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r.nwn flannels this week at 3 3-4s-
t At An. worth fln. Hmtmi
,!uils at 7 1"20' would be good value
100 Tnoseaiooaro wvrm a gooa
' 'ore. Our 9o Canton flannels are
have one case of 40 pleoea at
in which we will match against any
d elsewhere at 1 3 to 1 3 l-8c.
Oar 12c Canton flannels are ai good
QH IUU'.7 " w VMV aAAis
-rd wide, New England brown auts
Z lasts we will sell it at 4 3-4 per ycL
BlBHO-W(arJoatopeiiln?alIiieofRlbbotii thla week forthe Holiday eeason. annaM-
M,rihinsw'-n,r"1i"re''owo; it positively
from mn u wm.j pricea auaoioiely lbs
1713, 1714. 1716. 1718, 1730 and 1722 Swjohd Avamra.
-Bought At Sheriffs Sale-
THE STOCK OF
Alexson fc TJlmark
OF MOLINE. AT
Per Cent on the Dollar,
will bring this stock to our stores thla week. They
a 3.000 of Stationary, Blank Books. Plnsh Onnfl
vis and Sp-i ting Oosda,
tlian raannticturer s prices.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1703 and 1705 8econd Awenue.
Wholesale Dealers for
Copper-Smithing, Sheet Iron, Gas and
Steam Fitting, Also Sewer work.
BAKER & HOUSMAN,
Opposite Habpxb Hoes.
H. D. FOLSOEI.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Syrupy
Acts quickly, la perfectly aafe and new fails to cure all Long trouble.
TRY IT. 10c, S5c and 50c Bottlea.
Medicine known lor all Kidney, ton and Stoesaca trooMee. 1
Thomas Kidney and Liver Pills.
k a Bottle Sample free.
Our holiday goods are arriving on
every train. .
Books, dolls, toys, plnsh goods, c
are rapidly being placed in shape for"
the holiday business.
Christinas bargains to our linen department-
Christmas bargains In our fancy
, Christmas bargains in our millinery
Christaaas bargains in onr gents fur
nishing goods department.
Christinas bargains in our under
Holiday bargains in our hosiery de
partment. Holiday bargains in our handker
In our hnrry and bastla In onr cloak department
we have neglected oar atiawl at nek ana as wa now
And tha etock altorether too larifo for thla aeaaon
of tha year, wc will nam Borne Christmas prions
thla week on shawl that will open tha etea of
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mnbracee every known and many unknown)
which we will close ont at
KILLED WHILE HUNT KG. I
Distressing Fate ef Geore Maru
whall Yesterday, j
HaltaK Hit Hew
airc.arwa Caaan Hla Deaik-BS
r the ftatr.,aA WrteMIti tr kea
II earn a.
A diatreasiag accident which r United
lo the ihockios: death of a Rock Inland
boy occurred on the Turkey Hollow
road, two miles and a half weat o;' Milan
yesterday morning. George Ma-schall,
eighteen year-old son ot 8. A Ks-schsll,
who resides on Fourth arenue tttweea
Thirteenth and Fourteenth stree t, lies
dead at Knox's undertaking roomi.
The victim of the catastrophe I id on
Saturday purchased a new dnul le-W
relied shot gun and yesterday msrning.
In company with his friend. Aadrew
Guthrie, who is about six years hiii senior
and who resides on Second avenue be
tween Eleventh and Twelfth streots. he
went into the country to try his nc w Hie1
arm. The young men had driwu two
miles beyond Milan in search of rabbit
when Marschall espied a crow and get
ting out of the buggy he started across
the field a short distance to stoot It
Gulbrie, who owned the buggy which
was a light uncovered side-bar, f ot out
and led the horse on. Marschall telling
htm to do so and that he would ci.teh up.
