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irjii.l auJ ilyrile acuue, Broolt.
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Best Goods at Low Rates-
-ieJtanJSo'.d forCah or on Margin
i ,wJrfc SJn ''"I'eo. lBil-"llph:o-
'-nueni stocks aad Bona, a acialty.
A H. CH1SH0LM & CO..
, '..BKIADWAV, VK YORK.
.UD.ied ISTh J Setd fur circular.
' M'RAV E.
A. D. HUESirG
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--i.-a.ance Companiea he following:
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H?o WW ,H-,v-
"i I8LAKD. ILL.
J- M. BUFORD.
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C . ;V tl'CToTr Tri Ia "J "I" I
f !?. l. .itiL i ""'"llr pur.
2 Mary Flaherty to Solomon W
urrjey. lot 4. block 3. Reynold, (600.
nu jesne Heal t to Mary A
i., iui , oiock a. ueaij-s first addi.
. Mohne. R35fi.
Oodfrey Tui.ah to ChrtHlsan Hammer-
., hwi iiy uk'mb ana Deaodn g'i
2 w. 180 v- '
moa 1K-X.tr. 1 .i 2. !..,. s' ..:. .
llt'on. Rick I Jam? .
3 Fred Pell to E R. Hopkins, lot 6,
vron. 25. 19. 1 e. Sfi(K
Francis M Sinuet to Georee Wilkrr
, uiulu t, ainneis second add.tion
ck llapd. S300.
M A Rodman to Williim E Nichols, lot
I. block 4. Rodman on h Hioiair, d w
Henry 0 ScLafer to A Ziunnerman. u 40
., ii.v i, imu'-.k oj, u:ca?o addition to
ck kland. f 300.
David Crami:r to August B om. tract
nier.tg aaa ooumis, swl 12 17 w
Orittt Andeirton to Oniric un.i...
., i t .T,.I.f-t
u m, n a;2 ftet, out lot A. Child's soc
io ultiuiou, iioiine, l,2o0.
3-E,Ute of El war J II. ScifLrt.
aims allowed. A.jmims'.riti.r' rennet
Estate of John W.Onnrrl
ventory filed abd approved.
tjiiuruiiins; iji of miuor Leirsof William
H. C;r&tr. G.iardiau's rtpuri ti;td atd
LICI N?KD TO VTT.D
2S-Peur B. Wcsburrf. Aaoie M.
SwansoD, Rock Island.
20 JtE.r; Welchur. Atchison, Iwa.
Amelia Andrews. Davenport, Iowa;
uui'.ij J iiiuji u, il'.tuu oib.-t., kionui.;
John R. Hewitt, Onye V. Sterns. Mo
line; Wi.iiacj J. Eobb, Huek Inland, AN
ice (leicits. Dtatur.
1 Eiiaha U. Wilson. Louisa D. Hart
rung. Hampton; August Leight.
HauiDtoo. Susau 'Winron. Valley
City; Ejwaiu Buraquist, Aanie
M Kuttlnr, Mulinc; Joscpii Flcminiag,
R-iea Pirr. M.vine.
Frank H. 1'ansey, Matreie Mulligan,
Dewitt; Ira DeTaege, Julia'Matthy, Mo-lice.
Cordova. Si pt. 2 William Nelson
and wife, of Anita, Iowa, and Abnsr
Ntlfon and wiln, of Oencseo, we visitin"
tbeir brother and sister, Pailhp Wilsn
H. O. Horton. of LeClaire, was visitine
W. U. Chase of Detroit, paid Cor
dova a visit on AVrlneHiUy
Rev. Colwell f the Biptist church Las
decided to say another year.
Ralpn Webster leaves our quiet retreat
to take charge cf a school near Edging
James Gag, Jr., expects to jro eoutk
oor bai" revc-red from kie Utc ill
ness. Onarles Rich, of Princeton, Iowa, is
ehippins grain ia large qaantiiies fioui
Charlts We! i. of Rockferd, was in the
village on Wednesday, shaking hands
W. C. Fleaney can safely be classed as
au expert nslitriuan, caicuing lige uuiu
bers every day .
