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J. B.Wilson. S71 Clay St., Sharm
luirjr. IV. ar he n il! not be with
out Dr. King' Now Discovery for
t'iniinipiitn.oii;;h ami CoIiN.tbat
it ruri'tl hiit wife who was ttm-ati o-i
with pneumonia after an attack of
La tirtpiw." whim Various oilier
rvmeilirs nnl apteral pliVhit iuim hat!
lioni? Ii-r no jrmKl. Kolx-rt iSarlxr.of
t'.mkMimrt. IV. c-laim Dr. King'
New !icovcrr has lone him more
PmI than nnvthinp hp hm cvrr uixil
l..r Ituir trouble. Nothing like It.
I'ree trial IsilUe at Hurt fn
f iiTfTrs e!nfcr hrtv. I arty Mut Uoa
;' --nti atui i.
Tin nmi-ilv U Ixvnmin;; o wt-P.
know u nu! m j.jnl&r a t. m-eil no
ojvI.U pvntion Jil aOm fliavc u-
k!iM-tr!e Uilti-rn the name Pong
of pra!?. A ' purer nii-.iiciuc tloen
not i it ami it is ptiaruiitncil to ilo
all tli:U is elaimoil. Kleetrie Hitter
will cure all lUseasrs of the liver ami
j Liiliiers. will remove pimples. ImiH.
fnlt rlii'iitu r.nil other afTections
-mi-i t by impure MimmI. Will drive
I materia iroin the systc.m anil prevent
j ft wil as eiire all nia'H:il (rwrs
, Ir fiiri of henl:i'lie. -ntiia'.ion
jam! inilijr?.tiin try Kleetrie hitters
Kit I in alif:tetion rn:ir:inti'iil. or
niney n-fumle.! 1'rlex .V.) via. and
!!.)' p;-r bottle r.lLirU & l'l!c-
j nrcxu.N s aumca salvk.
j The best salve in tlicworhl for cuts,
fruies, sores, ulcer, salt rheum
; Kever sores, tetter, eh:ipjM hand.,
clii!'!alT;y. Cfrns, ami all skill ernp,
! tioiis. anl positively cures i ! or
no p:iv rviiiretl. it is pnaranteed
' to pive fwrfift Kati.-ifuctiou.or money
refiimli'i!. Price 25 cents per box.
. I of sale by Hurt. & UlViucyer
A J'F.UitAL IWHK worth
(xii.l.'.li.s, n-ut tor 10 rente la
Vai'U Euv U-pe.
St t'rt frit!le at lrucitit.
Mv. lri.it SUc nt by n.ail.
Lritrr for mlvir Harked
"Cm n! tins lH'imrtmrnt " an
tern I'jr tur ! . irUuJ only.
tot nn m-.atc'ii co,
li. li. iYtmiiM. Sr'jr.
m THE TAILOR,
1803 Eecosd Avetiue.
TRACTORS and BUILDERS.
II.v',3 o: Carpenter Work Doae.
W "I T.!i tn. KUCB ISLAND
WAYS THE CHEAPEST.
v your Crockery. Glasewart Cnt-
ct (W ttr. and IJitjeL"!, st ti e Ul3 and
HKS. C. WITSCB'S. 1314 Third Ave
Bus and Express Line.
" k Tnlr.n 1 r.r HariHT Hotels for 'rns or exprvse
' -ti 1 yon will rcWw prompt attention.
TI!3:JEKLAK& 8PENCEB. Props.
Island Brass Foundry
'nCKITECTOnftl IBOK HORK. , .
- . ' . if,. f-)a-tipi Mum catlrir. l' Mlas ud teamen Mat
-, rtiij t kra awtal aitrta sm artiptM vara.
: .1 KrucuuJuo aadlMU- . Bt tK IilAM.
,..1. MilUElU. I'ropjU-to,: r
oers, Steam, Gas Fitters.
" 'i ! SnnUarr lIumU!nz. Kasrnicnt Uck I1anlt. ITatik.
pc DIRT GATHERS, WASTE RULES-
p CAVING RESULT8-FR0II THE USE OF
) S 1 .... .S ..f .OWT.MT.M "hlJ-H ?, ,,.,).
Pay your water rent,
Use Best on Record flour.
TrJ Wahl"s medicated aoap.
New pianos for rcat at ltowlby's.
Lovely Lomc-.na lc candies at Krell
Ten second hand organs cheap at
Weher & Decker Bros', pianos at
vV!c& Decker Bros'.
-'5 worth of hhcet mu.sic for 35
fen Is at Bowlhy's.
