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i'hpI nr enormous purchase
Jiildr-n's cloaks, of Cleveland.
1"I,6 10 ivua-
Wrs- . . v.-v
j p-etcnen itnmiou. uuiut at
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note is "t---j
'tretchen- Sutiice it to say that
,re tem selling the same garment
1 season at $1-76 for 4, years ad
... them 25c each size, which
lit the 1 'ear slze nP to $2 7S-
.tin inc a ji vitjo at ri.io ua
9c Each Size.
,- a fol'ow:
.,3rsat $1-27; 8 years, $1.36.
v:ir at i years, $.-.
,t,ri !' an early PC ram tile on Monday a
!-, r i .lire f th -e greit bargains.
nint'Mfe the mm y oiher eho'c
. 'f ff i I nbrtw In children and ladles
t, hn' c an ii-ur yon that thtt week n6
. nt- a t df rlotinjr oni jwirm t. at are
iMkr ''lt move live jr.
Will be offered this week in onr mil.
7 aePartaMt. Last call at prices
ueysna any attempt at com
eme Bly cloth caps, colors
mostly navy and black, go this week at
AU of onr finest French for felt hats
and bonnets marked down to close at
All onr best American felt hata whi
they last go at 19c for choice.
We hare from time to time offered
many Dargains in this department, but
never before have we made such
sweeping reductions all through,
thereby intending to clear out the de
partment so as not to be obliced to
carry into next season a single piece of
ims season a gooas.
See following: irtew:
Tlw Nellie Bly cap offered coat er'y la reason
from IS 10 ts per dozen nd retailed from ti to
tl.Mesrh. The French lur bml cost at flrst of
eeeon from $11 tn f 18..V0 per dozen accord Idk to
tyle. aid retailed from l to $11 tSeach. The
A merle m felt bate cost early from SI to S7andro-
inieviivaiwKiHN. i uua yon a 1U aee tha re-
Nellr B'v eat formerNr II nn in at n ,
Prem-h fur felt hata and bouneis formerly si its
to -.. row Sc. 'merlcan felt hata formerly
ruin tin rn aatan ina
1713. 1714. 1718, 1718. 1730 and 1733 Bkcohd Avwnm.
r imMi.i!,' Acrobats.
r.k nr Ct Bankets, all sizes.
Hwsrvles nf baskets opened
tni'iliini; new in Hell Hammocks.
'.ViHul. 0 T.iys.
All llie latt-n Games.
Uni"., all kinds.
'hiriH ml !nsari'.
VV will pUi-e on ,le Thursday the
-t 'int.. of rmch ti xiaever brought to
rit. himI to be Hold at less lhn
rnnfvii't"' prir.q. Come and pel
r yrw ). fore inm lntsiiiff anytbinit in
t e l''t it Hue.
Popular 13mo Books 2Sc.
We also have a complete line of padded
Art Booklets from 5c up.
Albums by the 100 and at prices which
can't be equaled.
Etchings and Frames, just the thing
forXinas. Watch us for bargains this
1705 Second Avenue
Branch Store 400, 15th St., Moline.
A. J. SMITH & SON,
Holiday Goods in
A BAD BLAST.
John Lindquist Maimed for
Careleaaaraa la Raanas a yaaaa
-artridi Keaalf a la a Terrifle
Ploaloa and a Palatal lafary.
A terrifle explosion occurred on
avenue between Twenty flrat and
tf -second streets, where Davis &
cavating for the laving of their
at 10:30 this morning. John
was preparing a piece of df
make a blast, and was holding
nre. Unknown to him a cap
attached to the stick and the
tog he had of tbe danger wa:
ion in his hand. He was
from tbe small furnace wit
ana reii prostrate on the giGad, his right
arm being frightfully laceited and torn.
From the fingers to the kw the flesh
was ripped open to the one and filled
with dirt and sand. T'buildings in the
neighborhood wereghkin by tbe explos
Ufa l F
!f jfritic force
ISLAN1 ABGUBs MONDAY, JANUARY 5.
hlS MEETINGS CLOSE.
on and a great
The wounded mo was carried into
Murrin's saloon, or Fourth avenue and
Twenty-first stree and Dr. Pauljattended
him. He found a right arm, as stated.
in a terrible coditioa and is unable as
yet to predict Im serious the result may
be. He will 1 crippled for life if he does
not lose the irm entirely. The injured
member wa4resacd and Lindquist tken
to his hom ;n First avenue, between
Elgbteentfc and Nineteenth streets, where
he is suffering intense agony. His eyes
were filled with sand, but this was re
moved by the doctor, who regards the
injuries as limited to the ltcerated arm.
