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. 'AO ysr 's, " WM'' P'ld dress
J!',i wWionsi breiB
44c per yard.
moNPAY A. M. 88 down 4T.8
uoWM' bals. bluck and colore, all 25c
. quality as gd the laat lot we
lit i the same Pricei l which time the
" ir(ni. nt w broken innirle of three
J,, This time tbe lot is not so Urge
-j my ncu
Wr also lmve noll"'r 101 of tbe
NELLIE BLY CAPS
i 5.V Mch. worth 75c to $1.35.
"line laree lot of 250 fancy birds'
fenthtrs sml breasts, bought 25o on th
dollar, ,,e ,"l, nl one lnrtr value.
TVe are bargains worth while to re-
B onrras,in.nladWnetnral wool nrqv vest, and pants rrc ived too lste on Sstnrdsv
.iirht 10 srrt t inrl and radj tn, .). They wft be ready Monday A. II 8 80 8.1 nriS
.,,. all al.-.Sc KemBmber they are the natural grey miked 8ooda, iold elsewhere fat
A.nhli lh! prire.
1712. 1714. 1716. 1718.
-Bought At Sheriffs Sale-
THE STOCK OF
Alexson & TJlmark
OF MOLINE, AT
Per Cent on the Dollar.
will bring this stock to our stores this week. They
a $3,000 of Stationery, Blank Books. Plnsh Onnrt
els and Sporting Goods,
tnan manufacturers prices.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1703 and 1705 Second Avenue.
A. J. SMITH & SON,
Kali S'wk ie now replete with Novaltles. Call and compare our stork and prlcee.
A. J. SMITH 6c SON,
125 sn.i 127 West Third Street. Opp. Masonic Temple, DAVENPORT.
T. -ia-. TtfT.?0
bo : fifV:sS Fib i4-'i; if
WALL PAPER COMPANY-
312, 314 Twentieth St.,
And Postoffice Block, Moline. ROCK ISLAND.
FINE WALL PAPER Eiclnnlve agenta for the follnwlng al lnyew Wall Paper
K.i turtle: Hire on, Jsnt-way Co.. Hnberl 8. Bobba A Oo., Nevina Haviland, Ne
VoTk Wall PapiT Co.. and Kohert Graves A Co.
SEE Uk rtPEcIALS -Vvbich Incladea all to Art papers. Prices from 10 to SO per cent
bitlow other doalera.
if J t
TJ J) ''r'i'-'-'i'.Ji'l. -'
Howard Watches, Imported Watches,
H. D. FOILSOBI.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Syrup
Acts quickly, is perfectly safe and never fails to cure all Lung troubles.
MadtclM known for all Kidney, Long and Stomach troubles, la
Thomas Kidney and Liver Pills.
5c t Bottle Samples free.
Today at i o'clock we place on sate
FIVE BIG DRIVES
in children' underwear, bought lat I
tile deal is am lnt .r
natural mixed veals and pants, wbicta we
Size 18 Vesta and Punts.... 140
8ie 18 Vesta and Pants... 'i7c
Size 20 Vesta and Pants...." "ate
8ie 23 Vests and Pants.... !!ii23c
8ize 24. Vests and Pants ! 26o
8ize 26 Vests tied Pnts 2c
8i2 28 Vests and Pants.. . . 81c
Size 80 Vests and Pants . . . . '. 34e
Beginning sit 16 at 14c you will
notice the raise of 8c on each size.
The other miscellaneous drives in
children's sod ladies' underwear are as
cheap as we have evrr shown, but are
not in shape to be qmu-d Yon bad
better take an early opportunity to look
them over, and selt what you may
1720 ard 1722 Bkcokd Avtcntjk.:
which we will close ont at
'V-l Kj. '3:i)SEC CiTltS.
f, e j
10c, 25c and 60c Bottles.
; HENNMN HISTOIX
Mr. Edward RuaaAll Toll a, a l.
Origin. ' ; : . .
' trmt to Camerlva Ike Ifteav
-The Pint Rdltorlal.
