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JAHNS & BERTELSEN,
fit.. -- I' - -.
-or-w . ' fix. Mil. 'PMi$
Timwarts And Hoitste Furnishing Goods.
1612 second avenue.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
-Bought At Sheriffs Sale-
THE STOCK OF
Alexson & Ulmark
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, Piush Goods
els and Sporting Goods, which we will cloae oat at
than mannfactnrer's prices.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1703 and 1705 Second Avenne.
BAKER k HOUSMAN
Wholesale Dealers for the Celebrated
Pastuer Germ, Proof Filters.
Copper-Smithing, Sheet Iron, Gas and
Steam Fitting, Also Sewer work.
Opposite Hakpir Hgitbk.
Howard Watches, imported Watches,
H. D. FOXtSOItl.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Syrupy
Acta quick) j, is perfectly safe and never fails to care ll Lang troublei .
TRY IT. 10c, 25c and 50c Bottles.
Mtdkina kaowa toe all Kidney, Long sad Btoasach troBblee. t
Thomas Kidney and Liver Pills.
Be a Bottle Sam plea free.
T. H. THOIIAS,
FIELD DAT SPOilTtL
Intereetlm Kxerciaea at the Rock
Island Park. i ' .
Tbe Caw-eta, tai-tlia.ta aal Wl..
era lata Merelesj-Thie Mirnita't
rveB.se-A llapar Oeeaai a.
The first field day exercises partici
pated Id bv the Bock fclsnd and Moline
high schools, and the Kemper IsJl ita
dents of Davenport are in progreua at the
Rock Island base bait park to Jay. and
the three schools named are dismissed for
the dav in consequent. Tbf various
contests programmed for this morning
were entered In'o with a vim lad dash,
and a spirit of friendly rivalry n less de
termined, that made them at all times in.
terening and occasionally exciting.
The five inning base ball cr ntrst be
tween Kemper hall and Rock I-land high
school nines, was won by the former by
a score of 10 to B
Tbe standing broad jump wss won by
Tajlor. of tbe Rock Island High school,
who spanned ni ne feet four Im bee.
The one hundred yard dath was also
won by Tajlor.
The running broad jump wi,s won by
Taj lor. the distance coven d lieing six
Tbe base ball throwing cosiest wss
won by Tajlor who threw the ball 800
The sack race, fifty yards, was cap
tured by Beck well, of Kemper ball.
The high kick w(.s won by Beckwell,
of Kemper hall.
The order of exercises for this after
noon is as follow:
Tennis Double. Kemper ball vs. Mc
line. ' Three legged rsce.
Running high jimp.
Fifty yard daab and turn.
Eg and ppoon rsce.
Foot ball Moline vs. Rock Island.
Tan r.oon iglaud ahq up, grab a y; itoVeiider m. ilo.
I THK LONDON'S GIFT. j rmt imi am I I
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A lMterpriatla af "tjmtr Mae
brth" by Misa Aalele Paya.
Miss Adele Pajn, a trsgic actress of
great ability and promise, m tde her debut
before a Rock Ii-land audience ss a star
last evening and gave a performance of
"Lady Macbeth" ttiat was hi jbly finished,
artistic and thoroughly effect iye. Indeed
Miss Payn'a interpretation f tbe tragic
role was in many respects original, equal
to any rendition of tbe character that we
have ever seen. - Miss Payi displays a
wonderful power of del.'nes lion. Is pos
sessed of an intelligent diftimination of
magnetic power sncb as is born of tbe
roost careful study. She it a lady of im
posing appearance, of facial beauty and
has the good fortune of a voice of won
derful volume. The sleep walk
ing scene was a particularl y marked dis
play of geniu. Her impersonation
of the character is a decide.) success. The
support was excellent, the "Macbe;h" of
r. William Morrow and the "Macduff"
of Mr. J. H. Wolfe exceptionally strong.
hile the various other characters were
vtry capably sustained.
