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rjce we ask for a big lot of mixed
',,M Vlannels and Dress Trieots. .
W5 kve inst plaoed on sale one oase
L f the above Dress Flannels and
.mounting in all to over 2,600
i!f!,ti amounting in all to over 2,600
."t the one price 17Kc per yard.
C"F ' farther wish to call attention to
" linA of nhoioe dromi cmnda
" Irv desirable fabric from cheapest
"Jeoiallv strong. Having anticipated
Vfctnri- ve placed very heavy orders
. InlV na AURUou v n nro now in
,5t "" ,.- ,. tron!i from Pn n
Jf ' . Cent from the ruling prices of to-
Henriettas both in wool and silk
wsni' r,li - - . CMVUVV.
pnts which the most; casual observer
?t not tail to note.
!S OfK FANCY WORK DEPART
Sreoi.l values in antique oak and
Cherry screens and umbrella stands
ror CU.-ll.OQ to(ja,all
In plnh anuares for
-av tiniier V1
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' ml lalitr.enil style
THE H0CH I0LA1TD AIlGUa MONDAY, DECEMBER 1. lfcOO.
From onr fancy work department '
announcing the arrival of a large ship- j
mentof fabrics anrl .-y.i.
- - . v aw a vuiVWW
for making all kinds of hand-work
2yardswido, $1 ayard.
Eider down loan trin
oer rolls and saadle bags, read? for
itAVArrtft wr1t-li armlwaatV
Pincushion molds stuffed ready to
1 BKxit advsmapeon. purchase of two War lots
tinder price, embracing all styles. Tidies
aa aa w .innus rin a nw,..!
v r, V ' "u'5 en siytea. xiatee.
plasnere, sideboard waifs, table ranueis, table
centra pteeea, equate. trv oJol hen. carvlnu rWh.
lunch clothe, ff.h ttottas. In momla and plain
........ wc.k ,lra vmitniiacTTq, urswa woraand
fringed, Bnrelttea in printed IMt, pluahea, mole
l in for Lamberqntna. scarf, throws, caahiooi
and table covers.
One lot of SS Inchea wide fancy flxnred drap
ery allk. twe a yard .
Sarah aatin mail Mavk t.-u j.i...
cVuh. Late novel! lea Jor making tabla corera.
Tinted cbaniola aklna and lilk bolting cloln
. t- "ft.
a larye uaortment of basketa.
. I.rc nMortment of Baketa Jn.t aarlvrd. A btptnent of patented Book ahelvea
. m ..o.neil clirrrr wood, aoiuetnina oulte new and en low in
1718. 1714. 1718. 1718. 1730 and 1728 Bcoro Avmroi.
' -BoiMit Sheriff s Sale-
THE STOCK OF
Alexson fe Ulmark;
OF M0LINE, AT
Per Cent on the Dollar.
We will bring tbia 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 out at
lr-ss than manufacturer's prices.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1703 and 1705 Second ATenue.
A. J. SMITH & SON,
llcintn n oapaaesi
Til: tek l now replete with NoTellioa. Call and compare our atock and price.
A. J. SMITH 6c SON,
125 nd 127 Went Third Street, Opp. Masonic Temple, DAVENPORT.
f.'.TtU. 'ABttLsr. WV'MSrjitRi Ttwuc Cities.
j-.a ".r. r i
Howard Watches, Imported Watches,
H. D. FOIiSOIJ.
IGNORANCE IS BL1.S.
t ft ae Bt Hesftata IttaMa
I Aktit Prapw rir Merrtre A
HhaaBr Atiaek heTclrrRa
WALL PAPER COMPANY-
,312, 314: Twentieth St,
And Postoffice Block, Moline. BOCK ISLAND-
FINE WALL PAPER Fxrlulre apenta for the following ix lareat Wall Paper
hirnc Son. Janeway At'n., Hubert S. Hobb A oo., Iievina A Haviland. New
'i urn W all ciht Co, and Hubert Orave A Co.
