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44c per yard.
unNPAY A. M. 38 dozen 4.56
... f,li bus. blck end color, all 20o
T,vivnr - i
as the last loi we
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ffe i'w hve n,he, ,ot ' tne
NELLIE BLY CAPS
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.etc rich, worm iau i.e..
yne lame lot of 250 fancy birds
iibfr bf,,",l' bought 25c on the
?ii,r will I) ''' l one 9,nner elu-.
jKMtre lurpsina worth while to re-
B -Onf rt Joen tedlt' aitnral wool grry Teatu and pant rec lved too late on Satnrd.r
H, -i !" -'rt nd rd foe !. They will he ready Mun lay A. M at 8 80 Bale oYte?,
V " He-ember thejr are tha natural grey miied ' SoX wdelaethePr. !.t
Jjblf 111" Pr
1713. 1714. 1716. 1718.
-Bought At Sheriff's Sale-
Alexson & TJlmark
OF MOLINE, AT
Per Cent on the Dollar.
will bring this stock to our stores this week. They
had a $3,000 of Stationary, Blank Books, Plush Goods
Novels and Sporting Goods, which we will close ont at
less than manufacturer's prices.
KINGSBURY & SON.
1703 and 1705 Second Avenue.
Wholesale Dealers for
Copper-Smithing, Sheet Iron, Gas and
Steam Fitting, Also Sewer work.
BAKER & HOUSMAN,
Opposite Harper House.
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Howard Watches, Imported Watches,
H. D. FOI.SOM.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Syrup
Acta quickly, is perfectly safe and never fails to core all Lung troubles.
TRY IT. .
. Medicine known lor all Kidney. Long and Stomach troubles, la
Thomas Kidney and Liver Pills.
6c a Bottle Sample free.
Today at 2 oUock w place on sale
FIVE BIG DRIVES
a children's onderwear. bought last
J5LW btd,1,i,;ere Monday. Amon
the big deal is one lot of children's
natural mixed vesta and paots. which we
o,uote as to low: . m. we
Sice 18 Vesu and Pants. . ..... ..i
8 ae 1 8 Vesu and Pants i7
Size 20 Vesu and Pants. . ' "20c
Sixe 22 Vesu and Pants. . . ." " '23,,
8ixe 24 Vests and Pants '"260
Site 26 Vesu and Pnts !29c
8;ze 28 Vesta and Pants 81c
Size 80 Vests and Pntits. . ... .84c
Beginning six 16 t 14e jou will
notice the raise of 8c on each size.
V!,JTb other misceUaneons drives in
children s and Indies' underwear are as
cheap as we have ever shown, hut are
not in shape to he quoted You bad
belter take an early opportunity to look
them over, and stkit what you mav
1720 and 1722 Pkcond Avntb
10c, 25c and 60c BotUea.
Tomorrow and it Pf. .f ni.
vance in Rock Island. : i
nervier Im the vkaNfeM
Tomorrow will be ThankartTini: th.
dT e apart b proclamation 1 1 th
president and the government for reader-
lng thaoki to the Gier of all Geel for
the bountif ol blessings of the at aion.
No better guidance for the daj'a obaer
ancecante auegesled than ihatsna.
gcatea by the president of the I Jolted
States, who invites . "the people, upon
that day. to cease from their labf ra, to
meet in the'.r accustomed houses ef wor
ship, and to join in rendering gratitude
and praise to our beneficent Crea' or tor
the rich blessings he has granted us as
a Nation, and invoking the contiinance
of Bis protection and rru 't r tha
future. I commend to my fellow citizens
the privilege of remembering th e poor,
the homeless and the sorrowful. Let us
endeavor to merit the promised tecom-
pense of chant; and the gracloun aect p
tance of our praise."
In Rock Island it will be the cu ttomary
holiday. Business generally will be sue
pended. The postofflce will be closed
after 9 a. m , and one mail delivery will
be made during the day. The county
and city offices will close for the day.
