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I J E. MontroM, Vunm.
Sataiday Night, Oct. 6.
OXF. NIGHT ONLY.
: Kngnrement of the Nataral Irlf h Corne
ll an. Vocal si and Dancer,
t.-, i lc Production of III New and Latest
. n Tny Farrcir Song!
C i H T,w li rr V'artrt ! !
ul' Tbe Urand Church Choir! ! t
fTlTl The fJrsat Chanel ftrene!
S B, fl, The Great Prison Scene !
J " " i be TbrililBg Kscape ! I
. 3n, and TV:. Seats on ta'e Oct. 4,
K. r the next couple of weeks
are otng to offer some
n . .
Aritbndv intending to buy a
iii:iuo either now or in the
Tn :r future will do well by(
r il'.in anil petting our low
iiii-r! and terms, and will
:ivr money l)y purchasing
kV00l!yatl9S Music Store
1717 Second Ave. Rock Island.
4 6 Fifteenth Street, Moline.
SCREEN DOORS, WIN
DOWS, ALL WIDTHS
OF WIRE SCREEN.
com pic to line of
house and floor
seed oil, etc.
M Third avenue.
wain iTorythltg ?rem Flna
Cilk Zaiiterchiof to OircuTant.
Lace Ccrtalni. Specialty,
No. 1724 Third Ave.
a. m. Parker.
TcVphone No. 1214.
Cut Flowers and Plants
i iiic hnnie-tnade Dread
G::. T. Crowcler
a, r. avails.
CHAS. D AN 1MACHER ,
Proprietoror of the Brady street
AH kinds of
in bloc from Central Park, largest la Iowa,
Fur sale by T. H. Thomas, Druggist, sole agent. Rock Island, 111.
all drain anri Iomoi
ii.ur ...n ii.n i
or ffltmnlnnL which
venient ti-arry in
l lHlKLl.MfirTKlilHIMi. Addm JktvkVa:
"or sale in Bock Island br Uartm
City "Bus and Express Line.
For Bus or Express Line telephone 1141, end yon will receive
prompt attention. ,
TUIBB SLAKE ft 8PEBCEB, Props.
It. sS. VS
Brings comfort and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
less expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
the needs of physical being, will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Figs.
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
live; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colda, headaches and fevers
and permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
set with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid
neys, Liver and Rowels without weak
ening them and it w perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Fie, is for sale by all drug
gists in 50c and $1 bottles, but it Is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
package, alao the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute if offered.
as used in the preparation of
Silver Churn Butterine, im
parts a delightful flavor to the
product. Always sweet, fra'
grant and wholesome,
is approved by the most fas
tidious housekeepers. Mrs.
Rorer, the cooking expert, pre
fers it to creamery butter for
all uses. For sale by the best
On each wrapper you will see
A Silver Churn our guarantee.
Armour Packing Co.
KANSAS CITY, U.S.A.
For sale by II. Tremann & Sons
corner 17th street and Third ave.
We are now at 1610
KOHN & ADLER
Every I'AIK WAKttAVTKD by
TOLLEY BROS. & CO.
Our "KOH-I-NOOR" i the)
bent spectacle made. Tor
T. II. THOMAS, Druggist and Op
tician Kyes tested tree of charge
Oat Flower constantly on nana.
801 Brad; street, Davenport. la
M ) a rsllahls. monthly, nwu'.atin medicine. Only harml 04
(be purest drug abeuld be uod. V joa want the beat, get
norantMd t eare
allnervonsol.rnse.siK-liasWeB Mrmnrf. "" r "!" rr
power tni.eiieratlveoiyaiis of either ki cirt
r i .icMKivn 11 of tobacco. oil urn
lead to Inflrnntr. Consumptli and Insanity. Con
Tent jiorket. Br msll prepaid In plain Imx win.
h.ll..raL iWUInm ttSaraer weatve
rill.. cnrMll.nr.rrrraH tb ;"' ULW
BKEal ail.. MmmIc TcaB4e. fkleaow.
Ullmeyer druggist 301 20th at
Coal Vallet, Oct. 4. Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Norton and daughter re
turned Wednesday from a 4-weeW
visit with relative's in Bucks county.
Samuel P. Gobat left for Chicago
Charles Gobat, of Cable, was in
the city Monday.
Hiss Ida Nelson is stopping with
friends in Rock Island.
Miss Jennie Ranson, of Rock Isl
and, was here Tuesday.
Hiss J. saurman, of Kock Island,
is the guest of Miss Clara Hass.
