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l,workill a mat try it again,
many of our lines of underwear are
41 broken and ss tne menurecturere
V?" ,0'(iow in fllliot our orders.
n rtftermmed to bold our custom-
.MciiHlnB the very life out of the
' i! wbifh we hove on baud.
T have nw in tore tremendnu
k of underwear, but in many styles
.1.1. how a full line of site.
"?.!!r (mien, are out for the misting
i -1 nd 1-nrly ileliveriea promised, ami
'iiV.r Hl ! trt come in on "BT trin
ftlt we hate K" as follows: -
lilies- natural grey wort pants and
JTjort all sixes) KOatSOc
About ..'t' dozen ladies" jersey ribbed.
Jural wool vests and drawers at 41c
.h rests all sizes. Id pants some
'vt'are sold f"1- Yrtu wi" 108 Bae
"nod lew h,,r'! Rt 75c-
Out small lot (only a few sir.es) ladies'
while merino pants and vests go at 25c
tflb,rfwk4.ic for them. .
Ail white wool, scarlet and natural
f(, ladies' goods share the same fate of
Id?'!!' Owing to the general
a:t .inas or cloaks and jacket
... ..Uvm on account or tbe
Increase of ilntira h. .- . ..
called "McKin.;, odr wwt; to mt
me louowing statement:
We have received rn i
every manufacturer that the future prices
i7,,"w"1 M MT.ncel from
ll.W to 13.00 on each trarmenl. Trr
advance on nluah tyftrmAnfa an.. I) . '
rn 10 the emuJeof plush, from $3j00
a"" " aaaoajn,.
These are tbe prices we must pa to
replenish our stock. Right here is where
the point to our story comes in. We
took advantige of ibe long discussion or
the tariff till, and believing it iould
surely pass we made our purchases ac
cordingly. With tbe result that weWe
on our shelves today at old prices about
200 plush jackets and Barques and about
250 short and long cloth garment, which
we are Belling on an average of SO to 25
percent below the market of today. Re
member those are our early purchases, and
early prices will prevail so long as present
stock holds out.
K ). it lrW Oa th qnlat Ihia we-k, and nntll cloaed, we shall offer a l.il of Men' Ri-arlt
, '" '! ' !c -- - Balance of Men'. UnJeAea? fl
"16. 1718. 1720 and 1723 Secohd Avkhuk.
-Bought At Sheriffs Sale-
THE STOCK OF
Alexson fc TJlmark
OF MOLINE. AT
Per Cent on the Dollar.
will bring this stock to our stores this week. They
a 3,000 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.
BAKER & HOUSMAN
Wholesale Dealers for the Celebrated
Pastuer Germ Proof Filters.
Copper-Smithing, Sheet Iron, Gas and
Steam Fitting, Also Sewer work.
BAKER & HOUSMAN,
Opposite Habpkr Hocbk.
III I ilf.' , ,-.vi WS
'V'VX'P'j'' r 'It,
Howard Watches, Imported Watches,
H. D. FOILSOM.
Medietas known tor all Kidney, Lang and Btoatach tronblea. 1
Thomas Kidney and Liver Pills.
6c a Bottle Samples free.
To be Made to Brin the M. W. A.
to Bock Island.
fce .reneal m.. ni - .
- -mmmm ! aaaat
aia-au'a MpfMal Mrettna: f tar lav
ApBtc f Vialt Valcaa.
A STRONG EFFORT
THE BOCK ISLAND AH6UB, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19. Ie90
T. H. THOMAS,
Druggist, Book IsUnd.
Th special meeting of th R..V l.i.n
Citiaens' Improvemeot associaUoa held
last evening to consider tbe best course
to pursue io endeavoring to brio? Uie
head camp of the Modern Woodmm of
Amarica to Bock Island as its pern anent
quarters, was presided over by Prsident
JacKson. Secretary Searle and otuor offl.
cers and members being also In s ttenJ-
ance. Mr Jackson stated the obj -ct of
the meeting and said that Mr. M. E.
8weeney. a Woodman, who was present,
could more clearly explain the iuUnt and
purpose ut those who were endettvorine
to bring about the transfer of tho head
offices from Fulton to Rock Island. Mr.
Sweeney stated in a comprehenahe man
ncr and at length the natuie and im
portance of the Modern Woodmen organ
ization. It was an order that pid out
annually $5,000 for clerk hire, en ploying
eight to ten clerks in addition to the head
clerk. lis membership had incrensed 20.
