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JAHNS & BERTELSEN.
Tinware And Hotjsk Furnishing Goods.
1612 second avenue.
ROCK ISLAND. ELL.
-Bought At Sheriffs Sale-
THE STOCK OF
Alexson & Ulmark
Per Cent on the Dollar.
will bring this stock to our stores tbls week. They
a 3.000 of Stationery, Blank Books, PJash' Goods
wis and Sporting Goods, which we will close oat at
tlrin manufacturer's prices.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1703 and 1705 Second Avenue.
BAKER & HOUSMAN,
Wholesale Dealers ibr the Celebrated
' AND TIIE-
Pastuer Germ Proof Filters.
Copper-Smithing, Sheet Iron, Gas and
Steam Fitting, Also Sewer work.
BAKER & HOUSMAN,
Opposite Hahpeb House.
H Tt B Ira
Howard Watches, Imported Watches,
H. D. FOIiSOIJ.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Syrupy
AcU quickly, ia perfectly safe sod never falls to cure nil Lang trouble.
TRY IT. 10c, 25c and 60c Bottles.
' ;; THE BEST
Medicine knows tor sU Kidney, Loaf sod Stosaacta troubles. Is
Thomas Kidney and Liver Pills,
6c a Bottle Samples free.
r. H. jthoiias;
- A A.
TMANClTlN RE ALU L
A Commercial Draromer Com to
, Grief. v " . ' :
AMit.B Hkl.l,. ih i.
Rumors which were prevalent jester
1 -""noon or t romance implicating
commercial drammer. who makes period
tesl trips to Rock Island, and rttrM-.
tive young miss from South Rock Island,
who has been e mployed in a millinery
establishment in the city, culminated last
evening to the inetiRation of leg si pro.
eeedinea in Magistrate Wlvill. court,
which brought both parties to abrupt
grief. On Tuesday evening after l he trav
eler, whose name, by the way. Is William
Alendyke. and who Is a traveler for a
New York jewelry house, the girl who is
none other than Minnie Valentine, six
teen yearvold daughter of Mr. Cyrus Val
eniiie of South Rock Island, disappeared.
Yesterday diligent search was tr ade for
the girl, but she could not be f on nd, and
last evening It was learned that on Tues
uay nignt Alendska a ul h.
girl had registered at tin Kim
ball in Divnrmrt WJ 111
wife, that they had taken a room there
for the night and that their ireala hart
been tent to them in theirroom. Yester
day morning they came to Roct Island in
a carriage and took the early triin on the
Milwaukee road for Dubuque. A war
rant was sworn out before Magistrate
Wivill hy Mr. Valentine at on charg.
lag Alendyke with sedup.linti. nnrl tVia
Dubuque police were put in telegraphic
vuuimuuicauon wnu tbe facts in the case.
Late last night a message can te that the
couple bad been arrested in that ritw.
Thia afternoon a Davenport off cer started
for Dubuqae and will bring tb j couple to
davenport where Alendyke i ll be tried.
The crime is one punishable by peni
tentiary imprisonment, in Ioa a. and tbe
frisky drummer will cit tbe f ill measure
of the law if the enraged fatlier of the
girl can give it to him. The girl being
under age leaves no opportunity for the
escape or the seducer unless the father
of the girl consents to her marriage.
KIND OF A BAD FRY I.
Constable Eckhart arrested J. S Frve.
a professional sprinter of 8oe th Moline.
today on complaint of Wm. ,T. Frve. hia
brother, who charges adultery with tbe
letter's wife, on whom Conrtsble Eck-
hart has gone this afternoon to serve a
THE ROCS ISLAND AKQUS, THUItOQA Y, DECGIIBnil
The Repert mt XaTraaber'n H ark at mi.
"' UonatiOBa aari Expra4l
tare. The report of St. Luke's hospital for
November is as follows:
Expenses Rent. 130: nune. S40. ser
vant. $16; extra nursing, fi; groceries.
