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THE ROCK ISLAND AKQUB. TDESDA V, NOVEMBER 1, 1890.
rf jt ( rk9 well e mav try it again
1 mnVy of our lines of underwear are
vi v linki ii. in'l ,be manufacturers
kveVt-nso slow io fl!li"K our orders,
" ..i..rrriint'il td bold our custom-
ire n" . ... . ....
. i.c rut! ntt trie verv me oqi 01 me
'5V, wtiii'b we nave on hand.
We iite now in store a tremendous
,.k t uniK-rweMr, fcut in many styles
!rf un il'le t 'how a full line of sizes
()lir orrfiTs are out for the missing
fiz,. ami etrly deliveries promised, and
in ? nrc li it le to come in on any train.
iVlmt we hiive o as follows:
Iiilies' nnturitl grey wool pants and
flM, mot hII sizei.) "(?o at 39i5.
Ali.mt doz -n ladies' jersey ribbed,
!,. rl wool vests and drawers at 41c
fH,.,-vtsts H sizes. In pants some
re sold out. You will see the same
mil !" hi re at ac.
Dm- small lot (only a few sizes) ladies'
wlii'e merino pauts and Tests g) at 25.:
0tirr- Hk 4Dc for them.
Ail white wool, sntrlet and natural
,.. i IvIi'V goods i-bare the same fate of
. . p it .1 'rh. On the qiiet thin weekvand nnlil cloned, we shall offer a In- of Men's Scarlet
i- r -i. l linwemat Vic per garment. N- B. Balance of Men's Coude Underwear Unit
iiv MitiiiuMl at HOC, '
1713. 1714. 1718. 1718. 1730 and 1722 Second Avknttr.
-BouiEbt At Sheriffs Sale-
THE STOCK OF
Alexson & Ulmark
SOT MOL1NE, AT
Per Cent on the Dollar.
will bring this stock to our stores this week. They
a $3,000 of Stationery, Blank Books. Plnsh Goods
vis and Sporting Goods,
tnan manufacturers prices.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1703 and 1705 Second Avenue.
A. J. SMITH
in ir, k i now replete with Novcltie. Call and compare oar stock end prieee.
A. J. SMITH 6c SON,
1 .'- unci 127 Went Third Street, Opp. Masonic Temple, DAVENPORT.
reW.IF. -3- :fSX
-WAIL PAPER COMPANY-
312. 314 Twentieth St.,
An-1 Postoffiee Block, Moline. ROCK ISLAND.
KINE WALL PAPER-ETcln-ive went
J1' t"Mi': Ht'h t S4111, Jnm-rtiiy Co.. Rnbrt S.
'ir W nil lap.T f'o.. md Knlxrt Orve t, Co.
SKK ' Ult SPKI'IALS- Whirh Inrlmle all th
r low oilier di-nlem
Howard Watches, Imparted Watches,
H. D. FOLSOM.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
-irish Cough Syrupy
Acta quickly, is perfectly aafe aod never faila to care all Lang trouble.
TRY IT. 10c, 25c and 50c Bottles.
Medicine knows (or all Kidney, Long and Stomach trouble, li
Thomas' Kidney and Liver Pills.
Ec a Bottle Samples free.
Is a state of things. Owing to the general
belief lhata'l kinds of cloaks and tickets
have been advanced on account of the
increase of duties by the passage of the so
called "McKioley bdiVwe wish to make
the following statement:
We have received advice from nearly
every manufacturer that the future prices
on cloth iokets will be advanced from
fl.00 to t3 00 on each garment. The
advance on plush garments will vary ac
cording to the grade of plush, from 3 00
to $3 50 per garment.
These are the prices we most pay to
replenish our stock. Right here is where
the point to oar story comes in. We
took advantage or the long discussion of
the tariff bill, and bilieving 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 plush jackets and Barques and about
250 short and Ions cloth garments, 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 prevail so long as present
stock holds out.
which we will close oat at
-fr .--. v asa. rCt a
for the followlnsr nil
Hobbs h, oo., Nevit
lnreit Wall Paoer
NeviDa A Haviland. New
Apt tumpn PvWa tmnt In In H nar rant
Drnggit Bock IstaicL
BIG LAND DEAL
Waste Country to be I ade to
Blossom. - " i . ' .-
An Ortanliui.. .kl.v
" " " Mm acrw
Pllnk Woaem with thai at...-.
