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JAHNS & BERTELSEN,
C -TS--. S 111 I -CI CO
Tinware And Hotjbk
I Cli MCCOND AVENUE,
-Bought At Sheriffs Sale-
THE STOCK OF
Alexson & TJlmark
OF MOLINE, AT
Per Cent on the Dollar.
will bring this stock to our stores this week. They
a 3.0U0 of Stationery, Blank Books, PJush Goods
els and Sporting Goods, which we will close out at
than manufacturer's prices.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1703 and 1705 Second Avenue.
Wholesale Dealers for
Copper-Smithing, Sheet Iron, Gas and
Steam Fitting, Also Sewer work.
BAKER & HOUSMAN,
Opposite Haepkr Hocse.
Howard Watches, Imported Watches,
H. D. FOILSOM.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Syrup:
Actg.quickly, in perfectly saft.and new fails to cure all Long troubles.
Medicine known lor all Kidney, Long andlSton-ach trooblea. Ii -
Thomas Kidney and Liver Pills.
Be a Bottle Samples free.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
10c, 25c and 50c Bottle.
Druggist, Bock Island.
IT IS COMING HERE.
The Had '.Office of the Modem
Woodmen of America
. C W. Kawra Klteta Hn ci.rh
Kork lalaad i. to k a Bla t al..
Ka.t Kalelara aad MrKlaatle
Apply Kither-Srw Offl.
The report of Head Consul Root, of
the Modern Woodmen, as read before the
head camp metting at Springfield, shows
the total amount of benefit pai.l out
since 1884 to be f 890.199 15. aa follow.:
1884 to 1885. $40,199.15; 1886 to 1888,
$227,000:1888 to 1890. 1623,000. The
enrolled membership October 1. 1890.
was 43.300, a gain in the last two yearj
of 19.527. The death rate in lheord;r
average. 7.97 per 1.000 in the eight
states, and, as compared with otbtr ben
enciary orders, is very low.
The report dwells at length upen the
litigation growing out of the remi val of
Or. McEinuie. and instituted a compari
son between the atatrmenla made by Dr.
McKionle and the showing of tl.e of
At a caucus held by the deleg ation,
from the several slates, a committee of
five from each stale was appointed to
consider the f roposed revision of the
laws and report back. These reports will
be Uken as a bans for the report which
the standing committee wilt make to the
Rock Island was honored in the elec
tion of head officers. Maj- C. W. Rawe.
being elected head clerk, and no wiser
choice could have been made. The new
officers which supplant the Root crowd
Heead consul Wm. A.
Head clerk C. W. Hawes,
Head advisor II. C- Hedge.. Lansing,
Head banter P. C. Zink, Grand Isl
Head phy fcician Dr. Prank 8 wallow,
V alley Falls. Wis.
Head escort W. H. Dawson. Clayton,
Head watchman R. II. Hasse, Hsmp
Head sentry E. L. Mentch, Curey. 111.
A board of Cirectors was also elected.
The election of Msj. C. W. Hawe as
head clerk practiaally insures ths head
offices for Rook Island. This ill not
only bring to the cily fifteen cleJks and
their families but will greatly increase the
importance of our post office, aud add
very .'materially to our bank deposits
monthly. The salary of the held clerk
if $ 1.5IK) per annum. Msj. Ilswjs.expe
rience in oflicesof public trust lis post
master, deputy, county clerk, etc., gives
him a varied experience that wiU be of
great advantage to him in bis new field.
ADVAM?INU THK CITY.
Tho Ritrk Inland Iiapravreaeat Aaac-f-lallan
Holds on) or Ita 'lay partaatt
Krrimo-Varloam Maitrr. Krrrlve)
The I tuck Islaud Citlens' Improvement
association held its regular monthly nett
ing last evening, President .Wkson in
the chair and a large attendance of rep
resentative citizens. Tee call of com
mittees showeil progress in various pro
jects which have enlisted the associa
tion's support and encouragement.
