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Biny books, too many handkerchiefs, too
ojren i " - " uvvmsement for this weak, bot r.t
,t pass without suggesting to their friends that th7 har. to.
SiiV of holiday goods In the Northwest Beginning wlto Monday tt"
DJ7. -..h nrloes rleht and left Tv nt Qiy' a-they
I to apply ! 10 r Profits, and to disregard ue uauaj S2S2f
JhoU. in general. Now is your opportunity. OnMonday ?m V S
Ssy prices will be outright throngh the middle, ethers evea "ore "th.!. I"
0.rter or n third off. outers a
Here Is One
Son.l..rm. eent to H frd lu.te.d of Rock Inland. Wdh7re Two ww i1..,'.r0m Bo,
,d tiu-m hre etr.ly night. WW .0.11 we & wlta them? Whi? u. ! tn"? '""
them- Von 1 let tr.ee (fo et any price and chrt; the Iom d In tK. -J L. Id. J00 do with
WiTkr That's pijcuwlywaatw. .hall do. W. Inviw ytoTh. barrel W staple
Colored brocdo silk handkerahiera fcir three day. at Prices Tica m mn a...
Wor, Com.; on, com. ll, line eome Int. flrat choice. P ,leh " Ton hT "eer kaowa
wnn u m ioujii ninoKerrmera we norma not fnreet tn ... .
t,,i,r,-neral line of oen. kerchief, erer place! ander one wmS S that we her, the
Sild-'. '' T and lrl. I nr ladiea and fir m a. bo m plain aad with tJ.I,Jih0- I0''
..broidered. with or wl.hout Initial, to .uit all taste Sor .ISwTli 7.5?! tf.- ." 'ched
,, ce ..ran a. eiaewber, throughout the houw. , we have loo man, ol then , ? t:?,L,,,,
Jonr frtn.l early a. poeelble. " "'"ay oi tneni. A me end bring
m- 71- 1718. I78Q and 1782 Rkcokd Avwtj..
Jioko or Cat Baskets, all sixes.
New style of batkeU opened each
Something new in Doll Hammocks.
All tUe latest Qamrs.
Lamps, all kinds.
China and Glassware.
We will plane on tale Thursday tbe
finest Hoe of Piusb Gitodsever brought to
ihecit), and to be sold at leaa than
manufacturers' prices. Come and get
our price before purchasing anything in
tbe Holiday line.
Copper-Smithing, Sheet Iron, Gas and
Steam Fitting, Also Sewer work.
BAKER & HOUSMAN,
Opposite Habpxb Hoosx.
4 Jk& nsKMf'm
Wrr."( J JI ail,, j ,V',7T..i
Howard Watches, Imported Watches,
H. D. FOLSOII.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Syrupy
AcUquickly, ii'perfectly sie and never falls to cure all Lung troubles.
TRY IT. 10c, 25o fend SOo BotUes.
Medicine kaowa tor aU Kidney, Lane and Stoaaach troahlea. la
Thomas' Kidney and Liver Pills.
6o a Battle 8amples free.
many vcnstmas cards, tan
many silk handkerchiefs too m
Popular IStno B x.ks 25o. ,
We also have a complete Hoe of padded
Booklets frm 5s up.
Albums by tbe 100 and at prices which
can't be cqoaled.
Etchings and Frames, jU9i tu8 tujng
for Xraas. Watch us for bargains this
1705 Second Avenue.
Branch Store 400. 15th St., Molina.
for the Celebrated
f aa Aged
A lariBK Vrlaae ameaeaefa !
rate Hear Vakle-T.. rfiMmn
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News comes from Cable of a most
darinn. dtl.berate. cleverly planned
and successful robberies wlicb oo
curred wiihm a mile . and a half
of the Mercer county vUla Satur
day night. Mr. and Mrs. Tfacsus Par
ker art an aged couple Hying on a farm.
Mr, Parker is an invalid, being a sufferer
rum paralysis complicated W: th kidney
(roubles tn(1 ta un,bie to moTe . He fcM
for years had the reputation of being of a
miserly disposition, hiardinj up his
money in bis bouse and havioj no con
fidence In bank. On this ac not he has
been known to have a goot deal of
money in bis house at all tiiaea. Par.
ket'a household consists of h mself, his
wtre and a sixteen year '. old boy
named Talbert Young who does' chores
aoom the place. Saturd ly night
at 10 o clock after the family lid retired,
Mr. Parker as was his custom sitting
upright in an easy cbair, it be tug imp:
sible owing to the nature of hi Inflrsilies
to rest comfortably iu a reclinii g position,
the door of the sitting room wis battered
In by the burglars, who enters 1 tbe room
in which the old gentleman Snt helpless.
