Newspaper Page Text
JAHNS & BERTELSEN,
Tinwakb And Hotjsb
1612 SECOND AVENUE,
-Boup At Sheriff s Sale-
THE STOCK OF
Alexson & Ulmark
OF MOLINE. AT
Per Cent on the Dollar.
V will bring this stock to our stores this week. They
had a $3,000 of Stationery, Blank Books, PJnsh Goods
Novels and Sporting Goods, which we will close oat at
les9 than mannf utnrer's prices.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1703 and 1705 8econd Avenue.
A. J. SMITH & SON,
V wsrr, r
Fall 4ik It is now replete with Nov.lttaa. Call and compare oar stack sod prices.
A. J. SMITH & SON,
12'. and 127 Went Third Street. Opp. Masonic Temple, DAVENPORT.
Vf TO qr era g.g
Tii 'pecr Vt.L'-Rs- r, .D-Pts if ,;; Cities.
&3&32m?& tt fin
WALL PAPER COMPANY
312, 314 Xwcntietli St.,
And Postoffice Block, Moline.
FINE WALL PAPER EtcIcsI agents
Fxrr.irti-a: Bire Son, JaurwxT A Co., Robert 8.
Viirk WhII Pdpt'r r., and Uobtrt Oravee Sc Co.
SEE nU'f SPECIALS -Which Includes all th
h. low other dealers.
Ufa . '' ?, y
Howard Watches, Imported Watches,
H, D. FOISOM.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Syrupy
Acts quickly, it perfectly fe "d never fail to cure all Lung trouble!.
TRT IT. 10c, 25c and 50c BotUea.
Medicine 'cnown tor all Kidney, Long and Btomach tnmblea, is 1 '
Thomas Kidney and Liver Pills.
Be t Battle Sample free.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
rg an; piaty. j wsw titmr
fur the followini tlx lan?ert Wall Paper
Uubba ft oo., Jerln Uavtland, le
Art paper. Prices from 10 to SO per cent
ir, 'm -
THE COLLINS CASE.
Tbe Notice of Contest j Formally
TkrVroaad ark WhlrkllieOfsa
rfti mil 3lko Their risht far
Tkxtr Klsaiaia IkeXrXt Baa.
The formal notice of contest in the
right of W. C. Collins to s seat in tbe
Thirty-seventh general assembly from the
Twenty first senatorial dist rict was pre
pared today by Mr. Wo. McEoiry. who
baa been retained by the ootestant aa
counsel and by whom It will be duly
served on Mr. W.C. Collins on bis re
turn to the city Monday. 1 he contest is
to be made in the name of Thomas 8,
Silvia, chairman of the demr cratic county
committee, and W as follow t :
State of iLLiNors, i
21stSeka.tori4I, District f
.In the bouse of representatives, 87th
Tbomas 8. Silvis vs. Willi n C Collins,
Notice to contest election.
To William C.Collins, cl timed to be
member elect to the bouse of representa
tives of the Thirty. scenth general
assembly, state of Illinois ,
Tou will hereby take not ce that I will
contest your election to tbe htuse of
representatives of the Thirty-seventh
general assemblv of the tta e of Illinois
which will convene at the s -ate capitol at
Springfield. Illinois, on tb'i Tilt day of
January. A. D , 1891, upon the following
points, to- it:
F ret. That your have not been a res
ident for flye years of the s ate of Illinois
next proceeding the fourtl, day of No
yember, A. D , 1890.
Second. That you had not been a res
ident of the territory forming the Twen
tyiflrst senatorial district )f the state of
Illinois for a periol of twj years next
preceding the election, lo-witt on tbe
fourth day of November, A. D.. 1890.
Third. 1 bat the ballots cast for von in
Rock Island county and Henry county.
the two counties of the si ste of Illinois
comprising the T wen tj -erst senatorial
district were illegal and void.
Fourth. V otes cast for John A Wil
sou for member of tbe hon c of repre
sentatives of tbe Tbiriy-s venth general
assembly, of tbe state of Illinois which
should have been counted for him were
counted for v u.
Fifth. Von were not one of the three
candidates who received tl e highest num
ber of leeal votes cast by the legally
qualified electors of the Twenty-first sen
atorial district for member of the bouse of
representatives of the Thirty-seventh
Sixth. And for other reason.