At last night's meetinff of th. Daren-
port Business Men's association, a letter
was read from Mr. Edward Rmtell. of
Minnespolis, thanking the association for
resolutions expressive of sppr. elation of
bis services in tbe interest or tie Benne
pin canal. Mr. Russell's letter aaia:
'But I cannot do elm th.n n,KMn
this favored opportunitv for a rmM f
the fact that Davenport, and the entire
Donnwest s;:arrely less, owes . debt of
gratitude especially to men loeg since be
yond the reach of praise from friends of
me nennepin caual. The 1st ) and ever.
to-be-lamented George H. French and
John L Davit-t wt-re the orlc
tbe Hennepin canal movenent. Oa
a stormy winter afternoon ear y in 1863,
silting in bis old office of his firm
on Fourth street. Mr. French pointed
out to Mr. Dviis. on a mar of liiinnia
banging on the wall before tiiem. a rww.
sible solution of tbe nrohl. m of rhn
transportation for wal. lion and nth.r
hnavy products to Dtvenpcrt and for
grains, etc., from Davenport. That
problem then vexed mint riirhtnn.
souls very sorely, especial I f as a coal
monopoly was then seriously hindering
Davenport's growth. The I llinois river,
Burea creek. Green ri'er. anil Rock rier
indicated to he ken i f the to sagacious
men a pnsgmie ana certain preparation
by Nature herself for tbe vei y connection
of tbe upper MississiPDi so crreatl
George, you have s n ck it sure.
said Mr. Dsvieg. That ni.ht about fi
o'clock Mr. Davies entered the Gazette
sanctum as he often did after hu tea
while I was PcriitcMnt? avav for dear
life. 'Ste here, Ed. Get out of that
chair. Look at tbt man.' Wkh hia
finger be traced on the map of Illinois
the roule upon which he and Mr.
French bud alrca.lv built the
Not long did it tnke to con rince the Un
1 tette editor that a feasible protect had
been coroeived. He prom iped to bring
the matter to tbe early atti ntion of tbe
IrazeUe read e -a. 'But I want you to
write that article for tomorrow morning.'
insisted Mr Dnvts. The next mornimt's
issue of the Gazette centa n-d tbe Orel
word ever put in print in relation to a
navigable water roire from R.ck Inland to
the Illinois river. Mi wrote these
Bret words, not e. n by D Davies until
thty wire in print, but Mr. Davies gave
the first inspiration and for tbe inspira
tion Mr. French gave tbe Initial sugges
'EJitoriul after editorial followed in
quick tmoceenion. A public meeting
waa neiu in Lt;iairc ball A committee
of which John L. Hwitz vas a prominent
member was elected and canvassed the
city for funds, a generous response every
wnere welcoming them. Ur. Parry, with
a corps i:f novioiate surveyors from Dav-
enioit marie a prtlimina-y survey of the
proposed rr.me from Koc k Island to La
oille and a vtr favorable rerjort f l
A HAPPY UNION.
Mr. Carry M. IVitif and Mm Moml
F.. Mlnrtdatd Married Tain Maraina;.
Trie marriae of Mr. Harry M. Pettit
and MisaSusieE Stoddaid was solemnized
si the residence of tbe bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. C. H S:o ldard, 731 Nine
teenth rtrett. at 9:30 tlis morning. Rev.
u. w. line omciHiirjz. It was a verv
pretty home widding and the ceremony
was pet formed in tbe presence of only
relatives and friends. Schi.linser's or
chest ra discoursed appropriate music and
at the conclusion of the ceremony an
elaborate wedding breakfast was spread.
Tbe presents were numerous and elegant
Mr. and Mrs. Pettit left for tbe east on
tbe noon train, and tl eir future home al
ready provided fortbem. will be at 213
West 104th street. New York city.
Both parties to tnis morning's happy
event were born and raised in Rock Isl
and. Tbe groom is a son of Mr. W. B
1'ettit, and is a younj man who, through
bis own energy and nierit, has earned a
lucrative and highly respon
sible position as liead designer for
the firm of Tit ton fc Arnold,
of Brooklyn, o; e of the largest firms en
gaged in the art of interior decoration of
theatres and cburcbtg as well aa design
iog stained glass in the east. The Ar
sua takes especial pride in Mr. Pettil's
unusuhl success, as it was through its in
fluence that he adopted this profession
bis first work of any importance being on
this paper. His br de is a young lady of
many natural gifts nnd gr-icf-s. and is
particularly accomj Mshud musician. The
public has frequent y been privileged to
enjoy her talent in this direction and in
this respect she will be greatly m'ssed.
tneAROus joins in tbe wish of many
others tbat health, happiness and con
tinuea prosperity may follow tbe young
people all the days of their lives.