The actress so captivate the audience
that Manager Montrose w ts importuned
to endeavor to make a rctt.rn engagement
on .Nov. 29. one week front tomorrow
night and will endeavor t secure bet re
turn here then in "Hamlet." a part la
bich she has Uo won a any laurel. If
Mr. Montrose succeeds he mav rest aa-
aured of having a fine ho isa. Miss Payn
has only to appear once i i a city to be
accorded a complimentary reception on
her vis in after.
Xf w WtekM the let Braea.
Drop a aiefcel la the slot, turn a nob
and gtt two postage stumps and a pen
ny. Before Christmas tlie people will be
able to do tbis at cigir stands, restau
rants, hotel corridors, club houses and
drag stores an J other public bosses.
Morrison Uenfrow, tbe general manager
of tbe Postage Stamp Service Machine
company, bad a conference with Post
master - Oenrral Want. maker Tuesday
Tbe conclusions were mutually eetlafac-
tory. Twenty five bi: ndred of the little
machines are being tun ed out as the first
installment. They ill be scattered
all over Sew Tori, and Brook) in
next month. Tbe noetofflce de
partment recognizes the automatic device
as a gteat public convenience. On large
purchases of stamps a KMisideratle reduc
tion is made by the government. The
machines will be set q p wherever there is
a demand for them, at a trifling rental.
From this rental and the reduced cost of
stamps in large quantities the company
expects to derive its profit. The al van
tage to the ebopman "ho rents one for
five cents a day is tba be has something
which helps to draw aeople to his place.
Tbe conven ence to the public to evident.
Tbe poet office depart Dent is watching tbe
innovation with great Interest. It is ext
peeled tbe use of the mar bines will ex
tend rapidly from K ;w Tork to other
TMa la Oa I fa)lht-
"Out of sight" is toe latest from tbe
slang factory. Tbe author Is unknown,
nnhonored, and certainly unhung, bnt he
has given to the a inds an expression
whose range is world wide and which is
jnstlv popular with tbe masses. It means
everything and anything, and its appli
cation is nnbampen d by any known law.
If a man is "io the :up" hs is "out of
sight;" if he has mi de a couple or million,
why. be in "out of tight " From toe tai
lor made girl, with eoaeb and four, to
the bum in tbe gutter, they are all "oat
of sight" to the slangy. A thing that dis
pleases is equally a target for the new
phrase as that which pleases most, so
what care the forceful talkers that dic
tionary makers art enraged, and philolo
gists sre at sea tl ey are satisfied and
tbe rest of tbe world is "on I of eight."
The Pilot was t le only boat from np
The A. J. Whit aey went to Buffalo for
a cargo of vi trifle I brick.
Tbe stage of tl e water was S 53 at
noon; the temper stnre at the bridge at
A large volu ae of business done at
a small expens enables us to sell at a
small per Of n tag 3 of profit. Any big ex
pense big profit xmcern baa no chance of
competiaf not even with a lottery
St ton it MosxxrKLOsa.
Art Invincible beaUng stove, Helper
cook stove, ana uve una swvee. on easy
terms. . Prices as low aa lbs lowaat cash
price. The iUaau. 823 BMf etreet,
Davenport. ..Jj;. ;.,v
Haaaetbtwar ar Interval rap all tba Bay
feajr. Va a Biararaa A
Urea SJaeaeiaa- Hatch.
All tbe boys In tewn are on tbe tip-toe of
expectancy over the grand holiday prize
the London has prepared for them ibe
pony, cart and harness described to last
night's Abous, and are anxious to . know
when they can see the novel ou'flt
and know tbe conditions undir which
they wi(l have opportunity f try for It.
