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ARNOLD, The Grocer,
Has no competition in the city, his stock is the most
uyicic ucm ui nicaRo, there is nothing in
his line that he has not got. His
Prices aue the Lowest,
;k ho sells for cash only nd for that reason he can
save you money; there is no use trying to quote pri
ces as the articles in the Grocery line are too numer
ous to mention, and as my space is limited, call and
be convinced that what 1 say is true.
ARNOLD, The Grocer,
1620 Second Avenue.
Calf Skin shoes
for boys and girls
162? Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
Heating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A complete line of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing Hose,
Fire Brick, Err. ...argest and best equipped
establishment west of Chicago.
DAVIS BLOCK1 Moline, III.
1 12, 1 14 West Seventeenth et.
Telephone 1148- Rocku:n"..
DIRT DEFIES THE KING." THEN
r.i r, i iyrrw tsars'
tHCOKPOHATK 3 UHDKB THB STATB I.AW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
BOOH ISLAND, ILL.,
Open dally from 8 a. m. to 4 p ru., and Saturday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock.
Five percent Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal. Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
T. L. MITCHELL. Pres. t C. I BNKKANS, Tice-Pres. j. U. BU70BD, Casalsr.
s- DmaoroBs: . . '
T. L. Mitchell. K P. Reynolds F. C. Denkmann. John Crnbangh. H. P. Hull,
Fail Mitchell, L Blmon, S. W. Enrst, 3. M. Buford.
Jc mm & Hubst, Solicitors.
tJTBegm buelneis July 8. 18M, ami occupy the ontheast corner of Mitchell & Lynde's sew
An Appeal to Democrats to Keep
Up the Fight.
AN INTERESTING MANIFESTO.
Already Looking Forward to the State
Campaign of '!4 and IrginR Demoirats
Not to l"tr(jet the Constant Duty They
Owe Their rarty significance of VrinniHi."
Another Victory Two Years Hence A
I'nited States Senatorship the Prize.
Congressman Ben T. Cable is not
man who rests on bis laurels. Following
the fcsplendid victory achieved by the
Illinois democracy under his geoerali-bip,
be hs issued tbe following manifesto
and aniie!, which is worthy of the
earnest thought of every dern ktU in th.
state of Illinois:
Dkm icratic National Committke
Western Division, Unity Building.
Chicago, Njv. 18 Dear Sir: WuiIm
siili rt juicing over ilia great victory
gained by the democracy of Illinois I
desire tu impress upon you who hhve
contributed to the result a matter of tbe
gravest importance. The work of a
polincil prty nt Vrr ends, tvery cttii
pign as it opens becomes the most im
p irtant in the party's history, since iis
issues embrace all that bus ten effected
and tend to new achievement.
We have won a glorious victory. We
have wrested the state of Illinois from
tie party of monopoly aud have placed
ns ki veion.ent in the hinds Of the pr-.-greesiye
democracy . We have aidi d in
e-tatm-Ling the cemocracv in control ot
the national government. These ate
completed tasks. They le-v; for us h
mill more important work in the r.e r
future. Having control of the nationn
and state covernments, it becomes tie
(lutv of the dtmocrats in eviry section to
8 strengthen their organization as o
mke that control effective and peimai
eut. For this purpose it becomes nec
essary for us to inaujurate the camp's.'r;
of 1S94 i yea while the powder is liurnii g
with which we celebrate that already
gained You have done noble woik in
this fitrht. It is one of the most che rtrii
incidents of the nation s history that the
people have won a campaign while op
post d by influences that were deemed ali
The victory in Illinois is due to ti e
self, sacrificing work of individual ecru
crats Torough them ttie perfection of
our orcaniz ttioa became possible
Ttroutb then; the timid aod weak o'
faith were irabuid wi'.h the confldeuce of
viciorj. Through thm republican
strongholds have been weakened and in
many places mde to show a democratic
Ouiopponents will mske one more
desperate struggle before surrendering
tbeir ore- nizui.m. They h,ve alreadv
comrre c;d opert:ans, and i' is for us to
meet tb m wiih tte si.n.e conlid-ni-e and
vigilance hs hj dishil-.ytd ia the cam
paign iil cl ?e.1
Ma? I not rount on you who hive
a ed 8; nobly in the campaign to t;ive
your further efforts to tbe causethat we
uity msko tne e eciion or 1894 an as.
sured suces b-fre tin uomin.vuons are
P.ease write rue at Washifigton. D C ,
that I mny count on ynr services and
enroll you as of th isj woo will continue
totheeni "he fiai we have made for
dimocr cy. Ben T. Cablk.
Th3 campion of 1S94, to which Mr.
Cable attaches importance, will be for
the election of 23 congressmen, state
treasurer hnd state superintendent of
scro lls, 20 state senators and 153 repre
sentatives. The camnaign is especially
important beoau-tc of the selection of
members ofthe general asspmhly." Those
that will be c hosen in 1894 will e"e?t a
senutor to succeed 8he!hv M Cullon.
fOlXTV Bl II.III.M..
