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JAHNS & BERTELSEN,
Tinware And Hoxjsk
lrtl-J SKC'oND AVENUE.
boon mvitt'd aiming the ladies sinre
the receipt of those eleg nt work acd
jerap bankets. They are of Indian man
ufacture, and as the product is very
limited it is doubtful if we will have any
B-rr tli'1 srason. Call and niike your
fUvti ms or what you want may be gone.
1703 Second Avenue.
"Wholesale Dealers for
Copper-Smithing, Sheet Iron, Gas and
Steam Fitting, Also Sewer work.
BAKER 4 HOUSMAN,
Opposite Harper House.
Howard Watches, Imported Watches,
H. D. FOLSOM.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Syrupy
Actsjquickly. is perfectly safcJaDd never fails to cure all Lung troubles.
TRY IT. 10c, 25c and 50c Bottles.
-Medicine knows for all Kidney, Las and Stomach tumble, la
6c a Bottle Samples free
ROCK ISLAND, ILL
5 feet bamboo easels, 89c.
8x10 gilt frames, glass and mat, 80c.
8x10 white and gold frames, iasa
and mat, 35c.
Decorated window shades complete
wiih spring fixtures, 85c.
Fure Irish Linen stationery por lb.
Wall paper at cost.
1705 Second Ave.
and Liver Pills.
Dniggiflt, Bock Island.
TWO ROUSING MEETING&
Our Next Congressman paks at
South Rock Island.
Mr. tablr'a Faattl.. Varl a Hat
tera Pi.i.iy ,0 ,rlH
Aodl-re-The Brililaat u. . Dar
raw Mprake ta a t'rawdre llaaae at
The democrats of South Roc'c Island
had the biggest meeting that has ever
been held on any occasion In U e town
ship last night. It was entirely informal,
too. It was not announced beforehand
by striking posters or heralded by bands
of music. A number of representative)
democrats of the place had announced
that a meeting would be cal ed of the
democrats of the township to talk over
campaign issues, and when th tin e ar
rived for the meeting the hall was crowd
ed to overflowing. Mr. Geo. M. Lukens
was invited to preside, ami Mr. Ben
T. Cable, the next congressman frjin the
Eleventh district, being present, as were
a number other Rock Island citizens, was
called npon for a speech. Res ponding to
the invitation Mr. Cable tilktd for half
an hour, devoting himself chii fly to the
tariff, a thorough understand ng of the
practical effect of which liemtde plain
to bis hearers, and he not only showed
himself to be a clear and fore it le speaker,
but evinced his own sound kmwledae of
and .judgment upon matters which per
tain so deeply to the people's interests.
He took up the article of tin-plate, and
showed the utter falsity o? the claim
made by Congressman Cannon, of this
state, that the outrageously exhorbitant
tax which was to be impose 1 upon the
people of this country with reference to
this article was necessary in the interests
of American industries. Cannon bad
held, Mr. Cable said, that the tin-plate
industry if fostered by the protection"
specified in the McKinley bill, would
give employment to 150,(XX) men, while
McKinley himself had clained that it
would give employment to 50,000 a
light discrepancy as between these two
giants of the protective idea but that
did not matter, of course. But coming
down to actual facts, Mr. Cable showed
that the total number of men now emi
ployed in the tin-plate fat lories which
supply the world was 35 000. and to sup
ply the United States, which is only a
third of the world, the lean number of
men that could possibly lie employed
would he 8t)iN a slight difference as
compared with Cannon's estimate of 150,
OO0, or even Mc Kioley's est mate, which
was 100,(00 less and yet to uphold the
McKinley idea of giving employment to
8000 men, the whole people of this coun
try were to be taxed $10,00 ),000 per an
num. Mr. Cable's pointed and compre
hensive way of putting his argument
brought forth a great demonstration of
Touching upon the reciprocity ques
tion, Mr. C tble asserted that it was a
scheme brought forward by Blaine to dis
tract the minds and attention of the peo
ple from the iniquities of the McKinley
riff bill. The speaker in a very few
words showed the absurdity of the claims
of Blaine tbat the reciprocity plan would
open up the markets of South American
states to the farmers of the United States
by showing'in a convincing m inner tbat
the South American countries were pro-
ucing more than they could consume
annually, and were anxious to export
rather than to import the products of the
Mr. Cable, in conclusion, spoke of hav
ing earlier in the campaign written a let
ter in which he bad stated his ytews on
various subjects of national interest. Re
had always thought until t be present cam
paign tbat his word would be accepted
wherever it was presented in support cf
is opinions, but for the mere purpose of
political effect it had Leer, peddled about
with great diligence and celerity that be
was not sincere in his statement with re
gard to favoring the Hem epin canal. Be
desired to say with a'l th : earnestness at
bis command that if elected to congress
he would labor failbfullf, diligently and
with all the ability be possessed to secure
adequate appropriations io carry rapidly
on the work of the Hennepin canal, which
he regarded as cf so much importance. not
only to the western stitei. but to the en
tire country. The audit nee received this
pledge, sustaining as it imply did Mr .Ca
ble's past utterances on '.his project and
branding all contrary representations as
ies. with great enthusiasm, the speaker
retiring amid applause tbat shook the
Hon. w . tiursl followed witn an
able speech on the tar ff question and
the meeting adjourned with the best of
good feeling prevailing.
