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JAHNS & BERTELSEN,
T fefe lit 1
5 fPSssSEsf' -s 2
Tinware And Hofsu
1612 SECOND AVENUE.
-Bought At Sheriffs Sale-
THE STOCK OF
Alexson fc Ulmark
OF MOLINE. AT
Per Cent on the Dollar.
will bring this Btock to our stores this wreck. They
a 3,000 of Stationery, Blank Books, Piush Goods
els and Sporting Gooda, which we will close oat at
than manufacturer's prices.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1703 and 1705 8econd Avenue.
A. J. SMITH & SON,
II I 111' y
Ki:l i,kV It now replate with Novelti.. Call and compare onr stock ud price.
A. J. SMITH iSc SON,
l-" and 137 West Third Street, Opp. Masonic Temple, DAVENPORT.
WALL PAPER COMPANY-
312, 314 Twentieth St.,
Ana Postoffice Block, Moline. ROCK ISLAND.
K .ALKPAFER-E-.tjJn",T.,e'n,,rnT '"'lowing ill lanreM Wall Paper
.or l H''00"- J''V'yCo.,RobrtS.Hobb. oo., Serin. HarUand. Ue
lorn all Hipyr To., and Knlxjrt Uraves Co.
h i "Kli.k'1'? "'K:iAU-Whlch Include all the Art paper. Price from 10 lo 80 per cent
D-iun other dt-alers.
Howard Watches, Imported Watches,
H. D. FOLSOTtl.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Syrupy
Acu quickly, ia perfectly aafe and neTer fall to cure all Long trouble!.
TRT IT- 10c, 25c and 50c Bottles.
Medicine known tor all Kidney, Long and Btomacb trouble. I
Thomas Kidney and Liver Pills.
Be a Bottle Samples free.
' ROCK ISLAND, tt.t.
Druggist, Book IilwrL
MORE NEW BUILDINGS.
Gratifying Oatlook for Eock Island
Next Season. . ;
,"-lh"-Pr.ve-".,. Hade ..d
Rock Island h.. Ver ,hown g0 mnch
or a building tendency aa it doea u the
Preient time, and tbe indications that
ne season will witness more scliTe
preparations in this linn than bis the
present. The erection of the Mitchell &
Lynde bank bulriing. the Y. M C A
buiUing and the First M. F. chut, h 'has'
given an impetus to further ent erprise
Already ia Mr. Henry Carse consider
ing plans for a handsome businen block
on hia Second avenue prop-rty we,t of
Harper'a theatre and will uo .loubt put np
building there next snrine wbii n will
be a credit to the city.
Mr. L. 8. McCabe has decided to re
move the old sheli wen of bis Second
venue business house early in the spring
snd erect in its stead a building that will
be in keeping with the main portion of
hia immense establishment.
The Messrs. Darts haye become shamed
of the little onestory brick at present oc
cupied by Krell & Math, and inspired by
the Hennepin's success have determined
to build their long-time tenants a hand
some building in tbe spring.
There are other similar enterprises in
contemplation which will likely develop
during tbe winter.
Mr. Geo. Scbafer is having the front of
his newly purchased building 01 Second
venue and Sixteenth street tors out pre
psratory to putting in a froi tofmore
The Harper house drug store has been
on lergoing some attractive improvements
or late. Tbe Adams Wall Paper C m
Dsnyhssjust completed cra ning the
store throughout The counters are now
to be cut down one half and to.;ed with
magnificent seventeen inch show cases. A
new wall soda fountain is unmm: the other
improvements in contemplation.
Mr. Valentine Dauber propose as soon
M the ci-y can vacate, to rer ovate tl e
Rescue hose bouse on N.neteenth street,
snd equip it for a bltcksmith shop, while
he will remodel bis present substantial
brick building on Third avenue hi...
Eighteenth and Nineteenth streets, the
first floor of which he at pres. nt uses for
shop, and make it into a handsome
store room wto modern front and nth.r
improvements such as will make it de-
suable for a business establishment.
QUITTING FOR THE 1V1XTER.
Horkan Siin Wairr n.wrr Balk
H"" Casil t-xt Kprlac.
The new stone bulkhead has begun to
assume quite' creditable shar. nays the
monne Jiepvbuean. and Uncle Sm"a
masons are about readv lo cense woik for
the winter. They have mailt: fine pro-
gress, considering the numerous accidenta
met with. There are in most t laces five
or six courses of stone to lie laid yet, and
U will doubtless be la: r next summer be
fore the work of construction is finished
and all of tbe forty-two wheels in place.