J he Black Diamond mine has not
got all of the water out of the mine
Kooert rsrown cas moved into one
of the houses belonging to the S. Go-
Robert Somerson is supplying his
customers witn coal, xne trade is
Mrs. illiam . lilcnn left Mon
day to attend a meeting of the O. E.
S. at Chicago.
George Wilson and Joseph Connley
went to Kock Island Monday to serve
as petit jurors.
Miss Minnie Martin is teaching
again in Cable. She has taught there
for a number of years.
Myers & Hintz are about ready to
put out coal. J heir mine is across
the road from i. lreeberc's.
W. H. II. Dow is attending the
grand lodge of the A. F. & A. M., as
a delegate at Chicago this week.
Mrs. ur. Huston arrived on the 2d
trom a month's visit with mends in
Champaigu and Vermillion counties.
Miss Mary A. Green commenced
her school in the Doxsee district last
week. This is her second term there.
Lev is & Wilson have been operat
ing all of the time. They are always
ready to supply the trade with good
Mrs. Robert Somerson, Jr., has
been visiting friends in Iowa for the
past 30 days, and will return this
Mrs. Elizabeth SutclifT, of ratter
son, N. J., is here visiting relatives.
Mrs. SutclifT is a daughter of Samuel
Jens Peter Anderson has bought
the lot on which the old Gobat home
stead stood. The house was burned
I he base ball boys are not so much
interested as they'have been, but if
any team will challenge them they
will take them up, as they have the
skill and determination to do so.
John T. Hass is busy supplying
his customers with brick. He has
burned five kilns and will burn two
more, and then will not fill all orders.
John J. Pryce's mine is doing a
good business. Mr. Pryce bas
doubled his force of miners in the
past two weeks. Business is on the
Mrs. James Wilson, of Henry
county, and Etta Rarton, have
returned from Pittsburg and vicin
ity, having attended the G. A. R. en
campment, and visited relatives there
The appraisers appointed to ap
praise the estate of W. S. Bailey, did
some work partly on Saturday. As
the work is extensive they did not
get through and will have to meet
again. Andrew Donaldson and John
C. Bailey were named as executors of
William Moore's new barn was
raised Saturday. It is the largest
one in that vicinity, being 72x42 feet,
20 feet post, with one of the most
compact foundations of stone. The
work was done by a practical me
chanic a bridge builder. Johnson,
of Orion, has the contract for the
The largest piece of coal that has
been taken out of any mine in this
vicinity, wa9 taken from R. Somer
son's mine in section 1, one mile
south. The depth of the strata
from which it was mined was four
feet, two inches. Its original weight
was 3.300 pounds, but it was so large
it would not pass the entry, so it had
to be made smaller. Ins present
weight is 2.700 pounds. It is now in
Davenport on exhibition.
There are enme acquaintances we wonld be
jrlad to cnt. Tiiey do a no credit and draw loo
lar ely upon oar kindnrss and onr cash. Other
acquaintance there are that drain enr life's
blood and aap oar vitality. Dyspepsia and its
accompanying evlln. impnre blood, mental de
pression, nightmares, fear and nervousness are
acqnain'a'crs to be dirposed of wi:h all celerity.
ileid this, ye sufferers! Tike Dr. Pierce's Gol
den Medical Discovery and your nnp'eaaant ac
quaintance, will soon be gone, for this sovereign
remedy drives out alt the imparities from the
system. The only bloo-i purifler so ccr aln In
curative action tuat it can be sold on trial. See
guarantee of care wi'.b bottle.
Royal Kuby" Ky. Whisky
Is a "Rye a is a Rye," naturally ripened and
re. from all foreign flavor and adulterants, guar
antced pare aid over eleven year of age, recora
mended to tbe connoisseur as a meritorious artl
cla worthy of tlx confidence of invalids, conva
lesocnta and the aged. Eee that our nam is
blown In bottle. 11.00 per quart bottle.
KOTAL RCBr" PORT WIKK
pare, old and mellow, therefore best adapted for
invalids, convalescents and the and. It restore
lost vitality, create strength and appetite, builds
no tne west aim neuiuutea. ttuana. ai. rtnu,
(0 cents. Pat np on honor and guaranteed bv
KOTAL WINS. CO Chlcaco.
Tor sale at Haroer Boose Pharmacy, and bj
William Clendenln. Molina.
"A Friend la Mewd la a riral laOsed."
A friend advised me to try Ely's
Cream Balm, and after using it six
weeks I believe myself cured of ca
tarrh. It is a most valuable remedy.
