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THE jIkGTTS, SATUBD AY, DECEMBER 31, 1898.
t Tfe Waatma We May Have.
Fir tonight, and Sunday: sligblly
warmer Sunday artetnaon, ,
f Tadaf Tampcrator . -
J.M. Basal Observer.
' r. b. q.
Smoke B. Q.
Hynes for skates.
Pay your water rent.
Leaf lard at Gilmore'a.
. Tarn over that new leaf.
For insurance, H.-J. Barna.
For real estate, E. J.'Burns.
;,' Smoke Kinship, and "be happy. .
' . Dressed turkeys at Iless Bros1.
F- B. Q. finest beyond question.
Bargains this evening at Beecher's.
New cure for indigestion eat at
the Staj clnb.
. See Young 4c McCombs' ad. Great
week next week. - -
Great week next week at Young &
McCombs''. See ad.
Hess Bros, are distributing some
fine calendars for 1899. -.
Attend the masquerade at Roche's
hall Saturday evening.
Plentj of dressed poultry at Hess
Bros, this evening. Phone 1031.
Carpenters are engaged in lowering
the judge's desk in the circuit court
The vestry of Trinity church will
meet at the rectory Monday evening
The last day of the year, the last
day of the month and the last day of
The temperature went down to
from 5 to 8 below zero during the
night, the coldest of the season.
Plenty of fresh dressed turkeys,
chickens, ducks and geese at Hess
Bros1, this evening. Phone 1031.
Dressed turkey 11 cents a pound
and dressed chickens and ducks 7 cents
a pound this evening at Beecher's.
It has 1-een decided to play a game
of chess by long distance telephone
between the Davenport and Iowa City
. The stage of water at the Rock Isl
and bridge at 6 a. m. was S.60; at
noon 3.50. The temperature at noon
was 3 below.
The tKIiey of expansion is all right.
Anti-Washboard soap is absolutely the
best and is made at home. Just ex
pound on that idea. j
The Akgis in order to afford its
employes an opportunity to observe
the national holiday in their own way
will not publish Monday.
The Rock. Island Ministerial ussso
ciation will meet next Monday at
10:30 a; m. in the Y. M. C. A. rooms.
Dr. MeCulloch will read a paper.
Mr. and Mrs. John Erbs desire to
publicly return thanks to sympathiz
ing friends ind neighbors, and par
ticularly to Rev. W. S. MarquW.
Make every purchase count. A
Eurchase of Rock Island soap of any
rand counts three times: Once for
office rooms in BuforJ block. Mr.
Ludolph's present quarters.
YOUNG & McCOMBS
Grand January Clearing Sale.
Just before inventory we wish to
onload our mammoth stock and have
made cnt prices in every department,
and everything in the entire store,
none reserved. Everything goes at a
cut price. The undersigned document,
signed by all head clerks in their" re
spective " departments, will verify
above sate, to ommenoe Jan. 2. 1899
(Tuesday morning), at 9 o'clock:
- We. the undersigned employes o
the firm of Young & McCombs. have
gone through our respective depart
ments and have marked all goods down
to conform with their advertisement,
which commences Jan. S and is known
as The January Clearing Sale:
E. Kilgour Black dress goods silks.
B. Ullemeyer Colored dress goods
J. TV. Leidtke Colored dress goods
- Manraret Brady Braids.
. Anna "Osterraan Laces
Alma Liitt Ribbons.
Hilda Rose berry Corsets.
Josie Etzel Hosiery.
P. H. Kessler Domestics.
J. A. Wolf Linens.
Mrs. Hall Fancy work.
Charlotte Proseus Perfumery
Millie Osterman Handkerchiefs.
Lizzie Ran son Notions.
Anna Goldsmith Ladies' knit un
derwear. C. R. Case Gents' furnishing de
partment, gloves and mittens.
E. B. Sterling Cloaks.
Jennie Terie Skirts and wrappers.
