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A Tidal Wave.
HH,,fcBll styles, a" colors and
f'! fj'L Ko on sale on Monday
b fl t 25c each.
nnrchase iust consu-
AreH Nothing wrong, no old styles.
";, ,h Very newest, latest shapes
' Vrket An accidental bargain
i9 are constantly finding by
'eontnt-a- , - r -
,f new Millinery this week
A ai,:illletont at a fraction of
5 i e ArioiiK the rest are a lot of
iT.5'" )ms in Ladies and Misses Nel
ea Breeze, Clipper and other
" runs worth 75c. worth 87 l-2o
ft'1'? no worth $1.25. worth
i All f -Ht'the one price 25c, 5c
n,'n vmi ever hear of the like?
tic. I'"'.' . , , er, r rE
rn wortn cju.
f."pSworih $1.25 for 25c
worth $1 00 for 25c.
All, All, All 25c.
v ; ii, llwi'ery Jtiat reaily for eale,
c rri- e-peeially ilraimn of having
., , nrly inu"ciiitu ia adviticd.
17ia. 1714. 1716. 1718. 1720 and 1723 Jkconi Avknitb.
gjjtMvnliTi-hU'fl among me units since
tic receipt of tho9e clegiDt work and
KTjp baskets. They are of Indian man
ifieture, t"11' 88 tne product is very
limited it doubtful if we will have any
btc tbi't sfiif'n. Call and muke your
!rvi!'n- or what you want may be gone.
1703 Secoud Avenue.
Copper-Smithing, Sheet Iron, Gas and
Steam Fitting, Also Sewer work.
BIKER & HOUSMAN,
Opposite Harper House.
Howard Watches, Imported Watches,
H. D. FOI-SOM.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Syrupy
Actijquickly, it perfectly safcjaml never fail to cure all Lung troubles.
TRY IT. 10c, 25c and 60c Bottles.
Medicine known for ell Kidney, Lung andJStomach trouble, it
Thomas Kidney and Liver Pills.
Be a BotCe Samples free.
A Real Bonanza!
1 600 yards of novelty dress seree
wide double fold In plaids, stripes and
mixtures at 1 X 1 -2o a yard
STATE STREET PRICE 16 l-2c
Chicago may have the World's Fair
all right but they don t sell dry goods
as cheap as you can and them in Rock
Several tons of fresh bargains will be
opened on Monday.
' Canton Flannel. Bed Blankets, tick
ings and domestics generally.
We propose naming some very in
teresting prices on a great many new
and desirable goods which we place on
sale this week as early as we can get
them checked off and ready for the
coroprMnK .verl driven which would h Imnl
........... .,un 'me ui uieve coulee oar-
5 feet bamboo easels, 83c.
. 810 gilt frames, glass and mat. 30c.
8x10 white and gold frames, giass
and mat, 35c.
Decorated window shades complete
with spring fixtures, 35c.
Pure Irish Lim-n stationery per lb.
Wall paper at rout.
1705 Second Ave.
for the Celebrated
Druggist, Bock IilAncL
WHAT EDITORS MUST D'J.
Influence of the Jfewspapeis for
Either Good or Bad.
Wane All fraliie ,, - Tk, ,
Their Power aa4 laflata. ,, the
Penrll.eaHiiera) or Thin city Uhanlel
Wet Tagether n Ak Paroa for
Thi-lr Ulrkrdaeaa Itarlag the t'aaa.
RfcT. Gue preached an interest ao nA
eloquent sormon lnsl nigbtto bUct ngrega-
non in toe First Methodist church. tk.
lae for his text, 7 .-h k.i r tu.
flying roll," and from James 4:11. "Speak
not evil one of another." Tha a.lionL
feature of th tlisei.urfe will foam!
We have the greatest, grandest coun
try in the world. We cn hardly appre
ciate the liberties we hers erj 'y. We
are the lei-st governed of any p,.0ple on
earth. Our laws aro made and we are
governed by our peers those whom a
majority of our citizens select. At every
Keneral election we are oblige I to pass
through a politic l revi lution. This is
generally accomplished so peaceably and
quietly that we can hardly rei l ze that
any change has taken place. h is sur
prising bow much interest is taken in
our general elections, and how equally
we are divided on party lines. All this
iuterest and strife is a bealthv s bo. for
leads to etuilv and investigation.
In a government ruled by tbe people
theie must be intelligence and pi' riot ism.
