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.-WE GO STILL
..nton flannels this week at 3 3-4o-
0a,2l. at Co, worth 8 cts. Canton
15 St " 1 25, wonId Be g00 nine
tfnc Those at 8c are worth a good
d Bof- 0ur p0 Canton flannels are
"" ...,. rasa of 4 0 nawa a
U p 1 ' p 1 1 f - i
,v which we will match against any
'1 elsewhere at I J to 1 a l-2c.
Oar l2c Canton flannels are as good
On Mond.iv a m. while one bale full.
wide. Now untriana Drown mus.
r,.iiffe will soil it at 4 3-4 ter ri
milD'- - - -es.
BlBHO--re Jlnlnsnlliieof Rlbbs thU week lor the HollcUy mm, ,w,-.
McC ABE BROS.
1713. 1714.-1718. 1718. 1720 and 1733 B-coiro Ateotb.
-Bought At Sheriffs Sale-
THE STOCK OF
Alexson & Ulmark
OF MO LINE, AT
Per Cent on the Dollar.
WV will bring this stock to our stores this week. They
ha.l a f 3.000 of Stationary, Blank Books, Plush Goods
Novels and Sporting Goads, which we will close out at
than mannf ictnrer's prices.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1703 and 1703 Second Avenue.
A. J. SMITH & SON,
4 ;v y i ;
K,: i uow re-lets with Novelties. Cell tod compare oar .lock end price.
A. J. SMITH 6c SON,
i r. nl 127 West Third Street, Opp. Masonic Temple, DAVENPORT.
i- i rife -r.riats.r.-A.V,4! PAJHiLmj.a-MREEJrillCS. JQ
WALL PAPER COMPflMY
312, 314 Twentieth StM
And Postoffic Block, Moline. BOCK ISLAND.
FINE WALL PAPER Ercluelve urenti fnr the following el large WaU Pspar
birtieasoa, J.mway Co., Robert S. Uobbe eV oo., Kevin Hawlland, N
ur .- vv ppi.r rn., end Hohrrt eraree Co.
SKK'.l H SPECIALS -Which Include all tb Art paper. Price from 10 lo 80 par cent
ocl .w o'tier dealer
I T l.'W iek
Howard Watches, Imported Watches,
H. D. FOLSOH.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Syrupi
Acts quickly, is perfect!; safe and new fails to cure all Long troubles.
TRY IT. 10c, 25c and 60c Bottles.
' THE BEST
Medicine know tor ill Kidney. Lonf and Stomach trouble, le- - , ,
Thomas' Kidney and : Liver Pills.
6c a Battle Samples free.
JJ!!? 7? Placed ia .hap for
the holiday business.
t,.1S8?nM bargains In our linen de
pertinent. Chrtstm&s bargains in onr gents fur
nishing goods department
Christmas bargains in onr under
Holiday bargains in onr hosiery de
v.H,?iday bM"gai in onr handker
In our hurry end tm.tle la oar rkwk department
we hTB neglected our sbswl alack see u we now
Snathe stock Iio -etber too targe tor thl season
of the yew, w wilt name some Chrletmss prloea
tots week on sbswlsthst will open tbe eve ot
VJD, ... . IUUK SI UMTS.
'J a. r. -m. -
Chosen by the Army' Vetera
; : ane AuxUUry..
-lr P.et a We. Muef
Bnford Post 243. O. A. R, bel j 'tu
nnnal election of officers at the post
headquarters on Sscond arenae be'.ireen
Fifteenth and Sixteenth streeU last cren
wg. and officers were elected as Toll iws:
Post Commander-Ezra WUcher.
Senior Vice Commander W Jf STot-
Junior Vice Commander 3 B Hen
area. Surgeon Dr Q O Craig. -
Quartermaster W P Quavle
Chaplain Res- Q W Que.
Officer of the Day D T Ells
Officer of the Guard J A Lsrkio
Trustee J W Bracket.
Delegfttes to Stat Encampment Cut t s
B Knoi, A C CampbtU. W J Ransom;
alternates. F C Hemenway. Ed. WHcox.
