( haapaM aaa bw plara la Iba paper for
vmij mmiii real a word. Srvrybodj nmtt ISM
OSir L'lAJCID OX PlHMTfKE 114
poR 8V-K-A FIBK L T OP M Ktlll'il. tl.
L MrniiM-iiY.. .I.A a r,.i -r m.1 . t
at J. ". Joce accoad haad atora. lata Smm
T T A l.aRliK BLACK JiEWPoi'ttltLAXn
r; wriifTM afeMit 10 pn4.; whlia am
"TV1 aad Uil; reward to taaVr, Urn.
Sh1 Mxth avraae.
QS'MMl-HlXariHMTlkK. ho.. hi. mnlA
-or nrhanml. l v .
nmm at MaiheaM eornrr Perry aod Taira
FOR HALE VALIABLK PATtWT IN
proVMBrat aa Klvwora. nw la oprratloa at
Mat fini.hin. wM.. m.. ri-.. .
Pa; piwtnw life aad ha: far fall porUralara
-ft-" . . . al. . i lavaaaw.
WAXTKO A MTt ATIOf A f IUX1XD UIML
a a Sf-t-1.-. f.aiilr in Knit i.i.M
Pl-S .rf rrr.rro.. fur paruealara kMrna
WANTEO TMKBE TKLI...ET AMI A'
tlf at.lH-ilor. Ia arnrk i. uk
Adtr.'-Uoar Ulini) t.. kak baa xaa. Uavl
WAMKO-fl ITAFU.K PARTY T- LE HI
oar bu.lw. .. m. t i t. -. . :
Ataeneaci tad t.ttiM.. Mn
""1 "-"t-erc.ai Mrl. mf
WANTED- Aa aritr Travrllo- aaloawaa fa
-1I a r- D.r.1 l a. at ... kl-
""'f- r aa aaaaaai iiai.
fA hi.i. . . '.n t. i u . i .
- - w.iaju. a , f. atcaa.
TTTANTED-A PLACE l A PRIVATE
" raaiily by a maa aa4 al wife; Iba aaa m
th rooc'.lr tj i.itnJ a-,ta th datMra tou4catal
""""'a ant ! aaii. I. a mmm
peirat hoaa. karprr. H-.l reftraarea .irr
Atldrr.. -A" A KH . ritrr.
Waiaii.-a I.AOT To )AAB A
llramh nltrr. at t-r oar. kar .a- v..
awct K.m., nr sc -.-. r- Li.y ; a ai,Mdd
kt Medira. laatitaix. aoaia hra4 la4.
O .LEaIK WASTA I T. htl.i. M tMkr
- . . , mwnn prraoa.v. viara aa at
prnar.. or roaaM.a, fnaa n . S. raum
rata tMraat. "OITT rr. W tlU f.a- larma.
i.tiae.K, H K. liMklHrtl.Nnart.a.
WArKii-..ti.KLTri; ..ixr t
oua .-.lua1.r a mttatr nt,.l m.
a-aarflilamrt-urultf rhiira aad a.
pn'at lural at .t. ai. ta m cit. ta iba
Mala; a-oua.arrll aaawa. atml. u a.. w ....
v. nal ira.a-Ml. aa par a a. I t nalt m as a. I
.4 Bna4wa-r. N.w Tork. m
Llw-ukvii w-.iNaaEw op
l.l trti... ru c.f. ,.p,a.t la
tL. Iatah.r rrU. of CuVvj .1 f l i.
"'p-aa a:i kaih .a na to A E
IIUltPa-R ttwrrf.r a l-r ilua Laa,W
W-4Unliri -n.::..t...,n , naa.br, at
cnaiawrrv. . E rorwrr La.4a.w aad w a.hta-b
J. X. BElhllLEY.
ITTORNBV AT LA W 4ra wtta -J. T. Eaw-
a "u.r, 1 ,a sreobfl a maa
JUKMIX A IllKST.
. TTURW El AT LA w. oflr la Rock lalaad
-"" aiaua okiwia. H.aS l.iaad.111.
a. m. awaaaiv. C. L. WaUBa.
ATTORXEVB AMI Xr'ELURa AT LAW
lc ta Becfatoa-a tVar. Roc l.iaad. 111.
XrEMRT A IrLMRl,
ITTOBMrn AT LAW Low aaaarv.
.aaantf.aiakaral u .. H-l-mcr. Miua-
oai.acr. tncar ta rlucBra kaxk.
THE DAILY AUbla.
FDR SALE EVERT KVEMSO at Craatpiaa t
Nraa aiabd. Fia crau r caf f.
DRS. RUTIIXRIXIRD A BUTLER,
ft radiate op the Ontario vetesia
I rv conar. Vtimut rtkv.i.M - - - - -
'' Jiaaall a Llrrabir; laaaataaca: UVat
To aril oar rms bv aaiapla la araokrawla aad re-
aiiiraaa. w ar ta laerrat auaaractarrra ta
oor llor. Liberal aaiarv paid, p.rawaeat aot
OoB. Moaev advaarad tt waa. advorUatac.
U. P.fr a tdrraa
cEirsBBiat. mra. co . rakara, in.
