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THE AltOUS. MONDAY, OCTOBER 3d,
A large line of fine
Chenille Curtains heavily
fringed and bordered,
13.50 a Pair
o AT o
W. S. HOLBRQOK'S,
10.1, 10 107 B. Second Street, DAVENPORT, IA.
A new line of
Men's Fine Shoes
Just received, which
Are out of sight for the price asked.
Equal in style finish and wearing qualities
to a five dollar shoe. These shoes are actual
bargains, and it won't take long to convince
"The BOSTON "
62) Second Ave.. Under Rock Island House.
IKCOKfORATXD VXDtK TUB STATE LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ItuCB IsLAXD. IL1
1 ' ft t a. a. ,mwmwniMm;iiitt.
1 Prr cast .ctar-st paid on Dvpoaits. Money loaned om Pinontl ool-
w or mu uun asenrtty-
' l lu. r. r. fmk,; MmCnLtk. rSJ aitcMI. H.P. Ball. L. Ilm.
iCUM A KCM.
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At 324 Seventeenth Street.
'cMhf. Opaeatta the OK
J THE TAILOR,
IKJ nG3I3 IS 4
a Ma Oat
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I cowan mmjMxu. I -.-.. .. "
Fresh oysters at Krall A Math'.
Have you tried White Bom cream,
RoM lid tlnaa" at ft, !.. ...
Mv HV IV
Geom F. Rath lrt tn v.. v-.l
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Ice mM or rn
Willia'ColIier in ..Hnaa J 11..--
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a. ion ineatre tonight.
A new time table will probably go
... un-i nc aunqay on the Hock
F. Miller. rf Rnni.i i- .-.
nil. t . ..I -i m " .
"J ."Ma. UD DIB WBV IA llt.hnfNrk
oa a visit". 6
Wanted A girl in small family;
-- s" no oiner keea applr
111. Fourth avenue. ,IW
Ed. Kecloy, third assistant cneml
Krl oi me v., m. M.
P.. was in the city Saturday.
Miss Bessie Flagler, daughter of
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' in me mree cities.
J. L. Smedler. wKn ! u -;-.:
ing in the three cities, left last een.
uK wr oosion. cauea hitner by im
portant businMa. lira VmlU
slowly recoTering from the effecU of
la 11" mMht ftlt.ABfaw a.M!.lut J x
(HHcnai aniurn a, in inv
Acconlincr In thn PkUiM
Attorney A. J. Ilirschl, formerly of
DaTenoort. who is nnw &
the Chicago law firm of Rosenthal A
""-" " pring to me ironi in ine
bie city, his name heinir nnniln,l
in connection with some of the most
uaponant cases decided br the su
Charles A. Loder. tk
Oh! What a Night." at Harper's
The DrudoetSnn nf Tk. SnAm. n
as given by Managers C. C. Jefferson.
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u-ianger, requires me em-
DlOViriV of &00 Vwannln on Ik.
s I 1 r.Kf,
two carloads of very accurately de-
r"" rv-n, urwi nana ana
drum corps and several hifrh n!riti
Arabian horses. It is to be seen at
the Burtis at Davenport nest Tues
Tonirht the fatuous Willi rv.1i;.r
maA t. : - 11 .
uu uis rrjuailj lamous piay, "MOSS
and Hoss." are to be awn at H.p-
per's theatre. The Minneapolis
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Farce comet! r nrnvinl ilni.
card at the Bijou yesterday, both
performances of the 'lioss anil Hoss"
company being greeted with crowded
bouses, lioss and Hossn is awav
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aucau wi idc urainary tarre comedy
uaj . it is uotn amusing and re
fined. Willie Collier ia a
young comedian, and is quaint and
original in his methods. He has
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what it was when seen, here last vear
at the brand. The restaurant scene
has been omitted, and the ranrtr.
court room scene, formerly the eec-
rtn.l . I. MAW Haul . 1 . 1. T I .
VM HW. HKTI aVS lUCT l,U II U aCt,
while the second act ia entirolv nar
But Mr. Collier is seeminsly never
a i? 1. t ,
mu iiu wnai ne nas already
attained, and keeps adding new teat-
; c vrj lKnurnunrc. snerman
Wade takes the nart .f rer foliar.
lie Uoss. and proves himself to be a
rerv clever comedian. MIm in;u.