Arthur L. Woods, popularly known
Vim Woods, died at the residence of his
brother iD-law, Aid. C. E. Evans, on
Fourth avenue near Twenty-second
street, at 1 :50 this morning of consump
tion, witb which lie had been a sufferer
for some time. Deceased was tthirty
years of age and single. He was
moulder by trade and was one of tbe men
for whom his fallow moulders at tbe
Rock Island plow works gave a benefit
ball Saturday nirbt. He was industrious
while htalth war spared him and 1
. very well liked t y all who knew bim.
Tbe funeral ill be held from St. Jo-
seph's church tomorrow morning.
Mr. Wm. Kaiser died at bis home, 515
Second street, Sunday, of pneumonia.
aged 59 years, f months and 13 days. He
He had lived it Rock Island twenty-four
years and wat an old soldier. The
leaves a wifo and , four children
funeral will be held at 2 p. m. tomorrow.
Mrs. Nancy Oarey. of Carbon Cliff, di
jrriday mornin ; at tbe age of 73 years
She was the mother of W. R. Carey, who
is well know a in this city. For some
time she had t een a sufferer from inflsm
matery rheum itism, which resulted fatally
as above state 1. Deceased was a widow,
The funeral took place Saturday.
Baaaa af tl e Sew Caaatjr Ofllrw-ra
The county officers elect have all filed
the required lionda. They are as follows:
C. D. Gordon, sheriff, flO.000; assur
eties, J. A. Wilson. Andrew Donaldson,
i R. D. McCrei ry, ilays Wright, M. M
Thomas Qunpbell. county treasurer.
8500,000; tu -eties, J. A. Bover. E.
Reynolds, C. F. Lynde, Phil Mitchell. T.
J. hobinsjn, P. L. Mitchell. Wm. Miller.
H. Kohle r, county clerk and clerk
I county eenr , f 15. 000; sureties, 8. H.
Velie, C T. Hemenway, S. W. Wheelock,
J. M. Gould . j , ,
C B. Maiihall, county superintendent.
920,000; sm eties, C. B. Tavenner. O. W.
Brink. Augt st Hueatng.
-Keufchai and Fromaee Roquefort
1 ion cream c seeae ituu Traetdale a.
THE ROCK ISLAND
UMTING F0K WAR.
l.we Laaaker Mm Prrparlac t
Hal Tkelr raai AaaiaM Ea
''kaBewt rrna aa I.' a silver uan-
- attasi. '
Tbe lumbermen of Rock Island. Moline,
Davenport. Clinton and Muscatine are on
the trail of the Eau Claire combination
that it trying to ran them oat of the bus
iness by using tbe inter-state commerce
lw s a club. The Davenport Democrat
says: "As has been noted, the upper
river mills and lumber dealers have sought
to secure lower rate, in proportion to
those now charged from points below
them, to Missouri nver and western
points. As things now stand the mills
long the Mississippi are somewhere near
on an equality. The lower mills at this
place and all the way ud to Minne-
polis have made no effort to harm the
pper competitcrs horn they have to
meet, but tbe latter seem to have
thought they had an opportunity and
aa advantage that they found use, and
they have been trying to Improve It. If
they are granted the change la rates they
are now seeking they will be able to ser
iously crowd the manufacturers below
them In the territory mentioned .
"But the lower mills have no dispoaU
tion to be crowded. Tbe manufacturers
of the tri-cillea and Clinton and Musca
tine have been in consultation, and have
engaged Cumminga and Wright, of Dee
Moines, to represent them in a bearing to
be had before tbe inter state commission.
Burlington, Ft. Madison and Keokuk are
similarly leagued in defense of their po-
ition, and Qoincy, Hannibal and St.
Louis will be found in their places.
Probably the Dubuque manufacturers
will take a hand also. The effort of the
Eau Claire men Is simply an attack on
their down stream competitors through
tbe medium of tbe railroads. Tbey are
made to tear tbe blame for the situation,
but it is competition and not discrimina
tion that is aimed at."
FOR SUNDAY REST.
