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THE AliGUS; FXUDAY. DECEMBElt 11, 1891.
Rubbers tbe Bcs'.on..
Orersboes the Boston.
Storm ru bbers the Bostoo.
Ojstcrs and celery at Browner'.
Save money by trading at Goldsmith's.
Save your money and trade at tbe Lon
don. Homer Wi!cox, of Chicago, is in the
The best $15 overcoats in the city at
Everything in fur milts and driving
gloves at Bennett's.
Overcoats cheaper than elsewhere at
The only and best place to trade is at
Ten dollars will buy a fine overcoat at
Gold spectacles, properly fitted for
$1 25 saved on every 1 3 worth of goods
bought at the London.
Ex-Mayor Henry Carse is confined to
his hoite wi'.h the grip.
Evening slippers in light shades and
an whims the uoston.
Underwear and overwear at unheard of
low prices at the London.
For a fine doubled breasted Melton
overcoat go to Goldsmith's.
Ex-Circuit Clerk E. H. Bowmin, Jr.,
now of Omaha, is in the city.
When in need of gloves or milts Ben
nett's is the place to get them.
The new Philadelphia toe is the laUst
in shots A to E the Boston.
"Success depends upon the liberal pat
ronage of printing offices." Astor.
Nice fat vecison. chickens, ducks and
turkeys at Schindler's meat market.
A fine Chris'.mss present. A pair of
gold cje glas es, fitted free, at Thomas'
Barrios of all bargains are the 9 S
all wool Kersey overcoats at the London
' Frequent and constant advertising
brought me all I own." A. T. Stewart
Until closed we will sell ladies' house
shippers for 50 cents, worth ?1 the Bos
Found A lalj's purse and contents.
0cer can obtain sme by calling at this
"My .. deal odIj with men who ad
vertie. You will no ver loose by it."
The LonJoa is keeptng open house this
week sad next week. Come ia aDd help-
jourseif to our bargias.
S'.raT.;d or siojen A beadl; hound,
white and yeitow ajoMed, return ti City
bakery and be rewarded.
. Get your frisnd or relative a pir of
cold etcs, proper' fitted free, by Prof
Hirschberg at Thomas'.
Those S9 ST ail wool Kersey overcoats
at the London are the identical same
thing other houses aivertise at $12 50.
For a nice Christmas present there is
nothing more appropriate than a pair cf
gloves, and Bennett has them in profu
sion. Tho work of constructing the Twenty
fourth street viaduc: is being rapidly ad
vanccd under the direction of Supt. Tay
Another arrival of ladies' furs just in
at Llovd & Stewarts. Call and see
them their entire stock is now com
A nice line of fancy canned goods for
holidays, this Beason packed, consisting
of fruit, vegetables and fish. George
Lloyd & Stewart are showint a fine
diapUv than ever ia the holiday goods.
It will pay you to s-e their grand layout
Fatciiit s '.ohliig-r.ure kittle rendered
leaf lard for S'immer lXCHlll
cans cr jars h.led b
HH.'S, J. S. Gilmr.ru 'i
The liodmnn Rifles and fcitu tv,ool
nine played a game of indoor base ball at
Armory hall las, night, and the Rifles
won, 49 to 10.
The 6tore of J. J. Johnson & Co , at
Cordova, has been obliged to suspend be
cause of of the firm's trouble at Omaha.a
chattel mortgage for S11.00J in favor of
II. P. Hull having been foreclosed.
There are friendly tics nnd marriage ties.
And tuiciul tic as wt-ll.
There are biisinefc tli s and railroad tire.
Or which the actor tell. t
There are kindred lii. and Turin j tic.
And Uie lies in a game of ball,
I'.nt the Christmas i cs in our iiijlie,
Arc Ihe prcttics-t Hcb of a i:
l.lnyd & Stewart.
The new ard handsomely appointed
Rock Island house billiard hall will be
thrown open to the public tomorrow
aigbt. W. H. Catton will be present and
give some exhibition shots on the new
tables, and Manager Negus will spread a
grand lunch of roast pig, etc.
The lecture by Dr. Robert Nourse, of
Washington, D. C, will be tbe next en
tertainment in the Rock Islaid Lecture
association course. It will be ft Har
per's theatre next Thursday evening,
Deo. 17. Subject, "Dr. Jeckyll and Mr.
Hyde " Reserved seat sale begins Tues
day nr ornirig at 7:30 at Harper s phar
C. D. Veliehas been stocking the la tie
at Prospect Prk. Molinc, with German
carp. About 500 were received recently
from the state fish commissioner at Q tin
cyan 1 deposited in the lake. The ap
plication for the fish was made latt
spring:, but they were not received until
a few days since.
