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JAHNS & BERTELSEN.
TlNWAKK AtTD HOUSK
1812 SECOND AVENUE.
-Bought At S
'"i.J''.5"-Vc--' f u
Alexson & Ulmark
OF MOLINE, AT
Per Cent on the Dollar.
will bring this stock to onr stores thia week. They
:i f:i 000 of Stationary, Blank Books. Plash Goods
-Is and Sp irtins; Oo d?, which we will close ont at
liuii ni:inuf -tnrer's prices.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1703 and 1705 Second Avenue.
a. J. SMITH
P,.: -:"C I n.w ruplota Willi Noveltlaj. Cull and compare onr stock mid price.
A. J. SMITH 6c SON,
125 ml 127 West Third Street. Opp. Masonic Temple, DAVENPORT.
f. -iDfc;'.!yc'is.i. -V&a P---f. D? s:.f;irec Cities.
-WALL PAPER COMPANY-
312, 314 Twentieth St,
And Postofficw Block, Moline. ROCK ISLAND.
FINE WALL PAPER Etelmlve wnl Utr the following fix lmrv'rn Wall paper
ri. i..n.-: inrnti .V ."ton. Jmu-wajr Co., Robert 8. UohtM & Co., Nevins dt liavilaml, Kea
l t W ill Mp,.r Co., and Hohert Oraves Jt Co.
-F.K nl m!EC1AuS -Which includm all th Art papers. Prices from 10 to SO per cent
'h ! tw ofhr dealers
Howard Watches, Imported Watches,
H. D. FOIiSOM.
A Sure Cure for a Cough cr Cold is
Irish Cough Syrupy
Acts quickly, i perfectly afe cd never fails to cure all Lung trouble!.
TRY IT. 10c, 85c ind 50c Bottle.
Medicine known (or all Kidney, Lang and Stomach troablea. Is
Thomas Kidney and Liver Pills.
tc a Bottle Sample free.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Drccjist, Hoc T:V.-3.
THEY SERVED WELUlF
The Bectrda of Retirin fta.tv
MhrrlffM.ivl. ..4 Trra.anr MrhaWr
u I'afanaaate real are, af. taw
f Maerraala. la laai, vmrnt-Cmww
Clerk Daaaldaoa iai Happrla tra
A week from next MondT ihrre will
be gfiiera! abaking up of .fBcu-ra about
the county building and four new d J.,t8
will aaaome their duties f.r Un,r Vrara
Sheriff fcihia will turn over the ki s of
the county jail and the records andcrison-
ers in bitcbarge to C. D. Gordon. C iuniy
Treasurer 8cbfer will givo Tliomas
Campbell the combination i.f bin sat . . i
plain to bim how the anancial end of the
county is run, County Clerk Dun UJson
will bid his deputy. H. Kohler.step no in
to his chair, and County Supt. of Spools
Southwell will be succeeded by 0. B.
Marshall. All the circumstances which
led up to this transfer or public trust are
known to the people of tbis county, and
probably no four gentlemen ever tmrren
dered simultaneously official truss that
had been held with more credit than
these. It is but proper ii this
same connection to speak part cularly
of the official careers of the two
officers first mentioned. Tnaamnxh
they have served the put lie for
a less period than the others otring to
ttatuatory restrictions, and the reason
that taey are not their own successors is
atnbutable wholly to the fact ihnt the
law does not admit of the elifriltillty of
the sheriff or treasurer to be his own Im
mediate successor. The designers of this
law were, no doubt, actuated hy the
bwt Intentions, and it may t in a
Rreat many instances a wise precau
tion, hut in others it is not. TI.e torced
retirement of aucb men as Sherilf 8ilvis
and County Treasurer Schafer is a forci
ble illustration that tbe law is ap 1 1: work
misfortune to the people aa it deprives
them of two officers whose espe cial fit
ness for the duties devolved urw n ' them
respectively is acknowledged by nil classes
of citizens, irrespective of pirly and
among whom the regret (a general tbat
tbe county is to be deprived of Ibi-ir val
uable services. The assertion t hat. tbey
have been riccpiionally strong inel, tbe
best the county has ever had in tbeir re
ape tive capacities, and tbat it is to be
regretted tbat tbey cannot continue
where they now ate, does not necrsaarily
carry reflection upon the predet eseors or
the aurcessors-elcct of either. Tbo Ar
gus is merely staline facts as the public
knows ibein to be, and wbi h public opin
ion will amply sustain.
