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Tin vv akk And House FoRNisniNo Goods.
.,,. F.ONT AVESUE.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
3u!wi"l ti'Mi'iI Binong the ladies since
fcffwip1 "f ,,"v,e e,eKnt worK Dd
,ni They are of Indian man-
jl.,ri kk the product is vary
fd ii i !"iil!fnl if wo will have any
. iti m-n '0. Call and make your
ii,,n .r imt v want may be gone.
1703 Second Avenue.
5 feet bamboo easels, 83c.
8x10 gUt frames, glass and mat. 80c.
8il0 white and gold frames, giass
and mat, 35c.
Decorated window shades complete
with spring fliturcs, 85c.
Pure Irish Linen stationery per lb.
Wall paper at cost.
KINGSBURY & SON
1705 Second Ave.
A. J. SMITH & SON,
; -u replete wlih Novelties. Call and compare oor slock and prto-s.
A. J. SMITH Sc SON,
1 .'. ni,l 127 West Third Street. Opp. Masonic Temple, DAVEXPORT.
. lit. :;iNiBti Cents.
-WfiLL PAPER COMPANY-
314 Twentieth SU
indJ,.s!,.ffiIV Block, Moline. ROCK ISLAND.
."..S'F. ".VALL PAPER ExHoatee areata fur the following tx larger Well Paper
' . ti r- .v Jit A Co.. Robert S. HobtM A Co.. NeTtna HaTiland, Nea
' ' ' .' ''' ' . anil K.'hert Uraree A Co.
"I'Ki lAoj-Wnuh include, ail the Art papere Prices from 10 to 80 per cent
. a . a j
Howard Watches, Imported Watches,
H. D. FOLSOM.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
lrish Cough Syrupy
A"quickiy. is perfectly safejand never fails to care mil Lang troubles.
10c. 85c and 50c Bottles.
Medicine kaoara fer ail Kidaer, Lang aad'Steamach trashlaa. ia
Thomas Kidney and Liver Pills.
8c a Bju1 Sampks free.
T. H. THOIIAS,
THE ACTUAL FIGURES.
The Total Vote of Bock Island
County on Candidates.
TkftOflelal (,. MMW MCIlll-t.
"atinaayjAltrrad.B. . he v.te
The official canvass of the vote, of last
Tuesday was completed by tbecanTaaing
board at County Clerk Donaldson's office
last night, and from theresolt the follow
ing totals in the.county are obtained. Tto
complete returns by precincts In tabu lated
form will bj publiobed in the A bods
TMS BOOS ISLAND
A SOLEMN WEEK.
AilQUS, BATPBDAY. NOVEMBER
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Amberg R . .
Link, Pro " ' oo
EJwanls R a ma ,
lohann, Pro . .... 167
Morgan, D 44)7
Bryant. D. . , iilf
Graham. 1 inon
Neeliv. U AKAt
Mansdeld. R. . iui
B-nnett. R ic
Kd wards. Prn ion
Gibson. Pr "100
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West. Pro mi
CI.KhK SUPREME COURT.
Sioskoph. D 4(105
yor. K 4561 5t
ains. Pro ,. iSk)
CLERK APPEI.I.ATB ronoT
POX. D... illA7
D"ff. R .". """.'"4539 wit
Hazlipp, pfo i7i
Cble. D 4320 60
Gest. R io.i
Sheiton, Pro 124 '
man. I aas.k
Crawford, R . .4510 - 475
ton. T ...7659
SOn. 1) . 47QM
Collins. R .674j
:k. Pro 424 J
Adams, R 4697 4470
cuwarils. fro S9I
Browner. I . . . 41J1
Campbell, R 44J2
Stone, Pro 156
Marshall. D 4071 49
uthwt!l,R " " .4232
Ttiere were quite a n timber of waiter.
Iok votes. A Donaldson. V. M. Blinding.
C Wivill. H. Kohler. Fred Hilfingtr,
M. Whiffln. Wm. Searle. J. E. Searle
nd Jim Lane, each receivine one
vote for county judge, while then; waa a
vote received here and there for regular
candidates for cfUces for which ttey were
On the, vote for the propostd. amend
ments to the constitution of tl e state
there weie 8.079 ballots for the amend
ment to Article 9 and 87 aeainat it. and
149 for the amendment to the state
banking law and 101 against it.
Mritlax Rrady farikr rw I'awrr.