The various Protestant churches will
unite in services at the First M. II. church
in the morning, Rev. H. C. Mai shall, of
the United Presbyterian, preaching the
sermon . It is requested that ear a one at
tending bring a potato and an apple.
Barrels will be provided for th ase dona
tions and at the close of the re-vice will
be sent to St. Lukt's hospital.
At Trinity church, services w ill be con
ducted at 10 a. m. and 730 p. m. by the
rector. Rev. R. F. 8weet.
Thanksgiving is esoehiially a family
home gathering day, and tomorrow will
be no exception to the rule in Rock' Isl
and. There will be the usual happy re
unions ami feasts in which king gobbler
will betbesuffurer. There wld be no pub
lic en ertainments in the afternoon or
The Kevival Merita (.
The revival services seem U be Increas
ing in interest and power. Ttie desire of
many for some time has been that Rock
Island may receive a blessing similar to
that which Moline haa been enjoying;
and it is beginning to look as if their de
sire was about to be realised. There
was a Ijrge attendance at the meeting
last night at the Central cl arch. Rev.
J. H. Kerr preached a very practical and
pointed termon. He spoke of the care
less, indifferent church memlters and pro
fessing Christians, who stay away and
take no interest in these meetings, were
shown very clearly where tl.ey are and
with whom they are tbrowirg their Influ
ence, i tie tnort ol tno-w 'ho are cons
dueling tbe.e meetings is, be said, to
make nen and women better to help.
elevate and enoble them, not to injure.
wrong or degrade tbem. 1 bey want to
make tht m better and ha ipier in this
life and help them to eecurti eternal hap'
piness in the world to corne. "Ia there
anybody that dent wantth a? Seriously,
now, don't youT Why no) come, then,
to the meetings and learn bow, and have
the assistance of those who are ao anx
ious to help you?"
The several congregations will meet in
their own churches tonight for their reg
ular Wednesday evening prayer meetinge.
Tomorrow night the union meeting will
be resumed in the Centrt.l Presbyterian
church, with sermon by Dev. G. W. Gue.
4 f t EET CAR 3IAGNATKS.
The IHfferenre Benrfra the twe
threat Caleaa; Rail-way aiaaaarera
Halanra aael Yrrkca Faatraateel.
Testesday's Chicago IniUg Nttet con
t lined the following:
Several yers ago Mr. C. B. Holmes of
the south side cable con pany reduced the
Taie or tare on all toe lines or his com
pany to a maximum of five cents for a
continuous trip in any direction. This
included all the horse car extensions of
the Chicago City rail wty company, and
by a liberal system of transfers Mr.
Holmes gave the greatest impetua to the
building up of residence suburbs that
has ever occurred in the history of
Chicago. This, it shot Id be remembered.
was before annexation and was a purely
voluntary act on Mr. Holmes' part, as
his various ordinances only called lor a
five cent fare to the old city limits at
Thirty-ninth street. There waa mo poll
anlhropy about Mr. Holmes' action,
It waa a purely business pollcv,
and events have since justified
the street car magnate's wia-
dom in anticipa mg annexation
The tremendous growth in population of
the territory which Mr. Holmes streetcar
extensions first server at a loss, demon
strates that his brosd-gauge policy of
I drawing residents to the suburbs was not
I on y a public benefit but a prospective
gold mine to the corporation be repre
Contrast this picture with Uie Big
Kardly, parsimonious, selfish and defiant
attitude of Mr. Yerkjs In his alleged aer
vice as a public carr er in the north and
west divisions. While the south aide
street car patrons hi ve had ample accom
modations, comrort nie care, quick ana
regular transit, the patrons of the north
and west side cars s re daily insulted and
outraged. It ia tbb spirit that disgusts a
community that is essentially broad gauge
in its methods, when contrasted with
the liberal and pub! ic-splrited policy of
the south side cabht company the methods
of Mr. Terkes are scarcely discoverable
by reason of their i mallness.