Laaa fran Dratry Kew B
An oreanittion baa fnrma
known as .tba Bay Island Levea &
Drainage district whose object is to
transform the great waste Ian I extend-
Trom Drory's landing to New Bos-
lnto a Valuable tract ran ! nf tha
bigheet cultivation. The nsmbir of
owners belonging to the oreanlrt-
and who hold title to a greater Dart
the country between the poi its named
two hundred. The atfitat Km whih
Ultimately 11 ti the present movement
begun five years airo and had con
tinued warmly since. The or ginal pro
moters of the scheme prepared a petition
signed as required by the la vs of the
state by- a majority of the land owners.
ho asked of the local court the privi
ige of forming a levee and drainaee as
sociation. The petition was nreaentml
valid form and evervtbire seemed
favorable for its early granting, when
contrary spirit! set to work to deteat the
project. Taey employed counsel, who
succeeded in having the mat ter delaved
from term to term of court on one ground
another, first fighting the enterprise on
plea tbat it was not feasible, and
failing in this prepared a petition for
abandonment which did not receive
enough signatures to be of force, and
after a bearing before Judf,o Marsh, of
Hancock county last wetk the petition
was not granted. The organization of
levee and drainage district was then
proceeded with, and that i nstitotion is
now ready for active business
The three commissioners, 8. V. Pren-
of Now Boston; L. B. Morey, of
Aledo, and a. R. Smull, of Rock Island
county, who were appointed by the Mer
cer county court to make surveys, esti
mates, plats and profiles, tave already
completed their task and filed their re
port. It Is estimated that tl e cost of the
contemplated improvement will approx
imate 75 000. and to meet this the land
owners of ibe district are to be assessed
according to the benehts to be derived
from tbe construction of :he levee and
the drainnge of the soil. Operations
ill not f tobiibly commence In earnest
fore next season, and after the hieh
water subsides through it is likely that
the filling of ravines and small sloushs
that start from the river shore and run
inland wil; be proceeded with at once.
To eain some idea of tin extent of the
tract the fact should be stt.ted that it is
from twenlv to twentv.flvemilp lnno n.l
stretches from the Missitsipp! to the
bluffs, an average distance of two miles
comprising an area of 3O.0 X) acre".
JANUARY J UflORS.
jio M and True who are ta Merve
attheAppreirhlBc Tei-aa of the Cir
The following jurors ht.ve been drawn
to serve st the January term of the cir
FrusT pane i. .
Andalusia O D Cushman. J H Brlt-
Black Hawk -J LCliw.
Coe 3 F Palmer.
Cordova Wm Tew.
Drury Lewis Pullen, Juhn Hayes.
Hampton JamrB Vogle, ,Wm Dun-
away, Wm Golden, Emarnel Smith.
Molinf John Johnson, J W Atkinson.
Henry Holtz. Wm En; lehart, Andrew
Anderson, C H Darline. Otto Johnson.
C F Qrantz, Samuel Martin, Jobn Hem-
Port Eyron C 8 Hutt
Rock Island C J La kin. C Q Wulff.
R H R bb, Ooorge Wold, Fred Chan
non, H McKee, James F Van Horn, Will
Gray, Frank Mixter, irtwtn Twombly,
South Moline Erick Douva, D R
Zuma Wm W Moore.
SECOND PAN EL.
Buffalo Truirie H E Bruhaker.
Oanoe Creek John Kendall.
Drury W II Milton.
KilcWigton Joseph Dtinlan. Henrv
Moline Nels Isaacson, Ed Mitchell.
Otto Et linc, Albeit Lai ion. Fritz Keller,
H B Crawder. Max Kroi-er. H E Watt.
fort Uyron Thomas Roberta, James
Rural James Snckville,
Rock Island Fred Grotegut. narry W
Haialip. Innis Colemt n. Cnarles Wey-
erbauscr, Richmond Te -rill, GeoDurman,
Valentine Dauber. Jcjeph febroeder.
John Black, J H Beselio, LeviSharp, M.
Lee Gait, Josenh Exner
South Rock Island George Sears. H H
Robb, Joseph Cooper.
South MoHtre EC-& ..W J Har
raid, Joseph Young.
To Mernr tbe Head 'aap. v-
A special meeting oi tbe Citizens' Im
provement association is to be held tO'
night to transact im octant business. At
the time of tbe election of Maj. C. W.
Hawea as head clerk o': the Modern Wood
men it will be remembered the Argus
spoke of the probabilt y of tbe bead office
of the order comiog to Rock Island in
consequence. A stro ig effort la being
made cow to bring about this change and
indications are altogether fayorable to
the accomplishment of it. The matter is
likely to be definitely settled at Fulton
this week and it is deemed advisable that
the Improvement ass xiialion appoint a
committee to go to I ulton and take such
other Hteps as may lead to tbe bringing
of tbe head office bete.
la 91 eatarjr of tiomle M. Das
In the midst of plant for the f attire,
a the morning hoi r of life ;
Onr gentie eieter. On mie,
V.'a called from It is world of strife.
Tbmgh kind friends tre near na.
With lorinK word of clir-er;
Yei onr hraru are r ty lonely.
