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,30T.nV.'l wool plaid dreg,
f ' Jctptio""1 bargain nt
lie per yard.
nY A. M. 38 dozen 456
Klib!..'k..a color.. .11 25c
V" ... m eo"l " ,MWe
' i w lr"Rtn wshib oi inree
"rliif ,be ,ot i8 "ol 80 Urge
, not Nt ev,,n 80 ,ODR " t0"9
'fi '" h,Te l,nother lot f the
KELLIE BLY CAPS
L.wh.wnrlhT5c to tl.85.
lartie lot of 250 fancy birds
,vr inii breasts, bought 25c on the
r!, will w at pne J0,r,er 'e.
I'1"' t ..;. worth while trt m.
0nf ' '!' laillre' natnral wool JTT. 7
ir j-T. -
1712. 1714. 1718. 1718. 1720 and 1782 Hncowo Avninm.
Bought At Sheriffs Sale-
THE STOCK OF
Alexson & TJlmark
OF MOLINE. AT
Per Cent on the Dollar.
V will bring this stock to our stores this week. TLey
ha.l a W 00 of Stationery, Blank Books, Plush Goods
Novels and Sporting Good?, which we will close out at
If than mannfVtnrer's prices.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1703 and 1705 Second Avenne.
Wholesale Dealers for
-t: m n J
aV U UnaY
Copper-Smithing. Sheet Iron, Gas and
Steam Fitting, Also Sewer work.
BAKER & HOUSMAN,
OPPOSITB HATiPEK IIO08TI.
Howard Watches, Imported Watches,
H. D. FOIiSOItl.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
-Irish Cough Syrup-
Acts quickly, is perfectly safe and
atadtctna knowa tor all Kidney, Lnng and Stomach traabiea. is
6c a Bottle Samples free.
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Today at 8 o'clock we p'ace on sale
FIVE BIG DRIVES
children' miriAraMP w..,....
week to be d livered on Monday. Among
' one ioi oi children's
natural mixed vests and pants, which we
quote as io'lows:
: ie 10 Vests and Pants i4e
8ie 18 Vesta and Pants..... "nc
Size 80 Vesta and Pants...... aoc
Size 2a Vests and Pants. . ." .'23,5
Size 24 Vests and Pants. . . . ' 2ji
8ize 26 Vests and Pants ', 29c
Bizs28Veeis snd Pants... 8ic
Size 80 Vests and Pants.. ... 84c
Beginning siz 1 stl4e you will
notice the raise of 8n nn
The other miscellaneous drives in
children's and Isdies underwear are as
cheap as we have ever shown, but are
auape 10 oe quoted You had
better take an early opportunity to look
mem over, and eele t what you may
vena and Tant rte- fved too 1at on R.tn..
"- Bwui, aoia emwDer at
wa ia ii a, f bki
" ntf" II U U
L '" tr,.
never fails to cure all Lung troubles.
10c, 25c and 50c Bottles.
and Liver Pills, r
Dm ssist, Ilock Ielrad.
TALKS TO YOUNG MEN.
Dr Weidiier (Jives 11 is Second Bi
-plratl.a ,r ike' atri.i.N, -i.
Ple at the Y. H. c. A. Farles Yrs .
terdajr Afteraiaa Oatna .
Bey. Dr. Weidner
lecture of the bible series at the T. M. a
a rooms yesterday afternoon. The sn -ject
was -Inspiration of the 8criptore."
The subject, he said, is especially iin
pottsnt at this time when so many fat e
theories are held. If the bible is not is
pired it has no authority. The soul of
man craves for something upon which it
can rest and know its abtiolute truth, s td
some power outide of self which sh!t
overcome sin. But one book ev. r claimed
to give these things. In stud ting the
mhject it is necessary to clearly distin
guish between Jtbree things, viz: revi la
tion. Inspiration and illumination. Tl eae
words are often judged to mean sone'
iDing not Known before. Inspiration is
that supernatural guidance of the E olv
8pirit hy which those who were the sab'
icts of it wrete or preached with abso
lute correctness and truth what God de-
alA T. J - ...
...vm. 11 iiixfB awny entirely with any
cnance or error. Illumination is the act
OI the HOlV Bmrit. Still wnrbtnir k.
rhich we understand the word. Dr
Weidner explained these terms at length.
giving many instances illustrating the
distinctions, and said there are five false
theories of inspiration that must be ttken
up and disposed of so that the way may
do clear to understand the truth of this
subject. They are:
irst. Natural inspiration. Identical
with genius; its advocates claim impira'
tion for Milton and Shakespeare of same
kind as for prophets and apostles.
