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JAHNS & BERTELSEN.
Tinware And Hotjbu Fuknishino Goods.
1012 second avenue.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
-Bought At Sheriffs Sale-
THE STOCK OF
Alexsdn & Ulmark
OF MOLINE. AT
Per Cent 011 the Dollar.
W will briog tbis stock to our 6tores this week. They
had ii t3,000 of Stationery, Blank Books, Piush Goods
Novels and Sporting Goods, which we will close out at
less than mannf.tctarer's prices.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1703 and 1705 Second Avenue.
A. J. SMITH & SON,
F!l tock lioow replete wllb Novell lei. Call snd compare oar etork and prices.
A. J. SMITH & SON,
125 mrl 137 West Third Street. Odd. Masonic Temple. DAYENTORT.
THB ROCK ISLAND AitQUsV THURSDAY. NOVEMBER-13
THE NEW HARPER.
If. Montrose Throws
AKetel la Hhirh Kark IIbb4 Kay
Well Rrnrw ; Pri Last Kvea
loa'a Bali and Baa.art.
n tWTgSBiyay nna wt? n rJww?. !L'
r" AJiP-'V?rw j ite;4Rr3;f.. iwec nuts
WALL PAPER COMPANY-
312, 314 Twentieth St.,
And Postoffice Block, Moline. BOCK ISLAND.
A Co., Kevins A UftYiiantL New
Prices from 10 to 30 pr cent
FINE WALL PAPER Exclusive twents for the following .anrert Wall paper
v t torif : mrve . nun, j anew ay lo.( it one n a. uoon
. ark W all Paper Co.. ami Kobert va-rave A Co.
HKK oL'tt HPSClAu Which in elude a all the Art papers,
below other dealeia.
Howard Watches, Imported .Watches,
H. D. FOI.SOM.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Last night witoes?ed the formal re
opening of the Harper houat nnder the
proprietorship of Mr. J. E. Montrose.
late of Lincoln. Neb. The hot le has un
dergone a remarkable transformation
since the locl public last asset ibled with-
in its walls. Mr. Monlro who p
hotel man of fifteen years-experience. and
not only has a tho ough practical knowl
edge Of the business in every detail, but s
also possessed of a pleasant cordial dis
position, ouch as has a'read won bitn
friends by the score all ovr t lie country,
and wblcb wi:l continue to win blm more
daily in his new relations to the travel
ing and local public. That Mr. Montrose
is also of an enterprising public-spirited
nature, and takes a pride in lis business,
and in the city which is his home, is fully
evinced by the mnntY he has spent, the
pains he has taken and the im
provement he his tnnde in the Harper.
In August last he became 1 -wiee of the
popular hotel for ten years, nd before
be took possession the Ilnrpei estate had
the house overhauled throughout. An
entirely new steam heating plant was
provided, with additional heaters in the
office, and giving every room in the house
steam heat. The offices, res ling rooms
and dining hall were refrescot d in lovely
terra colta, the balls handsomely repa
percd and repainted, and every room in
the house richly papered, no two being
alike and all being models of beauty and
design. A gentleman who bts travelled
extensively in the last six months aod
has visited many of the best hotels in the
country, told Mr-Montrose ynttorday that
lie bad never seen a hotel so nicely paper
ed throughout. The old bar and billiard
room has been renovated, painted and pa
pered and will be equipped in a few days
with the neri-ssnry fixtures, itic'uding
bKlinrd tables. The parsem;er elevator
has been made to run to the H;cond ave
nue fliKr sod a neat ladies' en
trance leads directly to it. The house
has been newly i quipped with electric
illumination. Some of the rooms have
been supplied with baths.
Then the house has been refurnished
from celler to r.jof. The old furniture
was entirely disposed of, the Harper beirs
and Mr. Montrose put new furniture
in place of it. He commenced
in the kitehen, put in an immense
cooking rfince with all tie necesssry
cooking utensils, and thence proceeded
tbrou. h the dining room which was pro
vided with new tables and antique oak
rbairs. new 1 nen. new silver, china and
Irrockery ware. The gents' reading and
reception r.onis were refurnished and the
atter provided with a Brussels carpet.