President Walker and Director Buck-
ingham, of the Holmes syndicate, who
have been in the citY the past tw 1 days in
company with General Manager
Scbnitger, completing arrangements for
the erection of the power slatioa which
is to operate fie company new eiectric
syMem, left for Chicago last night- Yes
terday afternoon a conference waa had
with Vice-President H. A Parker jSuper
intrndent of Illinois Lines R- H. Cham
berlain, and Road Master Dicker, of the
Rock Island road, with reference 1o put"
ting in a switch to the power sT ation on
Second avenue in conformity with the
plans being dran by the engineer of the
Holmes syndicate, and last uight the
council by unanimous vote granted the
necessary ordinance for the putting in of
the switch. The company bv this is
enabled to switch ita cara of ceil direct
to its power house.
Te Be Ohaetrre la frirtrir tkY.
The following circular baa been Issued
by the international convention of the
T. M. C. A.
"The week beginning Sunday, No
vember 9, has been set apart, as nsnal,
by the international convention and the
world' conference of Yonng Men's
Christian associations, as season of
prayer for the associations, and their
efforts in behalf of yonng men.
The American associations have reg
ularly observed this annual appointmeot
since 1868 and each year abundant
blessing ha accompanied their effort.
It is hoped that the observance this year
will be more general than ever before,
and that it will be attended by an out
pouring by the Holy Spirit upon the
work and worker.
Though It may be impracticable for
all the associations 10 observe lb entire
week, none, it i hoped, will fail to ob
serve at lesst the first day. Sunday. No
This season will be observed not only
by public meetings, but in private devo
lions as well. A knowledge and consid
eration of the work both at home and
abroad will enlarge our sympathies and
cause us to remember in our prayers the
associations and young man of other
lands, particularly those less favored than
Every association is earnestly request
ed, as has been the custom for years, to
take a collection taring the week for the
further prosecution of the work of super
vision and assistance by the Americn
associations to their international com,
mittee. The need of a very general re
sponse to this request of the last inter,
national convention is very urgent. If the
important work that is authorized is to be
It has been erroneously stated that Mr.
Meyer Loeb has sold his stcck of cloth
ing, hats, caps and furnishing goods to
C. Lowensteln. of Chicago. The facts
are that Messrs. Lloyd ft Stewart have
purchased the said stock for 25 cents on
the dollar, and have added to it a stock
purchased by Mr. 8. Arndt, under similar
circumstances in Chicago for S3 1-3 per
cent, together with the fact that we shall
sell these goods for cash only, it wilt en
able us to give bargains never before of
fered in this vioinity. Mr. Arndt ha a
widespread experience, both in the retail
as well as the wholesale trade. Mr.
Arndt will manage the business, and en
deavor to please all. Give him a call atd
be convinced that he cm give you better
bargains by far than you can get else
where. Remember that after this lot of goods
is gone it cannot be duplicated at
same price. 8? it Is to your Interest to
call early and get benefit of first bargain.
Hereafter this establishment will be
known as the American Clothing House,
8. Arndt, Manager.
The government b)t Fury ctme down
with a dredge.
The Verne Swain an.l Louise came
down and the Verne Swain and Le
Claire Belle went up.
The atage of the witer was 2.85 at
noon; the temperature at the bridge 80.
Major McKetzie left for Rock Is.and
last night. Yesterday he made an in
spection of the river where the board cf
trade la desirous of having the O'Connell
dam placed. His opinion of tbeplio,
expressed afterwards to Mr. Crapo and
others, is not just what the promoters of
the project would like to have it. yet he
promised to put everything in as favor
able a light as possible in his report to
the government. His principal objec
tion is embraced in the idea that the dam
would benefit private parties more than
it would the people in general. Nothing
can be done in the matter antil spring,
however, because all government work on
the river ceases on the 15lh. and by the
time operations are resumed the major's
opinions regarding this point in all like
lihood will change. Buriineton Oatettt
Uuw 1'hea .lrl Love One Aaotlierl
Winifred (insinuating!-) Mr. Ran
dolph comes to see yon every dav.doewu't
Julia (with the Bailor hatv Oh, vea.
bnt he's very easily eutertained.
Winifred He tnuxt be. Life,.
Mrs. CumiiO You have named m!1 vonr
daughters after flowers. I notion Rose.
lulet and so on.
Mrs. Banks Yes. 1 wished tr miVa
sore that they would be pressed. New
At Trinitv church. Rev. R. T. SweeL
rector, tomorrow the Twenty- bird Sun
day after Trinity, services at 10 45a m.,12
m , aud 7 p. m. At the chapel at 2 30 p.