Second. Universal christian inspirition.
identical with illuminatio 1; its adv icates
claim inspiration for all christians
hud. Partial inspiration. The popu
lar theory of the day. Its advocates say
the bililo contains the word of God; not
is. but contains. Each claims the right
to decide what is true; incessant
Fourth. Illumination theory. Its ad
vecates claim degrees of inspiration, as
that in some parts the spirit simply super
intended the work, in others gnided, in
others suggested the act.
t ifih. Mechanical inspiration. Ac
cording to this the writer was a mere ma
chine, just as a flute; you Mow a ad the
The true theory may be called dyna
mic, meaning power or plenary tneaning
true. Its truly human: its trulv divine.
Absolute truth, that's divine; Unguage,
individuality, that's, human The
differences of the language of Is tisb and
Amos, of Luke and Paul, ar the difftrs
noes of the men, but that wr.tten by
each was absolute truth. I never think
of this without my Saviour comlne to
mind. The word is like Christ, human
and divine. As the son of God became
incarnate, so in the book the holy spirit is
incarnate. Now these are tbeoi ies. but
what we wsnl is fuels, we find those ia
the word itself. The claims of Uie word
for itself were then taken uo. John
15:26-27. 16:12 13; I Cor. 12:4 11. Ro
man and Ephtsians, Gtl. 1:11-12; I
Thes. 2.13. wre cited as proofs. The
arguments to he drawn from h story are
also conclusive. Dr. Weidner closed his
address by staling his own positive con
viction, that the bible is an absolue cuide.
telling all that is necessary for happiness
and peace on earth, revealing : be truth of
the future, of death and judg nent and
resurrection, the good news of salvation,
all I need' Much time follow! lg the lec
ture was given to questions.
lr. Weidner lectures ncit Sunday
sgain, the subject to be annoLnced later.
The room was full yesterday. 1 axing the
ability of the association to afford ac
arprlMlns? Arrwia an the Kraal t T
Detective Mklll mf t hief Miller nm
Tot f Hia Mti-HIMlrartMra.
A sensation has been cnaated down
town by the arrest of Ed. Wi.gner, nine
teen yer old son of Mr. and Mrs. P. J.
Wagner, for the-buriglir; of the boarding
bouse at Ninth street and Ft urtb avenue
last Wednesday night at which time $37
in money and a gold hunting casa watch
was stolen.. Ever since the commission
of the deediMarsbal Miller snd Officers
Kramer and Sexton have ha 1 their eyes
on Wagner ss the man who did it, and
after watching him closely and keeping
track of how lavishly he eprnt money, it
was decided yesterday toar -est bim, Offl
cer Sexton performing tho duty. The
chief and Officers Kramer snd Sexton,
escb of whom had gained lufflcient evi
dence to warrant the belief that Wagner
was guilty, put the lprkoncr through a
searching cross fire that fin illy led to hia
confession of the crime though be at first
denied it. He had but $( left of the
money, and the watch wsi found con
cealed in the springs of a sofa at the
young man's home nn Foa rth avenue and
I Tenth street. The boj's father is almost
broken down with grief i ver bis son's
disgrace. The boy is bnt nineteen years
of sge and only recently re turned to Rock
I Island from Omaha where he bad been.
He is naturally bright and but for the
persistency and skill of Marshal Miller
nd Officers Kramer and Sexton, wonld
have succeeded in concea ing bis crime.
Magistrate Wivill Sa.urflay evening
held Chas. Leonard in bends of f 500 for
attempted burglary and fined John Foley
(3 and costs for disturbing the pesce.
Chas. Ltrson wss fined $3 snd costs
Nicholas Ulam s carr enter shop on
Twenty-second street an 1 JNiutb. avenne
was entered yesterday atd eighty pounds
of nails stolen. Officer Mulqueen ar
rested Phillip Johnson and : Julius
Bchocker for the theft Uiis morning and
they returned the stolen property.
Look by all I eans.
What can be fairer tk an a request to
have you look in as tna iy stores as you
like and then come and see our goods and
prices? We surely munt be certain that
j we can saye the public money or else we
would not court comp trison. We claim
that we have the target t. the finest and
the moat elegant stock of clothing in the
vicinity and owing to our superior facilN
ties we are enabled to undersell any and
all competition, we lavite yon to call
and sed for yourself w aether yon bny or
not. BlMOH fl. MoeKKFELDEIl.
Ha Hit Might.' '
'You are getting a 'ay with '.be overs
coat business of the tc w" remarked one
01 our customers yes erday. tineas we
-or rather our prl ks does iL
EratOS i I UOSXXPCIOKB.
