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th rrice we ask for a big lot of mixed
n,. 's Flannels and Dress Tricots.
V,'e have jnst placed on saleonecase
eh of the above Dress Flannels and
fi-ots amounting in all to over 2,600
..rds at the one price 17Ho per yard.
comment is unnecessary.
' We further wish to call attention to
nnr very large lire of choioe dress goods
in every desirable fabric from cheapest
to best" In black dress goods we are
especially strong. Having anticipated
the future- we placed very heavy orders
last July and August. We are now in
position to save our patrons from SO to
05 per cent from the ruling prices of to
day. In black mohairs, black Tserges.
Hack Henriettas both in wool and silk
warp we are prepared to offer induce
ments which the most: casual observer
mnst not fail to note.
IS OUR FANCY WORK DEPART
MENT. Sppcial values in antique oak and
cherry screens and umbrella stands
wav under price.
Orli-titml silk mhrolder1 aqtmres, Snztanne
sqnnmi. Annnv.ui (quire for curhion t.ipe, all
LricrK from 10e up.
-pc. il valors nri styles In plash square for
ilumbrrand lonngitg pillow.
A laree assortments Basket Just aarlv d.
from j "u'tmiin tuiie uew aim very iuw in price, aw, j,c ana vuc
1713. 1714. 1716. 1718. 1720 and 1723 Skcokd A yen us.
-Bought At Sheriffs Sale-
THE STOCK OF
Alexson & Ulmark
OF MOLINE. AT
Per Cent on the Dollar.
We will briog this stock to our stores tbis week. They
liad a 3,000 of Stationary, Blank Books, Plnah Goods
Novels and Sporting Goods, which we will close out at
less than raanuf tctnrer's prices.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1703 and 1705 8econd Avenue.
Copper-Smithing, Sheet Iron, Gas and
Steam Fitting, Also Sewer work. .
BAKER & HOUSMAN,
Opposite Hahpib Hodsk.
Howard Watches, Imported Watches,
H. D. FOsLSOM.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Acu quickly, is perfectly safe mod
Medicine known tor all Kidney, IDg and Stomach trouble, la
Thomas Kidney and Liver Pills.
6c a Bottle Samples free.
From our fanoy work department
announcing the arrival of a large ship
ment of fabrics and materials suitable
for making all kinds of hand-work
BEST FELT -S
yards wide, $1 a yard. ,'--
Eider down loungingcushions, slum
ber rolls and saddle bags, ready for
covering with plush or silk.
Pin cushion molds stuffed ready to
A moat advanta; eon purchase of two big lots
way undrr pric-, embracing all styles. Tidle.
splashers, sideboard scarf, table runners, table
centra pieces, squares, tray elot he. earring cloths,
lunch clothes, nsh rlotba. In tnomle and plain
linen, hemstitched emhroicVrerl. drawn work and
fringed, novelties In printed silks, plushes, mole
ii ins for Lamherqnins. scarfs, throw, cushions
and table covers.
One lot of si Inches wide fancy Scared drap
ery silk. .1c a yard.
Hnrsta aatin, mall cloth. Junta cloth and crepe
cloth. Late novelties for making table covers,
scarf and throw.
Tinted cbamol skin and silk bolting clotn
A large assortment of basket.
A'shtrraint of patented Book shelve
for the Celebrated
never fail to cure all Long troubles.
10c, 25c and 00c Bottle.
Drnsiat, Eoci lz
JUST AS PREDICTED.
he Republican Wheel arses Call
a Convention- V '
The cM, , .''"" " ' '
. .W W-.,VV
fa SJaver aa that li...k
emaa' .-aad.a-y-Thln Xrata
The republican bouse in leferenc to
Whose order W. C. Collio i forwar jed
to Governer Fifer yesterday bit resigna
tion of any scat in the legisla iire e stated
in last night's Argus, cal'ed a meeting of
the republican committee of the Twe-jty-
rei senatorial district in th t ptrlors of
the Harper this morning. It was the
aim that the meeting should ft strictly
private, and it was or J. red that the
Argus should !rn notbii e of Hie pro
ceedings, but the atremil at serrecr
amounted to as much as i be effort yes
terday to smother up the fact of Collins'
resignation for the present.