1 trough one of these political strifes
and partial revolution we h i.,
passed. The people have sp ken. and
tbe voice of the mj irity must be cheer
fully rtcognlzed. The great factor in
all our political campaigns of today is
the newspaper, and not the orstors. as in
former dys. In this country we have
fifteen thousand newspapers a hich issue
3,000, 00 ,000 copies. In calculating the
influences that affect society and politics
you can no more afford to ignore the
newspaper than you can afford to ignore
tbe light of day. The newsi apcr is the
greatest educator of the nineteenth cen
tury. There is no force compared to i:.
It is book, pulpit, platform, forum, all
in one. There is not an interest relig
ious, commercial, agricultural, mechan
ical or political that is sor. within its
grasp. It is the winged sheet of proph
ecy, the flying roll mentioned in my first
text. Every institution in this land Teels
the quaking of the printing press. Mr.
Talmige says that "the newjpaper is to
be the grand agency by wtaicli the goapel
is to be preached, iunnrance ctst out, op
pression dethroned, ciime extirpated, the
world redeemed and Qod gloriBed. There
are two kinds of newspaper-' one good,
the othor ba I. One is the em bodiment of
news, the ally of virtue, t!ie foe of crime,
the mightiest agency on earth for making
the world better. The othvr is a brignod
among moral forces. It is a beslimer
of reputation. It is the right arm of
death and hell Ii is the mightiest agency
the universe for making the world
worse and tattling the cause of God.
Tbe one is the acgel o inti lliyence and
mercy, thuothcr a friend of darkness. "
THR CITY PAPtKh.
We have ia our city a couple of news
papers, that are, as a general thing, de
voted to the cause of humanity. They
give us the correct news; tbey have gen
erally been outspoken regarding the vices
that from time to time have been un
earthed in our midst. Thev have been
free to rebuke a n and shame, and have
been equal to a police force in standing
for the rights oT the people. Tbey do
more gratuitous work erery year than
any other business in our city. Tbey
have laid the clergy and the churches un
der lhi-tirg obligations to them. They
have been exceedingly free from impur
ity, and no citizen has been afraid to
take them in his home to be read by wife
and daughter. But in this recent po
litical camptign they so tar forgot their
high stmding and calling as to allow
themselves to stoop to mud flinging and
character beslimintr. How accustomed
we have become, of late to "liar,"
"fraud," "thief." "unsTipulous meth
ods," "dude,' ' drone,'' "another lie
nailed"' etc. The dead have been un
earthed, good citizens, and fair inslitu
t.ons have been dragged, into tbe con
flict who should have teen lett alone.
Hundreds of people have been disgusted,
and many have expresse themselves as
feeling ashamed at the course pursued by
our papers. One person thought to jus
tify one of the papers by saying tbe other
began it, hut that, was no justification
for bar-room and hilling te slang. Such
charges and such retorts would remind
one of a Five Points mission acbool for
ty years ago. Feelings have been hurt,
and sores have been mude that will take
a lifetime to heal.
Who . were our political candidates?
Tbey were gentlemen, respected and
honored by thousands of good people,
Tbey were citizens of Rock Island, and
have been known for years men against
whose moral rharacti r not, one word
could be truthfully spoken. They were
representative men. nna ir everyone
would lay aside hi) or her political pre
iudioes they could not help but admire
Our second text reminds us that we are
not to speak evil, one i.f another. That
is slander. Slander Is the meanest sin of
which a man can he guilty. View it as
you will, it ia intrinsiciilly, essentially and
everlastingly mean. Under no circum
stances known to us ctn its perpetration
be justified. There are many ways of at
tacking a man and get ting even with him.
but the most cowardly and malicious way
is to attack him in the newspaper. There
be ia deprived of d. fense, and if be re
plies the probability it that many of those
who read tbe attack a ill not read the de
fense. The most dan serous foe to any
community is a news: taper that ia un
scrupulous in its attu ks upon tbe char
actcr of individuals. Tamerlane de
manded one hundred thousand human
skulls with which be might erect a monu
ment to his own hon tr, but tbe slanderer
would be satisfied with nothing less than
a pyramid; built of the fair characters
slain with their poisoned weapons
false tongue and a maligning pen. This
eyil of slander springs often from envy
which is a dry rot at d works nntold mis
chief in every comm iuity and every walk
of life. ' It is the un tollable leech which
lives upon the pores . blood of men of
every calling today. Blander dues not
consist mainly in sU ting a false accusa
tion against snother but often it is done
by exaggerating real faults that maybe
in tbe character and conduct of others
Troth requires as to relate facts strictly as
THE ROCK ISLAND
they are, if we ft id It necessary to relate
them at 1 . Any intentional deDarture
from this rule for the purpose of casting
a reflection upon our neighbor is evil
speaking, indeed God calls it lying.