Mrs. Parker who slept in as adjoining
room was aroused by tbe et try of the
burglars who walking passed t er husband
in apparent realization of hiii condition.
seized the o'd lady and dematded tbe lo
cation of tbe money. Mrs. Park .
nied that there was any ia the honae.
The burglars laughed at thi s assertion.
said they knew better and rea isettedtbeir
demand. She then cave then the keva u
bureau drawer which one- ransacked
while the other stood guard oyer
the two old people threatening to shoot the
flrat one that uttered a sound. Four hun
dred dollars was found in the bureau and
(be rascal who bad done tbe plundering
thereupon deliberately pullsd a large
black trunk from under the bed and after
attempting to open It with a t air of tonea
and breaking the same tried to break it
open. Failing in this they demanded
the keys of the old gentlems i who ssid
the boy. Young, had them up stairs. The
burglars compelled Mrs. Pa ker to call
the youth down. This sbe lid and the
(error-stricken boy declare i that Mr.
Parker had the kevs. The old gentle
men then surrendered the kt ys, and the
burglars had no trouble in b ilping them
eelves to fSOO, which awel ed tbe total
amount of their plunder to 1 1.000. Then
tying the bands of the old gentleman, aai
making fast Mrs. Parker ant: the boy and
arning all not to attempt to give an
alarm until morning .the scoundrels
stirred up tbe nre, told their vie
time to be comfortable and decamped.
It was 5 o'clock yesterday morning be
fore tbe alarm was given and tbe Cable
vigilant committee at once took the cara
in hand, and the secretary, If. S. Merry,
man was in Rock Island today, acquainting
Sheriff Gordon and Marshal Miller with
the facta. A reward of 1 300 is offered
for the apprehension of i he burglars.
They are described as folio s: One of the
men of average height and heavy, the
other tall and a trslght. Both wore dark
pantaloons and rubber coabi with capa and
masks of tbe same material. The burg
lars were familiar with the premises and
are supposed to either live in tbe neigh-
borhood or have received pointers from
people living in the neighb rhood.
Fine Candies at K. & M'n.
Go to Hoi brook's, Dave iport. for car.
pets and silk curtains.
Nice baled hay for aale hv John Et ana.
Leave orders at city scales.
A good girl wanted for general house
work at 1114 Second avenue.
Tenderloin, spare ribs, pur's feet, leaf
leard, etc., at Gilmore's p irk bouse.
Call and see the hand-e irved bed room
suites at Holbrook's. Davfuport.
Receiving new goods i very dsv and
sold at low prices at H. I'. Cordes'.
Christmas trees snd tret ornaments.
lovely assortment, at Kre'1 A Math's. a
Parlor suites and fancy chairs of every
description at Holbrook's Davenport.
If you want strictly fit tb and reliable
candies go to Erell & M ath's palace of
An elegant assortment of dining tables.
chairs and hat racks at Bolbrook'a, Daw
For rubber stamps of ill kinds sro to
tbe Rock Island ' Steam Rubber Stamp
Tvoras, ma oecona aveiue. ' .
Smyrna rrgs, Moquet rugs, carpets.
new, tastly and appropriate designs at
Tbe Adams. 822 Brady 1 1 Davenport.
The London's neckfear and muffler
department, is simply immense. Tbe
latest styles and largest variety to select
Free A 5 Webster's 0 riginal Unabridg
ed Dictionary with ever' 30 cash pur-
r.baae at tbe Adama, 328 Brady street,
Our stock of holida" goods is more
varied than ever. Don't miss looking it
over. The Adams, 822 Brady street
Fancy plush rockers, parlor suit, Wil
ton rue: couches, make desirable Christ
mas gifts, at Tbe Adam i, 322 Brady street
Latest novelties in lamps, albums, wall
pockets, , clocks, ornt ments, pictures.
easels, at The Adams, 822 Brady street
Tbe Crown reaUurat t. No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, is now res ly to famish you
oysters in every style. A. B. Johnson,
E. B. McEown sells hard wood la
lengths, cut or split; soft coal, lump and
nut, corner Fifteenth street and First
avenue. Telephone 1' 98. , ,
Tbe finest line of fancy baskets and
botes made especial!' for fine confec
tionery, and suitable f Christmas pres
ents, can be found atJIrell St Math's. .
Ladles parlor desk i, bookcases, cabi
nets, music cabinets, fancy dining tablet.
centre tables, all make lasting Impressions
as holiday gifts.- The Adams, 822 Brady
street Davenport. .
bauof -as ...;-r..-J V.
