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Tin wake And House
!! SKCOND AVENUE,
Bubfet.J'rc'-itiMl amoDg the ladies since
ih rpcfipt of llinse elegint work ami
rrlp buskoi". They are of Indian man-aftur..-,
Hint as the product is very
ite! i' i' doubtful if we will have any
:rt this jesn. Call and mike your
ejections ir whit vou want may be gone.
1703 Second Avenue.
Copper-Smithing, Sheet Iron, Gas and
Steam Fitting, Also Sewer work.
BAKER & HOUSMAN,
Opposite Haeper House.
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Howard Watches, Imported Watches,
H. D. FOILSOM.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Syrupy
Actfl,,Uickly( is perfectly safejand never falls to cure all Long troubles. .
Medicine known for all Kidney, Long end Stomach troubles, te
1 BUle Sample, free.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
5 feet bamboo easels, 88c.
810 gilt frames, glass and mat, 80c.
8x10 white and gold frames, glass
and mat, 85c.
Decorated window shades complete
with spring fixtures, 85c.
Pure Irish Lim-n stationery per lb.
Wall paper at cost.
1705 Second Ave.
for the Celebrated
i2,vA A VAhMW
10c, 35c and 50c Bottle.
and Liver. Pills.
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Druggist, Book Island.
THE PITY OF 1T.:
Republican Methods in This District
a Shame and Disgrace.
p""'tDteaSmotn..d far the Sake 9f
aln-AlIrKV Hoathrra Oa trace
Equalled la the Katf teal .North .
Northern republicans never tire telling
peopie or the misery of the south be
cause of the outrages committed by the
white people there against the negroes
In that section the people demard that
intelligence shall rule and for ihi. the
v . J
"aye oeen libelled and slandered and ma
ligned. How fares it here? On ,.Wil,
in Moline wealthy manufacturers
stood at the polU and volei their work
men like cattle against Mr. Cable Pro.
test was useless. Thev either had in
vote the ticket tnide for them ami put
into their hands or take the consequences,
and the consequences were severe enough
the face of a hard winter to deter
them from refusing to obey Ids whip
of the master. Some there were, how-
ever who remained away from the polls
wher than be compelled to vote for the
publican candidate. This, bear in mind.
was in the land of honesty, fairness,
equal rights to all, the land th it says
that every man who votes should have
his vote counted aod recorded, trnd that
the vote saouli bs free and uotrimml.
In the south, if the worst aaiit
about it be admitted, it is the sir jcgle of
the white man against the untutored
black for nolitn-l ...i .1...
r wum pinvih
What was it here? The cand.dacv of
two intelligent men for representative of
we people. W ere the voters it Moline
left t do their wil ? Thev w -re not.
Either vote for the man of our c loiee or
deprive your family of bread, said the
bosses alluded to. Is this tin much
boasted republican fairness? la thi
hat they call the sacredness of tbe bal
lot? And yet they clamor for an elec
tion law a force bill! For whut? Tn
put in force in, to them, the mu.:h-htUd
Arkansas and Texas and Mississippi and
other places in the south hut
the nonh the hands of bitter republicans
bosses free. And yet these republican
Dosses stood at the polls from t-arlv till
late, and peddled their candidate tick
ets, and threatened or cajoled by looks or
word, and From them there wiis no es
cape. Is this republican purity?
The Union in its half -chloroformed
state wonders that the southern portion
of the district gave its votes to Mr. Ca
ble, while all al.ng, up to
the day of election, it was claim
ing in its usual idiot c way
that all that portion of the territory was
alnio-t solid for Mr. GeHt. It sad so at
the time, knowing it was a lie, as it lied
about everything else during tie cam
paign. It started tlie t try that the dem
ocrats were (lebtucuin-' the vo ers with
liquor nt tbe same moment that Mr. Haas,
the republican chairman, was writing
secret orders for teer to be givt-n in un
limited quantity to the heelers. The ser
vants of the people the government
employes found time to quit their legit
imate work and peddle campaign litera
ture and work for their candidut f, and
when convenient fight for bim at the polls
striking blows from tbe ehou der in a
most determined way.