Tbe general character of our city papers
mentioned ha been above this grovelling
abuse. But in this political contest they
certainly allowed themselves to descend
to a level fai be!ow their general standard.
Undoubtedly they wtra provoked to say
and do things that now they are ashamed
or. It is easy to defend candidate
without maligning another. As a minis
ter of tbe gospel I believe it my duty to
reprove the spirit manifested in this polit
ical strife. I am sure If it bad been I iu
this pnlpit making such ungenerous snd
unchristian personal attacks upon promi
nent citizens such as has been made by
our city. papers they would have quickly
rebuked me without mercy. A news
paper has no more right to attack tbe
person il character of an individual than
has the pulpit There ought to be a halt
called on this line and every true citizen
refuse to recognize slanderous a'ttrks
upon public men. Its effect upon so
ciety is of the worst kind. It aggravates
and engenders a had spirit in tbe com
munity. I venture the bad effeitiof tbe
personal attack in the recent election will
not be blotted out in a generation. It is
not only an injury to society in general,
but good men will not allow their names
to be used to lead a party if they are to
be smutted and mudded nntil they hardly
know themselves They cannot afford to
place themselves in a position where the
feelings of wife and children are to be
outraged. Of course, there are some
papers that at their best are otly smut
mills and we cannot notice them. Neither
is it neceesary, as tbey have so little in
fluence tbey can do no harm. Tbe worst
tbey can ssy wiil be a compliment and
will help you instead of adding any in
jury. But the pipers I refer to stand so
high and have such an influence that what
they say against you makes an impression.
It hurts. The wis3 thing for them to do
is to acknowledge their fault, beg pardon
of those tbey injured and of their intelli
gent patrons and try to cultivate a better
spirit than prevails in our midst at pres
ent. No men in this land have im-nior
power than those connected with the
printing press. I want to beg of such
that they join with us more and more in
trying to make the world better. I charge
you in tne name of God before whom you
must account for tbe tremendous influs
ence you hold in this country to conse
crate yourselves to higher endeavors
Lift up your right hand and and swear
allegiance to the csue of philanthropy
and religiou, and when at lust standing
on the plains of judgment you look out
over the unnumbered beings over whom
you have had influence, may it be found
that you wera among tbe mightiest ener
gies that lifted men upon the pathway
that leads to heaven.
Friend, you will soon be through
writing ami pric ing and pul lishin.
What then? Our life is a book; our years
are tbe chapter;; our months are the par
agraphs; our days are the sentences; our
thoughts are t it interrogation points; our
imitation of others the question marks;
our attempts of display a dash; death tbe
period; eternity the peroration. O. Goo!
where will we spend ii? O, men. have
you beard the news, more sttrlliog than
any found in our journals for tbe last six
months? It is the tidings that man is
lost. Have you heard tbe news Tbe
gladdest that was ever announced, com
ing this day from the throne of God
Lithtning couriers leaping through tbe
palace gates crying the news, the glorious
news. 1 bat there is p tr.ion for all guilt
and comfort for all sorrow. Set it up in
'double -leaded" columns and direct it to
the whole race.
A Scotch poet, insane on everything
but religion, wrote this beautiful but
O ld has pardoned all mr nina.
That' the liMWa. Lh.t' lhi ii.xva
I feel the wltne- deep with'o.
laiuioe new, mat tne nrwi.
And ail he took my pine aa-ay.
Aim famuli me now tn p icb ana pray.
A iu nappy mivt imm QRT UI (InV.
i nai'a i ne new. Mai the nei.
And now ff anyone ebotihl way.
Wuat'fl the new, what'- tile new?
O, tell them you've begun tn pray. .
nun me new, warn the new.
Tb'it yon bare joined theconqucrrni- hand.
aou now wnn joy al wou command,
You're man hin lot he better laud.
1 bat a the n-w, that s tbe new.
FOR EARLY CLOS1XU
Art lea at the Tn-lty t,ahar ('tret
At a meeting of the Tri City Labor
Congress held in Hillier't ball yesterday
afternoon, tbe following resolution, re
ported from a committee, was unanimous
ly adopted, viz:
To the working people of Davenport, Rock
"Itdand and afoline:
liauAvtd. That we. delegates from
seventeen labor organizations of tbe three
cities to the Tri-City Labor Congress.
earnestly appeal to all working people.
male and female, and their friends, to
buy no goods later than 6:30 p. ra,
(except Saturdays); also to buy no goods
on Sundays, therebv giving all employes
of stores and places of business, where
tradine ia done, an opportunity for rest
and self improvement."