I tie new dam differs from the old
in some points of structure. One of theae
is the tapering of tbe piers or braces. The
oia braces were perpendicular, and it is
oeiuved tbe change will materially
strengthen the bu khead. Over 1 600 -
000 brick will be required to flnirb the
massive bulwa k. Tbe Cleveland sand
stone is in color a bluish emv. and look.
Immense. It ia said lo be ery durable,
For about 300 feet west e f the Svlvan
amphitheatre the old embankment has
been widened about ten fee', and heiht
ened somewhat. Running lengthwise
through tbe centre of this embankment is
a core of atone masonry, which ia in
tended to prevent serious breaks caused
In embankments sometimes by muskrat
holes. This core is covered with earth
A ckrlRima tilrr tat tbe ttny.
Mr. E. I Leveen. of the creat London
Clothing Company, has returned from
Chicago where he purchased the smallest
pony he could flnd.togctb r with a hand
aome litile road cart and harness to
match. The outfit w a secured bv Mr.
Leveen with a view of ma nine it a holi.
day gift to bis little friends the boys.
It is in accordance with a custom lone
respected by Mr. Lt veer, that he has
made this arrangement, a he never al.
lows the Christmas bolide ys to pass with
out appropriately rememl ering bis little
friends. This year be ha hit noon this
novel plan, it being the London's first
Christmas season in Rocl; Island, and be
ing anxious to have the cood
will of the little folks. Mr. Leveen
hss adopted this idea, nod has purchased
tbe smallest Shetland pony he conld
find, the entire outfit costing him $275.
The midget is a beauty, and it will be a
lucky little man that owns it after the
Mr. Leveen also bad the good fortune
of getting bold of ton e fine slocks of
boys' clothing at his owa price, which be
found that buying in bu k be could put on
hia ahelves at a more ad vantageous figure
than he could manufacture them. The
gooda will be on sale Saturday.
CltatOB'a Kev Bride-
The work of building Clinton's high
bridge goes on faster tl.an even the most
anxious anticipated it would, and yet the
work is being crowded by the energetic
contractors. Monday the copingon tbe
first atone pier was put in place, and a
handsome piece of masonry it is. And
immediately work ot another tier waa
begun, which It ia expected to comp'e'e
Dj Saturday next These are in the east
channel. All of this iron piers are in
place but two, and when this is comple
ted tbe company will not be retarded in
their work if tbe river should close for
they intend to build the wet piers when
tbe ice is in, so that the work will not
Interfere with the usi? of the draw next
fr'raaklt-'a Intk. Hew.
Frankie Jones, tbe boy actor, who has
frequently held down the theatrical boards
in Rock Island dt ting the past two
years, has lost bis s iven-inch smile, and
is deep In the soop. Homebow or an
other It became kno wn that Frankie waa
getting to be quite gay fW his- age, and
waa dreadfully fond of small been. Thia
waa too much for even Ills prestige to
overcome, for yon know, iond mamma's
wouldn't let their . laugh fcrs go and see
him act any more, a ad las week his com
pany went to pieces at Topa, Xab.
I'HE ROCK ISLAND
1 -j- m-m.m V. XVJUV.
A FJ-MALKIMPOSTER. I imhv n art i i
" lklar. Well rrMH4
Wasaa. ' l Itaek I.ia.d ...
One day last week a rather we)I dretsed
pleasant appearing woman called at many
v. uie Business houses of Rock Island and
with a "beg pardon air. will von nb....
read thiar presented a written statement
ot her case which was that she was on her
way from Bancror. Main i
Ksn.. where ker husband waa desperately
ill, and that she had become tm.it.
stranded after getting this far. She so
licited such aid as could be given her by
ympainetlc Dub c. Whil a t.nt.k..
oi our citizens were suspicion, of th. ,;
cerlty of tbe Woman's motives and iannH
her, ethers opened their hearts to the tune
'wenty five or fifty cents and received
Now comes the old story Toe papers
our neighborinK citie. sava .n ...
change, have been telling about a la ly
who was soliciting aid in their Hii to
get to her home at some point eau or
west, iut as the case migLt best suit tie
purpose, where her butband is lyitg very
sick, etc. She is rather handsome in ap
pearance, dresses neatly and in a manner
that does not indicate poverty. Of
course, very few can rrsint such a Llainl
f.,i i i . . . T
k--, auu sue succeeds in raking a
The Muscatine Journal of Tuesdiv bvp.
