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TIIJS A KG US, WEDNESDAY, NOYEMBEll S3, 1S9L
'M0LD, The Grocer,
lias no competition in the
repute west of Chicago, there is nothing in
his line that he has not got. His
PMCES ARE TEE LOWEST,
he sells for cash only nd for that reason he can
,ave you money; there is no use trviner to auote ori-
cos as the articles in the Grocery line are too numer
ous to mention, and as my space is limited, call and
bo convinced that what I say is true.
ARNOLD, The Grocer,
1620 Second Avenue.
In Satin and Ooze Galf, including all the delicate
shades of pink, Tght blue, lavender, yellow,
Nile green, white, etc., also scarlet and black,
MADE TO ORDER IN
Slipper-j made up from same
Material as costume.
162? Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
Nesting and Ventilating Engineers
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A complete line of lipe. Braes Goods, Packing Host.
Fire Brick, Etc-. Largest and best equipped
establishment west cf Chicago
CAVIS 25 LOCK Llcline, DJ. j 1 12, 1 14 West Seventeenth et.
Telephone 2053. j Telephone 1148. RoekutMi'.
Residence 1 nf rbn 1 1
"DIRT DEFIES THE KING." THEN
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IITCOHFOKATKD O DPS TEE f TATE I.iW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
UGC. ISLAND, ILL.,
On-r tfrUytro'2 5ia. a. to 4 p. m., nd -.a;r.rJa? piec'.rt;? f roe T to 8 o'clock,
r-ureent '.rarest rtd on Bej oshs. .Money loaned ca Fersoacl. Cc.
la:o. 2!, cr Real Fstate Security
-V.ITCIIELL, F?..b. 3f C. DSSKMANN, Vec-Frc. i. X. BCFOSJ), CwLlat
P. L. K'tchtr., 15. F. Reynolds, F. C . Dcnkmsnn. Jrbs Ocains-h. E. P. Eall,
1'hil Kilctii!!, L. Sum n, K. iv. 'trM, J. '... Uu?j:J.
Jacilsos & rufiT.iiic'.'.-irs.
' c;a bneincer Jaly , 13X , 1 rI occi ; iJe ct.'tt ;.f t correr cf iMtcl tl! & Ijtdc te
city, his stock is the most
Back from His Triumphal Visit
to the East.
WAS KOT A POLITICAL TBIP.
Tha FrMldent BlectVltitei but riaoi of tha
Fortacomlug Admlatstratlom Ware not
DUaustad The Repair? Fatty not
Dc.d-Citjlict Talk-To Reach Tloaaa la
a Day or Two.
The Chicago Eenix Poit cf Wednei
day evening had the following:
Bejtmin T. Cable is ie3dy to Rife
thinks, and he bs come b-ict to tbe y'c
torious battlo greund of I!'. re'- where
he generated the grunt fl tht to pend
Thanksgiving. The young Napolena of
democratic politics has hud a triumpbsnt
Tisit in New York and Washington am!
bis good right hand, bardem d by exer
cise on the campus at Ann Ar'jor.grnappd
the pudgy fist of tbe pre.-ident-tdtct. Mr.
Cable arrived tore eirly this niornini!
atd registered at Richelit u hotel, tmv
he was in such groat, d raaad that Cudler
found him out. To s icon tentative ft!
ttia Evenine Post Jir. Cble revnaiked:
"I ctme oa ;o iicttle up various p. s:- j
battle a.aU.M, to gvdi r ut the s'ra
etidi?, so to speak, ami not to d as lha
repubi'.cau ns ional coaiaaltuernun have
lr, nn-te t;ri uvi' s ht te d bt of in
cois.mittce. Oar nnional comuiitice ii
tolyti t. Ab 111 my visit t'astl1
lilt Visit to t l.'elaml.
