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any di,pute and to end all possible oon-
trVer?y McCABE BROS.
., this week, sell two lots of Switz
rnmie underwear at 80 cents apieoe.
These are the genuine and first quality,
io secumls. You can find imitations
and second elsewhere for more money.
3t.viral dozen children's scarlet wool
timlerwear less than half price.
g,Ves lri and 1 8 go at 18o. Sizes 20
aIl i l'2 no at 2ftc each.
WE HAVE AN
mormons stoek of all kinds and sizes in
ladies", men and children's underwear,
tvnii'ht earlv in the seasoni which we
are 'epared to sell very oheap.
Lidies' glove-fit tinii fine saxony wool
-mi'iits in scarlet, white and natural
,, . ' ti.- "f h it. feathers, trimmings, etc., jat received anil m rkvd to HI qnloV
,.. -i tc. tlm.h ami rli-g.tnrr U. the McCabe ktillinetv thM is enilr. lv lacklne with the or
.,,,r,ii!inmrr. Ami ur prices are always lower than are found on cominotier',iid elsewhere
i,! !.liiri.n1-H.ciiiltiniii(it.ithliid.-prtmt-ntww.lltfron M.indaya m at Bo'c'nlitand
,.,,,.,,, until nil arc "". hn: lt of No. &an.l 7 Orownedge Watered rit.bon l the al.,utd Um price of
1713. 1714, 1718. 1718, 1720 and 1723 8kcond Avkstjk.
H- boenliTentod among the ladies since
the receipt of those elegant work and
jorsp baskets. They are of Indian nmn
.lfsiltire, and as the product is very
limited it in doubtful if wc will have any
in -re this season. Call and mike your
flections or what you want may be gone.
1703 Second Avenue.
A. J. SMITH & SON,
Yi ". tiock Unow replatc with Noveltie-t. Call and compare our stock aod prices.
A. J. SMITH & SONT,
12 ami 127 West Third Street. Opp. Masonic Temple, DAVENPORT.
yT. :r'f.-. ri-'frS y i
WALL PAPER COMPANY-
312, 31-4 Twentieth St..
And Postoffice Block, Moline. E0CK ISLAND.
FINE WALL PAPER Etrluive ari-nt fir the fullnwins ix Ursrtt Wall paper
.Iiriv: Himi; . Sou. Jmruat Jt i a.. H. inert s. HublM A CO., Nevluj A llaviland Ke
V.iri. Wall Paper Co.. aiul Kotiorl llrarri A Co.
EE ' V sI'KcIAi.- hich lucluilrt all the Art pap era. Prices from 10 to SO per eeut
vl'w o!hr deaiitra
Howard Watches, Imparted Watches,
H. D. FOLSOM.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Syrupy
Acu'quickly. is perfectly nfe'aod never fails to cure all Lang trouble.
TRY IT. 10c. 25c and 50c Bottles.
Medicine knows for all Kidney, Lang end Sumacs troubles, la
Thomas Kidney and Liver Pills.
6c a Battle Samples free.
Cloaks, sacks, wraps, Newmarkets
etc.. received during the last days of the
pas t week, all at the old prloes. Some
or them seem especially cheap.
Among the lot are a number of chil
dren's cloaks at prices which speak for
themselves Sizes. 4 years, we shall
sell for $1.68. Sizes, 6 years, go at
$1.0. Size. 8 years, at $3. Size. 10
years, at $3.25. etc
Our 9 and $10 plush jackets are per
fect beauties and we shall not have
more than half enough to supply the
trade as soon as a cold wave strikes us.
Even now, some of the sizes are getting
low. and in a few days more will be
A new lino of infant and children's
wraps, plain, plaid and stripes just
placed on sale.
5 feet bamboo easels, 83c.
8x10 gilt frames, glass and mat, 80c.
8x10 white and gold frames, glass
and mat, 35c.
Decorated window shades complete
with spring fixtures, 35c.
Pure Iribh Linen stationer; per lb.
Wall paper at cost.
KINGSBURY & SON
1705 Second Ave.
." ir h s
DraggiBt, Bock iAlAnd.
CALLED FROM EARTH.
A Good Man Anew re the Hnal
eatk Claaea h.C. Wlitirl4K'a Hejf.
rrrBra-PaMaa; A way Jatar4r
at the Kenldenee af Wm. Jack
Od Saturday evening (t 9 o'clock Mr.