DARHOW AT 40I.INE.
Hon. C. S. Darrow, c f Chicago, spoke
in Peal's ball, Moline. last night, to a
large audience, composed cnietly or men
employed in the shops of that city, a
well as those who were present from Rock
Island. The speech as mainly argu
menutive except towards the close when
words of enthusiasm rr laced those of the
hardest matter of fact. Every sentence
was attentively listen id to and the ap
plause was frequent.
This district, said M r. Darrow, has not
had a representative fur some years. It
has a man who draws a salary as aucb
but in no sense is hi a representative,
and no one knows it letter than himself.
He knows, too, if he knows anything.
that the MrKtnley bil was a cheat and a
fraud of the grossest kind but he was
told to vote for it and he did so. In this
way he misrepresented the people who
sent him there and ho expected better
at his bands. And yet Gest without pre
tence of excuse voted for the McKinley
bill that crowning work of infamy
from which not a per ny of benefit cornea
to the people. By it everything is made
higher except articles that are unimpor
tanL By it the 1 arroer is robbed, the
mecnanic is roooed una every consumer
is equally swindled all accomplished by
the republican bossei of the east. The
fanners of tbis country are serfs, he said.
They have not the opportunities for in
forming themselves t have tbj mecbaa'
ics. because they lit e too far apart from
each other, while the others compare
note of information with each other daily,
and thus become i itelligent men on all
questions that affec'. their interest. The
people nave an itbsolute right to boy
where they please and sell where they
please, but this the f cannot do under the
present infamous ayttetn of taxation.
The hours of labor should be shortened,
too. to that men w ould not be obliged to
toil eternally for er lOugh to live on.
eight hours a suffic ent subsistence should
THE RQQg: ISLAND
T - 1 ' - " "" nsammmaa
The McKinley bill anarovers admit
that the governiu'-ot did not want any
more money. Tbnre was a surplus and
a large one, and yet a tax of 47 per cent,
was raised to about 85 per cent. Was It
needed? No. except by the monopolist
of the east. They wished it so that com
petition should be shut out and more
wealth added to their already large stores.
Why not tax as only for enough to carry
on the government, and let tbat be espec
ially upon luxuries? The speaker showed
tbtt American - manufacturers would
charge just as much for the different
kinds of home made goods as it would
cost . to . purchase the foreign
article, thus reaping a splendid benefit
themselves, but tbat no one else
should receive any profit whatever.
When the consumer wanted to buy an
article he must go into a market in which
there is no competition and pay just the
price demanded of him. When he sells
his produce he must go into a market in
which the whole world stands np to com
pete against bim- Half the people in the
United States are farmers and the cities
and all men depend upon the farm. Be
tween 30 and 40 per cent- of all the farm
product is sold abroad and Liverpool
makes the market. The farm must accept
just what amount that market fixes. If
lie brought his wheat t Liverpool and
sold it there at the price fixed, and which
be has no voice la making, he will not
be allowed to buy what he wants over
there, but must come back to America
and buy for bis needs in a protected
market that will not permit any competi
tion. No matter what the price is here,
be must pay it. Now, how can he re
ceive any benefit from such a system? Is
it not a downright robbery to bim? And
yet the farmer who Is a republican will
be told by the bosses to vote for tbat
svBtem and he does it. The McKinley
bill informs him tbat it puts a duty of 25
cents a bushel on wheat. In what way
can that benefit bim? He has wheat and
beef and cheese and produce generally to
sell and must find a maiket for it. The
McKinley bill puts a duty of ?2 a load on
straw. Think of it! Two dollars a load
on straw, to prevent the European people
from shipping their straw to this country.
And. yet the farmer cannot see or won't
see the absurdity of all this, and keeps on
supporting such a scheme of robbery.