The ferry Spencer has taken advantage
of the p'easaLt weather to again be out.
It is surprising how anxious tbe ferry
compnny is to accommodate the public in
these latter years. In the old days when
it was 50 cents to a back man or walk, the
public could take Vanderbill's advice i'
it hee led the echo of the ftrry company,
but new its different.
Tbe Davenport & Rock Island Street
Railway company is still laying out money
hand over fist for tbe tri-city plant.
Through Davis & Co. they have just
receivtdtwo boilers for the heating ap
paratuses of the Rock Island and Daven
port ct r houses. Tbe boilers are 20 and
30 hor e-powcr capacity, and together
weighed about four tons. The car pits
are to lie provided with coi's of steam
pipes, which will afford a great advan
tage to tbe electric experts in working
wi'h tie motors in tbe winter time.
The lead f the New York bomb-thrower
is st 11 unidentified.
AtaiilT war has b.en inaugurated be
tween Cnnnria ami Newfoundland.
Char es 1 Kvarts. son -f ex-Senator
Kvarfs, was found dead iu bed at Wind
An ii cendiary firent Williamsburg, In.,
destroyed a Mock t Uisiuess building
China's emperor has got tired of conut
ing wit l the abacus, aud is now studyiug
Georpe W. Stewart, the inventor of. the
sea tele llione, by which passing ships cau
com in u licate, is dead.
The widow of Hon. Matt Carpenter, bis
son, anil daughter have all j ined the Ro
man Ca holic church.
Oliver Wilson Pond, the theatrical man
ager ami actor, died, at Mount Hope re
treat, mar Baltimore, of paresis.
Ruder-idorf's hotel and the offices of The
Chronic e, The Sun and Kye, and The
Star weie burned at Dixlgeville, Wis.
The famine in parts of Mexico is acute,
and the p.-ople are rioting because the
government does not give them enough
Sir Frtderick Lcighton has consented to
act as ch tirman of the fine arts section of
the royai commission for the Chicago ex
hibition. Adolf Albert, a prominent broker of
Prussian Silesia, has been declared bank
rupt. It Is SAid that he has embezzled
Tallon Hall, a survivor of the Cole-Ev-erson
feu 1 in Kentucky, was arreted at
Memphis He boasts of having killed
The R issian prince, GussopofT, who
died recei tly, is said to have been worth
$i,000,0( 0. His heir is his daughter's
husband, once a poor lieutenant.
The Clinch sisters, heirs of the late
Mrs. Ste.vart, have divided their prop
erty, wort,h between 4,00u,)0 and fR.OOO,
000, between their nephews and nieces, re
taining only $10,000 annuity.
Miss E la Silvers, of Decatnr, 111.,
dropped ilead of heart disease in the
lobby of t le opera bonne. The body was
removed without the knowledge uf ILe
amtience snd the play went on.
Queen Margherita of Italy thinks a
queen ought to remain youn? and beau
tiful for political reasons, us feminine
loveliness is so essential to popularity,
e--peciai'.y in the southern regions of Eu
rope. Miss Pa iline Ilueml, of St. Louis, who
is worth S! 'W O.'K), has signed a contract to
pay William Bradley just one-third of
her fortune if ho cures her of a mental
difficulty t lint has kept ber from making
an? advaui ement since she was 1C years
old. Urad ty is a faith curist.
Two Hungarian peasants, man nnd
wife, had a sou who after nn nlisence jf
sixteen yens carnc home, with $3,(Kio.
While he as asleen thflt. :,;ght his own
mothtr, who had not recognized him,
iittn. ,ci liny w iit-ii
learned wb i her victim was she fell dead.
Yl;iterapK In Clt-velanfi.
C'LKVI LAOt. O , IVc. 11. Even the resi
dents of a-istocratic Ejclid avenue are
not free from the visitations of White
ops. Wcduesday morning V. II. Bur
ridge's barn at SGI Euclid avenue wis
discovered to be on fire. Just previous to
the discovety of the fire a card was found
on Ihe doorbell of the house ou which
was written: "Uet your hordes out of tho
barn. The barn is on Sre. Hy order of
the captain of the White-caps."
TJm Vt en t!i it Vi e May liipi-rt.
Washington. Iec. Jl. The following ore
the weal her l uiieations for twenty-four hour
f mm 0 j. in. yeslerdny: l-'or Iowa-lieucrally
fair weal her; northerly winds: colder in north
ern, stationary tern perut lire ia Mulhc;n por
tion. For Illinois linreasiiig cloudiness,
probably followed liy showers tiy to-morrow
morning; luinbcrly winds, shiftins to easter
ly: slishtly coller in western, ('slkinary tetn
Irsture in astern portion. For Indiana -Fair
weather iud stationary temperature, fol
lowed tiy colder and showers tomorrow; varia
tle winds, lor Wiwonsin Slicbtly colilrr.
fair weather; northwesterly winds. For
Upper Michigan Fair, colder weather lu
western, staLjnary tiniiierature in eastern
po-tlon; Wdsterly winds. .For lowcr Michlgaa
Fair weather; westerly win:l; colder in
norlheasU-nv stationary teiuieratare iu
Four-in-bt.nds puffs and scarfs; co end
to tbem, at the London.