Henrj C.Wbltridge, our well-known and
bighly esletmed e tizen. died of heart
disease at the residence of Mr. Win Jack,
on on Twentieth alreet. Mr. Whitridge
wm horn at Preble county. Ohio. March
25. 1845, and came to tl.is city in 1877.
He held the position of auditor of the
Rock Is'and & Peoria railway company
from 1873 to January Inn. when he re
signed on account of t ie disease from
which be died. He was carried OoL 7,
1880. to Mrs. Charlotte A. Dart, sister
of Mrs. Jackson and Mrs. R. H. Dart.
Feeling the need of rest, and with
he hope of improving his health,
he went to California with his
family in February las', and lived for
some months at St. Jose. Here bis sick
ness manifested mrre se-ious symptoms,
and fearing a falsi termination he de
cided to return to Rock Island to be with
In company with Mr. R. H. Dart. Mr.
Whitridge and family arrived here from
California on the 13ib of last month.
Soon after his arrival home his disease
showed marked progress which con tin,
ued from day to day until bis death.
Mr. Whitridge was well known in rail
road cir'lss. and by his associates and
friends in that business he was much
loved and esteemed. He was a member
of the Episcopal church, and was one of
the wardens of Trinity church of this
city until his removal to California. In
bis family, church and soeUl relations h6
was much beloved. Kin 1 in manner and
modest in his-demeanor, he was regurded
as a loved friend by all who had the
pleasure of bis acquaintance, and was
best loved by those by w join be was best
known. He leaves, besMts his widow, a
sister. Mrs. Andrew Ilititami, of Eaton.
Ohio, and a brother. WJIiam E. Whit
ridge, of Sarrento. Fla.
The funeral will take place at 2.30 on
Wednesday afternoon from Trinity
church. Rev. R F. Sweet officiating and the
members of Everts Commandery of
which he was a men.ler will have
charge of the burial from the church.
The friends of the decea ed who my de
sire will have n opportinity to see the
remains on Wednesday st the residence
of Mr. Jackson between the hours of 11
a. m and 1 p. m., as the casket will not
be opened at the church.
THE MILAN MEETING
A on vlnrinc Mprerh ! Mr. Mr Entry
r:n(hHNiaa for Hrownrr.
Etcity Attorney Wm McEniry made
a splendid speech to an immense meeting
at Milan Saturday ni:;ht. Mr. McEn
iry spoke for an hour &Dd three-quarters
on the issues of the day, devol ng him
self to the tariff and oiu ;r mutters of di
rect concern to the ieope. He also
talked at some length on local questions
and not on'y received the closest interest
but was frequently interrupted by ap
plause and other manift-stationa of ap
proval. At the close of Mr. Mi Enirj's remarks
there were cries for Gee. Browner, demo
cratic candidate for county treasurer.who
gracefully acknowledged the compliment
and gave his pledge thnt if he should
have the good fortune to be elected coun
ty treasurer that no art of bis should
cause anyone who had voted for him to
have the least regret. It was a straight.
business-like ttJk, such as won confidence
!lr a t'lrcBlar (Metaled by Meat.
One of the greatest outrages yet per
petrated by the Oust manage! s, was per
petrated in Moline this morning, a state
ment being presented by some of the
factory bosses there tj all the Swedish
workmen under their control, setting
forth the assertion as ut true, that leading
Swedish people are supporting B. T.
Cable, and the men were compelled to
sign the same under fi r of losing their
The effects of this criminal outrage
upon the Swedish wortingmen ot Moline
will do Gest more harm than good whan
presented to the voters, tomorrow.
Deputy Marshal Lrn; has returned from
Muncie. Ind., with the prisoner Wm.
Simmons, who got tie rig from Kerr's
livery stable hire and other prop
erty under false representations. Sim
mons had returned to Munc'e with a wag
on load of stuff, wbici included the gun
from Gunsmith Koch, two revolvers from
Housman, three gold rings from Folsom,
the jeweler, two from Ramser. and in ad
dition to these a diamond Masonic em
blem ring, a gold hunting case watch.
seven solid gold wa'xh chains, a lady's
gold watch, an open face watch, a pair ot
cuff buttons, a diamc nd shirt stud, be
sides numerous rins. clothes, shoes,
handkerchiefs, etc., all of which were
stolen either in the Uiree cities or in
towns between here and Muncie. He
has already been in the penitentiary. He
attempted to break jiJl at Muncie before
Long got him.
