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JAHNS & BERTELSEN,
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Tixwarb Akd Hotrsic
1612 SECOND AVENUE.
Jioko or Cat Basket, all sizes.
New style of baskets opened each
Something new in Doll Hammocks.
All the latest Games.
Lamp, all kinds.
China and Glassware.
We will place on sale Tliur.lty the
flar.it line of Plush Uixulsevar brought to
iIik cit, and to bo sold at loss than
uunufticlutera' prices. Come and get
our prices before purchasing anything in
tbe Holiday line.
A. J. SMITH & SON,
Holiday Goods in
DRAPERY, GRILLE WORK
A. J. SMITH & SON,
123 and 127 West Third Street, Opp. Masonic Temple, DAVENPORT.
WALL PAPER COMPANY-
312, 314 Twentieth St,
And Postoffice Block, Moline.
FINE WALL, PAPER Exrlnslve arenls
factories: Hi rye you, Jaiiflway A Co.. Robert 8.
York Wall Paper Co., and Kobert Grave Co.
8KB "UK SPBCIALS-Whirh Included all tbe
below other dealer.
Howard Watches, Imported Watches,
H. D. FOLSOEI.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Syrupy
Acts quickly, is perfectly safe and never fails to cure all Long troubles.
TRY IT. 10c, 25c and 50c Bottles.
Medicine known for all Kidney, tnog and Stomach tronblea. la . -
6c s Bottle Samples free.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL,
Popular 12mo Bouks 25c.
- We also have a complete line of padded
A't Booklets from 5c up.
Albums by the 100 and at prices which
can't be equaled.
Etchings and Frames, just the thing
for Xrass. Watch us for bargains this
1705 Second Avenue-
Branch Store 400. 15th St.. Moline.
for the following lx largest Wall Paper
Hubba A oo.. Nerina Hariland, Kea
Art papers. Prices from 10 to SO per cent
and Liver Pills.
jmi m ' tT
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PIONEERS PASS AWAY.
Two of the County's old dime Res
Gdaam HiitMer.rcW mm niraaa
Walker. efCiaM Creek-Blacrapk-leal
Edmund Hollister one of Dioneers
of Rock Island county died m his farm
in coe, a mile above Port BTron at 11
o'clock last BiRht, from the . nflrmities of
old sge. Mr. Hollister bad xen reaU
dent of Rock Island county since 1887.
He was born Dec. 28. 1807, in Glaston
bury. Conn., and was broagb . up on a farm
and educated in the commds schools of
Washington county, New Tork, where
bis parents moved when is was oulte
young. He was mariied Jss. 11.1833 to
Hiss Emma L. Hall. Tbe couple with
their children came' to this county as
stated in 1837, traveling vis the Erie Ca
nal and Lkes to Chago, where
Mr. Hollister left his family end
cams on foot to Rock Island. After he
had gotten settled in Coe township he re.
turned with a yoke of o-n to Chicago
and brought his wife and children back.
t or six months tbe family lived in a log
cabin on Mr. Holiisur's olnim. Subse
quently he bought a saw n ill in the vicin
ity, built a comfortable bone near it and
for sixteen years was in tt s business of
manufacturing and selliu lumber. In
1854 he sold out and purcl seed a farm of
212 acres near Port Byron and there he
has since resided, devot ins; himself to
farmisg from which be hi A accumulated
a goodly share of this world's goods. . :
He was always a atau ich republican
after tbe formation of thai, party and had
served in his township as icbool director.
He leaves with his widow, the follow
ing children: Albert F., of Coe, Ed
mund N, of Port Byron, ' Mrs. Lucy C.
Coe of Port Byron and iSmma at home.
The funeral will be held Monday morn
ing at 10 o'clock from tht residence of tbe
deceased in Coe township.
Hiram W alker, another of tbe county's
early sei tiers, died at bis home in Canoe
Creek yesterday morning at 10:80. He
was 83 years of age and had res Id d in
the township in which he died forty years.
About six weeks so M r. Walker sus
tained a severe injury from a fall while
walking about on his farm, fracturing a
rib, and being of mdvancnl years he never
recovered from the effec of the shock.
