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DID YOU EVER
hear a Horse laugh? If not, bay your
horse a Christmas present of a nice
warm Stable Blanket, and hear what
he will say and see his broad, broad
smile, and (notioe his appreciation of
yonr kindness. Now that all, or nearly
all of the human kind have had such
a happy Cbristmas and the children
and everybody have had their Christ
mas presents, be kind to yonr horse,
and be will more than repay yon with
good honest work.
We have good stable blankets at
68c They are the best New Hamp
shire one strap blanket, the two straps
oome at 680. Also the Five A and Iron
side Kersey and other better stable
THE BLIZZARD BLANKET.
The Mlddleton Square and the
plaid Dexter. Also the well known
whlrh never fade or changes eotor
Lap rones, whip, halters swt few sets of
don! and single harness will be closed oat dur-
ing U nexi u-o asys dsii price.
Our .to of Bd Cot frt IsYery .urge tnd
47c on to fhn hfat ft Rat in mw . ink.A.
wi-ss va bwju w n-ri ib orj inr
from 47c tip to the bent fi e SUne covered.
CIS III MIV ilBlHM OUIId
1713. 1714. 1718,
Jinko or Cat Baskets, all sizes.
New styles of 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
thecitj. and to be sold at less than
manufacturers' prices. Come and gel
our prices before purchasing anything in
the Holiday line.
er-Smithins:. Sheet Iron. G-ns nnd
fcteam Fitting, Also Sewer work.
BAKER & HOUSMAN,
J. B. ZIMMER,
THE WILL KNOWN
Has inat returns! frnm H'nmri anil
big place of business in
Stak Block, Oppobitk Haeper iloTjsK.
FALL AND WINTER SUITINGS
for 1890-91 have
Xaaofartarer of all kinds of
-BOOTS AND SHOES -
Grata Ptaw Shoes aapacitltr. Repairing oone neatly Md prompUr
A share of yonr pstronsjrs respsctfullj solicited.
1818 Second Ayenue. Roak Island. 111.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
DR. McKANN'S '
Acu quickly, ta perfecUy aafe and never fail. t0 cure all Lung trouble.. -TRY
' lOo, 85c and 50c Bottles,
dicllUKmloTsUKldncy. Un. d Stonuch trobl. U
Thomas' Kidney and Liver Pills.
' Kaa sklT.Aa1A CI ' . '
" oampies fejj . -
! ,1 ; U.
fiftrh nnv annnal -tancrhter Of
blankets and bed comforts begins-
TO.e scarlet Fairfax Dians.oi Kw
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two other styles. b" -
wool aoarlet blankets at SS7D ami
$2.92. Cheap colored blankets, medi-
umqnality and good colored Dianae
all go into this mark down
. i ' mi.
. White bed blankets rogia -
pair and other priced ranging opto
$2.50, $2 50, $2.50-
ak-t, .t to u T-'-rstb.n. WI'W
i .. -n-pw worm a
IsoianuiinonrFa n j. "-; J
srratbtf pom whits wool " . r.
wesksllofferin this sales S if r ' V- wo0.1?
s . - a . T I l.ii.Anr fififtfl.11
fomimnd AortmH b a.nkt trice. to.rt
will not be com dc ted with diewnefi.
we cnple te most erl'Ci.1. Prices ranins
iU -....;., i .n,l nauie ttie Mat ma-
1718. 1730 and 1733 8kcokt irvtxm
Popular IScoo Books 25c.
We also have a complete line f padded
Att Booklets fr :m 5c up.
Albums by the 190 and at prim which
can't be equaled.
Etchings and Frames, just u thing
for Xtnas. Watch us for burrtris this
1705 Second A vent
Branch Store 400, 15th St., line.
for the Celebrated
Oppobttb Haepkb Houb.
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iieaea to see his friends at
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ww,"WWJ 1WbS"' " sMaWssTsaMaWsaiaji isjsm
Which Brightens the Hope as we
"""ai -Pr,v-e.t. ar Vara-
The Tear wl IM. t.v-
J6" wl fch takes iu departure at
uc UD Rnt n,, witness mora
probably for I lock Islsod than
I season that in i v
H CTer anown. As
a city wehvc reason to look back udob
I ,j ' -va, st-
.u.ua suiatanual (rains within it
wa wens as to building and commerce.
