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THE AB6HTJS. TUESDAY, JAXTJARV 10, 1899.
Th Weather W May Have.
Threatening weaiher totlcbt: proba
bljshowersortnow flurries Wednesday.
Today's Temperature 33.
J. M. Shcbixb Observer.
F. B. Q.
Smoke F. B. Q.
Pay your water rent.
Ieaf lard at Gilmore's.
For. insurance, E. J. Burns.
For real estate, . J. Burns.
Farms for sale. Reidy Bros.
Dressed turkeys at Hess Bros'.
Smoke Kinship, and be happy.
Dressed chickens at Hess Bros'.
F. B. Q. finest beyond question.
Six per cent loan?. Reidy Bros.
Athens lump coal can't be beat.
McKown has it.
Dr. F. R. Haley, dentist. 1615 Sec
ond avenue, over David Don's,
Second hand school books. 1717
Second avenue. C. C. Taylor, manager.
Bargains in r flice supplies. 1717
Second avenue. C. C. Taylor, manager.
Wool half-hose 9 cents a pair.
Young & McCombs' January clearing
Fancy broken mixed candy 5 cents
per pound. Young & McCombs' Jan
uary clearing sale.
Fancy novelties in hats and millin
ery o regardless of cost at Miss
Byrnes' January clearing sale.
The Ladies' Aid society of the Cen
tral I'resbyterian church will meet
with Mrs. Allen tomorrow afteruoou
at 3 o'clock.
The stage of the water at the Rock
Island bridge at 6 a. in. was ".80: at
noon it was 2.70. The temperature
at noon was 20.
The local agency of the Inter Ocean,
of Chicago, has been moved from the
Y. M. C. A. building to 1 VJ Eigh
The policy of expansion is all right.
Anti-Washboard soap in absolutely
the lst and is made at home. Just
expound on that idea.
Indies' and gents' underwear 'at
cut prices now at Young !c McCombs'
January clearing sale.
There are other soaps besides Anti
Washboard soap made here at home.
The wrapKT3 of any of our brands
aro valuable for premiums.
Leave your order for t he Inter
Ocean with Ed Ramscr, the local
agent, at 111 Eighteenth street. Open
Wednesday and Saturday evenings.
Edward Clements, of the Shit-Ids
grocery, has resigned his position to
accept one in the supply department
of the Kock Inland road. frank
Curnyn succeeds hint.
If you are interested in china paint
ing, see the exhibit of work done in
Miss (Jibson's studio, in the Jarvis
White Art company's window, 3'J)
Brady btreet, Davenport.
Travel over Rock Island bridge
Yesterday amounted to: Foot, north,
yil; south, 'J1S; total. 1.8:14. Teams,
north, 741; south. 746; total. 1,487.
Street cars, north, 2Z; south, 123;
You cannot afford to be indifferent
to the inducements thrown out by
Young & McCombs at the January
clearing sale. Every article is a bar
gain, and you can find them now in
All the talk in the world will not
tell you as much alxnit our line as a
few minutes' visit at the big store of
Young & McCombs and see the great
bargains in January clearing sale,
crockery, dry gwods. millinery.
Gospel meetings at the Memorial
Christian church are being continued
this week withgrowiug interest. To
night Rev. Grafton will preach upon
Scriptural Conversion." Mrs. Ilrad-
ley will sing '-Follow All the Way."
The second annual masquerade bali
of the Veteran Volunteer Firemen's
association of Davenport will le held
at Turner hall. Davenport, next Sat
urday evening. It promises to be a
very enjoyable affair in all respects.
The Chicago Journal of last even
ing prints cuts of Representatives
Hurst, of this city, and Alschler, of
Aurora, as most conspicuous among
those discussing democratic plans at
the state capital during the present
session of the legislature.
Venturesome people are crossing on
the ice, the only path which can l
followed at all, with any degree of
safety and this is not guaranteed
being from the foot of Gaines street.
Davenport, to the Rock Island side
between Twelfth and Fifteenth streets.
Citit ns of Davenport, in a mas
meeting last evening, adopted resolu
tions condemning the recent action of
the city council in that city in the
adoptiou of the Y" ordinance and
the ceding to the C, K. I- & P- road
certain essential rights in connection
with the same.
The case of Mrs. Hanora Blake
against the city of Rock Island was
given to the jury this afternoon.
Fred Kay, ared 13. was arrested
last night. He is accused of having
taken property be!onging to his father.
John Kay, and pawned it in Davenport.
The ladies of Trinity church will
give a supper at the residence of Mrs.