The arrangement is very simple one and
one that is wholly original with the Lon
don. Instead of adhering to a custom
pursued by many other business houses
of distributing little prisas among tbeir
customers during tbe holiday season or of
giving a Waterbury watch or a book or a
package of candy with so many dollar'
worth of goods sold, tbe London will not
give a Utile here and there, but combine
all into one grand holiday gift, free to all
without restriction. There is no effort
nor disposition on the part of the Lon
don folks to make np the amount that
tbey outlay In a gift on tbe goods thev
sell. This Is not their practice. Tbey
make this grand prise as a return and
token of appreciation for tbe good will
and patronage extended them since com
tng tnv; Rock Island. Nor do
tbey intend to restrict tbis grand scire to
customers. Tbey have hit npoa a plan
to be carv ed out in presenting; it which
will be appreciated by all. It Is simply
On tbe day following Thanksgiving,
as soon aa tbe immense window can be
cleared out after the pie eating contest,
the pony, which baa been named "Little
Lord Fauntelroy," with tbe beautiful cart
and harness to match, will he artistically
displayed in the window. Near by will
appear a pyramid of nuts of various
kind. From then until tbe morning of
New Tear's day everv boy between te
ages of three and eighteen will be invited
whether he has ever been in the London
store before, or ever expects to again or
not, to guess bow many there are in the
pile of nuta. One of bis parent or bis
guardian must accompany bim when bis
Buess is recorded. Tbat is all that Is re
quired. On New Year's day at 1 p. m
abarp a committee of three ladies will
count the nuts and tbe boy whose gues
comes nearest to tbe number will carry
off tbe pony and outfit. Tbe boys io
having their guesses registered are required
to call one at a time, tbe ob
ject of this requirement as well as tbat
tbey be accompanied by their parents, be
ing to preserve order in the store, and not
to permit tbe proceedings attendant upon
tbe giving awty of the prize to in'erfere
with tbe business of the store.
As a farther evidence of tbe London's
disposition to have all participate In the
opportunity to receive the gift the Lon
don will permit any and all who have
dealt with the house or are acquainted
with the methods employed by tbe house,
and will write a letter expressing opin
ion of the same to have an additional
boy's guess recorded on the number
Of nUtS in . tha Ilvk nthsrarix.
each boy will be limited to but one guess.
1 nis ia-si arrangement Is only further
evidence of the London's desire to please
all, and to know if its business system
meets with popular approval, to tbe end
tbat it erav be remedied if it rinM
The London la di-UtrmiiwMl tn nlnu n ..
matter tbe cost, and will spare neither
pains nor expense to do so.
CLARK IS UNGRATEFUL.
arew.r ar Ibe Marrratr a tieta
ISIaaeelf lateTraabla Aaaia a b ta
Fairly Oat af Jail,
Henry Clark, tbe Moline young man
released from the county jail Wednesday
on the governor's pardon, seems to be a
most an grateful young man, for a few
boors after bis release he went to Moline,
and behaved in such a disgraceful man
ner that he was again incarcerated.
The Republican says:
Joining a few' of his old pals, be soon
was in the state of intoxication. Officer
Starofsky went into John Mueller's saloon
last evening and there saw Clark, who
after having asked the officer to "have
sometblnir" and the letter declining, tried
to borrow tea cents from the man in blue.
Clark then went to several saloon and
insulted everyone he met, asking for
drinks and abusing all who refused to
comply with bis demands. Finally be
went into v m. KWinbergt place and
there met nenry McLtrnen. He asked
Henry for a drink and ten cents, and the
latter being disposed to humor bim.
complied. But when he asked
bim for a second drink Henry refused,
whereupon Clark struck bia. Officer
Starofeky beard of tbe man's actions and
proceeded down to arrest Clark, whom tbe
timid declared wss terrorizing the neigh
borhood. Tbe officer soon espied his man
entering Gammerstorla saloon. la this
place Clark made boast of the fact that be
bad just been released from j il, - and
added tbat he was "a dead tonga mug,"
could lick anybody in town and mutt have
a drink. He was given a drink, bat
as he emerged from tbe place tbe
policemaa arrested hint.' Clark refuted
to accompany tbe officer to tbe lock
up and fought hard to escape. Star
ofeky, however, struck him a blow
tbat quickly brought him to earth,
and be then accompanied him as far as
Sixteenth street Here Clark made a des
perate effort to escape, seising tbe offlcet's
dub and fighting in a wild manner. A
great crowd had congregated by this time,
and the officer not wlthing to use his
club on tbe man any more than was ne
cessary, called for assistance sad Charles
Waner came to tbe assistance of tbe offi
cer, and togi tber they eooa had their man
safely in a cell at tbe station.