He had always been an industrious and
well to do farmer. Politically he was an
unswerving democrat- Bis wife survives
him with the following children: James
in Zuma, Marlon in Iowa, George in
Joslyn, Mrs. FeaBter in Nebraska. Mrs.
Matthews and Mrs. Fill en in Zuma and
Mrs. Alsbro in Port By -on. Samuel, the
oldest son, died in Visconsia the dsv
before the demise of hit father.
The funeral will be ield tomorrow at
noon from the residence in Canoe Creek.
The fee viva I leeeUa.
Thefcxercises at the C intra! Presbyterian
church last night began with a song ser
yice. Mr. Clark sat g as a solo, the
hymn "Eternity" iq a most excellent
and impressive manner. Rev. D. F.
Carnahan led in prayer. After another
hymn or two Mr.. BUii read from Mark
X. the story of blind .'Ssrtimaeus. which
formed the subject of one of tbe most
effective sermons that has vet been
preached. The condition of the poor
blind beggar, his resolution to apply to
Jesus for help, and hi i seizing bis oppors
tunity snd crying to Jesns as he passed
by, "Jesus, thou soi of Dsvid. have
mercy on me, "was grs phically pictured as
representing the cond lion of all unsaved
souls, and tbe manner in which they ought
to act. That tbe trui h had brought con
viction was evident i i the after meeting
when a great many e (pressed a desire to
become christians and eighteen signed
cards accepting Chri it as their Saviour
and pledging tliemsel ves to load a chris
tian life. Something like seventy-five
persons have signed these cards daring
the week. ,
There will be no meeting this evening,
but tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock there
will be in the Centra Presbyterian church
a meeting for jounp people between the
ages of 14 and 35 years. Admission to
this meeting will be by ticket. All who
wish to go must procure a ticket. Tickets
can be had (fornothi ng) from the pastors.
Sunday school superintendents and chris
At 7:80 Sabbath evening there will be
a meeting for all. .is soon as the Centra
Presbyterian chnrck is full, the United
Presbyterian cbnrcli will be thrown open
for an overflow meeting. Rev. G. W.
Que and others will be there to address
the people. It is requested that a few
singers from the otbor churches be present
to asnst in the singing.
Fine Candies at IL & M's.
Go to Holbrook'i, Davenport, for car
pets and silk curtains. '
Nice baled bay f jr sale by John Evans.
Leave orders at cit r scales.
Tenderloin, spars ribs, pig's feet, leaf
leant, etc., at Gilo ore's pork house.
Call and see the hand-carved bed room
suites at Holbrook s, Davenport.
Receiving new goods every dsy and
sold at low prices it H. F. Cordes'.
Christmas trees snd tree ornamenls, a
lovely assortment, at Krell & Math's.
Parlor suites an 1 fancy chairs of every
description at Ho! brook's, Davenport.
If you want strctly fresh and reliable
candies go to Ere 1 & Math's palace of
An elegant asst rtment of dining tables,
chairs and hat rac ks at Holbrook's, Dav
For rubber st aiaps of all kinds go to
the Rock Island Steam Rubber Stamp
Works, 1714 Second avenue.
Smyrna rugs, Moquctte rugs, carpets,
new, taslly and appropriate designs at
The Adams822 Brady st Davenport.
Free A t5 Wei tor's Original Unabridg
ed Dictionary wl ih every 30 cash pur
chase at the Ads ms, 822 Brady Street,
Davenport. . , .; i : .
Our stock of holiday goods is more
varied than ever . Don't miss looking it
over. The Adams, 832 Brady street
Fancy plush i ackers, parlor suit, Wil
ton rug couchei , inake desirable Christ
mas gifts, at Tb ) Adams, 823 Brady street
Latest novelli es in lamps, albums, wall
pockets, clock t, ornament, pictures,
easels, at The Adams. 822 Brady street
Davenport. : '
The Crown t srtaurant. No. 1708 Sees
ond avenue, is low ready to furnish yon
oysters In everj style. A. B. Johnson,
E. B. McKota. eslls herd wood in
lengths, cut or split; soft Coal, lamp and
nut. corner Fl teenth street ncFiist UBpieasant as well as
avenue. Telejhoae 1188. 1 V-Xcr...r, Balm is sale, p
The finest li v
TUP I,QCH ISLAXTD AT,aU3, OATUItDA V,
WflERE IS THE FAULT!