For Qusele, la not Here.
Wf ffhall mta her. e shall mlsa ber, '
All the veaia to tta Journey's end ;
Tbe danffbter, the d mpanton,
The eieter and the friend.
But, the lorlnp Path er calls her,
Herearthly work sdone:
Ar.d submissively wemnnnnr.
Ihj will, u Loru, tie aone.
Death mt J. V. Cook.
Joseph V. Cook, uncle of Clerk Don
aldson, and a former resident of this city,
as well as Coal Valley and Milan, died
yesterday morninc at 7 o'clock at tbe
residence of O. B. Wright, in Rural He
was about fifty-fit e years of age. and a
bachelor. The funeral will take place
at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning from the
home where he dk d, to Beulah cemetery
Many sink into tin early grave by' not
I 1: .a .ttanli,. Ia m Jinkl
couf;h. which coulI have been stopped in
wH OK Aon Vv..ttl nf TW Rrtll'a
I1UK If , m 4U will ...u w. i mm
Cou3h 8yrup. -
' Catarrah indict tea impure blood, and
to cure it takes H tod's Saraadarilla, which
purifies the blood . Bold by au orugsista.
The Vuii la nia case T Clear t be
The Union says that "it is pretty gen
erally . understood tbat Vinton is in the
precise predicament the Akgcb represents
Mr. Collins to be tbat is, that be baa
not been a resident of Illinois for tha last
five years." That is not so, nor do tbe
people generally understand it to. Tbe
affidavit of the city clerk of Burlington,
Iowa, was not only published "to convey
the impression" that Mr. Vintin is
all right, as tbe the Union says, bat to
convey the fact also that such Is tbe case.
And that paper farther says that tbe re
publicans had no wish to raise any issne
as to Mr. Vinton's eligibility, but hate
simply been making a few enquiries, etc..
etc. That smacks of the argument nf a
ten-year-old boy. In making these "few
enquiries"bad they found anything against
Mr. Vinton tbat they could have taken bold
of tbe? would have gladly done so and
done it with a 1 tbe force at their corn
mand Under the circumstances no one
would have thought of attaching any
blame to them for such an action; for it
was expected that they .would make a
desperate straggle to saye something oat
I the general wreck.
When Mr. Vinton left Burlington in
1884 he returned to Moline and resided
there ever since, and so be says. It is
not known tbat he made any affidavit to
that effect, nor does it seem to be neca
sary that be should, unless cel'ed upon to
do so. If lie has not lived here the prop
er length of time tbe burden of proof is
upon bis opponents to show tbat fact.
Tbe Union says he did not return to .Mo
line Immediately after resieninc
bis seat in tbe Burlington council;
that be did not do so even six
months afterwards; and says further that
it is "asserted by Moline men who should
know" that he had not done so a jear
afterwards. Admitting for the sake of
argument tbat be did not return to Mo
line until a year after he left Burlington.
what would it matter? fie bad a year
and three months in which to return and
still be eligible as a candidate.
Upon this the public may rst assured;
If tbe republicans had tbe ghost of a
show against Mr. Vinton they would have
used it to tbe fullest extent long ago, and
ever since have sung hymns of jubilation
and danced with joy upon the green
sward of victtry. And tbe Union, too.
would have found one little oasis of com
fort after having sadly wandered over tbe
desolate sands of despair for to! these
13 A E Pbilleo to Susanna Brown.
part of lots ? and 8, block 8, old town of
Lewis E Remabti g to S Brown, part
of lot 5, block 7. town of Camden. $!(
n L Hunter, by heirs, to 8 M Bowler,
rt of sej sej, la. 17, lw. ami neL
18, 17, lw. f..100
Augustus Farrell to Alfred Z llerroan,
lot 3, block S, Henley's first addition to
14 Charles H Reuuke to Frederick
Liebert, nj sej net. 23, 18. le, fl.OOO.
Jobn Connell, bv heirs, to Julia A Ens
triken. lot 4, block 1, Wittick's addition
to East Rock Island iu Moline, f 1 .
Julia A Enirikin to Mary C Boleer lots
1 and 4, Conneli's addition to Rock Isl
Julia A Eotrikin to E C Schofer, lot 5,
Council's addition to Rock Island, tl.
Jobn Connell, by executor, to Julia A
Entrikin lot 4. block 1, Wnittick'a addi
tion to Etst Rock Island in Moline. 16.50.
Jobn Connell, by executor, to Marv C
Bolger, lots 1 and 4, Connell s addition to
Rok Island, $050.
John Connell. by executor, to Ellen C
Schofer lot 5. Connell s addition to Rock
John Connell, by executor to Kate Con
nell. lot 6. ConneU's addition to Rork
13 Estate of Thos Shea Appraise
ment bill filed and approved.
