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JAHNS & BERTEtSEN.
Tinwarr And Hotjhk
1812 SECOND AVENUE.
Jinko or Cat Baskets, all sizes.
New stylus of haskets opened each
Homothing 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 Oorxisever brought to
ttaecit).nnd to be sold at less than
manufacturers' prices. Corao and pel
our prices before purcbasini; anything in
the Holiday line.
Copper-Smithing, Sheet Iron, Gas and
Steam Fitting, Also Sewer work.
BAKER & HOUSMAN,
Opposite Habper Horjss.
J. B. ZIMMER,
THK well known
Has junt returned from Europe and would be pleased to see his friends at
his place of business in
Stab Block, Opposite Harper House.
FALL, AND WINTER SUITINGS
for 131091 have
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Shop comer Twertty-ftecon! Mtreet And Ninth rutte. Ufti4eiici 2985
&im W to m:tke eKtJmatr and dot all
Sure Cure for a
ifish Cough Syrupy
Acta quickly, is perfectly safe and never fails to cure all Lung trouble,
jr. 10c, 25c and 60c Bottle.
. Medicine known tor all Kidney, Long and Stomach trouble!, la
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I nomas Money
Bc ..Bottle-Samples free.
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ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Popular 12mo Bonks 25u.
We also have a complete line of padded
Art Booklets font 5c up.
Albums by the 100 and at prices which
can't be equaled.
Etchings and Frames, just the thing
for Xmns. Watch us for bargains this
1705 Second Avenue-
Itranch Store 400. 15th St., Moline.
for the Celebrated
kinds of Carpenter work. Gire him ft trial.
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lough or Corals
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Druggist, Rock ItUuicL
The Street Kail way Com.
Unities; for Kirk Klver aa Its Ovi
HMk-Tw. Ltaea la View A. m
Iflrant Outloa and Prospective
The fact that the Chicago syndicate of
street riilway capitalists controlling the
lines of the tri-cities. failed to get posses
slon of the Milan road in consequence of
the recently advertised public sale of the
property, has occasioned considerable dis
appointment among public spirited men,
knowing that such a disposition of the
property would put it in shape here it
would be of best service to the ptblic.not
only in the neighborhoods through which
it passes, but in reaching that alw tys pop
ular summer resort. Black Hawk 8 tower.
But it now appears that the syndicate has
decided upon another means of reaching
this territory and of developing it Its pro
gress perhaps an entirely new resident
portion. It has headed its NinJi street
line for Rock river. Its present
terminus is at Eleventh avenue, bat a peti
tion is in ci'culation among rroperty
holders beyond that point praying f.-r
right of way further south as far as Rock
river and probably the road will cross the
bridges into Milan before it stops, as the
other company does not posse ts an ex.
elusive franchise across the bridges.
Just how the company expect to reach
the tower is not known, but it i;i not un
likely that this wi.l be done by on exten
sion of the Elm street line almottt directly
south. The Ninth street line would go
within a short distance of the tower for
down town people, while the I Im street
ronte would be a great convenience for
all Moline people in particular. This ar
rangement would give the ynd cite two
distinct lines to Rock river.
Willi am Jackson, yesterday, iu behalf
of the street car companies, secured an
option from Scirs Bros, on ten sale of
a tract of about twenty acres a: the point
of the bluff east of the Rockford Co.'s
brick works at .Sears. This truct of land
Kivesone of the finest views in the west.
It is said by old settlers now living, to be
the real site of Black Hawk's Watch
Tower and is over twenty f.;et higher
than the point now referred to as such.
Inaddiiion to the site Sear9 Bros, agreed
to a right of way that they would be
pleased to see occupied by a first class
electric street railway line.
There is at present much earnest talk
on the part of our people for a branch of
the electric railway from the terminus of
Elm street to Sears. The peop'e living
on the line of the feasible route are ready
to give the right of way for such a rail
way. The benefit to this territory would
be great. It would brine into market the
property lying south of this t ity, a tract
of country very beautiful in its natural
appearence. A street railwsy like this
would do for Rock Island whut the street
car line has done for S ,ulh Moline it
has quadrupled the price of tlie land in a
few year. While the spirit of enterprise
is at work here lut the people of this ter
ritory bestir themselves and secure thia
electric railway service. The people for
the advantaee that mSy be lerived can
well afford to offer inducemi nts to the
syndicate companies to enter their terri
tory. We believe nil that it needs is a
little enersry on the part of the persons
Practical Talk on the Mnblret by
Ir. H. V. Wiley Last Errata?.
