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..is well we may try It again.
s,r mir Hops of undt rwear in
'Tt brokt-n. Rnii " 'he manufacturers
h" bpf o so ! 1" Ailing our orders.
"Thve riiKTifinirt t. bold our custom
" 1 1 rutliPS! ,lie v,rv life ou of the
we have on hand.
We be n"w 'n KXOte tremendous
,,vi of urulerwrnr, but in man j styles
uniM" to sbow a full line of sizes.
,:()ur ri!t rs are out for the missing
, , HIU .nrly deliveries promised, and
ffev re litl l come in on any train.
Vhnt w. h ive x aR follows:
I!j.'s' natural grey wool pants and
,, ,r.t nil nize) RO at 39c.
Ah.iut .'! ilcz-in Indies' jersey ribbed,
. . i .i . . . .
,1 wmil vefis uiu urawcnsifie
v,'sts all sizes. In pants some
fjZ'9 Itri' '"I imji. nuisn IUO Baino
e,)mteN-where at 75c.
One mh14" ,ot (only a few sizes) larlieV
vbi'r merino pants and vests g) at 25c
other? nk 4Hi- for ttiem.
Ail lii'e wool, (.carlet and natural
m'ii '! In koimN eliare the Same fate of
I 1 . . ,1 . 1 will aAn . 1. M
.mine ir in inn wwk, and nntii
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r.piim-u at "tv
1712- 17u- "16. "18.
-Bought At Sheriffs Sale-
THE STOCK OF
OF MOLINE, AT
Per Cent on the Dollar.
We will bring this stock to our stores this week. They
ha.l a 3,000 of Stationary, Blank Books, PJnsh Goods
Novels an.l Sporting Goods, which we will close out at
U'ss than manufacturer's prices.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1703 and 1705 Second Avenue.
A. J. SMITH & SON,
-ttm-k lnow replate with Noveltiei. Call and compare onr etock and prices.
A. J. SMITH Sc SON,
12- an.l 127 West Third Street. Odd. Masonic Temple, DAVENPORT.
-WaLL PAPER COMPANY-
31, 314 Twcntictli St.,
And PoatofBce Block, Moline. E0CK ISLAND.
FINE "WALL PAPER Eicluxive aeint for the following six lareeat Wall Paper
'"-': l!ifi!- -t Son, Jiiw:ijt 4 Co., KoIktI HotitM it Co., Nevin & llvllauU, St
1 irK W all p i,, r Co., mill Kotwrt Uravc A ;o.
SHE 't'r. HI'BCIAUS-Whii li Incladea all tba Art papers. Prices from 10 to SO per cent
'.. Inw iiltlnr ili-ulma
6rr IkUrr B Iff V
Howard Watches, Imported Watches,
H. D. FOXSOM.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Syrupy
Acts quickly, is perfectly safe and never fails to cure all Lung troubled.
TRY IT. JOc, 25c and 50c Bottles.
Medicine known for all Kidney, Lang and Btomach troubles, U
Thomas Kidney and Liver Pills.
6c a Battle Samples free.
Is a state of things. Owiog to the general
have been advanced od account of the
Increase of duties by the passage of the so
called 'McKinle, bill" we wish to make
the following statement:
We have recivrf - .
every manufacturer that the future prices
i mtAM ? from
fl.00tof300 on each garment. The
advance on plush garmenu will varv ac
cordtng to the grade of plush, from $3 00
to 53 50 per garment.
These are the prices we must pay to
replenish onr stock. Right here is where
the point to our story comes in. We
took advantage of the long discussion of
the tariff bill, and btlieving it would
surely pass we made our purchases ac
cordingly. With the result that we have
on our shelves today at old prices about
200 pluBh jackots and sarquea and about
250 short and lone cloth garment', which
we are selling on an average of 20 to 25
per cent below the market of today. Re
member these are our earl purchases, and
early prices will i revail so long as present
stock no'ds out.
t kwert. we i-hitll otter a I.
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of Men's Fcsrlet
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1720 and 1723 Skcohd Avknuk.
' js-w-a. .Ai- ssa sa.
Drngglat, Bock IsUncL
TINTON'S ALL EIGHT.
He is Perfectly Eligible to pie Leg-
Abj Amdarit PrvtaK Hta Tli le
""-: aiiitic Nrheaae t a at waa
has been hitherto stated in the Ar.
the investigations which lid to the
proving of W. C. Collins' inellBihilitv to
a seat in the nert Illinois legidatare,
aprang from an attempt on tie part of
i oi tne selNstjled fine workers of
local contingent of the ItfcKinlaw
party to prove that Mr. Geo. W. Viaton
dertocrat member elect from Mo ine is not
ble. It did not take lonir to estahliah
entire falsity of these chargi-i against
Vinton, oat, nevcrtht less, ihe before
mentioned fine workers starte.1 out on
another line of policy. Thev r.,rted to
strategy, and this was their scm nie: To
Collins resign btviMn
December 1, ia order to eive he sover-
time to call a specii 1 fltioh. ' to
ve nothing undone to elect a republi-
su cesser to Collins, nnd then
before the legislature at the
moment and contest Mr Vin-
"s sent on the ground of hi
ineligibility with a hope of Ketnne his
seat vacant too l&te to elect a successor
and thereby gain a member of the Ippia.
lature. But no matter what it A ..