Mrs. C. B. Marshall an I little boy have
been visitine relatives and friends here
the past week.
Itc tun: of tl e U?cauicg uTiacltine ia
very pleasant m jsic to the e&rs cf the
It is 'ppord that Cipt. John Hugr
meh will move in the house of W. D.
Webeter this fall.
Our local sports are anxiously awaiting
the end of the close season for prairie
chickens and ducks.
Ve insciaiaul tnat W. D. Webster
and family will move to Hock Island
some time next month.
A. W. Mullcry. of the firm of Heaney
ov Mullery, has been doing some fine sign
painting the pas; few days.
It is understood Rey. Fawcett of the
M. E. church is about to be transferred
le tome other charge.
The board of town auditors met and
eudite4 bills that were presented. TiiO
library bonsd failed to make report.
Ira Mania, srn of ex 8 i lerintendent
David Mar in, is acting acut for the
Milwaukee tt- this i.iace for a short time.
Paris Whiting of this plac- lost a valu
able horse on Tuesday (rum spasmodic
colic. Paris bag the sympathy of the
community as he is. a poor man and can
ill afford Buch a loss.
Our public school opened for the fall
term on Sept. 1 with quite a good atten
dance. The grtdipg of thd acholars no
neasitp.tps urcbmiirjj of new b ofes by
most all the pat-ons. And we venture
the remark if tl.e election for members
of the legislature was held on or after the
middle of Bepten ber an issue would be
made for the furnisbinc of school text
books by the sUite, as it is the belief of
meB of all shades of political opinios that
the school book octopus should be throt
tled by the state.
Hilllbdalk, Sept. 2. Oats, 2G cents;
Mrs. Carter left for her home ia Kansas
Miss Edith Durbin returned from his
visit to Indiana h.st evening.
Miss Wreath li prostrated by an at
tack of nervous prostration.
James Firstis shipping his walnut lum
ber which he has been purchasing the past
Hillsdale school commences Monday.
The school at Enterprise opened laat
Last Thursday John Fitzgibbon re
ceived a mesafre from Jacksonville stal
ing thatT. B. O'Donnell died this morn
ing of appoplexy. The remains arrived
Friday evening, ivnd were taken to the
residence of his brother-in-law, J. Fitz
gibbons, from which place the funeral oc
curred with interment at Rapids City,
Saturday. Deceased was born in CouBty
Claie. Ireland, Dvember 25, 1848, came
to this county in June 1865. He resided
at vaiious places and in 1887 he took up
his permanant abode in Hillsdale, pur
chasing several hundred acres of land to
which he gave his personal attention until
his removal to E gin for insanity, which
was caused by excessive heat. As a
citizen he was a c redit to the community
with good gusitess qualifications. He
had many friends.
Coal Valley. Sept. 2. After the ball
game was finished it was found to have
resulted in favor of the large boys by a
score of 20 to 13 At 10 o'clock p. m.,
Hon. W. W. Warner was introduced,
and made an interesting address. Dur
ing the delivery of the speech there was
gathered quite a crowd. It was well
taken generally. After that the pigeon
sli'MjlifcK c-iriUj-i-pfc'. i.m.1 ii w jum; in
rflrjciije. W. imu.ii, oi Iick xiawa
townahlp, took firt money. The crowd
vris largo, many people coming from a
u iUiiiix-. Iw'.. I.!i.i iioiiic wlIu
well represented. The greater number
were from Cable, as one-third of its in-,
habitants formerly liyed here. Dur
ia the eTei.iE3 the dancing
pavilion was well represented. The
riVflix Ktt PiS.i, Vr w .CJ ppp-l-p-l
by the participants; order was good. By
9 o'clock p. m. the crowd had augmented
to vast Lumbers. There was a horsa rsce
on the road running by the school bouse,
between H. Hanpt's mere and Isc
Bailey's pony. Tlie former came out
ahead The priza was $10. Wednesday
mfrning the dnc;ng continued Ul 1
The interest ws greater last niebt than
it bad been before. This forenoon was
not very interesting. There was a ball
game, the larger bovs against the
Ttnlirr Thp fo-Tier r.sme out abpjid.
