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THIS ABQUB. THUKSDAY, 8EPTEM15 . K 3 1891.
Solid Oak, size 22x22, Polish Top Parlor Tables, for
only $150 each. Regular price $3.00.
More of those elegant Antique Bedroom Suits
$14.00, worth $13.00.
All wool Ingrain Carpets, new patterns, only 60 cents
a yard, worth 75 cents.
And scores of other twaim? in Pnr!or Suits, Ward
Robes, Side Boards. Stoves, Oil Cloths, Cur
tains, Rugs, Easy Chairs and Rockers.
CASH OR CREDIT, AT CASH PRICES.
CHAS. A. MECK,
Telephone 421. 322 Brady Street, Davenport, la.
W cloee at 6:30 except Satan ay evenings.
LABOR DAY IN MO LINE
AND GAS FITTER.
AST) BKAXXB IS
Wrought and Cast Iron and Lead Pipe
Hose, Packing, Sewer and Brain Tile.
O.-,..--. r 3 fl - V 1
teTBest work at f&ir prices. Estimates furnished.
Office and shop 219 18th St. Telephone 1189.
CHA8. W. YERBURY, Manager, flfc flj
ntCORPORATXD TUTORS TH3 PTATS LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROOK ISLAND, ILL.,
Opra tail; horn f a. m. to 4 p. m, and Saturday evenings froa T to 8 o'clock.
Five per cent Interest paid on Deposits. Monev loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
B. P. KKTNOLDd. Proa. C. DKSKMASN, Vlce-Prea. t. K. BUTOBD, Cashier.
B macro as:
T. L. Kttehall. V P. Reynolds, P. C. Denkmann. John Crabaorb. H. P. Hnll.
PhUfltchell, L. Bltnom, X. W. Hnnt, J. M. Buford.
Jacasoa Bubst, SoHeitna.
tBTWill hrefa anstaats July g, l0, and will occupy ot ntteg reoa wttn Mitchell Lynda
mm new bani it ssmtJetcd-
J. B. ZIMMER,
THE WELL KNOWN
Stab Block, Opposite Haepkb Hotjsx.
has pnrebased for ths
Fall and Winter of 1891-2,
A larger and Boer stock than evar. These rood will arrire in a f ew days. Wait and aee them
Manufacturer of all klndi of
BOOTS AND 8HOES
Seats' Fine Shoe a specialty. Repairing done neatly and promptly.
A share of y our patronage aespectf ally solicited.
1618 Sectnd Ayenne. Roek Island. IS.
(pen for the Season,
(molikk avenue) , Joe Ruber's Garden,
A magnificent place for picnics, parties, etc.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Shop corner Twenty-seeond street and Ninth a renae. Residence 2935
fWlt prepared to make estimalKS and do all kinds of Oar entr work. Give him a trial.
aaroas anas uawo.
the wonderful remedy
1 . lUllfl with & wplt.
Bwrxii to cure nu rrrT uib aineaaea, soen as wen Memory,
LuMOf Brain Power, Readacbe. Wakefulness. Lost Manhood. NlebtlT Km!,
ions. Nerronne, Lawitode. all dra os and Iom of Dower of the Gcmnum
I dh of tobacco, opium or scimulants bkrh soon lead to Infirmity. Comump
3ton and Innantty. Fut up oonventen-. to carry in vept pocket, ajtperpars.
' aire by mail; 6 for IS. Wtib eTerygjotlerwe five a written guarantee to curt
or rejuna im money, virouiar iree. At areas acrr aeee v., .aaec ail.
ale in Rock island by Harts & Bahnsen. 3d Are. and 20th street
The BsisHaU r ike Day the
Order if March The Chief Ad.
At the first meeting of the LaW dsy
paTade committee in Moline, J. M. Hart,
sell was appointed marshal of "the day,
wl tbe ei'.!t are: Gs WiUon. 6.
