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r.lt Hats, all styles, all colors and
blacks go on sale on Monday
A remarkable purchase just consu
lted. Nothing wrong, no old styles,
h t all the very newest, latest shapes
i. the market An accidental bargain
"'hssOT are constantly finding by
Mint on the alert, by keeping our eyes
A lot of new Millinery this week
ch we shall let out at a fraction of
'value. Among the rest are a lot of
! f bargains in Ladles and Misses Nel
,,' Biy. Sea Breeze, Clipper and ether
Loy Caps, worth 75o, worth 87 l-2c.
worth $100. worth $1.25. worth
1.50 All go atlthe one price SSc. S5c
tsa Did you ever hear of the like?
Caps'orth $ 1 60 for 25-
Caps worth $ 1 .25 for 25c-
Caps worth $ 1 00 for 25o,
All. All, All 25o.
A t. l..t "f 'w".r J" reaily for Kile, comprlln!, .vri,l drive whira ..nl.i h. i. i
t0 hni We re e.pclHy dr.imim of havln. all our friJuila J ,.,m ,T VkL . .b h.M
m. Ati rly Infection i advineil. mcuua aet ...me of ihee .liol- bur-
"13. 17U. 1718. 1718. 1730 and 1722 Second Avknttk.
-Bought At Sheriffs Sale-
THE STOCK OF
Alexson & Ulmark
OF MOLINE, AT
Per Cent on the Dollar.
will bring this stock to our stores this week They
a 3,000 of Stationery. Rlank
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els and Sporting Goods, which we will close ont at
than mannfiictnrer's prices.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1703 at:d 1705 Second Avenue.
.Wholesale Dealers for
Copper-Smithing, Sheet Iron, Gas and
Steam Fitting, Also Sewer work.
BAKER k HOUSMAN,
Opposite Harper House.
Howard Watches, Imported Watches,
H. D. FOLSOM.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Syrupy
Actaqutca.ly, is perfectly safejaod never faila to enre all Luog trouble.
TRY IT. 10c, 25c and 50c Bottles.
Mdictx know tor ill Kidney, Lang ndptomach troubles, it
Thomas Kidney and Liver Pills.
6c a Bottle Sample free.
A Real Bonanza !
1 600 yards of novelty dress saree
wde double fold In plaids, strtpes and
mixtures at 1 1 1 -2c a yard
STATE STREET PRICE 16 l-2c.
.ni lc "ay nave the World's Fair
all right but they don't sell dry goods
IslandaP " yU an flnd ,hem a Rock
Several tons of fresh bargains will be
in tcs and domestics generally
Canton Flannel. Bed Blankets, tick
lngs 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
Drnggiat, Book ItLuid,
j OUR PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
Last Night's Meeting- oi tlw Board
of Ed neat ion.
Bl .h or Kehaal Ma.pl.a Re.
",v " nlAfterthe
Coatrartora of the Sew Bntidiar.
The board of education met In regular
monthly 8e?sion last evening ,11 the mem
bers being present except Capt C. W.
The teachers' c mmittee remrted hav
ing secured the services of Miss Hattie
Darling temporarily to hear the classes at
the Hifch school daily for !15 per month.
As authorized at the last rtcetintr. the
tent book committee reported having pur
chased the following list of aide, all of
which are now in use:
Forty-Qve copies Mooioe's Fifth
Header, thirteen copies "A Healthy
Body. two copies Websfc r"s Interna
tional Dictionary. FeventY.five copies
frtckney's First leader, seventy-rive
copies Stlcknej's Second lteader. and
seventy.flve copies Stickt.ey'a Third
Header, six wall maps, drawing material,
The committee on insuraccn reported
2 0iO additional on the hi!i fehool in
the agency of Ed. Leitvrkntcht 'or five
years from Sept. 13, 1890.
The recommendation of tie committee
on janitors that John Bogue. of No. 2,
be allowed f 35 per month while the build
ings remain detached, was approved to
date from Sept. 1. anj the s tlary of John
Healey. of No. 4. was fixed at f 45 per
The finance committee reported f 4.000
now in the treasury and that maturing
bonds, payment of salaries i.nd estimates
on No. 2 and other expenses, would make
it necessary that the board make early
provision for supplying the treasury with
the necessary " funds. 1 he commit
tec was authorized to e.rure a put
chastr of f 15.000 in five per cent
bonds, interest payable semi-anually and
bonds to run five years frun Dec 15,
II was authorized that thi: schools be
closed from the af ernoon cf Nov. 20 tin
til the following Monday.
