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JAHNS & BERTEISEN,
X 1 i K ,1 I
Tin ware And Hotjbe Ftjenibiung Goods.
1618 second avenue.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
-Bought At Sheriff's Sale- .
THE STOCK OF
Alexson & Ulmark
OF MOLINE, AT
Per Cent on the Dollar.
W will bring this stock to our stores this week. They
had a 3,000 of Stationery, Blank Books, Plush Goods
Novels and Sporting Goods, which we will close out at
less than manufacturer's prices.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1703 and 1705 Second Avenue.
A. J. SMITH & SOn,
rll Stock t now replete with Novelties. Call and compare oor stock sod prices.
A. J. SMITH SON,
133 and 127 Weat Third Street, Opp. Masonic Temple, DAVENPORT.
-WALL PAPER COMPANY
312, 314"Tventietli St.,
And Postoffice Block, Moline.
FINE WALL, PAPER KxHiwIre atrent
factories: Blrge & Son. Jaiiewar & Co., Robert S.
York Wall Kajwr Co., and Kcnert llravee at Co.
HUB OUR 8PKUIAL3 Which includes all th
below other dealer.
Howard Watches, Imported Watches,
E D. FOIiSOII.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Syrupy
Acta quickly, ia perfectly safe and never hilt to cure all Long troubles.
TRY IT. 10c, 5c and 50o Bottle.
Medicine known tor all Kidney,
Co a Bottle Sample Ire.
for the following tlx largest Wall Piwr
liobbs Co., Kevin & Havlland, New
Art paper. Prices from 10 to SO per cent
mmjOk& vim ,
Lang; end Stomach trouble. 1
and. Liver Pills.
ON THE ETERNAL SHORE.
Capt. J. B Davis Resta Bia Craft
In a Safe Harbw. -
The Veteraa btiik. a.u..
r lb AetlTe Biwev
Capt. John B. Dtvig died Terr anex
pectedlj at hie borne on Twentyothlrd
treet Dear Fiftb arenue at U o'clock Wed
nesday night. During the . day be was
about amoog his friends la apparently
the best of spirits and Rood health. Early
to the evening be chatted pleaaaotly In 1
the parlor at his home with hla married
son. Thomas B. Davis, who had called.
and shortly after 7 ha start d for prayer
meeting at the Broadway Pre byterian
church. As he reached U e door of the
church he experienced an i nusual sensa
tion, and did not enter but returned Im
mediately home. He was net at the door
oy his son. S. 8. Davis, vho was sur
prised at bia father's returt so soon, as
well aa alarmed by his pallor.
The son Derauaded hi fathnr tn
lie on a sofa, and being told
by the latter that the trou lie was In the
region of the heart he at once se4 for
Dr. Craig who responded with all possi
ble haste. He at once pronounced the
ailment extremely serious and Capt.
Davis' wife and daughter, who were at
the Broad war church, wert Immediately
summoned. Dr. Craig h id ia the mean
time applied restoratives and the captain
I having rerived aomewh at, expressed a
desire to go up stairs to his room. On
reaching his room he exp vised himself aa
feeling better, and when bis son asked
bim if he should assist him ia removing
his pantaloons, he replie-1 that be could
do it himself. He raised up to unfasten
them at the waist, when be gasped and
waa gone, death had con e at 8 o'clock
exactly, from heart diset se.
Capt. John B. Davis as born at Mays.
ville,Ky., April 19, 182(;. At an early
age be evinced a fascination for river life
and soon engaged it It. His first e
perience was on the Obi . where he soon
Use to the captaincy and later to the
ownership of two packets between Cin
clnnau and St. Louis. In 1858 be turned
his attention to steaniboating on the
Mississippi and establielied a line of bis
twee 8u Leuis iind St. Paul. He
resided here one year when he moved
back to Kentucky. He still continued to
traverse the Miaaissippi and waa at St.
Paul when the first call for troops came at
the opening of the war. He at once en
listed in the Second Miinesola regiment.
and though a southerner by birth and
education, the preservation of the union
waa the first principle 'vitb bim, and after
organising a company he proceeded to.
the scene of the rebelli n where be re
peatedly distinguished himself for gats
lantry and bravery and rose rapidly to the
rank of major. At the battle of Chicka
mauga be was foremost in the fight and
was severely wounded and carried off tbe
field, and tbe surgeons ordered that he be
sent home. He did not recover until
after the war was over. .
