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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 4, t886.
Hefting at Aidalnsia. There will be a democratic and people's mass meeting at Andalusia next Friday niht, Oct. 8. John T. Kenworthj, Esq., candidate for the legislature and other speakers will address the meeting. Anda lusia is awake to the importance of elect ing the entire ticket, and it proposes to make a good showing on election day. Palter Point. Frank Ditel was lined $1 and costs by Justice Hawes this morning or inloxi iinn The urisoner save security for payment and was released. Nick Meyer is ticked up in the county iail for cetting on a flronk, smashing up furniture, resisting an officer and making bimselt tcrrnr generally. Which Will Von t'honw? Will you vote for a man. who. while preaching prohibition from the pulpit, sells whisky over the counter of a coud try drug store, or one who tells yon what his principles are and stands by them? In other words, will you Tote for a hypocrite or an honest man? Which is the safe man to trust with an important county office? Coming npttnlM. Dr. and Mrs. Calvin TrwesdiiW and Messrs. Charles C. Truesdale and John F. Cook left last evening for Minneapolis, where, on tomorrow evening. Mr. Harry Tniesdalc, of that city, is to be joined in wedlock to Miss Langdoo, a wealthy young lady Bnd leader in Minneapolis so ciety. The affair is limkeil noon as an event in Uie society of the Mtonesota metropolis. Miss flendvrson of this city, is to be married Thursday night, at the residence of Cairt. T. J. Robinson, to Dr. R. W. Salisbury, of Spirit lke, Iowa. Too His tor Its Shof!. The Rock Island Silver Plating com pany which was instituted here two months aL'o. is in trouble already. The difficulty is not in the sense of an embar nsstnenl, but the fact is, the institution has gotten too big for its shoes. It has outgrown its clothes and they cannot be made over to tit it; hence the company is looking for new and more commodious quarters. The business has grown so rapidly and continually since work was commenced that the rooms at the corner of First avenue and Seventeenth street have not the capacity to accommodate it. and the company is looking nlmui with intent upon securing more room. The old mill property ou Eighteenth street and Fifth avenue is talked of among oth er sites. -Fire." Toniyht at Harper's theatre, for tiie benefit of the Ruck Island fire depart ment, "One of JUie JJravest" will be giv en for the first 'j0K in this city. There should be a large attendance. The !Ncw York llemltl says of the piece: The drama. "One of the Bravest." with Charles McCarthy as Larry Howard, "a brave fireman." supported by a host of other equally capable actors, was pre sented at the Grand opera house last night. This drains abounds in many strong situations, such as a burning building, the rescue of the inmates by scaling ladders, persons jumping from windows into a canvass held bv firemen, and other new and novel features. The company has played for fire companies in various parts of the country, and the press speaks highly of it anil the play. THE SOXG SERVICE. Interesting Exercises t the First 31. E-gthnrrh Last Evening A. Pastor's Parting. "LOVED ONES IN HEAVEN." On the occasion of the occupancy for the last time of the pulpit of the First M. E. church by the'Hev. R.jfJ. Pearce last evening, an !ntresinong service took place under the fttTe of "Loved Ones THE RIVER. Lena or the Steamer White Eagle 1'pper SUmlmlppt Improve ments, Kte. THE WHITE EAGLE SUNK . The three-theory superstition of steam boatmen is again forcibly verified. With in less than three weeks two St. Louis steamers have gone to the bottom of the river and proved complete wrecks. The in Heaven." In harmony with this topic third tollowect vesteraay in me ireigui other subjects were read, with appropri- steamer While Eagle, of the St. Louis and ale verses from the bible, and the whole Sit I'aul racket company s line, one was interspersed with vocal music. sunk in 6J feet f water at 10 o'clock