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THE HOOK TSIiANP ABQUS, TUESDAY, JANUAKY 14, 1880.
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MH K r H A H I I .. MOJ-WsM.
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rustled, astonished, annoyed, sur
priori, but not discouraged. On looking
orrr and footing up our stock sheets Jan
uary 10tb. we find we have on hsDd near
1T $1(M).000 in merchandise. To say we
wrre dumbfounded la putting It very
mildly. We are annoyed; we are aston
ished; we are surprised; we are puzzled;
we are perpleied, and this week we shall
commence the greatest effort of the yer.
We shall Inaugurate a great 89c January
isle, to be contiuued balance of the
month. Home of the most startling bar
gains we bae ever offer ad will be thrown
into this sole. Good must be turned in
c,i. Our stock Is too larpe by half
Think of $100,000 00 worth of merchan'
dito under one roof, all to be slaughttred
As a rcw of the thousand sample bargains
flril com foils.
ifrlrl bed blanket, per pound ""
Mm's fsacjr soarlet stripe underwear
l ..tl.a v.nulna utuli hal. '
Liutl'' eouln white merino Tests and" pants
(irnt whit underwear Ntrdown to
A II of oar misses' and children's trimmed
..V .www . ..... IfLl
bU go at
These Include everything In misses'
trimmed hats, many of which hav hn
wlliog 8. 4 and 6 times the price now
Trv aud come in the Inwnna. m,v,
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aerooon parlicuUr cnion paid to
1712, 1714. 1716. 1713. 1720 and 1722 Second Avenck.
CLOSING OUT PRICES.
Plush Cabinet Albums 38 cents,
Leather Cabinet Albums 78 cents,
Sleds Below Cost,
Work Baskets Below Cost,
Stationery at 2D per cent off,
Cabinet Frames 20 per cent off;
Bibles at Cost,
Wall Paper at and Below Cost
Window Shades at Cost.
BIO BARGAINS In Every Department for we MUST
CLOSE out our Stock In Twenty Days.
House Furnishing Goods,
SSGas Fitting Stock
Has opened his New and Spacious
No. 1C20 to 1626 Third avenue,
where be would be pleased to see bis friends.
tTAll kind of drinks as wsl'l as Ala and rorter.sn.1ths well known drink "Half and "alf," the
only pises In lbs city where Joa can gel it.
vav.- " "a r-
Wall Paper, Curtains
AND ROOM MOULDINGS,
No. 1401 Second Avenue.
The r1hrri v..iM.
JOcTarkey red table linen.....
rme colored bordered damask
Gent.' ntirht akirt.
Ments' Rood nnlaniidriedshtrta
S pair men'a beat linen cuffs...
ii .uooia loats' beat thread...
Line of unrah llk.
t 'A'01.0' "'7si dM Rood's' ail k'o at 4i
hvsiw kvuuidb nritl btr. anamlu. W.I .Z
Mena genuine stoppers! baibriggan half hose
8 Dfttr fnr
All of oar genU'wc'tour-ln'-hand and neck
J yard Canton flannel..'.'.".'.".'!.'.".';!.'.".'""
o yarns Tery heavy Canton flannel
yarda robe or furnltnre prints
yards red mixed flannel
6 yards Lonsdale muslin ' ,
6 yards Fruit of Loom muslin
4 Peperell K muslin
Acorn brown muslin
S yards good gingham
o yaras inoa twii, linen creh
a in ui lunn ciobks ana wraps (carried over
All gilt edge red line poets .!!"""
We shall add different lines from day
to day to nuke the sale especially Inter
esting, ss we sre bound to reduoe our en
ormous stock as fast as possible. There
is no use of attempting to disguise the
fact that the continued warm unseason
able weather has left us heavily over
loaded and we are forced to name prices
that under ordinary circumstances would
aorjear vert nnhn.lnn.a likn Knt t ihi.
special time we feel quite justified and
bush niHKe no tanner explanation
. . . . ..
- uucuinii, n you can get Detier ser-
your wants than in the busy hours of the
KINGSBURY & SON,
1705 Secend Avenue.
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HEAD COUNCIL CHANGES.
Clerk Bra: ton. of the Modern Wnoa-
) Rrsl -..The Rfansus a ad Ilia
The Fulton Journal bas the following:
In pursuance with a call issued b? the
head consul a special session of the ex
ecutive com cil of the Modern Woodmen
was held at the bead deck's office in this
city yesterday. The following members
were prese it. and all the transactions
were practically unanimous: J. C. Root.
head consul F. C. Bra v ton. bead clerk;
Augustus f.mith. bead banker; A. W.
