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' jIZ mm ! w 'ff ww Mjjei i mm mum VOL. X.VXIV. NO. C UNDERSELL all Meaning Word in Is tl ie Ready Gush ami L:irgn GOLDEN ooo ttttt h l O T II il T U II II NN It It N N N tl 11 II If N N 11 II II N N N () HUH It 1IN N NO H H II N N N ii Hit H HIIN N N tl O 11 I IN NNU 11 II UN NN OOU UO'U l.l.J.f.l, ooo -TO ItUV AND SKIX- Cheaper than any Competing House. O.u Mammoth Store is literally packed with the Latest Styles of New Fall Goods, consisting of Men's, Hoy's ami Childrens Clothing, Hats, Gaps ami Furnishings, and if our Low Pkioks will accomplish our object, we shall succeed. While other Mer chants generally mark' New Goods up and reduce them only near the end of the season, we have marked all of our New Fall Goods at the lowest rock-bottom prices from which there will never be any deviation or reduction. GENTLEMEN Wc call yimr attention to our Murcliaut Tailoring IX'imrlvnont. Wo nlwiivs curry tint Largest Assortment, and i re making Clothing to order 15 pel tent cheaper than otlier Tailors change. Ladies anil Oentlemen are welcome, to look over o'.ir now stock, whether you purchase or not, wo shall receive you with courtesy. The Golden Eagle Clothing Store Post Office A. LOISB, Mang'r. J. 13. ZIMMER, MM MMKI M M M M M M !W M K M M M -- V M &1 M M K M ii M M IS M Al 111 Kl: KKl.KKK OOOO 1! NN N 1 N N N N N N N N N It K I : It It tl K HUH It ii I II A A llllltl A A III) It tl A A A N KO (111 II A AN It IX't'U H 11 A AN Has received his Slock of FA.H,L AJSTD WIN rP EE BISU1TINGS,S V1STI3 OVERCOATINGS, A larger and liner stock than ever. No. 1810 Second Avenue, Rock Island, 111. Our Fall Importations of y y Suitings and Overcoatings t&r j are replete with nil the t)' y" ' Novelties of the yV W ' We challenge y y yfjs .s comparison in our of Hals 'h1 Men's J y Furnishing Goods generally. DAVIS Deeue's Block, Moline, 111. Telephone the Commercial World (Juantilics enables tin; EAGLE SSSS T'lTI'T (HM1 TO. Hit KI'.HIC H 8 T O 4) It If K H T O OH KH H TOOK UK KSSS T O O ItllltU UK H T O I) It Hl H T O O It KK H H T O O K K K SSSS T OOO U KKKKB Block, Rock island, Illinois. AAA III, A A H I. a aii li 1 1. r & CO., PLUMBERS Steam Fitters. A complete stock of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing, Hose, Fire Brick, Etc. Sole agents' for Water Motors for Sewing Ma chines, Etc., Deane Stream Pumps, Novelty Force Pumps, Safety Heating Boilers, and Con tractors for furnishing and Lay ing Water, Gas and Sewer Pipe. 1712 First Ave., ' Rock Island, Illinois. . Telephone 1HS. -jeideoce Telephone IOiT. PLEADS TO BE HEARD. JUDGE VINCENT'S APPEALS TO THE POWERS THAT BE ilet by MiTa ltertual. U GlM Bltn i lluai-IiiK On Ills YVy l Washing ton Auyliow Tlie OhloCouut . I'd i I leal Notes. FantaFk. N. M. Oct ii4, Tlio following telegraphic correspond unco, which has beeu going on between Judge V in ceti t and tbo Wahintou oil ici uls, was Tbursdity made ptiblia Banta Km, N. M., Oct. Sa To tub Hon. A. IL Haul, an v, Attohnev Uknkiial, VV Asius.itMN, i. C, Can 1 have yuur per-utthwl-'i. Ui titai-t for WuKbiiiiftou WeJotiKiuy uf tenioony Pie iso unswr iinmediivU'ly. William A. -Vinuknt. Vasiii(it(v. I). (' . OeL 'ill 9:50 a. ni Thk Hon William A. Vincbnt, Santa hit: i imvo no ptjrnasaKiii to give, as yuur Miji'iisiun by tbo pivfildant in absolute. Yuur buccoss or will by a i pointed witUin a day or two. A. H. Oakland, Attorney Uoneral. Ranta Kk, N. M., Oct 21. To Grovkr Cllvklanii, Wasuinoton, D. C. Attorney Gunoml Un luiiii inform mo my suuponsion in aUsuluto, and I eorne.