Allen Collier is a very graceful dan-
cvi, anu tae ostnen piume costume
wears in tne second art makes
quite n hit. James B. Gen'rv. as
the sheriff, succeeds in makinir the
i . . . . ,e
i iimimt Lt-r even funnier than it m-..
last Vear. The "Anmo Knnnor"
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m-iroi vfliiicr was one ol tbe best
hits of the niece. Mnsieallv tha.
company is a very strong one. the
nil in Let mitiir fmm Itim.lj.ttn lu.:
i r - w.iu
delivered with fine harmony and
bnisb. David Andrada, the tenor.
sang "The Two Little Girls in Blue",
which was especially composed for
him bv its author. Tho tl. -.-
dance feature in the second act is
still retained and was made as ludi
crous as possible.
With tbe exhilarating sense of n
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" neaitn ana sirengin ana inter-
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nai cleanliness, which follows the na
of Syrup of tigs, is unknown to the
cw auu naic nut progressed oeyond
the oltl-time medicines and the cheap
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uimtuutes someiimes nnwni. nut
never accepted by the well-informed.
Atlanta Half Ostarr..
Atlanta is abont to eelfirata hmr nr.
tMtta aanivenary. By that time her pop
ulation will be in close neighborhood of
U0.000. The next 10 vear at th.
teady rate of increase will place her
among the 10 leading cities of the coun
try. This is not visionary or specula
tive, but is based upon the natural ad
vantages of the dace and the quality and
temper of its cituenship. Already At
lanta is mate extensively knnarn at tka
north than any other city south of Wash-
mgion. one nas more energy, more pur
pose and a more resplendent future than
SSrr atv of hep ImrntiUm Wr. 1. J
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There u every reason why the merchants
of Atlanta should not be despondent over
toe Buuauou. quanta Constitution.
Ta('VII H'aah I I... - I
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your Simmons Liver Regulator and
can conscientiously say it it the king
of all liver medieinea f t.
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a medicine chest in itself. George
W. Jackson. Tour druggist sells it
in a powder or liquid, the powder to
v j vi ihwk uiv a lea. .
Oct. 27. Sarah' L. Kvder t J. c
H. Head, part assessor's lot S, S3, 18,
18. lw, $1,400.
J- C. H. Bead to George Schneider,
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lw. 110.000. '
Michael T. McGinn to Georre
O-l 1 J . a . .O
waauuer, pin OUUOt I, UMM
urore, aw 33, 18. lw, f 1
28 Georre Gorman to Willi.
Gorman, part lot , and lot 7, block
, ooij i anoaiv.. MOIlne, fWW.
C J. Rylander to Lars F. Nielsen,
lot A, block 3, Daebellieha's add..
Ienata Hnber to C. J. W. Sohroia.
er, lot 44, Huber A PeeU's add..
Bock Island. 8700.
Matthias Schnell to Henrv Tannan.
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vii, iut , wiuck i. oenneu s add..
Kock Island. tUlM.
Matthias Schnell to Catherine Sul
livan, lot 4 and nl lot &. block y
Schnell's add.. Rock Island, ftonfl.
27 Joseph L. Allen to Coal Val-
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"i aiuiiiir (jo., awi sari as. ik i ar
$4,000. " '
Joseph F. Allen to Coal Valley
Mining Co., e) se S2, 16. lw, and
nwj swj jkj, in, iw, fO.WHl.
88 Estate of Joseph Burkhardt
Letters testamentary issued to So-
pnia a. Burkbardt. Bond waived bv
will. Bernard Seeburirer. Martin
Weinberger and Henrv Widdel ap-
EsUte of Martin Connell. Letters
testamenUry issued to Morty Kelley
Bond tiled and approved.
Guardianship of John M. Swank
Request of minor filed. Petition tor
letters of guardianship filed bv John
Llrmii Is Wr4
Oct. 28 Dennis Hoos. Cimbridm..
tsiara iw Ben, eureka. 111.
Andrew Anderson. Olivia Freeman
Althoush lisrhtninc and thunder ooenr
always aimnltaneonslv. an interval of
shorter or longer duration is usually ob
served Between these two phenomena.
Which is due to the fact that sound trav
els only at the rate of 1,100 feet per sec
ond, wniie the passage of light is almost
instantaneous. Based upon this fact, it
w an easy matter to tell, at least ami-ox.
imately, how many miles a thunder
storm ta away. A normal tralss will
beat about one stroke to the second, and
by counting the pulse beats during tha
interval of the lightning and the thunder
the lapse of seconds is arrived at and
consequently the number of feet, which
can be reduced to miles.
For example: If 30 seconds elapse be
tween the flash of the lightning and the
crash or thunder, the storm center is at
a distance of 33,000 feet, or about 4
miles. An almost accurate calculation
can be made by using a watch with a
minute dial. St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Ql I lag MM Snahll..
"What S ioaelv nlS laa I kauri a aa. ..a,...