IoTitations where extended to Wentx
post Dare0pnrt, Graham pot,Molies and
Muse post, Milan to attend the ia ttalla
tion of the new officers which will ocsnre
the first Monday in January.
The Women's Relief corps auxili try to
the post held its annual election tmui
tineoualy with that of the poet wi h the
following result: ""
President. Mrs. F. C- Hemen wi y.
Senior Vice President Mrs. Ge rgians
Junior Vice President Mrs. Robda
Tressurer. Mrs. J. Norris.
Chaplain. Mrs. Mary Wilcher.
Conductor. Mrs. L. A, Johnson.
Guard. Mrs. W. P. Cochran.
Secrelarj .Mrs. M. J. Hartis.
THK BIBLE SKKIES
Tfce raarih Lrtarf m ike Y. li.r. A
:nra OellTmal y Hw. J. II. Kerr
The fourth lecture in the bibln series
wss given Sunday at the T. M. C. A.
rooms by Rev. J. U. Kerr or the Central
church. A large audience of young men
greeted him on this the first of Ills four
lectures. Bis subject was "The Classifl
cation of the books of the old Tes ament.
Tben r n the general classification", Jewish
and modern. In tbe first of t iese the
arrangement is not based on dates ef
Writine or contents si much as tb relation
f Ua boik or books to the Jewish ec3
nomr; this arrangement is of hoiiry antiv
quity, the apocrapbal book of eccleasticns
notices it, showing that it was tle recog
nized c1asification at that time. Christ
and tbe apostles evidently refer b it. The
first division in It is "Tbe Law," or books
of thePentateucb, these are the foundation
ot the old testament economy, and sets
forth the histor'sl fact, and legs I founds
tion of tbe divine commonwealth of IsrseL
Tbe second division is the prop' lets; It in
cludes some of the hlstorlal borks and all
of tbe prediction books with the exception
of Daniel, and carries forward the divine
revelation. There ia a reason for this
grouping, tbe word prophet does not
necessarily bear the limited meaning
usually applied to it- A prop let ia one
who speaks for another mouth
piece of Jehovah. Hence a historian
might be a prophet, and so as a matter
of fact we find that the historians were
of the schools called, "Sons of tbe Proph
ets. Tbe history ot this division was
intended to be a mirror in wh cb should
bs seen the results ot faiihfcli ess to or
spostacy from God, tbe prop aecles un
folded the law and showed tbe develops
ment of the kiogdom. The t bird divis
ion is the writings. These include all
the poetical books, the remaining books
ot hUtory and tbe prophetic! book of
Daniel. He presents the sub iection an
propristioa of the truth, and the relig
ious life of the covenant' paople. Tbe
aim of Hebrew poetry was tbe further
ance of spiritual life and the t.iffasion of
religions roth among the seo pie. Ad in
teresting question is. why slould Daniel
be in this position T Tbe re sons for this
are found in tbe fact tbat Daniel was not
a prophet among the Jewish people as
the other prophets were, and tbat the
book is very unlike any. other of
tbe prophecies, havinc a wi
der vision and scope than anv
of them. It is like revelation and there
is a very close relation between tbe two.
The question of why the historical books
included in "The Writings" are not with
the other historical books fl ids an answer
in tbe aim of the books the nselves. Mr.
Kerr then spoke at some length of the
advantages and disadvantages of this
classification. By the aid of mineograph
copies of an outline of tbe ancient and
modern divisions, he showed the differ
ences and p detail tbe claslflcations of
each. He ended with a consideration of
the Apocrapbal books of ie old testa
ment, in which he brought out this differ
ence between them and 1 he Apocraphal
new testament books. Tliose of the old
testament are honest h story, written
without any .attempt to claim divine
authority, while those of the new testa
ment were aimed directly to substitute
fslsi sources for genuine. The usual
time was spent in questions. Mr. Kerr
will speak next Sunday on "The Unity of
tbe old Testament Books .?