The report of Truant I l3cer Kimball
for October showed that sixty-three cases
of absence had been investigated and
twelve not enrolled which ire now in at
tendance. Thirteen truants were ar
rested and returned to tl.eir respective
buddings. The truant officer reports
that he has no knowleiln ot anyone now
of compulsory school age n it enrolled and
The condition of the new building
No. 8 was ili cussed at length and dis
satisfaction expressed at what seems to
be the unnecessary delay ii its construc
tion, thus causing permanent damage to
the walls as w 11 as inconveniencing the
the schools asignrd to the builiing. The
clerk was directed to notify the contrac
tors that unless they com in .-lice slitting the
roof-by the 11. h iuat. the hoard will take
the matter into its own hsnds.
The following bills wen allowed:
Henry Darts' Sons. 90; Hart7. A.
Bahnson, 17.4'i; Will It. Johnson. $1! 4",;
Carl Bet z. S; C. C. Tay or. 85: Sil
ver. Burdetie & Co.. K1; Prang Edu
cational Co., S17.0D; Cjwperthwait &
Co., 13150; Oinn & Co.. $80; Central
School Supply House. $31: 60; Rurlinston
School Fiirtiitiire Cn., 33a 40; Charles
Smith, f 1 50; S. 8. Keml.le, $8.72, John
Coyne. 1 .75; K I. tits Co.. f 1 20;
Stewart & Montgomery, 10 64; Baker A
Housdwd. S4, H. F. Cordes. Site :
Thompson & Dack. $:!2; M.Yerbury.
101 .80; F. Davi, 23 35. E l. Lieber
knech', f 36; Junes K Bishop. (14 44;
R. I. Lumber Co., ?2 2; Wm. Cook. $10;
total. 4S 57.
The two inimeiig..- windows of the Lon
don Clothing corapanj'a store on Second
avenue are these day the subject of much
admiration and delight. Through the ar
tistic skill of Messrs. Leveen and Joseph
both , windows have, undergone entire
transformation, the west, one particularly
having been beautifully and gorgeously
rearranged in a manner that presents a
scene at once beautiful and attractive.
The wax figures represeiling men, wom
en and children are so displayed as to af
ford a view of a beautiful domestic pic
ture true to l.fe, a famil f group assem
bled in a richly appoint ;d drawing room,
each and all being clad, of course, in a
manner which the Loni on alone is cotnr
petent to furnish. Incidental to the pret
ty scene arc other feature 9 such as re
move the stiffneas and give it life and
Take a look at the Iondon'a windows
if you have not already seen them.
The Davenport Dem icrat says:
The Rock Island A Rhus cornea in for a
large share of the honors won by the dem
ocr-ita of the Eleventh Illinois congres
sional district at the lute election. Its
editor. John W. Potter, was one of the
first to suggest Mr. Cable as the right man
to nominate against Mr. Gest. Person
ally and through the paper be woiked
with unusual zeal, first to secure the nom
ination for Mr. Cable, and secondly to
bring abont his election. Newspaper
men know well enough that the hardest
part of the hattie ia won when a good
nomination ia made one that requires no
apology and no explication. While the
democratic principles were of themselves
worthy of triumph, success would hardly
have been possible with a weaker candi
date. Hub and Mward.
The Springfield lit titter says:
The after-election abue and miaiep
resentatinn of Henry Raab, the recently
elected state superintendent of public in
struction, by the Animal youngsters ia
simply infamous. - The personal views,
habits and traits of character generally
of Mr. Raab are sit uerior to those of bit
traducers. And without any disparage
m nt to Dr. Ed wan a, whom we person
ally respect as a bigh-minded christian
gentleman and scholar, it can be truly
aid that he is not. the equal of Henry
Raab as a state suiierintendent. Both
have been tried, and the people have ren
dered their verdict.
"Ual.' l i be ;.
Dalrymple, tbe biise ball player, is fir
ing on the U , JU. b. r. road between
Freeport and Rock Island . Dal. played
with the Milwaukee tesm last season and
did some good worlt. It is highly po Bi
ble that lie will reli e from tbe diamond
and make railroad ng his occupation in
the future, t reepc rt UulUtin.
"Dal." has not made bis first run into
Rock Island jet, bi t it ia probable that
when the former gteat knight of the wil
low comes here as an expert with tbe
shovel tbe ball cranks of the city will go
np and strew the ti-ack in ironl of his en
gine with flowers. :
Why delay in buying yourself an over
coat, when you an get your choice of
sou elegantly trinmed and stylish-made
overcoats at 16. 5C, formerly aold for $9T
uaji eany while at tea are yet complete.
. V Cor, Secotd and Brady street.
' v ; i '' Davenport, low.