: Shirt Factory :
Used ia Millions of Homes 40 Yeais the Stanciarf.
"We axe now prepared, to take
your measure and make
GUARANTEED. Prices as Low te the Lowest.
t All kinds of Repairing done.
Also agent for Kockford Clothing Company.
Floe custom-made pants from S3 to f 10.
1609 Second Avenue, Bock leland.
Over Looelej's Crockery store.
The Rock Island
Is the best medium throuch
which to reach the country trade.
Advertisers s-hould have their
announcements ready by Thurs
day morning to insure insertion;
in the current weeks issue.
When looking for XaiaB gifts, don't
fail to stop in at
acd inspect his line of holidiy goods
which is always tbe largest and best in
thecity. While some competitors blow
and bluster, bear in mind that J. Ramaer
never miblcads the public ' by sensational
advertisements, but has ihe goods, both
in quantity, quality and ndless variety
to show tbe public at prices that are right,
and puzz'e competitors. Ilia line of gold
spectacles and optical goods is immense
Clocks in endless varieties; solid silver
and plated ware in innumerable stjles
and designs; more fancy stone rings than
all the other-stocks in the city put to
gether. His stock of diamonds, com-,
prising rings, pendants and brooches, is
uosurpsssable. His line f -watches, in
cluding diamond studed. fancy var
iegated, raised gold, ornamented and
plain, IS THE LARGEST IN THE
THREE CITIES. Call and be con
vinced. Remember the place,
J. BAMSER, :
1S27 Second Avenue, Rock Island
Leave Your Orders for
CorEcr Eleventh Mrect nd Tenth avenne.
Tvlcphone No. 1S30.
H. F. LAMP Manager.
Jolin Volk & Co.,
Sash Poors Blinds, Siding, Flooring,
and ail kirds of wood work for builder.
EUhtEth St.. bet. Third arid Fonrt ave,
TO THE AFFLIOTEQ!
rfffft-.fej Dicciu-ul tn:ti:rTt ran Im had fur rt?3Hn
N"V pri'vt Th lVrTil'lioDticalO... p-
,U3N yVPIIKfi WCIl 'i'Tn C fnr.: So;nlua
8iattan-v 1 40 ft M-ni tv, I"?.tiMlt'ncr, etc.
Jro.i t'RTiy inJicreiiinftor iikt r:n tm
m.UULL rtwtJ Ifitr ingi'-.iuH'i'i I thcli Tpfim.Kid
nor r.ticl PV.tlrlrr tiuWc etc., win i,n.i4.nr Mcrhtsc
r":rii;('UKiiilHiVp;iiipii",is. r it .mm
v ho has ( tt n sfHM-inl nttt'nti' n lo thi-t
Inn I w hu:a net tnrr-ft v ui-ti tin
cLiui; ci dii-'tur interrupt inn in inifinrss
4 i tmt intAlllr;tHlln.mt..!..i...lav-
v-, V cin.-ic :r 1:1 1 1.. 10 Im M. is. r.l. uti
Z Xai!iiiK.ui-,-i-f. titrt.vi-r u.:ri v vi-- r-iii'u
Y. ..I. finis" rinvali. iirm-tn-.. (Jive thrm "a In il.
P.-P'FlP t'n Rl 'ririrKMncs-'.nniilSbiili'frPon"
!. Lull IU UU.UI n-ffiit raw. In one to four diij-
UTERINE EUTRCPHiC XZ'r
Oil 1 or write firi ctnl Km- ttml Itlurruauozi tcft
THE PERU CHEMICAL CO.,
ISO WisrchSfH SZ?. MILWAUKEE,
Our Fall and Winter Over
coats will bear the closest in
spection, and tbe gentleman in
the picture says he can iind no
fault with them, not even with
the button holes; they are all
wool and as widr as you care to
have them; artistically trimmed
and in point of style and fit
they are not excelled, not even
by the merchant tailor. Our
prices are always low enough,
quality taken into considera
tion. Snide goods we refuse to
handle at any price. It's al
ways safe to trade at the
SAM ARNDT, Manager.
