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let it piss"'""""-"- inonas mat they hav th erandaat
MJSar of holiday goods la the Northwest Beginning with Monday a? tb-w
wLU slash prices right and left- Too many dolls, too many Christmas caMstoo
ffliny books, too many handkerchiefs, too many silk handkerchiefs, too manv
g-od ""6- - -T " " tomaricetuwm. They ara oblirr-
to apply the axe; to cut; to ignore profits, and to disregard tha usual bnlnoa.
netbods in general. Now is your opportunity. On Monday a. m the axa fai
Miny prices will be cut right throngh the middle, others even more othera W
qaarteror a third off. w,
Here Is One ol Them.
? ...1 IPH ,t Saturday nlghi. Whmt tfctll
"' " 8? nyprlcsnd chargj
i inrcitur wnai wa eoaii oo. - wt
Jiuko or Cat Baskets, all sices.
New styles of baskets opened eacl
Something new in Dull Hammocks.
All the latest Osmes.
Lamps, all kinds.
Chios and Glassware.
We will place on sale Thursday tbt
finest line of Plush Good ever brought to
i be citj, and to be sold at less than
manufacturers' prices. Cone and ge
our prices before purchasing anything li
the Holiday line.
MiDarr '"V',,J TP'1?"." w-itmteyoa to th banquet
(Mlnn-d brocade silk hiimlkfoblft for thw days M nrtcea m2 w.
,,,,, rumo o..., com all, Ortt e. tat. acbolci. P m " Xsawn
Willo on th tnbjaet of hidlcerchir wa (bond not innt( '
f bild on. for boy. i and girl, f r ladlat an1 for m. o. boto pUia 5 wWhloVrd kVSJS. 151' S'Vur
rtt,hn.i.led. with or whhout Initial. t, lull all vte. f.ur "iSViu t.n he h?E2t''b
1712. 1714. 1718. 1718. 1720 and 1722 Baeoso Atbxt .
A. J. SMITH & SOn,
Holiday Goods in
DRAPERY, GRILLE WORK
- OF ALL
A. J. SMITH & SON,
125 and 137 West Third Street. Opp. Masonic Temple, DAVENPORT,
L -li L .Jl-i ,
W- iwm awVsA&SQisvWsais r?
WALL PAPER CDMPAMV
312, 314 Xwentieth St, ?
And Postoffioe Block, Moline.
FINE WALL. PAPER Bxclnslr t?ent
rctorla! BirijB goo, Janewity A Co., Hobart S.
York Wall Paper Co., and llobert Oraves A Co.
BEE UTJK sPBClAuS-Wnica lncladen all
below other dealers.
Howard Watches, Imported Watches,
H. D. FOLSOII.
A Sure Cure for a Cough-or Cold is
it)R. McKANN'S ,
.Irish Cough Syrupy
AcU-quickly, is'porfoctly safe and nerer fails to cure all Lang troubles. .
TRY IT. . - - 10c. 86c and 60e Bottle.
: -i-Medlelne known tor all Kldnej-, Lang sad Stomach "troubles, is
Thomas' Kidney and Liver Pills.
iSIE.. h. thoiias, :
In all tha modem styles and shades. VrzZC Each IZ
- - - mont for this wMk. bat cannot
w. do with th.mf Wh!? ,'.,.,??
the loti up to the ,l....-.V'h.
tortte yoa to th hnn,i. " "
. Art Store.
Popular 13mo Boobs 25e.
We also have a complete line of paadea
Art Booklets frjm 5c np.
Albums by the 100 and at prices which
can't be equaled.
Etchings and Frames, just the thing
forXmas. Watch us for bargains this
1705 Second Avenue.
Branch Store 400. 15th St., Molina.
I JJ JJ
fur tbe following fix laiyeat Wall Papar
BobtM OO.t Serins HaTUand, Ko
the Art paper,
Prices from 10 to SO per cent
" "NO USE f OR PAYSE.
Th Talkative Good Slatei Eepndi
ated by the F. M. B. A.
Caavewttaa at l a Cawrt
H""-"- . Wiia af t eatk Ma.
Mae Saaitaated-The rran clasa.