Customer Whst in tbe price of this
Proprietor pony sh w f 15,001
Customer,, to his wife Let's go, we
can do better elsewht re.
Proprietor pony sb w Hold on I We
forgot to mark doi n these .overcoats
You can have one at 111,001 -
Does the proprietor of the pony shew
want any proof? - JIo can get It from
Bimon & Moeeofeukra. .
Javalh J asks :
Price list for Tue lay morning at Mc
Cabe Bros. if.
Jack Frost series, Hisy's ChOdrea, etc ,
10c each., . --Evenings
with tfrSodsu" (large) 8c
"Laughing Eyes' (large) 12c .
Htory Land large I 12c
Chit Chat (very b rge) 14c
CXtroa peel at Young's.
Great drives at MoCabe Bros.
Catholic books at Cramp oVs.
Too many dolls at McCabi Bros. .
Too many books at McCabe Bros.
Home made tntaqe meat at Young's.
Bananas, large 0 ns fruit at Boa sett's.
A floe line of mited nuts at Young's.
Bulk, can oysters and celery at Ben
net's. Csndies and nuts of all kin la at Brown
er's. .. Buy your Xmas presents at the Lon
don. The London boys are the boys to trade
Mixed candies from 10 cents, up at
Orsuges 80 cents per dosea aad up at
Extra fins orange and lemon pea! at
Nee eating and cooking apples at
You know you are well treated at 'the
Choice grapes, oranges and bananas, at
Choice table and cooking apples at
A fine line of mixed nuts and candies
Art at HuefliDgot a 119 W. Second
street, Dsven port.
Fine French csndies Sit cents per
pound at Young's. '
You know tbst at tbe London is tbe
best place to trade.
Unique deslgas in fratnts at nue
binger's, Dovenport. :
Large solid cabbages, Mucatioe sweet-
potatoes at Bennett'..
County Suit C. B. Marshall is laid np
at bis borne In Cordova.
Beautiful hand ptinted placque at
Fresh lettuce, spinach, sweet potatoes
and celery at Young's.
Pickets, olive oil, olives, muahroomi and
French peas at Young's.
Don't forget that Kann & Huckstaedt
have some fancy chairs left.
Too many silk and llnnen handkerchiefs
at McCabe Bros. See adv.
Bouquet oa brocade silk handkershiefs
for two dsys at McCabe Bros.
Malaga grapes, lemons, oranges, mixed
nuts aad candies at Bennett's.
Too many Christmas cuds, booklets
aad calenders at McCabe Bros.
Leave your order for turkeys, geeae.
ducks or chickens at Bennett's.
A splendid idea get tha London's
prices before you spend a cent. '
New sideboards, hat racks and parlor
goods at Kann & Huckstaedt's.
A new line of fancy centre tables just
received at Kann ft Huckstaedt's.
Too many holiday goods at McCabe
Bros. Now the axe comes down.
1000 Aunt Virginia ABC books 10
cents at Cramp ton's. Great bargain.
Ex County Treasurer JohnSchafer of
Port Byron was in the city Saturday.
At least 150 different designs la Bight-
gowns to select from at the London.
Stop and look at the elegant display of
opera glasses, at tbe Harper House pharm
acy. The largest assortment of Xmas cards
are to be found at Huebinger's. Daven
Telephone your orders for your poul
try to Browner, tbe popular Elm street
For ail kinds of art and art materials
go to Huebinger's. 119, W. Seconi street.
Carlton 19 mos cloth bound, all the
poets, very choicest literature ?5 cents at
Go to Huebinger's for the finest work
In she dhotogrsph Hoe 119 W. Second
If you cannot And what you want, ask
for it at the London. We mean Xmas
presents of course.
Music cabinets, parlor cabinets, hang
ing csbinets and cabinets of all kinds, at
Clemann & Salxmadn's.
Before purchasing a ladies' writing
desk call and see the splendid assortment
at Clemann & Salzmann's.
A silk umbrella or a cane did you aay T
You will find the largest assortment and
latest designs at the London.
Mr. L. K. Cleaveiand. son of Hon. H. C.
Cleaveland. who is altsnding a St. Louis
law school Is home for the bolidsys.
You can do more Xmas shopping at
Crampton's In less time and with less
money than anywhere in the tri -cities.
The largest line of dining room tables
and side boards in the three cities can
now be aeen at Clemann & Salzmann's.
The London is very sorry that - they
did not come here two or three years ago
but it is neves, too late to do good to the
public. - . :
' Don't fail to visit the Harper House
pharmacy to see their magnificent display
of Christmas novelties at the .very lowest
prices. ; ".