OF AU. KINDS.
125 and 127 Wt'
ITH c5c SON,
htrd Street, Opp. Masonic Temple, DAVENPORT.
-pmKm mmmwki 1 go '
WALL PAPER CDMPflMV
12, 314 Twentieth St.
And PoBtof!ce Block, Moline.
York Wall p
LL PAPER KtclnslTe a?ent for the follnwini
"r 'n., and HnlM.rt Urarea A Co.
nrm.iAUM-wairli lncludea all the Art papers,
ie lr largem Wall Paper
Nevina A Haviland. N
Price from 10 to 80 per cent
J. B. ZIMMER,
THE WELL KNOWN
Aj erchant Tailor,
IHisjun relurne.1 from Europe and would be pleased to see his friends at
I his place of business in
Star Block, Opposite Harper House.
jFALL AND WINTER SUITINGS
for 1890-91 have been received.
The I'alan'M av nr atoili t in., w
C'able'H 4enrroiiify and af 1'ammead
a I'olltlral Attark laoi Kia.
Side by side in its issue of Saturday
morning the Union publishes in one col
uuin a reportorial account, taken, lor the
most part from tbe A rocs. of tbe presen
tation by Hon. Ben T. Cable, of the wat
erworks Alter tbe city at a beautiful
memortnl to his father, with comments
tvu tbe generous act, which reflect the na
per's continued narrow-minded prejudice
and spite; and in another column an ar
ticle from tbe Monmouth Atlas, booming
Congressman Gest as a candidate for re
election two years bence and belittling
Mr. Cable. Tbe Union, which iumps so
eagerly at tbe opportunity to give Mr.
Cable another dirty fling, does not seem
to realize tbat neither love for Mr. Gest
nor malice toward Mr. Cable is tbe force
which impels the AtUu man to make bis
attack. The Atlas man is too well aware
of tbe fact that a vacancy is soon to occur
in tbe Monmouth postofflee. and that a
little taffy ig by no man received with
greater relish than by Congressman Gest.
Tbe Union, which therefore forsakes the
sense- of gratitude which should possess
its better nature, prefers rather to lend
its endorsement to an attack of an out
side paper prompted wholly by political
motives, on a citizen who has proven
himself to Rock Island, a public benefac
tor. Th e nob'e act of love and genero
sity has won the gratitude of every cifi
en in Rock Island, and in the attidute It
has assumed the Union will enioy a dis
tinction single to itself nd in the sole
possession of which none will envy it.
A CRANK'S CAPER.
Mannfartnrerof all kinds of
B00T8 AND SHOES -
Repat ring none neatly and promptly ,
Vv . rr-?!? Secon1 Avenue. Roek Island. 111.
A aih--ouib-iuraiotjfn or uonris '
Irish Cough Syrupy
Act quickly, is perfectly safe and never fails to
cure all Lung troubles.
10c, 25c and 50c Bottles.
1 "edlcln. known for all Kidney, Lnng and Stomach troubles. Is
Thomas' Kidney and Liver Pills.
Cc a'Bottle Samples free.
T. H. THOMAS,
Druggist, Bock Island.
The Kaaaaa t'ny Mtraaerr Takea a
Hartl Tomhle la the Onaty Jail At
The stranger, who as described in tbe
Arocs Saturday night, has been in the
county jiil for several days, fell over the
railing from the flrst to the second floor,
alighting on the stone floor late Saturday
afternoon. The man was found uncon
scious and Dr. Craig was summoned. He
remained unconscious, and yesterday
Chief Ressler came over from Davenport
with his patrol wa;oo, paid all expenses
and took the man to Davenport. He
gives two names, Whipple and Kraft.
He is said to possess considerable money.
Tbe stranger who also goes by the name
of Krafts has also given tbe authorities
on tbe other side of tbe river trouble.
