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JAHNS & BERTELSEN, .
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Tixwark And Hotxaic
1612 SECOND AVENUE.
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-Bought At Sheriff's Sale-
THE STOCK OF
Alexson & TJlmark
Per Cent 011 the Dollar.
will bring this stock to our Btores this week. They
a 3,000 of Stationery, Blank Books, Plush Goods
els and Sporting Goods, which we will close out at
than matinfioturer'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,
Oppositb Habpkb House.
Howard Watches, Imported Watches,
H. D. FOLSOM.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Syrupy
Acts quickly, U perfectly safe and never fail to cure all Lung troubles. '
TRY IT. 10c, 20c and 50c Bottle.
Medicine knows lor til Kidney, Long aad 8 touch tumble. I, -
Thomas Kidney and Liver Pills.
6e a Bottle Samples free.
v . T. H. THOIIAS,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
TIME FOR A CHANIJE.
The Fy of Volanter Firemen
Agaia Fnlly Shown. H
m Herata:'- DesneaBtratlea , th
Rami, of KeeB'e tJha, , Mar.
Wet Mqware-Wiu RM I-Ia , SeTe,
At 9.15 this morning Bre broke out in
the cellar under Koch's gun at op. 818
Seventeenth street, and an alara. was im
mediately snt in to the fire department
while neighbors and others who had been
attr.cud by the smoke which wts pouts
log from the doors snd windows of the
building, organized themselves into a sal
vage corps and speed llv carrkd every
thing out of the store. This imludtd
powd t and other combustibles, but they
were soon out of the reach tt danger.
The smoke, which had not been dense at
first, had now become almost nuffocaling
to those ineiiio or near the bu.l ling. Fif
teen miuutts had now elapsed since the
first alarm had been given and not a fire
man or a hose vehicle had pt t in an ap
pearance. Some one isked here was
the hook and ladder truck whose qusrters
are in court house square, only three
"Oh I" came the response t f one who
apparently knew, -The liverj team they
use on the hook and ladder truck is ont
on the hearse this morning, don't you
A ripple of laughter went round
through the crowd, for the young man
had told the truth, but in thi meantime
tucfire continued to burn. The sal
vadge brigade hud finished I s work and
emptied tus building of its contents and
now simply awaited the fin men. Eigh
teen minutes had passed and the fire con
tinued to burn. Finally the Pbceniz
hose wasjon dashed around the corner
from Third avenue. Its"aorking num
bers," of hich the Union is always so
proud to speak, consisted of one man,
but he was a daisy. He v. as tardy in
getting there, no wonder fc r be bad to
hitch up sit-r running no cue but him
self knows how far to the bose house.but
on the scene he was fuli of business. Af
ter tapping the hydrant at the Commer
cial house con er. be drove up to the
burning building, broke coupling, at
tached the Di.zzlo, dived iato the door,
cut a hole iu the floor and attacked the
fiery elements in its very iitronghold. In
fact he fought the blaze to a finish and
worsted it, and had he been there twenty
minutes before, the fire would not have
amounted to more than could have been
pliced under a market basket. There
was no need of more water as the young
man of the Phoenix crniDanv showed
good judgment at the start, but just then
the Cables came, and they had to have
their fun out of the affa r after so long a
run. and they applied the nozzle iroro the
rear. The Gilpins came, the fire was un
der control, but there b:ing apparently
no head to the department, the late com
ers were not restrained and were soon
swelling the volume of water in the cel
lar, though they had fiveu several of the
spectators a gentle wetting down first.
Ia due time, however, tiie fire wss de
clared out and the firemen retired.
The fire started from t candle in the
front portion of the basement. The
damage to building and tools and stock In
Nr. Koch 8 shop in the rear of the huw.
ment will not exc e l 1350. The Insur
ance on the building is! S500. in Lnnslev
& Knowlton's agency and the Union
company, or England, snd on the stock
$500 in Mississippi Valley and North
western Mutual compinies. Mr. Koch
lived in the second stot-y but his house-
nom meets were not injured.
The Hire lost in Kitting a resoonae
from the fire department was the subiect
of general comment among those who
were on band as soon as the fire was dis
covered. No reflections were made on
the firemen; it wss tie svstem that was
condemned and the opinion freely ex
pressed that if the co union council tier-
mi's a volunteer company to enter the
new department hou ie on ,thj city tri
angle, every alderman who votes for such
a scheme should be 1 eld uo to scorn aa
openly violating the oath he took when
be became an alderoian to guard the in
terests of the city to the best of bis abil-
ii j. iue iirsi occur ancy ol the new de
Dartment hoiiw. nk.ni.lit Ka .tiomlafi v. . u
mnt ..UU.M KJJ frUO
establishment of a (aid reliable service.