Collins, the part of the nln hpk
Uim to Mr. Vinton must fail! and will
therefore hardly be attempted now as the
following affidavit received bv Hr Vint
Saturday removes all doubt as to his
ng a resident of Burlinmnn
ilhin the past five years:
State of Iowa, Des Moines County I,
John Mercer, city clerk of tae city of
uuuiugion, uea Moines county. Iowa, do
hereby certify that I have this day exan
.ned, at the reouest of (Unr w
the records of the proceedings of the city
council of this city and the rezisterof vo
la . .
icjb, buu nna mat since Aug. 4 1884. he
has not been a registered voter in thia
city, and further find that on the 4iu day
of August. ISM. the flkl'ftw incr tmAna
other proceedings were had by the city
council of said cits hr II h f
record in volume 13. at pte 146. to-wit:
"The mayor rend the resignation of
George W. Vinton as aldern an of the
second ward. The resignation was ao
Ceuted." T flirthvr rorlirn ,rnn m ww
I u,iu wj
aonal knowledge that the said George W.
i iumiu ubb uoi since ine nam last aoove
mentioned held anv nfflra of nn hi in tpnat
j . v. awu..w uoi
or profit under the government of the
city of Burlington, Iowa. rVitness my
hand and the seal of my office hereto at
vscDea, mis tain day ot JXovi mber. A. D.,
omr. jho. m. biekceb, Ultyk'lers;.
The reconls of Iowa. Mr. Vinton's for
serhome, prove his elicimb ltv. and the
records of Kmsas, Mr. Colli oa' old home,
prove his ineligibility. The records in
both cases stand out; you cainot go back
A SKELETON FOUND.
t'arxnlaiaeal Myter- I ararlkra
at Maliae-Ia It a VlctlaiorjFal Play T
Workmen engaged in excavating on
Seventeenth street near the central school
building, Moline, made a somewhat
startling discovery Saturday evening. It
isn't an everyday incident ith plowmen
to turn up human skulls bv a plow share.
Nevertheless such was the experience of
a plowman at Moline on Haturday eve
ning; and this was not all. His curiosity
aroused by his startling discovery led
him to closer investigation, -which revealed
the fact that he bad severed the skull
from the trnnk, the entire skeleton beiog
recovere i as a result. It t.ppeared to be
that of a man of middle ape, six feet tall,
and bad been buried fourti en incbea in
the ground in a somewhat cramped po
sition as if thrown in hurriedly.
It appeared to have been in the ground
fully fifteen years, and there was nothing
about it to indicate thai the body had
been given the privilege of burial in a
coffin or even a box. About the skeleton
were some brass buttons, and pearl but
tons and two buckles, one apparently
from a pair of pantaloons, and the other
The strange find recalls to the mind of
Washington Hughey, of Moline, an inci
dent of fifteen years a 40 when going
home one night, not lar from the spot
where the skeleton wa unearthed he
found a small bit of linen which had
the appearance of being the wrist-band
of a shirt. It was stained with blood,
and near by was a piece of a broken
cane, and all about footprints Uiat seemed
to show evidences of a struggle. -Mr.
Hughey notified Marsh il Wells at the
time, and that officer made an axsmina-
tion next day, but did rot find anything
on which to base a charge or a clue, and
the matter was dropped Perhaps a new
chapter has been op:ne I in a mysterious
Charles Swift for intr xication was ar
rested by Officer Bolaud, and fined 5
Olaf Lorena -n was arrested by Qffl.r
Sexton on complaint of Henry Coyne for
assault and battery . He was fined $5
Charles Chandler whs arrested Satur
day night by Officer Hotter on complaint
of John 5ones for obtaining goods under
false pretenses. Tbn complaint was
withdrawn this morning.
Burglars entered the plow shop store
Saturday nigbt and got away with $27
which they found in tie vault, the door
of which was fastened by a padlock that
they were not long in smashing.
George Burtis was arrested by Officer
Sexton on complaint of John Joers, a
Davenport constable, who came over and
got him and took him as far as the Dav
enport jail, when the prisoner suddenly
remembered that he had business else
where and left. Burtis had been arrested
once before by Officer Kramer, and served
the constable in the same way. Next
time he will put a alri ig on him. Burtis
is wanted for forgery.