T- -sne'a quia aa keanural m
any tirt in Uw hoar. Such color sad eouplex
loa Is nuvly seea ia a Womaa naat tortr
lad tad. tha oau at whiaa ha aak.
lovely. Her fac was dear aad nmooth, trcah sad
i-ay, her rj-ea hright with perfect hratth aa4 the
anioyaaaiot aealta. She had tia-mpd tha rrul.
sl "ihHu of lUawtthoat Nlilnj Inro -the set
a-ajiinwioi, aam aarrcaa wotaea d.
oiymmmn mmx HcmtM la aal&c thlst Stmbly by
siac Dr. Pierce's ravorite Picamptloa at a time
whea aatais itood la aee of nm atahtaace.
She had Ukea It all at the right tiae; la douig
this she was via: wi-r thaa -wi nk..
-tnm to lack" ta geUiitt.roaKh the critical sad
frjmg pensa aueiy. i his ttaadaid leaiij Is
iwhatlaaeeaedatawAa tiatc. It ia, ftaea
girlhaod tooldice. womaa-s best Irijad. IaaU
as other te-atdy doe a tare. Take It, wataaa.
Whea life's autasia heaiaa. aad "wmm u mm.
tally." Toafoaeyhacklf ttdoeeat kelp yon.
Tha riaid inaniriea now n.Hr,il
toa nana oi im t:nitji Ktataa a
undesirable immiirranta nt f k.
try are likelv to divert immiimHnri
Canada, where it is welcomed, and the
minister of the interior is already re
joicing in the prospect of increased pop
nlation. What is chiefly interesting to
wuuuue vDBerver is tnat countries
Which do Uot mtienillv esran-t thair r-iti.
for instance, is contributing settlers, not
to (Quebec, which is already fully stocked,
but to the northwest territnrira .-..1
Dutchmen are beginning to flow into
""km is less satisfactory to find
that Chinamen continue tnMnm int.
ay. . . . I i.i. va a. . .Ull'
Bntish Colombia. thin;-h mwt.tm.iiar
they are certain to be swamped there.
A St. Louis Woman lias lntt.lv
UI illTPtltion ftir tiualrintv Awof ttr.n
(-1 srww.-w IVUIIVI
flour. The process includes neelimr th
potato and drying the peel as a food f r
live Stock, drvimr and irrimlSnc tlw. -.-
tato ii.to three grades of flour.
Tar Ovmr Fir Taaaa.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea
Twenty-five cents a bottle
rmnm far Sale,
Two miles east nf f Via 1 V-.Ha.- in
acres with good buildings.
Halt mile from Iowa line in Jack
son countv. Minn.. M)
Timber land opposite Muscatine.
A good woodman ran pay for land
with wood and render
tillable. A splendid opening for the
right man. E. H. Gt VF.it.
The best medical authorities
the proper way to treat catarrh is to j
take a constitutional remedy like
Until the close of the fair tht, c
B.4Q. offers a rata to Chicago of
$4.97 for the round trip, returninr
coupons limited to Nov. IS.
LET US TELL YOU
C-uicbdly there's very little satisfation to be
found in tow grade foot wear. They are
gotten up at under prices by using interior
material by inferior workmanship; hence,
the result must be inferior.
a Winter foot wear made with an unwaver
ing determination to please and satisfy, made
for our own trade from the best of material
by skilled workmen, we can guarantee the
best possible results.
Secoad and Harrison Ste, DaTenporC.
JAHNS & BERTLESEN
Peoria Cook and Ranges,
TnrwAKE Ajtd Hocm Purnibhiho Qoodsu
181S BB0ORD AVKNUS.
ROCK ISIaAMD, n
Our Purpose Id Advertising
ia to let everybody who bays clothing that's all Man
kind hers about know that our fall suitings are in, and
tnat the finest ever displayed in the city. You are i es
pectTally InTited to caU and see the latest in patterns
and styles, in faU and winter wear.
J. B. Z TTiTTiTRR
Call and lav your order
ST4B Bloue Opposttx Habpbb Hoitbr
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
C. J. W. GCHREItUZR,
Contractor and Builder,
tin USS racrth ansae. SaaUanr .ia n-A
rka- sad 'P'alo far-bti jJlcta of wort; rorVina
avw. hjM aoa oesuaaie
I KOCK XSLAKD ILL
Fifth Avenue Pharmaey.
HORST VON K0ECKR1TZ, . '
Analytic anil Mum Ptaisi
b bow located ia his aew buildiac at the corner of Fifth aveuua -and
City Buo and Usprczz JArno.
TelephoM Bock bland or Harper Hotels for 1ms or
wnon and you will reodve prompt attntion
H. D. MACK, D. P. A.