Under the head of the Hennepin cansl
Secretary Searle read s dispatnl, showing
the interference of Moline parlies with
the engineer's plans for the commence
ment of the work on the CRral at the
mouth of Ri ck river. A discussion
followed in which the altitude of the
movement in Moline was fully exposed,
the aim of the Moline people be ng to
creat the impression that holderi of
the Milan water p.iwer were planning
to get extortionate charges from the gov
ernment. The best way to meet this
was said to lie for all property holders to
waive claims provided the government
dams were built suhstantislly on. the lines
of the eld dams, to that t ifir w.tor
power rights would not suffer. Mr. P.
Mitchell snid that he had understood
from Mr. David Sears tUt al. were will
ingto acquiesce who had been seen. Mr.
J. II. Wilson said for one he should not
stand in the way of the improvement, and
Capt. J. M. Montgomery expressed him
self as glad to co-operate in a proper ad
justment. The propriety of getting the
ten or twelve different parties Interested
in the water power together, so that a
definite assurance might be formulated
for the information and assurance of the
government authorities was agreed to.
and on motion of Capt. Peet, Chairman
Jackson was directed to app lint a spec
ial committee of five to brine; this about.'"
The committee on advertising r .'ported
having giveu the C , R. I. at P. 1,030
copies of RocklsWnd Illustrated, and the
R. I. & P. 1,000 also for diet ibution, and
submitted the following resolution which
Whereas. The Rock Island Citizen
Improvement Association, recognizing
the value to the commercial interests of
any community of a publication devoted
to those interesu. i s well a promoting
me growm i a puf-e, ana recognizing
that such a publication has been estab
lished in our midst, edited and managed
by journalists whose interests are located
in this great commercial cec tre. There
fore be it
Retolved, That this association, appre
ciating the efforts of the TV i City Trad
Journal in issuing one of the finest trade
publications in the west, and regarding
it a. as a valuable aid in ad rertiBing the
facilities of this locality i nd thna induc
ing new industries to locate in our midst,
do hereby recommend the . tid journal to
the support of all business men.
The asssociation also endorsed a pel!
tion of the faculty and students of Au
gustana college for a sidewulk on Thirty'
eighth street end instruc.ed President
Jackson to present the sarao to the city
council, and referrel to .he executive
committee a communication from W. B.
Ferguson in relation to co-operating with
Davenport in next yeai a ct.rnival.
Mr. Fred Hass reported thit ell that
was necessary now in the way of the via
duct was to secure from the legislature
in January the reding of ti e state juris
Catarrah indicates impure blood, and
to cure it takts Hood'. Sarttadarilla. which
purifies the blood. Sold I v all druggist.
Advrrtlard E4at X. 4
Lift of letters anralled for at the Foatnfllce at
Hock Island, Roc a Inland conniv, Ullaole.
nor. m, isw:
Adam. ThonM K Doyle IE
B.uation Ju U JuboM b C
Blancaard Walron c Kaiaer MIm Kate
Campbell Miss Linda Marks I Harvey
Can Mies Minnie L Htotll Mrs M J
Cook AM Suiith M Margaret
Donald Mn E F - Tengq niet Miaa Jennie
HOWAK 3 WELLS, f . M.
What', the nse of sittin all day in the
house With a bad cold or i.arkW
when Dr. Bull's Cough Si-rap will core
! 1 . .' . w -
juu ui buuii lung, -
THE ROCK ISLAND
Spinach and lettuce at May's.
Turkey, duck, and chickens at May'.
Malaga and Concord grapes at May's.
Wanted Boarders tt 806 Ninteentb
The London makes a specialty of fine
Ducks, chickens, oyster, and c.lery at
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Hodges has been brightened to the ad
vent of a son.
J- E. Chandler, the Bardolch brick
man, is in the city.
Mr. John Rodenbaugh, of8wedona,
was in the city today.
Irish frieze overcoats and ulster, at Si
mon A Mosenfelder'..
.KMi',B- T- Cable's actual majority in
tne Eleventh conyressional district from
revised return is 1973.
St. Paul Missionary Guild meet, to
night at Trinity church.