The Indies' imrlors were re-;arpetrd and
re-furnished, one withjMoquet velvet and
the other. body Brussels, wlile the furni
ture is of the most elaborate silk plush of
various shades. Thcdoors of the balls
are carpeted with Moquet velvet and the
sleeping rooms either witl. the same or
body Brussels The bed -room furniture is
il of the latest and most prpuixr designs
in oak and cherry. Indeed, Mr. Mon
trxe has xereised the s tme care and
thoughtfulness that he would be apt to
apply if he were furnishing a private res-
Icn-e for himself, and the outlay made
by him and the Darper (state in nuking
these improvements acgrei atcs f 3.00O.
The opening affair at tl e Harper last
evening was an erj ysblt event in tri
cky society cire'es. It was mainly given
over to the younger folk, though many
of our older citizens were itnxious to im
prove the first opportuni y of paying
their rtspects to the new landlord at the
first opportunity, and were present
There were bi o quite a number of guests
from Chicago, nlatives snd friends of
Mr. and Mrs. Montrose, the more pronii
nent among :hose in attendance bting
Chicago E O'Brien and wife. Lot
Smith and wife. Mrs. J. L. m th. W.
Frink and wife. Will Bonei and wife.
Moline- Mrs. S. II. Veliti, Miss Grace
Velie, Chas. Velie, J. I. i Cady, M. Y
Duvenport Miss Belle Richardson.
Miss Kuhnen, Miwt Van I'atten, J. P.
Donahue. E. D. Allen, Will K ser. J. 1
Rock Island Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Mc
Cabe. Dr. and Mrs. C. O. C urler, Mr. and
Mrs.-CliBS Truesdale, Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
W.tCash. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carse,
Miss Carse, tlr- and Mrs. Chas. Mc-
Hugh, Mr and Mrs. n. P. Grecnough,
Mr. and Mrs. David Dona Ison, Mrs. R.
Crampton, Mr. R. L. Crampton, Mi.-
Maggie Dart, Miss Culton. Messrs. weo
Pleasants, C. F. Lynde. F. J. Kinney,
Stuart Harper and W. ii. Marshall.
The dining hall was thrown open to
the t:rpsic.horean feature), Sshillingets
orchestra furnishing the m isic. The hall
had been beautifully decorated with
plants. Sowers and festoods of evergreen
and presented a gorgeous scene as the
richly costumed dancers n.ineled in the
mazy waltz. The banquet prepared by
Steward O'Connor wine i would have
done honor lo the gods, was spread in
the rejuvenated rooms on the first floor
soon to be used for the billiard rooms.
Chief Clerk Willertnn as listed in recelvs
ing and providing for tbs comfort of the
guet-t. and the affair, which was almost
informal in its nature, ill long be hap
pily remembered by all w no attended. It
is the expectation of some of the older
citizens now to arrange for a banquet to
all our business men lu the near future,
in order that all may htve abetter op
portunity of becoming tcquainted with
Mr. Montrose and his accomplished wife.
Coal Valley. Nov. 18 ,
miss Irene l'e'.era wUI commence ber
school in Bureau county Dec. 1.
Hugh Martin is repairing the old M.
E church for a dwelling.
Col. W. D. Croctet Is shipping ear
corn to his farm lo Waukegan. Iil.
Corn husking is pretty well through
with. The crop Is more than a half one .
J. H. Wilson, of the Bonner farm,
shipped a car of hogs from here a week
Miss Lizzie Connor is borne on a va
cation. She will In a abort time com
mence her winter school.
The land slide here and almost every
where toroagboul the country is a cause
for joy to the friends of revenue reform.
John T. Hass received a slight Iniurv
on a coal flt by a moving Bat striking
me one in wnicn ne was stonding, injur
ing his left arm.
There will be a festival at the Odd Fel-
ows ball on the evening of tbe 2 2d for
toe oenent oi me rresbytenan church.
An invitation to all is extended.
At the communion held on Sabbath ia
tbe Presbyterian church there were four
candidates presented and on examination
accepted and taken into full membership.
a i8o iwo noun napiisms.
Mrs. W. . Ulenn n turned from her
western trip list Thursday. Sbe brought
ner agea paren'a with her. Her father.
N. Reynolds, has not re. overed from bis
pat sly tic stroke. It is over a year since
ne was stricken.
Tbe farm in Rural belonging to tbe
Ncllwaine estate baa been sold to James
Gilbreath, of Atchison. Henry county.
III. Price, f S.IKH) The farm contains
160 acres. They also sold their farm
near Oeneseo for $5. (MM).