8Tfitb, Anlrew S. to.r. H. F. Lot.f, C
Fink and T. I. Stanley. Id addition to
these there will be the maishals and aides
with the Davenport and Rock Island del
Tbe following order of mtrch. which
is subject to change, ws then drawn up:
City courr.il aiitl (.tk. rn In carries.
Kock Ivland delrgatiou.
Light Gnard tuiud,
Svea Male cVoir.
Moline fire lei artinent and apparatus.
lmleprnlt-nt tire companies.
Civic socict -s.
Moline contrac or?.
Otv mixed labor and lioau.
Floair, wagnurt, ftc.
The otginizod labor will cossUt of
Iron Mo'.derV union N t. 287. TypoRrsph
ical uni". Ni. 107, Cigarmakirs' union,
Germ.m Ail ociety. Carpentero' union,
No. 762. and the Brotherhood ot Ma
chinery Molders, e-ich of whith has a
r...r,it-i;nl'fii io tlu yeut-rnl L'oiuuiiUre.
The printers' aB.l oiHrmagers' unions
which are twin oily orKamziliotis. will
form with the Mulioe delegation. The
unorsjan z d Ubor will be tbe representa
tives from the shops in Holine. The
Davenport ed R'tck Island deWgtions
will C0Qc.it of about the tame aa LLe
Moline portion, and thus it will be seen
that nn immense purtde will be brougVt
Wh.-.-. h t'etTlun? frf-m thi-t city
and Davenport arrive in Moline they will
form on Fifth avenu, and the Moline
portion will form on the side streets, and
fall into line as the procession reaches
the streets upon which the different bod
ies are located. Toe fl ts aad wagons
of the three cities which ar not accom
panied by men in line will follow in the
rear of the procession. Tn arches will
probably be built, one at Sixteenth ulreet
and Third avenue, the other at Set ens
tee nth street and Third svenu.-.
W. II. Kltver, general president of the
United BrotherhooJ of Carpenters and
Joiners of Americi, who is to be one of
the prominent speakers of tbe dsy,
writes lnt he desires to be the last 8 wat
er of the day. 8 be will probably dwell
on the t-ijht honr ij;i(on the benefits
acrrmnfr therefrom, and the legality of
the cifbt hour workday.
TteUte Alfred taittnaer.
The Geceseo News has the fallowing
obituary notice of the late Alfred Skinner
of that city, granison of f'orter Skinner
of this city, whose funeral occurred from
Trinity church of this city last Sunday
"Alfred Whitmore Skinner died at the
heme of his parents, Mr. and Mr. C. W.
Skinner, in this city, at 2 o'clock on Fri
day mornine. Aug. 28. aged 19 years. 2
month and 18 days. Deceased was born
in Rock Island on June 10, 1872. and
came to this city with bis parents when
but six years of age. Tbe cause of bis
death was quick consumption. In 18S9
he entered St. John's Academy at Del i
field. Wis., from which school be gradu
ated last June itu high honors. While
in attendance at the academy he held
three przes, holding two of them two
consecutive years, as fo low: the
Algebra melal in '89 and 90: the
Oratory medal in '90 and '91; and the
Ltelafleld Cross, awarded to the mest
worthy student in 90. Funeral services
were held at bis late home in this city at
5 o'clock Saturday afternoon. Rev. O H.
Itogersof tbe First Congregational church
officiating, and tbe remains were taken to
Rock Island, where Rev. Dr. Sweet con
ducted fuDt-ral services at 2 o'clock on
Sunday The remains were interred in
tbe family lot in tbe Rock Island cemetery.
Allie was a bright, honorable and
trustworthy young man, and possessed
that personal magnitude which dre
friend 8 around him wherever be happened
to be. He was a favori'e at home,
school and among bis associates. Tbe
grief-stricken parents and brothers have
the heartfelt sympathy ot the entire com
mnnity in this their hour of great trial
Hams the Sysislieatr.
Through his attorney J. L. Haas, Gen .