Estate of H C Whitrldge Will admits
ted to probate; letters testamentary is
issued to Charlotte A Wbilridge; bond
Estate of Mafy E McArlhur Letter
of administration issued to Wm II Saoley ;
Dona Died ana approved.
Estate of Thos J Davis Petition for
probate of will and appointment of ad
ministrator eta; relinquishment by next
of kin of right to administer; deposition
of Herman. J Huitt one of subscribing
witnesses to will taken in proof of exe
14 Estate of Thomas J Davis Depo
sition of J E Danley. the remaining sub
scribing witness to will, taken ia open
court in proof of execution thereof; will
admitted to probate.
Estate of Horace L Hunter Final re
port of administrator filed and approved;
estate closed and administrator dis
Estate of Thomas J Davis Letters of
administration eta issued to Henry
Scbroeder; bond filed and approved; Wil
liam Killing, Keane Crockett and J W
Caldwrll appointed appraisers.
Oysteis at Krell A .Math's.
The Hotel Gordon is now for sale.
Cook wanted At 749 Elm street
Wanted Boarders st 808 Nintecnth
Go to Holbrook'a, Davenport, for car
pets and ailk curtains.
If you want tbe best paying business
buy the Hotel Gordon.
Special sale ailk curtains at The Adams,
322 Brady street, Davenport.
Send your friend to Krell A Math's
for a diBb or can of fresh oysters.
Tenderloin, spare ribs, pig's feet, leaf
lard, etc., at Gilmore's pork house.
Call and see the band-carved bed room
suite at Holbrook'a, Davenport
Parlor suites and fancy chairs of every
description at Holbrook'a, Pavenport.
Ice cream always on hand and served
by the dish all winter at Krell & Math's.
A handsome line of hook case and
cabinets just received at Holbrook'a, Dav
enport. An elegant assortment of dining table,
chairs and bat racks at Holbrook'a, Dav
enport B'.anketa, comfortab'.e mattresses, pil
lowsrare bargain, at tbe Adams, 822
Brady street, Davenport.
rVben you want a nice dish of fresh
oysters step in to Krell A Math' and or
der them up in any style.
Bedroom suites, parlor suite, lounges,
fancy rockers, sideboards, dining tables;
full line at The Adams, 83 ) Brady street,
. The Crown dining ball, No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue. Is now ready to furnish you
the beat meal in the city far 20 cent. A.
B. Johnson, proprietor.
Bear in mind we do not quit making Ice
cream when cold weather sets in. and you
can get it in any quantity in the coldest
weather. Kemember Krell at Main and
get tha beat ;
. Ear Ueat Market.
7 75 per ton for beat anthracite coal,
all sixes, delivered within city limits, 25c
per ton discount for cash. Indiana black
$4. 50 tod Cannel coal t6 per ton delivered
cartage added on all order for let than
one ton; carrying in 85c per ton extra.
: 15. Q. Fjuzxk.
Will Gray leave for Chicago tonight
maae inai city nia some. '
Another ease of woo ten an4 a
pair, at Simon & Moae nfelder's.
Mlsa Lizzie Volk. of SnrinfiW la In
the city on a two weeks' visit.
50 dozen more men's work ahlrta linn
bosoms at 17 cents, at Simon & Moeen
The Rock Island Citizens' tsinonnmi
association meets in arjecial station this
A daughter has gladdened the home of
nuu nrs. wonn aiussier 00 Second
Remember tbe carnentre' h.ll Prl.U
eve, November 81st, and a' I are cordial-
invited to attend and have a good time.
Mr. & A. Hasbmok. S'o. 24113 rVw-
enth avenue, give lesson to on oils of
every grade who cannot succeed in the
Hannibal Rnrklrr nf rVt V.11 ..J
Miss Mary Bardsley.of Cable, were joined
in tbe bonds of matiimon hv Uicnitnu
The circuit rnnrt ia trutaw amihUJ
with the case of Hubbard vs. GsiUnd. a
case io chancery coming from Cordova,
ana growing out of an ejectment suit in a
We do not mind competition, but rath
er like it. it brines Salvation O 1 to the
front everytime. The people will have
. frice only 23 cent.
B. P. Oeden. a travelling ulnmis
well known in the Ihiss riiUa hi-h -i
Aspen. Col. na was twe ntv-eicrht tk
old and leave a wife and child.