'UK ROCK ISLAND
I au Til T t d-e v l
rtO it . s. ULiLiln.
H aTtile t a Mrac la inn Lrgialaiare
la Clearly lavaild- Kaaaaa Fever
The question that haa arisen at to the
eligibility of W. C. Collins, republican
assemblyman-civet from the Twenty-first
district, is exciting attention all over the
state, ad that be baa no valid right to
a seat in the legislature la conceded by all
fair minded people, for there ia no doubt
whatever as to bis actual citizenship of
Kansas, and it is baldly to be doubted
that if Mr. Collins would rjke his mem
ory a little he would recall
the fact that he voted at Rush
Centre during the time of that remarka
ble county seat war, when a man living
in either point of contest might equally as
well have given up liviogas tobuve faikd
to votu. 'It is a further fact, too, that
Mr. Collins did go to Kansaa to grow up
with the country, to lietter bis condition
and to make his fortune. No one blames
him for that, and if therj U any regret it
is because his expectations were
not realiz-d. Bit like many others
who turned their btcks on lWk
Island at that time he found Illi
nois was as good a ploce as any after all,
and in due time csme back here t live.
Nevertheless be did live a year and a half
there, and it is said still owns property
in II itchinBon. It will be an exceeding
ly difficult matter for Mr. Collins to
prove that the laws of the state of
Illinois can be to construed as to make
him one of ber law-makers at this par
COAL MIX KKS STRIKE.
Col Item on a Walkoat at Meath Muliae
The lrmantn and I'roaperla.
The coal miners of South Moline have
been on a Ptrike since Monday morning.
All the miners on this side of Rock river,
seventy in all. are out. The miners de
mand half a cent per bushel over present
wanes. Tbe y have been getting Z cents
and want it raised to four. The coal sells
tor six cents at t e mines, according to
tbe story to tbe Moline hUpntch of Mr.
Samuel Bowles, Sr.. and it would seem to
be giving the miners the lion's sha e of
the profits if the mine owners are com
pelled to accede to the strikers' demands.
Many t f the latter with their families arc
if idle without any means of subsistence
pending such a settlement if any is ar
rived at. living as they do in a hand to
mouth style. And if the mines cease
operation entirely, as seems not improba
ble unless the strike is declared off. there
will be actual want in the mining settle
ments this winter
There is no coal coming from the mines
and everything U at a tundstill.
8 Louisa Sohrbwk to U G .S Oirrteck.
part of lots 10, S3. 17. lw. AeM.r-a plat!
1861, f HNI.
Sophia Heimers to Henry Elder, part
of 1. nwj. 4. 17. lw. $.
Joseph W Tate to Nancy Allen, part of
lot 6. block 5. Bracken's adJi'.ion. $1 2.
in- F O UraMi- to J B Coynes lots 1 to
It. inclusive. 17. 2, Lloyi. sub divi
sion, f l..".MI
Sarah Johnson to O W D Harris, lot 1,
J A Johnsons addition and lot 2, Ellen S
Andrew's odd, Hon to R.k I-land,
E II Gnyer to Chris Demhardt lot .
block 1. College Height addition. S90O.
James Mt Cord n W E Stevens lot 1.
block .1. Hills addition to Moline.1.000
r. Stevens ti James Lawless, lot 1.
block 3. Hill s addiiion to Moline, 1 1.40O.
Anna J. Unions to M Brahra. mi lot
13 3. 17. 2w. 81.1150.
E H Guycr toC Heurh. lot 21. block
3. Cuyer's second addition to Rock Island.
Hugh RaUton to A. C. Stafford, l.d 4.
hloek 40. Chicago or Lower addition to
KiM-k Island, l.tH.
10 -Estate of Samuel S. Foster Just
and true account Died and approved; pe
tition by administrator to si ll real estate
to pay debts.
11 Estate of William L. Cook Let
ters testamentary issued to Charles II.
h.ent; bond hied and approved.
Auother large and highly pleased aui
dience tt emk-J the perfonnarce of -the
Stuart Theatre Company tt Harper's
theatre last evening. The star appeared
as 'Dewdrop.' a rollicking character
full of life and darim;, while tne support
was eood in all respect. Tonight "A Dan
gerous Game" is to lie presented. Ths
prod utt ion is one of the best in the ex-
c llent company's repertoire, and in ad
dition to its merit dramatically, Mb
Stuart wears ber roost elaborate costumes
representing $4 (HX).
The following oon-comtuissiot e 1 rffl-
cera have been elected in the Ho Iman
Sergeants 1st, Cbas. Ramski'l: 2r1
James Johnston; 3d. Ed. Uuinlan: 4th
Win. Johnston; 5th, Geo. Baumback.