W. A. Scbmitt catered suit in tbe circuit
court to the January term yeste.diy for
$2,000 damages against tbe Davenport &
Rock Island Railway company. A week
ago tonight Gen. Scbmitt was put off a
car at Molioe avenue by Conductor Bul
len. Gen. Smith claims the act was
one of pure malice on the part of the
conductor. The lattcr's position is that
when Gen. Schmitt had not only refused
to pay hts fare because it was not a
through car, but persisted in smoking on
the car despite tbe fact that he had
warned him to ceae and given ample
notice thai he wojld put hint off if he
did not comply with tbe regulations.
Wattia 'r Water.
The J. W. Masser came down a week
ago Sunday aith eight lumber ladtn
barges destined for St. Lou if . Four of
the barges passed tbe sand bar below
Dubuque but the otter four are on this
side. Capt. Dohod says he will not try
to get ibfcut autos until the river rises as
they conldn t piss tbe Rock Island rapids
anvbow in tbia state of water. He leaves
with tbe Muaser today for S'illwater to
get a raft and by tbe t me tae raft sets to
St. Louis tbe water may be high enough
to admit of floating tbe barges over the
bar. In the operation of getting them
over the bar some of -tbe barges were
badly used up aod calkers are now at
wore on them. Dubuque Telegraph.
A1 Areoiisu f a Xtekaaae.
Clerk Gettemy, of Abe Lincoln camp,
M. W. A . of Moline, baa nceived from
Head Clerk Hes. at Fallon, an otdr
on the heal banker of the order for
t3,000 payable to Mrs. Theckla R-idine,-the
wWo a- of the late J hn Rodin, who
was a member of ibis camp. After the
proof of de-tb bd bor's received frctn
Nebr.?k, it was f uni the name f the
beneficiary, a it appeared, waa "Theck
la" Rodioe, while the certificate was
made payable to "Tulie" Rodine It
was doubtful if tb insurance could be
secured, and an affidavit from Messrs.
Charles Bowman and Peter E 1 wall, show
ing that the two names belonged to one
and tbe same pers3n. was first secured
Tillie, it seems, was tbe nickname given
her, and used in tbe policy. In securing
all the papers but 23 dtya were con
sum d. Now she receives her 2 000.
COIWTV HI ILUIXU.
Sept. 1 Heirs of T. J. Rodman to
Adolph Grenenper, lot 6. block 2, Geo.
Rodman's addition to Kock Tslard. $7UO.
Nels Peterson to Innr Peterson, d
lot 7, block 13. Chicago addition. Rock
H Jane Howard to James Bergert, let
39. flrft addition to E 'gewood park Rock
Island, 6. 17, lw, 5250
Andrew Q Kurtston to Jobn G Carius,
tract hv metes and bounds, ne . 16, 17. 1
Edward Greim to Carl J C i. Blom,
lot 3, block 1, Greim's first addition, Mo
2. Guardianship of miner heirs of
Abraham S Watson. Letters of guar
dianship issued to James H Allsbrow.
Bond filed and approved.
E. E. Parmenter, attorney at law.
Makes collections, loans money and will
attend to any legal business intrusted to
him. Office, postofflce block, Rock Isl
and, Ills. ds&wl
Wbat is more attractive than a pretty
face with a fresh, bright comp'exioaf For
it. use Pozaoni's Powder.
MISS KATE BYRNES.
Laces, Veilings, Gi'.t Trimmings
Jet and Gilt Ornaments,
1709 Second avenue.
J. S. Darrah,
The Hustling Twelfth Street
Is provided with every
thing good to eat for
a Sunday Dinner
All kinds of Cheese
Limburg, Brick and Green,
And everything good in homr
- crown vegetables
A fine assortment of coffees and
Fine French sardines, best
Genuine imported - Lucca oil
from Leghorn, Italy
Potted ham in cans.
Potted ox tongue in cans.
Fine canned Oregon salmon.
just the thing for cold lunch.
Armour and Gilmore ham.
Extra family breakfast bacon.
Fresh laid eggs.
Dried beef in hunks for slicing.
Armour extract bef.
Canned corn beef.