The bosses rob him first and then laugh
him. It is the same with wool. If
that article were admitted free we
could get cheaper and better clothes,
give more employment to men at better
wages, and not be compelled to wear the
ihoddy that is made from imported Eu
ropean rags tbat must take the place of
the wool tbat is denied u. Look at the
plows and other implements tbat are
made here in Moline. They are shipped
to all parts of the civilized world, be
cause the skill and rapidity of the Amer
ican workmen, coupled with the abund
ance of material and the use of machine
ery. enable tne manufacturer to do so.
The speaker showed how the manufac
turer always took advantage of the lo
in ere ve in the tariff and put it into his
pocket, leaving the workman to look out
for himself. Under this new tariff be
could afford to pay Lis workmen more,
but will he do it? No, certainly be will
ot. The workmen may strike, but
ben tbey do so the manufacturer goes
over to Italy and Buncary and other
places across the Atlantic, and he loads
p a vessel with foreigners, brinss them
over here, and puts them in the places
of the men who recently struck. What
can they do? There is no tariff on the
new workmen coming into this country.
They can compete with the American
workmen, or foreign workmen, who
cane to this country, and in a short time
became equally efficient with th other?.
The workman must not only buy every
thing he wants in a highly protected
market, where no competition is allowed,
and cell in a market where he is obliged
to compete with the whole world, but be
absolutely has no protection against the
hordes of men who may come into this
country and compete with him in the mar
ket of labor. Labor is a commodity. It
d'iesn'1 matter now to argue tbat it
shouldn't be so.but it is. ami if the man who
owns it must sell it in the dearest market.
It is not the same in all parti of tbecoun
try. In some states it is higher than in
others, as it is alio in some cities, but the
tariff is the same in all. Wages are high
er in this country because the conditions
are different more land, greater oppor
tunities and because the laborer produces
more. In ore steel mill in this country,
employing 15.000 men, there is just at
much work turned out in a year, and of
as good a quality, as is turned out inEng
land in a similar mill with 30.000 men
Now, bow Is the workman protected?
Everything is against bim. If the man1
ufacturer would divide with him it might
be all right, but he won't. These people
are taxing themselves enormously . to
make a home market of which there is a
good deal of nonsense talked now-a-days
but what benefit do they get? If tbey
should all tax themselves to build a roll
ing mill, would they share in the profits
of that mill? Assuredly not. Are wages
not much -higher in free trade England
than tbey are in protected Germany or
France or Mexico? Wby does our gov
ernment tax raw material, and the
tools, and the hours, and the food and
everything else of the workingman, and
then tell him it is doing him a beoefl;?
The only thing he has to sell is his labor.
Trade is an exchange a service. Could
we have the necessary freedom in trade
we could drive out , Enrland, and the
orld. in fact. We would not be hem
med in on all aides by a Chinese wall, but
our vesselsof trade would whiten every
sea and we would stand before the world
as the pre-eminent producers of every ar
ticle of commerce.
Ortaher Palter Bitlim.
- Marshal Miller's report for October is
Arrests Drunk. 9, breach of tbe
peace. 1; larceny, 4; drunk and disorder
lv. 5; obtaining goods under false pre
tense, 1; disorderly conduct, 2: interf ear
ing with officer. 2; defrauding hotels, 1
burglary. 2; keeping disorderly hoase.
animals running at large. 1; highway
robberv. 1 ; commoa drunkard. 1 .
Total number of arrests. 81; state
cases. 10; citv cases, 21.
. Jail bill. 6.
Light out, none.
Tramps lodged. 15.
Fines collected by Magistrate H.
WiviU. t77 35.
Tbe question has been naked, "Io what
respect are L fames, s puts better man
any other?" Try the. You will Had
that tbey produce a ptoaaasler cathartic
effect, are otore certain in weir action.
and that they not only physic, but clues
the whole system and regulate the liver
and bowels. For sale at 23 cents par
box by Harts ft Bahnjen. drogpsta.
Vote for Cable. -Vote
for Gordon for sheriff.
Wm. McEnlry, speaks at Milan tonight.
Lewis Wilson of Rural was in the city
Australian bear robes, at Lloyd &
Mr. A. C. Dart has returned from his
extended eastern trip.
A One line of ladles' furs and fur trim
mings. at Lloyd & fc-tewajt s.
Toll Gale Keeper Sweeney's collections
fo' October were 3 10 25.
Elmhurst tie, the latest scarf in the
market, at Lloyd & Stewart's.
Vote for Uinman and let brains triumph
over ignorance and egotism.
Vote for Wilson and Vinton give each
1 voles and both wtll get there.