Guthrie proceeded but a short Iistance
when hia horse gave a lunge as if in Idea
ly frightened and at that instant Guthrie
heard a report from the gun. Immediately
back of the buggy. As he turned he aaw
Marschall enveloped in smoke, who
threw up his arms, with the utterance,
"My God, Andy, I am shot I I am ahot
dead and will never hunt again T As he
said this he fell. Having given up his
pursuit of the bird Marschall had run af
ter the buggy, and in patting the fun Into
it butt first, he pushed It under the seat
with auch force that the hammer struck
the cross-bar under the seat, breaking it
and exploding the gun. Tne entire con
tents entered Marscball's body. Guthrie
led the horse quickly to the side of the
road and harried to his com
panion, whom he attempted to eom'ort,
telling him that he was probably not so
badly hurt as he thought. With this as
surance Marschall attempted to rise, but
be soon sank down again and begged his
companion to carry him. Thla
Guthrie did. and placing the
sufferer in a buggy started to neturn to
Milan as speedily as possible, llarachall
complained of fueling extremely cold and
he pnt on Guthrloa gloves and buttoned
his coat about biro, but he still spoke of
suffering with cold rather than ain, and
on reaching the farm house of Jiee Tut
tle a half mile this way and at tie end of
Cbanej's lane, Marschall beggd to be
taken into the house to get warm. Bis
companion complied and the on 'ortunate
boy waa placed on a bed. whi'e Guthrie
hastened to Milan for a phynici in. The
younger Dr. Huyett returned vith him
and upon examination found thi.t the full
load of number six shot had et tered the
young man's abdomen and aft r passing
through the lower portion of ihe body
nad shattered the back bone. The phy
sician sent back to Milan for bis father,
the elder Dr. Huyett, who responded
quickly and It waa at once dnermiued
that there was no hope, that'dtath must
occur in a short time. Word a as com
municated to the police atatloa in Rock
Island to summon the father of yonng
Marschall, and the latter quickly repaired
to the Tuttle residence. The boy sunk
until 8 80 in the afternoon wbea he died.
He retained consciousness to U a last and
almost his last worJs were to exonerate
his friend from all blame and to assert
that he alone was the cause of his own
fate through carelessness. A number of
members of Mr. MarschaU'a family drove
out in the afternoon, but arrived too late
to aee the boy alive.
- Last evening the remains wi re brought
to Rock Island by Undertaker Knox and
taken to hia undertaking roaais and pre
pared for burial. The funeral aill be held
tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'cl2k from tha
residence of Thomas Ranson. :508 Four
teenth street, this arrangement having
been agreed upon owing to the critical
illness ot Mr. MarschaU'a dat gbter with
typhoid fever. The hand of misfortune
haa been laid heavily on Mr. Marschall.
In addition to the great bereavement that
baa come to hia f amity, a daughter lies at
death 'a door and yesterday: while Mr.
Marecball was Retting off the car at Milan
he wrenched one of his fingers in a man
ner that has since caaced him continual
Well lawawa Here.
Millionaire Ben. Campbell "of Chicago,
whose mysterious disappearan ce is attract
ing so much attention now,, waa a Mis
sissippi steamboatman of eiirlier dajs,
and well known along the river. Tha
recent mention of his name calls to mind
the popular and fast sailing steamboat
Ben Campbell,' which fo years was.
plying on the upper Mississippi. For
three or four years after the railroad waa
completed from Cbtcag lo : Rock Island
the steamers "Ben Campbe I" and "J.
McCee"did an immense psar anger traffic
between Rock Island and Muscatine.
It waa at tbe time when tl s rush waa
made for government lanes in Iowa.
From Muscatine there was a-' ine of stages
across the state to Council Bluffs via Des
Moines. Oftentimes eight (f nine coaches
started together from MnstaUne. Ben.
Campbell then lived in Galena.
A Veaaiae ttarar we.