The London speaks of tbeir smoking
jackets and night gowns. They can well
speak of them as they certainly have an
immense line." "
Too many booklets books etc. at
Crampton's, but will not be carriled after
Fridsy. Call early for everything is
going fast. ; U . ' r
Frank G. Young, the grocer, has every
thing the very best in his line to make
a floe Christmas dinner; read bis items in
Lost A large seal gold ring, sard
atone setting with a crest engraved upon
it. A suitable reward will be paid If left
at the Akgcs office.
- Album of Davenport. Newt Twenty
five views in an e.'egant binding, only fifty
cents, at Huebingei's gallery, Davenport
and every book store.
Whst is Sweet William, says tbe Chi
cago TVi&aacT. A juvenile book beautifully
bound and illustrated; just the book for
children at Crampton's. , ' ; ;
No use denying it, tbe London bat by
far tbe largest assortment of bats, caps
aad genu' furnishing to select from.
Come and see tbe London. -..
The committee of the Industrial home
Is aware that f 100 reward is ready, if .they
find us making a statement which is not
true, eimon 4 Mosenfelder.
Mrs. J. E. Stevens and two little
daughters of Kt. Pleasant. Iowa, are here
spending the holidays with ' Mrs. . H. I.
MeriUtew, Mrs. Steve as' mother. " -
: Capt, E. J. Chaoey, of HUUboro, IU.,
is tbe guest of Capt. Wbialer. Capt
Chacey is owe of the oldest steamboat
men oa tbe rives- and is master of tbe
LW Tbs oonsequet-oe of buying anything
IC2jt1os.) f a two prioed cow
Pants attl S3 of a certain firm receaUy
arrlTed. aad while doing some trading at
Bimoa Mom raider's be saw the Hentl
cat pants at f 8 75. It pays to look
The osly place where von can Had a
floe collection of Catholic books, such as
prayer books, holy pic tares, rosaries. ete
is at Huebinger's Art Gallery, 119 West
Be coed street, Davenport.
Don't go to Davenport for art goods
tor Crsmptoa s stock of floe etching! and
beautiful water colors, photogravores,
te, is flaer, by fsr tesa aay is theatri
cities. Call and admire them.
You cannot find a more suitable pretest
than a pair of those flat solid gold spec
tacles at the Harper House pharmacy.
Every pair property adjusted to tbe eye
by an experienced opticioe.
Elegant tew books on every subject,
science, art. religion, philosophy, litera
ture, at Crampton's. Books suitable for
people of every age aad taste, you could
not find them at the dry goods stores.
Waller 8. Moss, advance representa
tive of A. X, Palmer's, "Jlm.tbe Psamsa'
company, which is to appear at Harper's
theatre Dec 27. was ia tbe city today
making arrangements for tbe great the
atrical event "
It was the shipper's stupid blunder, no
loot to McCabe Bros. Handkerchiefs
were shipped to Rock ford Instead of
Rock Island. The shippers must take
all tbe loss, fiee McCabe Bros. adv. for
Mr. A. Solaod. readmaster of the Rock
Island 4 St Lou's division of the C B 4
Q.. bss lit tbe contract to Contractor
Andersen for a S3.5U0 residence on
Twenty-third street south of the Broad
way church. Ground was broken for it
Consult your own interests sad con
venience, and do your trading ia tbe fore
noon, if possible at McCabe Bros As ex
tra inducement to forenoon shopping.
they advertizi each day a list of sixt-Ul
prices, which only hold good until 13
o'clock, noon, on dsy sdvertized.
Mrs. B. T. Cable and daughter and Mica
Posilewait left Saturday eight for St.
Louis where they wi'J spend Christinas
with Mrs. G. A. Caatlemsn. Mrs. Marv
Cable departed for that city with Mrs.
tastleman Thursday last and Congress
man Cable will jj-n them there before
Mies Alice Donaldson, daushter of
Mr. James Donaldson formerly of Rural
and sow of Sheldon Mo., has been very
in for two weeks with pneumonia aad bet
life has been almtst dispaired . of. but
Iststt reports are that sbe is better, as
many in this county will be pie at d to
leare. Her slater Mrs. O. B. Wright of
Rural, is with her.
