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JAHNS & BERTELSEN,
uJ trii''r , att2 , :r.';-i i
Tinware And Hotjsk
!!-! SKCOXD AVENUE.
-Bought At Sheriffs Sale-
THE STOCK OF
Alexson & Ulmark
OF MOLINE. AT
Per Cent on the Dollar.
will bjing this stock to onr stores this week. They
a 3,000 of Stationery, Blank Books, PJush Goods
els and Sporting Good?,
ili an manufacturer's prices.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1703 and 1705 8ecoud Avenue.
Wholesale Dealers for
Copper-Smithing. Sheet Iron, Gas and
Steam Fitting, Also Sewer work.
BIKER & HOUSMAN,
Opposite Harper Hocsk.
.''I i- YI.I.
Howard Watches, Imported Watches,
H. D. FOLSOM.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Syrupy
Acts'qulckly, is perfectly aafejand never fails to cure all Lung trouble's.
TRY IT. 10c. 25c and 50c Bottle.
Medicine known (or all Kidney, Long andSUmach troubles. It
Thomas Kidney and Liver Pills.
6c a Bottle Sample free.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
which we will close out at
Druggist, Bock IaUnd.
THE COLLINS MATTE!!.
Ample Evidence Prod need that Be
is cot Eligible. i-
Mr. W. C. Collins is said toha"ecx
pressed the opin ion recently that he did
not th nk the democrat would be "uo
gentlematly" enough to unseat Mm in
the legislature.and that.as a consequence,
he would be allowed to ocoupy rirx.i
tion to which he is not legally en tilhd
Mr. Collins may be. and uodoubte )!; ir
proper young nan in many rwpecU,
but be cannot overlook the fact that his
position is not one cailing for thf cxer
cise of sympathy nor tbe display ;,f gt.n.
tlemanl, qualities. If the fact are as
already stated, he is infringing upon tbe
rights of the people, and stands before
them a usurper. And should he ish to
maintain wba'-evcr social standing he
may bave. be will hantly accomplish it
by evasion of the truth or by any Hubter
fuge known to the ripened and unsn-upu-lous
politician. Tbe facts will Uve to
speak for themselves.
Mr. Collins bag stated that bo never
voted in Kansas. Tbe published facts
are that he did. The matter is not, as
stated by the Moline Dupatch, "H ques
tion of veracity as between Mr. Collins
and the Kansan city clerk, with good odds
in favor of Collins so far as all thosu know
mm are concerned " It
is a Ques-
tion of what
tbe records show.
of what Mr. Collins
inclined to sat in the
waiter ado what are these odds in fa
vor of Mr. Collins, of which the IHtpaUh
speaks? Are they composed of Ins un
supported words as against the rejord he
made for himself ia Kansas; or if not
that whut are thej 1 Has Mr. Coifing not
distinctly stated that he never list his
residence hire because he h d m t vottd
elsewhere? The Kansas clerk gives evt
dence that he voted in that stall npon
two occasions. His own intentio n of re
turning here in the dim future, if be ever
had such an intention, matters not. He
blotted out such a hazy intention by his
act. But apart from that he gave addi
tional proof that his intention was directs
ly the opposite of that which - he subse
quently states. If that proof given then
will not outweigh his statement now he
must consider his solemn declaration un
der oath to be of less account t lan the
bare, unsupported words which be now
conveniently utters. Just previous to
bis marriage he swore that his residence
was in Kansas. Is it not useless for him
to attempt words of explanation in such
a case? And does be not pcrce ve that
the lees be says now about intent ion and
residence that the bitter it will 1 for his
When Mr .Col.ins submitted himstlf to
tbe voters for election he either t new that
he was ineligible or he did not. If he
knew it his own manliness shoul 1 be his
severest prompter in condemnat on of his
acts in thus misleading the people. If
that qna'ity in him is obtuse the electors
will give it an awakening If, on tbe other
hsnd.he did not know be was ineligible
his ignorance is no excuse, and be must
tike upon himself the burden of every
A DIGNIFIED POSITION.