ning printed the following regarding tbe
woman and her experience in that citv;
That same femal i. In ti. , s.
reaplog a rich harvest, making anywhere
-w i'j tu per oay. ujod wage
ner story here, for she is now in this
city and is asking all to listen to her tale
of woe, is that her husband is sick in
Wichita, Kansas. She has managed to
get this rar rrom Bangor. Me., and ia
financially "in tbe soup " She tells this
!"""' awirj aou a quarter, hair or dol
lar is lonucoming to Help her oo toward
. the next atatinn .Ium k
peats the dose. That is one of tbe ways
in which to gain a livelihood and a way
that very few would take for so doine
uut sue una me cneea end beauty to do
it. Give her the cold ahnulW
The brzen -faced female was bid to go
nence oy the marshal this afternoon Mie
" man j uties oi woe, ner husband ap.
parenlly being the best game to work
the sympathies of the people on. Her
nusband or what purports to be a man
followed her about today, and was at
the depot this afternoon with her laugh
"K over tue way sue tooled the people.
He is sbout thirty years of age, bas dark
hair and mustache. n a i.lnb
hat. light overcoat and dark clothes,
wimp, sne is a pretty Monde, wearing a
black Silk circular cloak hi Rffc It ait .
is about twenty-seven or twenty-eight
.' " BKe- J ney are a precious pair,
and the rrss generally ahoull nana thm
around. When necessity requires it the
"-""' u mure man lie. auo cau uso
profaniiy as was evidenced this afternoon
after she had been cornered.
A We-ll Itrarrved Tnbatr.
In the November 112 number of her
Washington. Kate Field writes as follows
concerning our congressman-elect:
fuch a fight as there bas been in the
Eleventh congressional district of Illinois
never wss known before. William II
Gest, republican, who aimed to succeed
himself for the third time, bad an unu
sually formidable opponent in one of the
cleverest ot youne democrats Benjamin
T. Cable who is as popular in Texas;
where his enterprise is appreciated, as in
Rock Island, where he and his charming
wife reside. Mrs. Cable was a
Benton, ami is a coinin of Mrs
John C. Fremont. When educated
men like Mr. Cable enter politics, patriots
have good cause to rejoice. He succeeded
in overcoming an opposition majority of
two thousand. His is a triumph of per
sonality over partisan prejudice. Rock
Island's social loss will be Washington's
gain, for both Mr. and Mrs. Cable will be
welcome by political friend and foe on the
ground of sympathy and culture.
Mr. Cable carried every ward in Rock
Island and tbe city itself by a majority of
351. Two years ago Mr. Oest. also a
resident of Rock Islaud. had a majority
of 513. Mr. Cable's majority in tbe en
tire district is 1.873. For a first plunge
in politics, this is doing wonderfully.
Tfce Lae-ai Preaa.
One of our wide-awake merchants ssy:
"The fiower of the local press is unlim
ited. It attracts the wealth from abroad
and makes known the resources and cap
abilities of the city or towa. Each ad
vertisement in a local newspaper is an ad
vertisement of tbe town; it is the voice of
a busy merchant to his customers and
also to those who dwell at a distance. It
acta In many ways to benefit the town and
increases its business prosperity. For
these and various other reasons it is tbe
part of wisdom and honesty for men in-"!
terested in the growth and prosperity of
a town or city to patronize those'' who
patronize them and to help supprtit and
build up a home institution rather than
those abroad. In other wordsr dyertisc
in your home paper and show to distant
communities that you appreciate tbe
efforts made to develop vour town or
The Pilot wia.tue only boat in tbete
The statre of tbe water wss 2 55 at
noon; the temperature at the bridge 53.
Bridge travel yesterday amounted to:
Foot, north, 700; south, 718; total, 1.41&
Teams, north, 685; south, 602; total, 1.
377. There bas been some talk up the river
during tbe past season of putting a bost
on the river between Rock Island and
Burlington. Iowa, to make daily trips
between the two points It ia thought
that on account of tbe roundabout means
of communication on land this would be
a profitable venture. Muscatine Journal.
The Libbie Conger put in her appear
ance yesterday morning with tbe fine new
mammoth ateel hull tug Reliance, the
property of the Consolidated Coal com
pany, which was built at Dubuque, Iowa,
by tbe Eagle Iron Works at a cost of 3M.