COMING THIS WAY.
The MalBt IVatrat Klretrle raaklas
a T.wtrt Stark I ! Th Sew
Th Molina Central Electric Railway is
pushing on low aid Rock Island. The
work of laying ties at the Falrmount ter
mines begun a week ago and kas nearly
readied the new bridge over Darling's
creek. Tie ties ' are mereiv betnir
pounded down it being deemed unneces-I
aary 10 rest the roaj on any firmer foa ni
dation than the ground itself. The ties
will doubtless settle some, but as all the
tics will go down together the evenness
of the road will not be - disturbed. The
work is under the superintendence of Mr.
T. J. Fiynn, of Independence, low a, who
is an experienced contractor. After com
ing west abont two hundred feel from the
terminus, the line ia to turn and go north
one block, thence dne west over the new
bride and 4.7t)0 feet beyond !t into Rork
The line, says the Moline Republican,
will this f,ll be extended only to College
street in South Park addition. The poles
aro all erected and the rails distributed,
and it is likely the liue will be ready for
operation somi time next month.
The new bridge over Darling's ravine ia
nearly com) leied. Mr. F yon a'si has
the contract for doing the wood work on
this. The iron span was put in by Civil
Engineer Boynton, of the C. R I A P.
11 formerly served as a bridge for the
Rock Island road west of Eldoo, Iowa,
and was sold to the Moline people be
cause it was too light lor the increased
traffic and heavier locomotives oely ao
quired on that line. The bridge is in
goon condition, being nearly new, and the
Central folks consider themselves for
tunate in having secured it. The iron
upan is 130 feel and three ioches long, and
the wooden approaches on either end are
each forty-eiht feet long, making the
total length of the bridge over 226 feet.
From the lowest point under the bridge to
the upper deck is nfty-thrcc feet. The
deck is twenty feel wide and is provided
witn a strong railing on either side. The
bridge can be used for teams as well as
electric cm and therefore will fill a long
felt want. The total co4 of the structure
i about $7,XX.
-! ucaasr, Tw.mktrr
Rnrke Have a Heart a Before the
The Dubuque Telegraph of Saturday
contained the following:
Pilots John O'Oonner. of Rock Island.
Geo. Twombley. Jr., LeClaire, and Tom
Kourke, Ualena, were before Steamboat
Inspector Knapp and Yeager in their of
fice in board ot trade building this morn
ing. They are defendants in an action
brought by Frank McMahon, of Fulton,
who becks the revocation of their li
censes, alleging drunkenness, misbehav
ior and absence from the pilot house.
Aug. 27 h last 1 wonibly was captain
and first pilot and O Conner second pilot
of the rafter J. W. Van Sam. Rourke wis
their truen. All were drunk, as McMa
hon testified this morning. The boat
was com in up stream from LeClaire
when O Conner, who was at the wheel.
.1.-. ... m. . .
waa inai nicmauon nau imposed on
an olii man on the boat. Lravinc the
wheel in charge of an unlicenstd man.
O Conner descended to the mess room
where BlcMabon was eating with the
other roustabouts and struck him. Mc
Mahon knocked him down. Then be
ran down the back stairway and to the
nre box pursued by O Conner who tried
to wrest a shovel from the fireman's
hands and failing fired al McMahon wi b
a revolver. McMahon ran to the cabin
stairway and was caught hy R-mrke.
iwombley also caught bim and be
was thrown onto the cabin floor and
beaten into insensibility with the revo'
ver. The men finally dragged Ibe pilots
away, ana on recovering bis senses Mc
Alabon, who bad twice appealed to the
man at the wheel to land, ran into Ibe
hold to -hide from O'Conner who waa
looking for him with a revolver. When
the boat reached Albanv he sneaked
ashore. The electric liyht was turned on
him and O'Conner pursued him with a re
volver and fired at him. Reaching Du
buque the next morning, and being then
sober, O'Conner returned down river.
sought McMahon and offered him f Hallo
keep qmet and file no complaint with the
McMahon lives at Fulton. He had
three witnesses. The pilots testified in
their own bebhlf. All dented that they
were arunk and Irombley claimed be in
terfered to save McMahon though the ev
Kience snowea ne held the neeing man
and not the pursuer. O'Conner admitted
leaving the wheel to thrash McMahon
but claimed that the revolver bad been
discharged accidentally. He also aaid be
pursued McMahon at Albany to make it
up with him and that the revolver went
off accidently. He further said be offered
McMahon 9100 to keep the matter out of
the newspapers and not to prevent him
from filing charges with the inspectors.