Dated at Rock I Und. Illinois, this 6.h
day of December, A. D., 1890.
Tbomah S. Sn.vis.
Cbairmtn Democratic Cou ity Committee.
The notice of contest merely evinces
the determination of the democrats to
assert their rights aa to tbs seat in the
legislature, to which a ceri iflcate of elec
tion ha been issued to W. C. Collins, but
to which J. A Wilson hs the legal rieht.
Tbe shamefully partisan ittitude of the
governor of this state in letting himself
up as a judge of election and usurping
the functions of his office to aid tbe re
publicans of this district i i getting out of
their predicament will not be permitted
to have its desired t fleet. Tbe governor
should, under the law, ha re reserved bis
call for a special election until tbe house
of representatives, which is alone vested
with tbe right to judge th: election and
eligibility of its members, decided a spec
ial election necessary. Instead be has de
clared a vacancy where none has been
prwer. and involved thi- taxpayers of
Rock Island In an expense of $3,000.
Sustaining the position tt ken by the
democrats of this district tbe St. Lou s
Republic of Thursday ma es the follow
ing editorial review of th situation:
The confession of Mr. Collins, of tbe
Twenty-first Illinois dist-ict. that be is
ineligible to the legislature, does not en
able him to resign. He cannot resign an
office tie does not hold ard cannot legacy
hold. Tbe house slone in judge of the
qualifications of its memliers. and noth
ing can be done in his caw until it has
passed on it. Any attcn pt of Governor
Fifer to declare-the place vacant and fill
it by special election under bis own man
agement would be a nulli'.y. The election
cannot be ordered leeall; until tbe houss
has declared tbe vacancy and tt could
not, of course, recngnizs any pretender
sent by Mr. Fifer to appear for Mr. Col
lins on the theory that t.r. Collins bad
n signed .nd created t. vacancy. Mr.
Collins is undoubtedly ineligible, but that
fact cannot be legally acted upon until
it appear? legally as it cannot before
tbe legislature meets auil sits in judg
ment on the cose. Govi rnor Fifer can
not do that. He is not, nor can be make
any sensible claim that he is, judge of
the returns and quallrtcat ions of members
of the bouse. If be coul 1, we would fear
that the democrats woul 1 soon he judged
out of it.
A KtrawKe Ae-niaeat.
A peculiar accident occurred on tbe
Third si ret I line of the Holmes syndi
cate iff Davenport yesterday afternoon.
As a car drew near tae Rock Island
road viaduct over Third street, Henry M.
Hennlngs and J. W. WMel were the only
passengers. there w is a locomotive
switching cars above tht m, and the horses
became frightened at tho noise tbe thing
was making, turned first to one side and
then to tbe other, and finally, with a
frantic lunge the driver could not con
trol, sprang clear off the track on one
side, and the side wrem h they gave tbe
car turned it over on it.', tide. Mr. Wir
tel came out of tbe scramble with noth
ing worse than a shaking up, but Mr
Hennincs was somewbiit cut about the
head; presumably by the glass in tbe
windows, which was generally reduced to
fragments. He was somewhat bumped
and bruised, but his inj nnes are not so
serious aa to cause alarm. People who
rail at the danger of tl e overhead wire
ere hereby reminded th .t even tbe sedate
and steady going street car hcrse is not
without his occasional fiarenpa.
PaatDAitrel ate saaath.
The sale of the Rock Island & Milan
road by Reeeiver Hass did not come off
this morning as annou iced. There were
quite a number of pe tple at the court
house at the appointed time, but if there
were any street car people present they
were disguised. The i ale was prosponed
one month until Tuesday Jan. 6.
Overcoats sold els where at $18.50,
advertised as 'a barga in" and a "'great
weapon, the Locdon sell for fl2.75,
which can be aubstant a led by parlies re
siding in Rock Island. ,
The Crown dining sail. No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, is now n ady to furnish yon
the best meal in the ci y lor 33 cents. A.
B. Johnson, proprict r.
Bear in mind we do not quit making ice
cream when cold weather sets in. and yon
can get it in any quantity in the coldest
weather. Remember Kreli & Math's and
get the best. -. t
50,000 to loan on real estate security.
in sums ot faw ana npward, at lowest
current rates ot iota est. without com-
mission, A. .
law. Rock Island.
Hurat, Attorney at
THE HOCK ISLANii
- -"-"-'-" - .
