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DID YOU EVER
hear a Horse laugh? If Hot, buy your
horse a Christmas present of a nloe
warm Stable Blanket, and hear what
be will say and see his broad, broad
smile, andfnotioe his appreciation of
vour kindness. Now that all, or nearly
all of the human kind have had each
a happy Christmas and the children
and everybody have had their Christ
mas presents, be kind to your horse,
and he will more than repay you with
good honest work-
We have good stable blankets at
S8o- They are the bst New Hamp
shire one strap blanket, the two straps
come at 68a Also the Five A and Iron
side Kersey and other better stable
The Mlddleton Sqnare and the
plaid Dexter. Also the well known
which nerrr fw)a or change color
Lap mhM, whip. tultm and a few Kti of
ilnn'He and ulnele kimna will be tfloaed oat Oar
lug the next lea day. at half price.
Oar .lock nt Bed Co, fort. Is rery large and we can pleats the most critical. Price ranslns
In the'&itaa 8 JL covaied. Thty an of the beat material and made by the beet mi-
1712. HI. 1716. 1718. 1720 and 1788 Bkcojtd Atbnttb.
Jinko or Cat Baskets, all sizes.
New styles ot baskets opened each
Something new in Doll Hammocks.
All the latest Games.
Lamps, all kinds.
China and Glassware.
We will place on sale Thursday the
finest line of Plush Goods ever brought to
tb fit), and to be sold at less than
mmufaciurers' prices. Couie and get
our prices before purchasing anything in
tbe Holiday Hoe.
Copper-Smithing, Sheet Iron. Gas and
Steam Fitting, Also Sewer work.
BAKER & HOUSMAN,
Opposite Hakpxb Houax.
J. B. ZIMMER,
Tint WELL KNOWN
Has just returned from Europe and would be pleased to see his friends at
his place of business in
Stab Block, Opposit Hakpjeb Housx.
FALL AND WINTER SUITINGS
for 1890-91 have been, received.
Kanafactnrvr of all kinds of
-BOOTS AND SHOES r
eenU'Fln. S boss a specialty. KepsJrlag dona asatly and promptly. '
A ahareofymparonairmpsetfuHy solicited. '
- . 1618 Second Avenue. Rosk Island. 111.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Syrupy
AcU quickly, is perfectly safe and never fails to'cu-e all Lung troubles.
TRY IT. : . i'Jo, 85c and 00c Bottles.
L Msdlcln known (or all Kidnoy. Long and Stomach tronblM. la - ..
Thomas Kidney and Liver Pills.
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Commence fn Monday a. m. the
2Btn our annual slaughter of bed
blankets and bed comforts begins- V
The scarlet Fairfax blankets go at
$2-14. Two other styles, elegant, aQ
wool scarlet blankets at $2 75 and
$2.92. Cheap colored blankets, medi
um quality and good colored blankets
all go into this mark down-
White bed blankets begin at 68o a
pair and other prices ranging up to
$2 50. The celebrated Ogden blankets
pura wool both wrap and ailing go in
at this sale at
$2.50, $250, $2.50.
The (treat biff eleven qnarter Shamrock wh'te
Blanket go at $? I8. Tbe Marathon, bte eleicant
15 Blanks I reduced to SI. The Fort Worth a
.rratnigpnie whit wool blanket both warp and
Ailing. We have been uainK lbrra aa oar great
leader at 4. We have one cam (W pair) which
weenalloAVrln thi rmleat 48 8? per pair, would
be cheap at $4.80. We alro include oar SneCall
forntaand Aanrallan wool b:anket at price mat
will not be competed with eleewhera.
Popular 13mo Books 25o.
We also have a complete line of padded
Art Booklets frm 5c op. " ... ' -Albums
by the 100 and at prices which
can't be equaled.
Etchings and Frames, just the thing
for Xmas. Watch us for bargains this
1705 Second Avenue.
Branch Store 400. 15th St., Moline.
for the Celebrated
OUR STREET RAILWAYS.