Joseph Stewart, 624 Grand avenue,
Brooklyn, N. Y. s
My son was afflicted with catarrh,
I induced him to try Ely's Cream
Balm, and the disagreeable catarrhal
smell all left him. He appears as
well as any - one. J. J. Olmstead,
Price of Cream Balm is 50 cents.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1894.
A FAT MAN'S DEED. s
IT-rr tfaTrnf'r Irrnr riiTn i alia Ties
ley Car Which Miarht B. Traa,
A very stout old Brooklyn frentleman
squeezed himself past two women on
Putnam avenue car and wedged in be
tween one of them and a man at the
other end of the seat The fit was such
a tight one that the women held their
breaths and assumed a pancake appear
ance. At the corner where the car turns
into Putnam avenue the fat man turned
like a big turret and put up a chubby
finger. The car stopped.
"Putnam avenue; Grand avenue and
Fulton street!" shouted the conductor.
The fat man settled back and resum
ed reading a newspaper, which he had
dropped in his lap.
"Want to getont here?" asked the
conductor, with his hand en the bell
rope. The fat man shook his head. There
was an angry twang of the cord, and
the trolley began to whiz.
At Nostrand avenue the chubby fin
ger went up again. . Tbe car stopped.
Nobody moved. Then the man who rings
np the fares got angry.
"See here," he exclaimed after he
had climbed along the step on the side
of the car until he was opposite the
fat man, "what do yon mean by telling
me to stop for when you don't want to
"Why," responded the mountain of
flesh as coolly as snrh a mass of adipose
could be cool, "the car jolts so that I
couldn't read this paragraph, which is
slightly blurred. I merely wanted to
have the car stand still until I had fin
ished it. That's all. Now, if you can
go along slowly without jolting, I will
be able to get along very nicely, but if
I come across another bad line or two
I'll put my hand back of my head, and
you stop. It's too much trouble for me
to turn around. "
The conductor's eyes twittered in the
orbits. lie placed his hand to his head
and uttered shriek after 6hriek. Reason
was shattered. He had become cross
eyed and insane. New York Mail and
A Kill ton Fnsxda.
A friend in need is a friend indeed,
and not less than one million people
have found just such a friend in Dr.
King's New Discovery for consump
tion, coughs and colds. If you have
never used this great cough medi
cine, one trial will convince you that
it has' wonderful curative powers in
all diseases of throat, chest and
lungs. Each bottle is guaranteed to
do all that is claimed or money will
be refunded. Trial bottles at Hartz
& Ullemeyer's drug store. Large
bottles 50c and 1.
w e desire to say to our citizens
that for vears we "have been selling
Dr. King's New Discovery for con
sumption. Dr. King's New Life pills
Bucklin's Arnica salve, and Electric
bitters, and have never handled rem
edies that sell as well, or that have
given such universal satisfaction.
We do not hesitate to guarantee them
everv time, and we stand readv to
refund the purchaser's price, if satis'
factory results do not follow their
use. These remedies have won their
great popularity on their merits.
r . My w.. ,
iiariz oz nicmeyer, aruggists.
BCCKLES'S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
hands, chilblains, corns and all skin
eruptions, and positively cures
piles or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. tor sale bv Hartz & Lllcmevcr.
The B-, C. R. & N. railway will run
homeseekers' excursions Sept. 11,
Sept. 25 and Oct. 9. Tickets on sale
to points in northwestern Iowa.
southwestern Minnesota and South
Dakota, at a rate one fare, plus 12
for the round trip. Good 20 davs
from date of sale.
Tickets at the above rate will also
be sold to points in Kansas, Nebras
ka, Missouri, Colorado," Wyoming,
Utah, Montana, New Mexico, Mani.
toba, Tennessee, Mississippi, Ala
bama. Louisiana, Arkansas. Indian
Territory, Oklahoma and Texas.
Full particulars will be furnished
by ticket agents. J. Morton,
Gen. Tkt. and Pass. Agt.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Daniel Welinter once sat for his nor
trait to the late G. P. Healy. and the
senator's remark when be surveyed the
completed picture became one of the
artist s favorite anecdotes in after vears.
"I think," said Webster as he looked
at his counterfeit presentment, "that is
a face I have often shaved." Healy
found Andrew Jackson a disagreeable
ana unwilling "subject," and he com
pensated himself bv naintimr old Hick
ory with absolute fidelity to nature, not
glossing a single defect The portrait
gives Jackson an ugly, savage and pal
lid face. Chicago Herald.