I f-, a , . m iv n m .- r t m. , Mr
The Wrry Smim laj Traahl Oat la
fce' Rraaarkaaln DmIIsmi la
The ferry steamer J. W. Spencer has
been fast one-fourth the distance across
the river all day today . Oa her return to
this side from ber first trip at 5:50 this
morning, with Capt. Cameron at tbe
wheel, tbe boat ran on a sand bar and aha
has been stuck there since. Passengers
were transferred to the shorn in skiff and
coal has been carried to the disabled
steamer in tbe tame wav.
It was still dark when the ferry stuck
and Capt. Cameron says it is due to tbs
remarkable drop in tbe water, which
declined two feet Thursday night and six
inches last night, Tbe boat only-draws
two feet and a half which shows how
shallow tho nver has becotne. Capt.
Cameron anticipates a rise tonight wh eh
will release the boat If be don't get ber
off in tbe meantime.
The boat" got off at S o'clock this sfter-
noon and resumed traffic
ralfr Hla Wirty K srk.
The JJnion. of this morning makes
following announcement : .
According to an associated press dis
patch. President Harrison oa Friday nom
inated Mr. Walter Jonnaon to be tb first
collector of customs of tbe newly estab
lished port of deliyarv at Rock Island.
The appointment is due to the regard of
Congressman Qest, who made the recom
mendatiun without tbe request or indeed
tbe knowledge of the appointee, and is
held in all the higher esteem on this ac
Tbe attempt at modesty in the closing
part of tbe above is as ridiculous as it
is false. It has been a matter of current
report for some time that the editor of tbe
Union was straining every effort to secure
this paltry office, trare it day seem,
and it was bis society to gtt it tha Can
dldate Oest took advanfn o' before the
last month of tbe campaign and promised
ittoblmon condition that the Union
would from that on .oontaln all tbe per
sonal abuse of SciiT. CaI le, his family and
his friends that could Ik crowded Into its
columns. The editor of the Union com
plied with his part of this agreement lo
the letter, and now he has got his pay in
political eop ilntraeot, attached to
which there is not enough salary to pay
for the pencils which were rotted In car
rying from hi brain to the paper the mis
erable, scurrilous abuse with which his
The editor of tbe raioa Is like the man
who sold bis honor for a mess of pottage.
At Trinity church. Rev. R. F. Sweet,
rector. Service at 10:4.1 a. m.. 13 m
and 7 p. m. At the chapel at 2:30 p. m.
At the United Presbyterian church.
preaching at 10:43 a.' m. by the pastor,
tbe Rev. II. C. Marshall. Subiect:
Reconciliation." No evening ser
vice, the church uniting in the services
at tbe Baptist church.
At the Christian church, services to
morrow at 10 45 a. m. conducted by tbe
pastor. Rev. T-W. Uraf ton. No evening
service, the congregation joining In union
meeting at tbe Baptist church. Sunday
school at 9:15 a. m. Young people's
meeting at 6.30 conducted by Miss Jessie
At tbe Central Presbyterian church.
preaching In the morning by tbe pastor.
Kev. J no. H. Kerr. Subject, "The
Stepa in tbe ' Sinnere' Conversion "
Sunday school at 9:34 a, m. Y. P
S. C. . at 6:30 p. m. Union aervio s In
tbe evening at the Baptist church.
preaching by tbe Rev. John H. Kerr.
At tbe Broadway Presbyterian church
the Rev. W. S. Marquis, pastor, will
preach at 10.45 a. m At 7:30 p. m. there
will be a nnion meeting of Broadway and
Methodist congregation. Sertuan by tbe
pt rof the Broadway church. Coil
dren'a me t.cg at 3 p.m. Sunday school
at 9:10 a m. South Park Mission school
at 2:30 p. m. Young People's meeting
at 6:30 p. m.
At the First M. E. church, preaching
at 10:45 a. m. by tbe pastor, the Rev. G.
W. One. Subject,-"Saved With Diffi
culty.'' At 7:30 p. m. union revival aer
vlce at the Broadway Presbyterian cnurch.
Preaching by tbe Rov. W. S. Marqii.
Sunday school at 9:15 a. m.. J. F Rob
inson, superintendent. Young People's
meeting at fl.30 p. bi , Mr. C. B. Adams
Pal ire Palata.