The services opened withjmusic sing- Wednesday night, near Lynxville. His. of bvmn 1038 by a chorus of thirty- It is not known whether she can be raised five voire under the leadership of Mr. E. or not. She was downward-bound from W Sneneer. Kev. Pearce offered prav- St. Paul to SI. Louis with a big trip of and after a solo bv Mr. Will Collins freight. Her value u auo'd.,uw. on and chorus by the choir, the first topic which there is no insurance. It is pro' was taken up. It was "The Home of bablc that a considerable portion of her Our Loved Ones," Mr. Charles Adams cargo will prove a loj:. The White Eagle reading from Revelations, the twenty-first was in command of Capt. James John chapter, the first four verses, and Miss son, a well-Known steam noatm an. pne Minnie Bowen from the twenty-socond I was a stern wheel packet, and old as the chapter of the same book. I hills. The Gathering Loved Ones'" was the 1 rprEB Mississippi improvements. subject upon which Mr. Weslley Philp I General Barnard, the head of the read five verses from the Psalms, and Miss I United States engineer's bureau, lays that Ida Wilcox from the book of Matthew, I the work on the upper Mississippi river twenty-first chapter and thirly nrst I is no longer experimental, but certain of verse. This was followed by a duet by 1 good results, and the government is now Misses Ella and Gertie Wilcox, "Songs of I provided with equipments in the way of Redeeming Love." I steamboats, barges etc., sufficient to Then came the subject: "We Shall I carry on operations on an enlarged scale. Know Each Other Then," and Mrs. Pico-1 The onlv obstacle is the small size of the erau read from the third chapter of First Corinthians. A duet by Misses L'lev Covne and Holly Daly, followed. Mr. J. T. Xoftsker read from the first to the third verses of the twenty fourth aiinronriatioDS. However, the last river aud harbor bill contained an appropria tion of t3T5,OOOto be expended on the river between the mouths of the Ohio and Illinois rivers, under the direction of chapter of John, verses appropriate to I United States Engineer Ernst; $150,000 "They Wait to Welcome Us." Singing for the district between the Illinois river by the chorus came next. 'The Joyous Meeting," was the sub ject of scripture reading by Miss Elli Wilcox, who took verses from the thirty fifth chapter of Isiab. Chorus singin: came next. Mr. Will Collins read from the seventh and Des Moines rapids, to he expended by Capt. C. G. Rufman; 8383.500 for the district from Des Moines rapids to St Paul and f 97,500 for a reservoir at the head waters, to be expended under Maj. Alexander McKinzie's directions and $:28,250 on Des Moines' rapids canal chapter of Revelations, verses of fitness and $43,750 for dry dock at Des Moines to the topic, "The Triumphant Multi- to be built by Captain E. G. Hufman. t'oart fallings. Tee jury in the Parry vs Malcomb case returned a verdict for the dtfendant this morning In the circuit court this afternoon the following prisoners were arraigned and action taken as stated : Ream Smith aud Chas. Iirowning, burglary; copy of indictment, lists of wit uesses and jurors furnished the defend ants. Conrad Ward, copy of indictment. io. furnished; arraignment; plea of not guilty- Mary Tork: copy of indictment, etc. James Boefner. murder; motion br de fendant for an affidavit iiy Monday of the sixth week; motion by defendant to quash indictment; motion ovrrrnied: ar raignment in open court, plea of no', guilty. Geo. Lambert, robbery; copy of indict ments, etc; arraiguinet; pita of not suilty. John Mullican -i Murderer. The following is a copy of the verdict rendered in the case of the murderer of John Mulligan of this city, by a policeman at Beatrice. Keb., two weeks ago, nod heretofore described in the Allure: State ot Nebraska, ftaire county s-v At an inquest holcien at Beatrice on the 20th day ot Sept. 18S0, htfore .Mr. F. M. Somers, coroner of Slid county, upon the dead hotly of John Mulligan lying dead, by the jurors whose names are heretofore subscribed, the said jurors on