Nov. 23 John Vc Adams to t;hnrs
. OUUW, lift O, UUfllS. O. VillttiC" OI tlllll
L H Lord to J B O.ibleaf, lot 2. I lock
1. Candee Grove, South Molme. SOO.
Wilii im Montgomery to Isaac IMctiard
son. t J. swJ.iS, 17 8v,'l.
Frmik S Smith to Isanc Richnrdon.
ne fr'J and prt an J and part swj,2? 17.
Isaac Kichardoon to A Q (Xdup.n), ih
swl. 28.17 3w.Jl.30).
Samuel Tacgart, Jr., and Gt ori;ianna
Dowd to Gorge Coo!, sw ni j Hnd i
- George Cool to William Reynolds,
bw J, nej and ns J. eej, 1. 12. 2e, $1,500.
William Reynolds to Esther M.. Cool,
swj. n and nwj sej. $1,500.
250. J. Dimick to C. H. Amo. lot
a. black 13, bpenctr & Case's add.. Rjck
Charles II. Amos to FI 8. Dimick
lot 8 block 13. Spencer & Case's add..
Rock Island. SI. -
T.J. Rrfdman to Clause A. Lage, lot
Z, b'ock 5, General Rodmann's pdd. $600.
J. K. Groom to Thomas C. Nutter,
part lot 1, block 26, O d Towa of Moline,
Thomas C. Nutter to J.
part lots 8 and 9. block 3,
tract bv metes and bounds,
Nov 25 Estate of George Reaugb.
Administrstor's final report riied and or
der jipproving same nisi by Jan. 2 1833
and"that administrator notify heirs by
26 Insanity of Divid 0!eon. Jury
impaneled and sworn. Hearing and
verdict insane and a pauper. Ordered
committed to Central insane hospital and
that hf he detained temporarily in the
rounry jail pending hs admission to
Ro;ms for rent at 1717 Sr C"nd avenu -.
For rent S: ore room at 1006 ihitd
Ask your dealers for the Black Hawk
brand of cystors.
If J on want the beit, buy the Bl-irk
Hawk b.ftnl oyslers
Ot-to lliiher left I nig -.t for Port
ia:ii, O e., O'.i an es'euijeii Visit.
W.in'ed A god ci'l t i r o j?eLrtl
hi tise..ik. Apply at 1117 Tl.irJ avenue.
Try our tiOr.rbound rnuiiy for cvlita
We mane it eiir tirona. Krell &
Andrew H.titmatiof Fort 8 :1 tt, Kas.,
is in Rock Island makin:r a thoit vihit to
Ilorinnn Brunswick ' f Grundy f 'entte,
la , arrived in tue city on 8iturday for
sweril wieks' visit am mg frieods.
The cold weathor his no tfl-ct on the
ice creHiu business. KreH t Al.ith keep
it for s-Ja h1! xiuier. Parties and fam
If you want something ex'ri fi:e for
.kcoriiiir.g jour home-, p iriots or c'ub
rooms on any occasion, romemVr Krell
ik Vat n h-.vc it.
Send your oH rs f.,r erti", l--S'ers,
c'sim, shell and car.ned oys-r s to
Hiiry Smvtbe', IS'? 9 Se.'-ond .v nue.
iuirry J. Reger 13 passing around 'he
e.ig'-.r'i todty on (he s'rengih of tiriant
lit le feniiiii-.e cremure which h'l
brought j iv to his home.
Tl;e merry j ngle of the sleish bell whs
heard on every side yt'Stetday Ail
s.j;-rui'd ben' on miking tKi -bist of the
first opportunity of the sta:-' n.
O iog t'j iioor patronage E. B. At
kinson 'hi determined to cl Hie
A'idirorium opera h-uae nt Mciiii.e
"Our 1'ish Visi'ors"' P'c iot3 Frulav
night v. ( iv not ov,t S3 and snd this
naturu'Iv ib'soonr ,ur m) fi- m.innL'ement.
nej, 14. 17.
The Handsomest of AU Coins.
Thie p-oud iie inction ft generally conceded to
the Tn'ted 8 a;ee 20-dol'ar go'd pie:, a mtrvel
of bes.ity la desf;n and Bi'.th. The loveliest of
Ood'i handiwOik i a handsome woman, if in the
bloom of health; If ebe is not. Dr. Pieice'a Favor
ite Pres r'Dl ion wi'l rca.'ore her. Lad:ea wbo nee
this peerless remedy are nujulmona in ita pn'ge,
for it cures those eonn'ess "Is whch are tbe bane
of their sex l.resnlcillls, dra!os-down pains,
inflamma.ion, byaier'a, aeep!snea, and the
"all-goDe" sensations which bnrdei ther daily
lives. A ton'c and nervine, wuhout alcohol.
-At the LOW PtllCSS w quote n
in Oldeu limes.
People (-vcrlo(ked the iniportHLce of per
matieniiv ben'fiil effects and were sat
isfied wrh irnsii ct acti d, but, now that
it is generally known ;ht Syrun rf Fits
will pcrinam-nil cjre habi'ual ..on't'pa
tion, well informed people will not buy
"ther lhX-itives, which aet for a u . but
finally injure toe system.