The London haa an eye-opener' in
store for you on overcoats.
Special sale silk curtains at The Adams,
orauj street, Davenport.
No one in the whole world can beat
the London in prices and goods.
The London's aim is to build up a good
business on good goods at low pri.
We repeat, the London has brought
price, down, and will keep them down.
Don't forget that the London has
brought price, down and will keep tbem
Th London is wide-awake, and will
knock the bottom ut of any price,
Men", union caesimere suits for 1.9
at the London, which others sell for
Sheriff-elect Gordon yei-U;rdav ap
pointed Henry Tomer, "of Zuma. bailiff
in bi. office.
Do not fail to read our notice in to
morrow evening's puper of a special sule
on Japanese poods for M
bury & Hon. '
3.50 ulster ov.rcota advertised by
some concerns von finri r
don for $1.90.
The real Bck'tan Klvaian .mn.t
satin lined tn ho hmii a. u.
, , - l'iiuiju ub nir
senfeider a, only.
Go toMie Centrsl church
le'a tentertainmeni this evening. Ten
Simon & Mosenfelder keep the genu
ine Moutenagh overcoats. Onlv nle in
town that has them.
Blankets. comfor:ah' mi
lows rare bargains, at the Adama, 322
Brady street. Davenport.
Yoar monev is reads at tho Tn.inn.
office, if their prices iu every department
are not lower than elsewhere.
If you want to see some really hand
some ulsters something entirely new
you want to step in at Simon & Mosen
eelder's. The Woman's Imnrovpmont
Trinity church will have a Swiss ba.ir at
armor j nan on tne linn and 1 1 lb of De
Bedroom suites, nurlor Bill tfU lnnnmi.
fancy rockers, sideboards, dining tables
full line at The A lams, nil Hr,l .tr.
Ask tO See the Silk facnrl nral.,.t
overcoat, at 5 85 lliev an. nno.t
era, and well worth $8.50. at Simon ,t
CbaS. H. Powell, mimaer ..f l. . I
van Remedy company, of Peoria, was io
the city on business tlay and included
the Altars in his calls.
Unless the London haa a
th.y nevsr advertise it as a birgam. You
never hear our clerks sav. aorrir hut
at special feature is all gone."
Mr. Chas. toungren has reeicned his
position as commissioner of Garnslcv
square, and the council will be obliged
to name a successor at it. next meeting.
1 he London does not annnve nf a.t
vertisine urices bnt when thi CPA AVAt- i
coats advertised and boasted of at $2 50
wuich we sell for 90c we think it fim to
Art Invincible hea'inir
cook stove, and Live Oak stoves, on easy
terms. Prices as low as the lowoat .h
price. The Adams. 323 Brady street.
The London does not oarailn thoir l
prices in papers to draw in customers but
quietly gives the public full benefit when
they csll at their store. They will posi
tively undersell any price named.
Emma nodd ali aa farir I nfta.on.
alias Drunken Em waa arrested Tuesday
io uavenport lor the larceny several
week, aso of some underwear
store of I E. Arnold of this ritv.
Lost Oa Twtlfih i-trect or First
avenue to Eleventh street, a breast nin
in me snape ot a violet. A reward
f 5 will be given if returned to Jos. W
Bracket!. 1108 Firs: ayenue. or to the
Akous office. .
The "X. Y. Z ' rlllh o.va o .,.
able private masquerade dance at Turner
ball last evenintr. Them aiiK.Hn
couple of Rock Island, Davenport and
Moline VOUnC neonle present ami .11
joyed themselves greatly.
200 first claS etvlish made overcoat
chinchillas, meltons and cassimeres. for
mer price f 9, our price now at $6.50.
See them, tbev are heantioa
Rothschild, corner Second and Bradv
streets, Davenport. Iowa.
'Well. I declare! I don't are linn: vnn
can afford to sell such overcoats at the
price I Doz.'ns of customers .tnn
themselves daily in this manner about the
mo t . .
cu.ou overcoats . i ney are immense and
no mistake at Simon & Mosenfelder'..