The Labor Congress adjourned to meet
at 3 p. ra. next Sunday, in K. of L ball.
Davenport. All delegates and all mem
bers of labor organizations sending dele
gates, are urged to attend as there is to
be business of importance.
Through Jackson & Hurst, the Central
Union Telephone Company Saturday eve
ning secured before Judge Pieasanta, an
injunction restraining tbe Holmes syndi
cate and the Tbompsonsllouston Com
pany from erecting poles between the
poles of the telephone company in Rock
Island and Moline, or putting np wires or
attachments in any way that w.ll inter
fere with the wires of the telephone com
pany through induction or leakage. The
injunction also restrains tbe city from en
forcing tbe ordinance which gives the
street car people tbe right to carry out
those provisions in conflict with the in
It is difficult aa yet to determine ho
tne matter win rje aojaslea. out it is to
oe uoptu tuai it win ne compromised or
otherwise settled before it interferes with
tbe progress of the work of the elee'ric
equipment. - -
Begins ia tbs orBing
The great overcoat sale announced a
few days ago by" Simon & Mo enfelder
begins in the morning. Their whole
fores has been boey all day unpacking
making out and arranging the new goods
and we are assured the sale will far sur
pass all expectations. Mr. Simon's bid
for the stock was a low one; and which
enables t -is firm to undersell any and all
competition. A glance at the goods and
prices is sufficient to convince the most
ARGUSe MONDA VV
THE HAND OK DEATH
Jaha Blearr. Sr.. aa Old Cttlara aa
Well Kim Baadaaastrr Passes
"raa Berth Kaarral af Aid. 111.
John Bleuer. Sr., died at his home on
South Seventeenth street at 1-50 yester
day afternoon. He had been ailing for
five and one-half years with enlargement
of the heart., which finally proved fatl.
He wat the originator atd father of
Bleuer's band, and during his long resi
dence here bad not only gained consid
erable of a reputation as a musician and
band master, but had proved himself an
honest, upright ciliz n, respected by all
who knew him. He raised a family of
twelve children ten sons of whom are
members of tbe band which has given his
n me sa:b a reputtlion ,
He was born Ojt. 20. 1820, at Biei-
wiil O brant, Buchegberg. Canton, Switz
erland, and came to America in 1S5..
and since 1857 his residence has been in
Rock I.land. He leaves a wife and the
following children: John Bleuer. Jr.,
Elizabeth, wife of Phillip Bladel; Jacob
Bleuer. Nicholas. William. Frank.
Charles, Edward, Mary, wife of A. M.
Peterson. BenUmio. Albert and Ilenrv.
Tbe funeral will be held at i p. m. to
KARTH TO EARTn
The funeral services over the remains
of tbe late Aid. Prank III were held from
the residence of the deceased, 8o7 Seven
teenth street, at 2:30 yesterday allernoon.
Kev. Dr. Taylor, of tbe First Biptiat
church, officiating. There was a large
attendance of citizens, together with the
municipal officers, aldermen and police
force in a body. There were many lieauti
rut noral designs, including an anchor and
shield from tbecouncil on the face of which
was the inscription "Aid. Ill" in blue ira
mortels. The pall bearers were Aid. W.
F. Scbrotder and Mefsra. F. Ludolph. U.
Limp, H. Tremann. Chas. Kolls and
Henry Schmidt. The set vices at the
grave were conducted by Germanla lodge
. o. u. w.
A six months old child of Mr. and Mrs
Geo. Young, of Eighth avecue and Sev-
nth street, was buried this afternoon.
H0.NORIX; THE ELECT.
Taalxht'a Merraade ta 'arrraiaaa
'able and Mhrrttt" 4ardaa
Tonight occurs the serenade to Con
gressman-elect Cable and Sheriff-elect
Gordon, postponed from last Friday
night because of the rain. It is proposed
to mike the affair wholly Inform-!, tbe
plan being to assemMe in court bouse
square at 7:30 o'clock and with bands of
rnusic. proceed to the residence of Hon.
Ben T. Cable, on Moline avenue, and af
ter giving ttat gentleman a compliment
ary se.enadc return down town to the
home of Sheriff Gordon tin Market fquire
who will receive a Iikern.urdnnent. after
which the screnadcrs will disperse.
It is the intention to make tbe litt'e
jubilee orderly and pleasant all around.