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The Chicago Directory Attain la tbe
- City. ;"
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larrease l Capital Heck Vte4
This morning President "Walker, Vice
President Mitchell, Mam gins: Director
Laoderbacb, Secretary and' easurer Buck
ingham, Director Dickinsc a and Stock
holder Uillett of tbe Chics go street rail
way syndicate, owning the various lines in
tbe cut s of Rock Island. Davenport and
Moline. at rived from the ast and at 11
o'clock tbey made a trij ' of inspection
over tbe Rock Island '& Milan road in
company with President Bass. Mayor
McConochie and Messrs. I'eet. Hurst and
Curtis, Mr. Haas htviog p -ovided a spe
cial train a motor and ci r for tbe ac
comodalion of tbe visitor i. An hour or
more was spent at tbe to er where a sort
of informal business metu.'g was held
and tbe prty returned to the city at one
To an A nous reporter ho got a mo
ments conversation ' w th him as he
alighted from tbe car. President Walker
aid: "We are merely here on a little
business conected with o ir local enter
prise. This afternoon we "ill hold a meet
ing at Davenport of too Davenport &
Rock Island railway company and Increase
ur capital stock, this bet jg necessary be
cause of the meeting of necessary ex.
perenes. Oar , electric equipment yon
know is to be paid for an 1 then we have
other demands for funds .0 get our sys
tem here in shape so that it will be en
tirely satisfsctory to ourselves and to
Asked as to tbe report) 4 embarr ssed
condition of tbe company Mr. Walker
said: 1 -
"Many reports have gone out without
the least shadow of fnindation. We
have had no disagree sent with Mr.
Holmes, though he ban been forced by
pressure of his various oilier business en
terprises to sever his comiectioa with the
Davenport & Rock Want railway com
pany. Everything is w irking satisfac
torily and unless we are pushed too hard
in Moline I think we anal come out all
This afternoon at Davenport tbe capi
tal stock ot the Davenpoit & Rock Island
railway company was raised from $500,
000 to $750,000 at a meeting of the direc
The probabilities are ' hat the officials
of the greet railway comoies will pay a
visit to Moline before ret timing and en
deavor to persuade the niavor and coun
cil of that city to desist lt its oppressions
upon the company.
FOL'GQT TO A FINISH.
Bat five Raaada Bet tie it A rrlse
right la Prealtar JarraaalBK
What city other than BE oline would have
thought of having a f rizs fight in a
building dedicated to tha work of uprais
ing tbe fallen and encouraging morality
and Christianity T Tbe circumstance
wou!d probably would n 9t have occurred
in any other city. Yet It did happen in
Moline.. That proud cUt's F. M. C. A.
building was Saturday n ght the scene of a
bloody and earnest e hlbition of tbe
manly art. so called. Tie gymnasium of
the building had been rented to Mr. Mc-
Intire, the pugilist, who let the partici
pants aiid their friends in the rear door
snd there they had it to their hearts, con
tent, in the very heart e f tbe city. The
principals were Jack Carripan, an eld
time Boston bruiser, sad Jo Tansey, of
Memphis. The men stripped to the
waist and wore sis ounce gloves. The
conditions were three minute rounds and
one minute rest, to a fit ish. Six rounds
were fought in the prest nee of fifty sports
from the tri cities. Ta ibbt had the best
of it from the first and in the sixth
knocked his opponent c ver the ropes and
won. The match whic 1 had begun at
9:30, lasted just half an hour.
Chris Wabl was refer e and Gus Nydsn
and Harry McCoy, all c f Moline, seconds
Over $5C0 changed bands on the result.
the stakes beiDg made op largely from
the gate receipts at $2 i ticket. Neither
man was senonsly inju -ed, and Carrigan
is still in Moline, but Tansey skipped
TO FAVOR PROPER CLOSING.
The Sleeting ta ha II eld at Daveapert
Seat ttuaday aa I the Oljeet. '
At has been stated is the Argus, at the
last regular monthly maeting of the Tii
City Labor Congress. 1 eld in Hirer's hall.
this city, it was decide I to hold a series
of Sunday afternoon meetings, alternate
lag in tbe three citiei, beginning with
Davenport, Jan. 4, for the purpose of a
public discussion of the reasons for
shorter hoi r3 of labor and no workorbusi
iness on Sunday.
The first meeting will be held in G. A.
R. hall, Davenport, on next Sunday af
ternoon, Jan. 4. Bpenkers are limited to
ten minutes, and can ied tbeir papers or
make verbal, address t, as they please.
The subjects, and or.h r of speaking, ar
ranged by tbe commit ce, will be aa fol
lows: .. ... . '
1. A clerk's plea fur Sunday rest and
early closing By a ci irk.