One of tbe most attractive holidsv itore
fronts is that of Lloyd Stewart. Tbe
entire front is nicely decorated with ever
greens while one of tbe windows reflects
a beautiful snow scene with a brilliantly
aad artistically illuminated house, the en
tit arrangement evincing tbe enterorise
and good taste of tbe popular batters
The Vho makes anotber lengthy at
tack on the Improvement Association
viaduct resolutions yesterday morning, ia
which it says that the Improvement As
sociation had bo represeoutive before tbe
council the night the McCont e'lie.Ct aw dy
et al, resolution supplanted that of the
Improvement Association. If the Unit
will refer to iu own files it will see that
Mr. Fred Hass of the Improvement As
sociation fully explained those resolutions
twice before that council meeting.
Tbe trial of Horace Russell, the half
breed aasasun of Dr. W. J. Bahnsen. son
of F. H. L. Bahnsen of this city, at
Fisher, Minn., last Aagust. is to occur at
the March term of court at Crooks ton.
Minn. There is positive evidence sum-
cleat to convict Russell, but Mr. F. W.
Bahnsen of this city, brother of tbe mur
dered man, says that seven murderers
have escaped punishment In tuccessiun
up in that country, and while be ia satis
flsd of the guilt of Russell he is not sure
that he will be convicted. Mr. Bahnsen
thinks the loose wsy justice has been
handled in northwestern Minn., is in a
measure the cause of bis brother's death.
Vasfo, Isaaufal aas Oraaaaatal.
HartZ & Ttihnaon th mM .k- -.1-
era in fancy goods, notioss and drags
have their establishment fairly glistening
with tha fi-randeat rii.nl. v nf finr. .ruut.
O wyr-wj v awvv J WUO
ever seen ia the tri-citiea. They have
the very latest ia design and were pur
chased expressly for tbe holiday-, trade.
They bave their entire wholesale eiock of
holiday goods on display. It would uke
wo muca space to enumerate In full tbe
fl7ant thlnr-a tn K IK.M
make a note of the following. Embossed
celluloid book marks', broom whUk hold
ers in many styles, oxydized silver smok
ing sets, just tbe kind or a present to
make to a gentleman. Shaving sets ia
many styles or piusn aoods; albums, the
Kcti eurimeni ever pus on Oisplay la
tbe city, in man atla anri flni.kwi
ia fine plush and oxydixed silver, plusb
worx oozes, manicure sets, besuurul
odor esses, collar and cuff hnM immi
cases, mirrors meershsum smoking acts
on naoarens 01 outer oeauurul and use
ful gifts. They extend an invitation to all
to call and examine these goods.
Ltekeel a .
John Bareosteia, a team iter was lead
ing hi horse to water along Fourth ave
nue yesterday morning, when near Twee-ty-third
street one of tbe animals became
fractious and kicking up iu heela, alruck
Mr, BerensUia full iu the face. Tbe
calks of the iron sboe left a distinct im
print on Mr. Berenstein's face, one cut
ting through the cheek and knocking out
two teeth, another inflicting a deep cut
through oa the side of tbe noae while
tbe third struck over tbe left eye. escap
ing the optic, fortunately. The wounds
while all very painful aad causing a co
pious flow or blood, are not serious. Dr.
Kinyon attended the wounded man.
Some of your clothing uaerchanu have
been getting rich we (your benefactors)
came here solely to save you money.
soca is toe stock to bade or a certain two
priced concern, who while they dip tbeir
bands la the "dear" public poektti 1 ko
to pose as public. benefactors. Whv oh
why did they have to leave tbeir former
abode bag. old stock and baggage T Not
withstanding that they bad to pay rent oa
a store, the lease of which had - not ex
pired. It reems tbe dear public there
failed to discover their benevolent pro
pensities. BiMoa MosEirrr.ix.iJL
- Meaara. fMiUhraiuU A -HTVI-k
who have purchased the Bock Island loa
Go's outfit, began dettverwg ice Nov.
Leading authorities say tbe only proper
wwj m vwai werra is to taae a coaettta
uoasi remedy, like Hood's SsraaparUla,
A handsome Una of book cases 'aad
ea&iaets )art received at Hoi brook's. Day
ALDAY LALCZ3 LAST.
The allaya SM
atwhat aaw. City Atrw Tsewhle
Tbe Molina JetpvMtssa of Saturday
eight eoatalns the following further par
ticulars of the difficulty betweea Adasa
Alday aad tbe city aatsywilsMeowceraieg
a feace which AM ay hal erected across
a atrett strip aad which the asarahal aad
city attorney tore dowse
It bow traasptrss that Marshal Kltul
aoa aad City Attorney Oakleaf bad ao
right yeurday to tear dowa the feace
erected by Adam Alday. It seems that
the ranee, was erected oa ground which.
though it had beea Improved bad never
beea platted, bear It was deemed rrt-
property, ana ine erection or tbe
rence was not aa obstruction to Siith
avenue. Aldaf Is aow plaaalsg the ar
rest of the marshal and attorney, aad It Is
BOW thought that Marshal JUUilsr will
refrala from eervtag the warrant for Al
dat's arrest as be originally UteaOod.