Corporals C. A. Blaksley. A. Hob
man. Cbas. Hull and H. Itetiens.
Oysters at Erell & Math's.
The Hotel Gordon is now for sale.
Cook wanted Al 749 Elm street
Go lo Holbrook's, Davenport, for car
pets and silk curtains.
If you want the best paying business
buy the Hotel Gordon.
Send your friends to Krell & Matb'a
fur a dish nr can of fresh oysters.
Call and see tbe band-carved tied room
suites at Holbrook's, Davenport.
Parlor suites and fancy chairs of every
description at Holbrook's, Davenport.
Ice cream always on hand and served
by tbe dish all winter at Krell k Math's
A handsome line of hook cases and
cabinet just received al Holbrook's, Dav
enport. An elegant assortment of dininir tablet.
chairs and hat racks at Holbrook's, Dav
When you want a nice dish of fresh
oysters step in to Krell & Math's and or
der them up in any style.
Adams, the credit man, is showing ' a
rteautiiul line ol rail patterns in carpets
Call and see him. 322 Brady street. Dar
Tbe Crown dining ball. No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish yon
uie neat meal in the city tor 25 cents. A
B. Johnson, proprietor.
Bear in mind we do not quit making iae
cream wben cold weather sets in. and you
can get it in any quantity in the coldest
weather. Remember Krell & Math's and
get the best
Save big money by buying your furni
ture, carpets, oil cloth and draperies at
the C. F. Adams' Home-Furnishing
IT Ann . .
nuusc, ozs oraay street, Uavenport.
150,000 to loan on real estate security.
in sums of $200 end upward, at lowest
current rates of interest, without com'
mission. E. W. Hurst, Attorney at
aw, lux k isiana.
E. E. Parmenter. aitornev ai law
Makes collections, loans money and will
attend to any legal business intrusted to
Mb. umoe, postofflcn block. Rock Isl
imL. Els. dswlT
ARGU8t WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER
Dressed chickens at F. G. Yonna'a.
Dancing school tonight at Armory
Choice celery and oysters at F. G
Dancing school opens at Armory ball
Nice apples by tbe barrel at F. O.
Attend dancing school tonight at Ar
Concord and Columbia grapes at F. G.
Mr. R a Silvis. of Crhon Cliff, was
in me city today.
Good family home for sale cheap at 730
.nucweoui hi rut: k.
Madison Bowles and son, of Coe.
were in the city today.
Tonight occurs the nning ball and
bai.quet at tbe Harper.
Hon. Ben 'T. Cable left last evening
for San Antonio, Texas, on a business
For Rent Uousi and store. N.r 1324
Third avenue, apply at Kohn it Adler'a,
See our new $2 68 men's ulsters they
are simDfv immena fnr ihA nrif-M u...
I J f ' -.. . i i.j . r ,.
Mrs. A B. McCanillfAft laftvn. frm.
Ilolton. Kan , toniuht on a visit to ber
son. Dr. A. H. McCandleis.
We OIlOtA t(l tiH far nim .1.... ...
J " ....... ..a
coat A low price, but igwrt article, at
Simon & Mosenfcldtr's.
Messrs. Carl ITel rafna1a11 sf? IV TIB.a
and J. H. Krr ia .r
men convention at Springfield.
We start our boys, overcoats at 5 Sc.
Nice chinchilla overcoats at 81.45 at Si
mon & Mosenfeldet's.
S.Ulon & Mosenfelder Loni
yesterday enlightening tbe public as to
where to buy overcoats. Truthful adver
Tbe Schnell null rmli I. t I....
. a. a . u U
imootttnt meelinu li.nlnhi u.i
. - . rs -h , .uii . icrn-
dent Loocey desires the presence of
Our 810 chinchilla overcoats b-at any
thing ever seen at thn rri... lw. i
and see them and you'll agree with us
: C . a . . .
Mr. Marlon K tn.t .n,n.. ...i
ahsiractor of titles, has bad a new tclo
phone. No. 1012. put in bia office for tbe
more convenient dispatch of bis business.
price quoted In print don't half con
t'ie value of an article. It is for
reason th-t Simon & Mo-enfelder
to have you c!l and lnii. t il.ir
Lost Con of T.lut i. rl. i -. o
, - ....! . iiiirt-
bata." either on EighU-enth street orSec-
avenun neiween Kichteenth street
Thomas' druir store. If fouml l
Whether toii wiah t. k,i ... nnt -
waut all to see our new overcoats and
icarn ine prices we sell them at. It w II
be a surprise t a g.xJ many. Simon Jr.