The ladies of the Y. W. C. T. U. are
distribuiins copies of the '-Union Sig
nal," the official organ of the society, on
the front-page of the November num
ber of which is an excellent cut of the
temple now being built by the union in
The boy. delivering the dodgers for
the Stuart company have adopted a very
disagreeable habit ot ringing door bells al
bouses where tbey leave them. Tbey
thus become public nuisances, and the
management of the company should or
der It stopped.
The case of Dr. Palmer the magnetic
healer, against Wildermutb or Moline. i.
again on trial today before Magistrate
Wlvill. 8. W. t'easle appears for the
plaintiff and Wm. MoEoiry for the de
fense. During the cross examination of
Palmer this morning, when asked where
he got hie license to practice, he said it
came from the court of hich heaven.
Grand tweet ins Kadncuon
Overcoats, tor mer price J9, onr price
now -$8.50. A close inspection will con
vince yon that they are good value at 910
and $12. . Isaac Rothschild.
Cor. Second and Brady street. Daven
W. OaarrntM Oar Prices
The lowest in the stale. If yon can do
as well you are welcome to have your
Simon & Mosenfbldkr.
"Where Ware Too Born?
Send date of birth and ten cents, and
we will di lineate your character according
to tbe earth sign aa given in the science
of "Solar Biology." Address,
3156 Fifth avenue. Rock Island. 111.
Mr. Frank Davis, 157 W. Balto St,
Baltimore, Md., writes: Hav.ng ex
perk need gr at pain from asrvere stiff
neck. I tried Salvation Oil, which I am
thankful t say gave me instant relief.
Why delay in buying yourself ar'
cuas iutn you can gei your
601) elegantly trimmed and!-,
overcoats at $6.50, totrM tVy
Call eerlT while size 0
iw nut Li CUillHL rtlUil."
I a v v n an a a m- tt wm r- m ,, I
Aot for W. C. Collins n This
r Year.- -'
He IXd ely Vote aBPe a UM
Hat Twice at aar.ad ainHm
that Rank 1'ovmtjr wm Hia Steal
W. C. Collins' tribulation, aa a politi
cian are increasing. He cannot pot acta
himself of the honor, he has so eagerly
coveted, and the little prefix be baa la
bored and struggled for has slipped away
from bim lust when be thought it waa
within bis grasp.
More than substantiating the proof that
eame yesterday of Collins' having voted
in Hutchinson, Kan , in 1887. came the
following further dispatch to the A rocs
ibis niornitg, in reply tt a message aa to
what election Collins' voted in there:
Hutchinson. Kan . Nov. 14. There
were thtee elections herein 1887 April
6ib, cily; Aug. JBtb.city bond., and Nov.
5tb, general. Regialration indicates be
voted in the first two named in the Fourth
want. Wm. M. Ikgham. City Clerk.
Further proof of Collin' ineligibility is
not needed as his having voted in Kan
sas shows that he considered that state
his home. But as further proof of bis
own intentions in the premises, Collins'
statement under oath may be taken. which
he made on his marriage affidavit here
Oct 27, 1880, when be swore that be was
a resident of Rush City. Kan. He was
then living at Rush Centre but the fol
lowing winter he moved to Hutchinson
and that was bi. borne until be came
back to Rock Island.
Thus i. remove all obstacles to J. A.
