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THE ARQTJP. frATUUDA V , OCTOBER
3. 1891 a
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(!yp i larije allitions to tieir stock
jr. every dep'ftmcut.
ciMWlIe of a'.- kinds, including
Encyclopedeaa, Etc ,
f Eest Goods at Low Rates-
A. 0. HUESING.
E!jr""nts. amon other lme-trted ana well
cm P:re Insurance Companiei be following:
fcjV. binrance Company, of Eneland.
:ie'ter Fire Ins. Company of . Y.
fcii.o German Ina.Co., Buffalo, N. T.
Itucm German Ins. Co., Rochester, K. T.
teiens In. Co.. of Pittahnrh. P.
Ulot Ins. Co., of California.
SKir.tT Int. Co.. New Hivea, Conn.
I iwiut. Mechanics Ins. Co., Milwaukee. Wis
Srau. Tire Ins. Co., of Paoria, 111,
MoeCor, 18th St., and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
J. M. BUFORD,.
Ti o'l Fire 1T1i Tlma-trle Oompaalaa
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'Surety on Bonds.
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U). UEIiBKKSECdT. Agent.
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H0RST VOX KCECKRITZ.Pnarmacigi
cttiPno,,, A Specialty.
Ave. andTwentv-Thlrd St.
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A. J. KTONKtt M Tl
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STYLES FO ELDERLY LADIES.
How to Be Well Dreeaed, Though Middle
A fed and Even Obese.
When fig ires have lost their youth and
graceful lines, and silver threads appear
among the cresses, It is a mistake to adapt
styles designed for the young to those of
riper years. The best plan is to select from
among the fashions those which meet the
difficulty b-st, and to reconstruct on the
necessary grounds. Black is always safe,
but there are many colors which are be
coming to skins and colorings of middle
life. Most reds suit fair women as well as
a BECOMTN'O BOXXET.
brunettes puss their prime, but reseda and
greens trene-ally are only suited to the lat
ter. The J resent deep, full, grass green
now worn in velvet may safely be chosen
by almost nny complexion, and elderly
women shot. Id bear in mind that rich ma
terials are suited to them; that velvets,
plain and bi ocaded, silks of the best tex
ture, lend lignity to age, and that in
mantles as veil as dresses splendor of de
tail should i.ot be ignored.
Care must :e taken in choosing the pat
terns of the i aaterials worn by stout figures.
Horizontal lines must be most carefully
avoided; lot ? straight panels diminish the
apparent si. , and great care must be taken
in hanging t lie skirt, especially It it be a
plain one. Long shallow plaits ought to
be inserted at the back of the hips, and it
should be Managed that a few soft hori
zontal folds fall about a quarter of a yard
below the waist in front, disguising the
outlines of the figure. The present style
of cutting tie skirt on the cross is a help
in this class of dressmaking, but striped
materials must not be chosen, and on no
account must the fabric be fitted to the
waist without plaits, as now worn by young
people. The cross cut materials are gener
ally more ehistic
The best way of trimming a bodice is to
have either braces or long revers on either
side, narrowing at the waist, covering the
tront darts. A stripe down the center
hiding the fustenings is also good. Long
graceful lines must be chosen in the ar
rangement cf any drapery on the bodice.
and short sleeveless jackets are to be
avoided. Polonaises skillfully managed
diminish the apparent size.
The preset style of wearing chiffon on
the front f the
the charms of mid
dle age, and often
it is an advantage
to trim one side
and then carry
the folds across.
The waist frills of
lace now worn
can be used with
good effect i? they
are made to -nd at
the side and not
carried in front,
but it must be
borne in m nd if
the hips are big
be done to lessen
their api arent
size, and ai y ex
tra trirumkg on
the hips is calcu
lated to enlarge
the figure. For
tea gowns the
sleeves are desir- MANTLE IX BLACK LACE.
able. In mantles long sides prove to be a
great help to short, stout figures.
ltn bats and bonnets much must be
left to the individual. It is, however, ad
visable to di.' guise the nape of the neck aud
the lines which will come beneath the chin.
This will make it necessary for a bonnet to
be continued low dowu in the neck, and
strings made of black lace or chiffon should
be tied beneatn the chin. It is only quite
old ladies who will reconcile themselves to
wearing strings to caps, but the same re
sult may lie produced by encircling the
throat with soft diaphanous materials.
Middle age s iould abjure linen collars. In
the first cut is illustrated a bonnet which,
while quite dressy, is appropriate to middle
age. It is m.tde in drawu fawn crape with
jet bands; bl tck velvet tulips are placed in
front and at the side. The strings -are of
lace, as is the bow tied under the chin. In
the second cut is shown a stylish mantle
well suited to conceal undue embonpoint.
It is In black lace with a yoke of black
silk. The trimmings consist of jet passa-
A commendable tendency to lighten the
weight of wool fabrics is noticeable in
early importations of autumn and winter
dress goods. The warm, rich look is re
tained by ribs or cords, by crape or fleecy
finish, but the stuffs generally are more
lightly woven, their pure wool insuring
sufficient wai-mth for the coldest weather.
Another obvious tendency is toward light
hades of color, of beige, gray, pearl aud
coral, and it is said white cloth dresses will
be worn all v inter. For walking dresses,
however, the Paris modistes are selecting
dark chataigue or chestnut brown cloths.
various chrytantneniumsnauesoi purpusu
red and crav blue, dark mouse color, green
of both olive and emerald hues, and also
black woolen a nlaided With purplish red,
or striped or marbled with green, helio
trope, pommt d'or or porcelain blue. Plain
colors remain, as always, the safest choice
both for ser -ice and refined effect, but
figured good abound in pastilles, in V
tripes, in crossbars and in marbled de
signs. Harper's Bazar.