The head r.tnn M. 11'. ln n.
f- ........m ii wimiiAii ui
merica, ia in m-ssion at Springfield.
ncre are i.wai delegates present. It is
petted the Hoot ninir.in it' K-
Milled now once and for all.
Division 43. Uniform rank. Knighia of
Hhias. attend a s(iecial rervice al 1 nn-
r church. D.vn n.,r n. vi . .1 -
eveninif. and to that end all kaiihtt have
a. J J .
cen firnerea to meet at toe Cast Id ball at
vt o clock.
SMI first dais if dial, n..ln w....(.
inchillas. niellni tl fat a mfr-m f .
mer price . our price now at 6.W.
nee them, tlicv are leautiea. Isaac
Rothschild, rnrni r Soo. nl n.I 11.. i.
streets. Davenport Iowa.
TW' TOlinir mrn ilriainiv .l...-K A.,1
avenue in a cart this afternoon collided
with Mrs Gilpin Mitort-'a rm ;n trn.
of the Harier bouse druiratoro A h.l
aa lorn off the Carnage, but no further
lure age was done.
Wm Yealk-k was arrested in KJnington
ownnbip by Bailiff FouoUin last nighl
'.r the crime of fon-ery committed in
'lark rountt Sh.r n I ......
Clark county, arrived this morn inc. and
Sheriff Silvis turned the prisoner over to
Mrs Frank III and famil .lo-ir. ..
tend thanks to the A. O U. W. IihJiTc,
city council, friend and neighbors for
their kind assistance during the illness
an.l at lhfiinr.l Aflh.t. Vu-I v... i i
an J fmtber. also for the maor aod betuU
wi uiim vucilUk(..
V - ----- . wvaaa nasw S '4 UIJUCU
a laree and cultured audience al Trinity
Guild ball last evening. Mrs. Milton
Jones and ber children. Mr. and Mr. Col
lins and the Misses Ilasa n M ri .
Turnisbel a varied programme that was
"" ""u uenitntiui in toe ixtreme
Mrs E. O Brien, Mrs. Lot Smith, Mr.
1 Smith an1 Vti.a Vln. . I u
- - m .ua v i i If ll, 1 1 1
Chcaeo, are truests of Mrs. J.E Mont
rose at tbe Harper. They ar here to
attend the Harper opening tonight Dr.
iticuanis ana wiis, win. JJornrr and
wife, and Mertsrs. O'Brien ami Smiih ,ni
expected this evening.
The fnneral of tha l.to J
Sr , was held yesterday afternoon, with
services conducted by Rev. C. A. Men-
nii ae ai me late home or the ilereased
on South Seventeenth street. The pall
bearers Were? Maara tfm Tkn......
J. D. Taylor. B. H. Kimball. H. Lmp.
. ieueison ana tienry L-mberg.
Thomas J. Beyer and Miss Luella Cor
bin. of Carthage, were married by Magis
trate Wivill last evening with all the
OOmn Peculiar to tha 'cinlra'a w . Aff A ...
I .... . n mj . . uu.
uglhe job when he dons bis matrimon-
..V. . V.S- . a
iti nnrri, memii. nimuc Idrirwl s.n1
as cbief wilDesses lo the ftnlt-mn
Pilots on the rirrr ln.-tv Mti.
from $100 and $150 a m ntb. and these
are very low figures to what tbey got
jcara ago. ji was noi unusual arier the
warfora pilot to make f l.tssj a month.
A local captain naiil an M t in,. ...i...
- - - i " " ..we I'llUI
81.700 for a month's service after the boat
loucnea aew urieans. Tbe pilot was
back the next day to borrow a few do,
lars. I New Orleans Tihum-h,m.r..t
On a Hirer-1 rar nn I Km I:..- 1
5;a0last evening. Jacob Wilms, of 1718
Fourth avenue, had a len dollar bill
changed by a fellow passenger, and rr-
raira in rriura aa ne supposed two five
dollar notes. - Oo rea bine h. tne Mr.
Wilms found that ha hail .-....' .
tens by mistake for bis trrcenback. and
be is now anxious to remedy the mistake
with tbe gentleman who gave them lo
bim. and who Las no rii.iitit m.fM himif
out a victim of a conQJeuce irsme several
limes, lint be was dealing with an hon
est man, and be caa Sad f t money if be
u m iraurr 01 me AHOl S.