Btcuer'a orchestra wilt play at the L n
don Clothing Co. 's store tbis evening.
Mr. C C. Chain of the Bushnell Dem
ocrat waa a visitor io the city today.
Messrs. O. C. Houston and James Brit
ton of Andalusia were io the city today.
Vote for Marshall for county euperin
teadent of schools, and down the auto
crat Tqe flneU design io carpets are bring
reoeiven every day at Clemann & Hals
The Rock Island Turner society has a
gymnastic entertainment and coocert to
mono w night.
For Rent House and store. No. 1324
Third avenue. Apply at Kobn & AdUt's,
Look around first, then go to Lloyd &
Stewart's and get something good for
Last night was "All Hollowe'en and
the youug mischief maker and miscreant
were out as usual.
More of those choice oak bedsteads
have been just received at Clemann &
The house. 922 Second avenue, for
sale or rent. Seven rooms, in Rood order.
Inqu re at 1103 Second avenue.
Clemann A Salzmann have just receiv
ed an elegant line of fancy chairs of the
latest and m ?st exquisite design f
The London Clulhing Co. is adding
to its clerical foice every day in order
to attend to the vast crowds of people.
Every purchaser goes away from the
London Clothing Co.'s. establishment
well satisfied wiih the bargains to be got
When making your bet of halt on tlie
election always bet a Dunlap hat and
knew you will get the best bat in the
The success of the London Clothing
l-o.'a opening nas far excelled its ex
pectations, lis clerical force has been
thoroughly ioadtquate to handle the
steady stream of customers.
Geo. B. Browner is to be the next treas
urer of Rock Inland county. Campbell
conceited that when be attempted to re
tire from the republican ticket list week.
and refused outright to pay any assess
ment for campaign purposes.
Capt. and Mrs. J. M. Montgomery
are borne from a few days visit to Chi
cago, wbere tbe captain as eminent c ra-
mander of Evans Commandcry, attended
meeting of tbe grand commandery
Knigbta Templar of tbe state.
Several shots were beard in rapid suc
cession in tbe vicinity of Sixteenth street
and Fourth avenue, ah '.ut 10 o clock list
ighl, and this morning the report flew
over town that a man bad been shot.
Diligent investigation has, bowever.failrd
to verify these rumors.
In its report of tbe parlor entertain
ment at the residence of Mrs. J. M. B'l
ford Monday afternoon tbe Annus spoke
of Mrs. Frank Gould of Moline as having
iven to readioca. Tbey should have
been vocal aelectiona. as all who know
Mrs. Gould's sweet gift no doubt under
Among the still hunters who have been
slyly stealing through the lower portion
of Rock Island county distributing Oett
boodle of late is Pat Feron. the capitol
building policeman at Springfield, who
is under tbe impression that thus he is
paying off tbe obligation tbat he
owes for his soft position. Perron did
not come to Rock Island.
Crop correspondent Campbell's report
to tbe commissioner of agriculture for
October give tbe average of corn per
acre to have been 25; the average quality
SO; average yield of potatoes 35: average
quality 7; average yield of hay 11; qual
ity 100. The grape product cumpared
with an average crop is 80, while apples
are estimated at only 10.
As f arther proof of bow contemptible
the Gest bosses have gotten in their
misrepresentations a letter has been re
ceived by one of the faculty of Aueostsna
college from a merchant in New indor
stating that it ia being peddled about
down there by the Gest men tbat the late
Ik Cable gave 925,000 and other dona
tions to Angustana college wiih tbe sole
view of enhancing tbe value of b s land
surrounding tbat institution. The pro
fessor at once wrote back that Mr. Cable
did not own a foot of land about the col
lege and that this wss simply anotbtr
Oysters at Krell & Math's.
Hard wood at . B. McEown's soft
Oo to Holbrook's, Davenport, for car
pels and silk curtains.
Send your friends to Krell & Math's
fur a dish or can of fresh oysters
Call and see the hand-caired bed room
suites at Holbrook's, Davenport.
For Sale A pood family horse and
phaeton. Enquire at A rocs officr.
Parlor suites and fancy chairs of every
description at Holbrook's, Davenport,
Ice cream always oo hand and served
by the dish all winter at Krell & Math's.
A handsome line of hook eases and
cabinet just received at Iijlbrook's, Dav
An elegant assortment of dinin? ta'tles.
cbaira and bat racks at Holbrook's. Dav
When you wtnt a nice dish of fresh
oyster step in to Krell 4 Math's and or
der them np in any style.
Auams. toe creoii man, la atiowinc a
besutifal line of fall patterns In carpets.
