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A Tidal Wave.
, t,M all stvles. all colors and
F blanks go o sale on Mnday
at Zinc eni-u-
i remarkable purchase just consu
tVd Nothinn wrong, no old styles,
11 .hd wr newest, latest shapes
v ma'kft An ncciueuiat unrain
K,swe are constantly finding by
I jon tin- .r"
lot of new Millinery this -week
i, .h we 1,11 out at fraction of
''vi'iif. Aiii"ii the rest are a lot of
.harmi" '' Lailies and Misses Nel
v f;t.:1 Bvei-7.e, Clipper and other
u v'C." worth 7flc. worth 87 l-2c
h ! i'". worth $1.25. worth
yVii A!! f" '''e one price 25o, E5c
p' 1 v.' ever hear of the like?
rn vi '.r'h $1.66 for 2ftc.
r.n ivirni ? l iJ iur
r:h $1 00 for 25o,
All. All. All 25c.
t h t-1 . 1 of n. w Hory jnt rosily fur sale,
t !ii iv P,cial;jr di-slnms of bavin
An curly iupciL-tlun is advised.
1713. 1714, 1716. 1718.
-Bought At Sheriffs Sale-
THE STOCK OF
Alexson & Ulmark
OF MOLINE, AT
Per Cent on the Dollar.
V will bring this stock to our etoies this week. They
ha l h 3,000 of Stationary, Blank Books, PJosU Gcods
Novels and Sporting Goods, which we will close out at
Ihss than manufactnrer'a prices.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1703 and 1705 Second Avenue.
A. J. SIV1ITH & SON,
f i Is una rtipi.te with Novelties. Call and compare oar stock and prica.
A. J. SMITH Sc SON,
anl 127 Went Third Street. Oon. Masonic Temple, DAVENPORT.
if n- jct.;.i(np--rsnc
-WALL PAPER COMPANY-
312, 314 Twentieth St.,
Ami Postoflic Block, Moline. E0CK ISLAND.
FINE WALL PAPER Exclusive airents for the roll'iwlnz six larpeit Wall Paper
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KK i'I'k 1'KCIAl.S-WUIcb includes all tbe Art papers. Prites from 10 to SO per rent
" o-her dealer
Howard Watches, Imported Watches,
H. D. FOLSOM.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Syrupy
Acts'quickly, is perfectly safejand never fails to cure all Lung troubles.
Medicin known for all Kidney. Lung aDdfSto&uch troubles, is
Thomas Kidney and Liver Pills.
6c a Bottle Samples free.
A Real Bonanza!
1 600 yards of novelty dress serire I
wide double fold in plaids, stripes and
mixtures at 41 i -ao a yard.
STATE STREET PRICE 16 l-2o.
Chicago may have the World's Fair
all right but they don t sell dry goods
as cheap as you can find them in Rook
Several tons of fresh bargains will be
opened on Monday.
Canton Flannel, Bed Blankets, tick-
Jugs and domestics generally.
we propose naming some very in
teresting prices on a great many new
and desirable goods which we place on
sale this week as early as we can get
them checked off and ready for the
comprising several drive which would be hud
alt our 1 rluuila y.i some of these choice bar-
1720 and 1723 Hkcontj Avkntjk.
W: - i '-
10c, 25c and 50c Bottles.
jC I 111
Congressman Cable and
Gord on H onored .
ereaadea at Tki. u n .
"lake Brief Keaarki-Lut .....
Prerraal.a aaa Jamie.
The democracy and Itaeir friends had
their jubileeover the triumph, in the Elev
enth congressional diet! ict. and Ilock Is-
and county last nichL and the aff.tr ...
in ever? sens .hi i. j. i j
. . . . N UCII1CU Ml
mate it- an outpourloK of eot lualaim
and joy, without being boigterw or or
fensivelr dmonstrakive. The proces
sion formed on court house squarj as per
arrangement at 7:H0 o'clock, and healed
bv the Moline Light Guard band, pro
ceeded Are hundred
torches to the rosidonce of Conereasman-
electBen T. Cable, on Molina ,.