Wilson, having received the next highest
number of votes, taking the seat in the
Illinois legislature, which Collins cannot
Commenting at length on Mr Collins' in
eligibi i y today'. Chicago IlernM aa.:
Precedent give. W ilson, a democrat
and tbe next highest man on the legisla
tive ticket, the aeat made vacant by the
ineligibility of Collins. There can be no
doubt as to thia. The question is not an
open one in Illinois, aa it baa been passed
on by the highest tribunal. Tbe same
difficulty arose once before in this tuie
and was settled by the supreme court,
which ruled in the case of Stewart versus
H oges that votes ct for an ineligible
candidate are void, and the candidate re
ceiving the next highest vote moat be
declared elet ted. Through a long aeries
of years the same ruling haa been re
peatedly made by the Indiana
supreme court. In it a celebrated
case involving a aeat in the
United State senate, Matt Carpenter, on
behalf of the republicans, filed an ex
haustive argument In support of tbe doc
trine that the votes cast for ineligible
candidates, being void were not votes at
all. and that, therefore, the eliglblean
didate showing tbe next highest number
of votes received a majority of the legal
votes cast, and should consequently be
declared elected. All courts agree that
vote, cast for ineligible candidate, are
Judge Bradwell. howevir, differs from
the other legal luminaries. He aays that
if a candidate who is elected is protested
against be takes his seal and the bouse
passes on the protest. If he Unquali
fied a new election must be hi Id. and tbe
candidate who has received the next
largest number of vntea Hoea n.it mt iK.
seat because he bat not been elected by a
majority or tbe votes of tbe people.
DKATI1 OF ALFRED KAU(iHM AX
He I'aaaes Avy at Karlr ttaair
ThU Herailen Death f Mr. Adaaa
Alfred Baugbman died at 7 o'clock thia
moroin; at the bouse or bla danghler.
Mrs. John Mussler, corner of Second
avenue and Twenty-first street. De
ceased bad lived in this city upwards of
twenty years, and bad been employed in
tbe postclUce in making up tbe
mails. He was a widower at
the time of Lis death, and Ipivm
three daughters the one at whose
be died, Mrs. Geo. L. Allen and Mrs.
Myers as well as two sons Frank and
Clarence. Tbe immediate cause of his
death was ' constipation of the bowel.
His age, something over ,CS jears. No
definite arrangements have been made
regarding the funeral, but it will prob
ably take place on Sunday next.
The home of Mr. Adam Kramer In
South Rock Island is enshrouded in
gloom. Mrs. Kramer died at 1 :30 yes
terday afternoon of pneumonia. Her age
was forty-five years and two months, and
she leaves eighlchildren out of a fam
ily of ten six gill, and two boys. She
wai a kind-heaited woman, devoted to
her home and family, and much beloved
by all who knew her. The funeral will
be held at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternooti
Oysters at Krell & Math's.
The Hotel Gordon is now for sale.
Cook wanted-At 749 Elm street.
Go to Holbrook'a. Davenport, for car
pets and ailk curtains.
If you want the beat paying business
buy tbe Hotel Gordon.
Send your friend, to Krell & Math's
for a disb or can or fresh ojstera.
Call and see the band-carved bed room
uiles at Holhrook's. Davenport.
Parlor suites and fancy chairs of every
description at Holbrook'a. Davenport.
Ice cream always on band and served
by the dish all winter at Krell fc Math's.
A handsome line of hook cases and
cabinets just received at Holbrooke, Dav
enport. An elegant assortment of dining tables,
chair, and hat racks at Holbrook'a. Dav.
When you want a nice dish of freab
oysters step in to Krell A Math's and or
der tbem np in any style.
I The Crown dining ball. No. 1708 Sec-
I . I .
" "" ia now ready to lurnlab jou
the best meal in the city for 85 oenu. A.
B. Johnson, proprietor. -
Bear in mind we do not quit making be
cream when cold weather acta in. and you
can eet tt in any quantity In the coldest
weather. Remember Krell A Math's and
get tbe best
$50,000 to loan on real estate security
in sums of $200 and upward, at lowest
current rates of interest, without com
mission, yy. HUrst Attorney al
law. Rock Island.
During the present season of savin
lion 1.540 steamboats. 302 rafu and 59
targes nave passed through tbe bridge up
to this date. Navigation ha. nnt ,.ii.
ly closed, however, but it is thoaebt that
me canai win rw closed aome next week.
K.nmaf St. Lake's Maacitai farfvtaa
Expenses Nurse, 40; rent. $20: fro-
cwea. - j; nuicner.vj 40; extra nurse.
16: servant. $12: telephone. 119- i
$7; drugs, $5 80; milk, f 6; total, tl56
oo; Dumoer or patients, 0; died, 2;
cnargea, s; aa milled, l.