Call and see bim, 322 Brady street, Dt
uear in mini we do not quit making l
. . . - .
cream wbea cold weather aeu io. ami you
can gel It io any quantity in the coldest
weather. Remember Krell Jt Math's and
get tbe best.
The Crown dining hall. No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready tu furnish yon
tbe beat meal In the chy for 25 cent. A.
B. Jobntoo, proprietor.
50,000 to Ion on real estate security,
in sums or azuu and upward, at lowest
current rate of interval, without com-
miauon. rs. w. Horst. Attorney at
law. riock Inland
E. E. Parmenter, attorney at tat
Hake collections, loans mosey and will
attend to any st-eaJ business intrusted to
turn. Office, poetofSce block. rWk Isl
and. UI. rU4wly
The J. K' Graves came down.
Tbe Verne Swain cease down and re-
turned to Clinton.
sss. -vase . -- .
sued. o. aveaior came go wb witn sev
en strings of logs ana returned over the
i ne stage ox tae water was 4O0 at
noon; the teanperator at the bridge 52.
aaaasatal QmtU M
oe uoepitai unua asset Moedsy at
I P- av at the neUeace of lira. J. M. Ba-
lord. M. C. HorrxAjr, Sec-
NOVEMBER 1, 1890.
Save big money by bnylng your furnl-
inn. fmr nu a .Infk -1 I - .
the C. F. Adams' Honv-FurnUhine
House, 823 Brady street, Davenport.
The king of medicines Hood's Sarsa-
partlla. It conquers scrofula, salt rheum
and all other blood diseases.
Dont miss seeing our fall stock of in-
pram carpets. We make a specialty of
Angora, the new weave. The Adams,
822 Brady street. Davenport.
yyRIT OF ERROR.
STATIof Il-LIXOLS. I Witkla sod f.w th
Ttfirtbrrn e.raad Dirt, ton
fti-rctvt Corar. ) or Mid iu.
Errue to Aopvllalc Court of Illinola la anil r-
Annette dinner, KleratrW of the Ed-te of Samuel
B. KOjrer. Oeceaeed, Anoetlc einyer. EH ward II.
ttneer od Annette Uijrer. plaintiflt In error,
vs. John H. Wilaon, lining llako-. Oeorrr M.
I. Hake. William T. Hwn. Stephen A. Main,
Alexander T. Hentlrr. Thomaa J. Rnhin-na
Untie L. Walker. The Ruck l-Uad Paper t'nta
njr, ItiirrmojL. Mitchell. Phil Mitchell. II
11 am U. Ov-t. Kltnurn Unrac and Cueneliaa
U !. The mid Annette On re, ,,-nMi f
the eetatr of Simnel !.io-er. drrea-ed. Annette
l.uyer. Edward It Oarer and Annette e.nyet hate
Med out a ant of error from aald -upeeme court in
n-Tcrae a Judifinci.t obtained hy uid John II.
Wilran airaitut aaid Annette u)er, tlrrmni.
etc., AnneUeUnrer. Kdaard H. Unjrrr and An
nette e.nyer la a certain ra In arh-rh Hlme
Hakea. eieonre M. I). Hake. William T. Hire,
eleiibrn A. M-tin. Alexander T. Hentlrv. Tt..n...
1. iiohinma. I'harle L. Walker. Tba Hock l.lind
Paper I'otnpary. Philrmon L. Mitchell, Oa-vella
Ion ic, f.hl Mitchell. William ll.tieatand aMmore
W. Ham are al-n parties la lb aald Appellate
(Vnrt of Illinois In and for Ihe aecund dl-trM
bl h aald writ of error t now MrKtln, la aald
Saireme e'oart; and whereas, a writ of iv-tre
rarias na- neea oaljr Issued herein. rMamablroa
the Srst dar of the next term of aaid fcnnivm
'oa n, to he bolden at H'-awa, In said state, on the
Fltvt Tneeoay In March, next, acrnrdin; to law;
and. wbrrea. also. It appears he aflldatiton Ik- la
th rlrrk' fnce of sa d Suprr'aw 1'oan that ihe
said Holmes Unkes, Geom M. 1. Hakes, William
T. KiCKa.blephen A. Main. Alexander T- Krnllef
renon re-tdenlaof I he state of lllmnl- and with-
oat the reach of the process of said aupeeme rourt.
now. iiiereiore, on. tne saia Hoimrs tiake.
3eorve M. . Hakes, w il'lam T. Ways. Stephen a.