Albert Boehme was fined 3 and costs
Chas. Morehoos ) and Geo. Harrison
were each fined f S and costs for lntoxi
In the police court this morning Win.
Sbuliz was fined M0 and coats for as
saukiog Nels Lindquist. Llndquist is
clerk at the Commercial hotel and Shult
was formerly po rter, having been die
charged on complaint of the former.
Schultz met Lindquist and raised a shanty
oyer his eye. L'ndquist had his assail
I ant arrested and what . followed appears
AS ew Uetnr
Pocahontas C Hindi, aa auxiliary de-
I uree to the Inde pendent Order of Bed
Men, was organ xed at G. A. R. hall last
evening with th ) election of the following
officers: ; ;
Prophetess Sildah Johnson.
Pocahontas Amanda Ooer j.
Winona Asia Sktmon.
Powhsttao Ada IUingworth. V
Keeper of R cords Mrs. H. C. Harris.
Keeper of W smputa Mrs.
Special sale ilk curtains at The
' w craay aire n, davenport.
THE ItOOH IOLAND
MORK DRY HONKS.
WarkeneaTara C Aaataetr Skeletaa '
at Matlae-Have They Ktrarfc ma
Abaaaewe 4 iirareyerd f
- Tha dry bones of another human be
ing have been turned up at Moline. The
discovery was made on Healy 'a hill.aouth
of Riverside cemetery by workmen en
raged in terracing the hill. At the time
the men. who were digging near the top
of the hill turned up some bones In a
shovelful of eirih. At first no attention
was paid to the matter, they thinking
they were nothing more than the bones
of some animal that had been burled
there. When another shovel of earth was
removed, howeyer, a skull wjs exposed
to view. The utmost care was usei to
secure the bones in a perfect condition.
This was, however .iraoossible, for the re
mains were ao firmly embedded in the
clay that in theoperatlon they were broken
to pieces, being very brittle. Moat of the
fragments were secured, those misaing
being the bones of one of the feet.
The spade had struck through the skull.
and this waa badly shattered. The boms,
however, are in as good condition as
those, supposed to be the Bt lgtan, Men
naerd, found at Moline a week ago. the
iw-bones and teeth being in a reroarka'
bly good state of preservation.
The skeleton was found at a depth of
about twelve inches, and there was no
coffin, box or clothing with it. It hud
probably been in the earth a great many
years, how many it would be hard to say.
It had probably been originally buried at
greater depth, lut the ground bad eyK
dently washed away considerably.
IT WILL STICK.
Tke Rerk River Reale tap Heaarala
Caaal a at Likely ta be lllatarkea ay
The fallowing Washington special indi
cates that the Moline antagonists of the
Hennepin canal are not making a per
ceptible Impression, though they are not
Msj. Adams, of the United Slates en
gineers, who has the immediate direction
of the work on the Illinois and Mississip
pi cantl. Sijrs operations have actuoliy
begun and will be pushed forward on the
linea now approved by the war depart
ment. These contemplate dividing the
work into three parts.-" The first is the
preliminary survey .to establish naviga
tion over the lower section of Rock river
to the Mississippi, and a letter from Capt.
Marshall states that he is now at Rock
river personally getting the work under
way. 1 be next step will be securing the
right of way. After this will come the
actual work on the canal. It ia estimated
that the cost of the work on the seventy
four to seventy-seven mllea near the
mouth of Rock river will be $491,257 and
lu per cent added for contingencies,
though the cost of the right of way may
swell the amount beyond the $500,000
available. Part of the work will be
done by contract and part by hired help,
aa may prove most advantsgeous and
economical. The building of the dams,
embankments and the purchase of the
cut and round stone, timber and iron
ill be by contract. The quarters and
subsistence for laborers. fBfe supplies.
kitchen and mess supplies, will be got as
needed and not by contract. Tue work
which is now being done includes the
survey for the locks, dams and canal em
bankments at and below Milan. Work
ia now bting pushed on the abu'ments
below the lock and dam at LaGrange.
