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JAHNS & BERTELSEN.
TRUE LflvCRnT i mcftvnU.,e,m,.K. . i i
Tinware And Hotjsi
1612 second avenue.
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-Bought At Sheriffs Sale-
THE STOCK OF v
Alexson & Ulmark
OF MOLINE. AT
Per Cent on the Dollar.
W will bring this stock to our stores this week. They
had a f 3,000 of Stationery, Blank Books, Plnsh Goods
Novels and Sporting Goods, which we will close out at
leas than mannfictnrer's prices.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1703 and 1705 8econd Avenue.
A. J. SMITH & SON.
r all Stuck ia now replete with Novell las. Call ana compare our stock and prtce.
A. J. SMITH & SON,
123 and 187 West Third Street, Opp. Masonic Temple, DAVENPORT.
WALL PAPEl. COMPANY
312, 314 Twentieth St.,
And Postoffice Block, Moline.
FINE WALL PAPER Exclusive agents
Keotoriea: Binpi Son. Janeway A Co., Robert 9.
York Wall Paper Ci,., ami Hohert Orarea Co.
WEB OUti UPBC'IALS-Whlch Includes all the
below other dealers.
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Howard Watches, Imported Watches,
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Syrupy
Actt qillokly, U perfectly safe and never faUs to curenll Lung troubles.
TOY yt. 10c, 25c and 50c BotUea.
. THE BET
Medicine kaown lor all Kidney, Lang and Stomach troubles, it
Thomas' Kidney and Liver Pills.
Bo a Bottle Samplea free.
" ' ROCK ISLAND, ELL.
for the following sir largest Wall Paper
Uobb & Co., Neylna A ileviland, New
Art papers. Prices from 10 to SB per cent
The SedacUve Drummer :iud Bis
Victim. , .. '
e Mtwry ef Tkelr Arrpwt wt :.
Vearrw Fabltrtty. - ..
Chltf Frnk Keeslcr. of the 3)aTenport
police force, accorarjaniorl v v,
Vklentine, of 8onih Rock Ialai i. are ex.
pectea tiarnveinDavenport at 10 o'clock
tonight with the commercial iinm
and Mr. Valentine's i!tim ' . ... u
daughter who eloped from Rock Wand
Tuesday evening and were captured at
Dubuque the following day a detailed in
last night. Abous. The aedw er"a orrect
name is W.' H. Allardyce. and the
Rlrl'a right name Alice Valentine. Cuter
Kesalerand Mr. Valentine :ould have
gotten back this morning by coming
down on the Milwaukee on ttis aide, but
the chief thought best not to give the
fellow, Allardyce, a chaoci to make
trouble by coming into Illino with him.
o they will reach Davenport by a cir
cwitoua route, keeping within the bounds
of Iowa. The fact that Allardyce ex
pressed great fear of having the circum
stancesof the case given puMlcity on bis
arrest at Dubuque leads to t ie belief that
he may have a wife somen here in the
country, Whether be hat or not his
aconndrelismin this case Warrants the
severest penalty that the law can irn pose.
The Dubuque Time givtt the follow
ing account of the manner in which the
eloping couple came to grief in that city.
AyonS cnple disoiou a ted from the
C. M. & St. P. train from t he south last
evening, took a carriage and drove to the
Lorimier House. Just as the carriage
drove away Marshal Riceappeard on the
scene, made Borae inquiries and then left
the depot as suddenly as be had come.
The carriage drove to the I Grimier where
the man registered as.W. 11. Allen and
wife. N. Y. The couple T here assigned
to room 44 and while their s luggage was
taken up sat down f rest i i the hotel par
lors. The man was t medium height,
with a black moustache a id black eyes
He was about 82 yeais oi l. dressed and
looking like a traveling man. His com
panion wss a girl of about eighteen years,
tall and rather slender, wi.h a good figure
and a pretty face. She wi neatly, though
not fashionably dressed ii dark colors.
Anyone might have knofn at a glance
that she and ' Mr. W U. Allen" were not
man and wife. Tuey were still seated in
the parlors, talking and waiting for their
room to be made ready w hen again Mar
shal Rice put in his appearance. He had
tn his pocket a telegram teceived an hour
"Rock Islakd. Ills, Dec. 8. To
Chief of Police, Dubuquo: Look out for
tall, dark cotuplexioned man, with black
mouslache aod eves. Well rlrmand- wriih
him is a tall. slen1er girl, seventeen years
old, named Alice Vrleutiae. Arrest them.