At Trinity church. Rev. R. F. Sweet,
rector. Services at 10:45 a. m.. 13 m.
and 7 p. m. At the chapel at 2:30 p. m.
At the United Presbyterian church,
preaching at 10:45 a. m. by the pastor.
Rev. II. C. Marshall. Sabbath school and
young people's meeting at the usual
times. No evening service.
At the Christian church. Rev. T.
W. Grafton will to ie for hs morning sub
ject "Gratitude for Gifts." In the even
ing the congregati n will join the union
services at the Cer tral church.
At the Central Presbyterian church,
special service in ihe morning, preaching
by the pastor. Re". Jno. H. Kerr. Sub
ject, "The Dormant Power of the Chris
tian." Sunday scuool at 0:30 a. m. Y. P.
S. C. at 6:30 p m. In the evening
will be held the t oion services embracins
the United Presb; terian. Baptist. Christ
tian and Central Presbyterian churches;
preaching by the Rev. Dr. C. E. Taylor,
of the Btotist church.
x At the First M. E. church, preaching
at 10:45 a w. by the Rev. J. C. W.
Coze, of Washington, Iowa. At 7:80 p.
m. prtiaching by the pastor, the Rev. G.
W. Gue. Evenitig discourse to railroad
men, their wives and children. The ser
vices will be ptrticipated in by other
churches in connection with toe union
services. At 3 J. m. there is to he a
union mass mee;ing in this church of all
the children in I he city who desire to at
tend. Union s jrvices during the week
in this church.
At the First Baptist church, Sandav.
Nov. 30, preacl .ing at 10:35 a m. by the
rtastor. the Fev. Dr. C. E. Taylor.
Aunday school at 9.80 a. m.. J. W.
Welch, super ntendent.' Young peo.
pie's meeting at 8:80 p. m., to be led
by Miss A. To tag, subject, "Two Piths."
Sunday school at the Forty-fourth street
chapel at 8 p. m,, Mr. C. L. Williams,
superintendent- Preaching at the
chapel at 7 p. in. For the evening ser
vice the members of the church and con
gregation are invited to join in the onion
meeting ' at the Central Presbyterian
cburcb. Sent ion by Dr. Taylor.
The tiarrlaa, Aaia.
' The suit of Garriga vs. Garrlgacame up
in the court ' of Justir Swensson this
forenoon and was decided in favor of
Mrs. Games No. 2. It will he remem
bered that a ilivorced wife of Jesse Garri
ga endeavor d to gain possession of cer
tain househo d effects, but Mrs. Garriga
No. 2 refused to relinquish her claim on
them, and to s court baa now sustained
her action. ', It will also be .remembered
that Jesse hi i now deserted wiftL No. 8.
and 4 probs Uy searching for third love.
aioune a puoaean.
t I Oar Cnstaaaara :
require no & if u. They are plea
uie quality i a our clothing and
BiMOjr & Hob
THE ROCK ISLAND
TflK LAST JOURNEY.
o esaiB er Capi. JkB u. Davis
taaiaUwrw ta ike Tuaak Kaarral T
The last earthly tribute to the dead was
paid to the remains of Capt. J. B. Datis
this afternoon at S o'clock. Services
were conducted at the late home of the
deceased on Twenty-third street near
Fifth avenue, by Rev. W. & Marquis,
who also spoke at same length of the
sterling character, the earnest christian
seal and the strong sense of right and
justice to sll always manifest in the life
of Capt. Davis. The remarks were fall
of hope and consolation to the beresved
family. There were many beautlfol
floral tokens from relatives and friends
and a large number of our citizens were
present. The psli bearers were: Dr. J.
W. Stewsrt. J. Ross Mills. J. M. Burord,
8. D. Cleland. J. M. Blakesley ar.d Dr.
W. T. Magill.
This morning at 9 o'clo k from St.
Joseph's church was held the funeral of
8tcpnen O'Connor, fourteen years old,
on of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O'Connor,
of 819 Fourth avenue. Rev. Father
Thomas Mackin xondncted the solemn
ceremonies. The pall-bearers, all young
men near the age of the deceased, were:
John Colligan, Willie Huber. Charles
Mandell. L Mulligan. John Sbean and
"A SM( Babblr."