Ex-policeman P. J. Cary. who was re
cently appointed aubitita to letter carrier,
is in aquaodry to know whether be Is or
isn't "in If" From a Utile episode which
occurred yesterdsy, Pat has about arrived
at tbe conclusion that the republican
party is playing fast and loose with hirr.
One of the regular carrif rs wanted a lays
off and woid was sent tc Fred KreQ. who
is one notch ahead of dry. to take the
route. Krel). however, who has a good
position at Fleming's fn.it house, replied
tbat be couldn't give np a permanent ob
for a few days' service t.nder Uncle Sam.
Meanwhile Cary, who aas been sitting
around for a month or to. awaiting an
opportunity to wear oil the ten cent pol
ish on his shoes, was left in the-dark re
gnrdlng the chance for work at the post
office. He accidentally heard of it, how
ever, reported at headq larters and asked
for an explanation. IS obody at tbe office
seemed to have tne aut bority to give him
a route, and be was referred - to Boss
Wells, who wss at lome, sick. Oary
immediately left for tl Boss domicile,
but wss denied an inte rview. That Cary
should take this treats tent good natuied
Ij Is not to bs expects 1. and unless some
thing Is dons to pallii te the effroet offer
ed him there will be S pubie in the Sixth
ward ere long. ? .' .
Axpoaura vui mug x cow. tDroat dil
consumption, -Jtc., all f which
rive warn in z ov a i rouble soma mnrh i
Use Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup in time, and
remove both tfcs caus i and eScci of your
Czxratl. "if . .
. Pane) rotata. .
-Geo. Black was deed $10 and costs by
Magistrate Wivill last evening for asssnlt
and battery. Black pild and was die
charged. Ho is a backmaa from Daven
port and he got into trouble at the dance
at Armory hall Saturday night. Officer
Bexton arrested him ia the ball room for
assaulting one of those In charge of the
dance, and bad gotten ont on to tbe bal
cony leading down into the Armory when
tbe prisoner made abold break for liberty
tad leaped wer the railing and down on
to the thickly packed floor. He struck a
gentleman sad lady on the shoulders, but
cansed no serious damage, and was soon
recaptured by Officer Hetter and incar
cerated. - John Fry and Mrs. Wot. Frye of.8outh'
Moline, chs.-ged by the letter's husband
with adultery were discharged by Mg
istrste WIv-tl yesterday the plaintiff fail
ing to appear at the time appointed for
The Davenport police having learned
the confession of a boy who was used te
assist the wholesale burglary ef Deutscb's
dry goods store there, the other night,
recovered most of the stolen gocda, and
found that Bill Davis a suamboat man who
had been concerned in the robbery and
was in this city, sent sn officer over here
yesterday..- Davis wss found in this city
and turned over to the Davenport autho
Ac Anneal te the frabit.
Hardly a day pastes thst tbe London
Clothing Co.' does not receive advices
from fsrmurs In different parts of the
county tb it tbe signs the London has
erected throughout the country are being
deffaced and destroyed. The London ia
at a loss to understand by whom this de
structive wo rk is done, but is inclined to
believe tbt it is actuated purely by ma
licious motives, though for what reason
it is difficult to conceive. Tbe London
has erected the signs at considerable ex
pense and1 is willing to pay a suitable re
ward for the detection of the person or
persons guilty of the sets stated. The
London will spare no expense to solve
The London not long since offered
tlOO reward for the apprehension ef the
guilty parties, and later engaged a detec
tive to ferret out the mystery. Naw the
London aska the public to assist la find
ing the perpetrator of this outrago,
. Te Klaaleira-arelea Katorsaiataaat.
Tomorrow evening Willis A. Boyer
and his company of merry makers will ap
pear at Harpers theatre in the great at
traction. "Tbe Kiadergardeoi" a play
from the pen of Bob Morns, ot the New
York Herald, and aa tbe name denotes Is
based for its plot on tbat peculiar system
of education, and is full of humorous and
laughab'e situations, with lust enough
specialty business to keep the audience
ia one great big laugh from the rise to
the fall of the curtain. Tbe Kansas
City Tvnei of Sept. 1, said of tbe play:
"Tbe Kindergarden." a musical satire
of kindergarten schools, by R. G. Morris,
of tbe Kew York Htrald. was presented
for the first time in this city at the Mid
land theatre yesterday matinee. "Tbe
Kinderfcarden" ia a success because there
is something In it to please all. It
abound ia clev.r specialty business and
a dozen captivating songs.