Bastian, betd watchman; C. O. Scudder.
bead sentry; C. C. Farmer and S. II.
Zimmerman, head maoagers; S. L Waide,
chairman St ance committee. Head Ad
viser Rose tent a telegrsm explaining bis
absence, and Manaeer Eiwin wrote
a let'er slat ng that illness prevented bis
attendance. The council voted to engage
attorneys, t nd instructed them to com -mence
proceedings to secure a dissolu
tion of tba Iniunction at once. The
auditor's re ort was under consideration
and instructions were given to conform
at once with certain recommendations as
made by that fflcial. At the close of
the session F. C. Brayton, who for the
past year bas been head clerk,
tendered his resignation in compliance
with a sug -eation made in the report of
the slate auiitor that the bead clerk was
not a resilent of Illinois, as he should
have been tnder the charter. Oenerouss
ly, however, he agreed to remain as as
sistant to ti e bead clerk till the meeting
of the bead camp in November, and rec
ommended A. F. Morrison, of Fulton, as
bis successor. The executive council ac
cepted the t catenation, and the head cons
sul accepted the offer of bis services bb
assistant, as well as confirming the nom
ination made by him for the bead clerk
Tba employment of the attorneys to
dissolve the iniunction, says the Clinton
New, and saddle the expenses of the or
der, will t a the foundation of another
kick." Ti e employment of Ireland, the
late attorney of the head consul, as at
torney of the order, surely will not meet
with the approval of many Woodmen,
yet, probably ha Is better posted on the
orkings cf the inner circle than any
other one pi rson in or out of the order.
Forty-eight Hoar Too Young.
Louis So ineville and Amelia Conger,
of Moline. tad reciprocated each other's
Section an 1 were ready that the event to
which each had looked forward with
fondest anticipations should be consum
mated. Th j groomto-be did not attain
his twenty-first birthday until Monday,
but he did not think a matter of a few
hours would make any difference, and
Saturday evening was agreed upon as the
night for tl e wedding and all arrange
ments duly made. Saturday afternoon
the bashful young man applied at the
county clerk's office for his license. He
was honest enough to tell bis exact age,
and felt conicious that the few hours in
tervening between it and the time when
be should r;ach bis majority would not
interfere w th his acquirement of the
much desin d and quite essential docu
ment. Uut bis thoughts were wrong:
at least Couity Clerk Donaldson thought
differently and the license was refused.
All arrangerients for the wedding on that
day were recessarily off. The guests
were bidden not to come until forty-eight
hours later, the bride's cake was put
away where it wouldn't spoil and yester
day the your g man applied for the license
again and this time he received it.
A Chance In the I'nion.
A change occurred in the proprietor
ship of the Union this afternoon, thus
substantiating the assertion made by the
arqus several a ays agt tnat one was
soon to occir. Mr. n. C. Ashbaugb
isposed of his interests to Mr. Walter
Johnson, who now becomes sole proprie
tor, as well tseditor. Mr. Johnson, who
is one of the oldest journalists in the trl
cities, has th best wishes of the A rocs in
assuming his increased responsibilities.
that he may make the Union not only
bright and newsy, but prosperous and
useful in every way.
Mr. Ashbaugb will remain in Rock Is
land for the present, though be bas not
decided entrely upon bis future busi
City Marshal Ed. Eittelaon, of Moline,
is already laying the wires for the repub
lican nomination for sheriff six months
The hungry of the republican party
look a long way ahead. W. V. Stafford
is taking tine by the forelock by an
nouncing binself as a candidate for the
nomination for the office ef collector next
Inspired by Stafford's premature action
and determined that this year the office
for which he has yearned so longingly all
these many years shall not depart from
him, Mr. JoLn Evans is out with a card
announcing bis candidacy for the office of
township co lector, subject to the will of
the republican convention.
A fr'i raner mild Winter.
Mr. A. F. Fleming, superintendent of
the Rock Is, and bridge. Is in receipt or a
letter from Ms daughter, Mrs. E. W. Al
len, of Cb csgo, a former resident of
Davenport, who, commenting on the
open winter we have had so far, recalls
an article which she says she clipped
from a Davenport paper at the time
Dec. 21, 1677 and which speaks of the
flowers blooming out on the bluffs, li
lacs being i lmost ready to flower, and
that up near Pleasant Valley wild flowers
were there in abundance. I be lady re
marks, however, there was considerable
winter weatier alter mat.