The band led the wsy into the spacious
grounds, the crowd swarming: ia ani
giving rent to their joy all the while
in shouts of "(If in
bltl" -Hurrah, for Cable!" etc As the
multitude approachod the house, Mr. Ca
ble came out on the door step and shook
hands with as many as he could get with
In reach of. The band played s triumph,
al air, at the conclusion of which, at the
suggestion of Sheriff 8ilvis, thn e cheers
were given for Congressman Cuble. The
compliment was gracefully acknowledged
by Mr. Cable, who. In returning his
thanks Tor the good will expn ssed, re
viewed britfltbe results of the election
which had been such a signal triumph for
tbe democracy all over this cou ntry . He
touched upon ihe high tariff policy and
republican rule at Washington a respon
sible for the democratic victories on
Tut-sday last. He believed, too. that
with the ercat majority which the party
would have in the next house together
with the gain of eight senators in the up
per bouse which with the disaffected
ones holding over, he thought would
be sufficient to modify at least the mott
oppressive and objectionable features cf
the McKinley hill. Referring to Mr. Gett
In this connection, Mr. Cable said he bad
been a conscientous worker, I ut had had
the misfortune to believe the people de
sired higher taxes and in consequence was
caught in the storm of popular disap
proval and went down wit'j hosts of
others. Mr. Cable also spoke of his grat
iflcation at the gains made bj the democ
racy not only in carrying e?ery ward in
the city, but in carrvine the rountv nf
R ck Iahnd foi the drtt tine in forty
years on a national issue. Ia conclusion
be again t banked his friends for their
compliment and invited them into the
house. Sheriff Silvia, as spokesman, de
c-Hoed as be said tbe sheriff tlect had yet
to be given a call, and after at Mr. John
Oiilweiltrs suggestion, threw more cheers
were given for tbe congrsssman-elect,
the march was taken up do n town, Mr.
Cable accompanying the enthusiastic
Reaching the home of Sheriff-elect
Gordon, on Market square, the band
played a joyous selection, tbs sheriff
came out and was greeted with cheers.
and in response to cries for a speech.
simply said that the democrats, while
they hud every reason for rejoicing.
should not be too hard on tbe vanquished
party. He returned thiinks for the
greeting, and assured those who had
placed their confidence id him that he
would leave tbe office it sheriff with
clean hands just as be took it up
The crowd again cbee-ed tbe sheriff-
elec; . and then dispersed.
The Vrk o ihr Canal.
The orders received by Engineer
Wheeler in charge of the Hennepin canal
suivey at Milan, convey l be information
that Capt. Marshall's rr commendations
have met with the approval of tbe secre
tary of war, and &No established Milan
hi headquarters of the western terminus
of the Hennepin. Col. Wheeler stated
that no difficulty w II be experienced in
obtaining the necessary right of way. In
quiries all along the proiosed line of tbe
canal have shown this. He will com'
mence tbe making of surveys and esti
mates at once, locating the positions of
locks and dams, fixing grades, and ar
ranging all preliminary work so that tbe
work of building can be commenced
early in the spring.
ThSBlis t-'roaa Itr.SJable.
Mr. Ben T. Cable desires to return bis
warmest thanks to the young ladies and
gentlemen connected wiih the recent St.
Joseph's fair for the ' costly umbrella.
snitably engraved, which they presented
him, as well as for the kindness which
prompted the action. He regrets being
ine away from home ut the time the
youg people called, and takes this oppor
tunity of making known bis appreciation
The umbrella, it will b: remembered. was
voted to Mr. Cable dur ng the campaign
as the most popular candidate for con
gress, the contest lasting several nights.
The Htuart Theatre company gave as
tbe opening performance of its weeks
engagement at Harper's theatre last even
ing, the successful five-act drama, "Toe
j Iron Master." Miss LI ah Stuart appeared
to excellent advantage as "Claire de
Beaulieu," and evinced the possession of
strong emotional and dramatic powers,
The support was clever, and the entire
production gave satisfaction. Tonight
the company appears in "Tbe Little
Castaway," and shot Id be greeted by a
The Verne Swain vas in aud out of
Tbe Wett Bimbo came down from Ls
Claire and returned.
Tbe Bart E. Linebitn came down with
fourteen strings of l"gs.
Tbe atsge of tbe ater at the bridge at
noon was 2:90; the temperature 43.