""' urougm irivsntap-a nf .n i.u...
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I IKU1B BatD'H if. nnr w -
-.wi. aoaoi IDe
te.t gsin.f the, ear has been the
Hennepin CSBal. tha ( .1 i
acunepin csnal. the great national
waterway imin-ovement tnr shik
have struggled and labored all these years.
ou me constr action of which waa vir-
many formal!" entererl nnn i toon
ibe determinition by the national gov.
eminent to establish a 875.000 federal
ouiidlng here, and the practical assur
ance or a f35,000 viaduct over the rails
road tracks at the foot of Twent? -fonrth
street, are enn aerated as chief among the
ureal advantage that have come to Rock
Island from w ithout. Within. Rock Isl
and has mado sure and stead? oroinreas.
fuuybair a Million dollars have been
expended in baildine ImDrovementa.- In
eluding the cc mpletion of the new First
M. E church i.t an expense of $35,000.
wmie the f 30. 000 T. M. C. A. buildin?
ana tbe new llitchell & Lynde business
biock have go .ten so far under way that
toe early mon hs of the coming season
will witness l ieir completion. These are
only the most extensive of the improve-
uxnts mat ba -e characterized our growth
during the sear. The re model i air nf
Trinity church, the overhauling that has
been done at the Harper and Rock Island
houses and Harper's theatre, all come
under the he I of notable improvements
mere nave baen other buildine enter
prises in the ay of business blocks and
residences all over the cilv, which will
bring the total expended in this manner
up to fully $500,000
ui-k jsisnn nas moved on apace la
the way of street improvements, though
tbe advancement has not been of a na
ture that had ieen hoped for or that the
city bad contt m plated. The paviae con
tract on Twentieth street and on lower
Second avenue, has not been fulfilled
tboogh a most earnest effort has been
made by the .jontractors in the face of
many obstacle a and misfortunes to carrv
om ine provisions of the contract. Thru
blocks have leen laid and the openine
oi me approtchmg season will witness
not only the ntire completion of these
undertakings, but further extensions of
we same chaiacter in accordance with
plans the connoil now has in contempla
One of the most notable improvement
la the beautifying of Spencer square, for
wnicb tbe city at much expense laid 1 1
foundation by grading a year ago and
farther evinced its public spirit last
spring by pu .ting in walks. Our pro
gresaive mind id citizens . headed bv Hon
B. T. Cable w ith the gift of the beautiful
memorial fountain, responded heartilv
and liberally, and our present lovely park,
wniicn u the r ride of tbe citv and the com
fort and joy o ' all its people, is tbe result.
in me accomf lishment nf these great ends
mucn should lie said in praise of the tire
less energies, and tbe good judgement of
fars: fjommiat doner Wm. Jackson, whose
labor of love las been productive of so
mucn to K k Island. Following the
example thut set, improvements of
simUar naturj have already been com
menced at Gausley Square and the open
mg of spring will witness the carrvine
forward of syiitematic plan for beautifying
tne para in the lower end of the citv
Not the lew t ef tbe gaina made bv the
city In the pa it year, is the adoptioa of
Bieciricny as u motive power on all our
leading street railwav lines, which will
give to the cl y a means of transportation
not only toal. localities within its limits
but to adjoining cities that is unexcelled
anywhere in 1 be country, to say nothing
ill tne great advantage Rock Island has
achieved in s curing the immense power
plant oi me u i-city system of the Chicago
In the Rock ford construction comnanv'a
brick plant Bock Island has secured an
industry whfc h will prove of sreat ad
vantage to the city and ita people, while
ue prospects are bright for still further
industries of a like beneficial nature.
The new system of street lighting, and
the uniform plan of sidewalk construction
are both characteristic of advancement.
Altogether Bock Island has reason to
welcome 1891 in a most hopeful manner.
batiing such it feeling on tbe accomnliahi
BHguui wc aepsrung year ana to peiieve
that throueh the co-operative efforts of a
progressive municipal body and our Citi-
menu xuipru anient usooisuon, B year
hence may 11 id us even still further along
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aa a cuy tuu oi enierpnae, lire ana
pluck, man e are mis flew xear a eve
Wats h MtwtlaigT Twlgkt
The reviviJ meeting last night, waa
well attended end full of "ToT -...s.'tf-
night there trill be a watch meeting a
regular old fashioned watch meeting.