Henry Terry was held in $50 bonds to
kn the neace for tnree momns iois
morning an 1 sent to jail In default. Ter
ry is the representative of "our colored
circles" who went gunning lor ins ven
erable sire la South Roek Island on one
of the moot lit frosty nights of last week
Dan Fim igan got ten days for disord
erlv conduct this morning.
F. McGr.th was sent to jail for three
months In default of S0 bonds required
by Justice llawes to keep the peace for
that period toward his family.
1 Vtk.cr Foroennt.
U. 8. SiaNiL Orfici. I
Washington. O. C Jn,14. 1
For tha next 24 hours for Illinois
Fair; warmer. -
MTntir Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
MR. DAVENPORT'S ESTATE.
Tk Helro In FeooeamlonCapt. Pccta
Mrlrcteel ASalslstrilor The
The heirs of the late Hon. Bailey Dav
enport last night took possession of the
old homestead on Seventh avenu9 and
the other real estate and personal proper
ty, placing Mr. Harry Davenport in
charge, and he has taken np his residence
at the house which was for so many years
the home of the pioneer in this city.
The heirs this morning agreed upon
Capt. John Peetz, cashier of the People's
National bank, as administrator, and
will file application in the county
court to so empower Capt. Peetz.
The selection wenld seem to be a pe
culiarly wise one, when it is consid
ered that Capt. Peetz has been
ashler of the People's bank, and Mr.
Davenport, its president ever since its in-
cipiency, and the captain therefore ac
quired a thorough business acquaintance
with Mr. Davenport and a general
knowledge of his affairs such as will be
of great advantage in the settlement of
Such a portion of the estate as will be
necessary to meet the obligations of the
deceased will be disposed of as soon as
possible and it is believed that sooner or
later the bulk of the property that lies
about the city will become marketable.
The only one of the surviving witnesses
to Mr. Davenport's will of 1856 is Mr. R
W. Smith, now of Chicago, and he will
probably be in Rock Island within a few
Election of IHrrrtora in the Mevcral
national Hank of Rock Island
1 his is national bank day. It is the
day fixed by law for the election of direc
tors in all the national banks throughout
AT THE FIRST RATIONAL
the stockholders elected the old board as
follows: P. L. Mitchell, J. M. Buford,
John Warner, Phil Mitchell, C. Fay
Lynde, and they in turn reelected officers:
President P. L. Mitchell.
Cashier Geo. M. Loosley.
AT THE ROCK ISLAND NATIONAL
the stockholders reelected T. J. Robin
son, J. H. Wilson, C. H. Stoddard, Peter
Fries. F. Weyerhauser, E. D. Sweeney
and J. F. Robinson directors, and the
directors at once reelected the following:
President T. J. Robinson.
Cashier J. F. Robinson .
AT THE TEOPLE'S NATIONAL
directors were elected as follows: George
Wagner, Henry Woltmaa, Joseph Rosen-
field, F. C. A. Denkman, C. Speidel,
Peter Fries, Ignatz Hubcr, Frederick
El ass, August Huesing, J. P. Weyerhau
ser, Capt. John Peetz, the latter iu place
of the late Bailey Davenport. Capt
Peetz was also elected president.
Installation and Election.
Last evening Rock Island Camp 29, M.
W. A , installed officers as follows:
V. C W. Hawes.
W. A. J. Davenport.
Banker C. E. Hodgson.
Clerk S. Mattison.
Est. A. F. Johnson
W. F. E. Nye.
S. F. W. Fulsinger.
Physician Geo. E. Barth.
Mey. Thos. Smith.
Delegate B. F. DeGear.
Alternate C. W. Hawes.
The following officers were installed in
Noble Lodge No. 1, A. O. U. W., last
P. M. Monroe Gingles.
M. W.- Geo. Eckert.
F. Huch A. Johnson.
O Harry Potts.
Rdr. Ccaa. Oswald.
Fin. John Russell.
Rec. Peter Frey.
I. W. John Williams.
O. W. Martin Weinberger.
Trustee for Eighteen Months S. S.