000 in two years notwithstanding the ex
istence of internal dissensions in tbe order
in that time. Tbe states included in the
order's jurisdiction were Illinois
Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin. Mich
igan, Indiana, North and South
Dakota, Kansas. Nebraska and Colorado.
Nearly half the membership was in Illi
nois. The postage, express.etc., amounted
to $3,000 last year, the outlay lor sup
plies Sa.000. the expense of the publica
tion of the official organ, which would
naturally be located in the city a here the
head offices were established, $6 500.
The directors, six in number.mtet month
ly at the office of tbe bead clerk. Tbe
order numbered 44 000 member), and had
its headquarters Fevtn years at
Fulton. being loi.-ated there by
iU bead consul. J. (' Root
who founded tbe order and wbo
jives at Lyons. Mr. Sweeney thought
that with Rock Inland's unexa-lled office
accommodttiona, hotel and f ai road faciV
itits. tbe city could present inducements
which would result in a' mot t favorable
consideration. Mr. Sweeney explained
that -at -the ' meeting of the Woodmen
lodge of Rock Island the night before, he
together with Mr.W.GMauckc rjiad been
appointed a committee to go to Fulton
on tbe meeting of the director and ex
tend to them tbe hospitality t f the city
and that a similar committee would go
from Moline, and he asked tbe associa
tion to take such action as would co
operate in extending the hospitality of tbe
city to tbe directors of the M. W. A.
Mr. W. C. Maucker practically corrob
orated what Mr. Sweeney bud said, that
it was particularly desirous '.hat a strong
effort lie made to brine the bead offices
to Rock Hind now, as wherever tbe of
flzes were established would probably be
Preaident Jackson, Dr. Paul and Louis
May expressed themselves on the desir
ability of the association t iking imme
diate action with reference i t the matter.
the latter offering a resolution that the
association's president, Wm. Jackson,
accompany tbe Woodmen n presentatives
to Fulton. Mr. Jackson stated that
bile be would be pleased to go on such
mission, he ftared business matters
would prevent his doing so, and be, there
fore suggested Vice-Presi lent Carse tn
his stead. The motion at amended was
then adopted, and Mr. Jackson as
sured the association that he would also
accompany the gentlemen f he could ar
range his affairs as to per Jiit him to do
so. Tbe gentlemen airreid to visit Ful
ton tomorrow, and tbe association ad
President Jackson haa appointed as
tbe committee to co-op .-rate with the
owners of tbe water po'ver interests at
Milan with regard to uniform terms of
relinquishment to the government as per
action of tbe association at its last meet
ing: Messrs. Oliver O sen, E. E. Par
menter. W. A. Paul, T. J Medill, Jr.,and
A POSSIBLE ULDK
A Malta Paper Caaaeeta a Mtraace
. .Diaaaararaaea Tweaajr.Elp at Trara
As With the Flaeiacar the Hkele-
laa Mataraay Xisku
Tbe Moline Republican thinks it baa
discovered a clue to tbe skeleton found
near that city last Saturday nlgbt, a
heretofore described la the Aroub. It
Thirty-one years ago a man by the
name of Mennaerd came to this city
rrom tsruege, Belgium, tie was quite
wealthy, and with him brought a large
quantity or woolen cloths, manufactured
in tbe old country. He claimed that be
had failed in business before coming here,
dui irom the wreck he ba i managed to
aave a little. These cloths be sold to bis
fellow-countrymen in this vicinity, and
from these sales realized quite a sum of
money. He was a tall, powerful man.
and notwithstanding bis comfortable po
sition, he was ambitious and wanted to
save money, so he went to work ditcbine.
for which work good wages were paid in
.those days. After he had been
uere some lime ne purchased a
small piece of ground from one Van
Wambecke, and on this is built a small
shanty In whlci he lived alone. Here be
lived for something over a year. He
then made up his mind to go to the old
country and bring bis wife to Am' rlca.
All arrargements were made for his de
parture, and a few days before the ap
pointed time he came forth dressed in
Doe clothes, wearing a gold watch and
chain and other valuable effects. He
was ai irea in a large cloak, on one
shoulder of wiiich was a cross. This
display of what seemed to them immense
wealth, dazzled the eyes of his poor
neighbors, and many were the remarks
concerning bis wealth. He bad envious
neighbors, too, who were not slow to
express themselyes, and many said with
a sneer that be bore more the air of a
man about to enter tbe court of a kins
than one about to take a triD to Eurooe.
