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II TIIB T7EDNE8PAY; tfOVEIlUKR OllX THROUpi TH COUNTj) ; KK1KF, BENITO 1 ; 1 1 0 . ! !0 .. I S )i MM SO if-fM!ii;;- A; 'lirge line of fine Chenille Curtains heavily fringed and bordered, $3.50 a Pair k -AT- W. S. HOLBR00 101. 'MS, 107 K. Second Street, D aV i1a P :T, 4 1A. i You're Tired of buying Shoes that don't wean Isn't that so? Try a pair of our $5.00 shoes you will get your money's worth and a lot of stvle thrown in. If you want to pay another dollar, pay $4.00 and get an elegant shoe, fit, style and long wearing qualities combined. You should see our new-Welt Shoe for Ladies at $4.00. " BABIES' OUTFIT, "Eider Down" Bootees and Mitts. "The BOSTON," 1621 Second Avc Under Rock Island House. JICORTORaKB tTVDU TBI RATS LAW. Rock Island SavjnBahk, Rocs Iilavd, III. Opts llT hMll.a.lllf.B.M Fm'per cent Interest paid oa DeposUa. laterals r.tirrcuLkmn. Mom? loaned om Personal ooU oortty- bcfobd, racist. p. L aMciMn. r. c ;, m, LWBnX, J. W. Baawa. teat T Vs. CabiA. Hot. t;--Thre are indica tion, aad mora than indicatione-M there rs practical efforts that the Tillage,! Cable shall be pat iato a better condition thaa ever before. There lea apirtt of progress among the people, mmi although theiahabi. rgely devoted to miaiag, iaera who are only work- the dT. as it were, show a decided willlnraeea to assist ia the ng by aea wiiiineaeee creatioa or last n ten ante of any new - Heases for rent by E. H. Gayer. L Fresh oysters at Krell A Math's. ' ) .Have yoa tried White Rose cream ery? ,. . ... ; . 1 'Oysters served in any St vie at Krell Math's. - . v I . ' Oysters by the can or dish at Krell Math's. ; Krell hit :l ti . ). n nrn (Mi ! I Ice cream or oysters at Attend the grand ball to be., given at Roche's hall Saturday Kct. 11. project that is worthy of support. iHug-Healer-wentser Dry . Ia a short time the people will. In poods company's display ad. on all probability, have the benefits of a roBrth P"s- large oraia which will add vastly to Auaittonai saloon licenses were the , comfort aad cleanliness of the issued by City Clerk Huesing yester. plaea. The Tillage authorities are day, to Henry Demmtck, PtaffBros., aotive ia the matter, and in a little George Wieland and Henry Ehrhorn. while, it Is expected, the scheme will lr. Rodgers, of Kentucky, special. uaia operation. list in female diseases, who . cured ora town that is so Quiet on the , Mrs. Geonre Glockhoff in nine davs. surface, there is much activity. And is at the Rock Island house; where politics is aot foigutleu.- During a- he may be consulted.' Room 64: campaign a stranger might think the I g,.. Foater broncht ia a coupe ""-gewas aciryao intense is km of MmplM o(IndUn corn from the feeling and the amount of enenrv I ' ....,, ,. displayed by the voters of .both po- no,,.g vesterdav. which eJTectualiT lineal parties. In the thickest of the lo the . rtg of a tailu mTII". thT P'lUcm "Ugof ' of this TTrt corn crop. The ears will be found such active. perstent wnich were ,eft al theAKGl9 office spirits as J. T. Rvan and Dr. A. L. measure 13J inches, and is as beauti- W ray, men who know not such a tui as.ever grew on a cob. thiag as defeat as long as there is a " , .,, , . gleam of hope." Others buckle u fi Tth.e. Ar,." P fl' W,U I?H,or.,fce their armor also, and show the stuff firrt xm public ou aext Thunday of which they are made. While this :,!""", fOB.cert. Inhe is said of the democrats, it must be Methodist church in this city. rememlred that thev have no child-The soc.ety is composed of young like, vacillating foe to contend niateur musicians, who are resi- .o-.i-.. Th. L.kii.... --- t this city, and the aim is to on the alert and tdv t .11 time, to dd lt9 numbers until a largeor- i.k. .jf. ..