Geo. Washington was hell in bonds
of 9100 by Magistrate Wivill this morning
for carrying concealed weapons. Be
went to jail in default.
Tbe police have been notified of a whole
sale burglary at Davenport last night the
circumstances of which are almost too
sirange to be true. However the facts
as reported are that during the night a
covered delivery wsgon belonging to
Wadsworth & Co. wholesale dry roods.
was loaded with forty plush cloaks, fifty
plain rings anj three dozen woollen shirts
stolen from Den ich s store and wheeled
off. Tbe wagon n as found some distance
away this morning but ttte stolen geods
nave not been recovered.
At the annual communication of Rock
Island Lodge No. 658, A. F. & A. M.. the
following officers were elected for tbe en
suing Masonic year:
W M J Alex Montgomery.
S W Emiel Scbmltten.
J.W Emiel Beck.
Sec'f Louis Kohn.
Treaa Wlllard Baker.
Auditor John Crnbsugh.
Member of Board of Control for Two
Years Louis Kohn.
Installation will lake place at Masonic
Temple, Fniay evening, January 2
' Taara's Botning Ua it '
False insinuations can always be
traced to a cowardly source and to peo
pie who are fully conscious of their own
weakness. To enumerate instances
whore customers tell us. "yon sell this
suit much cheaper than so and so
or "I saw this overcoat at such and such
a place at $12" (our price being 89 35)
would continually keep us before tbe
public with announcements of this char'
acter. We are fully aware that onr prices
are lower, the make up and Ot of our
clothing superior benoe onr advice come
and see how much better you can do at
. Sncox & Mosxkfexdkbs
jl party in nocx island (wno gave us
full liberty to use his name if necessary)
bought an overcoat of the London for
$14 25 and sold it next day to one of our
merchants for 820. This very remarkable
and singular stalemenXcan be plainly
proved to anyone. The London never
advertises any fact but what can be fully
Suits sold for f 8.50 elsewhere, the Lon
don sells "without blowing" for $6
which fact can be substantiated .by parties
living in. rreemption, ill. - This is
sample o! the prices advertised by tbe
London would-be competitor as "a
great weapon." .
Did anyone ever see clothing sold in
Rock Island to Davenport people, before
the London came? Yellow bandies are
bow crossing every hour. This proves
plainly what good goode at Jew price
f6 Messrs. Hildebrandt 6 Weinburger
no have purchased tbe Kock Island Ice
CuSsx outfit, began deliveriag ice Nov.
a Free Mai
trsaait ta Uaveaaort ke Para Faata
lmewAllr Talaailae at
ttr Haaae la (Stata Back Ilaa4.
The disaster which threatened to at
tend Drummer W. H. Aliardyce and
Alice Valentine, the South Rock Island
girl, in their romentic escapade, have
blown over. The eloDine cou Die have
been separate! but neither baa suffered
seriously for the folly which has given
them both such notoriety since Tuesday
last. Last nieht the runaway cirl was
brought back by her father and is at - ber
parents' borne in South Rock Islsnd
again. Aliardyce reached Davenport in
custody of Chief Kessler last night, and
this morning he paid the costs la tbe
care and was released, He is said to have
a wire in Peoria, but aa neither she nor
Hiss Valentine would prosecute him he
was lven his liberty, n claims to have
met Miss Valentine on a steamboat ex
corsion from Rock Island to Muscatine.
last summer, since which time
tbey have been in correspondence.
He ' savs he merely meant to
take the girl on a pleasure trip with him
and promised to send her back to Rock
Island frc m Dubuque. lie and tbe girl
both deny that there was any criminal
intimacy between them.
Tbe Dubuque Timet f yesterday
morning contains the following further
particulars relative to the exploit of the
couple in thst city:
W. H. AUun and wife." who waa ar
rested Wednesday night at tbe Lorimier
bouse, spent tbe day In durance vile. Af
ter eating breakfast at a restaurant the
man wss locked up In tbe calaboose with
a miscellaneous assortment of "drunks"
and"vss." Tbe cirl. Alice V.lrntin
spent Wednesday night in a chair at ibe
police court. At 0 o'clock Yesterday
morning she happened to see a niano In
the office of tbe untrioundent of schools
and ssked permission to play it, whlrh
waa granted. She showed that her mu.
sical education has been quite extensive.