In 1867 he resumed steamhoating on
the lower river, conducting a line of bis
own from Memphis U White river. He
lived at Memphis until 1874. when he
removed again to Rock Island and enter
ed the government sei vice, having been
made captain of the ld Montana, jnrr
theGftrsTaa, v. ben CoL Macomb
waa in charge of npter Mississippi im
provements. He aerved three years in
this capacity, when h s took a govern
ment contract to con fey freight from the
terminus of tbe U. P. road at Bismarkc.
Dakota, up the Ye lowstone river. It
was just after the terrible Custer massa
cre and many other nien would have been
timid about lnvadin i that country by
land or water, but th s captain knew noth
ing of fear and be discharged his duties
jritb great satisfscti n to the government
and all .concerned. After fulfilling his
contract he returned to Rock Island and
entered tbe service (1 tbe Diamond Jo
line as master of lone of tbe best pack
ets running between St. Louis and St.
Panl.and he remained with this company
until be accepted an offer from the Hud
son Bay Fur company to conduot a line
of boat on the Saekatchawan river In
Canada. He waa t iu engaged for two
years when tbe Kiel rebellion broke out
and be was employ sd by the Canadian
government to transport troops on the
Saskalchawar, and be remained in that
I occupation unto th capture of Riel and
the putting down of the rebellion. Then
be returned to Roclc Island and his ser
vices were soon in demand by bia old'
time employer.Diationd Jo Reynold. He
waa appointed mat ter of the Libbie Con
ger and captained ber one season when
Ita waa promoted to the captaincy of tbe
Sidney on which b 3 aerved a year, when
In 1888 he resigned to engage With a eytr
I dicate composed of C. H. Deere and cap-
italiata at SL Paul in the conatruction of
, steel hull packet which waa to do
alrictly peasenger business and which it
waa expected wou d reyolutioniie time oa
the river between lower and the upper
Saints of steam joal navigation on the
Mississippi. The project, though never
fully consummated, waa not entirely
given up and had tbe captain not yielded
to tbe perauaslona of bia family and
I M . -
abandoned bis active interest In steam-
boating which hi d always characterized
bis life, the boat would bare been coo
structed before t lis and Captain Davis
would have been In command of It. For
two years ne haa been associated with bis
eons, T. B. and 1). 8. Davis, of the Met-
chants' Electric Light company.
Capt. Davis I taves with bia wido'
three children. Tbomas B., Samuel S. and
Miss Mary. He was a member of the
Broadway Presbyterian church and of the
Masonic fraterni cy.
He waa a man of a warm-hearted, hap-
py disposition, itho alwaya had a pl
ant word for all with whom be came In
contact. Aa at gry expression or a word
of complaint ne rer was beard to escape
hla Hps. ; Thouj h a hero in tbe war,
man who bore t te scar of battle and the
reward of valiant service, no one knew
from him that 1 e bad ever been in the
war. He belie red in doing bis duty to
tbe beat of hi i .bllity when ewcaelon re
quired and that waa the end of it Ha
never spoke of ' It afterward. Ha waa
modeat and qui at in dupoaitioo, avoiding
always any alu sioa to himself, and of
others he alwa; a spoke weH. OfHoof
whom he couU not apeak kindly beVald
nothing. s " ; ' . A
me lunerai ui oe rrom the lata Kama
I - - m M
of tbe decease; on Twentv-third Xiraat
tomorrow at 8 p. m. ; '
THIS ROCK IBLAH1)
O'Connor of 819 Fourteenth street, died
at 11 o'clock yesterday morning ef blood
poisoning and typhoid fever, with which
he had been a sufferer for four weeks.
His age waa fourteen years, and be waa
a Very promising boy ia every way. The
f nneral will be held at 9 o'clock tomorrow
morning from St. Joseph's church.
cddihdxath or n. eito. ,
R. Bieg, of the Sieg Iron company,
Davenport, died suddenly of heart disease
yesterday, aged 08.
AN INCENDIARY FIRE.
M'lwtex a aaara;'a w Bwiiaiwai
BaelUr Iaaace y Meaae Itnrissi
Meawndret at M Early Hear This
At 9 o'clock this morning some colored
people at'ending a dance at HUlter's ball
discovered flames in the rear room of
Winter ft Lemberf 's wholesale : liquor
house. 1018 and 1618 Third avenue. An
alarm waa quickly given, but before the
Ore department arrived the entire interior
waa In flame. The fire, which had started
under the oak stairway In tbe rear, had
swept up Into iie second floor, and bnt
for tbe liberal ae of water a number of
barrels of alcohol would have caught and
then tbe entire block would probably have
gone. There were twenty-five barrels of
whiskies, spirits, etc., on the first floor and
three hundred barrtla on the second floor
The flames charred both upper and lower
ceilings so that they' will have to
be replaced as will the floor of
tbe second story, while the stair
way waa entirely destroyed, and the
building otherwise damaged to an extent
that will bring the lose up to $3,000, with
an addition of $1,600 on stock. Tbe in
surance on tbe building is 14,000, of
which 3.000 is In Haesing's agency and
the German Fire icompanv. f 1.000 in
Bahnsen'a agency and tbe Milwaukee
Mechanic company, and 1,000 in Geo.
L. Qulst's agency. v There la 19,500 ins
so ranee on the stock; 12,000 in Huesing's
agency and the Wescheeter company, f t,
500 in the German Fire, $1,500 in ScbiU's
agency and the City of London, and $2,
000 in the Merchants, of London; f 1,000
in the Pennsylvania company, and fl,
500 In tbe Detroit Fire ft Marine, both In
Geo. L. Qaist'a aeencv.
The fire, as stated, bad ita origin under
the stairs in the rear store, in a ptle
of empty bores. There is' no doubt as to
ita being incendiary in tbe minds of
Messrs. Winter ft Lemburg. but they can
not imagine the motive.
The building Is brand new, the Arm
having built it last season and moved into
it Jan. 1 last. ;
Tbe handsome store across from Dennis
Warren's vscant bill board lota baa been
crowded today. There is. probably, more
to see there just now ia attractive ware
than ever bofore at one time In Rock
Aa the adv. in another column states.
the formal "opening" will be continued
tomorrow, from 10 a. an. to 8 d. m.. and
Loosley hopes that every one who feels
at all like aeeing what a crockery at ore
can look like, will call. No written In
vitationa will be sent to Rick Island
people, they ought to know they are
welcome without that.
Mr. J. S. Gil more la confined to bia bed
by U loess.
Geo H. Ridgely. a student of Knox col.
lege, Galesburg, 1 a guest ol Geo. McDonald-
Mrs. George Relss. of this citv. vho
has been aenoonly 111. la fast recovering
her health. .
The Island Citv restaurant. A. n.
Thompson, is the boss place for a square
. uitb wo isiana intv a trial.
The work of laying the return wire for
the electric railway under the Second
avenne payement waa reauirted thia morn
August Gottsch will have a free lunch
at hla place, corner of Twelfth atreet and
Seventh avenue, every Saturday evening
H. Wiley. V. H. Brown and L. O.
Howard, all of Davenport, will anawer in
the police court thia season to the charge
of fast driving.
Ten games were played in tbe checker
con teat between K. 8. Woods and A. W.
Valentine, at Moline yesterday, and re-
.. i. 1 1 . , w.. .
uiieu in oraw. vi oooa therefore re
tain the champtonahip banner another
Mr. Axel Burman. editor of the SnmJLL
Chicago, waa in the citv tmlae Tti
Scandia is tbe only Swedish democratic
daily ia the United Sutra, and was es
tablished last June.
Mr. George Dyson, of Rushville. and
Mr. 8. S. HaUam of Monmouth, came un
today to congratulate Congressman elect
uaote. They are representative young
uemocraia wno rendered yeoman service
la the last campaign.
Another Urge consreeation attended
tbe revival treeting last evening in tbe
Central Presbyterian church. The large
audience room was filled with an atten
tive and interested audience. Rev. G
vr. uue preacnea a aurrtng sermon on
the methods of, and encouragements to
revival. a.i in conclusion or tbe ser
vices several person arose lor prayers
ana expressed a aesire to lead the Cbria
Uan life.. There will be services Ibis
evening with sermon by the Rev. H. C
At 8 o'clock tomorrow afternoon In the
Sunday school room of tbe First M.
church ili be held a union meeting of
young ladies under the anspioes of the
Y. W. C. T. U , for the purpose of devis
ing waya and doing effective lempnranoe
w-jrk. Mrs, Metzear, of Moline. will give
an account or the national W. C. T. U.
convention at Atlanta, and Ml Mary
Mahon, aaaistantauperintendent of young
women s wort lor Illinois, will also be
present and addresa the meeting.
Messrs. T. N. Baird. of Blggaville, and
W. 1. Hutcblna. of Oqoewka, were in
the city today to Teucltate tbe local dem
ocracy over the glorious victorv of Nov
4th. Mr. Baird ia chairman of the demo
cratic county committee of Henderson
county, and Mr. Hutcbina editor of tbe
Oquawka Democrat, both of whom con
tribnted largely ia their respective canac
itiea to the greatly increased democratic
vote in their county.
Prof. Weldner gives his laat lecture at
the i. M C. A. room next Sunday. His
subject is the book of 'Hebrews." The
lecture win consist or an application to
thia book of the facta and principle
stated in bia first two lecture. These
lecture have been of absorbing Interest
ana a large company or young men will
gather next Sunday to bear bim- With
tbe first Sunday of December Rev. J. H
Kerr, of the Central Presbyterian church.
Begins ois lectures in the aeriea.
Awvertiaed 14a 11. 49
Lift of tetters acalle for at th FastoOee at
' hot. SB. law: .
CdMlttmsH ' -CefejrJaaaes
Deoeckar Peter -Devalue
Dona Mr Marraret
SI Caaalt a Bat'g Mm
Haetliia Mlat fcdkk
Joaaeton hi! Ltxri . - WliltanM Jt t
Maitlaau :-. , TmhW;
- - -' : . HOWARD watt, r. X.
ARGUB. FBIDA V. NOVEUBEB 2. 1CCO.
The" Aatnma Holiday and its Ob-
aerv-aacea la Rock Inland.
railaw Brrvleea at the first . K. mmm
tsMTtea at Trialty-ateaat aabrrloa
th rw Tha Kate-rtala-aaewt.
Yesterday waa aa Idea) Thenkegivlng
day; Ideal in ft bright joy-bringing at
mosphere, which filled all with a sense of
warmth and gratitude. The weather vu
not auck aa is alwaya characteristic of the
autumn holiday ftr It is generally more
wintry and dismal ia Its aainre, bnt aa
stated above It was all tb more a ioyou
Tbaekt giving waea nature itself aeemed
to lift itself up ia praise and thanksgiv
ing. It waa more of aa October, thaa a
November day and such aa occasion aa
raises anew the be'tef that maay bar
heretofore expressed that Thanksgiving
day should be proclaimed at least one
month earlier tbsa haa been observed by
Tbe union service at the First M. E.
church in the monies- in which the
Broadway and Central and United Pre
byteriaa. the First Baptist the Christian
and M. E. denominations Joined, were at
tended by a congregation that filled every
available portion of the boose. On the
platform were Presiding Elder Head and
Pastor Gue. Marquis. Taylor, Grafton,
Marshall and Kerr. Tbe service which
were designed with special ref. rence to
the occasion were participated in by tbe
various ministers and Included responsive
readings from the topics, "A Joyfnl
Thanksgiving," "A Charitable Thanks
giving" and "A Devout Thanksgiving."
and the rendering by the chorus under
Prof. G. R. Boustl's direction of the
hymns, "O, for a Thousand Tonguea to
Sing," "Blest Be tbe Tie That Bind "and
'All Hail the Power of Jems' Name."
The sermon waa by Rev. IL C. Marshal,
of tb United Preabyterian church, and
waa an able and thoughtful ditcourae de
voted to the aolemn duilea of the day and
the occasion for praise and thanksgiving
for the great blessings of the year. Sev
eral barrets of apples and potttoe were
filled by the contributor of a potato and
aa apple by each one attending, and
there were other donations for the bene
fit of 8l Lnke's hospital . A large collec
tion was taken up for the poor.