At this -morning's committee met line
Hon. H. V. Fisher of Geneio. acting as
proxy for Mr. F. H. Mca rihur of Cam
bridge, was elected chairman and C F.
Gaeijer of this city was secretary. The
committee merely carried out a line of
wcrk blocked out by tb i bosses, and
called a convention at Ca nhririm TW
16th, "to nominate a mrm'ier of the leg-
ismture on account of the resignation of
F. H. Mc Arthur of Henry county, was
elect. d permanent chairman of the com
mittee, and C. F. Gaelier of Rock Island
The committee's action -will be by most
people rightly considered premature aa
the governor call for a aiiecial election
had not been received st the tinw the
commi.tee met,'and that 'vas the reason
of the desired secrecy. Many are ln
cliqed to the belief that tl e governor will
not call a special election as there is no
ground for oec The resignation of Mr.
Collins is simply a confession of bis in
eligibility and tinder diets circumstances
II ballots for him are void and J. A.
Wilson receiving the next highest num
ber of voles cast, is the la mber-eleet.
Collins' non-residence here within t the
past five years is not only proof of bis in
eligibility, however, as tl e tickets bearing
his name were, owing to the stupidity of
the printer, illegal, not having the re
quired blank space under bis name to
write another name if dedred.
Collins was seen this norning. but de
clined to talk of the situation other thin
to say that he had resigned and to inti
mate that be bad not done so in deference
to his own inclinations. The order which
necessitated his resigns lion, he might
with truth have said, catse from outside
of Rock Island from Ling Jones of the
republican state central committee.
Murs r Ike l ali a's lillorr.
The morning paper ii becomiag ex
tremely desperate over its fruitless at-
empt to obstruct the progress of the
piid fire department policy in Rock Itl-
aa 1 and tbis morning p turs forth a great
quantity of bile at the J.rgcs. It is to
be hoped the morning riper will not ex
perience another such i,n attack until the
cr l i weather passes at least, as bile is the
only substitute it po8sussforbraina, and
repeated loss might result in complete
instead of partial imbecility. In tbis
morning's issue, after f ttemptlng to dis
cuss tbepaid department issue in a light
which is aimed to be d sparaging thereto,
tbis excuse for a riodern newspaper
refers to the A Rous an i comments in tbis
One argument it makes in support of
this project is that the chief would see
that the alarms were t ept in orler, and
could give bis whole s Uention to matters
concerning the department. Now, what
is to hinder having this system of alarms
and of having a cbief and assistant chief
with nothing else to do but keep tbem in
order and look after Die affairs of the va
rious volunteer companies? Experience
has shown that the telephones cannot be
relied upon to giv a prompt alarm.
These officers could :tee that the ltnea
connecting with the hose homes were
kept in perfect order, as a'so everything
appet tattling to the department, and all
the extra expense there would lie, would
be the wsees of these two men. and the
service would be grei.tly improved.
The Arocs bas pused judgment on
such a course before md public opinion
has sustained tie view ' taken
by the Argus that it . would
be an impossibility fur a paid chief
to secure disci; lire in the ranks of
volunteers over whii b his control was not
absolute. The t"iu' n' admission that an
electric alarm and a chief who can be re
lied upon are desirable, is a concession
hardly consistent wi th its past course, and
the Argcb is glad to see so much of a
move in the right direction, though the
Union is no doubt 1,'norant itself of the
fact that its inclina jons are accidentally
on the aide of progi s and solid improve
ment. A paid department throughout
with electric alarm, paid chief and at
least two paid con panies, cne for the
Book and ladder tr ick and one for a suit
able hose apparatus at the outset is the
only solution of th! present fire depart
ment predicament, and the next city coun
cil will see the necessity of providing It,
if the present does not desire the credit of
inaugurating the system. The Arocs
would not be sur irised, however, to see
the change made liefore the retirement of
the present slderrr anic body.
Hlmlaatarr ?aventlaa .
A foreign miss onary convention will
be held in the Central Presbyterian
church under the auspices of District No.