Hock ItUnd. 111."
Clerk Tvson. of th Ij
telegram. Then he casually dropped
Into the parlor and looked at " Mr. and
Mrs-W. H. Allen. N. I .," as they sat
there, all unconscious. Out he walked
then and said to Mumhul
waiting in the hall: ' Those are your
peopie. "ftir, ana Mrt . W. H. Allen"
were very much aotonis ed that aoyont
ebould dare talk of arrening them. "Mr
Allen" tried io explain hat it was all a
mistake. But thev went with th mar
shal to police headquarters. They were
not forced to spend the night In a dun
peon pell hut WprA lnobat nnln tKa
court room and a man set to watch them.
sir. w. u.. Alien, or . y, sat down
an e&SV Chair, turnel hia hucfe nn th.
girl. put his feet up on the table, pulled
nis nataown over Ms black moustache
and pretended to Bleep. The girl was
given a comfortable (hair, and sitting
there with her cloak and bat still on, she
dOZed away. She was evlitantlv nnt iiukI
to being up late atnittht. "Don't put It
tn tee paper, pleadea "Mr.W. H. Allen."
ii win nun my irsac on me road. 1 am
ciigar salesman ana ' ravel irom unlca-
, w u ico, m course, ne is not.
"This isn't an eiorxtment or a marri w
or anything of that kind. The lady
wanted to come up hi re on a little pleas
ure trip and I told ba r to come alone.
That's all. Just a little pleasure trip.
There is nothing In l. for a newspaper.
Wbv. no: leave it oul. It'll hurt mv hu
The eirl woke iid from her doze as she
heard "Mr. W. H Allen's' ini A
she listened to his fa ry tah a slow smile
crept over her face and she turned away
Pear Da veopwrc
All the fond hopes that Davenport cen
tered on its D. I. & D. road of getting a
railroad named after it and of entering
the heart of the Dal otas direct, have been
shattered. The people were taxed to
carry out this long cherished desire, but
for naught. The I: I. & D. has been
turned over to the 8.. C. R. & N. for half
what it cost aod jo it how the transfer
will benefit Davenport Is not apparent to
the Davenport TrVur.e. It ssys:
Divenport Is nor cut off forever from
having a northwest road into Dakota, the
one thing which o ir citizens desire above
all others and tie only consideration
which induced them to vole the tax. It
la a well known fct that tbb B., C. R-jfc
N. is a part of tt e Rock Island system,
and it has been whispered pretty freely
that the Rock Ialsnd was back of this deal
and urging it tot ward. The deal also
cuts off all the cr ditors of Williams &
Flynn, the contractors who built the road.
who are laboring men, many of them
needy. It is a sb rae and disgrace that
poor men who worked bard on the con
struction of tiie r ad are obliged to lose
their bard earned wages, the wealthy alone
being benefitted I lereby. Let one of these
men ask a favor t the road and be will
be sneered at. It is time that this voting
or a tax to build railroads be slopped.
It a company is inable to build a road it
should never bef in the task.
Tke P Iwta' ODteerw.
At Wednesday's session of tha Upper
Mississippi Pilo a' association at Clinton,
the following officers were elected:
President L A Day.
Vice Presidet I E. J. Chscey.
Secretary and Treasurer D. C. Law.
Directors WJt. Siocumb. J. Lan
caster, J. E. Ht unin, G. Denbey and
W. A. Blair. "
Major McKei.zie, of Rock Island, and
Major Megs, of Keokuk, were In attend'
Tiw Piayiag Caada.
Send ten (1C ) cents in stamps or coin
to John Sabaf '-ian, general ticket and
passenger agei t Chicago, Rock Island &
Pacific railwaj , for a pack of the latest.
smoothest, si ckest playing cards that
ever gladder d the eyes and rippled
along the flngiirs of the devotee to high
five. sevenur, casino, Dutch, euchre,
whist or any other . ancient or modern
game, and gtf your money's worth five
-. a. aetce Eicctioai.
Last evenli g Trio Lodge So. 67. A, F.
tt A. If., eke led officers as follows:
W M G I Kramer. -
B W J R Johnston.
J W J H Kerr.
Treas H Burgower. .