19 85; drugs 24 .50; milk. 4;hrd coal,
17 50; soft coal. $2 65; woc:,$3; butcher.
$5.30; total. $150.50.
Donations Mrs. Geo. F. Warner.
meat for the month, Mrs. Harm, wine.
)elly, sugar, cornstarch and old linen;
Mrs. Rejno ds, grapes: Mm. Shields, old
linen, crockery; Mrs. R&isl . vegetables;
rs. Simon, Jelly, old I.nen. pigeon.
grapes, iemons, roup, chairs; Mrs.
Schmidt, pickles, castile aoVp, carpet, rug
jelly, soup, crockery, co feecake, slop
jar. celery, apples, old lln an tidies; Miss
fetersen. tidies, floss, ritibon JMrs. J. M.
Buford. grapes; Mrs. Lery old linen.
preserved peaches, preserved tomatoes.
pair curtains; Mr. Sutcliff. white wash
ing; Clems do & Stlzmsan, rug; Mrs.
Wagner, meat; Mr. Tremtnn. meat; Mrs.
Denkman. jelly; Mrs. Morris RosenQeld.
turkey and cranberries; Mrs. Weyer
hauser, turkey; Mrs. Milich. nine bowls
one-half dozen teaspoons;'JMra. Wblsler.
potatoes, jelly, eggs; d9nalions from
building No. 8. apples, potatoes, jellies,
pop corn, turnips, oranges, corn starch.
canned peaches, jar preserves, sugar, tea.
tapioca, rice, tomatoes, can salmon,
coffee, fruit, can atrawlierries. raisins,
ginger snaps, bananas, c bill sauce, etc.
Mr. B. F. Cook, repairing bedsteads;
Mrs. Ranfranz, old linen; Mrs. Geo. Wae
ner. pillow, sheet and slip, coffee, augar.
chickens, oranges, breid and towels;
Mrs. Autbey, pillow and old linen; Mrs.
Biggerd, one pair pillo'vs. Mrs. Ellen
Moore, graham flour, pie suzar. butter.
rolled oates, cake, jar l maloes, butter:
German Sewing Society, six pillow slips.
tour sheets, lour night g owns; Mr. Oil
more, twenty pounds lard and meat; Si
mon & Mosenfehler, nil bt shirts: - Mrs.
Geo. Schneider, Sr., ch ckena, peaches;
ansa f echner, books, lelly. celery, bis
cuits, papers; Mr. Hanst en. celery; Mrs
Christy, box crackers; Deborah Benevo
lent Society, commode,
from the Methodist church Thanksgiving
four barrels of potato s. two barrels of
Number of patientB, 9: died, 1; dis
charged, 3; remaining, ;".
M. C. xJoffkak, Sec
Tbe Fortign Missionary convention of
district No. 2. of tbe Rock River Pres
bytery at the Central Presbyterian church
yesterday was a succes t, both in attend
ance and point of wjrk accomplished.
The programme outlined Tuesday even
ing was carried cut. .lev. W. B. McKee
of Milan, presided at the morning ses
sion. Dr.?. W. Stewurt of this city, at
tbe afternoon session and Rev. T. R.
Johnson of Edgingtor , at the evening ses
sion. At the latter w ssion Rev. Thomas
Marshall of St. Liuis, recently appointed
field secretary of the Presbyterian board
os foreign missions, made an interesting
address on missions, tbe mode of con
ducting them and vhal was being ac
complished by them.
la Jaii aara.
Hereafter prisoners in tbe county jail.
no matter for how k ng a ponod will wear
j 11 garb. This la ia obedience to the
action of tbe countf board today which
carried out a suggestion made by Sheriff
Gordon yesterday that he be provided
with a number of autte with
which prisoners v ill be clad through'
out the moment th;y enter the sheriff's
keeping. The salt r 111 be ordinary jeaoa.
This will save the expense of providing
prisoners with such clothing as they need
as they will leave tt em when released and
also insure cleanlia ass, and avert thejdan
ger of prisoners goi as in with tool .for
making escape. . : '
stalaaaac ! Baaaar.