The l.oadoa (-lochias t'eaapitay Pea
pie t'hrrrrally Accent the lit
Mtlaea ir Thry Jlaat Cease Fraaa
t.oed Kadravoren Their Purl.
From the amount of weeping and wail
ing and gnashing of teeth thai is being
manifested in some quarters in this city,
it is sadly apparent that someona is in a
pitiable plight. We have not intention
ally wtonged anyone, and have no desire
to. We have our own method? of con
ducting business and have no t me to de
vote to other people's business. We are
here to serve the public and to please the
public and if we are doing tht.t as in
deed we believe we are we are satisfied.
We bave not courted the enrai y or tbe
ill will of other firms. We have not
been accustomed to have mud t hrown at
us. and certainly never bave and never
will engage in mud throwing under any
We came here to encase in a nurelv
legitimate business, to inaugurate a bus
iness system in which all could participate
and reap the beuefit of. If susb a plan
of doing business has proven disastrous
to other institutions that is no fault of
ours. Tbe alurs and insinuations cast
upon our window displays is in
na way offensive to us. We
know from people who have a sense of
appreciation of our effort to please and
a successiui enort we believe we can say
without egotism and what, is an art.
parent eyesore to some is an attractive
scene to others. It is hardl necessarv
to say more than to repeat what we bave
uttered before, that we bave our own
long established business system, which
we propose to adhere strictly to, and are
tiling to abide by the judrment, good
sense and appreciation of the public. We
are here to stay. We recogt ize no com
petition, and snarls, and bib: from anv
source do not bother us. and will not in
any rense sflect u?. Our goo' and
pr'ces constitute our stronghold on the
public. We have been ben: but a short
time, and yet we believe we have demon
strated that tbe methods w bich brought
mud surging from some few sources bave
won us trends in otber wa". We can
stand tbe one for the sake of ibe otber.and
if it must be so we welcome both.
London Clothing Co.
H. Cam Back.
"Io you really sell overcoate so much
cheaper than your competitors?" asked
a sceptical customer at Sinn n & Mosen
felder's yesterday. We toll him to look
through our stock,' get our prices, and
then look atound in other store. He
came bark and bought one.
Simon & Mot exfeldkr.
Art Invincible beating ftoves. Helper
cook stove, ana uve Uak at ovea, on easy
terms. Prices as low as U e lowest cash
price. Tbe Adam, 823 Brady street.
Prof. R. F. VVeidner begins a series of
bible lectures in tbe Young Men' Chris
tian Association, 18(17 Second avenue, at
3:30 p. m. tomorrow. Tho lecture are
four in number as follov s: Nov. 16
"The Canon or Scripture r Nov, 28,
"The Theme;" Nov. 30, ' rhe Author;'
Dec. 7. "The Writers., Thi is un
donbieoly a rich treat for the young men
of Rock Island All young men are cor
dially invited. Bring pencils and note
paper. AH who have heard Prof. Weid
ner need no fu.tber evident of hi abil
ity to deal with the; subj (cts in hand.
. These bible lecture are free.
Tbe London doe not w trade their low
price iti paper to draw 1 1 customers bnt
quietly give tbe public h u benefit when
they call at tbelr store. They will posi
tively undersell any price named. ,
We repeat, the Londt a has brought
price down, and will k p them down.
THE BOOK ISLAND
Tbe Foster kid cloves at Lloyd & Stew
a small fm )y, 1118 Third
"The Banker- Diugh'r" at tha thea
Another new line of puS tie at Lloyd
Ladies' Home Journal November
at Cram pt on'.
f 6 chenile curtain at f 5, at Kann &
Dancing school at Armory hall Wed
Have you seen those Mocha glove at
Llojd & Stewart'.
Dancing school at Armorv hall
Mr. O. C. Houston, of Andaluaia. u
in the city today.