All rm rubers of the People's BuiMiog
and Loan association wiM rnntmna tn
make their payments to Mr. Horst von
Koeckntz. frank Nidltr s old sued, cor
ner Fourth avenue and Twenty-third
Tbe ladies of tbe Central church are
arranging for an afternoon tea and sale
in tbe parlors of tbe residence of Mra. H
C. ContiClIf oo Tbursdav afternoon.
Dec 18. instead of the rial koiwinf. r
Mr. John Crubaulrlt VMtcntaw nnr.
chased of Henrv Carse a lot
82x150 feet on Second auenue near
Twenty-third street, and the purchaser
has consummated a lease of the premises
to Morris & Lewis for Ave year for a
scrap-iron vard. and m that nit .
ranged to erect desirable buildings, in
cluding storage, sheds, etc.
Wirkmfn commenced thia mnrninj ia
lay tbe return circuit wire under the Sec
ond avenue pavement from Tweatietb
Street west. The work ia nnihwl ri.t-
ly, and the brick it ia necessary
to disturb are carefully replaced. Whea
this is done west to Fourtei-nth stteet
the nnderirrovnit arirs will all no in M
a i far as Rock Nlanct is concerned.
At Trinitw rhurch SunHav mvnlna K
special invitation Garfield division No. 2.
U R. K. of P. and visitine knivhts from
Rock I land and metntxra nf Wrf
Leon lodge No. 80, K. of P.. attended
divine service. Rev. Dr. Johnson
preached an eloqaent sermon, bate 1
upon friendship charity and benevolence.
The service throughout was very impres
sive, and was listened to with deen in.
lerest by all those present. It will lone
he remembered by tbe members of tbe
Knights of Pythias or this city and Rock
r i t-v -.
tsianu. isavenpon uemocriti.
CountV Stinerintenrirnt.sWt C R
Marshall, of Cordova, was in the citv to
day. He bears bis honors with becoming
dignity, though be must appreciate no
less the compliment be receive-1 at tbe
polls Nov. 4, when the entire upper end
of the county went solid for bim, and in
Cordova bis home he lost only eighteen
voles, while all over people mani
fested confidence in him bv their
ballots. Mr. Marahall will ahnrile rlr
the principalship of the school at Cor
dova, of which be has been tn chaiye for
some time, and remove bis family to Rock
island which will thereafter be his home.
A pi-t tii-oat frayed at tbeedp, no matter
how hiindniti the embntidery may tie.
causes a woman nim h exation of spirit.
The finer the embmiilpry the sooner it
shown aiiois of wear, and no matter bow
much rare ia exervimil it rannot lw made
to last very Ions;. A good plan is to put a
narrow lawn ruflle n round the bottom of
the skirt first. Then put on the flounce of
embroidery so tbnt about an Inch of this
will nliow. The lawn ruffle enn he renew
ed very easily.
Borax water is excellent fur sponiring
either silk or wool Kondsthat are not Moiled
enonKh to nml waliin. In washing
cashmere or a-ool goods put a little- borax
in the water. This will cleanse them much
more easily and better without injury to
the colors. Do not rub them on a board,
but use the hands and throw on a line
without wriniriiiK. Hrens them on the
wrong side and they will look almost like
Mrs. Amelia K. Wins, president of tbe
Brooklyn Woman's irluh. was nerrvtary
and tn-urrrof tlie sanitary commisaion
dnring the war. She is the mother of two
young men who as little fellowa were tbe
heroes of "My Boys.," written for children.
"Mrs. Wing is a pretty woman wit ha sweet,
restful face and thirk white hair aa flue
and lustrous as spun silk.
When the lamp wick makes np Its mind
to be disAfrreenble and refuse to come up
when wanted first remove it from the
burner and pull out one or two threads
near the w-Ka-o edge of the wick. This
generally mince it to reason, and when
inserted again in the burner tbe coe will
take it up properly and when lighted will
give a good, even flame.
The mother who understands tbat econ
omy is half the liattle of life makes papa's
socks do for baby when tbe heels and toes
are beyond repair. Out of the good part
she cuu a pair of small Hoi ks, and by mak
ing the seams amall and smooth she has
foot covering for tbe baby that will last
twice aa long as any she can buy.
Nothing can be fonnd more beneficial for
your darkening locks than a dally eun
bath. The enviable golden hue i ranch
more apt to he aerured tn this way than by
artificial meana. It ia also said tbat in fol
lowing out this plnn of bleaching the bair
it will keep it from turning gray.
For curling liquid dissolve two ounces
borax aud one dram gum arable in one
qnartof boiling water, with three table-
spoonfuls of atrong camphor. Keep in a
hottlo and wet the hair when you curl or
friz it. This is said to keep tbe bair in curl
in damp, dog day went hr.
