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JAHNS & BERTELSEN.
I ki-"-. I i If; I ... -
Tiswatoc Akd Hous!
IDli SECOND AVENUE.
jinkn or Cat Bkets, mil tises.
jfcwityles of baskets opened eacu
nwlhiD? new in Dull Hammocks.
All tlitt Intent Qamrs.
Umps. all kinds.
Cliion nil 0!ssarf.
will plarn un sale Thursday tbe
line of 1'msli Uw(lHevt;r brought to
cit, mil to bo soli) at less than
fsciuiers' prices Come and set
prices rx-fure purcbasinK anything Id
Copper-Smithing, Sheet Iron, Gas and
Steam Fitting, Also Sewer work.
BAKER k HOUSMAN,
Opposite Habpsr Hodbs.
Howard Watches, Imported Watches,
h. d. poison.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
-Irish Cough Syrupy
Acts quickly, is perfectly safe and never falls to cure all Lung troubles.
TRY IT. ' - y 10c, 25c and 50o Bottle.
Madlcio know a tor all Kidney, Long and Stomach troabka. Is
Thomas' Kidney and Liver Pills.
5c a Bottle Samples free.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Popular t3ino Boks 35c.
We also have a complete line of padded
Art Booklets from 5s up.
Albums by the 100 and at prices which
cant be equaled.
Etchings and Frames, jast the thing
for Sanaa. Watch us for bargains this
1705 Second Avenue
Branch Store 400, ISth sr.. Holme.
for the Celebrated
FOR TflE VIADUCT. :
The Improvement Association M ike
::..v- A Timely More. ; J ;
Be Mew !
If the Jeeatu la Willie.
Rock Island Citlaen ' Imo ove.
mont association had an Important and
M altogether animated session last sren
lng. It was tbe regular monthly meet,
tng of the progressive bodv. P.iH.n
Jackson presided and there was large
nouuauce or representative cttizentt who
are members of the organization. 1-th.
caUof committees for report, und.ir the
neaa ot that one on public building and
works, Mr. Fred Hsss tntde a taagtby
verbal report outlining in detail wh a has
already appeared in the Abqub as x the
government's further requirement! with
reference to ceruin rights on T'feutv.
fourth street, not only from the rai road,
but from the abutting property holders.
Heeiplained how the difflcultj had In part
been obviated bv Col. Whittemore a plan
already described of putting in it (tone
retainer approach to tbe yladuct instead
of using earthwork, and clearly demon
strated tbe necessity of sending it good
lawyer to Washington to expliin the
matter properly and meet alt technical
objections that may yet arise. tt stated
that the mayor, who was prase at. had
assured him that in his opinion tba conn
cil would cheerfully meet tne (tpenses
entailed by an emissary on so important
a mission. Mr. Hass thereupon p resented
the following resolution and myed Its
"Whereas, Tbe attorneys employed
to prepare the abstract and other papers
for tbe purpose of complying 'vlth tbe
act of congress relative to the building
of a viaduct across the railroad tracks at
Twenty-fourth street in this cl ty. have
encountered numerous objection raised
by the officer, of the' War Depanment
in the preparation of aUd pajiers and
such sections can trore easily be ex
plained In person than by correspond
ence, apd such explanation is necessary to
obtain speedy action In regarl to the
building of said viaduct by the War De
partment; therefore be it
Jiuolvtd. That Oliver Olsen lie and is
hereby appointed to proceed to Wash
ington. D. C. when all papers shall
have been forwarded by -Jie com
mandant at Rock Inland Arsenal to
the war department and make such ex
planation as will be found necessary to
cause speedy action In the approval of
said papers by tbe secretary of war.
And be it further
'Retolvtd, That the city council of
tbia city be respectfully requested to
to adopt this resolution and defray the
expenses of said Oliver OUon to Wash
ington and return."
Mr. Oliver Olson at once s ated that
while he realized tbe impcrati ve neces
sity of seeding a representative to Wash
ington, having become onvesant with
the situation, he hoped the association
would choose someone other tuan be as
his business was such as to mt.ke it in
convenient to get off now.
Caut. Robinson could not a tbe ne
cessity of sending anyone to 7 'ashing ton.
Be thought that ail that was necessary
to be accomplished could be d ine by cor
respondence. Mr. A. C. Dar; coincided
in the views of Copt. Robins n that It
was unnecessary to send a man to Wash
ington. Be held that everytl.lng necea
aary could be accomplished by letter, and
through Col. Whittemore.