''Wil!, my vi:'it Li Orovcr ClcVtliB t
Wostiotii! nnv : political o;,e, l.t
one ooiigmiuiH'.i in srd !tmr i'iimi I
tMi.k Mr CI v.' itiini is every i cU a m
and that tit.; country wdi b. pn u.l t i
new j)it-s i'e.'.t. Mr. Ci.'veU ju vv.
preis'd a!iii.st to U10 will ,- fuc.i h
ttiuss o! cor.cs.sotiiienci!, mo
he i'er.-oniv!! uiii li!h! ti,
t ( f
he needed r. it. Aud u.in;.;ii !i3!i
left New York to ootain it. Con.;!
quei.l'y ho ha;l neither the time t or ;in
luclinitioa to make known to mo bi.
plans. Ue'vi vt-r. I cn ay that I ioa't
thiak Mr CLvelard is .bound to Tam
many or any o;her political . otiz Ation
by p-omUi'd. It wou'd cot he )sle Mi
Cii-velaud to have his hiitius tinl like
thnt. lie starts upon a firm Lcs;?, us tb.
coun'.ry well knows. Ia r'rid to the
talk that he would interpose his voi-.'e in
the selec'ion of a United S ates aerator
from the Etnpiie stale, I know nothing,
but it hardly teims as if he would f-rci
himself so fr as to dictate in that re
gard. Elward Murphy, leathered fioai
my talks ;n New York, is away in the
lead for the senatorslnp and he certainly
has tic strength of the reople to ush
him en. McLiuh.ia I d. u'l tidak is a
candidate for the place.
IKitsu't Kuuw M'hut CiroTer M'ill It;).
"Mr. Cleveland has the cha-ce of feis
life atul he is man enough to set out his
part on tr.ose 'ir.es. He did rat Knpiirt
to me any of his ideon as to li.s me-s-ai'v-to
cunti-5 of as :o Ins 1 (d cv in rei' ,r i
to i flieeholih rs. Ti-e ,rv, h- ilecU J h:in
arid be vt.L do v. t-tsi f, r ;;.e p.o-
p!e. It is astoaihlo'i- to s.-e the r.urubjr
o' republtfiiiis who (.it r. u aik rii: 'We
tniLK iiiore ai-a nio;u .t t.iover '..
lad each d ::y a::d we ixjmc; !.e w.
the country uK.d.' t am u.ia-vre
i d .
Mr. Clvvt l bis d. flai.elj dc.J-d hi.j.
tjirfj in I. cT i 1o hi- ca'iiret. Ail th if
hes appeared !. 1; :ei n (pecii'-ii i. n . Per
haps Mr. W.-i'uey tn's-t:t he jo lir e t,,r a
porlfd;, OI jeT'01 S t:e miitbl chi-o'-t the
United States ieD .tt . P iit.ov, l.olt.j!-;;
"His Mr. CitveNn.l intimiied to riic
th&tllimi.ib ouM be r-pteientid in ":i .i
cabinet, and that in cou-i'Jcr .tion oT your
valuable tsecinive be; vice, which re.tt y
aiili d iu wresting the sta'e frotu Hie re
publican tanks.yoa wou d be hppohi'ci',?"
i'.r Cal le wss asked.
Mr. Cable's modesty complied hi to tn
teply f-.lowly to this query : "v,ieh an of
fer has not ben t:t d.Ted to cie an t I
have no means of knowing whetht r it
ever will be.
IiitiiltlK'aii S'urty not Dc:.d.
"Now taat the shotk icvoltins; r.:-na
the election ia ovir, I tniht yiy that ii
is rather poor tate for the di nvcrats to
say that the rtpubiican party is Oei.d
(lamped f Jtevtr. I take it thai the party
Cli stand adversity und defeat in a ! river
manner. The party his cot yet bad
encuth drubt.inas to take the henrt
out of it. We cannot s;t on our ors aari
feed our miuds thtstull we deu-iojrats
The republicans wiil rhlly aud maUe their
great fJht In 1S94 Should the li'tli
live power still remain wi'h U9, after
that fight, thev will fill bajk for a ;rand
e'iare in 189(i."
Jlr. Cable will rtiuain in Chicago at
le ist two days and he will then return to
his home in ltock Island.
Nov. 23 Eitate of Swan Eckberg.
Order authorizing sale of clothing of de
ceased at private sale.
Estate of Alexander G.cckhoS De
position of John Pee'z, witness to will
taken. Will admitted to probate.
Nov. 22 A. W. Wadsworth to J. C.
II Read, 1 lots 6 a: d 7. Park Piare
South Moline, f 500.
C. P Ryder to E. H GJvtr et a), tin
div. lots 2 and 3, and trai t bv m-teg
and bounds, 33 13, lw, 3, 11 fT OW
John Elmstedt to Joh'.nni Aron, lots
5 and C, B.-U's suhdiv. of 33 13 lw
Ocar O'sou to Pet-r A Oi;-on, lot 5,
6 and 7, block G. town of SjiVeli oa Vij
druff's lL-iatid. 700.