Mil, Doc. 0 A crowd of about
forty young people gathered at the home
of Mrs. James Johnston in Milan laat
Wednesday evening in honor of Mias Sa
die. Tbe affair was s surprise admirably
planned and kept from Miss Ssdie's
knowledge. She wss therefore vert
much surprised when on being told that
"somebody wished to see her."
she entered the parlor and
found tbe room full ot merry
young twople. However, tf e y oung lady
proved herself equal to the occasion "by
entertaining her friends in a very agreea
ble manner. At 10 o'clock a delightful
little aupper was served and at 1 o'clock
a m. the crowd dispersed with the unan
imous declaration that the evening bad
been well spent. Miss Johnston left for
Chicago Thursday evening intending to
remain there during tbe winter.
Car for CotTao,
It is Asserted by men of high professional
ability that when the system needs a stim
ulant nothing equals a cup of fresh coffee.
Those who desire to rmcue the dipeo
maniaa from his cups will find do better
substitute for spirits than strong, newly
made coffee without milk or sugar. Two
ounces, of coffee, or one-eighth of a pound,
to one pint of boiling water makea a first
class leverage, but the waur must be boil
ing, not merely hot. It is asserted that
malax .a and epidemics are avoided by
those who drink a enp of hot coffee before
venturing Into the morning air. Burned
ou hoi. coals coffee Is a disinfectant for a
sick Mom. and by some of tbe best phyoi
cians it is considered a spec! Qc in typhoid
fever. New York Commercial Advertiser.
Fruit Pirklas Stand.
An improved fruit picking stand i bring
used iu California. It is made with a tri
uiguiar base to allow of its being support
ed ont three wheels, by means ot which It
can be more readily moved in and out
among the trees. The device hn a strong
central post, around which is placed a tri
angular platform which moves up and
dowti, being controlled by a racbet wheel
whica works into one side of the post. On
one aide of the base is a short Udder tor
convenience in reaching the platform,
which can be easily raided or lowered at
the pleasure of the fruit gatherer and fixed
at at.y required height. Tbe several parte
can tbe disconnected for transportation or
atorige. New York Commercial Adver
The Bad Little Boy.
A portly man waa seated in one of the
East river ferryboats the other day trying
tollhta pipe. A street arabof diminu
tive atxe sat beside him and behind his el
bow,, twisted np his lips and gently wafted
soft breeaes that effectually extinguished
tbe matches that the portly man continued
to light. As match after match went ont
the man got more exasperated, and the
small boy, effectually concealed by the
large proportions of his neighbor, got hap
pier. The man looked around at last, and
then there was an explosion. Bat the small
boy waa a lira small boy, and be vanished
before ' any wrath could reach him. New
York Times. .
The whole interior of Newfoundland is
an unknown territory. Only one whits
mstt.has ever made the Journey from east
to Mast, a Mr. Cormack, who accomplished
the teat in 1838. Consequently there is no
map of the island extant which is in any de
gree reliable. It is a very curious fact that
a valuable tract of land with coal, Iron,
lead and silver in its bowels, and perfectly
accessible to the explorer -should remain
o long unknown.
' it Is stated that a Bohemian has discov
ered a combination of chemicals by the
ium of which the hardest stones can be dis
solved and molded into any shape, the
"cast being aa hard aa fiiut, translucent
an 4 capable of taking on a brilliant
Simon & Mosenfelder pride tbemselvtl
la having the largest and best selected
stock of coats in the city; no shoddy In
theirs. ' . . - :
Messrs. Hildebrandt A Wetabsrser.
who have nmrebasad the 'Bock lalaari Ira
Co 'a outfit, began delivering ice Mo.
i Wvuae going without sn overcoat when
yxt ty rdsarvic''a one for
ALL LIKE THK LOflDOM.