At the Y. M. C. A. rooms the mcatina
for young men at 3:30 p. m.. ill be led
by Mr Henry N. Hansen. Consecration
meeting, 1 Cbron. 9:5. All young men
are coraianv invnea 10 attend.
At the United Presbyterita church.
preaching by the pastor. Rev. H. C.
Marshall, at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 o. m.
Subject, "Confession Without Repent,
ance." Young people's meelbe at 6:45
At the Central Presbyteriaj church.
the sacrament of the Loro's Supper wilt
he aamioistereo in llie moron s. Even.
ingButject: "Pilate's Question." Sundav
school at 9 30 a. m. Y. P. b. C. E. at
6:45 p. ni. South Rock Ialaiid Sunday
School at S p. m.
At the Broadway Presbyterian church.
tbe pastor, Rev. W. S. Marquis, will
preach at 10:45 a. m. a eenuon ap
propriate to tbe eighth anaive-sary of the
young people 's association. Sunday school
at V:to a. m. t-onsecraUn meeting
young people's association 6:30 p. m..
led by Frank Nadier. Spec al anniver
sary exercises at 7:80 p. m.
At tbe Christian church, services
at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m . con
ducted by the pastor. Rev. T. W. Graf
ton. Evening subject. "The Book and
iu Writer, being toe first of a series of
evening lectures, on "How tie Bible was
Made. Sunday school at 9:15 a. m.
Young people's meeting at 6: i0 p. m.
At the First M. E. cburdi. preaching
at 10:45 a. m. ana 7:SO p. m . bv the
pastor, the Rev. O. W. Gun. Morning
auniect, "following Jesus. Evening
subject. "Our City Newspapers and tbe
Keceot Political Strife. St ndav school
at 9:15 a. m.. J. F. Robinson, superintea-
oent- aoung peoples nieeliagat 8:30 p.
m.. J. Animi. leaaer.
At tbe First Baptist church, preach
ing by toe pastor. Rev.Dr. Taylor. Morn
ing service at 10.45 a. si. Subject
"A Praj er Hearing God . " Evening ser
vice: Yoong Men and the Liquor
Traffic." Sunday school at 9 JiO a. m.. J. W.
Welch, superintendent. Ycnng people's
meeting at 6:30 p. m.. led by Mr. Mor
gan McLean. Subject: "Watching Oar
tSoula." Sunday school i t tbe Forty
fourth (tree chapel at 30, C. 8. Wit.
liams, superintendent. Preaching at
Forty-fourth street chape at 7:30 p m.
oy sir. voariea i . rxoox.
High-priced competitors disregard a
weB established raw of pay ies when they
buck against Salvation 01. It is the beat
and cheapest. 25c. . -.
E. Paraenier. aitori ev a a
Makes collections, loans n ey and will
attend to any legal basinet s intrusted to
hint. Office, postafficc bk J. Bock 111-
aaa.ua. .... ; dafcwty
A Creel Sport.
Young Lad v Don't von think fox
hunting a crnel sport?
Escort Ya-as. it is. It's nvnkr for.
tnre. bajove! I haven't been able to
sit down fou a week. Street & Smith'
Where) It Was Seeded.'
'Tom." she murmured. "I have per
fect trust in yon." -
"Can't yon lend some to your father
for a while?" be queried anxiously.
Harper s Bazar.
Way Ula Writing Baited.
Teacher Your son baits badly in his
Mother (apologetically) Yes, poor
boy. be always did stutter. Texas Sifting
Oysters at Krell & Math's.
The Hotel Gordon Is now for sale.
Go to Hoi brook 'a, Davenport, for car
pets and ailk curtains.
If yon want tbe best paying business
buy the Hotel Gordon.
Send your friends to Krell & Math's
for a dish or can of fresh oysters.
Call and sea the hand-carved bed room
suites at Holbrook's, Davenport.
Parlor suites and fancy chairs of everv
description at Holbrook's, Davenport.
Ice cream always on band and served
by ths dish ail winter at Kiell A Math's.
A handsome line of book case and
cabinet just received at Holbrook's. Dav
An elegant assortment of dining tables.
chairs and bat racks at Holbrook's. Da v.
When you want a nice dish of fresh
oysters step in to Krell ft Math's and or
der them up la any style.
Grand opening lunch this eveoios
of saloon on Twelfth street and Seventh
avenue. Theo. Free s new place.
Tbe bouse. 922 Second avenue, for
sale or rent. Seven rooms, in good order.
Inquire at 1103 Second sveaoe.
Adams, the credit ma a, i showing a
heatuuf al line of fall patten ia carp4 a.