Main. Alexander!. Benlk-r. the said defendants
In error, s Isi-e Don-re-iileni-e annears as afore
said, are hereby notified to be and appear before
the jnetiies ot said urVtns t nort. at the next
term of aaid court to be bolden at ritan a. in said
state. ontherir.lTues.laT In March next, to hear
in record ami proceeding bronrht Into said
Supreme foert on return of aaid ant of ermc and
theerrorsas-t-med. if yon shall see St. snd farther
to on ana receive what said conn rbati order in this
Dated Oetobrr ith. A. O.. 10.
A. H. TAYLOR. ( Ink.
'M per rent redaction for Ihe next So day
on Kugieaand hpritisT Wagons,
ho. IS10, lnu and lMt, Third Art
Is the cheape-t place In th county to bay far.
riafc-es, nudities, raiuis, una. etc.
W. C. MAUCKER,
Hating purcht-ed tlie
Proiert j which be baa had tetHted t.x Uie ho
tel bsiiiicis. It now prepared to accimi
toodata tran-ient gat sts.
Day and Regular Boarding
al Ttry reasonable price.
He is aleoetifaited la Ihe
t th tame prm with a cle.-? U of GmccriT.
t -rtu proottt r a vivtrcta::.
Lloyd & Stewart,
HORST VON KCECKRITZ. PharmacW
fiDrxirnoti a Srxoai.TT.
Fourth Ave. and Twenty -Third St.
ia Bl B UF
1200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interest T per rent e-al annaaU. collected an
remitted f ra of chat.
E. W. HUBST,
Attorjtxt at Law
Rxnas I aad Masonic Tcapm,
ROCK Id LAND. I Lis.
IfliriTtMC'C Teaches l' tadeat a
ALLLIIIL trade aie thea starts
inrCDIDUV VALENTINE BttOI.
ItLCOnArni IVItJitbnui. Wat.
lOO Years Afro
People d.dat expect ia read an a. waitee ersa
ta-a. aad lamps wr a laxary erery body daaan
How, ant tare aickt rata day. iiliiiijWd) baa
imp: bat a OOoU Uaa la stUI a salary, which
etc J auf y aataal has.
I wtah yoa'd caB aad see the
LITTLE JEWEL LAMP;
iBwstritat reaBy aew. aad ta wutat Bad boat
yet. aaaatle Bower. , aaaal aisa. ah
pmara. and a aacfal aad camvp, that smjaas
aaM as has a.
G. M. LOOS LEY,
ISck Hsvlarb lad reMesaan tin In wide sne.
t)r.x to a UUona atala of Us aj an ea. saoa a
aniline. Ka ea, liiiinalisl . -atia afta
aus. Palala Us rsia, a, arh.ks uxt nost
a in rma as pe aawwa ta
riatfortj. r4 Carter Lit (J tiear Vrns an
a-jtiailf Tslusiiss ua Oositlulfcm.rmr-!iAd
Vrouuf thtjiaxiytfMreotB4auit.wlitle lln f , i .
titer and wajalaa the h n wala, fcsaatf tbey aaty
ftufisT trmthmlumia0( otTmf 4aUfst; bstfart
Jj3ts4w I brirfrvrwStjsjvMd'sr-a 4r tvfvlrd tHoa
W So cor try Uarn wll flivi tbmm liftte fIta
(I tn motijMXij vjrar bvl lby ftvi b ii
fcstmsbaasof as many Uvea that hsea la lri
Otn-ra do not.
Caratr LMtla TJser Tin ara very rsjaS anat
Very easy In tola. On ne tvo pills ma a ansa.
Tbey araarncily eeretaldeand do aot tripe er
rrr. bat I ft tnetreenUsacuua rl a ail who)
uaatheaa. la etaisat lSmla t Senior II. Skaat
tj oxatana ersxyalawa, ia: mcax by aauL
CARTER WCCrCfNI CO New Yor.
SUAU PILLS. ALL DOSE, SHALL PRICE
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THEM;
.'healie-t and het btare la the natjer f,sr
-wania.- -ut. -ale- and -Heat" notice.
only one-hair cent a word. Kvrrjls-ly raada thl
nituaa. ry 11.
VfONEV t."AKUON ri'KMTt'KR lt
.a.., secood avenae. J. W. JUNES.
pR SM.K-A risK l .t or M huioaL is-
L stmmenis. ai-a a f set f coal miner s ul
aid. W. JvM.es' .und hand store, 114 tweoad
T n-T A I.AKiiB Bl. va; newKiiI"!Uiumi
a-j tsar: weins atsit lit t-Mind: while c
neea-u fror.tf.-t and u.l; reward to Snder, Ha.
vit ?ui a.eane.