Medical Examiners Carl Bernhardt,
C. C. Carter, G. G. Craig, C- B. Einyon
Everts Commandery, No. 18, Knights
Templar, elected officers last evening as
E. C. J. M. Montgomery.
Gen'l. M. M. Briggs.
C. G. J. F. Robinson.
Prelate R. F. Sweet.
8. W. S. J. Keator.
J. W. F. Dankman.
Treas. W. T. Magill.
Rec. R. C. Wlllerton.
St. B H. Carse.
8w. B. W. Gray.
Ward Oliver Olson.
Capt. G. Geo. Foster.
Guards (J. F. Gaetjer, D. J. Sears, S
Member Board of Control H. P.
Trustees F. Denkman, J. F. Robin
son, W. Urav. o. J. Keator. U. Y. Hull
At the bride's home on Twenty-second
street this afternoon at 3 o'clock occurred
the marriage of Miss Facnie Hamilton to
Mr. J. A. Coe. of Chicago, Rev. W. S
Marquis, pastor of the Broadway church.
officiating. The bride is a daughter of
the late Engineer Hamilton, of the Rock
Island road, and the manly young groom
mav well feel proud of having won her
for a bride .
At St. Joseph's church yesterday morn
ing Rev. Father Thomas Mackin united
in marriage Miss Maggie Kehoe, daugh
ter of Mr. Miles Kehoe, of Big Island, to
Mr. John W. Mark, of Preemption. The
groom is an Industrious farmer and in
the selection of one who is to share bis
future i ova and cares he has snown ads
At the Theatre Tn-nlsht.
Tonight Stewart's great "Two Johns
Comedy company appears at Harper's
theatre and will no doubt delight a big
audience. Read this from tbe Albany
Packed again to overflowing was the
theatre last evening to laugh at the in
imilable performance of "The Two
Johns." It is impossible to describe tbe
amusine situations, the ludicrous inci
dents and the mirth -pro vokiog actions of
the two talanted comedians. Tbe play Is
capitally rendered by a strong and even
cast, tbe scenery is very nne, tne snecnan
ical arrangements perfect, and all the
ladies in the piece very clever actresses.
There is more real fun in the comedy in
two hours than can be found in any
dozen others now on the road, bunched.
Johns" appear at the thea-
THE CIRCUIT COURT.
The ttrand Jnry'o Final Report'
The Verdict in the Hrnoon Cose
The grand jury made its final report
to the circuit court this morning, the en
tire list of true bills, exclusive of a few
suppressed for service, being as follows:
John C. Wbite.Ellen C. White.larceny.
Thomas Lewis assault and battery.
Clarence Mart and John McDarrab,
assault with intent to murder.
Lewis A. Thomas, assault and battery.
Lewis Donnelly, larceny.
To the Hon. A. A. Smith, Judge Presiding:
We, the grand jury, respectfully report
that we have visited the county jail ac-.
cording to your instructions, and find the
same in good condition, clean and
healthy, and the prisoners well provided
for and having good and wholesome food
and no complaints among them.
C. E. Chase, 1
Chas. George, !
James First. Committee.
J. H. Ballard. J
The most important of these indict
ments are those against Clarence Mart
and John McDarrab, charged with as
sault with intent to commit murder. The
crime, which involves Mart, will bo re
membered as having been committed on
Christmas eve, when he attacked Actor
Chatterton, of the Hamlin Dramatic com
pany with a knife, but the fact that Mc
Darrab. is implicated in the affair, will
occasion considerable surprise. He is
accused of having drawn a revolver on
Chatterton on the occasion of the stabs
bing, and prevented him from de
fending himself, while Mart etabbedhim.
The jury in the Hensler-Williams,
White & Co. case returned a verdict for
$6,000 for the plaintiff this afternoon,
which is f 23 le98 thau the former jury
The Griffith damage suit against the
city of Moline is still absorbing the at
tention of the court.
It is called the satchel instead of tbe
Dancing at Turner hall Wednesday
Canton flannel 9 yards for 39 cents at
Wanted A female cook. Enquire of
Mrs. Howard Wells.
1 he "Two Johns" Comedy company is
at the Harjier house.
A good line of silk surahs at 39 cents
a yard at McCabe Bros.
tsxating at tbe rink this evening,
Good music. Ladies free.
The great 89-cent January sale at Mc
Cabe's is tbe attraction of tbe day.