The Trl- lfy laar Caacrraa Taken
Miraac Aeitaa A ar ta Ike rak.
The Tri-Clty I.alKr Congress has ad-
dressed the following circular to the trad
ing public of Davenport:
Your notice is called to tbe fact that
tbe clerks in the various business houses
have been required to work thirteen
hours in the winter and fourteen hours in
the summer, except Saturdays. On this
day fifteen and sixteen hours in the
seasons respectively, and on Sundays five
nours. Alter consideraoleaeitttion bv the
clerks, tbe clergy, and tbe various labor
organizations, concession has been
willingly made by most of the busi
ness men. but those remaining open
give aa tbe reason, that tbe - pub
lic demand it. Now we anneal
you to do your trading be
fore 6:30 p. m , except Saturdays, and if
your boors of toil will peimit. we re
quest you to cease trading on Sunday,
and if you are trading with firms tbat are
keeping open after these bnurs. we request
you to reas n with them as to tbe fairness
or the snorter hours aaked for bv tbe
clerks. We ask tbis in tbe cause of hu
nanny, not :n tne c uise ol any creed or
All merchants cow closed we consider
aa f.ivorable to our causo. and wo recom
mend them aa especially deserving of your
patronage. Their names we will publish
in our next circular. Look for the yellow
cara in tne window.
Tbe shorter hour as well as tbe Sunday
e oaing movement has been formally in
augurated in tbat city. Attention will be
turned lo Rock LI and next.
Oysters at Krell St Math's.
The Hotel Gordon is now for sale.
For rent A house for email family.
ilia i dim avenue.
Go to Hoi brook's, Davenport, for car
pets ana suit curtains.
If you want the best paying business
buy the Hotel Gordon.
Special sale silk curtains at Tbe Adams.
323 Brady street, Davenport.
Send your friends to Krell & Math 'a
for a dish or can of fresh oysters.
Tenderloin, spare ribs, pic's feet, leaf
lard, etc., at Gilmore a pork house.
Call and see the hand-carved bed room
suites at Holbrook s, Davenport.
Parlor suites and fancy chairs of every
description at Uolbrook's, Davenport.
Ice cream always on hand and served
by the dish ail winter at Krell & Math's.
Venison, quail, dncks and wild turkeya
at narms restaurant. Telephone No.
A handsome line of book cases and
cabinets just received at Holbrook s. Dav
An elegant assortment of dining tables.
chairs and hat racks at Holbrook's. Dav
Wanted Good girl for general boui
work In small family. Enquire at tbe
Adams Wall Paper Co.
A raffle of turkeys, geese and ducks
Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday at
tbe White Elephant.
Otto Seib. corner Fouith avenue and
Seventeenth street, will have a roast pig
uncn on manKsgiving day.
E. B. McKown sella bard wood in
lengths, cut or split; soft coal, lump and
nut, corner Fifteenth street and First
avenue. Telephone 1198.
B'.ankets, comforteb'e mattresses, nil
lows rare bargains, at the Adams, 323
Krady street. Davenport,
. When yon want a nice dish of fresh
oysters step in to Krell St Math's and or
der them np in any style.
Bedroom suites, parlor suites, lounges.
fancy rockera, sideboards, dining tables
full line at The Adams, 8S) Brady street.
The Crown dining hall. No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish you
ine neat metu in tne city I or so centa.
B. Johnson, proprietor.
Next Wednesday and Thursday Otto
Seib will raffle off several docrn geese at
his place, and be Invites bis friends to
come and see him and have some sport
Use "Aunt Jemimas'" prepared pan
eake Hour. Tne moat excellent produc
tion in the market Ask your grocer for
It. BchaaD Ct w otters sole agents.
Bear in mind we do not quit making Ice
cream when cold weather sets in. and you
can get it in any quantity In the coldest
weather, lu member Krell 61 Math and
get the beat.
$50,000 to loan on real estate security,
in anms of 9200 and upward, at lowest
current rates of Interest, without com
mission. J. w. Uurst, Attorney at
law. Rock Island.
Magistrate Wiyill held Ed. Wagner i
bonds of tl.000 for burglary and grand
larceny last evening ana tne young tnan
was sent to jail in default.