$ Annn..n.u . chest ra is formed, and then perfect But democracy U ga'ining ground "BjaelTea in the highest class of rapidly and it members understand B,n9lc- mo? tho?e...,reJ,.dy mm' the truthful maxim, that in times of i.f8 re tbe "'J".'"" "?? el: .w...o , . ..: . tie Coyne and Maud Campbell, and taav iui ea tisuiuua i si r 1 1. I..,'. Jm.1- -i.;i. .u. Messrs. George Stroehle, Frank democrats of . Cble hd not I Waodyatt,.. W. Day., William Bog- where to M their heads, politically , e" nd f , ers- - y i. ,u-J ti :!plav .next Thursday evening they had 'their feet upon tbeir native i PW .daaea Seranata," and the heath, and if some should object that 1 Vrtw to the Storm Kmg.v the heath to them is not a native one, I cot ktt bi ildino. they anxavr that before very long! .TntMtm. , iney win make it such u wen-laid ( Nov. - Moline Water Power com- piaus and Uetcrmiaation , count for, toElot F. Lundin. lot 8, block anvm.np. sucn ia tae state or pon- p Moline Water Power ' ! add.. Moline. 475. n : i Jacob KreU to Theodore Ehler, j - pan lot, z, net s, j, ?w, foyu. I lics.iu.the kingdoniaf Cable. company s . iiALVALLKV. CAU Valuev. Xov. ".Business of all classes is picking tip rapidly. and the feeling of .uneasiness during the suspense, caused bv dilatoriness of the fen ate on the silver question. has pasd away. Abe new postmaster, jonn itanon. has takeaj hold f (tyho ofllce in a man nor to pCase averjboeV. He is at- tentive, obliging and painstaking. Dr. Myers is a newlv Hedged son of Esculapiusi who will practice in the alley, tie Is a bright young man, and his talents cannot fail to be acknowledged in a short time. Dr. Huston has occupied the. field for such a length of time that he has long ago had bis abilities recognised. Krapp Lees report business good as well as increasing. Their trade extends throughout the district gen erally. Those good democrats who read( only republican papers for their pol- lucal inspiration, are uegiaatng to think that they are aot the men hey were considered to be as they weekly view themselves through republican spectacles. - IBB' ABOia strolling reporter asked several people "what they were doing thereabouts apart from bust- ness, and the answer came promptly back: "We are preparing, for the next campaign." i And it ia evident that there are many wao are prying into the, iuture. The republicans are hopeful, but then what can even a hopeful republican do in a banner democratic town like Coal Valley? D. hum Jilj Mas, saS senpr Um cotaersf BttefceU LiseVs aew suUelBt JOHN GJPSOIT, thk wvurt-OLxm ' '1 :: No naa cam afford to nave " JhxAt nor, in sach times asi A lKior bflL Zoa Riot ' tie Bickne, fares the bHb. - 1 I TJ Msa a stele WU9 i in: JAHfJS & BERTLESEN a o I ao T3 e m 2l CL r i "' : ' : : " , , - s 9 0 s Peoria Cook and Ranges, . , Tivwarx Aim IIoiTBK FuRtnenirre Cfoon. If lt SECOND AVKNTJL ROCK ISLAND. 11 L Jonathan Huntoon bv heirs James F.- Huntoon, lots 7 and bl(H-k 8, Pitts. Gilbert & Pitts' Second add., Moliae. 12.000. i Simon Koch to Anton Fiedler, nwj nel 7. 19. 2e. fl,700. John M. Wilson by heirs . to John Housch. part s av) SO, 16, lw. 10. Arthur H. Laflin to Robert A, Hulea'tt, s 60 acres wj Awl 3. 16, 2w ej seVS4. 17, 2w.f4.000. ' . ) " . : rroaate. "' " 7. Estate of John C. Thomas. Bond of William H. Thomas filed and approved, and letters of administra tion issued to him. ; John S. Bruner, Stephen Brayton and Henry McPher son appointed appraisers. Order an thorisiag administrator to feHl fat aogs at private smie. ill I Estate pf .uJbnathan.illuntoon. Claim of George W. Walker, $25. al lowed. Estate of Frederick Beuedix. Waiver by widow of specific allow, ance filed. . Estate of John Behrens. Bond of Mary Behrens filed and approved. and letters testamentary -issued to her. , -rllnsiil ss wa. Nor. 7. Fred 6. Nichols, Daven port; Kate Kough, Rock Island Our Purpose In Advertising it to let everybody wln I.uvh clHhi K that's al Man kind here about know iur nr f.ll enivnr - if. nd tbat tbe finest ev-r diplynd m ih city. Ton are,' es ' pectfully Invitetd to caM mil p- the latest io pattern and sty Irs, in fall aud wi r n J . B . ZTJ Cat ad lv- nnt "4fc Bt'k AkPositii flRPR rloTSfc. E. her kasMlaalsi T-stsawssniaslty. 