The Demoeat of yesterday morning said:
Krafts. was here the early part of last
week with lots of money, and. it ap
peared, petmanently intoxicated. He
was placed in jail and fined a couple of
times, and was relieved of his watch and
money, with the exception of a few doU
lars, aa it was only a question of time
when he would blow it all in or be robbed
of it. Wednesday it was to warm tba
Krafts came around to the police statioti
and left bis overcoat, also shedding onu
suit of clothes, be having been wearin"
a whole wardrobe. He was comfortably
clad when be left, but as be did not re
turn a telephone message was sent to the
police station across the river asking tbst
ihe officials on this side be notified if ha
turned up over there. This request wis
repeated later, but it doesn't seem to hate
done any erood. If Marshall Miller will
step to tbe telephone and call up lie
Davenport station he can learn more
about Krafts in five minutes than by tel
egraphing to Kansas City. The unfort
unate man's watch and overcoat, suit of
clothes and $140 in money are awaiting
Krafts is now at Mercy hospital at
Davenport, where he is pronounced but-
ai l Seraaaa ef the Evaaa-rliat
Oeairal Vhareh Laat Xlskt.
essrs. Bliss and Clark held tbe - con
ing n eeting of their three weeks'
ies at the Central Presbyterian church
t evening. The house was picked, and
he singing conducted by Mr. Clark was
again a n arked feature. Mr. Bliss took
his sermt n from Second Timothy fourth
chapter i nd flrst eight verses, basing his
discount on the scriptural paasage,"The
time of my departure is at hand."
Death was in reality tbe subject
of the se moo, and yet the speaker said
be didn't, often use it as an incentive to
living tx tter lives, as there were higher
motives. Tet it was perfectly legitimate
that be i hould make such application of
it. He :hen preached at length on man's
indiffen nee to his final destiny after the
inevltab le end of all death .
At lbs conclusion of the sermon a num
ber pro 'essed Christianity. Mr. Bliss has
made 1 VOconver's while in the city. Be
and Mr. Clark left for the east last night.
Then was a wonderful interest mani
fested 1 a the Christian church revival last
night- People crowded in as long as
there vas standing room in the aisles or
vestibties. Mr. Boyer preached a ser
mon o ) "Paradise Lost and Regained."
using a large chart to illustrate it. Sev
eral persons made public confession of
their faith. Tbe subject for tonight will
be "Toe Judgment on the Great Day,"
with I aptismal services at the close.
. Nightly meetings will be continued at
moat of the Protestant churches during
this veek at lesH.
A Celebrate Aatharliy a
J ret Will l.retare la
The committee on "beet suar" of the
Business Men's associalio.tf'nave secured
li-e promise of iAoress from Dr. H W.
Wiley, qt Jfasbington. D. C. chttf chem
ist o Ane department of agrlcultuie on
"flufar Bet t Culture and the Manufac
ture of Beet Sugar."
Tie date Is set for Friday, Jan. 9. at 3
p. fa., at the hall of the Business Men's
asar elation rooms and is free to all.
Tae committee have had special good
fort ane in securing the services of Dr.
Wihy than whom no single Individual
in t lis country is better informed on this
tub ect, and the opportunity thus offered
will no doubt be appreciated by all inter
ested in this subject in eastern Iowa and
wettern Illinois, and it is partlculary to
be wished tbat all citizens of Davenport
and Scott county and Rock Island and
Ro k Island county, professonal men.
merchants, mechanics and farmers, be
The fact is as plain as the full moon
that tbe south is not destined to hold tbe
control of tbe sugar supply as it bas been
doing, and that this country is not long
going to import sugar, but that, on the
otter hand, in the near future it will be
ab e to furnish large quantities of sugar
for export. There are factories on the
wy here and there over tbe county, and
th ;re are big dividends in sight for them.
There is a chance here for tbe same in
dustry, but it is not likely te remain hre
with us long. It must be improved soon
or it will be gone. There are two towns
at out us that are wide-awake and agi
tating tbe matter, and some one among
ttem is going to put up the factory that
oaay well be supported by this part of the
country. Davenport Democrat.
The Complete) Ofttrial Klrarea.
Tbe official returns of tbe special legls
utive election are now all in and are as
ROCK I3LAXD COCSTT.
Payne. . .
Wilson . .
Pavne. . .
HENRY COO STY.
Jannarr Court Coaveaea.
The January term of the circuit court
was convened by Judge Smith this af u r
noon. The grand jury was sworn in
ad Mr. Robert Bennett appointed fore
man. Mr. John Ctubaugh was ix-
linsyd from service and Messrs. W. A.
I 1 It - " " - -4 -V jr.
I-aa i3 j.i-tj. - , vti w re I
uauey Davenport J, ave to?" ,last
be heard at this termljL
room of interestpd . , . .
m i . iiai 1
This makes Payne's official plurality
A meeting will be held at tbe Broad
way church tonight and also eyery night
this week except Saturday.
AugiiBt Skudmore was fined and
costs for intoxication.
Martin Stuble was arrested by Officer
Kramer for disturbing the peace and hap
piness of a young lady by showing her
attentions which she is not disposed to
reciprocate. He was fined $10 and costs
by Magistrate Wiyill and promised to be
The iMana'nuirt ArkaawlrHfea.
Mr. E. I. Leveen, of the London
Clothing company, received a neat little
note through tbe msils this morning. It
was written on gilt-edged, gilt-bordered
paper and read:
Rock Islskd. Jan. 8. 1891 London
Clothing Co. Gentlemen: Having
guessed the lucky number and received
tbe pony and carl, I herewith wish to ex
press my heartiest and most sincere
tbanks. Yours truly.
While we are at cutting prices, we in
clude our breeches. Two counters won
derful bargains. Counter one: Your
choice $2 50, (values up to $4 at $2.50 )
Counter two- Your choice $4; (values
up $6 50 at $4.) Be on hand early
you know we mean business. No sensa
tional yarning, no "scoop sale," but
"straight goods" all around and a square
Simon & Mcsknfklder
COI KTY Btll,UIiU.
Jan. 2 Citv of Moline to Jocob Korb,
s lot 605. Moline Cemetery, $25. 85
Peter Doose to John Bilswski, 5. 17,
lw, tract by metes and bounds, $1,000.
oi overcoats. We hav.
uur entire stock of
ooys and children.
w . w' Ior '"en.
Not that .1. . 1
nymarking down, for surely our
tn) OW ennnnh h.r. ' r PT OSS
m tmae out as man v
coats a, possible, both for financial ,nd
tSZZZT Pnnc,""'' makertm
mm neW8Prmf "ock, and the public
will have a rhan. t. i. " pa "c
cheaper than evhe.7d ot Sa'SS
.tj! ?d.,e te"'?' each ticket f?ev n
OIMOR & MosunrxLoait.
Hto'7. be,aUful "rodncUon of th"
Mtographer's anrt nrim.. .... -
tubject .represents three children pla,lnff
musical instrument, and th '-5
expressions, coloring and general finish
e a most charming picture. But to
be appreciated it mn.t h- .
jour druggist for Hoods SarsapiriHa
calendar, or send six cenu
n"9PT' or ten cent for two, to C I
Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Oat Prlesam UadSTwaar.
grade of merino underwear rut
'"75 c: 8c grade to 43c; 50c qual-
tn, my imittvsar. how you knew ther
waa areat man in this family?
- Small Visitor )h. yon all 1m.Jc an sort
6' tired. Street & Smitb'a Oood News.
Caald Indora Hint.
"He referred me to yon as to his hon-
anide of food. , I certainly can indorse him
Breakfast CocoaWy-.-. Why, my dear sir, Td
Acuity arises. for 't ma with with whv, with
uuoat cocoa seedsni5ws;:,lU"lphia T:
mecnanteai rocesea. and af-r
reat u tt.w' 'zT'rtrrtA
Coco, is no, e,ceTleaV.Xbi.ltyrernd U
notapproched in purity by anv s!m!l
product In the market, and it .tin wmainl
a. for over one hnnd :"UI"m4'M
standard of purity and eellen, .-h
the most healthful and nutrlSve'ca "n
' The holidays are over.
Mclntire Bros. Bee adv.
Council meeting tonight.
Discount sale at Mclntire Bros.'
Seventeen pounds of C sugar for $1 at
Ths public schools
Grand c'tariog sale at Mclntire Bros.
Sixteen pounds of granulated sugar for
ai at may s.
There will be preaching at Booth Park
chapel tomorrow evening.
Wm. Johnston and family of Sacramento
CaL. are visiting J. R. Johnston
Try the Mayflower baking powder one
pound can at 35 cenu at May's.
Red hot bargains in children's an d
misses cloaks ttbt week at McCabe Bros.
Mr. F. W. Keator, of Chicago, son of
J. S. Keator, is the city visiting relatives.
At Trinity church, tomorrow, tbe feast
of tbe Epithany. there will be services
at 10 a. m.
Cut to the right' e ut to the lefi! . cut
through the middle, notice cutting in
McCabe Bros. adv.
Fall in line. Nellie Bly caps, blacks
and navy, go this we.k at 14 1 each at
McCabe Bros'. SeeT
Mr. W. W. Stevens, formerly of this
city, now of Aurora, is visiting old
friends in Rock Island.
The night school opens tonight in tbe
bose bouse, at the corner of Secondt'v-
enne and Fourteenth street. S
Kaon Uuckstadt bave pAl received
a car load of carpels of l& verv choicest
styles. Giye them ftgalL
That enormous rrchase f children's
cloaks etJMseabe Bros, is one of tbe
greajgairarives 0f the year.
r Buy aa overcoat now, even if you have
no use for it on:il next winter. Simon A,
Mosenfeldet's clearance price is sufficient
Twenty per cent, or one fifth deducted
from pris of a'l ladies' newmtrkcts and
children' and misses cloaks Ibis week at
All French fur Ml bat and bonnet
down to 8c this week. All American
fells go at 18o while they last at tbe milli
nery closing sale at McCabe Bros'.
Mr. anl Mrs. A. Uakalier lost their five
year old son. Hugo Lewis, of congeston
f the brain at 10 o'clock last night. The
funera'. announcement appears elsewhere.
Beginning tomorrow morning, Simon
& Mosenfelder will inaugurate a clear
ance sale of all winter goods. Be on
hand early, as a great mark down baa
Cbas Bergren who has been in the em
ploy of the Rock Inland Plow Works for
nine years leaves tonight for St. Paul, to
take a position under hi former employer
W. J. Browne.
Commencing tbe 4 year' size at 11.18
they rise 9 j each siza 6 years, at 1.27.
8 years at $1.30 and so on up. These
quotations are on misses gretcben cloaks
for this week at McCabe Bros.
Tickets are now In tbe hands of the
SchDell club for the entertainment at
Harper's thea're on the'nlght of Jan. 22.
when tbe patriotic drama. Emmclt,"
will be presented.
Tne Muscatine Aeitii Tribune got out
an elaborate illustrated holiday number,
an edition such as is destined to attract
wide attention to the city, its sdvantages
and the public spirit and ambition of ia
"No winter goods to be carried over,"
is tbe determination of Simon & Mosen
felder. Lay in supply of clothing, un
derwear, caps, gloves, etc., for suHy a
litt'e money will go a great ways.
Tbe auction sale of E. W. Robinson's
entire stock at bis boarding and sale stable
on Seventeenth street, occurs tomorrow
at 1 o'clock. The aale. includes May
Blossom, tbe fast pacer, and three trot
ting bred stallions, work horses, backs,
buggies, harness and cart.
Rrck Island lodge 658 last Stturday
sent it tiler, Mr. Geo. Foster, an elegant
easy chair, which was one of tbe best
that could be found in the stock of Cle
mann & Salzmann. Mr. Foster was
greatly surprised as well as pleased with
the handsome remembrance.
Gus. Eoglin. the tailor, left for Chica
go this morning, accompanied by his wife.
Mr. Eoglin will take a week's instruction
in ths latest styles or suit cutting and
then return, while his wire will visit in
Michigan before coming back. During
Mr. Eoglin's absence his shop will be in
A meeting was bell at tbe office of
Sweeney & Walker Saturday of tbe com
mittee on public buildings and works of
tbe Rock Island Citizens' Improvement
association. The various papers per
taining to tbe Rock Island viaduct were
examined. It was decided also to invite
citizens to send proposals for sites for tbe
public building to Mr. Fred Has, chair
man of the committee.
Landlord Montrose, of the Harper, has
received all the furnishings for the Har
per house bar, which will be .the most ele
gant In the three cities. Tbe furniture is
all of antique oak, mahogany and rose
wood, and is finished in the most highly
artistic manner. The bar will be formal
ly opened tomorrow night. The bar
tenders are Messrs Frank Horn and Gns
On Saturday evening at the bride's
home, 3110 Fourth avenue, occurred the
marriage of Mr. Gustav Rocbow and Miss
Mina Hartz, Justice Hawes officiating.
A dance at the Franklin hose bouse in 1
honor of tbe event followed. Bleuer's
orchestra furnished music and fifty couple
participated, There was also a fine bant
- - --- "IM -
The best salve in the world
uruiaea. sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fevet
sore, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cure piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 35 cent rr
Rsport from a Baltimnra rim.-:.. t
' vi uia DeaicouSD remiHllaa
for tbe last 15 year, and haveo.
to approximate the exceedingly urire
aale or Dr. Bull Cough Syrup.