W ben tbe night before his intended de
parture came be disappeared. aoi that
was tbe list seen of him by bis friends.
who supposed that be bad started on bis
ouiney. i dis was twenty-nine years
ago. and he has never yet appeared in the
nesn. ljelters or inquiry concerning
mennaera oeean to arrive from Belgium.
and these stated that hejial never ar
rived in the old country. Receiving no
satisfactory reply from inquiry from
private parties, his friends then wrote to
tbe officials of Rock Island county. Then
a more riiild investigasion was instituted.
but with no avail. On one side of Men-
aerd's bouse lived Peter Dubuuue: on
the other lternard Van Kirkhove. Prob-
bly 200 yards from Mennaerd's cabin
was found tbe skeleton, which, accord
ing to lr. Arp'a views, tallies in every
aeiau witn toe description of Mennaerd.
Our informant says tbal Mr. Mennaerd
was forty-eiifbl or fifty years of age, be
tween five feet ten inches and six feet in
REV. G. W. GUETJ CALL.
The notorious Mrs. Swan was fined $25
and costs by Magistrate Wivill yesterday
afternoon for disorderly conduct, and in
default of payment of the same, sent to
The Garins. Jack and Jim, formerly of
ibis city but now of Davenport, and who
have not been heard from in police quar-
uti in hocb isiana ior some time, were
in Rock Island yesterday on one of their
old tears. They came over in a livery
rig and were in tbe act of giving a man
named Schultz a thrashing on
Market square with the aid of
buggy whip, when Marshal
Miller and Officer Sexton interfered, and
took tbe Garins to tbe police station
There they offered resistance to tbe at
tempts to put them in cells, but were
finally overcome and locked up. During
the evening Deputy Maishal Long, being
attracted to the cells by a light, discov
ered tbe Carina by means of some "live
coals" with which they had been tro-
vided by some tramps in tbe main cor
ridor, had succeeded in beating the bars
of the windows and had also knocked
the bed to pieces, and would soon have
had a wide enough space between tbe
bars to escape. Tbey were given a more
secure cell, and will be tried this even
Aaele Pa a.
Miss Payn who appears at Harper's
theatre tomorrow night in "Lady Mac
beth" is described as a handsome woman,
noble in features, and a form that might
awaken the love of a Jove or tbe jealousy
of a Juno. Her ability to master tbe
heaviest part is shown by her perform
ance ol Lady Macbeth wbicb sbe ren
ders in awful likeness tn nature. Her
acting bears many feati res of originality.
Sbe is strong, careful and intense, and
succeeds where many fail in keeping her
emotions in their natural bounds. She
has n-ed great care and spared no ex
pense to place ber plats on tbe stage in
the highest artistic manner, having, im
ported all her costume and properties,
which are absolutely historically correct.
Seats are on sale and it dirations are tbat
she will do a large bus ncss.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Syrupy
Acts quickly, is perfectly safe and never fails to cure all Lung troubles.
TRY IT. 10c, 25c and 50c Bottle.
KerplBK Brticrr Haara.
In Des Moines a movement is on
among tbe girls km wn as the
O'clock Club." It is a part of a nation
al movement having for its object the
keeping of early bount by the young peo
ple of both sexes. According to its reg
ulations all lights are to be religiously
put out at ten o clock , and balls, parties
and other festivities are to end early
enough to allow of tliis. Whether it will
make much headway or not is a question,
for early hours, wbil ; conducive to health
and longevity, are ni t very attractive to
most young men.
Lay a Sopp y
First quality 4 ply li len collars.
First quality 4 ply linen cuffs. . .
Silk tecks, fiaiin-Iin d, newest styles..
Men'a nnlaundried white shirts.
Rockford socks se unless
Heavy woolen sockf
Men's beavy undenbirta
Heavy Canton flam el drawers. .
Men's UroDg suspenders
Boy's neat satinet units.
Boys' satinet overcnats
For low prices and reliable goods there
is no place like
SlUI'K & M OSENFKLDKR
I t S3.
A new line of b ys' overcoats, which
no one can afford t a miss who intend
buying on We cuarantee saving
$1 on these coata i money refunded.
r-nl )H & MCBKKFKLDEB
Art Invincible bea'.ing stoves. Helper
cook stove, and L ve Oak stoves, on easy
term a. Prices ai low a tbe lowest cash
price. The Adima, 822 Brady street.
Leading author ities say tbe only proper
way to treat catai rh is to take a constitu
tional remedy, lit Hood i ttartaparUla.
Aekra Aeeeattae Mapertaiaaaeaey
aff the Hew Mrxteaa Mlaaleae-Mia
Rev. O. W. One, pastor of the First M.