2. Rock River Pnabytery tomorrow be
ginning at 10:30 a. m. and continuing
throughout the duy. The morning ses
sion will open who a prayer meeting fol
lowing which will come papers on "The
Field," by F. V. Lang; "The Work."
Rev. J. B. Little, Davenport; and 'The
Workers." Rev. r. M. Linn, Geneaeo.
In (he af ternot n at 2 o'clock Re. T.
R. Johnson, of I dgington, will present a
paper on "The Jiving Messengers;". W.
M. Stewart, on ' The Student Volunteer
Movement;" Rev, J. H. Kerr, "Our For.
eign Mission Board;" Mrs. J. R. Mil's,
"Woman's Woik;" Mis McLaughlin,
Milan. "Young People's Work." There
will also be J. general discussion on
"Methods of Raising Money," and at 4
o'clock acbildrea's meeting, to which all
children are invt ted.
At 7:30 p. m. there will be an address
on the subject o '. foreign missions by Rey.
Thos. Marshall, of St. Louis, who recent'
mad a tour of the m salon station of the
world, and who has just been appointed
fleldsecretary to the Board ot .Foreign
Missions of tb Presbyterian church.
A cordial Invitation is extended to the
public to all tbte services.
..Beautiful hi sd painted plaques
ported from Minich. Germany). CotO
and see then.? flueblng jr'sart f "ry.
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TILE I.OCJX IBliAUli
IS IT LOST AT LAST?
A New Question Arises as to the
- "VladicL ' .
Oae Uitle Caraer lt Hay Yet-Ia-valTe
the IMay If the L.m r the
A new point of dispute has arisen as to j
the viaduct which threaten to jeopardise
the great project. The government hav
ing received the various deed of convey
aoce to it of the lands necessary for the
erection of the viaduct, asked the ced
ing ot certain other advantages, one of
which was a deed across the Rock Island
railroaj tracks which Prcs dent Cable
promptly made, and another concerned a
lot at the noithweat corner of Third ave
nue and Twenty fourth street. This lot,
150x59 feet, wa transferred by Dirt &
Gregg to the city of of Rock Islmd a
number of years ago for street purposes
for all time to come. The city deeded
fifteen eel to the government for the vi
aduct, but this the governmen refused to
accept subject to the condition above
mentioned. The mayor and others have
seen the Messrs. Dirt and aked them to
clear th j title and give a quit claim deed
to the twenty-eight and one-half feet
trip, but they refuse to dn it on the
ground that it will endanger the shutting
off of the use of the street and thus dam
aging their property.
The imperative need of the viaduct
which is now in danger of being thwarted,
was demonstrated atsin last niebt when
a freight car crashed into car -10 of the
bridge line tearing off a portion of the
rear end, but doing no serious damage.
The gates had been down, when the gate
tender mistaking a signal from the switch
man, raised the gates to let the car over.
It had cleared all but the last track when
the collison occurred. The gates no
doubt save many such accidents, but as
has been repeatedly stated, the viaduct is
the only sure protection to the public
James W. Rich, the coat and vest thief,
was held in bonds of f 350 to the circuit
Some thief stole a number of tools be
longing to a man named W. . Bailey at
the new Y. M. C. A. building last night.
A gentle downfall of snow this after
noon. "A Soap Bubble," at the theatre to
night. Preaching this evening at 8ouih Park
Mr. J. F. Ryan, of Cable, was in the
Fur capes and muffs of all descriptions
at Bennett 'a.
Max Kanix. of Turner ball, is very ill
with typhoid fever.
Tenderloin, spare ribs, pig's feet, leaf
leard, etc., at Gilmore's pork house.
Everything in fine gloves and mitten
suitable for Christmas at Bennett's.
The board of supervisors convened this
afternoon in regular December session.
anted Pastry cook at Rock Island
bouse. Apply at once. C. G. Gaver,
Mr. E. L. Sommers. formeily . of this
city, but now of Chicago, was is the city
over Sunday visiting relatives.
All those knowing themselves Indebted
to Geo. Barker will please cell on him
and settle at his new office in Buford
Geo. Barker, the ice man, has removed
his office from No. IMS Second avenue to
Buford block, corner Second avenue and
Stamp Deputy M. Lee Gait' collec
tion for November were from the fol
lowing sources: Beer, $3,997; dears.
tobacco. 75.40; total, f 3.519.90.
