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Tinwawc And Houb
1613 second avenue.
Jinko or Cat Baskets, all sizes. .
New styles of baskets opened
Something nnw in t.ll Hammocks.
All (lie latest Gsm.s.
Lame, all kinds.
Chios sod Glassware.
We will plne on sale Thursday tbe
fljeH line of Plush lvrxt.t;ver lrn;tit to
ibf tiM. ol to he gold at less (ban
Buniifni'luri-rV prices Come and jtpI
our prifes before purcbasiii anything lu
iht H il'ilny line.
A. J. SMITH SON.
Fill Stock I now replete, with Noveltie. Call and compare our (lock aod prices.
A. J. SMITH & SON,
125 ami 127 West Third Street, Opp. Masonic Temple, DAVENPORT.
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WALL PAPER CDMPAMY-
312. 314 TuntiPth Git
And Postoffice Block, Moline. ROCK ISLAND.
FINE VALt. PAPER Exclusive atren'a for the following tlx largen Wall Paper
v 'u'll'V. i?"1"1 Son. J.neway Co., Robert S.Hobb Co., Mevlaa Uavilajul, New
1 ork V all Piper Co.. and Kobert UraTee A Co.
SEKorHSPKCIALa-wUichlnclaileaallthaArtpapeTa. Prices from 10 to SO per cent
bvlow other dealete.
f-Afitmv fzwmw js
Howard Watches, Imported Watches,
H. D. FOLSOII.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
-Irish Cough Syrupy
Acts quickly, is perfectly safe and never fails to cure all Lung troubles.
TRY IT. 10c, 25c and 50c Bottles.
Medicine known for ail Kidney, Loo. and Stomach troubles, hv
Thomas Kidney and Liver Pills.
6c a Bottle Samples free.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Popular 13roo Books 25o.
We also have a complete line of padded
Ar Booklets fr;m 5c np.
Albums by the 190 and at prices which
can't be equaled.
Etchings and Frames, jtiBt the thing
for Xmas. Watch us for bargains this
1705 Second Avenue.
Brauch Store 400. 15th St.. Moline.
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A'SVENE OF B E JIU1X
The SaUmaCTndi Bazwat A nory
Hall . K .-. H
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The Balamagundi Bsi arrant a and
Prowlded under the direcUoa ! of the
Women's ImproTement miM r iu.i..
church, opened auspiciously with good
-.uu.a, at armory hall last ivealng.
The rarious booths were attracts i
sefully arranged aboal the bin. each
oemg presided tTer by a lad f whose
duty had been assigned to design and ar
range h and who was aasisted In ndacu
ta It by other ladies. It it Is w 4 an nn
fair discrimination or is it with u failing
ense of appreciation of the an hi c beauty
of the other booths to say that tb e Japan
ese booth was dacidedly the feau re of the
baiir. It is not only beautiful sad intei
jUng u a study; in iti noU
jy. Illuminated by genuine Japanese
lanterns and decorated whh rlc j matet.
lalsof onental art and skill. A 1 that the
br conuins wag purchased la Japan
by Mr. and Mrs. Cable, ami Include
nwny pretty and curious thin s which
hare not been seen In Bock Island be
fore. Mrs. Cable, whe preside! oer the
booth, appears incomplete Japanese cos
ume, as do her assistants, whil j the la
dies In charge of the other jKM ths wear
white caps and many of them m at aprons.
In all the various booths may be found
articles, wares or delicacies box h as the
respective titles indicate, and that the
P-nstaking efforts which are evinced in
every department of the btcar are ap
preciated are shown by the literal sales
t ever booth. -
The different booths and the ladies who
preside over them are:
Fancy booth Mrs. Gen. Hoffman in
charge. Mrs. Prysinger. Mrs, Baan. Mrs.
Japanese booth Mrs. Ben V. Cable in
charge, Miss Edson, Mrs. Bla;kbnrn. as
Swiss booth -Mrs. S. B. Edson in
charge. Miss Sadie Dart. Miss Ann Bu
Ice cream and candy boot i Mrs. 8o
land in charge, Mrs. Charles Truesdale.
Mrs. Roth, Miss De Santo, asiistanis.