This morning Clark wears a black eye
and several c its about Ibe f ace. Magls
trate Kerns called on tbe prisoner early,
and Clark made a pathetic appeal for
leniency, stating that he would leave the
city at once if released. But the magis
trate reminded the wayward young man
of some of his past misdeeds and said the
law must take its course.
Hew Wejrrraaaaer Maa Rlara .
Tbe most remarkable maa of my ac
quaintance "writes a correspondent of
the Detroit Frm Prtu. Is Fred Weyer
haoaer, who ban for years been an exten
sive lumberman on the Chippewa river in
Wisconsin. Twenty years ago he went
to work la a saw mill at tl a day. To
day he la werth $33,000,000. He owns
nearly every pine tree in the apper penln
aula of Michigan. He baa just obtained
aa option on all the pine lands of the
Diamond Match company, and recently
purchased all tbe pine on the lands of tbe
Northern Pxlflc railroad. He is now
building extensive mills at Bralnard, on
tbe Mississippi river, just shove 8U Paul.
These lands are estimated to cut 1.800,-
000.000 feet, but it ie my opinion -tbey
will cut about twice that amount. I an
derstand, also, that he has just purchased
a,l the pine lands of J. M. Loogyear. Sev
eral hundred thousand acres. ,
DmU af Jaeab laae.
Jacob Dodge died at his home oa ibe
bluff last algbt aged 89 years and 17
deye. He had been for thirty-four years
a resident of Rock Ialaad and was for-
saerly engaged la the fruit business, but
of late years bad lived a retired live. He
was aldermaa from the old Fourth ward
in 1840 63. and was also asskUat city
dork and assess ar. He ieavee seven
chQdrea: George, Henry, of Black
Hawk, Colo.. Charles, of Spirit Lake,
Roecoe, Mar), Alaina and SewelL of thin
city. He was a member of tba Preaby
tcrtaa church aad aa upright, highly te
acclci dUxea. The faacral aBaocrsa-
mtsX T'3. ta vxt kr.
Fresh grapes at May's.
Oysters and celery at F. O. Youns's.
Buckwheat flour and maple sjrup at
Pquirrels aad rabbits at C, C. Traes-
Judge I. O. Wilkinson is again able to
l BOOUt. .
Dressed chickens ten cents a pound, at
Nice fresh lettuce and spinach at F. O.
xoungs. . ..
Jersey sweet rotalot a, lettuce and
spinach at May's.
Fine allveT-ekiuned and red onions at
C. C. Tniesdale's.
Florida oraneee. ft A
bananas, at Loan's.
Malaga grapes and Florida oranges at
C C. Truesdalea.
Choice wild ducks, turkeys and chick
ens at F. O. Young's. .
Honesdale buckwheat and home-made
mince meat, at Brownei's.
Sweet potatoes, chickens, turkeys,
oysters aad celery, at Loa.'s.
Remember the ball at Armory ball to
morrow evening for tbe benefit of two
R. J. MrOM. ftf !R lira., u..i. 1
Granite Co., of Chicago and Rock II-
ana. is in tne city.
Malaga grapes, oranges and bananas,
nice SDnrea and
cider, at Browner'.
Plenty or fresh bntler in jars or rolls to
sell at wholesale
It requires more tbsa lottery schemes
to Com net wit a a tr.lirk, . . - - n a
like Simon ft MosenfeUier. -
Tbe Woman's Improvement Guild of
Trinity church will hold a Salmuguodl
bEr: 'Armory hall Dec. 10th and
Tbeo. free will have a g'rnd rabbit
lunch at bia nlac rr .1 r.ir.i
street and Seventh avenue, tomorrow
There Will be two nriaea trim. .
the bet lady and gentleman waltzers at
me ofii at Armory ball tomorrow eve
ning. Isn't a 918 suit for tlO without a
wheel of fort one a bitter investment than
a $10 suit at til with oaet Simon ft
John Mulherne waa flnxl 1 v.i
in tbe police court this morning frr dis
orderly conduct. He made satisfactory
arranKianenta for nnmrai nl
Lost A IWVkit.hnnk ul,i.U.
fM 50 on Seventeenth ureet hi..
the top of the hill and Market square. A
loarai rewara lor return to tbis iiffloe.