On the morning of tbe 10th at his resi
dence on Rock river, Thomns J. Davis
died. He had been a sufferer from a
complication of diseases for a number of
years. Tbe deceased was a native of
Wales, born in 1834. being fl'ly six
years of age. He came to America in
1846, and was rmrried in Pennsylvania
where his first wife died. Afterward be
moved to K-ntrcky where he was mar
ried the second time. By the former
wife having one child, and by the latter
five all of whom are alive. He came to
Illinois about 1864: has lived here most
of the time since. In 1883 bis second
wife died. He has not since married
Mr. D. was a man of a social nature: his
rai ed his family well; was a member o
the Baptist church. On account of bis
inability he ha been able to go out
but a little for a coupla of years. In
politics he was a democ at. His chil
dren were about all present at the fu
neral There was a large assemblage at
the last sad rites. The Rev. Pmker. o"
the Baptist church of Moline. officiated.
The remains were 1 kid to rest in the Coal
Valley cemetery in tbe fsmi'y lot on the
HIS ELECTION INVALID.
Acta'qulckly, is perfectly safejaod never fails to cure all Lnng troubles.
TRY IT. 10c, 25c and 60c Bottles.
fcUdlclns known tor all Kidney, Lung andlStomach tronbles. Is
Thomas Kidney and Liver Pills.
6c a Bottle Samples free.
T. H. THOMAS,
Druggist, Bock Island.
Colli Forfeited ilia Right to Cit
He VsiM la Hatekta.a. Hu a 1M7
mt mt llltM.I. TT S-iv. Yearr.
The fact has been settled that W C.
Collins, member elect of tbe genera as
aembly from this district. Is not
eligible to the seat in tbe legisla
ture ' for which he . has received
votes sufficient to elect him ordinarily.
But tander statutary requirement that I o
man shall be a representative who shall
not have been for five years a resident of
fie eute. Collins cannot take his seat.
The Arocs has made a careful Investi
gation as to bow far Collins took advan
tage of his oppott unity to become a resi
dent of Kansas while at Rush Centre and
Hutchinson and has beard from both
places. Thore is no record of hi having
voted at Rush Centre, but City Cleik
Wra. M. Inghams. of Hutchinson, sayt
Collins did vae there in 1847. That Is
sufficient. Collins Is ineligible and be
should resign at once.
John A. Wilson, of Rural. Is therefore
entitled to the seat.
Wins Wr Tsm Serai
8end date of birta and ten cents, and
we will delineate your character according
to the earth a gn a given In the science
of Solar Biology." Addreea,
8136 Fifth avenue. Rock Island, 111.
We rrcpsse to aeve yra oasy
On overcoats and we are going to do it
All you have to do is to look around In as
many stores as you like (tbe more the bet
ter) and then come and see bow mock we
can ssveyou. Siktox it Mosexteldu.
All This Weak
We give special prices on all goods In
our line. It will pay yon to go over.
We promise to save von money.
Te Datkxport Shoe Co .
Cor. Brady and Second street.
' Diggory. diggory dock, the mouse
ran up the clock," and returning be did
most unfortnnatily knock don and
break a bottle of Salvation Oil, whirl-,
however, can be easily replaced tor 25
At 1S SU are furnished Ibe newest en
finest In English bos cheviot overrotU t
Simon & MosenfeldeiV
Tbe blb price of Ice provokes so many
jokes that you will find an lee wag -on
near y every paper.
Aetlas ! la ikr M sneer.
Among the Chicago Trlbum't special
Washington dispatches yesterday was the
following which will be read with inter
est, although it can hardly he said it oc
casions much surprise:
The quarrelling over the Hennepin
canal has begun. Capt. Marshall in bis
report recommended that the 5iX).0tHJ
appropropriated by congress be spent on
the dam at Rock Inland, and that work
be begun at once. The war department
formally approved his recommendations.
Now a Urpe number of prominent citi
zens especially manufacturers of Mo
line have petitioned tbo secretary of
war begging him not to carry out tbe
recommendation of Capl. Msn-hall. The
petitioners desire lha the woik of con
struction commence at the oppoaite end
of the canitl rather than at the mouth of
Rock river, as recommended by Capt.
Marshall. Assistant-Secretary Grant
said today that he had not had time to
examine thoroughly the peti:ioo, and
cou'd not, therefore. Say what the people
oi mo ine really am want.
Of course all these tfTorts on the part
of Moline will be for caught now. It Is
too late to do anything to interfere wl'.h
tbe plans as ordered, but the mot i ye of
the eff rt remains, and not with credit
to Moline, either.