Not only baa Mr. SilvU proven a stl-n
did sheriff officially, in tbe manner in
which he baa e utr. led and cm lulled the
important office with iqual fni -nc-s to all.
a the rare of tbe r cords, tbe carp of tbe
j-a.il and business, the care of tht c urt
house, an tbe court service, I nt he has
by prompt action and bis experience and
knowledge of tbe law and consideration
of tbe welfare of the commun'lr, averted
many disturbances and crirn -s, to say
nothing of tbe speedy manner in which
he has brought criminals anil offenders
under tbe law's strong arm.
No man has ever left the t-ffice of
county treasurer with more credit, to him
self than does Mr. John Scbaier, Jr. In
the four Tears tbat the mont ys of Rock
Island county have bi-en in his keeping.
there has not been a penny' varia
tion in the checking up of bis accoun s
year by year, showing not only he con
scientious regard Mr. Schaftr bi d for his
duty, but tbe diligence and accuracy be
has employed in tbe disrharse of it
He has devoted himself faithfully and
constantly to his office, tbe interest of tbe
county having been foremost in his mind
since be took charge of this important
Well may tbe democracy be proud of
Messrs. Sllvis and Scbaftr and tbeir
official records, upon the strength of
which both would have been given by the
voters of tbe county another four years
lease on their respective oficea were i:
in accord with tbe laws of -.be state. As
it is the people must look to the future
to further reward in a manner so well de
aerved the merit Bnd worth of these gen
At tbe Young Men's Christian AtsociaZ.
tion rooms tbe meeting fir young men
will be he.d at 8:30 p. ta. and will be led
by Prof. Weidner, of Augustana College.
Subject, "Inspiration." All young men
are corrlially invited.
At Trinity church. Kev. It. F. Sweet,
rector, tomorrow, Sunday before Ad
vent, services at 10:45 a.m., 12 m. and
7 p. m. At the chapel at I::30 p. m. On
Thanksgiving day there ill be service at
10 o clock a. m. and 7:30 p. m,
At tbe First M. E. church, preaching
at 10.45 a. m. by the pastor, The Kev. G
W. Gue. No services i n this church in
tbe evening. The congre Ration i- invited
In join in a union service in tbe Central
Presnytertan cburcn. a ormog subject
God's personal call and tbe Christian a
mission in the world."
At the United Prealylerian church,
preaching at 10:45 a. ro. by tbe pastor,
Rev. H. C. Marbball. Subject: "Be
lieving and Doing." Young people's
meeting at 6:45 p. in. Sabbhlb school at
9:30 a. m. Tbe congrefration will join
with others in union Evangelistic ser
vices at the Central Presbyterian church
in the evening.
At tbe Christian ohuroh, services
at 10:45 a. m. conducted by tbe pas
tor. Rev. T. W. Grafton. Subiec
"Shall Rock Island tit ve a Great Re
vival r In the evening tbis church joins
in tbe nnion service at the Central Prea
byterian church. Sunday school at 9:15
a.m. Young people's meeting at 6:30
D. m. -
At the Central Preibyterian church,
at the morning aerv ce -he Sabbath
school will make their annual offering to
the cause of Home Mission, and tbe paa
tor. tbe Rev. Jno. H. I err will preach l
special sermon to the a ;boot. Tbe union
evangelistic services wi II bo held in the
evening. Rev. W. 6 Marquis preaching.
Sabbatb school at 3U a. ni. and Y. P
S. O. E. at 6:15 p. ta.
At tbe Broadway Presbyterian church
the Rev. W. 8 Marqc is. pastor, at 10.45
a. m. there will be a Jiome mission ser
vice after a brief serm in by the pastor,
Tbe Rev. J. C. Sloane, a Heme Missionary
for twenty years, present by invitation of
the pastor, will relate some of bis experi
ences. No evening lervKe. congrega
tion will join the union meeting at tbe
Central church. Bur day urbool at 9:10
a' m Bouth Park. H iaaion school at 9:30
d. m. Young Peoplo'a meeting at 6 UK)
At the First BapJst :hurch, preach
ing morning and evetilng by th pastor.
Hubiect in tbe moroh g at 10:45 a. m
' Time to Awake " j'ort veniog at 7:30
p. m., union with tbe Central church.
Sunday school at )20 a m.. J. W.
Welch, superintend ant. . Young peo
pie's meeting at 6 30, subject, "Way
of Salvation." led bv J. W. Welch.
Sunday school at tb t Forty-fourth street
chapel at 8 p.m.. Mr. C. U Williams,
superintendent. Pschlnj at Forty
fourth street chapel A 7 (. m
THE ROCK ISLAND
THE STAT AM NRW
Tfce rtarat Exprrav OIBrr la llllaala
Oaiaiav ar ik 'hl-ag, aa the Brat
ta ike Weal, a .