A convection was held at the court
bouse this afternoon for the ; jurpose of
Dominating a cacdidate fortae legisla
ture on behalf of the farm and labor
organiistions of the Twenty fret district
at the forthcoming s pecial elec lion . The
convention was called to or ler at 8:30
o'clock by Mr. Louis Jahns of Bout Mc
lina, who explained the objec . of the as
sembi.gp, which he f aid was e imposed of
delegates from farm and labof organizss
tlons of the Twenty-Brat dimr cf. and that
where there was a branch of .dtber of tbe
organizations . named repre tented that
did not have regularly accrnited dele
gates, such branch would be jiven equal
olee iotbe proceedings. The purpose
of tbe convention, Mr. Jabot explained,
was to nominate a candidate for the legis
lature for the coming election .
Mr. Jahns then suggested the appoint-.
nsnt of a permanent chairman and he
upon motion was unsnimo isty chosen.
Wnu Letsch of Carbon 31ift was elected
It was desided that it ther ) was hut one
candidate before (he convention, tbe
choice be made acclemation otherwise by
oauoi. The name of W.-O. Wilson of
South, Moline was proposed, but it was
stated that Mr. Wilson was In bad health
and did not want the nomit alion on that
Tha name of Hon. J. II. Paddleford
was suggested, and Mr. Pat dleford being
present declined tbe honor with thanks.
ue saia be believed the thne had
. v. . . .
uiuuko, wnen ine farmers sad a
Mutative in the legislature.
Wm. Letech urged the t omination of
Mr. Wilson, staline the btlief that Mr.
Wilson would soon recover f rom bis presec t
Ulnes and would than prova the strongest
candidate that could be elected.
Tbe name of J. G. Osbiroe of Joslyn
was formal y presented. A delegate
suggested that Mr.' Osbor a having been
before tbe republican cosvontion would
probably be delicate about coming before
the present convention.
Mr. Paddleford named Wm. Letsch,
but Mr. Letsch declined.
Mr. . Paddleford 's n ame was again
urged. Mr. Paddleford again emphat
feally declined. He was t democrat, be
said, and did not deny hi i politics. And
while he had always beet, a member of
tbe P. M. B. A., having bslped organize
the first grantee ever established in Henry
county, he did not believe it would be
policy to nominate birr as opposition
might be raised to him ot, the ground of
his out and out politics. For that reason
be would prefer not to 1 e a candidate.
although be did not bclii ve the chances
were ever better for sucsess of an F. M
i A. man than now.
President Crawfoid of t the Henry
county alliance addresse 1 the convention
briefly. He desired to t orrect a false re
port be said, that bad ' appeared In the
newspapers to the effect that the Henry
county alliance bad set t a committee to
Mr. Payne,' the" republ can nominee or
bad endorsed his candid ncy. Both these
reports, he aafd were er oneoua and with
out foundation. Tbe E enry county alli
ance had not endorsed Mr. Payne.
Mr. Paddleford urged tha candidac)
of W. C. Wilson. He believed it would
be the wisest choice tho -convection could
make. As for him he would do all Jn
his power to elect blm snd he hoped he
would be the choice ol the convention.
The other candidate were all succes
sively withdrawn an 1 Mr. Wilson -was
nominated by acclamai ton.
Bister Payne stayed with the conven
tion all dsy, and was f n band three hours
before wss it called but the farmers
showed they had no n for him.
Was Heraly Induleinz HI. PudM
tor 1'bat IlanaleM Sport,
A gentleman heui frig a noise in his
yard went oat and found old Porter
Clay, a not'jd politician, handling his
wood. - .
"What are you dc ing there, yon ras
"Who's er rascal?"
"Ton are, yon sea mdreL
Hah, calls meer-rascalanerscotm'uL
White folks is gitfc n' mighty elerquent
when da wants ter Trase er geueraian.
Fust thins yer knovs I'll hab yer Vested
far slander." - -
'Yes, and TO hive yon arrested for
attempting to steal aiy wood."
"Stealin yer wood! Wy, 1 neber
thonghter sicb er tl ing. Seed er rat run
tinder dis wood, ai ' 1 wanted to ketrJi
him. Eain't keep fi ain lallin rats. Wnz
born da ter way, lmt ef yer wants ter
prive me o' dis heih pleaatun 11 right
Doan' kere now ef do rats eats np ver'-thing-
on de place . Good day ter yer,
sab.." Arkansaw Traveler.
U nun; verable.
Mintreae Bridgi t. how uuuiy times
have I told you t lat 1 -didn't want yon
to have callers dnr n g the day? And there
was that red Luixad policemau in the
kitchen again this morning.