The Moline came down.
Tbe Verne S .vain touched landing here
The Pittsburg passed up on her final
trip to Dubuuue.
Tbe stage of the water at the bridge at
noon was tbe temperature 24
Tbe t raffle over tbe Rock Island bridge
Tuesday amounted to: foot, nor.h 61'
south, 633 1352. Teams, north. 644;
south, 4t 12H4.
The Libhie Conger, of the Diamond Jo
line, enters tbe service as a tow boat, de
parting from Dubuque yesterday with the
new steel nuil for St. Louis. Sne will
carry a Bmnll crew, aid do but little if
any biiHincss. taking a little through
Ireljut from I'nbuque.
A Mi. ux lt prrle.ee.
Landlord Cross, of the Ackley bouse,
is telling a good stoiy on one of b's
guests, B F. Cook, of Sioux City. Hi
wanted to aee bis old friend E. W. Baker
and learn bow the wiring for electric
street cars is done. He was directed to
the work in East Davenport, and when
be reached the woolen mills he saw a
gang of men at work but could cot find
Mr. Baker. On returning ti tbe hotel be
toid Mr. Cross that he could not under
stand why it was necessary to dig such
deep trenches and u e such big pipe for
tbe electric cars. Mr. Cross asked him
where he had been and when he told
bim, Mr. Cross said that instead of be
ing on Supt. Baker's work, he was on
Supt Hooper's work, where water mains
were being laid. Mr. Cook saw that tbe
joke was on him, and begged of Mr.
Cross not to repeat it, especially to news
paper men. as his Sioux City friends
might get to bear of it. Davenport
, A ew Paper.
MolineMs to have a new republican
morning daily. It ii to be substantially
backed and to have a fins modern equip
ment in all respects. E. L. Eastman is
to be manager and editot and be goes to
Chicago tonight to purchase .bis outfit.
Andrew Anderson, late i t tbe Dispatch
local force, is to be city ;dltor, and Tom
my Stanley, of the Jiepwliean reportorlal
staff, is to beeporter. The projectors of
the enterprise think Moline offers a great
opportunity for a venture such as theirs.
"A Desperate Case" was admirably
presented at Harper's lblre lastevening
by Miss Lilab Stuart and , her excellent
supporting company.,. The play was hand
somely mounted throughout and tbe va
rious situations well developed and tbe
climaxes brought about with good elect.
Tbe company appears U night in tbe suc
cessful Irish comedy drama, "Just at
Dawn," with the atar an "Jerry O'Far-
rell ," a heroic "character as well at a rich
comedy role. . ' -
Oysters at Krell A Math's.
Tbe Hotel Gordon is now for sale.
Cook wanted At 740 Elm street.
Go to Holbrook's, Davenport, for car
pets and silk curtains.
If you want the best paying business
buy tbe Hotel Gordon.
Send your friends to Krell & Math 'a
for a dish or can of fresh oysters.
Call and see the hand-carved bed room
suites at Holbrook's, Davenport.
Parlor suites and fancy chairs of every
description at Hnlbrook s, Davenport.
Ice cream always on hand and nerved
by the dish all winter at Krell A Math's.
A handsome line of book cases aod
cabinets just received at Holbrook's, Dav
An elegant assortment of dining tables.
chairs and bat racks at Holbrook a, Dav
When you want a nice dish of fresh
oysters step in to Krell & Math's and or-
der them up in any style.
The Crown dining ball, No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish you
the best meal in the city for 25 cents. A.
B. Johnson, proprietor.
Bear in mind we do not quit making ice
cream when cold weather seta in. and you
can get It in any quantity in the coldest
weather. Iiemeniber Krell & Math s and
get tbe best.
I50.U00 to loan on real estate security.
in sums of f 3K) and upward, at lowest
current rates of interest, without com
mission, J. W. Hurst, Attorney at
law. Rock Island.
We Guarantee Oar fnese
The lowest in tbe state. If you can do
as well you are welcome to have your
Slit OK & MoSESF ELDBB .
Received yesterday a case of woolen
socks; price 6c a pair, worth 15c. at 8t
mon & Mosenfelder'e. - -
Just at Dawn" at the theatre tn-
Special sale silk curtains at The Adamr.
os nraay street. Davenport.
Ibe season of slaughter at Gilmora'a
packing establishment began yesterday.
i ouog men s nobbv Kerrev overcoats
8 60. regular price 13. at 8 mon &.