S. church, is in recelot of a telerram from
Bishop D. A. Good sell, of Boston, in
forming him that the bishop of the M.
K. cbnrch had agreed upon him as the
most desirable man that could be secured
now far the superintendency of tbe New
Mexican missions and asking him when he
could . be prepared to go. Mr. Oue
at once laid tbe matter before Presiding
Elder M. A. Bead, who called a meeting
of the official members of the church in
tbe parlors of the Rock Island National
bank thla morning to take suitable action,
urging upon the bishops a reconsideration
of their purpose to call Mr. Oue from
his field here.
The conference was largely attended.
Presiding Elder Head occupied the chair,
and Mr. J. F. Robinson was secretary.
After due deliberation it was resolved to
telegraph the tistops to reconsider their
action if possible, and the following reso
lutions were also adopted:
Resolved, That this quarterly confer
ence affirms Its loyalty to the church and
its bishops, and are ever desirous that the
best interests of tbe whole church be con
sidered in all things. That after years
of sacrifice and effort In behalf of the
church in this city we have succeed, d in
budding a new cbutch edifice which has
lately been dedicated, at tbe dedication
of which a large indebtedness was pro
vided for. wbicb Is to be collected during
tbe present conference year. With par
ticular reference to this interest we be
lieve that a change of pastor now would
be injurious to the church.
As an outgrowth of thia work there
prevails now in tbe church and commun
ity a spirit of revival, which this church
and community hopes to profit bv. to the
advancement of the cause of Christ.
In all our church enterprise and largely
instrumental In Its success have (wen the
labors of our paetor. Rev. Geo. W. Gue,
bis pastorale with nstbis year has enured
into and forms a part of all our pUna;
tbe successful carrying out of them are
vital and important. Any change of
pastors here at this time we believe would
now operate disastrously to tbe raueof
the church of Christ represented by us.
in view of the situation, which ia bast
known to oa. tbe uecesa of. which in
volves both our p rsonal and Jhriatiaa
character individually and collectively,
while we are desirous of respecting the
action of our bishops, yet we earnestly
and respectfully reoueat tbat B-o. Oue
be allowed to remain in this appointment
during ine prrwnt conference year, be
lieving that aucb, in this case, is the will
Mr. Gue states that while he Will Vv
submissively to the will of tbe biataopt.
and enter upon the work they may de
sign for him cheerfully and earnestly, he
would much prefer to remain In Ruck
IslanJ. That his congregation for whom
be baa erected such a beautiful houe of
worship, is anxious to have him stay and
enjoy the fruit of the labors Is shown by
tbe resolutions published above.
St I are Klalela.
Tbe Tblslleand Carrie went up.
River business I about played out.
i he stage nt tbe water was 2 85 at
noon; tbe temperature at tbe bridge 52
Tbe Verne Svain ha gone into winter
quarters below the city. She made ber
last trip Monday.
LUCAL ROT ICE.
Oyster at Krell & Math'.
The Hotel Gordon I now for ale.
Cook wanted At 749 Elm street.'
Wanted Boarder st 800 Niateenlh
Go to Hoi brook's. DavenDort. for ear.
pnie auu mi conain.
If yon want the beat barter bnal
buy the Hotel Gordon.
8peeiel sale silk curtain at Tbe Adama.
az raj atreet, Davenport.
Send your friend to Krell & Math 'a
for a d lab or can of fresh oysters.
Tenderloin, snare riba. nla'a rWt k.1
lera. etc.. at Uilraore s pork house.
Call and aee the hand-carved had room
utte at Uolbrook'a, Davenport.
Parlor suites and fancy chair of
a . . ..... . '
description at liolbruok , Davenport.
Ice cream always on hand and aerved
ey ue dish all winter at Krell Math'.
A handsome line of book case and
cstrmeta ust received at Holbrooke, Davenport.
An elegant assortment of dining tablca.
chair and bat rack at Holhrook'. Dav
Blankets, comfortab e mattreasea. pil
lows rare bargain, at tbe Adama, 322
Brady street. Davenport.
n ben you want a nice dish of fresh
oyster step in to Krell & Matb'a and or-
der them up in any style.
BMroom suites, parlor suites, lounge.
fancy rocker, sldeboarda. dining table.;
full line at Tbe A lama, 81 1 Brady street.
The Crown dining hall. No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, la now ready to furnish you
the beat meal in the city for 23 cent. A.
a. Johnson, proprietor.