000. The tug is one of the finest on the
western waters 107 feet lone. 20 feet
beam, and built express'? for this harbor.
Her cabin will be placed on her here by
Mr. J. D. Lannin, the famous cabin
builder, and will be completed in about
two weeks, ready for business. She w:!'
be commanded by CapLJTboa. Ledger.
St. Louis Republic.
Moline had two little burglaries last
evening but neither was of any con
A brown overcoat with velvet co lar
was stolen from in front of a Second ave
nue clothing establishment last evening.
A burglar entered a boarding bouse on
Fourth avenue and Ninth street last eve
ning and stole 40 in money and a gold
hunting case watch belonging to John
Eckard, afl'attner at the glass works.
Magistrate Wivill last eveniog
fined Jim Gatin - $3 and coals
for bis part ia tbe Tuesday afternoon
disturbance, and on payment of the same
the piiaoner waa released. Jack Gaiin
waa fined 100 and costs this Doming,
and on payment of t20 of the amount,
and a promise on Jack's part that he
would leave tbe city forthwith and not
enter it again, he waa permitted to go.
He Immediately took np hia flight to
AllOUS, THURSDAY. NOVRf RFTt 20.
UllI I'll A 1. MJCAL IOTICEH. I I r :
Adele Peyn in "Lady Macbeth" at Har
per'a theatre tonight.
A nice house of five rooms forreni;
Kona ncignoornood: ioi Third avenue
' i ne rormation or iha n.n.1 anmk..
progressive euchre club ia heina ?!..
Venison, qnail, ducks and wild turkeys
uarma mianrent. Itlenhnna Nn.
Mr. John Art
- a .Hi,aivH
sound and progressive democrats, waa in
tbe city today.
Bear in mind that nice prize that tbe
oesiaancer will get which may be seen
at Johnson's leweler atom
A four months old rianoht. ..f U, a n.I
rs. Louis (Intwn tt Mil.. I-
a - - -. ai.iwci I vi
Carbon Cliff, is dangerotuly ilL
The pony which is to be tbe London's
Christmas gift to tbe boys is a daisy. It
arrived this morning and wi.l he seen In
a lew day.
X- . .. . -
uu win mist an the fun of the season
if you don't comedown to tbe carpenters'
dance tomorrow eve and we will make it
pleasant lor all.
Miss Adele Psyn. tbe tragedienne, and
a portion of her company are at the Har
per house. The remainder are at the
nor a island bouse,
a ..i - , ..
t"-:'n, lame reception was given
at tbe residence of Mrs. Gilpin Moore this
ci.uiio in oorjor ot ner daughter. Mrs
WT U t t m a--.
u. martin, oi cansu Uity.
Miss Pavn. as Ladv M.lv.tk i...
ing at tbe opera bouse, was very good,
Tbe company throughout is very strong
rrank Laflm. of At! ant, Iowa, has
praciicauy completed negotiations
u. (lurcDueoi uornon s hotel and
restaurant on Market square.
l ne rxiya wi.l a'l be on the watch for
"i uonaon s Ubnstrnas gift to the boys
The pony, csrt an hum ess will be seen in
tbe London's window in a few riava
William C. Hegerhorst and Katherine
ui iu: city, were married by
Magistrate Wivill this afternoon, aa were
"UXUBl OlDBl anil I lOra K ink.. I. .1
"1 1 018 city.
1 ne Bltrr nt Hr IT.... !..:.. .
- - j i rum, ni
orooaiyn. . .. and Miss Susie Stod
danl takes Dlace at 0 nVl
day morning al the home of hi bride's
a ut a UfTW
parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Stoddard on
thejttrvinthe case of Dr. Palmer
gainst Wiltermuth for magnetic treat.
ii-ui. id mal7l.lrlA w ill'. .
roiigniin a yerdu t or tbe plaintiff al
0 o clock 1 tat eveninc. iil. h
. ion B' "
inenew stilt k nf trm' !.:...
the London wHI display Saturday was se-
, Dlr. veen at an nnusual bar
gain because of it beinn toward the end
of the season. Otherwise it would have
been cheaper to have manufactured tbe
At the n S'denr nf M . . .1 f ti.
Soberer. 1313 SiTth
ItrtV. Dr. C. E T.rl. i
Soberer. The haonv rnnnl arM .!
ciptenta of many warm rongratulationa
..... a.rll nisai'H irom admiring and ap
Cant. Tom Fuller, of th St t...
rec-ived a lav 4ff m hlnh r tit ti.ld I. .
over Thanksgiving. Besides cel. brating
... ymini iinnnay m trnly loyal style,
the genial raotain ia inten.irl i. . ,
lvn nuptial event which will tncapire
Aiiogetherlt w.ll be a gala
week for Fuller.