If Ton try lU-st on Record flonr,
(f'jnpl have no other.
.A ,'rjiin iaV $451 upright
JMano for J75. at U'mKlvatl's. 1717
Tea nnd wafers at the Kins
IHiiphtcrs-' ale at Mrs.-Mont.'oir.cry s
ltemcmlier the .late and cneourayc
th j laIi.-s l.v coming to the sale
Be sure ami inrestiale the clip
pin? line at th- sale next Wcdncs.hiv
at li fj Sreoal avenue.
Talk alx'.ut tine chocolates. Krell &
Math han.11 lv those that took
premiums at the World's fair.
LeafJ.ird. tvnd.-rloins. spare ri lis,
tiu-' feet and trim mines at J. S.
Cilmore's jirk hou.-e, ixth street
and First avenue.
Why di your own liakin?, when
you can l.u v such lovely cakes at
Krell & Math's, and at prices that
will surprise you?
Prof. MeClean will make butter
cups nt Bailey's market from 7 to 9
this evening, and invites evervlmdy
to come and try them.
Clendeuin's dancing class meets
every Tuesday evening at :30 p. m.
at tlie Stamliird club rooms. All
lovers vt daneinj invited.
If you want to givn a pa -tr, and
wih to serve the daintiest refresh,
ments, and hava everything nice, le
sure and have Krell & Math supplv
everything for you.
If you want lovely dolls, home
made eandy, artistic me lie work or
numerous atti active Christmas gifts,
attend the snle at Mrs. J. M. Mont
gomery's. 12 ".I Second avenue.
Seats for Mrs. Katherine Fisk's
sing recital can bo reserved at Mar
shall & Fisher's Monday morning,
Dec. 4th, price 75 cents. Secure i
seats early, as tin; seating capacity
of the tsall is limited.
The jingle of the merry sleigh
liells has beun heard in the land,
and yon now want bells, blankets, 1
lap robes and harness of everv des
cription. The place, to secure these
goods is at Fred Hillinger's, the lend
ing harness dealer, 1.1oG Second ave
nue. Rock Island, who is making
some big reductions. Call at once
and get bargains in the harness line.
Before yon purchase a piano or
organ, do not fail to cell and s-e m v
prices. I sell new pianos from $i'5
to f P)H cheaper than any firm in the
three cities. I will sell new organs
from $f,5 to fisr. on easy monthly
jaymcnt. Call and see the new
styles for the ho'.idnys. A special
discount will tie made on nnv instru
ment sold this month, at Bowlby's.
There's some mighty weighty ar
guments in our remarks tmlay. so
yon had better lend a willing ear to
what we have to say. Such splendid
goods as ot:r were never seen this
year marked down so low, but, they
nr.lst go. for we have got to clear.
This reason we have told before, the
gfiods have got to go. and at prices
we now make you but they won't go
slow." For further particulars eall
in nt utclilTe's great closing out
sale of wail paper and window
shades. R Cram pt on it Co. arc getting
ready for the holiday trade, at
their book and art store, 1725 Sec
ond avenue. During the past :'.."
years this store has l.ecn the centre
of attraction for purchasers of holi
day goods. This season will be no
exception, as it will contain a mag
nilieeiit array of attractive goods,
making a miniature World's Fair,
w here suitable gifts can be secured
at very moderate cost, for young and
old. Don't mistaku the place next
door to M. V K.
In conformity with his usual ens.
torn II. D. Folsom, the jeweler, at
1703 Second avenue; has for the holi
day trade a superb assortment for
his patrons He is showing some
vcrv beautiful things in genuine cut
glasa. Iu gold and silver watches
for ladies and gentlemen his stock
cannot lie beaten. His ring display
includes a great variety of beautiful
settings, and in diamonds no larger
or liner lay out of brilliant gems can
lie seen in the three cities. His
usual stock is as comprehensive as
ever, and contains many new and
handsome novelties, especially iu
Itear.lslcr Kuy '
Artnow located in their' new quar
ters. 1515 and 1517 Second avenue,
in the Carse building, w hich is one
of the fiaest b;:ildings in the city;
adapted for that, line of business.
They have a large stock of the best
w ines and li'piors. consisting of the
leading brands, sucn as the vut i
lor, Hume, Jockey Club and many
other brands of the finest whiskies.
They are the sole agents for the
Arsenal club, which has had such a
tremendous sale. Call for it.
Job I'rtnt nj.
ThJ best and quickest work for the
mony ir the city. T. H. Ellis.