Ladies' hat Sale at McCahe Bros
Cook wanted At 749 Elm street
A millinery cyclone at McCahe Bros.
Ladir-,' felt hats 25c at MrCabe Br..
Wanted Boarders at 806 Vineiw nih
Fred Freeberff. of V.IW
the city t day.
Tbe ereat mtliner ami., nf it, ....,
c-rs this weelt at McCabe Bros
Mr. H. W. Dusinberre hs. r. ir, ..I
from his extended western trip.
The "Ironmatet" bv the Sin.ri Vrr,-.
company at Harper theatre this evening
Tbe first snow flakes olhe aa.in an.
peared this morn in n. but thee r
and far between .
1,000 count them-1 uti u,);-.
est choici fell hats at 25s each this w.ek
at McCabe Bros.
A fall fine milliners riovn Tl.e
tt shapes ia felt bats 25; each th a
weeK at McUabe Bros.
Be on band eatlr Tuo,te m.-inmi t..
attend the overcoat picnic at Simon !-'
Xel.ie Blv caps, worth il .vi
fl.25. worth $1 l!. all. all 25- each.
while they last, at McCabe Bros.
L't V diamond ear rinr on Mo.l
avenue between Kingsbu-y's and Lvis-
ley a stores. A liberal reward to finder.
A rare drive. 1.600 yard, wide novelty
dress serire in rtlaids. atrinea ani n,ii,,
only 11 J c yard al McCalie Bros., this
Judge Glenn reconvene,! the s..ntnn.
tier session of the circuit court a per ad
journment al tbe court house this after-
Overcoats for men boys and children,
at prices which will be a surprise, on
Tu-sday morning al Simon & Mosrn
feldir'a. Stamp Deputy M. Lee Gait s collec
lions on October were: from beer stamps.
$3 8G7; eiirars. 432; tobac?o. $5 20;
Mrs. Belle Stanton, late or Cedar
Rapids, has moved to Rock Idand and
has opened a boarding house at !06
N iiieteetith street.
It look Simon A Mosenfelder all
day today, to unpack and arranee
their new stock of overcoats. Tuesday
morning tbe scrimage begins.
Mrs. C L. Rose gave a "birthdty "par
ty Saturday afternoon to a nnmher of
btr friends whose birthdav like her own,
o curred in the month of November.
Mr. Simon returned from bis trip to
Chicago where be consummated a bite
overcoat deal. Simon & Mosenfelder will
make it interesting for clothing buyers.
Geo. Milov, colored, was prostrated by
heart disease on Market square this morn
ing. He was conveyed to bis boine in
tbe patrol wagon.
Tbe Rock Island & Milan street rail
way will be sold to the bitrbeat bidder at
public sale on Saturday, iKc. C. at the
north door of the court house at 10 a. m.
in place of Pec. 10. aa has b.-en erron
eously stated. I'niVm copy.
A girl fell through a skylight from the
third to the aecodll story or Sauerman's
block early yesterday morning, and
landed with a crash almost in tbe bed or
couple sleeping on the second fl or. No
serious damage attended tbe mishap.
Mr. H. C. Schafer bas resigned bis po
sition ss manager of tbe R k Island
slass work a and will be sucjeedod Nov
15 by Mr. N. G. Otttnto, tbe present
superintendent. Mr Scbaftr severs his
connection with the Institution entirely.
Frank Dsly had a narrow escap from
a horrible fate in the upper Rock Island
yards last night He was canght between
the tender of a switch engine and ay car.
but was rescued before he was Injured
further than to be bruised considerably.
Dr. Pltimmer attended him.
Who will be deoutv aheeirT la IK- .11
aaorbiug topic at tbe court house now.
Sheriff Gordon has abundance of good
material from which to select bis right
bower. Ex-Deputy Sheriff J. W. Cava-
BaUtfh. DefkUtr r!nnntv Tr..i,. u V
Casteel. and M. M. Briggs being the most
prominently spoken ol lor the office.
Col L. L Wheeler. ess'sUM engineer,
who bas charge of the Hermenln M,i
surveys at Milan, reoelvad nrrWa (mi.
Capt. Marshall Saturday morning to be
em wora at once. col. Wheeler Is ar
ringing to begin as soon as tbe
proper arrangements can be made prob-
&R1 -1 . . J "
NOVEMBER 10. 190.
provide the Rock Island bouse with a
S'eam heating apparatus and equipment
throughout. This s sn enterprise such
as will bring its own reward. Now, if
tbey will carry It a little farther, and pot
in a passenger elevator, too. they will
have in all respects a first class modern
Judge I. O. Wilkinson suffered a flight
paralytic stroke at 1.80 yesterday after
noon, and experienced a second seitare
last evening. Today be Is resting quiet
ly, and his attendants express tbe hope
that with care be will regain his health.