The following finest were imposed in
the police court this morning: Steve
Reed and Fred Masters, intoxication, f 3
and costs; Gus Johnson, same offense,
C5; Louis Lindstrom. resisting an officer,
The Verne Swain u.ade her regular trip
from Clinton to Rod. Island today.
The Isaac Staples. Louisville. J. 8.
Keator, Reindeer and Bart E. Lineban
The stage of Ue water at noon
was 3 60; the temper store at tbe bridge
The B. Hershey, Sam Atlee, Mountain
Belle and Tenbroeck each brought down
sixteen strings of log i and tha Robert
All democratic oters are - Breed to
scan their bllU carefully and see that
they bear the names of both Geo. W
Vinton and John A. Wilson for the
legislature with ot e and one-half votes
each, before voting -.hem. They should
be so voted. -
.. - t- T. 8. Sam,
CbsJnnsB Pesfloc attic Cwaty Com.
THE ItOCK ISLAND
kJEiV AkT,T" aiD0i.-Ttls
AUGUSTAN A NOTES.
of leitereac r' roaa Oar Meat of
l.earalns: Pmaaal an Oikrr U al
ter. Rev. Erl. Carlson has returned to bis
home in Lindsbcrg, Kan.
The entering class is now over fifty,
the largest in the history of the college,
and is stiU'growing.
Rev. C. E Linderg. late of New York
City, bnt now professor in the theological
department, arrived Thursday evening
and will shortly begin work. Prof. Lind
berg. who is accompanied by bis mother,
will be at home in tbe "Carlson house
after Monday next.
Rev. 8. P. A. Lindahl, editor-in chief
of Augu$tana, the organ of the Swedish
Lather an Angustana Synod, expects to
remove bis family to Rock Island as soon
as he can procure suitable quarters in the
vicinity ot tbe college.
Prof. A. Holmes,of Angustana con rer-
vatory of music, has been p esented with
a beautifully engraved gold watch pend
ant, by tbe Elim Singing Society, of Pull
man, 111., ot which organization Prof.
Holmi s has for some time been leader.
Prof. J. A. Enandar went to Rock ford
to deliver an address on "The Life Work
of Luther." at the sacred concert, to be
held by the Swedish Lutheran congrega
tion at that place last night He made
a speech at Princeton, III., today.
Mrs. C. W. Fosi hss organized a class
of gymnastics for young ladies. It al
ready numbers twenty-six, and meets
twice a week in the gymnasium in Jubi
liee hall. .They have provided themselves
with neat and comfortable gymnasium
suits, and good results in tbe way of im
proved health among tbe lady students
are expected. Mrs. Foss assumes this
work voluntarily, and her class it en
thusiastic in its praise of her.
Members of the Ling club have formed
an independent organization called the
Sabre dub. Mr. G. W. Swanbeck is
the director. Tbe club meets every 8at-
uiday at 4 p. m. for drill. Tbe sabres
were obtained in the east.
Tbe Ling club, which was founded
last spring, bss been revived. It now
numbers thirty-six students. It is com
posed of tbe more advanced members of
tbe gymnasium classes, and is under tbe
care of Mr. G. W. Swanbeck. The club
is named after the great P. H. Ling, the
father of the Swedish system of gymnas
tics. His system is rapidly becoming tbe
most popular system both in Europe and
America, and is displacing the German
system. The formation of this club
gave quite an impetus to athletics in tbe
Rev. P. M. Liadberg, of Minnekaune,
who was called to tbe position ot profes
sor of Christianity in the college late and
preparatory departments, hasrepliel that
be will accept the position on condition
that be shall not be expected to take np
tbe work until next September. It is
very probable that he will be given the
VARIOLOID NEAK AT HAND.
Man Krawerthr.efH ilk Kara I lm
Amirtrd-Wfcere Ii4 He Wet If
There is a cae ot varioloid in South
Rock Island. It is of a mild form and
is causing no uneasiness, as the health
department it using every precaution to
prevent its spread. Tbe person afflicted
is Sam Kenworthy, son of J. T. Ken
worthy. Esq , living on Aiken street.
Tbe youbg patient has been ill for only
a few days, and his sickness is of the
mildest form of disease of that kind. Be
does not know where be contracted it.
and no one else in the neighborhood has
so far developed tbe disease.
Of Blets at Krell & Math's.