Is the ttayor tbe Cause of the Hi
The Caaaeire Atttcaee . the laa.
' ptwvesaea AeaeeMttearts at,
the FiImi OeaeraJ Mla-
rewiwMwtftttee. - - .
If the Union could under say circum
stances be taken as-errecily re presenting
the intent of the Rock Jalsnd city coun
cil or any other representative body, legis
lative or otherwise, it would place the
council before the public ih a manner not
calculated to win favor, aa regards the
reasons which actuated its course ia ig
noring the petition of the Rock Island
Citiiens' Improvement, association and
adopting the resolutions of Kennedy,
McConocbie et al. The Union holds that
the council deliberately refused to con
sider tbe suggestion of tbe Improvement
association simply becauas it was not
presented to them in tbe proper way,
carrying the Inference that the municipal
body considered Improvement association
as transcending its powers and dictating
to the counc.l. Tbe assertion is one thst
reflects with equal weight upon the Im
provement association and the common
council ; it accuses the Improvement as
ociation, composed of a sensible and pol
itic body of men, of acting unwise and in
discret and it lays at the doer of the
council a childish act -that the Abgus
does not believe any member thereof would
like to plead guilty to. The Union as
serts that tbe Imcrovement association
resolutions fell flat before the council,
and seeing this Aid. Kennedy wrote out
his resolutions and presented them and
that the council adopted them unani
mously. According to this view of the
case the Sixth ward alderman is a remark
able man. and displayed a Back of getting
up a lengthy document with a spirit of
rapidity never before displayed bj human
The plain truth of the case is thst Aid.
Kennedy drew his resolutions from his
pocket. They were written by the mayor
and without Intentional reflection on the
city executive's cbirography. tbe alder
man stumbled several times in reading
the same. Furthermore the council did
not, the Abacs is convinced, intend to
assume to refuse to consider the Improve
ment association's resolutions. The coun
cil is supposed to represent the wishes
of the tax payers and to at least give them
respectful consideration. Tbe aldermen
are not autocrats and there are none ia
the Rock Island council who will appre
ciate tbe Ua' way of terming them as
such. The Improvement association or any
other body of tax payers have a right to
suggest to the council just as was done
n this instance, and if the aldermen were
prejudiced it was because the situation
was incorrectly represented to them in ad
vance. Tbe council and tbe Improve
ment association have always worked to
gether in bsrmony for tbe city's best in
terests and it Is hoped they will continue
to do so.
The mayor was present at the Improve
ment association meeting the night the
resolutions were adopted, and it was upon
his suggestion and assurance - that tbe
council would co-operate in the plan ex
pressed, that tbey were adopted. Yet at
the meeting of the council be sat meek
as a lamb and offered no explanation.
Either the mayor did eot know what he
was talking about at the Improvement
association meeting or a great change was
wrought in his views after tbe meeting
of the Improvement association. Tbe
latter seems strangely the case.
Al the Second Baptist church, service
at 11 a. m. and 7 JO p. m. Rev. Dudley
of Monmouth afflci.Uog. Banday school
at 2:80 p. m.
At tbe Central Presbyterian church
the usual services in the morning, preach
ing by tbe pastor, tbe Rev. J no. iL Kerr.
Subject: "The Purpose of the First Ad
vent of Christ." Sundsy school at 9:80 a.
At tbe Broadway Preshyterian church
the Rev. W. S. Marquis, pastor, will
preach at 10.49 a. m. a Christmas sermon.
In the evening tbe congregation will
unite in tbe revival services at the Cen
tral Presbyterian. Sunday school at 9:10
a- m. Young People's meeting at 0 p m.
At Trinity church. Rev. R. F. Sweet,
rector. Tomorrow, the fourth Sundsy in
Advent, services at 10:45 a. m., 12
m. and 7 p. m. At the chapel at 2:30 p.
m. On Cbristmaa eve. at 11:8 J p. m.
aad midnight. On Cbrlsmas day at 10 a.
m. and 7:80 p. m.
At the Christian church, services at
10:45 a. m. and 7-.S0 p. m. conducted by
the Evangelist T. Boyer. Evening
subject: "Heaven and Hell, what are
tbey, where are tbey, and how to get
there." . Sunday school at 8:15 a. m.
Young people's meeting at 6:80 p. m.
At tbe First M. E. church, preaching
at 10:45 a. m. by the Rev. Mr. Storey of
the Wesleyan Methodist church. Afternoon
and evening this congregation will join
in tbe union revival meeting at the Cen
tral Presbyterian church. Sunday school
9:15 a. m. J. F. Rebinson superintend
ent. At the United Presbyterisn church,
preaching at 10:45 a. m. by the pastor.
Sunday school 8:80 a. m. Young peo
ple's meeting at 6:80 p. m. In tbe evening
an overflow meeting from tbe union re
viyal meeting conducted by Mr. Bliss in
the Central Presbyterian church, should
the crowd be too great to he aecommo
dated at the Central. ' . -
At the First Baptist church, preach
ing at 10:45 a. m. by tbe pastor. Sub
ject: "Bethlehem and Its Lesson. Sun
day school at 8:80 a. m., J. W. Welch,
superintendent. Sunday school at tbe
Forty-fourth street chapel at S p. m., C
L.. Williams, superintendent. Preaching
at the chapel at 7 p. m. by Charles T.
Lley tiawarv's Heueay Bui ef tare
This Arm shows almost every article
for gentlemen's ate. The variety of
each class is so large as to enable ail to
make satisfactory selections. Tbe fol
lowing are always appropriate aad
rascr Mslit Shirts,
Bilk Handkerchief, '
Eatbt'd MaM Skina,
Foil Dress Shirts.
Fail Dress Vests. .
Fall Dress Meek wear.
Fell brass Jewelry,
. Fall Drees Shirt Protectors.
We Take tfc
Kinga make a good hand, four aces
are better. We hold four of them. First,
the fl neat band made crayons; second, the
finest hand made pastels, third, the
very finest and most artistic photographs
and fourth, the finest picture of them
all. the phot porceiaia.
We take tbe lead in toem an and our
work proves it. Yoo will do wall to call
as both pictures and prices will suit you
Hukboiokb Baoa. Davenport.
Pain and dread attend the use of most
catarrh remedies. Liquids and snuff are
"i Balm is sate, pleasant, easily sp
V to the BostrUa, aad a sore cure.
VJ,' e tb ! r--je'-- tad keals
CITY CHAT. ...
Beaver and seal muffs, at Bennett's.
8eal and astrechea capes, at Bee sett's
George Eliot 8 large vols 48c, al Cramp-
Chatterbox Javenile only 85c- Cramp
ttncieg school at Armory hall Satur
McCauly's England 6 vale on'y 91.50.
at Cramp ton's.
Crsmpton is doing the holiday business
of tbe city.
Unique designs in frames at Huebing-
er s, Davecport.
Art at Hoeblngcr's 11 West Second
street. Davenport. ...
For a nice parlor mirror go to Ktna
12 ma cloth ever 100 titles 253 vol
Bargain, at Crampton's. -
Besutiful hand painted placq lea at
The place for Christmas goods in gloves
and mitts is at Bennett's.
A good girl wanted for general house
work at 1114 Second avenue.
For the nicest line of fancy rockers
call at Kana Hockstaedi's.
One hundred cents worth of furaituie
for 1, at Kana ft Huckstaedt's.
Statuary of all kinda at Huebingei's
118 Weet Second street, Davenport.
Remember that Kann ft Huckstaedt's
sre the leaders la low prices and styles.
Art novelties of all kinds at Heubing
et's. 111 W. Second street, Davenport.
The largest assortment of Xmaa cards
are to be found at nuebinger's, Daven
Mr. R. D. McCreery. of Rural, was in
the city yesterday, and dined with Sheriff
Moline has secured a new spring fact
ory which will employ a large number of
Clemana ft Salxmaaa have justrrceived
some very alee designs in Idies' writing
For all kinds of art and art materials
go to Hueblcger's, 118 W. Second street.
Go to Hoelinger's for the finest work
in the photograph line 119 W. Second
When you are oa West Second street.
Davenport, look at the aew art novelties
ia Huebiagere windows.
Dont forget that Miss W. Petersen U
selling oar. Bay yoar Christmas pres
ents there lower thaa coat.
New sideboards, hat racks, center tab
les, ladies' desks, cabinet desks and book
cases at Ksnn ft Huckstaedt's.
Commencing tonight the United States
express office will be open every night
until 8 o'clock until after Christmas.
Mrs. Henry 8. Fraser and Master Phil
M. Watson of Xndlanopolis have arrived
to spend the holidays la Rock Island.
The greatest variety ef dining Utiles
and sideboards ever shewn in tbe city just
received, at Clemana ft Salzmann'e.
Edward W. Russell, of Chicago, attor
ney for the Holmes syndicate was In the
dty yesterdsy in consultation with Col.
If you have no idea what you want to
buy for presents call at Crampton's, tell
them what yoo want and we can surely
fit yoo out.
Exquisite copies of tbe greatest paint
ing can be secured at Hucbinger'a West
Second street art store 1)8 is tbe num.
i 112 is the price for a fine overcoat.
sold bv two priced concerns at tl4 25.
Both coat and price to prove it at Simon
Album of Davenport Newt 25 views
in an elegant binding, only fifty cents, at
Hnebimrer's gallery, Daven port, and
every book store.
ill buys a fine Keney evercoat al Si
mon ft Mo:enfelter's which is sold else
where at a bargain at flS.50. Both coat
and price to prove It.
$8 80 buys a fine all-wool K raey over
coat, soia eisswirere as a scoop sale at
f 18 25. Both coat and price to prove it
at Btmoa ft Mosenfelder'a.
94 so pays a nice chinchilla ulster, at
Simon & Mosenfelder'a shown up else
where as a wonderful bargain at f 5.25.
Both coat and price to prove it.
Two full sired E nersoa pianoe but
little used will be sold at great bargains
for Christmas. Will aell on easy pay
ments if desired. Call early at Bowlby'a
' Over one hundred different patterns of
hand embroidered piano scarfs are retail
ing at wholesale prices at Bowlby's for
Christmaa. Call and examine lbs elegant
xue oniy piace wnere yoa can nnd a
floe collection of Catholic books, such as
prayer books, holy pictures, reeariea. etc..
is at nuebinger's Art Gallery, 118 West
Second street, Davenport.
Give your friend a fine photograph of
yourself for a holiday present Of course
you waat the beat work and tbe place to
get it Is at Huebinger ' 118 W. Second
street gallery Davenport.
Cramp ton, always with a choice stock,
this year displays a richer aad more com
plete stock than ever before. In fact it
Is the finest ia the three cities, and prices
will suit everybody. Please call early.
A full line of guitars, banjos, violins,
flutes, accordions, drums, cornets, har
monicas, autoharps and clarionets al
Bowlby's. All of these are suitable for
Cbristmss. Prices slwsys below compet
' The Stone directory company has tbe
Rock Island portion of the forthcoming
edition ready for press, but Mr. Stone It
forms the Aaecs it is not too late to mat a
changes or additions if he is Botiflcd at
. Have you aeon those elegant satin hand
printed novelties in photograph eases la
tbewiadows of Huebinger, the 8ecocd
street art dealer. Davenport. They are
beautiful aad are givea away with a
Huebinger, the art dealer at 118 West
Second street, Daveaport, has this week
received tome of the pieces of art work,
pictures aad statuary ever ahowa ia
Daveaport. Connoisseurs pronounce
thesa very lino indeed.
Have yoa seen the elegant stock of
OhrUtmas piaaos at Bowlby's? Tbey are
fiaisbed ia rosewood, mahogany, French
Walaut, satiawood aad aatiqua oak. Cal1
aad as thesa. Prices the aaate as at the
factory la Chicago. Bay of the ssaaa
factnrera aad save money.