Tbe Womens' Improvement Guild of
Trinity church, wi l hoid a Salamagundi
Baaaar in Armory hall. Wednesday and
Thursday, Deceit bor 10th and 11th.
There will be a ' variety of handsome
booths fancy. S iss, ice cream, dolls aad
aprons, and the gi eat novelty a Japanese
booth with Mrs. In T. Cable aad Mb a
Edson and ass is la atay - ia xoflsplete
tame. Enpper w 11 be served ea2fren-
Ing from 6 to J o'clock. DlnneAon
Thursday from 11: to 9 o'clock.
There may IS some virtue la atllc
them" he said, 1 .ut for actual worth.and'
repidity or cHect ; I Know Ciat notiluj
aude can excel I r. Bull's Cot; ETrep.V
WILSON'S ALL RIGHT.
.Waihias; raa caase r all eararta ta
ItearlYe Him af Hla Heat la the
Itcclalatarc Tae. Turk af Cetliae'
This morning's Union devotes aome
thing less than two-thirda of a column to
quotations, extracts and comments, in its
efforts t show that tbe resignation by W.
C Collins of something he never had
gives the republicins an indisputable
titlo to a representative from this county.
It asserta that "as the distr'ct is a repub.
lican one the republicans will have no
trouble in filling the Collins vacancy with
one of their own men." That ia just
what tne republicans would like to do,
bat the fact that they would like to do ft
and the carrying oat of a special election
involving an expenditure to the tax
payers of 93.000. in order to realixe that
wsh wiil not mike it passible to real
ixe. The law does not permit a party to
get up a special election and go to tbe
polls and elect one of their number every
time it loses a seat in a legislative body,
through its own blunders. Tsx payers
are paying for tbe mistakes of a political
organisation, or helping one to remedy
tbe los suffered through its own ind s
cretion and blunders.
The Akous of yeatt r.lay quoted the
law and showed its reference to this case
which cannot be misconstrued into da
fiauding J. A. Wilson of a seat in the
legislature which convenes next month.
The position then taken was amply sus
tained by a Springfield , dispatch to yes
terday Chicago Herald, vil:
Tbe resignation ot W. C- Collins, who
was elected to the lower house of the
legislature by the r publicans of the
Twenty first district, and who, it has since
been discovered, is not eligible to mem
bership in that body, reached tbe gov
ernor's office today. This step was taken
by Mr. Collins for tbe avowed purpose of
fooling tbe democrats," si me of whom
have been insisting that, Inasmuch as be
rsnnnt tuba Ihu c.t tt -kink ka
e ected, it must go to his democratic op
ponent, wno received the next higheet
vote and who Is eligible. Mr. Collins
will not "fool" anybody to any great ex
tent. He is not yet a member Of the legis
lature and has nothing to resign. He
might fail to qualify when the proper
time comes, and thus create a vacancy to
be filled by special election. The li glsla
ture itself is made by tne fundamental
law of tbe state, tbe judge of election
and aual.flcation of i'anwn mAmhrt nil
if Governor Fifer should prematurely
viiroi nn cmutlu la VUO 1 WCIH-UlHl dis
trict the house would undoubtedly treat
thA inn - millitw nrl M.f..u n
seat whoever might be elected. Ia this
connection it Is proper to say that Gen
eral Palmer will never consent t occupy
a seat in the senate by the vote of any
member of I hp lpalal-tur -k. mmm nt
chosen by tbe people. He is a pair ot
and a democrat who believes that the
rainy txpressed will of tbe people should
prevail In such matters.
St. Paul Lodge No. 107. Knlghti of
Pytbias, at Its annual meeting last eve
ning elected the following officers for tbe
ensuing Pythian year:
C. C Albert H. Hueaijg.
V O Will Siewari.
Prelate Robt M Wall.
K of R and 8 J Alex Montgomery.
M A Fritz J Slaasen.
M of F Samuel R Wright.
Mof Ex Christ F G.tetger.