Mrs. Susxn Rhodo Potter, pmfeasor in
Riddle college. North Carolina, took tbe
Latin prize in that same college when a
strident. Mrs. Cutter Is n handsome wo
man under 30. and has given so mnch time
tn Greek that mi a have I wen left out of
The Daughters of Rebrkab of Naomi
lodge, of Toieka, bave oieiied a free dis
pensary in tbe rooms of tbe Kansas Medi
cal college. They are completely organ
ized under the laws of tlie state, with
power to receive bequejits amounting to
In lighting a kerosene lamp never touch
the wick with tbe match, as it baa a ten
dency to roughen or spread it Keep tbe
wick turned down Ik-row the top of the
burner, except when In actual nse. if von
wonld not bare oil on tbe outside of the
There are four young women in tbe
Royal Observatory of Greenwich, England.
in active service. All are graduatea of
Newham college. Their employment in
cludes lunar observations, photography
and exact calculations from photographic
Flannels and blankets may be soaked in
a pail of water containing ooa tableapoon
fnl of ammonia and a little euda. Bub aa
little aa possible and tbey will be white
and clean and will not ahrink.
A simple cough remedy is made of an
nnmnf A B - . J twtlljift tn a rttnt etf mrmtmr
a little honey added, aa ounce of roi
eandy and the juice of three lemons, tbe
whole mixed and boiled well. .
- Artificial complexions are said to be on
the increase. Very likely, since where
tbey are once adopted the wearer soon baa
bo otner to speax. or.
Tha law'a AUaessts.
After the wedding.
8yTcuan (to minister Well, kia
ranch fertbe splicin"?
Minister Tbe law, air, allow me a
dollar and a half for performing the
SyTactwan Oh, it does, eh? Well,
here's fifty cent. That make two dol
Taa Oaly PsMaraa.
Boggs I bad hard lock at the
shore one night last month. On the
evening of the hop I met forty girl and
asjtea earn one for a dance, while tber
were but fourteen dances altogether.
roster ell. what did you do?
B"KKS Took the first train that nlirbt
for liorae. ILirjier'a Bazar.
A ttall liar.
Johnnr rkwa all Wurlr an.t n.t
J - HV J
make Jack a dnll boy. mamma?
atamina x tbey say. my child.
Mamma Well, what is it?
Jutinnv Tt,A f u-. -V...V t.l n.l - f .
- j - - . i hum a m am
I .lnl1.-i 1U.W in . . 1...J n- V... .
....... . . w.j .. uv.ii. ii mn li i , 14 nj
Ralelch and the Urssuaaa
"Visa are not tike I.iv mnl fri. n.l
Shafcewrn-an-. " said Rah-iih to his M-ti.
tioner aftT he lut! itisjsi-tcd the instrn-
went of death.
Why," askel the headsman gruffly.
'Yon provide fir no intvrmiaainne ItM.
tween tbe ax." New York Herald.
Moat Impolitic Vassac Maa.
"I hear that your ratrairprnent with
Ethel has bes-n liroken off. How did Jt
Well. I di.lu't bjctiv with b-r father
in politics, and 1 r.-fusc-l to attend
church with 1t nioilK-r." New York
Its l-allrr. rnsbal.tr.
"Yen shonM fm-l cotiiilim-nte.l br
Mr. Starisonl.T's ft'ijs in,-. ZI;a Twiav
Eithi-rt-.nujiliiiiiTiti-.l ..r. t.ti.trd
returned 1 l.uly. v. iili n !... ;l.r at
the hnnirrv fn.-:t -Hictwt's Knar.
Her Cellars aa Caffs.
We received yestenlsv hV) dor liaea
colltra. newest sbsne. We shall sell at
6c apiece and fti)c per dcx-o. Four ply
linen cuffs at HV pair.
Siaox A MosinrtLiian
Tbe f o.ll y of the late Alfred Baurb-
man desire to return tbclr bvanfelt thanks
to tbe friend who tendered assistance
nd consolati n during tbtir beresve-
. Basiaees aWa's Asaceiauea
There will he a artecitl m-ettaa- of tha
Citizens' Improvement League this (Tuts
da) evening at tbe usual hour.
B. V. fKAi.E. 8c.
All tbe neckwear in nnr ef w'ltitov
comprising ,'n) dozen newest style teck.
or attin l.ned. we sell at 8c apiece
Sum A McuxxrELPKM
Ait Invincible bea'.ing stove. Helper
cook stove, and Live Oak stoves, on easy
u-rma. l nifl aa low aa tbe lowest cash
price. The Adams. S23 Brads street
Tbe bic,h price of ice provoke so many
ikes thai you aill find an lec wag-oa
near y every paper.
OK MOUT OSILV.
THURSDAY, NOV. 20th.
In Sbskeepeare's Greatest Tra(ic tVtW,
A strong Cosnpany ef plers AbJatrr cor
rrrt Hlstiirirsl nuinn and proprntra.
Srats on sale Taesrfav ink, at the H r,ier noaae
Price 54V. ?5c and 1 H.
sv per rent redaction f.artke neil M dir.
na Racsiea anU pnc M aoaa
ko. isio. Iu aa 11V TkHa Ais,
la tbe f neaps st place la Ibe raanty to bay Car
risfae. tlaiaiie, P.I a La, uiia. tic.