John Sheridan was Bued 10 and cos
by Magistrate Wlvill last evening and
eat to jail to serve it oat
we show eight different shades In tbe
genuine Royal Kerseys, a more beautiful
line of colon cannot be imagined. They
are nsaae in Uie full back English box
and regular length . , We guarantee lower
pncea uutn any body, r
Choice head lettuce at May's.
Union tailors wanted at Hoppe'a
Strictly fresh country eggs at May's.
Heme made mince meat at Browser's.
Bulk oysters and fine celery at Brown
Fine table raisins and assorted fmita at
May'a. . .... . ,.
Catawba, Concord and Malara sranea
at Trneadele's. . . .
Dressed poultry of all kinds at Brass.
et's tomorrow. . t ;
Sweet potatoes and rutabaea tnrnlna at
Martin Schonnmsker, of Reynolds, was
in the city today.
A full line of poultry, oysters and eel.
ery at C. C. Traeeda'e'a.
Nice sweet Mexican nranava .-M
Tokay grapes at Boro'a.
Malaga grapes. Dutchess neara and
Florida oranges at Brownet's.
White silver skinned onions bv the
peck or bushel at Truesdale'a.
Simon 4 Moeenf. Ider " heartily favor
early closing, and Sunday cloaing as well.
Congressman W. H. Gaat loft for Wash.
idgton last night He will steo in Chi.
cago for a day on the way.
Mrs. John T. Miller arrived tmm
Beaver Falls. Pa., laat aieht to vi.it Mr.
T. H. Thomas and other Irienda.
Christmas Bombers of Scribner. TTarner
and Lsdiea Home Journal at Grampian's
Tbe club will bold its first progreasive
euchre party of the season at tbe resi
dence of Dr. and Mrs. G. G. Craig this
A low price doeeat Insure a rood bar.
gain. Shoddy stuff is dear at any price.
Yon want to see bow cheap SUnoa St
Mosenfelder sell honest goods.
Bernhard Seeberburger. corner Fourth
street and Fourth avenue, will have a
grand turkey and duck lunch on Thanks
giving; si to a grand raffle for turkeys.
Mai. C. W. Hawee reeisned Ma met.
tion last night as deputy county clerk. and
County Clerk-elect, and Acting County
Clerk Kobler this morning Initiated Mr.
n. d. uuuoara. or J&Jglngton. wbo is to
be bis first deputy, late the offlos.
II r. 8. A. Marsohall has a rm irasi In
in store for hie friends Thanksgiving
morning and evening. Be baa got tor
keys, dueks and other kind of fowl, to
tber wiih side disbee and irimmfnr
His patrons and friends are Invited to the
Agent Holmes, of the C. M . A Mt P.
is in receipt of a notice from General
I'asaenger Agent A V. H. Carpenter, ac
companied by blank applications for
clergymen's half fare permits f.r 1891.
a hicb mnst be filled out and rvmrniKt t
Capt. Wm. Rene, of Brownies? Srhna.
ler county, waa in the city today. The
captain's friends are talking him up
pretty strongly as a candidate fordnorkcen
er of tbe house of rcpr aentativea, and tbe
Angus anows or no one better qualified
or more deserving of tbe position.
H. Scbroeder, tbe popular Twentieth
treel dealer in meats, has a lares and ex
ceedingly fine fresh stock of dressed tur
keys, chickens and ducks for Thanksgiviv
ing. which he will sell at .wholesale and
retail. Go and pick ont vonr Thanksgiv
ing poultry at Scbroedei'a.
Sheriff T. S. Silvia has consented to ac-
acrwpt tbe position of deputy eber If un-
ner snrrra-elect U,irdon until aft r tbe
May term of court, at leaat. in order that
Uie new sheriff may have the opportunity
to firoiliariz-i himself with tbe various
duties and requirements of the offl.e.
The ladiea of the United Preabvu rian
Church now say that it is tbeir turn for
tbe patronage of their frU-nda Th
propose t- exhiSil some of their needle
work at the church on Friday afternoon
ana win oner It for sale at reasonable
prices. Supper will be served between
5 end 7 o'clock at a charge of 23 cents.
J. Banker Pbeloa. business manairer of
"A Soap Bubble" company, which la to
appear at Harper's theatre one week fr m
tonight. Is al the Harper. He prom!
as one ot tbe most enjoyable entertain
ments of tbe season, tbe play being of tbe
noyi oraer, aooonaing In Tun unlimited
irom beginning to end.