Rock Island aiemocrata ma tt .
honor ot having brought to bear tbe
forces which gave ibe democracy of the
state the deciding vote In tbe legislature
wuica is losemiuen. I'almer to the L
S. senate. It waa from tlna -ii. ik.i
evidence was sent by a tiusted messenger
to Chicago that stirred up such a horn
et's nest abont tbe ears of Dorset Patten
i -juuii;au (saouiuaie IOT the legislature
In the Hemr.it HialrL-t Tt. .... m
- vairuauro Ol
these fact so frightened Patten that be
nau-ucieu aunts mends to plump lbr
v lies for him, and tbe republicans ra
a'ly in the district, thinklna- that P
uuuum mate was strong enough to
pull through, anyway, went three votes
Ti . . .
un a hwi, sun aa a result Jjorary w
eiecwa. out tne other fellow u ,ft at
borne, and the democrats elected twi
men from the district for the first time ii
Its po.itical history
. . lafsMHassrv
to thonaands of people who bate the
Ulnt of scrofula in their Hood. Tbe
agonies caused by tbe dreadful r noiog
sores and other manifestations of ibis
ulsesse are beyond deacriutinn. T.r
no other remedy eon a! ia Hwwi'a h.i.
parilla for scrofula, salt rbenm and every
form of blood disease. It Is reasonably
ns m uwhii mu wbq givn it a lair trial.
m sore w get nooa S.
Bsmptsa Coal farms far taia.
By order of tbe probate rontt. Maj II
U. Connelly will offer fr aale al the
court bouse Thursday. Nov. 20. at 1
O clock D. Bl. the flna (intii In Himnitta
township belonging to the estate of jo
sepb B. Cox, deceased. A portion of
tne iana lies In tbe coal region, coal In
abundance having been found thereon.
Wasrs Ware Ten Beral
Send date nt birth and ten cents, and
we wilt delineate your character according
lo ibe earth s!gn aa given in tbe science
or ' Solar Biology." Address,
8158 Fifth avenue. Rock Island. 111.
Overcoats, former price 19, our price
BOW ft A Oil A a-lnao Imiarflna Bill
vince you that they are good value at 810
.a. n .
anil f s ISAAC nOTOarBILD,
Cor Second and Brady streets. Dsvrn
porl. Iowa. ,
All This Wstk
We give spneial prices on all goods in
our line. It will pay yon to go over.
We promise to save you monry.
Thk Davenport Shoe Co .
Cor. Braily and Second airaet.
0t tod Bar.
The Carpenters' union, No. 166, of
Rock Iland, will bold its fourth annual
ball at Armory hall Friday evening. Nov
ember 21, and all are cordially invited to
The tinnrecedented demand for fir.
Bnh's Cough Syrup has bad tbe effect of
bringing out numerous similar remedies;
but the people are not so easily indurcd
to make a trial of ibe new article when
th-y value the old and reliable Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup.
Salt rheum, etc ,
Take Hood's 8arsapar.il .
Don 'I mtss seeing ur fall slock of in
grain carpets. We make a specialty of
Anffora. tha naar fai-ava Thj A. lama
322 Brady at rest. Davenpoit
J K. Voxtiosk, - . . llaaafrr.
MONDAY, NOV., 10th.
lint Isalst. Ia
Tilt. .Kk.rKbT fLA.
Tt rtalin IHtJal..TIt
AklMWrf-a hjr let prsrsas) fkMrr n m 1 1
A DESPERATE GAME.
itr-k Mnrk Ialan4 pmi-la lit ttiDia a
llea of T parf.niisarea
i Iff thv lu pnora ot
lil. tu A N D i Ells
NoTB-Tltr curian of Ulah Mr. art an fitmh
ol br-ar ao4 an direct fnia Wucth of fall
an.l New torn
lOO Yours Vjjo
I'i.le dMla'l cxrwet ta rraj anxk, later ana
Ib.a, atxl laaips tnr a laaary trmhoir sidat
Now. we tura aU'hl into day. and ewri body has
laai;: but a OOOO laap Is still a laxarr, ahkh
fTvrjrhody Aunt hare.
I wtah Toa d call and sr lb
LITTXE JEWEL, LAMP:
aoawthlDf realty arw, and Ika pmtiaat aad ant
yet. SO caadl powr. S asaal ttsa. atrka!
plates, and ao naatul aaJ chna, that smiiiaa
ou(ht to hart It
O. M. LOOSLEY
t'OlJia aicnad Arras.
HORST VON KCECKRITZ. PfcaraissM
Passrairrioss a Srariaivv.
Fourth Ave. andTwenty-Thtrd 8c
ta eras or
1200.00 and Upward
For tale, secured on laud worth from
three to Ave times the amount
of the loan.
n Killed Ina of chat,.
E. W. HURST,
-Atturhxt at Law
I aad 4 htaaoaic Tap4..
HiKTK iHIJIWn II J.