HORST VON KCECKRITZ. PbarmM
Paxanumess a Spsculw.
Fourth Ava. and Twenty-Third St.
t inu or
$200.00 and Upwards
Tor sale, secured on land worth from
three to Ave time the amount
. wf the loaa.
late rest t mmt Pent ami aanaalt. eoliis ..a
rvmMcw tree aw caaraa.
E. W. HURST,
ATTORKiy AT IjAW
Kooaas I aa4 Hawsaie Tampla,
ROfIT 1til.AVT 1l.L
Uoyd & Stovart,
ASK TOUR GROCER FOR THEM1
fbsai aa best plan a be
W aau.- -Lnsst." -W- an -K-a
On' aaavbstf real wr. ImMi risii tb
colvasa. Try .
sArosJIT L'laXKUoM Kt aMTraK a ISM
4X Sitead sna. J. ay. 4uE.
FUR SALB-AHHK L- T Of M.KOK-A1. It.
Hreaaraia. aWs f-ll set ntml aa-av ank
at J. W . Jui sseosrf ban etaaa, rl au
arMn-H5a n-KstlTrKK. b-aebt. Mi
ae earhaarS. T tnaaa ar Psranar.
inaas consrr retry aaat Thir tVa,
Km sale vmm rATsarr ij.
."""si at o Itntirai. Sam ta iiih laitaa at
Ma riaiktt W oraa, cs Itaasiliea aa -btle4a.
r: prsisnas l"e sr.4 HH; t.m fall .uin
afpiyla r 1 I M. la an a.
WAITED-LS.UT AoSXTa AT 'e fCR
asiib aas iisrsin- i .:i ai ..
tarsrtb etmsl .
WM D-Aa ar:r Trerltt:r W w
H s -nl l a at ar ) bsarf a
asrecbaat. wy. Ijmt aafe. s4 rltii t4
Wboiealoe M - trnttagum at . tkrafa.
Wntsi.- ladt to AAOf a
Bissfea, at af aa boaae. ae ! fa-
aanas reaaale Mtre -rare I J y" : a atiaa14
Itvefaitw; siMiwaiisMuiti, Tbe In llnaa
hit He4lca2la.tnaUp. Hoaib Bat Ia4.
SAI.EsMRX WAMIIt T akl.L Xt aaaMT
More. MIUiloV HmVMI. mA mm.
a-inra. saata prrmaanM. Hbif aa i
lsra. aw ns.aik fnV art. S si
Beceaean. ' lr--. itie fae
re a. iioubbK ix ,t
Kn(tt-err. ft. V.
WANTKti-.Er.HL STATE AUEST Tx
t baaiiaseirT. t peHa-tpal etty.
be-aake etrlaetie cwnral i r aa. aa-iaeas aa mi
amai local aad b-e-t. ia rrrry my ta u.
state; fnotfsarll bsaaa. at.t.e a. Mr, la aa
"rtaal aeasan. aa p.. a art t-rnti at a aa MS
r cl aMm 1HC I'Mu.V tsiMfANt.
TM Braada.y, New York. a
LrMRkK U'MBtK VAKit W.IMaata or
II mak WW Miadt mnam M
e lavhre yaed. at Mrae at tr-m l M sa
- " 1 . ' " i-1 - mm pr. sa a. ak.
IKMJPKK. earn tary of the t'birace tabar
- - urn sia. erattii i iitasWe at
visiwm n a K ntfM l m-i . a - - - - -
aircese. taiusr. IU. V
J. X. llElklrSLrT.
TTORNET AT LAWtvna J. T. Kaa
aarUiy. ITSS arras4 Aeeaaa.
Jt(kM)3I sV HI KHT.
TTORNEl a AT LAW OSm i. ab 1
AHauoaai Hack SaiMiae. Hok l.laaa. IU.
a. a. misiT.
e. l. aaLaaa.
B TTORNEV8 AXD ClirNEUK AT LAW
ilOWs la bVt,r-l" s btnefc. hark l.laai. IU.
SrE.MRT A IrKXIEV.
I TTORtEV AT LAW-Laaa aasaay aa ra
. aeraniy, am eauesrtvata, Hefareara. la b-
saae. aaakcta. kmm la raaiaeara Mesa.
THE DAILT Ikkl v
FOR ALI IVRRT IVEMIrt at fraai1Bl
ri Staa. Ftve raau per caym
DRH. KUTIIERIX)EI t BUTLEB,
f'RADt ATTor Till OXTAKIO TITIsA
Ir. collere. Viunart 11i.. m a. a.i.i
OftWl Tttt4alr. Lry atsbir; tt i i oval
mwtj, auin aaaarv.