The excerciiss will begin at 8JJ0 (in staa
hour later lb an on other nights) with a
service of song. After that tbe program
will be as follows:
' 9.00 o'clock address by Rev W- S.
9:30 o'clock address by Rev. C. E.
10.00 o'clr ck address bv Rev. J. H.Kerr
10:80 " Rev. H. C. Mar
shall. lim . - ! Rev G. W. Que.
11:80 " ' Rev.E. W. Bliat.
These add -esws wUI be interspersed
wiih songs. - ...
Dr. and 1 rs. C. C. Carter entertained
The Club in a pleasant progressive euchre
party last evening.
Cy. Dart. Jr., entertained thirty couple
of bis youni friends at bis parent's pala
tial home la it evening.
The West Eod Progressive Eochre
club will m st at the teaidenoa of Mrs.
W. & Know Iton tomorrow evening. ;
Col. J. M. Whittemore gave a dinner to
ten of his lentlemen friends from Rock
Island and Koiine at his residence on the
island last ev ening.
Miss Faniiie Sudlow will receive calls
tomorrow a . her home, 608 Twentieth
street, assist sd by tbe Misies' Dart and
Misses Kittle Gest Ann Buford, Hope
uurt s, seas e Lee, IvsF 'r-a yr
T t . . J-' ' JT
ue w season ana a
Mr. 8. F. Lynde, of Chicago, is in the
city. - .
Dancing school at Armory hall Satur.
Postmaster Wells gave each of his car.
Here a line turkey to begin the new year
Supervisor Naylor and John Barton, of
voai valley, bad business in the city to
Happiness and prosperity to all, the
whole year through, Is tbe Abocs' wish
Mike Collins, residing on Twentv-sec
ona street, is tbe happy father of a new
Mrs. W. O. Hitchcock and daughter, of
Peoria, are visiting at the residence of
There will be set vices at Trinity church
tomorrow at 10 a. m.. being the feast of
Fine sweet Mexican oranges, fine pears.
bananas and pinion nuts and peanuts at
Horo s bank corner.
Messrs. George and David 8e(ter. two
well known young men of Port Byron
township, were in the city today.
air. ubs. boglin is now at his new
headquarters in the Commercial House
where be wool! be pleated to see Lis
County Superintendent C. B. Marshall
bss experienced a relapse in his condition
and baa been obliged to return to his
home at Cordova.
A genuine mid-summer storm occurred at
8 o clock this morning and a copious down
fall of rain which must have made the
farmer's heart rejoice if it extended into
Wm. Dressen tbe popular proprietor
of tbe Atlantic saloon, will have a grand
lunch tomorrow, which will include all
the delecaciea of the season, Tom and
Mr. H. G. Baker, city salesman for
Henry Dart's Son's for six vears. has te
signed to go on tbe road for a Nev York
house, aod Mr. A. D. Welch will succeed
to Mr. B tker's place.
S. A. Marchall will have something
very floe in the way of a lunch tomorrow.
Koast pig and all the extras will const!
tote a part of the grand lunch. He in
vites the public to give him a call.
Mies Ella Blakesley leaves next Mondav
morning for Orange, N. J., to spend tbe
winter months visiting friends. Miss
Fannie Sudlow accompanies her aa far aa
Cbambersburg, Pa., where she re-enters
Frsnk W. Means, the popular engineer
on the C, R. I. & P., left this morning
for Iowa City, where he takes charge ef a
construction train engine, a chance
which will necessitate the removal of hit
family to that city in the spring.
Dr. . H. Bowman and Mr. Samuel
Goode, of Andalusia, were in tbe city to
day. They came up for tbe purpose of
consulting with Dr. Truesdale, concern
ing dr. Goode'a son. David, who is very
low with- long troubles. Dr. Truesdale
accompanied them back to Andalusia.