V a : t . M J
TI1K TM.ENTfcll AlTKLtsS)
. "as . BV f ' '
ASK TOUR GROCER FOR THEM;
riMpat aad hrM plor. ta ta. papr fnr
"Waata." -Ll " -Val,-- .t.A -V .-rTL i
Only ooa-tiitl mrt a atd. B-iniiiiiij immAi ilii
coluaia. Try H.
Xf0'"! L-iAXEDUX HBSITI KE at 1M
AYd. Hcrood intic. J. U'. JuNEa
pOR AI.K-A riK L T f M'KiIK'aL IX.
L MrnnK-tita. al-a a fnll art of enal aiiar bad.
af J. IA . Juaa ttmi limnA m... i.i. -
a-at i a.
StiWtfclUVj MRMTl HE. hna.bt. od
ar eirkann-d. Mnaa r..1.
jvwrd at aoaihrast tvnrt I rrrjr and Third .,
R HAI.I-VAU ABU I'ATEKT IM
ariivvaiint o-. blrtut. If.. M MriU.
Mar ymuatnf Wii, jao llaailttua failaoa.
Pa; anarrtea llfr and ha,i.; for fall painin
ain to Konr J. ai attt. iim..
WAXTEt THREE lTi:i I I'.aNT AND A--ll
anilrllnr- In ..at ta Ma k I-Ian4 raaaiy.
AlMlWIloB, LlKut ID., kak b,t ' It...
WANTCIt. Aa am. TnTrtit.c Minan
ll B tf.-herml liar of mmr Mrokau i
oirnhaata wii. iiw and riftawi ta4
iwa - I n a-l.lfcl.ja M , t'kMaca
WANT II-A ri.A. K tt A KI ,TS
faonia hy a maa and kl- olf; la. ma I.
la'THlk'1.!, .ru.ai.l k.lk . Jtt .. . . . . -1
tJthei.i-.i4 -. aa.4 - v.-a.a i. a an
wrmi ".- i--r I l.-t Mimm .ra.
Addnaa -A ' Aa.ll a TV.
WJtTHl.-A LAI.V Ti. WlXALl A
Bnaa ooV. at t" r .w b-on-.tu lb. Fa
'oielr ntynis 'INlfrt Li '. a at.lradid
llolcailt; ad.lnraa ai-a Mama. TW Itt t uoa
try MrdltaJ Iwililr. .k Hn4 l-I.
SM.ki.XkV W'AMCtt TxJ atLL MaaEhr
aluca. MfMmfc. -. .
eme triNHfr iai f"-- M r v lur u f aa.
ti a. iKHiktK tt . Namtt
WAKTEn.t.KNKhAI. TOS l.f Tu
na --aart. ta --r t.riMitl i.
"H(li,iroiMi mm, aa-iaa aad
t-aatkaalaad ik.. ia rn HI. iL,
; rnKil ka.Mu.1. A..., ta ...I
ama-ia. M par
a i .4 M ym
pti :". tut i Nmx o-artvi.
a pnmim, lMTk.
Ll HaH-U xiitM t aa amttica or
all frntra. m -.ra .4t r . m
lb. luaif tarda ui i-w.r.. 1 ai w
- datoa iMililini ia f nua In t. C
IHKiPkK Kr.rn.1, . u a. war. Iaw
Va-d llrclrt Am. ida. hh."i vm.lr 4
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'rta.tyil.aa.. In. v
i. . BEuTlLuV
TTKEV AT )!-. a Mb J. T. Sa
monj. 17 sr,..d Am ml.
JK kSOX A llTl;sT.
ATTtK1tKa AT I A a-, if"., it- k.aa
.tataal twak Ha.id.ar. Na 1-iaM. III.
a. meoasasv. r. &. viuia
SWLEMr A mi kLB,
ATThEV A0 tx.t S-WU4.Ri AT LAV
(HBcc la UrtpU. i-kva. H-a a laiaad. 1L
LMKT st arlAlKI,
ATT-ihaVH AT LAW-Laaa a.arKmni
arrarilr.aaA.rllrrtla. Krf.fra... M tub
all SI Lrada. haakin. litbre ta IWbSra koxb
lR SALE RVEO.Y EV EM Nil at Vrmvlim.t
Meo.Maad. Kite inn ur tut-y.
DKS. KITIIERIXIRD A HITLEK,
l"KAfrATEOPTIIE OXTAKIO VITESNA
Ury colirre. V.irraarT lbr. ni ai aaryroM
tifaaf TiirLalre Lirrry .taavj b-r . a a r oad
Aeten haarry. akatki-t ajuwr.