The scores of friends of ihe venerable
jurist will join in the prayerful wish.
Congressman G-t. wboss office joins
that fit the tick judge, stated at 8 o'clock
this tfiernoon that tbe patient was sleep.
Dteial lata f Ovstoeia.
Tbe stock of overcoats purrbaaed last
wrek has now arrived and we will hegm
tomorrow morning to sell a bright, fresh
stork ol overcoats for men, boys sad
children at prices which will delight all.
o trhy, shop worn, moved .truck, but
all well made and floe Biting garments,
which we guarantee in every particular.
riwox dt MoE5ret.iaK
Ojstrts atKrell Math's.
The Hotel Gordon is now for sale.
Go to Holnrook's. Davenport, for car
pets snd silk curtains.
If you want the beat paying business
buy the Hotel Gordon.
Send your friends to Krell & Math's
for a dish or can of fresh oysters.
Call snd see ibe hand-carved bed room
suites at Holbrook's, Davenport.
Parlor suites and fancy chairs nf every
description at Holbrook's, Davenport.
Ice cream always on hand and served
by the dish all winter at Krell A Math's.
A bandsoms line of honk Cases and
cabinets just received at Holbrook's, Dav
enport. An elegant assortment of dining tables,
chairs snd bat racks at Holbrook's. Dav
enport. When you want a nice dish of fresh
oysters step in to Krell & Math's and or
der them up in any style.
Adam, the credit mm, is showing a
beautiful line of fall patterns in carpels.
Call and see him, Sll Brady street, Dav
enport. The Crown dining ball. No. 1703 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish you
the best meal in the city for 25 cents. A.
B. Johnson, proprietor.
Don't m s seeing t ur rail Hook or in
grain carpets. We make a specialty or
Angora, the new weave. The A.i.m
823 Brady street. Davenooit.
We give special prices on all goods in
our line. Il will pay you to go over.
We promise to save you money.
Thb Davenport Shoe Co .
Cor. Brady and Second street.
HA R PE R'SJjTH E ATR E.
J. E. -Vovtio-1, ... Manager.
MONDAY, NOV., 10th.
THE TALENTED ACTKC34
Oar ilalm to
THE FINEST WAKDKOaK.
Tilt HKT ATI"T.
TIIK i.eurraT ti ivi
Snnr-irted tf their owa
SVPfcKR DRAMATIC U
A knnwlelrel by the rr aa4 pnhllr to be the
M4Af.t ,it uarv that eve antieaml l bmniaf
price. M.m.Ujr, "ulatit, Nu lu, the rrcai Vatf
Nrvt week Knrk laland mtle ran a linen a
arriea uf T perf-nnaaree (. the lw tincee
1.11 AM KNTTt.
NOTE The c utnn-af l.llan finart are asarerle
it t--ntT. and are dtreet from Wcnk i uf Pari
aii,l NVw ork.
lOO Years iYjo
People diUe't expect to n-ad ana. a, winter erea
1it, and lamp, were a luxury etcrj bode dldat
Now. we torn aiiot 11 to dar. andevervhude baa
lamps; tat a UouU lamp la sttll a luiarr. watch
everybody doeent have.
I wl.h yoa'd call and ee the
LITTLE JEWEL. LAMP:
totnethlag really new, and tbe prettieat and beat
yet. So candle power. S' Banal atae, nkkel
platen, and o Metal and cheap, that every im
oabt to bare rt
G. M. LOOSLET
) Sccuad Avenue.
ra seas or
fiOO.OO and Upward
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to flvo times the amuaat
ur the loan.
iBtereet T tire ent imI a -n- i - .
rammed free of chart.
E. W. HURST.
Attorhkt at Law
Booaas I aid 4 aaeocJc Taenia.
ROC IT iT.AVn TLT.
Lloyd & Stewart.
A J I
ABK YOUR GROCER FOR THEtt
-apet and l-t p'are la the paper fn
Maanu." -Lrt." -aale" and -Hrrf' amlre.
Onlyone htH real a wotd. Everybody raade tbts
coluaia. Try It.
iN'F.T L'lANKIIilV Ft MMTt KV- .1 ian
tleeond arenae. J. uy. JuNCh.