Ptach ice cream at Erell & Math's.
Lemon ice cream at Krell fc Math s.
Good barber wanted; bring reference;
806 Toird avenue. Moline.
Peach ice cream made from fresh ripe
peaches at Erell & Math's.
Chocolate, vanilla and peach ice cream
and lemon ice at Erell & Math's.
The finest and sweetest line of French
candies just received at Erell & Math's.
The deepening of the log way at the
lumber company's B mill has been fin
ished and the mill will start again Mon
For Rent One block from the Rock
Island line, a grocery and butcher shop
combined; good cellar aud four firet-class
rooms, if wanted; also barn. Enquire
at this office.
VYaa All ttiglit.
Father I say, Fred, why don't you
make love to that pretty Miss St. Cyr?
Son I don't like her, papa. She sai 1
I was green, don't you know.
Father (commiseratingly) Well, well,
my boy, you can't say she was color
blind, can you? Truth.
DeWilkens No, Miss Tomkins, I am
afraid you won't see much of me, be
cause, yon see, I am tip to my ears in
Miss Tomkins Oh, I am sure we can
still see a gTeat deal of you then. Life,
Not Good at Goeaainr.
Miss Passee (sweetly) Do you thiuk
yon could guess my age?
Mr. Goodf ello (honestly) rm not good
at guessing rea. I couldn't come within
forty years of it. Ne7 York Weekly.
i. xtigm' Attaclt.
If you listen at night you will come toi
the conclusion that a great many cricket1
matches are played after dark. Mar
tha's Vineyard Herald.
How to Prevent Rain.
The best way to prevent rain is to get
everything ready to plant turnips. Gal
A matter of choice: whether to suffer,
uninterruptedly with a cough or to in
vest 25 cents for Dr. Bull's Ough Syrup
and cure it.
J- E- Montrose, Manager.
Wednesday Eve., Oct. 7th.
First production in Rock Island of McEee
Rankin's beautiful Artist e Drama
In five acts.
Introducing the well
known and accom
Miss Blanche Mortimer,
and the Sterling Young
Mr, Andrew Robsan.
PRICES S5, 6C, 75 and S1.00. SeaU on sale
at Harper Bouse Pharmacy.
Burtis Opera House,
Now for a Good Laugh!
It's Funny, very, ery Fanny.
MONDAY EVE., OCT. 5th.
The Only and Original
Fowler & Warmington Co.,
And their play th it has made all audien
( has. J. Hanen, Tom Martin,
John C. Leath, A'fa Perry.
Dolly 1 hornton and Lida Wells.
The Loudest Laugh of the Season
Prices-fl 00, 75, 50 and 5 cents. Sea.s at
Flnke's. Telephone SO.
Burtis Opera House,
THE SEASON'S ATTRACTION!
TUESDAY EVE., OCr. 6.
Previons to Ilia Tonr of the World, the Great
Snpported by MIS SELENA FETTER and his
own Company, under the direction of Mr. n.
Wilkison. In D'Ennery's magnificent romance,
DON CJE8AB DEBAZAN.
What Strance Fantastic Fellow Bave We
Heret" As prexeuted by Mr. Salvini during the
faraons MX wees n,ngaemeni at ine urana
Oj.era House, Bt aton, and 'he recent Memorable
Engagement at the Auditorium Chicago.
Sale of seats opens Saturday at Fluke's. Prices
$1.45, 1, 75, 50, and i5.
APOLLO WAS A PERFECT MAN.
PERFECT IN FORM I-MATCHIESS IN WAR I
be Muuoua nn tb .osi.au or rl mm ui.c
pun? bojul btrtb wcr put to lU.ib.
Enry MAN on b. 8TE0NO
and VIGOKOUB is all n.jwcti.
YOUNG MEN OR OLD,
tnffering from NERVOUS DE
BILITY, Loit or FaUing Mm
tiood. Fbraicftl Ezeeuu, Mental
Worrr. Btuntad Development, or
My PERSONAL WEAKNESS, ctvn b
rtortd to PERFECT HEALTH and
th NOBLE VITALITY of BTROMO
MEN, th Prido and Powor of Nations.
We claim by years of practice by
our exclusive method a uniform
monopoly of SUCCESS lo treat
ing an duum, Wa&iieuu aDd
Afflictions of Men. Testimonials
from 60 States and Territories.
Alin ijpii Oft ft If he Mm free, sealed, pont
UUK NW BUUlV paid, for a limited time. 01
Kwhtloyonean. Pall Explanations for HOME TREAT
MENT. Ton ean bo POLLY RESTORED as Taoasaads
bavobosn bras, mmow testimonials. Addrossatoi
ERIE MEDICAL CO. BUFFALO. N
-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, Boys1 and Children's Clothing
To be Bought for
115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT, IA.
Carse & Co.,
The acknowledged leaders in
Now invite the public to inspect their new
fall stock, which is COMPLETE in all
departments. A CALF LINED shoe
for mens wear, and our
Boys' and Youths' Waterproof Shoes
are worthy of special notice.
Leading styles, large variety and low prices
prevail in all departments.
CARSE & CO.
1622 Second Avenue
Imnarts 9. hntli;MH.rmn)pftren.y the skin. Pa-
moves U pimples, fivklf aimI di -coloration. For
sale by al flrst-clafia dnitft t., or waiiud lor 60 ota-
tn stamps oy
aSf V fg 9-ar aaai S Be kU.
..V fonnd OA
die GEO. P.
KcwaPApn Asnamiss Bnasao (10 Bprua
r Beat), vfcen aamr
t siMi eontnet vay
J. T. T3IXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue
t mad Sat It IA