Das'ileyJost been reading an aonormt
of a shipwreck. A crew remained foT
days in midocean suffering the cruelest;
pangs oi nnnger. j
Cashley Oh, pshaw! These atorie
are always exaggerated.
Daahley They even thought of canni
balism when they were thrown apoa a
desert island, bnt even there the-y could
get nothing to eat ;
Cashley-Oh, they could have worried
alontp fin li I a '
- uws vr miweca or,
n i. i - i ... '
rj-inrat or it no cigars to
Cashlr-y (with suddenly awakenlor
interest)-Poor devils! Horrible, waan't'
it? America. i
A Colli Day.
Thy were walking on Conneclicnti
avenue yesterday afternoon, and it waJ
com enough to freexe the hands of a
clock. She had on a nair of iii.v.t
dressed kid glove and he bad oa mit
ten. ".Timiny!" she exclaimed, slapping her
han.la togHher, "bnt thorn lids are too
cold for anything."
"I don't sea why." h said, very com
fortably. "Don't you?" she snapped at him srorn
fclly. "I presume it ia because they are
nndivsieJ.- Washington Star.
A rareva Market.
by local application, as they cannot reach
lha dueaeod poitioa of tba year. There
n owy on way to cure deaf os as. and that
t by constitutional remedies Deaf sea
fa caoaed by aa inflamed condition of the
ueoaa lining or tba EtuMacaiaa Tuba.
Whoa thto tuna get tenanted yon have
rambliog sound or Imperfect hearing, and
when It is entirely eloaed. deafness is the
result, and unless tba Inflammation caa
be taken out ana in is ton restored to It
normal condition, bearing will ba de
stroyed forever; nine cases out of tn are
caoaad by catarrh, which la nothing but
aa h flamed condition of the morons
Wa will give one hundred dollars for
any caa of deafness (canard by catarrh)
Baal w cannot cum oy taxing Itali a Ca
tarrh Care. S-rod for circular, free
Sold by druggist. 75e.
F. J. Cnxaxt & Co, Toledo, O.
Tat X at Ira.
Tne taxes ior low are bow do and
ratable to the township collector at th
JCownty Treasurer's office, ia the court
hoc sr. Owners of real estate ar re
aoasted to bring their last year' lax re
ccipt la order to save time ia fading lb
description of their pro petty oa the
books. David FrrraxnALO.
"How mrifh for the goose? What, two
dollars! You ought to lie ashamed to
ask such a price! I wouldn't give yon
(At this moment the goose bites off hi
gold locket and swallows it)
"Yon miat-ral.le little rrmtnret Hern,
fake your two dollars." Exchange.
I'nnldn't Help lllmartf.
Tho two men had talked fr.r a time on
"Aiv y..n fc'..ms t.. hear Ctrl-ina lector
to-iiitfhty" said on.
Take tny n.lvi. e and l.n"t. I he;ir it's
an awful bore."
"I must k." Mid t!ie other. "Tm
BarkiuH." NYw Yirk Sun.
Vary l.lke Him.
"Your win orl'ro.l tli-w picture of
"Well. t'iK-y certainly l.oi like him.
Has he paid yon?"
"No. air." .
"That lH.ks still uiore like him."
Fliegende I tin Iter.
Wife John. I hear bor.jl.trs down
stairs: you'd rx-ttT K-t up.
Husband Sh! Dim't think of anch a
thing! I might startle him. and. whj
known? perhaps the poor fellow ba
heart dinease. Dinghamton Ladder.
Culby I want to a-k you f. vonr
Stern Parent Huh! yon want to have
possession of it. I annnoso. so that von
can make her put it in my ik l!, for
you. Mousey s Weekly.
'Mr. John Smith tryinz to cet W tn
elope with him) Lore lauplui at lock
Darling (indiimantlrV Ye, and ai
John Smith, too! Ukm1 eveninc. air.
A Few Petatara.
Four ply linen collara. wa mean m.
linen 5c; four ply linen cuffs, we mean
pure linea 10c: men's unlaaodried shiru.
linen bosom. 17c: flaehomestitcbed haad
kercbiefs. colored border. 10c; good Qual
ity suspenders 12c: new neckwear
satin lined. 8c; all underwear at cut pric
es; good wooka socks. 15c; 3 pairs for 25c;
um:u a ami rmys winterrap mirked down
wonderful y. It nava la nt one r.ri
before buying. Si mow ft MosKwrtLDtn .