-itly protest HKHiii-t hich summary action, with out even a bearing, wbereby my character is ruined forever, ttnd appeal to your seme iiiaiibutKl and justice for a bearing in order to alu.w that I have beeu an upright jinle. 1 can roach Washington in four days iintl refute any cliaro-i againnt rae. Will 3'iu not Ku-poml further action until my tu rival lluiiiuss caji not sull'er, as there are no court for ten weejis I'lotm answur to day. William A. Vincent. Wahminuton Citv, Oct, lib To thb ITon William A. Vincent, Santa Fr: The dispatcH ( f the attorney general was ap proved by luu and tlio an mo will ba udltered to, becatiHD uin the concede I fautn we are convincml tliat a change Is demanded. Uboveu Clkvkland. Santa Fk, N. M., Oct. 21. To Ghovkh Cklyki.anii, l'KKainENT. Wahhington Citv: The full facts are not before you. I have Kent thorn to the attorney geueral by mad to-day. I am not flu;lttiit(( for the of lice, bub my good lmiuo. Please read my tat'. ment on its arrival. William A. Vincent. The Htutomout in writing above referred to is a volutniiinu document, and gives the jndga'a rontons for naming 8, W. Poraey ns a enmmissioupr to draw the jury in Cot fax county, and also reviews the work which Judge Vincent has accomplished during hi turtn as chief justice. Judge Vincent b'ft Thursilay morning for his former borne at Muring Held, Ills., and there be will meet and confer with Congressman Hprinor and other friondi, after which ho will proceed to Washington. The Court Will Decide. Cincinnati, Out 24 The ofHcial vote of Hamilton county wu.s completed Thurstlay. It a Democratic majority of from 1&)D to bi)0 on the sharply-contested Eenatorial ticket. The footings in the returns from more than a score of precincts did not cor ro-tpond with the tallies Some of the change favored the Hpublicaus, but more the Ltamoerata. Upon the decision of two cases now in court here hangs the complexion of the next state senut1, and po.ssibly thitof the Uniteil SUites aL'iiato ufwr next Alurolu In one case before the common pleas it is atdted that the tainiHirary injunction granted Thursday night be male permanent to restrain Clerk Dill ton fruin i-suiii certificated of election to tlio candidates hIiowii by the re turns to have the ldghe.it number nf votes. Tliero is tm intimation from the bench that the inj'itH'ti n will Lie continue 1, nt lea.st till a division i given on a petition for a writ of itbinrrnmus which will Iw hoard in the circuit court next Monday, and which a-.ks that Clerk Dal ton be ordered to eaiiviv-B the returns in a prajer way, and be instruct d to throw out returns from live certain wards illegally counted on their mm by him. The Demo era tii plurality in these live precincts ap )ear.s al 1,5 J4. In another mit already de cided the judo explicitly statod that there wire votes illegally cast at the prociuet in tpietion. If these are thrown out all the Republican legislative candi lutes save one will be elected. As it stands now they bim all defeated. If the certificates are issued to the Demo era Ik- legislative candidates, who are on the face of the re burin entitled t j them, the Democrats woul 1 have twenty of the thirty seven mumbers of the son a to, nni by con trolling one house woull ba able to prevent the Kepublicaus from undoing any of tin partisan work of tlio last legislature, which has been a great point with the latter nil through the campaign. Still the ktepnblicnus, baring a Urge majority in the other bouso, would have a majority of three on joint ballot, and, if united, would elnct u Unitod States renator. Tho narrow majority, however, exposes thorn to groat danger, and they tnu-t forego all hope of gutting control of Cincinnati, Clovohmd, ami Columbus. Senator Cirmari I mips uii Add rets. Ba i.tim-iik, Oct. 4 Senator Oortunu bus i sued nn add re s to tho pjopl) of Mnrylniid, in whieh h-s culls upon them not to let tho Democracy g i out of power, ospecisliy in Pj.iltiinoro, nt it would enduuger the state ami a United Stites otiator. De indttr.-es the cour se of Kituue Diguis, and says ho believes that the head uf ev?ry state or. municipal department Hhould have to the powor of seloctiug mtn upon whom ho inn t depend for tho faithful performance of the work for uhich he i resp nsible. The Maisacbuattt methods favored by Dor man K Eitou, ho claim t, will novor gnin foothold in Maryland. Senator Cor man fired his fUst gun in th present campaign Thursday night, when ha addressed a largo mass-meeting in Ei t Haiti more. His reception was most enthusi astic, and his speech was interrupted about every two minutes by the vociferous cheer ing of his hearers. Territorial tfustlomi Appointed. Washinuto.v City, Oct 34. The presi dent has made the following informal ap pointments Louis K. Church, of New York, to be associate justice of the supremo court of the territory of Dakota. William W. Potter, of California, to be associate justice of the supreme court of the territory of Arizona. William it Barnes, of Illinois, to be associate justice of toe supreme oourt of the territory of Arizona. John O. Shields, of Michigan, to bo chief justice of the supreme court of the territory of Ari r ina. E. Vau Long, of iudlana, to be chief justice of the supreme court of tbo territory of New Mexico Fortkers l'lurallty. Coi.i'UBps Ohio, OcL 24 The canv&s ot the ofli. ml vote on the head of the stats ticket, as returned to the secretary of state, t-howj Foraker's plurality to be 10,3-11 Leonard's vote was i,0:i4, and the total ote was T-i-S.tfcW. Nut bine; Partisan Abtmt Lvr. Brooklyn, Oot. 24. Mr. Lw has in dorsed the candidacy of (isn. Woodward, the Citizen's candidate for mayor of the city. Hed sregards Mr. Whitney and Qaa. ratlin, lb Democratic and Republican nominM9. Soma politicians think the result of the thivie -cornered fight wdl be fie withdrawal of Catlin and Woodward and the renomtnation of Low. I The Woods Were Fall of Them. "alvestox. Tex., Ojt 84. Capt C. C. ROCK ISLAND, SATURDAY. OCTOIIEK 24, 18S5, Sweeney, tthe new Democratio collector, toik formal possession Thursday. Gen. Malloy, the outgoing Republican col lector, surrendered the oilice at 10 o'clock. A morning newspaper stated that ail good Democrats who had not yet secured a federal office should apply at ths custom botua tat ween the hours of 10 and 3, and 10 o'clock found the sidewalk fronting the custom house crowded with pa triots, nnd by 11 - o'clock had formed in line and were Impatiently awaiting their .opportunity to see the new collector. .Presently Capt Sweeney cams down among the slalom o Mice seekers and kindly explained the situation to them, and the crowd Anally dispersed crestfallen and puzzled. Collector Sweeney has made only two removals for the present Harrison Standi by Bon Held. CniCAtio. Oct. 21. A committee from the Trndtt ' n-wmnbly united upon Mayor Harrison uud protosted against the appoint meat of C tpt Hon Held as inspector of police. Toe mayor listened respectfully to thf chargori they male against Hon held, but de clined to accede to their demand for his re moval, lie considered that the captain had done his duty even if he had acted too vio lently in some Instances, and it would bo unjust to disgrace a man for performing what he bjlioved to be his duty. Mo roll ties In the Navy Yards New York, Oct 24. All of tho fore men in the Brooklyn navy yard received Friday a copy of a circular-letter from Secretary W hitney, in which . he saytt that, in recommending names for em ployment as subordinates, be expects them to be free from partisan bias and not tal low political dictation to influence them. Skill and efficiency are alone to be consid ered. Thexe statements are reiterated bev eral times in the course of tho letter in most positive terms. Not ltull-Dozliig the Hen. Philadelphia, Oct 24. Officials of the Pennsylvania Railroad company deny that any orders liavo been given to the euiployoi to vote for Mr. Rowan for sheriff. General Agent Lotta's report to tho general manager is as follows: 'Tlie story in Friday morning's Record is a very much exaggerated version of a resignation of one of the men at Mantua who left to accept a political station, There has not been the slightest attempt to coerce." Come Down, Mr, Coon. New York, Oct, 24. The Tribune's Washington siecial says that It is under stood from the friends of Assistant Secre tary of the Troasury Coon that he bns been ollicially advised that bis resignation will soon bo asked for, and his present visit to Now York is for the purpose of looking out for his future private interests. lAUiont at Democratic Headquarters. New York, Oct 24. Col. Daniel 8. La mout, President Cleveland's private secre tary, arrived at the Hull man house Friday morning. He bad a conference with Chair man 1'arker and Secretary Muller, of the Into committee, which lasted two hours. Editor Stead on Trial. London, Oct 34 The trial of Editor Stead, of tho 1'all Mall Gazette, and other defendants in the Eliza Armstrong caso, was commenced Friday morning at the contral criminal court, Old Bailey, beforu Justice Lopes and will probably last a week. All the prisoners pleaded "not guilty," and the attorney -general at once opened the case for the crown. After a brief review of the case the taking of the testimony of the witnesses for the prosecution was proceeded, with. The testi mony thut far adduced doon not differ ma terially from that given at the preliminary hearings. The girl, Eliza Armstrong, when called to the htanl was cool and self-possessed, nnd gavo her evidence in a clear and straightforward manner. The judge, in ruling on a question, said that no motives worosttfllcient to justify the taking of the child without tho parent-,' con sent "If consent wat obtainel by fraudu lent moans, Le continued, "it was tanta mount to no consent in tho eyes of the law." The court-room was crowded, and a larn number had gathered around the entrances, hut these wore soon scattered by a d reach ing raiustjrm that prevailed. The Unlversallsts. New York, Ot 21. Tho Universalist convention began its third nnd last day's session at 9:oi a. m. Friday, in the Church of Our Father, Grand avenue and LeiTert's place, Brooklyn, the Hon. Mr. Joy presiding. The following board of officers for the ensuing year were elected i President, Rev. E. C. Mweetzar, D. D., of Philadelphia; vice president, Hon. J. H. Swan, of Chicago; secrotary, Rev. O. L. Demorost, D. D. of Manchester, N, 1L; treasurer, Stevenson Taylor, of New York; trustees for four years, lion. J. D. W. Joy, of Massachusetts; lion. Sydney Per bam, of Maine; Uev. IL W. Rugg, of Rhode Island; He v. W. H. Ryder, D. !., of Chicago; K. It, li dJon, E?q., of Now York. The next meeting will be bold in Akron in ISSti. The convention was brought to a close Friday e ven iu$. Tlieobaw Climbing: Down Paris, Oct 24. Tho Burme-e envoy has handed a nuta to Lord Lyons, the British nmbas a lor, in which ho stated that lis had sent a dispateh to his government, advis ing them to accept arbitration for set tlement of the dfputo with Eng land, and that he was certain they would Ito glad to restore friendly relations with Ur.mt Britain. European residents in liur mab, he said, were perfectly safe. The people of that country had no desire to be hostile to England. Charged with Criminal Carelessness. New York. Oct 24. At tbo inquest over the eight victims of the llackensack Mead ows collision of Sunday night last aftor hearing several witiioises. Coroner Hughes ordered Howard Rhoades, flagman of the emigrant train, under urrest, to await the action of the grand jury, for criminal care lessness in not going baok ou the track with a danger signal, when the train came to a stop on the main track. Telegraph Oper ator Pratt also remains in custody. HeufalbuTg University will celebrate the Ave liundrelh anniversary of its exis. tencc next August. MOST PERFECT MADE Prepared by a physician with special regard to health. No AtniD ouia. Lime or A lam. DRIVEN TO THE HILLS. Another Attack on Chinese In Wyoming A Stampede of Celestials 1 Omaha, Neb., Oct. 'J .A dispatch re reived at the Union Pacific headquarters -ays that Wednesday night at 11 o'clock a mob of white man attacked a section house occupied by thirty Chinese section hands, of the old town of Rock Springs, W. T., three miles from the coal mining Wwh of ths same name. The mo l yMled and tdioutsd, fire! a volley of re volver shitj into the air, bo in bat dad tlia uou with clubs and stones, and smashed every window. The Chinamen were frightened nearly to death, supposing that another massacre was about to b perpetrated, and fled from the house, half clad, to the neighboring bills, wuero thsy remained all night, suffer ing intensely from cold, in the morning they returned and resumed work. The authorities and military remaining at Rock Springs were Informed of what bad occurred, but as yet have been unable to di cover who the rioters were. Efforts will be made to apprehend them. The coal mines at Rock Springs and other points whore order has been restored are now be ing worked without interruption. Stockton, CaL, Oct 21. At a meeting of :Uu citizen Thursday eveuinj, presided over by Suervlor IngLi?, resolutions wore adopted for tbo removal of Cuiuatown from tho city limits, aud containing a plelge to vote against all nominees at the city elec tion on Nov. ii not pte Iged for the removal of Chinatown. The movement inclu los some of the best cftizen, and a permanent organization will be maintained. Mate Taxation Sprixgfiklu, 111.. O-'t 24. Governor OgliJ-diy and Slute Auditor Hwigert deter mined upon the rate of state taxttiou, Fri day, for 1S6., at 42 cants on the $ltX) of tux al U property. This is made up of an a -eadutent of 2S cents for general iur-po-0H which forms the ivvunuo fund, and 14 cents for t-chool purpVies. lb is u stautially the sani at the rati for ISSi, which was 25 cents. The 1S84 rnto wu levied to rai-e $2,500,00", and the lSHr rate is expected tu raise $irUu),0J0. T..e in crease of $WO,000 Is to provide fur ttio ex penses of the general assembly tvvo yoars in advance. Mauiso.v, Wis., Oct 24. Secretary of State Tim me has completed the apportion ment of the state tax for educational pur poses, and also special charges for tlio cure of inmates in the stite institutions. The ed ucational levy is, in roun I figures, as follow.-: For common schools, $tsa, i:tU; school fund ineonu, lii4,&SS; free high schools, $:0,0ix; nail noruul school, 110,000; university fund income, fol.ul?; total, $774,745 Special charge. for the care oi inmates in the state institutiom as f,, How-: State lus.ine hospital, f ll.tllM; N. rthern Insane hospital, (52,278; Milwaukee Insuiie asylum, U2; Industrial School for Boys, $!i,7lU; care of the chronic insane, $IU,":4. Hard Coal Market. Pea coal, $7.00; gram anil egg, $7.75; range, nut and No. 4, $8.00 per ton; screened and delivered all beet quality of anthracite. Extra cartage charged on orders of less tban one ton. blacksmith's can!, Conncllsvillo coke and charcoal. 