SKE U K 81'BrIAuS-WhkB Includaa all the Art papers. Prieea from 10 to SO per cant
b-low other dealera.
The Union, aa waa to be expec dl fliei
to tbe defeoaj of Rock laland 'a wioa
ted ivatem of fire protection and ittempu
loexcose tbe delay of tbe firene-i io
reaching Saturdays fire on Mat We t aC)n re,
on tbe ground that "the alarmi xtert not
properly given;" that la one of tie house
two men were working and that "they
heard a bell ring and asked thece trM if it
waa a Are. The telephone garbled back
otneihingabont'M&rket iqare,'Bil ihcy
immediately puU out for that pl:ice. Tbe
experience at the other bone botises waa
imiUr.', Afler making tbia atartliog
coDfesslon as to tbe unreliability of the
present system of fire alarm hick the
Union his always defended so 1 .rarely n
connection with its advocacy of rolanteer
Oremen at more to be desired than a paid
department, it closes in this wise
strain: , ,
It there was a paid comnanv in rnn
corner and an incipient blaze should
start in some cellar will the Autos please
state how they would know anything
about it if they were not informed. At
to tbe book and ladder truck, it absence
was deplorable, if a Udder u needed
with which to c'imb up into the ce:iar.
Tbe Union is so utterly ignoi aot of the
subject it attempts to discuss that one
places bis self respect in danger in stop,
ping to discuss tbe subject with the
morning paper The public mast know,
however, if the Union don't, tl.at a re
quisite of a paid department for which
the A Rous has so long conte ided, and
which is now actually in sight it an elec
tric alarm system, which, under a paid
chief, understanding his duty, would al
ways be in repair. With this srrange-
ment Saturday the alarm wouM have beea
speedily sent from an alarm box and in
less than five minutes'time the Ore been
under control. With an electric alarm there
would have been no misun lerstanding
add no borrowed opportunity such at the
I7Mt made yesterday morni tg ; to cast
slurs and reflections on the o teratort of
the telephone exchange. Ii order to
defend the ridiculoua system of fire
protection which has beea ti e tauKhing
stock for strangers in Rock LJand for
years the Union hat once or Wica re
torted to attempts to should r the shott
comings of tbe service on oil, ers. bnt this
last effort to charge the telephone girla
with the blame it the most ueiust and
outrageous of all. The operators at the
central exchange say that thi y notified all
of tbe hose houses prompt Iv Sitardav
morning, and that they did t o agila tbia
morning, and that fully Bve minutes
elapsed before response came from any
hose house. The telephone eirlt are not
to blame; tbe blame for thv delay and
danger of tbe present systeta i charge -
ble solely to tbe city of Rncl.Ia) and which
I permits and encourages it.
The Union' t excuse for the failure of
tbe book and ladder truck to put in an
appearance at Saturday's fl in on a par
with its contemptible fling at tbe tele
j phone girls. Because then: did not hap
pen to be any use for laddt ra in this par
ticular instance does not explain the fact
that tbe truck was not there any more
than Is the public satisfied wit!) tba ex
cuse mat me team whs in use Hauling a
hearse. 'The men in charge of the hook
and ladder truck are n )t rupposed to
know whether they are wanted or not be
fore they go to a fire. Their business it
to get there and then find out whether
their services are required or cot.
This morning's alarm from the First
ward which brought out 1 be usual de
partment feats of bareback riding and
other features so highly e lifyng to pub
lic spirited citizens, was caused by tba
discovery of Are in tbe roof f a frame
dwelling at 402 Seventh s reet. owned by
John Maker and occupied by two faml'
lies, James Dowling and George Brown.
The fire, which was caust d by a defective
flue, was quickly extinguished' by tbe
Phoenix company. Tbe loss waa nomi
The large two store t uililng of John
Dougherty in Andalusia caught fire
Saturday morning, but i? aa tubdded by
And aluftia'a yaliant Are service before It
did any great damsge
DK. WEIDNEK'H SRRIRS.
:- t :
aM wf Mia Blfttw Taika Teater.
war iftrHM-av, Kerr ct rallaw
-ev. . rreaekra to Hallrwaal
Tb usual large audience of young men
Cieeted Pro. Weldner at hit closing lec
ture la th bible lecture series at the T.
M. C. A. rooms yesterday afternoon. He
begat by saying that In this wide-awaks
age it would aot do for a man to believe
thing simply because hU father did. but
each mutt search and be assured for him
self, and particularly is this so because it
It the tendency of all literature today to
attack the bible. Be then briefly re
viewed his two former lectures, empba
siiing tbe facts and principles that bad
been brought out and stated the intention
of applying these to one book at an ob
ject lesson . Of seven books In the new
testament to which objections had been
made, tbe epistle to the Hebrews had beea
very greatly discussed. The lecture
would bo devoted to two objects; first, to
apply the principles rehearsed to this
book, to do. a Utile "higher criticism"
ourselves, only not coming to the book ss
the higher cr.tlcs do, to doubt, but corns
ing with ready minds to receive; snd this
in order to show how we can solve these
difficult quettiens ourselves. - Second, to
give a limit of how to study the bible.
The ususl method of finding out about a
book It to go to commentaries and find
what thia or that man tayt about it; the
right way la to take the principles that
guided the commentator and apply them
for ourselves. Be then took up the ques
tion, "What Right has the Epistle to the
Hebrews to be-ln thtfBtble." and gave as the
first point that in order that one be In po
sition to discuss this question the bock
must be read, and that at one tkne he
showed that a translation of the . book.
as a part of the bible, bad been made as
early as ISO A. D.; that it was slwsys
present in the oldest manuscripts; that it
had been greatly discus Md from 170 A.
D. to 870 A D., but only in the western
chinch; that it was very early quoted as
a part of the bible. Tbe Internal evi
dences were abundant. These evidences
are found by questioning tbe book. They
prove that the book it in line with all
other scripture. It throws great light on
tbe old testament; It etaultt Jesut Christ,
is evidently greatly ased by the spirit,
particularly applicable to Jewa and Jew
ish Christiana and to on . These and
many other points were eitablished on
the statements of the book. The ques
Uons of authorship and to whom written
were discussed, from the statements of
the book and with citations from early
church writers. It was shown that the
inspiration of the book and its right to a
place in the bible did aot depend upon
who wrote it or to whom written. Dr.
Weidner closed with an outline of the
book as toconlents. After -the lecture
there were many questions askod and
The lecture series will be continued
each Sunday afternoon. Rev. J. H. Kerr
taking the next four afternoons, having!
for his subject the books of tbe bible.
showing their unity. Tbe first lecture
will deal with the old testament.
There waa a large congregation at tbe
First M. . church last evening, a goodly
portion of which waa railroad aaeo. Rev.
O. W. Que prearhed a sermon which had
been prepared especially for the railroad
men, la which be spoke of the dangers,
deprivations and hardships of their woik
and urged Godliness aa tbe essential over
ruling principle of those engaged in rail
roading as in tbe other callings of life.
A FATAL MISSTEP.
saar I ateae-r Meets Wllfc sr era-
liar m Diwireaalnar AerMnl He-
aaltlwa- la H ! Oral a Vealerelay
Leonard L. Reger. foreman of the asr
shop at Rock Island arsenal, met
with a peculiarly distressing accident
Saturday evening, which resulted in his
death at tbe hospital on the island at 4
o'clock yesterday morning. He was
standing at the rear door of the harness
shop after tbe hour of quitting work. bis
feet resting upon a plank that composed
the step there. He was addressed by
one of hit men concerning some of the
work that was urgently demanded in
connection with tbe Indian troubles In
the northwest, snd In turning bis foot
slipped on tbe step, he fell, snd his head
came la contact with a atone in the yard
below. A deep gash wat cat in the skull
and he lay there uncontcious. - Be was
taken up snd carried to the arsenal hos
pital where he was given all the attention
possible. Post Surgeon Craig wss sum
moned from Rock Island, and tbe suffers
er't wife, a bride only a few month ago,
was called from her home in Davenport
Drt. Kulp and Adams, of that city, were
also summoned later, and the examina
tion of the unconscious man was proceed
ed with. It waa foond that his skull was
frsctured upon the left side, and that he
had also sustained two severe scalp
wounds. Trephining was sttempted. but
had to be sbandoned on account of bis
rapidly falling condition. He sank stead
ily until 4 o'c'ock yesterday morning
when death claimed htm.