When he went home to dinner Satur
day last. Mr. Edwin Ward vaa surprised
to find a large number of b. legiea strong
along tbe block in which Ida house la
situated on Robbina avenue, ' and on -en
tering waa still greater aur vised to fled
hia domicile occupied by i happy com
pany of about forty people mostly from
Orton and vicinity, where f thirty years
Mr. and Mr Ward residt d, and al o a
number from Rock ltland a' id Booth Rock
Island. The trood people bad merely
called to pay their reaper a to Mr. and
Mrs. Ward, and to still furt! erevince their
allectionate regard for them had brought
willi them an elegant Frerch china din
ner and tea set. The self ; nvited guests
were made at home and ; oyally enter-
tained and tbe day will be i emembered by
all in the pleaaantest posai ile manner.
A f.w sf luasa ft Btsamf.ia 't leaders isr
- ijlij wax. :
Children's suits, 75c wo rth $1.60.
Children's suits, 11.80. otJCS 5"JL.
Children's suits, 92 95. i mnb $4 50.
Children's ovtrcoai a. 53c beaD at $1.25.
Children's over coats, HI 45. cheap et
Men's overcoats for $3 !( .worth don hie
$2.88 same as sold elsewbf re for $4 $8;
refular atom king f or $4. r
.'a Invlta comparison 1a goods aad
TUP r,00:i I3LAI7D
path of an old settler.
Daatrl aaahPr.wr aiaiiai Tawaatala.
nsihes Hla Last While aw a Viatt
StW Bearara v
Daniel Moaher, of Hampton township,
one of the pioneers of Rock Island coun
ty, died auddenly at New Bedfordill.,
where he waa visiting his daughter ,8Uur
day night. Mr. Moaher waa bora in Hon U
gomery county. N. T., Sept. 9. 1803. He
came to Rock Island county in the early
40's and engaged as carpenter and boat
builder which he followed for ten jeara.
In 1863 he embarked in the pursuit of
farming and he haa since followed that
avocation. Mr. Mosher wss twice mar
ried and waa the father of tea children.
His second wife died July 20. 1883.
Mr. Mosher was all his life a sirong and
progressive democrat and was a man very
highly esteemed all over the county. He
bad served aa commissioner of highways
and achool director in Hamptoa township
and waa ex-president of the Rock Island
Old Settlers' society.
Henry Meese, of Moline, an old settler
and father of W. A. Meete. died at Mo
line Saturday night, aged 67. Tbe fu
neral will be held tomorrow afternoon at
TUB FEKUY GOES IN-
The Water tea tow tar a Veatlawatlem
rTrame the Haeaeer Meica a liar
The ferry Spencer abandoned traffic
between Rock lsWna and Davenport last
night and sought the harbor of aafety be
low the city. Daring the' day Capt,
Robinson sounded tbe river and found
that with the exception of the main chan
nels the boat actually dragged on the
bottom of the river, the water registering
only three and one-half feet at most
places on the direct ' 1'ne gen
erally pursued by the boat, while
at tbe point of tbe bsr opposite the Bur
lington building the most water that
could be found was four and a half feet.
The water was found to be continually
declining and it was deemed best to seek
a harbor of aafety aa aooa aa possible.
Tht re is considerable floating ice In th
river, but this would not have interfered
with, the boat making her customary
Tbe Spencer went into harbor last'year
Jan. 8, came up again on the 11th, but
returned on tbe 14th. Oa Feb. 8 abe
again put in aa appearance, but put back
on the last day of tbe month. On March
15 she csme ont again and two days later
Heaaea rer H.aartraa Jhtlra.
Tbe American Educational Aid Asso
ciation finds western children that
are homelesa, and places them in families.
More than 1500 such children have been
placed the last seven years 412 of tha
last year. Quite a number have been
taken from Rock Inland. Rsv. D. F.
Carnah an addressed tbe Metbo list church,
the Broadway and Central Presbyterian
churches, yesterday morning and also tbe
union meeting at the Baptist church In
the evening. He remains a few days and
word can bs left at the T. M. C. A.
rooms by persons wishing to surrender
child. en or to take them into families.