P C Charles O Bloom.
Representative to grand lodge for two
years H Vi Smythe.
Barrett Chapter No. 18. Royal Arch
Masons have elected officers as follows:
H P F C Denkmann.
E K J F Robinson
E 8 John O'ubaugh.
Treas W T Magill.
Sec J R Johnston.
PS M M Brtggs.
C H E J Sears.
R A C J T Dixon.
Third-Veil Geo MrKissick.
Second Veil Wm McConochie.
First Veil Christopher Gaetger.
Tyler Geo Foster.
Chaplain E P Pinneo.
Steward II P Hull.
Member Board cf Con'rol W. T. Ma
Or laterrat ta Haltaay Barer.
C. C. Taylor, tbe well known dealer :n
toys, stationery and fancy goods, is pre
paring to open a branch store which be
is stocking with an elegant line of holi
day goods. The new store will be his
permanent location after January 1. 1S91.
but he will conduct both stores until that
time. He has put in a large and new stock
of the latest novelties In toys, fancy
goods, etc Tbe new store is located tbe
first door east of the ' London Clothing
Co.." and from now to January 1 . will
be under the chtrge of Mr. J, L Free
man the old and well known tea met-
Desirous of entering this new store
January 1. with an entirely new stock,
Mr. Taylor offers his stock at greatly re
duced prices. Read hia ad. on this page.
Oysters at Exell & Math'a.
Go to Holbrook's, Davenport, for car
pets and silk curtains.
- Tenderloin, spare ribs, pig's feet, leaf
leard, etc., at Gilmore's park bouse.
Send your friends to Krell A Math'a
for a dish or can of fresh oysters.
Call and see the hand-carved bed room
suites at Holbrook's, Davenport.
Parlor suites and fancy chairs of every
description at Holbrook's, Davenport.
Ice cream always on hand and served
by the diBb all winter at Krell & Math'a.
anted Pastry conk at Rock Inland
bouse. Apply at once. C G. Gaver.
A handsome line of book cases and
cablneta juBt received at Holbrook's, Dav
enport. An elegant assortment of dining tables,
chairs and hat racks at Holbrook's, Dav
enport All those knowing themselves Indebted
to Geo. Barker will please call on him
and settle at hia new office in Buford
E. B. MtKowo stlls hard wood la
lengths, cat or split; soft coal, lump and
nut, corner Fifteenth street and First
avenue. Telephone 1188.
When yon want a nice dish of freoh
oysters step in to Krell & Math's and or
der them up in any atyle.
The Crown dining ball. No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish yoa
the best meal in tbe city for 85 oenu. A.
B- Johnson, proprietor.
Bear in mind we do not quit making he
cream when cold weather acta In. and yon
can get it in any quantity in tbe coldest
weather. Remember Krell A Math'a and
get the beak .
$50,000 to loan on real estaU security.
in sums of 900 aad op ward, at lowest
current rates or interest, without com
mission. E. W. Hurst, Attorney at
law, itocK island. - ,
P. B, 8MWAlOVtca,
Wt.ataainii.D. C Pac 4.
" Tor the next 84 bourn: Milder weather
and probably anow tonight
"The fiiwers that bloom In the sprirg
have nothing to do with the case." - Pa
naps 41 s the sadden changes la U a
-weather or it la neura'-la. No matur
boat that lost r a tottle of Eviration
Xi. ro txa. axi yora 1 1 ; -j.
Upetial December Meeting A. D,
Board met pursuant to adjournment.
Present, alt th members except Sapervia-
ors r ran, rearsaii and Schneider. Bo
pervisor Smith, chairman presiding.
Minutes of laat day's proceedings of tbe
September meeting read and approved.
On motion of Supervisor Barrall the com-
mauicaiion or tt. n. stone t Co. was
referred to the committee on miscella
neous claims. On motion the commanl-
catton oi T. J. Murphy was received and
placed on file.