1:121 Second avenue
Pout Bvkox, Nov. 29. Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Sheppard, of Oskaloosa,
Iowa, ara visiting relatives in town.
' M. M. Reynolds, of Moline, was in
town today, accompanied by his son,
F. E. Rogers, who has beca sick
for the past week, is able to attend
to business again.
Lewis Taylor has been wrestling
with the grippe for the past 10 days,
but is now able to be out agaiu.
George Olin is improving, al
though Htill confined to his bed at
the tivtw! of his daughter in free
W.'Ilojte, or Dalzell, Ohio, who
been employed at Stanwood, Iowa,
the past summer, is visiting, his
cousin, S. W Martin.
The Knights of Pythias have ar
ranged with Dan T. Leahy, advance
agent of the Raw-sons, for a musical
entertainment to be given in the M.
K. church on Wednesday evening.
Dec. 13. "
The ice stopj.l running were
Thursday evening last, and pgnplc
have been c-roislng on foot since that
time. Xo teams have ventured en
the ice yet, but the skaters of I c
Claire ami Port Byron are out in fu.l
force every day.
James Cary came home "Saturday
night, ami departed again for Lyons
on Tuesday morning. He has "been
employed as second engineer on ti e
steamer, (iuardie Kastmau, the past
season, and since navigation closed,
lie and William Moore," first engineer,
on tiie same boat, have parchasud a
confectionary and cigar store in
Lyons. Jimmy is well ' known here,
where he grew up, and Mr. Moore is
remembered as one of tho most ac
commodating men w ho ever ran on
our ferry bout here. We wish them
success in their new venture.
At Trinity chapd. Kev. R. F.
Sweet, rector, even song and Sunday
school at 2:3. ( p. m.
At the Christian church. Prof. B.
C. Caldwell, f Moline. will conduct
the meeting at 10:45 a. in. In the
evening at 7:3 o'clock, special
At the United Presbyterian
ing by the pastor. Rev. H.
shall al 10:45 a. m. and at 7:3; p. m.
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Young
people's meeting at G:15 p, m.
At Trinity church. Rev. R. F.
Sweet, S. T. 1).. rector, tomorrow,
the First Sunday in Advent. Sunday
school at 9:15" a. m. Matins ami
celebration at 10:45 a. m. Evensong
at 7:30 p. m.
At the Aiken street chapel, the
!irst anniversary of the dedication of
the chapel will be observed in the
eveningVat 7:3. Preaching by the
pastor. Rev. John II. Kerr. A spe
cial offering for the debt will be
made at this service.
At the First M. E. church. Rev. F.
W. Merrcll, pastor, will preach at
10:15 a. in. ami 7:30 p. m. Morning
subject: rharao"s Four Proposi
tions:"1 evening, Remember Lot's
AVifa." Sunday school at 9:30 a.
ni. Young people's meeting at C:30
At the Central Presbyterian, the
usual services in the morning.
Preaching by the pastor. Rev.
John II. Kerr will preach. Sunday
school at 11:45 a. m. Young peo
ple's prayer meeting at C:45 p. m.
No evening service on account of the
anniversary service at the Aiken
At the Broadway Presbyterian,
Rev. W. S. Manjuis will preach at
10:45 a. iu. on "A Modern Concep
tion of the Mission of the Church."
and at 7:3o p. m. on "Hymns that
Have Helped Into the Kingdom. "
Sunday school at 9:15 a. m. Young
People's meeting at C:45 p. m. South
Park chajiel Sunday school nt 2:30 p.
At the First Baptist, preaching by
the pastor. Rev. C. E. Taylor, Ph. D.
morning and evening. 'Subject fr
morning. The Word of Christ to the
Troubled:' evening, "What is it
Probable that Jesus Christ Would
Say and do if He Were Personally iu
Roek Island?"' Sunday school at
9:15 a. m., C. L. Wilihtms, super
intendent. Young people's union at
6:3' p. m., Fred Pollard, leader.
Topic, Individual Responsibility."
Capt. Lizzie Buyer will p!av and
sing ut the li. 1. I. I . meeting at
t oriy-iourin street :napei at 3 p.
m.; F. M. Sinnct, superlii'iondont.
(Sospcl service iu the chapel at 7:30
p. m., led by S. J. Woodin.
A. F. A. M.
Rock Island Lodge, Xo. 058, A. F.
& A. M., at Masonic Temple, has
elected the following ofliccrs fur the
W. M.I-Kmil Beck.
S. W. George Kiehmonu.
J. W. F. D. Jenkinsou.
Treas. Willard Baker.
See W. D. Hart a.