Have you seen the no bucklesusoendcr
at Lloyd A Stewart'.
$8-60 chenile curtains for 7 5n. at
Kann & Huckstaedi's.
W.50 chenile curtains for S 5(t
Kann & Huckstsedt's.
17 50 chenile curtains for fi .VI
nana & Uuckstxedt .
Tenderloin, stare riba. nic'n feet W
lard, etc., at Uilraore'a pork bouse.
The Libbie Conarcr came down vestcr.
day morning witn a propeller and two
The Silas Wricbt. Kit Carson and
Julia each broueht down sixteen atrinoa
Mr. Moses W. Porter, local editor of
the Aledo Record, was in the citv todav
Choice bisque and forget-me-not pict
ure moulding of the flnelt oualitv. at K.
Crampton & Co's.
Geo. W. D. Harris sold todav John
Clarte' Elm street property to Wm. Mc
V.niro far tiA fu
J a va ap-XflWt
Simon & Mosenfelder had a regular
overcoat picnic yesterday, and their cus
tomers bad one as well.
A number of telephones were burned
out in tbe city last nigbt by a number of
electric wire of various companies com
ing in contact.
Reliable goods and low Dricea knock th
bottom out of Brag, Blow & Co. tMmon
& Mosenfelder deal with facta only. No
loaiancing in ours.
A marriage license was issued todav
to Adam Alday and Mrs. Marv Reimera.
of Moline. Alday's demented wife died in
Minnesota the past eummer.
Application was made todav to incor
porate tbe Moline Journal com nan v. The
directors are: K. D. Eastman, Ed.
Crampton and L. F. Crampton.
Little yarns, big yarns, no matter how
cutely gotten off. will be detected any
how. Simon & Mosenfelder s Dricea and
quality of goods dify competition
The funeral of the late Alfred Bauch-
man will tea beld from the home of his
daughter, Mr. John Mussler, on Second
avenue and Tweny-first street at 3 p.m.
Kann & Hucksteadt have just boucht
and received from from an assignee sale a
large invoice of chenile drapery curtains
and are giving their customers the bene-
nt or the sale.
Tour attention is particularly called to
tbe full line of family and leachera' bi
bles at especially low price to be had at
Cramptou'a book store. Notice the
price and profit by them.
County Treasurer Camntxll Bled his
bond today with tbe county clerk. It ia
in tbe sum of f 50U.0U0. and is signed by
A. Hover. E. P. Revnolda r P
Lynde, Phil Mitchell, T. J. Robinson. P.
. Mitchell and Wm. Miller.
The Moline Y. M. C. A. building
old by Master in Chancery Curtis at the
court house this afternoon to Cbas. F.
Herocnway for 17.013 56. Mr. Hemen-
way buying it in for the benefit of the
creditors. Tbe buiHin coat orioinallv
There is nothing new from tbe miners'
strike in South Moline township. Mine
owners and men are still firm, the former
refusing to accede to the demands of the
colliers for higher wazea. and the latter
holding out that they will not resun e
unless tbey are raised.
Tbe jury composed of Messrs. J. I).
Culton, 8- L. Frink. J. T. Dickson, L.
A. Sharp, Henry Sage and Wm. Johnson
in the case of Dr. Palmer, the magnetic
healer of Davenport, against N. Wilder
mutb, of Moline, for fees for medical ser
vices, failed to agree and were discharged
last night by Magistrate Wivill. This
necessitates another trial.
Nybladh is still in trouble. The rase
of F. S Murphy against Rev. C. A. Ny
bladh Is on trial in tbe circuit court at
Galesburg. This is to recover nay for
legal servic-s rendered Mr. Nybladh dur
ing the litre when Mr. Murphy was one
of bis at ornevs in tbe several cases grow
ing out of the Anna Anderson bastardy
charge. Mr. Nybladh is represented by
M.J. Dougherty, and E H. Leach as
sists Mr. Murpby. Mr. Nybladh is pres.
ent in court. Several attorneys were out
on tbe stand to testify to tbe value of the
services. A jury is hearing the case.