Hard wood at E. B. McKown's soft
Go to Holbrook'a, Davenport, for car
pets and silk curtains.
Send your friends to Krell & Math's
for a dish or can of fresh oysters.
Call and see the hand-carved bed room
suites at Holbrook'a, Davenport.
For Sale A good family horse and
phaeton. Enquire at Arocs office.
Parlor suites and fancy chairs of every
description at Holbrook'a, Davenport.
Ice cream always on hand and nerved
by the dish ail winter at Kiell & Math's.
A handsome line of book cases and
cabineu joit received at Holbrook'a, Dav
enport An elegant assortment of dining tables.
cnaira and hat racks at Holbrook'a. Dav
Wben you want a nice dish of fresh
oysters step in to Krell & Math's and or
der them up in any style.
Adams, toe credit man, la showing a
beautifal line of fall patterns in carpets.
Call and see him, 322 Brady street, Dav
enport Bear in mind we do not quit making be
cream when cold weather sets In. and you
can get It in any quantity in the coldest
weather, lie member Krell & Hath s and
get the beat
The Crown dining ball. No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, is bow ready tu furnish, you
the beat meal tn tbe city lor ) cents. A.
B. Johnson, proprietor.
S50.UU0 to loan on real estate security.
in turns of $300 and upward, at lowest
current rates of Interest, without com
mission, E. W. Hurst, Attorney at
law. Rock Island. .
rralaautiea Sjr the Hajrar.
Kama's Orvarx. I
Rocs latiXD. ill.. He. S, law).
Phil Millar. CUj Manfcall:
iytr: Yoa will see that the lav requir
ing saloon keepers Ut dose their placet
of businese oa election day betweea the
hours of eignt a. m. and tevea p. as. it
ttnetly enforced. Aay violauoa of the
law will be punished at the statute pro
vide. William McCosocoxz, Major.
Swellings ia'lhe seek aad 'all other
forms of scrofula, salt rheast, etc. are
cor edby Hood s SarMparula.
rTerCBriwlJ aS4 T"I t
h how Rnblnana's fr'end kept tbe jww pnte lure fmmm.in Ike
Vote for Cable.
Don't fail to vote.
Give Gordon your vole fur sheriff.
Helpelect "Dsd" Gordon sheriff.
Mass meeting at Turner hali tonight.
Read your ballots before voting them.
Vote for Ben T. Cable for congress
man. Vote for Marshall atd down the auto
crat Final grand rally at Turner hall to
cieht Vote for Wilson and Vinton for tbe
Vote tbe straight democr&ti t!rkt
from top to bottom.
Vote for both Vinton and Wilson and
they both will be elected.
Go to Turner hall tonight and hear the
issues propetly discussed.
Vote for Browner and suit tbe uem.le
rather than Tom Campbell.
Go to Gus Eoelin. no stair in Ruford
block, for your next suitor overcoat.
Childiens cloaks. 4 tear size 18M
years f I 90. 8 years 2 at McCabe Bros.
First quality Swits Cond shirts and
drawer. Oc this week at McCabe Bros.
Above all tbiocs don't fail to vnir
That is your duty as an American citi
A big j b in Nos 5 and 7 cruwu cdire
moire riboons 4s a vr J wbiie Ibev list
at McCabe Broe. '
Mrs James Robinson died at her home
la Moline this morning. a?ed fifty-eight
She leaves three children.
Mr. A. F. Fleming is again able to lie
out and is receiving tbe happy greeting
of bis friends on every side.
Tbe bouse. 922 Second avenue, for
sale or rent. Seven rooms, in good ordvr
Ioqu re at 11( 3 Second avenue.
Children's scarlet wool underwear.
sizes 16 and IS. at sizes 2) and 22
at 25c this week at McCnhe Bros.
Geo. B Browner will he the m ri
treasurer of Rock Island county. Mke
his majority a good one, such as be de
An eigl.t pound bnv iovsded the borne
of Adam Siamra of Buffalo Prairie lat
week and Adim is curreaoondinelT
Wellington H. Martin, of Kansas Citv.
baa joined bis wife and cbild who have
been vi iting for some time at the resi
dence of Gilpin Moore.
The enormous sales in tbe cloak depart
ment of McCabe Bros, during tbe oat
few days is i trong evidence that very
low prices and select styles are bound to
ooom ice Business.
Vot$ early and then vou - id know
that you have done your duty, and will
not nave it on your minds all day. At
tend to it tbe first thing in tbe morting.
