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THK AKBTJ& THUB8DAY. MAY 14; ;1896.:
Until farther notice we will give, free of charge, to each customer
who ha purchased
$10 WORTH OF DRY GOODS
t our store, one of the many useful articles mentioned below, ud which
we bar oa display In our wA window. Ton can take your choice.
LIST OF ARTICLES TO BE GIVEN AWAY:
1 Larllsn 8 MM Wlt
Uim nirW, aukU u. best Bsunal.
ILadlaV Wrapper- , . ,
W' , mi o fast colored Uat
1 Ladina' Vast
rare l.k Jrrwy flbbca.
use of is brat II aoraeta.
1 C B a La Hptrlte Corsst
Om f is. beat 11 sonata.
1 Kab" Htirh Bant Corset
VmhIUh UcMti corsets.
1 Beautiful Fan-
1 Ladles' Umbrella, fancy handle.
S Pairs LartiaV Hose
Mao fHt.pilced seel.
8 PMr Ladles' Hota-11,-nn.ilorf
iljre, alt:a4 bseL
1 Pair Lamina' 8-Button Mous
qouaire f tlaoe O.oves.
1 Lila' Handkerchief
Ail Itaes, rant embrulilcted.
Fine Purses and Card Cases.
1 Large Rag. moib.
1 Fine Leather Musio Roll.
1 Fine Leather Collar a Cuff Box.
1 Fine Lamp.
You need not buy tlu-St 0 worth at once, but can have the amount
of your purrhane from 5 cents upward inuiclieri on your ticket, which we
furnish, and when your purchases reach the sum of 310 you take your
KLOG-HASLER DRY GOODS CO.
217. 2I7X W. Second St., Davenport, la.
Will be produced, gentlemen, in the
appearance of your feet after you put
oi a pair of those handsome tans we
In Three Shades.
1704 Second Ave.
It's a Fair and
Square Flat-footed Fact
that we have reduced the price of all
the Furniture, Carpets, Mattings, Drap
eries, Stoves, Crockeryware, Bedding,
etc., wt've got in stock. There are no
exceptions and no half-way work, but
$2? Gasoline Stove
G. 0. HUCKSTAEDT.
1109 and 1811
1 Snlt nnta TInf1TW)r
fcllvr frry iUIbruan. with beat qual
ity saisaa nana, ana snue pean m
1 Oe-.ts Umbrella
1 Gents' Colored Laundered
1 0p'"Whit Launder 1 Shirt
MM dollar shift bade.
1 nnta TW V Mack Tia
Hwlii of epleodia qaautr of brocadad
4 Pair riant.' Rnu-
U luou doabla tola, Daraudorf ore.
lOPalr f-n ' Half tins '
Very anod quality, la black, brown and
8 O-n's' Hndltrchlefs
All linen sod hemstitched
1 Tapestry Table Cover
Knuyavl. mud anlah, neat patterns.
1 Dozen Napkins 18-lneh, all linea
I.nrliaa' T")rs Ptt"rn
Alit jr.ir1 la wash goods. A aiana
luaiici l-uiuu ami zepajrr fiagaaais
Steriing Silver Penholders.
Sterling Silver Paper Cotters.
Fancy Hair Ornaments-
them before buying else-
Every cut Is to
The very quick.
LONG DISTANCE TALK.
.BMrleaa Tetoe-a.a. C saapany Which
The American Telephone and Tel
egraph company, wh.ch is the only
long distance company in the United
States confining its. operations to
communication between cities, and
which is now seeking a franchise
in Rock Island county a the hands
of the county board and of the city
council of Kock island, is a corpora
tion which has been gradually creep
ing westward in recent years, it
now has its wires in successful oper
ation to all the leading cities of the
east, including ew York, Philadel
phia. Baltimore. Washington, etc..
n a has come west to Chicago and has
built south to Louisville aod Nssh-
ille. Li tea are now being extended
from Terra Haute to St. .Louis con
necting with the main trunk and
ill be in operation bv the time of
the republican national convention.
Another line is to be constructed
from Chicago wen to the Mississippi
river at Kock Island, with branches
to Peoria. Gale&burg, Blooming ton.
etc. Rock - island is to become the
terminus of this main line to the
Mississippi, which is as far as the
company will go, it is probable. It
is Hoped n con ent is given to have
this line in operation by the time of
the national democratic convention.
The company does its own cou
struclion, uses only the best of ma
terial in the way of copper wire and
metallic circuits, and if it succeeds
in gutting into Rock Island as. in
deed, it seems reasonable it should
our people will have a chance to
hear the voices of loved ones down
at the seashore the coming season.
COAL VALLKY CULLIX OS.
Coal Valiev. May 12. Mrs. Wil
liam Wood, of Kock Island, visited
her folks from Friday until Monday
t. ay lor is home on a short va
Our assessor, S. D. Pace, has com
menced his work.
B. Medtsler made a business
trip here Saturday.
Kicks Calaban and Jacob Staser
ofski visited Sherrard Tuesday.
Mrs w liiiam Henderson, of Orion,
visited he folks and returned Mon
Air. and Mrs. J. S. Stoddard were
here Sunday. They now reside in
John W . Pryce is attending the ex
animation of the Miners1 association
W. J. Franiuz was on our streets
Sunday. He seems to have an at
tachment for Coal Valley.
J. S. Coxte, of gool roads and com
monweal iani9, sp ke in the hall sat
nrday afternoon. There was a fair
The Jabobs contest was put o(I till
Saturday the 16th. It will be in the
ball. An interesting time will be
bail. Open at 8 p. m.
Miss Phoebe Lund died at the
county farm of consumption last
week. She was insane and one of
her parents is similarly afflicted.
Uustave Krapp, our new street and
allev overseer, has commenced to im
prove the streets. It is expected
tbat good work will be done, as Mr.
Krapp is a hustler.
Cokuova, May 12. Roy Ben way
pent Sunday at home.
Miss uiass. oi Brooklyn, jn. i., is
visiting relatives here.
1. C. 1 urty, of Bockford, is here
for a few davs on business.
There was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Green May 11, a boy.
J. H. buck ley returned home from
the Indian territory Saturday.
' Mrs. J. Schmeltzer came down
from Thompson and spent Monday
witn ner parents.
1 ne Hillsdale baseball nine will
play against the home nine at the
Cordova ball park May 30.
Mrs. K. C. Cool, of Bock Island
who is ill at J. A. Cools, is reported
some better at this writting.
James Ong. F. H. Ong and W. II
PI v mire attended R. IngersoH's lee
ture at Davenport Thursday night.
lne public school win close Alay
19. The teachers and scholars will
enjoy a picnic on the Mound Wednes
The G. A. R. and members of dif
ferent societies will arrange a very
pleasing program to be rendered Dee
Jerrcd Sexton and granddaughter,
Miss Nellie Sexton, who have spent
tbe last few months In Milwaukee,
arrived home Monday.
Toar Boy Waa't Lira a Month.
So Mr. Gilman Brown, of 34 Mill
street. South Gardner, Mass., was
told by the doctors. His son had
lung trouble, following typhoid ma
laria, and he spent (375 with doc
tors, who finally gave him up, sav-
ing: "Your boy won't live
month." He tried Dr. King's New
Discovery and a few bottles restored
him to health and enabled him to go
to work a perfectly well man. He
says he owes his present good health
to the nse of Dr. King's New Dis
co very, and knows it to be the best
in the world for long trouble. Trial
bottles free at Harti A Ullemever
On and after May 15 agents of the
C B. I. a r. Kail way company will
be authorized to sell excursion
tickets at greatly redneed rates to
the various summer resorts located
on or reached via this line. Many
attractive combinations of rail and
steamer . journeys are offered thi
season at low rates of fare. Before
arranging for your summer outing
call on nearest Rock Island Route
agent or address John Sebastian, G.