their oath do sav: That said John Mulligan came to bis death by means of a shot from a revolver in the haods of one John Jones, a lame policeman, and that said shot was tired on the 18th day of sept. ISHfi, in (Sam- county, Jteh., and that said John Mul ligan died from the wound caused hv said pistol shot, on the 19th day of Sept. 1886, in said county, and that the said death was caused bv the said Jones felon iously. Signed W. W. Buchanan, A. B. Cul- hn, Edward Butler, A. S;eman, A. Cohen, James Boyd. Jurors. F. M. Susikhs, Coroner tude," and this was followed by chorus singing. Tncn came the "Fullness of Joy," which verses were read as follows: From First Corinthians, second chapter and ninth verse. John Trenemin; Mathew, third chapter, forty third verse. Miss Flora Coyne; Psalms twenty first chapter, eleventh, Miss Dolly Daly; Revelations, unlay evenin: twenty-seventh chapter fourteenth to I list. seventeenth verses, Mr. E. W. Spencer. The chorus sang hymn eighty-6ix. Mr. J. F. Robinson, in appropriateness to the topic. "The Stars in Our Crown read from Daniel, twelfth chapter and third verse, and a song and chorus followed. TI1E PASTOR'S PAKTlNti WOKUS. Rev. R. G. Pesrce, who has been pas tor of the church for three years, "which, according to the doctrines of the M. E denomination's the length of time be may remain with one congregation, then de livered his parting words. It was an im promptu address, very brief, but impres sive, and full of affection for the congre gation he must separate with, and with whom his relations had always been the pleasantcst. During his pastorate here, Mr. Pearce said he had received into the church biJetter of fellowship and from probation, 10o persons; he had dismissed ton. - Rudder Gran, by letter 50; there had died 12; be bad I Thorn in the Nest banlizcd 32; he had married 55 couples; son's paid 2.400 pastoral visits, and during the last year had raised for benevolent pur poses the following amounts: For mis sions, $350: church extensions, B6 freedmen, S56; American Bible society, $76; Women's Foreign Missionary socie tv. 213; home missions, $50; other col lections. $100. Mr. Pearce then bade the congregation farewell, and after the sing ing of "Home, Sweet Home," the beau tiful song service was nX aw-wid- Mr. Pearce leaves lofr rVona ibis ween to attend the M. E. conference, at which bis successor will be chosen, and when he will lie assigned to a new field. Mr Pearce came to Hock Island Irom Mon mouth three years ago and has been re spected in the community, as he has been RIPI.ETS. The Sidney will clear for St. Paul to morrow night. The Mary Morton is expected down Thursday evening. The water is again receding at this point. The St. Faul passed going south Sat- wilh a (air passenger The Pittsburg went south Saturday night with a big trip tor the Veiled Prop het and other attractions at St. Louis. She will be back Saturday. rw Books. The following new books have been received at the Rock Island public li-. brarv : Meditations of a Parish Priest," Roux; "Manual of Mechanics." Goodere; The Making of New England. Drake: 'Earthquakes," Milne; "Elsie's Kith and Kin." Finlcy; "Prince Otto." R. L. Slev enson; "Aspirations. 11. nays; "Apnro dite," Eckstein; "A Romance of a Young Lady," R. Grant; "Natures Serial Story. E. P. Koe; "Nobody; "face to Face, "in. Gilberts iFaugnier. Mathews; "The Rear Guard of the Involution." Edmund Kirke; "The Age of Electricity." Pars Benjamin; Golden Mediocrity" Hamerton: "Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll & Hyde." R. L. Stev enson; "The Lady or the Tiger," Stock- , Stockton; "(he Finley; "McPhcr- Handbook of Politics for 18H6;" Jo's Opportunity," LucvC. Lillie; "He Fell io Love With His Wife," E. P. Roe; The Chamber Over (he Gale," Magret Holmes; "Blue Jackets of 61." W. J. Abbot; "Two Thousand iears ago. Prof. A. J. Church. BRIEFLETS. Choice quinces, at Barns'. Tailors wanted, at Hoppe's. Special blanket sale at Mclntire's. Election four weeks from today. Regular monthly council meeting this evening. See the