The stride Tawcr.
Tbe Rock Island engineers here bave
prepared plana for the rntting down of
the telegraph tower on tbe bridee. It
stands up in the air now like an electric
light tower. It was built npon this gin
eantic model when the steamers on the
Mississippi all carried sky scraping
stacks, and nothing less than a collossal
tower would let them under. Tbe spin
dle, upon which the top of the tower re
volves woen me image is opened, is
badly bent by reason of the side pull
of the wires under hard winds when
laden with sleet and ice, and it
will be impossible to place upon
it tbe heavy lines for tbe transmission of
electric power to this city from the other
side or the river. Tbe top of tbe tower,
by the plana mentioned, is to he cut off
for fifteen feet, and a turn table placed
mere, meiine-raca being carried upon
it. This will take almost any amount of
weight with safety, and the tower will
ttill be tall enough to accommodate tbe
most ambmoua steamer on the river.
These plans, however, have not been ac
cepted by the war department, and may
not ne. joi. v mile more is at work on
plan of bis own looking to the same end
3 50 ulster ov.rcoat advertised by
some concerns you win una at the Lon'
don for $1.90.
Bill af Fare far Mataraaj-, Xav. IS.
Cranberries, celery, bulk and canned
oysters, turkeys, wild and tame ducks,
chickens, Malaga. Muscat and Concoid
grapes, oranges, bananas, figs and dates.
car fancy hand-picked Missouri apples
this week in Ben Davis, Jenetin, wine
sap, Milsnd, willow twig, Romanlte,
Peck s Pleasants and Domine apple, let
to ce, spinach, Canada rutabaga, tur
nips, parsnips, cabbage, cauliflower. Jer
sey sweet potatoes, horse radish, carrots.
parsley. Try our borne-msde mince
meat. It is fine. Telephone No. 1168
Don't forget that tie London has
brought prices down and will keep tbe in
down. - - f
Cam bl All aaaa.
We consider It no trouble to bow our
line of overcoat whether one buy or
not. ne ahow a mo,t elegant assort
ment of stylish, well-made garment, and
the price are lower than elsewhere. Of
coarse we know anyone can claim what
they like, but pat them to the teat com
pare and facta will tell.
Sim ok & MosmriLbKR.
Tbe London does aot approve of ad
venising price dm wnen they see over
coat advertised and boasted of at IS.50
which we aell for 90c ws think it tima ia
ABQUB, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 15.
iraa Mealakla Diaalay.
We take nleaanra laai.annnctno ik.t
hall open on Monday and Tuesday. Nov.
Kin ana lain.tn me cloak department of
Arnold's Bssiar. 129 West Second street,
Davenport, the most beautiful and com
plete line of sealskin garments ever shown
in this region.
Tbe reputation of onr honu tnr aotl -
ing reliable furs in the most perfect til
ting make and latest styles is known
throughout this country aad is fast
spreading across the ocean.
We shall be very much pleased to see
the Isdies and gentlemen of the three
cities, who we think will thoroughly ap
preciate the importance of this eibibit,
and Mr. Arnold personally will eitend
to all a hearty welcome.
A. E. BlTRKHARnT & Co ,
No. 113 West Fourth street,
The London is wide-awake, and will
knock tbe bottom out of aoy prices
At Trinity church. Rev. R. F. Sweet,
rector. tomorrow, the twenty-fourth
Sunday after Triniiy. Service at 10:45 a.
m.. 13 m. and 7 p. m. At the chapel at
2:30 p. m.
At Ibe Central Presbyterian church.
the usual service in tbe morning. preach
ing by tbe pastor, tbe Rev. J no. 11. Kerr.