Tbe Davenport Democrat of yesterday
morning taid of htm:
Mr. Rger was known to nmt of the
people of thlt city. He hat lived here
for mtny years, and for twelve or fifteeo
years of that time be has been emploved
in the hainetashop of the arsenal.' being
master harness maker for s imelhing like
eight years of tbe time. He was a good
workman, and a very t leaaanL cental
companion, with pleasant words for all.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Syrupy
Acts quickly, it perfectly tafe and never falit to cure all Long troubles.
TRY IT. 10c, 25c and 50o Bottles.
Medicine kaowa tor all Kidney, Lon and Btoaaaca treaties. Is .
Thomas Kidney and Liver Pills.
6c a Bottle Samples free.
T. H. THOIIAS,
xae Siaverwar win l:xae-etel to
Calls Haoeial Kleetiea flsr rnsaer
f the Leglalatare la thin IMatrlet.
W. C. Collins, whose ineligibility to the
seat in the legislature to "whkl he re
ceived a sufficient aum'ier of votes No
vember 4 to entitle him. wss
fully established t y tbe Abods,
today sent to Governor Fifer his resigns
tion. Tbe object of tl is move is to en
able tbe governor to cs II a special election
I between this and Jan. 1. tbut involving
an outlay of $3,000. Hut thia the gover
nor cannot do aa tuck t move would only
complicate matters, at John A. Wilton is
I now legally entitled to the seat Collins
would have baa bad b been eligible.
WINTER CQi:iK6 SURK.
TheTrsaprrataret Url Daws Clean
a Kerw fcr Taaaoi-ravT Mara lac
Cold weather appea rs to be coming la
reality With the advei.t of the first month
of tbe winter months. This afternoon
the signal servicejadv isec tbe Aaeos to
hoist the cold wave s gnat with the pie-
diction that the ten peiature would f o
down . to 10 above . tern by tomorrow
The Head mt Death.
Jeremiah L. Bard died at his home,
817 Twenty-third street at 11 o'clock
yesterday morning r Sright's dis
Deceased bad been a resident of Rock
Island since 1854. i Bs waa bora in
i Springfield, N.T., Hay S. 1818, and was
therefore in bis sevt sty third year. Be
leaves with his wide w six children: Mrs
E. C. Murpbv. Mm Daisy L. Waldo,
Mrs. E. 8. Bolimat Leon and Miss Bes
sie. Mr. Hardy wis a modest, Unas urn
ing gentleman whote b-t friends
those who were be t acquainted with his
nature. . - k -
The funeral will be held from . Trinity
chorea at 10 o'cloc'c to'norrow morning.
Guslave Nassau , proprietor of
First avenue noiei so jrust avenue . a&
Twentieth street, led Jest night agt
thirty-three. - The remains waca taken f.
charge by Cnderts ter MTJeef srEJ
convey them to Lt ClaSte f ' j
The tsiaae lMrretarjr Caawaaaera aUtl
aaata the Waaahrr ar rwala la lack
lalaae at ..
A short time since the A Rous reported
that notwithstanding that the figures of
the centra enumerators greatly dimin'
ished Rock Island's population from what
it waa expected It would be placing the
number at 13.000 the Stone directory
canvassers would show the city to have
at least 17.000 Mr. Stone and his ener
getic corps have so far aJyanced in the
compilation of tbe returns of the can
vassers aa to aOord an opportunity to
enumerate the names that will appear in
tbe forthcoming directory and tbe count
ahows 9.000 names. In this connection
it should be remembered that only males
over twenty one years of age are noted, ex
cept those engaged in earning a livelihood.