Tbe ladiea of the First M. E. church
desire your presence at their New Tear'a
dinner at the church tomorrow. Prepara
tions have been made tfor two hundred
dinners. All the palatable things in the
market will be on the table. Dinner
from one to four p. m.
The faithful carriers of tbe Audits
will greet the patrons of the paper with
their annual address tomorrow. Much
pains and expense have been expended
on tbe carrier's address this season and it
is by far me handsomest that has ever
been issued. Remember the boys' in a
friendly spirit when he calls at your door
Ad enjoyable evening was spent last
night at the Twentv-ninth street cbaoeL
The Sunday school had their Cbristmas
exercises, which consisted of sincing bv
the school, a duett by Esther and Etta
Tanner; reading, recitations, etc. In
stead of a Christmas tree, a pyramid waa
designed aod provided bv Herman Riesa.
one of the teachers, which, when lit np.
presented a very lovely sight, and waa
greatly admired by all. Santa Clana waa
expected bnt sent Mrs. 8anta instead,
saying that he had had auite a busv
season and was indisposed.
eeeaaker Felloe Week.
City Marshal Phil Miller's report for
December, shows tbe following as the
work of the police department;
Arrests. Larceny, S. drank. 8: larrv
lng concealed weapons 1; disorderly ab
duct, 8; burglary. 1; break of the peace,
1; assault and battery, 5.
State cases. 8.
City cases, IS.
Total number of casea, 21.
Am't of flue collected by Magistrate II.
C. Wlvill, $54 20
Tramps lodged. 64. -
ATkaasthtfsil Sew Year'a .irt.
Supt. H. B. Sudlow, of the R. I. it P..
will make hia trainmen and yardmen a
New Tear'a gift tomorrow which will be
of the nature of an agreeable surprise te
them. Id token of their long and faith
ful service in the road's employ me sal
aries of all passenger and freight conduc
tors, brakemen. baggagemen, engineers
and firemen, all yardmen and awitebmen
will be advanced 10 per cent. This ac
tion is entirely voluntary on Mr. Sudlnw's
part and will be all the more appreciated
by the recipients on this account.
Go to Hoi brook's. Davenport, for car
pets and silk curtains.
Tenderloin, spare ribs, pig's feet, leaf
leant, etc., at Gilmore's pork house.
Call and see the hand-carved bed room
suites at Holbrook s, Davenport.
Parlor suites and fancy chain of every
description at Holbrook'e, Davenport.
Aa elegant assortment of dining tablea,
chairs and hat racks at Holbrook's, Dav
A handsome line of book cases and
csbineta Just received at Holbrook'a, Dav
enport. For rubber stamps of all kinds go to
the Rock Island Steam Rubber Stamp
Works, 1714 Second avenue.
The Crown restaurant. No. 1708 Sees
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish you
oysters In every style. A. B. Johnson,
S. R Mr-eTam aolle ksnl t-
lengths, cut or split; soft coal, lump and
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null wnn m sssyii mqci smmi mi
avenue. Telephone 1198.
Tbe St. James hotel, corner Fourth
avenue and Twenty third street is sow
open to the public Those desiring a
home-like hotel will do well to ull. J
T. Ryao proprietor.
Many people's remarks are
' 7-a've arot a neia or arJis
iws V -
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NOTHING HJ2Y7 IN TO AT,
Yesterday's Farce at the Polls, nad
a-araw, aha ltMieaa !. ate-
eeisira a ajarltr af the Tatea Caat-
The Pis am. ' j
Yesterday' special election in the
Twenty-first senatorial district wss pro
Ouctlve of surprises only to republicans
who worked tooth and toenail to over
come me results of a democratic "still
hunt" that never cane. The flection was
imething that democrats, as dem
ocrais, were not in. There waa do
reason why democrats should participate.
and Ibey therefore did not. Democrats
rightly maintain that the election waa b
regular and illegal, without cause and
waa simply called by a republican covers
nor to aid the republican party. They
are satisfied that John A. Wilson has
ceived a majority over Collins of the le
gal votes cast and is entitled to the seat
Democrats had bo partv organisation
whatever in yesterdsy'a contest, and had
no more idea of a still hunt to defeat
Payne than they bad of voting for him.