Alaska gray blankets, $2.75 a pair at Mclntire's bargains. Lloytl & Stewart will open up in full blast this evening. Oysters by the can or dish, at Krell & Math's. A full line of cotton, lisle and merino hose at Liberman's. Mrs. W. S. Fulmer. and "Baby May." have gone to Dakota to visit friends. White blankets 98 cents :-. piirat Mc lntire's. R. 8. Montgomery, of Reynolds, was at the Rock Island house today. A new and seasonable line of under wear just in at Liberman's. Lawyer Mcbniry was in Cordova on Saturday on business. - Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schmidt have gone to St. Louis. A nobby line of four-in-hand tie, at Liberman' s Low premium loans at the Building Association next Tuesday evening. Oysters served in all styles, at Krcll & Math's oy6ter pailor. I. Liberman has received the agency of the eel ebratcd "Knox hats." J. C. Shields and family left for New Albany. Ind , this morning, their future home. The new Union street railroad to Mo-. line did a rushing business yesterday. Cars wer filled to overflowing. (be Central shoe store can hi you out in boots, shoes or slippers of the latest styles. Miss Mary Morart. of the millinery de-. partment at MeCabe's, has returned from Chicago. Miss Emma J. L-tniont, daughter of Capt. George Lamout, returned from St. Louis Saturday evening. The Misses Lizzie and Lonie Wcyerv hatiser returned Saturday fiom a short visit to Chicago. For sale A first class family horse and one draught hor3e. Enquire at Carse it Ohlweiler. Electiou uolices oiuety-six in number were mailed to the various supervisors by the county clerk Saturday. County Superintendent Southwell has issued a teachtrs' certificate to Miss Kate Keeley, of this city. An entirely new line of gent's furnish ing goods will arrive at Liberman's to morrow. Henry Lonczen ot Davenport, and Miss Susie Feers of the same citv, were married by Justice Cooke this morning Mr. Henry Fcetz returned Saturday MOLINE. .c. School Books, School Books. II r is for Milvis. To the Edui.r of the Arrn?: Rock Island, Oct 4. lam surprised and mortified at the language used bv Itev. A. li Morgan, the republican can didate for sheriff, at Moline last Friday- night. It was simply outrageous and unwarranted. Allow me to say that 1 have known Sharp Silvis for the past 20 years, and I have never known him to do a dishonorable act in that time. As for honesty, the noblest clement of man hood, there is not a man in KocK island countv that stands higher than he. He is not only honest, out magnanimous, i tion. have known him time and again to give esteemed and beloved by his cougreg&s I pecuniary assistance to those in need, and where others retusea lor want ot sui- ficient security. He is liberal and I generous to a fault, and while I did I not intend to vote tor him simply lor political reasons, Morgans unjustifiable I attack has induced me to change my mind. From this on I propose to use my influence for Mr. suvis, ana Rays From the Headlight, M. S. Bledsoe, publisher of the nast era Railroader, of this city, is now a Pull man "con." and is running between ibis city and St. Louis It is rumored that the Chicago, Bur- II know many of my republican friends who will do the same. 1 know mo oe a fu,t tl.ut half iff IhnGa who will mtt tnr extension up the Chippewa valley toward Morganwill do M again8t the,r ludgmcnt. er80i,aliy tney care notning for bim, and think he is a demagogue, Lake Superior. The Pullman Palace Car company's statement for the year ending July 51 shows surplus earnings after the payment of dividends, of $1,250,000. John Volk & Co., have received the contract for the construction of twenty two depots for the C, R. I. & P. exten sions iu Nebraska at a coat of $60,000. Trainmaster Stanton, of the Rock HI and and St. Louts division of the C. B tfc Q , is in the city today arranging for "Veiled Prophet" trains out of Rock Isl and for St. Louis tonight but they do not like to "scratch." There will be enough of us, though, who 'scratch," to insure the election of Sharp Silvis by a good round majority. KEPl'ltLICAN A Good Investment Anyone who has ever dealt iu lands, knows that no investment of money will so surely and quickly yield a return, as such a venture if carefully made. To the absolute Bafety of a governmen bond, is added a profit far in excess of rate of interest which can be obtained A train of on any safe loan. In Kansas and Neb A Merlons Aeeident. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Woods w ith their two children, were driving on the ceme tcry road south of the city yetterday af ternoon, when the breechiug broke, and the btigy ran up agaiust the horse with such force that the occupants were thrown to the ground with fearful force Messrs. Oliver Olscn and Frank Welch came along in Mr. Olsen's buggy just as the accident happened, and they assisted Mr. and Mrs. Wood and their children up, and Mr. Oisen brought them home in his buggy. They were visited by Dr. Kinyon at their home on Third avenue, between Ninth and Tenth streets last evening, and Mrs. Wood was found to have sustained the most severe injuries. Her left shoulder was dislocated and her arm painfully bruised. Mr. Wood bad suffered a severe scalp wound and re ceived several bruises. Two young men found the rig iu the road afterwards, and took possession of it, not knowing that the harness had given way. Tbe horse ran away, and one of them Ash ton, by name was thrown oat and severely Injured . . twelve coaches and several Blecpers m raska especially lands arc raising in value Lva at QnH at Mnnmillltll I ha It-Bin I - . .. which Bives assurance of stability. The ill b", made into divisions, more coaches eoo(i season and the great tide of immi being added, and two solid trains will ruu gratinn into these states has made invest- from there down. Trainmaster Stanton "lent mere douDiy will have personal charge of the trains, so that all possible danger or delay will therefore be avoided. Couscquent upon Mr. Paul Morton's promotion f rom the position of first as- safe and desirable The climate of Southern Nebraska and of Kansas, free as it is from the long rigourous cold winter, added to a soil unsurpassed for richness and productive capacity, has made possible the wonderful development of these states. 1 o the far mer tbey bold out special inducements Jnet received a targe assortment of School Supplies consisting of Slates, Pencils, lDk, Tablets, Blank Books, Satchels, Book Straps, Lunch Baskets, Etc, -0!'J Bootee taken ill exchange for new ones C C TAYLOR, 1625 Second Ave., CALL EVERYBODY, UNDER ROCK ISLAND HOUSE. Bert Woodyutt of Geneseo, a fine musician, goes with the Deere band to St. Louis on the C. B. & Q. this even-ipg- Wm. McCrea and several others left yesterday for Pennys Slough on a bunting and fishing expedition, to be away two weeks. The new jewelry store in the old post office building will be opened about the lath of this month. It has the finest front in the city. Capt. Geo. E. Pingre, has returned to the city after an absence of over a year. He travels for Kennedy & Co., a cracker firm in Chicago, in Dakota and Minneso ta. He will remain here about ten days. The funeral of George Cornwall of Stewartsville yesterday afternoon was large, and attended by nearly all the old settlers in the citv. Mr. Cornwall was a Canadian by birth, but emigrated early iu life (o the states. He came to this state in 1833, and to Moline in 1863, re maining here since. He was seventy nine years of age and bis death is attrib uted more (o advanced years (ban o(her causes. He had been confined (o bis room for about fifteen months. He leaves a wife, two sons, and five daugh (ers, all provided for. The Sunday Republican calls the Abgi's many hard names says it is low down and etc., and that it is not a decent pa per. The Altars never printed as vile and Ahliaivp lAntruncrn na thf Hrnuhlifrtn said in reference to Mr. Chas. H. Deere, I Doil't anuair. nan, men wuo neipea nenncuy & Co. to all (he fame and fortune they now enjoy, by giyiDL' them a start in-this city several years ago, and for which friendship the ingrate Kennedy has he me their mortal enemy. The article io yesterday's paper must have been writ ten after the veteran editor(?) had inter viewed Ike Dawson. 