Bear in mind we do not quit making iae
cream when cold weather seta in. and you
can get it in any quantity in tbe coldest
weather. Remember Krell & Math'a and
get the beau
$50,000 to loan on real eatata arariit.
in sum of and upward, at lowest
current rates of interest, without com
mission, e. w. Hum, Attorney at
law, Kock Island.
Kak a ef It.
Ho one abould mis looking tbrouLh
onroverccau. WhjT Because we have
the largest aatortmenl ever seen here. We
have many novellie not ahown eU.
where. We are lling cbeantr than ever
neara of. All we ask ia an lnp ction.
We want facta to speak for tbemrelve.
Fimok Jfc MoiKKKaxrtkK.
emit a aulloaa atari ii i)in,i
Mine. la tb tH .. VTkiiatMri
BeaAarbc T Cartf's Ltttk Livar TfTM asa
aqnaUy vsloaMa la OoaeUuna, cunt a4 pra.
m m ll dfuch inif ihm mt wrn tmtettaa
wgttlMalhaliiiaela, Jtatf taayaala
We make two special offering
1 . Double Fold Drea Flnnnala
la a variety of shades and mix
tl IbM'encalwaBd'n Mm bMirf tfeoaa
Whooaxauy ttm wiU aad thaaa UtUwptUavaJ
ablalaaomanv war tbal tfevr n ant aa aib '
fatbabaBaef awry area that Wats aba.
ai nmraiiil a t. war ptUacwtaMwaUe
"" ' i 1 1 - tl i TTTIi an t i aiaill aa I
Tfcry mrm Mrtctlv vnprubto an aa
Tmnrn batbr tblr rrntk mntam bUm
tmUMta. lavMtaattSemtai rnrtl. aVaa
Bp erawlata avarraeaaa, ar Mi by i
A BurprlKinjdylow nrioe for flrat
2. Wool Suitings. 3d Inches
wide, plain shades at
Ton ha rent seen their equal Car
anywhere near 25c
If yo era a aaoary aaver yoa will l
veatlfata. It wiU pay y U take m
rfaao through oar
SkULLPlL SHALL DOSE. SUJW PRICE
Hock Island. Illinois.
CLEMANN fc SALZLLANN,
out xinirr osi.v,
THURSDAY. NOV. 20th.
la bk.kr.prw a .n-at.t Traa;W iol.
n . , - '
Furniture and Carpet Dealers
Have the lrKt eatablUhaiaat Wt of Cbiaaa.
DONT KOIU3ET THE PLACE.
CLECIANN & SALZUANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 121, 13 an l 188 Slxleenla 8treet,
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THEM
tVOaajMSUTCB riDtl TKB rss
i-uuy Muoiiotu. Intelligence Column
J Rock Island Savings Bank,
Kaabarrasalaar ta the naclatratr.
Amonc yesterday' Springfield dis
patches to the Chicago Herald appealed
Gov. Fifer has parrioned L P. Kerns.
of Moline, sentenced to six months in
jail for larceny.
Which the ltlapatch of last evening
thus fully explains:
Magistrate Kerns has been the subject
of congratulations toilay from all wbo
read the Herald, and be enjoys the joke
as well as the next one. The only ex
planation ia that a month or two ago tbe
magistrate sentenced Henry Clark and
George Lee to six months in jail as va
grants, uiey Having been arrested and a
quantity of burglars' tools found in tbe
possession of one of them. Sinoe this
time Clark' mother has been persistent
in ber efforts to ret the magistrate to se'
cure a pardon for her son, until at last be
wrote tbe governor atating the case, and
finally furnished Mrs. Clark transporta
tion to see tbe governor herself. Sbe
seems to have seen him yesterday and to
have been successful. The Bpringfleld
correspondent of the Herald doubtless got
tbe names mixed, and put in tbe name of
tne magistrate where be abould have
used tbe name of tbe vagrant.
Mrs. Clark today presented tbe pardon
to Sheriff Silvia and ber son was prompt
ly released and the devoted mother went
away with a happy heart.
Taa atraaell aWlal riaa.
The Schnell Social and Literary club
gave a pleasant entertainment last even
ing at tbe club rooms in Bcford block be
fore an audience ul 250 invited friends.
An excellent programme waa admirably
presented a follow:
Inctmmental aolo, "Irl.h Diamond."
Mtm J. Kane
Hamoron.alrctiona "Irian LellrrV' . . F. J. OriT
Muaic. "Old Black J" Mioa K. kucba
lllo.trated Ketor, Aa sen From DiflVrant
fnlnlaof ww Uco. P. mandahar
rtiaturical addreaa ...V. J. hinimm
Vocal aolo. "E.mermldm'' !iw Hcanliger
ueciainaiiun, i n raupair a iPrau imhi,
Tom B. TtrM.