A COmnanV be been fnrm.rl milk VP
C. Coup, the showman at II.. l.-.A ...i
with f 75 OlKI capital, to build, eouiii and
run a novelty in the a mill' IM.nl lin.
nothing less than an V.I. u..u. '
wbeela. Five huge while anrl croM
fitted up and filled wi
poe the train, which will visit a number
of Illinois cities during tbe winter..
Mr. Geo. M. Roth h.. .;o -..v
position he basso ions' and acceutablv
filled as bookkeeper in tbe ofHoe of Wey
erbauser & Denkman'a n,,u ...i t..
come associated wuh Mr. E. W. Uur.t
in the insurance business. He will here
after bsve entire charge of that part of
Mr. Hurst' business Mr lintK i.
able and th .ronch basineaa man and will
prove a valuable acouisilion to Mr
Hurst's office force.
Tbe London' I.lllioini.n r..n it.
smallest in tbe world, is resting after It
long tourney, having been Iraoorted cs
liecially for the L'initan aaa n.lt m i..
juvenile friends and will be aeen in the
London's windows in a A.r.
gether with a beautiful cut and be'nesa
maue especially for the animal. Tbe
outfit, abich all the tvnea r ,
see. will be a surpri e to all.
ir you happen to be in Rock Mand and
want to put up for tbe night or want a
good meal just t -p at the Hock Island
house. There you will find that genial
and accommodating gentleman. C'has. T.
Donnelly, acting in the capacity of night
clerk, who will do aDTthinL? In hit rviavjtt
to make goesu comfortable and bappv.
ine itoca island U anjrid snd well esub-
lisbed hoUii-rtJ richt well tra -i,
t-i.i .m riwHi rfnniiMnn in ... -
-Walnut (111.) .V.fr.
Messrs. M. E. Sweeney, W. C. Msusk
er and llenrv Cars left tki. t.
Fulton lo invile tbe bead offlorrs of the
M. W. A to Viatt Rwk 1.1. ..I Tk.
Siollne comm ttee romrvnar-.4 nt If.....
C. T. Water. J. A eivii.n.v . .l i l-
Groom waited on tbe Woodman officers
at Fulton yesterday and extended an in
vitation to them to visit Moline. The
invitation waa accepted by tbe head con
sul and board of directors who sill ir.
rive in that city this evening. A meeting
win oe neia at Knowles' ball. The Roc k
Mand cnmmlllM will .
the Woodmen officers remain over and
visu itock Island tomorrow, which tb
in prooaDiy ao.
A s.reat llrkrrw Ereat.
The Hebrew people of tbe three cities
indulged in a grand social event at M.
eonic temple, Davenport, last evening.
i nc unnocrat saja of it:
About two hnndml ,...,.1. -.. i - .
tendance, tbe Hebrew population of the
three cities being there with few notable
exceptions, and a number of their invited
rienua joining witb ttiem in the festivi
ties of ihe evening. The toiktswere
models or artistic grace. An elaborate
supper waa served hi th. l.,i;.. .t at..
j ..Hia t UC
congregatHin. and proved their cuisine to
vi a ir wii ineir social entertain
ment. Schillinger's orchestra furnished
tbe music, and them t.n. ..n
tbe wee list' hours came round to be re
ceived with regret by ail. It wss a well
ordered ball the managers handling
everything with tact, and the reception
and floor service being admirably at
Miss Adele Psyn, a tragic actress, who
ia fast lising in fame. appears at Har
pers theatre tonight aa "Lads Marb-t!
The Indianapolis Sentinel says of tbe
tragedienne in this impersonation:
Miss Pavn'a "Lady Mauhit." a... a v..
work of an artiste. It ia a difficult role
and demands the moat sonscicntions and
arcompiisnea attention. Tbe details will
not be slighted, and fie most contrary
mental cbaracteriaitca m tNalllfinlU .a .
manding portrayal. Miss Paye met tbe
demands of tbe occasion very handsomely-
Tbe sleeD-Walklnir ena n...
ticolarly alriking. and It received very
g :neroia recognition.
"Troth is mlirhtv anil will n..nr
Salvation OJ la a trathful article It
keepa every promise and coals only fc3
cents a bottle.
