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How Mars? is Getting Even
Wfth Senator Berry.
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Sl-ile Pencils, Ink,
Paper Tablets, Satchels,
Straps, Baskets, Pencil Boxes
Kuiers, and everything
necessary for School.
School Supplies at
C. C. TAYLOR'S,
1717 Second Ave.
urtis Opera House,
sTabTAY.Oct. 8th & 9th.
Engigexnett of the DistinguUhrd Artiste.
Mr. Bore Davidson
at.d Misd It a his Austen,
Dangers ofa G-reat City
A Story of New York Life.
A Drttma of Puii'y, Strcstb. Heart Stir
ring and Thril'ire situations.
FREE! To the Ladies. FREE!
A b:autifal Photosrraph of Miss Ramie AuMcn
will be hamli;d to every lady npo j eDtcring the
Hrices. Sl.'O. 73. V) and i5c; seats at Fluke'e
and Thomas' drui'gtore.
8:Uinday. October 8tb, wo will reduce
prices on pitchers of all kinds, and on
sugar and cream sets.
One line of glass cream pitchers will be
put at 3 cents e&cb; but the averaze on
pitchers of all kinds will be one-fourth
cff. This will apply to every kind of
pitcher; plain white, brown, decorated;
iron, stone, Rockingham, china; every
thing wim a spout and bandls except
toilet ware, will go.
On sugars and creams, a reduction of
oae fifth will be made. In this, ulso,
notbinr; will be excepted; and one style.
J!tinc8. prettily decorated, will be put
at 3t) cents the set.
Did you tver see a lady who had too
It iB ifecoud avenue,
Q. M. Loosxby.
aso pr. :v-.t. Aat sssr '
.rd leiit a- wo--k. Oa the up
Trtd of Ri IIsii is fere K. J.
SteppwrJ kis a cvctnu:; with wtkt be i
Ctuss 3.3C rjid:T. He hi about 5
rr.ee 15 team. The axt ia lise
the forte ci Jir,-e Kel'eea, whj t tio
cctrtct for l.-ttSS. Tbe work there
ia ti-e rl above u biiac hustled. cd
a gwsi sbowtts: baa ben tua-ie. Ttere
are SO nitc aad 10 teams a: work en tie
contract. D:rcUT of It is Cc-ctrac
tor J. D. Lynch is pushics; the work of
co-Bjtructicn rapidly. There are about 40
ttvc xd :?0 teams workicg on tie con
tract. CoBTractor Glass is rvext wish 5.'
men ap.l SO Uccs, asd be is eetticc pret
ty wi: a!ong wish his work. Next ia
onirr comes tLe work for wbich Pa'rick
Ktace hai the coatrict. L:ke the
others. he is bustlicg. and hs
a'reskdy mde a .d showing. He
has about 90 men and 40 teams at
work. Contractor Fiick, who is work
in:; oa ".tk another contract ax'j.iic
ic. fc 40 men and 15 tesis at work,
wh ch is the list except the work that
is teiug daae by Captain Whiny
down r.eir the mouth, where the last
lck will bi bui'.t.
Actaal Con-trHct Ion.
About 500 men and 160 teams in all
are tow eng-iged in actual construction,
bu; the work teins'done at different
points does not make as much of a
showing as if it were at one place.
Tnere are yet sever! weefcs ia which
the wea'her wiii permit of the work being
bustled aiotrg at a rapid rate, and every
hour will be taken advantage of until cold
weather, and in all probability nextspricg
will witness a mw and vigorous start. The
contractors all state that it is as easy soil
as they have ever worked, which in a niea
sure accounts for the progress that has
wo-ti c cot Vroc5e itse.f to oj-.isr as
iv-stiai-OB. Tbe writer is a crii
ate of the MorreU core. He
wr.tcs tbi in s'sr.'.e ;tlo
t. the KorreH L;acr Care Co. Tt
Mori. Cure is bo iBiuiioa .-f tic K.v'
ey cure. Dr. Morrell is a cbeaiis; of
trsatreptte i& ttrs couatry. and aiso ia
E;acd It is utter rosseas U" sty te
iraitaicd KeeVy. He drscv-vered hH owe
cure, whvcli is distinctly rd eEtiret dif
ferect froai Keel-ey"- cur. &ad is tie
Morrell cure tber are iairediects. knowc
oaly to Dr. Slorrs'. and urknown v
tr.e-dioa'. science Let aay cradaatc of
Kteley make ar prove tae foI ;ac
fertioiss taat I mske a? follows ia regard
to ihe Morrell cure:
Tbe treatment wf.'. in co cse cause
sore arm or loss of memory: the tnnat
mnt will rui'.d the system up isstead of
teirisg it dowr. The writr at tbe close
of ttro weJ:s' !orreU treatment fom
men.-ed atcce to work oc a comp'icated
set of double entry corooratioa rxxks
wi;h fcis m:cd as ciesr and vision as
bright as at asy ii!ne in his life, No
Kreier craJuate can duplicate this. T.e
Moireli med;ciaes are perfectly harmless
in eVi'ry psr;iculsr. Now, ia regard to
a-S of i-.