Could the republicans not see that the
people would not believe tb: stories
against Mr. Cable; could they not see
that they were demanding justice and
that they could not be put off longer with
lying excuses, broken promises and
swindling methods of legislation? Did
they think the masses had gone stark
mad or that cunning political wire-pullers
could hypnotize them at tieitwill?
Whatever tbey thought their reckoning
was a woful failure.
The result of the cleol ion will be foood
in Mr. Cable's popularity and tbe intelli
gent sense of the people. That is
HOW MAN' V WE AUK.
Rork iMland'a I'ouulatloa Far f.x.
reed tbe onlifr Mhow by the
During all the time that the census
enumerators were canvassing the city,
the Altai's dailv noted omi-rainnH nn
the part of those employed to collect the
materials essential recording our pop
ulation, and repeatedly warned tbe peo
ple that unless each one in turn saw to it
that bis name was enumerated, tbe re
turns would show that Roek Island's
population was fr behind whit it ought
to be. The entreaties of tbe A noes were
for the most part unheeded, the prevail
ing disposition seeming to te that the
census takers would be the sufferers, and
not tbe people here in the ily If all
our population was not included.
Tbe consequence was that when
the census figures were footed
up Rock Inland was credited with
but a little over 13. (HKI people. The
local popular was greatly disappointed
as a matter of course, and tbe Annus de
clared that R ick Island's population was
at least 2.000, if not 3.0(H) more than
was credited to it.
Tbe Stone directory compacy has prac
tically completed its canvass of tbe city
and it has Ik en thorough and complete,
and Mr. Stone estimates tbe city's popu
lation at 15,000 at least. It is to be
grea.ly regretted that Rock Island is to
go out In comparison with ot'.ier cities in
tbe census list with a shortage of 2,000
people in its actual population.
NhBveit U rp.
,. "Did you hear," said geuiloman
morning, "that even the prict of
bad been raised as a consequence of
"And why?" asked the person
,- "Simp'y because," came tbe answer.
"that the faces of republican tare so long
that it takes more time than heretofore
to shave thnm."
A complete surprise was perpetrated
on Mr. and Mrs. G. E Scott of Tenth
avenue last evening. .The occasion was
their nineteenth anniversary, and about
thirty-six persons assembled to greet
them. A beautiful set of cbina was pie
sented to the host and hostess as a
memento and token of reapt ct. It Is to
be hoped thstraany such otcasiona may
greet the honored couple at d that tbey
may live long and be happy .
"Doubt thou the stars ar fire, doubt
that the sun doth move, doubt truth
to be a liar," but never dot bt that pain
of any sort can be easily rt bbed out by
using the world-renowned rt nedy known
to the fortunate aa Salvation Oil.
THE RQOK IBLANX)
The Wtiwau l.emtlv arthetJ.. K.l
A new Rock Island engine came down
from Chicago this week. She is known
aa No. 120 and is a straight Wilson en
gtne, her builder and maker throughout
being Mr. Wilson, tbe new master me
chanic of the road. She embodies bis ideas
throughout, and they seem to be happy
ones, judging her by her performances
Her cylinders are 18x24. and ber driven
are five feet and nine inches in height, nn
sue nas not only great power but all the
speed that can be needed on the road. A
uumucr 01 tnings in her construction are
. .. U - . . .
radically different from the ideas th.t
have been followed in the construction of
the other engines. There are new ideas
in the guides and cross head, and tbe
valve motion has been made altogether
different, to correspond with the Alien
valves with which she is equipped; valyes
that are essentially speed producers. She
has an eight foot fire-bos, with a larger
grate surface than usual. and
wagon top boiler, with large steaming
pacity. She 1 Uo carries the Monitor
njoctor. one of the Im at moJels made.
