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THE AliGUlS; TUESDAY. l.ECEMUEB, lo 1S91.
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IHCORPORATXD CITOXB Til 8TA" LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
BOCK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open dally from 9. m. to 4 p. m., and Saturday evetlnga from T to 8 o'clock.
Fire percent Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
I. r. RIYNOLDH, Fm. F C. DKNKJIAJ.H. Ylce-Pre. J. X. BUrORD, Cashier.
P. L. Mitchell. W P. Hevtiolds, T. C. Denkrcann. Joht Crnbanrt. H. P. Hull,
rbU.MitchtlL, L. Simon. B. W. Har-t, J. M. Biford.
Jacisoi A Ucut, Solicitor.
t3fBcgn business JalyS, 1SK), acd oecnnv the oatbcist correr of Mitchell A Lynde's new
J. B. ZIMMER,
Will sell for the next 30 days all Lis overcoatings at IT)
per cent less than the regular prices.
Stab Block, Opposite Habpkb House.
POCKET KNIVES and SCISSORS took the highest premium
for quality. If you want a good knife try one.
One need not be told what a nice present an elegant Carving
Set like those I have to show will be. Also those
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Evpry woman that keeps honpe want? one. Wrought Iron
finish Fire Sets and Irons. Acorn Stoves and Ranges are the
Acorn Stoves and Ranges
are the leaders made in Illinois for our sott coal and every one
guaranteed. 1 hese are all good things to buy at Christmas or
any othei time. Come in aui se how much I have to show you
that is usef al and novel in housekeeping good.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock Mand.
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CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Shop comer Tweoty-sernnd treot and Ninth vcnn. Bcsldance 3935
?lf"l prepared 10 mate etlmtc ard do all kinds of Oarpenter work. Give him a trial.
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ELY BROTHER!. M
Billiard Parlor Sample Room,
No. 117 Eighteenth Street
JAMES T. O'CONNOR, Proprietors. "'ATM. H. CATTON.
H the old reliable & and 10c atore, 1814 Tniid arenne, offera a rplandld and well asrorlcd
' HOLIDAY GOODS
Including p!u h BooA of every dexcription. Dollr- and t, cl airs, table, rocking bener,
wanon, ).'ti;he, etc., Christinas trees, candles and ornaments alnaye the cheapest at
MRS. C. MITSCH'S, 1314 Third Are.
rfy mii?i are the scenes oF
nj chiidiood, .
recollection r malfe them io view
soap-kettle hw.f on fte poles of
5moke and i5?5meJJ ttjal- my 1 .
BuHt?o5edY5o:5oApanJ . .
brjqf sir ce departed. v;e
rr.-.v And wo nnnoi
use of ihe staff 'Canto
" u . w!22 aqdfo languish
p22& As 6oo as ftey offered
. FALL AND WINTER STOCK
of Good received by
tTCall .nd Examine.
i Warran St ttr York. f"-t ft rii mmmf x "
. The vocal entertainment of W. 8.
Cleveland's famous consolidated min
strels, who are to appear at the Bartis
Opera house, Davenport, this evening. Is.
the most powerful ever introduced in
minstelay by this progressive young Na
poleon of "black an." Among the pris
ciDals may be mentioned the premier
baritone soloist. Edgar Wilson; the fa
mous southern tenor, smg writer and
composer. Banks Winters; Harry J.
Howard, basso profundo; Ernest
Sinclair, basso bu2a. and B. B
Carnes, baritone ' bslladiat; Mr. Adam
Bhrauk. M. R. Williams, E W.
Mansflela, Len Behjmer and numerous
Our play gners are quite delighted with
the idea that the quaintest and most en
joyable comedian of them all is to be
witk us again. Next Thursday, Dec 17,
Sol Smith Russell presents his new
play, "Peaceful Vlley." at the Burtis in
Davenport. Sol Smith RusBel'. as every
body knows, is tbe one comedian of his
time. He is inimitable, si ways refined,
always amusing. In his new play he has
a leeitiraate comedy, and the critics say
that the new role of "Rosea Howe" is tbe
hit of Mr. Russell's life. The play, it is
said, is full of tbe spirit of humanity.