Elect Charier Marshall cuuntv suner-
Intendent of schools, and show that there
is one other man in tbe countv capable
of being county superintendent except
Gus Enclin. the merchant tailor. No.
1707 Second avenue. Buford s bl ck. is
prepared to make your winter suit and
ovtrcoet in the very latest style and at
very reesonahie prices.
Twin girls arrived in the home cf Mr
and Mrs. T. B Davis this morning, and
it ever Tom laughed all over bis fate
with a laugh that comes from the b mom
of bis been, he laugbs now.
Workingmen show by your ballots t :at
you rosent tbe idea that your fellow la
borer, Chaa. Creu'x. is nt qualified to
serve as county clerk. Elect him. and
see if be is not
Went astray A daik brown mare dh-
scription), white star and two froLt feel
are wblu. Weight about l.OilO Mount's.
Itewe'd will be paid hv Peter Kraft or
Cbr. Ilammerich. 901 Ninth avenue and
Twentieth street. Rock Island.
Rob. V. Ferguson, tbe eccentric com
edian who baa often visited Rock Island
with Drat class organizations made tbe
Arocs a friendly call yesterday. He.
with hi i gifted wife, is now with Che.
rJ. Uardnet s "Fatherland" company
which appeared at Davenport yesterday.
V ote for Hmman for senator and show
that in yottr idea of politics brains
should be tbe first consideration after
honesty. Crawford will be a disgrace u
the farmers and the laughing aloe k of the
eiaie. uinman la a man of whom we
may be proud.
A large number of our German war
veterans will have a good opportunity t
morrow to pay Mr. L. 3. Pearsoli back
in his own coin for a slur he once cast on
one of tbeir number, though the man in
question was an unfortunate pauper It
nappenea at tbe time of tbe death of
Hens Timmermaa at the coor farm, a
few years ago. aad when tbe questioo
came up in the hoard of which Pearsoi)
was a member, as to an investigation
with reference to tbe reuse ef Timmer
man's death. Pearaoll aro-e and asked
sneeringly wbst it all amounted to. that
Timmerman was onlv aa old Dutch sol
Tbe bois down town tell a good one
on tbe officer on the lower end beat On
Hallowe'en night a numb-r of the dots
had congregated on a corner and bad
with them a straw mas which they had
proposed to deposit at tbe door of a
inead as a practical Joke. While en
gaged in discussing the plan the police
man came up and ordered tbem to die
perse. The boys obeyed, leaving tbeir
siraw man b&aind them. Seeing that tbe
inanimate ooject failed to follow the
others, tbe copper walked up and tar-
ping it on the bead enjoined upon it to
move on, without any fur her non
sense." Seeing his mistake be looked
around to tee if the bovs were still watch
ing him and moved on hims.-lf. and quite
(Hisaiy ai uiai.
' I was a witness to aa act of generos
ity on ute part ot the late p. L. Cable.
wbora the Caion is just cow engaged in
maligning because bts son is mooing for
congress." said Mr. James R s Saturday
evening '-Tears ago my brother-in-
law, bee. Bubno lost as arm while em
ployed by tbe Rock ford & Rock Island
road, with which be was connected, and
ot which his nephew, R. R. Cable, was
president. The railroad agreed to settle
wita Busbao tor 91000 and all expenses
It was agreed that 200 would cover ex
peasea. aad after all had bees settled aad
Bushno had received his $1200. Mr P L
Cable gave him a present of $50 besides
aad a life potitio la his employ. The
incident was aa illustration of Mr. Cable's
generosity and coa si deration, such at he
displayed la the Waidmaa
" A better articla it la imnoaaihl t. m
air; I have tried these all aad oaheaiu
liejrjy proeounee Dr. BolTs Cough Synp
upanue-ie Bay . t,an.i .
-anff -4 Wan-an
NOVEMBER 3. 1890.
final grand rally.
Turn Out. Everybody, at Turner
tralarl anal Aair Hartkrr ta ha
Hrnrel aael the lenara te B rrraral
e Iraaa th Prple1a fttaaepalat.
Tbe democracy has arranged for a final
grand rally at Turner hall tonight.
Prominent and able speakers will discuss
the issues which are arouriog the people.
There will no doubt be an Immenae at
tendance of people of all classes who
car to have an interest in legislation f
fef ting their home.