The Verne Swain was in and out as
The Silas Wright, Pilot and Bella Mac
The stage of the ater waa 3:70 at
noon; the temperature at the bridge 46
it ia a geoerai oeuei mat mere la no
remedy for consumption, and possibly. In
some cases the aafn ion may be correct.
We know however of many cures made
Dy lit, isu I Cough Byrup and will guar
antee positive relief 1 0 the sufferer in every
Art Invincible h sating stoves. Helper
cook stove, md Livo Oak stoves, on easy
terms. Prices as I iw as the loweat cash
price. Th-Adaaa, 823 Brady street.
Davenport. .-. . -. .. -
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THE BOCK IBliAKD
THE ElKVKNTU DISTRICT.
('aparlHH mt the Ofllelal Vt at ike
Klevnalk JacreaaUaal Dlatrirt rr
She Vrara 9Q,fi,ff M a.
ww. ti ' "2
S I O g ca. C
Rock l.laml.... 4SJ 4K! W o
Mercer 147 xi, Tl 7
lcUoaonah .... &SM 3!W 2tfl Slot
Hanncock M Vim n, lit
Warrea Smft &e, t30
Schuyler MH m
Henderson tk6 Uoj 77 1IK
TotaU IWS4 nsi 7.0; w
Cable'a lurlily, 18751 "
I commas. J 5 io ES
O tu . -
Roeklaland 4971 &M, m 1S78 J
Mercer tSO mt Wt 4a
McDoBonga. six arm tin IM
Hancock 8874 Swu gu 41s
Warran , C71S Man nil CM
Bckayler lata ttH 7 43
llenderaoa VtaO W? SI 4tU
ToUla 1 1S6S7I 17Vol 1111 8075 913
Geal'a plaraliir In diatrlct, S.077.
f COCRT1E9. $,1 A
c a ta a.
Knrklaland 117 9041 1'H Rt
Mniw 17B ir; 1-
Henderson xts II 11. lm tft
Warren 1'CM ;:, 4g;
MrDoDouKh SliiH t i.7 )- rt
bchuylei ix7 li IU 4
Hancock Hats S17U 1K7 4i5
ToUl. I 1(Q 16732 im 1M um
Geal'a plurality, 835.
i im- & $ i'i II l
;cout..s. I Ja.
Roeklaland Vl xz 4T !
Mercer Wi I 419
Henderson KHi HW 1
Warren tU S7W 1. 6t
McDonoogh !( Stxi M 171
fccBayler i 14m bt'i
Uincock ........ m X 75 cu;
Il ltWWI 17HM i:ti 174' If.T
Keecc'a vluralltT. 427.
THE UNION MEETING.
The. Varlsaa Prwtrataat rharehea
Jala la a Teaaneraarr Mervte-e at the
The union temperance meeting of the
Protestant churchts of the city at the
First M. E. church last evening was at
tended by a large congregation notwith
standing the inclement weather. The
pastors participating were: Revs. Q. W.
Que. of the First church; J. H. Kerr, of
tbe Central; T. W. Grafton, of the Chris
tian; W. S. Marquii, of the Broadway;
H. C. Marshall, of the U. P., and C. E.
Taylor, of the First Baptist. The ser
vices opened with prayer by Rev. Kerr,
followed by resding of the scriptures by
Rev. Grafton, the singing of "Rock of
Ages" by the congregation, and a specia'
selection by the choir.
The sermon was preached by Rev. Dr.
Taylor, whose tex's were Second Kings,
But who lrw all thrne?
and also from Luke 19:4: -But
hen be waa come here he beheld the t il v.
and wept over it.
The pastor said at the outset that be
bad no words of bitterness to utter I
against those engaged in the liquor traf- j
flc. He had only to extend pity and
sympathy to them. He then entered in-1
to a vigorous arraignment and denuns
ciation of tbe traffic as a business. ITe
termed tbe traffic a matter that bad be
come personified through its own career
as a law defler, a breeder of crime and
a desolator ot homes. He compared the
scenes spoken of in the texts with sights
all about us today which he charged to
tbe liquor traffic.
A meeting was held in the lecture room
of tbe First Baptist church yesterday af
ternoon by a number of city pastors and
others when it waa decided to bold a ser
ies of union revival meetings in which
tbe churches shall unite. Meetings are
to be held at tbe Christian chapel this
evening, tomorrow eveciog, Thursday
and Friday evening'.
The opening lecture of tba Y. M. C. A.
bible lecture series yesterday afternoon
wasgiven by Prof. R. F. Wcidner. The
lecturer was greeted by a vt:"7 large num
ber of young men. tbe room having al
most as many as it could contain. He
spoke on "The Canon of Scnpluie," a
most practical Ulk. at the close of which
an opportunity for questions was given
aid many questions asked and answered.
Next Sunday Dr. We:ilner speaks on the
subject of "Inspiration."