Yesterday's election will cut no figure
whatever in determining tbe die
puted seat- There were many democrats
who voted and those who did so pre-
ferr.d to cast their ballots for tbe Farm
era Alliance candidate than for Pavne
and republicanism, and did so. At some
of the voting precincts at was the case in
the Fifth and Third wards here, demo
crate turned out aad voted against Payne
and beat him for the mere fun of tbe thing
and to scare tbe republicans acd thev
succeeded. Tbe vote from Zuma.
Payne's own republican town, cannot be
great source of pride to (he republican
nominee, for it e'early ahowa that the sis
ter is ia bad repute up there on some ac
But to the result. Democrats did not
vote as a party. The Republicans did
Tbe consequenco is. hat Pajne received a
majority of tbe vote polled, which was
ght at that. The following morns have
Wilson, F. M. B. A.
Wilson, F. M B- A
Wilson. F. M B. A
Pecks P t
Wilson F. M. B. A It 2
Pavne. R 13
Wilaon.F. M.B.A "17
Payne, R no
Wilson, F. M.B.A 57
Payne, R. 144
Wiljon. F. M.B. A R9
P-yna, R 9
TOTAL DC SlOCk ULAXD.
Wilson . . .
Payne . .
Payne . .
TOT At. tit MIH.TBZ
Payne 87J SIS
Peck , 87
Payne 7 - 90
Psyae . . .
Payae . . .
Payne . . .
SOUTH ROCK I&LAXD.
R fTVs a
!. 40 16
Payne m . n
Tue 6t 89
tKrTSis .- aaB a -
p 7t . 57
These returns with but three town ah Ids
missing, show a total of 1.943 for Wilana
aad 3.648 for Payne, which gives tbe lal.
ter a plurality of exactly 700.
IH HENRY COUNTY,
Henry County win give Pavna a total
plurality of 800, his pluralities is the
principU voting pradnU being as follows:
Oenoaeo. 126;Oasabridge. 115: Yarktowa.
55; Kewaaee, 316; Oalva. 44; Loraiea 43.
According to this abowiar Para will
have 1,500 ia the district.
Tbe taxes for 1890 ara ins tn.
payable to the towaablp collector at Us
County Treasurers oQoe la the court
r- Owners of real estate are tw
v-taw -. h. a Att. a . .
v wsnsiwirisa years tax re
sin.x. order to save lLs to f r'L-j fi
Melbrfs KhMld R. w
... ii 1 narksn
with-ltl onrans! thus. tK i; ,
k-uus mwuni, acrcwa It, and that tisrht
lsrln iImW fMM .L- l:. .
, . r.j . .. . . v n . . ' Cl i HBSUQa
euttina; it in two, a tbin mem bran alone
vvuircuin; tut puu; nuuiDeruu atntnacb
is tbtu ofwn ptmbed op against a weakened
""h"" i-rjTK- nrans are ao crowiVl
aa to produce eerioua and permaaent ill
That th lrV n -ll.lli. lii
..wut-j ui njinf cnu
dren, by which they are rendered pecnliar-
j m-n-iniinf- k inierrioua aieara, ia due
to e deflcienry of pure air ia tbrir sleeping
ThsA arhlM'a K-l I. . i j,.,
- m. id m CKfOUHIOVl
for study before iu seventh year, and that
. . i ihciv rcini
reason for hoMm It bark if it is to ba
saved from brain disease, future dullDeaa.
Of rxMMihle imberilitr.
That no KTovrinR child should fail to hare
t leant nine or t-n hnnM' .
ventilated room, ami that no sleep is per
fect with a light ia the room.
That rhililrM, mi)m it -i ..i.i . ,
. .. mwuu nm ds al
lowed the exrttementa of renin partiea.
That children, from the esulieM prac
ticable axe, should be trained to habits of
wuinii ia sut airfXTiona.
That every mother ought to make K a
rime obiert tAsmiM -A i . i .
- ' - uMwuiii i am
lull-nt eonndrnoa nt tiu okil.i j i
normal influence over them. Youth's
Qaaatlti-a la W-lMa a4 BtM-arvs.
8ixtv (Irons of llnnU m-.v- ,
- - 1 VM, KVUUUB.