Bridget is, tr am, he is a gret hup.
Mistress A gre it help! What do you
Bridget Yi, uum, nhont the peta-
tiea and tomaties, and adch loike. -
Mistress How can he help yon with
the potatoes and .1 omatoes?
Bridget Faitb an hes sich a.fome
peeler. Boston Courier.
a tut. '
Conductor (brlikly Tickets!
Tramp (hesitUdngly) Ain't got no
ticket - . ' - ,. .-.
Coodnctor Ow ttilyr Where are yon
going? i ' " -1.
Tramp (leisure Iy To the next station.
Conductor (ah a-ply) Twenty cents.
Tramp (coolly Ain't got no money.
Conductor (sen-erely) YonH get off at
tha next station Street & Smith's Good
Uawa. ... - .l... , - -
"Uat-nippear . squeaked the mouse as
Tabby got a grin on him. .
i. AlPlaadia Maa.
' Don't spend ikeent before getting our
prices. Many, many, have come to this
conclusion. tDfOKtt Mr sebfkldm.
' lea. "1 -"
Maasra. Hilt ebrandt 4 Weinbureer
who have purol tased the Rook Island Ice
Oo's ontflt, bazan delivering kMov.
Catarrh Indiiatea impure blood, and to
cure It, take Iiood's Barsaparilla, which
purines tbe buioa. Bold by all druggists.
As they par ed: "A lass," sighed be
"An, men," m apt she.
With Elya'jrcam Balm a child can be
treated wiihoi it pun dread and with
perfect safety Try the remedy. 'It cures
catarrh, hay l sver and pxzel read,
pirn relief f 1 , r - ICj
thu r.occz rriaAiijj
Fine lynx sets, at Bennett's.
The wool teal capes, at Bennett's.
Gents seal skin caps, at Bennett's.
Nice lettuce and spinach at May's.
No's 1811 and 1818 Second avenue.
Children's fnr muBs and boas, at Ben
aett's. . . .
. 8eal, beaver and possum muffs, at Ben
nett's. ' ' :
The cold wave ' has struck Bennett's
glove store. V
Dancing vcbool at Armory Hall Bitur
Dancing school at Armory Hall Satur
day evening. '
Choice tnelags and tokiy grapes and
peas at May's. ' -r .,
Gloves snd mittens In all styles, at Ban !
nett's glove store.
No's 1611 and 1818 Second avenue tbe
leading furniture house.
1,000 Aunt Virginia's A. B.C. books
lO cents at Crsmpton's. . Great bargain.
Don't hxse anytime, bot call at Cramp
ton sat once: -'Lots of present must be
sold. : :
Young men call and see the elegan
toilet seta at Cratnpton'. Just what yon
MessraRudolph and Fred Weyerhauaer,
Jr. are borne for tbe holidays from eel
ledge. Red line pce'.s. fall gilt, handsomely
bound, elegant for gifts, only 75 cents, st
The wonderful harmless rubber tipped
toy target pistol ot Crsmpton's Is sll the
rage, gun, target snd all only 30 cents.
Conductor John Biker of tbe C . M. St
St. P. Is very ill at his home In this citv
with something similar to typhoid fever.
90 cents isn't ctesp for a child's cotton
suit, when yon can get a much better
article for 78 cents st Simon St Mosen
felder's. Lieut Frederick Schwstka is the suest
of Cspt Breackett for the holidays. Mrs.
Schwatka has been in the city for some
Ladies' seal tkin sacqucs at low prices
before the rise will make a nice Christ
mas present W. 8- Cameron St Boat,
Ladies' seal skin sacqur s at low prices
before tbe rise will make a nice Christ
mss present W. 8. Csmeron St Sons,
Caxton lSmos, cloth, works of Irwlng,
Hawthorne, Dickens and all the very
choicest literature and poets only 25 cents
Why dont yon buy your wife one of
those elegant water color pictures of
Crampton? Call in and see them; they
are all on display.
There will be a Christmas entertain
ment at the Town ball at Milan on Christ
mas eve by tbe Presbyterian Sabbath
school. All are invited.
Tbe choicest and latest works in litera
ture, science, fiction, art sod philosopy
at Crsmpton's, ' only. Yon cannot find
them la the dry goods house. . '
Mrs. Henry -Curtis has returned from
her extended, travels, accompanied by her
daughter. Miss Hope, and son, Hugh, who
will spend the holidays here. '- -' -
At the Baptist parsoasge Isst evening.