The most self saiisied sms in Rock
Island these days is Mr. L. R. Frink, the
entrgetic popular local agent of tbe Uni
ted 8tates Express Company. It is rea
sonable tbat he ia pretty well pleased
with tbe world, or aa much of It aa he
sees In Roc'i Island, for he it about as
pleasantly situated and surrounded in a
business way aa a man would care to l e
The Statea new local borre at the west
end of tbe tea odeled Burrall block is
now complete in all its furnishings and
appointments, and tbe public will find a
warm welcome at the bands of Acent
Frink and bis acccmDliebtd aaaiatant.
nr. dames rviviu. I be entire interior
has been overhauled, and finished in pol
ished oak, as far as tbe railings coun
ters, desks and chairs are concerned,
Volk & Co. having had charge of this
part of tbe improvement, whe a beauti
ful nickel railing, something entirely new
here, was sent doan from
Chicago to siinii-tunt the coun er.
Geo. Sutcliffe loookod after the
papering, painting and graining in the
most approved style. So much in ex
planation of tbe Improvements in tbe way
of btauiifying. These are Important, but
Agent Frink considers the advantage his
new quarters off r as to safety and con
venience aa primary to these. First of
these he points to his elegant fire proof
vault, one of the best in town, and which
in its day held a large portion of tbe
wealth of R ick Island when that building
contained a bank, to the freight room in
tbe rear with porch covered entrance.
wrnie on irom tne naggage room ia a
sleeping room, and adj lining it is a wash
room, cl.Bet. etc.
The superintendent ' of the United
States Express Company recently visited
RKk Inland and wa delighted with
Agent Frink's change of quarters and he
not only complimented him, but praised
tbe enterprise shown bv Mr. M. M.
Briggs in reconstructing tbe bulding, put
ling in new lights and giving it the ap
pearance of a modern business block.
The New York Evening Call of a re.
cent date printed the following showing
bow tbe United States Express company
bad been instrumental in supprecsiog a
Tbe last bulwark of the Louisiana octo
pus has been destroyed, and i's power for
evil is gone, except in the state rexponsi
b'e for its existence. A few days auo I he
full directed public attention to the noble
stand taken hy tbe United States Er press
company in refusing all business coming
irom the Louisiana Lottery company. Vie
also called upon tbe Adama Express com
pany to follow tbe eiamole of ue United
States, thus blockading tbe avenue tbat
ib In t -ry company bad for comranni
catiug with i s dupea and victims. Our
adv c-e bore speedy fruit, for yesterday
tbe board of managers of the Adams Ex
press company held a metina and re
solved to exclude all lottery business.
Nov. 2t W. Fuller to George
fconerer, Jr., i j n4 nwj a. 17. lw. f:
N M O-born and Henry Curtis to John
W RNbe, part of lots 3 and 4. block 14.
Chicago or Lower addition to Iiook ltd
j n oanorn nan lieary Curlis to Ell n
Roche, part of block 41. Chictgo or Low
er addilioc, and lot 2. t:ock 13. Thomp
son & Wells' addition to Rock Island,
N G Chamberlain to J N Rcbc. lots
2, i and and 8, block 4(). Chicago or
Lower addition to R.-k Island. $1.0,10
City of Rock Island to E len Ricbe. by
metes and bounds on Commercial strep',
Itock Mnd. S450.
T J Robinson to K ite M Scars, part of
sc j. 14. 17. 2w. $35t.
21. Eitaleof Jaugen Eiders -Claim
jonn foiey ami Cbss. eonard were
arrested in Roth's boarding bouse, 813
Second street, early tbis morning by offi
cer Metier. Foley is charged with ere at
Ing a disturbance and Leonard with at
There was a little fiaas in front of
Turner hall at 2 o'clock this morning in
which seieral countenanes were orna
mented, but no arrests came of ii.
Oysteis at Erell &, Math's.
Tbe Hotel Gordon is now for sale.
Cook wanted At 749 Elm street.
Go to Holbrook's, Davenport, for car
pets and silk curtains.
If you want the best paying business
buy tbe Hotel Gordon.
Special sale silk curtains at Tbe Adams.
322 Brady street, Davenport.
Send your friends to Erell & Math 'a
for a dish or can of fresh oysters.
Tenderloin.' snare ribs. Wa feet, loaf
lard, etc., at Gilmore'a pork bouse.
Call and see the band-carved bed room
suites at Holbrook's, Davenport.
Parlor suites and fancy chairs of ever?
description at Holbrook's, Davenport.