Ie one seose the city authorities had a
right loremoTs ta reace, not as aa ob
strwtion. but because of iu beta a
barbed-w'.re feace ia violation of a city
ordinance jnst adopted, aad aader these
circumstances Alday should have beea
aotiOed to remove it Todsy the city of
ficials most concerned are scurrying
around to ascertala what can he doae tn
Us matter, while Mr. AVday rubs his
hands ia high glee.
Tae tlrrka' AaweaaMy- Tahea Aettwa
At a special meeting of the clerks' as
sembly held at Labor Hall yesterday tbs
following resolutions were aasalmously
iZrsofsed. That wo tbe clerks of the tri-
cities agree to ex ten 1 tbe time of eariv
closing from December 95 to Jsaaary lat
as ue request of many or the saerchaau.
lUlvd, That we will heartily co
operate with tbe trinity labor congress ia
poahiag the eaily closing aad Saaday raat
mowetaenu the first of tbe new year 1891.
A committee wee appointed to make
arrangement for the grand early closing
public meeting at G. A. R ball, January
4th, at Davenport
i.titoar atraajr raw
Township Tbs Collector David Fusger
a d is getting ta readieese to open his
books at the court house. He has ap
pointed as bis aseiataat W. W. Egglee-
tOB ,ad bas filed bis official bond ia the
sum of $250 483.52. with Messrs. Phil
Mitchell. P. L. Mitchell a F.Lynda. Jos.
Roeen field and T. J. Robiaeoa as sureties.
Xleys Stewart's Hua Bui ef rare.
This firm shows almost every article
for geatlemee's use. Tbe variety of
each class is ao large as to enable all to
make satisfactory selections. The fol
lowing are always appropriate aad use
ful: Cm. ,
Katoktac Jar seta.
Mil. II k
Li... UBHtekAkM4 f 1
muni naaaaerrateia, ca Sam,
ii mhr'ri i-wa. bli- a.c
btree eioraa. To-let ata,
Imriaj Glo-ae, r-llk UoaUrr,
Dme Wlorea. Mlita. .
Fell Dm. r-hufa. KailDrM.Ta.ta.
raU Mm. Neokweav. Fall Drvee JewatfT.
in Miainin I
With Ely's Cream Balm a child caa be
treated without pia or dread aad with
perfect safety. Try the remedy: It cures
catarrh, bay fever aad colds la tha head.
It ta easily applied into the nostrils aad
gives relief with the first application.
Do you know the latest? We mcae tbe
very latest stiles ia neckwear. The Loa-
doa just received someiLi.g elegant for
Star of Bethlehem
mrtmt m.m oa a rritms a
what, taw eiorid r)mr. mmrm
Uaa U wUI rrjeaea
Barriac a few dlaeaa
fmtm aad badty-emtvd la
SUwe Un coaatry 1. aa pier, aad ra
Jove a PMPMiity tM4 -ra each a atraia M
tb. Ute pwil McUaB caaaot
CAUSE FOR JOY
aw? he abaadaatlj fused ta tel. eaadtttoa aad a
ta f all oT
JOY FOR YOU.
Wa Sam at Waet
ther. M efcrrr Bpartaa
tty for yna ta auk ware bast,y
aad C. C. Taylor kae bMa sartlcaiai
aetlT. ta arcana a enleadKl
AND YOUR FRDZ5DS
win be detlhtrw
wtth My Mlaauayoaway
aakr fiea ihtt graM work. Coa
early aad bare year aelee-
UM Ptarread at
C. C. TAYLOR'S,
Kae. loll aa4 I7r Mteaal imlt.
Call and see Those Fine
Tars Car Loads, vary cheap, al
talfl, llt aad 1C14 Third Areaae.
Tlic Little Jewel
HAVE YOU SEEN IT !
It you want a lamp of aay klad. it
will pay you to see what I bare. The
range ia price is from 18 ceaU up, aad
the variety and style is just as great.
Catiaa an Ouaae.
MOB Istoad a.aeae.
It as that baptrtty la Cm t4, whka, ae
rmMUatlatta taw (Ibads a( Um Brk. ar.
awaia-btiy tawrpa a awnitir; waarh
eMM MJaial male, aar-a M V aas
Irta. or frrt; wair Omtuaaa ak-ers la th
T-ears, aaaa. afira raaataj bn.ilai aj ar
ior; aahfc I. tha ortgia at alait.W a. e .