iost of the olbf r engines of the road are
fitted with the W. F. Freeman injector,
but Mr. Wilson prefers tbe Monitor, and
the engineers sustain bis preference. The
Detroit lubricator and tbe Eimes vacnum
brake are on the engine, and the stand
ard Westingbouse brake is carried, of
course, and triple valves are supplied for
the quick release of tbe brakes. In some
lespecto the 120 looks something like the
inside built locomotives in use on eastern
roads, though not such in fact. Her
running is very smooth, and she gives
herc:ew very j;reat satisfaction. Her
engineer is 8. N Dickerman. and ber
fireman J. A. Burke. She has run atout
800 miles on freight in Illinois, and after
running for a time on Nos. 7 and 8 to
get in good condition, she will be placed
on the limited. It is understood that
some of the engineers now running the
naw engines on the limited trains are not
satisfied with the 6'Vinch wheels that
they have, as compared with the wheels
of larger size on the old engines. If
Mr. Wilson builds enough locomotives
like the 120 their views will be suited.
On her second trip down last night the
120 broke down at Bureau. She was at
tached to train No. 8. tnd a freight en
gine was substituted, bringing tbe train
into Rock Island two hours late.
THE DEATH OF ALI. ILL.
Hkrirb r thr Lire r the Fourth M ard
Alderman ha lawd Awar Yea
Aid. Ill, who died at his home 80S
Seventeenth street, at 2:55 yesterday af-
ternoon, as recorded in last night's Ar
al's, had been a resident of Rock Island
since 1952. and hd been for years and
until within recent years one of our roost
energetic and successful business men.
being a member of the carriage manu
facturing firm of Wall & III. until failing
health compelled his retirement from
active business life.
He was born April 1, 1332. In Lud-
wigshafen, Btden, Germany, and was,
therefore, in his fifly-nintb year. Lst
May be went to Europe in hopes of
regaining bis health which bad
been rapidly failing for some
time,, but finding that be grew more
feeble instead of stronger he returned
home early in August in despair, and he
has been gradually sinking since. He
leayea with his wife eight children: Mrs.
W. A. Ehleb. Frank. Jrn Mrs. Henry E.
Krell, Henry. Ktlberine, William, John
He was serving his second term as a
member of tbe Rock Island council from
the Fourth ward, and as one of the city's
guardians he had proved himself faithful
In the discharge of bis duties while he
was able, conscientious and economical.
yet progressive and public-spirited in his
The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock
Sunday afternoon from the late home
the deceased on Seventeenth street.
The Lion, Ravenna and Jo Long went
The Verne Swain was in and out as
The Jo Long brought down eteht
strings of logs.
The Helen Mar came down with eight
strings of luiulx r.
The Pilot cam'j dowa and rjturned
with a barge in tow.
The Pittsbuig pas ed down on ber
last trip this season.'
The ttsge of the water was 8.20
noon; tbe temperature at tbe brijge 38.
lhat I'raj rr M a I aaoawrred.
The people are now beginning to won
der what that prayer of the Lnlon a week
ago today amounted to after all. Joe
Haas will be obliged to do bis own pray
ing after tb'u, and then it will be seen
whether belter results will be the out
come. The Union's natural self looks
for relief to localities where prayers are
unheard and seldom offered. Tbe paper
and its weak-kneed back-biting editor are
strangers to morality, purity or truth.
A steward far Mlza lefarer.
It seems incredible that anyone ac
tuated by jealousy, we presume, should
sloop so low as to deface advertising
signa. Such actions are unheard of in
our t istory. and so determined are we to
find out by whom tbe cowardly deed is
done that we will cheerfully Rive to any
party bringing positive proof, one hun
dred dollars ($100.) Respectfully,
London Clothinu Co.
Oysters at Krell & Math's.
Go to Holbrook'a, Davenport, for car
pets and silk curtains.
Send your friends to Krell & Math's
for a dish or can of freBh oysters.
Call and see the hand-carved bed room
suites at Holbrook'a, Davenport.