The services at Trinity church were
well attended, tbe rector. Rev. R. F. :
Sweet, preaching a aermon on tne sig
nificance of tbe day of devout and chari
It was in accordance with a custom
long and rightly cherished, a day of many
family reunions and borne dinners. A
number of families and others dined at
tbe Harper.where tbe largest number that
haa partaken of a Thanksgiving dinner in
yean waa present. At the Rock Island
bouse also. Manager Gaver extended th
hospitalities of the occasion to a large
number of hia friends whom he invited in
to dine with hire.
Decidedly on of tbe greatest down
town attractions that haa ever been pro
vided free on a holiday, waa the pie-eating
contest In tbe great west window of
tbe London Clothing Company. Tbe
atreet ia the neighborhood f the store
waa a perfect Jam for an hour and peo
ple alio awarmed the housetop on the
opposite aide of the atreet and broke a
window ia Krell ft Math' atore with tbtir
jam. Tbe pies were pumpkin, and aix
teen contestant were entered, only eight
of whom were enabled to gain entrance to
the tora. tb other, together with Biehl's
band, being absolutely nnabl to get near
the door. Evea the polio were power
less to keep back the eager multitude.
Tbe window in which the contest
took place was nicely decorated
and In it were sixteen chairs and
105 pie at the opening of tb con
test. The contestants were E. D. Jacob
H. E. Robinson, Sam Jonca, Cliff Ter
bury. J. M. Scan, .7. H. Carver, Enoch
James and J. N. Tlndall. Jacobs, who
Uvea in Rural township, won the prise by
eaung aix pi-a, ana walked oa with a
handsome auit of clothe. II. E. Rnbla
son, of Lynn Centre, came out second
with Ave pica bia credit. Tbe sur
plus pie were distributed among the
boy after tb contest. It was a triumph
in tbe way of eater prise oa tbe part of
th London, a holiday attraction that
shews what judicious and liberal ad rer
using will do. It brought people to
town that would not otherwise have come
and every business man in Rock Island
reaped a profit. .
Tbe pupils of tb pu-tllc school re
membered tbe poor on Wednesday li tbe
way of vegetable, provision, fruit and
clothing, taken to their respective build'
logs, from whence they were sent to th
Relief Society for proper distribution
At No. 5 Principal McDonald and her
teachers presented their janitor, Wm.
Cook, with afloe turkey.
-A IS mbi Bahhie.
On next Tuesday evening we are to
have at Harper' theatre that excrucia
tingly funny comedy, "A Soap Bubble-"
An exchange says:
Tbe play la an irrideacent globe of fun
and music. Catchy songs and humorous
sayings and situations abound. Mr.
Charles W. Young's natural humor waa
greatly enjoyed. There are many novel-
tie and apecialties, all of them in good
band. Chops, the butcher bov. a nlaverf
by Mr. Frank Allen, la as funny aa possi
ble. A regards the play Itself, every-
ouuy snows toai ii authors cared fur
nothing aave putting tbelr audienoea la a
gnoa anmor, and thia they eo-ceed ad
u aui j in aning.
' BeWs Tau!
We oner hundred dollar reward
for any case or catarrh that cannot bo
cured ay taking Hall's Catarrh Cure.
r. J. CHXHrr ft Co.. Prop. Toledo, O.
We. the undersigned, have known
F. . Cheney for the Uaa fifteen veers
and believe him perfectl honorable ia all
Duaineas transections and financially able
to carry out any obligation made bv tlir
Wsarft Tbtjax. Wholesale
Walduo. Knoux ft Masto, Wholesale
Drugglata, Toledo, O.
Hall Catarrh Curt la taken Internally,
acting directly npoo the blood and anu
ooua auriace or to system. Prios 75
per bottle. Hold by all druggUt.
We desire to give our patron and tb
public la general notice that after Jan
uary 1. w shall not opea our store Sun
day morning. Wa shall keep opea lata
enough Saturday night to eaabl all to
mm tneir purchases.
SiMoa ft Moetntrxxota.
Bar oaal Barkat.
7 73 par toa for beat anthraeiu
all aires, delivered wlthla city limit. 5c
per toa discount for eaah. ladlaaa black
t. C3 ri OaaaeJ coal tt par toa delivered.
Oyster at Krell ft Math's.
Teaderlola, epar riba, pig's feet, leaf
lard. etc. at OUmore's pork bona.
Bead your friend to KreU ft Maths
for a dish or eaa of fresh oyster.