P. T. A , Chicago. 111., or L. M.
Alien, G. A. P. D., Davenport, la. - :
THE UNION'S MACHINE;
g Paper's Maw Tbanljaa te Opar-
Tbe Union of this morning gave
sample of the work of its new Mer-
genthaler linotype machine, which it
hopes to bave m complete operation
in a few days. The linotype is a
marvelous invention,' and while facil
itating and thereby increasing the
resources of the mechanical depart
ment of a paper, contributes in an
incalculable degree to the artistic ap
pearance of the paper wmca is its
product. Aside from this tne high
speed attained in the matter of com
position is an item wnicn is oi the
gieate&t consequence. especially
bere a machine is expected to take
tbe p'ace of a number of skilled
Tbat the typesetting machine is
to become an essential auxiliary to
the mechanical department of the
newspaper of the future does not ad
mit of a doubt, and the Union is to be
congratulated on the fine prospect
before it as iadi ated by the initial
showing this morning.
South Heights, Mav 14 Mr. and
Mrs. South vi-ited at the home of
Mrs. C." C- Kirsch Wednesday.
A. F. chmid. the assessor of South
Rock Island, commenced his work
Dr. V. l, aiivis is building a nice
Z-storv residencs on feignteentti av
enue just west of his father's hme.
A number of the family of J. C
Irvin have been afflicted with the
mumps for the last few day, but
are reported better.
Mr. and Airs. George wood and
danghter. Miss Jennie, visited at the
borne of Mr. " Greenwood, of South
Moline, the first of the week.
Miss Bettie Irvin left . for Alexis
Wednesday to attend the commence
ment exercises. Miss Irvin grad.
oated from the Alexis schools last
School closed today lor tbe sum
mer vacation. The usual picnic will
be held Friday at the grove near the
school honse. A good time is antici
pated by the children.
Mrs. Gnstarson and .danghter
Edna, left early Wednesday morning
for their home at Denver, after
visit of nearly three months at the
home of her father. 15. 11. Redeker,
and other relatives.
Between 1 and 2 o'clock last Fri
day morning the people in the neigh
borbood of Seventeenth street and
Eighteenth avenue were aroused
from their sleep by the cry of "mur
der." It is supposed that it was
William Settle, who claimed to have
been robbed on his way from town
as related in The Arqcs at the lime.
9 Katie McQnaid to John ftrover,
e 20 feet lot 5, block 6, Spencer
Case's add.. Rock Island, $1,000.
John T. Brown to David Brown
Sr . lots 4. 5. 6. 10, 11 and 12, block
lots 4, 5. 6, 10. 11 and 12, block 4
Highland Park, 1.
William Stewart to Michael
Concannon. wl lots 1 and 4, block
13, Chicago or lower add.. Rock I
Charles Larson to Daniel Maroney.
lot 4, block 4 Gen. Rodman's add..
Rock Island, $1,500.
11 N. D. Bradley by heirs to C.
M. Bradley et al, und lot 8 and 9
block 12, village of Milan, $1.
JN. lJ. Bradley by heirs to Gertrude
Bradley, und lot 12, block Z. Wil
Ham Dickson's add., Milan, und lot
7, block 12, village of Milan, f 1
Anna Crawford to M. B. Under
wood, lots 7 and 6, block 12, village
of Hampton. $100.
M. G. rield to A. jr. Schmid, lot
3, Jackson's subdiv., sej 2, 17, 2w
N. D. Bradley by heirs to C. D
Bradley, und? (25 55 100 acres) w
set 23. 17. 2w. und2 lot 6, block
William Dickson's add., Milan, und
lot 7, block 12, village of Milan. $1
IS. V. Bradley by heiis to C. M
Bradley, nnd 33. 17. 2w, undj lot 5
bloc 6, William Dickson's add.
Milan, und J lot 7, block 12. village
oi Milan, s l.
Sarah K. Grove and Emma Karr to
Daniel Larson, acre ne set 24, 19
Ueented to Wed.