Oysters at Krell A Math's.
The Hotel Gordon is now for sale.
Cook wanted At 749 Elm street.
Wanted Boarders at HtMl Ninteenth
Dancine school at Armor? ball Wed.
Go to Holhrook'a, Davenport, for car
pets and silk curtains
Dancing eehool at Armory hall Wed
If you want the best pavine business
buy tbe Hotel Gordon.
Special sale silk curtains at The Adams.
323 Brady street, Davenport.
Send your friends to Krell &. Math'a
for a dish or can of fresh oysters.
Tenderloin, spare ribs, pic's feet, leaf
lard, etc., at Gilmore'a pork bouse.
Call and see the band-carved bed room
suites at Holhrook'a, Davenport
Parlor suites and fancy chairs of every
description at Hoi brook's, Davenport.
Ice cream always on hand and served
by the dish all winter at Krell & Math's.
A handsome line of book cases and
cabinets just received at Holhrook'a, Dav
enport. An elegant assortment of dinine tables.
chairs and hat racks at Holbrook's. Davs
B'.anketa, comfortab'e mattresses, nil
lows rare bargains, at the Adams, 823
Brady street. Davenport.
When you want a nice dish of firsh
oysters step in to Krell & Math's and or
der them np In any style.
Bedroom suites, parlor suites, lountres
fancy rockers, sideboards, dining tables;
full line at The Adams, Sit i Brady street,
The Crown dining ball, No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish you
the beat meal in the city for 83 cents. A.
B. Johnson, proprietor.
Bear in mind we do not quit making be
cream when cold weather sets in, and vou
can get it in any quantity in the coldest
weather. Kemember Krell & Math's and
get the beat.
$50,000 to loan on real estala seruritv.
in sums of 200 and upward, at loweat
current rates of interest, without com
mission. E. W. Hurst, Attorney at
law, ttoca: isiana.
100 lAdiaa Wanted.
Aad 100 men to call on any druggist for
a irea iruu pacaage 01 lne s Family
Medicine, the great root and herb reme
dy, discovered by Dr. Silas Lane while In
the Rocky mountains. For diseases of
me oiooa. uver ana Kianevs it lit nnaiv
tive care. For constipation and clearing
up uh cumpiezioD it aoea wonaers- it
ia the best spring medicine known
Ltrge aixa package 60 cents. At all
New York may make the most or its
Count de Paris, for It can have ao snore
conm ae census.
AO. J. Dimick came down from Chicago
Remember tne bargains In wall pater
at Cramptoa'a. , . .
An explanation on jackeU.cloaki.etc..
ee McCabe Braa.' adv.
Miss Lepper his returned from a
month s visit to Emporia. Kan.
Wall paper at half price at Cramptoa'a
for a abort time stock almost new.
The prices for tbe carpenter'! ball may
be seen at Johnson's jewelry store.
Mrr. Gilpin Moore has issued Invita
tions for a reception from 8 to 6 next
LedkV natural grey wool on del wear
39c each as a atarter for thia week at Mc
Mr. John A. Boyer and neioe. Mias
Dugaa, left Saturday for Los Angeles to
spend tbe winter.
Adam Alday and Mra. Mary Rrimer,
of Moline, were married bv Justice tlawes
Is there a doubt? If so yon should gf
to the great underwear slaughter this week
at McCabe Bios'.
Harry Pettit arrived from New York
City last evininr. He ia be e on a very
The new arrow -'ipped piatol is proving
to be quite popultrasa parlor game.
Get one at Crampton'e.
Special sizes of buckskin urderwesr
made lo order wjibout extra rharge at
Simon A Mosenfi Mer e.
Oi ly a sma 1 lot of thOM ladies' while
merino vesta and panta at 25c, at Mc
Cabe Bros. Thej 'A go in a hurry.
Cant be kept quiet that McCabe
Bros, are selling men's all-wool, pure
cochineal scarlet underwear, at 8-'c
Well fixed; about 200 plush jackets and
sarquea and nearly 250 long an I short,
cloia garments, all go at Id prices at
Fine writing paper by tie quire, ream
or in tablet or papeterie form at Cramp
ton's their ivory stationery package at
20 cents is very popular.
Mr. J.C Adams left for Chicago 81
urday night in response to a message in
forming him of the Illness of his child
while visiting there.
Hennepin canal ia boomine Milan. Os.
car Ramser, who started in business some
time ago. has put in a fine stock of
watches, clocks rnd jewelry.
The Carpenter's union. No. 168. of
Rock I.-lnd. gives its fourth annutl ball
Friday evening. November)!!. All are
cordially invited to attend.
Wm. Sexton waa a'ruck in tbe face b?
a piece of flying lath in the lower sw mill
Saturday morning. Tbe nose was pain
fully, though not seriously injured.