Simon & Moseofeldcr's overcoat sale is
a great success. Their store wasctowded
ail day yesterday.
reopie are Quick to find out a oanA
imog. e mon K l often fillers overcott
sale proves this.
Blankets, comfortab'e mattresses nil.
l iws rsre bargains, at the Adams, 832
Brady street, u ivenporL
County Treasurer-elect Thomas Csmn-
bcll has appointed bis daughter. Miss A ia.
uepuiy county treasurer.
v 1 1 i ia .. .
liTrrjiimij euouiu see me m Chinchilla
overcoats they are well worth f 15 at
oimon x mosen lelder
The boys' cape overcoats at 1 3. SO are
as good as you can find anywhere else at
C 4 ou ana s at Simon JC Moseofelder'a.
Seeing is believing You are aBked to
call and see how much they can ssve you
vu au overcoat at Simon E Moseofeldcr's.
The regultr monthly meeting of il.e
Citizens' improvement association will be
held at tbe roooms at tbe usual hour this
T . . . ...
ii you want an Ulster mat will wesr
uite iron and always look well, ask tor
tbe ,.85 grade at Simon Ss, Moseofeld-
It droom suites. Parlor suites, lonnna
s ... .
lancy rockers, sideboards, dining tables;
full line at The A lams 3) Brady street.
(.apt. Ueo. Ltmont. of the ni.mnn.t
Jo lije. returned yesterday from a week's
uusiucss trip to oi l,iuu aud interme
W. A. Demmon, agent for Adele Pavn.
i ... .k. , . - .
iuc iitrpcr. arranging for the ap
pearance of Miss Pavn. in Ladv M
both" next Thurs lav evening
Ibe telephone company Iniunction
i;iiuoi me aireri railway company was
dissolved this afternoon, an at;rement
naving oeen arrived at In Chicago.
An invincible beating stores. Helper
cook stove, and Live Oak stoves, on easy
icrius. races as low as tbe lowest cah
price. The Adams, 322 Bradv street.
0-- i . . ....
counu a lurcoat on llol ie avenue
between Secbler's carriage wmks and
r ortyieecood street. Owner can recover
by describing properly and paying adver
Davenport Is troubled with incendiar
ism again. Three fires were set within
twelve Hours recently and no trace what
ever can be secured to the fire fiend who
is causing the deviltry.
The widow and children of the 1st.
John Bleoer desire lo express their sin
cere tnanka to all friends who showed
them omces of kindness and love in the
hour of their late sorrow .
Tbe will of the late II . C. Whitridge
was ineu ror probate today. Tbe de
ceased leaves his entire property valued
at to.uou to fits wife. The will was
rritten by Mr. Whitridge October 27.
Arguments were made by A dair Pleas
ants. lor tbe defense, and A. P. Mc
uuirk. of Davenport, for tbe plain
tiff, on the demurrer In the case of Coyne
tor aamages against Ouyer. et al Tbe
court has not yet rendered bis decision
In tbe case.
Messrs. Tomer. Filbert and Walker, of
Zima. were a happy trio of democrats
who visited Rock Island tndsy. Mr. To
mer was particularly jubilant over tbe
result of tbe election in Westmoreland
county. Pa , his old home, and exhibited
acopyofthe local paper containing tbe
cut oi a rooster whose dimensions ex
ceeded that of any bird in tbe Altars
A number of boys living on Fourth
avenne in the vicinity of Ninth street
have gotten into tbe habit of throwing
stones at the street cars on the Fourth
avenue and Ninth street lines. Last
night a young scamp burled a rock
through the window of a blue car, break
ing tbe glass and narrowly missing a lady
passenger. An example should be made
by tbe police of aotne of these tniscre
Mr. Adolph C Enocke and Miss Cora
Rose were married at tbe borne of the
bride In tbis city last night, Kev. G. W.
Gue. of the First M. E. church officiating.
Tbe groom, who baa charge of tbe trim
ming department of tbe Bechler carriage
works, Moline, Is an industrious, popular
yonng man. while bis bride is a charming
young lady who is much admired. Mr.
unocke recently erected a borne for his
bride in Edge wood Park, this city.
Kev. G. W. Gue. psstor of tbe First
Methodist church, announced last Sunday I
tuat Dy request be would pre ten a aenron
to the railroad men, their wives and their
children next Sabbath evening. Owine.
however, to a previous arrangement for a
union temperance meeting, which will
Uke place in this church next Sabbath
evening to be participated In by the sev
eral churches in the city and to be ad
dressed by Kev. Dr. Taylor, pastor of
the rim Baptist church. Mr. Gue will
therefore postpone for one week bis
special sermon to railroad men and their
J. 1. Xgstlosb, ... Maasrer.
MONDAY. NOV., 10th.