On motion of Snper visor Carey the ac
tion of W. H. U. Dow, placing the four
tsoadiin children and tbe Sheaa ch Id la
tbe hands of the Iowa Educational and
Aid association waa approved by the
On motion the following amounts were
allowed to the following named persona
tor services at tbe November election,
1. Tilalmar Kohter. ctfmittr rlm-lr a k.Hk.
tirr that lb. following named perroM are attlled
to the ameunta mei Mimtt. tK.tr
aatnr. for sentce . Jade .nd darks of the
iiuo, una on me .ia aaj of November, A. 1,
JprForrta....ai5 80 Thorns. K.rr 1:1 80
iiiS'-j; -i. ,8 00-i TbioMGB.... a oo
WUltua Cook S OS F A Mailer S 00
Galley... JS Ml Joha Moody 16 fO
Ld McRobeit.... 00 W V O.raeti..... IS 1
William Moody... 5 00 J P McConaell.... SOU
v v Dwiwu iwrr cox sou
P "! IS w a W woodbare.... IS 0
5 Mania IS 00 C H Knmlle s Ol
t F Kendall a OO Kmanael M Feaaler S OS
. nT BTana.
i nnst p aibrecbt 15 00 Thoa MrCall .... IS
D A Malirkjr M 00 V V Trent S (10
LhnlaColfroT... 00 g H Boxer. S 0O
Lenlle Hf ana.... 15 10 WNlUm Sold IS Jl
Krauk Zlevler.... U (JO II K eehafer e 10
Kr.ok Tenmnaa.. Richard C Clark., a 00
a lillam Edrhnaa IS IS Aacartn. D Cox.. 14 40
J.ineM Cook.... IS 00 Henry Mchol...:. SOU
Hill K Cox a 00 John Hoar S 00
Edward Btoehr... 18 00 A L Jotnton 13 00
i. C Bysant 14 10 C Corbm S 00
T 8 Siltia, it S SO Aadrtw O'Brlta.. a Ml
J.me Behenehal 14 eo o p M. Cl.tr II 14
HaHAoini.... 11 Ml F K Bowler sou
Kdward Jtaarer.. S 00 John Ztegler...... (00
Jamas HaMa.... 18 AS liw a Crana a 00
JohnC Mewlan.. 13 OO Job. Wecki 8 0)
w V wuma S 00 William Bailey.... 10 00
Kel. Pftrwn.... 13 0 Henrv Pchnidrr.. 11 1
GeoOdefeM IS 40 Emll Rrimberk... S 0U
v g Theiio a oo l a P&iil a oo
Omt M Ford U L F Cralle IS 40
Frank E 8amnels IS 00 Andrew Andernoav a M
John H Muoller.. a 00 -doll Berber s UJ
John H J.iper ... 14 it Joha N Elmtedt.. IS 00
1 AH It ........ It 40 KobenH Manro... SOU
Clan Anderson.. . S 00 CbrWt Kiel S 00
R A Smith M 40 C : a mten IS 00
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N C Tyrr.ll is 00 R B Kvan. a OS
Joha Maaaea S 00 H Manallas . . 4 00
M O Miles is 40 Lool. Srer- IS 00
John Johnaoa IS au t red W Oook 00
J T Montgomery., a 00 Geo W Wood a ttt
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M W Battle. a 80 J M Trenamaa ... a OJ
M K Momn is oti Cunu B Knox n ia
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Ga Laaioot 4 OU John C Vonng .... a 00
AdamVoo S OO Wi liaa Uulct a OU
Frank Kavl r i. so a u Pmem n.i
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JamaaC egg a SU Joha Barton a U0
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M limn Xiubewa it OU J 11 Vudiii- a
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Joha A vTlleoa... 14 M H J Simmon IS (w
Joseph Allea .... IS IS R D MrCrary .... S U
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W F Startey IS 0U A F Haleatt 4 00
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H B Carpenter.. 11 00 N KherworMi a 10
A 11 Seaver S U0 F B larer a i
R 9 MontcoBMry. 14 ao htiiler is an
J K Eberhan 13 It James -Berlin a 00
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Al1! 1.'" Ira Vaademi.... is It
Chtfle. Wenka... IS 00 Charles Harea .... S 00
John Walton 00 ink tieemaa a it)
. aurrato raaiaia
NO Elliott ... IS 60 A M Little 13 It
Hhlllu Fnhr. Jr.. uo Adam - mi
Johns Bmner.... a OJ A J Whltner a U
Cba. K Splrkler. 1 iu John E Wrsy IS It
Joarph Bowgar.. 13 00 Joha A Miller.... a iw
u m. neiver.... a OU t'rauk FGiUeit.... Sou
BKBTITt AS COS-TABLta.