Prices badly derror. lized on account of
stock being so badly broken on winter
underwear at McCabe Bros. Some quo
ta.ions for this week that will not be seen
Tbe finance committee of the board of
supervisors met this afternoon to review
tbe reports of the county officers, preps
tory to the meeting of the board in De
R. Crampton & Co. arejust in receiat
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line ui mc uamisomeei picture trame
mlilinaa evpr iKncn In il .ti 1..
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some very choice pictures at verv mod
Xotwithatanilino thn maiiaaii. awa.
coat trade we bad last week tbe assort
ment is still very Urge and every taste
iu purse can oe gratinea at Simon &
M. M. Cnrhett rami. rn r.
dova Saturdav morning to weep with Joe
Haaa. Boas Wills anrl th it nt iki
Corhett at torn o ted to save McKinley's
uisinci in unio tnis time and railed.sad to
A voune ladv on Nineteenth ttnwt ia
pre pR ring her trousseau for a happy
event which will transpire on tbe morn-
iuie ui me c no mat. tier luture borne
ill be in. New York City.
E. W. Carrinston. Fn.i l.ta n tv,
Des Moines ljttuler, is in tbe city, the
Kuesioims orotnir In-law. Mr. C. F.
Cooper. He has iust received a desirable
position on me uuDuqtie Ledger.
The continued lush at tbe ' London"
aa made it ncccessarv to add a, fri
supply t t bargains. Mr. Levee n fc-fi last
evening for the eaatem markets fcr that
purpeme. Lon oul lor big bargains at
the "London'' when he returns.
Rev. Sloan, of Ruahvilla. Nt-h. la In
tbe Cit on his wav homo fmm th U7WV.I
men convention at Springfield, ne will
remain in toe city lor a lew days and en
deavors to raise a fund for a destitute ruin
ister of tbe eosl in the west.
The COSDel met intra at th W.rt.
four h street Btptist chapel which have
been in propreas for the past week, will
tie continued (his week. Preaching every
evenine at 7.30 hv R r r t..i
8ubject tor this evening. "The Fool's Er
rand." The Stuart Theatre
weck'a engagement to a crowded house at
ui i oesire naiuraay nigbt, present
in? Bronson Howard'a "RmUi , li. ....
let" to as audience which more than filled
every part of the house. The handsome
chamber suite from flummn jt- u. 1..
roann'a waa won by Miss Brady, wboae
tei niimoer was son.
The funeral nf Mm A.l.n. IT-.
he'd from the bereaved home in Sojilb
ivtca isiana Saturday afternoon, Itev.
Menniike nftlriaiinT Tk
-- . a uw full WHICH
were: Messrs. Ed Jens. Cyrus Valentine.
minim neuuer, j. sanaeraon tltnry Case
and W. A. Piltrrim. Tk.r.
many handsome floral designs and otbsr
I 1. 1 i . . . .
mucuiTi ainuness ior we icq me aor
rowine familv desire to tmmu tt..ir
W. F. Eastman, for umi lima mAit
of the Sterling G.tmtte. baa become iolnu
t. . . . . . . . . . J
j luH-rrHteu wn.n tnessrs. sicuiynn and
Groom in the nrnnrlotnrakln ti u A
line Diiate, and will henceforth be its
J : .1 r-w . ...
mi mi. jtir. r. o. ncuiynn win devote
himself more narlirularl In tKo lt. ww.A
a -j - " '. J auu
and general news department, and will
ne aaaisiea oy E.. u. iialdwin, late or the
HtlHtbUri.il Maran Jnnl.i, .
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time aosiaUnt city editor of tbe iHfnitch,
K'MHKOYerio me tiepuMuan city editor.
a jireny gooa snaamg up all around.
Miss Gussie Don died at 1:10 yesterday
afternoon at ber home nn Rwntr .--.
near Sixteenth street. Hhwaai4 ..-.
aim a rnnnini oiij. ine comfort of her
w in wrii n,niiipr ami - r..,r. -
lovable disposition and bappy compan
ionship with all who knew ber. The fa
ne-al announcement nnneara .ih
Mr. Henry Z tnmerman. the well known
j , a. a i engineer, came down town
.a morning ior me nrsi time tbia month.
He has been having a severe siege with
A new time card went Into efTari nn tv,.
C, B. & Q yeaterdsy in accordance with
which uie ri. a.ouis express leaves now at
7:40 D. m. instead nf 7:1.1 anil r.i... .
7:18 p. m. instead of 7:15. Tbe St. Paul
express leaves at 5 45 p. m. ten minntfw
earlier than before and arrives at 758 a. m.
a rew minutes earlier than formerly. The
u""'wii passenger win arrive at
10:35 instead of 10:31 and leave at 255
instead of 3 d m The Hurtino .....
ger leaves at 7:'20 InaiAaH nf tos .
ard arrives at 0:48 instead ot 6 45 n m
uiuc tram arrives ibree minnUs
eirlier, at 9:03 p. m.
