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THE AKGUS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1893.
MOKE FESTIVALS. I THE C0URT RUUNG-
Pirin? comfort mi4 impiorciiient and
trials to Personal enjoyment when
ripbtly osed. Thfl many, wlui lire bet
ter ihAn then and enjoy life more, wiJi
irsa expenditure, liy more ironijtly
adapting t!ii wurld bet products to
tlie wh f physical 'j ing, will attest
too Taluo V health of the pure liquid
UxaUve priuciplcs embraced in the
rimMy,rupof Firs .
It rkcclbiH-c U due to its presenting
H the form miwt accoptnbic ami pica
ant to the taste, ln rcXrcdiingstid trcly
h-wficial properties ci a perfect lax
Siite; efliftually clcaning the system,
d;-pvlling co'.d-S Lradaclie and fevers
and pcrmamntly enrwg cnri.tipstinn.
I; tan rivr-n satisfaction to million and
airt with tliiJ apj'roval if the medical
(iruf'Wn. becniic it tcU on the Kid
, y, 1 iv.-r and Ko-xola ithout whit
ening them and it i. perfectly free from
every objectionable sulfcdanco.
rrvp of Fir is for sale by all rlrrg
!... in .re an.! $1 ImttH lut it ia man
uju lured by tho Cu!ifrtiu Fip Syrup
Li. M:l v, li"e i.amc t prin:cd on every
Sunday School Shildrrn Gaih
er and Receive Gil ' Oe a-
CAF0L3 OF PEAISE 1ST) JO",
Te Applato Ceart la lkClwof Tewa
The following taken from the opin
ion of the appellate court in the case
of Poormaster Eastman, of Moline,
ts. the county board, to determine
wherein the appointing power is vei
led as between the city and the
county, will be read w:th interc t:
lalarruinx Exerrleea at tee Cartat'aa.
re.tr. H.ia i-a r'M -e iMic m
ltaerae fiw wwiIim a eat Mlar Ae
area la la Oaaaj-vs aeea t C'a . 'alaue YlM.
The annual Christmas fesl'val a'
the Cbr.stian church, was held .a
evening in the coay little- church at
the co 3er of Third avenue ud Fi".
teenta sii-ecu An enteriaioing r
(raot o irrigations, appropriate t
thf occision interspersed w.thCht 'st
mts carols, was "esen:e.f bv the
chiMrcn, the Orphens Mando.m
ciuo also renuein" a nuinbpr of de- on v mioirrt e
lihtiul seiociinns. A novel feature
was tlie appeal anc" cf a rkiniiev
made if the :andf boxes to be pre
sented to the -Mid mhI out of i his
chimney at a fasonalt'e tt.n came
Santa Clans true to lif.-. and fullv as
joiiy. in i ne person 01 v. li. Me In
terc, who made the hearts jf the
ynunsrtcrs leap with joy. ..aler iha
chimney was remoretl 'and tn? .k..c
distribute.! anions the chiniren'
Attha raa:r .
The annual Sinav hchaot t s ira'
rf the iCcntral Pie-i.yttriaa Mirch
was held In the uaseuirnt of the
church lat evening. The children
frcsrn'ed a projirani of musical se
'wCiions nnd rwitalion. and at i jt
"TOM AND JERRY."
A Taaa fa
HoMr ml wo Pnpr'xr Coo-
The death in Washington recently
of ex-Congressman Jeremiah II. Mur
phy, of Iowa, or "Jerry" Murphy, as
he was familiarly known, recalls to
the mind of the Washington Post,
An):v J. Crrcr Mis N.Mie l".an
raited I her Kveats.
Last evening at fi o'clock at the
parsonage of the Frst M. E. chim-h
occurred the marriage of McCIelUnd
Snvder, of this ciiy, and Miss Sarah
i Johnson, ol Cable. The ceremony
IIo!dia?as wo dolhatth..t r.rc'.ion Miendine of the famous Hennenia
not apply to tun city aod'own of Mo- t wnich wa8 so ablychampioned
WUtt...Ilue BaUeI we nno; i) j udgo Murphv and Gen. Thomas
" . .iAia a at at .a tMr u Aa.7l C
:r r t"-'"" j n-Iro - of Illinois. Tli fit
conversation hold one morning in tbe'wsperfor,Be,1,1.v Bev- F- w Mer"
filcroomof the house during the rel!, only relatives of the ecun'e Ic
ing present. They were attended by
Oi r Itarth and Mis .Siena Johnson.
Jr. Sovdcr is well kuuwniu lhisc! v.
! -av'ng lor some linio past teeu -m-1
nloycd as a stovo mounter at iLe
t Ue-slat cte tat rooniros 4-AviHjorn i: "l 'o. ; mc. Island Stove worts, and by Lis
master r i,K:titcd bv lb! ct: v council t room w lhen- as lt " now tue ! udusi rj and gentlemanly candnct
ot Moline to c.ecule a liond pavabie S vot'ite resort oJ newspapermen and ji.e has won many friends, while his
to the count v. or the board of sil- j congressmen, who stroll in at all! bride has made many friends, who
nervisms to an.ove it. In ordinal' I bouts of the da, the foimer o path- j j'in with those of her husband in
eases the so pet s are c-oBicio 1 P ' 1-iter to eniov a 1 wishing them much joy.
., , , air. ana xurs. nvier v.iii go io
resp.te for . fe moments from the-r , , . . . - . .
. 1 . . . . , . . housekeeping at once in a ... tagc prc-
i?Cis'a.tvcitutcs, anu 10 near e pared bv tho croom on Third avenae.
the superv or is
ecn'.e an olE. ial
bond to the town, which is approved
by the town clerk, no bond b- ing re
qoirrd to le itci oveKoer oft he
oor or poorma?fe. In such caso
weiiresuaie his bond would cover anv
1 tlefalcaiion in the perrorroancc of his
j duties as over-er of the poor.
t Itut in tue' cae of tiro . city and
j town of Moline. the others of snper-
ivisor and .pot master being separ
ated, it would within the spirit
.if the statute that "the poormastci'
snoutd ;rtve a bond
j Jat jst joke nr ' nny story wl.ich tie iyh jast
evening a reception was
.i . . a i i . tj
coicne mat Sauiercu aiwajs naa u jUcn them by t,,eir friel,dg.
VKtV. .Hit " 1 - l . MUI.
from tlie file room every morning !
and echoed through the haUs drew j
others to this congenial snot. On I
uucdf these occasious there were
j present Jutie Murphy Gen "Tom"
ilendersmi. Maj. Clark, cf 'he Sew
I York Tribune; --loctor" Kineli, the
Mate tile t!.'rk; Fred Itund -, John
Mil'cr and otiiem. As was usual
cit"-, nl tlie i;:inp, yrup of Fii: , f rotuT time Santa Claus
a:l U.n; wr'.l infimipI, you will nut
. . A . i . . ... r
irtttiu iuc tunii tit i . . , . .
oline. contiiiioned for tue faith t nl I , " ' ,. , .
discharge ef his duties.- although
thei-e is no express provision of the
ti.tt'1 requiring him to do so
though we will not dcciJs more than
j a atlDT.:
T. B. KB10T.
duced. niul made the liuie ones
iip.poy, being im jH-rsorateil by J. II.
tamtam. i;?v. j. ii. ..err, prs:&r j
of 'he ctmreh. was presented t'u a1
i-ar.dfomc etching by the bibie rias: i
of the Sunday school".
teal the board of supervisors fire cot
the proper pat-tics to approve iu.
Apu.ri : (lie lioatl.
In sueh case the Uy clerk, who
takes the place of the' town Herk,
should approve the bond. Ihere-!
fore, we hold that thu board of su- i
. ....... r- ... ..... J' . u . nnii
The Sutidsy school of the Grace i l,,L' cas0- wthcr to appoint the poor
j .n.lcran rlnirch, jn Edgewood parL.
Lc'd i s t tiristmas en er.a'nmeci
I lcl evening, the branch Sundav
; soiii:ol in Moline uniticgin the ce'e
, brstion. There wr a lieamHul weM
ladrn t'lirijttma'' tree, ou eitlirr sit'c
of which was a pyramid comioed of
frtiH and"bo:.cs tf candy. The exer
ercises cre of an appropriate nature
and included an adaiess liy the pas
tor. Kc v. J. F. Murphy. 'The chil
dri'n were male happy by the re
ceipt cf e?mly and frtiit.
The ffsiivn! cf Tiinttv mission
a n ..i il l- aaanvaa? M kaW IflatL.
wo K. riT iKtlu.i atiatet tnr. e'l.-.ral and iepmive natnrc, l.e-. R
school, on Forrth avenue, oceurre I
at evening. The service was of a
m Ire mmn coairial. etlltlltif bM f.e
a.r tn att ad.Srakt l4ilkB. Cbalce ratUtoacr
proven j ia all pan. ct city.
ama 4. VtlcU.ll t- taUe traluUaa. (naad
tear. !a rear ef ttcUil A LrM. auk.
Ml M M Co
Don't you want
a pleasant home?
You certainly do; and
to satisfy your wishes we
have a fine line of Window
Shades, Wall Papers, and
above all. Pictures and Picture
Frames. These are all neces
sary requisites to make your
home homelike. Come and
convince yourself that our
prices arc the lowest in the
city, and that we have the fin
est selection from which to
make your choice.
r. fw?cl. the rrlor, delivcnnjr an
apropr'ate at' J-ess. The children
were provided with gifts from a
handsomely and profusely decorated
On Christ u-as af.ernoon occurred
the fenivi 5e r f the Aiken ftiw
riiarfli i:jih! !j S:uih Hock Ieland.
Atler the s-v: cl?s he bille c!as j Gorge laveniort,
rwali the i;;f:ur. Iter. J. II. Kerr, I.lanl. was brutal!
' with a tine onyx cIock, and the su.
J peiinlriident. J. 1. Cii-laud.' with an
tlegant gold hea. cd uuibrelia, prop
muster or to approve the secur'ty of
hi official bond.
There are a number of other ques
tions raised by the plaintiff ia error,
but in the vie'w we take of the case
it. is not necessarv to notice them.
The court below, however, ordered !
a peremptory writ of mandamus
compelling the board ot supervisors
to approve the security of the official
bonu of the relator tendered to it by
him. We therefore think the court
erred in so doing. The judgment of
the circuit court is therefore re
versed and the case remanded.
Other Btid.l Kreat.
An interesting wedtiii ' last week.
'nt the resitienco of Mr. and Mrs.
George Pcrr-r. ol6 Fiiteen'h si ice l,
was that of the marrii-ge of Pnillip
Graham and Miss Sarah Holsworth,
of Key no Ids. The ceremony was
performed by Rev. K. F. Sweet, or
Trinity church. Only relatives and
intimate friends attended the cere-
mnn aa f t-na aa It iitK 4laA w. w r fnll-a
d-on were nroaent. the -Hennepin ej to prempl;oir. where the
.anal was the .. .bject upon which! ,feastWM e,,. Mr. an.t
tbis gathcrmg o.rec.ed their jo-e- iMr. C.rabam will go to housekeep
and salves and its ebamiji-na w-. atonce or , fa?n, Kear Milan, aid
n.e uiany uSua o. - they have manv ricnu. with v.h
mor. which flowed unceasingly nrt-l j thcJABPC9 joins. 5n wi8l4irs lh
1 It car uui-a Aiilioml I.i itl itiT fsa ' to i .
floor of the Uou-,0 for sa.e.y. Andrew J. Crrer, of Coa Vallv,
iatUr;;--t Coal Boa!. ' a,i(, M;sg Ne,;8 Eveline Wifl. tt)S.
When it was s'mo t assured tUat ;of Uri n. we, n;-e,i in u.di a .e or
thcappropriaiioTi for the survey c nev. C. E. Tavlot, of the !.t e-
iue vanai oui tm uiuc. ub ui i-.c chiiTcb. at 12:30 toaa..at i
-iovs" made a clever drawing of a residence of T. II. i:!i?santw.
canal in operation, with the conven- i 1319 secorui avenue. M:ss ILirv A.
.ionalmnle pulling a boat loaded t;rrei, feisler of the "room, re ing a:
with congressmen aud newspaper : 'H-ide?maid, and K'-vha: ' W.:son as
men. It was intended to represent i,est man both of Coal Va-.lev. 1 he
the opening of the caual to commerce ronm iSa lir' -. -.'h r oXMr's. T. II.
and the trial trip of the first boat, j Kllis. and ore . CoA Valley's m .st
When all had assembled this work of , industrious v i:n men. Toe bride
art was produced as a hint that the ! j8 OPe of OriWu 3 'lr.,dins ladie , and
'boys,, looked forward tosuchaucr.- ;tn,. gonxa is to be con-ratulated on
cursion as soon as the canal was 'securing such a pri .e. "
built. The testi-.n arose as to what j After" he cerem nv the pai t v were
name should be given the boat, and ijincd at the residence of Mr. and
suggestions, all -l a witty an.t per- Mrs. Ellis, and left on t!;e S o'clock
t.ain for Orion, whee the wedding
feast will be given by the bride's
AN HISTORICAL MARK.
wAST EVENING'S BLAZE.
iRtrr I r;ra How leKradinaa
l.af cver.ing. tl alwut 7: 0. an
a l '. was turned in i.n box
71' rr v-itirth street and . Fifth
fc-ciiOc, calling tho department to
j':iesena blacksmith shop, on the
jrn r of Fer'y-Uth :rect and Fifth
avenue, where a Pre uad been dis
covered at a.out -l The depart
ment rCi-in.K - r.ti .v-r, end made
nit-itt ecel.v.at nu--, but when be
firemen a: rived upt.n the rcene the
lire was oot, having be.-n put out by
the Moline lire de- .rtment, which
had leen p'evio'litl .'".uimoned Iroui
a box just o tr
Now cutties lie !"nv part of the
die t't u. Wu'J lc blave was
discover, one man ran one way,
and another 'he other vrav. to noiifv
the Hock Island lire department that
there was a lire. The consequence
was that he that ran cast noli lied the
Moiinc department, and be that ran
west oNned box 7i in Kock Island,
and stood lnokiog at it. thinl.ing
that rcnld senl in the alarm.
Af:e ") mtn't'es' it-lay. the
nlai.n vas linallj t-.-rinui in. and our
lii'v- detiaitineut rer ponded very
p 'I'litiv, bu. of course, too late
( ''i- ii. -e.
Ate Wall Papsr Cq.
810, SIS and SU
The laatiaeir !;.
lie publisher of the Am?i . n
Angler announces many special nil
cles for 1W4 of much int-rest to
lover of fishing and fish culture.
Florida, that midwinter Mecca of all
good sortmen, will receive consid
errb'e attention from a special cor-
reoondent who will visit ail the
Gsh:'i.g grounds aocorupauied by a
compeient ariist, and tUo u-sult will
be seen in many pages ou lie habitat
and method ct capture of southern
yame lihcs. with a, ;iopriate illus
tialious. iJesidea tuis special fea
ture, the pa.Vt of ill is favorite mag
azine are iul'i ot information to the
lover of trout, bass and mil seal nge
fishing, with spirited descriptions of
trip after these noble game fish.
The American Angler is a large
monthly magsxine, full illustrated,
and is publiabcd at No. 19. I'ark
Place, New York. Price i per year
wr 20 cents per copy.
ar Cetot-ea 'aka at Boaaa.
Mrs. George Green will receive
call, assisted by Madame Da. e.--field
and the Misses Marched ani
Morrison, at ier residence. W Four
teenth street, on Jan. 1, 139A.
ia latereatlas Vis'.t tn the Col. I? Ten port
Tac ; Davenport Tribune has the
following recollections of some of the
hitory of the locality:
On "the 4lh of Jnlv, 1R15. Col.
residing on Kock
v murdered in his
house by three ruilians for his money
while on the same island where now
stands the national armory, a picnie
of youug and old people from the
towns of Davenport and Kock Island
were close by. Although only shot
in the thigh.be was literally tortured,
ami from the effects death ensued
that night, the object being tt make
him reveal where more money than
they had already secured fro.n his
safe was concealed. All this s re
called bv a visit several davs a'-o to
the old house, still standing on the
north shore of the island, and front
ing Ibivennort. It has been nnoeett
nied since the murder, except dur
ing the war peri'id by John Cbannon,
muster carpenter under government.
bjt now dead. The visitors referred
to were Harry Davenport, of this
city, grandson of the late G. orge L.
Davenport, and great grandsou of
Col. George, E. W. Baker, a well
known oitir.en here, and a mutual
friend, Jacob Zindel. It required
official permission to vis-it the old
house, which was given in writing
by Lieut. Thompson, who kindly
sent an orderly to escort the visitors.
The Ili.torlcal Hooae.
Harry Davenport, verv singularly,
had never before entered the build
ins. It is a larjrc. 2-story frame.
very strongly const '-ucted. and in
good preservation to ibis day. When
erected, it was the on'y residence
house on the island, although the
block house and barrack of old
Fort Armstrong were at the foot.
The room where Col. Davenport was
first attacked and shut, tlie stairs up
which he was dragged, the little
i !oct room there where lie was made
to kneel down and open his sa'e. and
dragged down arln. choked io in
sensibility, then ravived by wa er
repeatedly, with demand for his
money, and the old man poin' ng to
a bureau where the money really was,
hot the robbers notable to find it
wbte afterwards gathered the fami
ly to bear hs feeble talk, and tee
him die and then the house
sotial nature, wer freelv made, but
it remained for Mai. Ciark to furnish
one, vhieh. was unnni" lously agreed
j upon as the most appropriate tbat
could tie selected. ' l propose, said
Maj. Clark with a merry twinkle in
his eye end lookingat Judge Murphy
and Gcu. !Iendeisou. lhat we ame
it. -Toi aj-.l Jti.y.1 " This broke up
the tnte.i iu ufusion.
mother. The conple will then take up
their residence at BearJstown, 111.,
wbc c the groom holds a position as
fir- man of thc.C B. & Q. railroad.
While losing them from4onr midst, ail
join in wishing them joy in their new
life and home.
, WiilFn-'i rti tin?
foick Island is very hpt toll sw
an epidemic of smnM po this year."
aid a prominent, physician last
night, "and it behooves all our citi
xens to adoptrrcxy precaution pos
sible to forestall Ibeniselres against
an iuva-don by the dread disease.
Vaccination, as Health Commisioner
Eyster has so well advised, is the
lirst essential, and there 'liould b;"
particular care taken in- the wayo
RA'SLnS WILLOW FOR THE MARKET.
A Crop Which Nt - Is Uarmtlng bat Oace
Iu n beautiful sweep cf lowland north
pf Melvalo station on the Northern
Central railroad and about nine miies
from Baltimore there is a peculiar farm.
It is peculiar in tbat it renders to its
owner and tiller but one crop in four
years, and '.b:it a crop of -willow shoots.
The farmer, Antou Spcth, came from
Frankfort, Goruiany, uiany years ago,
cleanliness, which will go a long wrv ' and after crucling himself a comforta'
toward resisting the loathsome dis- i Mo stone house, which still stands in
ciise. ' ' the midst of a idcturesirue clump cf
l base my conclusion as to the willows, at the eud of the littla vallpy,
probability of small pox breaking -ct about rla-nrirs his lirst ci-op cf vvil
out here on the fact of ils existence ! -ow eboott. Every year sinco lie ba3
in Joliet to theex'ent that the coun
cil has decided to build a pes l. use.
It is very clearly working out this
v.y from Chicago, and Kock Island
being on a direct line of railroad
from Joliet, may reasonably expect
to be visited."
. ml 1 ou.'.u .
Robert Downing, the favorite
American tragedian, never comes to
this ciiy without offering to lovers of
the higher forms ot the drama some
thing worthy, and often something
new. This season his annual en
gagement, which will be plr.yed at
Harper's theatre tonight, v ill make
known here a play in w! ich Mr.
Downing has won honors '.nd plau
dits and monetary rewards all over
this country, ti.ough it is the first
time that his, admirers in this city
have had the op,art unity to see him
ir. its leading " ro'e. This play is
"The Gladiator' which has been
wisely sek-'ck as the bill fur the
performance at the theatre tonight.
Mr. Downinjf's company this season
isapowerfulone.beller.it is said,
than even the splend' organization
ii brought here on his last visit.
His appearance is sure to be a special
gone on planting row after row until
he valley has become covered with
ihem. Spat h bad learned the art of
caving willow v.'sre in bis boyhood
clays by the 6horcs of the Main river,
and as fast as his little plantiition grew
he gathered the shoots, stripped tiieui
of their green covering, aud after dry
ing them wove baskets of every con
ceivable form and eize.
"It seems rather peculiar work in
thn country," said the willow fanner,
speaking of his bas;ncs6, bet iu all
parts of Europe, especially in tho Ger
man proviucea, it ii a very common
thing to rind willo? plantations and
willow weavers, for there willow is
ued ia many forms and for a .-renter
BtrnlxT of purposes than I find it used
in this country. In Germany and
Frauce willow is employed iu making at
least 29 different kinds of lird cages,
while iu America metal is used bra&i
or iron wire and different woods.
Among tbo best families iu European
countries cradles, woven by German
workers, may bo found constructed en
tirely of villow. Then tl'ere arc a
hundred aud one cbspca of marketing
baskets, baskets H3ed by irdliiners a: i
lauud.-cs its, baskets and panniers to be
carried upon tho backs of man and
hearts for holding Ush and fowl. In
j preparing tlw willow for tho weaver
i wo plant the slips iu loug rows paral
lel with a running ctreaiu of water aud
hi m o i:
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M M M M OUU
l MM M
M MM M
M M M
M M M
K B K
It B B
B B K
B R K
M H K
B B E X
B B K It
It H K Kit
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The ball still rolling.
Six Leading Brands.
Six leading brands of muslin will be placed
on sale tomorrow morning at e:iact cost,
three of each, bleached and brown. The brown
will be the well known Peperell R., Indian
Head, and Lockwood B. The bleached will be
"Fruit of the Loom," Lonsdale, and Snow
This sale will be for Wednesday only, and
we reserve the right to limit the quantity to
All holiday goods at about your own price
for the balance of the week.
1720. 1722. 1724 and 1726 Second ave.
We give away a book for the children
with every $2 purchase.
Men's cork sole shtcs worth g dng at
Meu's patent leather slioes, worth $., going ct..
Men's slip(fers, worth ?1 and 4:'.o). coiug at.. .
Men's slippers, vorth ?2.75, going at.. .. ..
Men's slippers, worth $2.5J, going at
Men's slippers, worth $2, goiug at
Men's slippers, worth $1.75, going at
Men's slippers, worth $1.53, going at
Men's slippers, worth $1.25, going at
Men's slippers, worth 7o cents, going at
Hoys' water proof shoes worth $2.5 ) going at ... .
Misses' high cut shoes, worth f-J.5t), gt ing at.. .