Sac W B Pettit.
Aud E P Pinneo.
ABeawtlfwl Kwtertalwaaeratat Araawrr
tsall l.awt Kwewlrc F fc IKllew wt
the Baanwt 1'hwreh. '.
The ladies of the First Baptist church
gave tha first of two entertainments which
have been awaited with considerable In
terest at Armory hall last evening. The
affair consisted of the pr.aentation by
means of tableaux, soncs and aolos and
recitation of the poem "Songs of Seven."
i various tableaux which were accom
ied by the reading of the verses of tha
poem pertaining to each by Mrs. W. C
ans were as follows:
'Seven Times 0 " rhS1,lkn4 Vi..
Gertie Don; "Seven Times Two," girl
nooo, mips urace K ah Ike; "Seven Times
Three " lnva. Miaa I.I'tI irumkL
Times Four." maternit. Mrs. H
F ilaom. Mariam CUAmn A
Bollock. Oscar Ohlweiler. Cora Me
Kown and Elbert Don: "Seven Times
Five." widowhood. Mr, C A t.l.
Seven Times Rir n.i.nKu. n:... i.'
Marriage, Mrs. Geo. W. Cash, Miss Lizzie
o.eiuoi, w ui rntneo, uapt. w. V. Chan
non; "Seven Times Seven,' Longing for
uio, wun song oy niss fclla al. Wll-
la addition to the tableaux, Mrs. C.
. Maolove. of Davenport, sans a solo,
a. Bird of Spring," with piano accom
paniment by Miss Alwilda Younff. of this
city, an! Master Harry Hassoa. of Dav-
iport, rendered a song which merited
the highest sense of appreciation. The
pper was from 5 to 7 and was liberally
Tonight the programme is to be
changed, "The Little Gypsy" cantata be
THE SPECIAL ELECTION.
Weweraar Plfrr erarra Dec. S aa the
ay aura .the Repahiieaaa will Ew
weaver tw want J. A. W llawa rraas the
The following special from Springfield
appears in todays Chicago Herald:
Governor Fifsr returned to the city
this afternoon after the ahaenw rt
several days and his first
and only official act was to Issue a call
for a Special election tn ha helrl nn ti
in the Twenty-first district, to fill a va
cancy iu the house, created by the reslg.
nation oirv. u. Collins, who is pre
sumed to have been elected by the repub
licans of the district, and who is
known to be ineligible. The alacrity
with which the governor acted In th
premises has given rise to a suspicion
taai ne was committed to the policy of
the republican leaders in advance of Col
This costly little political dodge on the
part of the republicans will attach no in
terest to democrats who will in no way
participate in it. They are satisfied with
Wilson whom they will bave no difflcultv
in seating when the legielatute meets.
Joslin, Dec 1.
Mrs. Gorgc Clark. ofAudobon. Iowa.
came on Tuesday last to make an ex
tended visit with ber daughter. Mra
George W . Crompton.
Come, come, it is not so bad aa it micht
be, 1 see Bologno sousaee is placed upon
the free list. It is said HcKmley himself
is very food of them.
Mr. D. B. Nash has built him a verv
nice and convenient residence, with new
barn and other outbuildings and has la
ken out an insurance policy In the Coe
and Zuma Mutual, -
On Thankseivin dav Mr. Albert
Michaels aod Miss Lill e Dunbar were
united in marriage at the residence of the
bride's parents at Joslin. There wee
present in attendance a large throng of
invited guests and the presents were nu
merous, useful aud ornamental. They
bave the best wishes of their friends.
Mr. David Adams lost a fine vounr
horse on Friday moraine last. It is
claimed somebody left the gate open of
u,e neia in woicn they were in, and all
bis borses got out and went upon the
railway track. One was caught bv the
engine, which cut off one leg. It had to
be shot. Another had its foot crushed.
Wasn't it very nauebty for that ladv
in the postoffice to tell Mr. Quay's son
tbst his father's mall now went to the
dead letter offlceT Of course it was a
heinous crime for which Mr. Wanamaker
dismissed ber. No one will say that she
did right in so expressing: herself to Mr.
ioay s son. But then compare her ex
pression, lor which she was removed
from the position, to Mr. Quay's blocks
or five letters that he sent to Indiana,
advising and scheming and plotting for
me purchasing oi voics and thus over
tbiowing our republican form of govern
ment, which Judge Woods decided "was
not an indictable offense." Which was
the greatest crime and who ought to re
ceive the greatest punishment?