- Agent Plumraer of the Rock Isles d
road has notice that oa Dec. 24 aad 25
aad from Jan. 1 to 8. the Bock Isles d
road will sell tickets to all points oa Su
lines withla a distance of 100 miles at
the rate of a fare and a third for the round
trip, time of re turning limited to Jan. 5.
of yourself. Haebiagrr does the finest
work la that lias, and he Is how
giving am ay with every dotea of plctares
a fine satin, hand-painted photograph
cess. It is a besutiful present 118
West Second street, Ds ves port.
The poles are being erected along
Second avenue for the over-bead ap
paratus to be need la coaaectioa with the
electric railway equipment. Ia a few ia
siaaces objections has beea raised to the
proposed location of ths poles aad ia each
case where a satisfactory charge could be
made It has beea done. Only so many
poles ss are accessary la coaaectioa with
those already established for electrical
purposes are being placed.
There are a few second hand pianos
and organs, jutt as good as aew, which it
is proposed to sell between bow and Jan.
1, at prices to suit the purchaser. Call
and see them at Bowlby's. and if they
have anything that suits you, they guar
antee to make the price to suit you ot no
sale. They propose to get rid of all this
kind of stock regardless of cost Now ia
tbe time for geaaine bargains. Call early.
Huebinger Brothers laid ia this season
a most complete and i labor ate stock of
etchings, water colors, oil paintings, vsses.
brie a brae, etc., for the holiday trade-
end now finding that they have oa hand
altogether too large a stock to dispose of
as they intended, snd not wishing to carry
these fine goods over until next season .
tbey are offeiing these fine art goods snd
holidsy brio a brae at coat price. Thus
tbey present to the public opportunities
to purchase goods at lower prices tbaa
ever before, aa by parchaaiag soch a large
stock the? secured the loweet possible
prices. If you enjoy looking at hand
some roods their store is the place for
yoo, 118 West Second street, Daveaport.
"Where We ScaaS."
t500 reward riven to Sr. Lake's Ho .
pi is I, for any instance where we bare
ocen lounu Deviating in prion, f iuu re
ward given to tbe Industrial Home Society
where we have beea found to snake aa
untrnthfal statement either ia at-llinf
goods or ia an advertisement.
Mmov a. MosasFKLDxa
HaiMar KaearMM Raiew. '
The Kork Island ft Peoria railway will
sell excursion tickets at one and one-third
fare for the round trip oa account of
Christmas and New Year's holidays.
Tickets on sale Dec. 24ih, 25 Ih aad 81st
and Jaa. 1. 1891. Good for retara until
and including Jaa. 5th. Depot foot of
Twentieth street F.H. RocawxtL,
Having used Dr. Bull's Cough 8yru'p
for tbe last few days, to my gratifies. lion
I find It did me a great deal of good. I
had a very severe cold which it cured ia
a very few days. C. C. Robxetsoh.
139 Maia street. Lynchburg. Vs.
Messrs. Hildebraodt ft Weinberger,
who have purchased the Rock Island Ice
Cos outfit, began delivering lea Nov.
Ladies' parlor desks, book cases, ca bi
ne u, music cabinets. fncy dining tables,
centre tables, all make lasting im pre salons
as holidsy girts. Tbe Adams. 822 Brady
The right way to care catarrh la to
eradicate the poisonous taint whieb
causes the diocese, by taking Hood's Sar
A handsome lies of book cases aad
cabinets just received at Holbrook's, Dsv
A believer in signs should be cured of
his superstition when he enters tbe dime
Star of Bethlehem
never shoo oa a CkHtna sessna
where tae arldrr)otce man
than U will rejoin
Barrier a few 4i
tented sad taartlr-tneif 1.
diaa tee coeetrr t aa peace aad ea
jora a proeperlir that eren a a strata as
tbe Ule g-eaeral electiea caaaol
CAUSE FOR JOY
mar be asjida&t) foaad la this condition aad it
Is full of
JOY FOR YOU.
We hope at Wast
there Is ever opportnn
- ity for ron to nuke oaane knew
aad O. C. Tarlor has keen neruceiarly
rtlre In stearins a apieadle
stock ofiof-ftrers. Thejr
AND YOUR FRIENDS
win be dfllfhte -with
any selection roe may
make from tht crew stock. Conae
early aad bare rear elec
tion reserved at
C. C. TAYLOR'S,
Nan. 16ST. sad 171S Second nvense.