Dr. H. W. Wiley, chief cl.emist of the
department of agriculture, relivered his
lecture on beet sugir before the Divcn
port Business Men's associatim last eve
ning. It was a thoroughly practical talk
and contributed much to encouragement
of the beet suear plant at. Davenport.
The Demoenu savs:
There were present business men and
farmers from Rock Island and Milan on
the other side of the river, e-nd from Mim-
catine on ttis side. Aidodj the Musca
tine delegation were John Mahin, editor
of the Journal, and Fred Daut who is
agitating the subject in bis town and
county with his well known energy.
At the conclusion of the lecture and
the talk which followed the following re
solutions were presented and adapted by
a rising vote:
Whereas, Under the a ispices of the
Davenport Business Men s association a
meeting of timely interest to farmers and
business men alike, of Scott county, Iowa,
and surrounding country, has been ad
dressed by Dr H. W. Wile i. chief chemist
of the national agricultural department,
therefore be it.
Resolved, That the thanks of the meet-,
ing ara hereby cordially tendered Dr.
Wiley for bis courtesy in coming to Dav
enwrt, and for his very thorough and
deeply interesting discussion of the sugar
beet question, thereby promoting the
study of the snbject, whir h it is hoped
will take even more practical shape at an
eirly day in this state.
"A 'olU ll'ajr."
Tonight Fisher's great comedy success,
"A Cold Day," is to be presented at Har
pel's theatre. The Columbus Prew re
cently ssid of this attraction:
The largest audience that has ever as
sembled at the Globe theatre witnessed
the opening production of Fisher's musi
cal comedy, "A Cold Diy," last night.
Every seat was occupied and several hun
dred more could have been disposed of.
ror tne "standing room only card was
displayed long before the curtain went up
on the first act. The audience was com
posed of a class of theatre-going people
who have a very acute a jpreciation of a
good show and the tumultuous manner in
&-tASftliey applauded could only be in
j A he 10M as a hearty endorsement of both
ber.clMHro.the clever rianner in which
iiL., u stronger
iiaaaawav """bjyjtM ha. t...r..
had hold uTWaTr:3Ti ho'vitTZ
neased "A ld Day" when it visiter
Columbus before would hardly know It
now. so great has been the improvement
The play is funny to the extreme. The
opportunities are many iinQ an are mane
the very best of by the pe opie oi tne caaio.
The audience last night laughed almost
incessantly throughout t be perrormance.
Perkins D. Fisher as Jacob Blow and
Richard Morocco kept the bouse in a con
tinuous uproar. om are unburn, u
Witty. Seldom ts it inn so guuu
Mi., fh.rinttx made a pronounced on
in v... .u.-r d.ncine tnd her fine cos
tumes created a stir tmong the ladies.
Tk. , members of the company are
all efficient and specially adapted o tueir
R is. Parmenter. attorney at law
M.k collections, loais money and will
attend to any legal business intrusted to
him. Office, postomca dioce, kocx tai
and. Ills. dsAwly
Order ice cream in 'wick forms and get
the best. One or mo re kinds in eacn
brick; turns out nice; and easy to serve.
Krell & M.tb can sur ply you any time.
t ents and wounds cn be cured in a
shxrt time by the use of Salvation Oil.
Price 25 cents.
THE BOCK ISLAND AHGUB. SATURDAY.
A NEW FERRY FRANCHISE
Ab Oatstde Veaapaajr Hits ta be A p.
Birlaa; tr rrivtlecra Which W ill
saepreve Preaeat Farllltlea.
The Davenport Tine of last evening
contains an ex tended article on the possi
bility of a new ferry company being giv
en a franchise between the cities of Rock
Island and Davenport, with a prevision
that it run five minute boats, and reduce
fares. The Time says:
As is quite generally known the fran
chise of the Rock Island and Davenport
Ferry company expires the present year
and already an application has been con
sidered in the board of supervisors and
the matter has been laid ovtr until the
next meeting. This is right and while
the board is considering this application,
it should not deal lightly with an appli
cation from another company that is de
sirous of putting in a ferry system be
tween the two cities. A Missouri com
pany, which owns several ferry fran
chises in western waters, has directed a
communication to Chairman Sears, of
the board of supervisors of Scott county,
asking foi a ferry franchise for this river.
This company is one of wide experience
and of big capital, and if a franchise is
granted, the purpose is to put on two
small boats of high power and light
draught, to run all the time. They will
make trips every five ininutts and will
charge only half the fare now charged by
the present ferry company. They
will make of their boats excursion boats,
so that persons paying one fare
can ride all afternoon between the two
cities. Now 'this proposition is most
liber.il, and in these days when rapid
transit is the the me, this subject of better
communication between the two cities is
extremely popular and should be fully
considered by the board of supervisors.