Arrangements are about to be made for
commencing the work at Ksmpvilla.
A GOOD SUGGESTION.
a'rec eWna Labor Aaeeaaaly Adepts Ken-
alatlaaa ravartacSUkt Stekaala.
At its meeting last evening. Freedom
assembly No. 1957, Knights of Labor,
adopted the following resolutions with
the request that the same be published by
the Auacs and other pspeis of the rity:
'Rextved, That the board of education
of Rock Island ia respectfully requested
to estaoiisn one or more free night schools
for the accommodation of those whose oc
cupations prevent their attendance upon
tne a ay scnoois.
'Unsolved. That the secretary be di
reeled to furnish the board of education
with a cepy of the foregoing resolutions
The suggestion is a good one as look-
irfg to the affording of means of educaj
tion to young men who may by force of
circumstances have been denied the ad
vantagea in the past and are not able
now because of being obliged to labor
during the day to improve their minds as
they would like to. The Argus hat i n the
past urged the plan of night schools for
Rock Island snch as have been carried on
successfully in Davenport for years, and
it most cheerfully endorses the resolutions
of the labor assembly and urges upon the
board of education their serious, and if
possible, fayorable consideration.
Oysters at Krell A Math's.
For rent A boose for email familv.
ins Tblrd avenue.
Go to Holbrook'a. Davenport, for car
pets ana sux curtains.
Tenderloin, spare ribs, pig's feet, leaf
lard, etc., at Gllmore'e pork house.
Call and see the hand-carved bed room
suites at Holbrook'a, Davenport.
Parlor suites and fancy chairs of everv
description at llolbrook s, Davenport.
Ice cream always on hand and served
by the dish all winter at Krell A Math's.
Venison, quail, ducks and wild turkeys
at uarms restaurant. Telephone No.
A handsome line of honk cases and
cabinets just received at Holbrook'a, Dav
An elegant assortment of dining tables.
chairs and hat racks at Holbrook'a. Dav
Wanted Good girl for general house
work in small family. Enquire at the
Adams Wall Paper Co.
A raffle of turkeys, geese and ducks
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at
the White Elephant.
Otto Beib, corner Fourth avenue and
Seventeenth street, will have a roast pig
luocn on inenasgivtag day.
. B. McKown sells hard wood in
lengths, cut or split; soft coal, himp and
out, corner Fifteenth street and First
avenue. Telephone 1198. . .
Blankets, comfortab'.e mattresses, nil
lows rare bargains, at the Adams, 823
Brady street, Davenport.
When yon want a nice dish of fresh
oysters step in to Krell & Math's and or
der them up in any style.
Bedroom suites, parlor suites, lounges.
fancy rockers, sideboards, dining tables
full line at The Adams, 81 Brady street.
The Crown dining ball. No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, ia now ready tu furnish you
the Deal meal in tne city lor S3 cents.
B. Johnson, proprietor.
Next Wednesday and Thursday Otto
Belb will raffle off several dosen geese at
Lhis place, and he invites his friends to
come and see him and have some sport,
Use "Aunt Jemimas' " prepared pen
ease Boar. The most excellent prodoc
tion in the market. Ask your grocer for
it. sen sab dt w otters sole agents.
Bear ia mind we do not quit making lor
cream wnen coia weather seta in. and you
can get it in any quantity ia the coldest
weather. Ramember Krell ft Hath's and
gat tl best.:-.
ARC.UB. 7131WFnn A
L' t all give thanks. ...
Opening" at Loesley 'a.
Looelej 'a "opening." Friday.
Read Loosley's adv., this page.
Read Loosley's Invitation, th!s page.
A splendid Thankselvin dinner at tha
Get your Thanksgiving dinner at tha
Keemossea's gallery w.ll be opea until
Found A Newfoundland doe. Owner
can have the same at S30 Ninth street and
Lobsters, the first of the seaion. nice
fresh oysters and celery and poultry of all
inaa at u. iremana Hon a.
Raamussen is making his usual holidav
offer. This year a beautiful frame ia
given with every docea cabinets.
Turkey and duck lunch atTheo. Free 'a
712 Twelfth street tomorrow morning
and eyening: patrons and friends are in
vited. J. E Swan, foreman of the Rescue
hose company, has removed the engine
and cart to 1) roick a liverr until the new
building is dooe.
Sheriff Silvis is moving out of tha twa.
idence portion of the jail building and
taking possession of his new home in
South Rock Inland.
Manager Montrose has arranged for a
particularly elaborate Thanksgiving din
ner at the Harper tomorrow. Pariaka f
it aud avoid the trouble of a home dinner.
Olof Olsen. of Moline. and Mlsa flonhia
Weidner, of Rock Island, were married
this afternoon at the Christian chapel par
sonage by Rev. T. W. Grafton.
In spite of Manaill's prediction for a
COld WSVe Thanksgiving, the weather
bureau has it that it will be fair and
warmer. We shall see who is risht.
Lost On the ferrv boat, a la tie ailk
and velvet hand bag containing pocket
book and letter addneeed to owner.
Leave at this office and receive reward.
Local Agent Plummer. of C. R T .
P . ia distributing among hia friend, tha
calendars of the road for 1891. Thev
are beautiful and artistic in dcaiitn. and
convenient and useful in style.
Mr. S A. Marschall haa
more turkeys than bis friends can possi
bly eat Thanksgiving morning and even
op, and will this evening raffia off tha
surplus, which amounts to onednaen and
Tomorrow being Thankaoivlnir .!
Mr. Schtnachl of No. 809 Twentieth
street, will render thanks by setting out
grand lunch of pig roast, poultrv and
game, which will last all day and to
which he invitee bis friends.
Any donations of clothing for the relief
of the poor, taken to the union Thanks
giving service in the Methodist church.
will be received at the southeast door next
the parsonage by a committee of ladies
from the Relief society.
After Thanksgiving dinner trv a ITnl.
ted Presbyterian supper at the" church.
corner Fourteenth street and Third ave
nue on r riday between S and 7 o'clock.
Fancy and useful articles for sale by the
ladies in the afternoon.
The funeral of the late Arthur L. Woods
was hi Id from St. Joseph's church this
morniog. Rev. Father Meckin offliaiinr.
The pall-bearera were: James McCor-
mick, Geo. Perrv. Jamea Marnnee Kn
McMshon, John McDsrrah and Geo.
K no I ton.
The impression haa gained rarrenc
that because Mr. Geo. Barker has sold
the ice houses, tools, teams, etc, of the
itock island Ice Company, that he has
gone rut of business. This is erroneous.
He still retains his original blant an.l I.
still in the ice businesa.
Fred Appelqulat wishes to announce
that he has mtdo grand preparations to
entertain his friends Umorrow. He will
have a grand big lunch which will ha
served all day. Everybody who has
ever railed at ADnelouiat'a
Thanksgiving knows what a nice lunch
be has. .
Rev. G. W. Gue ia anxious that none
who attend his church tomorrow neglect
the apple and the potato. He asya It
will be surprising to see how thev will
count up and how soon the barrels will be
nneu lor St. Luke s h ispital. He states
also that If anyone is inclined to bring a
peca or a Dusuei or even a barrel that
there will be no objection and that room
ta tne church will tie found for all that is
Negotiations hare been Drar tieal 1 w mm .
pieted by which the thirty-two miles of
road of the D. I. St D. road extending
from Davenport to New Liberty, are to
uuuer control oi toe a., u. K. m.
for a period of fire Tea: a. thus iHvtna th
latter road an independent line into Dav
enport. The B., C. R. & N. will expend
9u.uikj to vwu.uuu ia depots at Daven
port, due urass and other points.