George II. Saunders Blankets and
Louise Xachbaur Millinery.
Miss Maroney Art.
Miss Shearer Books.
Miss Flack Toys.
John jWittmer Stoves and oil
S. A. Swanson House furnishing
and tin ware.
E. O. Hume Crockery, cut glass.
Myrtle Pot tiger Candy.
Nellie Bleuer Yarns.
MYSTIC WORKERS' LODGE.
Rock Island lodge No. 35, Mystic
Workers of the World, at its meeting
last night elected the following ofllceis
for the ensuing year:
Master J. J. Ingram.
Socretary C. E. Davis.
Banker II. A. McDonald.
Vice Master G. A. Bergsten.
Conductor J. L. Kramer. -
Sentinel Mrs. Ilulda Anderson.
Picket Harry Coyne.
Physicians Dr. DeSilva. Dr. Sala.
Attorney George Morgan.
Board of Managers R. K. Reeves,
Miss Annie SchraUl. and Mrs. Mary
Lut fisk lunch at Louis Englin's to-
good work, once for premiums andA'J.1?' ,.
once for the good of our town. I New Year's ere lunch at Louis
The Eureka club will give its first Bhn 9 ton,ghf- "J "
grand masked ball New Year's eve at Free oyster lunch at Henry Von
Beslin's hall. 1503 Second avenue. Heckes place tonight.
Two grand prizes will be given away. Louis En lin will celebrate New
Tickets 50 cents. ladies free. Cos- Year's eve by serving a fine lunch
tumes can be had at the hall. I this evening.
The discovery of a leak during the ' The Santiago will have an oyster
testing operations iu settling basin 8tew lunch tonight and will also dis
No. 1 necessitated the letting out of Ps of some tine ducks.
the water in the reservoir. The break
has been repaired by Supt. J. A. Mar
rin, and water will be let into the res
Yesterday the big 24.000-pound
steel girders, which will be strung
between pier and pier of the jkdv
bridge across the slough separating
Willow island from the Iowa main
land arrived in Rock Island and will
be hauled from here over the Cres
cent bridge on rubble cars to the
place of installation.
The colored people of the three
cities will hold an Emancipation proc
lamation celebration at Turner hall.
Bock . Island, next Tuesday evening.
There will be speaking and a literary ,
and musical program. The commit- 1
tee in charge of the affair is composed
of Rev. C. H. Thomas. George John
son, Henry Burns, George Green and
Thunder la Varlona R(tan.
Java is raid to be the region of the
globe where it thunders oftenest. bay
ins thunderstorms a 7" days in the year
After it are Sumatra, with b days;
Hiudnt-tan, with 50, Borneo, with 64;
the Gold Coat, with 52. and Rio de
Janeiro, with 5 In Europe. Italy oc
cupies the first place, with .38 days of
thunder, while France and southern
Russia have 16 daya Great Britain and
Switzerland bavs each 7 days, and
Norway has 4 Thunder is rare at Cairo,
being beard only 3 days in the year,
and extremely rare in northern Tur
kestan and the polar regions. London
We, the undersigned, do hereby
agree to refund the money on a 50
cent bottle of Greene's Warranted
Syrup of Tar if it fails to cure your
cough or cold. e also guarantee a
Beginning with the first of the year 35 bottle to prove satisfactory or
Attorney William L. Ludolph will as- money refunded,
sociate with himself Robert R. I Hoest vox Kokckbitz.
lEeynoids. at present practicing law
in Chicago. Mr. Reynolds for the
past six vears has been connected
' with one' of the leading legal firms of
'Chicago. The firm name will le
Ludolph A Reynolds, and will occupy
Court of Honor, Attention.
Members of Court of Honor Nj. 31
and sister lodges are requested to at
tend the funeral service of Brother J.
II. Thomas, at the residence. 4527
,Fifth avenue. Sunday, Jan. 1, at 9 a.
ni. j. r i.arkix. inanceuor.