. Parlor suites and fancy chairs of every
description at Holbrook'a, Davenport.
Ice cream always on hand and nerved
by the dish all winter at Erell & Math s.
A handsome line of hook cases and
cabinets just received at Holbrook'a, Dav
enport. An elegant assortment of dining tables,
chairs and hat racks at Holbrook'a. Dev.
When yon" want a nice dish of fresh
oysters step in to Krell & Math's and or
der them up in any style.
The house. 822 Second avenue, for
ale or rent. Seven rooms. In good order.
Inquire at 1103 Second avenue.
Adams, tbe credit man,' is showing a
beautiful line of fall patterns in carpets.
Call and see him, 822 Brady street, Dav
enport. . .
lloline's Victorious Host Rejoicu
and are Glad.
Kat baaiaatle Eveat Last Ewalaar
-Keek Ilaadte aalfrkt Ita Appre
flatten af Ike Vletary iTealaat.
noiine was given over last evening to
rejoicing over the triumph of the demo
crata all over the coun'rv but mora nt
ticolarly in tbe Eleventh concressional
district in Rock Island county and in
Moline. An Immense torchlight process
sion formed with two beads of rautic on
econd avenue end proceeded through
tue main po rtion or the city, balling at
Market iquare where tn immense con
course of people had assembh 9 about a
stand which bad been erected and from
which speeches full of good cheer and
joy were delivered by Messrs. Geo. W.
V inton. E ifene Lewis and M. J. XtrFn.
iry. It was a gladsome ' ott-asioa aU
Tonight the democracy of Rock Is'and
and Mends will indulge In a little out
pouring of the j iy which baa been la
possession of their minds and hearts since
Tuesday night. It wi I not be a partic
ularly noisy affair, the aim being to make
t as orderly as possible. B.euer's band
as been engaged, and tbe plan ia to as
semble on court house sanara at 7 .in
'clock and proceed to the reaidence of
Hon. B T. Cable, on Moline avenue, and
after giving tbe congressman-elect a
serenade and extending congratulations,
return down town to the home of Sheriff-
Elect Cyrus D. Gordon, who ia to be
congratulated in a like manner. The
serenaders will then disperse.
The floes t grapes at May's.
Nice ripe bananas at Long's.
Oysters and celery at Long's.
New Missouri cider at Long's.
Chickens and ducks at May's.
The Hotel Gordon is now for sale.
Bennett's Mocha glove ia tbe leader.
Celery and oysters st F. G. Young's.
Fur caps and muffs in all atvles at R n-
Home made mince meat at V n
Choice dressed chicken anil fa t
F. G. Young's.
Choice lettuea and anin.xh .1 v n
Qiush and fur emu ... I.'n.,4 u
.w UU I D
fitted at Bennett's.
If VOU Want tha heat n.rlni. V..,. I..-..
buy the Hotel Gordon.
Spinach, head lettuee imU.n.i
potatoes at May's.
There ia to he an A.t., t
South Park chapel this evening.
Six Per cent loan, hv ih. PI..1 17. l
Homestead association tonight.
Call nn Simon A Moaenfelder n.l
ceive an instructive lesson on overcoat.
Frank Jordan was Hned a.iit .-..1
by Magistrate Wl.lll It.i. mnrnino Ia,
cruelly to animals.
Grand ooenice lunch tomorrow t!uti
of saloon on Twelfth street and Seventh
avenue, Tbeo. Free new place.
Kingsbury & Son have bought tbe
stock of tbe Moline firm. Axel & Uhl
mark, and will move it to Rock I.i.nd
Miss Eva Burtrh. daughter nt rv,' n
B Burgh, leaves Tuesday evening for
Denver to spend the winter.