The decision of the inspectors when
made will be forwarded to Supervising
inspector Damon t at Washington and
District Supervisor Hayes at St Paul.
THE FINAL REPORT. "
Why Ike UaveramBt Hlinli Kaiati
llh a imm factory at Bk alaa
Arsraal Klabarate la Naat Jvlar
On Saturday, Oct. 13, ibe commission
of army officers selected by the secretary
of war by act of congress to consider the
matter of locating a plant for the makiwg
of heavy guns visited Rock Island arsenal
and were entertained al lunon by the
DaverporlBusinesa Men's association. At
that time the officers were met at the com
mandant'a office by some forty citizens of
Rock Island, Davenport and Moline. By
invitation of the board and at the request
of the citizeo's committee Jadge Nath.
French, of Davenport, made an oral ar
gument for placing the gun plant here,
and the main points stated by bim were
published. Since that time Judge French
has committed to writing bis reasons for
establishing the gun-making works here,
and Saturday afternoon the joint commit
tee of the Business associations in the
three cities met at Davenport to bear bis
argument read. Judge Gould, of Moline,
presided and E H. Guyer, of Rock Ial
and, acted as secretary. The Democrat
No such showing, of the advantages
poe'essod by this center of manufacturing
industries has previously been made.
must convince any disinterested man that
the claim mcde for the gun foundry ar.d
factory is based on solid foundation. But
it is one thing for the facts to exist and
another to bring them together ia such
way aa to make tkem tell al every point
for all they are worth. This Judge French
nas done with art. ana force, and com
pleteneas. A unanimous vete of thsnks
wss given him by the committee and ibis
will be sbarad by every citizen of Daven
port, Kock Island and Moline. It ia not
loo much to say that no other person
could nave done this work so well aa
baa done it The argument a ill be for
warded to Washington at once.
The Object System. Aunt v. Do tnev
teach by the object system at your school?
Utile uoy. Yes'a. They ia always ob-
jeciicz to something or other. .
FLED FOR HIS LIFE.
to Recaps the Wrath ef
A taereka.t .lu T.w. I.
rvy Ulvarew PrweiB mm a
eawal Likely rllw.
A yonng businessman is missing from
the city today. Ha left the city very ab
ruptly Saturday light and probably
saved his life by doing so. All day
Saturday citlz-n who considers that
this merchant has been invading the
sanctity of his home was on the out
look for the aforesaid merchant with gam
loaded to the mnzxle. So he thouirhi the
first law of nature demanded that be
take a few days' rest out of town, and be
departed. All that be left was a letter to
an attorney, telling him to call al a cer
lain boarding bouse where he would find
the wife of bis pursuer. The lawyer
complied and proceedings for divorce
were decided upon, the ground being hab
itual drunkenness. The husband charges
adultery on bia wife's part and will enter
countercharge to tint tftVct. The parties
to the scandal are all well known.
A Sjrarl fraetleal Jake-.
Lawrence Eklund returned from a bunt
ing trip to Cordova the other evreinc. and
now he wishes be hadn't. Some of bis
friends who expected bis return conceived
the idea of perpetrating a joke npoa the
unsuspecting sportsman. For some time
Lawrence has been Uting awake o'oights
thinking about a gun which the Hon. B.
Cable, two or three days after election
bad promised to procure for him. The
wags fixed np a box, addressed it, etc,
and when Lawrence arrived tired and
foot sore from his bunting trip, they
sprang it on bim, one of the party re
marking, "I see your gun has arrived.
Lawrence," at the same lime pointing to
he box. The lirel expression left hia
face, his eyes sparkled, and be naked the
boys to "have something' before ha
optned the box. the while keeping anete
of i isf action on it- The bora left the
dace ooe at a time, and todav thrv keen
dropping in, one at a time, remarking.
Lawrence "get your gun" And Law
rence isn't saying a word. He had opened
the b-x Moline Republican.
Fromaee de brie, the firslof the season.
New plaid dress fUnnels 44q
this week at McCabe Bros.
Fancy feathers, breasts and birds
quarter value at McCabe Bros.
Mra. nenry Curtis, woo is travelling
n the west, is now at Denver.
Another lot, 75c to 91 85 of Nellie Blv
caps, go at 25c each at McCabe Bros.
May's only celebrated strictly home
made mince meat for the first lime this
season, at May'a.
round A Newfoundland dog. Owner
can have the stme al 530 Ninth street and
Mr. C. O. Gaver. of the Rock Island
house, has cone on a vMi lo hia old home
Five grand bargains in children's
underwear, opened lodav, at McCabe
Bros. See adv.