THE TALENTED ACTRESS
Oar Clsim to
THE FINEST WARDROBK.
THE (.KEATEST PLAYS,
apporled by thrirow.
St' Ft. KB DRAMATIC .
Ai knowlsrisTd by tbe pravs snd pabllc n bs the
snK.t company last ssr sppasrrU at pnpsisr
JUST AT DAWN.
Hil. week lbs k Island pmnls can aitness a
serirsof 7V psrformsnra lot Ihe loa prices of
VI. AM) SjiOENT.
NOTE Ths rostumesof Lllsb Stnsrt sra msrnta
f bristy. sad sra direct from V oria's of Part.
anl w Tl orte .
lOO Years Alio
People Ji.ls't sxpect to Heal Bftk. winter ft a
lags, snd lsoip. r,r . Iviery srarytodf didst
Now. s tans alirbt icln day, sndmryb.Ky Las
lsnps; bnt a OOOD Isaip t still a laiarr, a-klrk
everybody doesnl bsv.
1 wish yoa'd call and sr las
LITTLE JEWEL LAMP;
soaMtntng really asar. and Iks prsttlrst a4 brat
yrt. oi csadls power. H asasl slsc, aa-ksl
plsled, sad so useful sni rasaa, tkst rrrrroM
oagbt to bsvs It.
G. M. LOOSLEY
CHINA AND ULVrUt.
) psrrsnt reduction fur lbs next SO dsys
os Bat-fi sjmI fprmf Vssws.
Ka. ISta. Mas sad 1SI4, Talra A-.,
Is lb rbespr-t plars la tfe. cs-ssty So bay Csr-
nag-vs, nsggics, rsibta, mis. etc.
HORST VON KCECKRJTZ. IWcM
Psaexan-r-oxs a btscultv.
Fourth Ave, aud Twenty-Third Sl
Young Widow Yes: John was a good
Sympathetic Friend Yon must cheer
op, Emily. There are as good fish ia
the sea as ever were cauirht.
Young Widow I know it. bnt (burst
of tears) John wasn't it fish. jQdu.
la m Draa; fetor.
Boy Mister, 1 want to get a on I
want a piut of a th nnder I forgot
Druggist's Clerk Little man, tutve
yoa forgotten what yon came for?
Eov That itl
Uo.v Camphor . Lifei
1300.00 and Upwards
For sale, eecured on land worth from
three to five timee the emonet
of tbe loaa.
latsrsst T Bee esat seal u,.l
raaUUew free of caarfa.
E. W. HU118T,
ATTOBJntT AT LAW
I Sad t Hasaase Taw pie,
ROOK Irjr.AKT ILI.
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THEM."
tliespeal ss4 b. -I t,:mr In th. mum t
Wsms." -Lie!" -iV ai..l - aslrra
Only otje ball r-rt,t s ocd. Krt) i.!y re m1 ibis
mm rT 11 .
poK AI -A FIJiE L T OK M KU CSL IS.
nms- felt IM Int irt nf iml tem.r. t..l
1. W. Juui' od band eion. 1st 4 enn,4
8EY)-MINartKNiTtltK. bxs.bl. euld
or etrbsnm-d. Sur ku.i tt Var-aiietB
eenred sl Ouaibcset rnrs-rt Prnj snd Tb.rd lit, ,
BWanted Boarders at
Central Ckarak Xa test. uua tat.
Tbe young people of the Centra: Prea
byterlaa church will entertain their friends
r naav evenine. the lata Inst ik.
nn, f, . . I. ' . :
ovm xninieeniB i DaeemeoL Jlusle and refraabssents .M
o u luu AdmlsalOB tea ceau.