Simon & MosenTelrter are atiA-sint.
larger aod more handaoma line nr
coals this season than has ever been seen
Mr. Geo. Schafer has de i.t.-i tn ..... .
new forty-fool front in his recently pur
chased building at Hecond avenue and
Sixteenth street and open a saloon in it
The conoert in ennnaetinn lth ik. ...
formation festival at Auguatana College
last evening was enioved h a I .!... nnm.
ber of people and proved in all ways a
delightful musical treat.
Congressman-eleci Ben T. rvhle t...
been the recipient of 150 congratulatory
iucmk 1 rum menus au over the coun
try 00 his triumph- He hears his honors
w 110 modesty becoming tbe man.
In addition to tbe large store Simon &
Mosenfelder have in this citv. the. h.
one equally large in Monmouth. III..
which enables them to buy in very Urge
quantities and undersell all competition.
Don't buv an overcoat nniil m k..
compared prices with Simon &. Mosen-
'elder, who will charge VOU no mrtr. far
nicely made goods than you pay else
where for inferior trash.
The ladii a nf tha Flrat R.nil.i k..ui.
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will give a 'Christmas Market'' Decem
ber 4 and 5 in Armory hall with an en
tertainment each evening. Soncs of
seven with tableaux will be fiven nn
Simon & Moaanfilder revived adoin.
last evening that their buyer. Mr. Simon.
uau succeeaea id ouying the big slock of
overcoats be bad gone to Chicago to bid
on. Watch for tbe bleireat cut in nrtee.
ever attempted in this vicinity.
Invitations have been issued far a K.il
and banquet to mark tbe reopening of
h. II nr.. .
.uc uuiicr ncuncsaay evening, nov. IS.
The committees are: T. R Harper. C. K.
Lynde and F. J. Kinney. Rock Ialand; J.
D. Cady. Moline. and J. N. Van Patten,
Wm. MrEnirv returned frnm Himn.
this morning where he bad the case oT
Bicianoo vs. o Connor dismissed at tbe
plaintiff's coat. This is tbe $10,000
damage suit which gtew out of tbe al
leged trouble Capt. O Connor got Into on
bis boat while preserving the peace, and
the result is a clear vindication of toe
good natured captain's conrae.
The official canvass of tbe returns of
the late election ia being made at the of
fice of County Clerk Donaldson this af
ternoon, but had not progressed far
enough up to tbe lima of going to press
to admit of publication of any official
suits will be at all changed, although M
ouuinwcu maue a gala 01 thirty votea
tbe Fouith ward. thl. eiir n ih.
count, but ia losing several in other pre-
emeu, me oraoial returns show that
Judge Adams bad opposition other than
the cold-water candidate. Jim Lane bav
ing receive I one vole n the Fourta ward.
Travelers should be prepared for the
changes of weather and against the ef
fects of exposure by providing themselves
with Dr. Bull's Cough tijrup the best
Bear ia mind we do not quit making ice
cream when cold weather sets In. and you
can get It in any quantity io tbe coldest
weather. Remember Krell fc Math's and
get the beat.
The Crown dining nail. So. 1704 Sec
ond avenue. Is now ready to furnish you
the beat meal in the city for 5 cents. A.
B. Johnson, proprietor.
$50,000 to loan oa real estate security,
in sums of $300 and upward, at lowest
current rates of interest, without com
mission. B. W. Hurst. Attorney at
law. Rock bland.
Don't miss seeing cur fall stock of in
gram carpets. We make a specialty of
Angora, the new weave. The Adams.
888 Brady street. Davenport.
- ' DIES.
lli At his home la this ettv at s.-H a.
'rrmakUl'' -, t aCJte
Fa at t p. at Saadar front the nomas, SM
eveataahtfc stieet. -
NOVEEn 7. 1890
I. I. Xoaraosa, - - - aaatfrr.
THI TALIKTED ACTRESS
Onr ClmlM ft
THE FINK ST WATtKOE.
TUB fttKHT AttTWT
THK UHKATE9T PL.1.