1 aul stratosky, the landlord of a sa loon and boarding house on Second ave nue, had a visitor from Rock Island on Saturday of the colored persuasion, who gave the name of George Marshall, This visilor became very abusive, and to give force to his argument struck Mr Stra- fosky and knocked the old man down He was promptly taken in charge by the police, brought before Magistrate O Neil and fined 10 and costs. The fine was paid by some of his brethren here and he We Hell the fluent Agricultural ent back to the ctty where said he could do as he pleased without being Interfered with. by the police, thankful be has so good luck. Sam Kennedy, of the Hepublicm. and Isaac Dawson bad a set-to on Saturday evening, m which the vcterau editor came oft second best. It is very painful to have to record such things, but the truth should be told. Everybody knows Sam has an ugly tongue, and when under ttie influence of the stimulant he must have before be can do any work, that tongue becomes master of the sober Sam. It was when the servant of alcohol he was induced to call Mr. Dawson a bad name, for which he was promptly knocked down, and the tongue again he ing under the control of Sara s worst en emy, said something more, for which he again bit the dust. Sam should re-enter the churih choir and quit this kind of I bisiness. Pav Rent! It is a losing game, BUY LAND! Own a Farm. lie Iudedendent. CHEAP LANDS! In the Garden Spot of the World. sistant general freight agent to that of (jheap land, easy term of purchase, good general passenger agent of the Burling- markets and varied products enable him to tou road, the following circular lias own his farm at a smaller cost and with less a ir. t .1 . labor than is required to pay rent for the been made public by that company. ,.nd he rcupiei here, or the interest on "Mr. Paul Morton having been promoted the moneT ne has invested in it. to the general passenger agency, and the If you are looking for a safe place to position of first assistant general freight agent being consequently vacated, that office, as well as those of second and third assistant general freight agent, is abolished. Messrs. G. II. Ross. J. 8. Bartle, and Fred Rogers are appointed assistant general freight agents, dating from Oct. 1. 18S6." Mr. Rosens was formerly general agent at Pittsburg. Tou can get cut rate over any railroad at Blake't ticket office 1808 Second avenue. Mf invest money, where it will pay you a large and sure profit, or if you are a farm er and want a farm of your own, call on me and see what 1 have to offer. I will make tho. visit profitable to you. Office over American Express office. Rock Is land. III. Havii.lb Jobnbton. veuing from his trip (jjjiefinany. He much improved in health. If you like oysters, drop in anil try dish of the best New York counts kept in the city, at Krcll & Math's, Remember that Mclntirc & Co. bought woolens in May and June, before the ad vance and now offer bargains in blankets. Call now. D. W. Matthews and wife of this city. and Miss Gcity Bradley, of Milan, leave to-morrow evening for Spirit Lake Iowa. and the Pijiestone country in Minnesota. Mis W. S. RiJgcly, who has been vis- ting her sister, Mrs. G. L. hyster for several months, will return to her home at Annapolis, Mil., this week. The Hospital Guild meets at the resi ilence of Mrs. Cornelius Lynde, at 3:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. A full at tendance is earnestly urged. Mr. A. W. Bruner has sold bis fine trotting mare, Kiltie W likes, to a Chicago gentleman for fl,K'. S'je is worth every penny of it. Remember that the cold weather does not stop the ice cream business. You can get ice cream as usual for your party or wedding, at Krell & Math's ice cream parlor. Scarlet and white, all wool blankets. 