It is well known thiit the present ferry
company has fought every method of
transportation between these two cities
excepting their own corporation. Capt.
T. J. Robinson, who is president of the
Rock Island National bank, is president
of the ferry company and owns two-tbirds
of the $110,000 stock. It is also a well
known fact Capt. Robinson fought the
old bridge and the new bridge and worked
night and day to get congress to pass a
bill making the new bridge a toll bridge
and fought it with no success.
It is a fact, too, and one that is gen
erally known that this ferry company
paid dollars to Rock Island ti secure a
charter, where it never piid Davenport
one cent. It is known that the bitter
est enemies of the Hennepin canal
schemes, was those interested in this
ferry company. Time was when the
company sought to dictate, but now that
there are more ways than one to get from
one city to the other the company is more
liberal. It was not more than two or
three years ago that there was some feel
ing here in Davenpoit, on account of its
position against the bridges, street car
lines, and in fact, every means of transit
between the two cities. It is also quite
generally knqwn that soms of the nock
which is paying well, on account of the
exclusive franchise is held, was sold to
certain Davenport pariies at a very low
figure, for the purpose of securing in
fluence among Davenport people. All
these things are quite well-known facta.
There is no doubt but what this cor
poration for twenty-Sve years has been a
monopoly, and these methols, as a re
sult of such monopoly, has proved det
rimental to the interests and retarded the
growth of both Davenport and Rock Inl
and. Now that a foreign company wisties to
come in and give us a quicker and lietter
service at just one half the price, there
appears to be no good reason why a fran
chise should not be sranled.
While the Amirs is not opposed to
another ferry franchise being granted be
tween the two cities, being always in
favor of improving transportation facili
ties, it believes thi Davenport Timt is un
justly severe on the present Rock Island
& Davenport Ferry company, for while
it did for years and until recently enjoy a
monopoly and an exclusively princely
franchise, bitterly opposing, all competi
tion, it has always given us good accom
modations the best ferry boat indeed on
the entire Mississippi river. Of course
we bail with delight, all improvements
and the Alio us has ever been free to con
demn the ferry company, when it has
sought to antagonize them all its readers
know that. But the Amirs is not so blind to
all sens: of justice as to endorse all that
the Timrt says coucerning Capt. Robin
son, especially as it pertains to the Hen
nepin canal. Capt Robinson has scru
pulously guarded his own interests al
ways, and has utilized all the powers
and influences that be could draft into
his service and be has been quite suc
cessful in this to furt'ier them, but be
has never been charged before with op
posing the Hennepin canal. He was one
of the original fathers of the scheme, and
is now the only survivor of the first Henne
pin canal commission. He has been from
the first day the canal was beard of one
of its staunchest and mist faithful advo
cates and no man has taken a more ac
tive t in promoting its success than
Let us condemn a narrow-minded, sin
gle-handed business policy, where it is
prejudicial to public welfare, but let us
not permit it to warpour sense of fairness,
Let us give justice where justice is due.
At Trinity church. Rev. R. F. Sweet,
rector, services at 10:45 a. m., 12 m. and
7 p. m. At the chapel at 2MJ p. m.
Bishop Burgess will visit the parish on
Septuagesima Sunday. January 25.
At the Broadway Presbyterian church.
Rev. W. S. Marquis, pastor, will preach
at 10:45. In the evening there will be
talks by laymen on the topic "Why I Am
a Christian. " Sunday school and young
people's prayer meeting at usual hours.
At the Central Presbyterian Preach
ing in the morning by the pastor, the Rev.
John H. Kerr. Subject: "Christ Strength
ening us;" evening subject, "The Kind
of Young Men We Need," a special aer -mon
to young men. Sunday school 9 30
a. m. Y. P. S. C. . at 0:45 p. m.
At the Christian church services at
10.45 a. m. and 730 p. m. conducted by
Evangelist T. A. Boyer. Morning subject:
"The Great contest and Victory." Eye
ing subject: .Nineteen '
- nb ecl ''The Reward
n-J h l-nrinn to tbe End." At
o. m . preaching oy rv. CJ '
tne Wealeyan Methodiat church. Sunday
school 9:15 a. m. Mr. J. F. Rebinsoo
superintendent. Children meeting a:au
p m iobbi reoom awunjnwii. w.
At the First Baptist Tbe Rev. Dr.
C. E. Tavlor. pastor, will preach 10.45 a.
m. and 7:30 p. m. Evening subject.
Sin and I'a Cure. Sunday scnooi at v
,. m. Mr. J. W. Welch, superintendent.
Sunday school at Forty fourth street
chapel at 7 p- m.. Mr. C. L. Williams.
superintendent, rreacninn at me cuai
at 7 p. m., by nr. (jnariea i. ani.