Te saTltbe tnealat W. I AtVintT A SLI roilH
itiictaT. li i wa . I.a.lix aiaitai eaaifit
aa4 a fan t-fmu Vm aan lea lata a4re
ELGIN CORSET CO
nrrsa hrasre. EUil!. IU.
Teaches . etaaa"a
trmim mm ila-a at art a
laa la rmlleaaa smar,
ar4 fsr c m-al.r.
Al.t XTINK attCeS.
WM. 0. KUIP.D. D.S.
OFFICE REMOVED Tt)
Reaaaa ta, T. t aa SB,
Take Klerator. DAVENPORT. I A.
-av-T-, 1 1 . C
lOO Years Ajjo
Propia didat rrpeet ha real aaath. ana tar rra
rafs, aa laaia. vera a lasary e-rrybay didat
Now, ra Ura alrht lata ay. sad narjbialy bas
lamps; bat s GOOD aay la et.ll a larary. arbka
sveifbedy aaeaal basa.
I srteb ana' can aa aee ibe
LITTLE JEWEL LAMP;
NBelMaf really aea.aaa tbe aretnest aa4 beat
yet. aVl caadle aaai t. , asaal sas, aarha'
paala. aa aa aaafal aal cra,T, Us rearyaaa
aacht as bare U.
O. M. LOO S LEY -
CHIJIA AMD SLAM.
IO SXxa Aeeaae.
W. C. MAUCKER,
Baetaf paecbasaat lb
rrorattf wblrk be baa bad leatte fur the aa.
tal Wjil.ni, ta mam aaaaare ta straaa
SJtodata Iraaqeal faeata.
Day tnd Regular BoardiDg
Be Is aias aagaca la taa
at tbe i
w nam nrwb a castes tat af Orocartaa.
rarai arsstaoe a anecaajty.
r-M- frtsati Irian faatiallaa.
aaa-iw rraaataj, ru,ynaasa.
1 , -.
"W make two special o Spring
1. Doable Fold Dres nnnu
la a Variety of shxdea and mlx-
A anxrprlFtnclTlow micm tar flrat
Rock IslancL Illinois.
H ava U larceat statUasBat Wast of CUc-
DONT FOIIGET THE I'LACE.
CLEKIANN & SALZMWJM.
Nm. 1525 am! 1527 Second Avenue,
AaJ Not. 124, 12-5 and Hi Slxt-eaih 8ti?t,
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, TT.Tr
tsar. .yfr a a, y a aa aa a.aaja taa t ta tana.
nvprrattotr.trai4onDaposu. Motir toaaadon rwraoaaL CaJ.
Istaralor Raal Ertata Sararlt
. t. tU aarfa. L. Saja -
KANN c& HUCKSTAEDT,
Ma. 111 & 161 J fvrxwa awaa.
THE LEADERS IX STYLES AND PRICES IN
OIL CLOTHS, SHADES, DHAPEET, Etc.
aBiovbtaDr provas nark chsspaat ta
Tba rjTatatioa wtich as fcavs as
tsbhshaJ 1ar keeriint tba baat aavl latawt
t ml'.Uaar ia U citr. U tna!r p
beUby EVERY HAT AXD BOSKET
SHOWN. Ttar Is a dutincttra TTT
aad STYLE and aa ELEGAKCE of
FINISH about nr tAUUsarr wblca la
daa Mttralj to tb sapartorltj la tfc
makia. Oar DESION'S ara ORIGI
NAL a&d rRIYATE to ewraalvaa, &
tharvfora, caasot t dnjUct4 vita
U FASHIONABLE EFFECT.
MRS. P. GREENAl'JALT
1704 SECOND AVENUE,
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
DKICXEUST & ADLER,
Use. Riven Gloss Drcssinj. ndbAckAWuteij
tbe best for ladies' thoet. Never "Waterproof.
acales, crack. ttor injares tbe lcatbet.
Try a buttle and be connnced.
13 ruik Avrauc,
2. Wool Snltfacm, 33 tachan
wide, plain ahadea at
Yon barest twen IbaU eqoal tor
aaj-Where near 25c
If fo ar tjteary aavar yo wU la
veat'fata. It wiO fT tH in las m
Rtaaww tkrwora our
raa ran rrsrc law.
rriDlUHM.Vk.fa,. . . arFoan. Oaaaiar.
. B W Ital. J. kaljaa.
ttra - v.aa - aara.
Buy a Pair of
FOR WET WEATHER.
Tba upper ia this Boot Las a
patent Unlsc which is Acid. CXI
and Waterproof laTtsS iaarach
a mnnnrT aa to rnil' both front
r -rtr Z.j Eases.
j aj i I (j sa-3f-3 T at