Call and ae tbe hand -carved bad room
saltes at Holbrooke, Davenport.
Parlor raltea and fancy chairs nf every
deacriptioa at Holbrook'a, Daveaport.
Ice cream always oa band and served
by th dish aH winter at Krell ft Mala a.
Venison, qnsIL docks and wild turkey
at Harma' reataaraat. Telephone Ko.
A handsome lino of book cases aad
cabinet (ost received at Holbrook'a, Dav
enport. Aa elegant aasortaenl of dining tables,
chairs and hat racks at Ooibrook,a. Dv
Found A Newfoundland dog. Owner
eaa hay tb earn at 530 Ninth atreet aad
Wanted Good girl for general house
work ia mall family. Enquire at tb
Adams Wall Piper Co.
E. B. McKowa sells bard wood la
lengths, cut or split; soft coal, lump aad
nut, eorar FVteeeth street aad Flrat
avenue. Telephoa 1198.
Blanket, comfortab'e mattresses, pil
lows rare bargains, at tb Adama, 822
Brady atreet, Davenport.
When you want a ale dish of fresh
oyster alep ia to Krell ft Math's aad or
der them op In say style.
Bedroom suites, parlor suites, lounge,
fancy rockers, sideboards, dining tables;
foil line at Tbe A lams. S91 Brady atreet.
The Crown dining hall. No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, ia bow ready to furnish you
the beat meal ia th city for IS ccata. A.
B. Johnson, proprietor.
Bear In mind we do not quit making be
cream when cold weather sou In. and yoa
can get It ia any quantity la th coldest
weather. Remember Krell ft Math's and
get the best.
Art Invincible beating stoves. Helper
cook stove, and Live Oak stove, on easy
terms. Prices aa low aa tb lowest eaah
Price. The Adama, 83S Brady atreet,
50,000 to loaa on real estaU security,
la sums of 9200 tad upward, at lowest
current rate of Interest, without com
mission. K. W. Hurst, Attorney at
law, Rock Island.
la th bead
I a constitutional
Disease, aad require
A constitut-onal remedy
L ke Hood's Sarsaparilla,
Which purifies th blood.
Make tbe weak strong.
Try It now.
"Quack, quack, auack." aaid th doc
tor, when h found Dr. Butl'a Cough
Syrup In tbe bouae of almost every pa
tient. but hia bill decreased aad the peo
ple were nappy, llice ej ceoU a bottla.
J. I. Bowraoea,
TUESDAY, JDEC, 2nd.
The Orltloal sa marls rarre CMr,
"A SOAP BUBBLE''
By MeatcooMVT rklster. Be.
NewBealcalSrlseaose! Xrw doe.!
MewDsarae! Hew Jokes!
Hew Ballad 1 New rce 1
lalrodselac lbs favorite uisjajlaa CH AS. T.
YoUJfl. easwofte r a srfl tr
The celebrata aa asaasoaaelv self urate!
Dobbin's Band and Orcheetra.
Prirre V M md nmi..
Harper Uease drfien aetaraay,
aa. MM, Mil a4 taia, Third Are,
Is la chespeet store Is th coaety ts sat Car
reea, liaM, Palais, OUa, etc.
a eras or
$200.00 and Upwardg
For Bale, secured oa land worth from
three to five times th amouat
of th loaa.
Intern T Dee seat eeml umiHi. - .
E. W. HUR8T,
-Attoenby at Law
Booses I sad Bssoalc Taaple,
. ROCK ISLAND. ILL
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SMSMtaeraiorsnicteelaehlaaaad elsai, ae wvUee
lamp, ue brtc ec w g .VfciS
Toll fhtinrana rMillm il l.i . 1..1
BBdbiaciosrmeBde-Ma.si to p. si.
a. Baarjisal seMeeoall raehealsas Ba
SVaat So a tlllnoe abuoef " l ej I . i a a
timiei. i t'i n i line Imix an
oouos. rets as tae Se-tsae. -una)
faaflajs, y Otraws Uto Uwrnr Ira ass
omllf nlal4e la Cewripauna.armf;M4
vteuof laMsaoortoo r iaeiiena.oaile taey mkm
tae boost, a.