D. S. Ziealer to J. W. Simxison an '
John Schaefer, Jr ,rj, lot 2. bbcklt
old town of Port Byroa, $75 ).
Jo!n Schai ftr, Jr., to J V. Simons in.
ardJlot2. block 11, old town pJrt
21. V. L' Mtic'terrer tt al to E. A
Maikercer, frl s. J. 0 1. 17, is, li
D, lot 3. Jr! nej 31 17, 4-v, Is'andD
frl 1:;. 0. 7, ard 7. 17 4 v,
I-Ud F. Dnrt It-Is 2 aai 3 r'v! ,,r'
17. 4k, $i. '
Albert E Nelson tt W. W. B.-il'or 1
tract in sJ 31, 18. 1 .v, $G:',. '
Fred Peh to J. W Sim..a-:oa, f .'. out
let 51, sw. Co 19 le. $5o. ' "
The joints td musides ere so iuhri-
iiutl.it llii lllid C ...1UI. ..I I.. 11. .,t
i an.', ij 4.4.1 - ai:i;i lliat til rL'f'U-
inatisra aca st a jess soon dis
For rent S '.or rtom a: 10CG Third
F. E Robert, of Pi r; Bjron, w5 in
the city yesierda.
Q C Biliowa of Si Louis Is here vis
i'Aug a few days with friends.
CbarltaBuford is at home from school
on a fe days visit with friends.
Gmtav Stenel and wife went H Chi
cago last nt;ht on a few days' visit.
Jteph Killer came down from Cj"; ago
to eper.d Thankgivio; with Ls fo'.a
Mrs. John Breecher leaves tl,e first
part of the week on a visit to !.:i'nds in
J. C, AJaius and little daughter nr.
rived from Chicgo last eveuino oa a
Frank Rit le, who is now local, d in
Chicago, spent That.ketivin at his
Clark Buford c-.tu;i up from Bjford
friitn Choininii'n to eat TuanksijiviUK
tuikry at heme ami visit a day or two.
The cold weather has uo effect oa the
ic cream buMiK.ss. Krell v. Altth kec-p
it for sale sll winter. 1 arties and fams
ilit s supplii.'.!.
If you w-.it something ti'n Ci e for
deeoradei; y t.tir h. iiiei-, patloia or club
toonus on hii; 1 e i-i 'i, l- in' iuVr K'.ell
A, Math h ve it.
Send your r.r.. f. r gr-me, fisii h b
g'eis, elartiu, .! and ttrnt'd ore'' is to
iiarrv Sm the'", Is 'J Second t-vc-nue
Tele'jhoi.e lOii. Orders for wi d ttr
kevii tkt n for nxHnSsg-vtn?.
liters v. ii! oive die of the
Pnest cone' r
ii-iP ii.-'.t at.
. i i ate t
s of V: s.-Aon tirxt Moa
I i ii ivr'-- tin !!.-; t'tre
r- u V -'.CA. 'ouildtt : Ht
!V.orr.sni: if yot; .re L'.
Or.H a '
U 1 ii. ; at
pa y -s
v tiek- thil c'.'j '.e !''.
- '(' :JT'7, .f tie A'lilVP Fx-
ii fi yi ;.u n!-i for ht- old
ii i, ill , Ik i ).
calicd tie. re
1 ' h b !i r V. i.roi n r
i l e !V-t l i' i'ff.iti c.i-.l
i f -tr the .ilTuirs f ihe i s
ilv du:ir,g Mr. St-itj-t.trr 'a
Au L'iilcatrdktte Itaslucsa.