To artt the pnoatar I ADIl'ltTkat.I POrw
tkKT. II I. arora b la-lw t.btt coatfaat
and a (ood luna. aanratar a4dra
ELGIN CORSET CO.,
Kivsa Matrr. LUU. ILU
a. . m
turm la railroad atnn.
Head f.a rr.alae
V ALkNTlSa SIMM.
3 peecvaf rrdartlna f tbe artt Si day
oa Barrira aad pnar imM,
, lalO. at aad rait. Third Are,
R4M. K lLAND.
Is tha rbeap. m piarr la ttraomr t. bay rar
rkafra. Kavava. I'aaats Una. rv:
W. C. MAUCKER,
Ba-la( panbtard lb
f Inj abkb he aa. had irSllai lue lb. b
lol bila..a. M aue prrvand to a- ma
aMrlat tnoatrot ra al.
Day and Regular Boarding
at eery naauaabto ptirea.
He H) ala. eea(rd lo Ibr
at lb tarn, plac onk acbalr. k a Umm.
Sana anoooe a aiwcavty.
4 . a-. . ri.i. .iu i - -
o e - . intt-c I iihi, --
tarts'isr : U-VIHi-tit sui aa vatMsvaei
Dsastfa.1 w ret as Litoute Men Caatrartwc,
104-IOS) rrawaJIrt-et finals.
r nfsiry in a siwra
fwU d A tU
itrasrsv a-re.'a. arno
C . aMMMH. MM- ... Ma If, .-a. MNbi
.IHm .miim. .' . . ll . .nr. llil
S ii. i i .-a in, - i ,1,1,1 , . m m Ma.
a .il. I mtt .. .-.. a i m. fmm-t . I .
SAwSera &i acThicco.. --tt
We make two special offering,
1. Double Fold Dress Flannels
in a variety of shades and mix
A surprl ingljlow price for flm
Hock Island. Illinois.
flava tb large.t o.tab'Jahsstil Waat ot CtJcsx.
DONT KOUUKT THE PUCK.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
AuJ Sot 121, Kt; anJ 12A SIxt-enth 8ut, '
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
na W,f-.,. ai,aolaarayrajtr.rw-.St,,vl,a.
iv. parent i.t.rou ,,alj Droa:'.a. Umfloaaalos ParaoaaO.' Ca4
lairat.or Raal Crtato Baearltr
tf lllbiUMW. rr,DIH(ltl t.fi. . SvTtaaa. o-aaw.
f.L t I rs.ea.tK f r,
J i kio,n..ia.
Thoroughly Good Millinery
on loabtJly proroa snack ctaspoat la
Ita e-e 1.
Tb rfftttatSon vrbick mm Isis ss
tabUabad fur kee-j ing Us bast aa4 latvt
stylo miliinorr ta ta city, la arm: ap.
hoUby EVERV RATAKO EOSXET
SHOWN. Tbara la a 4iatlacuva FIT
ani STYLE b4 aa ELEOAXCE of
FINISH aboat oar Dulllborjr vriicli la
tlaa muiiTmly to tha sapcriorttj la tha
ttakir.g. Oar UEilGN'S ar ORJUI
NA.L and PRIVATE to earaalvat, a!
tLersforc. cannot b duplicsiol anii
tha FASHIONABLE EFFECT.
MRS. P. GREENAWALT
1704 SECOND AVENUE.
Narrow Escape from Fire!
B at prtcss want 4 ?ara ta mooOha wav.s of mvmry eoa w.ai.iti to bar
OIL CLOTHS, SHADES, DRAPERY, Etc.
PRICES IS PLAIN FIGURES-
KANN & HUCKSTAEDT,
Nx Hll aal Hi Srcoad avraaa.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH "
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KlOI-nST tSc ADLER.
IlrTIiOTrYl to '219 &erat4titli Xlrel
Use Raven Gloss Dressing. -backabsQititj7"
the uu hjirt- ii-rv Krr TTaterproof.
calcs, cratts injures tr leatLct.
Try Utl tuj U convinced. Tm ,lr J
tttt fUlh AVaAUS.
2. "Wool Suiting, 36 Inches
wide, plain shades at .
You harent seen their equal tor
anywhere near 25c.
If yo ars a aaoarf aarry yon will la
vcttU. It win pay yoo. ts tak
Klaacc laroaica oar
via twb stats uv
t. .-batv.ba.rt r. r Lraaa.
1 M J . a aT-. .r.aa-oaa.
Sraw. S.jk. "
Buy a Pair of
FOR WET WEATHER.
The upper in VLla Boot L&a a.
patent liotng. which U Add, Oil
ad W.lerproot Uiend ta roch
a mar.nrr aa to mxLs both front
lir.t UoomA Avwiar,
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