Mr. Olson urged the neces ity of send
ing a suitable representallts to argue
with the department officers c n technical
questions which could only ae disposed
of in such a manner.
Mr. M. E. Sweeney said it was neces
sary for some one to go to Washington
in person as the city is required to fur
nisb certain clear titles, whk h called for
cessions on the part of the railroad and
property holders which cannot be had.
It la necessary to convince t ie authorities
that the cessions already obtained are
sufficient, and are all that cai be obtained.
There are many technical objections to
be overcome which can onW be success
ful through personal interview.
Dr. W. A. Paul suggested the propri
ety of referring tbe matter to Congress
man Gest to explain to the departments.
This brought Capt Robins in to his feet
in an instant In the cap' ain's opinion
Mr. Qest could do more in ten minutes
there in Washington on th J subject than
anyone aent then can do hi a week.
Mr. Bass reiterated th ) necessity of
having some one go to Washington
to have this matter properly explained.
Be had given much time to this question
and he believed be undent ed the require
ments as well as anyone. He could not
see why Capt. Robinson trss so desirous
of throwing obstacles in tbe way and if
the captain thought he o uld accomplish
mere for the viaduct than he. he was will
iog to turn It over to him.
To this Capt. Robinson replied, that
from the best informatiot. he could gather
the viaduct would have teen as far along
as tt was tr air. iiass bad never been in
Washington or had anything to do with
It. Be did not want to send anyone
down there to trouble Mr. Gest
Mr. A. C. Dart stated that he had been
accused of delaying tlie viaduct He
desired fo say that he w is willing to help
it In every way possible -but he would
insist that the street on both side of the
viaduct be kept open. . He thought the
government asked too much. -Mr.
E. D. Sweeney expressed his opln
ion that the best thing to do was to send
someone to Washington. The viaduct
committee, ne expiaint a, naa received a
long letter from a legal adviser of the
wsr department in wh ch all objections
that could be raised :o the title of the
viaduct property had been set down In a
legal way. Many of . these objections
may be disposed of if tome on is there
in Washington who t an personally dis
cus it from a legal ; standpoint In a
word we should have s n attorney there to
look after and present our case to the
attorney general. Uo eas this is don the
viaduct is a long way iff.
Mr. Oliver OJsen explained that it was
absolutely necessary ' o have a good law
yer go to Washington in person. Noth
ing can be accomp iished In writing,
There are legal lecnacsillie to be over
come and point to be gained that only a
personal interview as J argument can ac
complish. .' t, "
Capt Robinson ini isted that it was not
neceeaary to send a nan to Washington.
Mr. A. C. Dart sui ialned the tame view
again and suggested that tbe city build
the approach to the riaductUrui obviat
ing tbe necessity of ( ke city ce.liug-. any
thing. . :: -
Mi. August Huesi jg emphasized
necessity of sending mom on to - Wash",
teuton to expedite t utters, to the ad
TIIIS HQ Oil ISLAIIli
r 1 that the viaduct miv b constrntopil wT . 'ntap ar.v--i 1 .. " ' ,
that tbe viaduct tniy he constructed be
fore more people are maimed or killed at
that dangerousTwent j -fourth streeteros-
ing. : . . ;; -. ,..
Mr. M. E. Sweeney having read the
correspondence with the authorities at
Washington and Col. Wbitemora and the
committee here including the letter of ob
jections from the assUtent judge advocate
general which clearly demonstrated that
an attorney must go to Washington.Prea
Ident Jackson said that an attempt to re
concile matters in writing would be simply
an unsurmountable question. The objec
tions must be personally met,discussed snd
disposed of. '
Oap. Robinson still objected to sending
anyone to Washington on the ground that
Col Whittemore could solve all difficulties
at this end and all other matters could be
referred to Congressman Gest.
Tbe original motion was called up and
the resolution adopted by an almost
unanimous vote. Messrs. Robinson and
Dart being the only ones voting in the
negative. ' '
Under the same bead Mr. Fred
called up tbe question of postofflce
and the matter was referred to the
mlttee to investigate and report.
Uuder the head of railroad, Mr.
Mitchell submitted a letter from F. H.
Caldwell, of Pre-emption, who outline
the incorporation of a eoal company, tbe
purchase of 5.000 acres of coal land with
the determination to build a railroad in
this direction, either to Rick Island or to
Mutcatine. Mr. Caldwell stated Musca
tine was anxious to get. tbe road and he
desired to know what Rock Island would
do. He gave assurances to the fact tbst
tbe road was to be built and btatcd that
the company would like to get across tbe
river here. Mr. A. C Dart stated that
titer wa a bridge franchise available
here, and expressed it as his opinion that
the road Mr. Caldwell represented wa
th Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe. The
matter was referred to the committee on
railroads with instructions to opca a cor
respondence on the subject.
Mr. August Hueslng presented a le tter
from J. J. Dwyer fc Co., of Chicago, re
garding the iooation here of a factory
employing over . 800 persons, which
whs referred to the committee on manu
facturers, and the association after pass
ing the usual monthly bills and disposing
of other, matters,' adjourned.
A Crash la ike Barlla;ta Yard Litat
Ktcht-A Batlr Satterra Vf EKiae
ad Heveral Matttaheal Vmrn.
A bad collision which', strange to re
late, was not attended by loss of life or
injury occurred in the Burlington yards,
between Seventeenth and West Seven
teenth streets, shortly after 6 o'clock last
evening. C-, B. & Q. engine No. 364
with Engineer Withered at the thrott!
was pulling slowly up to the crossing of
the R. I. & P. and C, B. & Q. tracks,
with several cars, when the Peoria switch
engine No. 6, Etginuer Weaver In charge
came puffing down with a string of ten
or twelve cars, mottly loaded. Neither
engineer saw the approach of the other
engine until it we a too late to give an ef
fective signal, though the Burlington en-,
glneer realized the danger - first
and had gotten his engine . almost
stopped when the Peoria pony
engine crashed into It. Tbe Peoria en
gine wa backing and the tender struck
the Burlington engine with turrlBc force
breaking In tbe cylinder head of the latter
and badly smashing two cars in each train
those attached to the R. I. & P. engine
being loaded respectively with coal and
lumber. - But the colliding engine was
itself a sight, and it came out of the at
tack in very much the shape that an ama
teur pngilist would a'ter putting up bis
props to Sa'livan. It looked worie than
certain congressmen Came out of that
cruel November 4th last The tank wa
ruined, head light destroyd, smoke stack
knocked off and the entire machine twis
ted almost out of shape. It will take
no less than (3.000 to repairs it. It re
quired soma time to removo tbe wreck
and get the tracks clear.
The engineers all remained in their cabs
they did not have time to leap and
none of them received so much a a
Laatfea'a sfeaaa Malr.
Ol what a picnic for the Dnblir. Tba
Liondon s great aco op sale begins tomor
row tsaturuav) morning at 8 o clock and
win last a snort time only, as such great
oarg-tma are oouna to be gobbled up.
The trite laying that "the proof of the
pudding is in the eating thereof can be
readily exemplified, not only bv the un
beard of low price, but to further prove
that lias is a bonna tide sale, we below
mention plainly the manufacturer' name,
from whom this great strck was pur
chased, vie.: Goldsmith, Klaw & Co..
99-101 West Third street, Cincinnati. O.
Cash, pluck and push carried off tbe
great prize at CSc on the dollar. Ton
know what 05o on the dol ar means it
mean good retailed at 80 per cent Jess
than manufacturer s cost, or from 45 to
6 ) per cent let than regular wholesale
prices. Kes pert fully.
1 Lokdox Clotmso Co.
MtMekea Dawa la Yaata.
Clarence Olson, aged 17 vearr.
months and ? days, died at 9 o'c'ock last
night at the home of hi parent. Mr. and
Mrs. Christian Olson, 2018 Seventh ave
nue, of Inflammation of tbe bowels, after
foir days' Dines. ; The deceased ha
been recently employed at Loosley' china
and crockery store and was an exemplary
and trustworthy young man. .
The funeral will be held at S o'clock
tomorrow afternoon from the Broadway
Simon & Mosenfeider have made un
usual preparations for Xmas. Ameag the
many aseful and appropriate article we
Fancy silk vests.
Gold headed silk umbrellas.
i Mufflara ia rich design. .
Dree shirts. '
Where te bay X Sa Qiits.
Kan a ct Hucksteedt desire the publio
to call and examine there nice large and
new line of fancy parlor chairs, elegant
book cases, fine bed room sets, choice
parlor sets, easy chair, rugs, lace and
drapery curtains, ibeir display is to
large that it will not be neccessarv to look
elsewhere for something nice for a holiday
gut ia runutore, and their price cannot
be duplicated ia any aimllar establish
menl in the three citie. . . ....
If you are offered a bottle of Salvation
Oil. without wrapper, or defaced or mu
tilated, dent buy it at any price, you may
he sore that there is ao-'hlag wroag; it
may be a worthier
eit. Insist o
-X i. per feet.
!i a jUow
1 TOW more Deonla am mlmnl or a-'llait l I . - I
Wka Are the Beawaca r awr rave
Btraasa Iw Their Ft-eaewt Biavealy
If the business -men facing on our
paved streets had the property holders
paid for the improvement are hot ia-
dignant at the wretchedly sJowalv eon.
dition of those of or principle through
fsres on which thousand of dollars have
recently ben expended. It is because they
too busy to observe, or have bacom
accustomed to tbe neglect oa the part
the atrcet superintendent that thv
cease to be further annoyed by it If
there is any other city in this broad land
which makes pretentions ot having good
business streets, where then is so much
absolute Indolence shewn ia th care of
same a there is right here in Rok
Island tbe Aou will be favored by be-
informed of the location ot that cltv.
Tbe holiday season, th merchants'
harvest of all the year, ia upon us. It la
th season of th year wbea tbe business
man Is in a happy mood becanse all
about him are happy, and there ara plea
or people oa our street. It is the
time when most ltie attempt to look
neat and tidy.- I the latter true as to
Rock 11 and f Take walk do wn T w an-
tleth street or Second avenue la the
paved portion and see. Then go over
Davenport and see that city' paved
streets: compare and observe bow much
more bene at one city is getting out of th
provemenl In which - Rock Island set
the example than tbe other. Would la
fact anyone imagine that Rock Island'
streets bad ever been paved? Do lhev
look more Ilk a barn yard than
paved streets? The AaoDidoe aot ask
people to be guided by what it says; It
sks them to investigate for. themselves.
For nearly two year the city has bee
paying a salary to fill man who thus neg
lects hi duty and permits the city to be
lgraced. He is ton Indifforent and indo
lent to observe the demands of public
elfare and yet be ia kept la ofllze and
petted and extol-d by a tnavor who
ould like very much to poee a a cltv
executive who ha been watchful of the
public Interest . -
. - - C1TYCHAT.
Poultry or all kinds at Browner'.
Attend the London' great scoop sals.
Dressed turkevs and chickens at P. O
Home maita niln- rim nt . :
der at Browner s.
Mr. Gao.'Churrh nf rUrhni. fll ..
in tbe city today.
Home tnadft mlnp m.,i v n
. ' - a. . . VI.
PreDared Jnhnn r.la .rH k.mi..
cake at Browner'.
Nice eatinff and ranLInn . c-
G -- 1 -ft-"- -
Bananas, otinvai anil U.i.i
M G. Young's.
Ex-county Recorder Henry Volmer.
of Scott County, died at Davenport this
- - -wp mmiv,
Wtiich begins tomorroa? t S.tnr.l.rk nn--..
ing at 8 o'clock.
Supervisor fVinr.it Rrhn.l.l,., i.
at his place of bualaeas aftei a serious
siege who quinsy, , - .
Oniric to tha tih nf ru..
- - v. Wl 1. 1 BUIA'
an employe of Loosley's crockery store,
the sture will be closed tomorrow during
tbe hours of the funerat from t until B
Mr. J. J. Reimers has gone west oa a
business trip. It U understood that Mr.
Reimera contemnlatna rli.
" -ivwtaiB W1B
laatcrestB here and iocatiug pcrmtDtotly
There will be no tattnr -n.i-.i- i-
the Young Men's Christian Association
iuuiub nui ounaay. i nut is .by rvqu-st
ot the pastor so that all may unite la
the union evangelistic service.
A housewife livinc km- Kim i-i
came very near causing trouble ia her
i.uiiij una BDorning oy using oy mistake
tbe contents of a bnttls nf "ThimH ..
Lightning Liniment" for brandy ia mince
Dies. Tba niita mmrtk K.WH m-A i
tor tbe Uble when the lady discovered
Miss Adele Pavna tha ir.o-unn
played at Harper's theatre recently and
made such a favorable impretaioa has had
her manarar armiiMl -r T .f.Ml n xj-k
for opening letter addressed to her. He
j""- " uoDiroee oi uarper
theatre has received
full account of the affair.
The beautiful an J attr.rii. .m t.,j..
Of Mr. C V. Rvaa m.w n. k . I .
the window of the American Expre office
where it has been changed from the Unit
ed State office. Ticket will be sold at
MarsbslI & Fisher', at Winter' Palace,
uie Bijou ana at i'ark restaurant
There will be no pony show or goods
sold at coat or below cost at Blrkenfeld's.
tenner aoes ne intend to give free tick
ets if people buy a dollar's worth or
twenty-five dollar's worth of goods, but
he invites the nuhlks in mmti in
ine his stock of goods, and they can find
. L. . .1 . . 1 . ...
can ouy a aoiiar a worth or goods
90 per cent leas than anv other niece In
Ts Tha Porcsaeiag Pss.'
Purl lea viaitlna- n.tninnrt a-a laali4
to make tbe Davenport ahoe eomoui'i
place their headquarter while waiting for
iuc sireei cars, ana wane were u you de
sire to see a nice line of footwear they
will take eieat Dleasure In ahowlna- tnn
their goods. -
A atyiish Overesat-A ia Ian.
All these thing can be found ia great
variety at our well know low price.
BlatOBT A BOSIXTatLDKB .
Tbe tov and confaniinn-r flram oV W
Trefs & Co.. on Fourth avenue near
Twenty-third street, have decided a a
feature of their holiday trad in kmiui
.ne purcnaser or each dollar worth
gooas wr.n a tree ticket on a lovely
doll wh cb may be seen oa exhibition
tbe store window. This i no lottery
scheme; mere!- a Christmas remem
brance to friends.
Half Kara Patmiu.
Clergymen desiring half fafe permits
over me HOCK island dt feorla Kallwat
for. 1891. should mall ratrannat innliix.
tion at once atdenot footnf TaniUik fit
It is especially desired that all application
uc rwccivau prior to amc ZOU.
a. Kocxwaxx. Ticket Agent.
We knock tbe persimmons out of sea
sauonai yarning, tie sure and get our
price on suits and overcoat.
f mow ft MOHKHVaXDKR.
Messrs. Hildebrandt ft Walnhnrmr
who have purchased the Rock Island Ice
uo outat began fluvering iceiiov
50.000 to loaaoo Veal eauu aecurlty,
in sums V fO aauV upward, at lowest
currentoat of Interest without com-
. " . aawaa, aHAaor
law. Rock Island. . . -
Bear ia mind wa do not null nVklnv
cream whea sold weather acta laad yoa
Caa get li la an nnantltv tm tka miL-i
weather. Remember Krell ft Math's aad
get the beat. - - -
It is dangerous to neglect catarrh, fol
it lead to bronchi lis and consumption.
uooa Brapanua cure catarrh la air
130.00 Hdaboerd at tS.OO natl CtS.CO
uMMuai at c.co at a. F. Ccrn.
Oyster at Krell KatV.
Faecy ladie' desks from t8.00 apwaros
H. F. Cordea.
Go to Holbrook'a. Davaanait far ear.
pern aad silk rartaiaa.
Boy your ! at H. F. Cordea awl
rw iuu per Mb
Teadarlohm. nara riha. iticrt aaa wr
laard, etc.. at Giloaora's pork house.
Jast renetved a ae line of parlor book
case at li. F. Corde.
8end your friend to Krsll h Math!
dish or caa of freak oysters.
Call aad ana tha fc -... kaJi
alts at Holbrook'a, Davenport
Parlor suites aad faacy chairs ot awry
deacriptloa at Holbrook'a, Davaaport
For rent a good aarvaa too hnoaav
ood cellar. Eoqiire at Coka Adler'a.
Ica cream always oa hand aad eervad
t U dUh an winter at Krell Math'.
A handsome Una nf wwtW
caMneto ioM received at Holbrook'a. Dav
'aaCV hanslB hall nvkl aaA f.--a
rocker at sstonUblng low price atH. F.
Aa elegant aaaartaaenl of dlalna laKtaa
cbatrs and hat racks at Holbrook'a, Da
For averv dollar' worth of goods you
buy of W. Trefs ft Co. yon gel a ticket oa
wat Buusome via nou.
For rubber stamps of kiada go to
Rock Island fUMB RnkKa ft Ian. a.
Work. 1714 Second a venae.