Apron ana doll booth Mrs. Heory
Wheelsn In charge. Mrs. Donahue, Mrs.
Custer, Miss Grace Dart, asshtanla.
Tables Mrs. Lucian Adams in charge,
Arno,d Mrs. Nicholai, Mrs. Prey.
Mrs. Bennett, assistants.
Not the least among 'the attractive
features is a loetrope stall ned on the
tage at the south end of tho hall where
Masters Lucian Adams. Jr, and Ross
Mills did a roehing busioeai with their
unltjue contrivance, while asters Frank
Jones and Eddie Young fupplied any
number with nice fresh popoorn.
The ladies served supper f ponf 6 o'clock
last evening until the close of the enter
tainment and today from 12 mtil 2 spread
a splendid dinner which ss liberally
patronized. This evening f upper will be
served after 6 o'clock and those who en
joy good cooking snd plenty or it with a
sood deal else thrown In 'lll visit the
Salamagundl Bzar, at Armory hall and
see what the Women.' Improvement guild
of Trinity parish can do.
"The Kindergarten." a farcical skit
which Is the product of the imaginative
genius of Robert G. Morris, of the New
York Herald, was presented at Harper's
theatre laat night by Lyon 4 Boyei'a ex
cellent company. "The Klodergardea"ia
a musical comedy in the big-hen sense of
the word, fairly sparkling with new and
bright gems of music. The songs are
catchy and cleverly Introduced, and there
are also given some pretty dances,
notably the skirt dances of Miss Alma
Earle in the third act. in w bich the little
lady gave one of the finest exhibitions of
the ballet order of terpischorean ait that
has ever be en seen In Roc I Island. Miss
Earle has a future of grea'. promise. The
comedy honors are award id to Mr. Chaa.
J. Slice, whose "Widew Magee'.
is a whole show and keeps
the audience convulsed from the opening
to the c ose of the play. Sis songs and
character delineations in.' he first act cap
tured the bouse. As an eccentric come
dian Mr. Stine has few eq uals on the stage
today: Mr. Edward Si syne as "The
Professor" and Mr. Bi d Ross as the
"Sleepy Boy" contributed in no small de
gree to the fun of ths evening. The
company is in fact stron ; without excep
tion. As for the play there is nothing
like a plot in the piece, b it there is plenty
of fun and laughter. An adventurer
taiti a Elndergarden ' icbool and then
makes love to his pupils at the same time
pretending that be is gc ing to marry the
mother of one of them, an Irish widow.
Out of this state of alia rs comes the fun,
and there is no end to it.
A atlaat la a Baaeneat.
A peculiar accident due to miscalcula
tion which strangely an 1 fortunately was
not attended by more m rious results hap
pened in the Rock I (land house this
morning. In order to taake room for the
Immense new boiler to lie used In connec
tion with tle steam Seating appratus,
Messrs W, O. Negus and Chaa. Yerbury de
cided to blast out some of the rock in the'
basement. As the fust reached the ex
plosives, Mr. Courlwrght the corpulent
commercial traveller was seated in an
elevated chair in the w aahroom while his
boots were being polished. The blast
raised him from his w at and threw him
to the floor, the tiling of the floor being
cracked and broken tut no serious re
sults occurred, and the little episode
served to warn Messrs' Kegus'and Yer
bury not to do any t lasting in a base
meat in the future.
The donations to ti e relief society for
the months of October and November are
as follows: .
tire. Rose, Eeator, Fr id Denkman, Wil
lard Baker, W. B. Ferguson. S. J.
Eeator, Alvin Hull. There was also
a Thanksgiving donttlon of provisions
from the schools. Ti a ladies of the ward
robe committee wonh I plead most earnest
ly that those who caa spare underclothing
for women and child? en will not delay in
sending it In. Such donations have been
scanty this year and the calls from the
poor are many. : '
. Srsppsa fran ths OMads.
; Ths Moon, Dec. 8,
Air. C. C. Taylor, Rock I land. Earth.
Dear Bir: ' . I -
Please notify the ublre that shall bold
high carnival at vac r estsblisaaent .daring
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out it wUl be neco stary for all the rocd
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The United 8tates 8enate yesUrday con
curred in tha house amendment to its WU
for a public building at Rock Island
cutting the appropriation down from
1100.000 to 175.000 and took a similar
action with reference to the Sioux Ciiy
appropriation, but not concurring in the
various other bills. So Rock Island Is
The various sites being discussed for the
bunding. aU of which with the possible
exception of the disgraceful Warren lots,
are available, are as follows:
The Warren low on Sixteenth street
and Second avenue.
The Lynde property Sixteenth street
and Third avenue.
The Riley property First avenue and
A lot owned by W. B. Ferguson on
Third avenue and Eighteenth street.
The Taylor bouse property on Six
wenth street and Fourth avenue.
Tae I'rweis Matter.
Cbas. Cruel x r Moline, the defeated
democratic candidate for county clerk, has
written the Moline Republican a letter in
which he acknowledges that he received
t50 from Hon. Ben. T. Cable and denies
that the Ditpateh sent a reporter to him
the second time to ascertain a denial from
him. The sum and substance of the
whole matter Is simply that the Ditpaleh
after having attempted to bt little Mr.
Cable's generosity, found that in doing
so it had contradicted Its own original
report that Mr. Cab'.e had made Cruets
the presentation and simply tried to lie
out of It. But it could not.
tw for ths Trav.
Mr. Simon returned from his Chicago
trip, and a great stock of suits and over
coats, will be unpacked tomorrow. Caah
cuts a big fl jure with wholesalers just
now snd Simon & Mosenfelder are quick
to take advantage of a 'good thing".
We would caution our friends not to be
misled by untruthful statements of sensa
tional "yarns" but Uke our ad t ice and
"look around". We will save you money
evi ry time. . 8ixon & MosKxr elder.
appropriate ana Vssfnl Presents.
The time is near . at hand when tne
thoughts of what will be the best and
most appropriate present to make to your
friend or friends pervades the mind of
the ordinary mortal. Something nice in
furniture makes ancrnamental,usefulsnd
very appropriate gift. There is no place
in the three cities where you can sue a
larger assortment of novelties la furni
ture than at Clemann & Salxmann's.
Their large and spacious carpet room la
nicely displayed with these goods.
Where is bay X mat Gifts.
Kann & Huckstaedt desire the public
10 call and examine there nice large and
new line of fancy parlor chairs, elegant
book cases. -fine bed. room sets, choice
parlor seta, easy chairs, rugs, lace and
drapery curtains. Tblr display Is sn
large that it will not be neccessarv tolouk
t laewhere for something.nice for a holiday
Bifi In furniture, and their prices cannot
be duplicated Jn aay aimilar establish
ment in the three cllies.-
Mr. Simon has returned from his Chi
cago trip, where he made' another over
coat and suit deal. The goods were un
packed today and will be ready for sale
tomorrow. Owing to the peculiar state
of the eastern money market, large cash
buyers can dictate prices to manufactur
er, and thus be enabled to sell goods
much b low current values. Of course
there are aome (there always are) who
claim to have strork "a soft soap" with
out there being a shadow of truth about
It. Such cases am mere sensational
bosh" humbug. The quickest wsy to
discover tbem is to compare gooda and
prices. Facts will tell. We invite in
spection to our new purchase, assuring
our customers that we can save tbem a
"heap- of money.
SniOK fc MOSEKFELDBK
Llara a Siawan'a Holiday Bill ef Faas.
This Onn shows almoat every article
for cent lemon's nse. The variety of
each class is so large as to enable all to
make satisfactory selections. The fol
lowing are always appropriate and use
fancy Night Shirt,
Linen Hanoi-art hw.
Kmbr'd Night Hhlrta,
Tall Dre ee Shirt.
Cnff Boxt ,
Foil Dre Vmib.
Full Dree Neekwear.
Full ire Jewelry,
Full Dree Shirt Protector,
"Honesty is the best policy" and that
is just why Salvation Oil beau all other
liniments. It is decidedly th bet t and costs
only 23 cents.
Jay Uuuld'n onto.
Probably to most persona the moat inter
estino: object in Mr. Jay Gould's office in
the Western Union building is Mr. Gould
himself. The room itself is rather hand
somely furnished In a substantial way, but
there are scores of down town offices which
surpass it in (torgeousries. It Las windows
opening on Broadway and Dey street, and
there is no trouble about the liht, Mr.
Gould aits at a big desk facing the en
trance. Occasionally a visitor sees some
thing to itidicfite that he is in a place
where real milliona figure In the calcula
tions of the establishment. The other day
there was a chair in the office which no
body sat in. It was occupied by a big pile
of papers whose respectable green has
conveyed auggitstioas of bond and storks
and other ' securities. But Mr. Gould
hardly lauced at the delightful pile of
paper. lie acted as if he were used tj see
ing such things every day, even where the
folks didn't have company. New York
Old Time Boodle.
The "general court" did not go without
its little perquisites in colony days. Ac
cording to r. Sburtieff's "Topography of
Boston" Governor's island was "granted
and confirmed to the aai d John Winthrop
and his heirs in fee farms, for which they
are to pay only two bushels of apples every
year one bushel to the governor and an
other to tha general court in winter the
same to bee of the beat apples there grow
ing." :It is supposed," says Dr. Shunleff,
"that ths apples were faithfully paid in
every year, and that each of the members
of the general court carried home Ids
pockets full, for again in 16 tha follow
ing significant entry appears upon the
records: 'The buabell of apples was paid
in.' "Boston Transcript.
"So one," declares Cicero, "seems to me
free who does not sometimes do nothing."
Then he goes on to tell bow certain noble
Romans am used themselves in the country
by indulging, boy like, in all aorta of
frolics. Evidently they jumped and ran
thenelves into physic I well being and
ability to take up the severer duties of Ufa
"Who la yoar doctor?" said some one to
"My best doctor," replied he, "la a
horse." Youth's Companion.
a Sew Thing 1b Leather.
First Tramp Say, cully, gimme a bit of
string to tie on my corporation
Second Tramp What yer givia us?
What yer mean?
First Tramp Only a new name for dese
yer shoes, lley'agot no soles. Pittsburg
-fellow's fcvorita gen was tha royal
amethyst; that deeo. Caalilrur nam
tnsartiat Hunt, and the
Pay your water rent.
Go to May's for low prices.
for the latest in Christmas gifts go to
Joan Mosber of Baratow. was in the
city today. ,
Head Carse & Co's holiday slipper ad-
1 IBCUICII be '
Fancy ladies' desks from $8.00 upwards
at H. F. Cordes.
Bny your essels at U. F. Cordes and
save 100 per cent.
Just received a fine line of parlor book
cases at H. F. Cordes.
Sheriff Gordon is clothing bis ft Issu
ers In regulation style today.
Drop In at C. O. Taylor's and tee the
latest novelties in Christmas goods.
$30.00 sideboards at $28,00 and $33,00
sideboards at $38,1)0 at H. F. Cordes.
C. C. Taylot's two stores contain any
thing you can ask for In toys and fsncy
Ffcscy hsnging hall racks and fsncv
rocl;ers at astonishing low prices at H. F.
The largest display of dolls ever seen
In the west can now .be seen at C. C.
The ordinance of baptism was admin
istered to eight persons at the First Baptist
church last evening.
For every dollar's worth of goods yon
bny of W. Treft & Co. you get a ticket on
that handsome $10 doll.
For rubber stamps of all kinds go to
the Rock IMnd Steam Robber Stamp
Works, 1714 Second aven ue .
Win. son of John Imhoff living on
Ninth street died this morning of pluero
pneumonla aged 0 years and 8 months.
Union services at the First Baptist
church, this evening, preaching by Rev.
C. E Taylor, subject: "Say not there are
yet fonr months."
Jennie, nineteen months' old daughter of
Wm..M. Edwards, living on Kim street,
died this morning of diphtheria and was
buried this afternoon.
Prof. 8tolpe of the Augutttna college
conservatory choir was surprised Tuesday
evening by the presentation by bis choir
of sn elegsnt gold watch .
The ladies of St. Lake's hospital geU i
desire that anyone having old linen or
old linen rags leave the same at tbe bos
pittl as there Is great need of tbe same.
Tbe show window in C. C. Taylor's
new store Is a great attrac ion to the little
girls. Mrs. Taylor baa the window very
nicely arranged with all kinds of dolls
dressed np in elegant cestumes.
We are tickled about tbe surprise we
have in store for you. To-morrow our
latest purchase of suits and overcoats
will arrive and then greater bargains than
ever at Simon & Mosenfelder.
The A rocs yesterday neglected the
mention of the name of Win. Jackson as
chief counsel for the defense in the case
of Hensler vs. Williams, White de Co ,
which has just been decided in favor of
tbe latter in the appelate court.
Mr; Cbas. Stine one of the side splittlnc
laugh provokers of the a-Kindenardea''
company called at the A rocs oiqce yes
Urday. He is an old Freeport boy and
is making his reputation as one of tbe
shining lights in the world or comedy., ..
W. A. Morris and H. A.- Jennings
have entered suit in the ctrrnit court
againat the Rock Itland Jfc Prori road
for the loss of their borset last snmrner
on the track of that road while camping
on Vandruffs island, alleging damage, f
-Tbe remains of Mrs. Llzs':e llistra
formerly of thia city who died at Deep
River, Iowa, ten days ago will, arrive ra
Rock Island tonight for interment The
funeral services will be held at the United
Presbyterian church tomorrow afternoon
at 2 o'clock.
What c n be fairer than the advice of a
merchant, who tells you. to look around
before spending your money. Ue surely
must be conscious of his ability to offor
tbe best bargains, in pi tin words, to ua
dersell his competitors. Buck Is done by
Simon de Mosenfelder.
Tbe Davenport Democrat n comment
ing on the happy (rood fortune tbat has
come to both R.ck Island and Davenport
In the way of government buildings saa
"it is in order for Moline to raise a howl".
No doubt about that brother, and that
bowl will come, don't worry.
A number of the local sports
are today amusing themselves
at the expense of tbe China man who In
nocently took in their yarn about the
prlre fight out In tbe country between the
Omaha and Kalamax o celebritea. Tbe
UnUm't representative Is easily stuffed.
The long tried case of the commission
ers of highways of South Moline against
tbe Moline Central Railway has been com
promised in the county court, the street
railway people agreeing to ox their riiiht
of way in a condition satisfactory to the
highway commissioners snd each party
to the suit agrees to pay its own costs.
The toy and confectionery firm of W.
Treft Si Co., on Fonrth avenue near
Twenty-third street, havo decided as a
feature of their holiday trade to present
the purchaser of each dollar's worth of
goods with a free ticket on a lovel y $13
doll which may be seen on exhibition in
the store window. This is no lottery
scheme; merely a Christmas remem
brance to friend a.
The Rock Island Citixns' Improve
ment association, which meets tonight,
bus two important matters to act upon.
The government building ait and the
sendinit of a suitable man to Washington
to explain the change in tbe viaduct ap
proach, tropoaed by Col. Whittemore to
obviate tbe obstruction . encountered
through tha attitude of tbe property
boldera on Twenty.fourth street and
Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Lyon of tbe ' Kin
dergarden" company called on old friends
in Rock Island and Davenport yesterday
They formerly resided In Davenport Mr.
Lyon la now one of the proprietors of tbe
"Kindergarden" and his wife whose stage
name la Alma Earle is the star of tbe
company. This is only her second season
on tbe stsge yet she gives promise of tbe
development of charms and graces such
as mads Lotta famous, though illness has
of late prevented her from assuming as
much work as Is her custom.
Cuss. Leas, of Moline, fell from sn el
vator yesterday, headlong, for quite a
distance, striking on his back on a pile of
timbers and seriously injuring bis spioe.
He Is not expected to survive. A. H.
Manellua. foreman of tbe Moline Pump
company's establishment is at death's
door because a ten foot pump fell, over
on him and then In falling he struck his
head upon the floor and prodcotd con
cussion of tbe brain. Albert Carlson is
very near to death, also, owing to his
having ran a pitchfork into his lee about
two weeks ago. Altogether a sort of fa
tuity seems to have coma over Moline.
Everything has a cause; Tickling la
the throat, basking of voice, violent
coughing, etc.. are the eflecta of a severe
cold. Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup cares tbe
cold at once, and removes its serious
Messrs. HDdebrandt Weinberger,
who have purchased the Rock Island Ira
Co outfit, began delivering ice Nov.
Leading authorities aay the only proper
way to treat catarrh is to take a conatiui
nal remedy, like Hood's SsraaparUla.
10 per cent dlaoouat sals on aide boards
and cupboards this week. Call and get
your terms. Tbe Adams 82 Brady sL
. taut Waist-
Some new lot received, others marked
?' 2? bargains hi MW
Caoda. . Nice rrpellaat clot waists 88c.
Oa to y- tx low fxu
Oysters at Erell 4 Math's.-
Go to Holbrook's. Davenport, for car
peu and silk curtains.
Tenderloin, spare ribs, pig's feet, leaf
leard, etc., at Gilmore's pork house.
Bend yonr friends to Krail Math's
for a dish or can of fresh oysters.
Call and see the hand -carved bed room
suites at Holbrook's, Dave sport.
Parlor suites and fancy chairs of every
description at Holbrook's. Davenport.
For rent a good seven room bouse,
good cellar. Eaqmrs at Eoba A Adiers.
Ice cream always oa hand and served
by the dish all winter at Erell Math 'a
A handome line of book cases and
cabinets just received at Holbrook's, Dav
enport. An elegant assortment of dining tables,
chairs and hat racks at Holbrook'a. Davo
Would not a fine pair of portieres make
a lasting Impression as a holiday gift.
The Adams 322 Brady sL Davenport.
All those knowing themselves Indebted
to Geo. Barker will pleas call on him
and settle at his new office In Buford
Free A $5 Webster's Original Unabridg
ed Dictionary with every $20 caah pur
chase at the Adams, 828 Brady street,
E. B. McEown sells bard wood la
lengths, cut or split; soft coal, lump and
nut, corner Fifteenth afreet and First
avenue. Telephone 1198.
When yon want a nice dish of fresh
oysters step In to Erell & Math's and or
der them np In any style.
The Crown dining ban, No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish job
the best meal in the city for S3 cents. A.
B. Johnson, proprietor.
10 Der cent diaennnt ! nt V4
suits for tbe next thirty days. You can
afford to buy one at tbeae prices and on our
terms. The Adams 822 Brady sL Davec
Bear in mind we An
cream when cold weather sets In. and yon
can get it In -any quantity In the coldewt
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wisiut. iMjuitrmncr nmi cc tlath S S0a
get tbe best.
$50,000 to loan nm .
in sums of tK) and nnwarrl. at In mc
current rate of Interest, without com
mission. E. W. Hurst, Attorney at
law. Rock Island.
Tbe Cicarmakert' union Hk T.1.-.1
will give their first annual ball at Armory
ball on Satnrd .w.nin. . . 0
A general public Invitation is cordially
extended. Bleuei's band.Georee Stmehla
- JMuqueue rugs, carpets.
t la.ll. - t . ,
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oppropnaia oe signs at
Tbe Adams, 322 Brady at. Davenport.
The moat rthiinvA e.M .f ..i.mI.
rurtd by the use of Ely's Cream Balm, tbe
only aereealle remedy. It la not a liqulj
or snuff, is easily applied Into the noa-
irua. r or cold in tbe bead it is magical.
It gives relief at once. Price 30 cents.
. Half Fare Feisuts.
ClrrffTmea itcairlr.o- hair r. .ii.
over tbe Rock Island & Peoria Railway
ior ivi. snouiii make personal applica
tion at once atdenol font nf Tar,.nll k Bi
It is cpecially desired that all applications
he received prior In Dec. 25th.
, . r- u. Rockwell. Ticket Agent.
,G.)1o Slav's for low prices.
' K. E. Parmentcr, attorney at iaw.
Hakes pnlleriiona l n . m
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attend to any k-tral business intrusted to
-mi , postoiuce uiocx, kocb 1st
and. Ilia. dsAwly
I effer my stock at jjTeatly re
. tluced prices for tbe next
on account tf expense in i
moving, and tbat I may bavean
entire new stock in my new lo
cation, the first door east of tbe
London Clothing Co., where I
will bare in a few days a full
line of the latest novelties for
C. C. TAYLOR.
Call and see Those Fine
Twa Car Loada, very cheap, at
lelQ, ISlt aaa 1C1 Third Aveaae.