J. II. Kekk. Recorder.
"Ibave nvrrn oainx CASTAKirr for
laoooMitm. nr.ti wbM.li 1 Lmtc brra aCvtrd lor
rr t on l y vraxs. and I can u; tnat rurtrtu
- bare irn me anorw relief than an jr other reme
dy 1 h.tve errr tried. I fcball rerLainiT reecm-
mecJ ttwtn to my f Heads a heme all ther are
represented Tiun Uuuia iuala. UL
The opening event of the new year,
a masquerade on the ice, at Triangle
park. Monday evening. Music by
Otto's brass band.
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We are showing the largest and best line of
STEEL RANGES, CAST COOKS and
RANGES, HEATERS and FURNACES in
the city, ; at prices that defy competition.
It will pay you to call and examine them at
DA VID DON'S,
1551617 Second Avenae.
LLO YD'S BICYCLES.
Harper House Block.
Representing the Leading Bicycle Makers of the World.
Eldrcdge, the Wheel that
Miller Rides ....
EL DREDGE $50,00- 40.00- 35.00
COLUMBIA chainless. $75.00- chain,
30-inch, $45, $40 $35
LUTHY highest price chain wheel, $75.
TRIBUNE $50- $35- $30
TIGER $50- $35
IMPERIAL $40- $30
ADLAKE $45- $30- $25
IDEALS $30- $25- $20- $18
IDEALS boys and girls, $J6- $18- $20
Ladies' Diamond Frame Eldredge.
Remember the Maine . . .
j2 Place for a Trade, Buy or Sell a
Eg Bicycle is LLOYD S, Harper
L3 House Block.
LLOYD'S Spinner Spins
The Best Wheel Ever Made
for the Price.
No Ma'ter How Cheap
Others CLiim They Are,
LLOYD Will Do Better.
jtf . Wholesale and Retail Bicvcle Repairing and Sundries.. Everything sold fully guaranteed.
Closing out odd lots at less than
One lot of boys' skates, 35c a pair, as
long as they last.
One lot of girls skates, 69 cents a
One lot of albums, 39 cents apiece,
Any of our celluloid goods which
we have left at half price.
A few children's rockers, close them
out, 69 cents, were $1.00.
A few children's wash sets, the
$ 1.00 size 49 cents, until all are sold.
Any games left, close them out at
EC K. HART'S
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j Bard Coal Slarfcet.
j Antbrac e coal, all sizes, delivered
, at f 6.0O per ton, for immediate de
everv. E. G. Fkazeb.
Uorrible agony is caused by piles,
burns and skin diseases. These are
immediately relieved and quick! v
cured by "De Witt's Witch Hazel
Salve. lie ware of "worthless imita
tions. For sale by T. II. Thomas. A.
J. Reiss and M. V. Babnsen. drug-
KetwattTMr Row via TTth Ciinrila
' Cad Cathartic, cm eo--nsuoa farerac;
We Carry a
Of the most carefully selected
Goods and are now in better
shape than ever to give our
VERY : BEST . GOODS
at the lowest possible price.
lie member us witn jour.
NELSON & LUNDOUIST
. 329 Twentieth. Street. Phone 10l0.
V Money deposited ia Mitchell & Lynde's Bank if we fail to fulfill
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Kespectfully, M. & K.
TO those who have been deluded and disappointed through glaring exaggerations and unfilled newspaper prom
ises practiced by irresponsible dealers, and in order that we may not be classed with merchants of that type,
we have adopted this novel and convincing method of offering One Thousand Dollars Reward if we fail to fulfill a sin
gle promise this advertisement calls for. LAST CALL DURING LAST SIX DAYS OF '98. Our sales of our two
mammoth stores during this year have by far exceeded our most sanquine expectations. We, therefore, propose to
demonstrate our appreciation of the patronage of the people by giving our friends and the general public a special
benefit that will be no comparison to any special announcement made during the past year.