For the past seven years farce com
edies have sprung up all over the coun
try and the foundation of them all lies in
the 8oap Bubble for the reason that this
irrepressible and laugh-provoking absurd
ity has for its plot scenes and incidents
that are familiar pictures to all. Many
of the most prominent comedians of tbe
day, and now upon tbe stage, owe tbeir
popularity and exalted positions to the
experience gained whi e playing minor
and letding parts in the Soap Bubble.
Tbe company producing this light and
airy extravsganza. which la to be at Har
per's theatre next Tuesday night. Is com
posed of leading comedians, whose artis
tic abilities in this line gain for them
great praise. The management has added
to Soap Bubble this season as a feature
for tbe edification of the public in gener
al one the most handsomely' uniformed
bands and orchestras ever seen in tbe
United States. Col. J. Bsnker Phelps,
tbe business manager of Soap Bubble,
purchased tbe uniforms in Prussia last
summer at an expense of $3,000, and also
brought to this country with him several
musicians to complete tbe organization
of one of the finest bands in tbe United
Si. W. A.
At the recent meeting or the board of
directors of tbe M. W. A. at Fu ton
owing to the absence of A. R. Talbot, of
Lincoln. Nebraska, the board did not
organize by tbe election of a permanent
president. Tbe new law makes the head
clerk secretary of tbe board . Head Con
sul Nortbcott and Head Chrk Haw'es
filed bonds and were formally given
charge of the business of those two offices.
The new board ettab isbed a supply de
partment, tbe same to be under tbe charge
of the head clerk. It was voted that all
deputies should be required to fiie a bond
ot $500, before entering upon tbe work of
organization. A benefit assessment for
December wss ordered levied, and call
ordered issued for pay meat of a per capita
tax of $1 . The next meeting of the board
will be held at the head, clerk's office,
Tuesday, December !.
Coal VaLley. Nov. 26.
Dr. Wm. B. Martin was here yester
day. James Stewart, of Clay county. Neb ,
was here yesterday.
Miss Tillie Martin closes her fall term
of school at Park school.
There was a dance at Odd Fellows' hall
on Thanksgiving eve.
Miss Reynolds, of Stewartville. is the
guest of Miss Minnie Martin today.
Miss Irene Peters left Mondsy for her
winter term of school in Bureau county.
Miss Helen Pryce leaves Saturday to
enter upon her school duties next Mon
dsy. Miss Lizzie Connor starts for Mercer
county tomorrow to commence her win
ter term of school.
Miss Nettie J. McMicbsel got badly
scalded on tbe right arm at the festival
Saturday evening by spilling a cap of hot
Tbe pump has arrived at tbe county
farm and baa been operated. It ran nine
hours constantly without lowering tbe
water. Tbe committee will teat it a
week before accepting tbe pamp. Tbe
water is artesian in tests. Tbe di-nh is
430 feet. v
The festival on Saturday eve. at tbe
Odd Fellows' ball in tbe interest of the
Presbyterian church, was quite a success.
Tbe evening was fine, tbe crowd large and
liberal, the hall being crowded. Tables
were su pplled with luxuries . There were
no novelties to catch extra pennies: noth
ing but supper, oysters, ice cream and
candies. The workers of all ages and
sizes did their duty faithfully, and tbe
visitors responded nobly to the object of
the meeting. Tbe receipts of the evening
was 108.38, and after expenditures
taken out a balance of $88 83 was left,
and since a friend donated $5.
Kavt saber rllee BaataeM.
The report or arrests made during the
month of November by tbe police depart
ment is appended:
Drunk. 11; larceny. 7; drunk and dis
orderly, ft; obtaining goods under false
pretences. 1 ; disorderly conduct, 2; inter
fering with officer. 1 ; burglary, 2; com
mon drackard, 1; cruelty to animals. 1;
assault and battery. 5; disturbing the
peace, 1; fast driving. 8; total number or
arrests, 88; state case t, 12; city cases. 28.
Jail bill. $11-
Lights out, 27.
Tramps lodged, 20.
Fines collected by Magistrals H. C.
wiviii, fee so.