SKiMs-H AN J riKSITl'KR. boaaht. soldi
or elrhanrrd. M.hm-t hsinad or Psraitara
fweo at soutbeaM earner Perry and Third ia.
. - r,wi
FUR hAI.R VALlAHLR PATSKT IM
peiemeat on K ir 'rm Now la otveatlaai al
Mar tnt.htng Works. rJH, llaanltna M, lailada.
ra: prs-tnrea lire and fin- fall n.rOra!ara
apply le Hour i. ALMKK. laseakar.
WANTED AMTt'aTIuN A KlM,liL
in a tret class fairnlj in lu k l-iand. C an f ar-ni-h
hf-st of ref. ref c. For panicvlar addrea
wa -t- seaeeo. 1 n.
AATEt Till: IK INT! I IJ..EST AND AC-
1 1 use aolh iloes to a.w w ahs a Is.aad coal.IT.
Aouns-s--inac l.nn-ary. loih lt s Lsa-
e L port .
TTTANTKr-t lTAtlLErARTT TO LE kX
v oar basines-and trseel fa-
Amertcan; steady tm.iins ; rail aftei
'1 a Uasamernal bot.U
rrTANTED-Aa actlT Traselme -avkesmaa to
II a r nrrsl I n of ait Irskudte ta
mrrtbanls on'y. Ihsh ai.-r. 4 ttsnses and.
-- "- i . - w.in4rt ,tiKSs.
WArsn a plaie in a fkivaTK
family by a fnaa aaJ hi-w:fr; tbe Bnaa I
lh-mai-y scaainld with Usr dalies lacdeitai
tuibera-eor n..r-ea. and the wMaa i a ao
peteat ksmse ksetvr. IWst reference ;:
Addrt-ss -A ' Aatits officr.
TTTATSl.-A LADY TO lltll.I A
W Branch omce. al berewa aaar. for tbe T
aoa remalc perfic oeat.ee Uiy": a tsrdid
si'ivngsiij; aoares w ita sabp, Tbe in.Osoa-
let ajeaKai ina;itate. honth Bead lad.
QALESMEN WANTED To ELL MhaKkT
sr-ucjt. Mtaattuas prnaaarM. saare aad at
rea. or roasmis-ioa from sn. o eipen
isrt snrwur. m m irw write Toe
stat'ars.-e II. K. UoohXR Co . Xareri
kuctster. X. V.
XTTAKTED4.KNEKaL .TTR A..UNT To
VV opaa bejdiaane-r la sssia prtarrpaj mtj.
as-sase earjosHc mis. ft oar
point mral aaa saa-acats ta e.eey city ta ta
phi. , rw. mi issva aasa i. Boer, la ad-
eersal cemand. and pay a art ret of V) Ln l'O I
prrreat. Adares TH a L Mo.N ttiMfANT.
.s nnaasii, .ire 1 uea.
T tmBKK-U'MBSH TAMD
I rawsiast I-
JmJ all trade, eaa s. f are straps raissi.
he lam r yards of I'taara at from II M is
j pT uar wn srtMlcailoa ta person to K. a
Hoot r. K aorretarf of abe tbicaeo Lambrr
aed Dealer AsiatMm. nsaa a is hut-, mj
tomaatece. n. a. na-aec Laaii aad W asamftoa
PROFESSION AX. CARDS.
i. X. UEAklLEl .
1TT0RVRT AT LAW-OSm with J.
sawaeiay. i.m neevaa AseaaaL
J11KS0N A HIRST,
TTORWETl AT LAW. f ear, la Rork Island I
stauoaai aaaa Baisdinf. hk laatad. 111.
SWIEMT A WALKER.
ATTORNEYS AXD ntl NELlR. AT LAW
omce ni Beastoa .wet. koca laiaad. lu.
XrEMBf A MrEMKT
TTORMTS AT LAW-Laaa
oranty, aaaaa collecuoas. kef
um I romotjcw base a.
THE UAILT AKblK.
FUR SALE KVERT ETENINO at Oaaudoat
Mew ataam. Kt reals per copy.
DRM. BETHERPURD A HITLER,
nRADI-ATEOPTHR OXTABIO TETEaN A-
' wt'r, . eieraars rassten ana na.ansa
nacei i inqaii um stasis: as.
mw assvaea oyaara.
T n oar rasa b? aampl la arhah.ass and rs
latl trade. We ar tae Urrssd assasf artarses ta
oar us., usrmi eaiars asua. r
Mamrf aoeaaoed for a
r or esem aidreos
00 . CUra(a,Cl.