Henry Curtis Thursday, Jan. 12,
from 5 to 8 o'clock. Oysters cooKed
in chafing dishes and various other
wars, besides Boston baked beans
brown bread, cold meats, salads, cof
fee, etc., will be served. All are cor
Stirrinsr on the earth with a trowel.
spade or plow is one kind of work.
Stirring up a community with a good
stock of dry jroods, crockery and
house furnishings is another. That's
what we are doing. Our January
clearing sale is stirring everybody up
and all are talking about the marvel
ous barsains they can get at YouDg &
McCombs'. Every article in the store
reduced in price. Their jacket is
a big sensation.
, The Davenport Business Men's as
sociation has decided to pursue a sys
tematic course such as will insure
the appropriations necessary to de
velop Rock Island arsenal to the ex
tent that Maj. Blunt has shown it is
possible to do. To aid to this end. a
certain number of copies of B. F
Tillinghast's new work, "Rock Island
Arsenal in Peace and in War," will be
purchased by the association and
placed where they will do the most
good. The city council of this city
as well as the Rock Island Club should
cooperate in such a move.
Kirst-wlass mail matter from Rock
Island for New York reaches its desti'
nation about ten hours earlier in con
scmiencs of a change recently made,
Mail matter of this kind when in the
postoflice by 6:10 p. m. is dispatched
via the Chicago, Burlington & Quiney
train leaving Rock Island at :10. It
reaches Chicago at 2:15 and is for
warded shortly afterward on the Lake
Shore. Heretofore the mail was held
in Rock Island until midnight and
forwarded via the Chicago. Rock Isl
and & Pacific. Reaching Chicago at
4 :0o a. m. it was not forwarded until
The city council convened in ad
journed session last ni-rht with Aid.
. C. Maucker as mayor pro tem
The rules were suspended, and after
passing resolutions, presented by Aid
II. L. Wheelan. expressing the
condolence of the council for Mayor
T. J. Medill and the others of his
family in their jrreat atliiction in the
death of their venerable father, ad
journed until next Friday afternoon,
this time leing in accordance with
the request of the mayor. At the
conclusion of the council meeting the
otlicial of the city cot together in re
gard to the funeral of T. J. Medill,
Sr., which is to be held tomorrow
afternoon, and which all who can will
attend. Aids. Pender, Bleuer and
Johnson were selected a committee on
. S3. 83 fur 85 Slieea.
Anyof Johnston & Murphy's win
ter tan shoes this week $:J.S.j. Adams.
raftered Ihrlorlom of the damned
wltb protrutl:r-ff pile bniUKhl on by constipa
tion wlM htch I mirte! for tt tv
years. I ran a-r,i!s your I'AsCAEf.TS In tl:e
town of Newell, la. ind n".rr f mrul anvOi'.nr
to equal tlwra. To-day I am entirely Iree frotn
B!le and ftl lik- a new man."
C 11. KciT2. 1111 Jones tt . Sioux City. la.
f ir Donald's Cnr.tly ( hair,
I told you recrrtly i f the sale at FM
InJ'ursh where an old ork clinir liroucht
n huge pr'ce. The ether day I heard an
nmusir.g explanation. The chair is val
ued ly txptrts at al . ut $1'.0. Whin
the lidding reached f.ZO. all dealers
Ft-Tped. leavir.c two in possession of
the fiihl. who hid fo that they ran the
ir.air tip to ?'i."."e. v ;. n one retir-d
I It Ftcn-.s that Sir I'ir.aid Currie noticed
that the chair had carve 1 on its hack
'T.'unottar 'n5t!-V the ram. of ore of
the r-hir? of the famous lire he controls,
so he fpvf an Edinburca dealer a com
mission to tuy it at any price. A few
days after, f rKettins w hat he had done,
he rave a Cinsgi.w dealer the fame in
structions. These two were the rival
Mdders. so Lord Currie really lid
a(rain."t hirr.se!f. with the result that he
Is the porstssor of rrbab!y the eostli
crt oi l oal: hair in tl.e world. Cor.
American 1'loar in Constantinople.
An enterprising Greek merchant of
Cor.stsr.tir.orle has discovered that
ArrerUan flour can be brpupht to C n
star.Tinople ar.d sold for lers than the
same quality of the Russian rroduction.
and he has finrrd several larse orders
with western rcilli rs. There is no d lubt
that with the Irrproved freight service,
which i3 l.rund to come within a fv
years. Americnn butter, cheese, harrs
and mnr.y ether agricultural jroduets.
as well as manufactured articles of ev
ery description, will find a ready mar
ket in TutU'-y. Coiistanticople Letter
to Chicago Kcor--l-
A Wise Ileclition.