Spring chickens dressed to
YOUR TRADE IS SOLICITED
J. S. DARRAH,
T. Io... "YT
Ne'i . Mi -jn., or the' n?" Ttf. (V
L- mon ice cream at Kr II & Mate's.
Peach icecream tt Kell & Matn'-.
Music at Spring Cove ever? at-crnooi.
Peach ic." cream made from fitsn rr t
peacbis at Krell & lHib'.
Wanted Furnished room by a young
eeu'leman iujjprivate boo. Adilr-ss at
or.rc, "H. A.'r.jrc Pailv Abhus.
f'Mrls i.e cretin takes the leid and
Kri.Il & M ith take the lea 1 in t'iram nn
tbe fine-t, otire t and let in 'he three
ci'ies. Trc iln ni wben jou want tome
thing nice in cream.
Lots for Sai
In Huher& Peeti' addition ! the city of
Kock Island, beiDg tbe Ute Bailey Dv
eti port's hnmrsteHd, nic-ly and centrally
located, within five Mocks of the post
office. Title perftct. I'etms libeial
For pariculara apply to the uorfersifn-r!
at tbe People's National bank or o the
prrmises. John- Pektz.
Pnb ic Demand.
Smoke Public Demand cigr. Strictly
band made, long Uavanna Qlier; five cen's
I enn recoremend fciy' Cream Ba'm to
alj sufferr-rs from drv catarrh from per
sonal experience. Michael Herr, Phar
29 lhu .
low r.. . . J l,n but
" ... ,Ui, inn 4 u
;ent for ticket, ov-r'tht iv '"J
to ail tbe eta.., hbnJ b'
f.Pers superior .(,. ?. """''"M J1
Limit on ii, (,,.-, 3-i.t.C'p,,.
arttlress ,. fc u);i..
P.m. Agt c-entr, j,,,.;.
cago. v Rj.,1
"UU,OT" ieteived i Krii i
Boiizbt and s,;d f, ra.i .
sdvlhi4 o- B
A. R. CHISHOLM &
i bk -adw ay J ; ''
and School of Phonography,
ROCK.ISLAND, ILL. -t-
C) ff OTa iinctifrnaciorl fnntllrto3 . , -r.Mfl tvA, r, ,1 . 1.
qualify t!i?mseU es for busineea pursuits. Our Btuiiics Traininj I C
pares for accurnte accountantship and the intelligent dihnrce of cr
Iertaing to business. The course in Shorthand and T.vp-rritii:r..
verbatim reporting or office 'work. Students wh pursue tL'Ve r-
have the privilege of taking one subject in the collocate course, s
Students LjLnts0 7
mar enter at any time. For eleeaat T7u ''S. J .
catalogue or further information yyS'
riiii l1 turT Txm tit a r Air
THE MOLINE WAGON
llaniilactiirers ol FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WlB
tsfl aaAockmplm UmW PlaATTORM Bd otter ag wom, mctmll7
WsMim trd,of nyrinr vorltmsuhtp ad Lm: riuhm4 Wtc UM tm
DAVIS & CO,
A complete etotl: of
Pipe, Brass Goods, Vxi
Hose, Fire Brick. Etc
Sale Agents for
nPAM 5TFAM PUVJPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICAW
We gaaraotea every one parfect. sbi
Twenty day's trial, to rwpoftrtl"
' Heating Doiiers ana
furnishing and Isjine tt&Kr, v
- . .w. PMMenceTelfP"'
a oiouuuc a
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
Proprietor of the Brady Street
HS O JS IE 1R
All kinds of Cut Flowers constantly on tJ.
Oreen Hoases- F1'""J "Tj.,..! Di'S
One block north of Central Park, tke larsest in la. M r
B. F. DeGEAR, 1 ,
contractor ana hlJ
vrmce ana onop tjorner oeventeenu bu . j IvOt' -and
BaV-JLll kln!s or carpenter work a specialty. Plans and satimatas for S3 B
faralahad aa appUeaboa.