Uoyd & Stewart.
eSAEssAsiSsssaa rtlessn Ostnatssi taet
aem so a nuost arsxaoi in-s srs-sea.eaob ae
Iwiitiisse. Vassre. til US ill, tiiemaa mltmr
aatinsr. rsia la tbe ISJa, So. White lh.tr ant
BsAaeaa. yet Cer1rs Utrts Lrsar PTHS srS
minmu j eai osxte IB uoosupel r-enasj mmd pre
SreiUZif taie snao-f bis easaplsint.. nils tbysies)
liear sad esaUt. th. bosTsia. Area U tbae oauy
Al-l'.fbe iSUdbBSlasatlshsliMliirVi -ta
emfeffuestalslpUelPaooea4ai4; bet farts
Sauly tbelritnodB-es do-. Dnteaa bn-va-l ism.
wbooasti-ytlMaeill Snd Usrv little tsueeals.
t-teiaeoam-y wsTetaatlaer .ill bus b. -.t-
lUettesWautnattaraa. Lot atar aJ LmcS bee4
IsQisV-ane of aotne ny Hes that byes le. bet.
WemaSeoer irrt-ax buest. tsar pais cam tt-snile
OUM-rs do aot.
Carter's Little User Pnia srs yrf rr-aall
eryeaay totals, tip, or to. tails wsbas doee.
Tbry areetnctly veaMshte sad da ao g-npe or
pestrs. bo by Uielr xntlear-Ucsi p1jsa.sU "bo
soeUMsa. l.eialsat ISoratst et.rVs'tL Babt
by di-njc-ls eee7S mam. ut sH by milL
CARTER MtMCtSf CO- Mess Vae.
SIULL PILL SMALL COSE. SUALLPRICt
V P: -
I V I
IMtV LiANTlltiN ri ltMTI ItK at ISM
pctoim STen.r. J. w. 4ES
TOR iAt.l V ALVA BLR VAT KMT IIS-
T" -hj. in ii-i r. .-v.m in t- 'el loa SI
MS nnleblns Wi.tae, r6 rta-sllMs M . VLtisja
Ps; preemee 1te end : t. lull p..ttlr.iats
KohT i. WALK K St. I.ernur.
WANTED An m-lee Trsertlwr esW-amaa !
wlls caersl hs of Mr Mrrrbsliee t.
Birerbsnts .. mt ae snd eteeseee ts
soteeast linn .'rt - I IT W aLltto. M . t litcece.
WAXTEn A LAIV TO HAKAOR A
Orsnr a office, sl brroa-a Imism. Ii in. Pa
ssnas Prats!. eiSc -tirsnse Ll t": a aletsdld
.ppnrin.iie: address a itb etaaip, Tbs Itt.Cuua
let UmllcsJ Iseiitste. e-mlS bVrad tlkd.
SALISMKN WANTBO T ) t-kLL M huEKT
HUlrt. iMtBSlMiCie permawnc essre Md .
nnSKMnn. timet tr. M tite t. terse.
- w ... m iiin'ai.a m , .i,nrri
husbrater. . X.
WAWTKI) iKKKt. rTlt A'tKr T
ope. beodqsan-rs I. mh pnsr.pal stte.
tnMfrlwitnUiil f etii bs-lbree sad si
p St loral and eoh-as ate la erere city la tbe
stale : t-akele trell kaooa. ela(.e se Soar. I. eel-
Trees! oratastl. SOU pee s art i tt of Ml M IW
pet rest AdJreee tnt CMuS tXaIAV
?st Bruada.ti, Nr. Vara. as
T VMBkR-Ll BB'.K AKO (ulliaCl or
L-i ail (tadee. ra. err-ire ar.ty rlpolwM I.
ibe lumber yards of (tmi at fnoa 11 Vt t.
eiuipeeaayo. app.e a'.l. la peteo. W k. s
rltOPKR Bern 'err of the tSitraro Lnmbee
) s-d Dealer's t lain, nn. l t liaaiurr of
Oasssrrre. a. B corwr La,: and Wsabinftwa
steoess, iikwi, I a. a
J. M. BEAfc.lLEV.
ATTORMT AT LAW-(V, auk J. tea
a-orUiy, ITst rCoad Airnue
We make two special offerings
. Dress Goods
1 . Doubla Fnl.! TVnsaa Tn.neiala
In a variety of shades and mix.
A fturpripinglTlow price for first
2. Wool Suiting. 30 tscbee
wide, plain shade at
You ha rent seen their equal for
anywhere near 25c.
If to are a money aarr yoa will la
vrrt'rste. It win pa? yea ta take a
Kleaoe throe r oar
Rock Island. Illinois.
Jit K.VjX A UI KT,
ATTUKBITS AVI W. ttfSr. I. Mnrk leisad
HsuotsJ steaBaiidlnf. kmal.Aa4.llL
svasssv. r. L. wslbsb.