There i-t not :i life insurance company In
the country tluit would tii'ie a risk 0:1 the
life of ;i "powder stover." Most people
never he.trd of a pfAvuer stover, and if all
the powder stover.s iu the country were to
go on a strike tomorrow there would not
hi much of a rush to get their pluces, for
the business of a stover is about ns un
healthy a job ns anybody could well im
agine. After Kuu powder has been manu
factured there is always a certain amount
of moisture left in it, not so much as to
prevent it going off with a ban;; if a spark
should fail ou it, but enough to retard, its
greatest efficiency. To make it perfect it
must be drl, and the stover looks after
that part of die manufacture. The powder
is placed in canvas bottomed trays anil
placed on ra'ks in the st.ivini; room until
the shelves are full, and tin; stover
looksaround with rideon: Oor-l'.Mponnds
of powder hieh he i-to brill.; to perfec
tion. The stover does not uet hi-name fro"i
keeping up a lire 111 the room; "stovmi;
gunpowder wouhl ;( undone if it had to
he performed in that way. The room is
heated by steam pipes to a temperature of
about l'..'." or h'iO ucl;s., and the stover looks
in from t ime to t ime to see that cv' ryt hini;
goes ou riiiht. for etich butch of powder
must lie Moved from twelve to twenty
hours. The pos.-ibility that at any moment
the powder, toe building and the stover
may be instantaneously converted into a
large hole in the ground rcud-rs his vi-i'.s
brief, but izo he lnii-t, in or '.er to make
sure everything is rig'it. The necessity i f
making a living compels .-e::e to 1
"stovers," but there are persons who, if
driven to that occupation. wouM ii.; up a
thermometer inside the drying rooai an 1
do their obeervitij; from the far end of a
loncc r.ane telescope. St. I.ouis tilobe
Demoerat. Injurious to the ltot!3'.
Physicians ss.y that animals' skins are
injurious if v. oru next to the person. A
similar objection is raised against the usa
of animal oils. I.anoiine and all cosmetics
containing animal oils have a tendency to
make the skin coarse. Vegetable oils, as,
cocoanut oil, cottonseed oil, etc., should be
Used instead. Exchange.
Iu Oitlen Times.
Peeple 1 v r'ooked the tmportHr.re per
rr.? ativ bent td d til cts a:.;l we-e sit
Mi. d wi'tt t ans-ient action, but now that
u "is m n- ral'y known th.it Sjrua c Tizs
wi.l permanentlf curj l-uhi:uil vcn'tipi
tion, well informed P' oplo w ill not 1 uy
other itixntms. which aot for a lim , but
OaKlly 11 jure tte svsti m.
I am nn old man and have been a c; n
' ait ft r r with catarrh for the last
ten y' !irs, I am entirely cured by the
use of Ely, 9 Cream Balm- It is s rarge
that so simple a remedy will cure Fneh a
tubb( rn disease Iieury B llincs, U. S.
Pension Att'y, Washingioa, I). C.
Tor eight years I have suffered fiom
calanb, which affected my eyes aud bear
ing; hive etniloyed many physicians
without relief. I am now on my second
bottle of Eij's Cieim Balm, and feel con
fident of J.i complete cure Mary C.
Thompson, Ccrro Gordo. 111.
of cod-liver oil presents a
perfect food palatable,
easy of assimilation, and
an appetizer ; these are
everything to those who
are losing flesh and
strength. The combina
tion of pure cod-liver oil,
the greatest cf all fat pro
ducing food-, with Hypo
phcr phit js, provides a re
markable agent for Quick
FlcsJi Build-in in all ail
ments that are associated
with loss cf liesh.
Tronnrj'l hy P-vi?t h IViwr. Chcmif is.
At tbe LOVV Pit ICES wa quote on
Sideboards, Extension Tables
See cur Foutb. Window disp'ay
Bedroom Suits, a complete assortment.
Fancy Upholstered Rockers and Chairs.
13 i liner, Tea and Toilet Sets.
HARD AND SOFT COAL
Heating and Hook Stoves,
A special line of Holiday Goods.
EaBy PaymentsNo Extra CiWgfi
ohas. a. wegk;:-
?22 Brady Street, Davenport, 1?Z
Open till 3 o'clock, Saturday's tilMO.
SEE US for
Cork Sole Shoes,
Calf Lined Shoes,
Chamois Lined shoes,
Warm Lined shoes.
Popular styles, Prices away down.
Op.?a nig'ita uitil January 1.
801, :J0J3 W. Secoaad St., Davenport.
Telephone 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
J. B. ZIMMER
-THE WELL KNOWN-
jyj ERGHAIT' "jTAILOR,
and I eider ii Style3 and worlm tiialiip, Las roived
KaLL STOCK of Suitii gs and Overcfr.tingp.
ty A ll and leave your order.
Stau Block Opposite Hnrr.:; IIoisk.
Is now lucitcd Iu hlj new tlup,
At 324 Seventeenth Street.
t-Light s-hots a sp dalty. CppcMte tbe 013 hd.
and Parlor Snils,