Call and see Those Fine
Two Car Load, rrry rbraa. at
MIO, Kit and 111 Third Arras.
The Little Jewel
HAVE YOU SEEN IT !
If yoa want a lamp of aay kiad. it
will nay yoa to see whet I have. The
range la prioe is from 18 coats up, aad
the Variety and style is just as great,
Causa aaa OLeaa,
If on have amide as roar rrrad jt an
Hood's araarrt!k.doaot be lad aeeaks take
aay nther. tlooaa ftirsarartna Is a aeeaUaf
edlciae . pnaeraOns. fry rlrtoe M nssaiallM
combination, pwayuttloa. an4 StitiaiaUna.
ewratrre power soprrlor to say uiber arrvtr.
A Boston lady aba knew arbat bus waatea.
aboss example Is worthy Ivsutloa. trial
her expertcaee below i
la an store where 1 aaatabty Boners
0arsnar the elrrk trW le Mn nae bey
Biclr own htMd o." Hood's; be told tartrt
rntmlS lost looeer; that I atiebt take K oe tea
Jays' trial; thai If I did not Ilk at I aera net
pay aortblnc etc. Cot be caald act a ag
aa m to efcaar. 1 loM Mas t knew what
Rand s BaraaparilU was. I bad takes K. was
aatUaed auk H, and aid not want acy rhea.
TOtea I brraa taktag Hood's BareapariCs
I was feeUng real sMsevaale. auSrrms
a rre-t aVal with dyaprpaU. aad aa wash
tht at times I eoJd hardly nUad. 1 looked,
aDd had for sosae Usm, Uks a aerson la eea
swr!oa. llood-a aaraapartlia aid me sa
amck road that I woaorr at a elf saaaeuana,
ajd mj frtrads frwjoratry speak of H." 3faa
Ella . Go ct Terrace Street, Beetoav
t4 Vr n drmxrM. fl; staler fa. Prepared eah
IOO Doses One Dollar
The holiday aaasoa tirodi
where a revival of interest la hooka. For
there are no other gifts so reaeral'y ap
precis led aone more varied la adapts
tica. or OBorn pleasing to the red plea la
Tbey coma aa a friend, a counsellor, a
keepsake, a source of eatenaiasseat. a
mine of knowledge. -Is the highest
civilisation" ssys Emersta, the book w
still tbe highest delight"
B. CRAMPTON ft Co ,
The extensive booksellers aad stationers
of Rock Island have provided for this
season s trade aa unusually large aad at
tractive coUectioa of books rt varioas
publishers of tba country. The public
generally era cordially invited to visit the
store: Seveaieea-tweaiv-sevea Second
avenue, to inspect the stock aad leera the
Of Irving, Dickens. Tbackery. Bolwer.
Raskin, Ueonre E.uott Semeel Seeders.
Hawthorne. Shakespeare. Gaeyot, Hume,
Meceulay, Oibbna. Oreea's England. Baa
croft Preecott. Raslinsoa ia cloth aad
A BARGAIN .
We offer until attar the holidays: Tbe
Cnxloa lSmoa. which i Delude over oaa
hundred different alike of famooa books.
p inted oa good paper aad handsomely
bound ia crape cloth, price only 25c,
worth ?Sc, also the favorite pocket dic
tionary only 10c.
Historians, novelists, ia seis ee4 eepa
rate volusaes; various oditioas aad Died
la morocco, ivory aad floe calf binding
&0 cents and a pw arils.
MAGNIFICENT NEW ART BOOKs.
Among then are the 8aloa for 1S80L
The Eber Gallery. Nature aad Art Song
or the Kiver. oraaioa, Recent ogliaa
Art, Nicbt Bong. Under Bioe Sky. Laiah
Koob, forms ol 1'aasma. Hilton s Para.
diss Lost Palestine. Africa, La Foelaine'a
Fable, aad maav oUmts ranging la Drice
from tlU to 1S.