Aa lsaaartaat VsaaaltatlM,
An important consultation occurred in
this city yesterday concerning the sickness
of Mrs. S. W. Wheelock, who hss been
confined to her room forabout four weeks
She baa been under tbe care of . Doctors
J. B and N. H. Wheelock. who tnougbt
proper to have counsel, and Dr. W. A.
Paul, of Rock Island, and Dr. C. E Lsn
nlng, professor in the Hahneman Medi
cal College, of Chicago, were In consulta
tion yesterday. The diagnosis and treat
ment by tbe doctors fa charge were en
dorsed, all agreeing that tbe case is of a
serious nature, but that by proper and
careful treatment she may be around again
tn a few weeks. - Prof. Leaning returned
to Chicago by the noon train yesterday.
Moline Ditpatek. .
Harm Ooal arks.
$7 75 per ton for best anthracite coal,
all sizes, delivered within city limits, 25c
per toa discount for cash. Indiana black
9.50aad Caaael coal $8 per toa delivered,
cartage added oa all orders for less than
one ton; carrying In I5e per loa extra.
The Hospital GuUd will meet at tbe
residence of Mrs. J. VL Boford Moods?.
Dao. 1, at8p.fb
11. C. CofTMAH, t1.
Another rew puff tie at LlovJ & 8tew
Satin lined tecks 8c si Simon 4Vo.
senieioet s. ..
Mufflers from 10c up at Simon A Mosen-
Woolen socks, 5c a pair, at Simon ft
A leaJer: Boys repelent waists 88c at
Simoa ft Mosenfelder's. ,
Fine holiday goods are coming in daily
at Kana ft Huckstadi's.
Mr. S. A. Lynde, of Chicago, is In the
t. . o I :
vibj iur ououay sojourn,
Lloyd ft Stewart have a beautiful line
Gold-headed g tori a silk umbrellas 94c
at Simon ft Mosenfelder's.
Call and see those fine reed and rattan
chairs st Ksnn ft Huckstadi's.
Stroking jackets, . home gowns and
bath robes at Lloyd ft Stewart's.
Low rices knock the wind out of
Huuipaiu yio Bay oimon E Mosenteldor.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Trenkenscbuh wel
comed their first born, a girl, this morn
inn. If you wsnt to save money go to Ksnn
ft Huckstscdt's, the leaders in styles and
Mrs. George Relss. ot this city, wbo has
been serloasly ill, is fast recovering her
County Clerk R. A. Donaldson and
daughter returned last evening from their
visit to Missouri.
On and after January 1. 1891. Kann ft
Huckstsedt will close tbeir house every
evening at 7 o'clock.
Mr. Adolph Geenz, the well known
farratr of Muscatine. Iowa, is in the city
visiting friends an relatives.
Lunch at Theodore Free's saloon. 700
Twelfth street, every morning from 9 to
12, Saturday nights included.
Mrs. W. W. Scott and son. Willle.have
gone to Muscatine. Ia, to spend Sunday
with Mr. Scott's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
K. Scot I.
Judge Glenn is bearing the arguments
jo a new motion in the case of the Milan
Paper company vs. Wilson in the circuit
At the First M. E. church tomorrow
niuht Rev. fS W n...
special sermon to railroad men. their wives
Clemann ft Salzmann are every day re
ceiving nw novelties in furniture for the
holidays. Just tbe place to select an or
namental aa well as useful present.
The retiring county officers are getlin"
ready to band over tbeir insignia of au'
tbority to their successors today. The
new officers tske possession Monday.
Capt. M. J. Grealish, of Rock Island
arsenal, was able to be out tba morning
for tbe first time after an Ulnm .ktoi.
has confined him to his house for thiee
Travel over th Rook .i. ua
.. .siiukv un
Thanksgiving day amounted to: Foot.
"Wi aouin, wai; lolal. 1851.
Teams, north. 647; south, 541; total.
Wm. Soulherlanit nf M
X" 11- v " aaasa IOQ
Aellie Dugan. of Davenport, were mar-
nt-u mio an ine pomp cbaracteris'ic of
Magistrate Wivill's aula or ilnino nn tk.
ceremony, Tbsnksgiving niibt.
Misa W. Peterson will from this on
until New Years, aell goods at greatly
reduced prices in order to reduce the
stock, so that with the advent of the
New Year, she may dispose of her bust-
Mr. Joarnh Kail V:.. v.
Johnson were married at Trioitt rector
"j iv p . sweet ibaokogiving eve.