Cu acverc in the
Ttiey Say It's True.
That tbe republicans had a slim turn
out down town last night.
That the sidewalk ordinance that the
city council had in mizd has got lost in
That the people on lower Third ave
aue breathe easisr since tbe pavement
has been cleaned.
That Rock Island has done more build
ing eo far this year than any year in tbe
That cvercocts and wraps are now in
That the city needi a street sweeper
ana needs it badly.
That the police haven't got the edge
any on th3 fire department in getting
That this being leap year has some
thing to do with tbe long list of autum
That Rock Island has a 6urpiiir:g
number of younz men who will cast .h. r
first vote for Cleveland and Steveneou
That a divorce case is not improbable
ia a prominent family in the city.
That the people are confident that tbe
council will sec tbe advisability of putting
in a couple of more fire stations.
That more will be heard shortly about
tbe prize fight at Andalusia last summer.
That Capt. Robinson and Capt. Stew
art do no speak as they pass by.
That Senator Mills will draw an im
That Rock Islnd has seen a pioper
ous year and has bright prospects ahead.
That the Union still has that bundle of
fire works ready and is waiting for a call
from the campaign clubs.
To Prevent the Grip
Or any other similar epidemic, the blood
and the whole system should be kept in
healthy condition. If you feel worn out
or have "that tired feeling" in the morn
ing, do not be cuilty of neglect. Take
Hood's Sarsaparilla to give strength, pur
ify the blood and prevent disease.
Hood's Pills cure liver ills, jaundice.bil
iousness, sick headache, constipation.
Needs assistance it may be well to ren
der it promptly, bat one should romerr-
ber to use only tbe most perfect reme
dies only when needed. The best and
most eimp'e and gentle remedy is the
Syrup of Figs, manufactured by the Cal
ifornia Fig Syrup Co.
Tri Cities beiieve that the gstk-men
cotapoedac the Morrell Liqur-r Cure c-m-pa
couM ectcr into acy fke. The
i.;ea ia preposterous, and oucht cot to
deceive a child. One more thousrh;.
Keely ia his speeches, and ttsu$
fc-.s club's taiks of the Keeiey cure being
such a boos to humanity.
'P. S. His terms are $75 cash."
Let anyone read the New York Mail and
Express of Sept. 29;fc acd teen see which
has the best boon to bumacity The ar
ticle reads that any person who honestly
desires to be cured of the 1'o.uor baNit
my cil at the Mail and Express Morrell
Liquor cure, 105 Gracd street ani be
cured free of charge . Here is a noble
charity, a charity that will put a p.-or
eoddon. drunken wretch upon his feet and
send him with elastic step and clear ryes
to Lis wife a family to make a citizen of
him to cheer his poor wife and children.
Such a charity as this slows the beauty
of the Christain religion, such a charity
shines as a ray of light to heavon Can
anyone possibly think that tbe Mail and
Express could be the patron of a fake;
the idea is absurd. The citizens of this
city have an institution in their midst
which will make Rock Island promiuct
all over tbe country. L?t us ail rpeak a
good word for it. A Reaper
Judge J. W Drury was a visitor in
our Circuit Court Thursday. Thirty
seven years ago he presided in this court.
At that time there were six counties in
the district with one iudge to do the
work. Now there are six counties in the
district and three judges. Judge Dru:y
at with Judge Smith for a time and then
visited Judge Glenn's court in the super
vis rs' room His vUil revived pleas
ant mem -tries of former days.