8u ject: "The Heavenly Citizenship." No
evening service. Sunday school at 9:30a.
m. Y. P. 8. C. E at 6.45 d. m. -
At the United Presbyterian church.
preaching at 10:45 a. m. by tbe pastor.
Rev. H. C. Marshall. Subject: "What
Will I Do Then with Jesus who is Called
Christ?" No evening service. This con
gregation will join with others fn a un
ion temperance meeting at tbe Methodist
church. Young people s meeting at 8:45
At the Christian church, service
at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 d. m . con.
ducted by tbe pastor. Rev. T. W. Graf
ton. Subject: "The Ever Living
Christ." In the evening the congrega
tion will participate in tha nninn
temperance meeting at the Metho
dist chnrcb. Sunday school at 9 15 s.
m. Young people's meeting at 0 30 p. m
A l toe uroadway Presbyterian church.
tbe pastor. Rev. W. S. Mi.ii. will
preach at 10:45 a. m. Theme: "Pre
pare ye tbe Way of tbe Lord." Tb. re
will be no evening services. The con
gregation will join in the union tempt r
a nee meeting at the Metbodit church.
Sunday school at 9:10 a, m. South Park
Mission school st 2 30 p. m.
At tbe first M. E. church, preaching
at 10:45 a. m. by tbe pastor, the Rev. U.
W. Gue. The sacrament of tbe Lord'
supper will be administered at tbe close
of tbe sermon, and an opportunity given
for any to nnite with tbe church who
may so desire. 6:30 p. m. young peo
ple's meeting. C. E. Adams, leader. 7:30
m, thete will be a union temperance
meeting in this church of the several
christian churches of the city, and the
sermon win be preached by Rev. C. Tay
lor, ij. u , pastor of tbe First Baptiat
At tbe First Raptist church, nreart-
ing by tbe pastor, Rev Dr. Taylor. Morn-
ng services at 10.45 a. m. Sundav
school at 9 HO a. m., J. W. Welch, superin
tendent. Young people's meeting at 6.30
p. m., by Miss Fannie Petlit. Sub
lect: "With Jesus as Teacher." Instead
f the regular evening service there will
a union temperance meeting at the
First Methodist church. D. Tay
lor preaching tbe sermon. Subject:
"Temperance." Miasioo Sunday school
at the Forty fourth street chapel at 8 p.
m , Mr. C. L. Williams, superintendent.
Preaching at Forty-fourth street chapel
at 7:t p m. by Mr. Charles T. Knoi.
Yojr money is ready at the London's
office, if tbeir prices in every department
are not tower than elsewhere.
One of Hit- Hotel la-rk'a TrlxU.
The ; utiin:er r. aK hotel l-r is be-
gii.tiiu;; t. f":i! 1 1 is j tvoh uiUT the j-ast
soasnTi'a Ciiuipnipi. And if yon will M
kitu tell t.ie story bo in a much aluwd
iuuividuhL "Tor iu:iii-v." aav one of
tbeui, "th dork -ti dub- on getting
up j;t 7 oloik. Well, (til loy baiu
uiers on his door mid says a lady wants
to see liiia ut or.i c tii'Wii in the office;
cu:i I wait a tiiitiiiie, mjhI iioInmIv eli
will do. Up jnn:tiu the clerk and frills
down t t!- ground flor to find the .
enpant of Suite A. lor cxaiiil, laving
for liitn. "Good morning, rnadatu,'
says the clerk, li.nir: how vim have
kept me waitira!' t-lie tvj.ln--,. -Very
Sorry." Kiy.silit- clerk, wishing in his soul
tliJrt Up bad kept In r h.ilf an hour. Tln-n
tJit- lnus airni:i: ! intend to stvtid the
day in tuwti, and ot up earlv to we if
yo;i thought the l.i oVlia-k train was bet
tor tlt:!:i t'.;e Hi:.' . What do you think?"
lie's ju.-t K'-t t Kril his ti-etii and Mini.-.
and s.ty tljat the 10 trai:t ist.i-tcrliy two
minute, but that b- think.'. :-ti-would
fin-1 li-ss cinders in and 1 ttvr views
from the 10:il. Tl..n slu-'ll than!; rritii
and take the II -Mi train." Xevv York
Oyster at Krell Jt Math'.