Assistant Genera Manager W. J. Allen
General Superintendent H V. Ram
ltitmiuu ouprrinienoents 11. H. Cham'
oenaia and U. L.. Ewing. Maaier Ma.
ciiamcueo. F. Wilson and Trainmaster
W. M. Hobbs. of the C. R. I. P.. ar
nvea in me city last evening by special
oer un.L X f. Wbich BupU
ouaiow sent out tor tbem. The officials
went over to Davenport last evening and
muay returned to lulcago.
ine newest game and one that la
spreading as rapidly aa ro ler akating did
ia indoor baseball. The run. u nlaaaui
in gymnasiums, dancing halls or on sur
faces forty by sixty feet in aiae. The ball
used is stuffed with hair. Is sixteen inches
in circumference and very much reaem
oies a boxing glove. The bat ia two and
tnree-quartera feet long and one and a
quarter inches in diameter. Gloves and
arc unneccesarv. t ne bases are
iwenly-acven feet apart, and the pitcher's
oox twenty-two Ioel rrom the home plate.
wuit airaignt-ann piicning IS allowed.
The new engine house on Fifth arenas
between Sixteenth and Seventeenth streets
ta fast assuming proportions that will
afford the public an idea of bow It will
appear when completed. Contractor
Hick is pushing the construction as
rapidly as possible. On the front of the
ouiidingcut la tbe atone is, the Inacrlp.
tion "Engine No. 1" and "J 890." Tbe
building is to have a cupola for a bell in
tbe front end and a tower for drrlng hose
ia the rear. Architect Schureman de
signed the structure which haa alratdr
ua ucecriuau ia ueiau.
j 1 1 , i . . ., -
At its last meeting the Rock Island
publie library board appointed a commit
tee to negotiate for a more desirable aulta
of rooms for tbe accommodation of the
library. The committee expects to ar
range with Mitchell ft Lynda either for
rooms m tbe new block or for aa en lira
rearrangement ol tbe present rooms. The
board feels that one or the other is im
peratively necessary as the present rooms
are not only inadequate aa f ar aa accom
modations are concerned, but do not meet
tha Idea of tbe board aa to amn..
menu. Tbe board thinks there is aothing
wu .uuu i or uie puuiic norary, and the
ura ia ngua.
Mrs. Ellen Hoosmaa is having a hatch
way cut between ber hardware store aad
the Baker & Houamaa store store aad
sue aaa decided to consolidate the hard
ware store with the stove aad hoose fur
nishing goods store of Baker A Bona
maa. After December 1st the two .ores
win oe rua ta common aa one store, aa
the old firm aame of Baker et Houamaa
wuiara Baker, who haa beea connected
wiia ui old stand tor twenty years
win nave caarge ot both store, and vha
will be pleased to see all their old friead.
and customers foraaaythiDf ia tha stov
noose Turaiahing goods or ia the hard
ware nae call and sea hia.
Suit waa entered ia the Rock Island
circuit court last evening by Judge Ira
vj. n Ukinaoa lor aad la behalf of Mrs
aiary uraoe Davenport for a slower
the property of her divorced buabaad.
Bailey Davenport. The widow It u
alaimed Is entitled t a Hfe interest la oce-
uara ot aa tbe land Mr. Daveaport poas
aeaseo onnng the marriage betweea 18U
aad 1841 aad if the plalaliff vine her ti
tle win concern two h"-ttM acres of
Lad in Rock Island. Molina and Blark
Hawk township, and tbe case wi l la.
vulva 169 defeedaata which include the
heirs of Mr. Daveaport aad the imrcaaa-
era of over 100 lota la add'.tloa laid oat
by Mr. Daveaport.