We are told that the McKinley bill pra-
tec's the farmers because it places a duty
of twenty-five cents per bushel on wheat
and fifteen cents per bushel on corn and
oats. If a few farmers should conclude
then that they would like to chance their
seed and try a new variety, and should
send to England or Scotland for 1.B00
bushels of wheat for that purpose, they
would have to p'ay f 250 duty. Is that
protection for the farmers T "Oh no,"
they say, "but if It was not for that duty
of 85 cents per bushel on wheat. India
and Russia would bring their wheat to
this country and undersell us, aod we
would have to compete with Russian
serf." Do not India and Russia take
their surplus crop into the markets of the
world where they can obtain the best
pricesT" Do not we take our surplus
and sell it where we can obtain the best
prices? Do not we have to compete
then with India and Russians serp in the
markets of the world? If it was not for
that twenty-five cents duty on wheat,
wonld outgoine cargoes of American
wheat be apt tn meet incoming cargoes
of Indian and Russian wbeatb Would
not that be something like carrying coal
to Newcastle? The farmers can see that
their business is such that the govern
ment can not in the nature of thing,
afford their commodities any adequate
protection inasmuch as they .produce
more than can be used at home. They
need the world to sell their surplus In,
and have little to fear from the competi
tion of other nations.
MCLTCM IH PABV0.
Eatertataeel HI a r'rleata.
Hon. George W. Vinton, of Moline, In
vited about twenty-five of bis friends In
the two cities to an elaborate apresd at
his residence, 1711 Second avenue, last
evening. . All present enjoyed themselves
heartily and were unanimous in the opin
ion mat ii tna aost wisnea to achieve a
reputation as an entertainer at the state
capital, it was only necessary to dupli
cate last evening's affair and invite
Springfield 's 400, including, of course, his
twin city friends. Fortunately it didn't
leak out until the guests were departing
that at 12 o'clock Mr. Vinton wonld
reach another Milestone in life, or the
congratulations might' hate overcome
him. - ; '
List of lettera a Deal lad for at the Postoffiee at
Kock Inland, Jtock Island coaatr. iiltnote.
IMC. 0 18MI:
Adams. 8. Q. ICrealer. John
Alger, W.P, Lynch. Mlae Mary J.
AaBtvr. Mr. Julia . Marrtn, Bill
Bollmaa. alin i. C, ' Miehaella, At
Can. Miu Minnie L Mlc .ell, Robert
Han ton, Mr. C. C. Rath. a. R.
Bailey, war Btadeaaaatei, Xdwarw
- roaawK lut.
Hide. W.H. Kaeudl. iae Martins
Lelaaa, Mra. Arm. NlUWohaa.
n iiMU w .Tram.
Para . W. H.
HOWARD WELLS, r. M.
A man can easily have his own wy by
i Furs of all inscriptions at Bennett's.
Come and see "The Little Gypsy" Can
tata. Nice eating and cooking apples al F.
Fancy canned goods jut received at
Without douM the best place to trade
is at the London.
The place to buy your gloves is at Ben
nett's glove store. "
The Little Gipsy" will entertain yon
at the Armory tonight.
Train master J. C. Stanton of the C. B .
A Q. was In the city today.
Rabbits, ducks, dressed cl Ickent and
turkeys at F G. Young's.
The" Black Hawk Building ft Loan
association meets tonight.
Golden Gate fancy fruits in peaches,
pears and apricots at Browner s.
Dressed turkeys and chickens, bulk
Oysters aod celery at Long's.
Cataba and malaga grapes, sweet cider
and Florida oranges at Long's.
. For rent a pood eeven room house,
good cellar. Eoqnire at Kohn & Adler'a.
In addition to the cantata at Armory
ball tonight Mrs. Manlove will sing again.
It will do von good to see the Gypsy
Cantata by 50 children tonight at the
The Rock Island A Milaa road Is to
be sold by Receiver Uase at the court
boose to morrow.
E. I. Leveen, E'q , of the London, left
for the east this afternoon on Important
It is not improbable that Stanley, the
famous explorer, will lecture In Rock Isl
and daring the coming winter.
Bridge 8upt. Fleming, or the Rock
Island bridge, today received an order to
close the draw for the aeason.