The Hotel Gordon is now for sale.
Cook wanted At 719 Elm street
Wanted Boarder at 806 Ninteenth
Tbe London makes a anecialtv nf fine
Oo to Hoi brook 'a. Davennort. for car.
pets and silk curtain.
If VOU Want the twat narina- kmlnui
buy tbe Hotel Gordon.
Tbe London has an "evcODener" in
tore for yon on overcoats.
Special sale Bilk curtain at The A.lum
323 Brady street, Davenport.
Send your frienda to Krrll fc M.tt.'a
for a dish or can of fresh oysters-
Call and see the hand-carved hot
suites at Uolbrook's. Davenport.
Tbe London' aim ia to build una. d.wwI
business on good goods st low prices.
Parlor suites and fanev rhaira nf
description at Holbrook's, Davenport.
Ice cream alwava On hand and aera-eH
ny ine uisn an winter at fctell & Malb s
A handsome line of book cases and
cabinet lust received at Uolbrook's. Dav
An elegant aaaortment nf dirties tal.Ua
chairs and hat racks at Uolbrook's. Dav
Blanket. COmfortab'e mattreaaea nil.
low rare bargain, at the Adams, STi
tsrady atreet, Uavenport.
When VOU want a niee rtlak nt fr..h
oysters step in to Krell & Math's and or
der them np la any style.
Bedroom Suites, narlor auttea 1nnnn.a
fancy rockers, sideboard, dining utiles;
full line at Tbe Adama. Sll Rrad atra.1
Tbe Crown dlninv hall Kn i?fia M
ond avenue, la now readv u fnmiah
tne ocai meat in the city lor 23 cent.
o. jonnaon, proprietor.
Unless the London baa a' .mtt
m y nevur aavtruae it a a bargain. Yon
never sear our ciera y, "aorry. hot
that specie: feature is all gone."
W- a m
oear in mina we do not quit making l:e
cream when cold weather aeta in. and yon
can get it in any quantity la tbe coldest
vrauier. nemetnoer ivreu dt Math s aad
get tbe best.
50.000 to loaa oa real estate security,
ia sums of 3UU and upward, at lowest
current rates or Interest, without com
mission. K. W. Uurst, Attorney at
law, Kock laiaaa.
No one lo the whole world can beat
the Liooaon In price and goods.
It is daogeron to neglect catarrh, for
ttieaoa to DroDcbtUa and cocsumpUoa
uoaa Barr.jarlll care catarrh la iU
The weakest mast trn u the all
Ivation Oil is bound to outstrip sll
npetltors. No wonder, it ia oanA aiut
cheap. Only 25 cenu a bottle.
Men' anion caesimere suit for $1.90
tbe London, which others sell for
J. K. Moaracs, ... afanafer.
MONDAY, NOV., 10th.
i 1LS V ' "
TUB TALENTED ACTRCSS
Or.r Claim to
THK FINEST WARDHOBR.
TIH BlfT AKTNTS.
TH K U K K A T EST PLA a,
Saitpnrted hjr their owa
RfPhKB DIMNATlC Ol.
A knnwUHlirrd hi the n-n aait puhllr m ba It
ft'rungrrt company that eter atereil ai popaimr
THE BANKER'S DAUGHTER
Thin wt-k Knrk laland rmle ca alintM a
aenea of T' frformnnrr .r ile low price of
NOTE Tha ro-inm-of Mink Mnart t mmU
of beotT. and arc direct frrxn W. rib nf lrt
and New York .
ONE MiitIT ONLY.
THURSDAY, NOV. 20th.
Tbe T.agedu nne.
!u tikriearr'. Urrala -I Traitii Hl-,
litciv Alael Ui.