The government I ghl house boat LU)
was at the levee yererday afternoon and
Capt. Crapater came on shore and had a
hand shake with many of his warm fri inds
In Rock Island.
Brlcca Is tbe Maa.
8heriff elect Qori on tendered to U. M
Briggs this morning the position of deputy
aberiS. Owing to ausiness intaresta that
require his attentlo n Mr. Briggs could not
at tha present adept, and Mr. H. .
Casteel wtll be apt olnted deputy sheriff
until such time as Mr. Btigga can ar
range to assume ti e duties of the offloe.
"Men ae but children of a lareer
I growth." and tbe;r fret and fume toss
and suffer, and tsf all manner of ugly
things, before the;' tend out for Salvation
THE ROCK ISLAND
A GKNSR0U3 DEKD.
The election being over then era be no
need now of doing anything for effect on
the part of either candidate, successful or
defeated. As a further evidence of Mr.
Cable's goodness of heart, however, the
following clipped from the Moline Dii
patch will he read with interest by demo
crat and repabHcin alike, as well as by
taint or sinner:
Congressman-elect Ben T. Cable is
deserving of credit for a nice thing be
did in Moline on Saturday. He called on
Charles Creuii, the defeated candidate
for county clerk, who has been ill for a
couple of weeks past, and showed his
sympathy in a substantial manner, writ
ing a check for f 30, giving It to Mr.
Creutz, and telling him to call on him If
he needed further help. Mr. Creutz is a
well to-do young man of considerable
ability, and might well have been chosen
county clerk at such an election as the
one inst held, had the republic-ma had a
less populir candidate than Col. Kohler
Ordinarily he would not have received
such a present as tbe one referred to
above, but bis Illness and consequent
loss of lime, as well perhaps as tbe loss
of the sum of monev for which he
was taxed as his portion of the
campaign fund, amply justified him in
doing so now. For such an act Ben T.
Cable is deserving of due credit.
THK ELECTRIC INJUNCTION.
The IVtrphaae t'osapaay Claim (hat
laapeda the Helaara Myaatratr All
Will be Kibi la sFrw Daya.
We have no desire to antagonize or
deter the Holmes syndicate in its electric
equipment,'' said Manager Bartlett, of the
Tri city Te'ephone exchange, yesterday
afternoon, when questioned by an A Rots
representative as to the motive of the in,
junction secured by tbe telephone com-.
pany as heretofore described. "Tbe in
junction does not apply to the Holmes
syndicate," Mr. Bartlett continued. "We
have had no trouble whatever with the
street Car people, and don't cxrxcito
have any. We have always gotten along
ilh them nlc ly. but thecontractors who
are pitting in tie elect 1c poles and
wires have not shown a proper regard for
our interests, .and all we want is to
prevent them going too far until we hare
an nndersiandiog which will be mutua'ly
advantsgeovs to all. We havo no ohj
tlon to their use of our poles nor have e
any objection to tbe erection of addition
al poles where becessary. All we say is
mat wnere our poles can be used on one
side of the street and and ther is no ne
cessity of erecting more other than those
opposite here and there, that this should
be done. We don't ask a nickel for tbe
use of our poles either. We only say
don't put any more than is necessary .but
we will not stand in the way of those
that are neccsatry. That is our position.
and I don't apprehend that there will be
any trouble in coming to an understand
ing as to oar joint interests. There cer
tainly will not as far as the HMmes syn
dicate is concerned."
Spicacb and lettuce at May's.
"Tbe Castaway" at the theatre ton i lit
Mr. A. L. Saver, of Rural, was in tbe
Judge Wilkinson's condition is tbe sane
as reported yesterday.
Ez-Supcrvisor H. O Norton, of Hamp
ton, was in the city today.
Mr. Benjamin Fountain, of E'ging-
ton, was in the city todav.
Try a can of Vermont maple svrup put
up especially for May's grocery.
A five year old boy. named Westlev
Hopkins, living In South Moline died of
diphtheria this morning.
The carpenters and joiners are to have
a ball on the evening of Noy. 21. with
supper at Crown dining ball.
There will be services at the Aiken
street school house at 7:30 this evening:
preaching by the Rev. J no. H. Kerr.