J. W. Heiley, of Batavia, N. Y..
conductor on the N. x. C. railway,
and one of the best known men on the
road, says of Parks' Tea: For 10 years
i nave sunerea Trom constipation,
Tried everything and found nothing
oi lasting value. Having heard so
many talking of Parks' Te, I tried it
without much hope. The first dose
moved my bowels easily and now I
am cured. It works like magic. Sold
oy nariz at Liiemeyer.
The C M. & St. P. railway will
run their home seekers' excursions
on the following dates: Sent. 11 and
25, and Oct. 9. Rate one first-class
tare plus f2. Tickets good to return
zu days irom date of sale.
E. D. W. Holmes, Agent
MARKETS BV TELEGRAPH.
Kew Twrk FtsMUseteL
Saw Yon a, Oct. a.
Honey oa call easy. Offered at 1 per cent.
Prima mercantile paper, afl-V4 per cant.;
aterhnfr excfa.nire firm mrona wtaal fanataesa
in bankers' Mils HiHAr.H6H f.w demand and
for sixty days; posted rate. 4bu)
7fe. Commercial bilta 444 4M.
Silver certificate. S3 bid: no sales; bar afl
Ter.CHi. Mexican dollar. 51 H.
United States hrmd. t'a refrntar. 11:
do 6'sconpoua, 1M: dot's resml.r. IllMie.llsH;
do 4a coupons, 1U? 1 14t; do Ta, regular. 13
bid; Pacific 'a of H lin.
Chieasa Ova la aad rradaaa.
Chicaoo, Ort. S.
Following were the quotations on tbe Hoard
of Trade today: Wheat October, opened
rioted ac; Denrmbsr. opued &Ufcc,
choed 53c; May, oprard SttVac, rlosod Vr,
Corn October, opened 4r, ckiasd :;
December, opeaed 47c rluwxt 47V-: May,
opened 4Wr, closed 494r. Oats-October,
opened T c, cloeed SSr; IsBrrmbsr. opened
ZPHA closed 9r; May. opened H closed
Sic. 1'ork October, opened t . ckswd
$12!-, January, opened Jl-'-TTH. rinsed flf.SSi,.
Lard-Oi t iber. nponed ;!. closed 7 "TV,
Produce Butter Extra creamery. tSc
per lb; extra dairy, So; packing stock. I2t4a
f.trtr l.c per do. hs off. Itv. ponliry
Chicken. 4X.?Mc per lb; docks. ;wac:
turkeys. s-r; frees. a.MwVJii per doa. Potatoes-
Bitrlnnks. Xrttsr per Iw; lieuron.
Swtlc; Rose. SftftiBc; early Ohio, aOla
Sweet pttaioe. Illinois. l.jai per bbl.
Apples Common to rbot-e, SI.(lXj.t.nn per
l14. Crn 1 errl fane. Cod. choice. SsvoirA
.." per bbl; tt bGiXi! per 1-ba bos. Hooey
Wnu9 clover. 1-lb sections, new Mock. 1
IMic; broken rmb. Inffi 13c; dark comb. pior
pactagm. strained California. 5Q4c per lb.
Cr.teaco Un Mock.
Chicaoo. Oct. S.
nvs t-'to V-Prirasat the Union Stock yards
today ranged as follows: Hum Estimated
receipt for tbe day. aun; sales ranged
t?.m..4te pig. S4.Tir.t.i.4l light, t4.TilS4.sei
rough packing. S-4.NVJ ..Vi mixed, and SAMkit
a... heavy packing and shipping Int.
Cattle Kecelpta for the dav, IT.flrjrt; a nota
tions ranged at (-'..VlAIS rhoioe to extra
shipping steers, S4.ua-Vl irond forbotr do.
til.lsitf4.au fair to good. f-l.tY-M 1 common to
medium do, 3.1.'i;i;i butchers' steers, 3.ai
t!2. attskem. S2.,13.40 feMiers, lvrj!n
cow-, (3.iii;LAI heifers, t.:d-.tf bulls.
r-':'?AHi Texas steer. $3;V4,4.I wastera
rangers, and JfS.0H4t-S.-V real calve.
iSfaecp and Ijimbs Receipts for tbe dar.
14,n: pii.-es ranged at $I.UKI3M western.
lf.(.-;.;o Texan. (l.rtaJ nntiraa, and (Liu
Cntraeo. O t. 4 Wheat higher, rssh Vic
i " v . ,71 v.tii ii bi -nrr. r li . nuc. Slav r . r
O t b gher. cash. WV -. Fork lowcr.e ieh. tiS He.