2. A merchant's reasons for Sunday
rest and early clo-mg By a merchant.
3. Physiological r sasons "for Sunday
reast and early closing By a physician.
4. A liberal Germs a s reason for Sun'
day rest and early clot ing By a German.
5. Educational fei tures ot labor or
ganizations By an elitor. -
0. What organization has done far
one trade By a mem ler.
The Christmas festh -at of Trinity parish
was held at the church last evening.
There was a beautiful tree nxely Domi
nated and decorated and the exercises
consisted of .carols, responsive singing
and an address to tbe children by tbe rec
tor, Rev.' R. F. Street. The children
were presented with : booklets and candy.
. Tbe annual Christn as festival of Trin
ity mission will be held this evening. '
Tbe South Park ch ipel will hold Its
Christmas tree tomortvw night.
Fred Young, the t
Burlington depot, is
a son who will no do
the iron steeds of sot
his pa before him do
Mr. S."W. Searle c
kief operator at tbe
the happy father of
ibt some day guide
le great railway aa
tme up tows this
morning with his fac
smiles. It is a girl.
i fairly wreathed in
The nronrietors of iiv's Cream Balm
do not claim St to be a cure all, hut a mire
remedy for catej ' in the bead and
hay fever. .J '"Vor
"Jiaa, the raaaa avaiarday Klaht
"fa Cleaaaeaw Case" Taatwraw
A, M.- Palmer's excellent company
gavs a highly meritorious presentation of
"Jim, the Penaaa" at Harper's theatre
Saturday night. It was decidedly the
best dramatic treat of the season and
should have had a much larger house.
Notwithstanding that this is said to be
the last season of this production its bold
upon those who erjiy that class of plays
Is strong as ever. The play telling aa it
does of a clever forger's deeds and bow
one crime led him to another until be had
woven his owa trap about his head, is
familiar to theatre goers.. The acting of
Charles Rieeel, who plats the part of
"Jame. Ralston" (the "Jim" of the play.)
came in for much favorable comment.
The ' Nina" of Louise Rial was a most
excellent characterization. As tbe
ronged wife the victim of "Jim, tbe
Penman'" e'everest forgeries, she won
the repeated plaudits of the audience.
J ames L. Carhart I lays "Baron Hart-
feld," and his work is most favorably re
ceived. Edward Travers plays ' Cspiain
Redwood," the drawling, drowsy, clumsy
detective. The other persons in the com
pany are: Hardy Vernon, who plays
"Louis Percival;" T. A. Waabburne.
Lord Drelincourt;". Hiss Livingston,
Mrs. Chapstone;" Wm. 8beldon, "Jack
RalstoD;" Evelyn Hardy. "Agnes Rals
ton;" Grace Qraves,"Lady Dunacombe."
"THE CLEMKKCEAC CASK "
Tomorrow night the celebrated "Cle
menceau Case" is to be presented at Har
per's theatre. Probably nothing in tbe
way of a sensation could be offered the
public that would attract larger business.
"Tbe Clemenceau Case" is very distinctly
French from beginning to end. . The
play will be presented here by tbe origi
nal company under the management of
Mr. Wm. A. Brady who has secured tbe
right for the original Standard theatre
production from the adaption of Mr. Wm.
Fleron. The success of tbe play every
where has been beyond precedent, tt is
constructed out of pure French material
of love and intrigue, but so curiously in
terwoven as to cause unusual comment.
The sense of dramatic effect which Dumas
so pre eminently possesses is shown in
almost every scene. No brain but a
Frenchman's could ever, have eyolved
Tbe Clemenceau Case." Tbe cast em
braces Miss Sibyl Johnstone as Tza, Gus
tavus Levick, Charles Cent, Jennie Reif
farth and others.
The Baltimore Journal says:
"The Clemenceau Case" may be sum
moned up aa a series of strongly dramatic
situations ending in a climax of impassi
bility. There is a scene opening tbe third
act which the suggestive draping or rather
undraping of one actress has given a arv
toriety that has caused tbe play to become
known to the theatre-goers tbe country
over. Probably nine-tenths of the audi
ance at the Academy came principally to
see "the model. " They saw it and were
disappointed mosl'of them happily dis
appointed. For less than half a moment
tbey aaw a abapely bead, seek and shoul
ders and a well moulded arm given a pure
white color by tbe black back ground and
tbe white ailk tigbta in which the model
was clothed ; tbe rest of tbe form waa
draped, and when Iz i stepped from tbe
pedestal, and at the same instant waa
robed in a dressing gown by Clemenceau,
the scene was over.
A pretty home weddins of tbe week
waa that of Mr. Lou G. EJdy, of Rock
Island, I1L, and Mias Georgia B. Harber,
at tbe residence of the bride's mother.
Mrs. N. Harber. 1730 McGee street. Tbe
attend an ta were Mist Lore Roberts and
Mr. J. A. Thompson. Miss Alice 8.
Mitchell played a wedding march as the
bridal party entered the parlors, and sub
dued notes of "Annie Laurie" during the
ceremony, by Rev. T. EL Vassar. Choice
refreshments followed hearty congratula
tions. The presents were numerous and
handsome. Dancing concluded the happy
evening. Mr. and Mrs. JLldy loft yester
day for Rock Island, III., where the?
will reside permanent'y. Kansas City
. Aa Satsrpristaf lam.
Tbe bankrupt cloak store at No. 113
West Second street, Davenport, are sj
well satisfied with the result of their trade
there, tbey have leared, for a period of
five years, tbe premiaea tbey now occupy
and the room adjoining on tbeeast which
has been occupied by a shoe store. Arch
ways will be put in and the two butldinga
will be remodeled to suit the convenience
of the business, Tbe establishment will
be called "Tbe Bell," E. A. Vogelhuth
proprietor, and wilt handle a full line of
clothing for gentlemen, as well as cloaks
for' the lsdies. and a full assortment of
notions. Tbey will occupy the whole -of
the two buildings and will be ready for
buelneta about January 15.
Fine Candies at K. A M'a. . .
Your own prioel on holiday goods at
Cramp ton a.
Go to Hoi brook's, Davenport, for car
pets and silk curtains. .
Nice baled bay for sale by John Evans.
Leave orders at city scales. ,
A good girl wanted for general bouse
work at 1114 Second avenue.
Tenderloin, spare ribs, pig's feet, leaf
leard, etc.. at Gilmore s pork house.
Call and see the hand-carved bed room
suites at Holbrook's, Davenport.
Christmas trees and tree ornaments, . a
lovely assortment, at Erell A Math's.
Parlor suites and fancy chairs of every
description at Holbrook's, Davenport.
If you want strictly fresh and reliable
candies go to Krell A Math's palace of
An elegant assortment of dining tables.
chairs and bat racks at Holbrook's. Dav
: A handsome line of book ' cases and
cabinets just received at Holbrook's, Dav
For rubber stamps of all kinds go to
tbe Rock Island Bteam Rubber Sump
Works, 1714 Becond avenue.
The Crown restaurant. No! 1708 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish yon
oysters In every styie. A. a, Johnson,
proprietor. . :..
E. B. McKown sells hard wood in
lengths, cut or split; soft ooaL lump and
nut, corner Fifteenth street and - First
avenue. Telephone 1188.
The finest line of fancy baskets and
boxes made especially for fine confec
tionery, and suitable for Christmas pres
ent, can be found at Krell ft Math a.
The taxes for 1890 are now due and
pavable to the township collector at tbe
County Treasurer's office In the court
house. ; Owners of real estate are re
quested to bring their last year's tax re
ceipts ta order to save time In finding the
description ol tneir property - on the
books. DAVTB FmOKBALD.
- Township Collector.
As I intend moving from the city soon.
I wish to rent my residence on tbe corner
of Twenry-third street and Seventh ave
nue. Also ail or the boasenotd furniture
will be for sale. .- T. F. Can,
race and gnty?r- ' """" and
Mr. Lewis Wilson, of Roral, waa la tbe
Shoemaker wanted at 160S Third ave
nue. 3. N. Camp.
Mr. Adam Schoeuler and daughter, of
Preemption, were !a the city today.
Dr. Eii Bradford, of Wayne, Neb., is
visiting bis old friend. Dr: Paol la this
Miss Aonia Kirkpstrlck. principal of
school district No. 6, is visiting ia Iowa
Mrs. J. F. Bell, of Fort Riley. Ka.. is
visiting her parents. CapC end Mrs. T. J.
Bernard Kelly the robe thief waa held
ia bonds of $400 by Magistrate Wivil and
sent to l all in default.
Mrs. Elizbeth Wagner, mother ot P.
J. Wagner; died at her son's home at 8:10
this afternoon, aged 74.
Oysters, turkey and all tbe delicacies of
the season at tbe New Year's dinner at
tha First M. E. church New Year's day.
George Snow, tt Chicago, arrived at
the Harper this morning. He is here to
direct the putting of tbe machinery ia
place at tbe electric power station.
Tbe St. James hotel, corner Fourth
avenue and Twenty third street is now
open to tbe public. Those desiriog a
home-like hotel will do well to call. J.
. Ryan proprietor
Tomorrow occurs the special legisla
tive election ordered by. Gov. Flfer and
the republican party of the Twenty-first
district to accomplish partisan ends at tbe
expense of the public.
Supt. of Schools R. S.Kembla, Prof. J.
H. Southwell and Principal W. A. Bishop
ot the High school, left this morning for
Springfield to attend tbe state teachers'
The London ia preparing ita window
for the counting of the pyramid of nuts
on New Years. Tbe ladies who intend
counting tbe nuts are all engaged. Watch
out for tbe announcement of tbe lime
when the counting will begin. Every
Mr. E. W. Hurst is sending around to
hia business friends in behalf of tbe
American Fire Insurance company of
New York an article of ornamental and
every day use for a desk, ia the way of a
varia-colored pen wiper, in one corner
of which ia a miniature calendar.
Mr. E. 8. Shaw, a former resident of
Rock Island, ia back again oa business,
and will remain a month or so. Mr.
8haw was in the insurance business here
previous to 1870, when he removed to
Chicago, and be is now traveling for a
New York publitbiog boots.
A horse attached to a delivery wagon
became frightened at a train of care ca
the C. B. A Q. road on Second avenue
between Tweuty-flrat aad Twenty-aecoad
streets late Saturday afternoon, and being
unable to get away, threw ita front lege
up into the air and fell dead. Tbe ani
mal was actually f rightene 1 to death.
Dr. Geo. Merryman of Moline haa been
recently placedJnaaembarraeaing position
through bis name having been connected
with the robbery of the Parker family
near Cable, owing to the absurd and ill-
founded accusation of a boy. Tbe
Pleasant Ridge Vigilant committee haa
prepared for the Anacs statement exon
erating the doctor which will be published
Mr. Fred Haas received this morning
the deeds from both the Rock Island and
Burlington roads for tbe necessary rights
over their tracks for viaduct purposes.
The abstract is now bein j prepared by
Mr. M. E. Sweeney, it being necessary lo
obliterate a number of technical errors
and as soon as this is accomplished all
trouble will be practically overcome.
County Superintendent C. B. Mar
shall came down from Cordova to his of
fice this morning for tbe first time in sev
eral daya He has been confined to his
bouse with throat and lung difficulties
and is still feeling much indisposed, but
be felt that hia duties must have his at
tention without any more delay than was
Another of the npperend of the connty
eld settlers died lsat week. Mrs. Monroe
Swanks, of Zuma, died on her seventieth
birthday Dec. 24. and waa Luried Bator-
day. She leaves a husband aad the fol
lowing children; Joseph S. in Iowa, Da
niel and John In Zuma and Mrs. Smith
in South Dokata. Mr. Swanks had lived
in Rock Island County since 1810.
Msyor McConochie has appointed An
drew Etzel polloeman in place of Mark Tho
mas. The appointment ia one of tbe beat
tbe mayor ever made, Mr. Etzel being
an old policeman and is eyeryway quali
fied for the position. The mayor should
assign him to the day patrol as he is just
the build tot a policeman and on the cen
tral beat especially, would make a good
impression oa strangers coming ioto the
The revival meeting at the Christian
church began again Sunday morning with
great interest. The house was packed to
its utmost last night. Mr. Boyerpraacbed
a sermon on "Sin and Its Cure." It was
an able ani convincing presentation of
tbe gospel teachings. At the close sev
era! personf came forward and confesaed
their faith in Jesus Christ. The subject
tonight is "Moses and Christ." a chart
sermon, with bsptismal service at tbe
Before Justice Cooke Saturday, and a
jury composed of Messrs. Jsmea Dixon,
P. J.Wagntr. J. E. Larkia, James Mo
Conochie, J. W. Jones and D. T. Jame
son, wai tried the suit of John Grute-
koat vs. Fred Applequiat. Tbe plain
tlffa daughter. Lizzie, worked for Mr.
Appelqulat and the father demanded that
her earninga be paid into his hands. This
Mr. Applequiat refused to do, paying the
girl instead, so Gratekost aned for $7-48
a'leged to be doe him. The jury awsrded
the plaintiff fifty cents.
Ia the county court before Judge
Adams ia being tried the ease of Samuel
McCoanell againgst the estate of John
VcConnell who died at his home ia Bow
ing towniahlp last Aplrl. He left his
property, about $4,000. to various Pres
byterian societies. His brother Samuel
McConnell now puts fa a claim for $873
for board and attedadanoe covering a
period of two yeasr. Mr. Adah Pleasants
represented tbe societies ani Messrs,
William Jackson and C. L. Walker
"The Druid organisations of Rock I si
and and Moline are seriously considering
abandoning their charters. - This is in
pursuance with a coarse decided upoe by
the meeting of representatives ia Chicago.
This, tt is stated, will to accomplished at
once, and as soon as practicable a new
aaa independent order will be organized
but tbe nature of It is as yet very ia
CeZXX. Other titzt tLrt t:t t
Agala ttfs ease very aearbHag s fat
al eocUeai oa the aloea vaster Jay after
tsraooo, two UtUe seat of Br. Freak
Keeaaa geuivg la to the water ap lo taair
recki aad it was only by aa eJaeoot aairac.
nlons latsrveatioa that the yon agar es
caped drowning. Today there are a ant
her of boys oa the slough aai there ap
pear to be a good may air holes. Ills
not desired lo to hard oa the hoys, bat
the authorities should iatarfere with the
reckJeeanees If it is lobe earned to sack aa
extent at to an danger aaeaea lire.
Tb I-aria at Dim' M.ra.
Old Paris is vaotly Intmstiae; and caav
to visit, too; D'ArUfraaa woo id hava
stared at tta mortem map, and wool J hard
ly tiave round the city of iam anon it: for
ot tbe one bnmlrH nod 5ight or tool ruled
aqaana, which barely include the Mim.
olis of today, a dosea c-rer the towi of the
JlotketecT, tha walla of which apoa the
rifbt bank of tbe Mnr rat straight arrow
the gardes of the Toihrka, a U4 o(T a cor
ner of thapnarot Palais Royal gardens,
ran nortbeaitt to the boaterards. tbca rai
ly what tbeir name sJgiiiriea-fnrnfled
raraparta and followed them to tbe IUs-
tille. Krt-n during tbt voath of tbe Moa-
keteers these walls had grown elaatieiaad
sieges ot great ctxhtm wrre out of faahloa.
Henry U bad lowered the walla, and Kk-h-
elien broached them to make way fur toe
ratals cardinal, which bis last will caanii-
ed into the Palais Royal and property c'
The bourgeois life had flowed orer the
ramparts long nnre. or straggled oat
through the fortified gates into tha faa
bourga, but it ia mainly within their an
tique limits that the old house are found
today, by hundreds, from tbe Bastille to the
Louvre, and from tbe Boulevard St. Dents
to St. Germain des Pres. They are easily
Tecognixauh, for they thrust tsemsuivia
out at the girdle like tbe ladies and gentle
men who wore tbe wadded gowns aad
doublets of 1037. K. H. and E. W. Blash-
ueld in Serihoer'e.
Tat aad ran.
Fred I wish ni etrl wonld hnm n.
and marry me, if she is going ta
r-awlrj u she keeping you in suspense?
Fred Xo, expense. Detroit Free Press.
Tw ftses QMtlasi Aeaia.
"Uncle Abe. they tell me vour colored
church is very exclusive?
"It tries tn be. ash. but er white nvaa
frill snaak In erpaainnally. Eoorb.
It ia dangerous lo neglect catarrh, for
it leads to bronchitis aad coeeaatptioa.
Hood s Sarsaparilla cures catarrh la all
t. X. If ssranaa.
Tuesday, December 30.
DRAMATIC BIT OF TBI SSaaOXI
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Oasts Lntck, Charts. Ksat sad Jeaats Ictf-
rana, aaa saursonglasl oaasy Baser
tas dlrasdoa of la A. Bessy.