Kev. rather Charles M. RimmeJa. of
St. Mary s church, has been ordered bv
Disoop npauimeg o assume charge of Bt
Mary's church at Liucoln. III., as soon as
possible while tbe pastorate of tba church
here will be conducted by Benedictide
fathers, wbo will come In about two
weeka. at which lime Father Rlmmels
win proceed to his new charge
Commissioner Jackson, of Spencer
squ re. bss let a contract lo M. Kroan
the florist, to look after the iquare during
me enure season next year, keep vases
blossoming with Sowers, look after the
nower-beds. grass, fir- Tbe commis
sioner is now desirous of seeing all wbo
have trees to platt in the square. This is
tne time to pot them la
The street and alley committee of the
city council held a meeting yesterday
aiternoon obedient to the mayor's calL
ana tooc unaer consideration the oondl
uon in whicn the Second avenue pave-
meni waa sen oy us 1 Dors paoa-Houston
gang potting in the under rrouni wire.
on promise that more care should be
exercised In tbe future.' tbe work
WLich waa stopped n few days since by
order of the mayor will be resumed this
r G. Young, the enterprising and
popular grocer at 1103 Third avenue, has
tbe following palatable things to offer
you for yourThanksglvingMinner: Dress
ed chickens, turkeys, ducks and
oysters and celery, cranberries, plum
pudding, neofchatel and fromage de-brie
cneeae, foreign ana domestic fruits, nuts
oi sii kinds, borne made mince meat and
lots of other nice things too numerous to
Note what can be found at Bennett's
grocery store to make a fine Thanksgiving
dinner: Dressed turkeys, geese, docks
and chickens', oysters and celery; cauli-
nower, lettuce, beets, turnips, carrots.
parsnips, cabbage, tweet potatoes and
bubbard squaah, grspes. bananas, oranges.
leanona. layer ngs, dates, layer retains,
eating appl-a, assorted nuta, cooking ap
plea. Diamond Brand, Jaya and Mocha
The Hannibal (Mo) street ears will be
heated by electricity . There will be four
beaters in each car. underneath the
two In the middle, on opposite aides and
one at each end. They will be supplied
with a current from the overhead wires.
Tbe advantage of the beater over stows
Is that tbey will not beat the cara to such
aa extent ai to oa unoomrortabra in one
minute and in a few minutes be cold
again, but Instead the beat will be the
me all tbe time. Tbe Hsnnibal com
pany will be the first one with one excep
uon. in tbe states of Missouri or Illinois.
to beat IU cars by electricity, the other
company being tbe on that crosses the
bridge at Bt. Louis.
As the regular meeting night of ' tbe
anion fall on Thanksgiving nnd Christ
mas dsy, therefore those meeting wdl be
omitted and the meeting nlghu la De
cember will be on the Oral nnd third
rnursdsysof that month.
G. Kurrx, Prest
Bs Hit tt meat
"Yon are gettleg away with the overt
coat boatnees of tbe town." remarked one
of our customer! yesterday. One i
ere or rather oar price doe It
Ernon de Moayarrixont.
Art Invincible beating stove. Helper
cook stove, nnd Live Oak stove, on easy
terms. Prices as low as tba lowest cash
price. The Adams. 829 Brady street.
Never ipend your atone before you
nava . mis will sav yon Irons ssaa
difficulties and sosae temptations. - Bat if
yoa have n cold. pnd 23 oanu . for
bolU ot Dr. Coll' Gotm Srop.
NOVEMBER SB. 181)
a aaaai VMfrl szaeuaa
The meeting at the Central ' Preebyter-
Ian church last night was largely attended.
There was a greater number present than
there baa been at any week day aneetlBg
heretofore. The Interest M also Increas
ing. The sermon laat night waa by Rev.
W. Grafton on 'Loyalty to Christ,"
and presented very clearly the obligation
thai nil are noder to be loyal to Christ by
faith, love and obedience. Many re
quests were made for prayer In behalf of
husbands. children and friends. Meeting
this evening at tbe earn place Central
Presbyterian church at 7 AO, sermon by
Rev. J. H. Kerr. All are cordially In
vited, especially those who are not pro
We show a nice line of boys' knee nantn
suiu at 78c. ti SS, and $2 38. To are
tbem is to appreciate oar efforts to at II
reliable gmd cheap.