JUVENILE AND TOY BOOKS.
A superb line to suit all ages at bed
rock prices. Books as large aa the Chat
terbox for 80 la 23 cents. Lioca booas
with bright pictures.
LARGE FAMILY BIBLES .
Handsomer aad rheaner thaa foraaerle:
Oxford Teacheta Bibles ia all tbe Var
ious graoea. Ia this baa we have aa
Amt ncea rewml much cheaocr thaa the
PRAYER AND HYMNALS
la sets large print, lata edition.
CATHOLIC PRAYER BOOKS
A very desirable aaeortmrat for old
aad young S3 cent to five dollars each.
TttX NEW WEBSTER IXTERNA
Which has beea la prrprsratloa for tea
years, a grand work.
Also the cheep edition. PhotecTaph.
dictioaary aad aatapraph holders, a! bunas
and wide reaps ia style aad price.
writing deak la seal morroco aad plash.
Collars aad caff bnsee, coab aad brash
acts from $1 60 to f-3. asiokieg sets,
drrasiat: caeca, work boxes, fancy broom
Booklets sad Xmas cards oaa cents to
FINE LEATHER GOODS
Poket Books for ladies, ffetli aad child
drea, card cases, photograph hqLJtra, d
roaeieia pens, gold ias aad Mania.
New gaaaea, blocks, pafierrica, iieorated
aad piala, all grates.
Aad baaketa, haadaoena aew Itaa.
There Is ao ead of hnadsomaly.
E'CkiokS. engraving', aalerooWs, Ac.
Pictures framed to urjee from hsw sty b?
Aad views wa have aooaethiaa- were Am.
ctaeaiy aew ajaencaa aad lorruca vww
Doopce raaga rrom zo to f l .
Such as rocking horses. Velocipedes.
esprees wagoaa, doll pcrasabulaVora, Ac
1 be met popular toy of the seisaa Is
the New UanaWse Puiol with vacuaas
rubber tipped arrow aad Urget, frJc ta
broete, Vic la aickel.
Don't Mistake the
Begin their Holiday Bala of LadSee.
Owats aad Children's Hejadkerchiefs
Wa show the largest opea stock la the
city, ere liing dlspUyad la fall vtear.
from the cbeepast to the beat grade.
Bay aarlj white the aasoreat Is eosa
pleta. Ladles' aad Chndrwas ooTd bordare 1 e
Ladiea' colored borders-.- - Be
Geau large alaa eord adga S
uaitr wuw ktmmsd rUchsd -.6
Ladias' aU Unaa. eV.e.7 aad Be
Imitatioa Japeaewe &e
Gants' colored bordare, largo sixes,
S. 10 aad lScwate.
Great variety of Ladias. Gwate' aad
cnudrans ta better arradaa.
Ladles aad Genu' initial, an liar a. 25c
Articles of atiUty are balnar more
and asore eoaaht aftar for
Wa keep aochiaa bat Drr Goods-
aoToya. Wacaaaerra yoa wall tbaae
Hock loland. Illinois.
What Would be a Useful Chris'mas Present
CLEMAnn & snLZunnn,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos, 128 aad 128 8lxtenth Strst,
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
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No. 1111 aad IMI rWe4 awaar.
ia LSr a etjUe ead artcea t
OIL CLOTHS, SHADES, DHAPEET, Etc.
The Laigest Line
Wa are exclocire agents for tla
Eo,aipotae araists. Tbeaa araiata- are
aadorsed by Jeaaaea hUIier. aad rra
considered the moat per text tt z
vrairt ever offerwd to the ubUc, V-
also sail las f olltrwlng poplar tsdavU
r e Ha
ray ar r. c .
I aad lea mm
A Ladies' Writing Dt.
A Ladles BcokcA.
A Ladles Matlc rabineL
A Floe Sideboard.
A Fine Ontra Table, r
A Fancj chair.
A Fane Rocker.
And man j other nico and ue
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X "Ir--t.t-. -j rt as
Too fcleB7r?!s ssotlL-j nv
ttt) rh Avsaua,
Hll faccad Avrarae,
, rrr t:-y r-m a r : s
r levtias tlvi