Grand rabbit lunch at Theo. Free a sa
loon 700 Twelfth street Saturday eveoir g.
Patrons and friends are Invited.
Found A pocket book, on Sixth ave
nue. Owner can bave same bv calling on
Lttter Carrier Perry at postoffice.
Mr. Henry Carse, deoifhter Miss Mollis
and sos John, left this morning for a vi
sit to Pittsburg, the home of sir Carse's
Mr. Geo. Scbafer. his son and daughter,
all of whom have been very ill with diph
theria, are recovering nicely. All are able
to be up.
Mr. Ross Wood m a d see. of the Daven
port Ga company, died last night. He
was well known io business circlos io the
Msy, the leader in low pries in gro
ceries, baa au interesting notice elsewhere
on this page to which be iuv t-s the at
tention of the public.
News has been received of the safe ar
rival at Los Aegelos. Cal . of Mr. John A.
Boyer and his neice, Miss Dugan, after a
very pleasant trip.
A number of freight cars were ditched
and damaged In the Rock Island yards
this morning but no heavy damage waa
done or Injury suffered.
The Sewing School will meet tomoirow
afternoon ia the old high school building
at 5) o'clock. The ladies Relief Society
will meet at the same building at 4 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Kerr and Mr. T.
H. Thomas attended the funeral of Mrs.
J. H. McGovera at Orion this morning.
There was an Inmnua hi.ii4..m .
inrnus irom uie country all about Orion
Overcoata anld laj;t,M tio ra
- U ( V K f
advertised as "a bargain" aod a "great
weapon, the Lotdon aril for tl2 73
bichcan be substantiated by parties r-
ag in hock island.
Did anvons evr im Ir.t v. I n i
Rock Island to Davenport people, before
the London came? Yrllnw ,.n,i. .
now crossing every hour. This proves
piainiy what good goods at l w prices
Suits Sold for fig SO elaewhan. It.. T .
don sells "without blowing' for 6 75
.uh u iictcis ue suostantiated.by parlies
ving in Preemotinn. nia xi.i. i. .
jam pie o the prices advertised by the
London's would-be competitors as "a
Mr. O C. Mclntlrw tit V, Tntlr
displayed bis spirit of public pride and
enterprise this morning by having erected
over his dry goods store some of the most
attractive signs that adorn Second ave
nue. Altera is the artist.
The Union street rilw Una r ..
Holmes anvdirate nrnwM k, ,k..i..
its route from Sixth in av.nth -
in esst Molioe to build over a right al
ready onered it through Riverside
cemetery to the thickly growing resident
portions east aod south of that city.
A partv in Rock Island fmhn
full libertv to use hia nam If
bought aa overcoat of the Lindon for
ii at ..J m i -
j ana soia unext day to one of our
merchants for 820. Thia were nmark.r.l
and singular suurmenl can- be plainly
pruTcu io anyone. I ne lxodoa never
advertises anv fact bm ih at ran ha full
Geo. Sf Jrthnartii liii.i.iu.
tive of "The Kindergsrden" com pany. Is
in the city nuking preparation for the
production of his play at U.rpt-r's
on Wednesday evening of next week.
oinK-T .yon or ine same company, also
arrived this forenoon and hrinm mni ...
courngiog reports of the success of his
Mr. Fred Haaa returned tut vantn
from Chicago, where be secured the
deeds of both the Rock laland and Bur
lington roads to the right of way over
their tracks al the foot of Twenty-fourth
street for viaduct purposes. Tee only
thing that now stands In lbs way of tbe
project is tbe blotted title of tbe Dart lot
m wouiy-iuurw sireci ana i ntra
Io tbe COUntY Court VeatArda and tn.
day waa tried tbe case appealed from a
Moline iostlrw'a vturt nt Sm.ih Mnii-
against the Molioe Central Electric rail
way, ids earn was neard bv Judge
Adams aod a iurv comnneed of Mraara
Eilel Nard. G. Foster, James W. Cava-
naugb, P. A. Skinner. G E. Brown.
William MrD.maM Jnh Ra!W. u
Kennedy. Pitrick Roney, A- H Hamii-
, u T . r. .
iuu, iiuci uercu aoa u. t . orunrr.