Ice cream always on band and aerved
by tbe dish all winter at Krell & Math 'a.
A handsome line of book cases and
cabinets juat received at Holbrook's, Dav
An elegant assortment of dining tables.
chairs and bat racks at Holbrook's, Dav
enport. Blankets, comfortab'e mattresses, pil
lowsrare bargains, at tbe Adams. 822
Brady street, Davenport..
When you want a nice dish of fresh
oysters step In to Erell & Math's and or
der them up in any atyle.
Brdroom suites, parlor suites, lounges,
fancy rockers, sideboards, dining tables;
full line at Tbe A lams, 391 Brady etrert,
The Crown dining bail. No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish you
the best meal in tbe city for 85 ceuta. A.
B. Johnson, proprietor.
Use "Aunt Jemimas" prepared pan
cake flour. Tbe most excellent produc
tion in the market, i Atk your grocer for
it. Scbaab & A oilers sole agents.
Bear in mind we do not quit making ioe
cream when cold weather seta In. and you
can get it in any quantity in the coldest
weather. Romemtier Krell & Matb'a and
get the beat.
E. E. Parmenter, attorney at taw.
Hakes collections, loans money and will
attend to any legal businesa intrusted to
bim. nfflue, ptMlofUce block. Rock Isl
and. Ills. datswly
$50,000 to loan on real estate security.
in sums of $300 and upward, at lowest
current rates of lute rest, without com
mission, E. W. Hurst, Attorney at
taw. Rock Island.
Oar prices are lower, our assortment lar
g -r and the quality of our clothing is bet-
tr, bence tbe reason we ask vou to look
us through before you buy. You do not
have to buy unless it - ia to your advan
tage. OlMOJ ft MOSK3iriXDK.
If you would avoid disappointment ard
save time and money, take Dr. Bull'
Cough Syrup and none other.
A Chicago broker named Eaat fcai U
appeared. He's a rcir:-r--t rrr.
AKQU& SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22.
Sweet and pear cider at Boro'a.
Road tba London's Chrtotsnaa "ad."
Bay your kid gloves at Lloyd A Stew
art's. - - -
New goods every da at Cl'mann A
Go to Kann A Huckstaedt's for ladies'
p trior book casta
For rent A bouse for email family.
1118 Third avenue
An elegant line of new neckwear at
Lloyd, and Stewart's.
Hon. Ben T Cable teturned from San
Antonio tbis morning.
For fine bedroom sets and center tables
call on Kann A Huckitaedt.
Read all about "Little Lord Fountel
rov" in the London's "ad "
Boys, read what the London intends
giving you for a Cbristmaa present.
Mr. J C. Adams letutned from Chi
cago tbis morning. His chill ia better.
Clemsnn A 8lrnnnn have head quar
ters for line go ds in fnrniture and car
Mr. Chas. Dodge, of Spirit-Like. Iowa?
is in tbe city to atud tbe funeral of bis
Clemann A Salzmana have an elugant
line or center tablea and fancy parlor
Fine Tokay grapes, nice p-ars and
sweet Mexican oranges at B iro's. under
Those $5 boy's suits beat any lottery
scheme way out of eight at Simon A
Wanted Good giil for general house
work in small family. Enquire at the
Adams Wall Paper Co.
Good gooda at bed rock prices is what
the people want, and tbey get them at
Simon A Moeenfelder's.
Don't forget to call see those elegant
chenile curtains at Kann A Huckstnedt'a
before tbey are all gone.
Beware! Before buying any clothiog
see bow much you can save at Simon A
Mrs. Maude Nourse leaves Monday
evening for her California .borne. She
will visit in Denver on the way.
The carpenters' dance at Armory Hall
last evening waa largely attended and
proved a very enjoyable event
J. N. Hardin, the street sprinkler, made
bis last rotnd for the season Ibis after.
noon. He has now gone into winter
The funeral of the late Jacob Dodt e
will be held f torn tbe brnie if y. L.
l lodge, iiisv Third avenne. at 2 p m to
As tbe largest buyer, tbe Lounoa
Clothing company command the lowest
prices Read tbeir gland Christmas
W. F. Merrill, of Chicago, the new
general naoager of the C B A Q , is
with us today on buslne-s with Division
Agent H. D. Muck.
Mr. H. E. Caateel may resign his do
silioti aa deputy sheriff in order to accept
a pos'iion Ma j Uawes has ottered bim la
his office aa bead clerk f the Modern
E R. McKown sells hard wood In
lengths, cut or split; soft coal, lump and
nut, corner Fifteenth street and First
avenue. Telephone 1193
Tbe Davenport council is wrestling
over the task of reletting the electric light
contract for public lighting. At laat
night's aessi. n all bids were reji-rttd
Tbe mother and brother of the late
Misa Gussie Don desire to express their
gratitude to a'J who reidered them aid
and sympathy in tbeir late affliction.