There will be shooting this afternoon.
People do not attend to any extent till
siltr dinucr. Tins picnic m far has been
jaiui a snctcss, acd we hoje it will he till
its terminR'inn .
Save yoor 8 and trade at the London
Exclamations of surprise at the im
mr rgr stork r.&d low x.risrs are fcearj
Xroat every natron of the boys' depart
Kent al Ihii L jndon.
I can recomrcen-l Ely Cream Balm to
all stilferers from dry catarrh from per
sonal experi; rcc Michael Ecrr, Pum
The London Clothing Company is an
economical trade centre. .
Blck Cnaaaebe and teliero all the trembles fsaf.
clout to a bilioua auteof the system, euah aM
Irlzziaasa, ITausco, Urcvciucss. L'itreaa after
eating. Pain in the Bide, &c While tbelr xnost
IreaauxlkaHa aurceaa baa beuu ahuwn iu cmllifl
HtmdttCtie, ei CfcfaA"t xutuo avor Tills art
fi."!11' valiiMvvfi OoroHrv.tioTi.ciirirear pr
Vuuticg tuiflauDoyk.pcompluat,wiiUo tiiey tUao
cyrrect all disordered tuBt-jia('k jitimnUte tbty
JiTtsr and regulate the bowels. veni the j only
ujbr from thiadiHtret3fUDcoinphunt; bntforto
vaftaly their gnodnuoa doem uoeud hertftjuid thoas
Vhocncotry them xrillfind thonc little pi'lsTola
ric lo bo ciaay wars thai tfj will not bo wii
ko do Without titem. Bat after aUatcklteat,
afiia kaca of no many Uvea that here la where
fVcuaLaourniiLatbuaat. Osr jlua cure it vhila
Cthera do not. .
Carter'a Little Uver Pma are very smalt and
Very eaay to take. One or two pilla make a doae.
Tany are atriotly vepetable and do s gripe or
purge, bat by tueir gentle acuoa please all who
naetaem. Ia vulaat 25 cen ta : flvafortX Sold
by drugfiiata averjulicro, or boat Ly mail.
CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York.
SMALL FIIL SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE
: Shirt Factory :
"We are now prepared to take
your measure and make
GUARANTEED. Prices aa Low as the Lonest.
Also all kindi of
109 Second Avenne, Rock Island.
Over Looaley'fl Croakery store.
c. o. r.
AL Laandry Work done on short notice.
A specialty of Dress Skirts.
Prices as Low as the Lowest.
-HAS DECIDED TO SELL OUT HIS-
On that Account Our whole Stock of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Has to be Disposed of
AT ANY PRICE.
Worth of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing
To be Bought for
115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT, IA.
School Days Are Now upon Us!
CARSE & CO.
Have received the most complete and solid
line of School Shoes that has ever been
seen in Rock Island.
THEY ARE SOLID LEATHER.
No Shoddy. Price in reach of every Person.
We know what hard usage a child gives a Shoe.
We have tried to meet the demand for a o-ood
Prices to suit every person.
CARSE & CO
1622 Second Avenue
t v a w iai ar v
asW Imtiartu a trUiiiit trajiewaren. y to Hi (kin. Ro
I more all pimple. frecklM and dicttsoratitMia For
9 rale by an nrc(r-ctMaruirirr"w, or niauea la-ovea.
In atampa by
.ay ja lesnd en.
Hie - vavj. r.
a Boaaav (10 flnaoou
J. T. DIXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue