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fiTirrsDAY. JANUARY 2, 1894.
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EBVvTflK ADOPTED THE PLAT.
nd t tT
v iff inan ram
f the nrnli of r'
- CM TlllM in I
i laxative pri
I H tl.c for
ant to trtola
" and , Trm.v:
It h trivr-t
ik-vs, 14 r
:iv. wtl live nr.-
ijoy lift i ore.
r.oru j nnii'K.
tin i u re
iBjr.j.' d iu tho
iu it to
tsl tl H r r nj
.tiaM uV ance.
r'l In for ' y n11 ,'rTIJf"
ndtlMte sl'H tstnnre
.tr n9" i- !-nntrl .n rv.-ry
o tlie nut". s'yrupwfFips
writ Jtt'..ri i!. TOU iU Sut
ubaCtuU .i tHwrci.
prf "fit .!?;
f ji-rf.Tt lax-
n l!ir M i-
! it 'lit Trr:.k
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fcxcrcisisuasi EfccnW at the
Y. M.C. A.AjWtjrum.
tk nisk-OEY Oi tar buildisq.
cfc.1 r.l Ollirr . , , ,
L.it evening tin. tcv y.M. C. A.
bal'.ilinjr wa lrriul,j op,.,,! by tho
sk elation, ami nri,v,,
! tory cxcrclv . rn i,t 4. The r,
1 MWnm.tLW: ,j ringing by
tbTanaunre, ! n wo.l by ncrlptnrt
ret ting bf - licv. t. Gnkfu,n.
llrt. W. S. UaruU offered
racr, and ft tiiartet rowpoi-wl ol
M.-.ft-a. Sewall L.xl-o.l.. h. )onShcr
ty. J. A. Job man anl J. i. l:'0,in..o
nantf a go'pel hyr.ir,. fc. u. Mc
Knwn, treaann-r f thn luiiUlinn
('a:nr.;lttee, then oCiToil tincncial
rtuti'iiiimt, shorn ins l)m an mal of
The r.'.mhor of ron. unh
to tai ; t.i!linjf4in'larf6.'ii.
ry trade, -.rofiiinn and
rri.i. i-iited. a a old n.
.1!.- n.-o and iab h,xxl.-' taid
tdn. iiirn l.irijcit aubaci :
:,. 1 nod the- nualltut J.". nU.
muliii nn ame of 57. The
ot Hi'.. ;3.f.Hi."l lii b.-. n coin led.
Tlu- r- ipts for rentnls hnvo ' -n
tilt: !e i.f 'Biat.riaU. tSil: in-
tirt. ?lf.o.. loan, l.H.i:v: al.
1 as i
M . Sic
T. B. EBIOT.
1 Real Estate-
.'-'. t 4 . lh dilinrpmentali..ve
.'.ti: Kxp.na. 414 43: lot.Jv'
V'.i'j.S.'. ".Hiding. 28; inr.-t.
! laxt'ji, - )'Ji'.:: lurniture. Trukx.l
!ian 1 mitl. f 12,.mM: luIU a.-iv
ai.l.-. iO; cash o hsnd.f i 2. 8.
l lhr'l r i-eiTal'ir' and (.-a,i 011
hatidl :i 'oiint are ui?d to ba- tnii
IGW YEAR PARTIES
CannrU Acta rromptty witk Iklav
ran t the I'ollaMiii ;rMtdiJt ?
The city council at tho regular
monthlr meeting last eveninj; started
out the Xcw Year properly by adopt
ing the plat prenentcd by alessra.
Jackson and Vulio for the Columbian
grounds, which these gontlcmcn and
associate have iccurtid p3nsion
of. in order to protect their interest
a far as possible in view of the obli
gations assumed by them In further.
aneo of the 'XVin-l'itv Columbian
project. It vs in realization of tlij
situation, and the cirennistanccn tin
I tier which these pen ll em en ltecaoic
inrolenk that ti; council came so
nobly to their rescue and approved
the idat. which, bv the wav, h the
l-st ever presented to a Hock Island
council. It provides for the cutting
through of ail streets and avenues,
and the layin.; out of the grounds in
a Toianner which will not only be
creditable in the highest sen1!!, but
advantageous, as well, as building
up a neihliorhood where houses
khoiud have ctnod years ajjo, and
the eonseiiient increai:iji of t!ie
Aid. :clso:i obiecteil to tho adon.
lion of the plat, on the ground that
Fifth avenue west of Korty-Mcond
street, where it is necessarily nar
rowed from Zi to about 2S feet for a
short distance, should be held up t
the :'.."-foot width all the wav trornh.
and Mr. Nelson tnad. a speech sel
tinjr forth his jKrtion.
AMs. t orken. l.vans and il.meker
made 1iort speeches favorable to t!ie
plat, ami holilin that any possible
objoctionable features wi-re so trillinj
as to be completely ivereome by tl.e
favorable eharaeterislies wliieli the
plat presented. This plat was then
pnt upon its adoption andfc accepted
'VaVcte of 12 to 1. Aid. Nelson
l ne fctandin; in opposition.
An IKjutrr Sapper.
I When the conneil adiourned. Mr.
Kliloilrr nn ui,,:f ,.f ft! Ji'Ckson extended an invitation to
..,..,4ttiM. ni. . ti,rt hi, pattati; -if an oyster snpivr. which
" . ,... m ...i:n , 1 .l
IW fVUriUI 11 I lil .1 11 ..
-h piiinli-i pal body and others pro
e Vd ti the Crown restaurant,
v h( i 1 eason of 5nciabil:tv was
isl with Mr. Jackson as host., and
0;i T'lirinjl a box of cigars was passed
a; u-Li with tSat gentleman's om
pliJuVts. It was a most pleasant
wnv t inaci-nratini; the New Year.
A Oelif htfu! Event at the Stand-
ard Ciub Rooms. :
res G2aSd iall last evesdic-.
TkaGamst. Prnrr.U Vlio NamlM-fra
( ITM ASronil Tii
Carty at sklnnrr- Slo!lne-SmIl
The Standard club !ve a prand
a.m Year ball at the club rooms in
E ell A Math building last evening,
an I it was in every sense a brilliant
et.nt. There w' a large aiU'nd
aii. e. including nuite a number from
ou' side' the tri-cities. Schillingcr s
nnhestra furnUlioil the music, and
the proirrams constituted neat sou
i renirs of tho occasion. Supper was
served at Krell & Math's restaurant.
Tho following were present:
e I'Uililing, atiil pri-'nlca
o I'risidrnt U. M. Loosley.
said Mr. Ulakesiey. tien
;tes were oiTored, I new letd
that T v h.iut question tho fcrcat ma-
ji r.iy '.
It 11- . 4 c.Ta pfnprftjr m toit-'"
f Kk- omy.Mi".--tfiit.crTy i:r-
. . u.tu Katl.9li.tf Int, ?
Lm ta kit tbdit' iwit a:itln. Cbalc fwio:.-
I r .. .. .w- .(..
tMk mto.u if !""
ant. la nsr f MIUUU Lrsd bMk.
hat. I u
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..v-r- - ! .,,
il. t:ikniff all in all. a-rrec
li.'.'i wisely,nd furtlieP,
I nmed one of worst ijuag
th "ity into a temple of
.:. around which will cluster
r. '.... the liucst -Ku.siness prti;ii
: ".irtin. ( Alter sakin'' .;l the
: i . .. ,! (iaca with the jrrwt;i
i i . e tv. he ainTThi work has
r s years id jHrsisteni
V ari. an uufaUericg f.iith
wai' itb a and ioi its."
Stabbed While knllu- Y rril
routed fr I rr-ny.
Harry Sutler, a lad 10 year
i.i llv v. i'i , was an
iinday morning by Ojiieer V.ir.c
stabbing PavlTcbke. a litilo fi
about 9 or 10 years old. Uutier
member 01 tne baiyalion Arm v
Mill he ha not had t)i; ,-osni-l s
ciontly instilled into liis lm inorv
prevent a most inriuus outbreak If
tcmpor. Ott baturuay afternoon 1
bo-ys were skating in the vieiuHr
Kluvcnth street, iand whu,. i;.ui,
was cngiged in fixing a young lad v
skates, young TMike was stampin
on tne ice. uauer, leske avr
jumped up and poshed him over on
the iec, and struck him in the , r
1 :r.. II. :' it I. . -"
whu Kiltie. ..j'i. liiianu 1 v;'.s
ealied ami dressed tho wont).!. ;.,t.
1,T swears that ho did liot'stjek i'iin
but the doetor savs the v.'...und n-..
inH'ieted with a knife, and Vc- (.vi.
deuce is rather strong njjaii.st the
Salvationist. Tho case was ce,i!i-i-
lien uuiu 9 u c.ocii Aimi - iay iui..-n- j
Arresien on i.Fiii-in!-, j
Fred Coss was arrested Saturday
evening by Chief Sexton aittl (.'.ipi.'
Kramer on suspicion of ha-, ing st.;.
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en ireiz .Maassen s trout wateii. (!ia- ,
mond pin and ring. The w vtt-h u :!s I
found in a bed in tho larsi, :..;. j
Coss was suspected 01 l ioii; I
wateh in the bed, hence l is :.rrvsi.
lie acted in a very queer r
week, and esuccially when at n : i-.l . j
lie stoutly tienies tlie char:-. n; '
will have a chance to prove i'i :i u. 1
cence tomorrow afternoon bif.-rv!
Magistrate Sehroeder. . i
'I.tyrd the lUrt.nrlgle Art. j
La-t week a sheriff from T,..
arkana. Tex., came to Hock
after King Matthews, propria -tut- nf
the Maxwell house, ai Tort l'yi.n.'
He staid with Sherill Gordon a" lew
davs. Yesterday the two nian-lr.:a;- j
its went tip to Fort l?yron afier 1 !i;-:r '.
prev, and stopped at the Mav!!j
lion'sc for dinner. It had been it.'-
dance last evening. AIh tit iM couple arranged that when Mutthcws . 1:-:
most rn- tercrt tlie aining room i:ie ii-:i.
M 1 II-02.
I l n'W'iwr.
U i.o t.iM:ii A, -lr,
A !-ll r, Klrn:e,
. ,. tj '--. Mjll.:t,
U l: .t.-ctnU,
Mc r l;..enind
l-Ml-i rvo cnn.-l 1,
J. miK' i.k'u,
II , til.- il .iiiTTTcr,
t H.. '. 'ilU.
hie (r .
II. ! nLo 1. Oik)uu-i
jrtfv.T Tit oTifle1d,
L. iui- ..-n;!W,
L: - !..h1.
I . ta l.vy,
Jk 1: ev
II lir oturtiT.
V ;. iu.-, U
1. K hn.
j l: iMii.iiiuti,
J-ep 1 Ki.'.u'lftU
J II Aiiicr.
Ci;rtii- lit p-nttclil,
1'im.. Gilun null,
C lllul t! II.
t'a-rie Itnut-r, Chicago,
b.1 aval I otU,
Jai ka.in, Klrh.
Joi- Ilixci ltcld, .
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r. .1 1..k",
A. .riny ...tm'th,
Alj To y. a'-viiiKj:!,
M l.l h-
Thr S.rrll ial.
The Morrell clnb gae a New Year's
rt sti.iscriptton ivns
t;rt' vrM .2?-
Tli" lrg'-t line of lar.cy (i-h.
. IVcoratc I China and Toys a
t Mrs. c:T5c:iv
IStS. li OT it-t -lf
ruerchant -:- Taiffl",
119 EihteeL'A Stner
tart'lt and Workrr.an.'hip j
aateed the ltest
0 Mtlnc td Impairing d
:t!e?lr'inin Ueynolds, eariv
f i nts each, and arltttle
'.'. aipi'int by a " 'Ck Inland
: May. 1S7. the tMiarl a
ed mrj.lus t the same
t)n Svpt. 2. 18S7. the "liuiid-
ii.'c e nuitt, a was appointed.. The
.it. i.- i!..v f l.'Wtl wi-i subseriboil at a
ml. ' i - meeting. I'urchaso'f'f the
n made? in Aunst. lVS:'pav-
j tio-ut !i;ade aijd deed Mjcnrv I March.
1 Hitl. Tne foundation ws 4"'"n
1 .litre r'. lI'the corner sto'no being
'. .' 1 i i .lime jhst on j year lat-. to
jtl.ednv. l'otir rooms were ojenod
; t. r u-i' April f. WJ.
! Oa May l. ,18112, a Goal canvass
' w 1- liiangtirated br an o!Ti' of
!... Next Hay $2,'20:i was ph- Iged
, ';,- !.: tiibers if the br.ilding cotnniit
j t At a conference o! bu-im ss
' 11:1 ti Frank? Mister's residence on
. ix'.'i'. fr..4)J was added. Hv
tl.e find Stood fli. 259. .Auii
:. lSW.'.a joirt meetings f tlie
rs nti'llhe building comtiittee
M. Fifcdinjthat the aiti 'itnt
' tiptioa can.e short of Si1.-"
' amount required to male all
1 tiindini. the dnliriency was
; :::a.!e grod fy the members of the
j Imii.lin ana" finaace committee.-,
' pN 1 ir; tortilsc or "pay the amount.
ttt In -. 18!I2, the contract was
1 i'i t t tho completion ol the build-
DCN rty. r XmrrMr IJUiri I -re at Ca"
t ' r. t. tira!;a-. at lSorkr,rl.
' W.'.iia n I.ee died suddenly at Ca
ble t- indaT in lrnin. Though origi
nalii iseitloria this county. Mr. Lee's
hiri- .'ias Hasttin Cambridge r.i.ist of
the t.cr'Of '1a;e until last month,
wfcenlats wife d'e l, since which time
lie h 'ived it Cable and in ltock
Island, Ilcwasli .rn March li. ll'i,
in Wa-t '.cgton. County of liiirham,
Un'.am . and came to America in
July. ih, and to ltoek Island in
April. r- 't. He wns one of tlie lirst
eo.i. una - operators al t oal Valiey
.0, and lie :t was who open
w Shop or-
! is r-con.li-
wi-re in attendance, and
joyabli- evening was s;
was furnished by the V.
chestra. and at 12 oelmk refre
ments were served. 1 lie el
ported to be in a prosjuiour
Trl-CUy Danc'nt t
The t -i city dancing
dci.ght!..l party al tSkti.it
Mo. in-, last evening, wit
Deeti- a id llutterworth
esse . About 5')'Coup!e
en I, 0:u'a orchestra
n t ..
i-ht'i gave a
:t ! '- iiall, in
" . ru ores-
NEW YEAR'S CATH
t li r-
I u :.
'. t! ..
am! at C
ed ll'o Hr r I'lotT mines. His wife
die 1 in M- no last March, aid he is
survived ly the following children:
I. til e l.t o . ; Uorton, Kan., llobert
U-e of tliit i-.ty, Mrs. llannali llad
liek ofC-ai , -, John Le? of Cable.
The funeral -enrred today with in
terment a, i .1 Valley. , "
'i ' er Ottilaarr.
Mrs. F. ttfu'. :m. Sr., of Itorkford.
died yest Ala; motp'tr.. a;ed 'JO
years. She'? the ifother of Mrs.
Henry SI V.'a ir, and grandmother
of Harry II. (ir:,ham, of this city.
Tin: funeral wiil -ccur Thursday af
ternoon. News reachcil the city Monday
eotwevinjf tbc a 1 intelligence of the
death of John Frai.khattser. of Scran
ton, Iowa, a brotW of Mrs. IS. F.
Knox, and in et.n.-i . uence Mrs. Knox
left fof Scran ton ' yesterday after
no in. leath resn'u-d from an attack
of the grippe.
The Mineral of Mt
Kccckritz was he'.t
hiitnp. mi Fourth al
F.v.ressingi-rgret at Ibe failnr.- of terno,in. Kcv. R. F.
the eomniitict to torn the keys over
! the service. "1
Willi the building eatlrelyjtinilcted. I w.Ve: Messrs. Rob .
Y. t." said Mr. ltlafceslcy, -It will! j, i,n Oswald, tleorg
1 '.v r.',ptirc a loau of ffi.OJO Ul par 1 Jt lius Junge. A. P. C :
r, till lulls up l date, as pT oulj rr :,,.w t .the latU
w rtliy trcasnrer's report." IJ4 ' j-1P fIln,.ral of the 1.
th-n presented the leys to President' tMaFischcr was held
I.--1. v. and that irvn'.Ientan in a ; t. .,.., mt o'clock li
-li"tt ami oi;roiiriate
-p !!!-:l to Mr. libAesley
I t. f. (.. F r.riaitb
m.j-t U lttrhl Tut voJ sol, and I. U
i. . . .1... l
j i.ronn, siaie seererrT u,,
leiatiun. then addnjjied theaadiaiice.
I s. u in,-forth the s:aatagcs of the
j aoi iation to you; tnen, etc.
I I'ruver was thent ffered bf'Kev. F.
W. Mi-rrell,- ami ll.ineral Sec retary
I'.Iak. iee ablrro4 the assem'dagc,
a - k i ti a v 1 to t hkk miii f retjr er.i ly .
Tim !oxologv was Hen sungau 1 Kcv.
J. II. Kerr invoked the beneJietion.
Iii-jw fu,a of the littMing lol'.owedk
T.nl(:tt. - '
Tonight will N jfoaajmea night
an.i ail man
tiled to call
(romiscd to all.
' tic of her nii-re.,'
ic. Sunday af
: cs and lien-
: the resi
' 4. Konner-
. win w joanjmeii
ong men) un ordial!y in
11. andj good time It
Taxes are now .baa and pJW Bl
county tre.isnrcr4Se, onrt nwusn
1-iiilding. Bring Ust er's re-
It. C. CuaaaE. .Collector.
' sea m tut. Jiitr.iav. 1 c, eerviees
rcndereil rj i,,;,.,, oomlmltd bv Rv uu.
of Hie Lutheran ehure . Tlje pall
ht-arcrs were: tJeorge sinrinons,
John Dindinger, Adam S t!i .ab, H -n-rr
Dublin. John Tctcus am Kdward
The funeral of the .'a John
H'arner was held Sunday rnoon
Jrom tho homcstcail on ' M. i. e mre
ttae. the services U-ingcon lt. ted by
2cv. J. II. Kerr.- Apvr, priata
lymns were rpndcrctl by a o nrt. I
imposed of Mrs. B. F. Ort iii, Miss
llelle Folsom and Messrs. II. j-).
om and Addison Gest.- Tup p3u
irarers were: Messrs. Henry ("arse,
John Crnbauch. W. S. Knowlt.in
C. Ke'ator. Frank Mixter and
In Chicago, Saturday niornii; c.
enrred tiic'tleath of John II. l. 'ulv.
siuof Mr. and Mrs. Martin ltoj lv (
sheriff ..teas to give Gordon ih.
wink; and the latt.tr was to arr
him. "Matthews ?cm entered ;).-'.
dining room, and onr Texas she' i T :
introduced him to- Mr. Gordon, but
did not go -hTm the aforesai.'. ,
wink." attl after gossiping for soan- ,
time tho hotel proprietor walked o ..; i
of the dining room, and r.lthou'.i
Sheriff Gordon was told that he was
the " man that was wanted, in
side of a half minute tho bird h:i !
're . 1 . flown, as had tho emincit:
I .irii.slnng -.?..( ..:,,i., ; n f,
ago. Matthews escaped to the hill
back of Port Byron. Matthews i:
wanted to appear only to secure his
bondsmen, ho having been indicted
for unlawful disposition of goods in
bis possession, while lu was" em
ployed as station agent at Texar
knna. His case there is all fixed up,
but he had a misapprehension
of the Texas sheriff's inton
tinn. He was to have ap
pearod at the September term of
court in Texarkana. The circum
statiees were .com munica ted to Mat
thew's wife and son. and they in
turn will explain to him. and tlie af
fair in ali probability be settled itt a
manner satisfactory to all.
Tirol at roopiiic T.m.
.Three pistol shots in rapid suc
cession rang out from a house on
Kinefcenth street, not far from the
business portion of the city, shortly
after midnight. Officers llyan and
iduloneen who were in tlie viciuitv.
Clurg. of Uavenport, were nncon- proceeneu to tlie scene with all possi
Tak.Mi t j
the alt en;
when a pe
af terno. 11
and the i.-e
the young i- 'oplo skating about. T
ice in the v:.-ii:ity of the break b
came wavy, and as Kov Head,
Bock lslan !. and Jlis Linnie M
rvcrat Y.mric I'co; .! lii
i't Vrttrtla3r AfG-r.i -n.
y was a gala day : r skal
most tremendous iro.vi'.
.-'.eadiiyTolfiat ;i:ir! . the
ivn as the "trhingli ." la
on probably 50J w -e on
The ice was Vkishy. a:i 1
win feli the sh.mts .Itat
the throtts of the loo. r
l he cry of a victorious' .ot
About 3 o'clock in he
a loud report was he:i 1.
was found to lie crack i.
he cry of 'banter" fr. 1
seioii.-ly fUattng across tuo u an por
ous place, the iec gave way, and the
young folks took plunge "thev will
not soon f rget. Mr. Kad, of coursi'.
came to the young lath's assistance
in the wa'.or. an I kept li-r from sink
ing. After being in tho water some
two or three minutes. Will Lu
dolph. of ths city, attempted
to aid them wit 1 a large pole. Both
at once caught t. and several of the
onlookers came to Mr. Ltulolph's as
sistance, arot tl j result was that the
whole party, st ;ue sii or seren, was
precipitated i :to the ; river. The
young folks wt ro in tho watr . fully
10 minutes lie! re they w. re at last
rescued, and riueh tllBlcnlty was ex
perienced in jretting Miss AlcClurg
on terra lirtua otisc more.
The Arifr irfTocts.
She was wded with cramp? when
once on shore, an I a carriage was
called to take in t home. Mr. L11
dolh had beni i nfortnnale enough
to hare sen". h:s clothir-g to tbn
depot, as he was to leave for Iowa
Ci:V in the evening to attend school,
and in consonueufe was compelled to
borrow clothes while Lis were being
The accid.'iit pnved a signal for
stopping skating for the day, and all
the vonng folks left for their homes,
and'soon the ice was deserted.
thi$ citr. aged 42 years and 6 mitths.
Mr. Bi fdy was ti"rn and rais! ;
Rock Inland, removing to Chicaa
years ago. . lie leaves a wife ami
cliii irt.n. iXatb was title to M
A-k TourdcaleAor oneof Kraioer )monia and bronchitis
- . a ' r., t , . 1 ... ....
j mi lu'iiiy. Sr., ami 1.
: Hcidy, Jr.. have pne
I attend the funeral.
Ui!i fmntuse bi
or sale at Kratif ir
' Stt-ond avenae.
Trice lie nl.i
Blcuer 4 ,
S.inla t'Ltn Itnme.4 Ills W hl-ke.n.
At the Baptist miision entertain
ment last evening George Downseitd
was playing Santa Clans. Mr. Down,
send came through H10 chimney all
right, bat in attempting to blow out
a candle his whisker caught on lire,
and in his attempts tk extinguish the
flames a curtain became enveloped
in flames, and caused a little panic.
Women iumped from the windows ot
. . .... 1 i.t 1
tllC Cnaicif iMll eseapeu wituoui. in
jury. Mr. Dowrseud. however, had
his hands and face severely burned
in his attempts as a lire laddie. , ,
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Owing to the nnprecedentod silk year just closed, we wrrc ,lfl(,n
obliged "to make enormously largo purchases of silks, jn pia-ujs
stripes and fancy effects, which ut any ordinary year woui,- baVp
completely swamped ns. We, hoVever, hare sold thousands of
yards of plaids and fllncy silks, on which we have had ur f,,
profits. , ) '11, . -
The close of tho yeiit finds us with many short lengths. an,i o lil
pieces. sune.of which .were not tho best sellers, and others which
sold well, but got nt into remnants, and short undesirable len-n,,.
On Tuesday morning, Jan. S, 1894. at 9 o'clock sharp, we throw
out all of our accumulations for tho past six months, all of ouro.i.u
and ends iu plaid. fant'T siiks. Goods which we haro sold for 7.10.
silks which we sold nSo, those we sold for t?l. those which w,.r
cheap at Sl.-Jd, 1.38, fl.4-', 1.S0, fl.68 and fl-75, what do y.,
suppose the price will be? What will you guess? How nut. I, ,
we hear? Down they co at 6 :)c a vard--ot)c for your pick, .. ie f.,r
tho best. 50e buys what were $1.75, 50c buys what were l.;nl. 1 Mt
enough.. At .50c a vard you have a chance to select from the ,
We reserve the ngnt to limit the
tire lot. one to one dozen yards.
tpaautity if we think best.
Seven pieces dark color, not
'.ho most desirable shades. Crys
; tl silks wc place on salo Tties
l iv, Jan. 2nd, at :iSlc a yard.
Twenty pieces odds and cttds,
si ort lengths, and accttmnla
ti' ns of genuine silk velvets at
2" a yard, less than half of iirst
'J 0 make this sale notable, and
to uakc our customers remem
ber it tor future account we will
sell ur extra heavy ?1.0Jquali--iiy
1 lack tirosgrain silk for C7c
a ya d all week.
Tuesday morningand all ve, k,
in order to introduce Bailey's
celebrated Swans Down fa?e pow
der, we will sell it at 8e per box,
and present each purchaser with
an ounce bottle of German Col
ogne. To introduce ' Bailey's
Cardinal Dcntritice we will sell
the 25e bottles at 12c. Also the
celebrated Bailey's Vascolioc and
Petroleum Jelly at 4 to 8c er
bottle. One pound can package
of Petroleum Jelly at 18c per
can, usually 40c.