-" r " T ran; .ihir Mit.i
IXws awany aarnBed a -h.r- ahtrh.
tavtewtof aprat Um hiri.eaaar. nwaai tl n
and Oeata. tviaf tba a.t aarsna. M la tha
vwtt few pmas ar. ecaln-ty trae mm It
ry Uklfte tlaad a rVenarwrina. wWeh, Vy
tha reniSal la rare H haa an iill kid,
"(tew waca otber awdwiMa awn laak-a. has
rre Itartr ! be a pn(ewt aad awtwilar
BM-dklna aay this dr-Mae. BonN at thee
cwreaar really wewaVrfal. If yaa wmtrr trtm
rndoU. be awe ta try tlnad'a Saraaiaaina.
Sty daactitrr Mary wae affltetew wUh arrad.
Id tin the 1-riratM UK yiwre oC ar. fiS
I-tmw la brr aevh. aad owe f theva afW
STwalaf tn the Ur ef a rtreoa's rjx. tawasw
a nmnleii m fi- e-m thrvejrva. Wasan
hr nwds Aaraaaaritu, arbrw U laa aad
all Indb-aUnaa f arrotaia vwurrly eta.
art ared. and aow W a. en u we a health y
child - J. a. Can rur. 5aartM S. J.
K. B. Be ears la fs oa)y
aUayandrecsteta. fl-.mntmn. ruanlal)
ay c i. uouo a w, A
IOO Dos0 One Dollar
The holiday swsaoa prndorrs every
where a revival of iatareat ia hooka. Tat
there are ao other gifts so reeraly ap
tweriatad aoae more varied in adapta
tion, or more pleasing to tha recipients.
The? eome as a frtead. a eneasellor. a
keepsake, a source of eatettaiameat a
ai a ef k aow led re. la the bbr-rt
dviliiatioa" says Eaaerana, -the book as
stlU the highest delight"
The extaaaive booksellers aad statiaeers j
of Rock lalaad bave provided for this
season's trade aa uausualty large aad at
tractive eolircUoa of books of vartoes
pubUabers of th coo a try. The public
generally ara cordially U riled to visit the
store: Seveoieea-twrwiy-ecvee Second
avenue, to Inspect the stock aad kera th
Of Irvisr. Dicheaa. Thackery. Bolwer.
Kuskta, Uaorg Eibolt SmmI Saaders,
Hawthorn. Shaaspare. Oocyot, Haaae.
Macaulay, Oibooa. Grcwa s Eaglsad. Baa-
cvoft Freacoti. Raaltaaoa ia doth aad
We offer aa til after the holidays: Ta
Cello lxsvne, which iadade over ewe
auedred diffcrrat styles of famous berths,
p lated oa good papa aad haadsoaaely
buuad ia crap etota. prir oaly lie,
worth 75c. also ta fav.mte pocket dac
tioaary only lue.
HUtoriaas, Bovaliau. la sets aad aepa
raU volumes; various aditioas aad blad
Ia morocco, ivory aai Dm calf biadia
50 oeau aad epwarda.
MAGX.F1CEXT NEW ART BOOKa.
Asaoag thea are the Saloe for lSftxL
TV Etac Gallery. Nature aad Art Soag
OI IB Kivcr. dvmio, Keceat agtiaa
Art, Nirbl 8g. Uader Bia Sky. Lai ah
itooh. Poems of Paas-oe. Miltoa's Para
dise Lost Pslcaiioe. Africa. La Foeuiae's
Fable, aad saaav others ranging ia prir
from tl Ute 819.
JUVENILE AND TOY BOOKS.
A superb line to suit all ages at bed
rock prices. Bks as large aa the Chat
terbox for 90 to 95 cents. Linra books
with bright picture.
LARUE FAMILY BIBLES
Haadanaacr aad cheaper than formerly ;
isiiora icececfs tioee ia ail the var
kou grades. Ia Uita line w hav aa
Amerirao repriat mach cheaper Lb a the
PRATES AND HYMNALS
la sets large prist, leleeditioe.
CATHOUC PRATER BOOKS
A very deairabl aaanrtmcat for old
aad young 25 cent to five dollars each.
THE NEW WEBSTER INTERNA
Which has bee In prepraratina for tee
years, a grand work.
Also the cheap edition. Paetoarraph.
dictioeary aad autopraph holdets, aibusas
and wide rear ia etyle aad price.
Writing desk la seal morroco and plush.