Misses' high cut shoes, worth $2.25, ;roirig at.. ..
Misses' high cut shoes, worth going at
Misses hih cut shoes, worth $1.75, going at.. ..
Misses' high cut shoes, worth f 1.5'j. going at.. .
... S 53
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
CENTRAL STORE, 1818 Second Avenue
' Ir. Tracy Begins Toaiotrow Kvealn.
Dr. T aev, the temneranee evan
irelist who did such remarkable work cut th.-ia vbou they have attained four
in Davenport, begins a series ot lec- 1 year3 cf (rrowtli. ihc cutiing time 13
tnrcs in llarne. s thcaMe lomol low early in ta j spring betoco U;jt;p is
evenm-i. The lectutes ate free, and i done running, aud after tying them in
are illustrated by the slereopi icon, j bundles tuey ia-e placed ia pouds of
The s'ercoplicon exhio'tions ate not j water lo iieea .ueui in a green state on
thronged at his funeral all, a' I. just j the least attractive features of these til ready for btx-ipping. . Stripping the
t ue same now as then with Vie old ' lectures. The views comprise many willowis accoiupiished by drawing tho
house, but how maifv of the liv.nff at beautiful scenes in California amonsr swiccbto through cud between two
tbat dav. who bv their ni-esence paid ' tlie bis? trees, in New York among- heavy iron stanchions, v
the tenements and at the tire points, mo ugai groen earn irom uu waits
ltoai.lea 1 1 temnirani illustrations.-! heart, and tiico. after dning orenrins
large audi- mem upon loug rac-KS, we nave-got iu-j
t willow in a form for the weaver. It
honor to the life ot .the murdered
man. are now alive? , Here and there
is one, and be is an old sc 1W. The , Tbo doctor alwavs draws
rest hae sone. for the murder of rices.
Col. George Davenport
nearly half a century ago.
A Lot of Holiday Goods.
And we have a shipment of Fancy Rockers
that came in late yesterdav. This stock con
sists of ' N
All fresh stvlish merchandise. Ik-sinning THURSDAY MORN
ING, DECEMBER 2S. and until JANUARY I, I will make a
20 Pr Cent Discount,
and in some cases more to close out the slock. Come aud sec for
yourselves what this means.
C. F. DEWEND, Manager. 1809-1811 Second Avenoe
Upholstering done to order. After Jan. 1. our store closes at
6:S0 except Saturday. Telephone No. 1206. 7
Bel May Bxear aa Bates.
The C. B. 4; 'i. railroad will sell j
Dec. 23, 24. 25, 30 and SI. and Jan.
1, 1391, at greatly reduced i les to i
all points on its line within a radius '
of 209 miles of selling station, tickets i
good to return Jan. 3. 1804.
For forther particulars apply to j
H. It. Mack, inv. rass. Agt..
Kock Island, III.
iL J. aTotao, AgeuL
t.odce K lec. Ion.
C. V.. ilawes camp, 1003, M. W. A.,
eleccd Ibccrs last evening as fol
lows: V. 4 '.;. F. Knox.
W. A icion Burns.
E. K. - . C P.landing.
' ;. .
V y i '. . -. G. G. Craig and
C C - .- . i .
t. Jojn I'Aii.:.
V. - 1. Sa'i.
Trust .-e Daniel Ccikcu. r
Dciea.9 P. J. Carj.
;m many years after I tdauted this
farm with willows before any one
thought of imitating my example, but
now thero are several other plantations
located upon the Washington and An
napolis roads, and though you may find
quite us biiry scenes thera yon will
scarcely find a more picturesque placa
than this cnywhera, and that was one
of the reasons that led me to settle
here." rEalliinoro American.
TB4 Weataar fare cast.
Fair weaUier, warmer; southerly
winds. F. J. H'au, Obserrer.
I MIXiID HOUSB PAINTV
FLOOR PAINT :
LIB3KET Oli. WHITE LEAD, LTC
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