Mr. J. F. Van Horn returns! from
Springfield laat evening where he
honored by the O Id Fellow society wi h
tbe election to the highest office la tbe
order in the state.
Judge Glenn wound up the September
term or the circuit conn last evening lak
ing the case of Hubbard vs. Garland.
chancery proceedings which hava Oorn
pied bis attention for eight dtys, under
The revival meetings at tbe Forty-Soc
nd street Baotiat chapel have been
greatly blessed, about a do-tea having
professed conversion. Tbe interest is so
great that it seems best to continue tbe
meetings next week.
Consumers of the potatoes eblpped in.
to Geneseo claim tbat tbey are bitter and
unpalatable. When a person pays up
wards of a dollar a bushel for potatoes, a
person is apt to have a bitter taste in bU
mouth when eating them. Arte
W. J. Dale, of Cordova, was arrested
last evening by Constable E-khart on
warrant sworn out before Justice Cooke
charging him with the larceny of grain
anl household goods from J.C. Garland,
or Chicago. Preliminary trial will be had
before Squire Cooke, Wed net lay.
Aledo is contemplating aa electric light
plant, and a local company t about to be
organised tor tbat ' purpose. A commit-
tee bas been appointed to visit different
ciiiea. including Rock Island. Davenport,
Muscatine, to ascertain the best system
for adoption there.
Tommy Dunning, the boy who burglar
ized tbe abanty occupied by the Rose.
berry boys on Fourth avenue, was before
Judge Uienn yesterday who sent him to
tbe Reform school for ne year. He is
an incorrigible youth and there waa sen
tenre banging over him which Judge
Smith had suspended on promise of good
Two tbonsand pounds of war material
have bt en sent from Rock Ialaad arsenal
to tbe seat of the threatened war ia the
west. YetUrdsy one thousand pounds of
mixed ammunition waa shipped, and thia
morning one thousand pounds of powder,
Tbe shipments are to-Forts Rile and
k ninsna in Kansas and Niobrara la Ne
The field da sports r f the Rot k Island
High arhool, Moline High school and
Kemi er ball cadets yesterday afierauoa.
it eluded a doubla tennis contest between
Kemper ball and Moline, which waa won
i-y tbe latter by a score of 6 to t and
foot ball match between Moline A Rirk
Island whbh was givea 11 Moline b
score of 12 to 6 Tbe baaaers were both
quite eiaoorate and prettily and appro
Bill Faulkner, tbe nolse-ereatins sen
us oi tne turtle ago iiuer-wan, who err
ated a s-nsatlon In Cedar Rapids April
last by being arrested for calling out bis
paper in defiance of tbo mayor's order
tbat be oeaaa his disturbance if the Dears
and tranquility or tbat prohlbi Ion vil
uge. put ia aa appe .ranee today and Is
t.ing lite mi erahle to all wiihin sua
abot of hi aound -killing vote.
The marriage of Mian Liacic M . Call
to Wm. Nicholson occurred Wednesday
laat at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. C
M Wake, of Cne. 'The ceremony
performed bf Rev. J W. MrCord. of
ai.Hlne. i aaialed by tbe Rev. Reed, of
rortBtron. Mr. Jesse Nicholson and
Miaa Gertie Beat seed as grnomamaa aad
bridearnaid. Mr. and Mia. Wake furnished
an elegant dinner, which everyoaa
jojod. A bout 100 werepreaeai.
There is su h a marked increase of In.
ternM in tbe onion evangelical aervlca
that lb meetings tomorrow evening and
next week will be held in the Centra
rre byterian church Kev. W. 8. Mar-
qula will preach tomorrow evening and It
is ex pec lea to bav on or the Moll
pastors preset t to relate the wonder M
work going on la their city. The all
pastors associated with their churches ia
these mission ser teas here unit ia aa
urgent invitation to the pabllo ia genera)
to attend any or all oi the asrvtcas
Capt. W. L. Marshall, In cbarg of tin
Hennepin canal survey at Milan, spest
yesterasy in toe city and Inspected the
work at Milan. When seen at the Bar
per hut night be said aa f ar aa ho could
judge the route of tha canal was finally
oeurmioea apoa aa oy ue Koca
route. Ha waa reticent when aak
to how much of an effort Kolinc
mating to auy On prer-eas fey tta roctt
lieve that no effort I being spared at the
noun end to worn every possible In lory
to tbe project.-
H J- Bradley a young brake man on th.i
w ock Island road, who left Rick Islan
n a freight train, was killed at Blue Is-
nd early yesterday morning. Tbo ir-
ring of tbe train ia supposed to have
thrown him from the top of a box ear on
which be was standing. He fell between
wo or tbe cars, one of which passed over
him. death resulting instantly. The car
waa thrown from tbe track by running
over the young man's body, and thus tbe
aociaeni waa discovered. The remains
were mangled almost bevond recognition.