The I7u ha adopted the plan in
augurated by the A noes two years ago
or boiating the cold wave aienal when
mdical decline in the temperature ia pre-
Mrs. C. H. Buck several day ago lost
a ten dollar bill in McCaba Broa. store.
out In a short time after she discoverm)
her loss, one of the clerk found it and
handed it to her.
The family of Mr. J. L. n&rdy wish to
thank their friends and neighbors for their
kindness during their late bereavement;
also ror tbe sympathy expressed by the
order of Modern Woodmen.
Tbe funeral of Mr. J. L. Harly was
held this morning from Trinity church.
Kev. K. r. Sweet officiating. The pall
bearers were: Messrs. R. H. Dart, Geo,
Bennett, Henry Crawford. Hugh Mc
Donald, Chas. Case and Geo. Simmons.
People are beginning to wonder now
if the Union won't make about a much
success in proving a 'volunteer fire
department aa good as a paid one. as it
did in proving Collins' eligibility to tbe
"In summer's heat, 'and winter's cold.
he fed bis flick and penn d his fold,'
although be knew full well that he would
pay for his constant exposure with rbeu
matism, he also knew that Salvation Oil
would cure him.
x. J. Uary received bis appointment
as sutMUtute mall earner this morni g
ana now awaits an assignment which
to be created for him by tbe removal of
one of the ethers, who is not strong
enough in tbe faith political which I - in
power just now.
Signal Service Observer F. J. Wa'z'
meteorological aummary for November
sbows the mean barometer to have been
30.117; bigbsst barometer. 30,(56, on tbe
8 2d; lowest barometer, 29 731. on the
6tb; the mean temperature, 43; highest
temperature, B, on we 5lb; lowest, 20,
on the 27th; number of cloudless days,
IS; partly cloudy days, 7; cloudy days.
iu; total precipiauon, 1.9.1.
Tbis mornins the Holmes syndicate
let contracts for its power station on
Twenty-tblrd street .nd Flirt avenue
For tbe foundation for tbe boiler and
boiler station. Lark in & Stephens re
ceived tbe contract at $1,300; Thomas
Murdock received the contract for the
brickwork at $7,500; John Volk the
carpenter work, and David Nofuker tbe
tin work. The building is to be pushed
without delay, and will be commenced
Rock la.and was enveloped In utter
darkness last night. ; Many people '-went
about with lanterns. Tbe cause was tbe
failure of the Merchants' company to be
In readme to enter upon the fulfillment
of it contract with tbe city for public
1 gating. Mr. Ijouls May appeared be
fore the council at It meeting last night
and in language forcible and pointed
condemned the condition of affair and
asked an explanation of It The council
imposed a fine of $50 on the Merchants'
company. Tbe latter explains that un
avoidable delay wa suffered in conse
quence of the failure of tbo light to ar
rive until yesterday and that tbey are be
fn put in place aa soon s possible and
that one circuit at least will be lighted
sonlght and tbe other tomorrow night.
We understand that parties are endeav
oring to push other similar remedies into
the market by spicy advertisements. Dr
Bull's Cough Syrup however take the
lead and the dragniata are selling mote
than ever before. Price 25 cent.
Hueblrger, the art dealer. 119 West
Second street, Davenport, bas this week
received tome of the flneat piece of art
work, picture and atationorr ever shown
In this victaliy. Cunoieara rtonoono
li rrjta tzt: i. . . u
Last Might's Regular Meelinf
the City Council.
Asiira Takes LMkiag . la port a art
rakll leaprvveaaeata Tk Mr
raaata' (.aaaaay rtBtxl Van
' AtTatra strep! ve AifeaClaa.
Crrr Council Rooms, Rock Islakd,
Dec. ' 1. The council met In regular
semi-monthly session at 8 p. m.. Mayor
McConochie and all the aldermen present
except Tindall. Tb minute of th last
meeting were read and approved.
Officers' reports for the moo h of Nevem
ber were read and ordered placed on file.