Mrs. Milton Jones gives a concert to
night at Trinity church, Iavenpoit A
large number from tbis city will probab
Pboeniz boss company No. 1 will htve
their annual ball on the evening of Nov
15. Supper will be seived at the Crown
Tbe case of Dr. Palmer, the magnetic
healer, against Nicholas Wildermutb, of
MOiine. nas been postponed until text
Friday before Magistrate Wivill.
Tbe first money on tbe actusl work of
the Hennepin canal was paid out today
it was in the way of a check on th
treasury of the Unitsd States for t'1.15
for freight charges on some implements
Tbe Davenport Business Men's asao
cintion at its meeting last evening adopted
resolutions favoring the Sunday closing
reiorm ana aiso me lormaiion or a Dav
enport Carnival association for tbe con
tinuation of such brilliant dUplavs a
those of 1886-90.
Mai. Buford, of Rock Inland, who
serven as a soldier for three yesrs under
Gen. Palmer, stopped over In Springfield
yesieraay on nja way to tbe south to con
gratuiate his old commander upon bis en
dorsement by the people of the state for
Lolled States senator. Springfield Eta
A team belonging to Benson, tbe hav
dealer, ran away on Second avenue this
alter noon, plunging 'gainst another team
on lis way and pursuing its course until
cne of the horses fell, without doing any
material injury. Tbe owner, or driver or
somebody should do something with this
team and prevent tbe frequent running
away wnicn it indulges in.
two lormer kock island railroad men
nave been beard irom on tbe road to
honor and fame. L. E Johnson, former
superintended of tbe Rock Inland and
St. Louis division, has resigned his posi
tion as superintendent of tbe Chicago di
vision of tbe same road to accept a posi
tion with the Great Northern road, and
P. H. Houlihan comes over from tbe
St Joe to take Mr. Johnson. s place. Tbe
Q keeps track of its old officials and lets
no opportunity slip to get them back.
Tbs Oreal KaJ wity
Of cases of scrofula and other blood dis
eases ate hereditary, aad therefore, diffi
cult to cure. Bat we wish to state ia tbe
most positive, emphatic manner that
Hood s Barsaparilla does cure scrofula In
every form. The most severe cases too
terrible for description have yielded to
this medicine when all others failed. If
you suffer from impure blood in any way
tafce Uooa s sarsaparllla.
$50,000 to loan on real estate aecoritr.
in sums of 200 and upward, at lowest
current rates of Interest, without com
mission. E. W. Hurst, Attorney at
law. Rock Island. - '
Mew Spirit: Was that a very bad man
you just turned a wsyT St. Peter: No;
bis record ia good enough; but he's been
the head maa in a small town all his life,
and I know there'll be bo living with him
Tbe high price of toe provokes so many
joke that you will find an ice wag-on
near y every paper. ;
Ominous. Actor to prompter: When
does my cne come? Directly; don't you
hear the audience ant already beginning
MUST PROVE HIS TITLE.
Wj C. Collins' Claim to a aKi!a
a Mia Elertioa TalUt-Aa later!.
K tratloa Arlaea Over aa.rrt
ta Ossi Miassse Elaa A M after a la
An eff rt mas made last nlht by a
number of sore headed memlers of the
g. o. p. to spring a technical question as
to tbe eligibility of the title to a seat in tbe
legislature of Geo. W. Vinton, dem
ocratic member -t 1-wt from Moline on tbe
ground that he had not been a resident
of the Twentynrst district the nectsiary
time to qualify him The constitution of
ilie cute providis that "no person shall
be a senator or a representatiye who shall
not be a citizen of the United 8ialea and
who shall not have been for Ore years a
resident of this state and for two ytsrs
neit preceding hia eliction, a resident
within the territory fo ming tbe diitrkt
from which be Is elected "
The point raised as against Mr. Vintoa
was that he did not return to Moline from
Burlington, Iowa, within the time re
quired by law to eatllle him to his scat.
but investigation disclose tbe fact that
Mr. Vinton came back in February. 138 .
and ls, therefore, in every way eligible lo
But the investigation as to the appli
cation of the law to Mr. V:ntin devtU
oped into a disastrous boomeran; to Ihe
party in which Ihe question was
raised. It was this: Is W. C. Collins
qualified to go to the legist ttitre under
the lawT Collins spent his vouth in
Rock Island and five years ago when so
msny Rock Inland cilirens were stricken
with the Kansas fever and turned Ibelr
harks on R rk Island, Collins went with
lliem ll cist his lot at R ish Centre.