Wben a remedy bss stood the teat of
more tban thirty years trial and today is
more lart-ly used than ever, it worth la
evidentlv unquestioned. 8nrb Is tbe
record of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
Save big money bv bu)iog your furni
ture, car pew. oil cloth and draperies at
the C. F. A4ams' Homt-Furni-bing
House, 323 Brady street, Davenport.
The king of mtdicines Hood s Straa
parilla. It conquers scrofula, aalt rbruin
and all other blood disraai a.
Don't miss seeing curtail atM-k of in
grain carpets. We make a specialty of
Angora, the new weave. Tbe Adams,
823 Brady strwt. Davenpoil
J. E. MoXTtoaa. -
oca aionr ru.
THURSDAY, NOV., 6th.
A Host of Lovely Women
Thr rrrjr tarrr-t and tb M Piirlrjue
otk'ainr 'Hon n America. Better
ad Bng-hirr tLun t.-t.
ENGLISH FOLLY CO.
rrr;Mne Nw. In a S Vrr-tnn of tbe
Sia-iral. Conical. fi.ctaclar Burieeqoe
Or, "Wrecked in Koonland.
AlMJ ny tkeromediana,
HI K and MkT.
and a wint conan of trrl e'eaa tiara.
ran t '."Sc. ioc andTV.
percent redaction fnrthe nrxt l daye
oa Buvfflcaand spring- U aona.
No. W0, WU and 11. Third Are.,
la the rVranrx place In the coetitj to be? Car-rta-re.
Uumica, Palnu, Vila. etc.
W. C. MAUCKER,
Hmtn purrtae4 tbe
rtopertj hU-h be tn had leStlrd f or the h
11 ba.tnne. te mom prepared to Blcubi
Bodate trautirnl (seat a.
Day and Regular Boarding
etTtrjr reasonable (rites.
He le aleo enlaced la I be
Lloyd & Stewart,
HORST VON KCECKRITZ.Fannarl.t
FBXsrairrioii a Sficialtt.
Fourth Ave, and Twenty-Third St.
tn ecme or
-$200.00 and Upwards
Tor sale, secured oa land worth frota
three to five times the amomat
of the loaa.
Intereet T par eent eaeal aaaaall, eoUactad and
.mil ave ftraa ea mmrEr a.
K. W. HURST,
AiTOaUrxT at Law
I saa JUaonic Tamaia,
B00Z LSL1XD, ILL
Top BurrV sr no
Oj-;n Bug-re 44S 4M.
ASK TOUR GROCER FOR THEM,
(iMspM and be p!aoe la the peer fee
bbu." -Lort." -W- and -kitA BielrM.
Onlr one-half cee4 a word. Eeebodf mada tbw
MoET HAStUuX KLKM-n UK at Nil
evcne4 atenae. i. vy. dUNEn.
FOR At.R.AriK f.T or MIMICAL 1.
nmToct,... niM a t ill 4 mal miner e m
11.. Jocee second band alnre. Ml S.read
LT A 1-Afti.K aL.4- Errot'eiliJhIt
line: velrtM ataoel M eneae).; arklie
brat. front and U l; reetard to tndrr. w.
al Siltb arrnae.
SE.XIMVIIANJ ri kMTl HE. bowbt. Bold
nt rtiM-J Mm. - I m u
at Kmibeeat comet Perry atd Third B:a,
R sai ru t imi
iiiiiainei n'"v la opera'lea) es
Star mih-n( Worhs Ramltna M rUaaa.
: preeree Me aad lie.: for fell umbrt
apply f KiiHT J. WALE EK. Inw.
prBi m tewm. rm la
NTKI iKTl.F. or TErv ma.
noo rent furat-brd fmM roam. I ire fnml
W ANTED-. MTt ATlof . KiMi.ltL
id IMtIim ftntlt ! Hjh k t.-.nd
t-h lrr.t ..f rm t. . , V. . . '
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W ANTED THR BE ISTKt.l.l.KNT AND Af
lll mibilie. Ul ante, la kin k l.l.ln ...
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WANTED MITARLE rSKTT T LEA
w bwlim it4 mtrf l.e a. ie .
American: eirade anitl: call iltmaa .
etenlns at Commercial hourt a--f
WANTED An acute Trarellt. heteenraa to
'IB evarral line .4 Mr Hen hand tee fo
merhann.ly. liond wa.-r. and etaeear. paid.