StiIim riieeian Ii ii i e ie i Mini s
r"r" ti n 1 tii ,ei ii n
Waoeoeeti f thosawul Sad these H ua plle vera.
UslaOBMSf wsratsatther 1U b4 as wtb
oaaowoiasMlaraa. hi irisr allaarO hst
fhf the hose of sonsy nvos (hat hen tii
sn so sot.
i CerM-e Latile Uvmr TVU or woell so
Thef sts MranJf viomlite
vwy eaov s avao. ooeertwoytlsi ei.nl iso.
osoao aot anpo er
weetaaaa. Iiruia,iaul IntolL
VI sraoieai iaj aaore, or est bj saaO.
CARTE, snrjeerw CtL. Maav Vaoi.
Aaaoaac goo arwi to
, . . " -iiwrnm two mn tae
JTea ckvak aaaaafacuirer are is th
. 11 M P4 U foralah
Ith all Um
PLLSn 01RMEXT .
y aed daring th rrsharader of la
a al ika - I .
v ww pnoea asao earlier.
Thl givaa a a &ndU4 advaatago
cloak 1 1
.Ba nre My ag their
II Of maaofortn. -,.-j
aviiflcaUoa rf aa advaaoa. P
. ' y?U Walker's.
wrars aad warraalsd.
. a ffuaooa. nu good
CLEMANN & SALZLIAIJIJ,
1 Furniture and
Hav th Largest tab!Uaatt Wast of Cbicaga.
DONT FORGET TEE PLACE.
CLEr.lA.JN & SALZr,lAJJ,
No$. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Noa. 11, 128 and 128 8Lxt-nOi Eirt,
roiaroaAr3) rwoca ran raa arara Law.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Ope, datly frastaa.aa.n,twrtlt,t,to,,tt
five pwrcat latoT..t paid o. Dsta- Mow, loaded o TawwoaaO. CoU
Uura. or RoaJEwat fUoarlty c-
a r. asTauLo. poa. . b. arroaa. cow
r. u BiwaocL a p, rcjKji. j. c. r Utm.
'". J.. a W staoav. 4. a'aoJerd.
KANN & HUCKSTAEDT,
Xa. 1811 aad ltU fsscoad a vwa me.
OIL CLOTHS, SHADES, DRAPERY, Etc.
Thoroughly Good Millinery
aadoabtodly proves macb cheapoat la
Tb r potation which r hava aa.
tabUahd for koeplag th boat aad LaXost
atyl mmiaery U th city. U Irmly p.
holdby EVTRTHATAIfD BOKVET
SHOWN. Thar Is a iatiaotiv FIT
aad STYLE aad aa ELEOAXCE of
FINISH about ear snHUaery which la
dn audraiy to tb anperiartty ta th
making. Oar DESIGNS are ORIGI
NAL aad PRIVATE to oarsolro, aad
lhrforo, eaaaot b dupUoatod. with
th FASHIONABLE EFFECT.
UBS. P. GREENAl'JALT
1704 SECOND AVZXUE.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KIOHLV & ADLER,
Rumored to S19 SaTentoenlb 8tnt
Om Raven C!sf Creitirj,
tbe beat tor Udka aboca. Never
acalca, cracks aor in jam th kstaex.
Try a buttle aad U coevi&ced.
Srvcral ttae of ladias aai cbraa'
aaderwwar just cpeasd at woadarfaH
Cw whit soft atflrfaa, ri'JL-i
9e. rsmi drawwr BSe.
Ladasa' Sataral Wool Marine, 53c.
Sew aasorttaeat Drrs Oood jthVt
placed oaaal la Arvarhaa aod fMhar
Caanrl Half, akw Soft cloth. OCM.
Kowch omtv )t what yoa awaJ
for a striate, drsoa.
Last ot th leaaoo.
w nehrt at-.
stales aad pftoas mm
Buy a Pair of
FOa WET WEATDEH.
Tha upper ia thin Boot baa a
pavtent lining, which ia Add, C A
and Waterprool, laferted ta
a jnaaxaar aa to maka both frcr t
AT - .
ITiiLO Boots :czl r";3,
IP . m
Co to C
wec j a i va ail erui lor kas Cj
czm t aj cstrj la i; ye to erVa.
BteFtea:0)ctior, .-arf Taor-M
t::3 rji irim,