Sheriff Silvis bas had a slight touch of
La Grippe, but be worried through it all
Rey. W. 8. Marquis will preach this
evening id South Park chapel at 7:30
Misses' ready trimmed bats, were $1.25,
$1.39 and $150; now all go at 39 cents
at McCabe Bros.
Division Supt. E. M. Herr and Road
master M. J. Blanding. of the C . B. &
Q., were in the city today.
"Lh Grippe" is still tbe prevailing fash
ion or predicament in Rock Island,
which ever you ma) best like to call it.
The prettiest entertainment ever given
in Rock Island will be tbe "Crowning of
the Queen of Fame" for tbe benefit of tbe
The Davenport Business Men's asso
ciation last night appointed J. S. Wylie,
iain r rencn ana a. a . niungiiast a
committee on behalf of the Col. Whitte-
more gun factory.
This is tba weather that takes the
crowd to McCabe Bros, for warm bed
blankets and comforts, and their special
prices for this month is a most opportune
incident for the intending buyers.
Let everybody go to tbe refined and
beautiful entertainment for the benefit of
tbe hospital Thursday evening. The
"Crowning of the Queen of Fame" will
be a yery unique affair. Don't fail to
Johu Fitzgerald, for the past year and
a half signal service observer at Daven
port, left last evening for his new post of
duty at Atlanta, Georgia, and his succes
sor, Mr. F. J. Walz, has taken charge of
the office at Davenport.
Gen. Post, of Galesburg, bas Intros
duced a bill in congress, making Rock
Island a post of entry, a preparatory step
to bring tbe Galena custom house here
Where has our own Congressman Gest
been all this time?
Mr. W. T. Griffith, the retiring super
intendent of the Central Union Telephone
company, gives a reception to all his
subordinates at his borne in Davenport
Friday night. Mr. Griffith resigned re
cently to accept a position as electrician
from the Davenport Electric Railway
ine us ven port Business mens asso
elation at its annual meeting last even
ing enumerated the erection of auto
matio gates at several of the railway
crossings in tne city among tbe asso
ciation's most important accomplishments
during tbe past year. These automatic
gates are what the Arous has so long
urged at Twentysfourth street and else
where, and such as the council has de
termined to have at the first named street.
Slaassen & Polzin. the well known
bakery firm, have sold their plant on Third
avenue near Eleventh street to Mr. A. H.
Hampton and have purchased the well
known "Rsnge Bakery." corner of Fifth
avenue and Twenty-first street, and will
make an effort to sustain the reputation
that this bakery has so long enjoyed for
making good bread. Messrs. 8taa8sen &
Polzin thoroughly understand the bakery
business and will continue to give tbe
best of satisfaction .
The chief of engineers. United States
army, reporting upon the bill Introduced
in the senate authorizing the construction
of a bridge across the Mississippi river at
Clinton, Iowa, says no objection U known
in bis office, ao far as the interests of
navigation is concerned, to the erection
of a bridge ss proposed. Maj. McKens
zie, to whom the subject was referred for
investigation, says river men remonstrate
against the location at Stony Point.
River men generally are opposed to the
location of the bridge at that place,
which seems to have been selected for it.
and may file a strong protest. .
QUANTITY AND QUALITY,
At May's Reliable Cash Ciroeerr-
14 pounds granulated sugar for $1
14J " standard A " "
15 " extra C " "
16 " genuine New Orleans sugv
41 " Golden Rio coffee
20 " German prunes
May's patent flour only $1.20 per sack.
Best cider vinegar 15 cents per gallon.
Archers' corn only 8 cents per can.
Fisher Bros', best table peaches 15 cents
Marrowfat peas 10 cents per can.
Fine sardines in oil 4 cans for 25 cents.
Mustard sardines 3 cans for 25 cents.
18 boxes Gates matches for 25 cents.
Our Pearl" soap 7 bars for 25 cents.
"Our Laundry" soap 10 bars for 25 cents.
Teas at special low prices.
Call at May a grocery, 1620 Second
Mr. T. H. Thomas and Dr. Geo. E.I
Barth, of the board of education, being I
both confined to their beds with "La
Grippe," there will be no meeting of the
board this evening. Director W. 8.
Knowlton is also barely holding up under I
the same affliction.
A number of the Arous carriers are ill
with "La Grippe."
oaivauon uu, tne greatest cure on
earth for pain, has made a most brilliant
debut. All druggists and dealers in I
medicine sell it at 25c a bottle.