" -1:1, a aeinexen M I bce.
WANTED-A M.AfK IN A fKIVATE
liia li tr . au lad h elf. ' 1 1.
tb-f.inr',1; exinaintrd ana thcealin larkmtal
l the rif. of k ir-. and IK- a-na. te a enaj-P-.nt
kav keurr. rW.l rrftreacee flm.
Addn- -A" Ak4it n.e.
WANTED A LAI.T Tu MANAI.I A
Hren. k i.r. at Lr n beae. foe the Pa
BMa. rra.ale l-i1lc 'ITii,,, Li.": a Bbleadid
o.Hrtenttj: a.l1n th riamn. The lit t jum
let Medical Inaiitete. suoth bend lad.
SAI.EiVr N WTKI T J-KLC NlrfCRV
M.ick. Mlue.l'M.. prrmaamt. aalsre aad aa
praare. or cnn,mikMi fnaa alert. So rlirn
race arceeeer . '(ll f.e. Write for le-me.
al.Bf.i-e II E IHKhl R . N.rr.
Roebretrr. N. V.
WAITED t EN ERtL aTATE ALENT To
npeo twdqaanrra la anme principal ettr.
ae-ameeirlneivecnetiul . f oat be-ineM and aw
tBl luraJ aod eata-as-. nt. tn etarr rife la
et.u-; well hna. a.' ,,.
Tcrev ormana. ari r ant rtt of SO u li
percent. Addn-.a THE I'MuN IVMPANV.
onaviwar. lork. AS
Ll'MBKR Lt MBKR YAK!) UilhaHEH OP
all rrajc, raa e- ore etBde nnuimnl .
I all reader raa em are etade etnpm. nnt ia
HBlwt ..hi. ... . -k . . ' m. . . .
- - . ir.ai 01 to
Ml HI tr dat aa rii. L-.n. i. ... u a
HUOf'EK. Aecretare o Iht tnttaea Ink.
a-d DeaJer e Aeaaiati.ea. rt-aa aia t aamhee ot
taaaM-ere H a rr- 1 1. . . . .
- . - - m ir. na.nriarJ
atreete, Chkaeo. IU.
PROFESS I ON AL CARDS.
J. X. BLlHlrNLLT,
ATTURNKT AT LA w f1re wllh J. T Een
worthy. 1T -cc-td Arena.
JilKSOX a hirst.
ATTORHETS AT LAST. OOce In Rorh Llaad
Wanonal Baca BalkdlB(. hWk I.iaad. IU.
a. a. mun. c L. araLaaa.
SWEENET k vTlLKER,
ATTORN EV9 AND CorNKLURH AT LAW
tBcc In &(-! 'e ia. Krk I .land. 111.
XtEMKY it ItEMBV,
I TTORNET-H AT LAW-Loaa nmetetnW
all Lrnde. back. re. UAee tn foetntace) haota.
Sieve bland. Fnre cnta pee cofr.
DRS. KITIIEErORD Bl'TLEK,
JRADriTESOPTni ONTAIilO TETIKNA-
OtDcat Ttadl a Lieerr Mable; hveaxtaaxe; uet
To aril oar fmde bt eample tn athah ue aad re
tall trade. e e are the lara auil artarere tn
er line. Llbrral ealery paid. f.nuarat poet
tBw llnace aaeaned or erere, adrertje.Ba-.
oariEHiAw uta. co . akara, rx
To aril the Dooatar B1 AlUl'itTial l hiss
0KET. It leejor br laiee en-bit cuaXart
and a food frau For rutmn addraae
ELGIN CORSET CO,
Riesa eraser. ELOIX. ILL.
WM. 0. KUIP.D. D.S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
ItooBae en. ST. j and AS.
Take Ovate. DAVENPORT, la.
J. M. GASPAKD,
Library Baildlac. IHeenroan. Inea. Call tat
fBUmatee aad Bee eork betee eatac ha Cktcaara
tra.te an tarn starts
them tn railroad arK.
aeod tar rm eere
tvis Jusmua, nTta.
IOO Years Alio
People tidal expect u read mach, erauer e
lna. aad lamps era hue 17 ererebedj dhanl
. tare aiakt bMb ear, aadeeerrbodr has
lasps: bat a OOOD lamsi le atiU a buarr. leh
erarrnoay a ment hare.