Nice children are aent to approved fam
ilies for three months on trial and taken
away if net desired. The Locsl Board
is J. W. Welch. Dr. J. W Stewsrt, Prof.
S. S. Kerable. W. H. Hatch. Ei. B Mo
Eown. Rsv. Gjo. K.. H aover of
Davenport Is state suprintendent for
Aailaas t- Kill Hla Wv .
When asked by a reporter yesterdtv
for what purpose he procured ibe revol
ver. Ed Carter, tbe worthless fellow ar
rested for the forgery Wm. Golds won hy's
name, replied: "I wanted to shoot my
wife." A shart time before Thanksgiv
ing be married the Neuquist woman, a
disreputable character, wbo was recently
arrested far being drunk and disorderly
tn company witn another fallen woman
from Davenport. He had been acquaint
ed with her but four day a previous to his
mat-nape, bbe played mm ralse.be claims,
acd to "get even" be intended to kill her.
bu. after be got the gun he was enable to
find ber. He claims that he afterward
sold tha revolver to a man named Kear
ney, wbo since left for Chicago with
Harry Boyce. Carter declares that he
met his "unfaithful wife at tbe Onward
hose bouse, she furnished the money
necessary, and they were married in Rock
Island. Carter bu ao home, and lodged
nielits wberever be got a chance. Carter
manifested considerable surprise at bis
arrest, and waa unhappy that a relative
of Mr. Goldswortby's wss not also placed
by bis side, aa be slates be was his com
panion in tbe crime.
Carter also attempted later on to get a
pair of shoes at Tbede's on a forged order
on Mr. Goldsworthy. Moline Republi
can. RAPIDS CITT.
Ratios City, Dec. 4.
A little snow and a good deal of cold
weather for December so far.
Work car 0852 is side tracked here
with Foreman John G Flory in charg ,
Mrs. Rose Sides has gone to Peoria to
join her husband, who ia at work near
Thomas Bland loaded a car for Perry
Iowa Tuesday. F. M. Mitchell went trough
C. Maurer and Wm. Scherschel two of
our city fathers took in tbe eights of
kock ltiana on Wednesday.
W. N. Tyler gives hia famous rernl
niscensess in the school house Tuesday
The street lamps after quite a long de
lay in getting in order were lit one nigLt
since, teen darkness haa reigned supreme.
Ho cause given.
It is reported that one Charity HalL of
Port Byron, waa held np and robbed oa
Friday aiirht last on enr streets, tie
was relieved of $8 in money and got a se
vere scalp wound. No one haa knew o
tbe occurrence until it waa reported from
A team belonging to Max Scbaefer a
farmer living back of bere. ran away yeat
erday and ran In to a barbwire fence
Both horses were pretty badly cut up.
one in particular being so badly cut np
that it will undoubtedly die orjita Injuries.
We did not learn bow tney became fright
inert. Mr. 8. waa driving but fortua
atily escaped Injury.
The Kiarrm-arwea. '
On next Wednesday evening at Harper's
theatre win be presented tha great suc
cessful comedy, "Tha Kindergarden." of
which tbe Hartford Covani receaiy aai J:
The "Klndergardan entertained an
immense audience at tbe opera house last
night. Tha "Kladergarden" is a musical
oeaedy. written to amuse tbe public, a d
the nutbor baa undoubtedly aaet with sao
Csa. Old, BtraighUaced. so lease viaaged
citixsri seldom knowa to smile, threw
themselves into all aorta of contortions.
and whooped and yelled like school bora
1 A man in tbe laws of distraction would
be compelled to laugh at the Kiadergar-
Bfldebrandt Se "Welnhnivev.
purchased the Rock Island Ice
Mgaa delivering ice Nov
Ton mar t hnsa to win. Iae Ivi-
Shawla. great mark down tbia week at
Christmas bargains ia McCabe Bros? lin
' Christmas bargain! in McCab Bras'
. A girt wanted at Kramer Blener'a
book-bindery In Molina.