James R Weir Moline
Mis Delia V. Clayton Davenport
Mis Ida May Perry Moline
An Educator al Morals In Credits.
Every retail merchant in this city
should be instructed in the Burnell
Credit Rating Report of Rock Island
county. ' It is the only system that
rates the consumer by actual experi
ence, and it gives proper and just
credit, where credit is due. It gives
me creou rating oi tbe very be
paying people in your city, thus giv
ing you ine best opportunity to se
lect the best paying peop'e for you
customers. In fact it is an educa
tor of morals in credits. The re
quired number of members to com
plete the work is almost secured, and
every merchant should see that his
name is among that number. John
X. Paxton, special agent, is no
making the canvass, and when the
few remaining members are obtained
tbe book will be delivered, and the
system placed la working order
Rock Island county.
It's an old saying that "the proof
oi tne pudding is in the eating of it
And it is because people have taken
Simmons Liver Regulator that they
know it to be a most excellent med
cine and. especially for the spring
and fall when there is so murh ma
laria in the air. Mr. W. T. Lee,
Pendleton. N. C, says: "I have used
Simmons Liver Regulator for
years, in place of colomel and qui
Variety, the pine of life.
Can easily be had.
Then show that you are up to date.
And use a '-wanted'' ad.
H. N. Hansen is in Morrison on
William Blasehke's steam
boose. 1412 Fourth avenue.
Miss Nellie Reeves, of Norwalk.
Iowa, Is here on a visit to her sister,
Mrs. J. W. .-ay.
Only one fare for the round trip te
democratic national convention at
Chicago. July 7 th, via C , B. I. P.
At the Latter Day Sints hall in
Bnrrall's b'ock' oa Second avenue
Elder Pitt, of Chicago, will deliver
an address at 7:15 this evening
Today's- excursion to Peoria as ar
ranged bv i he Young People's society
oi tne united fresbyterlan church
was elimly attended owing no doubt
to tbe uncertainty of the weather.
Only one fare for the round trip to
the annual meeting of Baptist Young
Pe p'e's union at Milwaukee, June
16-ls. via C. B. I. & P. railway
Best service and quickest time by
this route through Chicago.
General Superinte dent A. J. Hitt
and Division Superintendent C. L
Nichols, of the Rock Island, came in
on the former's private car today, and
altera sho't interview with looal
officials, return-d to Chicago.
Clem E. Seidl. of What Cheer.
Iowa and Miss Mary E. Thomas, cf
this city, were married yesterday
afternoon at the home of Mr. and
Mr. Charles LaPorte, 2615 Fifth
avenuo by Bev. T. W. Grafton.
One fare for the round trip to
Omaha, August 15, 17 and 18, via C
R. I. & P., account of annual conven
tion Young People's Christ inn union.
Three fast trains daily in each direc
tion, via C, R. I. & P. railway.
Wednesday and Thursday of text
week occurs the convention cf the
Rock Island County Women's Chris
tian Temperance union at Hillsdale
in the Methodist church. There will
be several addresses on timely and
important topics. Among those
who will speak are Mrs. J. F. Hun.
toon. Rev. E. P. Brand, Mrs. M. E.
Metzgar and Mr. J. N. Stephens.
The city authorities are congratu
lating tbemelvrs on the fact that
Ringling Bros.' shows, which exhibit
bere Wednesday next, make a featnre
of their own detective and police de
partment, and are thus enabled . to
prevent the depredation of crooks
and gamblers who too frequently fol
low other shows. An orderly day is
always assured wherever Ringling
Brooks's Band nt HukMlan Bamch.
Lovers of popular music will
have the opportunity of hearing the
greatest popular music band in the
wor.d at Manhattan beach, formerly
Offer man's island, next Saturday.
The famous Chicago Marine band.
T. P. Brooke, conductor, which today
is considered the best band in Amer
ca, has been secured for the opening
attraction at this resort and will give
two concerts Saturday, one in the
afternoon at S and the other at 8
o'clock in the evening. One or more
instrumental solos will be given at
each concert and lovers of good music
have a real treat in store. - In case of
rain the concerts will be given at the
Burns opera nonse.