The genuine, perforated, aofl aa velvet.
in ll-.rli-rnhlrta arllh ni -riil.n .1
drawers, lung pro tec toil a complete
lima. II i . Tl I -
-11 uvular prjeea.
BiMon & Moauraxtxa.
"Oh. bow full of briars is tbia working
dV of oursT A1ssm r..n -a .1.
. j mm ui 1 ur a
realism, cuts, brulaea, toothache and the
iae. dui mere s a balm la Q lead
it la dangeroua to neglect catarrh, for
it leads to broncbitla aad consumption.
Hooa s Barsapexilla cores catarrh ia all
KOYEMRRTt ?. iwnn
.raat Mralakla asisalar.
We Uke pleasure la aiinooncing that we
shall open on Mooday an. Tueeday. Nov.
17ih and 18ih.ln the cloak departmealof
Arnold's Baxaar. 129 West Second street,
Davenport, tbe moat beautiful and com
plete line of sealskin garments ever show a
In tbia region.
Tbe n-putation of our house for sell
ing reliable fun In the snoet perfect lil
ting makes and Uust styles ia known
throughout tbia country end la fast
spreading across tbe ocean. .
We shall be very much pleased lo are
the ladies and gentlemen of the three
cities, who we think will thoroughly ap
preciate tbe Importance tt Ihia exnibit.
and Mr. Arnold personally wi I extend
to a'l a hearty welcome.
A.E. RrRKnmrJT ACo ,
No. 113 West Fourth street.
The ladies of the First Btpiiat rburrb
will give a unique and rhantru-rittrc en
tertainment and fair at Amory hal.
Thursday and FrMav evenings. Drc. 4 b
and 5 b. Tbete will txt a Urire numrtrr
of articha. fancy, ornamental anjuvfiil.
for sale. Dinner and supjier will he
aerved by tbe ladies during the dinner
and supper hours. One veninx's rnur
Win men t will b. the Kong of rVv n. '
with tableaux, and be oilier, the "Gyp-it
Can lata ' No pains will he soared to
make the whl entertaiomenl Ors-. tlv.
par- xcellt nee.
In order to close out our wall oaper
shelves for the new styles of which we
have ordered largely we are making very
decided 'reductions In prices. Persons
contemplating renovatiag t&cir rooms
will find this opportunity greatly to their
advantage to rali on .
R Chamitox 4 Co.
All sixes ladies' jersey ribbed natural
wool vests 41c; a few sizt lo panta to
match at same rr.ee, ihia week at Mc
DON-nle St., danehier of sir.. M.re'c
wm. al her reatoence S4 Mileenth atre-t, at I Id
o rlnck j Sonilajr arientoon. ae aaara. axMitha
anil III dan. Kunrral front re.irtee.ee al t o cKk
Tnjrf,5' f,rrno""- Klenda sod relslites are
cordially Invited to stlend.
ONE MillIT OSI.V,
THURSDAY, NOV. 20th.
The T agedhnne,
In Sbakesiarr'a ireali-t Trak .,r,
A aironic Comptnr uf ilt)era. Ah-olultlr c.H
reel ni.tiMical coatomes and properties.
S ata on sale Taeadsy lHh. at the H r,-rr nnnae
Price; 50. 75c and f 1 00
Wpareent redaction for Ihe next ldT.
wh nMaxieaanu irinjr w avtma.
o. 110. lull aad l14. Third Are.,
Ia the rhepe-t place in tlx coamv ta hnj Car
risieea, Buaiea, I'alma, Una. etc.
HORST VON KCZCKRITZ. Pasrwari.t
rtuniirriow a Spkisi tt.
Fourth Ave. and Twenty-Third St.
1 srvs or
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to fl vo limes tbe amount
of the loan.
. U M-ITI 1 nn coni aeail IT.,..!!, Anllat mwwM
E. W. HURST,
Attoknkv at Law
Hooiaa i and f Haaoalc Taapla,
ROCK IrtfND ITX
SalMay Je 30,1.
Lloyd & Stewart,
W. C. MAUCKER,
Bavlaf nttrchased tbs
Properly trhlra be baa had leStlet for tbe bo.
lal baUaesa, la bow prepared to accwa-
atadaU Iraaaieat (aesla.
Day and Regular BoardiDg
Ha Is also rafafad ia the
rsrai arodaos a apaciaJtf .