'I cannot praise Hood's Sarsaparilla
nan enougn, says a mother, whose son.
almost blind with scrofula, was cured by
The dining room of tbe Putnam house
at Palatka, Fla., is profusely decorated
with ferns and grasses from the White
mountains of New Hampshire. Tbe ho
tel opens Jan. 1st.
at Turner hall Wednesday
Black Hawk Medicated Tar soap is
soothing and healing to chapped hands.
C. A. Steel, - Manager.
JUBT ONE NIGHT,
TUESDAY EVE., JAN. 14th.
J. C. STEWART'S
"And I was taken for him and he for me.
And therefore these errors are arose."
Comedy of Errors.
The Falstaffs of Merriment.
The Falstaffs of Merriment.
Tbe Falstaffs of Merriment.
"Bantsh not Jck Falstaff thy company; ban
ian plump Jack and yon banish all the world."
The Two Johns Corned v Comnanr. a nowerfnl
uramauc organization, introducing solos, med
leys, selections from oneras, etc.
A. O HTAmMON. Manaeer
Prices 75, 50 and 25 centa; eeats now on sale.
Jo st receiAed, all
to be sold at
10 Cents per Copy,
by mail 11 cents.
Identical with that for which
you are asked to pay from
four to ten times our price by
and Banjo strings
at low prices.
Call and see for yourselves.
C. C. Taylor
1625 Second avenue,
Under Rock Island House.
Secured by First Mortgage,
OB SALS AT
6$ AND 7 PEE CENT.
Interest Collected Without Cbaese.
No trouble or expense spared to secure choicest
Onr Fourteen years' experience and long es
tablished local agencies give us
Call or write for circulars or references.
jj First Mortgages
in sros OF
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times tbe amount
of the loan.
Interest 7 per cent semi annualli. collected and
remitted free of cnarge.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Booms S and 4 Masonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
on Improved Farms in the
Best Comities of Iowa,
The Farms were Inspected by
Begin inventory in one week. It is a big
every piece of goods in the establishment, but it must be done. In
order to induce you to anticipate your wants and help us reduce stock
we will this week deduct
lO PER CENT
From any bill of goods sold amounting to fl.00 or over. This dis
count will prevail in all departments except two, viz: black dress goods
EVERYTHING GOES in colored dress goods, corsets, hosiery,
linens, towels, crashes, white goods, embroideries, laces, underwear,
gloves, notions, bed spreads, silk umbrellas, ribbons, flannels, silks,
plushes, napkins, lace curtains, portiere curtains, etc.. etc.
10 per cent deducted from price of all Blankets up to $4 SO per
pair. 20 per cent deducted from price of all Blanketa from f 4.60 to
$15.00 a pair.
CLOAKS 25 per cent deducted from price of all cloth garments,
and liberal reductions will be made in plush cloak department.
Let us do some business with you.
Eock Island, Illinois.
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Geo. W. D. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth St, under Commercial
The nicest Christmas or New
family would be
A House and Lot,
A Few Acres on the Bluff,
Western Land, or
any good renting property.
If to j have anything to exchange or
companies, call on Geo. W. D. Harris before Jan. 1 to enable you to make a suites
ble present acceptable at any time.
Only $1,00 PER GALLON,
KOHN & ADLER'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK. , t ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
ROCK ISLAND HOUSE BARBER SHOP
AND BATH ROOMS.
Bare been re-opened onder tbe manafoment of Mr. HAKRY FAT, a rt -class barber, who so
licits a share of public patronage. The ahop has been renovated, re-palnted and re-papered
throughout and the bath rooms recarpeted. In fact everything Is In nrt-claa shape.
LOWEST PRICES IN THE CITY
-Schneider's Shoe Stores-
Children's Felt Slippers, .... 35C
Misses " - 45c
Women's " " - . 55c
Misses' High Button Gaiters - - - - 75c
Women's Alaskas, - - . - 40c
Gentlemen's Patent Leather Pumps - $1 40
In Gentlemen's Holiday SliDDers we
,70c to $8 60. Felt Boots and Overs sold
Electric Sudor for the feet, 5 cents per box.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr..
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ELM STREET SHOE STORK ,
undertaking to unroll, measure and rerou
Hotel. ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Years present to make to your
want your property insured in first-class
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hare the finest assortment in tha citv far
regardless of cost.
HBOK STORK, 1818 Second Arenas.
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218 Mala St., DAVENPORT, IA.
leaves no o lor.
99 Fifth ATenue.