To sen the anemias- a. ADJUST A BLR men
ttKKT. It m wora bf LadM a aim al t
aa a goo loraa. rw amrueaiar ad dr..
ELGIN CORSET CO.
suraa braaar. RLwIX. I IX.
WM. 0. IULP, 0, D, S.
OFFICR REMOVED TO
aaaaa SS, ST. SS aad SB.
Tab Cavata. DATUPOarT. IA.
J. IL OASPARD,
U-f-ry BteOmmt. Paeaawart. Isara. Cal
a i -
Xlock Island. Illinois.
I Furniture and Carpet Dealers
Have the largest establishment West of Cbieacsx.
IONT FOKOET TIIK I'LACE.
CLEMANN & SALZrlAflf,
1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Noa. 124, 128 ani 123 Sixt
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Opea 41't Irm ilb in I . s and hsrtsrday eeealaf frata Te SaYaaca.
Five percent interest paid on Deposits. Money loasodoa Parson sXT Col
lateral, or Real
I. P. ntTOlJ. fre. t t". DtNCIINK. Vie Praa. J. M. BCPOKO, Cwahaw.
T. L Wttrajell, R T. ReeanJd. r. f
1. 1. Rrtasrr. t,
rar Will We-ta Jaly , l"i. and wilt
Bi.tll new nana mj coai:.ieced.
Ftr LaJies' Fine Shoe in ail ttie dw sly lea and patterns.
For Ladies' F:ne Party Slij.f rs ia new til catchy shades.
For Men' Patrol Lca-ber. CJuTa ao 1 French Calf la new fall atyl.
STABT, BERG EE & SXELL,
Second aad Uarriwin S's
-Choice Family Groceries
A SrsKla t.k of ttt-rti that wJ: be so'
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
So. SO -S F.ha Avraoe, ItOCC I5LAXD.
Xew itnt aew etwfc. the Wat sdt at the wat pevea. a aware rf rrTti ar aafltatad
Narrow Escape from Fire!
Bat prices went J own t- mee-CUae a-inlt of every cm w-iahlnaj to naiy
OIL CLOTHS, SHADES, DRAPERY, Etc.
PRICES IS PLAIS ntiURES.
K5lNN t& HUCKSToAaEDT,
No. 111 aad 1813 rVcoad avenue.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASJL",
$2.50 Per Gallon. '.
KOHN & AJDLERS
lie-m ore i to '219 SeTfnWnth 8ut .
Maica Shoes look new. Softcna
Lcalhcc. We tcc3romctvtl it
9M TJX Avaatta.
c I NTIRE BROS.
Cooler weathrr at hand jast ne(n rtDl to rr
raiod on of the colder days to con, w want to
saprJy your swdt t com! weaUieT roods- Itsy neyow
USDERWEAR. If yon d aone yowrse kow
about tk rniUrent Call and lnnx oar Ittef to
while, actrlet anl eatoral. W could name price
everal line but von will know snock snore of their
va'oe when yn arc ibem. . We are mre yon will ap
preciate low prirca.
CLOAKS- II.vs yn sera oar he of
A visit to this depart meat will repay to- rlaid
plains and other tffcrts from 4 yean to IS years.
1 ne tsest thine abont the wbot array of oh.ldrew
sad mtaara clotki is that taey cost lit'Je SBOtsfy th
a-aaoa. Ileal reel it at sea ail coat. Bring tbe csvUdre
M're atsnat Isdiew'doak wbea w have the spec.
I tbe nni tiro- pay a visit to Use UdaM'depMtaneat.
Ie't Uif fcir blabkH V-parUe-nt. WbH bearlaa
at C'sc a t air. Crey blankets at fl IS a pair. Xot
pure AuMraltaa wckJ. of coarse aot. fort they vjrfJI keep
you warm. Ita nf tstltev ease. Yaw wafcht to aass
uur f J Thi all wo. I scarlet blanket.
- nth Street,
TBS THE STATS LAW.
tankian. J-a rvaaar C. S. Lraae.
K W HiM.j.1 tilusL
iwk HlKSwB Loan
uor-tsrs to O. M. SchsaUt. DaveatKarL.
avctoe and Teaty-arA rC. Kodk. Ialaai.
I a: 1l a tat teltf arwaat.
A war of wabnc
Hire jon aees SclaieldeT"
Men's Calf Shoes!
If ncaaaad them. U U ooa
vianrd that w beat 43 oraav.
FOR CTTLE. - '
FIT ASD PEICX.
uar Kaa-s &aor cat U I
We ar Lmadnrs bt
Weraaai ariMa. AR ask
Barnar Hteaas KWA.