May's only celebrated strictly home
made mince meat for the first lime this
seaaon, al May's grocery.
Otto Seib. coiner Fouith s venue and
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nevenieemu street, win nave a roaal pig
uncn on inanksgivmg day.
A rattle of turkeys, geese ami ducka
lueaiiay, Wednesday and Thursday al
the White Elephant.
May s only celebrated strictly borne
mane mince meat lor the first time this
season, at Hay's grocery.
39 dozen fresh, new felt bats go on sale
today at McCabe Bros, at 25c. The
grand rush will soon break the assort'
Next Wednesday and Tbursdav Otto
Seib will raffle oa several dozen geese at
nis place, and he invites bis friend to
come and see him and have some sport.
Messrs. Wm. Jackson and S. D. Cle-
land addressed aa immense
sunaay closing meeting, held tinder toe
huseicef of the Tri City Labor Congress
aturanu Army trail, Dtvrnnort. vester
The long congested suit of Charles Ve
lie vs. Mrs. P. V. Newcomb has been de
cided In the circuit court of Davenport
ror me piaintm. A guardian will he ap
pointed for the defendant, who is of un
sound mind snd is rich.
The dance fur the benefit of Tim
O Mei 1 and Timothy Woods, two dis
abled moulders al Armory hall Saturday
night, was a success ia every way. The
moulders at the plow works gave ibe
dance for their fellow workers who are
The funeral of ibe late Jacob Dodge
was held from the residence of Sewell
Dodge, 1089 Third avenue, yesterday af
lernoon al 2 o'clock. Rev W. 8. M aro nis
nmciaung. 1 ne psil-Dearers were Messrs.
Fred Weyerhanser. W. F. Scbroeder. W
H. Baker. 8. W. McMaster. W. N. John
son and Albert Woods.
All those wishing to participate in the
pie eating contest at the London Cloth
ing Co.' establishment on Thanksgiving
day will please inform Fred Staeseer., of
the bakery firm of Polzin A Siaassen. or
leave their names at tbe clothing hoase
within the next two dsys, as the lime
There will be a meeting at G. A. R
ball tomorrow evening for Ibe purpose of
organizing a Pocahontas Degree Lodge
1 nis urgree bears Ibe same relation to
the I. O. Red Men. aa tbe Rebekah degree
to the I O O F . the Degree of Honor
to tbe A. O. U. W, etc. It is a very in
teresting degree, snd will be orgenized
wun w large memuerthTpi-,
Msi. C W. Hawes. bead derk7-t the
Modern Woodmen, spent Sunday at bia
no me in mis city ana returned to Fulton
mis etiernoon. tie says there ia no
chance of moving the bead offices to
Rock lt'.and al present and that they wil
eventually come here be baa no doubt
Mr. H. E. Casteel has accepted the nosi
lion lu his c.fflce spoken -of raturdav and
will iheiefore resign bis position as depaty
aoer a unaer nr. uordon.
J. W. Blv tbe, for some years attorney
ana counsellor for the I blcago. Burling
ton & Quincy Rrilroad Company, with
is cmoe at nuruagton. naa been promo
tea to oe general solicitor or tl at com
pany. to succeed tbe late Hon. Wirt Dei
ter, who was the ablest railroad lawyer
in America, sir. mylaes headquarters.
it Is said, will continue to be in Burling
ton, that having been one of tbe condi
tions on which be accepted tbe position
Wednesdsy morning at 9 o'clock at St
Mary's chorea, occurred the marriage of
sir. vm. j uojy and Miss Bridget F.
Mooney. . The young conple were at
tended by Miss Lizzie Mooney, sister of
the br de. and Mr. John Dolly, of Rock
Island, cousin of the groom. After tbe
ceremony ibey proceeded to ibe home of
tbe brides mother on Ninth avenue.
woe re congratulations were receive 1 and
a choice weddieg breakfast was served
to relatives and intimate friend. ChB-
' A Were A seat
Jeans pants. Wa handle the Jack Rab
bit brand. Each pair guaranteed not
rip. We nave just unpacked a fresh lot
and It would be well to get our prices ne-
iore noytng. a nroaa to the wise.
BlatOsT ft MoSUrKXDKB,
McCorkle (looking at the Individual
leaning against the lamp-post): That ansa
has a queer same Triangle. McCrackls
11 is appropriate uoara. tun 1 rye-
NOVEMBER 1!4 : I tTJO.