190ft Second avenue. K. O. Fk.azkk. It is prepared from Sarsaparllla, Yellow Dock, Cherry Bark, Plpsissewa, Mandrale, Dandelion, and -other well-known vegetable remedies. Tho combination, proportion, and preparation aro peculiar to Hood's Sarsapurilla, nd effect tho most remarkable cures where ether medicines fail. It cures Scrofula, Bait ItHeum, Boils, Pimples, Humors, Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Hick Headache, Indigestion, lieneral Debility, Catarrh, Uheu cnatlsm, Kidney and Liver Complaints, dispels that tired feeling, creates an appetite, and builds up the whole system. The " GOOD NAME AT ROME " iron by Hood's Barsaparilla Is unequalled in the history of medicines. Buck is Its popularity In Lowell, Mass., where it Is made, that whole neighborhoods are taking it at tho same time. This success Is extending all over the country, i Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the only medicine of which ",an truly be said, " loo Doses One Dollar which is nn unanswerable urgunient as to strength and ecf.numy. Other preparations will averago to last not over a week, while a bottle of Hood's S.'irsaparilla contains 100 doses and will last a month. Hence, for economy as well as for health and strength, buy Hood's Sarsapa rilla. Bend for a book containing statements ot many remarkable cures. Hood's Sarsuparilla Is sold by all druggists. Prepared by CJ. I. HOOD & Co., Apothecaries, Lowell, Ms. Price l. six for $5 HARPER'S THEATRE. A Dramatic Event. MsKtilflceut Production of the Domestic Melodrama BURR OAKS! With Its wealth of Scenery, Wonderful Meclisni rat effects and a Superb Company, Wednesday and Thursday Ev'gs Oct. 28th and 29th, 1885. Popular Prtces:-l, S and 50 cente; no ex tra charge for reserved seat?. Tickets for sale at the Harper House Drug store- HALF-CENT A WOKU. Thb Annus hereafter wl publish In this col umn all a-lvertUu-mentB of Lost. Found. For Rent For Sale, Bntrd or Hoomi. Wanted, and similar noticen, at the low rate of one-fml f a cent a word, t.nrh figure a word, bat nn advertisement leg than ten rtmls WANTED A girl for general housework; call at 1 soft Third avrnoe. 17-6t FOR SALE Old papers for sale in any quantity at thiaofllce, cheap. FOR SALE Hi xty lots in my additions '.othe city of Rock Inland on fonr yearly payment, nito lute rest ateix per cent per annum, pOR RKNT A seven room house corner Ninth . aveuoe and Twentieth streets. Rock Island. FOR RENT A One residence Droperty in 8ln nen's atldilion; 7 rooms, water in the house, trnodont-houss, everythins; in Irit-class condi tion. Moderate rent. Enquire of P. M. Sinnelt. Tjrr n a.- J A gentleman of good address. In ff O-ubrUj tellijrent. and having a fair Hng lish eduet(p. as out-door salesman- Most be over-il y old: apnly to p. V. Collier, THE MARKETS. Chicago, OcL 3. i The market quotation on the bari ji 1 lti'ir, -duy. were as follows: Wheat No. a October, opei.rd S5j. close.1 t5o; No vember, opened b5JiO clc-l Wlct De ueuUu , omned S.".c, ciosej, "So. Corn No. 2 October, opened 41c, close t -41 Jto; November, ojeod 6j, closet tkt'i year, openei anu closet an,:c. Oats No. 2 Oj tober, opened 24o an 1 clod 25c; Novem ber, opened and chwed May, oieued 2Uc, clo id : torn November, opened W-f-lX. closed tS.U?)-; December, opens 1 and closed January, opened 0. 