I ebt roa d cd aad aae tha
LITTLE JEWEL LAMP;
srenetatat reaCr aetr.aad tae tittni nad beat
ret (0 caadls power. A, aeaal aiza. ancknt
O. M. LOOSLXY.
CEL3A A-IO SLAJaV,
'j. Jt.& L ii
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
I Furniture and
Have tbelarE.n etab::atmant VCaat o4 CLk-a-a.
DONT KOI.(!KT TOE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN.
Nos. 1525 ami 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 121. 12J aal 128 Sixifnili Street,
ivc-araATaa thota fat Tea statb taw.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL,
Oja dal'rfraa t m b4a ra . aal e-.irdr eeealhr feem T to Se'rax-FtveperoentHtsraatpalJontK-pos'.ta.
Moaey toaaei oa PwraoaaiZOot
latral. r Real Estate Swcerlt y
I f. HITWLit IW f C. DCN-CAUS. Vie rraa. I. M. BL'fOEit. Cwahlae
P. U If lUbefl I T. Steraad. W f. D-lav Juba rVaaanea C. . taTawe.
J. 1. him. to. L Ma. E m Herat, d. at. aaiard.
da' aen a II rawr. arM;vura.
V-ri11henbetMli'ea,e. aal ai'i errn Vwk eeeaaemh acSw A LeaAa
aulil ate haak mov4. " 7aai
undoubted: proves ranch cheapest ia
The reputation which we bare es
UbUshed lr kej i-g tie beet aad latest
style mtianerr ia ti.e city, is Irmly- op
held by EVERT HAT AMD BOSKET
SHOWN- There Is a tfistisctive FIT
aad STYLE aad aa ELEGANCE of
FINIsn about oar rcilllnery which is
dje er.ti.-e:y to tbe superiority ia the
maiciuK. Oar DESIGNS are ORIGI
NAL and PRIVATE to ocraervaa. aad
therefor, ca&aot be duplicated with
the FASHIONABLE EFFECT.
KIRS. P. GREENAWALT
1704 SECOND AVENTJZ,
Narrow Escape from Fire!
Bat prices want dawn to rn-eCiie wnu of every oae wishiadt to bey
OIL CLOTHS, SHADES, DRAPERY, Etc.
PRICE3 1M PLAIN FIGURES.
KANN & HUCKSTAEDT,
N. 1311 aad 1913 SceoaJ aveaoe.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH v
$2.50 Per Gallon.
TiZOI-IjSr Sc ADLER'
T9 - ff O Qe sl. Oa y
w aaaavr.a. -va w aw dt 47
Makes Shoes look new. Soften
Lea&er. We recosunend it U a thai.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr..
ttt Tih. Avesrae, a,
aafyioU' Kosjk. r -yx Co Bock.
Cooler areatJrrr at kaed jast earmt rtilU te re
rotnd os of tha coaVr dsjs to eotae. We weal to
stipule joar aceds ia ooid acBther icoooa Msy be job
UNDERWEAR. If yea a-l aoae yoemalf kow
aaoat tbe raildreef Crj and taepeet oar liaee U
ahite. scarlet and sUtral We eoala tame prices ea
several liaee but voe will know saack BBore of taetr
value wbca Jan are tbetm. We are emre jom arill aa
prrciale low prtot-a.
CLOAKS- Have yon area oar line erf
A visit to this dervartsneat will rrpay vwa. Plaidt
r'alos aad oUrer effeeu from I rears to IS rears.
Toe bctt tblsr aboet tae erbole arrsv of cbadree
and 111 1 are c-tiaks te that tbef eoat ee tit Je saoaef Lai
araana. rb-al saertt at email coat. Bring tbe caiilre
Me abast ladies' cloaks vbe-a era save tad) Spaca.
I a tbe roeaa time oaf a viatt to tae lalket cVrrlsaeaL.
Ion't fntfrt otrr blankrf cVpartnaeaL While) beems
atCjca parr, trrrv ttlaakets at f LIS a pair. Kat
frtire Aotra'ta sronL of eoarne aoL Inst tbe arQl keep
Toe warm. Lota re! better no re. To oar,bt te aae
ur fl ell wm I ararkrt biaakrL
BbVTrUirUldli O 1X1717 1
Ilxve yon seen Schneider
Mens Calf Shoes!
If eot, ca3 aad see theea. ard be
ica-u uat w bet aJj com-
FIT AXD TR1CX.
r Mea . Shore raaX he W.
lowest twkam. AO we ask