It pleases to note the satisfaction our
overcoat sale create. Few people have
la Idea bnw cheep wa are selling over
coats. Once ia the store and learn is
oor prices expreaaioas like '"I declare. I
bad no Idea I would gel aa overcoat as
cheap as all that," we are ao used lo
teat they do not amuse as any mora. We
aakadlocnme and satisfy themselves
lb at we are selling overcoat way below
anybody. futon A MosurtLDK.
Oystets at Krell A Math 'a.
The Hotel Gordon Is now for sale.
For rent A bonse for small familv.
US Third avenue.
Go to nolbmok's. Davenport, for car
pels and silk curtains.
If yoo wsnl tbe best paving business
buy the Hotel Gordon.
Special sale silk curtains at Tbe Adams.
822 Brady street. Davenport.
Bend your friends to Krell A Math's
for a dish or can of fresh oysters.
Tenderloin, spare ribs. dIi'i feet, leaf
lard, etc., at Gilmore's pork bouse.
Call and see the band-carved bed room
suites at Uolbrook's, Davenport.
Parlor suites and fancv chairs of everv
description at Uolbrook's, Davenport.
Ice cream always on band and served
by tbe dish all winter at Kiell A Math's.
Venison, quail, ducks and wild larkeys
at Harms' restaurant. Til nboaa No.
A handsome line of hook r.s-s and
cabinets lustrecHved at Uolbrook's, Dav
en port. -
Aa elegant assortment of dining tables.
chairs and bat racks al Uolbrook's, Dav
Wanted Good giil for genera house
work in small family. Enquire at tbe
Adams Wall Paper Co.
E. B. McKowa mils hard wood Ib
length, rut or split: soft coal, lump and
nnv, corner rirteenlb street and First
avenue. Telephone 1 198.
B'.ankets. eomfor'ab e mattresses, nil-
lows rare bargains, al Ibe Adama. 822
Brady street, Davetiport,
When you want a nice dib of fresh
oysters step in lo Krell A Malb'a nod or
der Ibero np In any style.
B droom suites, pnl.r r-uitre. lonnfea.
fancy rockers, sideboards, dining tables;
full line al The A 'ams, SS) Brady street.
The Crown dining ball. No. 17ii Sec
ond avenue, ia now ready to furnish you
uie neat meai in tne city lor V.1 cents. A.
B. Johnson, proprietor.
Use "Aunt Jemimas'" prepared Dan
cake flour. The most excellent produc
tion In the market. Ask your grocer for
IL Scheab A Hollers sole airenls.
Bear in mind we do not quit making Ice
cream when cold weather sets In. snd you
can get 11 in any quantity in the coldest
weatner. itememoer Krell & Math s and
get the best.
50,000 to loan on real estate secnrilv.
n sums of kl and upward, at lowed
current rate of interest, without com
mission. E. W. Hurst, Attorney al
law, Kock Island.
Tbe fourth annual ball of Twin Cit
Lodge No. 39. B. of I,. F.. at Armory
hall, Wednradsy evening, November 2ft,
Ctlarrh ia not a local but a constitu
tional disease, and require a con.iiiu-
nal remedy like Hood's Sriaiar:lla to
eutci a cure.
Ait Invincible bea'ing stoves, lit leer
roos siove. anri uve oak stoves, on easy
icrma. net-s aa low aa tbe lowest ra.h
price. ibe Adams, SJi Brail y street.
Never spend your mcnev before von
have It. This will save yu from many
dilfirnltiee and some temptation. Bat if
you have a cold, spend 25 cents for
bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
super rem rMortloa tart arrt SSSaya
oa Bagrieaaad 8praf M aoaa.
ho. 110. lt aaa 114. Third Ar,
Is the rhrapeat pare I the roantr Vmhmj -fcr-rtagv.
Basiea, Fuels, IMM, etc.
W. C. MADCKER,
HaTlof parchued the
Property which he has had ultr4 tor the ho.
lot buioeaa. Is bow prapartd accoai
. aaodite tranaicat (ana.
Day and Regular Boarding
at very rraeonable prices.
He is alao rag.frj la the
at the 1
w place with a ebclre he of Cmerira.
rarai prodae a pccum!ty.
IOO Years Ago
Faople didat ezprd to lead aiach, wtaler evea
tat, aad laaap, Wtn a huarr everybody dldat
New, w tar alrht into day. aadevebodr has
kunps: bat OOOD laasp 1 ull a luery, which
vcxyhody dorsal haT.
I wlah yee'd call aad e tbe ,
LITTLE JEWEL LAMP,
soawthlnc realty eew. aad the prttlt aad brat
yet. SO eaadle power. asaal sixa. ak-tel
piatsd. and so aortal aad cheap, that ereryoM
eat at to aar u.