FROM MONDAY, DEC. 26, UNTIL SATURDAY, DEC. 31.
5,000 Reward if we do not fulfill every Promise this Advertisement calls for.
Furnishing Goods Dept.
All $2.75 Underwear reduced to $2.00
5 All 2.00 Underwear reduced to 1.50
& All $1.50 and $1.25 Underwear re-
fJi All $1.00 Underwear reduced to. . . . - 79c
All 75c Underwear reduced to 58c
Men's Suspenders, former price 19c,
Q one pair to a customer, at Qc
Seamless Cotton Socks, 2 pair to a
ff. customer, per pair 2C
IIeav Wool Socks (3 pair for 25c)
if per pair Wc
m Fancy Laundried Shins, at 45c, 39c
3 and 25C
W White Unlaundried Shirts, rein
tv forced back and front 25C
Heavy Dutch Blue Shirts, former
price 45c 29C
Linen Collars, at 7C
Linen Cuffs, at Jc
r Choice of . any Tarn O'Shanter Cap.
XI including those we sold for $1.50
W for 25C
All Men's and Boys' Caps at One-
Our Best Husking Gloves reduced
C) to 33c
Ef Men's Working Gloves, at 9c
j& Boys' Lined Leather Mittens go at. . J5q
Men's Overcoats and Ulsters
Men's Ulsters we have been selling "J
at $7.50, for this sale go at $5.00
Our Celebrated $7.75 Overcoats,
which other dealers have been
eelline at $10.00. ' for this sale
at . 6.90
Men's Jean Pants at 39 C
Our 75c Cottonade Pants at 49c
Our 88c Cottonade Pants at 67c
Our $1.38 Cassimere Pants at 99C
Our Best Corduroy Pants at 1.69
Men's Suit Department.
Men's Suits at $2.37
Men's Black Cheviot Suits, former
price $3.98, well worth $5.00.
All of our small lots in Men's Suits,
which we have been selling for,
from $5.00 to $6. 75, go at 4, 95
All Men's Suits, which we have
formerly sold from $7.00 to $8.90,
go in this sale
Ail Children's Suits, that sold from
$1 48 to $1.50, one to a customer,
All Children's Suits, that sold from
$2. 95 to $3. 75. go at . . 2.50
Choice of any of our $5.00 Children's
Suits at 3.75
Choice of all Children's Suits, from
$5.60 to $6.75 at 5.00
Choice of all Children's Suits, in
cluding those handsome Silk
Collar and Silk Vest Suits, sold
at $10.00, go at 6.50
Knee Pants, one to a customer, at . 5q
Shirt Waists, best blue, unlaunder-
cd, one to a customer, at. 13c
All 98c and $1.00 Flannel Blouse
Waist', one to a customer,. at. . . . 69C
All those very lincst Flannel Blouse
Waists, sold at $2.50, one to a
customer, at 1.09
Choice of our Finest Laundried
Waists, sold up. to $1.00, at 69c
Choice of 50c Blouse Waists at 29C
Choice of all 75c Blouse Waists at. . 47c
Choice of all $1.00 Blouse Waists at 59c
All our Children's Reefers and Over
coats at Reduced prices.
A Reduction of 10 per cent on all'Men's
and Boys' Fine Suits and Overcoats
not advertised in this list.
We are every bit as jealous of our reputation for truthful advertising as we are of our business honor and integrity.
Determined that there cannot be a shadow of doubt as to our sincerity in advertising, wc repeat our offer: One
Thousand Dollars Reward If we fall to fulfill a single promise this advertisement calls for." Could anything be fair
er or more convincing? Sale opens Monday, Dec. 26, closes Saturday, Dec. 31, at the Largest and Best Equipped
Clothing Store In this part of the country.
BRING THIS ADVERTISEMENT TO THE STORE WITH YOU.
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1729 Second Avenue, Rock Island. , 115 and 117 W. Second St., Davenport.