Top Bturgies mJy fan
upen BUKSira. ................... ........ 4 aaa
CARTER'S! q a
1 - ---aaaasaaJ
"- 1 r-r , ,n TTai li mm lasS
ft aa aKina. aatae4 IS. ajnn..aa ae
laiitli . a.aaea. I'luart m. Ihiim aAat
eaut. l-aht la iua fU-K a. Tiu UMarasoaa
1IeaAa1a. ft tVrter'a Utrls Lap Trsl ass)
inallf Unal4 la Ooaattlb. nrn. aarf pea
T .-n.- r , -f-a- nat a atinikiaiilia
t a4 retralaaa u b aila. Lna u tJkaf t-ilj
A-t aTS-r awmld rasla al 'i ic
tiii I ami iilbuVaaiaihiwa
hralr tnrnt vill 61 ia ll-IWa.ll.aaln.
al4ntaaaMarnTailia4UMy iU ml ba ana,
Aiflatoonaiuajulllni. tat altar aliaaca aaa4
.tall bans nf rasnanrll that ttwtala .tw.
wiualixrrralbiaat. v ptUarmrauaaiie
IWt 1 iitla U.TTT rnu are very annl! aa4
TiTfemt..li.l. Mnnr mt mIm aaluaa
I nnxi t-it I t urrt.'Uua yl an all as.
stbau. Iai tlmus anl.IL aakl
17 dravWU avea j aiara, ur wl jj
WrDtCtHC CO New York.
SU&LLPILLSiriALL DOSE. SMALL FF.ICE
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THEW
re la I ha aper fur
atJ K-tt'" aotirea.
Bvcr) builj ia4a Ihia
Wania." -Ivt "
Onijr otie4i.ll rent s aunl.
rolaain. Tri ll.
tNKV LOAN Kit ON HKMT! ItK at lM
FUR SAI.K-A KISE L T tie" M KillOaL IN-Mrnm-aia.
slt4 a full w uf mal atnera loo',
at J. . J..e. ound kau4 .ion-, ISM bacwad
SKXM-llANa riRMTt kK, boutat. sold
oe esehanred. M.wrr Wianed r Karaiiare
tored at .-aiaaat corner Prrrj and Third fcia.
"i - -
Fl'R AI.R VALI ARI.K fATKKT 1M
peneemt tit on Kieatiea. Note in nperatiaa at
Mar ritiiekib Wihss n.mlluin u. 1'bil.Ja.
. ptw-errea nte ana ltl: tir lull taUralara
api l HUt J. WALkKR. la.rctor.
nwnth ad t ( m
all al No. il 1,1-
WANTKD An ariir. Trarcllne Mlnmi to
ell a L-i-mral line aar Wrtikuid.u l.
ntrrrhant.Ofti.. .l tva.-e. and rlarar. paid.
wn mucr -v. -1.., n aeMnctoa M , t'hjrago.
WANTEU.-A LAoV Tl MANiltl A
Hranrh ofSrc. at h. r -a niaae. In tha Pa.
asnaa Female M-ciic rai.re Ui.": aniMMtia
sppnrtoniij: aJiirraa aith .lamp. The In. Uooa
let Medical Institute. Kouth Kend Iml.
SAI.KxMKN WANTKD Ttt dKLt. NL'bNEttT
tnra. Mioa iimi. prrmanent. w.larv aad aa
pen'e. or e-Kzimtmnn rruia elael . No esperl
enre nett-searr. -ttttt tm- Wtlle for leran.
f niancr ii t.. nir.iKLK . Smnrn
Hur.ler. W. V.
WAMTKII-I.ENEK L 3T.TE AUKNT Tt
npan lieadiga.rtee. in kmm pnncil itf.
sanateelrliiaierua,tnil &.I cwr na.inra. aad a
point lial and .ub-ae nl in rrrrr eitf la tbe
Mate: solnell knoarn. Mania a . la anl
eral 4eauMHl. at.d p.. a n-1 f f4SI nl la I. lal
per rent AU.)n-.. TUa LMoN ixisfiNT.
T44 BruadKar. Near Y.ick. at
Ll'MIIKR LI MBalt VAHil WilHSMCM OF
all t;ra4'a. .a were elrsii ea-pMrtSM-nl ta
tbe luniN-r tani. nf l.M--a at tiwtm f H in
(1 Miner data apilrali.M la permai la K. (.
IIUUI'KK. narretar. of tae t Kr.rn Lsaibrt
" Ue.lers Aa-rUlii. main ihaaber id
Commrtrr. E rnmer Laalie and W aahut
MnTWtiiinav, 111. a
JPBOFESSIOIi AL CARDS.
J. . Itl tKIIxl I V.
1 TTDHNKV AT l-AW-OAec alt J. T. Kstf
ii.wuii. i,m iciina artnaa.
Jit KSOX A IIl'KST,
1TTURWKY AT LAW. tttct n Kotk I.laad
.aaiwmaj tiut UbiMier. al l.iaad, I1L
a. n. iwiikct. CLaiun,
M FEET A WALKER,
ITMHSIYS AMI Oil N-FLUiHt AT LAW
ivsrr in omr.um a niuca. Hack I.laad. I a.