He came to Rock Island county over
50 years ago; was a member of the old
law firm of Knox & Drury, known in its
day all over northern Illinois. He is now
in his S0i.h year, and Is hale and hearty,
except his eyes'ght has grown poor. He
spends his summers on his farm which
he has placed in a high state of cultiva
tion. It is the old Hartman farm near
Milan. His winters he spends in the
south as a rule and in traveling, nis
wife is always by his side. He is at
present the guest of Maj . Connelly.
Mrs. Catherine Cary died at the home
of her son, P. J. Cary, 2524
Sixth avenue, at 7:80 this morn
ing, of tbe infirmities of ad -
vanced years, having been an invatid for
nearly a year; and tince last winter when
she suffered an attack of the grip, had
been bed ridden. Deceased was bora in
Ireland 78 years ago, her maiden name
being Catherine Glenn. She married
Patrick Cary in the old country, and ber
husband dying there in 18G5. she came to
America in 1S78, and to Rock Island.
She leaveB three sons T. P. and Dennis
in Chicago, and P. J. in Rock Island.
She was a woman who enjoyed the warm
friendship and love of all who knew ber.
and much hearttclt sympathy will be ex
tended to the eons in their loss.
The funeral arradgements have not yet
"Success depends upon the liberal pt.
renage of printing offices. Astor.
Tbe of rcbScaristt is Earvwi ;
eotstT is to so very &sc& ssarrc'vd
cvier ZO yer ac.v Laj.; tiftt1 Ascs i
cortaixsid a review of vhe iiUrwcis
irc" w itiir. lis jvarty tb.-s 10 year
aCA, ia wii.-!; ror."- o?cvs:t;o to
Marsi. sscd s-oci are as to jwcipi-.
rate ax cctnrtt Nxt M tie VcCCktiitx ;
r? factc in t coareriio. ia wii.-i
tie ci-osic w-as sally eostica'e-d T
oprofiik- a; itat ties? w-as 5d ly Sea.
lor Srry, Jie &!ark fores beiag cs-ier
lb griiasre of J, E. CaasdVr.
"Tfce VoC.itigiry kreU it has
bea stated, was tv-aec ic the
ccTeai.-va. bet did sot re-; ti.-ere. Ii
ral to lbs poLs aa-d lN;re l.id i!r.
Marsi oct to its ertire ufaoiioa. It
the EL-s-artsnae Xlrh has been fed ry thr
s;ate, aad bow after 10 years he coofs
forth acaia a caadiiate for cvvrrs ia
tie saa;e distri; ia whx-a he w-as o rc
nj:j:iia:y laid est so og ago. l"fc
meai.-.rks of the rst are still a'i're, tow,
ever, and whie be is rrakir; a most la-rx--rJ-04is
effort to apjear a h-tU fello r well
met with aiZ, te i MiH longir for aa
opportunity to square, up for the erect
of lose ac-o.
Pr.vn Haroock cuaty comes the
ru -aor that lise cokel has foaad the way
of qua- ia: up old soores. and at the
saroe tioie is. as he supposes, advaocg
his owe icteres!, ;x;j;cily spek:og.
Senator Berry is a candidate for re-e'ec
lioa ia the Haecock couctv senatorial
district. Now, the plan wbk-h
Marsh is pursuing all oa the
JAHNS & BERRESEN
Peoria Cook and Ranges,
If :S $ECONT AVENTTK.
Buy Your Shoes at
Berry for votes for himself ard thus kill
two ttris wi;h one stoc to cut Bi'try
acd Lrlp himself at the Sirue time. But
s:eal;h'y as Mvrsh has N-a pursuing this
curse, his tactics have become known.
Ic his own county w hre everybody is ac
quainted wjth him ud where Its enemies
sf anything. octDumbf r bis friecds. he
cannot do a great deal without being dc
tectod. ,So i; was that his kciving of Br
ry became known. Those who discov
ered the disposition of Mar-h did not say
u-.uoh about it. but went forthwith to
Senator Berry. ar d j-ist as quietly did that
individual plot bis course. It was mere
ly to p&y Marsh back in kind and the
consqtncce is that the old elements will
he at war more fiercel than ever before
the campaign closes.