Tbe situations and climaxts are strong
and novel. Mr. Russell is supported by
the largest and best company be has tver
bad, and bis engagement next week will
be the comedy event of the season.
Tbe sale of seats opened this morning
at the Harper house pharmacy for the
lecture of Dr. Robert Nouree Thursday
evening at Harper's theatre on the topic,
"Dr. Jekflland Mr. Hyde " There was
the usual rush for seats, acd the distin
guished orator will be greeted by a large
and appreciative audience.
Sir Elw n Arnold lectures at tbe Bur
tis, at Davenport, tomorrow evening, ami
many from this city will no doubt at
On Fiiday evening we are to have at
Harper's theatre the favoii'.e comedienne.
Miss Mattie Vickers, io ber new play,
' A Circus Queen," which has a plot that
is manipulated largely for farce comedy
effects, though a clearly defined thread it
easily fullowed from start to finish and
deals principally with an adventurous
boy and girl, a "busted'' c reus minag-r,
a hale parent, a villainous husband and a
wronged woman. Just pathos enough is
draped in f r comedy's frame and pure
fun, linked with plcavn emotional phrts,
forms more than a satisfactory perform
ance. Popular Grade Emmett, who appears
at the Harper nest Saturday tVcning.Dic.
19. in her new play the 'Pulse of Nev
York" is one f f the most popular sou
brette stars on the American stage. Her
play is somewhat of the sensational order
and is in no maans suhor.lintted t the
opportunities of scenic effects. Miss
Km nut t is a biuht, intelligent and pleas
ing little lady, and cn always be relied
upon for excellent work She wi I intro
duce her singing and Ucciog specialties
that have always served to mke her so
I, is; evening John Morris Camp, 315.
Sons of Veterans, tketed cflktrs as lol
loas. Ctmms.nder--.J Henry LMdcrs
Senior V.co Con.iuander Henry P.Cos
ner. Junior Vice Commander John T.
Cmp Council Willum Rinck, F, C.
'Ilemenway and Bcnitmia Rinck
lVU-iii'e to the Stute Encampment W.
A. N'irric; Alternate, William U;nrk
Installing Otli:er Past Captnin James
Pocahontas Council, No. 5. Order of
Red Men, elected t 111 ;ers last ev m'mg as
Projhetes William G'lldenziph."'
Pocahonta- Mr.Hfs Hilda Johnson.
Wenona Mrs. J J. Albeiry.
Powhatton Mrs J. L Matltn.
K of R Miss Ada lilingwotth.
K of W. Mrs. William 'Jochran
Sou Rot k Island, Dtc 14 On
Saturday evening there was a meeting of
the citizens of South Rock Inland at their
town ball to see about extending the
sidewalk tr-at the city contemplates
building ou Ninth street to the limits out
to tbe cemetery. Winslow Howard was
chosen chairman, and U. H. Robri, sec
retary. After some discussion, a motion
was made and carried "that it he tbe
sense of this meeting that we extend the
sidewalk from the city limits on Ninth
street along Ninth street to the street
leading to the cemetery, thence on that
street to the cemetery gve to be fcy
public subscriptions." On motion the
chairman was instructed to chose a com
mittee to consist of five to solicit subscrip
tions, arid the committee chosen is R.
Oreder, 8 Bo lman, Wa. Fe ttman, H.
H R)bb. Oi motion of Charles Bowman,
tbe chairman, W. Howard, was added
to the committee to complete said com
mittee Tbe committee was instructed
to proceed to solicit, and tbe meetipg ad
journed to tbe Cill of the chairmin of
H H Bobb. Sec.
For the Christmas and New Year Holi
days, the Burlington. Cedar Rapids &
Northern railway will make a rate of one
fare for tbe round trip between all sta
tions on its 1 ne; tickets on sale Dec 24,
25 and 31, 1891. and Jan. 1, 1693. good
to return until Jan. 4. 1692. For further
information regarding these rates, time
of traiiis, etc , apply to any ticket agent
of this company or" to J E. Hankeoin,
G. T. & P. A., Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
A tempi te Story.
Tbe time is near at hand when the
thought of what will be the best and
most appropriate presf nt to make to one's
particular friends perai'esthe mind of
tbe ordinary mortal. Lloyd & Siewart
show aim st every artie'e for gentlemen's
us . The variety of each clas is so large
as to enab'e all to make satisfactory se
'tciinn. Tbe following are always ap
propriate and useful:
!1 . MiitfiVm
Fancy Mpht Shirts
Hlk hanCkeictilf :
Lln-n Ha dkercbiefJ
Knll lres Vesta
Fall Drers Jewelry
Bath I-olir 9
Foil Tres Miirts
Fall Dress Neckwear
Full Drtss Bhirl Prutctrs
What the Hon George G Vest says in
regard to the superiority of tbe Ilirsch
btrt diamond and non-changeable spec
tacles: I am using classes which I purchased
from Prof. Hirschberg and they are the
best I ever tried.
"It affords me great pleasure to rec
ommend Prof. Hirscbberg as an excellent
optician, and his glasses are (imply un
equalled in my experience
G G. Vest.
Thes? glasses are for aa'e by T. II.
Thomas, a gen 'a for Rock Hand.
Or THE CONDITIO OP TBI
PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK,
at Rock Island, io the state nf llllo le, at the
close of business on Dec. 3, lxni.
loan and discounts tlTI.OB V
Overdrafts, serured and nmecartd ... .3
V. . Bonds to secure c rculation St.li J
Due fiom approved reserve agents ... 5.(JB (W
Due ftom orlier Natloiai banks
Due frjm Site bnk and bank ts....
Baiikit g hoise. furniture, and fixtures
t'urreni exjifiu'ei? and taxes piid
Clucks au4 other ch items
Bill of o hertank
Fractona) papi r curreccy.nlckels, cents
I. i:al ten ler int
U d-inp'inn fond with I'. B. treasurer
4 738 91
1.SV) f n
(5 p r cent oi clrrnlationi ...
Total . ...
Capital stock paid in
im. nro (Hi
.... S7.KIJ On
Na innal otiiiki nutes outstanding
Divid. nds nuiatd . ...
Individual dei itsit SLhit'ct
tochwrk fllT.5T0 14
Demand cert liirftpn o' deposit 17 444 rc
Time certidi ate of depo-it. 40,7:1 tJ r.7f4 4
Due t other nat:"tll banks . . H)
Due to state batiks an t bankers Kl 71
Total ' ttlj.'Tt W
State nr Illinois. I
Kork Iland County f "
I C. llpllpsnsiell, cus'iierof the alxivc named
bank, do MiU-mnly swear that the above statement
la true to tbe cest of mv knowledge and belief.
C HKLLt KSS I KI.U Casliler.
Snb'C Ibt d and sworn to before me this 14 b day
of lVc- in her. 1S-M
t,BUB()K F. KOI'H.
. Notary Public .
D. T, Hobiks f.
fcifaftnd will ever botho
Remedy for .
i A iUUO U a J W Wia-W -SW.UVWV
jointa, weuraigia, aprains, c
Before yon used to buy, ,htaln
(3-FREE OF CHARCE-F K
l valnahla hvk: "Gnida to Health," witifl
a, endoreemeQU of prominent vhjhiciatis.