About 4 o'cloak veaterdav eftarnoaa a
farmers' team from out ea Rock river be
came unmanageable oa the Rock Islaad
bridge and made a viciooa break for liber-
Uuard Mlltach saw the horses cowlac
at a mad pitch and started to close tbe
catre, bat seeing a saaa la tha wars, and
fearing a coll sloe anight injure him. let
tbe team come oa over. Tbe horse
dashed across the bland aad the slough
bridge where they collided with a buggy
containing two ladies, one of whom
leaped out, but the horses were halted tbea
wttboat anyone being hurt.
A doable team belonging to Peter
Fries got away from tbe driver la Davea
port yesterday and started for home oyer
the bridge at a break Beck speed. Oa the
nock leiend bridge a maa driving a aln-
gle horse was obliged to drive for his life
to get off this end ahead of the ferocious
beaata. but he succeeded, and Guard
Mittach shut the gates ia time to slop tie
runaway horses. The wagon waa aow
what damaged, but fortnnatelv ao aeriona
injury attended the runaway.
Hard Gael Market,
t? 75 per ton for beat anthracite coal.
II sixes, delivered within city limits. 85c
per toa discount for rash. Indiana black
14.50 and Ceanel coal to per ton delivered,
cartage added oa all orders for less than
one ton; carrying in 85c per toa extra.
B. G. FBAXKB.
When a maa of family finds himself at
tacked by a violent cold, it ia hia duty to
relieve the anxiety of hia wife and chil
dren and seek a remedy immediately. Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup costs only 25 cents a
bottle and a tew doses will give lnsiaat
Whoever is indebted to Merer A Loeb
please call and nettle at Lou la Loeb A
Co, liquor dealers at 807 and 309
Tbe fourth annual ball of Twin Cite
Lodge No. 89. B. of L. F.. at Armory
hall. Wednesday evening. November to.
$50,000 to loaa oa real estate aeenritv.
la sums of $300 and upward, at lowest
current rates of Interest, without com
mission. K. W. Hurst, Atuewey at
law. Rock Island.
Ait Invincible beating stove. Ilelaer
cook store, and Live Oak stoves, oa easy
terms. Prices aa low aa tbe lowest caah
price. The Adama, 823 Brady atreet,
Foreign singers are well enonch: bat
domestic medicine, like Salvation Oil. the
people will and must have. At all deal
ers. Price 25 ceata.
Send vour friends to Krell A. Math's
for a dish or caa of fresh ovsters.
J. E. Itoaraoea, - - - Maaacer.
TUESDAY. J3EC., 2nd.
The Oriftaalaed matlu- Farce Ooa.dj.
"A SOAP BUBBLE'
Ur Montgomery Phleter, Bee.
1U Ballade! New race
IatraJadag the frronteeoawjlaa CHAS. W.
TOCNU. saaearua br s aerfeetty
The eelehratad aad kaadeoeaety aalfonaed
Dobbin's Band and Orchestra.
rnree li. an aad 7ft r t . - .....
turpar nones arof-wre Beiaraay.
au per rent redectloa for the next SO days
oa Boole aad Bprtax Waeaa.
No. 1S10, lall aad M14, Third Are,
Is the cheapeet pise la the eoanty to bay Car
rtacee. Baaoiea, relate, UUa, etc.
.a 37 e
$300.00 and Upward
For sale, secured oa land worth from
three to Ave times the amount
of the loan.
Interest T per rent eeaU saaaan, eatlacted ead
tattled free of charge.
E. W. HURST.
Attobjtit at Lavv
Sand aaaal Teesplo,
ROCK IS1JIKD ILL
I ehail hare aa ' .u.. .j a.
e. sue aad Ma. aad Tvi'laae the i I
orta. at of orucl atehlao aad r . ae 11 ae
atte aad hrtca-hrac or get teaetaar k hack
.100 (the peienareadlBC tale) era kerned call
- i i iTMw-waawii. aa.
tea Soiaaa Areas
Lhi'd & Stovcrt.