Art Invincible haatina atAvata n.ta.
nook atove. and Live Oak stoves, on easy
terms. Price aa low aa the lowest cah
price. Tbe Adams, 823 Brady street.
Leading authorities aay the only proper
way to treat catarrh la to take a coaatlta
tional remedy, like Hood's geraeperllln.
Oysters at Krell A Mel 'a.
The Hotel Gordon la now for aale.
Cook wented-At Hi rim atrtaat.
Wanted Boarders at 80S Niateeata
Go to Holbrooke. Davenport, for car-
nata . .Ilk '
r ma M.a. vtutaiaa.
Mia uuwi uoruon.
8pecial sale silk curtains at The Ad ansa.
88J Brady street, Davenport.
Bend your friends to Krell & Math 'a
ur awn or can oi rreah oysters.
Tenderloin, spare Hbe. pig's feet, leaf
aiu. ir, at uumora a pork house.
Call and see the hand-carved bed room
suiies at uoiDrooh a. Daren Dort.
Parlor suites and fancy chairs of every
twipum m uoiorooa a, Uaveaport.
Ice cream always on head and eaei1
by the dish all winter at Krell A ilaih'e.
A handaoma liaa nt IwwvW . a
cablnete just received at Hoiorook s, Dev.
An elegant aaanrtntaat nt l.l.. a.l.l..
chairs and hat racks at Holbrook'a, DavC
BUnketa, comfortab'e maltreeaee. pH-
.iwa rare oargaina. al tbe Adams, 152
"oj sireei. leaven port.
When Too want a .1". I.k . t
j " j ajaatu VI lirr,
oysters stenin to Krell A Matt.'. ...i .
ucr una np in any style.
Bfdmom SuitM. narlnr nlla U..a
a"- - aaVHa.r,
fancy rockers, sideboards, dining tables:
..11 II . aa.. . . . '
a. i oe Aiame, si I urady street.
The Crown dlnlno hall V t -me a
a. -, ..v. aw ajarv
ond avenue. Is now ready to furnish you
"a nwai in us city for ss cent.
USA Annt Jaimlaak.."' I
- - - - ' ficim pan.,
cake flour. Tbe moat excellent nroHno.
lion In the bark.. a.w . ,
la D-a. . 7. . "V.1J1WCTIW
- as yyoila-ra anla .
Bear in mind we An ant n..i a..vi.. tv.
cream when cold weather seta la. and you
vu sn ii ia any quantity la tbe coldest
-r,u,w' iwsmeiener ureii X Math a aad
get the best.
150.000 to loan . M.i ... ...
in auma of taOO and nn.inl .i
current rates of Interest, without com
mission. E. W. Hurst. Attorney at
Her. Ur. T.Tlor. oSJri.tlog. arrr'.
OHB SIGHT OSLT,
THURSDAY, NOV. 20th.
In Hkikcapcarc's OrratrM Tratrlr n,.t.
A siroac CMnpaay of pttjrra. akulatrty i
net HIstorMal cuatasM aad peoparltea.
SaM oa s.lc Tavadar ISea. at la H n-rr Urn
Price- 5a-, 75 and 1 1 tk.
it ctt, rraavriaoa ror lk B.n Is d.T.
aa Jtajqrlaaaaa epriag Waoaa.
Ho. 110, iatt aad ie.4. Tklrd Ava,
Is tb rbcapro piar lataaeaaary 10 hay ckr
rtajeva. Bonclca, Palala, Oua. ate.
fAiL ST e
hurst von kceckritz. pamatw
raaaraifTHuia a aractaLTT.
Fonith Ave. and Twenty-Third St
W. C. MADCKER,
Hartaf purchaaad tb
Properi ahkh 1m has had iaCu4 for Iha lv
tal ba.lBCM, I aow prsparad to arcaw
avodata traaswat (aasta.
Day and Regular Boarding
at vary taaaoaakht aticaa.
H. I lo aaad U th
at lu aailar wttb a caalc lot at Grocarlr.
rum pradaca a svatlaltf.
is eras e-
$200.00 and Upwavrdi
Por aale, secured oa land worth from
three to five times the amount
vt the loan.
R W. HURST,
Attosjtkt at Law
I aad I Mawoalc T.wi..
HOCTir IMfJIVD IfJ.