Mr. Q. W. Sinhl.d lnet hi. k..nlr
containing f 970 on Seventeenth street
near ui a:iey io toe rear or Bengslon s
block laatevenlnr. fin Nrnrninm m lwtb
for it he discovered Geo Washington, the
colored citizen. In tbe act of picking it
up. oiomaa aemandea bis property and
Washington gave it to him iln munt.
ing over the money Sjoblad found f 90
missing. He immediately bad Washing
ton arrested. Tb latter denied having
any of the lost money, and waa kept at
the station all night. This morning be
produced $85, and lat-r the police found
$20 and an employe of the bridge railway
barn $10 near where the pockeibook was
lost. This was turned over to the owner
Who Withdrew hia charowa aoalnat Wah.
tngtoa who waa released.
In the bead -Is
a constitutional ' .
Disease, and requires
A constltut onal remedy
L ke Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Which purifies the blood.
Mskse the weak strong.
Try it now.
How foolish are tbe notions of parties
toiniroduoa new remedies for. coughs
and kindred complaints when they should
know that the people will haye Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrnp and nothing else.
Messrs. Hildebracdt A Wriihumr
who have purchased tbe Rock Island Ice
cos outai, Degas delivering Ice Nov,
Men aia erattalnm. twtt th mmU .
beginning to BBdnrstaad that Salvation
i , . . ...
Hw airwewtr Wriar,
13 Pounds Grannie ted Sugar for.. ..I 00
16 " KxtraC , - ..IOO
4 " Golden Rio Coffee "....lOO
Milan Tomatoes 10 Cts per Can.
Royal Cora..... 10
Home made Sorghnm... 50 " a Gallon
"Oor Pearl" Soap.... 7 Ban for S3 Cta.
May's Patent Floor. 1.45 a Sack.
Early June Peas only it Cts a Can.
Oar stock is the largest la tbe three cities
and goods mast be sold. Come and be
Mat's Cash Grocbit Hocsb.
Oysters at Krell 4 Math's.
Go to Ho! brook's. Davenport, for ear
pete and silk curtains. .
Tenderloin, spare ribs, pig's feet, leal
leard. etc., st Gilmore's pork house.
Send your friends to KreU Math s
for a dish or can of fresh oysters.
Call and see tbe hand-carved bed room
suites at Hotbrook 'a, Davenport.
Parlor suites and fancy chairs of every
description at Hoi brook's, Davenport.
Ice cream always on hand and served
by the dish all winter at KreU ft Math's.
V soted Pastry cook at Rock Island
bouse. Apply at once. C. O. Oever.
A handsome line of hook cases and
cabinet fust recilved at Uolbrook'a, Dav
An elegant assortment of dining table,
chairs and bat racks at Holbrooke. Dav
All those knowing themselves Indebted
to Geo. Barker will please call on . him
and settle at his new office In Boford
E. B. McKown sells hard wood la
lengths, cut or split; son coal, lump and
ant, corner Fifteenth street and First
avenoe. Telephone 1103.
When yon want a nice dish of fresh
oysters step ia to KreU it Math's and or
der them np in any atyle.
Tbe Crown dining hall. No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue is now ready to furnish you
tbe best meal in the city for S3 cents. A.
B. Johnson, proprietor.
Bear in mind we do not quit making Ice
cream when cold weather sets In. and yon
can get It In any quantity In tbe coldest
weather. Remember KreU tt Math's and
get tbe beat.
$SO,000 to loan on real estate security,
in sums of f&M aod upward, at lowest
current rates of Interest, without com
mission. E. W. Hurst, Attorney at
law. Rock Island.
J. E. Morraoec,
B ana far.
OKR XIOHT OWLT.
WEDNESDAY. DEC. 10th.
The Creatert Dil of the Seeena.
Trodaead hr a sapertnr company.
" hr Snevt hnw on the road, fowtrae ed ew a
Hllariona barl.. 8ctaaa ol Leoahler Mothlac
Kneeved rtt on aale Mnad.r at Hamer Donee
fkaracy. l'rirea O, 90 aaa "4 cea e.
I oflVr my stock at gratly re
duced prices for the next
on acconnt f expense in re
moving, and that I may hare an
ntire new stock in my new lo
cation, the first door east rf the
London CJothirg Co., where I
wilt Lave in a IVw days a fall
line of the latest novelties for
SO percent redaction for the iwxt dare
oa Ra;nrn-a and Bpriac Waceoe. "
o. IfclQ. and jail. Third Are.,
Ia the cheapest niece In tbe roe Mr to ha CW
raca. BaawM. Paiata, utia, rlc.
.- r ens
The Little Jewel
HAVE YOU SEEN IT 1
If yon want a lamp of any kind. It
will pay yon to see what I have. The
range in price is from 18 cents up. and
ins variety and style is jast as great.
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H' a. rasa aa the ttai
aaawdaaaawaeeaaa awsVaaa ahwww aaawaaa
, ret Oarters LMCa Hear Mtsaai
Vaaliaf aieanlnrai nnn liiai.wat ta-y aaw
lAOetfcsw wwnM hsahaiatsriiianaifVwewe
awl aw froaa iha Smies o raai h.tfjw.
wrhoeaDrr laaea wUI Sad liaa Uua auae
able ka ee wmmf ware that the? win ao awwia.
rsj the haws af esasaay wvwi
tw ! ii aaal haaaV O
I Carhw Utdelrwl ere wary aaaRaM
WOTTeaarataAa. Till ir 1 1 1 ittli entn i in
Tawyarewyraair ewjaal hiael Ae aeS wrll
aaataaea. Ueiateal SSeMaai SveSartt.
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Tiaiaiiaiiaaaniiiaai ai a niaaaiias
ateadrajaawlhiaisesai Bewasllaej m$
Aneoaece gooj news u
Advicea rarwlvetl fma i ,r .w.
wV V, H,
mrwast cloak anawafriwia mrm i k-
ffect that they will be pteased le faratah
as with all u
we may ed daring the reeaainder f the
aawaoe at the vwry low ftices made earlier.
Tbrs.glvea aa a derided advaalajrv
over enoBpeUiors who are baying Uetr
eloaks of maaaracierers who have gives
wtiftcatioa rf aa edveeca.
,, ?" rw"u cf Walker a.
Ralu' aad Lister.' plashes, all wood
wearers and warranted.
Xlock Island. Illinoio.
I Fiirnitiire and
Have the largest estAbUskmesit West of Caleaw.
DOST FORGET TEE PLACE.
clehann & sflLzanwn.
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And No. 124, 128 and 128 Sixteenth 8tTwt,
TO REDUCE STOCK.
A Chance You Can't Afford to Miss.
We are offering unprecedented raluea In
Including all of our tnajnlflcent asscrtment of choJcej
Uats and Bonnets
AT VERY LOU' PRICES.
URS. P. GREENAWALT
1704 SECOND AVENUE,
MooiMuno nroBa tbb ttx stats law.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
SOCK XSLAXD, IXX.,
nvepereeatUterwtpaidemrepocita. Uosy kae4 ow ParwoasJ. Coi
Uterator Real Estate Bwoarlty
. r. UTaOUM. IW. P C DIXCBAJT' VV-rW A. K. BZTOXa, Cwaaa.
a s, jess, aad
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
"KlOHOSr & ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
KANN & HTJCKSTAEDT,
No. 1311 aad 1311 Beooai avenue.
OIL CLOTHS. SHADES, DRAPERY, Etc.-
Use Raven Gloss Dressing,
the tea for L&cs' sJkici. Nntr
sc!, rracls ror injures tLe IcaiIks.
Try a Lwule aaj Le cuovmooL
ITine Boots and SIic23,
r-A Avaaoe, r CccJ Avenue.
Saewfwl llaea mt ladies' aai eiOdrwa's
wwdererear jaet ep ans a at wwxerfaBy
low prtnaa. -
Lad lew walw anft saectew. rlhweA
arms hc, RIV4aa drawers IU.
Ladws' Katnral Wool Cert Kr.
Xtw aaaortaaeet Drees Oeeatf zX
placed easAW la Astracbaa aad esr
Oaesrl Balra, thw eolt cloth, CCa.
RxMBtw arrgwe Jest what yea
for a etylash drena.
Lat of ike i rasoa.
ai sKjaw aad arteaw la
FOR VET WEATHER
Thenppejriathia Boot I n
patentlinlnc, vlilch is Artt C
aad TVaterpror4, laaerted ta rz: ,
a manner aa to mala botii t:
For sale aa'y by
Member B Jard of Cojtrol two
vu m a rwu aura rnuiM article.
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euam r-j em .