Alter Dreaarast sne was taken to tbe Jail
and (riven a room la tbe sheriff s residence.
Tbere she passed the time awav.
She never lost ber sans- f r.iid. thouvh
appearing to be a reasonably mod out young
woman. She sajs she haa known "Mr
Allen" for seven months, during which
time sbe has corresponded with him. It
develops that "Allen" I a traveling sales
man for an eastern gold pen firm. Yet-t-r-day
be sent for an uptown jeweler and
through him secured Col. D. J? Lyon as
his attorney. The colonel denounces the
arrest of Alien as an outrage. He rays
the officers have no rikbt to bold him. A
telegram received from Rock If) and
yesterday states that "Allen" Is wanted
on a charge of seduction. Frank Kersler.
city ma sbal of Davenport, arrived in the
city last evening, lie held an interview
with Mia alentine at the tberlff a real.
dence and will probably take her bark to
Furs are going lively at Lloyd & Stew.
Go and see the Japanese booth
Armory hall next week.
Gentlemen's fur collar ami ruff.
Lloyd St, StewariV
Holiday Bonds cbeaner thn
nann s Uuckstacdi a.
ExAld. W. H. Edwards is home from
Rockford lo spend Sunday.
Oh as. Stoddard returned today from
tbe n rth to spend tbe winter at borne.
Mrs Dr. Cray, of Dubnaue. U here on
a visit to her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John
The Boston Ideal ooera comnanv arktck
played at Davenport laal nigbl is stranded
Csll at Kann& Hurkstaedt and see aona
of the nicest family rockers ever shown
to the public.
Kaon & Huckslaedt want one and all
to call and see Iheir fine line of holiday
goods In furniture.
Tbe largest line of cenllemen'a hand
kerchiefs and mufflers can be teen at
Lloyd & Stewart'.
Don't forgei the turkey and olum Dud-
ding dinner at Armory hall next Thurs
day December 11.
The ladies of Trinity church will hold
a buztr at Armory hall Wednesday and
Thursday. Dec. 10 and 11.
Those sealskin and plush caoes at Llovd
ana Blewan are beauties. A nlaer
present for a lady yon could no: think of
Do not forget to read the advertise
ment or the American Clothing company
on this page where prices on clothing are
ansa jmcidb uowen waa riven a svrv
pleasant surprise by about thirty of her
young friends at ber home on Twenty
tuurm sircei last eveuing.
r-very one Interested in Christmas eift
should see tbe oil painting and fine art
worn placed on exhibition in the window
oi me United States express office.
Ice in the river is at a standstill ai
Clinton, completely blocking navigation
if there waa any. Tbe ice is so thick oa
the slough here that boys have been skat
ing on it.
The cantata "The Little Gypsy" waa
presented a delighted aodiance by th
laaies oi the First Baptist Church at ar
mory nail last evening. Ahont lift
V.UMUICB iiius pari ne proaucuon.
ni. :l . . i. . i . . .
Rev. J. H. Kerr, of the Central church.
ddkids a acnes or leur lectures on the
-books oi tbe Bible" at the Y. M. C. A
rooms tomorrow at 8:30 p.m. All young
' curuiaiij mviiea u ne present.
The Cigarmakers' union of Rock Island
will give their first annua ball at Armory
nan ua oaiuraay evening, December 13.
a general public Invitation is cordially
extended. Bleuet band. George S'troehle
i-x uounty Treasurer Schafer bid his
friends In Rock Island goad bre today and
" ia wpmnurs ir nia borne In Fun
Myron where be will engage in business.
rour year from now the people of the
county ww nave use lor him again.
Clem an n ft Salzmaan have cleared their
targe carpet room of carpet for the nrea.
ent and are arranging therein a display f
holiday novelties ia furniture consisting
of fancy chairs, table, etc.. etc Vop ta
boo see me new display and e V. ? nice
Great clearing sa e for this coming
wees ai viemana A baixmaaa to make
room lor new good. Thi eel mesas
a great aacnfice oa prices In porlerin
curtain. Anyone in need of curtain
should embrace this opportunity to buy
"' vtaoa guwus ai a very low price.
senator Bill Crawford, that walking
laeai ot brilliancy and statesmanship j a
conceived by the republicans of the
Twenty-first senatorial district, waa in the
city today. Crawford says ever, thing la
coming his way . in lie lower end of thi
Lcounty for his nomination forconzrets
.ww jcaia neoce.
The remains of Mrs Geo. M. Gould, of
Moline. whose teath occurred ai Hot
opnnga, Thursday, arrived last night
airs, would was . twenty -eight years of
age. and uiey had been married air veara
Tney had been at Hot Spring for some
nose ia aopes of benefitting Mr. Gould'
Joseph Smith one of the striking miners
of South Moline was ia tbe city today and
called at tbe Aneus office to stale that
many erroneous Impressions ha been cre
ated and circulated concerning the terms
of which th miners will return to work.
Be ssys they have ben gvttinj three and
ti i won
Samuel Temple, a mis emnkiv&l t I
T. No'tsker, and living oa FoarU eveaoe
and Niaterath street, met with a peculiar
aocioaet Tburaday night He had soured
some gasoline oil into a a lev to Mow oat
the caimaey and looked iato tbe top of
tne stove lo see if the fire was going.
The explosion occurred joet at that la
slant and Temple' face we badly, but
not aerioosly burned.
Tbe actnal population of Reck Island
as shown by H. W. Stone's directory is
20.685. The book will be in the hands
of tbe printer by tbe first of tbe week
and Mr. Stone ta anxious that all who
know that their names have been omitted
or who have changed residence lately or
who contemplate changing Wve their
names and addresses at hla office, 171$
Edward Carter, of Moline. who was
released from jail only a few days ago,
was arrested late yesterday afternoon on
a charge of forgery. . He signed William
Ooldwortby's name to a paper upon
which he procured a revolver at B. H.
Quick's hardware store. When taken to
tne police station he admitted that be
had forged the signature and slated that
be was driven to the act while nearly
crsxed oa account of the actions of his
Oysters alKrell & Math'a.
Without doubt the best plane to trade
is at the London.
Oo to Hoi brook's, Davenport, for car
pets and silk curtain.
Tenderloin, spare ribs, pig's feet, leaf
leard, etc., at Qilmore'e pork house.
Send your friends to grail Math's
for a dlib or can of fresh oysters.
Gall and see tbe hand -carved bed room
inltes at Uolbrook'a, Davenport.
Parlor suites and fancy chairs of every
description at Holbrooke, Davenport.
For rent a good seven room bona,
good cellar. Enqiire at Kohn 4 AdletX
Ice cream always oa hand and served
by the dish all winter at KreU A Math'a.
W anted Pastry cook at Rock Island
house. Apply at occe. C. Q. Gaver.
A handsome line of hook caeea and
cabinet Just received at U-ibrook'a, Day-
Aa elegant assortment of dining lablea,
chair and hat rack at Holbrook'a. Dew.
All those knowing themselves Indebted
to Goo. Buker will pleat call on bin)
and settle at his new office in Bufonl
E. B. MrKown sells hard wood ia
lengths, cut or split; soft coal, lump- and
nnt, comer Fifteenth street and First
avenue. Telephone 119').
When yon want a nkw dish ot f rash
oysters step in to KreU A Math'a and or
rter them up la any atvle.
i. K. VorratMc,
OMK XIOITT ORLT.
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 10th.
Tbs Ortatnt till 4 lb Araana,
Ftodacad by a aaprrlor oosapaav.
To tlet .knar oa tka mmim J ma
ntl.rluus awls. craa.of Laufour taU
ilk It, "
Krmeavcd wats oa M.w.dr at Harper Boaas
I offer my stock at greatly re
dnced prices Tor the next
on account cf expense in re
moving, and that I may have an
entire new stock in my new lo
cation, the first door east cf the
London Clothice Co., vthere
will have in a few days a full
line of the latest novelties for
C. C. TAYLOR.
Call and see Those Fine
Tare Car Loads. y cWaa. at
100, Kit ass it Third Away.
The Little Jewel
IJAVE YOU SEEN IT !
If you want a lamp of any kind.
wui pay you to aee what I have. The
range n price is from IS cents np. and
tbe r vlety and style ia just a great.