and for a year and a half lived
there and at Hutchinson, coining batk
to Rock Island, however, for bil
hri.le. but reluming to Kansas as Lis
adopted borne. He was one of tbe mott
en huxiastic of Ihe Kansas boomers, and
one would have thoushl lo bave talked
with him on his occasional visits to K,xk
Is'and that thrm was no place under tbe
stars like Kansas. Ho took a great in
irresi in me new country, there is to
doubt about that, and they do sav that
when a county scat war arose out there
that Collins expressed his preference and
it was quite marked at tbe polls and by
means of tbe ballot. Collins, however.
came back to Rock Islaod three and a half
years ago, and he now claims that this
city was always his home. To an Antics
reporter this mom in? he said that he hsd
always considered Rork Island his borne.
that be had merely resided in Kansas be
cause of business requirements, and had
never voted there, nor anywhere hut here.
Tbe case is one which viewed in any
light involves a grave q t s'ion of doubt
as to Mr. Collins' eligibility to the office
even In view of his own statement of the
case. Tne Akocs does not believe that
he can legally claim the seat he covets
and that he certainly should no: be given
it as long as there Is a possible doubt and
until Collies' title has been proven ckar.
The matter has caused a great deal of
comment today, as it involves not onlv
the validity of Hr.Collins' cla'ms to a voice
in our legislative halls, but it is just prob
able that it may cut some figure in tbe
selec'ion nf the next United States sen
ator from Illinois
If Mr. Collins is not eligible, Mr J. A.
Wilson ought to be entitled Ut his seal
that is a question for tbe house of re pre
scntalives nf the general assembly t de
cide. S'oaatr ssaliataa-a.
Nor. B N 1'bileo. et al. hr mas'er
tot. A t'hu'oo, part of sw, IS, 19 ;
W A Paul to A lair Pleasants, luts 3
and 3. block lt, town of 8ats. 1.
B an Kirkhore bv sbfrifl to S Y
WbelKk. part of lt 17. Wood's tbiril
adilition to Molioe. jiNI.
t 8 Moors to Oeoree Hrhsf r. wto fprt
lot . lilooK I. old loan of llnt k UUiiil
Nov. 7 Estate of John S Binar.l:
final report of administrator fllnl, and
order nisi approving same by D-c. 1, and
Hat administrator nonrv beirs br m r-
Estate of P C Killing; final report of
executrix nied and approved; eft ate
closed and executrix Ciscb arced.
8 fciUte of Geo L Almauist: L'uard-
lin s report nied and approved.
Uuardiansbip of R PC WtH Hattie
A Webster; petition bv cuardian for
leave to s -ll real estae of said Ward's
Jor. 7 Micbail Sohuesler to Wil
liara Schuessler. part of Del nt-1. and n
1 d. 15. 18. 4. 93.1100.
O at Hult to Andrew Prihere. part of
lot 17. block II. Andrew Fribtrg's add I
lion in Moline, 91.
r . A. Landee to Andrew Fribcr. part
or lot 1R. block II. Andrew Fnlierg s ad
dition to Molir.e. $riS7.
Kate Kauffman lo Nels Ludviirson.part
of lot 19. 2, 17. 2 sr. Sarah J. Aiken's sub
division, f 1.11)0.
Oysters at Erell & Math's.
The Hotel Gordon is now fur sale.
Cook wanted At 749 Elm street.
Go to Holbrook's. Davenport, for car
pets ana sua curtains.
If you want the best uarior huaineaa
buy tbe Hotel Gordon.
Send your friends Ut Krell Jc Math's
for a dish or can ot fresh oysters.
Call and see tbe band-carved bed room
suites at Holbrook's. Davenport.
Parlor suites and faocr chairs of everv
description at Holbrook's. Davenport.
Ice cream always on hand and aerveJ
oy uie dish all winter at Krell Jt Math's
A handsome line of book cases and
cabinets fust received at Holbrook's, Dav
An elegant assortment of dinlna? tables.
chairs and bat racks at Holbrook's. Dav
When yon want a nice dish of fresh
oystara step in to Krell A Math's and or.
der them np In any style.