At the aeaiina nf Iha nr.aJ ln
Illinoia. I. O.O. F . at Springfield. Mr.
J. F. Van Horn, of this city, wss electtd
gisiiu painaivn 01 we order m tbe state.
Conntv Clerk R. A. TVin.Mv.
conipanied bv bis daughter, left la t
""'I! ooeiuoo. mo., oa a visit to
bis father. James Donaldson, formerly of
Rural township, this county.
Simon ft MoecnfeMer are not manu
facturers not even in tbe imagination
but thev buv their irnnd. nt m ,.-.-
for cash in large qoantiUee. which en-
arm s mem to undersell tbeir competitors.
Prof. R. F. Wel.lner mill A-V,w. . -
oml address in the bible lecture series
next Sunday at 3AI p. m. n.s auhjsct
la ' Inspiration " Ttw-e talks are of great
profit to bible atudenu ami m mhers of
oioie ciassen. 1 ney are confined 10 men.
All the Eosrliah aneaklnor iimta.t.,.1
churches of the city uoiui in services st
. V. . p: . , . n . .
" i. r cnurcn laaassglving
morning at 10:3o. Every one attending
is requested to bring aa apple snd a po
tatoe. These will be a.aered np and
sent to St Lake's hospital.
Tbe Molina (Vatnl Etairt
today secured from Judee Glenn an In
junction restraining the People's Power
company, of Moline, from refusing to
give tbe Central folks power after a cer
tain uaie, and holding tbe power com
pany to its contract with tbe railway
folks. A year ago a rate waa formally
agreed upon, and it is now understood
the power company desires to back out.
RicbKnd Grova tnwn.hln I. f.i
ing to tbe front as the leading township
in Mercer county. The township. In
cluding tbe towa of CabK baa a popu
lation J25fl The towa of Cable con
tains 1,084 persons. Mercer township,
the next largest, baa s population of 8.
320. Tbe cut of Aledo contains 1 Tirt
people, and the townahin nni.Lls nf
Aledo C2.I. At tbe late election 63 votes
were pieil in KicbUnd. Grove township,
and h$i ia Merrwr Innihiii RfM
another general election Kirhland Grove
win mii more vows uu any otner town
ship in Ibe county, leaving our ninter city
in Ibe eeatr nf in pmini. ha a n...
jrily.-Kei(bsburg AViee. -
The bead offices of tbe Modern Wood
men came dowa fmra Fulivtn --
ing and visited Moline. but did not come
n V 1 a . .
oum um isiana. I ney arrived at
o'clock aad were given a reception at
KnOWleS ball. Wbtre ItawkM arm. n.1
etc.. ami later had a little levee at the
rooms or tbe Business Men s association.
Tbe Rock Island committee, composed nf
Messrs. Heary Carse. M. E Sweeney and
. v. aiaucier. n turned last evening
from Fulion. Tbe bead officers were aa
able to arraace tbeir business to visit
Rock Il.fllt 1 .1.1 n. knl MnUI .v.
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come during tbeir December session.
1 svy rxpresaea tbeir appreciation of tbe
invitation, and regretted tbey could not
accept It at once. Tbey returaed to Fui-
ton mis morning.
si attar Waal Fnes
to quoted elsewhere by comin? ta as
you'll find you can do belter. There ia
no hing like trying.
Smoa ft MoscsrcLpaa
OystcVs at Krell ft Math's.
The Hotel; Gordon is aow for sale.
Cook waa'ted-At "ii Elm strtet.