FOR SM.r-A FIJIIC L T r MKilK'AL IS
etmrami. alMi a fnll rt ir enal ai-ore
at J. VI". Juaca' second hand More, ISII hecotd
LtXT A LAtiUB BLAt'K KarPni;xi)LAD
no; rira aikiat 10 poand-; while aa
bera-t. from let aad tail; reward to Sader, Ho.
Bui bulk areaae.
SKOOMkHANO n RSITfRB. bna.hu sold
or exebanrrd. M.atey Umnmt or Parattaea
etoeed al M.Mtthf rH. i .
Oaeenpo. "'' "
FOR RALK VAI.ISBI.R fATBKT IM
proreaieot on FJerainra. Now In op. rattoa al
Mar rinl.hine Wm., irwi Hamllinfi su, Fbtlada.
Pa; preeereee It'e and limH; ut fall pi.rtkalar
spply to KOHT J. WALKER, rneraww.
WASTKH-THREF. IXTHI I.KiEXT AND AC
lie enlicllnr- to work In Kjm L l.lu-,1 m,,.o
Addr Hum I , k 1 . , . '
------ j x., ' - mi . im
TJTAXTED-M ITAI.I.F. I-ARTV T LKR
Auerlean: i..l iw-,i
eeealn( at Cuawerdal fccuL -t
WASTED An oril.e Trarellnr ate.naa lo
alia eaerai l,n f.r M
mercbantaonly. Kvl wa.-e and etreu- ,td
boleale onVoe ! -IM M aeklncu M , 'hln(o.
AXTEII-A PLAiR IN A I'KIVaTE
lim i In i m kl. .ir.. . k
J'roijhle aaintrd with tbe dat'lra locldi-ntal
....,. t mn 11 - w.imaa i a enea
petent biw keeper. Br-t reftreacee ria.
Addre. " A " A eo i a ofllre .
WANTED. A LAOV TO MAMA'iK A
Hran, b ofllre. at h r own borne, lur the Pa
ainae Prmale (t-eine tirat-cr Li.t": a apleadid
opponumiy: aoire wtih -lamp. The .r Ojoo
ley Medical ln-lltat-. Snih Hrod Ini
SAI.KsaKN WANTED T l SKI.i. NU-KhV
ntoek. Mine prtniaurnu ! and e
Pne. r mnni-mi in-, -r, v....
ence aeeare. iiutai fi-. lint, f. irrm-.
-'-..l,v il. ft. ItlMkLK ll .aM.
H t H J
Wanted.;eehi. vriK alKnttu
pen hrd-a .rt.r- In -nw ptiir.pal e'l
a-naieerlueiiec.H.tr.J . I ...,r -.r mU4 ai."
point ka al aii.t -i, hi- , -. . , .L.
elate; r hiiuan. (..nr. la anl-
ernai oeaaiHi. and par a a t , f Mi to f u
Broadway, New York. r
LCMBKR LUVB nK V.lk'l WoKk MkK UP
all arade. raa .ute l.a.l e- ai-i.l ia
me laatbrr yarda Csicu-i at fruat II Si hi
liilii-fit .. . . i . .
. - - i' - b .'n- i no. to a. a.
HllUfkK awreiare at Vie hir..-o Lkubw
lr.Wr A Uli.ai. r.. ei tn.mhre u(
C imnn,. . H. eorurt i.w.-aile a 4 a ahuu.i-a
PHQFES3 I ON AL C A DS.
J. 3U HE I. lLLv'. "
ATToRNKT AT LAW-4ifnc atih J. T Sea
wartby. IT reod Aeenae
JUKMIX A HfkSTT
ATTORHET AT LAW. iflce tn Rrk lalaad
Natloaai liuk Bui.!it,f. k k l.ia4. u
a. a. awaxaax.
c. L. wataaa.
S" I'EXET A TAT A LEER.
I TTORNBT9 ASO ClifNKU.iiR AT LAST
IQSVeta nVtur-UK. a loca, kwt Uiar.d. IU.
XrEMRT A IrFMKV,
iTmnviv. iTtir-i .
. Hn .. .. NHPU m OT" nWf
aofaeit.aakee.J eitwin. N-rrore. Kit. a
II Lyadc. baakera. iKWIa pouoVa Uxl.
TUP Hill V llLl
FOR ALK EVEV EVEMNti al frajaptoa a
ewa btaod. l-lee ccat pet copy.
DRS. RLTUEKruKU A Kl TLtlt,
,,rotlee. Veiernary Pti-iati ann 1 ir.inn
UAcat Tindal! l.ieery t.V; Kre dwwe. crier
Aetera Bakery, market wjaare.