Mr. Kail is an industrious fireman on the
Rock Island road and hia hrl.1- i. . n.u,
admirable young lady.
Miss Hattie Trc man n waat li iihi.t r
a pleasant birthday surpriae party at her
home on Sixth avenue last evening.
About twentv three couple were prtsent
and the evening wuiwdi in fni .-t
other forms of amusement. A splendid
upper waa served.
Some unfeelinv wpLrk An:-A T
Bear of tbe beat nart of hia Th..w.ni..
iog dinner by stealing bis turkey, and
now Mr. Bear aava if in flln. iii
around to bis.house be will give him the
cranberries, celery, oyt'ers, mince pie and
other things ""to go mil."
In deference tn tk- mvisk f n.
.wHwa v. . , UJ BJU1
and council, of Molin it
holders affected, the repr sentalivea af the
Holmes syndicate this morning decide 1 to
change tbe route of the Uoion line from
Twenty-third street esst ia Moline from
DiAa I'jdtTtnui inDon, tnus giving aa
unobstructed street to tbe cemetery.
President Walker and Director Buck
ingham, of the Holmes syndicate, are in
tbe city today on business with Supt.
Sihniiger concerning tbe power plant. A
contract will probably be let on their re
turn for tbe erection of the aereaaary
buildings on the nit of tha nl-nt v..i
avenue and Twenty-third street.
The revival meetings at the Forty
fourth Street Baotiat Chanel
Rev. Dr. Taylor, have been largely at
tended and full of interest. A laige
number have orofeaaMl .n-rt..
There will be preaching at the chapel to
morrow evening by Cbaa. T- Knox, and
on Tuesday evening next by Rev. C. E.
In obedience to an onl-r vkiph
the dav before Thankafrivtnir ik- .knn-
on tbe island have been taxed to their
utmost, and the men working over-time
since tbe receipt of tbe order to get out
.... . , . . .
urn mruuery equipments without delay
and regardless of expense. They are to
be sent to tbe neighborhood of the
Indian trouble ia the west. .
Tbe meeting at tha Central Pmh.u..
Ian chmcb last night showed that the In-
tereat in th r4l la -till 1.
- " - . MCVIB tlff
and promises well for the future. The
riuiiia was nj IM.-V. u. i. Marsbali.
Many remained for tbe after meeting and
quite a number asked for pravers f r
themselves and friends. The meetieirs
will be held next week in the Methmliat
An exchange aara: "It la a r-t m
generally known U.at every man whocar-
ro m wau.ll ai-rMUg CUTreCl UOW SISO bBS
wnu iiiui a rruaoie compass. To locate
tbe points of tbe compass by a watch.
DOlnt the hour hand In tha . ....I
south Is exactly half way between tbe
ouui uauu we uiinre ji.-1 on me watcb.
Suppose it ia eifht nVUmk (..:..
hand indicating eight to tbe sua and tbe
uKur a no idb waicn is aue suutb. If it
Is four o'clock noint thn h anil lnlij.-iiMtf
to the sun and II oa the watch ia exactly
souiu. i nis is very simple and yet it is
known to very few persons probably ia
Before MaiHatrala Wl-ill
tried tbe suit of W. J. Kerr, tbe livery
man, vs Wm Corcoran A jury waa
chosen composed of Chu lea Ezra,
J. M. Spnrr. Frank Meenan. John
Biehl.. Patrick McDonald and J. 8.
Toid. A abort time s nc tha dvfetd-
ani reniea a rtg f Mr. Kerr, and
while using it met with aa accident and
the buggy was damaged to such aa extent
that it took $21 75 to repair It. This bill
was presented to Mr nnn.nm,
refused to pay it on the ground
iw accident was BO fault of
hla. Mr. Ketr nunniuM
- - - w WW BUT im
amount of tbe damages and time lost.
ana niner incmentats ameunling ia all to
$29 20. Mr. Wm. McEniry was attor
ney for tbe plalotiO. and Maj . J. M.
Beardsley for the defease. Tae' jury
found for the plaintiff for tbe amount of
the original bill $21 75. The ease wl 1
Why take those imaseaae doses of bsb
seatlng mixtures sold as "cough syreiaV
wbea a few small doses of Dr. Bun's
Cough Syrup rd cars your cold. .
Judge Henry H. Golds borough, Balti
more. Md.. says: It gives me pleasure to
recommend SalvaUoa OQ to anyone auf
fsricj from rttuaa.Lc or other paiu.