Christmas bargains In McCabe Bros"
Canton flannels nearly your own price
this week at McCabe Bros'.
Preaching by Rev. Marquis at South
Parkchspel tomorrow evening.
As an unblushing prevaricator the ed
itor of the t'jwoa lakes the poo.
Mr. Simon, of Simon ft Motenf elder wss
called to Chicago this morning on buisi
aee. Tbe second aunnal ball nr ih Wilt.
club ia to be helJ at Armory hall oa New
There will be a dime enUtrtatnmMi .i
South Park chsriel Frirfa
sisting of dialoguee, recitations, etc. .
r. Bent. Evens, wife and ftnrhtr m
visiting at the borne of Mr. and Mrs. Ed
win Ward. Mr. Evens is Mr. Warrt'a
nephew.. v . . .
The lumber is on the around rr aa i
house to be built near the Rock Islaad
nd bouse. The dimensions will be
Saturday was the busiest dsy Simon
Mosenfelder had this aeaana : h tha
enormous sales It orovea that onr riti
tens appreciate good goods and noshoddy.
Mr. u. u. Brooks lost his handsome
ig nacinir eeldinir laat nlvht fmm
gestion of tha lungs. Mr. Brooks had re-
iubtu scTerai oners oi t sou ror tbe ani
mal. The immense steel hniler tn hit nant !
connection with tbe new steam heating
apparatus at tbe Rock If land house ar
rived Saturday night. It weighs 15.070
The masauersda ball eivn tiw 1h fruit
house boys of Geo. A. Fleming & Com
pany srrult distributing depot occur 'i at
Armory Hall Saturday last aad was im
Superintendent Schnltmr nnm ku
full equipment of six cars again running
on tbe bridge line and this brsm h of the
system is as usual in the wioter time do
ing a rushing buMoesa.
Tbe same overenat anM in - ...mUn...
from Moline bv the Pun ahnw tnr av si
can be found at Simon &. Mosenfelder'a
for 90 50. The eenlleman will viva
Simon A Mosenfelder a call the nft Urn
Cbas. Heaton. the former C. R An
engineer who haa been engaged In farm
ag nearopoaane xl s, Wesn , lor two
years, has returned with his fsmi'y to
Kock Island, and this will be his home
The saddest lnnkinv fxllnw mm
saw, waa tne man wbo paid $9 75 for a
Doy a suit at tbe fony Show and after
wmiua uiKuicnu uq couio ouj us aame
oualitv. fonl better m.H. f, 4 Ail
i at -' -f svs w mm
Simon & Moaentelder. This Is an every
day occurence. . Name mentioned if
Tbe briffht nurtirnUr t.r t ik.
of merry maker of "The Kindergarten,"
which is t appear at Harper's theatre
next Wednesday night is Miss urece
Barlow, formerly of Davenport, and tta
wife of Manacer Lon. of the mnmin
She ia one ot nature's beauties, a gifted
ainger and a graceful dancer.
Caarlea Gtrhir.-tt nf rtiii.l.i- v...
through hisattoroeya McEairy&McEniry.
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ui""S" ". in me cir uia court against
David Martin for. slander, alleging that
Martin came in his store recently and in
the presence of a number of his customers
accused him of
articles and called him vile epithets which
uerosrui saya injured his reputation
to tbe extent of $5,000.
Presiding Elder M A IT. I r ik.
Rock 11 ami M. E rilalrlr-t lul.V
ed notice from tbe bishops who assigned
air uue 10 me missionary neld in tbe south
west, instructing him to sand Mr. Que ta
his new assignment ualeta there were
sufficient reasons whv he ahonld ha re
tained here. Mr. Head holds that thsre
are good reaaons why he should slay here
and will so inform the bishops.
A collision nrrurrmi nn I h oaa-jI
street elect lc n.ed of Allen A Swioet's
line, in Davenport, between fr in -ml a
wagon late Sa.nrday night. Tbe tongue
of the wag n waa driven through the
dash board and into the door of the ear
aad the motoneer, Chris. Thieaen, badly
iaiured. thouch not to an eilent In nr.
rant fear aa to his recovery. Jens Han
son, the driver of tbe wagon, had hia leg
oroam. ine wagon waa wrecked but
the horses were uninjured.
A piece of the stone ornaxent at the
base of tbe tower of Mitchell ft Lyade's new
bnildine' cracked Ralnrilaw mil nrnun
gained currency that the tower was in dan
gerof collapsing. Such an impression how
ever was ill-founded as the tower ia sap
ported bv a leu inch a'eel eye-beam In
the first floor, a ten irch in tbe second
and an eight inch in the third. The
Stone which cracked and also thaalrina
over the wirdowa of the first story will be
repiacea oj oeavier atone. But tbe build
ing ia in no danger whatever.
Oraad Fine Orgaa aad Finns Ceaeert.
There will be a grand concert given bv
the pipe organ and piano pupils of Prof.
S. T. Bowlby assisted by tbe Presbyterian
choir at tbe First Presbyterian church,
corner of Seventh and Brady atreeta, Dav
enport, on tomorrow evening. Admis
sion 85 and x5 cents. Arrangementshsve
been made to run a special street car for
those who wish to go from this side. Be
sure to go and enjoy the musical treat of
the season. Ticketa can be secured at
Bowlby's music store.
It Caata Money ta Die la Franca.
Aftr rour demise your lata residence
will tie drapod with l.iack inside ami out
by the authorities, and your relatives will
be permitted to hava no control of any
thins; aava ouiy a choice as to whether your
body ahull be embalmed or not. For this
service ia charged. In Ibis country
the cost of embalming U from 825 to (50,
but orer there they preUiud to understand
pronesaea approaching ia effectiveness
those of the nncteat Egyptian. No private
individual in Frame U permitted to en
(rase in the undertikiug bunt urea. It t
the aarue way in Italy, where burial is al-wi
a goverumeut twmopoiy, and in Russia all
the embalming ia done ly the goreroiuent.
A Kew laa for the Bteyetc
A Uelfa&t, Mo., man. the . proud and eo-
thuiustio varucr of a bicycle, claima to
nave uscuveivd a new nue for tbe machine.
He attaches bin lawn mower to it, and
rides u irmly over tbe lawn while his
more old fanhioned neighbors are puahing
away tbe Kraaa colter in the otd style. II
his plan continiMse to work well what a lift
It will give to the bicycle trade) Ex
radonbtadlT the Laws.
JflPea bo 1- that atHVttiir lmlrfn.. m-m
overtheref Seems like a popular aort of
BrowaMUilake! lie's tbe last man we
fellow will have anything to du with.
Brown, (easily) Not at ail; he'a the oa-
oenanr. sexaa Eumnga.
Geraa have long been aoppoeed to Indi
cate tbe health of the donor or possessor.
If tney became dull be waa conjectured to
be ill or In some physical danger, aad their
besoming opaque or eolorieaa would give
rise to the moat dismal forebodings. Tbe
turqoola espeeiaUy waa bettered to hava,
an affinity with tha phyeical wall being of
U. a, SieSAt, Own.
Waaaiaaoe.P. c Dec 4.
For tha next 84 aourat Fair, warmer.
S. 71 Parm enter, atiorarr aa aa
Makes eoUections. loans money aad will
.u a a. a a a . . .
vaena 10 any jegai ousineaa intrusted to
aim. nffloa, poatoffica block. Rock lal
ad. El. -. daJrwly
A r-a cn aacy tan t'j owa r;y ty
DtCZHDEn U ICZ0.
Oysters at Krell ft Math's.
Without doU the beat place to trade
Is at tha London.