1720, 1722. 1724 and 1726 Second avc.
book for the children
we gsre away
with every $2 purchase.
Men's cork de shoes ..or'.h 7. froinjr at.
Men's p.i'.et .leather Sii .cs. worth. 5, going at
js, worm t ami Coins at.. ..
worth $ J.7.r, got 'i g at. .... . ......
worth j.oJ. ijoitgat.
, worth S.'. goir.g at.-.
rorth $1.7"i. g etig at ........... .
worth $1 VI. g i it g at.. .
Jlen s slipper.-.; worth ?1 -o, j;-.'ing at.. .
Men's slipper, worth 75 eent-. uoinjr at
15-iys' water pr sif shoes t irtli J "t goin" at
Misses' lti;-h ct t shoes, w.-rth -2..V, going at,
Misses" high ctr shoes, worth -'.-, goiuir at.
Misses' high cut shoes. Worth s?. going at.. .
Misses high cut shoes, worth t?1.7.". going at..
.Misses' high cut shoes, worth $!-" iroing at
B(X K ISLAND, ILL.
CENTKAL STORK, 1818 Second Avenae
Fair weather todav. divtionarv tern.
in rature; colder Wcdccsday ami proh-
ablV S Il;w numrn; nnaui wiuus.
F. J. WAua, Observer.
le haste to know the causc,and were
old by the young lady whe mauipula
1 the tirearr.i that she was entcrtaln
tg. and discovered a man peeping
'. ut the window, when she tired to
r.-lghton him away.
Charles Thornton. Robert Thorn
ti Harry Swisher and Oscar Peter
son, the young boys convicted of
sti ding bananas some time ago,were
en Saturday in the county court,
titsi d ?5 and costs each by Judge
Adatus. This, no donbt. will prove
a le-s-m to the lads and stop further
aeti. ;ts in that line by Moline bovs.
A X!otitti'rollce Itavlnru.
Chief Sexton's report of the work
of the department during the last
month of the year is appended:
ArrestSiS-Disorderly conduct, 9;
drunk. It assault and batterv. 2; lar
ceny. 6; fast driving, 1; vagrancy. 2;
malicious mischief, 1; assault "with
murderous weapon, 1.
Number of state cases, 11; number
nt city cases, 1I.
Amount of fines and police fees
collected by Magistrate Sehroeder.
Jail bill. 4.W.
Lights out. 18
Wugoa business Number of runs,
14: box calls. I ; telephone calls, 8
miles run, 2f 1 ; ambulance calls, 2. '
aioale Ojc Umval of WcUh Nate -a.
ilnsic is tite rery ob1 aa,i kernel of
tha Y clsh nr.t'.t-e. - A musical ear is the
sanvnhiuiTitriKti. every Welsh nrp.icl..
erwho migr..'. s to ao Eut-lis'a chozch
."vj,.. -...j in ui.stnimn
from that re .r I. lecuhar intonatioa of
nu sermon wlkm m kuowq as tho h--i
aad arliich is o.'t ti strange and objection!
U to English cars.
' Aremarkaldt md subtle fact which
arm b Interesiitts to Enirliah tviaJI
aad at tho same time significant of Ka
senaitiveitess of Welsh musical ear
is UUt it is pw tive discord to manv
nmenr tte Web : eonjTeUons iTttha
mmisteivla "piv; .; ont" the first Ver
uv a aiu, uce i. i w lllicu til s..-
I ..... - . VMI I,
rtna U a31 be ia i.t-rtaony with tho 1-.
ta wt'" i tanei i-preUiniuarily been
Wfil the ia tr-aue&talist. Weet-
, iwm. a
A Lot of Holiday Goods.
And we have a shipment of Fancy Rockers
that came in late yesterday. -This stock con
sists of " :
Viwlvv Desks f :
Parlor CabiKels, : '
Easels, v f.
' Table, ': .
All fresh stvlish merehandiso. Bej-muing ftiTIRSDAY MORN
ING, DECEMBEK 28, an 1 untij JANL'AKY 1. I II make a
2 PrCafttDi-coua '
and in some eases more m clo-e out th stoek.cnic and si-e for
yourselves what this r.iean-. "
. -. -
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT,
C. F. DEWEM, Manager. 1809-1811 Second Avenua
Upholsteritg done to order. After Jan. 1, our store closes at-.
! 6:30 except Saturday. Telephone No. 12o5. ; T";";-
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