Alderman Buncber moved that tb
bi idge committee be authorized to make
certain lepairson th i Milan road.
Alderman Schroeder, from tb finance
committee, reported aa ordinance, which
wa unanimously adopted, allowing Dill
against the various funds as follows:
taooa rav BOLL.
Kot. K. Xov. a
HanConwe!l M (90
David Jaaaataoa is no
Pan Kane S M
itnaa klnn-r-... II ( Si 6
John Ortrms...... SO .
Win. O'Brira lb so re en
Ptterlarfcia rl 9
Alfrrd Cuvne 16 00 M 0
Ors IC IN Ot) )S SO
Joha oofawsy 10S k OS
a a nresncT in is so
ha Roller is SO la so
Cro Ktrach It 06 7 oil
ha Johnston No. 1 aa 1 VI
joha Jofeastoe ho....' 8. S 7 50
John H din IS SO . It M
an Kelly I SO
Pat Kir.lln Ti
Knot Hard 4 Ml
Hk-b Stanton S 00
KGrell 4 BO 4 SO
Ed Kane 4 ftu 1 so
Henry Klchard in IS M
un looaoa i so
boo Fender 1 00 1 60
Jsme Ulster... S 75
Tim Hexioa 10 86 0
Die Kda-ar 00
aa MnrphT 00
nraay s n
Nov. is Xov.
ltt AHes II 00
Joha Wllhlle XI OS
tscarOlsoa 10 SO
K 1 errr 10 S i
Wm P Walker CO
K Alls m
amea McCarthy. 1 SO
labor pay roll. ...181 o Sam LnrenMel
au au nnriiMera- irons at
Lamber Att'fgCo 11 J Vol Co 100
VYrjerbA Oenk'a f 1 11 W A Gnthrie SJ
Labor pay roll.... IS Davis A Co I to
- au ou
hnr nsv roll.... Hi so Urahsm P'a'r Mills 14 ftft
David Hear RSI Harper) kublnsoo 1 So
Darts ft Co 30 tit M Krrsn 1 00
John T Dtiidlogerltt 60 Urare L Hall M
UeoB f)ramhl... 90 00 Jo LIUli t OS
W PTlodail in 00
Clothing 1low 6 To M K 1 low as SO 00
Phil Mi liar TS no M H Peitoa SJ 00
Geo Look MSI R I Gs Co S 40
araninr do ui Mr A nencen. .. inn
Joha fcbiab... W 00 Wm Kam-klll.... 000
ao H.-tier 50 OU Mrlcblor Korh. .. SO
Peter Boland ... 60 00 J E Larkla lb 00
Johu Mulqueea. Mi 00 Fred HilAncer.. . 100
A carisoa mi m 4uan Buiigvr u so
C U TeleBonCo 46
tools Ohlweiler.. HlH'C Taylor 4 S
R I Gat Oo....... 1 Ta O 1) Bernard Co.. S 40
C V Mlnina- Co... 6 ornlty flrrk Ml
K a McKowu 5 00 Jaa Haruta 1 bS
Lercb Hnlea. . S SS Flick Hanaffa.. t 00
March Uk-at Co.. 10 00 Brash Lth( CO....SSS U
Geo L Eyfter... M 00 K W UmslfV.... . MOO
Tboa Gretn Se 00 Hermta AlVse ... t." 60
R I Argn IS 10 I
Wm McOonorhle KS S3 Jo L Haas
Holwit Kthlr..lO0 00 W L Hweeax-y ....
I1C Harris 4 Oo M Louslrv...
John A Mnrrln.. 100 00 Pat O Hnm
a 00 Andrew Brady...
4 OO Wm Trefa
UdlH Kellotrs A Co
45 00 K I Fuel Co
4 00 Daa Italy
4ft 00 L and U ft-Co
M) OO M E Mama
1 HO M El LisMCo..
Jnha Kitson ....
V) m Reddis
C V Mining Co..
. unua cxpreaa Co..
Street Ally.647 If. Breasa
onLlnceol 1S.' SS Liaht
Pollca W 48 Salary
Office, ale Til lo Welarwork ....