ATTORITg AI Cot EUjI .Its AT LAW
"So la tleisTstaa s t-bav. kacA i.lai. lu.
rEMBT A arEMBV,
TTORSITW AT LAW-Loa. ataaeei
i secanry, sask. eoliectkaM. kvbmn. Mil. b
I a Lynde. bMkrrs. iMBos la rwiottt. be.k .
THE DAILT AKt.LS.
TOR SALE EVERT KVIM!U el rrsasptsa's
-ewe ni.i.. r lee reaie per copy.
liRH. Bl'TIIEKIXIRU A HITLER,
R ADCATES Or" Til tilTAhli) VETBKA
Irecoleee. Vetrmare tbTrlniii a -inie,.aq
Oataet Tllsil . Liey etable; streaWsae: Cfeae
Aster Bsorry. auvket ssare.
Toe.tbspap.kwW.K ArulTABl E roPM
lUKakl. It le .or. by I e lie, ei.kitif cuaalart
and s rd furav. For parUsstsis sfdnw
ELGIN CORSET CO .
kitu H.trt', ELull. ILL.
Teaches ris et.deais a
traJr ur ibes at arte
tbeai la rslros. erti
Ben f.e rirr-em
Is-IS Jxtniu.1. Wm.
W. C. MAUCKLR,
llsrtag asmbised tbe
Properly srakb be bae bad ieau.d lor tbe be.
tol b. ht.n. la aoar peeparrd to anoss
avndale Uaaeiral (Seels.
Day and Regular BoardiDg
St eery res.sa.bli araaa.
B a) sle. esced fcs ta.
at las esaxpW a-Hb a cbsles be of
f srss aeadav a ecawt.
W. an ta. MiS. i in
0s asl laJ to fit sa brats Men Castrwtln,
ie-iasj - tt .frinsiao-
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Furniture and Carpet Dealers
Have the largest stabllhtant West of CUcac.
DONT KOKOET THE PLACF.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 ami 1527 Second Avenue,
And No 124, 12(5 aod 128 Sim-nth 8Uet,
ixtarokarKo tnnsa tbe Taa bTatb law."
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
ttpea s.!f Ires. a to p a. aad e-.srday rieHsri fasai I bs Se'rWca.
rive -r cent luleresl paiJ .r, itapoaits. Money Ioae4 oa PersoaaUCoU
later al. or Real Estate Secafitr
4- - BCrXMLO, Caaabw.
K. r. KEtNuLTM. rres f c. DCVKMAXM. etca fW
r. U Hitraell E r Krro-Jls. t C. D.tA.s j.o.w.rt c r Irt.t.
Tliorouglily Good Millinery
Btodvalftotlly proves much cbapet la
The reputation which we have es
tablished Uir krep-.tig the beet ad latest
style railll&ery la the city. Is ire!; ap
h.Uly EVERY HAT AND BONNET
SHOWN. There l a tflctiactiva ITT
and STYLE and aa ELEGANCE of
FINISH about ocr tailUaery which ta
doe entirely to the scperiority ta tha
makit-g Our DESIGNS are ORIGI
NAL aaJ PRIVATE to oaraelvea. aad
therefure. cannot be dcptlcatad with
the FASHIONABLE EFFECT.
arre-s-su Be B.ie. ... sn.
MRS. P. GREENAVJALT
1704 SECOND AVENUE.
Narrow Escape from Fire !
Bat prtc.s w.nt down m mO-hm wants of over dm wiahiag ta ber
OIL CLOTHS, SHADES, DRAPERY, Etc.
PRICES IN PLAIN FIGURES.
KANN 8c HUCKSTAEDT,
S i. 1811 aad 1S13 Sncnad aveaue.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gillon.
KOHN tSc ADLER,
IfcmoreJ to 219 SeT-ntxfrjib Strat
Buy a Pair of
Wn r rii u I c cl
FOB WET WEATHER.
Use Raven Gloss Dressing,
the belt far LJu-s titon. Nctct
caka, tracks Met injure tl-c U .t't.
Try a Uxi!c anj tc cxttvibccl.
Tbecpperintbis Boot Las a
patent lining ai-ldch ia Ofl
And Witerprocrt; Luaeriaxl ta rack
a mar.rrT aa to mak both Stool
arid back absolute! j
Fine Boots and Shoes,
t:t fVia Area ia.
llt SeooM Avatioe,
r . 1
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M eersk. L- be.
rn M'TdfU j TrBlH'"
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