Tb unfortunate man resided in Chicago.
but la well known to railroad men of thia
A Waralag to Dalrjsava.
ProfeMSor Henry warns dairvmcn and
others interested in ref-ard to tbe adul
teration of cow foods by an admixture
of the ont hnlla that couie frutn the oat
meal factories with other trmtn foods.
and all tuilined off under the general
head of mill feed." the pnrcliaser think
ing that because be ss tbo ahuck of the
oat be bas tbe vital subxtnnce of It with
it Hoard's Dairyman commenting on
the above says: "A nearly as we can
axcertuin oat bran which is ulxrtit what
the oat hnlla are is worth only about
two-thii-da us nint-h per ton as wheat
bran. It is sold from the factories at
about (7 per ton. Of conrae. when ruixd
with feed said to lie worth (I ler 100
pounds it is a swindle of the buyer.
Tarpraiina for Farm stork.
"When a chick has the gapes," says a
writer on poultry, "give a drop or two
of turpentine iu the food. When a lajub
pines from a simil.tr i-nue give it twenty
drops in a talil'-spooiiful of new milk.
ben a calf couzhi a dry. btudtr cough
and become thin and wor, give it a
tablertpoouful of the same in a pint of
linnvd grueL All thme ills are caused
by the same pest the throat and lung
thread worm which is destroyed and
ejected by tbe fumes of the turpentine."
Veruioiit whevjiaiv winning distinction
in foivign l.in.U.
A t hctao fadurr in East Otto. N. Y..
claitiLS to luivt- iilhIc tbe Uigivt cheese
ever pnxliK-ed iu the United Slates. It
is taid that 4;unds .f milk were
axed in its manufacture and tbat its
weight was 4.UUO tioiind.
1 be New York Exia-rin- nt station
-wcouiiii. ii.ls tbe Cnuidall i .n .
VA, an i. iv new
ui.te.ise in this country, I- - I uaua at
tackinx wheut heaun. pnxlucina whitish
covering of the g'uiu-s ntrl preventing
the formation or tbo gram la neat h. It
lias aprx-ai'ed thia year in Varioua aec
tioim. notably in Ohio.
Califomiap.-a b il.are lx-ing planted
u consulerabie onanlitie in llx ea.-tem
. a V,M,-4 hleaxo Malrh.
Hot.-l Clerk Si 1'mt N,ni.le there?
Thcyhaie jnst li-n imrn.1. Hie bride
is fnajii B-nton and tlw Kfooiu from Cbi-
Iiend -Tlj.it Srt of pork and
beans as it ww. eh? Lif.
Ait Invincible bea'ing stoves, lUlaer
cook stove, and Uve Oak stove, on ea
"rma. Trire aa low aa the lowest ca-h
price. Tbe Adams. 3i2 Bra.1 etrert.
Vtni-on, quad, ducks aal alld turkeys
at Harms' realaurant. Ttleohone No.
Where there is one good base ball pitcher
there are a d- xen growlers at work.
0 par rem mlariloa fnrtlM ant kl 4ar
oa rJatxtaaaa -tpna H kOM.
Mo. 110, tsti aad 114, Third Aia
Is tb ebeaneal Mr In tbaeoaiitj la tay rw
ria, bagvica, Patau, una. etc. .
HORST VON KCECKRITZ. Pbanaarlst
raaacaunuas a SrariaLvr.
Fourth A, and Twenty-Third St
W. C. MAUCKER,
Bavlaf aar.-b iacd Um
riooarty vhlrh k aa ajul irtttad f 1W hu.
Ia4 hawtam. la aow prrpared ta aunaa
BMMiat traa-irat farata.
Day and Regular Boarding
at my reasonable prma.
Ha ia alas varacrd la la
at ta saia ptac artlh a rksle Ira of (im-vM
rana aiaaaoi a sascaaity.
$300.00 and Upward
Tor aate, aaoured am hutd worth from
thro to 6 lime tha b mount
of Uw loan.
latarast T as raat aaaal a-iw-i.