1728 Second avenue.
b wtmriitwifriue Ir. Itjuu1
Xi i mantifjie'urctt m pfva-r. wnich can firrr
:n a ri.K-i or brurt cup ot entire or or in loort
Riihout the kuowlfHipc of ihe patient, Ij w abs.-utcly
hm ini t.a. ai.d Till cr.t m permnnem tinA eprcU
r.ivo. u ttp'hrr itii- pn-H1!!! I a n.rralp drink r o.
an .po;iohwrf ftc H has boon riven m thminc)
p: ca :... ai..i 111 n-iTT insianor a pprtccl cure Iia Jal
nvv -r t rt-vrr f nilu Thttyplrm oner imrBnal
pci wim; thr Spwriot fcrnmniPf ao ulter impiibiia;
inr hn Jiauor appftite to exist.
LJt rnriCd Volrrroprlrtor.
4 r'fff? book of rtica.-ir To be hart off
For bh1 hy Martball A Fieter acd T. II. Thorn
Ask your Drninrint for m.
bottle cf Bis ti. The only
' non-noiaonouM rvmndv fur all 1
' tbe unnatural diwhariM anil
I private 1 incases of men nnd tho
debilitating weakness peculiar
in uiin-n. ji cures in a lew
days without the aid or
1 I'liuuciiy VI B fjoc-inr.
im 1 mmnnj Ammrnn Cmt:
Manuiartured py I
kThe Evans Chemical Co. I
U. . A.
ciirr miuc tnr cruiuci urauAiif
tt-rZutk. I TROUBLES i" TCUHB.
CMTM. X) ' "I1UULI-U!II uiu win. RU
fe"ffa ' STCIK4CH MtDICTIIia. NU VNCER
P!lkSi? TBIKTT OH DIsmOINTWUT.i""!-
WVIlttrfi- tl-tlT rrr est IK wrt ciRr. in it honri,
notl I'-'-niftiititircurwIn luudsru. IEiiUo
Inatacni OB trlxj ! raturn mnii frr.l. lrrolar frrr.
. THE PERU DRUC CO.,
Sole agta. tor the U B IBP WIS WIS
. 0 1m
11 4 1 1 v r. u - w
'When Found Make a Note Of.'
When the professor strikes
the key his apt pupils will
make "a note of it with ( no un-
certain sound. Musicians
would do well to make,' a note
of this address 1726. Second
Avenue-where ia located the
musical emporium of D. Roy
SVi c S NTIRE
Xcw arrivals in Fur
One lot black muffs not
many go at
1 1 olid ays.
We are fast opening our
holiday handkerchiefs hand
somer than ever.
I lot ladies' and children's
i lot 3c.
And on up to
Special values in ladies' and
gents' silk handkerchiefs and
,AU w"'l tircss
I lnt ml,,-.. .
I, ill l,r cI.K,,l'.'.'
We havi- too many.
I lir nu ..Ji ...1 i
ceici.rat.il c.q.iul Citv
wool blank N in
( iH' .
l)t alt;. I',,;- ;,,. ,.
named of ar,y M.i"-'
we have ln-n al.',
I't'ojilc kn. iy ,.
when l lit x- m- j ; ; ,
reaMin ur salt h.r,,--1:
on thcM- Mank. ,.v,r :.
Fxaminc our w ii::.-1
Rock Island. Illinois.
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
r i n i
rumiiure aim uarpeis
IN THE THREE CITIES,
1525 and 1527
121, 12o and 128
r i'. .
h:k is1. and.
for quality. If you want a good knife try .n.
vuc urru liUL Lit! IIHU Wliai a IJICe 'I-,fci-'.:i I lilt nrci... v.i"
Set like those I have to show will be. AUo those
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
-I . T.
every woman inat Keeps house wants ore. i--"
finish Fire Sets and Irons. Acorn Stoves an I Kai - lD
Acorn Stoves and Ranges
are thelparJpTR rns.rlo in Tllinnia far mir soft ral and rVHV on
. - , m ' , 1 . ", 1 , l Ml 'I ft
gaaranceea. xnese are all good tilings to miy ai
any other time. Come in ani see how much I have to s.iow J
that is usefal and novel in housekeeping good?.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock T?land
Ti-nr i Ti i O U Dnnm
jUilllUil JL ClliVl
ISTn 117 "Rio-rirppnth Street.
JAjMES T. O'CONNOR, Proprietors. I WM. H. CATTON
Of Ihe eld reliable 6 and 10c etorc, 1314 Third avenue. ofT.-! a "1'ici
' etock of
-HOLIDAY GOODS r , ,b..
locludinp plu'h good of every description. D.illr- nl 1r'air'.i c', h--' ;1'
'Horn, alelsbr. etc.. ChriKtmas tree, candhs and onnmri.. .ii- .
tma tree, candks una o""1"' '" " . . r
MRS. C. MITSCH'S, 1314 Ihird Arc