Lloyd & Stowatt,
fccfc VrnAf aad ndanaaB -- .
jaajaa kloaa atoiaotaaj 1 laM. 1 aaS
Bam, t-aia la' tali Has fca. Wl,' kTuZv aHaa
BtwAacV. TH CarWa UtOa PS
eooal) TaJaxM. la Uaaatlaa. t-nt u4 pra.
aaUaa talaaaaoytafflaaay4aalat.aia. lia-f aVla
- kaJl daaa W-Ta of ia 1 al aa. kaanaajaaaataa
aadsaajl.utlakiailfc SLMa a taaa aaia;
aoiap. fTiam taa1aatl.a.1L. coawaaoiat; hatrotta
akalaSa; UMrralaa.lia. aal ai, Uao
Wka aara try it iia aiu aad flaaaw Imfe ptllajaal.
eUataaaaawy aar.taa.UMT a,a am aa. mH.
toataaaaavboattl !. IM aafw alLaaar hajad
I Is tka fcaa. nt as may I ban laaal.ane
tartar- Lnila Lrnv Ptrj era awy ra.a nj
Vrry amj to UbacrtwsMnaaMaaadiw
ary Bra atncily va. aolaW aad ata acat any car
pa-. Wat l-y U, J MUaaru.a ilaa ad vae
ka.tkata. lryuM.txSnautaral.alL a4
fcTdragwf bimj kaaa,ar at by mUL
catrrtR rtotctNt ca. Maw e.
mLPBL SMALL DOSE. tUUltm
Bf - V.
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THEhU
raan. aad M pir a iba a.par tor
Oaly aaa4lf m. a vord. Kraadf taada IBM
colaaBB. Try H.
Full BKT-araw1 Mwaai fa.HU taa to
r-pr-ikas canilai.a. S ICS aad aa.
MOIET U'tUUliX rt'RMTt KI st Nil
kuuad BTaaar. J w j.ivr.
FOR SALK-A Halt L T or M MiiH'aL M
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at J. W . Jaaa. aHC.N.J aal Maaaa.. 11A J
t)Nn-ltsN0 n RMTt KR. baa.bt. aad
or asraaarrd. M.aa. ba.ai .
Moiad at Naaikraat curaa-, rrrry aad Tkird ia
Uavaaport. UR SALK vai l ani.K riTtar is.
A. fn.aaii a Kiaaaaa. &tim in aaarrajttaa at
Mat iat.hla( Wrk. H.artliaa M pkuada.
Ca: Baa rra I'fr aad hi
a)vr ua knur J. atuiK,
ar laii uinai
WSTKO H4tT tTKABKJlJ WIIU(-A4
faard ti.ia.l. mA ' - - - - . . ,
rTAVrKU-LaDY Alitxrs AT rU
"" aad riaraars. t all at a. SlS Ftf
WANTID-Aa ariiv Ttan-rtnr Mlraaw to
aril a avarral liar af aar Mrtaaaadav a
arrkMl.or, y. laoa ar.-a sad nm mm . a4.
anw.ai. nca-. -!,- aad.lataa at . t-fclrsca.
WASTED. A LADY TO MA1ACE A
Haaara aOVa. al balm aVaaa-. f.a ikaa P..
Pvaaal MarritVr lra.a-. Iji.-- . iali-
f: - TV. Dt.oxaa-
aaja-aaiaai laaauisia-. laaaua flf . n4.
rasr. aar naaianiaax-as fnaa rn . a ttarrl
rara Brcrasarr. iKi'iii f. tarn, y-, j-a.
taliarac II K. lKHikk.lt tXI . ' .1.1 n...
WAI(TED-iEM:KkL TTE AOET To
"faa aaana-ta la nan anarliaaj aity.
aaaa. rarlnuta count of mut In mi sn4 nt
p-lal Isral aad sak-aats la ran ny ta taa
ISaall kSaaaa. aal.a4. a-i Aa a. ....
vrtaal drtawd. aad p.r a
iramaaaL aaal n.r s nt raaaat u ...
rJat. Addrr-s THE fMnS iUfk.
1 a aa.w ..j. ..ra laTft.
LCMBkR U -BCK TAan WORaMEK OF
. fradt-a. raa arararr alrJr rniannaM la
ba lawhry ysn. falcaca ! tm f 1 , M
1 ' f??Jf W'iaan-aa la nma ta a. E.
"vavi an. ii uiary or ta t -Kara Lawba-y
ad Daakrr AawUtiWaa. r m til 1 ti.aiait af
ai.li a. E. nara.1 La.'taUai aua IS
Biiaaia. fbnaa lu. -.