Rev. Dr. Taylor united la marriage. Mr..
Robert L. Toombs and Miss Emma L.
Lewis, both o! OiWwa, HI. .
Go to Cramp ton's this evening for your
presents. Tell them who you want to re
member and they will do their best to ajd
you In selecting suitable gifts.
One of the neatest and most ornamental
calendars for the season of 1801 has been
sent out with the compliments of Geo.
Wsgner, of tbe Atlantic brewery. -
Barrett Chapter will this evening
confer the Royal Arch degree on three
candidates, one from Geneaeo one from
Moline and one from Rock Island.
For a nice holiday present in hat racks.
parlor goods, chairs, fancy rockers, center
tables, sideboards or any thing in tbe line
ot furniture at Sana St Huckslaedt's.
Crampton hss both sides of his Urge
store lined with fine and elegantly framed
pictures. Very easy to; see and don't pats
by without looking at them. Tbey are
worth your while.
Iy you are buying presents, go where
you csn buy more presents for more peo.
pie, more articles of mere kinds and
prices, and in leas time and fnr lees money
than anywhere in the trl cities, at Cramp
Dr. Patrick Gregg has practically made
up his mind to remove the old shells on
Second avenue between the Rock Island
bouse and Don's new building ea rly in
the spring, and to erect initead a hand
some business block.
A special point is made xf supplying
everybody with presents suitable to those
intended. It for eld peoDle, middlesged.
young men, ladies, boys and girls or
children lust tell tbea and tbey will fit
yon out at Crsmpton's.
What can be a more suitable purchase
for yen who do not know what to get than
some of the elegant pictures with which
Crampton s store is so well supplied f
They are truly beautiful. Call is; yon
can see them in five minutes.
Why are yon complaining of the bur
dene ol uorutmaa shopping wbea you
can be suited so essily at Crampton 'a T If
you csn't bs suited there Its only because
you are bewildered by his rich and enor
mous stock. Let them know what you
want and they will do their best
Car 15 ot the blue line got ioto trouble
on lower Fourth avenue this morning, the
snow plows attached to tbe platform
breaking off and impeding tbe pregresa
of tbe car for about fifteen minutes. AH
cars on that branch of the system jwere de
layed for a corresponding length of time
The Holiday Visitor of the Broadway
Presbyterian church, comes out with a
very pretty holiday number, ' which con
tains not only some jewels in tha way ol
Christmas thoughts, but a review of the
work daring the year of tha Broadway
and its anxiliarv. the Sonta Park chapel
The Rodman Rifles last evening pres.
ented their captain, W.T. Channoa. with
a handsome antique oak rocking chair and
the company's secretary, Herman Dettens,
with a combination writing desk and book
case of the tame material. Lieut Mc
Donald made the presentation speeches
A supper followed at Gordon's Mauurant
' Tbera is just now a row la the republi
can camp la tbe Sixth ward over
Twenty- fourth street sower, which th
council ordered bulat by special
sent last serine. The mayor, who is to
be especially bene fit fd by the project
pushing it for all It la worth much to the
opposition of other property holders who
will have to share in the burden of con
struction, and wbo claim It is to work a
detriment to tbetn rather than a benefit
The most interesting part of tha proceed
logs is that as as asserted a boys, aaaay of
the S""erers are republicans ana hereto-
"& friends or th mayor, bnt be
ad them a ttil
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V; Two flteTITat weMlst.
The revival Meetings sUH continue with
unabated interest.- Tbe services Monday
evening are not usually a well attended
ai on other evenings, but last evening the
attendance was good, The exercises be
gan with a service of song which in"
eluded two solos, one by Mr. Clark, "The
Beckoning Hand." aqd another by Mr.
Creel, "Seeking for Me." both of which
were sung very effectively and made a
deep impression on the audience. After
prayer by Revs. Taylor sad Marshall. Mr.
Bliss announced as his fext, Amos IV. It;
"Prepare to meet thy God." After calling
attention to. and forcibly Illustrating sev
eral reasons why all should prepare to
meet God, he told where all can meet
Him now at tbe tnrooe of erace, and gi
their preparation for meeting Him in
Several persons arose at tbe conclusion
of the sermon and in the after meeting.
Among those who made the confession
were some of our prominent chinos.