M- C Hoftmah. Secretary
u - We Qnaraatea Oar rYinaa
A Tbe lowest in tbe state. If you can
is well you are welcome to have
BIM0H tft KOWrraUKB,
NOVEMBER 14 i!,o .
Ws A parte atataacm !
Placed in our advertisements, and trv
to merit tbe same. Our overcoat sale is
one oi mi proofs.
Simox & MosEartLDE
J. K. Morraota, - - - Menace.
OKI WIKK COMMENCING
MONDAY. NOV., 10th.
Tng TAUNTED ACTRCf
Onr Claim to
THK FISKST W ARDItonR.
THS BB!T AKTIiTS.
THK t.ftKATOT I'LAH,
tt"ned ttf their nm a
SI I'KKH DKAMATK- .
A' knor,e- hr the imn and nnl.Hr t ha it
lr"Ket -anaay tbat rrr ajwjn-. al iitii.r
A WAIF OF THE HILLS.
Thl. werk SWk Uland nm.lr ran alirw. a
eneeof "Jc rf..rTT,nrr- j..r thr low tmcea uf
NOTE The enaianiranf I. Hah Mnart are mrvU
m -'7. ana arvdirrrt from W. nh uf l'.tt.
and New York.
90 percent red or l ion for the nnt Ml dav
on Raga-ira end rine: W ikon
ho. min. IMS and 111, Thtrd Arr
la tbe ebrapc-t piaer Intheroot.tjrtA huj rr
riacra. Knkcira. Paini on., etc
HORST VON KCECKRIT2. l'harm.. i.t
Fourth Ave. and Twenty-Third St
1 200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth frr-m
three to Ave times the amount
of the loan.
Interaat ? nee eent aml AhnMaiiw i - -
remitted frc of clia-v.
E. W. HURST,
Attornkt at Law
Booms S and Maaoaic Trrat-'a.
RiMTn: im.Asn nr.
Satnrflay, Aug.30, '90.
Lloyd & Stowart.
W. C. MAUCKER,
llariaf parrhtaed tbe
Property wkkk be ka. bad teStird ( lb b--tl
b.kiaaa. n aow prrrrd tn a-r.H-atcalate
Day and Regular Boarding
at vrrjr reaanaablc prirca.
Be la alee rearrd la the
at the me pmc w iih a cU.lr? tot of 4,rur-rt
aaaiaii .11B Sai,a.
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' iM-va aiifaninin. ff.
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of lllkanw. ercMard, brn-hy n... aoi, ltl,
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whlck time ali peranne bavinc elainM araiiwi
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breaa a&d bwdna at ttM eoart boa la Um citv
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ulk-r fr '.ti thlriacTO.T4ia; bwtrVwea
SlakMy tbrirr avrad basd Iham
Vbouirwuj Ihna UI Snd lla little put. val a.
l4alaaoroaar araralbal they wiii . bo nt
jujg tutht ajitijoat Uaan. But aftar aUaaek aaaal
'lr tbe Tana ef an many Uvea that We at abate
Vramakaoor buaaU Oox Bllacaitwaale)
- " r - in - tf i win in i
Vy eaay t-. lua IMnrtv. talla aai. duaa.
' bry are imn I y vraruhle and d. But art, or
Jtla In ri.l..l Bmu i abator I L Moid
7 wCKimTaaan, eraatvi i
CARTE aarrutM. --! ai va.
SMALL PILL Skill DOSE. SLUliPRlCE
ROCK ISLAND, I
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR Til EM)
l-tw!. and lw- .r la tbe panrr lot
-W .01..- -t-t." aad -Krt-Tofcra.
Utily ne htl rrnt award. Eimbjdr mode tble
roiunti Try it.