To -ell tbe popa'ar M . B ADJUSTABLE POR w
IXIR.-ET II 1. mnrm by La4Ma ai.blcj caaafort
aad a goud foraa. For aarucalara adrea
ELGIN CORSET CO..
Riraa STaarr. ELOIw. ill.
VliriTlVr'C Teache Ha.tad.ataa
ALLkllHCO Irala mu- tbra stsrts
RfHlinl (If ' rallraa aarMaj.
11-11 Jalt.Tiiia. wu.
WM. 0. KULPiD. D.S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
MASONIC TEMPLE, -
Rooaaa . T. ! aad .
Take E.rrmu. DA V E N PORT.
J. M. GASPAUD,
Library eiiUdlac. DavaaMrt. Ian. Call fa
allawta aad ara wora batara (wa l CaaaS
IOO Yearn Alto
PaaaW dldat Xpert to read aat, WMkUv eaaa
a4 kaatpa wars a Muary aarvaadj daaal
. tara awtt aata dar. aliiintii has
fcapai Sat a GOOD laap la atill a kaxarr. aklc
rwrkv); luaat aav.
1 ara roa d cal aad aa Uw
LITTLE JEWEL LAMP;
aosartklac raaUr aew. aad iba iinm aad Uat
ret. . caadka pawar. H mt
ptatad. aad aa aacfal aad cfcaap.
(at fc aav H,
O. U. LOOS LET.
CIUXA AKD GLASaV,
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Have th larct tablihiniit Wast of Chicae.
DONT KOKGET TDK PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN.
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 131, I'M aad 12$ Sixt?nU. Street,
Rock Island Savings Bank,
HOCK ISLAND, ILL.
"paw da" tr-aa a wt. ta . aa, aa turar aawaaa- fraai T ta SaYte.
Fiv pwroant ialeratt part vr Dfpoaira. Mcmey loaaad oa pwraoaaCoti
Uierai. or Real E stats ctscvrlty
B. P. RETUK. Pkw. f C. DtX(X. rmlW J. . etTPUKa. OaaVaa-.
P. U W4rrtl. E P t-a-a;a.. P r t-tiim Ja Oaaaar C. W I rill
t. i. kaaara. L. ana a W Hurau J. M . aafat-d. ' '
iawa-ja m Uraav, tm w 1 iaa.
JmlS'' "'' "nU mnpr " tpad. .
Thoroughly Good Millinery
anJocbted'.y proves ranch cheapest la
Th raptitatioa which we have -tabU.bad
for keej-ag tbe beet asd latast
!y'.e n.:::.tiery it. th, cit jr. ia Irmly ep
held by EVERY HAT AND BONNET
SHOWS- Thar la a distinctive FTT
and STYLE aad aa ELEGANCE of
riNlSH a boot oar tcUUMry which la
5ne entirely to tLe nperlority ia the
rtiaklr.);. Onr DESIGNS are ORIGI
NAL aad PRIVATE to oarswlrea. aad
tbarelbra. caaaot b Juphcatd with
th FASHIONABLE EfFECT.
BR P. GREEUWILT
1704 SECOND AVENUE.
Narrow Escape from Fire!
Bat price wont down i meeChe waats of evsrv oa wishing to bey
OIL CLOTHS, SHADES, DRAPERY, Etc.
PRICES IN PLAIN FIGURE.
KANN & HUCKSTAEDT,
Sa 1911 aad 181J Sroad avrauc.
. ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH "
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN 6c ADLER,
KraoTrl to il &r-Trntp;ntb 8lrpt
MaIm Shoes look near. Softens
Lea&ct. We recommend it
GEO SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
ttt MfLa ATMwa. ltlll UeoU Avesiaa. '
Bevaoli Biock. Harper Haas aUooh.
Coo'er weathrr at haaa jost eaeogh rfctl! te re
mind one of the colder Jay te eotae. We went te
n poly your awed le coid weather roods. KJ he 70.
UNDERWEAR. If yoa word eoee yeweaU hew
about the child rea? Call a4 Inspect oar lieee le
white, scarlet and aataraL We could asm prices oa
several lines but voe will know ranch store of their
valoa when yon see them. We are Pure yew will ap
prmate low priors.
CLOAKS- flats yon sera ear line of
A vHlt to tbi departanat will repay rem. It kids'
pialos and other effect from 4 year to 18 years.
Tbe bet tbing about the whole array of child ree
aad eniirae cloak it that tbey coat so little Sboaey tai -eaa.
R-l me: it at small cost. Bring the chilire
More about ladies' cloaks whe i have the spec.
I tbe mraa time pay a visit to the ladiaa deparuasat-
Dal forret onr blanket aVparl9eiit. White beffee
atOa pair. Grey olaakeis at fl-IS a pear. No
pure Autra'.iaa wool, of course aoL hat tbey wCl keep
yoti w.rm. Lou of hettar oae. Ton oeht te see
our $J 50 all ww 1 scarlet blanket.
tbb twb stats taw
Uxv yon Ma SchneUerB J
Men's Calf Shoes!
If awra3 a,;a iWea. ai4 U cea
eiaorw that we heal all cxea.
nr AXD PRICE.
Oar Hew Saoea caat he Wt
We art Lewder la
eetiwioBa. AB are ask