Ale Frasirr. Month Molina a no
James 8 Coa, Rao ds City 40
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1. 8 Pear-all SWWmRCaey a u
RA8ml- a 00 Jamea Haiwoa .... a 0U
Conrad Schue der S 00 Geo Lamont 1 ou
t m r.K.?7. 00 F,mk -sylot .... 3 IO
Joha A Wllaon.. S 0U 6 W Heath SOU
H II Montaxmary I US H Albert Holer . S OU
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JrDCT Forrytk.. S Jem Dalley.... t OS
H W Wood burn.. B UO Leelle Banna ..... B 00
L 8 Pear-all... . IQ0WK Carey 13 0U
KA bmllh 85 U0 James Haseoa .... BOO
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W F-o'.LL- 00 rn,nk 'Tlor a 00
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G Elliott s 00 Cbaa E epickler.. I ul
Jacob Adams.... a OU Saaiael F Cook.... a 00
wo motion tbe commnnlcati n of W.
H. H. Dow was received and placed on
On motion the communication of AU
bert Timberlake waa received and place 1
Supervisor Cralle moved that W. H.
LL Dow be appointed ate ward of tbe poor
farm for tbe ensuing year and that his
compensation be fixed at !,6o0 for the
year, and that he pay hia own help.
By request of Supervisors Barrall.
Browner and Forsyth, action was deterred
opon a Ud motion until tomorrow after
noon. Supervisor Cralle moved that the mat
ter of taking care of tbe family of Robert
Graham be left to tbe discretion of Super
Board adjourned nutil tomorrow mors
ng at 9 o'clock.
Blr. t rans atet tt all the Btaaar.
The Moline Dispatch has been devoting
considerable apace to a second denial of
the fact that Congreaaman-elect Cable
presented Cbaa. Cruttz. tbe Jefealed
democratic candidate for county clerk,
with a check for $50 after election la
view ot tbe latter, necessitated lose of
time by reason of sickness. Tne fact re
mains, however, that Mr. Cable did make
aocha presentation, aad If Mr. Cruets kaa
re peatedly denied rt, he has done ao be
cause Mr. Cable enjoined upon him not
to divulge tbe fact. .
If Tear Keaee is en rue
Yoa put water on the burning tlmbrra,
not on Ut smoke. And If yoa have
catarrh yon she old attack tbe disease la
tbe blood, not In tbe nose. Beaaove the
1st pare causa, and the local effect aub
eidea. To do this, take flood's Sareapa
rill, the great blood purifier, which radi
cally and prrmaneoUy cures catarrh. It
also strengthen tbe aervra. Be earn to
get only Hood's Beraaparllle.
Meaara. HUdehrandt a Weinberg,
who have purched the Rock Island loe
Crt outQt, began deUvsriog Ice Nuv.
Catarrh la not local bat a conatitu
tional disease, and requires a constitu
tional remedy Use Cood a aUMapaxSla to
t - car.
Mr. John Leagetrom. of Davenport,
has been engaged as salesman at Lloyd
ft Stewart's. '
Mr. Joeeoh Seharr. rr RtnMaiut
township. Mercer county, was a vislb
There were a few bam tne. n,i.
Ing laat evening, bat what there wet
- promise ot general saUtl action with
the new system.