Health 1HM -
Bearer 47 W Total SSJtt 9
Also w.J. Kerr. 15: K. O. Frazer.
'0 CO; J. U. Uoyd.
Alderman Buncber moved that 3. U.
Lloyd' service as inspector be dis
pensed with. Mr. Lloyd was invited to erl-
drees tbe council and expressed his wil
lingness to serve during the winter on ac
tual lime required. Tbis proposition was
accepted, on motion Of Alderman Oeiger.
Alderman Corken, from tbe committee
on lire and lights, reported that the
Brush Electric Light Co's coctrsct bad
expired and the Merchants' Electric Ltpbt
Co. had not commenced Its contract. Ue
moved that the contractors be fined f 50
for the failure. Mr. Louis May addreased
tne council, by permission.
Alderman Corken reported having se
cure a tbe use ot the Diralck building for
the Kescue bose apparatus free of charge,
and a vote ot tbanks wss given to Mr.
H. O. Mills, the owner of the building
for bis liberality.
Us motion of Alderman Koox tb bell
on the Rescue hose house was ordered
placed on tbe Central engine bouse im
On motion of Alderman Knox the
mayor and fire and light committee wete
given aulbtirlty to let a contract for
plumbing on tbe Central engine house.
On motion of Alderman Schroeder tbe
clerk was Instructed to ascertain if Mr
Bugger proposed to accept the lot
awarded lo him; it not that tbe bid of J,
W. Kocbe be accepted.
Alderman Larkin from the ordinance
committee, reported an ordinance amend'
iog section 14. chapter 14, ot the mun
icipal code by providing a penalty f o
certain misdemeanors. Passed onani
. Alderman Larkin offered an ordinance
declaring mock 42. unicago addition, a
nuisance and . providing for it abate
ment. Referred to the street sod alley
committee, to ascertain coat and value of
the properly, on motion of Alderman
Alderman Knox offered a resolution
authorising the street and alley commit
tee and tbe clerk to advertise for bid for
paving and curbing certain streets, pre
pare specmcatioos. bonds, etc. Adopted.
Alderman Knox moved that tbe street
and alley cooimiiue be instructed lo
notify parties having planted trees out
side the usual limit of 14 feet to remove
them Alderman Schroeder moved as an
amendment that tree-plan ling be done
under tbe direction of tbe street and alley
committee, and within tbe recognixtd
limit. Amendment adopted.
On motion of Alderman Knox the city
clerk and water superintendent were
instructed to make out a bill for filling
tanks with water to tbe Coal Valley Min
Certain temporary filling on Twentieth
street was ordered done by tbe street and
Al'erman Kenned , from the water
works committee, offered a resolution in
relation to 1. Hubei' water rebate pell
lion, setting forth that tb service I very
difficult by reasou of the great elevation.
and recommending a larger mala and ex
tension of tbe Elm street main aonth. and
providing for a reduced scale of meter
charge, to go into effect Msy 1, next
The clerk read a petition of A. Wendell
and others asking examination into the
claim of damage of Anton Kiefer
Ordered received and placed on file.
Tbe clerk read a petition of John
Boden and other for a water mala on
Seventh street.. Referred to waterworks
Allerman Kennedy offered a resolution
for tbe removal of Henry Dart's Sons
powder house outside the city limit
unlea a fire proof, building be erected
under sanction. Referred to the street
and alley committee.
Also a reaolution authorising the street
and alley eommhte and city clerk to
employ Engineer Paddock to make varf-
ona addition to the large city snap
Also, instructing tbe city clerk to becia
condemnation proceeding on tb Qorcoa
trip widening Molln avenne. Adopted
The mayor nominated William Qlaa
for policeman. Confirmed unanimously
DECEMBER 2. lfcCO
Oysters at Krell ft Math's.
Art at Hoeblnger'a, II west B coed!
Go to Holbrook'a. Davenport, for car-
pew ana sua cu rial at -
For all kinds of art and art materials
go to Hueblager art gallery.
Send your friends to Krell A MaiV
for a dish or caa of fresh oysters.
Can arrl ase the hand-carved bad room
attea at klolbrook'a, Davenport.