Wanted Boarders at fW Niateeath
Go to Hulbrook's. Davenort. for car
pets and silk curtains.
If you want the best ptyiag business
buy tbe Hotel pordoa.
Special sale silk curtains at The Adams,
833 Brady street. Davenport. '
Send your friends t Krell ft.1l at k's
for a dish or can of fresh yeters.
Tendertoin. spare ril. purs feet, leaf
lard. etc.. at Uilmore'a pork bouse.
Call and ere the k aad -carved bed room
suites at Holbrook'a. Davenport.
Parlor suites and fancy chairs of every
description at Uclbcouk'a, Da Toe port.
Ice cream always on hand aad nerved
by tbe dtah all wialer at Krell ft Math's.
A handsome line of hook cases end
cabinets iust received at Holbrook'a. Da.
Aa elegant assorturnt of dining tables,
chairs aad hat racks at Uolbrook'a. 11...
Blankets. comfor.ab'e msltrrsais. pil
lowsrare bargains, at tbe Adams. 823
Brady street. Dare port. .,.
When you want a nice dish of fresh
oysters step ia to CreO ft Math's and or
der then np la any style.
B-'droom suite, parlor auitea, loancm.
fancy rockers, sideboards, dining table:
full Uae at The A tarns. 88 ; Brady street,
The Crown dining kalL No. 1706 Sec
ond aveaot, hi now ready to furnish you
the boat meal ia lb city for 85 ceaU. A.
B. Johnaoa. proprietor. -
Use "Aunt Jeaxiaas" prepared aaa
cake ioer. - Tbe aviet execUeal prodoc
tion In tbe market. Ask your grocer for
it- Schaah ft bolters sole agenu.
- Bear ta miad we do not quit makiag ice
rrsam whea eold wemtba aata in. o
caa get U ta aay quUty la tba ml let
eatiar. IamJMtuCl ALi'a aad
Itrlaa Saltlaa; r ttatter.
One of our best dairy nuthoriti-s sars
ra . mm.. J
in ir.o new nrx Tunes that another
fad, rocently introduced into the dairy.
una pensoea 01 its own tnherent weak
neas and incorwis terrier. This ia brine
salting of butter, a troublesome and nse
leas practice, which has at last proved to
its advocate th tt it is a roundabout way
of arriving at an end fully secured by
tne common practice or salting with dry
Bait. To Salt linttur n(r.ll.
- - - v ws, UMf Willi
brine one must incorporate with the but
ter just so much water and no more as
will dissolve half an ounce of salt to tba
pound of butter. But the butter, aa it
comes from the churn, washed free of
the milk, already contains more water
than will make a saturated solution with
this quantity of salt, and consequently
it is clearlv imnnaMililn tn awt uli w... u
in the butter by brine salting without
leaving too much water in it. One ounce
of 4he finest dry aalt well incorporated
with a pound of butter will draw the
excess or water from it, leaving half an
ounce of the aalt in every pound of it.
Wvlta la Grata.
To keep weevil out of grain store in
new tight Hns or barrels well expnaed to
the light and stir the grain oocnKiimally.
If the Dackaimi ara Mim.1 ti.n.l
thoroughly l-f.re manic. WbiTe the
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Kiau i aiieviiii, ii'iiiriii of rarlmn is
the most effectual Ivlni.lr
cer containing a little of it on the grain.
auu vuTrr qnicaiy wiin oiiciotn or any
air tight covering that wiU k-p in tbe
vapor, whk-h, being heavier than the air.
will, sink down tbrmh the grain and
kill .the inapf-ta. tilMt rmrm now. k.
taken not to exprwe tbe vapor to fire or
oaroe so long as t ne ixii.r or tt remain
ia tbe building.
Tarred felt la nae fi civerinr tbe
roofs of bnildings iuk1 if wnud. If
tarred and handed over it lent a cchid
Hemp and snnflower riifU an-exeel-lent
for iinnarting a ghwy ap-arance
to the plumage
Tbe pullet is so calh-d f.- twelve
months, or until the year in which she
waa hatched is cloned.