AfewarifcaTentlBsaalatn Walea tan
reaalar Ciethtag at wan la Daily
. Appended am a few only of the man
of teatimonlsls which an daily being re
ceived by the popular London clothing
company from people who have bad
transactions with the house:
Moldi, III., Dec 8. 1800.
LOVOOX CLOTHIkTO Co ,
Dear Sirs: Enclosed find mv estima
tion of the pile of nuts which your win
aow contains, and am very well pleased
with tbe clothes which I purchased from
yon some three weeks ago. Two gentle
men who pretend to know about cloth
ing guessed the prion of the suit at f M;
your price 941.50. Yours truly.
C. 0. Fekkixs. Moline. Ill
Cablm, III., Dec Sih. 1890.
LoicDoir CLOrntna Co.,
Gents I bars been in your store end
hsve done some trading and am very
much pleased wi h your goods sad
prices, and believe - yon to be all that
yon advertise. Jko. Schism
Connor. III.. IKc . 1890.
To THE LOH DOR bTOBX:
I have been ia your store and have
done some trading and have found yen
to he perfect gentlemen in every respect
ana nonest in your oust ness.
J. W. Quick.
Mr. H. L. Klner, of the Geneseo JVrws.
was in the city today.
Mrs. John Barge left for Geneseo this
morning on a visit.
Those fine parlor rockers are going fast
at Kann A Huckitaedi's.
Great turkey avd plan pudding dinner
at Armory hall Thursday.
If yon want to save money go to Kann
& Huckstaedt's for bolidsy goods.
An experienced girl wanted at Kramer
& Bleuet's book-bindery la Moline.
Remember the Trinity church btster
at Armory hall tomorrow and Thursday.
Lsw West has purchased of E. H. Guy
er one of tbe store buildfnes In the old
Palace row building for 13.700.
C K. Petcher. formerly of this rlty,
but now a commercial traveler, bat been
laid up at tbe Harper for a week.
Hairy Joseph, of 8t. Jnsepb.Misaourl.ls
lo the city visiting his brother, sir. Jo
seph. of the London Clothing Co.
Tbe entertainment at 8 uth Pa k
chapel will take place on Saturday even
ing Instead of Frid-ty as announced in
last evening's psper.
Supper will be served at the Family
bszsar at Armory hall from o to 8 o'clock
Wednesday and Thursday evening. All
are cordially Invito!.
- There will be a beautiful variety of
suitable articles for ehrUtmas presents
si the Selamagundi Fair at Armory ball
on Wednesday and Thursday.
C. C. Tay lot's new store Is now being
snsnged with ths nicest line of holiday
goods ever seen In this city. Look out
for the grand opening.
;Wm. Russell, wife and three rhll.rren.of
Moline, were almost asphyxiated by so It
coal gas last n ehtT ltrnni h. ta.
greatest exertions of Dr. Tunn ibat they
Kann & Hnckataedt sr. Ir. r. i.i
to 20 per cent on pricei In furoitur and
carpets, including t'orterio curtain, than
any other place In the three cities.
A farmer remarked hi Simon & Moscn
felder's store, after lookine arouad. "we
find your overcoats from SS t k
or than other stores, we have, priced
Capl. J. H. Blaladell left for the north
yesterdav In the lnnnta Af kn.t..'.
. - - - .uiui.u m
carnage works at Buffalo. N. Y., with
which he haa become Identified as a com
Rev. G. Gue left last venino- Ia. rKt.
cago where his w.fe baa been for some
time receiving hospital care In conse
quence of a surgical operation abe haa ie
Tbe formal noil t
vwh.s. 1 IUO
alleged elesuon of W n rviiiin. .
appeared in last Saturday night's Asocs
u - yesterday by
One of the greatest attraction's .t it,.
Selamagundi Fair will be two ladies
dressed in fnH Japanese costume. They
will be Mrs. B. T. Cable and Miss EJson
who will preside over the Japanese cooth.
The, a Welch, of Honesdale. Pa , is
lo the city on a visit to his brother. J. W.
Welch. Mr. ftVloh m..
entlyinRock Island. He resided here
about twenty years ago and learned his
trade as printer here. -
Harry McDarrah, the loog time fire
man on the ferrv. ia lin j.. . i
ill at bl home on Fifteenth street be
tween r irst ana second even us. Henry's
ailment is lunedisee
exposure while on the bosL
Tbe republican county committee haa
issued a call for at stViflVswfflllnTJk ant lha
court bouse, Dec 15, U Mlect defcgtttt
hi;iki wuvenuon, to be held
at Cambridge on the 1Ath tn .i .-
someone to run for the legislature- in the
am nepe or emending for the Collins
blunder. Tbe nrinurus m i k
Tbe funeral of Geo. Manhall. lbs un
fortunate son of S A. Marshall was held
from the residence ot Tbos. Ranson, SOfl
Fourteenth street this afternoon Rev. W.
8. Marquis officiating. The pall bearers
were Samuel J. Ranson. John Stengle
Mitchell Free. Robert Kuschman. Fred
Koch and Chas. Long.
Davis & Co. hsve placed an Iron post
to support ths low light at the corner of
Second avenue and Eighteenth etnet.
The arrangement ia so much of sn lm
provement over the others that ths idea
of putting all those in tbe business por
tion like It, would be an excellent
one. . .
If the Messrs. Negus' cairy out their
present plans their Improvements at tbe
Rock Island bouse will not slop with the
introduction of s learn beat. 1 hey con
template cutting an arch between tbe
present main office ln'o the room now
used tor a bar icon which will be utiN
ised as a reading room, while the store
room to be vacated by C- C Tsylor will
be used aa a bar room. An elevator sod
refrescolng and repainting coire in the
line of improvements determined upon.
City Attorney Haaa went to Ottawa
at noon todav on business in tbe appel
late ccurt.. On LVc . Mr. Haa filed bis
briefs end abstracts in t; e McEoiry case
against the city, hut failed to comnly
with tbe requirements of tbe law in fur
nishing tbe appellee with copies of ab
stract and brief. The latter accordingly
eu'ered a motion this morning for ths
couit to dUmiss the esse. This took
Mr Haas to Ottawa.
Manager Montrose,of Harper's theatre,
Is alert to everything that may increase
the popularity of his house and give to
his patrons ths best attractions on Its
rotd. When be learned of the damage by
fire to the opera house at Evaneion, he
wrote the manager to give him his best
hot kings if he- could not accommodate
them. To this Mr. Montrose received a
reply that the opera house wss not so
much disfigured bat whst all engage
ments could bs filled Mr. Montrose,
however, has bis Hoe out for some good
Shews which he will yet capture.
The Calo of thla morning announces
Supervisor 8 W. Heath of Bowling as a
candidal s for the legislators before
tb republican senatorial conven
tion for Which the tax never f tki.
wmkth; are Hwi so ae assessed,
republican who allows hit name to
tised in connection with -
convention, will navvr aa ik. -
of tbe legUlatare as a member there-
- . (M. .11'
sue repuaiicnns were) anxious to
01 jkx-mayor jars whom
laid out last summer to gratify the ambi
tion of Collin, circumstance which Is
responsible for all tbe recent troubles,
bat Mr. Cans seys "not much," sad bs
Oysters at Krell t Math's.
Go 10 Hoi brook's. Davwaport. for ear
pets and silk cumins.
Tenderloin, spars ribs, pig's Inst, leaf
wara. etc., at uumors's pork bouse.
Send yonr friends to KreQ M stku
for a dish or can of fresh oysters.
Call and sen the hand-carved bad room
suites at Holbrooke. Da van port.
- Parlor suites and fancy chairs of svery
description at Holbrook'a, Davenport.
For rent n rood seven room nousa,
good cellar. Eoqtrre at Cohn at Ad lev's.
Ice cream always on hand and served
by the dish all winter at KreQ Math's.
A handsoms line of book eases and
eabirieta fust received at Holbrook'a, Dev
- An elegant aasortasent of dining tables,
chairs and hat neks at Holbrooke, Dsv
AH those knowing themselves Indebted
to Geo. Barker wlU please call on him
sad settle at bis atw office a Bnford
E. B. McKown sells hard wood Is
lengths, cut or split: soft coal, lump and
nut, corner Fifteenth street and First
svenue. Telephone 1198.
When you went a nice dish of fresh
oysters step In to Krell Math's and or
der them np In any style.
Ths Crown dining' ball. Mo. 1708 Sec
ond avenue. Is now ready to famish yew
the best meal In the city for 1$ ceata. A.
B. Johnson, proprietor.
Bear in mind we do not quit Baking ice
cream when cold weather sets In, and yon
can get It In any quantity in the coldest
westher. Remember Krell Maths and
get ths beet.
$50,000 to loan on real estate security,
In sums of 900 and upward, at lowest
current rates of Interest, without com
mission. K. W. Hurst, Attorney at
law, Rock Island.
Ths Ctgnnnekers' anion of Rock Island
will give their first sanusl ball at Armory
halt on Saturday evening. December 18.
A general public Invitation is cordially
extended. Bleuet's band, George Slroeai
' The most obstinsie case of catarrh are
cured by tbe use of Ely's Cream Bslm. the
only agreeal le remedy. It Is not a liquid
or snuff, is easily applied Into ths nos
trils. For cold In the head it Is msgicaL
It gives relief at once. Price 50 cents.
"Neither a borrower nor a leader be,
for loan oft loses both Itself and friend."
Rut keen Tour own hot t la of Ai.tita
Oil where yon can put your hand on It.
If any bod has a pain of aay sort, there's
uuiuina; use 11 as every boo y snows.
J. K. Morraoaa,
OKt XIOHT OKLT.
WEDNESDAY DEC. 10th.
1 h Cnsteel lilt of the Setsn.
rrodaced by a raperlor coespasy.
'tkrlneel.bowoa lb toed. conetrse'rS ess
nllartoe bals. Senear of Laaaler-SoUtiiBt
lik U, -
KrseaTcd r.sts oa sale MoaJy at Haraer Bees
fairrKy. l-rlc s a 7S e-a , .
I offer my stock at greatly re-
dared Trirn fnr tlia nv
on account ef expense in re
moving, and that I may hare an
entire new stock in my new lo
cation, the first door east of tbe
London Clothitg 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
N0R1 7 WESTERN
Taw Car Lead, very cheap, at
KM, MIS aad MM Tab Avrnee,
The Little Jewel
HAVE YOU SEEN IT !
. It you wsnt a lamp of aav k'nd. it
will pay you to see whst I hsve. Ths
range in price ia from 18 cents np. and
tbe variety and style is Jost aa great.
Cnisa. ana Oaaas,
MOt aeeead Aveaaa.
ft Is tbat raspwinj at the bteas. which, as.
ramlnn m the glaaas at lbs neck, era,
ness unsightly hrarp er swenbsgsi which
caasee aamrat taming aorta aa ue anas,
tegs, ev fast; which arretooe akrars la tfca
I wniek aUeenctae assaea. earn
esi bus wwrhs. w the many ether S"lf-rtn
tioas WMaUy asrrlbea "heami wnlrh,
e. i-,-, p -lists fsaiilUi
aaeeeata. Befog the ssost aaciewt. It Is las
7 ew asrsoas are eaurely free trees a.
By Ukasg Itoee-s Karasparffla. wWeh. hy
the remarkable rare t has ai is lliil.
oftm wkea ether medk-toe hsve fsJtfeLhas
avevvn rtsclf u be a snteat aas peratlar
asedieia. tar tUs diss a, fl mt mt tkrea
ears sr resllj weevaVrfeL If yea satar tram
trfKmlx. be sore to try tlaaS Barsapanna.
"My aantWr Mary wa tturwe wttn srraf
aksscaerkfrBBUUariMwwBeaaS 44 UUshebarsaw sis ywarsates. Iaps
forawe la her avrfe. a4 aa of tana afw
rwamgtotkesteaaf - r't' si m Imi.i
ramus. sor lew v tare rears. Wsgsve
bar Baod's nartsferffia, wWe the haws sad
si ladVatioos af arrofsbi ctrorrty sn.
artMMt as4 aew lM smwm htbea aeatthy
a sars U 1 aaly
SMtyneat. SliersSarta. flay ate I aaly
y C L HOOD COw Aaetasaanae. tMaaV stasa,
IOO Doaes One Dollar
Begin their Holiday Bale of Ladiee.
Ws show the Urgwst open stock ta the
city, evwrvthing displsywd la full vWw.
from the cheapest to the best grade.
leta7 WhU Mortaaat eom
Eadlee-nnd ChBdrens'ewI d borders te
Ladles' coiored borders Zo
Ownu' larsslreoord yjga.'!."Z!6c
rr w"" a mm aa suched &
Ote-oolorwd borders. large site
. 10 and ltcwnta.
Oreat variety of Ladies'. Gwnu' and
I Bl 1 rmm' 1 mm W .
LndW and Oents- initial, na Unen. S5e
Articles of utility are being snore
aad more jMsftarlor or
VTm tta.n anililn . k. v
"A? Weesa serve yon w.a these
Rock Island. Illinois.
CLEMANIT & SALZIIAIIIJ.
What Would be a Useful Christmis Present
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Not. 124, 136 and 133 SixteenUi Street,
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER
Remored to 219 Seventeenth 8 tree t-
TO REDUCE STOCK.
A Chance You Can't Afford to Miss.
W ara offering rinreoede&ttvl r aloes la
Including all of our magnificent assortment of choice
lists and Bonnets
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
MRS. P. GREEtJAVJALT
1704 SECOND AVENUE.
nooaroaana enn rn rxi s-rars Law.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
stOCC XSLA9TD, TT.f. ,
Oeaa eatlr f a t a. sa. to p. , aa4 Sataveay aeeai Basy rnatnicai.
Pt Cwnt Uterwst paid oa Dwpoalt. Mower loaned on PwrwonaL Cel.
lateral, ot Heal Estate Severity
I- r. aiTnOLDa. IW. r C OkXEtAia, 'vaarra. . M. aCrOUt, Oaasla.
r. U lOtcaafl r. aaalS. . e
B M r. Mara aMe. f COntam Jaaa rWaaar O. f. Lraaa.
i. i. haaawm. L. aaaaa. at. W. Berat. 4. atZaaJaCaVT
Jiraaea Uraav. aailrleaa.
KA.NN & HUCKST-tlEDT,
No. 1811 and 1SIJ Baeond avenoe. .
The t.Har. ia
OIL CLOTHS. SHADES, DRAPERY, Etc.
Use Raven Gloss Dressing
tbe bca for sLoes. Never
Ba, lavas Mt lllj UIVS U1C 1C1IIKT,
Try a Louie aa J Lc cnviiiceJ.
We are exclnalve agents for Cm
Eanlpoiae waists-. Tbeaa arnlete are
ewdareedby Jean aas htMller. navel ere
consldereol the snaat pertaet ti' T
win war oSrrad te the rmbUe. V
also eeO the roUewrtng p-jrnlar aal wvJ
A Ladies Wxidrg Desk.
A Ladies Bookcase.
A Ladies Music cabinet. .
A Fin Sideboard.
A Floe Ontre Tab.
A Fancy chair.
4 Facer Rocker.
And many other ttioe an J as.
atyl (as arka k
FOR ET WEATflE2. .
' The upper la thla Boot haa
patent Unlat vhich la Add. OA
and Watarprxxjf, Inserted lnraca
a manner aa ta miks hats
. W Clt0rpiOOlf.-
Tat sals only by
Wra VeaasM ry W C C,Li a T.
rrvti evaa. r am SVas OaaM aae aeaaas. e
aat w in na 1 1 al aaaW 1 1 1 aa.
liauaul a4 Sssl aabai i ranis.
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