Y. NOVEMBER 29.
We desire to give our patrons aad tha
puunc ia general notice that after Jaa
uary 1, we shall not ooea our store Rnn.
day mornings. We shall keep open late
enough Saturday night to enable all to
nasc ineir purr oases.
Sikoh ft MosivriCLDtv.
Oysters at Krell ft Math 'a.
Go to Holhrook'a. Davenport, for car-
nala .ml -ilk i
Special sale silk curtains at Tbe Adams,
822 Brady street. DaveaDort.
Tenderloin, spare ribs, pig's reel, fear
lard, etc, at Gilmore's pork house.
Bend your friends to Krell ft Math s
vi a uibo or can oi rreaa oysters.
Call and see lbs hand-carved bed room
snites at Holbrook's, Davenport.
Parlor suites and fancy chairs of every
description at Holbrook's, Daren port.
Ice cream always oa hand and served
by the dish all winter at Krell ft Math's.
A hsndaome line of book cases and
cabinets just received at Holbrook's, Dav
enport. An elegant assortment of dining tables,
chairs and bat racks at Holbrook's, Dav
enport. E. B. McKown sells hard wood la
lengths, cut or split; soft coal, lump and
nut, corner Fifteenth street and First
avenue. Telephone 1199.
Blankets, eomfortah'n - Kn.
lows rare bargains, at tha Adama, 822
urauj ainxi, La Ten port.
When von want a nUa rft.k .r u
oysters siep in to Krell ft Math s aad or.
ucr ukd np in any style.
August Gottsch will have a free loach
at his place, corner or Twelfth street and
Seventa avenue, eveaj Saturday evening
Btdroom suites, parlor suites, lounge,
fancy rockers, sideboards, dining tables;
full line at Tha A t-m aa t n .
u . . iimv
The Crown dining hall. No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue. Is now naHt t.. fi.i.k
tbe heat meal in the city for 25 cent. A.
u. auunaun, propneior.
Bear ia mind we do not null n.Vi- i-a
cream wbea cold weather sets in. aad yon
on in it in any quantity la the coldest
weather. Ru-member Krell ft Math's aad
get tbe best.
Art Invincihla Kaaiiaa .. u.i
cook stove, and Live Oak stoves, oa eaav
t m ni . - '
1 rnwt aa low aa me lowest cash
price. The Adama, 822 Brady street,
$50,000 to loan oa real estate seenrity.
In Sums Of tMI anH tir..rv .. I.
. - ,uwvat
current rates of interest, without eom-
miasioa, i.. w. llurst. Attorney at
law. Rock Island.
Reputable mercbantado not carry ahoddy
clothing. Shoddy dealers are the sharks
of tbe trade. Beware of shoddy. Gifts
and shoddy generally go together. Wbyt
It isnt much of a conundrum.
Six ox ft Mosehtbldkb-
1. K. XoxTwoaa,
The Original and rotting fan Ooatadj,
"A SOAP BUBBLE'
Br Monigonarr Pfclater. Baa
New Mitlcal Spleen,,.: Kcwotkc:
Nrw Dance! Kewjokaat
New Ballads ! New Faces t
Introducing the favorite roaip jtaa CH AS. W.
YUCNU. aeaaoned bra arfeettj
Tbe eelebratad aad kasdaoaaelj aairuraMd
Dobbin's Band and Orchestra.
PrkMl KA ... .
-cenia; nrserTaa aeaiaai
Uarper Boaac dra-ton Satardajt.
au per cent r-aaetiea for tbe rn SB dara
on ftunfteeSMl eriac Waan.
K& IC10, icit aad N14, Tklrd Are,
v BOCK ULaWO,
Ia tbe cheapest ptare hi tb eoantr id bar Car
riaaa. Baaiaa, PalMa, ous, etc.
Tod Kan ip I
Opes BuKSiea.. .!"""!"""."
1200.00 and Upward
For sale, secured oa land worth from
three to five times the amount
of tbe loaa.
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rcalUcd fraa of cbarga.
K. W. HURST,
Attorkxt at Law
Vioaa S aad Maaaal. Twainta,
ROCK IMJitm. TIX
Ro. intb aaw twk. aaS wl laaw tbe SnaTTi
raaIr2,-l!S,2Lrt,a:,"r,m- J-- a. wrMae
aJl k.,. ZLPI!7,'Bf thU atetaTttadSacen
'"w nan Hia at.