-c.Mid arennr. J. W. 4JCa
p"H vil.K-AHH L-.T .K MKUICAL IS-
at J. W . J. a, . a.ra,a baiMl eturr, lalt Sru.d
OK.Xl-IMa ri KNITl KK, brawhu aold
U.ir raehat.rnt. M.aMy kaa or faraltara
M..n-d al tsiutb.aat i.i Kiry and Tbifd Ma
FOR At.K VALI AHI.R r-ATSKT IN
r.ivrm. at n L. at.a. Now in attaai at
Mar Kltil.hn H oras llall-.a, Itillaaa.
f-. pron-rvra llfr an4 !iB.h: fne fall at!a4ara
ai-W 10 KIIT J. WALK UK. Invaei.-.
WANTED Aaarit.v Treielm; baleaaa to
a traini i.uruf Mr Urkadi. t.
m t hal.l oriiy. .tnai ara and rtavaara baid.
tlraJ oftce NS - :.T M aaLlnfton r-t . l.Kaao.
WANTEI..-4 LAUV TO MAMAOI A
ItraiKb orVv. at thrown b-waa. f u. Pa.
aioa. I rtn. r :-r:c: trl.fr Ijit"; a vt.edld
oi poni B.iy ; u.ltn. wuh Fiamn. Tne lr.laaa-
Medical In.'.itaU-.twatb bead lad.
ALkMMKN V) -ANTBU Tl kLL M haKHT
Niaiii.. iwra.artil. aj.ry aad at
1" ni-r.. or nata.. ffuea atari . o .tvrl
rat r ut-f ..ai r
lia trrr. ta ill, ft- trTKe.
Ii. -u-r. . I
a,. Ill ihl.lt IV., ararryi
WANTKD .KNtKAL tTATK AiltT TXJ
na b-laartm in ar pnnripaj eity.
a-tfcr rl(w:rruQil cf vur ba.br- and ai
tint kx-al aiMl 'ili. nta in e.vrv citv ta the
rialr : aim. wri; fcnoan. :aia a Sjor ta a. I.
v"raal crant. at4 nav . a.t mt of Srt to aj
j"t AilOT., tHI LMoS IVkftMl
741 bnia.), Svm nra. as
LI xr.all-Lt VHilt V AK1 UOHaMKM OP
ail E'aUr i aa M-ri-re ai.ajy rw.tMO)aaret la
ilie Inm r yar4. ft OiMao. at fro f I I.
t- "' r u) oa ani'ilraitua la cm. to k. E.
IH.f K K. ttarrrtarr of tbe I l.xara Laaibrv
a-d Itr.k-r'v A tati'Mi. ra. am i kuahrr mi
ttnamrrir. a. K. r'4-u.f LaSane and M abia!
eiiM-u. I'hiiaa-.i. 111.
i. M. liElkirsLEV,
TT(R"aT AT 1-AWOrW witk J. T. Kr
va-Uif. irst areuod Atnta.
Ji( KSU( k HIKST.
ATTX.K5ST AT I.A VT. 4r. ta Knrk lalaad
yauonal Hack Bui id it. H.wk laaaaa, lu.
a. d. awaaasr.
C- a. v.itaa.
SvtE5ET A vTlLEEB,
ATTonXE8 A5P Cut NfELW.Rt AT LAW
tnce la bn.M k Ur. Unci l.and. Ui.
StE.MBT A IrEMBFa
1 rriiRVlvn at I art .
A becarlt v, auk n! .ti, Mrfrernr.. M '.ua
ell A Lynde. baaarra. trfltae la rNwaoSV. biock
THE UaILT ACkl'S.
(R FALK kVFHT KVB!CKO at
bcw. Maud, five rait ore eufy.
ItCS. r.tTIlLiaUKD A Kl'ILEB,
lr.AtrATEOF THK NTAUII VirtKXA
1 1 rv r.U-. Vri-rmary lx,.ir..w aa. ruig.aaa
tMWt Tirtdali . L'Trry Mah; ttraidoare: Ova
A.irre nakrry. nu-k-t eqaarr .
Taaell the pnpelar M. B AtUVjlTAal.B POBM
f1Kt:7. It i.aora by l.arfea wt.bl Coaatavt
and a gaud foraa. For pmrtntmrm efdm
ELGIN CORSET CO .