Policeman Waa. O'aaa tt.. ...
polntee. entered opoa hla dntlea this
uiurainK. ae geta tee most desirable
dwbi ia ine aetaii. ui mmm4
Down In Peoria they aie getting In
readiness to formallv Inanvnrata th p.
nock storage electric aysira of street
The drat annual ball of Fleming ft
Co. 'a frnlt house boys occurs at Armory
hall Satnrday evening. Supper will be
Bad at the Crown dining ball.
Wanted Three rood man wK.
willing to start on fair salary, and have
salary inci eased aa they learn the boat-
HA A AA V x ny . .
"uuiia. - naruen, xto. BIS
Fourteenth-and a-hairairMt Rrwh
III. " "
MrS. J. II- UrflAtM. fM.-,J. t
this county, died at Orion Monday and
will be buried tomorrow morning. She
waa alaty years old aad a sister to Messrs.
w. J. Kerr, of this city, sod Thomas
Kerr, of Milan. Bha waa .fMii. k imA
by all who knew her.
Note amsl Slews.
An English company claims to have
succeeded in producing paier barrels
that compete favorabiv with trrl.
made of wood. The paper barrels are
used at present principally for the car
riage of gunpowder, mining fnsee,
frnita, flowers, molasses, paint, cement,
matches, chemicals, dye, nabeatoa, su
gar, site and extract of meat.
Southern Cultivator ia anthorifv -
the statement that finely powdered air
slacked lime freely doatnl on the walla
and floors of the poultry honse is the
beet preventive of roup, and better than
whitewash for diainfectipg the fmniaee.
It aho assists in drying the interior, by
absorbinir moistrire. and a lntnn nf lima
in the drinking water will alao be of ad-
Fruit STOwera are now calM
notice a quite distinct variety of qriiace
w hich nas oeen ennsteued 'the Fuller,
in honor of its disrovervr, Mr. A. 8. Ful
ler. The Fuller quince -in of large aiM
and gulden color. It is of n raxnliar
shape, having a rmall nck and gradn
allv eulnnrinar as the eve end ia twKi-i
ifto fall wide proportions. Tbe fleeh is
ania to iH3 renuer and well flavored.
The moat imrnrtant innnraHnn arm
old metboda in dairying tntrodaced the
paw year naa been tne practice of dilut
ing milk with one-third ita volume of
water, Mr trie purpose of raising the
cream in a few hour.
I offer my stack at greatly re-
inPaVfl rtTrt Saf a, tfvf. lia a eaw aV
w.uva a-a a-v a iui t UT3 U'TAl
on account of expense ia re
moving, and tbat I may Lave an
entire new stock in my new lo
cation, the first door east cf tbe
London Clothirg Co., bere I
will l.ave in a few days a fall
line or tne latest novelties for
C. C. TAYLOR.
Amending Sec. 14, Chapf 14 oi
the General Ordinance of the
City of Rock Island.
Mtku " c"at r '
frBCTi..n 1. Tbat arnica 14 of rb.ptrr Hni tne
4eneal Ordinance of Ik. H of kur l.lawA.
UeretntbefuUwinc: -Caawr a na4 y not wt
Twrai-a fK a4lars ht net of-
iasse4 Decaatber U lnW.
Attest: WILLIAM Mcv!(OCUI t.
! a-SBtas, M-eew
1 seal I city Clerk.
SU per eewi re4aeileaneiheneitm aare
a Sanleaaaa pnn Wa.wa.
ao. 1410. ia aat M14. TUr4 Ar.
la tne cheapen prace In rnacoanty ta bay Car
rucea, Buavtna, falnta, utia. eta.
Top Ban-tea .S7 1
opa suiim i.i.r.. wi !
The Little Jewel
IIAVE YOU SEEN IT !
If yon want a lamp or any kind. It
will pay yoa to see what I have. The
rsage la prion is from IS ceata op. aad
tha Variety aad atyle la Jaat as great.
Caiaa Aim OtAaa,
L!c;d & Stc-rt'c.