Young people's meeting at 6.30 p. m. led
by Miss Ada Campbell.
it la a Mistake
To try to cure catarrh by using local ap
plications. Catarrh is not a local but a
constitutional disease. It ia not a dia-
sase of the man's nose, but of the man.
therefore, to effect a cure, requires a
constitutional remedy like Hood's Sana-
parilia, which, acting through tbe Dloon.
reaches every part 01 ut jaicm, cupel
ing the taint which causes the disease
and imparting health.
imes of I
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V - jiaM" - fnWVl V ' ana see ine nana-carvea
t i " v- i . . ,, u eriJC raven pon. 1
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TRUE BILLS FOUND.
The Grand Jury Finds two Indict
A Kepart ta tha ctrew.lt C'aart tale At-
teraaaa Itetlrraaeat far Parther
Tbe grand jury reported to Judge
Smith this afternoon two true billt which
had been found as tbe result of the delib
erations thus far and retired for further
consideration of other matters which had
been brought to the august body. One
of the indictmenti was aginst W. B.
Prysinger, of Milan, charged with
having on Sept. 29. last assaulted
his wife with intent to murder. Frys-
inger had been bound over by a Milan
justice of tbe peace on the charge and if
the stories told under oath of the accused
are to be taken, bis treatment of his wife
is tbe most cowardly and outrageous that
has been conceived within the criminal
aouals of Rock Island county, and tbe
trial is likely to divulge evidence as start
ling as it is sensational.
Tbe other bill was against Frank Wil
son, charged with the burglary of the Loose
of C. Wolff over bis shop on Twenty-
first street a few weeks sgo.
Judge Smith adjourned the circuit
court until Monday.
A SAD PATK.
A Paraier Pramlarat Mailac t'ltiara
Meat ta a Mail Hoaar-H. P.. Barbpr'a
Four years ago Harlow E. Barber, who
for a number of years had been landlord
of tbe Keater house and who had become
recognized as one of Moline's oldest citi
zens, left that city for Chicago where he
has since resided. Now through yester
day's Chicago Iltrnld cornea this intelli
gence concerning him:
Hawlow E. Barber, a fine looking old
man, seventy-one years of age. was ad
judged insane by a jury yesterday and
committed to an asylum at Kankakee.
S me time ago he wanted to purchase a
store belonging to O. W. Griswold. 2S15
South Park avenue. He had no money,
be told Griswnl t. but as there was a con
signment of 13.000 hoes coming to him
from the north bo would have mooey af
ter he sold them. He claimed to have
$10,000,000. but said he could net use
any of that. He was found wandering
about the streets several days afterward
and taken to the Harrison street station.
He was examined by a physician and sent
to the detention hospital. When brought
before Judge Scales yesterday be stated
that his affairs did not concern the court.
"Would jou like to make a statement?"
said the judge.
"Yes," said the Barber. "May it please
tbe court, ladies and gent'emen. I do not
know in what court I am or under what
jurisdiction I appear. I don't know who
brought me here. Why, I ara a friend
to Ben Harrison, General 'Pap' Thomas,
and all the famous men down to the "rear
guard.' They can tell yon all about me."
He rambled on for a few moment I,
when Judge Scales asked:
"Is it true, as they say. that you are in
saneT" Tears came to the old man's eyes
as he replied in a broken voice:
"I presume this court i better ab'e to
decide that matter than I. My mind is
a little weak, and I think it would help
me lo go where I can rest for a while."
Mr. Barber's home ia on Tracy street.
He says he has not lived with his wife
for a number of years and has had a great
deal of trouble. It was learned that 'be
ia in poor circumstances.
Mr. Barber's misfortune is ereally de
plored by his many old acquaintances
and friends in Moline.
m. tv . a.
head Clerk C. W. Hawes, of the M.
W. A., issues a circular saying tbe mem
bership record of the order is faulty, and
be anticipates tb'at hundreds of members
will fail to receive the new paper, the
Moilrrn Wooitmen, to be issued tbis month ;
therefore clerks of camps are asked to
send in new lists of names and addresncs
of members. Another thing of perhaps
more general interest to the members of
tbe order is tbe fact that hi reafter the
clerk is to have no option as to failing to
suspend members who fail to pay their
assessments before the last day of tbe
month on which railed. Heretofore
clerks have reported as in good standing
members who have paid, up to the lime
of making their reports, evon though
that should betbreeor four days after
the last day of the month. Hereafter
all auch must be reported as delinquent.
Hence it will he important to pay within
the limited time.
7. Rock Island Building and Loan
and Savings association to G D Newton
lot 7, block 7. Pitts, Gilbert Jt Pitta' first
addition to Moline, $2,r00
8 J C H Reed to J K Gjoom lou 1. 2,
. block S and Iota 11 and 12. block 4.
R Walker's place South Moline. $1,500.
J C H Reed to P S McGlynn lot 2.
block 4, R Walker's place South Moline,
8 J H Anderson to A E R Anderson,
block E, Child's second addition to Mo
Sarah Robinson to E H Collins, et
al. lou 9. 10, 11 and 12. block 2. Tbomp.
snn te Wells' addition to Rock Mand.
Sarah E Robinson to E H Collins et
al, 5-14 of lots 9. 10. 11 and 12, block 2.
Thompson & We! la' addition to Rock
Go to nolbrook's, Davenport, for car
pets ana sue curtains.
Furnished rooms for one or two gon
tlemen. 1422 Third avenue.
Nice fresh buttercups and home-made
caramels at Krell & Math's.
Wanted A good boy at the "Casino,"
corner 3rd ave. and 24th street.
Tenderloin, spare ribs, pig's feet, leaf
leard, etc., at Ullmore a pork house.
For sale at a bareain. a firal-claaT rfT;-
lly horse and phaeton. Address Annus
An elegant assortment of dining tables,
chairs and bat racks at Holbrook s. lHv
A bandsoma Una of book cases and
cabinets just received at Holbrook s, Dav
enport. Chocolate, mint, wlnterLrecn. lemon
and maple cream patterns just received at
Krell & Math s.
For rubber stamps of all kinds go to
tbe Rock Island Steam Rubber Stamp
Works, 1714 Second avenue.
The Crown restaurant. No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish yon
oysters In every style. A. B. Johnson,
E. B. McKown sells hard wood in
leneths. cut or split: soft coaL lump and
nut. corner Fifteenth atreet and Karat
avenue. Telephone 1198.
Progressive euchre ice cream. Each
person ireta a plat of ice cream with the
exact cut of a card on top. Whragivinf
card party bavs these and oraer isem
from Krell & Math's.
JANUARY 10. 11
"A Cold Day" at tbe theatre tonight-1
J. C. Johnston, of Reynolds, wia" In
the city today. '
Mr. H. O. Norton, of HamptoB, was
(n the city today. ;;
Fine bananas, mandarine orange aaJ
all kinds of frulu at Boro'a. '
Five acres on Milan road, all platted,
for sale by Geo. W. D. Harris. .
H. P. and O. h. Brnner, of Taylor
Ridge, were in. the city today . ,
A nice property with large troond.
the best location on Elm street, for sale by
Geo. W. D. Harris. V,
Mrs. Georglana Bixby is basy getting
ready to move into her new home, 1903
Seventh avenue. i
Fine house with three acres of frouc'I
near Milan street cars, for sale cheap tiy
Goe. W. D. Harris. ' i
Edglngton camp 404 Modern Wood
men of America, will give an oyster sop
per on Thursday evening, Jtn. 22. J
Mr. W. E. Flack, bnsiness manager
for tbe Roberts-Sailer company, in"Fnit
and Marguerite," called at the A noes of
non. Bill Payne returned from Spring
field this afternoon wearing a new ftit
hat. His trip to Springfield batnt been
without beneficial results. ' l
Mr. Eugene Harvey, treasurer of Fishf
era a "Odd Day" company which an
pearea at Harper's theatre tonight, wail
a caller at the Annus office today. I
Mrs. 3. F. Bell left last night fot Fori
Riley to assist in taking care of LientL
Garlington, until he is able to joist hiL
family in South Carolina. Lieut Beit
is with his regiment at Pine Ridge. I
Josie, daughter of Mr. James Mlrfleld.
was surprised by a number of her young
friends at her home on Elm street lent
evening, and a most happy occasion ft
proved to be all around. . ',
Mr. and Mrs. Hakelier h ercby desire to
express their sincere thanks to all neigh
bors and frienda for all their kindness
and sympathy in their late terrible bet
reave men t in the toss of their child.
Rev. J n. Kerr will give his secont
lecture in tbe Y. M. C- A. rooms at X
p. m. tomorrow. He will talk ns the
purpose and place of tbe books of the old
testament. All young men are invited
to be present.
The Fisher "Cold Day" company which
appears at Harper's theatre tonight gave
an excellent entertainment at Molina last
night to a crowded house and a delighted
audience. The dancing of Charlotte was
a marked feature. i
Hon. Ben T. Cable, wife and daughter
left last evening for toe eal. On the
14'h they tl for France, expecting io
spend two months visiting in Tours
and Paris. During his stay la Earor
Mr. Cable's permanent address will V
Boulevard Ilearlcloup, Tours, Frasne.
W. M. Hull, representing Hon. Heaty
Waltrrson, who is nut on a abort lecture
tour through Iowa, made the Annus a
pleasant call today. Mr. Hull is dearroifj
of booking the eminent Kenturkian fof
lectures in Rock Island and Daveaptrrt.
and if sufficient encouragement is offeret)
by our people, will do so.
Mr. J. C. Adams today disposed of
half interest in liia wall paper f atabli
mcnt to W. J. Woodrutb. maneper of
A. Maxwell & Co's. retail wall paper
partment at Chicago. Mr. Wood
who is therefore one of tbe bntt l!l
paper men in tbe country, will roof ka
Rock Island and assume charge of ie
Adams Wall Paper Company's buta. ilj.
Mr. Adams retiring fiy the prartir vf
Al. Sluder the long time driver on
old Moline & Rock Island lines is o
duty for a few data. This is so anus
an occurrence wim tbe little driver t
it has awakened some curiosity and
answer to many inquiries as to the cautl
discloses the fact that Studcr has betin
studiously rocking a cradle with, each
hand for several days instead of twieCrijg
car brakes. A boy and a (.irl make up
the pair and Studcr Is proud of his luck.
It h.i- l-wii a point in di;iute from "it
time M'licn-ii tbe uieuiory of limn rnnnti
U.-t iliuMoiitrnry" w'tellit-r iiarii unhtr
oi.kIiI not l iu.ia-tlM ir fucrs. aa iiel
niimt mid m,u,r oi her nld Dutch pliil.,
pliers Iiimxi Hint Adam ax created wnli
oul a U-nnl. aud Hint t lie MtH-nclaff otdy
ltrv.HU to crop out af:r be liatl n aim! He-1
aiu. Hut. if so. why a not Kte mad- a
"eanliil ladj." mimv i,c vn ul InM u
much of :i Ir.iLK-n.r n- Allan.'
ilii j-, t hr t..i,vi;iuii,T ..f ber fault
iv:tn the iiiirmlticf urn nf m-m iiiit m hieh sa
mucli harder t.rL I linn kLh ins- thai e..
lo u eut Uii- iiuasl u;rti lii-r.iuiil made
lientl.lai v in the female line, n- a mt !
nj:Mii'Kl tbe facinl uuiMtner u iijr.l t,
A. lain A; S.111-. lVrliapn it s ! unc i
iilca u tlii- v. bull iniuiej tbe I'nritat,
wi.nicii ol loiitf ii 1.1 wear prrn airon..
In a kn.m le.1,-11 t-i.i ,.f ;IP nauithunrs ,f
our common mo: Lit. im.l i. ,.nt to tBe
titctf.l.M n. oe.l i.r mat I lie) Milter for lit r
guilt iu lM-iui coinl. mnitl Iokcw.
AnueU. the n-tute Vo HelOKint at
sure u.. have no Ivan!, nnd he loeuts
Comlnd.-. ih;U 11 isaick-tl Imttoabar.
This i what I lie lan-r. rail a ton
aequiliir. Tlw prrmi-nt t)i tint jti-tifytte
conclusion Tliis troinlt-rf it I rasui-t. bor
ever. mitwii It-tandiiu; hi-hatred of brnnK
actually wore miiMactm.' .nr rlr IW1
lawalnl. bat Mill tJtn. J
A man who has intruded hit own execu
tion ami Htitl survive lo relate tbe drto.!
ia surely won by of a sbnn paragraph. 1 Be
man io qiie-tlion. allhinich at .n rat aerV
iug in tiie i.iiuilile rwrtty of waiter tjo
yeant aim one .t tlx- historic cbamirra f
the world. II.s name i Ci.l Maine as al
in 1!j8 he was on the point of bem Jl7
Claimt-U TrM,l-ot of l metis r w be
waa arrested, charsrtf llh treasoe
sentenced to be sh-rt. n MoixUtJ
u, of that year, ha was tak.cn by a pi
of soldiers out of tbe capital to a at
spot in the beart of a forrwt and bos)
hi s ior.yt sum w,
AS tbe word
caused .Mrter.ui to fc-Kj r-j J V--
nia doc near tbe r
I Injr 1M H '
osrTtMWsl. but not il-
tan oa toe groanu. j. ..
nminit, -l T A ' il
Often teJIri c auY'V S
t'reuchj:entier n tli!ucajs
Arts aa4 IklninA 9
As olJrbistoriao thus ttnlinf 1 1.
teat lie tod other arts:
Tbd textile and other an. srkut.
iabdlt Kj7pt prrvioua to the Jews.
" l""" lch tbe Pbaraoha,
ao liavily an interest would aadouofc.
"s ttssiuisi area a higher state of pen
tioatbaatfcoy did h tlser .nZl
tocootinue under auch favor.io. s-,
""aiiar th subjuKsttoa of tin
aaoa bj Cambreer, iJ6 rears befors OB:
""""r- ana ana sueuues, ander a fur
nisetipeareo, or rather caaaed to
oewKeaoua la tgyp. Tha Ptotenuea.
laded, eiicxiurmtfrtl llM?m. bot aaderUeii
reicva tha arts wars cuieflr cantroiled by
UstUtarlaiia. Tha Erpuatia bad degea
ratad from tbe know led fee of iar
OMCocm- whose hieruglTpbics titer taeoa
elvaa M loDKer aaderatood.-Lrv Uoods
f a. Sasasx Oerira.
Fair and colder.
Tmx Bet lee .
The taxes for 1890 m u Ji. ..
navabla to the townshln rnlU-t,w. -t .1.
County Treasurer's office la the coort
oust, uwnera of real estate are re
noested to brlns-their lt ,-...
ceipts in order to save time ia nndinc the
uouiifvMu 01 incur property oa the
books. David FmoxaALri.
flara caal Karkat.
17 75 Per ton for beat uiliisnu v.i
all sizes, delivered within city limits, 2V
per ton discount for cash. Indiana black
94 50 and Cannel coal f 8 per ton delivrred,
rwrtaee added on ail orders for Im, is..
one ton; carrying in 25c per ton extra.
e u. raAtta.
Catarrh indirab-s imnure lilmwl mnA
cure it, take Hood's Sarsaparilla. which
punnet tne Diooa. told by all druggists
Makes Ui lives of many pmyle mi-e.hle.
an4 often leads to -lI-detro-tiiP. iKsirrst
after ratine, sour stnowh. skk hrjarbe.
beartbiim. kMof aprslite.afatnt. " at rone"
frcjiug, bid tute. coated toncur. sis Int-cti.
,. binty the N.mrl.. are
VI Stress sonw of the n,m rimmw
After )nij4.- r)-piTtii do.-i
r..tnp ' " U Ct Itsrlf. It
tBU"5 rPirrs ran-M. s-r-i-t.-ni
attention, and a n-nmtjr like lln ' Ktr-a-parllla.
hi h acts s--Mly, yt nn-!y and
rflick-titlr. It !: tlte stomarh and othr
orpuia, Trstlates I he d. cesium, rrrate. a
otrreomun Hie ' .s al mp- 0 'c
torn remnrts t!ie f yinpj-HOadSCnC
tbette effect td lis- ili-eae, Lanl-br I lie
kradarhe, and rrtrc-l-s the tired miad.
I have hern trmiU. d i:h dyvpsia- I
had but little pi-t.!e. and what I did eat
Uosrf, di-ln-M-d lue, or did me
r,11 little rood. In an hnor
DUrn sfier nunc I wnatd er-
Jlenee a faintneM, or tin-d. all-CHte (eehrur.
a Ihooch I nad not ratca anytbmc. My tmo.
Mr. I think. u aL-rravatcd I') ny tMttine.
which H that of a aii:t--r. and fmna N in
more or lea shut ep 1.1 a
ronmwithfrc-hpainl. j-t 8ur
spring 1 in-k it.i Sir-a- Stomach
rilla took ttin-e laii-a. It did me aa
Immense am mm it f-d It rite mean
apprt'l'". arsl my f.1 r-li-ncd and aati-nd
the rraht I h-.d j n-v;.i-ly evpcrHixt-d "
Crom.e A. Pai:i . V. 'at-rtwn. Miu,
SoTahy!ldra.-xl-t. f '. if r rmwudH
rjC I. Ilsil t .1. aputlsrsr.ia.lyi.erU. Mast
ton Doses Ono Dollar
J. K. Kntisst, ... Xwipr
tSatorday, January 10.
Knar Esrsrentent of FISHER .ecee.
a one? oo t. Tnn
as f CO OI. Il rt
a a o t hi. i ii
aaa v oo ot. t It
a a one oo UJXini
rnr v t
i it v v
i n t vv
It It 4 V
l'l'l A A r
Acleaa and neat Psr.-e e'ontedy. o vssrey.
IttclnStnr trrie romps r J nf h'Scirf
I oai-li.ne. st.3 tbe preatct Ls.lt
Im Wf c!--'-! rlit--h.f T- Fiffi ftftr4--
art-r i-foi!,. llV tKIk
stlHs.IC tatrssitairitlC St,) 1f,a lft.
trsx arcrerv fr.ps thv Xr r
Yvt mV Unrti' Iiwi i m h -p,rt..t,c
Vsmrc! N hBti4-s . rm i.tir' Ntsi m-t k
pksnt ! t' twirs Mlioef bB1 lt.nrt.trr.