Did Ton Ever
try Electric Bitters as a remedy for
your troubles? If not. get a bottle
now and get relief. This medicine
has been found to be particularly
adapted to the relief and cure of all
remale Complaints, exerting a wob-
deriui direct influence In giving
strength and tone to the organs. If
you have loss of appetite, constipa
tion, headache, fainting spells or are
nervous, sleepless, excitable, melan
choly or troubled with dizzy spells.
Electric Bitters is the medicine you
need. Health and strength are guar
anteed by its use. Large bottles
only 50c at Harts' & Ullcmeyer's
County Commltta M
The members of the democratic
county, committee are hereby re
quested to meet at the Harper honse,
nock Island, Wednesday, May 20, at
11 a. m., for the purpose- of desig
nating a date for the holding of the
county convention. A full attend
ance is desired.
T. S. Si l v is. Chairman.
William McEsikv, Secretary.
a V KINDT & OTTO
. . GRAND OPENING
Saturday, May, 16.
T P BROOKE,
CON Micro 1.
Gturrtsr roroui auaie
mud in thk woilo.
MISS SlSVl SAnlMIS,
pmna Donna aoane .
Also one or more band aolo
. ista at every oonostt,
i fie noon at S . Evening at 8. Two Coo
PRICE Ic!; bit trie 25c
la oaaa of had aaber lbs concerts wil
l.k pi cm at tiis Hunts opera Hoaas at
irsuiar noaas piees Boats tear iaadii
IS a si ani at l p s as
V- a- - .
AT WHOLESALE PRICES?)
WE ' ARE GOING OCT
AND SEE THE GREAT
Pretty bed room sets $13 each.
Very large sideboards quarter
sawed oak an t polish - finished,
large French-plate mirrors; great
bargains at $15 ...
Nice sideboards as low as $10.
Birch combination bookcase and
writing desk $15; oak at $10.
Ladies' writing desk, very pret
ty, as low as $5.
Nice large bookcases at $5.25.
Fine hall racks,' quarter-sawed,
polish finished oak, large French
mirror at $7.
. Fine china closets at $9 each.
Bird's-eye maple center tables at
Matting at 10c a yard and up.
W. S. HOLBROOK,
03, os, 107 East Second street,
At the Lowest Living Prices.
Summer Underwear, all qualities at 25c to $3.
Shove the Dollars our way and we'll shove
STEWART, the Hatter.
"ROYALS ARE LOYAL!"
ROYAL LIMITED. LADY ROYAL.
CONCEDED BT .ALL THAT HAVE SEEN THEM
TO BE THE FINEST MACHINE IN THE WORLD
FOR THE MONET. PATENT SPROCKET ADJUST
MENT. PATENT ADJUSTMENT HANDLE BAB.
WILSON MOLINE BUGGY CO.,
BICYCLE DEPARTMENT. ' Moline. 111.
THE PLACE TO BlJY
Room Mouldings. Pictures. Picture
Frames and Window Shades is at the
Adams Wall Paper Company,
BENNETT S Glove Store
' " " " fi j". -,.
For all the Leading
BaseBaU, Boxing Tenni& Goods
i- . IS, - t '' I - . : i - . 1 '- i.1 t 4 f v J
WW WvWiia HlbnaJ
Best all wool Carpets, 50c per
remnants. 40c per
Very heavy half wool Carpets.
30c per yard.
A few pieces of Bvly Brussels
left at 85c; Boxbury Tapestry Car
pets at 65c. .
Good Tapestry Carpets, at 50c
Tapestry Portion as low as $2 95
Best Opaque shading by the yard
in all widths very cheap to close
All wool ingrain rugs, large line
of French Wilton. Moquet and
Smyrna rugs very low.
Aim Is to Seli
tf and tijTwrtwittoth trw
Styles in Strrincr
Gloves. Also a full