Using therefore tbe common multiple of
2 to every name. Rack Island's popula
tion will be shown by tbe new directory
to have at the least calculation 22,000.
which is much nearer the correct figures
than 13.000 aa shown by the unreliable,
incomplete and inefficient work of tbe
Mr. Stone's forces have used greu dili
gence in their canvass and while they
have not recorded anyone who does not
properly belongln a directory, tbey have
beea careful to include all who ahould
legitimately be shown in a directory of
Willi Thompson, son of A. W. Thomp.
son, was ran over by a bone and cart on
Second avenue Saturdsj night, but
strange to say. was not hurt beyond a
fsw bruises. -
A boy named Texmaa. living on Fif
teeath street between Third and Fourth
avenues, had hit left leg fractured by a
kick from a colt yesterday morning. Dr.
Eyster attended the sufferer snd reduced
Ex-PoUcemah Peter Log, now a team
ster for the Rock Island Lumber company.
attempted by lying down on a load of
lumber to drive ander a bridge ia the
lumber yards which permits of a boat sla
inches above aa ordinary load to clear.
Saturday, w sen n was too lata ijog
found there was more of him than he aa
tictpated, and la order to get him out
alive it wss necessary to remove soma of
the boards of the driveway and soma of
the boards on the load. Logo was taken
home a wiser man for his squeezing. He
is all right today.
t? 73 per ton for. beat aathraclte coaL
all sizes, delivered within city limits, 23c
per ton discount for cash. Indiana black
94 60 sad Cannel coal to par ton delivered.
cartage added oa all orders for less -than
oae ton; carrying la S3e per ton extra.
. q. rnaxxn.
Xxquitit copies of taaj greatsat paial
tags caa be secured at Hawblngera West
Second street art store, Davenport, lit
is the number.
Bave yon . see these element aatta
painted novelties la rooto-tap caass ia
Iheja-iadowt of UaeUnrtr. the Devaa
port art rlttUer. They era haaaal aad
First dsy of the cslendsr winter.
The board of supervisors meets tomor
Bon. B. T. Cable went '.o Chicago
Art at Buebinger'a. lit west St con d
Special bargains in black drees roods
at McCabe Bros', all ibis week.
For all kinds of art snd art materials
go to Huebinger's art gallery.
Mr. J. J. Reimera has returned from
his extended trip west and southwest
Ant'cipste your wants In dress cnods
while present prices prevail at McCabe
Art novelties of all kindt at Huebine-
r'e. 119 west Second street Davenport,
One esse each drcrs fl mnels and I'reas
trioou go at 17, i a yard, at McCabe
When you are la Davenport look at
tbe beautiful art novelties io Huebinger's
A big lot of late novelties for all kin's
of fancy work just opened in McCabe
tsro . fancy work department.
Go to Buebineers. Davennort for the
finest work in tbe photographers' Iine.119
t est second street.
Bigh art noveltiea just pi seed on sale
ia McCabe Bros', fancy work department
i or mote ana r jom aecorattons.
Beautiful hand painted plaques (Im
ported from Munich, Germsny). Come
and see them. Buebinger's art gallerv.
asias cauienne iiawes nas accepted a
position la her father's office as head
clerk of the Modern Wcodmen at Ful
Fred Appelquist will hsve a fine rabbit
unch all day tomorrow commencing at
9 a. m. He invites bis friend to call and
i ne young ladies of the Ninth street
church give a sociable at tbe church to
morrow night to which tbey Invite all
Mr. H. E. Caateel, chief clerk in the
office of Bead Clerk Hawes of the Modern
Woodmen at Fulton, came down to sriend
Sunday with his family.
The early closing of Rock Ilnd stores
ill be inaugurated tonight. Moat of
our merchants hsve appended their sigba
lures io ins agree menu
The ladies of the Baptist church will
serve supper at Armory hall on Thursday
irom o nntu i, and lurxey dinner on Fri
day from 11:30 to 1:30. An interesting
literary programme baa been arranged
tor eacn evening.