Call and see bias, S22 Brady street. Dar
Tbe Crown dining aalL No. 1708 Sec
ond s venue. Is now ready U furnish you
wm nest meat ia uta cny lor w ceat. A
B. Johnson, proprietor.
Dont bmss seeing rur fall stock of ia
grain carpet. We make a specially of
Aagnrs, taa new weave. The Ada,
S22 Brady street, Davenport.
Save big asoaey by buying your fam
tare, carpet, oil clota and draperies al
tbe C F. Adams Hoane-Farniahin:
aaamt, ac may street. Aa vea port.
A "Pair of Kids" al tbe theatre tc
Umbrellas and rubber coats at Lloyd 4
8 tew art's.
Gentlemen's kid and mocha gloyes at
Lloyd d: 8tewri'.
The entertainment at Sooth Park chap-
ei iui mgui nciieu aooui fiO.
The Ezra Kendall company Is at the
Harper aad Rock Ia'.and bouses.
Gentlemen's bsth robes, house gowns
and smoking jackets si Lloyd & Stewsrt's.
Tbe famous Esra Kendall will exhibit
his fsmons "Kids ' si Haiper's theatre to.
Messss. Jsmes Tsylor and James Yen
able, of Taylor Ridge, were in the city
Remember that Cletnann 4 Saltinsna's
is tbe place to buy your furniture and
See those wonderfal Kid that you
hive read so much a'out at the theatre
Call early and avoid tbe rash for those
antique oak chamber suits atCiemann
The Gilpin hose corr,pmy will have a
masquerade at Armory ball tonigb'.
Suits for reut al the hall.
Miss Kate Fesler was given a pleasant
surprise by about fifty of her friends at
her home on Twenty-fourth sree, last
The ladies of tbe Central PresbMerisn
church are arranging for a tea and sale
of fancy articles on the afternoon of ?il
day, Dec. 12.
N. P. F. Nelson will open a shop at
No. 2119. Fourth avenue next Monday,
where he will conduct a repair shop and
manufacture shoe uppers. Mr. N-hon
also runs a repair shoe shop in Sjuth
Mrs. H. H. Porter and Miss Ktlnerine
Porter. 811 Erie street, entertained a
large number of friends at a "high tea"
Thursday evening in honor of the debut
of Miss Josephine Cable, daughter of
Sir. R. R. Cable. Chicago Daily h'ewt.
An eight year-old boy died in Muses
tine the other day from nicotine poipor,
caused by smoking cigarettes. He bad
formed such a habit of smoking that be
would pick up old stumps of cigars and
smoke ihem His death contains a terri
ble warning to the cigarette fiend wner.
ever he may be located.
The Rock Ldtnd Y. M. C. A. has ar
ranged fc r a series of rtib'e lectures at
8:30 Sunday afternoons, beginning Nov.
16, for men onlv. Prof. R "F. Weidner.
Revs. J H. Kerr, a E. Tavlor. W. S.
Maiqqis, H. C. Marshall. T. W. Grafton
and U W. Gue will each in turn lecture
on topics In the series.
There was a social and nception given
to tbe Rev. Dr. Taylor and fainiiv at the
Fortv-fonrth 8treel Chapel, last evening.
Notwithstanding the storm and dixagre.
able character of the evening, a goodly
number was present. A series of goapel
meetings are to beheld in the chapel next
week, beginning Monday eyening
A man named Geo. M. Brooks waa ar
rested ia Moline todsy for forging draft
on Chicago parties for and present
ing the same to the Moline National bank.
He collected 100 several da V t.k rnn.i
fepoited tbe remainder u bi credit.
1 1 . .... ... .
1 ueo ne raiiea lor 11 toilay lie was ar
rated. His preliminary trial is in pro
gress. He is a professional crook.
Oaing to tbe extremely dsa?rerab1e
weather tbe fterena.tR r.nt-mi.l.il i.
Congressman-elect CaMe and Sheriff
eiect uomoa lasi evening waa abandoned,
though there were plenty of dem-wra'a
out whose enluuaiasrn was not to le
dampened by a downfall of rain. The
programme heretofor outlined will le car
ried out Monday tight.
- Jorgen Domenea was found ia bis
room. 312 Warren street, Dtvenport. at
noon Tesierdav bv bia roommaii- J .hn
Gressmann, dead". For four or five days
tsoracoea net neea in liquor, much of tbe
lime auite drunk. He au .meit.in
over 60 years of age and il is tupposable.
ia we aosenoe 01 anytntng more cert air,
that he drank ton much and his system
gave away under -.be a'raio of txnesaive
Tbe attention of Magistrate Wivill has
been al s jrbc.l tor the past two days with
the hearing of tbe case of Dr. Palmer.