Go to Holbrook'a. Davennort. for -..
. ..j .tn. .
uu ana curtains.
HA ALI E la Rark l.laad at 1 a. av. n
ay. Jaaaary S al coaarauoa af taa araia. Uua
Uwta, soa el 'Mr. ana Hra. A. Hakalwr. ara
roaaral froai ta faailiy raatarara awaei Tklnl
aaaan4 Klaateaata airral at p. aa, Taaaday.
laaaary T. Prtsads of tat faauly ara hT.tr to
Many peralUr nolnu make Iloed-s Raa
SuparllU snprrlitr ta all etbrr avdUeiaas.
Pernllar m rorMruM.n. prtiporUoa
and pnraralkai at rnrrrtfnta. Vx.
Hood's BarsararllU pmaraar VVV
tbe fall cvnuiTe value it Uir a V1
brat known rented le sr G&,Sot
the VrrrtiUe king. jrOrriom
rernllar la li . cVKrVnt,"
-Bd ernnomy XTIIoo4's Kir
uparilU rCilhe ot.ly tnrOL
rlne cfy Vahlrh ea in.!y
t ,,- 9 " One Hundred Umrt
Oor rtf lt.-M.-ir - M.-dtrlrrs In
nS S rauCer Uxtw
WX '"l"'"- IT"" and d.n-a
SLlT" " -"u'l llnnrt-r
f aVraJlar in H mtiHnal merit.
Hoed s eamariru are.mHibe rarrs hith
erto nnknnwn, an.l ha vna fur ierf
be title ol "The rrratrt Aon4Tk
liurllhr ever dlnroTered."
brie," there r.r raore
U Hood's H-irnapaiilla Xy ta
Lowell, where S S rsmade
thaa of allyT VoiIkt Mood
rrlflrra.r. Vpreauar m ns
f- VI rerord rd aale.
abnd- fSj'wt other preparatloa
ra,Cr ever attalaedaarb Bnnav
f larliy la as abort a time.
and retained Us wfaiarrty
Vsns ronnOrnre among aO rlaaart
4 of peopto ao ateadfasUy.
rn nr I uulnrrd to boy ether frenanUona,
but be sure li ret the rernllar Medlrtae.
fWJbyaLdracclita. SUitlfBV t-l.SI.
by C I IIOOD CO.. Apatharanaa. LavaO. Kaaa.
IOO Doseta One Dollar
Votick or DissoLmox or
TWeaft-ar-atp heretofore eata-lac Kelw.ea
Itaxllaa W inter aa Hrarr Lnban. aadar ih
Sna aaaie of Winier Leaaknrf . la tat a dt--anlTe
ay atataai roaaeat. Taa boa i neat will ae
roaiinaed by Ha-tl aa W mv-r aha ta aatamv
aeuia all cla.an arainH or la rrrvrra all
aawaata 4aa taa ahme aaaied Sna
HILH a tVTtk.
a . . HKkr LUBt kii,
Rork 1-Uad. Til, Janaary . Issi.
Star of Bethlehem
aerar ahaae oa a rhrtiaa aeawa
where u aorM rryMn am
thaa II aiU rrjoar
Hrrhr a fear di-ewa-
oya a pen. a. hit thai aea aarh a etraia aa
t h,u (rarral eW-rtaai raaaot
CAUSE FOR JOY
T he aCaadaatly foaad ra Ika raadtboa aad II
la fa at
JOY FOR YOU.
ny for j
aad C. C. Taykw ha area Hrunari
ta mr aaanrtaa
aetrra la eranat
atnek af y-t-ira. TWey
AND YOUR FRIENDS
WIT! to Aellchted
arHk aar etertk. any
hlrfwalhHM ara, t'aav
early aad b.a ynar arlec-
C. C. TAYLOR'S,
Koa lets aad T1 Seraad arraae.
Call and see Those Fine
HI .-. . .. Ill
l:c 'reap DUlWTCUOt aad homa.m.
caramels at Krell Math a.
Tenderloin, spare ribe, pig's feel, leaf?
eard. etc., at Gilmore's pork bouse. H.