Nothing is more fatal to the snm-ns of
a bredrr than over crow ding. The poi
sonous air, the exhalation from th- laid
ie and the evoruatiiirut of a great nam
b?r of fowls crowd'! tug'-tli'-r i-nnnot lie
combated by any inflntif.
Th Iimh of feathers oftn n ir f U
from difH-ieitt or um-b-an ln-ting ar
Bone dtut ia r-ry beireti.4,1 f,.r the
filling of growing rM; U.-n up to flv
or six mcntha of age.
We notice that Tnm. n-k .-l II. .
are aow appeanag with their Grand
fatber'a riMln. tnr Auk
r -WWMW. T.W. ,uu
aeek.ng a furtnne through advertisiaa-.
' "" weopie aow ine value or Dr.
Ba'l'i C'Mtch 8rrun aad mrlll i.k. -
23 heul nf weaiara - - - r-. ..
auction at Lorton's livery and Sile stable.
Dvenport,at Ida. m. tmaoniw.
tSO.OOtl U Inaa oa mmim
In sums of 8300 and onward, at L....!
current rates of interest, without cora-
ninsioo. b. w. Hurst, Attorney at
law, Knck Island.
Cattatrratn lmMm.tM.m L.... a 1 a . a
mt m lajgwy WlinfyaJ, IDQ
to cure it lak.s llooir8,radarilla. which
purines ine oiood. Id bv all druKiiisi.
Vrnlana. ...ii ,i,t..k . .... .11 1 . l
at Harms' rralaur.m. T.l.him.. v
w prrat rMartloa mr tae aett SS aar
aa ftartiM aa4 l.af a .,oa
bo. Wla. latt aa rtli, Tblr Ara,
I tat ravapM. alar la tb. maty ta a, rar
rtaM. lufin. fvaia, utn. etc.
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HORST VON KCZCKRITZ, rwmatM
Fourth Ave. aad Twenty-Third 8L
W. C. MAUCKER,
Brrtag yaum Ua
fnfmnj a kirk ktUM iitoj f j lb ha.
11 aa.laan. la aow antana la mrtrmr
S1 Iraa-arat yatta.
Day and Regular Boarding
at nrj wa.oa.kW prim. .
H I alas aararej la tba
r aia aratfata a aaacautr.
$200.00 And Upward-
-. For Mb, secured oa lead worth fmca
three tot lime the amoaat
of the loaa.
B. W. nUHST,
Arroiurst ar Law -
s a4 4 Hasaalc Taaata.
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naitias UiiaaaBaTtn eatavtaaa. hlW vn-j mimm
r inllrtnirlii.flk..l aa. a.wimm 1 1 u
hi kail aajalim Ih.lmaala. aaa tfaaaalf
r AcfcaflM wmU baahwwt aVaarta fSaaewvn
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r-'nr katbr iBalra-atlaanaai ylaiaM a
bf ''asanas aiai j a fcaia, a aa kr aad.
earrER arcotonri ca, nw Yo.
SLLPLL Sim COSE. SlULiPI
ASK TOUR OROCER FOR THEVR
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mamakl (mirakaa. N- llffiw4m.
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apMi la Hbr i. AUIIL faaakaa-.
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lartaraqa a4t ilirtPiM. ii.lw.
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BMlk aa iaraar. all al S. Sit fj-
awrbaauaaly. " i sal iinani iMl.
Waktkd-a laot to hahaub a
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faai OamSc uraa U.j": ta44
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SALBB WANTtO TO akLt blhalbf
slaca. Nl.libui .1
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trlaana au4 mt aar Samara. aa4 k
paial aval aa kaia la .rr cit ta la
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ATTOItWrTS AT LAW. OCr t Itort lWa4
bauaaal Itokk Bailaiac. Itorb lataaa. IU.
8WEE5ET A W1LKLK,
ATTOBXBTB AXD CXH iSBtXO AT LAW
teos at k ktoaa, kt 1. Ui.