10 4, Western made, t3.2"i. The quanti ty in slock is limited, and cannot be re placed without paying an advance. Mc- Intire fc Co. leaders in low prices. Ben. Wbitsitt, Esq , of Preemption. was in the city Saturday for the purpose of starling his children to scbooi at Chi cago. His daughter Aoaie enters rant institute, and his son John, River Fois rest. Mr. G. B. Muner and wife, of the Matteson house. Chicago, Mrs. C. J. Bushnell, of the Gault house. Sterling, and Mrs. Conklin and Mrs. Trout, also of Sterling, were the guests of W. U. and J. F. Mungerand families over the Sabbath John Schafer, Jr., is the man the peo ple should elect for county treasurer. His record is as clear as the noon-day sun. lie is honored, esteemed and re spected. Vote for him; he will take good care of the county's money. Weather a little warmer, but Mclutire & Co. predict a regular old style twister from British America (date a little later). In order that everybody may be pre pared, they offer white, all wool blankets, 10-4, Western made, for 3.25. Scarlet, same price. Hon. P. O'Mara and Maj. J. M. Beards- ley have returned from Chicago, where they interviewed the executive depart meot of the state central committee. Thev went after "hoodie" to carry the Eleventh congressional district for Gest, They will need a small gold mine to achieve their object. Gest has at last come out for Morgan but it was a bitter pill to swallow after tbe parson bad said tha'. he hoped Gest would not be nominated for congress, as be was so unsociable in his manners, possessed of no magnetism, and would be a heavy weight for the county ticket to carry. The reconciliation io.OK.pia.ee at Moline last Friday night. Dissolution Holies. To whom it may concern: On the 32d of September, A. D . 1S8B, the firm of Schillinger A Trumble, boiler makers of Moline. dissolved partnership, Thomas 1 rumble assuming all liabilities and is au thorized to collect all outstanding debts maht1n &( hiu.inohh. Thomas Tri miuk. Mounk, 111., Sept. 27, ISSli. Thomas Trumble will carry on the boil er making business at the same place, and hopes to merit a continuance of tbe patronage heretofore given the firm. Lands at such figures and on such easy ternia that almost anyone who has ambition can become a Property Holder. Ock EXCURSIONS! Leave Rock lhunl in the evening and arrive at the lands in IOWA, and SOUTHERN MINNESOTA the next morning. We ask only $i.oo per Acre down, balance iu ten vcari. Four rail- loads render it impossible to locate yourself more than eight miles fiom a station. C C. KNELl, Furniture, Carpets, Bankrupt Sales LAID IN THE SHADE BY MciNTIRE & CO.. Who inaugurate another of their siccial BLANKET SALT5H, and offer for this sale first-class goods. White Blankets, 98 cents per pair. White 10 4 all wool Blankets, Western made. Scarlet all wool Blankets, $3.25. Arctic Grey Blankets, S-J.25. Alaska Grey Blankets, $2.75. Large Western made all wool soft Blankets, Grey, You can't sift pens through any of the above, and all are genuine bar gains. They will also show elegant blankets in California, S in Diesio Amana wrapped blankets and many other brands, all choice go.ids. The flncH and largest of blankets in Rock Island, bought in May anil June be fore the advance in wool, and to be s-ld at way down prices. MciNTIRE & CO., Ask foi Garse & Co.'s $3 Shoe, -ALL. WIDTHS IS Button BEST NapiTHP 4'wrt -KnleM. At the September term of the Northern grand division of the Illinois Supreme court at Ottawa, the following amend ment to rule 42, was adopted: It is or dered that Rule 42 of this Court (93 Ill.t be and the same is hereby amended so as to read as follows: Application for a rehearing of any cause shall be made by peti ion to tbe court, signed by coun sel, briefly stating the grounds for a re hearing and tbe authorities relied on in support thereof. " Innocaso will a re argument of the cause be ermilted in support ot such a petition. Counsel can make reference to the original argument submitted on the points upon which a re hearing is desired, but nothing further; iroriiW.the mere citation of new author-. lies shall not be deemed a reargument of the cause. Any petition for a re hear ing of any cause