Tirkat sa sals Maeday.Sata, at Bsras Disi
Star of Bethlehem
asrer sssa. sa s Cartststas a
waare at wortA rr)oWwe son
thss It will rejoin
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assise ss4 sadly-lr.si. ta
diss, las soaatry ka at asaos sad sa
Joym s vmeerUy UaU eras each a strata as
las isle gsa.fl eiecUoa rsssm
CAUSE FOR JOY
suy b abaadsnUy foaad la tals coadltios aad tt
HI I.U Ol
JOT FOR TOU.
Ws hops st least
tans U sary opportaa
try for yna ta aaak masts sappy
' sad C. C. Taylor ku kssa psrUealsrlr
SCtirs ta secarlBC a apleaaid
stock ef joy-fiiara. Tasy
AND TOUR FRIENDS
win he delighted
with say select los yea Buy
t. fnaa thl. sr.st stock. Coats
early sad hate yosr sslse-
C. C. TAYLOR'S,
Hot. lets sad ITU Reeoat arsaaa.
Gall and see Those Fine
Tea Car Loads, vary eassa, at
MI0, 16tt and ISM Third Arsaaa,
The Little Jewel
HAVE YOU SEEN IT !
If yon aat a lamp of aay kind. It
will pay you to see what I hare. Tbe
range la prion le frosa IS coats ap. aad
the Tariety and stylo Is just oa fraat.
Canea am Qua,
a a si Unas tas syvaaawaasa'aa
asaaaasMa " aat'wlaWae '
tTaVayaa y CaraVB UlOs Umw TV BBS
vik ir i-a
IA- the. pmbM ! at i
Satin fCTtalMri mm, astmtis.
Bssriisn n k ae
MskassaMsyar sslhalUa HI ant a W
amaasmaiatiliw, r-r- --r'l InS aaid
fat tat teas af ss aayhsss fas. hse. at mmm
Oar puis aaaMsaus
twi UtOm LNsr Pm.ar.ry sal and
Caarrtre siinefjiaja rvt . Lm vara.
where a reriral of Interest la hooka. For
there are bo other gifts so generally ap
predated aoae saore aaned ia adapts
Uoa. or aoors oiaaaiaa! to the radpieaia.
They coate aa a friend, a eonaeellor. a
keepsake, a source of eaiertaieatrat, a
aiiaa of know led re. "Ia the hirheat
etTiUcauoa" ssya Eaaerana. ihe book at
still the kicbret deHchL"
R. CRAMFTON at Co ,
The exteeaive bookaelWt aad atatkiai n
of Rock Ulead hare provided for this
seaaoa a trade aa BBnenally large aad at
tract! ' collerlioe of books of V ariose
pobliabers of the roastry. The pahlK
geeerell? ere oordislly iarited to Tiait the
store: SrTraieea-lweaty-atTea Second
avenue, to Inspect the stock end leera the
Ot Irrinr, Dickeas. Thackery. Balwar.
itoskia. Ueonr Elliott, ttaatael Baadera.
Bawtborae. Hhake. pears. Oaryot, Baste.
Mscaalay, Oibboa. Oraca's Eaglaad. Baa
rroft. Preeoott. RawUaaoa In cloth aad
We offer notH after the holidars: The
Cat toe 12raos. which iadade orer one
hnadred different styles of f aaaoos hooka,
p-ia ted oa eood paper aad haadaoaaety
bwond la crape doth, price only Tie,
worth 75s. also tbe laTnnle pocket dic
tionary only 10c
Hiatorlana. noaeliata. ia eets aad
rate aolaatea; varioos edttloae aad
In morocco, irory aad flae calf biadiag
do cenu aad apwarrs.
MAGNIFICENT EW ART BOOCs.
Asaong then are the Salon for 1690.
The Kber Gallery. Nature aad Art. Bong
of the Rirer. odTntion, Recent aciaa
Art. Nicht Song. Under Bine Sky. Lalab
Kooh. Poesaa of Paasioa. Milloa'a Para
dies Lost, Palestine, AfncaXe Foataine's
Fable, aad aaaer others ranging ia price
JUVENILE AND TOT BOOKS.
A saperb line to suit all aces at bed
rock prices. Books as large aa the Chat
terbox for TO to 25 cents. Linen books
ith bright pictures.
LARGE FAMILT BIBLES
Handansaer and cheaper than formerly:
Oxford Teachers' Bibles ia all the Tar
loos grades. Ia this line we hare aa
Americaa reprint mock cheaper thaa the
PRATER AND HYMNALS
la seta large print. Isle edition.