To aril oar Cnda by ampV to aWaWle ea4 re
trade. We are tbe Urve-t aaaasrarirer. la
oarllae. L4hrral aa'aey p.id. feemanetit p..
tWia. Money adeaacrd ue aim adeerUaiad.
etc T t n. Idrr
CEIrEEBIAt. aro. CO . laVaca. V.U
HORST VON KIECKRITZ. PkaraiarM
rua-umoii a ttrtruitt.
Tonrth Are. and Twent jr -Third St.
W. C. MAUCKER,
llailar parthMrd the
PMperty abkh be ba. bad leCtied rr the ho
tel bailaeaa. I. aw peepared to araaa
atudata traaueat rarota.
Day and Regular Boarding
at eery reaaoaabar pricea.
Be Is aiaa eactfed la lb
at tbe earne p'ace w4k a cWtea tot of brareeieS.
rarai aradace a eueci&itr.
SO pee cent redactlM far tbe 'it SSdeys
aa Bacrtaaead tpr.a a aa.
Ma. MM. lets aad Kl, Third Ate,
Is tbe ebeaati pear la tbacaafity to bay Cbr
nasaa. feaaa. Paiala, Una, ate.
We make two special offeringB
1. Double Fold Drefts Flannels
in a variety of shades and mix
A surprisingly low price for first
Hock Island. Illinois.
Bsrs tha largest astatUi
DOXT FORGET TOE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos 121. 12t5 aod 2H Sixteenth 8tre?t,
IJS'MBroKATEU rDEB TIITfl STATU LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
IIOCK ISLAND, TT.T.
0,-a J.ll,f,a ai tola aL,ea4 wiera.e eeealar. feaa; las attack.
Flra par cent Interast pai i DtKslta. Monaj loaaad oa ParaoaU Col
lateral or Real ILatata Sacarity
S r. !T..U) rwa t t:. DtXKaAXH. r, rrea.
- a r- -rJi. w c. r M, rvabaartt C t LraAa.
4aena B Hraer. WaiKiawea.
Narrow Escape from Fire!
Bat pncei wat il-iwn t tneetiha araats of arwrr ona arlahlak ta bar
OIL CLOTHS, SHADES, DRAPERY, Etc.
PRICES IN PLAIN FIGURE.-.
KANN & HUCKSTAEDT,
N' . 1411 aJ l?-,3 S.aJ aveaua.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH "
$2.50 Per Gallon.
TvOIIN & ADLER,
KemuTd 10 219 S?Trnt-rnth Street -
' MARKET SQUARE.
P. Lvlirs' Fine SMinra in all the Bear stflra aad paMerat .
Fur Lvl is Fine. PaMj Sl.fpera U star aad ratcby abadf a.
For M.a Parrot Ua ber. CorJotaa aad Frrora Calf ia arw fall BtjJts.
STABY, BEEQER & SKILL,
McroaJ aoj Harriaoa Sia Sucre aawa to O. M. KdasaUt, Uavrapon.
m:. e. jvruRRnsr,
Choice Family Groceries
Cc. Tair4 arraas aad Tweoty-Crat Si, jUjk lalaal.
A SretlM k af Ore U win he at Ww-aa bev artraa. Aahe.w.ka.
e-ae- ..'irii4 mmm. aaaea aw aabac
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
No. 24 Fifl A-aue, ROCK l!?LAXD.
cwavaa.aeaeUKk. tbe beet a.4 at Um !
Use Raven Gloss Dressing,
the Lett fur UJics times. Nrrr
bcaIcs, cracks ixar ii.jarcs 0.e IcaxSct.
Try a buttle anJ tc cununccvL
GEO. SCHNEIDER, -
t Fit Atcbob,
2. Wool Bulttngw. 30 laches
wide, plain shades at
You ha rent seen their equal for
anywhere near 25c
If Ton art a ssoarj Barer ao will la
(t'caU. It rin pT jo IB taka
fflaaoB tBroack tmr
hroaiit Wast of Cbteacw-
J. ra. i ruaa. oaahiac
- anrea. A ahaee af I
Buy a Pair of
Wu r n. 1 x t e cl
fOR WET WEATHER.
Thaopperlnthia Boot h a
pavtnt linlnc. nich la Add, OH
"WBteiprooX. laertd la such
a manner as to rr.ulf bcth front
And back AbscJctelx
for saW pbI ty
un Uco4 Aaaaba,
uij uvi n auuaauay.
- BayioU's Biota.