The contract of tbe Brush Electric
Light company with tbe city terminated
last night and the Merchants company ia
expected to eater noon the fulfillment of
Its contract Toe glimmer from the
tower tope will be seen no more. ,
Mr. Henry Von Ach. of Andalusia, was
in the city today. Mr. Von Ach hat
been making some substantial improve
ments about his place of business in Aa-
dalusia of Ute. having remodeled it and
put it In general repair throughout.
James Maucker leaves ton iff bt for
Sandwich, 111., to examine a gymnasium
outnt with a view of purchasing it for
the Rock Island Athletic club. The out
fit belongs to a disbanded club, ia as
good aa new and Mr. Maucker caa get it
UueotngeT. tba tbe wen-known art
dealer ia Davenport baa undoubtedly the
largest ana nnest collection of One etch
ings, tteel engravings, pastel engravings
rrooa original paintings, etc.. In the tri
ciues. iau a no sea aim snn yoc may
t-'rop Uorrespondect Campbel. s report
for November plsxs the per centace of
the crop of corn at compared wits
year at oo, the average price per buabtl
43 cents; tbe per antage of rye com pared
wim last year, 73; peace a r bushel. (10
cents: percentage of tbe oats product 70;
price per ousnei. u cents; toe percen
tage of the potato crop compared with
last year, 80; average price per butbel
fl; percentage of tbe hsy product SO
price per ton. 98.50; area of winter
wheat sown compared with lbs fall of
1889, 89; average condition December 1
Thia morning Coanty Clerk Donaldson
tamed over bis office to Clerk-elect Rob
lev and Sheriff Silvia surrendered to Shers
I B -elect Gordon. This efteraoon County
Treasurer Bchafer retired in favor of
Treasurer-elect Campbell and Conn
iy ouperiaieaoeni eoauiwej gave
way io DUfonaietaen a-iect U. B
Marshall. The four ofUcers named
a bora are bow formally Installed ia tbrlr
respective offices. M swa. Dtmaldson
and Silvia remain with their successors
foretime st the requratof the latter,
Mr. Bchafer will return to bit home at
Fort Byroa. and Mr. Southwell has sc
eepted a poaiUoa as Instructor of physi
ology ana aigeoraai ute tugn eraooi.
boat 11 o'clock thia morning a stranf-
ercooiy tooa a ate caiacaiue coat aad
vast off one of tbe dammiea ia front of
Goldsmith's clothing store oa Second
avenue aad calmly walked on dowa tbe
avaaue with the atolea goods eader his
ana. Aianywhosaw tbe theft ii
dlately advised Ui. Gotdaeolta. who pat
ef.ar Oa Clef, bat word had tn ta rvaaa-
quarters by telephoee. aad Deoutv Mar
shal Long overhauled Ike thief as he
passed tbe station. He gave his name
as Joha Rich and said bs had stolen the
clothing for the express purpose of gets
ting locked no for the winter. The
county ought u nave a rock pile for
such Issy depraved wretches.
Tour friend appreciates nolhiaf mora
for a holiday present then a photograph
of yourself. Bueblnger. the Davenport
photographer tad art dealer, does tbe
nest work in thst line, aad he is now
giving sway with every dosen of pictures
very nne sstin band painted photograph
case. It is a beautiful present
Oysters at Krell St Math's.
Go to Holbrook's, Davenport for car
pels and silk cnrUins.
Send your friends to Krell A. Math's
for a dish or caa of fresh oysters.
Call and see tbe hsnd-csrred bed room
suites st Bolbrook's, Davenport.
Parlor suites and fancv chairs of ever
description at Holbrook's, Davenport
Ice cream alwavs on hand and served
by the dish all winter at Kiell A Math's.
A hsndsome line of book cases and
cabinets (ust received at Holbrook's, Davenport
An elegant assortment of dining tables.
chain aad hat racks at Holbrook's. Dav
E. B. McKown sells hard wood la
lengths, cut or split; soft coal, lump and
nut corner Fifteenth street and First
avenue. Telephone 1198.