Berry's fate is already settled, and no
body knows it bctttr than Berry, ard be
would j st as leave take Marsh down
with him as no. in fact woul 1 a little
These Stores are noted for oairyirc JV.5 tvsi and most com
plete stocks at Lowest prices
Ye Skll Soup Sohvoi. Shots for Loss Money than ar.y
otber competitor in the thre cities.
We enlarvre yoxir Photo free when you ruy Tkx IVllk
worth of Shoos. Oa.l ar.vi :et CArd.
Tjv jury in the damage suit of Nol.lt
vs. Meyers, this morning returned a ver
dict allowing the plaint. ff $700.
Judge Smi-.h adjourned the circuit
court today until Monday at 11 o'clock
and left for his home in Galcsbttrg.
Tnrnkev Wright at the iil, yesterday
received Gust llogburg. sent down by
Justice Kerne of Molinc. for 00 days.
Len Stock well came down from Cor
dova Thursday and yesterday he rctu nc i
accompanied by Harry O Day, who will
spend the winter there. They expect to
spend some time hunting on the Marias
de Os cr.
James Maucker has apain opine Ibis
hi tji shoeing shop on Seventeenth s'.reet.
where he will be glad to ace all his old
patrons. Mr. Mauckcr'a reputation in
IbiB line of work has always been the
hichcit and he will no doubt have plenty
to do. He will, however, have pUnty
of help and be prepared to do work on
At the close of the Military Track Re
union Association of the Eltvcnlh Con
gressional district at Macomb vestcrday.
Dr. S. C. riummer was elected surgeon
for tho cnsting year. Gen. W. A.
Sell nii tt was one of tho speakers of
the closing festivities. The p'ace of tho
next meeting wis left to tho winter
meeting, when R.ck Ifi-nd should pre
sent its claims.
Ycstorday's racs of the Davenport
Mile Track club were: first the 2:27 trot
for purse of $500, won by Arlington in
best time of 3 25. The second race, 2 20
trot, purse of f 500. was won by Clara
P., with best timo 2:17. The third race
the 2:15 pacing, with purse of
$500, was not finished, darkness inter
terveuing, and the events of the week
will be concluded today.
Rutsell H. Conwcll, of Philadelphia
opens the second annual rourn to he
given by Rock Island Lecture annotation.
He lectures at Harper's theatre m xt
Tuc 6day, Oct. 13 Reserving of scats be
gins Thursday morning at 7:30 at Harper
honso ph'tmncy. Tho Washington, D
C. Ilcpub'ican says: "The wheel of time
baa carrie 1 u-dur the great lecturers of 20
years ago until Talmago and Conwell are
almo.t the only popular lecturers lnlnjr
who may be said to hav national repu
CKSS vt CO., STAND.
lrS3 Second avenue.
CASH STO KK.
1?IU SexN'no. T,r - e.
ISIS Snd avv.
READ THIS !
Upon tho solicitation of a number of our loading
Physicians we have secured tho agency tor the sale
of the celebrated Brotherhood Wine Go's. Wines and
Liquors, which arc unexcelled for medicinal use.
We have the following goods in original pint
SimnTuic O'arvt , . . ......
rnw Table O.nivl. .........
F.fnfamlel Oiwrvt ., ,
..' SsMltU: Claret . . ,
SwiYt t'M . . .
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Or, r,tAK b
OM t'horrj 5pr.t,
O'M I.-.!h"'i1 lr
11 Swl 1V:r,tv
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Also, Old XXXXX Emerson Rve 79 in original
T. H. TliOMAS. Driiggis
A triple-plated World's Fair Souvenir Spoon with
each purchase of 52.00 or more until October Mh.
ABSOLUTELY FREE !
Our Prices arc Winners.
Lad fine rtongola Button fit .00 shoo in this sale reduce
o $1 JS. A tine 3 r0 shoe t tit to $1.7a.
Infant shoes 'S cents
W Th" qualities wc will show you will cause jou tv wondrr, as they are very
FAMOUS SHOE STORE.
108 W. 3el near Brady Davenport, Iowa.
New and Second Hand.
We will save you Money by purchasing your
Books, Tablets, Slates, School Bags, Slate
Pencils, Lunch Baskets, etc., of us. A lead
pencil Sharpener given to every - purchaser
of Tablets on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Geo. H. Kingsbury,
1703, 1705 Second avenue. Rock Island, Telephone 1210
403 Fifteenth atrt t. Moline.