A Knilit's Way of nijtrrjin.
Of ill 1 the rmit rimonial trafiickinji in
the u'c of eliivnlry the ways of widows
are at once the boldest and -most compre
hensive. As a rule, tbeir methods seldom
resort to blandishment; it is remarkable
when tenderness is an item in their bar
cain. Hnei-d was their maxim: it was one
Kinci John honored, for he profited by it.
Yet one of the rarest exceptions iu the
way of delicacy to these commercial nego
tiations has evidently !een prompted by a
widow who bail quite an exceptional
lover. In l'.'(K) William le Landa either
one of the most famous of the Crusaders
or his son offers fifty marks and a palfrey
for having to wife Joan, who was the wife
of Thomas de Aresey, "if he may be pleas
ing to the saiil Joan;" the sheriff is 111
st ruetrd to ascertain the widow's wishes,
"and if t he said Joan shall be pleased to
have l:i:u for a hii-band, then the sheriff
shall cause William to have seizin of Joan
and her laud'' both of which he obtained
in the name of gentle love and the faith of
a true soldier. It Is fittins? that the name
of one of I lie men who led the assault of
Acre shouid be preserved in such a record
as the above. He was in truth a veryper
fect knight.. Gentleman's Magazine.-
The tVeildiiij; Present Nuisance.
Said a lady to me recently: "We don't
know very intimately the parties to In-
married, but our presents will be exhibited
among the others, and we should be
ashamed not to have them as elegant as
those of our neighbors." And this same
lady conld ill afford to buy things for her
own household, saying nothing of a thou
sand ways in which she could better have
spent, the money. It useless to reason that
people need not give presents. As long as
we nave such a needless fashion they will
feel obliged to give, just ns they do at
Christmas, when half the time they have
ntt 10 heart or pleasure in it.
lhe recipients alwavs know that in the
years to come they also will be obliged to
give presents m return spoons, sugar
bow' butter di-hes, that often are in
duplicates and of no use to the possessor.
This society fahiir.i for people who are in
ordinary ciic'i:i!-t.ue-e is indeed a social
oppression. It i- plea-ant to give and
pleas;:;:! to ro-.-t.ive, burbot- when yon are
certain thai many are unable to give, and
do so only because it, is the custom.
Sarah K. Bolton in New York Inde
pendent. l'lcnlv ef Silllioirit v.
Old I.ady I'm almost afraid to ride in
itese uewianstieil eaijie cars.
Conduvtor All you need do is to shut
yotir eyes, mnrn. and ( very time the cable
gets stuck you kin lip.ai-ine you're ridin
behind an oid f i-liioned t.i':'.iy mule team.
New York Weekly.
Avoid that which au enemy tells you to
do. for if Vol! follow- bis adviei" von -ill
smite your knees with the hand of sorrows
it lie snows you a road straight as an ar
row, turu from it and go the other way.
It is strictly aa American remedy;
home-made and without foreign flavor.
we reier to salvation Oil. The greatest
cure on earth for pain.
Sideboards, Extension Tables
and Chairs. -
Sea r ur South Window disp'ay
Loips, CoiGhes anil Parlor kits,
WE B55AT THEM AIL.
Bedroom Suits, a complete assortment.
Fancy Upholstered Rockers and Chairs.
Dinner. Tea. and Toilet Sets.
Heating and Cook Stoves. c
A special line of Holiday Goods.
Lamps of every description; Easels, Albums,
Silver Plated Ware, etc
'&r J ? cs' of Fulton, Ark., tars 0
;Rrt,vfv!3 . . j yvws ago 1 con-
m tiOLt.-utt ti;v(.'recaseot bioo
poison. Leading physiciaas prescribed
inBdicine after medicine, which I took
jmiiUL U.U.V ruuwi. 1 aiso tried mere
rial cud pot-tsh remedies, with ungu
jossf til results, but which brought 0:1 r.-
na.lo my life one of 8gony. After suX
iring four years I gave up all remedies
ind commnniwl Tluinrv J2 G Q A t4-si
aking several bottles, I was ea.irely
im Buie 10 resume worK.
JJ235?I is the greatest medicine for
" r blood poisoning to-day on
the market - .
Treatise on Blood and Pkln Diseases mailed
uce. Swift Si-ecuic Co Atlanta, ia
E48Y PAYMENTS No Extra charge.
OKAS. A. MEOK.
:-l22 lirady Street, Daveupcrt, Ia
Open till 3 o'clock, Saturday's till 10.
Cork sole shoes.
Black -Jersey Calf lined shoes,
Special Ladies Department:
SOI, SOU W. Second Jts, Davcmiort
Telephone 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
ROCK ISLAND BUGGY CO.,
. MANCFACTtJlSEllS OF
It will pav you
To get our
be for bayiu 5
1 iJcy fs- j
Factory and Ware roams 03 16th atreet, bet. 1st and 3d ave.
RetailTiade especially solidtea.