12, clo-wd U. 15. Iaid Novemberv opened and closed $5.U7.. Liive Btook The Union ut jck yards report the f iLtwiii range of rics: Hogs i'hs market opened moderately active and steady at yostorday's (dosing' figures; light gravies s rough packing. $M.ao (43.50; heavy packing ami shipping lots i.5Jj3.7. Cattle l,ti:eL and weak; v hip ping. J. l(!(5. tkl ; bu U-hot'-, 91.00(3 50 ; stockers, t2.2THd.4d, Taxaus, $2.50(X25. Hheep Weak an 1 'c loner; common, CI. 75 2.50; medium to good, 2.753.40. Produce: Huttor Extra creamery, 28(9 29c; dairy, lUJOc; packing, 8i9 per lb. Kggs tJiioiOi recau died ltio ior doz. Fota-t-wa Early rose and Hurbanks, 4049o per bu ou track. Poultry Chickens, 77c; ducks tii&'-k': turkeys 10c per lb; prairie chickeus, $M.75)-i 00 ier dos. ApplesFair to good, 1.25fSl. 50, and choice to fancy, 91.75(42.00 per bW. CHICAGO, Article. Opening. closing. WiTt August .... Sept. Oct. W KH Nov. 5l MX voim Ainrnst .... Hept. .... T-' (let. 4 Da - 41 Nov, ait' ay Oats AnyiiPt Sept MSi ' Oct. 2l' WJi Nov. S:! ifftfs Pnitlf Anglic I .... .... Sept. Oct. 8 :W 8 27 Nov. a ,'." B 25 LAJtD- Atigu-t .... .... Mept Oct. T !Kl tt 00 Nov. 5 97! 6 97 it in Angina .... Hept Oct. b :io 5 80 Nov 5 05 fi Hogs-.33,!00: light, 3 40 i3 P5; mixed, 3 30.. 3 0 h nv, a Wla3 75 ItOL'K ISLAN11. oau 26c Hay Tiin.th SUftl Hay Wild $1U.U0. liyo 40,-. t.'orn -Oltt4r,e. New, Wic. PotaincK 4lli'.. Otiious title. Con Soft II : hitid K Wi.' oold w (mI f 1 lit), o ru v iHi TWENTY DAYS. DR. NICHOLLS, TUB CKI.KHKATED English Specialist, Late of London, England, Wishes to inform the citizens of Davenport and vicinity that he lm located ul the Eldridge Block, Cor. Fifth and Brady Sts., Vnr tilt! Trmtmmit of jt'l OHHON10 DISEASES, And all HieettHes PECULIAR TO WOMEN. tf?Thp Doctor pHrtienlsrly invites nil cases that have been uiven up hv other liyflei:ni!. OONI'L'I'ATION KRKIi!. Olttee hours from t) a. ni.. tt i in : I to r, mid tt to ) p. in. Ifyim art-toitnj ti'ttl under the ran of your own pliypicinn, do not erll on me, an our imiv nee i to treat lhoe who euunot tlnd relief otfierwinc. ROCK ISLAND K. MEVBH, Proinii-lnr Oyhtkrs, Fish, Game (in Season.) Teipe, Pigs Fekt, Tonode, Pickled Goods, Etc., Etc., Opp. Union Square, Nos. 1917 and 1919 Second Avenue. C. P. SWAN SON, Contractor and BitiMer, No. 21 2 1 4th Ave., Residence, No. SIH Severn h Avenue, ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS. FITONMRKET! R. GRAMPTON We do PLUMBING of all kinds, including Sewer Call and see us. WILLARD Rock Island, NEW MILLINERY DEPARTMENT OF THE i:fi:e,! SPECIAL SALE -THIS A NN N OOCOV V A A NN NO A A N N NO A A N N NO o y y c V V V V YV A A n I IS U A A A A N N N O A AN N NO O A AN NN" O A AN NN OOrO Wo have just received 100 DOZEN of (tie above which we will divide into two lots, At 10c. and at 15c. Don't forget that we have every thing New and. Desirable in Millinery. Bargains in every Department at the Fair. EMERSON & CO, jggr-A. THED1CK, Manager. Newcomb House Block, Davenport. GEOKGE PAHL'S Restaurant and Oyster Depot. Beefsteak, Oysters and Gamh in Skason, Al Loltiar Mattn'H Plare, Turner First I 1,wl- K-I.iti,1 111 Avenue and BlgMedilli St . ( lOLK ISl.tlKI, i". JOHN T. -SELLS- Acorn Cook Stoves, Early Breakfast Cooks, ART INVINCIBLE, ) , , IU west minister, i Hard Coal Heaters, LAUREL, With the ci'lchrated Duplex Orrtte. ALSO TIIK- flUO OO t IDD KKK NN N fi O O O I. D II k S N N ; O O L U D KB N N N li ti(l O O L DDK N N N UiHt OO LI DOU EK N NN Soft Coal Parlor Stove, the finest Stove out for Illinois Coal. Be sure and see them before buying. PRICE FIVE CENTS. & COMPANY. BAKER &. CO.'S OppoaitH Harper Houku. Illinois. WEEK. OF- tt 11 iMiKKttitnn ssss 11 hk tt ns s 11 HK it Tt tt 11 II K H U-H nilllllKK HRHK HHSS I NOFTSKER RrwiSo Trrr a urb i 2 a T A A K It H8S8S T A A KUK K8SSS T A A K R 4 i.