When you want a nice dish of fresh
oysters step in to Krell A Math's and or
der them up la any style.- (
The Crown dining hslL No. 1708 Seaw
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish you
the beet meal in the city for 23 cents. A.
i. Joonson, proprietor.
Benr in mind we do not quit making Ise
cream when cold weather eels In. snd yoa
can get it in sny quantity In the coldest
earner. Kcmemner Krell & Math s and
get the best
$50,000 to loan on real estata arenritv.
in sums of $200 snd upward, at lowest
current rates of Interest without com
mission, K. W. Hurst Attorney at
lew, Rock Island.
clothing. Shoddy dealers are tbe sharks
of the trade. Beware of shoddy. Gifts
and ahoddy generally go Ugether. Whyf
ii isn i mucn or a conundrum.
Smoif A VossxrxLDts,
Burble ger. tbe srt dealer. .119 West
Second street Davenport has this week
received some of the finest pieces of srt
work, pictures snd stationery ever showa
In this vicinity. Copnoissenrt pronounce
them very fine indeed.
Judge Benrv H. Ool.laburouzh. Balti
more, Md.. says: It gives me pleasure to
recommend Salvation Oil to anyone suf
fering from rheumatic or other pains.
Statuary of all kinds at Hueblncer's.
119 west Second street Davenport.
I. K. Moaraeea,
The Original and roaring Fare Coated.
"A SOAP BUBBLE '
My Moatgoaaary Painter, Eej
New M a.leal seleetton. ! New Soswe 1
New Dance: NewJokee!
New Ballads ! New Faces !
Introducing tbe favorite coa.Jiaa OH Ai W.
ToCNO. eaeported kr a erfeetly
Tbe celehratad aad handsomely an I funned
Dobbin's Band and Orchestra.
Prirea-SS. M ami THr.nl..
mrper uonae arngeiore aalardmjr.
su per cent red net loo for the next SO dars
oa Boggteaaad Spring Wagoae.
Mo. 1S10, 161 aad 114, Third Ara
Ia the cheapest pure In the eoemtf to ha Car
riages, Baxstea, Palate, Oua, etc.
... as7 aa
1200.00 and Upward
For tale, secured oa land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interest T ear cent anal aaaaall. mlWtl .a
vwmcw irae, aa cnanra.
E. W. HURST,
Attobnit at Law
Kansas 1 aad 4 Maawade Tees pie.
ROTK WIJ.WD. TLL
The Little Jewel
HAVE YOU SEEN IT 1
If yoa want a lamp of any k!nd. It
will pay yoa to sea what I have. The
range In price ia from 19 casta up. and
the variety snd style Is jtst as great.
LOOS Li T.
Caiea ana Cum,
Mr Bscsad A
My, AiS. 3020
Aaaonace gnol news to
fccatliiiSartisaal reMoeeaB t
eWnt ea a btllewa aula of Ilia aju . aaidi as
tmlnai. Pmaalnaan. piau aAae
anttna. t-aua ta tba Btde, a a. Wkm UMtreaawl
as awceaas has baaa ahowa aa anawaa
fiasaaeaa. Vrt OsrWn UrOa fjear RTIt Bra
atroaUr TilaaMe la OsnatlpMlaa. noni and saw.
aialiai taMuanrliieoaBilatat.whikt laawaaaa
eaiaaaUdauiViaof an 1nim.lil.iaw
eaasaawlilata.hiiwiai Itm Mlliaj aalj
anuar trom tale itiatti laa wpamat: awtfarea.
aoeaMwtrTiaweawUl Sad tawa but. puhtvara.
aUebaaoaDaarwara that the wiU ana ha wik
Itng soda Witbowl t a nan. BaaamWallatAanaat
JsthabsBsef swsMurrBves that hh1wi
War ntUacsuwtt whiht
2 Cloak Buyers.
AA llrsM ShaaMlsawkwl a - a .a
- a-kwj iiwai ,wsj oi mm
I UraTMt rlna.tr SHaattf. .a .