Davenport's magnetic healer, again at
Nicholas Wildermuto, of Mol ne. The
suit is based on an alleged nr. pud bill for
medical services. A number of citv rht-
sicians have been summoned as wit
nesses, and an effort will be made to
prove that Palmer baa no license to prac
tice under the laws of I.linoi.
Yesterday at Davenport the widnw of
the late Principal W. C. Preston, of
that citv. brought suit against the Dav
en port Central Electric railwav f r JO.-
OoO damages Mr. P.cstoo. it w i.l be re
membered, was ki:led by tbe col isi n of
an electric car with a train of cars on
Sept. 1, and tbe accident il is charged.
was aue to negiigenci on tbe part of the
The appellate court of the third Illinois
district Thursday handed do wo a decision
In tbe case of tbe Modern Woodmen of
America vs. Bessie Sutton, which ba at
tracted a great deal of attention. Sutton,
at tbe time of his admission to the order,
was suffering from a loathsome disease.
and wbrch. upon examination, became
known to the medical adviser of tbe order.
out bis admission was recommended. Tbe
older took his money in par men t of in
surance, but upon his death refused to
pay the 92.000 insurance. The court,
however, awards the insurance to the
plaintiff, which is right. It does not ele
vate aay insurance organ:tation in public
estimation to attempt to deprive a de
pendant beneficiary of ber dues .
The factory of tbe Roddewie Schmidt
Cracker company, at Davenport, was
aamagea rv ore ist night to the extent
of 120 000 to 1 25.0HO. The Penorrat
says of the fire: "Wbea the boys arrived
they found tbe flames bursting from tbe
roof of the building and well nisb bevond
control. A second alarm was turned in
and this brought tbe remainder of the
department to tbe scene. Eight streams
were soon playing on tbe flame, but the
fire had by this time penetrated the rear
Portion or tbe building ao thorougblv that
little headway waa made in tbe wok of
impeding 11 progress. Ueroic efforts
were made ia this direction, however, and
gradually the flame succumbed before
the dsloge of water, and the smoke that
waa almost suSocaling at first in its in
tense heaviness thinned away."
The Baa who joins aa
soraace coenpaay can taks a
puasurn a t staking of
m auora Ida deaia.
ta saaaj ttit
Warn Vera Tew aaral
Send date of bir.b mru irn rem . n.-i
will delineate your character according to
the earh sign s gives ia the science of
Sf'lar Bioiory." Addreaa.
F. Hants a.
8156 Fifth avence. Rock Ialsnd. LI.
Salt rheum, etc .
Take Hood's Sarsspanllt.
50.000 to Iowa m imI eea.L. :..
ia sums of t&aj aad wn .1 .'
current rates of iolcrrev. without com-
misaioa. E. W. Hurst. Attoraey at
Isw. Rock Island.
Bear ia salad are da not uurt K.k i
cream whea cold weather set hi. and yow
eaa get It is any quantity ia the eoideat
KmKwci. imncaiDer svreij as sjain a aad
get the best.
J Whom it mat Coxcirx.
1. I. XuTitn, ... Manager.
w ar ; aj
TBI TALfXTTT) irmr.J
' j - yn
Our Claim 'O
TI1E FISEST VVARPRORK.
THE OKKA TEST PLAY.
5avported hy tirnwa
svi-Lkb iikamatic n.
Acknoarledgrd hy the prea aad ptitc tn be tte
e'rnciiCtel roepai.r thai e.er appeared al pfmur
Iicr.. Mnnrtty, nilit, Nov lit, tte rreat 5-att
Next week Kwk laland penple ran wlimea a
aehea of Tjc perfrmsnre (,,r ihe low price of
!!. AM) n ENTtl.
NOTE The tmimol Lilah M.art ar mervela
of br.ni, and are direct Intra Worth's of Parte
and New Vork .
oa iinr rsLV,
SATURDAY, NOV. 8th, 1890.
- Siecial Eojsgemebt of the Popular
In bis Famous Muairst Comedy
A Pair of Kids !
Pricer 7.V. 50.: and 25c.
Sea's on aale TTiBr-JoT at the H r, er Bnaae
IOO Vonrs Airo
Peo lc d!t tipert to r ad h. wtatf eeea
(, and lam .1 w, re a itiiurj erertVaJr di01
Sow, we tsra utrtl 11.10 Jar. aodeeenVdt aaa
lamp; hnl a tiOOO laaap la anil a luiurr. erhka
eervhody d.ieeat hare.