. Bmoi at MoekxrkLDkft
All wbo are Indebted to Meyer A. Lh
are requested to call at 617 and Sit
Twentieth street and settle.
leak! Lash! Leek!
Aad then see how much w
Si moh & Mo rtLDkn't .
Tbe fourth annual ball of T.I. m
Lodge No. 39. B. of L. P.. at Arnanrv
hall. Wednesdsy evening, November ft.
McCorkle (looking at the It dividual
leaning against the lamp-poet): That man
nas a queer name Triangle. McCreckle:
It It appropriate thou h. He Is a rye
Cttarrb ta not a local bat a coaatltn.
tional disease, and requires a coaatita
lineal remedy like Hood s Sarrapartlla te
ucct a cure.
KAISER at his anas SIS fril i .
a. as. (Mtml.r. Nmr. aa. ixaa. WiUissa lilm, mri
M rr. amine and It Save, faml t -T
-, Urw. a. S n- ofltctsUac. Araav
eoairaeas era lavltsd le atiaae.
1. k. Moirrsoea.
R The (Higlaal sad tuarluf Fern CXanedr,
"A SOAP BUBBLE'
j Maatcosarry PhMrr, kaa
W Hastes! Vl.nns. Xcw or,!
Xaa Ballade 1 Mew race
lairetaclns the favorttsroaMdlsa CH 4S, W.
TOU.NO. eaaenned br a svfr
The erlebraisd aad ksadaoaaelv mmHtwmA
Dobbin's Band anil Orchaetra,
rrirra.sv an .- . .
TT OF ILUMUS. I
aws null Lovni, i '
la be Cirrttt (Wt. Jaaaary tna. I Sal
Eb.is Alhrlcat nJok, AI-ncbl-uTaeaa
AnBitsvllor mnm , .nt
dreKisni. Albrtrau aavra hrra Sled ra tbe
elerk anmreorut- -ln-.n i J.V
wrrTofr srrrbv t"a to tbe said Joan
Ai?,-.''u", ,fcM "aPant tod
"t' a rom,laln h Md roit.o iscrkaarrrv
hlr Uttrmf . , u- text j - . . .
sad tb.l ibrrearua isinanM lasad eetefeaid
r'?-rt" "V11" oM ta an p.adln(. rrtara
'T MoMV tkr ai a ol"i.;
"' br la n qairrd Xoa. aalra. yoa. lbs
w nrfraaasi. asm sasird.
""ll T?,L " brf. est I cuts It
J? iC" ? Koc M"d aad for ike eoaa
T. on me tni Moad.v hi Jaaaary Kit. aad plead.
""TV aVaiar to tbe said matplatnaat'a am of
Ppialnt. the saoM and lb welters sad Ibinaa
eksrvd sad staled ar'U he takra as na
a oerrve eab-rrd aalnM yoa accord
klalaod llllsnst. Sv. t4th.ol.
MrEmar M ka ay.Cospi bm.
SO per cam rsdectioa far Ike sen SO dare
aa BoKgisa sad epnaa? Wacoaa.
Ma. 1(10, iu aad Mid, Third Are..
Is the rhespeet plsre la tbe eoenty ID bay Ckr
rtsccs, Bagelee. Patau, uua, etc.
I'JOO.OO and Upwarda
F sale, secured on land worth from
three In five tinvas tbe anvnnnt
of the loan.
Istewet V per coal ssokl aaaaally. sallscstd aa
K. V. nURST.
-Attorhet at Law
ROnr IHTJiHD ILL
lOO Years Alio
People didal expect to real wee a, wtater even
, sad lamp wrra a runty overybedy didst
aw. we tarn nirht rata day, sad enry body has
""a pa; hat a OOUD laajp le rtill a tasary. which
everybody doeeat have.
I ensh yoa'd call aad sse the
LITTLE JXWT.L LAMP.
saaaaUbaj raaDy new, aad tbs arsttleat aad Wet
yet SS candle power, hj
alatea, aad so asafsl and cheap, that sisiysas
oogat ss have tt.