Services this evening as uinal at 7:80.
Bs ?ai4 for ise Kattt!
A young g ocery clerk of this city
bought a pair of pants ef "ibe bigrest
clothing (shoddy) boose in the woili."
He paid 14.83 for them ot haid-earned
money, too. While baying some (nods
at Simon & Moenftlder"s be noticed
some of the Identical pants and found
them marked 13.75 just $1.10 lower
than the two-priced concern charged
i. He naturally felt bad and be went
to the great blow ahoddv company and
demanded the f 1 . 10 be had been over
charged. After blotting tbe young man
and calling bint a liar, they finally re-
urned the 91.10, having cheek enough
to stipulate thst he should go and tell
Simon 4 Mosenfelder thst be bad made
mistake, that he had bought some
other things at tbe time be bought tbe
pan's and that bis whole bill amounted
to $4 85. But it would not work. Tbe
young maa would not perjure himself,
and says thst 8imon Sk Moeenfelder's Is a
good enough place for him In future.
All particular, name of party, pints,
price, etc., can be given If desired. It
pays to get our prices before buying.
MMO!f St MOSESraXDIR.
"Jlaa. the rvasaaa.
This meritorious attraction appears at
Harper's theatre next Saturday nigh:.
Manager Montrose wss extremely fortu
nate in booking this attraction, as only
two dstes were open at the commence
ment of the season. M Jim. tbt Penman.''
should have a packed house, Advance
representative Moss informs ns that this
is positively the latt season of this popu
Manager Montrose hss made another
excellent catch In booking J. M. Hills'
original "Clemenceaa Case" for next
Hoys 4 iwsr's Holiday lui af rare.
This firm shows almost every article
for gentlemen's use. The variety of
each class is so Urge as to enable all to
make ssustactory selections. Tbe fol
lowing are always appropriate aad use
ful: TJrewtag- Rob.
VqM Box, ,
Tot In uu,
Silk MnSora, '
Kaarr Mchl Shirt a. -
Slia Handkerchwra. - ,
Uin Hamkcrrhiefa, -Initial
Embr'd Mehi Solru,
Fall PrM ShtrttL
foil DrcaiVeata, -
Toll Vnmt Nuekintr,
Fall Droaa Jcwalry,
Fell Dm Shin frotectors.
A Weir ssaet.
Mr. Wm. Coyne, of Rural, who was in
the eity yesterday, states that the farmers
Black Hawk, Bowling axd Rural
townships have been greatly annoyed of
lata by the depndationa ot wolves, aad
there Is talk of holding a meeting in
Tindelra school house in Bowling soon to t
organize for a systematic hunt early In
February in hopes of exterminating the
olf tribe In that section. Last week
Mr. Joseph Alien of Rural, lost Zi sheep
and Cbas. Ztbn of the same township
killed two which had heea dlttirbiog his
- Craisa't hay la.
The young rrocerv clerk wbo oaid
(4 85 for pants at the pony show, which
be afterwards foaad at Siaaon St Moeen-
felder's st 13 75. was a much looked tor
person yesterday. The piopnetor of the
above show wanted to fix it up. some
now, lortbev only sent for blm f jur
times aad atill the young man dida't re-
apond. He feels too indignant at tbe
treatment be received and is not apt to
soon forget It Simon & MosrnfeMer are
good enoufh for him.
For tbe largest stock of furniture of
all kinds and at price that were a ever
reached before i that of CI em an n Jr.
Etlxmaun, under Harper's theatre. Rock
Island, where tbey have two stores aad
four fljors filled with fancy goods of all
styles and grades; Una ladies' wriliog
deks. fine upholstered goods, ia fact
they have everything that would mak an
ornament! as welt as useful pretest. It
will pay you to visit their su.tr.
- Crtaptss's . Wsaaarral Csrgsta.
Home meaageriea 48t.
Mutic box 55c; formerly f 1.
Parlor quoits, novel, new.
Cloth bound poet 85c.
Too many others to mention .
Just a few as a reminder.
Hare L.tke tlstrtatsaaa Weather.
Orders came to the eignal servic thi
morning to hoist tbe black flag. Indicating
a radical decline in temperature by tomor;
row morning. The prediction ia that the
mercury will go down to 10 above th
tero mark. "
Fine Candies at K & M's.