'After having the grip, dyspepsia
troubled me. 1 was obliged to give
up eating more than would barely
keep me alive. I read what Hood's
Sarsaparilla had done for others and
decided to try it. I did so and it was
not long lefore I could eat anything
I wished." Mrs. Kliza A. Johnson,
M IV jin. BETTER 2ati&J.$
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
155-1617 Second Avenue.
Harper House Block.
Representing the Leading Bicycle Makers of the World.
Eldredge, the Wheel that
Miller Rides . . .
ELDREDGE $50.00- 40.00- 35.00-
COLUMBLV chainless, 75.00. chain,
$50- $40- $25-
RAMBLER 30-inch, $45, $4Q, $35.
LDTHY highest price chain wheel, $75.
TRIBUNE $50. $35 $30
TIG ER $5 0 $35
IMPERIAL $40. $30
ADLAKE $45' $30- $25-
IDEALS-$30. $25- $20. $18
IDEALS boys and girls, $18, $20-
Ladies' Diamond Frame Eldredge.
' Remember the Maine . . .
Place for a Trade, Buy or Sell a
Bicycle is LLOYD'S, Harper
LLOYD'S Spinner Spins
The Best Wheel Ever Made
for the Price.
No Matter How Cheap
Others Claim They Are,
LLOYD Will Do Better.
Wholesale and Retail Bicycle Repairing and Sundries. Everything sold fully guaranteed.
...Almost Any Day...
You can find something
new in the market at
Hess Bros. You can find
plenty of seasonable
groceries. Order by
phone and you will re
ceive careful attention.
Wax Ue ans.
Dressed Gese, Dressed Chickens,
Dressed Duoks, Dressed Turkeys,
CANNED AND IUXK OYSTERS.
1(30 EmoiI At.
f r jjf CATHARTIC j
t' TAC MAKR M99WKO 0tt
nMant. Plbe. Iient. Tt Gol. Io
GooaTNe'T tftcxeo. Weaken, uc bripe. 10c. ttc. Sue.
CURE CONSTIPA' iON. ...
tj CWV. tWlw I, w Tfc. Sit
mm tt Tfl 1(1 and jrq!irmiil fr !1 arn$f
RU'TU'&Aw (tstato Cfl KJb Uablu
Hood's Pills cure nauea. headache.
I'u'uue .pr:culi'i-ar coiiopc br.s is
sued a biilirtln to the effect that the
ly hosr chc.Ieta tn Indiara has l.eu
SOO.Cti triiiitli, rnlwed at t3.C0ti.Ca.
GIVE US A
-1 . . . . 1 .
j ue nriicie u Ky iiie iuo.-i ior j
brand of coffee is no exception. The
best is always the cheajest.
Takes the burn out: finals the wound;
cures the pain. Ir. Thomas Kclec
tric Oil. the household remedy.
For sale by Marshall & Fisher, drug
gists., Wo-1o- for Fifty Ccntc
" Gnarmateed tobacco haMt core, make weak
nen tuooc, bioo pure. 60c, (1. Ail draegisu
We Carry a
Of the most carefully selected
Goods and are now in bctier
shape than ever to give our
VERY : BEST : GOODS
at the lowest possible price.
Kemerulcr us with your
NELSON & LUNDQUIST
329 Twentieth Street. Phone 109:.
S a rule, Trousers beat the Coat and Vest to a finish by
several months. That's what makes this extra Trou-
ser season. Jixtra 1 rousers will go larther than any
thing else toward keeping your suit spick and span the
balance of the winter, and the cost is not much.
Their Ads Call for With a $1,000 Guarantee.!
t WAftiyvvvwvwvffftwvw f!w>zs s-tie&&p& iorvfsgei V
A Pair of Pants for a Our $2.48 Trousers
Pair of Dollars. Will
That arc surely "Breeches of Lengthen the life of your suit
Promise." They will tone up at least one-half. Quite a (foa If)
an old coat and vest wonder- I If I few small lots at this price ! X
fully, fine fitters and excel- p Mil which we reduced from $3.50 OJ.tO
lent Wearing qualities:::::::::::::::: ::: V17 9 V W X
Trousers From 37c to We Have Trousers at
$6 00' a Less Price
Any alterations you may want
will be made, and pressed J A And some that cost more; fact is, we can
for one year without charge, 1 111 , . .
J fe Mill supply you with a pair.
at $6.00 down : : : : : :: ::: i V J J I
The Store That Backs Every Promise or Claim
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1729 Second Avenue, Rock Island. 115 and 117 W. Second St Davenport.