G- M. LOOSLET-
Mr aeooad A
Lloyd &. Stcvcrt.
jack inirh.. aad
ftasAartA yet tetrt LMtts IJver Kit Sn
Vaana -1 I T I III
line nil ana ill milkm a stliakntha
Uh( oae an hues to a. Baa
ffcfkll eel of se
Co Louis tdeer rYXIa sea eory a
Very easy as easa, Use or tee taOe anal
Thoy aresutsUy vajiaileissl do eot
ksei. svtat tSceolo i abator I L eVdd
Cttrtl snmeait eo n voa.
aea to a laimes aaueot the j 1 1
IS ad Si ma, ti no, Imm
ssttoa. ttt ks Iks eads. ke. Whae
ia I III I i haaheeaaaiial
aalsorrosalbaSiMiaa iiiim hsifiaea
r r" 'is i i ' t " i i ii i it i i.i a i it is
Wkooaoohry uaaa elll Sad those Mule sia
area illshk has
Anaoaace gooj new to
AdvV?e asroloo.1 . . - . . .
mntaat cloak saaaafsrtarert are he tbe
effer tbat they will be pleased to famish
wltb an lb
"ay nd daring the rrsaatader of tbe
wvv torn prcm saade rariirr.
wQl be sasda.
That elves andjUI i...i
ever nnanisiiiuMe l. ...rV
eU-ke -f '--.f wbTbavVr
Salu and Litters' rJosbe. aa gooi
McfflTmE BEOS., .
Ttock IalancL Illlnoku
CLEMANN & SALZLIAIJIT,
I FurnitiLre and
Have the large at eanahllshsasoq Waet of Caisaw.
1K)NT FORGET THE PLaCE.
CLEKIANN & SALZnnfJfJ,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Noa. 121, 12 M. ijg SLrx--,nll. Stnt,
Roek Island Savings Bank,
KOCK ISLA5D, ILL
OpaDyrro,taw-tetp asw.y evoahM. rraTasS.Wok.
F ive par cant UUraM paid on Dwpoalu. Money kaad on PeweX Ooi-
tafral. or ResJ Aetata Sea4rtty
k. s. itrmina
- . a. - j.aaa -
d III Wo-lo hsato, s Jale a o
KANN & HUOKSToAoEDT,
Xe, 1311 and ISIS Second avwan.
OIL CLOTHS, SHADES, DRAPERY, Etc.
nndoabiavty pro mack cka peart la
Tbe repntnUM vrUok er bav .
Labhaikad lor kaepttg Lk. beat aad laxest
ntyU snilSMsry tn IX. city, la tm!y p
b.ld by EVXRT RAT AXD BOX VET
SHOWS. There i a disUaoUr FTT
and 8TTLX and an ELEOAXCE of
F1X1SB kboat oar mlTTh.i j waJcdt U
dn enUrel to the anperlorlt ta the
aanhinc- Oar DE8IOXS are ORJOl
X AL and PRIVATE to eniraeJve, and
iiam. oasjhot bo dspllcnted wnt
the FASHIONABLE EITECT.
MRS. P. GREENAVJALT
17CVJ SEOOXD AVLAL'IZ.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gillon.
KOHN & ADLER
Hmore4 to 219 8e7ni4trxil fitw-f
Use Raven dots Dretilnj,
tbe tent for ladies' ahoes.
scaJcs, cracik rvx iiijurc the IcklLet.
Try a UAUe and Le co&virjcei.
Fine Boots and Shcc3,
rVvrral liaas af ladiea' ad IUfwk
nnderaear J tot set d at wsmdavfnPy
Ladkm whiht tjort snarl . nbawsl
RiMaad draarar Mn.
Ladies' Natural Woe Cavlao,
t De Oeda Jeat '
CaanH Basra, aire eaft riatn, sS
Roart srvres Jeat what yew snvad
for tvlaah drwaa.
Last of the taaaon.
. Weraea. J. B. BCroaB. Ot
ettloe sod prVee si
Buy i Pair of
WATERPROOF EC 3TS
FOR TET WEATAE2.
Tba uj?jer la thin Boot Las a
Pitent linlax. "Aniich la Arf j ca
ai VTatrprcol,lnaertel laaA
ami&aer aa to mix bots r
Nevtr V atemmnf
For an only by
EeTkoLi t Koek.