UpwriaU Thm tipny carry ir I r--aM-rT
ttn ib rtttirs? jfdntii.
Tlciirt om wsj Tw. tti ' Hv lUrprr
II4w PharmxcT. r s-a M r4 TT. --tit.
8helf Oil Cloth,
aar"PidareC.rd. Tens-. Ns -.
and Uaokm si k.e-i .nr.
Can and -r.
fhrst dnnr rest of Londna "mtl,
acOo. I i
Call and see Those Fine
Two Car Loads, very rbrsa. si
Islil. K'.t and IsU Tltird Intsr,
10 'Little? Jewel
HAVE YOU SEEN IT !
j If Tf want a lamp tf aa? k.ni. it
' will PJ jr to are what I hava. The
j rsej la price ia frora 1 reau ap. aad
' the variety aod style is just aa treat.
. Ssish4,. as. TJs
Gran.1 annual clearing eale
"c uruun -yj per Cent .r one fifth
from price c fall
ILicl icis' .lackcls,
Ladies' Newmirkets, Children's and Misses' Cloaks.
10 per cent, or one tenth
Ladies' Plush Eacques
Here I n rhincn f..s- ......
, -- - .im it, it-pirjisii votir WardrolM at
wnmu TIJT nn,,rok"n- i-l in Cher d "
parimenti. Mr- Gf il,oS rapper n.W. m var1 i.nc,h,
GLEMANN & SALZMANN.
What Would be a Useful Christmas Present:
CLEHANN & SALZHAtlN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 121, 124 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
orirRTfto rxnsa tm nts rrart i.sw.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
KCK MUM), ILL,,
!! dsl'y trnat lln Is p ts, s4 eiesr-vt'.nrs fesei 7 Io SaYlera.
Five rrremt Interest paid on Deposits. Money Inanei r-a roraoaal. Ctl
lau rat or Real Estate- Scaritr
I r. mt)LD rw. r c. DiMiSAX. tr. j. a. at ruan. eraser
r. L. V -uwi'. B r. r t- D-i. lnkiiiisnr c. r 1jee.
J. t. Kramer. L hwe. K m Hen. t. St. a slurs.
Jsrasos a Ursn. hslimenk.
eV-sriu Wa asr Jn;, a. ii. and r,ff assamc rma smk stH LrMe
liars) assa stosauitsd.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
ioinsr & ADLER,
Removed to il Seventeenth Street
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
emmrrTsr!, is r.1 .tr.it ss4 Fm:rk aerssr. .... I s tt HX
J. T. RYAN, Proi -rieu r
TSO Imw. S,. . H- fCrl.-4 th--;Vs .i si.4 f tws .s 1 iiwl l , f-sl -c ie-O
ft isi w r 4si ti. jsr 4 , a. .rst.M flssi t l.
J". JUL. C-HHRISTlrr,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
ABcrarrcaia or ciscitu abb aisctrtrs
Ask jour Oroorr tx Lbrta. They are beet.
Be7tsrris1tes: Tnef-arMj "0TITI1" s4 U CXne-y "WirXE"
ROCK LLXXT. ILL.
ALL KI3IPS or C tRTKXTER WuRK ZKiSK.
ear-ueoersl J s.i.r aee ea eUort osuee x4 estiefsrtins rssrstr-ed
Office aJ .shop 1412 Fourth Avenue. It-H K t-Llt ILL.
KANN & HTJCKSTAEDT,
OIL CLOTHS, SHADES, DJlAE.X,Zu.
(ireal Clearance Sale
SCHNEIDER'S SHOE STORE.
if ornrR tj r.Eiir t tT.c eir
Felt Boots and Slices,
I win sdlre Usrei fe ta. s-vt S4i st
rnnA see s sarsls Tfc
IVtB rflh Aveaue,
ReyaUd s Block
of cloak. KenninR Monday
w ill I. le.lu, from all
Ladies' Plush Jackets,
... t i . .
A Lalier Writitiff Hk.
A Iia-lien IleMtkcaae.
A LalieV Music ralnti-t.
A Fine Si.Mtoard.
A Fine Centm TaMe.
A Fancy chair.
A Facrj Koe ker,
Anl ruatiy other nice an 1 ne
--r- tlM s .ll asi-s,k . e s-slr .-as, f
- r su- sell s,rsie e .-st
1819 tnsta4 As
loyd & Stewart