Collars aad cult boxna, rowb aad bruah
seu from fl .50 to 93. smoking aau.
dresaiac caa. work boxes, fancy broom
BookleU aad Xmas cards oa eraU to
FINE LEATHER GOODS
Poke Books for ladies, grttf aad child
dree, card caaea, pboUjraih boidrra, ci
roualaia peas, eold iwas aad fceacila.
New frasaea, blocks. pairric. decorated
and plalo, all grade.
Aad baskets, haadaom aew tiae.
That is ae ed ol haadaoaaely.
E'chlags. sn graying", water colors. Ac
Picture treated to order from aew style
Aad Views we hsve aomethiae vers da.
ddedly new America a and foreura vwwa.
ocopea range irom xoc to 91,
Such as rockier borata Velodncidaa.
express wagons, ooll perambulatora. sic
1 mo-t popular toy of ta seaaoa u
th New Harmiuss Pistol wtth vacuum
nibbar tipped arrow aad target 5-Jc la
braexe,75c ta aickel.
Don't Mistake the
Grancl Holiday HaEfcoi: - Sale
Begla thebr Holiday Bale of Ladle,
vawia ssa vrutarwe a UeUkaa-aw-sBJefa-W
show the lartepe stock ta the
from tha cheap. t to the beet rrada.
Bay r!y while the aaortaeat U eesa
flat. Lediae'aad ChOdrwas'col d border le
Ledi' eorored border.
Oweta' Urge sir eerd adr &e
Ledi white bammed surhod fte
LadiM' all Uses. ft. 6,7 aad Be
latitadoa Japan- . be
OwBU'eolorwd bordara. Urge aisee,
B. 10 aai lecwata.
Orst vartery of Lediee. CeaU' aad
ChUdrwns' la beuar gradw.
Ladlas" aad GetkU ladUal. sil llaea, 2.A
Articbaa of utility ar being asore
and mora sought aiW tor
Wkewpaothinc bet DrrOoeds-
aoTor. Wseiaaarra m .w
busy dsy A
Hock Ieland. Illinoio.
CLEMAM fe SALZEIAIJIJ.
What Would be a Useful ChnYmas Present:
CLEnnnn & SALznnm.
and IC27 Second Avenue,
Aad Noa. 134. 124 aad 128 81x1mbi1. 8lr-t,
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seven teriUi Street
TO REDUCE STOCK
A Chance You Can't Afford to Miss.
Wa ar oflerinx tmpreoedentaa Talues in
Including all of our intgnilicnl aaaortmeat or choice
1 1 Ala and Bonnrta
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
URS. P. Gf.EEUAWALT
1704 SECOND AVZXTJE.
tacoaroaarmo cnoca tsk rat rrara law.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL
Ocwa aafly (raas S a. aa. 'ta t p. aa, a4 Saiaaeeaaa faMa T te SeVWrh.
FIT pwr cwal tatwrwat paid oa rrpolta. Moasy ktaaad oat i'arwoavai. Coi
lateraXor Reel Estate Security
B. r. B1TSOUM. IW f C DIKItll. riwrM. J. . aCKtBUk, Cwahiat.
IBcharLB P t.iaalla. PC
swarm wm i
laly a.isau.aa4 wis.
KA.NN cfc HUCKSTAEDT,
H k d 1811 SeetmJ twaa.,
' taaeri la atraw aS pekraa ta
OIL CLOTHS, SHADES, DRAPERY, Etc.
The Largest Line
m r V 1
sg , J
& s ) ::i
L-U ' n
VT are exxlaarv agents' fr ill
Equlpoie wait. Thaw waias.s- tre
aadnrsed by Jaaaees KUer. ax X ire
eeeslrtored th teoet paetece tr "T
waist ever eflrwd te tbe pabo.
also aaj tha (allow-lag pTplar aad wwll
Waewera Wadaa Pay W r r
wT waaasaaaaa fre-s- flrw-B (eVM4 Ml
elte-v-l WiwImI eseat
A Ldie Wriucg Desk.
A Ladies)' BookcAae.
A Ladiea Xfaafc rabloet.
A Flow Sideboard.
A Floe Centr Table.
j A Fanrj cbair.
1 Faacjr Rorker.
And ma 117 othr tJoe an J nar
Meal. Jaaa Oahaarh O p. leTwSa.
These prices are t till IS
oa Tuesday only, si er
Vil wf ,-ustraVed, to a ysrjr-octrX
KooUfcTiaei- about the Loa loa
CeyaoU 's Clocfc.
very low pri ";
'li rt'7.; T k--;"t rrcl
frir.ia..; h' ..