B. W. HURST,
-ArroauriT at Law
aa Mesaatc Tasspta,
BOTK IST.A fTTJ TT.L
L!:vd & Stcv-rt.
Xck W)arrjaaad ratimsn lti tliialaaa tia
tVnt to a bUloa atatar4 tba Sjsaa.aaek an
IrtxBaaaa. Kanaaa. Innaslaaas. Diana aitae
eaiuHt. l-ala la ua MJa. ava. Who IM aaoat
sTesdschs, yet CarW Uttl livar KH at
qnallf valnaMa la Oonattnaikna. rann aad pra
.aia tUdMBrJ.Totbaf nas aMIaralaaa tha
tHjaadragaUtstliahvarla. JCnaititaaf oala
Siatalv tbetrfnodaaaa dfwa nntaait bcAad llnaa
Wbosaoatrr thera arlU Sad ttma Uutopulavaha,
aMa ta so many vara that tfeav til ant b arlb
iliaf todoantoootUjeaa. BataiaaraUaackaaaal
fjstberamnt o many BVaa that bataai a ban
Wenakasan-enat boast, UnratUacattsslaaias
Cartar-a t-ttUa Ifrrr PWs ara vrf snailt and
ry aaay to lata. On or tara nilla aaaaaadoaa,
Iby ara strict It varKahloaod da ao grips ar
tara. bat bv Ujetr gsatlaarUoa plasas aU arha)
tanlasm. lavtalaaltSamta. tymhwlL ' '
pj aroggists vatTVBssav or aaat b t
CltTf I aec rum t m rrt a. v-
SHALL PILL SlULL DOSL SiULLPolCJ
ASK your grocer for themj
p-ar ta tk papr Sat
aad -krart'1 .alf-.
ttoly on kalf eral a atd. Bnadc raaaa taw
colaaaa. Try .
'H HKNT -FaeantM-t pl-a-aM In Na I
rrirrtabl (raUeaaaa. dwaaSst.
OXKT I.OANCIION KIKMT1 UK at WI4
aa. 4. w. da.
FtK KAI.a-A PINK L T r MKUIOAl. I.
Mmaaraia. im a fall 4 cnal anat s awls
at J. W . ds' srcad aaMd star, MM wrU
SKVNl.HKD Ft'RMTt'kK. ka.bl. sold
or exrnan. Nf l..ai i ar Parauara
aorrd ai tMaibrast coraar IVrrj aad Third aaa,
-.m balk VAL.iaat.it patrmt ik-
?"' at oa 1 arraiora. Sam la mm rat 1m ml
Star rinl-aiaa; W ork, s-aa HaaaUioa au, Pkilasa.
ra; praaarvaa li'r aa iisik; m fall
acpix ta Hour i. au a u.
WANTEII OMIT HTKABOLD WHO I AM
ford Itordaa aad lla-tr Preaa : bildtaul.
WATEI-HDT AuktT AT i'" PkR
aaoat as rluraara. tU at Xa. AIK if
WANTED Aa arm Trarrllaf alaaaa la
aril a rracral lia of aar Mrfibsadaar ta
BM-naaaiamilr. tanod aaee aad aiaaasa paid.
W bolraal ooVss So - U9 W aaLlstaa at , Charaa.
WASTED. A LADT TO MAMAUB A
Hraarh adlr. at har aara . lor ta Pa
ss r-ranl r-:--lc "uramr UlT": a aalradld
Piairtaaii; aodrra auk ,iaap. TW bc.Uana-
sicairai laMitata. Kouta kraa lad.
Salkmhen wanted to meu. m kanf
uxa. (Htaataaaa parwaarat. aarr aad
pe. o cnamn. froaa at . So rxprri
Oaiat frer. WiM fca- Ulan.
E. UOokER 1X1 , NararrjBM,
Koakraicr. K. V
ANTED. GENERAL STATE ABXT Tu
paa aaadqaanvra la aoaaa anaciaal a.
aoair nriwiv, ooouM r our Mom aa ap
poial toraJ aa aah-atyata ta rory city la ta
Waio; pnodaarrll haaafa, ataal ao fcnar. a aal-
voraai aisisan. aaa pay a art er.au at H MM
prrrral. Addroa TH I'MuX IXtUVASX,
1 Broadaay. No York. at
T CMRKR-LtHBtk VAKU WuRiala OP
i-i all rradoa. raa arvtro otradf raaojaMl la
ta taaibr varda o4 llnraro ml tnmm I1U a
' aiwr amy oa appocauva la prraoa la B. B.
uwran. oormarv or taa ftawro Laamka
l ad Iatrr Aanrlallna. rnoaa aia i -a.-.j md
OaaaaFrra. M. B. ooraer Lajloilo aod W'aahaafloa
."Tw, on aait, ia, a
ITTORSBT AT LAW-OStr wkk J. T. Kaa-
aawuv. IJsaBsonas Avoaaa.