I wiea yoa'd call and are the
LITTLE JEWEL LAMP:
aomethlnf nallr are, and the pmueat abd Sret
jret. to candle power. S uual alae. auket
(late, and ao aerlul and cV;s that eerjoa
oofht to ha IL
O. M. LOOSLEY
! kvomd Ar.uiw.
J. M. GASPAUD,
Lthrary Balldiaur. PaTonnort. Iowa, Call for
Uaate aad aee work belure (mag lo Chicago
f 200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times tbe amount
of tbe loan.
Iitereat 7 per cent seat anaaallr. raUectod as
remltved free of raanro.
K. W. HUIvST,
Attornky at Law
Rooaw I sad 4 aeoalc Tt-ap1.
ROCK ISLAND. (IX
HORST YON KCECKRITZ. PnarmaciH
Pr rr-nox SrsctatTV.
Fourth Ave. and Twenty-Third St.
Xotiro le betewf fftva, t tW Deeeather
km. a. D vem. of the onatt m of Hoik hi
and coat.aew at liHaaaa. she aaaeroinea. aa
korI T. F wee-re J.
aa4eaan7.adalaaeauaea mt WUKaaa Le
Sina.iS.win arX; le oaid mmn tae knee wTTu
W'"rC aMd kt the coeHj of r-
ana.atat.of llhaaaa. Sa-wa : '
Thoawdrrided aaa fuauiaof Mas aar0jeeaa
tare aecoaSe. SV aewana loo. jaj, 1
"1 r-nn-rral oil an.
aseaat a anas la the tartheaat eonue mi J
aaarior oecdoa. said aaaltca ;aoa ana he aiadeioe
f 1 " -' ' rtra-ii i
Sack Waad. lil-asDaeaaaber-taa. Isaw.
W. C. MADCKER,
Batrlag krnkuei the
Properr ? wfckk he ba had trf-.lel f the no.
tai haihaeaa. w now impend So arroat
Bodata uaaateat (aeata.
Day and Regular Boarding
Be is also eafafel la the
at the eaaae olare aHth a rSeWe Waa? Ci
Wmrm araooco a aecaa.t.
Park Beaaarbeaed telaman Ika li aldai fctef.
CA to abilloao auioof the ajMaaeaah as
flaalaeea, Kaia In n a nai.aa. jmi altar
aanr. l-ara la I be h..l, Ao. Wnitotaraa
SaaniHtaaiiirno aaa beraehoeatooaaiaai
feaaAaeba, yet OaHrr"a Utfla traor PTTw ava
aemUr ealnaWo In OunaOraUaa. ema aad ara
VentlBC thlaariBcrUienmJ.lal.ohll aaaa
eeerertallduonlmof thoatoaaa, hatnoahUatha
tirraa raaalaia ilialmaaaa lia it iaaj aala
'Jafbet aiicld roatimat n ta.ifntVeotys
Sailer from thiadxw lane oneafUral; bmf jeta
fcalely thetrrmili d'o ooteod aq-aaod Iho
Who core try then will Sad theae In tie tMiiaeala.
allomomaJi7-aratBattheT will nr bo aril.
!ltliataB.of ao mane Uvea that heeoai aneaa
1 weramketmr icroat ouaat. Oar palcraMaaa
1 Carier-e LliO. Ueer fTJIa are -ey email aad
very eeey to til., una ee two tell, naaaoaduaa.
llirTareetni-llxeetal-teaidda But rtpo oe
T-riiT but hj tuar arntleartxai ploaaeall oka
tisetuom. InTUlaal iiemtmi Sr. for I L boat
bj droife-kSa rrarrahare, or acat by aaaiL
..f atEOrCtWI CO Naw Vork.
SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THEM.
1wa; aad h-t p ee )a tr aar for
Onlr oaeha-l rral a wrd. rmM,rvua.
ONTTvtTTaTrbniCn'rtxirt UK attail
s-ruoo a.eoae. J. w . JuNSa
FR At.a-. ihKi Tor ritai-AL It
Mnhla um f .ill J ul .. . - .
aid. W.Juaee eer.d ha -4 a-re, lall yM4
Llr-T-A I.AKl.K Sl.t- Mln( xlivu
la-ff: w-i.-t a-w 10 . tt.
tro.1 I a4 ta li reo.nl la tmw
Sd aittk atea.r.
SK.XM-IU J ft KMTl kkC huaTlt. eold
nr em haiirrd. M.ejrr loel or r.n,n
aaorrd al .niihaal c.ai Prrr aed Tk.rd aia.