Tlie Little 'Jewel
. HAVE YOU 8EEN. IT !
If you want a lamp of aav kind. It
will pay yon to see what I have, Tbe
range In price is from 18 cents np. and
the variety and style is just as great.
Cataa asm Oie.
M-if reeaUar points rnaka BoosTs Ba
-' ""p w au wuer mtai
fecwuar la erbrnartow. r. me.
inu a a
the tall cnrsUve nit mi
ess issas re.dlssr ty..
ue vegetable klai
ireni lar b :
elae af '-wtrirh
besaid.sVCi -rn '
toe .! -Draar- u
anal saniTin .
re ire I
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rrndnre a - .
- - - - k noon
Peeaflar I. k. - . . .
.... ,n uiv oatnritaraT
ue him of -Tne great bW
punner ever eiseeverea'
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n iiiiu-imM Kt
, inere t no
U Hood'i Mrari!'
man or alir -y
sbroau. S ak. -L"l
ever stalaeal aara am.
brity In S4 short a ens,
ad retained If n ri.hi.
r . r
ana eonfidewew r- all r leant
tieAn ft mtmA
Do W hm ! B . -
' ... .1 j rnpir oat
bat I aare 10 get the fVeattar MrdVtea,
SVMy.S muu . fliifaa-sa. fnawiaf
Wf C L HOOD a 00, Ahmm. U a. Mm,
IOO Doses One Dollar
1 gj a
et 3 a
Grand Holiday HantUicrcIiiGi Sale
Begin telr Boliday Sal of Ladiea.
Owau and C-Udrwn'a Baad-wrehtofs.
h?w lh largwat opwn stock la tke
cltjr, wvwrrt log t is playwd la fall vtrw
from t e o-sapest to t a boat grnde
Bny early wtile tha assortment ts com
pleta. Ladles' and ChOdrems' col d borders I e
t-adle' colored bordr-
Ownu' Urg sire cord ed7w..Z
Lsidiew' wait hwmtMd sUched .&o
naU 6, T aadBe
"a001-?- bord- 1"B aires.
8. 10 and Uetsu.
Cst variety of LW. OwaU' and
Cklldrens la better grades.
LadUa'andOwnts InlUal. all linen. 5o
Artielea of nUllty are beinw mon
and mora sought aftar for
Ws kswp nothlnt but Dry Goods -
Rock Island. Illinola.
CLEMANN & SALZr.TATJIT. .
What Would be a Useful Christmas Present;
cleuaJj & sALznnnn,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue, -
And Nos. 131, 120 and 138 8ixteeat 8tret,
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
TOEDST & ADLER,
Remore4 to 21 9 Seventeenth 8tret
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HELLO, CENTRAL ?
KANN & HUCKSTAEDT,
Xa. 1811 aad 131S Sacoad avraoe.
t S at atf
OIL CLOTHS, SHADES, DRAPERY. Erx.
Use Raven C!oss Dressing
tbe ut U1.C Ncvt
calrs, tll s ii.;ur.s U Icaii cf.
Try a UxUc uJ l .i-vitM.X
. GEO GOHIIEID-I
g. & )
W ar iclaarva agwets T sbr Cui
C ijnipoise waists. Tbsnw valcta tra
ondoraod by Jsaassi UUr. aad str
eoaaldawwd tha. most parfoet tcri
waists er oferwd to tha pmblla. V
also sail tha folio lax pwrraUr aad
know a corset;
Warwees Wew Fay W. C. C,1
riawrS wvxpb. rer Bra Oai il
A Ladies Writing Dek.
A Ladies Bookcase.
A Ladiei' Music cabinet.
A Fine Sideboard.
A Floe Centre Table.
A Fancy chair.
4 Fancy Rocker.
And many other nice and nse-
i at .
j mi articles.
2 1 tz
2 2 o c
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lea a I prttm la
FOR WET WEATHES.
TLs upper ia this Boot Las a
P-tst lc, which Is Ari CXI
atarrproo!, tnasrrtad ts-c
a xnanner as to znaks both --t
1J t j
- 1 i j I
Uyji Ci Stcvurt's
'.of i sto"e.
rr. rk a vans,
n-"it ia Mk.