TwO tM,mMti,fl. It 1 I i .
1 . v, iiifiuu snsvaa one
desaertaponn fu U
Two dissw.1 Upnonfnla of liquid or foar
teaapooofula nuUte one Uhlmpoonful.
" uAumpooniui oi liquid aaakca oos
Four tahlespnonfuls of liquid make one
Ineglaasfnl. or two ounnra.
IvikTht tn!lfHrtnonftila of linnM -lr-
Sixteen tablespoonfuls of liquid make
TWO WineslsMafnla nf llnnU -
gill, or one teacnpfuL
yrae enne-cupful makes ona-half pint.
A heaping quart or four roffeaciipfula
t flour make a poind.
A full talhqfWk-nrnl M .t.u ...
Tm eyirs maie one pound.
Oie nint or two nrTMMnrnU
. - ... v. 1 U M'
latd aumr make one nonnd.
Two aad ono-liatr mi.f.il. .J ....1 I s
so era r make one pound.
tHw pint of broken loaf aurar la ooa
One tableapoonful of butter is one ounce.
Ooa pint of soft batter tnakeaoM poand.
Oust (mnfnl nf l-iti- -1. .
t - . hmkc) uiss-SMSll
poand. (mioiI IIoaeekeetiinK.
fsr raw Ailssilss.
All members of Buford post 343. O.
. R. are reooetd la mt si tis
hall at 60 Friday evening with their
wivea. for tha nuraoaa of iidiHI- ..
InstallaUoa ot Graham post, Mollaa. By
H. C Harris, Commander.
J. Alei MoirrooMaar. Adj.
How man kwu k.i Km. Mki-J -
aunshiaa and happiness aad rendered aad
bdu oeaoiaie oy tne loas of some dear aad
petted child. This is a dangeroue season
for children, and parents should keep
Dr. Bull's Couch 8 -run hand v. Prtoa as
As I intend moving- from the city soon,
wish lo rsBt an -awIm . am i w - -. -
of Twenry-third street aad Seventh are-
K I. ,1 . 1l ... . ... .
pus. am m.n oi toa nouaenoia laraitnra
will be for aa!e. T. F. Cabv.
K. E. Parmenter. attornev su. taw.
Mskes collections, loans tnonev and will
attend to any legal busmeas i a trusted to
him. Office, postoffios block. Rock Isl
and. Ilia. dsAwlv
Star of Bethlehem
aw-ar shoe ea a CtrMsaaa avasoa
whara taa wand rc)oc-a ssora
tbaa It wtll rsotea
Bvrli a fsw di-resj
nrat4 aa4 kaillT-rsas4 la
4as Um easjatr Is aa psaca asst a
Jt a pfo-pctity that araa sweh a strata aa
Ike lata psml SHscUaa caaaaa
CAUSS FOR JOY
mta ba akaadsatl toaad la thla ussillllisi sal tt
is rail of
JOY FOR YOU.
Wa bopa at Wast
tarn to srsr- opcortaa
Ity for na asaks sahsrs ksppy
aa C. O. Tsjrlor has ka ruralarlr
actlva la seearta a snsFadM
AND YOUR FR LENDS
will mm SeH-tttei
with rnmj saJsctkas roa assy
asaks tross thts s-sss ssock. Caaae
arl aa4 hat yaar sslaa
Uoas raserrsa at
C. C. TAYLOR'S,
Ka- ! aa4 int Saeaa4 arraaa.
Call and see Those Fine
Tvm Car Loads, rry cfcsap, al
lOo, Mil sad SI4 Tklrd A was.
Tlic Little Jewel
HAVE YOU SEEN IT !
If you want a lamp of but kind, it
will pay joa to aee what I have. The
range la price ia from 18 eaata up. aad
tha variety aad atyla is just aa graat.
Osiaa am Oust,
tV!lssirn ds1 rrita-ssll tba-htsa hsst
aVsa to a blUaa-s atsssad taa srssiaa. svssk sal
Sairrnsss. - a. Ismsliissa. txur-as arias
'ii . t- t- Sassa. Wkila tkmratoaa
Wsaasraa. Ta Osv-ri fm La t- ssai
VdsuiiH tliaaasKi-iaa . vtka
sis lai sail ajarsrajesacs i
-r sskd racaisss tba I
SmJ md frnsstksidai
f ta-rnadaass am
trr l I wUI and taasa lutk, nua-a.
btalasosDaarsrstaatta ami ant ba
'aiagaaaas-ABS-Miksaa. rllsarB hast
fasthalasssaf saBaara-aa tkat aasata aVaa
I wasDSSaat gsssd uasa. OaraslpiaasastaisuAS
I CarWa Lafla Lr-ar rma- aarf aasaH Sa4
"TS-ja teaa. OtMaesa-satOassaaaaaaaa.
TtKf ars strt-Uf aaratahlaaad aa aa arwa ar
aatr. aaahf laasr a-atlaaxs-a I ' i i II was
aaalSlav laawaat SSaasrta, SnlalL SVaSV
..f.t fi". auautaaa c fa-w Ve.
The kolidav arssnai nmiiu-a
where a revival of Interest la honks. For
laere are ao other gifts ao geaeral'y ap
Dreciated aoas aanra aarbal la f-r..-.
UoB, or snore pleaaiog to the fwclpieau.
They eocae aa a friend, a eouaaallor. a
keepsake, a source of entrnaiaaaeet, a
mine of kaowLsiln. "la ik. vrr
clTlliratjoa" says EmersoB, "the book as
aiiu ujv BiKDesi oeiliDU
R CRAMPT0X4 Co,
Tbe extensive booksellers aad elaliouera
of Rock Island have provided for this
aeasoa't trade aa unusually large aad at
tractive collection of books of variooa
publishers of tbe couatrv. The BUbUc
generally ara cordially Invited to vtailthe
avenue, to inspect the stock aad leara the
Ot Irving, Dickens, Tharkery. Bulwer,
Ruskla. Oeonre Elliott. Samael Baadera.
aawuorne. Baaaespeara, uoeyot. Uasae,
atacantav. Gibbon. Oism'i Ena-lasut Has.
croft, Preacou. RawUnson la cJoch aad
Wa offer until after Ue holidavs: Tha
halloa lSmoa, which ladode over one
aiadred different styles of famous books.
pnatsKl oa good paper aad haadaoaaely
bound In crape doth, price oatv 25c
worth 75c, alao tbe favorite pocket dic
tionary only 10c
Biatoriaaa, aoveliau, ia acxa aad sepa
rale volumes; various edllioas aad Mad
Ia morocco, ivory and floe calf bind lor
SOoeaia aad upwards.
MAGNIFICENT SEW ART BOOK.
Ataona? than ara taa Ralna fns 1 MA
The Eber Gallery. Nature aad Art. Sor-g
oi ue ruver. Aavmioa, Keoent aclaa
Art. Sight Song. Uader Blue Sky. Lelah
diaa Lost. Palestine. Africa. La Foo ulna's
raoie. aaa asaav oUsera raagiag la price
JUYENILE AND TOY BOOKS.
A raoerb line to suit all avaa al twd.
rock prtoea. Books aa Urge aa the Chat
ierooxior avion oraia. uaca oooaa
with bright ptrturea.
LARUE FAMILY BIBLES
Haadso-aer aad chcarsW thaa foraaertv:
Oxford Teacbees Biblea ia all th var
ious gradea. Ia thia lie we have aa
Amerscaa reprint much cheaper thaa tha
PRAYER AND HYMNALS
la aeta large priat, lata aditioa.
CATHOUC PRAYER BOOKS
A very desirable eaaonsneet for old
aad young-33 cent lo Ore doUars each.
THE HEW WEBSTER INTERNA
Which has Iteea la pcrpraralioa for tea
years, a grand work.
Alao the cheap edltloua. Photocrapa.
dictioeary aad aatoprepb holdera, aJbusaa
aad wide rang U style aad price.
WrtUag dcak la aeal aacsrroeo aad pi oak.
Coll ara aad cuff bniea, eoa.b aad hraab
aeu froaa l.S0 to t23. racokiag aeta.
dreaaiag cases, work boxea, fancy broom
BookleU and Xsaaa cards osss ceaU to
FINE LEATHER GOODS.