Auama, lue creait man. is stiowincr a
3 . ... .
be tut if ul line of fall patterns in carneta.
Call and see him. 32 Brady street, Day-
The Crown dining ball. No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue. Is now ready to furnish ion
mo orsi uau in we cny lor 21 cents. A.
a. jonnson, proprietor.
Don't miss seeing t ur fall stork of in
grain carpets. We make a specialty of
AcKora, tbe new weave. The Adams,
Vii Brady sirert. Davenport.
Bear in mind we do not quit making Ice
cream when cold weather seta in. and yoa
can get it in any quantity In the coldest
weather. Remember Krell ft Math's and
get tbe best.
Save big money by baying your furni
ture, carpeta, ou cloth and draperies at
the C. F. Adams' Home-Furnishing
uouse, azt uraoy street, Liavenport.
"I want ally-money." aaid tbe wife of a
bowllng-aalooa keeper, when aha sued him
NOVEMBER 11. lx0
All Tats Wack
We give stMM-ial prires tin al goods ia
our line. It will pay voit lotmovrr.
W e promise to save you money.
Thk UAVBxroaT 8noa Co .
Cor. Brady and Second street,
Bare caal Market.
Best QUalitv Aathracila coal, all aiira
17.23 per ton. acrecnai and delivered.
23c per ton discount for cash. Can eel
coal for gratis, blacksmiths' coal, coke
and charcoal always on hand.
E. o. FaAzaa.
Beware. Do not In your dragfist
palm off on you any new, cheap reined?
for colds when you Inquire for lr. Bull's
Cough 8yrup or yon wilt be disappointed.
Pi ice 23 cents a bottle.
Briefless, (a young lawyer): Well. I'll
be hanged! Old Practitioner: I woaldol
be surprised that Is. If yon defend sour-
Save the boys and the - girls from scro
fula and other forma of impure Mood bv
giving them Hood's Sarsapanlla.
Tbe lawyer is the oolf man who is im
proved by a code la bis he ail.
J. S. Xostimi, ... Manager.
MONDAY, NOV., 10th.
TnB TALSJtTED ACTCSS
Uur t laim to
THE FINEST WAKPRoalt.
Tni UK-'1 AHTITM.
Tllb .KKrKT PI.V.
"Piwirtii "? telr r n
SVht KB llRSMAtlr tn.
A, knoa Mm! br thr irs snd M:k 1 1 Us tl
i'rnii it r (i.i ) Itial rr Sinar-d al afmiar
This ark Itnrk Island Iwnnlr ran
Sfftlt-S Of ,ie -.Tf"fBSIirs lor tb.
low pnen ttt
l'l.) ANUIH Kl
NOTE Th rosmmrsuf Lllsh Mnsrt ar a ar. Is
ot l aiT. and arc dlnt (mm U ..rU, s ut fans
ana .-xcw inra.
IOO Years A.jjo
Fropl. dida't ciprct to rraJ miKh. aiatrr evra
trigs, sod lamps air a lus.rv rrrrrbwlr didat
Now, at tore ettcht ir.lo day. aaJcrrrstkf has
lama; tut a GOOD lamp Is st II a laturr, hkk
cTrryhoily ilnesii'l hsre.
1 wish you'd csll sn4 sc. th
LITTLE JEWEL LAMP;
iinrthlm rrally new, and tb. prcttlrst and tx st
JL 60 candle pnwrr, S asaal sine, nkk.l
piatca. and so nn-lal and chr?, that rrprynnr i
ODi;bl In bave It.
G. M. LOOS LEY
Ul A AND GLASS,
la Stcoad Arrua.
" W. C. MAUCKER,
UsMb( urch-.si-d tti.
Property srlikh b. has aal trlti.d fjr tb k-i.
t.l t-aiarss. Is ar pratarrd to atum
nndat. tranlrni garsia.
Day and Regular Boarding
at rrry rraoaahlr prim.
He la slsat,(sgrd la tb.
t tbe lime pftc vtth cbclc lot of Crare?fi..
HORST VON KCECKRITZ. Pbartpartrt
Puatairnoxs a SranaiTT.
Fourth Ave. and Twenty-Third St.