Ptorr J. Frank kaae
Mnatc. "Our City Frteml"
Mao. Blrorhlr and Jowph Kay
Selection, "The iluner a an rrom iMyton"
Instrumental Mfc. "Martha ' Mum Mcklruy
Vocal auhi. "Tb. WalinraUl"
Debatr, "Character, not Kdurallon. ia Moat Km-
cnclal tolwrCountry." Wm. McBniry lor th
amrmatin and Joha P. Looncj and St. bcbaell
for tbe neKatt.a.
Song, "sweat Alpine Roses'".... .Mamie Richards
Oa taa Wraai ttMat far aaeaaeala.
The friends of Mattlias Riley, aa old
settler of Davenport, and who at one time
kept a hotel on Second street between
Harrison and Main streets and afterwarda
at Third and Harrison streets, are telling
a good story at his expense. One day last
week be started out to bunt tbe Henne
pin canal and meet a brother landlord,
Mr. Rugge, wbo keep an eating bouse at
Milan. Mr. Riley reached Rock Island
and started down the river. He at fengih
got into the boat yard and asked if that
wai where tbe Hennepin canal waa to be
located. Some one told him that the
route had been changed and be would find
It at Moline. The old gentleman trudged
np to Moline but could not find tbe Hen
nepin nor any one who knew Mr. Rugge.
Finally be concluded he would come home
and let Hennepin canal be fonnd by a
younger man. On hi return home be in
nocently told tbe story and now be is bo
log joked about it. HI only request waa
that they would not tell any newspaper
men . UaveDport iwui
a-v r . ...
air. nenry wemiel. of ti amnion, waa
in tbe city today.
Mr. Louis Cad w Under, of Chicago.
spent yesterday in the city the gueat of
nis Duaineas associate. Mr. C. r. Fkm
Mr. Anna Fly no. formerly of Rork
Island. Is lying at tbe point of death at
uavenport. She is a aister-in law of W
C. Maucker, of this city.
. B McKown sell hard wood ia
lengtba, cut or split; soft coal, lamp and
not, corner Fifteenth alreet and First
avenue. Telephone 1198.
Lse "Aunt Jemimas" prepared nans
caite nour. I be most excellent Drodnc
lion in tbe market. Ask your grocer for
it. aenaao S r oilers sole aeeola.
Tbe weather doesnt seem to have much
influence on Simon Jt Moseafelder'sover
coat trade. Tbeir immenae stock and aa
tomsbinglow price draw the people.
Lyman Carter, aged twenty-two and
colored, died at hi borne on Twentieth
street last night of pneumonia.
witb wbicb he bad been ill for three
inra. 101. j. at. yvuitlemore cava a
brilliant reception at ber palatial borne
at rtocjt island arsenal yesterday after
noon, which waa attended by a lare
numner ot ladies from Kock Ialaod. Mo
line and Davenport.
Joseph Starkley. of North Bend. Neb-
is in the city. He formerly resided in
Boa ling township, is a staid democrat.
and be aay that thia time Illinois did not
do so much better than Nebraska, which
elected a democratic governor.
Davis & Co. hsve commenced lay ins
tne gas mama nnuer ue ordinance graat
eu i am siay, east on rourtb avenue
from Twentieth street. Tbe work will be
pushed on toward Moline via Twenty
third street and Fifth avenue as rapidly
Tbe Mean. Kegu have let a contract
to Larkin & Stephens for the erection of
a brick smoke stark 110 feet high on the
east sine or tbe court of tbe Kuck Island
house to be used in connection with tbe
steam beating apparatus with al.U-h
tbe hotel is to be provided.
Tbe lower saw mills Indulged in theit
customary blow off of steam last eveoing
aa an inuioation 01 ue close of tbe i
aon, and tbe sounding of the whist'e at
tbe unusual hour led some to beilrve
there waa a fire, but Ibis proved to be a
uon t forget to come down to the car
penter' ball at Atmory hail Friday even
inc. November il, young and old and
enjoy youraelyea. aa we will guarantee
everybody a good time and a r la will
be awarded to tbe beat lady and gent
dancer, a Li :h may be aeea at Johaaoa'a
A tbotgon loaded witb small shot
would ilo acceptable aervica just now to
tcatp-r tbe horde of cur dogs that make a
gathering place vt Spencer square, scratch
ing up tbe graas and defacing the ground.