CATHOLIC PRATER BOOKS
A very desirable assortment for old
and young 23 cent to five dollars each.
THE NEW WEBSTER INTERNA
Which has been la prrpraratioa for tea
years, a grand work.
Also the cheap edition. Photograph.
dictionary aad aotoprapb holders, albums
and wide ranee ia style aad price.
Writing desk in seal nrorroco aad plnah.
Collars aad caff boxes, coavb and bruak
seta from tl.50 to 25. smoking eeta.
dreesiac casts, work boxes, fancy broom
Booklets and Xmas cards one cents to
FINE LEATHER GOODS.
Poket Books for Udiea. geatt aad child
dree, card cases, photograph holders, ci
roaataia pens, gold peas aad pencils
New gamea. block, papetetiea, decorated
aad piaia, all grade.
Aad basket. haBdaoeae new lias.
There Is no end of haadaoeaely.
Etchings, e a graying!, water color Ac
Pictures framed to order from new style
IN STEREOSCOPES .
And risers we have aoaanthiag aery de
cidedly bow Americaa aad foreige views.
boo pes raage frosa foe to f 1.
Bock as rockleg horses. Velocipedes,
express wegoas. doll perambulators, etc.
The boh popular toy of tbe seaaoa la
the New Harmless Pwtol wtth vacs
rabbar tipped arrow aad target. 6'Je tB
broase.7ac la aiekeJ.
Don't Mistake the
Vires, saj'.sisiiaitii.nav aaailBaisa a
Grand HoMayIIc:K. J: Sale!
Bagta their Holiday Psla of Ladioa.
Onu aad Children's Haadkarcfclefa-
We ahow the laxaraatope atoch la the
city. trrsTYtliijia! dilaywd la fall rtr.
from the ebeepaet to the beat trade.
Bay early whUe the aaaortaaaat u eosa
Ladiea'aad ChUdrens'eoI'd borders le
Ladtoe' colored borders Be
Genu large site cord edge.-... &
Ledtee' while hesBaaed euched ftc
Ladioa ail Unas...... &. 6. T aad 8
Iaottatioa Janaaaae. &e
Oeau'eolorad bordara. Urge alxaa.
8. 10 and ltceata
Craat Tariety of Ladies. Goats' aad
wiuidrene la-baner sradea.
Ladioa' aad Gaate' tatUaL all Uaen. 5o
Article of aUUty are beta snare
nad more aoaght after tor
ttJ. .Vi . . .
BoToya. We can aerre job erell theoe I
"Roclc Tolnnd. Illinniru
CLEL1AIJIT h SA! JiJ.
What Would be a Useful Chrhtrr.is Prcxr.t:
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nob. m, 126 tvnd 123 Sixteenth Street,
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURiMASH
$2.50 Per Gxllon. h
KOHN & ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
MARKET eQUAES. 1
1 TO cr O 2 t s f I i,
aa C3 v: b
W- - a jm aarna f M av m i
M to53c . I I
d S l f 5 f St? S 00 3 .
B IB I s- S3Vi
jr- SJ rS' o p - CT3 ,
8 B -: a- Q . .. o cn
$ calf .? S. 2 O .
-I saad-" 5 S M O . r mmd t f
M c2 rvl 5 S 5 O h
" i ill - ssl a
. . S !L tT Z, hr m isBBim 1 1
KA.NN & HUCKSTAEDT,
5a. 1811 aad ISIS Boecay! avsma.
i u vji iimi
OIL CL0TH3, SHADES, DRAPERY, Etc.
The Largest Line
We are erolesSr a"
Eoalpolsa waist. Th'
amdoraed by Jeautaee 1
atatdered tbe aaoat t
w-alateawr oSerred ta f t '
alao aaU tas (oUoar-iag
A Ladies' DooicAAe.
A Lmdiet' 2'csc cxtinri.
A Fin EideboanL
A Fine On Ita Tabie. -A
1 FAtcr Hooker.
And manj oiLtr t.ir ani cie
- fol article
i ui ir--, i
bjsow a ooraovai
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aPlBWaaah k1ah'aaaa W 900 daWaaf) aaWaaW
JfBval ftSsyAfaBayVWal WWt wMaasVaAeaaa' aaa
kn la t.y S
r- tare tlz-'-i tl f r'J ci