. O O
-ut seas or
$200.00 and Upwards
For iale, secured oa land worth from
three to Are times the amoaat
of the loan.
lotaraat T Bar swat asaJ aaaaallw. mlLil ...
rwaiiiiao aia. os caarf a
E. W. DURST,
Attorjtkt at Law
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ATTORNEY AT LA . OSr la Hark lalaast
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ATTORXETS AND OurN'MtLtSiR AT LAW
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umsa la r-luar. atatS.
TUE DULY IKl.lv
FOR SALE BVEHY EVtMXU at taasi4aa'a
Bras hlmui. Fl cms r c.y.
VHS. Kl'TIIERI-UKD A MfLER.
J RADt'ATE OF TH E 11XTAKIO VETEHNA
r eullrrr. Vrtiar Ptir-l.i.s n. ar(aa.
'"au s bisvry sisimt; tuwoaar : usat
asirra asarry. aiararl sqaarc.
To a.n aar rnnJa k asmpl. 10 akoaaaJ. u4 t-
aail trao.. V. mr lb. Uttms a.aa.rartar.rs ta
oar lis. Uhcral nlan sal4.
swsm aaraacaa fur sracra. aassrua.
CBIIESIIA. UtO CO . takara, IU.
SO awront rmlacilaa rnrta. arxt SS days
oa Barjwaaaa Cptibf H a eaa.
aa. UIO. Ids aaa tela, Tfcira Ai.
Ia ta. chapMSasar.lathacaM.aryiaaayCar-
'r snifa, raiata, saia, tic.
L ii- ,
W maka two special offering
1. Double Fold Dress
la a vaiietr of hadea and mix
A surprisingly low urioe fnr ffrt
Hock Island Illinois.
Hare ta. laxf.at aatabMahmaat Waat arCbSaaac.
DOsNT KOItQET TOE PLACE.
CLEFilANN & SALZMAUrj.
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nu. ui, l .oj 2j sIik-dUi Stmt,
ROCK ISLAND, rrj
OfMaif Mti a ftp aa,aaSsWarrsaurMtl.a.'atast
nrsparcrct lot.r.st palioaDrposlts. Moaay ka4 oa Par aoaaH Col
lateral, or Ral Estata Saoart!
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Thoroughly Good Millinery
aaJoabtadly pror.a Bach ob.apaat la
Tta rapatattoa which we have .a
tabUshd for keeping the beat aod latest
style mUIinary la tha city, la amly sp
held by EVERT HAT AND BOX NET
SHOWN- There ia a distinctive FIT
and STYLE and aa ELEGANCE of
FINISH about oar mUUaary whioh' is
due entirely to the soperlority ta tha
making. Oar DESIGNS are ORIGI
NAL a&J rRIYATE to oaraelTet. aal
thara-fura. caaaot be dapUeat.4 with
the fashionable effect.
MRS. P. GREENAWALT
1704 SECOND AVENUE.
Narrow Escape from Fire!
B at prices went down La saee&he w ante of arvatry oa. wlahiag to bar
OIL CLOTHS, SHADES, DRAPERY, Etc.
PRICE3 IM PLAIN FIGURES.
1811 aa l ISIS hWoad avaaoa.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER,
-Removed to 21 9 SeTentotnih 8tr?t
Use Raven Gtoss Dressing,
the teat for UJ.es' aboe. Never
scales, cracks nor injures the lcalLct.
Try a bottle anJ be convinced.
Sit Ptfia Aveaue.
2. Wool 8nltlncs, da laches
wide, plain shades at
Yon harent seen their eqnaJ for
anywhere near 25c
If vow art a aweary saver ye trffl to
vraVifala. ft wf3 aay yoa ta lake e
glance Uroort eer
CLOAK, UNDERTEAB. .
CarpetDealers T ; ; f
raa ran arara taw.
iwtisi., 1. Osw.ra o r. Lra.
" -iu ataaa.ii a uaa.
Buy a Pair of
Warranted FOR WET WEATHER.
Tha upper in this Boot has a
Patent lining, which 1 Add, OQ
and Waterproof; InaertaU lnrach
a TfinnsT aa to maka both front
! 1 ' f
r Druggist, Bock Island.
1 011 to can their it aamatism.
1811 Second Arraua,
to Biaar .