Board of Control Lfffrfs Kohn
- Auditor F. Woltmann.
Hoot's and Only Eosd's
Hood's Sarsaparilla is carefully
prepared from Sarsaparilla, Dande
lion, 'Mandrake, Dock, Pipsisscwa.
Juniper berries and other well known
remedies, by a peculiar combination,
projMirtion ami process, giving to
liooil s Sarsaparilla curative towers
not possessed by other mcdiciuc&. It
effects remarkable cures when other
Hood's Pills cure biliousness.
Ban Md Swf t jihu Market.
The Is-st in the market and at lowl
est nriit-s fnr Nnri-mlu-r ilelirerv
Gmcut trra la Famous Greenwood Cera
ctory Ilo moody Uattle With Sickles.
Thcra was a vicious fight between two
laborers in Greenwood cemetery late
Saturday afternoon, and one of them,
John Redmond, 28 years old, of Twenty
first street near Fifth avenne. is laid up
in the Xorwegiaa hospital suffering from
ugly wonnds on the chest, shoulders and
face, and what tho doctors think maybe
a fractnre of the sknll. It is a question
of whether ho con recover, and tho hos
pital physicians were vcryinuch in doubt
aliont the case.
Michael Vester, 21 years old,, is locked
up iu the Fonrth axenoo- polic station,
charged villi the assault. The men are
relatives r.ud lu:d been employed for some
lime as laborers in the cemetery, K-ittir-dny
afternoon they were engaged . -cutting
grass on nd johung plots in the grave
yard whea a dispute arose between them.
The police say that the fU.irrel was alxmt
sor.ie family matter, but the csact char
acter of the disagreement is unknown.
Both men wero ns-ing r.ickk-s, and sudden
ly they assaulted each other with the
The attack came first from Vester, it
is saiil. an 1 bo soon succeeded in render
ing his optsinent hors do combat with'
his wrapon of peace. The cemetery po
lice. g;;t wind .f the dispute, and Cap
tain Lrt:-.k, with Ofricer Buchrns. hnrried
to the assistance if tho wounded num.
Rodmond was taken cure of until iho
arrival of the .unbalance, and then ho
was removed to the hospital. His as--
S iiliitit was arrested cud taken around to
tl.o Eighteenth precinct polico station.
He was reticent concern iug tiio canse of
tho onirrcl and said he was not respon
siii'.e for tiis fight. Brooklyn Eagle.
"Now couftss, McBride, do you bold
your wife on your lap as much now as
whei. you wero liftt uinrried;"' asked
"Well. Barlow," replied McBride, '-to
tell the truth, I lelicve she sits on me
nthir more now than then." Detroit
Cruelly Iu Animals.
Mamma," said Uabel, " if the people
eat up all the toadstools what will tli
to-.sds do when tlicy want to sit dowu'r"
Tho Feet's to lloqcy.
"KifS" rhraic-s to -hlis.-,-' tn fact m wellUTem
And -ti;" nh "fill," mt "wonc" with" hetrsc
la fact and vt-rse, we find "comp'etc rccovcty"
B'.iynu bprt wilh "Gold n Healcal Ilfecm-pry."
For crivlaj out scrctulons snl a'.l other taints
oflbbIo:Hl, fortifjing tho con;tUntion against
lac-iT3.'ula or c jrsumj:tion, for strengthening
l!ic digestive organs and iuvljrarattrg tue entire
S .'tint tiy getiuitip Btrea-nn of j:irc lilooJ tlirou.-h
all the vc'ps there 1 nothin; equal to Dr.
tic-cri Golden Medical Dit-cov. ry. li is the
onlr f-mranttecl b'ood. lircr aLd lung remedy
urn t.inaaisifwct ;
is and will ever be the
'Gout. Influenza. Backache. "
' Pains ia the Side, Chest and 1
g Joints, Neuralgia, Sprains, &C.
Sr tcro yon Hood ts bay, obtiua
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k a i n n k s s r
Carcpean Hocsea: Hndolstadt, London,
li Orenburg, Konte:i. Lcirsio. .
25 & 60 Cts. a bottle, For bale by I
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Round Trip, -
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St. Paul. Minneapolis,
or Union Depots.