-aapv Witvcj Bfaj w aa
effect that they witl be pleased ta farniah
Baas aarlala, 11 it.
wsw w. ivmi as4l UB
wa msy aeed dortag the rrmaiader of the
lum very low prices made earlier.
NO ADVA ECU
will be mada.
This rives aa a AIAA -J- .
LTh"1" ho are baying their
-v.tUv..tn ww aMJTaaca. .
Oar iravau a. tsr.ii
8.JU' and Llaiera- pi u. bra. all good
"tn auiu warraaieo.
Severs) llaes of Isdias a4 .rm'a
aaderwear jast opeoed at pm&mtdj
Ladies' while soft swariao, rOhe4
arms c. Ribbed drawers 6As.
Ladies' Salami Wool Mero, sOe.
Sew asaostsacat Drras Oaads jest
placed wasaM ia AsUacaaa aad oihar
Camel Hairs, slra soft doth. 60r1a
iloarh serges Joel what yoa need
for a stylish dreae.
LeM ot the irasoeL
I lr Liula Llrr Prrla are ary avail awd
aiaj atiim ua.wwwMg.an.il aaaw.
TlH7ar.MiietireUbl.aaddo aa anpa cw
fow bot by U4r I7"leacaa ptaaasaU wka
aaatlaaaa. lavulealMeentat tlcwIL Bohi
ttr dram tel. aeaij aaaia, ar aaat av wnL
CAKTCR samsritaia en. vmw.
mLPLL SMALL DOSE. SiULL PRICE
Rock Island. Illinoio.
CLEMANN & SALZEIAKIJ,
THE port LAa
Furniture and Carpet Dealers
Have the largest astahllshmant Waat of Caioaga.
DONT FORGET THE PLACE.
clem ahn & snLzanun
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Noa. 124, 126 and 128 Slxtaenth 8tit.
taCoBTOtUTBO OTDKB TBE TBI ST4TB LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
BOCK ISLASD, ILL.,
rivapar oent iaUrast paid oa Deposits. MoMyloaaado ParaoaaX Co.
Istaral. or Real Estata Saoarity
. p. aiTitoLDt. fw. r c. DixcaAxa. ricrw. . bcpoxo,
P. U aacaelL B '.llwUt. JVC. Dk.a. , . rvaha C P Lradw.
J. J.JUaw U.taw. E. T. Harv4. J. M. SaJeea. waw
1. lata, aad win axip, awwkiag raeei sntk httteaB a Lrwd.
HELLO, CENTRAL ?
KANN & HUCKSTAEDT,
Ko. 1811 aad ISIS Secoad avaaoe.
TW Liaiiri h aff lea aad price, an
OIL CLOTHS, SHADES, DBAPERY, Etc.
fluprlilet mt the
Arcade CIGAR Store
AXD TEMPERAXCE BIT .TURD AND POOL HILL,
Ko. lata) S ECO NT) AVE5XT.
Iaaperted Clears a epertahr. pee a (eod V dear call at the "Arcade."
m:. e. murrin,
Dealer la .
Choice Family Groceries
Cor. Third area as and Tsreaty-trBt Bt, Back LOaai.
llmelMHwtef SwertelaaalttWaMalaMau arkm . .
lias opeaad his New aad rpactoas
No. 1C20 to 1626 Third arenas,
here he wouU be pleased to are his Meeds.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOIiN & ADLER
HmoTd to 219 SwTenteentii 8ut
Buy a Pair of
FOR VET WEATUEH.
TbecppertntLi. Boot bxa a.
patent lining. wUch is Add, C3
-nd Waterprroof, tntvertod tamicii
a manner as to oaks both fret
U Rma ClOSt DrtMisj, and back ab-olotclx
the ItA fd Uln hhocv Never T7atCrprOO
scales, cracks aor injures the Icalbct.
Try a bottle and Le cottvinced. Foe asls only hj
Pino Eoots and Slicc3,
1 ' I
C2i t ccags-'.xui to rcll.t