JAlkSOX A II L KMT.
ITTORKEra AT LAW. i1o la Rock Ialaad
ttaausau aaaa aolla(. Mnrk l.laaa. IU.
s. a. aa-ata tr. akttun.
HWEEVEf A W1LKER.
TtIK!EVB AJfD WNHU)m AT LAV
ur aa kcaeoioa-s bkaat. Bark Ialaad. III.
ATTiiRNRr AT LAW-Looa a
U k Lrado. kaaarra. Ua la hn noSlra Mark..
K S A LB BVBHV IVIMXII at -
aiaaa. r rrr
URM. BLTOERFOKU at KITTLE R,
RaDI-ATEUPTHR OMTAklO VETEKkA
rv ooii. rarfaar nrMi
aVot Tta4aU a Lwrn siskat
A.trr aa.rry, saark-l onaro
WM. 0. IULP.D. D.S.
OFFHK REMOVED TO
lOO Yearn Afjo
faspla dkdat ax part la saad aiark. artab
laapvaad laaapa vara a kuary aaarykad aUdan
Haw. v tara airiM tata as. aadisirySady has
Isaaas; kat a OCMID laaap la ml a knari. akk
svr)kod daroal aav.
I artab Jaa call aad ar la
LITTLE JEWEL LA1IP-.
aaaaHklaf aaally arw.aod Ika run, at aad hoat
pat. caadk povar. H aoaal alas, aarkal
aiala. aad a aarfal aad caoap, that snaa
o. ix lc L-rr-
We make two epedal offering
1. Double Fold Drsaaa riannala
In a rnriety of shades and mix
A rarpriringly low -crier, for flr
Rock Island. Illinois.
. TUX POPULAR
Hava Ua largeat MtatUhaMnt Want of CMcaga.
DONT KORGKT THE PLACE.
CLEdlANN & SALZr.lAUH,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Noa 124, 12J and 138 8IxteenUi 8treet,
MOOBPOSLATBD CkDEa TBB TkB STAT LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
nvareantlnt-vwatpaJdowDoait. Maatyloaasdoa ParaowaL Oo4
UtaraL or RaalEatau Baowrltj
a r. bit-old-, r-A r a. iw. . m. erroxn. e-si-.
r. L. "arfc-r B 'JWa-da. r TSLa ,, Craaak O. P. Lpaaa,
rill aorta haaai s Jalr A last o4
' r 't inaiilr.i.
KA.NN & HUCEaBTAEDT,
N. 18U and 181S Setxal awsan.
THE LEADERS IS STYLES AND PRICES IM
OIL CLOTHS, SHADES, DRAPERY, Etc
VL E. MURRIN,
Choice Family Groceries
Cor. Third avwana a4 TwajaHy-firat ftt, Rodt lalaaA
,'JLr--'-wwssSkwnrtr4 prW. A staar at aaah
Uas opea4 kls New aad Spacloa-.
No. 1C20 lo 1C26 Third ay-nnr-,
whw he woaU b pleaaed to aa his tranaAa.
JUT, s wJ as a, aad Parte, aad .ko ak kaava drtaJt -
-."l.-.taloarHH. (aatMUaamrfafoaaaH. '
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
". aoa atark, too or aaods i
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Ptr Gallon.
KIOI-IN &lz ADLEB,
Ilpmoved to 310 SevptBlh 8Lrari '
Ute Rtvea C!sts Drettirj. uadbackaioii:te:j
the beat for ladW nboet. Kerer T7atCrprOOfl
Colea, crult pc in;unci tht kalixi.
Try n Uxtlc ani U convinced. Tl f
ttt9 rj Ji A,
2. Wool Suitings. S3 lacbM
wide, plain ahades at
Ton harent eeenihelr equal &r
anywhere near 25c
If tow art a asoaey aavar yo vifl In
veatlgatav It win pay yen X takn a
glaao tkrwngh earr
,a . . . . .
r aa u axackaB Lpad
ttUm r.fih Avrsuta, UOCK 18LAXD.
Buy a Pair of - -
FOR WET WEATflEEa
The n.TpeT la LU Boot taa a
patent Untnc which is Add, Oil
and Watdtfiwoot, innertsxl la aroch
k tnanner aa to make Loth ttx&l
and lie 13,
1 1- x