A A" djl . m
3 I O Broadway
lin lioile Awora.HI
itc reituuio nnuiubu. Xl3
Sflnronean Honsest Kadolstdt,Locdon.t.d
f Vienna, Pragne, Rotterdam, Oiten. 9
g 50 Cents a bottle, For Sale by j
Have just relumed from the erst
where they have purchased a iine of
of all tbe latest styles, and invite
tbe public to call and examine
We hive afull line of Boston Hubbers
307 TWENTIETH ST.
C. E. V1SVALL & CO.,
Chicago's Finsst Shoe Store.
Stock the Largest.
' Goods the Finest.
Prices the Lowest
Men's and Ladies
Hand Sewed Vell Shoes.
Send for Catalogue.
C. E. WIS WALL 4 CO.. 160 Stale SL Chicago.
V. I. BLADING'S
ixvuu vt x ciii-miii trot
- BETWEEN -
Thirteenth and Fifteenth Avenues.
A Rare Chance For Barsains in City Lots.
Eligible, Desirable and Cheap.
Only One Mile from the City Posted c
Easy Terms and Long Time.
ITEuquire at tbe Eock Island Savings Bank
J- M. BUFORD.
DAVIS & CO.,
Heating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A coiuplete I ne. of Pipt. Brass Go-hIs, Packing Hose,
Fire Brick, Eir. Largest and best equipped
establishment west f Chicago.
DAVIS BLOCK, MoUne, 111.
tis SAHH08D RESTORED !?v?S
Sj ftJ r, --T. ten tnaranlre to cure all t ,ir..a. .!:...;,.. m, , a- .-.,k Mv r.
p ' i t'-V hinsol Krnin I'ow. r II ..i.t:i..(... w.. ...t... t.-.l V , -I I." ..
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I K - 1 "'." in eillre.-f"V -hiii' f .v..vi.r,.f..ri.in. ."it!.f-il rr. r . -
I .Sk. A - r-K , "' "M'lUio or Mimui.u,t v, i ,i i, ...i i. i. :i ; : : ; :, . i ..jta
r. Hn'! Intaiiiie- lMf up e..!w:.:t-l.t l.i eat ir. -! I- 1 i 1 l-iM'-
MuroRC ai arrisa vsixu. i; njui th't mutuil Citvular in e.udr.-ss ere eetl tt., I hiei.sa. 1U.
For oalu iu IWi iBland by ilarlz & Bahuea, 3.1 Ac. aua CJ.'a slrutt.
The An Garland
Is the leading hard coal stove of the world. It
has stood the test of time, and has proven itself
to be the Prince of Base Burners. If you are in
need of a hard coal stove, it will pay you to call
and examine the merits of the Art Garland; it is
sold with a positive guarantee that it has no equal.
The Riverside Oak . . .
Is the best for soft coal.
It will not gas or smoke.
It will keep fire all night.
It has a large ash pan.
It has heavy steel body.
It is guaranteed in every respect.
Gall and examine our immense line of Stoves
1615 and 1617 Second aTenue, Rock Island, IU.
JWTECT YOUR EYES!
at rK.int.-iJ T fl. fh ,' .' " .
c!a-"e. sn.l a m f..r . T. . '
C"!:trncnor: .f t'., l-- a i !
cbanirc i ; -it of t',.-.' s,,-t T."
Glas es ntxtr bs- to hir.i-"-t. li
from thr ev. STi,i f.v. ,. ,
i Koatuntev!. -t j -Lev -"'' '
th.-e)er no m-r .',r ir-i-J-
i.tues art i ili-v w ;. f -r,:ih
T. II. THOMAS tJt tll ZJ,
arid mult, a.i tr ,lf-Y ttn.
of Hie great '!p-ri-tttof'th-G
over an? an4 aii otb-: jn"u-.
n.l examine the tuc a: T II rao
'-d ;.!Sciai,. Kcci NlJi.i
No Peddlers Supplied.
1712 First Ave., Rock Island. Hi.
Telephone 1 169-
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