1 be owners of those dogs abould ba mada
to pay tbe dam-ge. If this continued
tne autborltir will make it lively fur the
Id the county court yesterday there waa
tried before Judge Adam aid a jury
composed of John Ben gat on, J. 8 Gil
more. B. Ferguson. U I J. Lowrev. E
G. Fraxer, B. Winter. W. P. TdaH J An
fee'c, Lotbar Herat. Chss. Rose. C. (1
Deck ar.d J. K. Johnston, the suit of I
city ot ssoiioe against Adam Al Jay to
condemn through hi property a strip of
ana ior me extension or Tblid alreet,
Tbe jury awanled Mr. A Id ay 429
Tbe rehearing of the case of Dr. Palmer
tbe magnetic physician, of Davenoort
against Wlklermulh. of Moline. for fee
for magnetism, waa rota me need before
Magistrate WhriU tbi norninc and iurv
composes, oi r m. l onng. u. u. Boars,
J no. Tsyiur. J BO. Uleland. Capt. W. U.
WbUier and 1 bos. Tnornlon. Tbe at
torney for the plaintiff are S. W. 8earle.
of thia city, and J. M. Richardson and VT.
H. han.berlain.of Davenport, while Wm.
JncLair) appear for the defense.
Go north, young nan, go notth and
frees ap with the coaolry bat doa't
forget to take a bottle of Dr. Bull' Cough
ojrup aionn -
a eiruac Oemti J nliten ikl.i.l.
rert fJUInrlcal (-ataatra and profwntea.
Prira- 50p, 75c and (1 00.
auprreent redactlan Mr tbe nrtl V dara
on llaavtea and pnn a.oni. '
ha. 110, ial and Hit, Tblrd Ae
la tbe ebeanen mk In thennaMy la hmj tr-
vv", rwime. vim, nr.
eainMH ewd iarw la Ito t .mi r
ratlMaia. Try a.
""If Ullll)!( rtttMTt HR at Hill
ana. d. ay. ota.
Fun At-K-A riat L T or M KIH-L 1
Hmmrv. a.-e a Itli .4 eaal auwee aaaV
J. w . da,eV nwl bawd ixm, Ml raiai
ROCK TSLAZTD. TT.T.
Oywaamiytaaa u a. ay. and aaaitaj sainliai r t a. ean
lire paroaat lalaraat paid oa Dapo:t- Moaay loaaad oa ParaoataA. OoU
UMraLor Reel Ectat Saomrtty
B r.RttlkiUM.rW t C BIiJI, ne.lW J. i riaa. Cnaklat.
r. u . rTo.j. r. r t.
dwa Brawl. w4adha.' '
qitVSl.HtXrtlTIt bwaabt. ewtd
aaoerd al Kaikwaat neari frtTy and Tbwd ate,
sale van aBLK raraar
kmeeeemt a airniea. Now in Mn'l. el
riamiac wo.aa, was ueeul'ca miMea
ra; liannu 11 f and liatk: far tail nurnien
K)r i. WALaKat. I
aTr-I.Aliy AwfM AT CBB
uaatniHaaw. I 4l ml e. ait H-
Drucr Store. -i
HORST VON EtZCKRITZ.rbaraieriet
fnanumm a SnriaLTv.
Fourth Ave. and Twenty-Third St
W. C. MAUCKER,
Hatlaf nwKhaed Ibe
ANTED An artm TrrllM ae.1.
u a oami liae ad Mr m I
naaiteer.iy. rH were ead eta
luaia iiHI aa ta-tW teUaciM at , caareaje.
WAKTED.-A LADY TO MAAIB A
breara onV. a aw. aera fcnaaw. Um tae Fe- I
p remaie Mrriac Ij.j : wiwadtd
eliXWIeall; Udmi wil .leaaa. TW tw. Quae
let aieaKai laMUate.Bwaia brad lad.
QALKaMEN WANTCtl Tit OtU. M BbEkT
ankKa. MiaatMM fia.aena. aeiary aad al
ee cnaainei fnaa eterl . eiarel
m Ma it . iNjtat fr trte Sae una a.
wiumcacw a. uuuaa.K tvl , aferria
aaretrr. n. 1.
TTTATRD-)EEKaL bTATK A.1EXT Tl
V V etwa wataaanm la anaii anaroMl ett.
awnciwittniMM of ear barww end an-
anal lorel aa nkc-u la wnn ctty an ibe
eute ; a-de well kun, mmvi mm .. ka nat-
vraal aeaiaad. aad a. e art met mt SB a tiS)
pereww. Til I MU txarAl.
jmm anetvif, rw Bern.