Art at HoebinDcr' 118 W. ffecoad
Unique deslsn in frames at'IIue
binger's, Dsveaport. - .'
Oo to Holbrook'a, Davenport for ear-
pets ana sua curtain. v
ucautuui band ptiated. nlaconea at
Nice baled bsy for sale bv Joha Zi aas.
isave oraera at city scales.
A good girl wanted for general house
won st nit eecosa avsnne.
Tender loin, soar rib, oig'a foaL loaf
laaro, etc., at Giiaore' pork house.
Call and as the haad-oarvad bed room
suite at Holbrook'a, Davenport -
Statuary of all kinds at Hocbinger's
tl neat tweona street, Uateoport.
Receiviag new good every day and
old at low price at 11. F. Cord', .
Art novel tie of all kind at Haublaga
. ' ,in or a . . . -
a, iu r . oecoDO mtwi, tsvenpon.
Christmaa trees and trae ore amen la
loveiy assortment ax &reu a Hath a . a
Parlor suite aad fancy chain of every
ocecripuoo at tioiorooa a, f a van port
Th largoat assort aseat of Xmas cards
are la b focad ai - fiawbiaer's, Dav
port - " -
- If yoa want avidly fresh and reliabW
candiea go V Krcll Math' palac of
An elegaat assortment of dining table.
chair and hat rack at Holbrook'a, Da
en port r
For all kind of art and art material
go to uaebuger, 119, W. Becoal street.
G to Caecicar for th Caaet work
ia shi AOttrre'h Kaa 119 U. Cxsad
For rubber staiUtf aJ klad go tl
tbe Rock Ialand Steam Rubber Stamp
Works, 1714 Second aveau.
Smyrna rcga, Moqoetto rugs, carpels,
new, lastly and appropriate designs at
The' Adams. 821 Brady t Davenport
Free A f5 Webster's Original Uaabridgi
ed Dictionary with every 130 cash pur
chase at the Adams, 823 Brady street,
Our stock of holiday goods is mora
varied than ever. Dont miss looking It
over. The Adams, 822 Brady stre.t
Fancy pluth rockers, parlor suit Wil
ton rag couches, make desirable Chrtet
mas gift, at Tbe Adams. 322 Brsdy street
- Latest novelties in lamps, albums, wall
pockets, rlocks. ornsmenu. picture,
easels, at The Adams. 828 3rsrly street
The Crown restaurant, No. J708 Sec
ond avenue, la now ready to furaiab you
oysters In every ity'.e. A. B. Jbesa.
Album of Davenport- Newt Twenty
fire views la aa a egant binding, only fifty
cents, at Hueblnge?s gallery, DarCnp rt
and every hook store.
Tbe finest line of fsnev baskets and
botes made especially for Una confer
tiocery, snd suitable for Christmas p ea
ente, csn be found at Kivll St Ma'h's.
Ladies' parlor desks, bookcases, cab.
Beta, music cabinets. f-ncy dining tables,
centre tables, all make lasting fmorvMlnas
as holiday gifts. Tbe Adams. 828 Brady
Tbe only place where yoa csn find a
fine collection of Catholic books, such as
prayer books, holy pictaree, rosaries, etc.
Is at Huebinger's ArtGallery.il West
Serond street Davenport
Give your friend a fin photograph of
yourself for a holiday present Of course
you want the best work and the place to
get It Is at Hnabinger 119 W. econd
street gallary. Davenport.
Have yon seen those elegaat aatla hsad.
pointed novelties la photograph raws la
tie windows of Hueblnger. the Bwcond
street art desler. Davenport Tbey era
beautiful and are givea away with a
Hoebinger. th art dealer at US Wat
Second street Daren port, has this week
received soma of th pieces o' art work,
pictures and statuary ever shown In
Davenport. Con no aseurs pronounce
them very fine Indeed.
Your friend appreciate nothing more
for a holiday present thaa a photograph
of yourself. Hueblnger doe th finest
work In that line, and ha la now
giving away with every dosea of picture
a fine sat la, band-painted photograph
case. It is a beautiful present 119
West Second street Davenport
3. I. Stoaraasa, atasagar.
Saturday, December 27s
A. M. Palmers Co.
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Theatre has mt kaova. !t. T. Hctala. -
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Star of Bethlehem
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V THI3 CHRISTMAS
arrlBg a ftw dUooa
taatea tsd badiy-trmto la.
dlaat Uk coontn ki aa - - - - ui as.
ioya a ptvpeHtr that wk a atrala as
im iau (aavrai tiMka caaaat
CAUSE FOR JOY
tar ha abaadaatlr loaad la this raadtttaa aad tt
M 1 Mil
JOY FOR YOU.