Ktvre ava-r. CLolX. I LI.
rhes t atadvratea
aa- tbr. starts
! la ra.trnad a. MM,
tamd fa rt-m'ara
Al KXriM BfUMI.
It-It Jitfriua. aria.
IOO Years Ajjo
rtwyte didat einvct la read Baca, waste evr.
Ibta, aad lamp, ware a lalary awry bad y didat
Vow, we Ura airkl mto day. aad everybody was
Uai: bat a (HftU laap U rtlQ a laxary, wbiU
everybody doeeat bare.
I wtab yoa'd can aad aee tb
LITTLE JEWEL LAMP;
eoaetbiac really aew. aad tba aeatOaaa aaal bat
yet. candl. rommr. H .a Mai riae. aacfcat
f rntt, aad so aaefal aal cbea;s tbat .Tmj..,
waat a aav n.
G- M. LOOS LEY -
A aJ3dT - .-. dSUaWLA J Tr mT
We make two fpeyriaJ offering
La Dress Goods
1. Double Fold Dress Flannel,
la a variety of shades and mix
A. surprisingly low price for first
Rock Island. Illinois.
I Fuiniture and
nv. U tarcest rtbllatat Wm of C1Jea
DON'T KOKOET THE PLACE.
CLEM ANN & SALZCIANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
An J Nog. 124, 12rj aul 2A hlxWnth Street,
ROCK 18 LAND.
iooajvtTao rt.aa raa nK OT4TB
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Flv. pwrc.nl lntrrt PaiJ Lvajia. M .y kaa4 on raraotaUCoL.
Utwral r R.al Estau Swcwrttj
ie.aBTMouM.rw r c oikmaxm. vaiw j. bl scroan. CM-aaw
F. L M avbwl B Y aWn-lda. T C. Drkaaa Joba Vahaar o - .
J.J. Stataarva. I. . m
im A Ut aw. b.K ltera.
.Jn!ntiLCJ:,f d. tF
Narrow Escape from Fire!
Bat pries w.at J iwo to meeCth.
r I I (VIM
U VaVI UMI I Ui 1 LL-BlH I
OIL CLOTHS, SHADES, DRAPERY. Etc.
PRICES IN PLAIN FIGURES.
KANN & HUCKSTaAEDT,
No. 1SU aaj ISIS Sccoad avrau.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER,
RetnoTfd to 219 brTrntf?ntb SLrevt
Fur Laxlira' Tib. Sfanra ia aH lb m-m syVa aa4 pa'trres.
Far Lad its' Fio Parl Sliprers la aal calcliV aliaAe.
K.r Urm't Patral Lea-brr. C"rJot aa Md Frraa CV.f la tear tH et)l.
STABY. BERGER V S5XLL,
Secood aaJ UarrUr.a H'.a vct U. O. M. SckaUl. Davrarxart.
Choice Family Groceries
A trwtMe etora ad
ervaaa-. tt te
Dealer in Groceries and Provision
Use Riven Gloss Dressing,
tbe Lt for Udi tWi Never
calct, cTifli ri'.r injuin tJat k-At'ct.
Try a boul W U vviftced.
sbwaaa tatM da. a. a
YM rlfia AfcaiMr,
BcTaoad ' Bock.
2. Wool Suiting. 39 lackee
wide, plain shades &t -
Yon haven't even their equal tar
anywhere near 25c
If Vo are a SMosiej naver jo trill
vet!fata. It srifl par Jo f Us.
Claaoe Ui roach oar
wants ot rr.r oa. ariaht,( u bav
I U C" -
vcM aal Tve.tj-.ral &.. Rack. lalami.
f ta1na. A ot are od fajfcOc
Buy a Pair of
FOR WET WEATHER.
TbeorperlntLis Bot haa a
patent llnlnc. which la AS4, OQ
and Wattrrproof; Inserted torrjeh
a manner as to maks both front
.191 8oom4 Avwaua,
Wtrvm Bourn Blca.
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