1 . wl I. . - v. . mn n.i . .
Bav T"noin. fl$1: anlaad llKt.1t:
vua,(9tj;iniii.ii. 33 ; oaieo. r.
Batter Pair t choice, SOc ; creasaery, S4c.
ggs Prash. 114 c-
Pnultrv nrina ohlckena. larce. tx .' so
per uju u.
ram in vxbtlb.
Onions Mic per ha
Rluebemes-O a case.
Orapes-Sc per lb.
Cattls Butchers pay for enra fid wterra
4ff4e; eowa and kalfata, SMOuiV ; cal.s
Spring lamb t SflCtB a head.
Coal Soft, .nc
Sbe Was Til In d.
"A poor, sick man, who has a blind
wife, solicits a trifle! "
"But where is your wife?
"She is standing at the door looking
ml f tka iwilincniiiii Ts.i -,., m T a
"T0 not be deceived
The following brands of
White Lead are still made by the
" Old Dutch" process of slow cor
rosion. They are staadard, aad
The recommendation of
"Southern,-' "Red SeaV
44 Shipman,'' " Fahnestock."
to j-ou by your merchant is an
evidence of his reliability, as he can
sell you cheap ready-mixed paints
and bogus White Lead and make a
larger profit Many short-sighted
dealers do so.
Foa Colobs. National Lead Co.'s Pare
White l.cad Tinting Colors, a one-pound can to
a 25-pound keg of Lead and em your owa
paints. Saves time and annovance in matching
shades, and insures the beat paint that a at
possible to put on wood.
Send us a postal card and get our book oa
pain Is and color -card, free; it will probably
save you a good auny dollar,
NATIONAL LEAD CO.
State and Fifteenth Street, Chicago,
wigra PCLtrrt tim tmM ttoavatfr
known to science for diseaar of the NCSIVCS.
8ILOOO d BRAIN tl Imrx.rVa't 3 f
ons of the analoiuv that shonid art In onlsnn.)
VmarmnUrd to prrmattntlr car Nervous Proa
tratlon. Seminal Weakness, Failing Memory,
Broken Sleep or Restlessness. Headache. Ueneral
i"a?hu101; Ifbu7; rOT MANHOOD,
Nightly Emlasions, VarTcvcele. Fiermtorrfa'ia;
Pimple, and all the evfl effects of youthful
errors, overwork and over-indulgence of any
nature. It (one up tkf enire sysfna and create
new viaw ui asuia aaa aoow (at cituer (ex.)
NO CHARGE UNLESS CURED.
Co ertota CW. ,1 to is. Advice and cir
culars iter, li vou suner write to us and w. wis
tell you the best remedy for your ease. TIM
WIS PELLET CO., St S. Clark St.. CttKAQO,
Buggies, Spring and
Pay you to
Call and get our
Low prices before buying.
lalxniilactTirers ol FARU.SPRINQ AHD FREIGHT WAG0E3
A fall and eempleta la. of Hatform and other epnrig Wagon. awpecwDy aaaptaa tataa
Wmmtb trad..of sawariar worksiaBship aad Sntrk riaatr4d frtcs Last free ea
Jicatioa. Meetae MOLik WUO bafor parcbaalnc
Remember that you can always find the latest styles
and largest assortment in the tri-cities at
Mason's Carriage Works
T. F. BURKE.
Steam and Gas Fitters.
Reck lsl::1 Heating
ni Plslag Co.
Hot Water Heating
119-121 E. 17th St.
Rock Island, 111. Tel. No. 1288
Sols Agent for the Fnrman.
JOHS M. PARIUon.
PimiDorj a gout
FAFZS EA27QXSS, CALSOimiXllS. tte.
SHOP, 419 SfTtcUonlh St.. SOCZ ISLA27S, ILL.
OFFICE. WO: 2821
Shop on Vin 8trMt
Contractor and Builder.
Plumbero, Steam, Gaa Fittero.
House Hsating and Sanitary Plr.nbin.'. Basement Rock bland NaL Baakj
ttlltreailfc street awtweea
first and Becaad even.
Mail trad especial It aollcUae'
r" " - 1
Of Carriages, Harness,
Laprobes, Whips, etc.
Sec and Treas
BEVBI A. PAKtDOa
j ZXom Horue.
Retddanes. 410 Soreoth atraet.