Par! Of suites and fancv chalra of mm
oeacripiioa at uoibrook'a, Davenport.
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Ice cream always en hand and eerved
oy tne disk all winter at Krell A Mata's.
Art Bovt-Uie of all kind at Uoebinr-
ii west second ttreet, Davenport,
A handsome) line of book rases sad
cabinet lust received at Holbrook'a, Dav
wnen yen are la Davenport, look at
tbe beautiful art aoveltisa la Hueblogrr s
An elegant assortment of dlnlnc table.
chair and bat rack at Uolbrook'. Dav
Oo to Uueblneera. Davenport, for the
flneat work ia tbe photographers' liae.ll
w m nocuDQ aireet.
E. B. McKowa arils ksrd wood ia
lengths, cat or split; soft coat, lump and
nut, corner ntteeelh atreet and First
avenue. Telephone 1 1 9.
When yon want a nice dish of fresh
oyster step la to Krell A Math' and or
der them np In any atyle.
The Crown dining belt No. 1708 Seo-
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish joa
ta oeai meal ia ue city lor zo cent.
B. Johnson, proprietor.
Bear in mind we do not Quit makin fee
cream when cold weather set la. and yon
can ki it in any quantity la tbe coldest
weatner. itemember lire II A Math and
get the beat.
$50,000 to lose on real estate atwnrit.
in sums oi fwsj and op ward, at lowest
current rate of Interest, without com-
miasioe, r. w. Hurst, Attorney at
law, rtock Island.
lour mena appreciates aotblne? more
for a holiday present than a ' Photocranh
of yourself. Iloebincer. th Davtarort
photographer and art dealer, doe tbe
finest work In that line, aad be Is no
girinr away with every doxee of picture
a very noe satin bsad painted photograph
caaej. it ib a neeuuiui present.
Notice Is hereby trlvee that I bar aolj
my meat market, l.w, ckcond avenue to
mr. iuui o cinoecs:. woo win take rot-I
ration tomorrow. I shall aa heretofore
be at tbe old stand and attend to th
making of ssutage for Mr. Steinbeck.
Geo. F. WAoxtn.
Catarrh is not a local but a constitu
tional discs, and require a constitu
tional remedy like Hood's Sarsaparilla to
eucct a core.
Statuary of all kinds at Hoeblncrt'a.
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J. K. MoaraoaB.
The uriftaalaad marliif Fare Coasedy,
tt I nn i n titttitit tih
A SUAf bUBM
Hy MoBexsmrry Pb later, q
Saw Mswleal se loci loss New goae t
New Dances ! New Joke !
Kew Ballad I X Fant
latroduclaf lb favorite cotae4ta CHAS. W.
TOC NO. sasvorted by a avfcetly
Tbe eelebratad aad aaadsoeaelr asirorasa4
Dobbin's Band and Orchetrn,
Prtree V M and Itmi., i -u. I
-rpw saovee urufum aataraay.
0 par cent red actio for lb next to days
oa Haggle asd bprinc Wa.oa.
. Ho. 1(10, 111 aad 111 Third Alt.
Is lb cbeapeet piara la tb eoanty to bay Cfcr-
wae. oaeViaa, raiata, uua. ate.
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, acenred on land worth from
three to five time the amount
of th loan.
tote reel T per cent aeml aaaaaUv. caUadad ai
maiitm iree a caarga.
E. W. HURST,
ATTOBJfXT AT ItAW
I aad 4 Hasoalc Taaapla,
ROOT Inr.AWT. ILL
The Little Jewel
k HAVE YOU SEEN IT !
If you want a lamp of any k!ad. It
will pay yon to are what I have. Tie
range ia pric ia from 18 cent op. aad
the Variety and style Is j art as great.
Cai ba aaa Uua,
MW eoad Avcaae.
L!:;-d & S!::vrt,
tA geaaWjaand rethrvaan la luilaea laa
as a buaoaa a
aattaa. hmtm aa ta
SaaAarts. ye farter TJt-te) Lrew V-Tw as
eqasil v Tilmmbtm ta l. iiaan ii i e i.ii' ejs
veaua4; &ta'iireacaaji.ale taeniae)
la i a sat aariiliH taal
f AeVafbse woald lieatiaiasislsWeaa. flaiawasve
aeiii tTneaiai aaaieaeiaacwaataeiaal aaurta
Hafay tb-irt a iliamdaeanxaaid Ita
Wboraratry Ueei enll ad Oeaaa littie auiavar.