FiiR KAt.R V.IJ A81.lt r-ATCar l
pneiaral "a IWii'm Nne n.nlm
aur aikia 4. Haaauuia M-. riieoa.
-. premrvee nrr aaj nae: l. ril a.4tMalare
affiria aHr J. t ALatK. Ureaaor
WNT.1-.KN ri I M tX or TLalV IIAK
iiriu ra: lurai.lMd fro.t rooa. Imv.uad
W kNTED AMTI lTluM KK iNI t.lfcL
a ImTm Hail, n k.. t l.aol. taalar-
hua Alt. leaneii 111.
Th Ber 1 vti 1 it. ...
. . .... n - ... ...i av-a l.iaoo roentf.
Addfae." ll.aac L:irmn 10 . v. 1. w..
WAXTF.tl-MirAULK rtKIV T LK HS
oor tHi.ian. ait ira.ri I. : irraua ar
Awrnoac; mmJj ii!m, ca.1 afu-raw r
erealns alf-oroaMfvial LotrL. u tf
WANTED-Ae a-ne Trrli; wlraa to
Mb a rmmi harnl ear MfraaadM to
.hdiiiiI. -! re aad etaee iou
" ao.eeoorflor 1 -1 .7 H a.Uvctoa M .Chica(
c MIRE BROS.
Cooler wralhrr at bacd Jaat saowga caul ta tw
aniad oca of taa eoMcr dars to coaas. Ws vraat ks
snptaly yw aa4s U coU wsstaaTsoda. stay a jew
UNDERWEAR. If yoa mmr nana yoanjalf fcav
about Us child resT Call sad tMpaot oor Itara la
white, acariot aad aaiaral. Wa ooalo' aassa ajtoaa aa
ssvevaJ liao bat voa vsifl kaow rnmck man mt tkaar
ala wava. yow aa tbrsa. Wa ara aara TO srtfl af
peeelau low priors.
CLOAKS Havs yoa seen oar Ua of
A vfctt to this depart nasal will repav T- Ploaia -plala
aad other effect from 4 rear to It faars.
Taa best Ulaf shoal taa who) array of eaiVlroo -aad
masses cloaks ta that lev eoat aa Utdo saowry Cfe
sessoa. Real atartl at saaall ooat. Brtaf tik oaildr
Mors a bast lad tea' cloaks wbea ws asva tas saooa.
Is ths meaa tiro pay a vkrit lo tba ladios' dpartaeaU
Doa't foi fat oar blaokat tVpaifisi. Whit baarla
at 6le a pair. Orvy alaakot at f 1.19 a pair. Sot
para Australia wool, of eoars ao. bat toey w01 aaa
yoa warm. Lou of bolter oars. Taa osfbt ta aaa
oor 2 50 II woe I scarlet blanket.
Rock Island. Illinois.
CLEMANN & SALZLIANN,
Furniture and Carpet Dealers
Hav th larg t asubUshmest Wast of Cleajra,
DONT KORQET TOE PLACE.
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Noa. 121, HQ and 128 81xU-bi1j Street,
mci aruairio causa taa twb sTara taw.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, XLIo.
OpeadaLf freasa aa aad Sataraaf a.aaliaia fa 7 la taaaot.
Fir pero-nt Intaraat pal J oa Dopia. Moaoy loaaod oa Poraoaal,Ce4.
Utor al. or Roal E atata Sooorlty
I f UTKIUH r-a. f C DIHSAtl. foraa J. u. aCPUKO. Chahtav.
PUal Vwra a f -r43a. 9 C Orvtoar. imm. Omhaafa C f. UU.
t J lUaaera. L . a W Hatat. J. aafeaa.
tsr-a III aena la" , bbm, aad wis
S1.U1 ara haak W eanairtea.
Narrow Escape from Fire !
Rot frtcas want Jjwn to meet lha wants of ovory ooo orlaaladr lo ksv
WANTIIl-A t LA ' K l A flUVaTt
'ai'f 1 a naa aed kl. aifr; the le
a rt.iy a. qua atrd a iih ihe iim laooatal
ti Ihe care of u 11,1 ihr w-iaaea I. a turn-
1' - -.-ver. renraarre rr.ra.
WANTED. -A LAI.T To MA!SAa A
Braa.a oSVe. al htrowa aa. t tk. v..
aoaa rrauMnc traB-e tuia ; a eniii
efportcaitr: a.d-. auk taaip. The Irr.t'uoa-
imi,ir,Ku.ii prn a inc.