T laBtk-U illKTian WuKaaiEa or I
A-J all s'aSia. rmm mmn awad. maMmnl ka
a leaatwe rerde ed ftiM mi hum
t -. .. ea aUcatoa tn e raen u E. K. I
liuuraa. aenwtar. wf aaw i i,ku Laaakwe
t a-d Deatere Aeaortaivoa. nw at Oian md
(waaiaa, a. W cornet Law-aiie aad a.aakm
w"a. i.ii nan. IU.
KxVNN & HUCKSTAEDT,
Njl lsil aad lilt fWad avcaar.
THE LEADERS IN STYLES AND PRICES IN
OIL CLOTHS, SHADES, DRAPERY, Etc.
Thoroughly Good Millinery
rVonefty abb b be nee bad tattled fur tbe bo.
Ial baalacea, at auw preaarrd la arroat
Madata traaeient f m-ata.
Day and Regular Boarding
at Try reaanaahle price.
ATTORStT AT LAW-oeVaaea-J. T. Bea
wartby. ITSt Muad Aeeaaa.
J it KM) A HI RST,
I TTORa a AT LAW. tHBrw la Starg lebaad
aaanaaii naaa awtidia. Kwt lual. I
a.a ewaaaar. awaiusa,
SvftEXET A WALKER,
i TTOEIITS AXI 0)l !..liilKt AT LAV
uava aa wacea's ktecs, au lainaa. I
rEMRT k. IrEXIRT,
ITTORXETw AT LAW-Ueaa aaaaweea
fl awraniy.aufeeeaiiectKiaa. KHenta at lira.
u a i.yada. i
THE DAILT ARHl H.
R SALE EVET EVEMIO at -
mwi wienai. r ie eeate aw eay-y.
Be at ales engsrd la Ibe
1 tbe aaaaealarw altb a tbwica ba ad
I arm arudara a anecaaity.
tilLS. EITHERIVKD A HITLER,
RaPrATKaor the nyriiinrtTttii.
I""" TladaJ e Lwry ataW; aVrwideaae . We
nndentrtad! prove asach oaaapaat la
The revBtatioB wLick w have ea
t abhabed tor heaptr-g the beat aad latt
atyto mil Unary In the ottr- is Irmly sp
held by EVERT BAT AND BONNET
SHOWN- There U a tatlncT FTT
and STYLE aad aa ELEOANCE of
FINISH aboet oar snJIUnary which ts
dae onUrwly to tho saportorlty la tho
sBAktns. Oar DESIGNS or ORIGI
NAL a4 PRIVATE to oarnelTw. and
tharafgrw. osnaos bo dspUoatol wnth
the FASHIONABLE EfTECT.
1704 SECOND AVENUE.
1200.00 and Upwards
For ), aeenrad o land worth front
thro to flee tiovre tho amovuit
nf the loan.
latere! T par eeat eeml aaaaan. a.TI-i.1 m-
"ane. vrwe a. caarfa.
E. W. UU1WT,
ATToiuriT at Law
btoaaa I and Maeaata Twain.
ROCK IIlTD ITJ.
Saturilay, Aug. 3090. 1
WM. 0. XUIP. D. D, S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
.:.. aad a.
llAYKXroRT. I A.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
TOBGNT & ABLER,
IlrtDoTl to 219 STrBlenUi Street
Ld & Stovart,
IOO Years Alto
reaate etldat esawal a. m4 aaata. ainiis r
taca, aad laaaaa airs a lasary aearj baay aadaT
e, ae tare uifH ana way. aadnaijlil. nea
awaaa; bat a GuuO laata la ana a laaary. rba
aarybedy aaaaa aaea.
UTTLE JEWEL. LAMP;
aawaj raaUy new. awi tae anataet and I
m. caadb) awwar. j, aeaal al
faatas. aad sa aaafal and caaaa, tbat wvaryaaa
O. M. LOOSLXT-
I Buy a Pair cf
FOR WET WEATHER.
Tbo opper ta thin Boot Las a
patdrntiixatoc. which U AcU, CXI
nd WAterproot, tzirrtevl la ruch
a mir.naT aa to mAlv) both iosl
Use Raven C!ws Drcsilng. ai-lUck-ioiat!j
the Ust (ar Lviict" tlaert. Ncief Waterproof!
Ciirt, cruL fMef lujorr tL leatba.
Try Lutilc kuA l cwatbMjl.
Boots and Shoes,
im Fifth Aeua.
lilt aUoaa4 Avoaaa.