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AckaWiVlawtarawl ksr ..A a.11. a a
fcl" l'l hf U Ikfei A Bat aaitr) . iA
?tE!y JT' M-rmr4 ft! ptmiw
r . was ua, jw lu, IM fffttl fr-aart
Mrtra of 7it parf'-nB.nr. r ih- kw pnere o
Vlv,. .- r. tat.
07 a The ro.iane.ot l.ll.k Mnart ... marrrt.
: . .. ,i."T""m""" cna . uf ran.
aad New l (vir
SATURDAY, NOV. 8th, 1890.
Special Eogagen.ett of the Popular
In hia Famoua Musical Comedy
A Pair of Kids !
Pricei 75c, 5V and 25c.
ai oa il Thnr-doy at the II r.er IIom
lOO Years Auro
People didat exprct to read WBrh. erlatrr en a
Inja, and lampiwrre a luiurr .T.rthodv
- j .
Now, we tarn alzhl n.to dar. ulmnlni. k..
lamp; bat a GOOD lean W .till a In. nr. .1.1. k
ererybody doesot hare.
I wl.h you'd call and are the
LITTLE JEWEL T.AXrP-
Ktmethlng really near, and Ike uimim aiui' k.
yet. to candle power. , mail euw. nickel
piaieo. aoa ao aariui and chears that everyone
ouehl to hare It.
O. M. LOOSLEY
THISa AND GLASS,
lea Hecnad Aveaee.
J. M. GASPARD,
Library Building, D.Tenport, ow, rait for
II male, and see work before solas to I'll wi to
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, sccim-d on land worth from
three to live tira-e the amount
of the loaa.
latereat T nor rem kini Mit..A. .
remitted free of caata.
K. W. T1URST,
Attorney at Law
KonaasS aad 4 Maaoaic Tempi.
HOCK ISLAND. ILL.
HORST VON KOICKRITZ. Pharmattat
PuataoTtoae a BraciaiTT.
Fourth Ave. and Twenty-Third St
W. C. MAUCKER,
Baruu; aurchieed the
Propertv ahlck be ka aad ietied totatko.
tol hwla.ee. ta now prepared to accoat
stodala tranxeal fneata.
Day and Regular Boarding
at very reaeonabla prices.
He la ah rbraged ta the
at the same place with a eke Ire lot of Ororertee.
Kara aredaoe a epecavt.
Llovd & Stowart.
Bck Raidaebaand reUeeeall Hi. Inmljli
ent So a biuooe autoof tbe ayMe.eaoh as
llinuia, Kaoara, In na.ti Mna afUa
eatintt. Iila ta the Mt ka. WkiUtMreaoaj
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' UrVi't Lnde TJot Ptua are vary enalt aa4
Very mtmy f taka. IMnr tn Mile aukea mm.
Tary areetnctlynvtat4aea4a Bu e-npe ec
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tj dmoiM. rrerjaiara, ur aou by aaaO.
CSKTCR WCDtCINt CO New Vor.
SklAUPLLL SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE
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ROCK ISLAND. I
ASK YOUR OROCER FOR THEM;
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anta.--l.t --a,u ad -h-nr'
Only our half cmt a rd. KirtyLy road. Ikie
ON BY L'.AXKD ON HKMrt HK .t ISM
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or eicaatiired. X.an c,.
eiorrd al tHiikaat corarr I errj aud Tkint ata.
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: pre-" nr.. hf.. aiM limb. f. Q,1 p.ju.aiare
to kithr J. WALkEK. IkTeaww.
u.to rent lumiru frubi loua.. tjia vml
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ma Srtiu r.mily ia Kutkl.iano. t.afar-nu-k
nt oT ref.n-nree, fur panicular. aJdraae
DOS Sat. tieaeaeo. IU.
WASTED THK EE INTELLIGENT AND AC
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oir bu.iDee. and Intel f.ir b. ' t.r.a
Anrnru; Mead. r .; rail .li.r. .,
veaiLg at CDKatttui am.l. l. ti
WANTED An k-ilr, Tr.rl.r.r s..m.a to
erba (.Mil hae of oar UrrrUutdtmr ta
merckaut. only. Umwl w. ana iea .
wnlewieomceSS-i.'C WaeUacuia i . lkWo.o.