I AM J U(.
WUk Umltu aad labaraall rbiBnalSi Saw
teat So abinowa ataia of tin ejn .ma aa
Kaaaea, Piuaile . tn.n ,m aftaf
aaUB.i-alaBi toe Hula. So. Wkila taawaaaji
ftaadaeba. ye Carter Iitaa Liver ms are
qsallj Talwable la Ooaatl paUoa. ewnaw aaw era.
wanunf thtaaaaorlia eoailauai.waila law ataw
rnim nllrtana-ilMeiif ilmliama. ban aielba
aad ragTiiaietaab iaibk g-rai M laaj aala
nW froai UuadMti-MiH RntUM; bxrrta
Swttaly Ihnri nrnlaal jam aotaad b-rjaal taoaa
WboawoatiT Ibaal will Sad ta-e litta. pulaealw
bieiaeaBaBTwwTathattWr UI a4 be wlk
hsfba taaa ef aa
jv nbaewr g A t neat. Oar pilU rwie at waua
i Carki ItOe tirar VtVm are vary naaT aa4
Jjeyaaef totaaa. One ee tww pUla auaaa acaa.
Tbe are etrtot r vwraianle aad Aa not artpe
"ara. bw be fcjatr awBUeaeooa aiaaa all waa
aelaeav lanalaatSSeaaiai SraSnrlU Boat
CAST1S SJgpsCfWl COw feew Yortt;
S&UU.FILL SwULL COSE. S-Ulirc3
Aaaouace good sews to
Advices received from two of the
unrest does, maanfactarers are to the
ert that they will he pleased to rBralah
as with all the
a may aeed daring the remaiader of the
season at the vary low prices made earlier.
will be made.
This gives as a deUed blnitan
cloaks of maBufactnrera who have Vvea
BwUdcatloa of aa advaace. r T
aai.-V"! ty9t ct Walker s.
Salts and Listers- plaabea. ail -oj
wearers aad wimmled?
Hva the largest establishment Wast of ChJcagw.
FORGET THE PLACE.
CLElTOiJ & SnLZUAfJfJ,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And No. 124, 12 and 123 8ixteenth 8trt,
mona-oAUTXD rnron tstb m tTAra law.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
HOCK ISLAXD, ILla
pcnt Intert paldo. Derate. Mo- loosed o. PreowaJ. OoJ
Uteral or Real Estate Secarttj
JaVwaZTuJ T-.1??;.- aied.
aew baaA at t.aa
KANN & HUCKSTaAEDT,
No. 1911 aad ISIS fiacoad aveaoe.
Tbe Uweara ai
OIL CLOTHS. SHADES, DRAPERY, Etc.
Arcade CIGAR Store.
ASD TEMPE1UXCK BILLIARD AXD POoL nit rL
Ho. l"ui 6EO0XO ATXSTav.
laefWdCVaraeerwcte.,. Far a fwd Sc clear taJ at aW -AvHada.
M. E. MXTRRIN,
Choice Family Groceries
Cor. TVird ssvaas aad Tsraty-d)rt 8t ju-l taWa.
-ra af Orwrwrta, Ibat wOJ a,
lit opeaed Lis Kw aad Spedoas-.
.aa. itu to
1 would oe plcBAwd to ate
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
TOI-EST & ADLER
It-moT-d to 219 SeT-nUwniih fitrWi -
Use Raven Gloss Orestb
the Lest Lvdirs aWa. Krtxr
acalet, cracrs ioc injures the V-n'ts
Trr a Ult soJ be costriacoi.
OlO a a . -
Several llaea ef ladies' Bad sjtUrw's
aaderwear just opened at woBxtafeCf
LavlkBs' white sort saariao, riUsal
arms B8c, Ribbed drswers tss.
Lad ice' Katara) Wool Meriao, SOe.
New asaortmeat Drees Goods joat
p'acrd easale la As track aa aad eiaer
Camel Hairs, clew aoft doth, OctS.
Roagh arrge jaal what yoa al
Last ot the is
at tlea aad arwwa aa
at laa . artIm a . . . ..
Buy a Pair of
FOR WET WEATnn. '
Tbwnrperiathig Boot Lu t
paterit llTilng. which is Art d
udTrateTprrxt,tnsrtda tacr :
a manner aa to xnaka both C
For sal. oaly
f-::S -1 Ave.
t-rrrr Iave Iti.
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