12. ' At 324 Seventeenth Street. a ok i rautr i HOPPEv THE TAILOR, 0 ltC3 Coeond Atwn ennq Dnnnnonna, WW Win ' MSUR. Joslik, Nov. 7. rfMrs. F. Crompton has retained from visit to Rock Island..' ' No doubt all that ' contributed to the World's fair, felt proud of their exhibits. Saturday last completed the term at Willow-bale school, taught by Hiss union. .. ; ; j ; . j : .' j Mr. Swank shipped a car load of hogs, on Tuesday last. He paidfo.fiO per hundred. Mr. Daily, our blacksmith, and Mr. Flanagan,, our harness maker. are being well pafcronied. , " r Farmers sVeuld',keea sharp look out tor. their poultry. Alexander Dunbar nas had 15 turkeys stolen. Some of the last goers to the fair have not returned at this writing. It is to be hoped they will escape as sassination. . ' i i 1 . ! ; . ' ; Was not that a sad and sudden taking off for Carter. Harrison! ' The expression in his last speech that he expected to live .60 years, . at. which time Chicago J will have taken in Omaha, New Orleans and New York as suburbs, will long be remembered. . a-caanai Hood's Sarsaparilla . is carefully prepared from Sarsaparilta, Dande lion, Mandrake, : Dock, Pipsissewa,' Juniper berries and other well known remedies, by a peculiar combinatiqn. proportion and process, giving ito Hood's Sarsaparilla curative powers not possessed by other medicines: ' It effects remarkable oures when other preparations fail. Hood's Pills cure biliousness. 'f); (AChiHaJs;t;r The pleasant flavor, gentle action and soothing effects of Syrup of Figs, when in need of a laxative, and if the father or mother be costive or bilious, the most gratifying results follow its use; ao that it is the best family rem edy known, and every family should have a bottle on hand. Send at once to John Sebastian G. T. A., C. R. L t P. R, R.. Chicago, HI., and receive, postage paid, the slickest deck of cards you ever han dled. Only 10 cents per pack, in J atamps or eoia. far Bate. Two miles east of Coal Valley 115 acres with good buildings. i 'Half .mile from . Iowa Tine in Jack son county, Minn., 80 acres, good buildings. Timber land opposite Muscatiae. A good woodman can pay for land with wood and render every acre tillable. A splendid opening for , the i. E. H. Gi J. T. 1 )TXON . , . i . . . ... i. . ., . ' ' ; i- . . Merchant TAJl liOR And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens. 1708 fteeond Avenue. Fifth Avenue Pharm HORST VON kioCldufz: 3 la esw located in his aew buikUac at the coraer ' ' . ' aad Twaatyaaird street. it CA Tifth aaanaa right man. GCTEB. The Xaase ml ! The name of God is spelled with four letters in almost every known language. In Arabian ft is Alia; East Indian, Teul or Esgi; Egyptian, .Tent on Attain; French, Dieu; Vau dois, Dion; Tahitian, Atua; Hebrew, Adon; Irish. Dich; Japanese, Zain; Jjatinl Daut; German, Gott; Malayan, Eesl; Persian, Syr; Peruvian, Llan; Tartarian, i Tiran; Turkish, Addl; Scandinavian. Odia; Spanish. Dios; Swedish, Uodd; Syriac Adad; Wl laenian. Bene. .r ...,,,AWisOwlMMi! ' WestCobikth, Maine I doctored for years for biliousness, but nothing ever helped me like Simmons Liver Regulator. I shall take nothing else hereafter. N. M. Oakman. Your druggist sells it in powder or liquid. The powder to be taken dry or made into a tea. . ... VsrStarimr taata. . ; ' -Mrs.. Win Susy's Soothipg Syrup (as been need ttr childrea teethiag. ' It soothes the child, softeas the gums allays all pain, cares wind colic, aad Is the beat remedy for diarrhoea Twenty-five eeats a bottle. THE NEW City Bua joind Ezprec3 Line. Telephone Rock Island or Harper Hotels for 1ms or express .; wagon and yoa will recei prompt attention. ; . TXHBEBL ASB ft ePESCSn. Prop. Cbntritpr and Builder, ' mtMrasm m. BcsldsttcstmrMrtksrcsa. t spstiaisjirts farstoaed H els n o wit; also swt far WDlsra FsttaUaates ata BIa,tmcUtBc aew. stylish sad Sssuabls BouKistamiru. JOHN KONOSKY, . . i. . v: : ... i-jji it i a : - - . " - " Carpenter and jgiiilder. OFFICE. NO: 8821 SIXTH AVVNTJE, rif: ill fihop on Vina Street. "A HANO SAW 18 A COO tHlNQ. CtJT fcOT -Ttt M; y O OTB3PHOPEB THIWO 13 H0lfe34afcSs5a. sir wej'S p:3 cq .! . it- i BO'mMM SO.i. . - ! Jsssaauiiais.i hum; i7 s mw. ' Sak BSssi ElffMI4ifw.-J-'b XRICduTAN f?owrturras.