Xaar reeottar njobrta saake BaaaTs Sas
aa parti la strpcrtor to aa etntt itlilnsa
""'wa eomblaaUoa, soportan.
pitianuo. ot snrniTiiafs.
a.wv e oaraar'anus ajoaaras
tbe full etuatlra value ot the
aeat aaowa remedies. rV ml
tbe vrtetable klat-yOraem
rctiUar ta H Cnra'
and "naorny SftT S nar
aaparllU U 0lna anjy bmov
larm and aaaaito a.i
r- .mil we
fygtrira Urfer doera, aM 4eaot
idorw aa nu. - - n
- mw ainuei a.
rernllar In It. ... .i .
TT 1 . . "wwwa.
twiiwma mmnajuttttt cares btta
Huaoown, ana bas won lor Ms
the title of -Tbe rvateat blone
anruier ever alaeevereaV
rrranar la It s " rood 1
borne." tbcm t. a.
of Hood's tlaraarwrina
S f. JTtoM la
r a axarr uoea
paririta. SJ?JrrxXi ta ka
phet! jhw. AVbi .-a
abtsad. ". Ml
aruiaed sac b nara-
buity ta so abort a tana.
ana mai new tta peraurtty
ran&drnrfl araanw nil rliaaa
of BMitlUk aat ataelrff1w
Do not K- IltwJ . -
, . i-ici-aiaMan,
bot he sure to pt tlx rernHar Meatetaa,
aViMbyaerncaitta. fl;alxrorfl. rianmslsalf
by a I. HOOD CO, Aaothweanwa. LawwO, Mean,
IOO Doses One Dollar
AaaoBace tool mwi to
Advices reoaired from two of the
uJat cloak ananafaetarera are to the
rffec wi be pleased to fnrnlah
ns with all the
we anay need dariow the rrenaindar of the
aeaaon at the vary low trtoea made earlier.
win he made.
Thia glvoe as a dedded advanta
evfwaitnpetitora who are onyiag their
; -"af'rt'T hohsv. give,
sutiScaUoa cf an advaaca.
0 fn are made ef Walker's.
Salu aad Lrster.- pu,be, aj jood
wearers aad warranted.
Srversl Itaea ef lad ins' and t&OL-w 's
anderwsar jost opened at wonderfiTy
. lda wblto nofi eaarlno, rOnsMt
arsas bSc. RIr4wid drawen 19s.
LadkM' Katnral Wool Bertno. He.
2Cew aaaoilmeat Drras Goods joat
r'aord on sale In Aatrachaa aavd as-
Cenrl Dalra, tire eoft doth, SOoU.
KoaKh arrgea Joat wbat yon MCJ
for a etTlrsh dreaa.
La4 af the leaaoa.
Rock Island. Illinois.
CLEMANN & SALZtlANII,
Fiirniture and Carpet Dealers I
Have Uo largest ntabUahaaant West of Chleag.
D0NT FOUQET THE PLACE.
CLEr.lArJN & SALZUAfJfJ,
Not. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Noa. 121. 1M and 133 Sixteenth 8 n it,
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER,
Rumored to 219 tri-nteenth Street-
O M H
1-2. a J
. a o
J- e C-
as oo ct
HELLO, CENTRAL 7
KANN & HTJCKSTAEDT,
Xo. till and Itll ftaoond avaaaa.
tVa Uaaera la ow aa4 vrVw. as
OIL CLOTHS. SHADES, DRAPERY. Etc.
FOR WET WEATflEH.
TUcppertnLLla Boot Laa a
P-tat l'.r.tnc. wtich la Art;, tt
lid Watejproot, tiinerud in czi
a rr.ar.npr an ta r- v v..v. v, -,
Use Raven Ctoss Dretwisj. -backabaoiutajy
th. um u yrt T7ctcrprccf
caa, ciaci t o iujnfrt tbe Ualro.
Try a tuitle anJ tc ccniincaxl. ! an y ly
3?mo Boots end
t) rr i.tnae,