Go to Holbrooke. Davenport, for car
pete aad sUk curtains.
Tenderloin, spare riba. pig's feat, leaf
leard. etc., at QUmore's pork house.
Send your frienda to Krell ft Math's
for a dish or can of fresh oysters.
OaTl and sea tha hand-carved bed room
suites at Holbrooke, Davrapon.
Parior suites aad fancy chain of every
description at Holbrooke, Davenport.
For rent a good seven room house,
eood cellar. Enqnire at Koha ft Adlav'a.
Ice cream always oa hand aad served
by tha dish all winter at Krell ft Mela's.
n anted Pastry cook at Rock Island
house. Apply at once. C. O. Gam.
A hsndsome line of hook cases aad
esbineta fust received at Holbrook'e, Dav
enport. An elegant assortment of dining table,
chairs and hat racks at Dolbrook'a. Dev
Doa't forget the turkey and plum pud
ding dinner at Armory hall sett Thurs
day December 11.
The ladles ot Trinity church will hold
a bsasr at Armory hall Wednesday aad
Thursday. Dec 10 and 11.
All tboee kaowfng themselves indebted
to Geo. Barker will please call oa him
and settle at hia new office la Buford
S. B. McKowa sells hard wood lo
lengths, cut or split; soft coal, lump aad
nut, corner Fifteenth street and First
avenue. Telephone 11B8.
When yon want a nice dish of fresh
oysters atep ta to Krell ft Math's aad or
der them np la any style.
The Crown dining hall. No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue. Is now ready to furnish you
the beat meal in tbe city for 83 centt. A.
B. Johnson, proprietor.
Bear in mind we do not quit making is
cream when cold weather sets la. and you
can get It In any quantity in tbe coldest
weather. Remember Krell ft Math's aad
get the best.
$50,000 to loan on real estate eerurity,
in sums of $3O0 and upward, at lowest
current rates of internet, without com
mlssloa. E. W. Hurst, Attorney at
law. Rock Island.
The Cigarmekeri union of Rock Island
will give their first annual ball at Armory
hali on Saturday evening, December 13.
A general public Invitation ia cordially
extended. Bleuei's band, George Stroehl
Leading authorities ssy the only proper
wsy to treat catarrh is to lake a coastitQ
tional remedy, like Hood's Saraaparilla.
t. I. Xoaraoaa,
ONE KtOHT OHLT.
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 10th.
t a. Creauat Hit of tha Sea
Prodaced b a sapertor coaipary.
a. iHtt .bow om tk- a-M--J -
niUrtoa. ba.1. beraaaM ot Laagklar Nethlaa
KrMaved .eata ea eale aoedy at Ilaran Boaae
Fluraacy. frtoes O, Uaal 75 ca s.
I offer my stock at greatly re-
n ftA rvrifoa fn irta n.vi
on account cf expense in re
moving, and that I may have an
entire new stock in my new lo
cation, tbe first doer east of the
London Clothing Co., where I
will have in a few days a foil
line of the latest novelties for
C. C. TAYLOR.
Call and see Those Fine
Twe Cat Loads. Terr cka. at
16W, Ult sad Kit Third Aseaae.
The Little Jewel
HAVE YOU SEEN IT 1
If you want a lamp of say kind. It
wm pay you to see what I have. The
range ia price ia from 18 cents an. aad
tao variety and atyls ia Jos' as grwai.
Cat. a an Otasa.
! Seoond Ataaae.