It is dang! roue to neglect catarrh, for
It Wads to bronchitis aad roeaamwUoa.
tlood's BaraaparUla cures catarrh la aU
how is your c:::lo?
Swift's Specific i the great
developer, of delicate child
ren. It regulates the secre
tion; it stimulates the skin to
health action, and assists
nature in development.
There is no tonic for child
ren equal to S S S
Sead for our treatise oa Blood aad
Swirr ferai-inc Cot, Atlanta, Ga
R. R. TICKET
Ofossher Aawneaa Ticket Breksre AsstaJ
RXDUOZD KATXA TO ALL PolSTt.
OrriCS la Adasat Exams Oa
aoLB aa ear roa
Aaaoaere gooj aews to
- - " - ww vt aaw
nta cloak BBeaofectarers are to the
effect that tbey wiU be pleased to farabh
weed dariag the rrmaiadar of the
it the vary low prices mads earlier.
"1 hia ateaa mm ' .
CKMatl Of aa. a .
aotlfieatloa of aa adteaoe.
. rT' " of Walker's,
a' ana I imm, ...
Have the tar(eat estabUahmaat Wast of OJeww
DONT FORGET TUB PLACE.
CLEr.innn & sALznnm.
No$. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And No. 124, 12 aad las Sixteenth Street,
uooaroauTxa croKa rat raa srara taw.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
RoC at ISLAVD, ILL.,
Opeaaau, b.,a...a,p nafSveMXl.,.0a
Fir . par oant lataast paid o. Dapoalta. Mo-wy loamaxl oa pJZl oU.
Utal. or Raai Estate Reoartty
a r. BiTaouM. iw. r o. OBnatAia. vwr. . a. mvroma. oeakte.
KANN & HTJCKSTAEDT,
Now 1911 aad 1911 Secoad avwaaa.
Ta Leaarrs la
OIL CLOTHS, SHADES, DRAPERY, Etc.
undoubtedly proves mack ofcaapest to
Tbe reputation which era have av
tebllehed for kep!a the beat aad latest
etyle saimaery ta the city. U Irmly ap
heU by E Vt RT BAT AMD BOX VET
SHOWN. There U a eiettacrivo ITT
and STYLE aad aa KLTOAXCE of
FIXISH about w tnintaery which la
due amtirely to the superiority tn tha
making. Oar DESXOKS aiw ORIGI
NAL aad PRIVATE to ewraalve. aad
therafora. waaatot ba dspUoatad wrtth
the FASHIONABLE EFFECT.
RS. Pi GREECiaWALT
1704 SECOND AVENUE,
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
Use Raven Gloss Dreufctj, aadbackabeoiutaJx
tbe Ust for UJiff bocs. Kcvtr V QtCrpTOOfl
Viaera, u aue nws aujurcs UM arainra.
Try a Lotde aaJ La cooviaced.
. GEO. BOHIT3
Fine Hoots and SIicc3,
SCt9 rA Avtxue,
Brvoral tlaas ef I ad km' aad atUwa'a
aaoarwaar Jaat spaard .at aaadaifiry
Ladies' white aoft atoriae, tZXU
arms tie. Ribbad drewara tSa.
Ladkas' Sataral Wew4 Bert, S.
Hew aaseumsat Dreaa OooAs joat
ptaor4 ea sale la Astrachaa aad Oar
Oaaaei Balra. tsoe aoft doth, SOota.
Itosjirh avvgea J an what yoa aewi
for a etyltaa ewsa.
Uaat ot the ii
stf las aad arton as
r & ADLER
to 319 SerenteenUt Sfraaat '
Buy a Pair cf
FOR WET WElTnES.
Thacrpwlntiie Boot Laa a
ntletitl'nhir m ui. i a a v..
a manner aa to maka botli frct