Joliri Volk: 5c Cor
Sash, Doors. Blinds. Siding, Flooring
And all kinds of wood work for bjilden. .
l igfttocata su lJt.lli.raiuia Fonrth innno),
C&storia is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infints , . ' f:
and Cbil.lrcn. It contcius ncillter Opiuai, SXorpldn) WOt-f
other Xarcotis substanc-v II is a horraless subdtftpl'" ':
for Paregoric, Drops, Sooth! as Syrups, and Castor Oil. ;
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee i thirty ycars use 1, 1
KUIioss cf blethers. Casioria destroys Worms andaUaya ;
feverishncss. Castoru prevents voiuitlng Sour Card
cares Diarrliocs and Wind Colic. Cartoria rcllevea
teething troubles, cures constipation nnd flatulency. "
Castoria assU.iilates the food, regulates the stomach ;.
and, bowels, giving Lea!t.y and natural sleep.- Cm
toria is iho Chilurcu Panacea the Slother's Friend (
"Ctst'ria crctllent mi-f!;?In) for ebTt
tfrcn. Mothers have rt-pfit-jCy t3ld Uie c its
good eaVct upv-n lucir cbilOrea."
Co. O. C. Opgood,
" Castor!a te tlie hesJ reiut-dy f.vr chiMron of
tuich I bra arq.iainu-d. I Iio:k ilie d..y is cot
f s. distant when mothers w.U can.' i Jcr t he real
tnrcrrst of their duidrcn, an J iiae Castoria in-ct-sd
ol tli1 vr.riousquack aastrumsvuicb ara
dftrpylus their loved ones, by forcing oi'.i;n,
tnorpUne, soc.tins syrup and other hurtfiU
strata dona their throats, liii-rcLr - :
Uim to prcaitture grave."
tiu. J. F. KrSCBE'AE,
Th Ceataar Coimpaxy, V7
ma m m aa
W hat is the condition of yours? Is vour hair dry,
harsh, brittle? Docs it split st the ends? Mas it m
brushed is it full of dandruff? Docs your scalp itch?
Is it dry cr in a bcatcd condition ? li these are some of
our symptoms be
i M;SkooImmRootHair Grower
Si i j ;4'A' ,y I ,TrnTyoanir. Hp ymvacrtlni tint an ipcf 6mt, pet tho rgypltef mm. wmm
'C ll ' .'''tuPr J frv t f liOWtoln at t(om. ''Sh,mtiim "crntalni nptt'"- n,
no o Dyr tin a delightfully
the ruliLct, it toii jultiuj
tne use t.r nt-winn
v I !: :rT ( if f 1
ii your unit-nt earnor eupr.irTot?i(i dlrrer toiw. andw
prtnaid, .n r.T -:ptoI i-nc o.-oKcr,s.jui bviilt: :itur&i
A7 saaia i
THE MOLINE WAGON,
"The . Moline
taaDHlacturers rol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGCJ
A ffrll and complete line of Platform and other 5pf.o? Weotie9pecimlljr Titrant tm t
Wttaivra trade, of paporior workmi< and fialeb ilioatr&Lea Pnce T Ami tm am
Hiiralioo. BeetUe MuLI WAUOM bforo itarchaing
DAVIS CO. i
Heating and Ventilating Engineorsv
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A complete line of ripe. Brass Goods, Packing TT : ...
..... Fire gc& EtG Larger nipp;
establisliment west of Chicago.
DA via uiAjijn. aioline, HI 1 112. 1 1.4 West Se-wattr ;
n Telephone 2053. " Telephone 1148.'" " "'C '"-
B. P; DeGEAR, ' c.
Contractor and. BuilcJ
Office and Shop S252Eir?htcenth Street
WAD kfcda f Carpenter wocf
Or-toria i- so ircl' a-.l-iptrdtocMMraat
I n-corumer.d it nssupcriurtoaAX
lusn u til El''-
IT. A. ATZCHn.lt. ft.
11 So. Oxf.:ni St, UrooiOja, X. T
Our plir?;'. ions ia tho children's
eif nt hare r.pcken hily of Ukot i
eiicc in tUcir oiitsico practice vrith
niMl a!tiictih ro orly inv mmoeg cmr
red cj Eiii-c'le.1 wluit is kaova as ie5ulTi
prud.:ct&yt'LTM!src free to confess (bat Ska '.
moriu nf t'-orj lias vena us to look 1
tavar ujion it."
U.v.'tco Hosmn. xsii Dia
I AliES C. SasiTn, fira..
2Ian - ay S tract, York Cltfb -
17 a u a m "i rs bst
Does it fail out vhea combed or1
- warned ia time or you will become!
coi.Hiif and ref rnsliinc Tnn:e. lj EtlmmlatlM Sfl'
iutir, cuns fUutdruJf eKi grotcm
r rninlTnns tn
ROOT KAIR GROWER CO
utu Avenae, .New York, X. Y.
TeleDhone 1 1 69
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