It la mat bupwrtty m the blood, which, ae.
enawlatlnt ha the (leads ef tha hack, pre,
aeea wnalchtty hwaps r swwaiacsi whtoh
eaasea panares raaatac aares aw anaa,
Irsa, ar feett which sWreaaees alrera aa the
eyea, ears, ar aeea, often raaataf huaeaess et
aeafaeaa; whleh Is the ortsia at pbapaea. easy
cereas srewths, or the asaay ether saaawaata.
tloaa aaaarry Sarrtbed te hsssmi." whtrh,
'-'r"l " risi nasi II s
aadeeaih. Beteg the sasat aedem, a Is the
asoet (eneral of aO diseases ar anVeUaaa, be
vT lew peranas are entirety tree treat tt,
By taklnc BooTe Raraaparula, Winch, by
tbe remarkable cares It has nmnaiilliht d.
often when atber aas Alt lues have is nad. haa
proven itself te he a potent aad peeanar
medicine fur this disease. Boaae ot these
rare. ar. really wooderfal. If yeajanSerfrosa
srmrata, be sore te try Hard s BarsaaarUla.
"My daucbter alary wis afflleted wtth srrof
alona aore neck from the tune she was a atonies
aid Ull she becsras six years of are. I aa s
formed In her neck, aad one of then after
rrowtrii to the tix of a t4raon's rt(. becaaae
a rotmlnj sort foe ster three years. Wegsve
her Hood's SarsaparilU, when the hasp aad
all Indleatleas ef aemfala eeOrerf ana.
areeared. and now she areata te he a healthy
X. H Be ears te set only
aVaUeyenerwtttsta. S1;stererfS. rvowaredaafr
hr C L HOOB CO, asetaeeaitet, LeweB, Mass.
lOODoaes One Dollar
rand Holiday Handkercliicf Sale
Bagta their Holiday Sale of Ladle.
wa saa nuoran n UaadXeTchlefa
aoow tne targ-aat open stock la Us
. Vrvthlna dlantavwl l.hll
from the cheapest to the beat (Tad.
mmi i j wuit us assortment is con
Ladiaa'aad ChQdrBacol d borders le
ie colored borders 4
Cswnu' Uro sir cord dgw...
Ladla- wh'.u hemmed suched be
aui uaea. 6, 7 aadfto
Inaltatlaa Jmnmimm . .
fJrwat variety of Ladies-. Genu' aad
Children la better grade.
LaW aad Gents Initial. U Uoea, 25o
r"1" m wumy ar bainw nor
a more sought after for
Xt kun -nVI.
ao Toys. Wscan servo yea wr.Utheas
Dfa fltV VJ as Wal
Rock Island. IllinoiFu
CLEMANN & SALZLIAIIIJ.
What Would be a Useful Christmas Present.-
CLEr.1AUt. & SALZUANN.
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 14, 126 and 138 Sixteenth 8tnet,
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ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER
Removed to 219 Serenteenth Street
KANN & HUCKSTAEDT,
No. 1811 aad ISIS Secoad avwaaw.
the Ueaan bs
OIL CLOTHS, SHADES, DRAPEEY, Etc.
Use Raven CIcss Dresslnj.
tbe tea for Udtet
SChlct, cf It injure ite Icathct.
Try a Uaw aaj Lc cubvusccU.
1 g OjTJi 1
&& , A
Wa ar exclusire aewnts for th
Equipoie waists. Th waists ar
endorsed by Jenaeaa hlUlsw. aad ar
oowatdsrwd th mart pifct ttlef
rist-rr eSerd to th tttlid. W
alao sell th foUowlag popnlar aad wU
Waraer s atadaase Fay W. C. C, Lciaaser s
lth una. frrm hi CWwawt aa4 ail ia.
J.H Henwl eet min aaef aaach aaeaaa,
isliimiil aad fa laeat tearfa.
i A Ladies' Writing Desk.
A Ladies' Bookcase.
A Ladies Music cabinet.
A Fine Sideboard.
A Fine Centre Table.
A Fancy chair.
A Farcy Rocker.
And many other nice and rse
at) tae aad arlen fes
FOR TET WEATHER.
Thaopper inthla Boot Laa a
patent liainx, vhich Is Acid, OU
ad Vaterxmot toaertdai tnauch
a vnafinarr aa t maV v
For sals oaly ay