SALEltUfCN WANTkt. 1M M.LL NCkKKKt
uxa. MiaaiM. amuMi .... ...
!. or conuBieTCoa fme mm
eare aeceaaarr. ot21 fre.. Win fae i.i.i
... . 11' - ar.n iu . anrri
Haceeetrr. M. V.
WAKTCl-4.BNKKL TATB AUSXT Ta
otojo he.Uaanere In ew. anaripal !.
aaeef laeiiemr.trol f snr ha.iaeee aad aj.
point kiral aad .ab.au ta eeerr cite rathe
tate: rwdaaell a-.oon.etai.ea. .-r. la am.
eenai raaaao. aad Bar a a.l renSt a SB to V.
ereeat A44re Ttia I'MgJi O'kfKT
t4 Bruadaar. Nta Tora. aa "
LCasaR Lt'MBSRTAao w.ixaatB or
at) paan. ru wtitr M.ali reaoiawrt ta
the reamer -arde of Okco a. from 1 M o
aa.rdajoa aa. ka-k la ueraa U a. L
HuuFtH aerr uT of the (Yi.i Lashrr
a-d Dealer. Awlat.oa. r,. aie t.aWt af
CaaiBrre. . IL rurarr iMmi aad amrioa
J. . BtTkHLIV,
A TTO KM T AT LAW-Bee ak J. a
JAdMW A ULtr.
ATTURWETSATLAW. fflee fa Kar lelaad
hauuaal aaa auldiac. hVea '- -11. la.
c L. nun.
ITfiRSlTB AND O.CMUlM AT LAW
tcaua aa swarebaa'. rla, hvoa laiaaa. lu.
XtEMBT A MtEMKl,
imiinin at UT-Uaa aa.ai 1 rod
, . mwiiF, eu, wuaua I'Mw, a,.a.
eu A Lr
THE 111 l LT AKfclv
SALE BVStT ITIilltil OnaxAea s
rmam r re eaie aee ej .
VUS. CITHEKIXIRD A KI TLEK,
I'RADrATE-orTrlS TaKK VBTBaa a
IJr, co rr. Veuaarr rti.'aH aaa 1 ,11
traw. T.aaWl a Ltwwrj h r - ueea
Aavre. Baaerr. saarar aaoara
Lloyd Ci Stewart.
Ta a.n ear Mods he oaaaale la wVdnoale aad re-
tailtraae. We are the aanreet anaafectareee la
earcac. uaere. aaiar. aoet. t l I eaoV
t""- aaef ad.eared lor rifn, adrertioied;
ete. frfmai aMreoe
csa raSBLAb aa. CO . Ckdura, ix
SSaaecoae re aeenee tho aes S 4aa
aa Bacreaaad rarad a a, aaa.
Ba. KH. UU aad taia, Tklrd Ara,
la Oat rknam aaaro ra Oiaavaary aa haf car-
OIL CLOTHS. SHADES. DRAPERY, Etc
PRICES IN PLAIN FIGURES-
KANN & HTJCKSTAEDT,
No. 1911 aaj 131J Second avcau.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER
Rrmovexl to 219 8TentDLh Street
Fid LaJirt' Pin Par ia all to aow styles aa4 pottera.
Pur Lad its' Pia party SI ; peers is new and catohy aLodea.
Por Mea'a Patent Leather. Cor Jut aa aad Praoch Ca-f ia aew fO at)a.
STABY, BERQER t S1TILL,
SeroaJ and Uarrisoa S's Saocossirs lo O. K. &sssldt, tSwoporV
1VL EL MURRTJS",
Choice Family Groceries
Ctw. Third ava a aad Toaoty-Crat Bt, Rosa Ialaad.
A Sroleloeeewkof Cravaraia that W1M a. aa4 at tewaat Beat t aewaa. - - -
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
KTea aaae aaa ava a. the heat suaae at the lo
SIo. tA PifU Aaiaaa. ROCC 1ALAXD
sewa. A Hen af 1
Buy a Pair of
FOR WET WEATHER.
TLQrrlatLla Boot fca ft
patdrnt llAlac wiJch la a. oy
Aiad Waterproof; tntrtA ta much
a zoAimer aa to tnak both front
Die Riven Gloss Dreuinj. btxkaUoittteJj
the test fur Ldjcs aboes. New "Wat eiP K0 f.
axaiea, cracu aor in;rrt um acatan.
Try a Uxxl aad be conviiaccd.
-Fine Boots and SIiosd,
tttt iM Ave a.
aiiaan i s s.
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