J. M. B El h DSIXY '
ATTORXET AT LAW ct,tu J. T Ira
aonky. lS ixcaad A vaaaa.
.J1(.K0S A III KST.
ATTORH1T ATLAW. " - Tr'lll
Mauuaal Kaak BatMiaf. Ma l4aaa. lu.
e.k a l aa.
i TTORBTS ASD tXll X-KLUiRS AT LAW
--at"- - ."-at, ..a.. laMnaa. 111.
rEMRT A IrEMKr.
TTUK5IIV AT LAW Laaa i
Bscanty.taakarelWrrtanas. Maim a i.,a.
all Lrada. aaekars. titte la haaeva uai.
THE DAILY AKt.l n.
FUR SALS EVERY IVIMVO at Oawiataa's
h.a. maaad. Kiy cnu any ofy.
DRS. RCTIIEKrORD A KITTLE K.
yjry callraa. Vrtrraary rkra4al.a. aaa Sarai.a.
a. iiauaii umrM.w( Hraaaaara
' - .aarr,, awia, aagssn.
WM, 0. KULP.O. D.S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Ranajs at, ST. XS aad .
Taaa tlarata. DAVENPORT. IA.
lOO Yearn Atro
asl. dadal trmmrt la snad taarfc, aiaaa r
bar, -d mm, . a Wlsry raWI; dSa-l
taaaaa; kat a OOOD law, k ca a auary. vatx
eaaryWdy aaasat baas. '
1 wtsh yaa'd call aad aa ik
LITTLE JEWEL LAMP;
KAaal rsaPy tn. aad taa 1 1 1 in . t aad Wat
ya. sas III
'. H awal alaa.
O. IC. L008LET-
c&lsa ao aLAaa,
WSJ aaoaad A'
We maJcs two specUl ofrrt
1. DouUa Fold Dress Flajir-el
toa variety of Khades ard mix
A STjpri5tntJy low pries lot flrrt
Have the UrSeet eeubUahmeat Weet ot Chi
DONT FOKOET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZIMNN,
. Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 121, U and 1, Sixtnth Strt,
Rock Island Savings Bank.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Oarasyrra.. w.a- 'r r !, .,1 .,l.
nvapoenttataraatpaidoe Dapo MonerloJL pjj, CoJ
lateraL or Real Estate Secarlt
m. r. RBI-JOLOt. rm. f C. DE5E
r. m vmu a r nryaa. r C.
' B, lata, aad wis
KANN & HUCKSTAEDT,
N. 1911 aad ISIS Sacnad avrwoe.
THE LEADERS IS STYLES AND TRICES IS
OIL CLOTHS, SHADES, DRAPERY, Etc.
Ft Udies Fiac Shows ia a.1 the nrw eiyVs aad patuews.
For Ladirs Piae Party Nipprrs is new aad catchy aha!.
For Mea's Palmt Irlrr. CoyJoyaa and French Calf la new faH nt)lsa.
Second aad tlarriaoa Sta.
ML E. MURRIN,
Choice Family Groceries
Cor. Third aara aad Tarrata-Ar 8t, Itock lanA
-'.rg frrrr Paaana. tbat ,a b. 1 WwHra, tnom. A aWa mt aabtta
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
aOI-UNT & ADLER,
Use Raven Gloss Dressing, -bsckabsoiutdr
n . t lw iw Kmt "Waterproofl
. ncale. cTacla m iujurrt tU tcaiWt.
Try a Wle sad U coovinceJ.
Fine Boots and Shoes,
- tWk Avevua, nil teooad A -.
Btrrsoira Ifiook. ' Carper Cms Block.
2. Tool Sult-npt. 33 IncbM
wide, pija ehades at
Von harea? Mn their equaJ for
aaywhers near 25c
It fosj are a ntxrary never yn arto i.
evwtifaaa. It wiB pay yea te take a
(laace tkroweb ssr
te tse trars taw.
rio raa. i. U. SIPOU. OaAiar
DVUaan Ia . .
D - fk
E W Mm. M m al.". " . ' .
STABY, BERG EE & S5ELL,
Suerasora te O. M. satatiJt. IHavwpcsn.
C Buy a Pair of
FOK WET WEATHEE.
Thacpperiattiis Boot hss s
patent lining. vrLich is Ari X, OQ
snd Waterprool, liisasTttvl Laroch
a msimer as to xnlks bolh tract