MrE.MRY A XrEMCl.
ATT 'HI a VH AT LA W Loan mrmrj ne rod
cant.,nufcaeu!.rrli"em. Krfeeenee. H itrb.
an u L.rnoc. bauarra. ttrnae la rnMidar bbva
THE DAILY ARMS.
R SALE EVK4Y IVtMNH at Oamptoba
w i'w: rrgi. per
liRS. KrTIILKFOKI) A BITLEK,
PRADt ATEor THE OHTAHIO VKTIIC4A
Of&crt Tlbdall a LtTrrtr .laMr; fcesldaat: OraT
a-i puny, MHtri aaaare.
Tn sell the pnnnlsr M. E AIWl'HTA al.E PoRH
IXiKsbT. II la wors be Laiea ai.bit eaatfort
aao a gooa Teem, pnt aanicalara adder..
ELGIN CORSET CO,
aiTia Srsta-r. KLulX. ILL.
trade it-a atarts
tbeea la raiiroal srr.ca.
am a mw etrraiar.
1VIS J.KB.lt-La. H
lOO Y;ars Alio
People didst rrpeet to read aisra, wtatae rva
bves, aad laaips wm a lajtary raadv didat
Ve. we tarn aifbt tat day. aad earrjkaSr baa
laaps; ' a COUU lamp la still a Wars, a ate
evarrbsdy aataat bara.
1 Wlab yoa'd eaB aad are laa
LITTLE JEWEL LAMP:
naiaihtat arally new. aad taa aewmaat aad
y. a caadks nar. H eaaal rfata, Mrsal
-Mwa. aaa aa aarfal aad caeap, Obst near
O. M. LOOSLEY-
CHUA AID GLASS,
m - - . ..asas-rv
"We make two rpecial offering
1.' Double FoU rrB riinn.t.
ia a rarletj of shade, and mix
A runirtrtnelTlow rrio- for flr.
Rock Island. Illinois.
GLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Havt th Urgast atabUsbiarx Wast of CfcJcaf.
DONT FOIIQET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZr.lANU.
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Noa. 134, 128 and 128 Sixteenth 8tTet,
monaj-onnrauj cxukb tib rare aTAra law.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
HOCK ISLAND, ILL.
Opi 4.,:. !ro m ia 4 p. aa, sad tkmr4T eaal rraaiTbi Sa1ica
nra per cant Intarast rmd on Dopoalta. Moody loaaadoa rsraoaaL Co.
latwraj. or Ral Estau Sdcurit
r. uiw, iw r c dex.a. niw m. at. bcpoko. Oa-.
P. U Mttraetl E r RK O. rvt-a-a.,. Joh. rVaWaeV C. T. laraAa.
i.i. aWiaters. L tMaxHi. E W. Ham. J at aj r.a-aaa,
KANN & HTJCKSTAEDT,
Nx ISU aad 1913 Sacoad avrao.
THE LEADERS IN STYLES AND PRICES IS
OIL CLOTHS, SHADES, DEAPEBT, Etc.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
BZOIEST & ADLER
Re-movfd to 219 S?TenunLh Strett -
T.t Ladies' Fine Sbnea ia all tbe ew styl-a aad pa:iras.
For Ladtts' Fie Party trippers U smw and catchy akadea.
For Men 'a Paii Lea-ber. Cordovaa aad Fmrs Calf La eew fan tlsa.
STABY, BERG EE ft SITELL,
Secoad aad Uarriaoa Si a. Suotaaora to O. M. Scksaldt, Davpct.
iVT. E. MiURRZLST,
Choice Family Groceries
"rmnaa. a. O wrncenas tbal Win af
it ma are anitnted
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
Ksw avata. aea turn a, tae Wat aaada
Use Raven Gloss Dressing,
tbe Ua tbr UJi abo. kw
acalea, cratLs nd" injunrt he leatlett.
Trj A butile aai Lc cuaviacei.
nib ... .
St!t flfti A veil.
2. Wool 8aittnga, 3d tnchea
wida, plain ahadaa at
You harent eea their aqual fbr
asxwbera xeax 25c '
If Tow arc Bsoaaj aavwr
vwtlfat. Il wM star jm
(.laaxw tarowca ewr
ta ukA a
avcana Md Twcat j-flrat 8t, Rack laUai.
Unrg yrlraa. a aba mt pmmt
No. XA Fifli Avesroa, HOCT L3LAJTD.
dastlbalawaat peteas. ' , , ,
t Buy a Pair cf
FOR WET WEATHER.
The upper In thia Boot baa a
patent lining, trhlch ia Arid, CXI
4 Waterproot; Ljettod larocb
a manner aa to mil yt y tve,
' At w. .
a i araa raw
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