Call and see tbe hand-nr h
suites at Holbrook'a, Davenport.
Parlor suites and fane rhaira nr
description at Holbrook'a, Dayaiport.
Nire baled bay b the inn r .-t. v.
John Evans Leave orders at ntt aeaUa
ad eiegant asaortmrnt of din no- iatle-
chairs and bat racks at Holbrook's. DaiL
A handaoma lina nf iwh . 1
cabineu just received at Holbrook'a. Ik Kfl.1
Twa Oar Laade. wry chraa. at
Ida, Mlt tad 1C1I Third Areaae.
Chocolate, mint, winlarcnea A Wp'
J 1 -m . aiv
""apiti cream patterns lust recrirv! r eu
Krell & Math's. iiTZ
For rubber lamDs of all kia.u
the Rock Island 8t-am Rubber
Works, 1714 Second avenue.
i ne crown resUuranL No. 17TW S
ona avenue, is now ready to furnish
oysters in every sty A A B XnhtriB'
proprietor. I .XI
for cuts, 7
box. For sale bv Haru & Bahasen.
ADTIoK TO 0TBIKS.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so,
end at once and cat a hntiu . m
id Winalow'a Soothing Syrup for children
empeTtihijL-Its value is incalculable. It
have been 57 on tba M .rUlltle sufferer imme
above on the 4th. Tba ,OWelr' lbe
t.m. n .V. I . .
wiqq was noi
groaa. Toe total precipluUoa
Kuwoer oi aays on which .01
tn r9 ia.t ...
uaya. It Dartl 1 1
cloud. 11 w.UUUy,
4 a ava
P-rifle, th. bloT 'JSVg&gg:
aiMrl. Iwmt 9M Imimi.; t, ,
77. 'ii .ml ii t U,'M. aa.
mmurm autTTUCOO.. Ma
f sit 1 I X
eM or-aa-aa r rnrmm
pAVE YOU SEEN IT !
1 tnn t Ml what I have. Th
Trice from 18 ceaU op. aat
Lnrty and style i just a great.
Caiaa aaa Onaa,
!) aeeaad Aeetiaa.
Grand anna, clearing aale of c!oaka. inning Mondaj
morning we deduct 20 per cent or one fifth
from price of all
Ladies' Newmarkets. Children's and Misses Cloaks.
10 per cent, or one tenth will be deducted from all
Ladies' Plush fiacques and
Ladies Plush Jackets.
IUr. ta er,. ....
Price. owVr .h.n V.fT?1'"."" Tour wardrobe at
earlr while .17. T.r "I r"uaciy ootaiu elsewhere. CaU
nnSl Im11 unbrck- PwrW Talo. i. other de
parimnia Mors of iho a rnn ..i a . .. "
iuit., iv jara leDgint, 85c.
Rock Island. Illinois.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN.
What Would be a Useful Christmas Present:
I A Ladies Writing Deak.
A Ladies Bookcaee.
A Ladies Music cabinet.
A Fine Sideboarl.
A Fine Ontr Table.
A Fancy chair.
A. Fatcy docker.
And many othr nice an J n"
CLEMANN & SALZf.lANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Not. 124, 12 and 128 Sixteenth 8tiet,
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER.
RmoTel to 219 SrTententh Street
tvwa. aaiie. '
.a. Taw 1 ,1 iw,a.ia Vi.alilit
aa wa at
- ,4mm. aaaaaa.
Soa '1 a. ...
hav . u ao Or.
ay fever aad ooJd ia hJ-T
ao testify that "IOCi ariaowiw
teliaf aft? 'ML- ssstru, tmrtt" !
Re doeant prodocnll" .i
Berond andHarrbonSta. -
traveling tnat i
I l0fd like the prong, of a fine 1 .yeraga bald-headed maTcan testlfjr" wUl always db"
a . I ST a
W m at m- a---ai
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a ra r5 jsff 2
H - e.Ctl tA.
n is fin b
2 n Mis iu iS
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B l r 2 g s
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tJ f. e J T p . . taaaaaSBBWat
VJ ha CT S- Vaa r . aaaBa.Bal
q & S- aaHasBh
o " SiS SS5S
K ANN & HUCKSTAEDT,
- No. 111 aad ISIS Seff-ad area or.
The Lea Si w la etylea aa arh ta
OIL CLOTHS, SHADES, DRAPEBYTEtcT
The Largest Line
IBIS Second Avaaar.