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traaa. kaakMa. anba la I
THE DilLl IkfclH
SALB B BJT BVCXiaa at
rtmm ill kar t-Vt
DSS. KUTUERrORD k RULER.
fj R A DT ATBa OP TB B ONTARIO rBTBBA
lr aaUva. Vatoiaax. Pk.aMa. a karri .. a
OaVai TtoAaU .LWfaiakAr- a.a.t.ai. : Itrm
AMara n.a.rt. atark ..
Kill 0. EL1P.D. D.S.
OFnCR RE MOVED TO
MASONIC TEMPLE, -
RaaaM bt. BT. a aaa as.
Tak KWasaar. DATBXrXMT. I
"VVe ma lea two tpexdal offerlngt
1. Double Fold Dress Flannels
iaa Tartety of shades and mix
A rorprifdsajTiow tvira for fir.t
2. Wool Cslta, 3
wida, plain cRdss at
Ton harem t tm thatr QtwJ ' r
any-srhere near 25c
If tow are a aaoaey saver fwa Wul La
veatlrata. It win yea t iC a
ftlaaca Urenvth oar
CLOAK, UNTJIl W ILAJl,
Rock Ts land, Illinois.
CLEMANN & SALZEIAIJII,
Furnitureand CarpetDealers I
Have the largeet eatabllahnat Wt ot Chine.
DONT KOIMJKT THE PLACE.
No$. 1525 and 1527 Second Arcnuc,
And Nos. 121, 12A Md lis 8IxteBili 8trt,
inomrvaaraD caeca raa m vtats law.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
HOCK ISLAND. ILL.
Haaallafraa - -r - , f
rir pr cfnt intar,t paid o Dapoalt. Momaj loaaaxlM
UtaraL or Real Csaate Bewnrtty
t r aT-Hjs. rx. r r, r.raa a . arroaa. o-aw.
Jaraaa a Mcaav. naaaaaia." mmm
Per a. Cot-
KANN & HTJCKSTAEDT,
Xa. 1911 aad ISIS BancsU avM.
THE LEADERS IM 8TTLXS AlfD PRICES IM
OIL CLOTHS, SHADES, DEAPEET, Etc
Thoroughly -Good Mnery
aadontAed: proves Bach aheatert ta
The rrpstatioa which wa have ea
tatllLhed !- hpia( the beat aad latent
vtyl rnilUaeTy ia the city. U IreaJr ap
held by EVERT HAT AMD BOMKCT
SHOWN. There la a 01stlajv TTT
aa4 STYLE a&4 aa EXXQAXCX of
tlNISH aboet oar anintnery whloh la
dae atirlr ia the nponortty la tba
aaakiaa. Oar Dt SIGNS ere ORIQX
N AL aa4 PRIVATE ta oereeivea. aai
therefore, eataet be ds pleated vlth
the FASHIONABLE EITXCT.
RS. P. GREEtlAl'JALT
1704 SECOND AVENUE.
IOO Years Alio
Tmwim axpad la ara4 Back, etatar ear
a buarr rirkil ataan
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
lOI-IN &c ADLER
ImoTed to 218 SereaternUi 8lrtt
- MARKET SQDAKZ.
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I Buy a Pair of
TJ T" ?
FC5 UET Vi EATnC
ear. V tar alrbt aaa if. aassnijatiat ka,
laaaas; bet GOOD baa UUH lasers, akkb
1 lab aaa' an aa4 aa lb "
LITTLE JEWEL LA1IP;
lsaiilklatsaaBTai.aa4lakialtiaa aa4 We
m. SS caaia paaar. W asl tlaa. afcraal
, O IL U LTT ,
I if iirjm.
The cppr tn this Boot kxs a
imtntli&ls. which is Add, CI
nvl VTatarrroot, tnawotsd la ci
a maniver aa ta tnaVe bct2t f
Use Raven Class Drestb, arbackabaKauuiy
the he Udi- ikrt Never CXZZTCZf.
Try a Uxilc aaj Le uaviacei.
fat talsoalt hf