G- M. LOOS LEY
CHISA AMD GLASS,
Lbj'd A Stovart,
mf a mm t . 1 1,. - aa
Xaodaaaa. !! iHvnawo. Immimm oraar
111 . rata a IM saAato Wbia. Ti mo)
neAaebe, y CttW Utrb Lrear m as
Smlfruralhoxli II I IM'"" 1 1.1a. hwttorto.
htaiyuum . aid. aoait r jaatih as
Vtennur IMS m Ol Sad tha huh uaal
Mala oaaaf amathala wdl M ha vaV
Xhaoamhoatli ii, B aiWaUotokhaad
fztbbaBaro saaay ft that ham hi
J v . s"' "all OATpilhiiwaia
(araV iJttl trior rlTW are varr pmmM aad
VTy tarj h taaa. Wooortooynlla nln Sua
Thry aio stnolr vneatahla aad do Bat sno or
tn- hotT lhatrwiortki pUaail who
! UtulauHaatti ri.fc.ll. Baad
By siijaliaio. oroaatby aaad.
CARTf ayRHCt-1 CO- Mow Vee.
SUALLPOi. SUAU DOSL SHU1 PRICE
TOUR OEOCER FOR
aad Oral ploro la tha
Waa." -In-t." -HaW
Srrrybudy road Ihw
aal fnml toaaj a
Hit .iaa4 ara.
IMPretaM rnlkau. Sin
MONET HA1KIION FLKMTI KB at Hit
ttrroad iTftni. J. W. Jo.xta.
TR Al.a- riHH I.
T r LMUH-L S-
L MPiarttt. al-o a tall art of nal
al J. .
JM .lOa baad Ha,
SEcXOO-IUNil rtK?ITlK, hoa.hu sold
or etrhaard. M.mrf haaaad or raroHar
xaoiar curort rrrry aad Thud B4a,
FlR fcAl.B VALlARLR r-ATkHT M
pmrtrnmn Ivraien. Kaw la aortal loo at
Mar ptaiahia; Work. SUS B
itlioo sc. Fhilaaa.
hf aad Hah;
fta? rail hLfUralu.
soar j. wiuik, lor
aaoaih aad expraa
A.iSNTs AT lkR
to. Call at No. Sit Fi!-
TTTANTEOAa arl Trarrltat
vv aril rtcnl I. or oor Mrnhaadwa a
annuuaii). IM ttH U4 nanara al.
a aotcaJooaVai V-IM W aaLlactaa M . eklcan.
TTTJITIO.- LAPT TO BiNAtil A
V Braarh oAre. at hfon kaaa. toe loo Pa-
ano rraute ewriac "irc Uij"; a eplaodid
Ppoeiaatly: oilt with at ip. Th In fiaai
rr aeaicai laatitaia. heath nkd lad.
S ALBUM BM WANTED TO SBLm NChSBRT
ftlach. Mlaaini. ,..! at. aaavy aod al-
rraa nan. No et n
lialSt frrr. W iltr tr IrraM.
r'iCJ u. a. uuikis tv, aatarrj
Hocajralrf. H. V.
WAKTEO-UEXEKAI, STATE AUENT To
apoa hradaaartrfa la anew ariarloaj alt.
axriaane naneal of e Ooaiaoai aad a
potat NaJ aad nlamt is ewv city la the
we: rmxtm orru aaoara, ataul lax. la a
rtaai drasaad. aad par a art erodl of as to KM
perrrai. AdUrra THE Mu.t tVlhTAM.
T CMBaR-Ll MBtR VABl WORISII UP
A-l all cradr. caa arrar atrodj rapknanl la
lae laaiarr yarda of Ctilraco at (nam tl bl to
Jr!7 aTHteoe ia prraoa to a. a.
nuuraK. rrrtarr of tao Cbkafe Uakn
. a-d DeaWV Ataorletloe. mnai SIR Uiabrt ot
ivaaaierrr. a. a. earaa Lactalia aad W
uma, t'hkaoa. III.
J. X. BEIKDSLET.
TTOKNIT AT LAW-OtBcowtth J.
ixwonmj. wt eeenas Areaaa.
- Jlt KSOM A II I' KMT
TTORHETS AT LAW. Oflr, ta BVark lalaad
taaauoaai aaaa Dainuaf. swra Isload, IU.
a. a. saasssT. c. a. waLaaa.
8WEE.VET k WALKER,
ATTORNEYS AD COCNKELLOIM AT LAW
OMem la Beacaioa's aluaa. aVack Itlaad. lit.
MrE.MRT A Mr EXIST.