SMs aa eoa-acv ere-a tbat Uar anU x4 be v.k
UItdoitaoatlia. tua raat 'lati k beat
foffea toneof wrof fctvea O-at tbseaw a boa
tr- I JnV tteev FCt era vary raa9 Bead
v-ry easy tea. uwertetMiaaaitBa,
Tb-y are a1Mr raa W asl da Bx4 -iy aa
rr. bed 17 tltr r-aUeacooa aliiarn ail vts.
fceai'ism IatsUr';ioeawt areSvll. aVaal
fcy drauiata aeerj-vaar. car sen by aaaU.
caarren rtrtciwti co w- vem.
Aaaoeace gool newt to
AdtrtrM eaw.le.il f.m .L.
Isrevet cloak aaaauf actarer are to tb
effort that lky will be pleaaed to foraiak
r may areyt dariaa tkm r.... .v.
I aeaaoe at tU wry toe frkr made rartter.
TVS elVM SladrrlfUl .e..i..
over encnt- It or aba .n. ...i. .v.t.
eioak. of maaafacturrr who have give
ewuwuw i. aa uvaace.
ur garaseau are aaade cf WaJkeVa.
SalU aad Lanera' Inaavra. a0 rood
wearers aad warranted.
Rock Tsland. Illinois.
I Furniture and Carpet Dealers I
Have th largest establishment West of CnJraxn.
DONT FORGET TEE PLACE.
CLEKIANH & SALZHAlin.
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue.
And Noa. 184, 12 and 123 8Ixtenth 8tit?t,
tncoavoauTBs tnnKB m ni rrarB tw.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
bock ulavd, ill..
Five parent Latri pali oa Dvpoia. Mosaey loa-od o PnbaaaJ. Coi
UtoraJ. or Raal Estate Bacartty
a. r. utMUM. iw r c dish
. LS ttet.ba.aM. labia nrabamet, C P Lni.
acaaavi at at rase, a.m n ,
f am bef bains Jala laan m
..... -it ai ei au. 1.1 lT
HELLO, CENTRAL ?
KANN & HUCKSTeAaEDT,
Na. 1911 aad ISIS Sacond irnar.
TVs Le.Sire la
OIL CLOTHS, SHADES, DEAPEET, Etc.
TO REDUCE STOCK.
A Chance You Can't "Afford to Miss.
We ar oJeiiu unprecedented vaJues la
Including alt of cur maffnlfiwnt assortment of ctoic
Hats and Bonn ta
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
MRS. P. GREEHAVJALT
1704 SECONT AVENUE,
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN &c ADLER.
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
Use Rmn Gloss Dressing, .Wr
tbe Lest dar UJiea tJnar. Nrvw WatCTprOOf.
Beaks, crack tmr injnrca the IcaiLct.
Trj a UxUe and U coocod. rorioaly bj
. GEO. SCHITOIDSII.
I?i2.3 Boots and SI1023,
ttT5 r"i Xvsaua,
Several fuse of ladie' c cki'irai
ndetwear jta4(prkrd at woosSarfaly
Ladara will aoft anerito, rlt4
rm Se, R. bed drsarer f.s.
Ladat- Nataral Wool MeHao, &:e.
New BMAvtmeat Drre Ooads jaavt
p'aord onaaJe la Astractan Mid oim
CWawl Hair, ton soft ciaUt. CCart.
Hoarh mtrfr just what y meal
for a rtlaah clraam.
L.t cf lb. i raaoa.
hx. wfre. j. . arpoaa, caviar.
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miia; raaai am ncamn m larade
atysrs aad artnaa a
Buy a Pair of
FOR VET VVEATHEM
The upper tntLia Boot lias a.
patasatlinlnc waich U Acid, C-J
and Waterproof, Inserted In czct
a manner as to mAke bcUv tr-
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