Would aot a fine pair of portiere aaak
laatiDS' InivMU-a aa a anll.. a4t
The Adam 83 Brady st Davaaport
Smyrna rrga, Moqoette rug, carpet.
w, lastly aad appropriate designs at
l-v . a CMa . . k
b Mania, a. a nraay st. uaveaport
rree A 93 Webster Origiaal UaabrUg
i I'lcuoaary wita every f so caaa par
aS at tha Adama. It I a Tirana ,lri
Z. B. McKowa sells hard wood la
length, cat or split; soft coal, ramp aad
aut, corner Fifteenth street aad First
avenue. Telephone 1IM.
When VOO want a nlna rtlah vf fraat
oyster step la to Krell ft Math's aad or
der them up la aay atyle.
10 percent discount sal oa sideboards
aad cupboard tbla week. Call aad get
your terms. Tbe Adams t2 Bradv at
The Crowa dining ball. No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue. I now readv tu fnmUh vnai
the beet meal ia the city for 95 ceata. A.
a. jooason, proprietor.
10 Der cent discount aaU nf lav vnnm
suits for the next thirty daya. Ton caa
afford to bay one at those price aad oa our
terms. Tbe Adam tiS Bradv at Daves.
Star of Bethlehem
aaver that niCr. m seasoa
rhai taa world laoa saora
Uaa It U1 ro)uioa
Barring a raw dlatoa
taatad aad kadlr-traaud la.
dlaaa cha eoaBtry Is at paaca aad aa
Jor a proapaiilr tkat araa .ck a auala a
lha lau gaaeral alecitaa caaaai
CAUSE FOR JOY
ataf ba abBtutas.tr foaad ia this eeadltiao aad II
la full of
JOT FOR YOU.
W hop at laaat
bare la trtrf opportna
It; for pa to aiaka oUmub batf
and O. O. Taylor ha W parUnlarlr
actlfa in aaeariaa a apkdM
stock of )o.-fiTrs. J bay
. ara aaw
AND YOUR FRIENDS
wtU U dallchtad
with aa salacilua roo Bar
bub from ibts grau Mock. Oosna
aarlf aad ba. oar aatoc
thns raaarraa at
Sat. less aa4 1T1 Saoecd aTsasa.
Call and see Those Fine
Ta-a Cat Load.. Trrj cWaa, at
lilfl. Wt aad ISlt Tblrd Avaaac.
2903 FOURTH AYE..
Opaualia tha Catbulk ctarra, has a fall '
Christmas Candles. Toys,
al avarr daacslptlaa, cttif.
Christmas Trees, Decora
The Little Jewel
HAVE YOU SEEN IT I
If yon want a lamp of aay kind. It
will pay yoa to see what I have. Tt
range la price is from 13 ceata p. aad
tba variety and atyla la just as great.
. - . Looaur,
Cataa a oiaaa,
Obb aa a btuoaa ataaf tba sjn k aa
IlBaws. Ifiaiia, Pi iwaaaai, laasi alaf
aaaaa. Iff la tbaaaaaka. WhiiatSilraiBii
VBBUB tba.liBilila. I IWBilMBI.aiatai lle
araas all dsaardanai lb.liaa. b xlaiiiaiatlaa
oad aaxahia Ibob iab 1 If r a Bill
"SBBl f-B aa a -w
Bra. mmtf u , taaai a-m Sb4 taaa. htU. auUiaata.
bblasBaaBrBaBthaaiaT na M bav
fckshBaaf aaavaaylvas thai haa
a pwltisl. OaviiUstast
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CLEMAM & SALZUA1JII.
What Would be a Useful Christmas Present
CLEr.iAun & sALzannn.
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 128 and 153 Sixteenth 8tret,
BOCK TULA BP.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
-Removed to 219 Serenteenih Street
TO REDUCE STOCK
A Chance You Can't Afford to Hiss, i
Ws are oJTerlr ujiprscsvleated ralues la
Inclodlng all or our magnificent assortment or choice
Hats and Bonnets
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
MRS. P. GREEN Al'JALT
1704 SECOND AVENUE.
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Rock Island Savings Bank,
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A Ladies UViticg Dehk.
A Ladies' Bookcase.
A Ladies' Music cabinet.
A Fine Sideboard.
A Fine Centre Table.
A Fancy chair.
A Fate Rocker.
And many other nice and use
MARKET E QUAKE.
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