We ! at Wart
thara U arant pvataa
hr fnr Tna to tMka inktrt htacT
aaa u. v. 1 trior aa
actrra la tweanat
tack ol Jn-fiai
AND YOUR FRIENDS
win ha dtMfhtod
with mmj ni,ctoa ra aar
auk rroat thi (tmi ttark. cay
arlj aad ktn ar m1m
C. C. TAYLOR'S,
Xas. tag sad m Sacaad aaaa.
Call and see Those Fine
Tr Ow LotafU, vcrf ct, at
' ROBT. WALL'S,
HW, Hit and lH Third Aaa.
Tlie Little Jewel
DAVE YOU 8EEN IT !
If you want a lamp of any hi ad. It
will pay yoa to se what I aeva. Th
rang In prioai from 18 caaU op, aad
th varWty aad style I just as great.
- i ' Looatxr.,
. .. Cmta am OLxaa,
. . , ... ' H09 aataaa Aaaa.
Lfcd a St;v;:rt
n.irntitsi. ' '
wVftBadaehand ralknaaU thaWaaUai taa
Oral a a btlloaa ateMxrf lam art.aah as
tliiluiti. Kaon, Pi null . fwna afW
tattoa. fmX tn to aa. Whili twrmca
Sasitrtthlaaaca aha Ixta shown ktoaaag
K9rWaX yr4 CnteTm LltOs lTTlf mm
r Wrm 1 til lIlsatslTi.inilhf lls1llsmisil k gllsimaalsllssai
So mt tmm Chisdt
--'-1 1 " in nil na
Soimctiy Ih 1 1 will Sad tan bill nUtaJ.
a, la ao nui y ibmi Uv-r nU aut ha lb
flttSataaacf asBiaaf Vm that iMatsivfar
iwanktcargnal haaat. Oar nOJacamMahiis
Urtrt Ltttl Llitr rm mn vwy wJ aad
Tbe r ctrtctlr ranbbb aa
U04 or rw li
rar bat Ht titmtt a-attaartloa ok
. aMStham. iBfUtetlKMl.. Bmball
trf dracsMU avaTTahaia, ar aau hf aad.
CAKTEN aaFtMOmi CO, Nw Vor.
SkUUl FIL SHALL DCSL SWi PtUCJ:
The holiday sessoa produce every
where a revival ot interest In hooks. For
ther are no other gtfu o geaeraHy ap
predated noes mora varied la adapts
tlon. or mora pleating to th recipient.
They coeae aa a friend, a eoaaaellor, a
keepsake, a son roe of estertalasteat a
mine of knowledge. Ia th hlgteat
clvllixstion says Emevane, "th brok m
tlU the hUhest delicht"
It CRAMPTON St Co .
Th extensile bookscllcn aad stationers
of Rock Island have provided for thi
eason's trade an unusually large aad at
tractive collection of hooka of Variooa
publishers of the coaatry. Th public
generally at a cordially lavited to vialt tbe
store: Seveateoa-tweaiy-eeve 8ecoad
avenue, to iaspect the stock aad leera th
Of Irving. Dickens. Thsckcry. Bulwer,
Ruskia, Oaorge E ltott. gaaael Baedsra.
Hawthorns. Bbakespeara, Oneyot Uom.
Macanlay. Oibboa. Oreaa's Engl aad. Baa
croft Preacot. Rawllaaoa ia doth aad
We offer until after tbe holidays: Th
Caxton lSmot, which laclad over oa
buadrad different styles of famous bocks.
p tated oa good paper aad haadsnaavly
bwoad ia crap cloth, pric oaly 25c.
worth 75s. alo th f avont pocket dic
tion try only 10c .
tlistoriaaa, nov Amu. la seta ssl ep
rata volaaaea-. Vtrious axtliioai and btad-
Ia morocco, ivory aad Z calf blading
90 oeats and npwanla.
I MAGNIFICENT XEW ART BOOK.