Poket BooAs for tadira. gcuu aad child
drea. card caaea, phoUs-raph holdrra. ci
Pouaiela peaa, rold p-aa aad paarlla.
New gaanca. blocks, papeirriea, dco raked
aad plala, all grades.
Aad baakala, hsadsnsas aw line.
TVare is ao cud of haadaoaaely.
Xichlaga. agraviags. water oolor. Ac
IVaurca fraaaod to order froaa aew atyas
Aad views we have aosnarUiag vwry ds
ddedly asrw Aaaeriraa aad foreica varwa.
Hcopes raaga from ISc to $1.
Such as rocklag horara, Yelocipedaa.
cxpreaa wagoaa, doll peramb latere, te.
TVs aaoat pooular toy of tha ssssna to
tha Mew Harmless PWtol with vacuum
rabbar tippad arrow aad tarj-at, cVk- la
arouae, tie la alckel.
Don't Histako the
E. CMMOf I
Beiria their I ' " " r f-.'a of Ladies.
GfBta aad '1 . ilkercMefa-
weanowthelar. , Nck la the
ettever-rthlncw, . .1 Tmll vlaw.
from the cheapest to uit. t rradaa.
Buy early while tbe aaawrt t com
Ladiea' aad ChlMreaa' col d t J J I e
Ladiea' colored borders I ;
Genta' Iro-a sHra vmi mmm. -
l-a4is' whiu hemmed sue had I 3
i-aaiea" all lluvn ....5. a T t .
Imitation Ja nassis a
Owata' oolorod bordai a. Large aicaa.
"1 iu suia i a ostiia
Orat srartaty of Ladiaa'. GanU' aad
Childreaa' la better gradaa.
Ladios aad Grants initial, all linen. Ae
Artiolea of atilltv ara mw.m
aad snore arr jt alar tor
HOLIDA Y GIFTS.
Ws kavn latkins tnait TW n-.
ooTora. Vaeaassrrt yoa wu totst
nimij mot ''
Hock Jo land. Illinois.
What Would be a UfJ tn-Tiis Prc::r.t:
n rnnnn a
Wkl.lllHI.1. aaw UUlsCsl..;..aaJ, f j t
No$. 1525 and 1527 Second Avcnur, "r ";:
And Noa. 124. 128 and 123 SLxtsjath 8tM, "j!
ANDERSON COUNTY SOUO.r;:
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & AXLEaP
RmoTed to 219 Seventeenth Etrxt ;
TO EEDTJOE STOCK
A Chance You Can't Afford to f.:.:
We ara offerltve unprecedented Taluea la
Including all of our nigiiificat assortment of choieo
liAts and Bonnets
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
RS. P. GREEslAVJALT
17C SECOND AVENUE,
Rock Island Savings Bank
SaPsT tir.ivn rr r.
"I m-"T T- n trip aaiassiaai-aiaalaistisaataslsiSasa,
nvepwoatUtflrouIaToaita. Moavey loaaad aa TmTwomZ. CoU I
Lalstral nr Waal Vatafa nnai1ta 3
ataTIOUa. raas. f c. DEVKBAJCU. Vssa-Tsaa. J. H. aCTOStB. OmBsss.
F. Ia andsad, B r aWaaVaa. r C. ttr-ssan. aafca Crakaar. C. W. la-aAa. X'
-Wtaaa-as. U Sasaaa. a W. B.-a. J. M gas. ' f
- as raa aa a aoasai. ailiiaasa.
??I?Lulri , ,? ,;: " r waa atao,. m lvs
KA.NN cfc HUCE1STAEDT,
x ISil aad tell fWoa4 a-vurat.
0LL CLOTHS, SHADES, DEAPEBY, Etc.
The Largest Liiie
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it- i- - -.r
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TT" w B;V'
t r pwfat atth .
r .-rwi t 1 sa publie. "tT .
.m m jUo-a . popular aad wal '
W.-. - - - v.. aa
rrrta-a aaiaa. Tmrr fail nai I IM
p. rnd a-r si. arts, maf as
A Ficn C" V
A Floe (X
A Fancy cLl.
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Aod manj oiber l1- j ' il cs
ran res ttAra Lav.
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