AXTED-A l-LACK IN A I'klY ATE
lamilr he a maa an.l kl. if. fk.
lbomafMy.raaeMrd alia Ibr dalira InrMenUl
lothocareot Wm, aaJ the t.w..a I. a cum
prteat Ww keer. He.t rrf.nwrre riv.a.
Adam. -A" Aaoi. ofllr,.
WANTin A LAtY To MAAiiC A
Braarkomce. at htoea k-ene. lur tke Tm
mtoot Frmair Te 6f -orakr. Liiy": epteadid
oppnrtaaily; aodrre a ilk .tamn. Tke In loum
lev MedKoi Inelitatr. kuaik Ikrad latf
SALESMEN WANTED Til nkl.1. Ntt.kr.KY
Muca. Mtaaiam. invuru, eatery aa4 -
naaiein. Inaaeian. No ein
rare ii. outfti e. Wm, t.
WATEI-..ENCKtL TAIE A .KNT To
oiwo keaoaeartrre la ..irj. tiuriul i.
ekrlaaiteroaunl rt ear ka.iaoa. aaa a
Dotal lural .k.... I "7. "TT TIT
eute:al.arliaaoaB.ataiaeaa .t. la aai-
erceat Alifn. im'tMuS tlSPANY.
;4 braadaay. .re lota. at
Ll'MBaB u. xaak Tak'j wuKtats VP
all (radr. caa mir. .uarfy ewpioyneft ia
the laaibrr yard. o( ftitraca ai lr.a SI i to
finiferaayoa ar.pil.a:eHi ta prma u. E. E.
HOoTtk. erreiay M tke tVkaro Laaiker
" - ' w- nwatn t k.ail.re of
twaaierre. a E carut La.Naiie aad t ukltu
Uvrta. t kKaeo. lu. V
J. a. n ea a unlet.
iTTORSET AT LAW-tHSreattk -J. T. Eaa-
Uy. IT. nd Aeet.aa.
JitkSOS A 111 It ST.
ATTORKETs AT LAW. rSr ta Rerk laiaad
.NaUtaui Malik kuiidtac. k.va Inaaa. 111.
I.i niim. r. l. a. Lata.
SWEEXEf A HALkER,
ATTORN I YB AXI rorELUiR AT LAST
USkee la benf etoa'f .. IU. a iwaaa. la.
XrE.MKT A MrEMEl.
A " kj" iaa m.ai y
. - M.wr,M..wieTI(0..
rtet.e.a.a. M It
ait at le-aae. kaai
fcrra. tinak Perk mia kMt.
THE DHL! A Kb I'M.
FOR SALE EVEWT EYEMNii al CraauVa e
ee Klaad. Pl.r crate per c.y.
UUS. Kl'TIIEKFURD A tHLILEE.
fRalX ATEOPTHE "NTAkht VETEHNA
tjrr eollere. Yrteraare rtnlnaa aaa - - -
OBWt TtMall e Lireryetaklr; fcrenlonu- um
Aeiere Uakery. anrkrt aeoare.
To sen ear rnda k earnple to abnteaale aad re
" fe. We are tb. krrrt eaaaerartaeer. ra
"'"no. Liberal .alary aaio. P.raaa.a pael-t"-
meaey MnH 1 wa;ea. aaerrttaiajt.
etc. P.r rente, e-ttrro.
caarEiEUt. am. co . (-wiraca. tu.
Super cent rrdartloa Snrlae ae Mart
oa Bcree aaa aaia aoaa.
ka. icia. KU aad SI4. Tklrd Are,
Is tbe raaapeat pair la To raaary he bay Cke
nasve. Beaiea, Patau, oua. etc.
Havo tke largest estabUsksnant Weet of CkJcefa.
DO NT KORGET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZUAHN.