Caiaa aaa Oum,
MIS) ansa Avaaa
m rj . -
Make lis Uvea af am naanaa ataxu.
ef ensy pep sjrtssEaMe,
to seU-destraetlaau Taatia.a
after eattec. soar atesaath. sack hnilsrais.
heartbarn. loss of appetite, a taint. " aD lane"
Jsemig, bad taste, eoete4 tongaa, sad irrf
After r3ptofes. Dyspepsia
attention, and a rsawdy Uka Baa .'s Sena
parma, which net geatry. rst sarety aa4
eOeleady. It tone the stomach aa4 ether
evtana, ivtnlatea the alrestloa, create a
good appetite, and by thos ai
evereomlng the local sysna. i .
tnsns removes th sraipa- He&d&CnS
thetl efforts t the slivease. baaithea th
headaeae, sad refreshes the ttred snkas.
"IsavebeeatrotiUed whh arpauw I
had bat Utile appetite, and what I aid est
Ua9rr, distressed aw, a aid ass
tlfH "" la aa hoar
DUm after aating I waaM expe
rience n falntees. or tired, anyone feeunc
MNlthUliwasacsravated by arr basiaess.
which Is that of a painter, and from beiat
more or let shot hp ta a
root with fresh paint. Last oour .
spra 1 toast Uoat Sana- OlOmiCn
rIT- look three bottles. It M e an
tauaense aatoaat at gvoa. It gave as aa
eaarttte, aad say too4 rrtiahad aa4 siaa
the erartns; 1 had prerloaary experlaasaa,
Ocoaos A rOK. alarm wn, Mas.
hf C- L BOOD a CO, Aastaacarua, Im
IOO Doses One Dollar
Asaoonce gooj mws to
Advice received from ta-a of tw
it cloak aaaanfactnrers are in tho
that tbev mrill h r 1. 1
llh all tKm
may Bead Aarta IU -
eeaaoa at the very low rrice mad earlier.
wiH he mad.
Tnia glvee as a decided edvaaurv
r eMaanatllMa , . ,
doak of maaaraetnrer who have elver
allocation cf en advance. 1
Oar sraratMia w
Salts' and Listen' eJak .n J
wearers and warranted.
"Rock Island. Illinois.
What Would be a Useful Christmas Present
CLEUAtH Sl SALZMAIlf,
No$. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And No. 1U, 26 and 183 Sixteenth Street,
M O trr- h . .y lavaVn
M J ... h 1 -J
fca. W 218 fcEI
P S-hrJ OS'S. . . r ' 1
$ 5rg t B I? ,S if sr-i
g I-3&2 5- ?ri sg 0 S3
s ?g 5 a era
? b s-g 2.. it Z - S s
B'eg I -- 2 .0
-3 CT" W ' o ft
. 2 4 - , y faeanafsam
b II 2. 0 3
o CD i-r . f C 2- ? 2- TT-t
2 5?' H . ' O feZg
3 g: -r 4; J s . . c rn j
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER, .
Removed to 219 3Tntepnlb Stxt
' MARKET SQUARE.
KANN & HUCKSTAEDT,
Kx Iftll aai 181S Saooal irstss.
rw LsaSats la stilas sad prtm la
OIL CLOTHS. SHADES, DRAPERY, Etc.
Ute Raven Gloss Ortsslnj, bc abeoi-ate!T
the Ua O Lidia' sLoes. Never WdtCrprOOf.
calei. cracks eor injure tbe ieaibei.
Try a LvtUe ati J be cotvibceJ. Tor 1 only bf
Several Usee of ladies' and cfcildrv'
underwear just opened at wonderfBl1
Ladtea' white no ft trwriao, rittci
am bSc, RIMd drawer (9s
Ladies' Salami Wool Merino. 50e.
Jfrw aaaortasent Drre Oaode feat
ptaoad oa sale ta Aatraraaa aad atbrr
Caanrl Ualra, tire soft doth, aOc.
Roach mrgt-e joet what yon !
for a etylafe drasa.
Laat ot the toasoau
I A Ladies' Writing Deak.
! A Ladies' Bookcase,
j A Ladies Music cabinet.
A Fine Sideboard.
A Fine Ontre TabU.
A Fancy chair.
A Fancy Rocker.
And many other race and nae
FOR WET WEATHER.
Tha upper in thi Boot haa a
patent hting. Is OH
and Waterproof lnerti laa-ach
a manneT as ta BaVai l-s rwt
Yon most hustle to win. In the jack
pot et life the man wl p is shy Is not lb
loyd a Etewart choke 11m of
t -"1 H--rrV
sm ua"a jjar cr-ia Bar
s. n it .1 ct