A almns Compuij vt plijer. Ab-ulau cw
rect HtMunrai ciwiiimn and pr-iprrllra.
Si at on aal. Taetajr tih. at tb II r.t llnoe
Price 50 -. 7.V anJ lk
su per earn rrduritoa fir Ibe nrxi data
ea HuiraaiHl !(nii4 U akixia.
No. 110, 11J and tait, Tblrd Are-
Kx K INLAND.
I. tb rkeapet piao In tha room to hoy rr
naara. Bii, Paiata, Una. etc.
HORST VON KCECKR1TZ. Paamirt
Pasacairnaa a SnriaLTT.
Fourth Ave. and Twenty-Third St.
ia sra or
1200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to Ave times tbe amount
of the loan.
tntereat ? ne eana nl iMn.r. miumi . . .
E. W. HUT18T,
Attorney at Law
Hoosat I aad t Masonic Temple.
ROTK MLAVD ILL
SatMay, Aug. 30,1
Lloyd & Stewart.
W. C. MAUCKER,
navlec rorrktae the
fncerty ebh k W ha. kad nfillrl for tae ko
tal kailai.a. la aoar wp ' la atcoaa
aaooata Uaaaarat farata.
Day and Regular Boarding
B. bj alao racMa ia the
Mptaos artth a eketca lot af Orocartaa.
r ana aradooa a .pacha: 17.
-r ATTii .ri
laaiai arrax av. n. sniaiaa ai.a
rjaatraa. Wm tut tanaa a. ta.
rVk Raadaenaaad rrttavaall rkilinalaa !
cttit to a btUoo. atataof tha -j 1 -t1! as
Itzzaaaa, Mum, In n alaaaa. lMna mjmt
aaiin. la l tha a a. Wbito ta.iaaoa.
llaaAaeha, yet Carter's LIMa IJvar MM are
equally TmlaahlalD Coaatltauaoa. rarua aad pra
"ll ta.ldltml-T-otlboaoiaaa. kjoitibuih
low aad ratrakaia too fan wila. Et a lllkiajiain
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bi fa oitmuiv vKTtL(4dWy wrll rKt b -.rtW
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CUXXa AJIO 0LAS9,
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1. Double Fold Dress Flannels
in a variety of shades and mix
A sTjrprifdngly low price for flrrt
Rock Island Illinois.
Have the largest aatabUahmaat Wtt of Chief.
DONT FOKQET TOE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZUANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue.
And Nos. 124, l) mod 12s Slxtwath 8 tree t,
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, TT.T.
Oradallrfrasa! bl, aad aatardaf rvaalaf. rraaa T a a-claxaX.
Five par cent iataraat raii on Dapoalta. Uoutf Loaa4oa FwrMawsJ. Col
UteraJ. or Real Catau Secmrtty
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Narrow Escape from Fire!
Bat price west djwa V meet th wants of every one wrlahlt to hmr
OIL CLOTHS, SHADES, DRAPERY, Etc.
PRICES IS PLAIN FIGURES.
KANN & HUCKSTAEDT,
No. 1SI1 and 1313 rVcoeJ a-vao.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
. $2.50 Per Gallon.
RemoTd to 219
P. LaJirtTiae Sbnra ia all tite sew slyW aad patieras.
For Ladles' FSaw Party Slipprra ia Bw md catcky akaalc.
For Mrs' Patrat Uatbrr. Cnrdoyaa aaJ Frewrw Calf ia svyw fall tttjte.
STABY, BERGER & SHXLL.
Secoae aaJ Oarriaoa St a. Saorxsaors to O. U. BceUt, Havre port.
3VL E. aVEURRIN,
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Choice Family Groceries
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Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
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wide, plain shades at
Ton haven't seen their equal for
anywhere near 25c
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FOR WET WEATHER.
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a manner as to males both front
F eak alr hj
E7r Cow Cms.