filed in violation of this rule shall be stricken from the riles, and thereafter no new petition for a re-hearing in the same cause will be permitted unless leave is granted by tbe court, of its own motion, to hie such new petition. Calloa John Warner ft Co. for your hard coal, pure Lehigh, all grades at the lowest market prices. Give them a call. Office at 1808 Second ave nue, and Kroger's old stand on Twenty- fourth street. Call ana we'-ne samples; T!epbona UWi Ta. HcEmtt, . Attorney at law, loans money on good security, makes collections. Ileierence, Mitchell & Lynde, banker's. Office post office block Darts Babeoek, Dentins. No. 1724 Second avenue. Special alten tion paid to saving the natural teeth and inserting teeth without plates. Crater lake, in Southern Oregon, is over g,Q09 feet deep wis deepen in America, Kort Ti B.il or Con cress. M&A'JM i shoe mmr he money ever put in tl- market. jfc5' vj- M" Wl !Y Them ank i-.k Convinced. tttfcftt I CARSE & CO., jpiMtA tin SVoood Avenn. Km-k Mand ' -J3BA 111., and 1526 Third Ave.. Ts.-J3 E-'f 1 1 WARRANTED. bottom sewed. Fare Refunded to buyers. Round trip cheap rate ex cursion tickets. Write or call on us for maps and date of next excursion. Medill, Whitehead & Matthews Post Office Block, ROCK ISLAND. Telephone No. 11W). HALF-CENT A W0!. The AiMivm hereafter will mi!il.th in thi col umn all a Ivertitsi'iDeiibt ot Loct. Fount. For Kt-nt For Sale, Hnrd or Koom. Want-!, and nimiiar notice, at the low rate of ot foilf a cent a wortU :ch Dtnire m word, but no auvertiee merit lee? than ten cents HARPER'S THEATRE. C. C. KNELL. - - Manager. MONDAY A NO TVESDAY. Oct. 4th & 5th. PER CENT MORTGAGES Improved low Farm1. Securi'y 3 to 5 times the loan, and inspected in eacn case. Completed lcinn always on hand for sale. Sizes of loan $200 to f 10.000- Time of loans 5 years. Only ehotittloau$ handled. Referenced and detail given on uppMcation either iu person or letter. H. M. BENLEY, Attorney at Law. 414 Main St.. Pavenport. Iowa. BENEFIT ROCK ISLAND FIRE DEPARTMENT. VOH SALK, OLD PAPERS IN ANT FOR SALE. A NEW HOWE SEW tnir mochiiiH with ail thf modern 1 ml i rove ent. Knyulre at ABace office. Of WANTED. CITY PKOPEKTV IN rxchanirelor western lanl. ".V ill receive eoodltr-nerty a part paTment for land. MBDIIX. BHinSUEAD MATTHEWS. jun30-ilf Poufnce Bloc By E. E. PRICE. E. The (ireft.ci-t Sensational Comedy-Drama Of the present day, interpreted by an Exceptionally Strong Co., - Story of The Pavemeutof New Yorkl Depictiug Their Ligtite and Shadow! Bubbling with Wit aud Humor Illustrating the Life. StrucKlet and Triumphs oi tne ueroeortne New York Fire Department Price a UeuHleat on 1e at C. C. Knell' Furniture store and of the i ire men. I?OR SALE, SIXTY LOTS IX MY AD dition ih? city of Ko;k Inland on four year- It oaymenu, wb inter! altus percent por an r! U IHL L'VIk iUt You Can Save Money Carpets, OH Cloths, Curtains, Rattan Goods Carriages and Draperies, -AT- CORDES & KANN'S, Nos. 1506 and 1508 Second Ave., Rock Island. FALL S6. -WINTER S7.- HOPPE, the TAILOR, (cjiuressor to and late Cutter for I. I-iberinan.) 1803 Second Ave., Rock Island. FINE WOOLENS, CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, Worsteds, London Suiting aud Trouserings. "Largest Karl most complete stock at the Lowest Prict-9. Particular Attention given to Good Work. HARPER'S THEATRE. C. C. ENEIX, Manager. "The Fashionable Dramatic Kvcot.' 0$B SIGHT ONLY , Thursday, Oct., 7th, The Tragedian, i '-Supported by SUPERB COMPANY, Io an Elaborate Production of Sheridan Kuowles 1'owerrm Koman Tragedy, Virginius. PRICKS: tl.00. $5. B0 and It mm. Seat can Im t?H Wlut tf cMrgt ai v. c. BU I UUIU ' " v a . f-l rtl c3 LJG CO hrl LJ 3 o Ms ' aj -4-3 Z B i O k 13, BIKIElsTFELID, SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY", CONFECTIONERY, CIGARS, ETC. The cheapest place in tbe city to puroliase. Lilit expeiices in running my business is the secret of my low jukes. No. 819 TWENTIETH STREET. THIS SPACE -Is Reserved for ; Will K. Johnson's Fall and Holiday -ANNOUNCEMENT OP- Je welry Goods !