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,h price we ask for a big lot of mixed
Dress Flannels and Dress Tricots.
tVe have jnst placed on sale one case
..eh of the above Dress Flannels and
Tricots amounting In all to over 2,600
vards at the one prloe 17Ho per yard.
Comment Is unnecessary. -
We further wish to oall attention to
nr very large line of oholoe dress goods
in every desirable fabrio from cheapest
w best In black dress goods we are
especially strong. Having anticipated
the future, we placed very heavy orders
ist July and August. We are now in
last jwy a - - "
position to save'our patrons from 20 to
25 rer cftnt from tne ru'lnK prioes of to
day. In black mohairs, black Tserges,
black Henriettas both in wool and silk
warp we are prepared to offer induce
ments which the most! oasnal observer
tnnst not fail to note.
IS OUR FANCY WORK DEPART
MENT. Special values tn antique oak and
cherry screens and umbrella Btands
way under price.
oriental allk emhrollrr1 aqnam, Snclenne
mnan-a. niiTto aqaare for cu-h:oa Utpm, all
i.n,i' from N up.
-ik-ch! mlnmanil etyle In pined aqnare for
aliim'irrinft KmiiKlLg pi i Iowa.
,,m l..rtrd cherrv wood, ome.hlVtt." and
H' ana very low in price, 25c, 47c, and 94c
1T13M7U. 171. 1718. 1720 and 1738 Second Avendk.
-Bought At Sheriffs Sale-
THE STOCK OF
Alexson & Ulmark
OF MOLINE, AT
Per Cent on the Dollar.
will bring this stock to our stores this week. They
a 3.000 of Stationery. Blank Books. Plnh
els and bporttng Goods,
man manui ictarer's prices.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1703 and 1705 8econd Avenue.
A. J. SMITH & SOW,
! 5 t-ti 1 '
F ill itock la now replnte wllb Norolilei. Call and compare onr atock and prlcra.
A. J. SMITH Sc SON,
105 and 127 West Third 8treet, Opp. Masonic Temple, DAVENPORT.
VflLL PflPER COMPANY
312, 314 Twentieth St,
And Postoffice Block, Moline.
HNE WALL PAPER 'EiplnlTO wnta
iu i)nr: Httev s.Hi, Janw4jr A Co., Robert 8.
Ynra Wall Hapvr Co., and Kobert Orae A Co.
Klow other dealer
H M al fli
VX - fit: H : j
Howard Watches, Imported Watches,
H. D. POIiSOEI.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Syrupy
AcU quickly, la perfectly safe and never fails to cure all Lung-trouble. .
TRY IT. 10c. 25c and 50c Bottles.
. THE BEST
aUdlclM known fc H Kidney, tang and Stomach troubles. It
Thomas Kidney and Liver Pills.
6c a Battle Sample free.
..m. onrvfany work department
announcing the arrival of a large ship
mentof fabrics and material, suitable
8 yards wide, $1 a yard.
K.,Ef,r dT lonnStng enshions. slum
ber rolls and saddle bags, ready for
covering with plnsh or silk" J
covr11 C08Won molds stuffed ready to
- " ' -
-...""P' dTnt"J!'n niirchane or two We lot
war under orlce, embracing all style TidiM
-1? 3',ere. tnj elot h, carving ekithe.
hmchclotliCT. fU finth.f , morale "lift
fV,J'5om"tl"emhroW,",,i Orawn worSend
I ' ,n P''nd ", pln.bee, mole-
'Xur throw- "-
erv.tPk. yard'' Wide hW tKnn arP"
Jssti .id Throw;:1"" tot "u '"h,e
for plintI!Cli,,lol k,n d l1k '"f
& large assortment of baakeU.
r, tow ff UtafSSfJfi. ana1 mad
which we will close out at
for the following alx lanreM Wall Paper
Ilobba A Co., lievlna A HavlianU, Mm
Art paper. Price from 10 to SO per cent
JB , Vfifff
w MMW tf'A' "
IT WON'T WO IK.
Too Late i Remedy th j Mistakes
f Colling Candid icy.
rolltieai Scheanr. to Reieea l,t
'at la the Leslalatar Taat Will
be Tolertioei.KBpaa Will
The Union seem to think that becaoee
It ha founa out at last that W. C. Col
lins has placed in the bands of Govtroor
Pifer a paper which he term this resigna
tlon as member of the lef i slat are, that
that settles the matter and i ll the repub
licans have to do now is to ?o ahead and
elect a mtn in Collins' place. The action
on the part of Collina attai bes no sig
niflcsnce whatever beyond n mere con Ten
sion of bis ineligibility to th) office. The
step, unpleasant as it was for Collins to
take, and forced as he was y ting Jones
and the little bosses here to make it, does
not in the least effect the f tct mat Wil
son and not Cwllins u the legally entitled
member-elect of the leKisla.nre from this
county. The illegality of 1 he ballots cast
for Collins in this cnut.ty alone gives
Wilson a majority of the rotes and the
election. Collins tbere'ore resigned
something that he did not have. Wilson
is tbe member-elect and democrats will
therefore refrain from ptrticipating in
any superfluous special election dodge
that the republicans may spring on sn
There Is, therefore, no vacancy in the
office of representative of the Twenty
first district. The law pre videa that each
senatorial district is entitled to three rep
resentatives, Knd that tbe.r shall be elec
ted at the general Novemlier election. At
the recent general election there were five
candidates, viz: Two democrats, two
republicans and -ne prohibition. Upon
the returns the governor t as issued certifi
cated to Geo. Vinton. L f . Bual and W.
C. Collins. These eertific ties are irima
facia evidence only of the holder to his
seat in the house. To hold that
a man can resign so as to cause a vacancy
in the office, to wh'ch he has only a
prima facia title, would only be another
way of defeating the choice of the voters.
While it may appear on the face
oft the. returns thit C.Collins is
entitled to the office, any qualified voter
of this district may contert his seat by
serving a notice within U.irty days after
the result of the election.
Upon tbe contest it is plainly tbe duty o'
the bouse of represectat ves to determine
wbntneror not Mr. Collins was duly
elected. If tbe house siould Bod that he
did not receive the grea'.est number of
legal votes, which is a f net, because tbe
ballots cast in this county for biin were
not in compliance with lection 02 of tbe
election laws which is mandatory with
reference to the space between
the nanus and as follows:
"the ballot shall bo printed or written
or partly printed and pt.rtly written upon
plain paper, wi'h the ntme of each can
didate voted for and he title of the
office, when the ballot is printed; tbe
same shall be printed n pon plain paper,
In plain type, in straight lines with a
blank space below each name of a width
of not less than equal I) the width of the
line in which the namt is printed" or
that he is not qualified by reason of bit
not being a resident of the state for five
years or for any other reason, the bouse
shall so find and declar e that Mr. Collins
is not entitled to tbe o Bee, and not that
there is a vacancy the house shall also
And that the certitie Ue issued to Mr.
Collins was void fron the beginning,
and should have been issued to the per
son legally elected which is John A.
GRANTED AT LAST.
The fJolaars MradK-nte Krrelvrn ta
Third Avcaae OnllBanee lai Mallaie
With ltanble Tr irk Krqalreaaesit.
At Monday night's meeting of the Mo
line city council the Holmes syndicate re
ceived its Third aven le ordinance in that
city over which the re baa been so much
lime lost as to almost discourage tbe
street railway people., The Holmes syn
dicnte bad complied with tbe law in giv
ing ten days' notice of its intention to
erect poles and wire on Third avenne fcr
electric equipment a ad bad secured the
signatures ot ownen of over balf of tbe
property fronting od said avenue to a pe
tition asking that ttu right to do so be
granted. Tbe failure to do this at tbe
previous passage of the ordinance was
one of tbe mayor's reasons for retaining
the ordinance witbo it his approval. The
ordinance was then again presented for
action after having lieen read by tbe city
attorney. Alderma i Daggett offered as
an amendment to ct ange the double track
clause in lis . opt onal meaning and
make it read that s double track shall
be constructed on T hird avenue within
one year or at any t me when tbe city Is
ready to prepare fcr paving tbe avenue.
The amendment was unanimously adopt
ed. The effect of Ibis will be virtually
the laying of the el tra track next spring.
Tbe pubiic was ;iven the impression
that the conductor clause would be aacs
rifiosd to secure th double track, but it
seems that Supt. 8 -hnitger and the di
rector! only aaked two favors. One was
t!t the proviso regulating the speed of
c its to eight miles an hour be lengthened.
Tae ordinance embodied this request in a
motion to change iie maximum rate of
peed to ten miles on the Third avenue
liae. This motion was adopted. Tbe
reason for asking he change was merely
th) desire of the syndicate to give tbe
pe ple more rapid transit than tbey could
if restricted to a ower gait. The other
ftvor asked was that the old ordinance
bs so altered aa ti not require the run
ning of a car eve y fifteen minutes be
tween six and e"ena. m. Tbey wanted
to run at six o'ck ck, half-past aix and
even. After set en o'clock tbe fifteen
minute trips wot) Id be made as usual
The reqiest was : granted and the amend
ment made. . ' : .
a Card- ,
Mr. Louis Steinbeck on Tuesday took
possession of Mi. Geo. F. Wagner's old
etacd. 1507 Secc nd avenue, and will con
duct the businet in the same way and
manner aa Mr. f sgner has done hereto
fore: You will find there tbe beat meat
and a first-class sausage. Orders by tel
ephone will be; promptly attended to.
Mr. Geo. F. Wi gner will help Mr. Selo
beck for some t me to get initiated in tbe
business and to get acquainted with tbe
customers. -. i t -
: lata) kin Underwear.
Oar recent m nooocemeot about b
akin underwear attracted much attent
This is some to I lg sew hereabouts
ahould be looted into bv all who
moth exposed 1 wind and cold weather.
For ladies and fentlemea.
THE ROCK ISLAND
The Capital ralireaaaia mm Hia PolH
lea Wrairralaaip ttsamsllr Midi
rnlral. . RnvHOLDa, Nov. 83. -
la a political vl.too Pat Ferroa be saw,
very weak apot In the democrat rani a;
Saye be, I will abeii it and aeaiter tbeir number.
Ana foar year from now get republican thanka.
A bomb abetl be faahloned last the itza of hi
And directly be fired hia political ran ;
At tbe ranka of the enemy ao badly diMnrmbered.
He ahoated eanlllngiy, "dune, 'Ua done."
So now for a capture for to they are fl ring
.And I. arlnK their furtraaa and ttaaaares behind :
Before jvachlof tbe kreaatwork ba wok from
And fnoad tbu hia bombshell wa hded with
Last July Mr. Perron made a despcra'e
effort to unite the Orangemen and Cath
olics of Rock Island and Mercer counties.
He hoped he would live to see them cele
brate the 7th of March and the 12ib ot
July together. Mr. Perron well knew
thia to be Impossible, as the 17th of Mar b
celebrates the triumph of Christianity
over Paganism, the 12th of July celehratee
the triumph of one sect over another.
This doctrine Pat preached when the
campaign was wsxing warm for be had
an iron in the Ore which needed attention
and Catholics were expected to swallow
this pill with becoming grace, but now
Pat appears in a new rnle. we see him
with a political pole about four years long
and from a polit cal standpo;nt he is try
ing to stir up a hornet's neat in the demo
crat psr'.y. He sees hostilities between tbe
C.tbolics and deputies of Rock Island
be thinks that by fanning this little
spaik it ail csu-e a wide breach in tbe
democrat party four years from now
And Pat, in hia prophetic vision, sees a
Fort Donelson for the g. o. p.. with bis
own name in a very conspicuous place,
but he exposed bis plans too soon. He
was like the man going to Jump over the
mountain who took two miles of a run
to give hjni impetus. When he reached
the foot of tbe mountain he was too tired
to leap. Pat asks who can name the
Irishmen ever elected to a county office
in Rock Inland county. I believe about
two have aspired to such. One failed to
get the nomination; the other waa de
feated by one who was none the less
Irish Hon. P. O'Mara. As for tbe other
offices I think tbe Irish got a fair share.
But bow would tbe dismissal of Police
man Brennan, for Instance, take. If com
ing from democrat headquarters? Tbe
Irish, as a rule, do not aspire too lofty,
and can never hope to reach the dizzy
heights where Pat resides. Instinctively
true and loyal they belong to tbe party
that advocates protection to the poor and
laboring man, the party that does not
believe in grinding tbe poor by excesaive
tsxation that a few may become rich
One deserts now and then aa Pat would
like to see them all do in Rock Island. but
a man who deserts a principle on account
of personal objections doea his party a
favor he could not do otherwise.
Pat is evidently In the soup with tbe
temperature about 812 Fahr , and does
not relish playing oyster for a democrat
feast, and for revenge is trying to stam
pede Irishmen out of the democrat party.
Gently, Pat. gently; your republican
paint may wear off yet and show the true
colors. Paddy Rtan.
IMPORTANT PATENT SUIT.
Oeere A C'a. Mae far lafriasesaieait la
'mm Wh'lrh la Likely talavalve
Other I'low Jvapaalra.
An intt resting suit will come up for a
bearing in the next term of tbe United
States court at Peon. The Moline Re
It Is a suit for infringement of patent
right brought against Deere & Co. by
Htrscbl Caverly. administrator of the ea
tate of the late Mrs. Sarah Caverly. Tbe
papers were filed in the United States dis
trict court at Peoria about two months
ago, acd the defendant's reply waa that
no infringement of patent right had oc
curred, the machine in question being no
Tbe machine on which Amos K. Cav
erly obtained a patent Aug. 5. 1SS4. is one
for the rounding of bent p!ow and culti
vator handles Mr. Caverly giving his
wife. Sarah Caverly, all the rights,
titles, etc., in the same. While Free
man Merriman had a contract at
Deere & Co's. for rounding tbe
beut handles of plows and cultiva
tors, be agreed with Mr. Merriman
to let the Utter use the machine. At
this time no patent had been issued,
and in the meantime Deere & Co.. it Is
alleged, made one or more for tbeir own
use. The followiog year Mr. Merriman
did not receive tbe contract for the round
ing of the bandies, but, as we understand
it. a patent riebt bad been issued to Mr.
Caverly, giving all rights of tbe saroo to
hia wife 8arah Caverly. But Deere A
Co. still continued to use the macbinca.
In addition the Moline Pl-w Cn. and
tbe Rock Island Plow Cj. have had
made and have used the aame style of
machines. For this the heirs of Mrj.
Caverly claim an infringement of patent
right. Similar proceedings are to be ta
ken against the Moline Plow Co. and
tbe Rock Island Plow Co.
The evidence is now tieing taken, aa
we stated yesterday, before Attorney M.
J. McEniry. as commissioner, for plain
tiff, N. B. Nash, of Davenport, being st
torney for the name, while Attorney Al
len, of Chicago, appears for .the defend
ants. The) Labrmrx Stewart.
The Rock Island public library board
met in adjourned session last evening.
President Southwell, and Directors John
ton, Smart and Welch present.
The librarian's report for November
waa read aa follows:
Daily average ....
Art and Science
Keilgioa and Falloaopby
Kaaay and Miacelianeona......
Hiatory and Biography....
Total 9 y
Tbe salary of the assistant librarian
was raised to'f 40 per month afur Tec. 1.
The special committee on securing
n; re advantageous quarters asked for
further time aa tbe work 'on Mitchell &
Lynde's building has not advanced to a
atage to admit of the submleaion of a
proposition on the part of Messrs.
Mitchell & Lynde. A communication
frfim Henry Dart's Sons, offering to rent
Dan's ball for the library, was read and
teferred to thia committee. Tbe Messrs
Dana propose to finish the ball and put
in skylights for a rental of $500 a year,
the term to be one year with tbe privi
lege of more. .
Montgomery Phistet'a farce comedy,
"A Soap Bubble.1' waa presented at Her
per' theatre last night to an audience
fair in numbers despite tbe unfavorable
weather, and exceedingly well disposed
in ita nature. Tbe play baa been changed
for the better since it last appearance
here, and while great care has been ex
ercised in the selection of the company
there la room for improvement la some of
the supiiort. ' Cbaa. W. Young assumes
the leading eomedy role and while h 1
clever he is not Ed Connelly. Toe sink
ing was greatly enjoyed and tbe music
of tbe Dobbins band and orchestra highly
appreciated. - .
Common tense will! will Indicate tbe
certain tendency oi a neglected cold to
tbe lungs; prevent such a termination bv
naing Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup for that
cough. Price i3 cents a bottle.
) uovTe-rVsr snt C: j t Ct.
AUG UB, TTEDyESDA
fraf. afaaalira .w aa-M-ii.
Prof. Richard Maoaill has presented tbe
AHOta with aa advance coov of a wmk
of which be is tbe author and publisher
entitled ' Geology and Microscopy Illus
trated, togdther with Astronomy and tbe
Reciprocation of the Forcea." The book,
which is nicely bcund and Includes MS
ptges, it supplemented with a va
riety or plates and other illustrations and
ia devoted in turn to geological and mic
roscopical research t getber with aatron,
imical observations, the discoveries and
theories of Prof. Man till leading to tbe
eslabllsbm nt of tbe new system of re
ciprocation cf the forcea to a revelation
of the abtbor's ideas developed from his
investigations as to the cause of tbe
various geological stratifications and
their mineral and chemical combinations,
together with the disclosure of the vege
table and animal species imbedded in the
In presenting his views of these differ
ent brsnches of science tbe professor bat
not only displays 1 much atudy. thought
and labor, but has exercised great care In
the choice of h i illustrations and in
volved no small expense. The book will
be told by subscription and will no doubt
meet with ready sale. It was printed
and boon J by O. A. Barnhart, ot this
Mr. E. n. Guyer is ia Chicago.
Remember tbe Chriatmae market.
Carse & Co. 't thoe store will be open
Frank Alwater and wif r n
Kan., are In the city.
Everybody wanta to tee the "Song of
Seven." and tbe Gypsy Cantata.
Remember that Cam A
shoe store will be open this evening.
Just received a fresh line of "Dew
Drop" canned goods at May's.
Several hunters started oot in quest of
the festive rabbit tbla morning.
Remember that Carse & C's boot and
shose store will be open this evening.
Holidav B-oodaara eT Amino aa wA kala.
sold every day at Kana & Huckstaedi a.
Hr. and Mr. H J. Lowrey aod daugh
ter have gone to Denver on aa rt...L
Call early and" ph k out your holiday
presents from the floe su ck at Kann A
Tbe Clob was entertained ia a progres
sive euchre party by Mrs. Guyer on Nine
teentb street lat evening.
The small boy got out his hand sled
this morning and tried to make himself
believe be was having a jolly time.
Business men and their families are
cordially Invited to lake supper Thursday.
Dec, 4'h. and dinner Friday, Doc. 6lb. at
The Foreiga Mission convention at the
Central Presbyterian church today la be
Ing attended by a large and representative
gathering of Christian workers.
Lieut. Schwatka, the explort r. b in tha
city. Mrs. Schwatka has been vialtino-
al the home of ber father. Capt.Brackett,
on First avenue, for some time.
It is strictly an American remedy;
borne made and without foreign flavor;
we refer to Solvation Oil. All dealers
aeil it for K cents.
The first iaue of tbe Moline ria
Journal has trade ita appearance. It ia a
model of typographical neatoese. la care
lully edited and newsy. Aadrew Ander
son is editor and K. I Etatmaa business
Hoa. Geo. W. Viatoa haa iurd Invi
tation to bis gentlemen friends ia Hock
Island and Molioe for a dioner at bis res
ilience. 1711 Secoad avenue, atnlin
Thursday evening at o'clock.
Thomas Uosworth. of Hamlet, and
Miss fluid ah Anilnrann nt M,1I...K...
came all the way to Rock Ialaod to re
ceive magistrate Wivill s benign blessing
in connection with their entr inn.ii,..
upon a new life.
The board of supervisors re-elected W.
H. H. Dow steward at the poor farm this
afternoon. The vote stood. Dow, 15; at
Timberlake, : J. A. Wilson. S; Cyrus
Valentine, 1. T. J. Murphy, of Coal Val
ley, waa also a candidate.
Tbe early closing movement baa prob
ably collaped no til after the holidays,
at least, all on account nf th Mr..i r .
Davenport clothiog firsa to join ia tbe
popular reiorm. Home of tbe Kock Isl
and Stores BO back to oneninv iKI. .....
Mr. and Mrs. Ctaa. E. McDjle, who
were called odob Sunrf ti k... , v.. i...
of tbeir only daughter Minaie C. a bright.
aweei ui ot in roe years, three months
and tluven days, who was buried yester
day, doire to tbank tbeir neighbors and
friends for the kindness and sympathy
ahowa them in their great sorrow.
The annntl convention of tbe Brother
hood of Upper Mississippi River Pilott
convened at Clinton yesterday for a te
sioa of four days. There ate present
from Rock Island Capta. Whislcr. O Con
ner. McGinley and Siebbens. Tbe meeto
logs are being held with closed door.
Mr. Fred Haas leave foe Chicago to
night on buainee io connection with tbe
viaduct. Tbe difficulty concerning that
unfortunate obstructing corner lot bat
not yet been removed, but Mr. Haas is
hopeful that it will be. for aniens I be
Messis. Dart retreat from tbe position
tbey look yesterday there can be no hope
for the viaduct.
Tbe day passenger on the C, B. & Q.
from St. Louis collided with a freight
train from the Galeaburg division at Bar
stow last evening and Eoglnecr Petereoa
and F'icsaa Polette of the passenger en
gine leaped from the cab and tbe latter
waa rendered Mocoaaclous. Jie waa
to his borne at Mrs. . Barnes' boarding
bouse on First avtaue. where Dr. Tru.f
dale attended bim. Hia injuries are not
regarded aa extremely serious.
Ia tbe county court today EJ. Wagner
plead guilty to peUt larceny by consent
of State's Attorney Sturgeon and on re
commendation of all parties eoocrr jad la
hia recent crime, and Judge Adams im
posed a fine of 100 and sentenced him
to a year in jail, suspending tbe latter
part of the penalty during good behavior.
Cbas. Leonard plead guilty to disorderly
conduct and was fined t28 and coat and
committed. J. W. Rich plead guilty to
larceny and waa sent to jail for thirty
day. Andrew Williams plead guilty to
larceny and waa given twenty days In jail
and fined 1 20 and cost.
The Merchsnts' Electric Light eoa
pany bad a number t.f the bullae cir
cuit light burning Isst night, but out In
tbe resident portion of tbe city darkness
reigned supreme. The lights give satis
faction o far a tbey go. except a to
Ue light at tbe corner of Secand avenne
and Seventeenth (Lreet. which it hat been
suggested should be moved either to tbe
Market square fountain cnpalo or to tbe
corner diagonally across from K preeant
The Aaoct it In receipt of a letter from
W. 8. McCaull formerly connected U
the pre of Dubuque and Monmouth
bow of Cedar Rapid, asking at io tbe
base ball sentiment of Rock Island with
reference to an Illinois stale league com
posed of tbe cities of Rock 11 aod. Mo
line. Sterling. Dixon. Freeport. Rnckford,
E gin. Aurora, Joliet, Ottawa. Slreetor,
Lt Salle and Monmouth. Salary to be
limited to 9500 and tbe season four
tnontba. Mr. McCaoll. who waa manager
of the Dubaqoe club last aeatoi. say,
"snch a league could be made to pay. 1
ha e talked it np in a few of the tont
and all seem to favor It." Mr. McCaall
is anxious to put kimaelf ba coanmanlca
tlon with tat) bate ball enthuaiatU of
Rock Island on tbe subject.
Reavanber that Cane dt Co.' boot and
abo tore will be pnea tUa evenlgi.
Y . DECEMBER 3.
Baraaiaa in H aaaaaraar.
Inspect th following leaders:
Heavy gray merino for anea lOe
scotch gray ....SSe
Scotch gray wool mixed 88e
Fine white merino s
Heavy red ribbed... 48e
xce'lent Vain at Mfe
xiatnrai wool, heavy, at 73 1
A fnll line of boys' and cllldrens nnder
wear at Pmo 6s MostartxDUt s.
Caret ft Co.'t thoe (lore wOl be open
We esteem it a pleasure to tbow yon
through our line of underwear whether
yon want to purchase or not. Wa have
ao many excellent atvlea which certainly
Interest nny Intending purcauer. and wa
want our price to be known by every one.
Smog ct MoagrrtxBM.
Oysters at Krell A Math a.
Go to Holbrooke, Davenport, for car
pet and tilk curtain.
Tenderloin, anara riha. tvta-'a tmmt t-.f
leard. etc., at Gilmore't pork house.
Send your friends to Krell ft Math's
for a diab or can of freah or tiers.
Call and a tha bn.t-.-.4 w-A
oites at Holbrook a, Davenport.
Parlor an I lA attain faafhTffl kalaa ems?
description at Holbrook. Da von port-
ice cream always on band aod nerved
by tbe dish all winter at Krell Maine.
W anted Pastry cook at Rvk Inland
house. Apply at once. C. G. Gaver.
A haadnoma Una of twwtlr ..J
cabinet lust received at Uolbraok'a. Dan.
An eteffnnt SaAaBart rTWefft I ftf itllailia tarlanaa
chain aod bat racks at Holbrook 'a. Da
All those kaowlnv ihiM.lM
to Geo. Barker will please call on bin
nod settle at hi new office la Buford
E. B. McITowa an- V.nl I.
- " I.
length, cut or apllt; toft coal, lump and
iscomi r nirecia street and First
avenue. Telephone 1199.
When yon want a nice dUh of fresh
o raters aten In to Crv.ll A Muk'i .
dor them np In any style.
Tbe Crown dining ball. No. 1708 See
ond nvenuav la bow vmv a.. nnia
the beat meal lathe city for is cents. A.
n. .yonpm, proprietor.
Bear In mind wa An ant Alilt an. LI. a U.
cream when cold weather set la. and yon
n bt u in any quantity la tht coldest
weather. Rtsmniwr LTr.1l ja VI. i v. .a
get the beet.
tSO.000 IA loan n. r..l I..
in Bums of tltai aal nn..! .,
- f w. mm awwwa
current rate of Interest, without cosn-
niaeioa. a,, n. Uurst, Attorney at
law. Rock Island.
It iS dtnUVTOUB IO SMMrftf-t MUnL f .1
it leads to bronchitis and consumption.
Hood's Sarsaparilla cure catarrh ia air
Carte & Co." shoe ttora will
I offer my t jrk at Rr?at!y r
tlared prices for the next
30 days -
oa account cf expnst? ia re
moving, ami that I may hare an
enure new stock in my new lo
cation, the first door east of the
London Clothiog where 1
will have in a few days a full
line of the latest novelties for
C. C. TAYLOR.
t1at Vorr i. Ztaftee. aereeerd.
mralue of ta eataie of (mutt J. ZwtWr lata
". hereby rivr aour that he will apar
.T 1 axT nan or Knta liliM eoaaty, at
UMonW of tbe elarn at eat cn. ta the cue af
Rue laiaad, at imm C.Ww.iwm. oa th tret
aay tn Feaemary arat. at watra ua aU
bavtaiaiea-laaM eeuM arewa
Uaed aad reoaeated to aitrrol for Ua aarnt af
havlnr IbtMaaallMM. All perenaa Indebted
oeahleeiata are reaaeeard to aaes lataMdiaie
aivaMl . . -
6alrd tbl Sod day t IWoiaW. A. D. I'SS.
THXSm H. ZliOLEK. Adaalal rata.-
at) par cewt redaclloa fur la next as day
aa ftacfteeead Sprta' Watoaa.
Sto. lalO, Mil aad Mil Take Ave,
I to eapiai ptara ta tWeaevty to vy enr
rtacea, Kajpna, rwau, Ou. etc.
The Little Jewel
DAVE YOU SEES IT !
If you want n lamp of aay k'ad. it
will pay you to tee what I have. Tbe
rangeia price i front IS cast a p. and
the Variety and styl I just aa great.
LOO. LA T.
Caiaa amb Ol,
GR NO OPENING
seal to a biUoaa mmtm at t. .
giiilain, fiaaua, I'niial . taxi
, Praa-ateaaa. Mm, afaaf
avu. Wnii iMrani
eauae. rata aa an I
lbaAata, y OaraV Uta tHmr ms
aawtlly vataaMeaalV eiraia.niiaaaya.
Viaua Unaaannytiif aaaat4atat.ahtk tomato
m aa nasaliu laanawaaa, traal may aais
(AitST wnaid waahnvarterl
n'f rtT nlaa tula inn i niai Waif
"-r ' ' "i "-in mm
Who nan try tbaaa will t 4 tbaa Utile ylkiata
ValnanaBaay ware that IWy anU a-a a MV
rBvas that aarataaWe
I rw lule ttmmr TtThi are vaa-y Ml aad
S mmf . Oaa ar twa vilm aaa mmm.
Th-yaraauteUyvaraaUeaaAa ac anaa
aatfty Utr c-atlaaruw aaataU vh
SMetfcam tanlal nU S-aIL. SVaA
by diaua mm j a b ar aaa ay snatt.
cam: rrototNt co Hew Te.
i-ULL flL SUJUi CCSE SOU PL3
Aaaoear gooj news to
AJvLMa mu tmm - - . . -.
" ai awe cn tae
largest rlnak a...nf-. ZZ
rBert that lacy wtO be pWaaand to fwrassb
Banal Valtla m, ft B..
- ea tM mmW
ar assy ad daHsg the reanaiader of tbe
seaaoe si u rrry lw yrra mad rararr.
PI (w ata U.
Thta five a deride! alaat.M
ever cntstr-titnrt whd era art.....
eJoakt of taaanfannrrre hbv(rm
ui. Vr t.r,U ' e Walaer'a.
He and LtotrtV plnahea. aQ gtod
"W aad warraatod.
I Furnititre and
Have a Urgeat eelxbUakavaat Weat of CUeaca.
DON'T FORGET THE PLlCE.
clemaun & sALzr.innrj.
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
AbJ No. lJl, ljrj aoJ 123 Elzteentl. Stlt,
tckmrmAisa raoca m ra trara uaw.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
fcOCE ISLAXD, ILU,
Oxto',1 la to aa, aa ttaH eai.to. t a. taa.
nv. per ent latere paid oe, Dt: ta. Moawy toaMi rreowa. O
UtaraJ. or KeeJ Cstat Seoerlty
a. r. asTsouM. iw. r a Da. .rw. r-mna
KANN & HUCKSTAEDT,
!(a llllstl lilt Seooa. awa.
tae ta aa
OIL CLOTHS, SHADES, DEAPEBT, Etc.
TO REDUCE STOCK.
A Chance You Can't Afford to Miss.
We are o?rinc tmprvwexlinted values in
Including all of our magnificent aasortmeat of cboicw
IlaU and Bonnets
AT VE11Y LOW PRICES.
r.lRS. P. GREEHAVJALT
1704 SECOND AVNUE,
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURLIASH
$2.50 Per Gillon.
KOHN & AJDLER,
RemoTel to 219 &TUnlh Htrctrt
Use Raven dost DrcssL-3, -ibatiabao!
the beat LJkV aU. Notj T7dtC7prCCZ
acalea, cTatii u.4 inur- l.iLa.
Try a UmiIc dJ U coo vine &1 For naln nly j
Lino Boota crnl prz2,
trS Aveaaja. r-
Srvcral fine of led km' 04 -"- '
ndcrnai jnst erieaeat at wee-UrT-Tf
Cdwai' wrhhe aerft tweriaa, KLIti
nftc. ttrfttantl errarm .
Ladan- Xatttml Wool Merino, te.
Xrf Aaarartanaat tret Ooada irX
t'o4 tri tale ta Attr achat) aai ear
Caaml Baira. atro I aft liotk, tOu.
BMrt r-re I oat arbat m
for a etriwdt Craa.
Last of taw iraeoo.
'U " ' anta thas-n a tf.
eiyaw aad artoni as
Eon WET WEATHER
Tbwcppertatlila Doot Lis a
patent llatofc trtich la AC C :
aad Waterproof, taaertad tic- ";
a manner aa to zcala bcth r 1
Cr?5 Ck-' o "tor ir t !
M--1 A Tr-:'
i " 1 law 1 '.3ermatM.