ATTOHtkTU AT LAW Loaa Bwary oa eood
arcarlty. auk eollctiM. luiaeraca. at 1 lea
ail Ljtxia. baakrra. UtB la I lailiilhio batch.
TlIE D II LT A k(i I'SkT
FUR SALE EVBRT EVENIXO at Craauaaav
Slew atattd. Ktre coau par copy.
IIR-S. BUTHEKFUR0 A BUTLER,
PRADt'ATEOPTHE ONTARIO TETBR5 A
iT "". atrraarv rhraiounM aa riim.mi.
vwi i laoau urrrr etaaar;
Ar BakrTT. aMrkrt aaaara.
WMi 0. KULP, 0. D. S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Rooaa. SS, ST. tS aad SB,
Taka Klerator. DAVENPORT. IA.
oi ac-a or
f 200.00 and Upwanla
For sals, sreurad oa Isml worth from
three to Ave times the amowat
of the loan.
latarrat T par real aeori aaaaally. twllorted aa
flaaiiiioo irae aw cavo.
E W HUKST,
Atto&hbt at Law
t aad S Maaoalc Tawpta,
ROTaT HT.ANTt U.
BOR8T VON KCXCKKITZ. rWaaart
1 1 x.
fnaw an mas a apactaLVT.
Annonar gool news la
Advlnr rerelved fra tma f ii-.
cloak asaaafarlarers are le the
nrt that l hey will be plew-nl to ferae
is with all the
we may need daring the trwasjadeg wf the
w at taw very low rrx tsade rartlev.
will be ssada.
This gives asaJecUed advaatafv
rcmprUtors who) ara a... .U-..
cloaks af aawaafaciarna who be v. give
wsasweaj mm Nflifl,
Oer garaarnu are saU of Walker's,
uanrro fHOShwa, all
wearers aad werreatrd.
Rock Island. Hliiioia.
1 Furnitiire and
Have the largest ea
DONT FORGET THE TLACR.
CLEKIANN & SALZUflUfJ,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And No. 134, 12 And 123 81xtwnLb 8trwt,
incoapocATED nrnca tbb twb stati law.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
R"CC IsLAXD, ILL.,
Oia-adallrreaatta avUSp -v. aM .r4M.a t a, i-VffcjPk,
Fir. per cm l.tarew paid o. Dopoalv Mooo, ioaaod o. ParwoaaL Col
lateral, or Real Estate Saoarttj
t r. BETIUH. r-a. ' C. DEMEaAXR. VtcoPraa, d. M. BCfOKO, Ohahaw.
s oa. wu
KANN c& HUCKSTAEDT,
Xa. 1811 and ISIS Second sveaue.
The Leodar at
OIL CLOTHS. SHADES, DRAPERY, Etc.
M. E. MURKIN,
Choice Family Groceries
Cor. Third avaeae aad Tweaty-flrat 9t, Rock lalaad.
A IroK-la atnrkof Oraeorl that arffiaaaA i t a.. . .
Has opeaed hia New aad Bpwcaoas--
No. 1620 to 1626 Third ATenae,
where be would be pfessew to saw hit friewda.
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
EsT-JUw stot. aew otork. the beet
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER,
Rmovrvl to 219 8T-ntenlh 8trcct
Use Raven Gloss Drmlnj,
the Lest for LvIieV ahoea. Never
acaica, enckt rxir injures Ue JcaUa.
Try a Louie s&J Lc cevvinced.
ttC9 Plfia Avcaue,
Several llaes af ladles' aad ehiidrwB-
aaderwewr Jawtearaed at womJerfaT
Lavtass' whha aoft tawrlaa. t0U
amts hae. lUVbed drawers is.
Ladtas' Jteteral Waul Martao. ft(Jf .
Xew aeaiwtaarat Dreas Oaeda Jaal
tJaoad a Bah) ia Aetswchea asul saiaT
Caawl tiaira. Bins aoft Hoth. vVta
Koea arvgat )ot Bkst TVS I
for a etyiasa ctwaa.
Lwat C4 the I t-aaa.
Uahabaat Waet ot CUoae.
axawpy aaakaas aaaaj aWh US
or I Wo aad prtra la
r- . a aanw ptaw
Mu6 Fifth Aveaoa. ROCK tSLXSD.
aaaoatnaaaaet prlcoa. A aha of
I Buy a Pair of
FOR WET WEATHER.
ttt 1 rrnnririnnri nnn
Th upper In this Boot hia
patent Xlatoc. vhich is A. OU
and Waterproof, tnaertdvd in cuch
a manner aa to max both front
Tot sals oaly hy
ronrtTi Ave. and lwamty-Tisl ft,