Among then are tan loa for 18ML
Th hber Gall-ry. Nature aad Art Bong
ol toe Kiver. EaOvotto. Kaoeat agl
Art Night 8g. Ustler Bioa 8ky. Lalah
Kooa. Poems bt Paastoe, Mlltoa's Para
dim L-Mt Paleauac. Africa, La Foelaina's
rabka. aad ssaa outer raaclnf ia
from 91 85 to flS.
JUVENILE AND lOI BOOKS.
A uparb liaa to suit all aces at bed
rock pneca Bmks as large aa the Chat
torbox for 90 to 85 cents. Lrara books
with bright pictures.
BARGE FAMILY BIBLES
Usadanaaer aad cheaper thaa rwevrvJy;
Oiford Teachrtt Bibles ia all tho Var
ious gradas. Ia this hna we htva aa
Asaerlcaa rrpnat saaca cheaper lata
PRAYER AND OYMNAL9
la eels large prist, late edition.
CATDOUC PRATER BOOR
A very dtirab aaanrmeet fw bid
aad yoaag U cent to fitodoUara aarh.
THE NEW WEBSTER INTERNA'
Which has heea la preprratlo for
years, a greed wotk.
Alao tbe cheap cdi'lont. rholograpa.
dictionary aad eut-tprepa boldets, aiouas
aaa wide reage ta style aaa price.
w riUeg aek to seal ssorroco aad plaab
Coil trs aad caff boxes, coa h sad brath
arts from f 1 50 lo 925. amoklag acta,
dreasioc catra, wotk soil, fancy broom
BAokleU aad Xavaa carls oa orats to
FINE LEATHER GOODS.
Poket Booki for ladies, geats aad child
drea. card catea, phtiraib hwtrra, ci
Fountain pent, gold a aad peactia.
NeW g antra, blocks, ptpetetk-s, oVcurahrd
mad piaiai all grade.
Aad basket, haadtome new lie.
Thar I no end of haadtomely.
Eichioga engraving, watar colors. Ac
Pacuarc framed to order from new stykt
Aad view we have something very do
ddedly new Amerkaa and lorriga views.
Scopes range Iron. 7i: to f I. .
Boch aa rocking horst. Vclodpedea,
erprraa wagota, doll petaiutu,aturt, A
Th mo-t popular toy of . tha seeaoa t
the Kw liarwkas Ilstol with varuaaa
rubber tipped arrow aad tar ret. 5 Jo ta
brotxe, 7Sc in nickel.
iwllialaflBtktatA. bf f , im
Barla their Rolldar Bala of JLadiaa.
Oonu and Children' Handkarchiefs
W show th largostODoa rtock la tha
city. everrtMrig dlaplarad to fuU view.
rromuacnaapastto tha baat grade.
Bay early while th assortment is com
Ladioa' aad Children s'col'd borders 1
Ladias colored border..- 2o
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Oonu larg six cord edge.. &c
mamnr whito bemnsod suchad fio
I-adW' all Unen. A. 6. 7 aad Be
Imitation Jaoaaeae A.
Genu' colorad borders, large aizoa,
Great variety of Ladioa'. Oonts' and
tnudranr in bettor rradaa.
Ladles' aad Genu Initial, a3 Unen. E5o
Articles of nUUty ar balag mora
aad more nought after for
Wa karri BothitLr bat rwu..
no Torn. We caa art-re yoa wall taoao
"Roclc TralnnH. Illiririia.
GLEMANN fe SALZLIAKII.
What Would be a Useful Chris'rnas Present:
CLEr.iAun a snLzr.innn.--v
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue, ,
And No. 131, 1M and 188 8!xte.tli 8treet,
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Rer Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER,
RemoTed to 219 Seventeentli Street
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Tte Uaaara la
OIL CLOTHS, SHADES, DRAPERY, Etc.
The Largest XinG
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We ar axdnarva acxctr f r t
Eanipoiaa walatr. Tbao mn I'M
ndoraod by Jonsoss MUlor, cli
eoasidavwd th moat vmrbe t '
vralatovor oBerad to tha pat.::-. V.
alao n th frUowtag yvrmiar a wwtl
rmrl mm' mm. f r
Jmt i. r i.iS ow i
taihiiainS aad MUHnwli.
A Ladies' WridDg D.si.
A Ladie' Bookc&ae.
A Lmdie-a' lftuic cabinet.
A Floe Sideboard.
A Floe Ontra Table.
A Fancy chair.
1 Fancy Rocker. -And
many otber nice and nae
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at Ws aa artaw a
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