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And No. 124, 12f3 xni 123 8ixvntli 8tret,
iarartMtarao rvrtaa the ran eraTa law.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
OpradaUyfromea at V. 4 p at, oat otarder eeealac ream T he SeYior.
Five percent Inter..! paid a Deposit. Money loaaad oa PareowaV Col
lateral. or Real Estate Secarlty
E P kETVMJH Pre t O, DfXRA!. aire Proa. J. ICMU,Cka,.
P U M.trae.1 E P. Reea.4d.. T l Dek, JokarVak-. r- m
d - J. Kriai r.. L.
Jacaooa a U
re-W:n hreie oBea Jely a less, aad anil
aat U aeo beak m CMSki-lnea.
. Narrow Escape from Fire!
Bat prices went Josrn n tneeOhe wants of every one withlng to r
CTi inMiTi in fCT.
i U UniMI
OIL CLOTHS, SHADES, DRAPERY, Etc.
PRICES IS PLAiN FIGURES-
KANN & HTJCKSTAEDT,
N.t. 1SI1 and 1S1J Secoad aveana.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH "
$2.50 Per Gallon.
TsCOI-HNT & ADLEll
Kmored to 219 8; ntenth Strtsft
andoaotod'.y proves mack cheapest la
Tke reputation wklck wre kave es
LaLUahed for keeping the test and la lest
style tni::ii.Ty la the city. Is fcnsJy ep
keld by EVXRV BAT AND BOSKET
SHOWN- Tkere Is a wlstittctive FTT
and STYLE and aa ELXGAXCE of
nSISH about onr mlQioerjr wkick Is
doe entirely to tke superiority la tke
nakiag. Oar DESIGNS are ORIGI
NAL and PRIVATE to ourselves, aad
tkerefore, cnaaot be duplicated erUk
. tke FASHIONABLE EFTECT.
MRS. P. GREENAWALT
1704 SECOND AVENUE,
Use Ravea Gloss Dressing.
the best t LvW aboet. Kerer
ccalca, cracks sv injurr-t the leaibo.
Try a UxUe anJ be convinced.
raea w.e.v .
tttt Fiflk Aeeaue,
Cooler weather st head j oat eaocch rhUI U re
aaiael one af Ui colder days to eosae. We eraat as
npolf your aeeds la cord weather rood. Utj be jom
l'5DESWEAR. If yna aeed none inimY aew
about the chiUreat Call end laspect ear Udt la
white, scarlet aad aatomL We oowld aasno prases aw
several liaes bat tow will keow snack snore ct their
aloe wbea yoa see ihem. We are aura yoa arW ap
preclste low priors.
CLOAKS- H.ve yoa eera oar lias of
A viett t this deoartaneat K11 repay ynu. rial j a
plains sad other effecta from 4 rears to 19 years.
lite best thief shout lbs whole array of chirrs
aad sabnee cloaks ts that tbey coat so liuie aaoary ih
aaeo. Krai aaerii at seaa coat. Brief tbe cfcUdre
More abeat ladles' doaka wbea we beve tbe apaoa.
Is tke aaeaa Irene pay a visit to tbe Indira' dVpartraesL
Doa't f of ret our b! safari AepertsneaL While ber las
ata pair. tJrey ttlaakris at f I II a pair. Met
pure Aeetrallaa wool, of coarse not. bet tbey vO keep
yo warra. Lota of better emee. Tea eagbt to ere
mr fl VI sU wod arark-t blaakeL
a av ik. j m . '
n n ajM.h.M
a-ttb SlHraall A Lreaa
Buy a Pair of
FOR WET WEATHER.
The upper la tfci Boot ha a
patent linlcc which la Acid, Ofl
nJ 'WateTproor; LuaerUd la rich
a mAnner as to maiui tkoth trmx
Aad back absolntelj
F sale only by
.- r-tiraa o-v
1 1 e- f j ( Maw "
' bw"a pa 1 t reravtee. i
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