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TUB AKUUS FRIDAY, DECEMBER. 23, 18J;s.
i if ' M'O'i nun 'iiiii 111 niniiii m ijihlm
he place to order your Christmas dinner,
has always the finest line of green vege
js and fresh fruit in the city everything
1620 Second Avenue.
You Going to the Party?
If you are, you should have a pair of
have them in Suede and Satin,
colors, all widths and all sizes.
See "THE DUCHESS."
IT'S A BEAUTY.
i :!emen's slippers we have them a-so.
me, at tne rignt price.
! Second Ave., under Rock IslandJHouse.
nv New and Novel Styles. See them.
,r Boots, fur lined.
t Slipper, eight new
Ooze Calf, Seal.
Patent Leather, Plush
and Morocco Slippers,
all colors and styles.
CIAIj ladies9 department.
1. I? . r . ft
-''..op . 5
For good pure candies go to Krell &
T. II. Barry, of Leavenworth, Kansas,
is in the city visiting friends for a few
Go to J. T. Dixon's and leave your
measure tor a suit or overcoat at reduced
Nothing nicer than a box of fine candy
for a present, nl Krell & Math have the
Dixon, the tailor, has an over stock of
winter goods. Leava your order with
him at reduced price.
Judge E. J. Sfiarle and wife left last
night for South English, Is., to Bpecd the
holiday season with friends.
Owin? to the over stock of winter
goods J. T. Dixon will make you a suit
or overcoat at reduced prices.
Don't forget that the best eoods wins
trade. Krell & Math have the finest and
therefore have the best trade.
Dr. Myeis has moved his family into
his new residence, 2822 Moline avenue.
Office 88 before over Krell Maths'.
Hoy Grealisb Las arrived home after a
sojourn of several months in the west.
lie will probab.y remain the rest of the
Send your orders for game, fish lob
sters, clams, shell and canned oysters to
Harry amythe's, 1819 Second avanue.
The Young Ladies' Cornation club has
its invitations out for the last leap year
ball of the season, which recurs on Mon
day eyening next.
A nice Christmas present to a little
friend is a box of choice confec'ions
They are healthful and cbeao. Don't
forget the little ones. Krell & Math
have the loveliest boxes and baskets al
Manager Kindt, of the Burtis opera
house, baa made arrangements to hold
the train after each performance for the
holidays. This will give the Rock Island
people a good chauce to see the many
good attractions that are booked for that
house this comirg week.
21 John Harbaugh to J E Wray, et
al, tract nw corner nej swj 23, 16, 5w,
Thomas A Wray to J E Wray et al,
tract se corner sJ nw 22, 16. 5w, $1.
William lluds.io to J E Wray et al,
tract ne corner nwj swj 23, 16, 5w, $1.
Dope Hills to Trustees Drury Ceme
tery, tract sw corner ej nw 28, 16, 5w.
James H Clark to Jesse L Cox, part
outlot 13. 6, 19. le, (450.
James Mill and Frederick Dempsey to
George Merrill, lot 13. wJ se 15, Id, le,
and tract in nw j 20. 13. le, $1
James Mill and George S Merriil to
Jennie Dempsey. r J lot 13. se 15,18,
le, and tract in nw 6, 13, le, $1.
21 Estate of CKus Moeller. Letters
of hdm'.tir.triition issued to Robert Wag
ner. Coed tiled and approved.
Licensed to Wed.
Dec. 17 Andrew Ritchie. Miccie
Jol.nson, Rock Island.
19 Will R. PearsaH. Hillsdale; Uattie
R Wright, Rock Island, Kichard H,
Payne. Rock Island; Tena W. Seefeldt
20 John Miller, Alvina Bender, Rock
Island. John Jones. Franklinville, Ky .,
Mary Sbellman. Milan. William II
Clarke, Lydia Fill. Stewartville, 111.
4. Joel M. Benson, Hampton, Nettie
L. Smith, Moline; Frank S. Bennett,
Briar BluS, Ida B. Anderson. Boscobel
Wis.: Harrison M. Still well, Egan, S. D.
Edna J. Adron, Moline; William W.
Moorhead, Aledo, 111., Elizabeth P. Mc-
Kee, Milan. HI.
M OBinonth Adapts the Water Meter.
The Monmouth Review in its report of
the proceedings of the Monday night
council meeting in that city, says:
After this business had been transacted
the aldermen leaned back in their chairs
and listened to the fire and water com
mittee make a report of their recent visit
to the cities of Rock Island, Moline and
Davenport. They recommended that he
city adopt the meter system for laree
consumer, wbo tball pay lor tfaeir me
ters in advinee and have the amount re
funded to them by concession on the
water rent" of 25 per cent until tie
amount is returned. A molion was theu
passed to extend to the officials of these
cities a vote of thanks for the courteous
manner in which they treated the fire and
water committee ans the water superin
FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BAR
RY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES
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314 BRADY STREET,
:- an-i Winter Goods are now in. DAVENPOST,
tmil fr v e are ebowing iLe arge et srd naoet varied
-; t of lu mestio and ImioTEJ) goods in the ihzav
'its mcc to jour meaBure from $20 to $40; Tra
e t j exu mearure ?f to $12
Oue Proposition Looklnr to Permanent
The board of supervisors of Adams
county has adopted a draft of a road law
which will be presented to the s ate as
sembly for adoption. The bill is a com
prehensive measure and provides tor the
co-operation of county, township and
state ia the construction of roads jn the
several counties of the tta'.e. It creates
a state board of road crnmisj;oners, to
be co a posed of tbree members to be ap
pointed by the governor, at least two of
whom shall be practical tcg!neers.
They shall serve six years, the term of
one mi mber to expire every two years
They shsll receive snl: ry and expenses
and $25,000 shall be appropriited for
tbeir use at once. They shall prepare
the plans apd specifications for all road
improvements proposed and duplicates of
their maps and plans shall ba filed ae
part of the record in the various counties
interested, 'he boards of supervisors in
counties with a population of less thau
200,000 may meet and designate what
roads should be improved within their
territory in order to result in the great
est good to the greatest number. The
townships through which such roads pass
shall then post notices and 30 days
thereafter an election shall be held to dei
cide whether such road shall be built
The minimum construction shall be
one statute mile for each 10,000 popula
tion. No road shall encroach upoa any
turnpike or toll road, nor shall it be
within the limits of any city or village.
When the road is ordered by election
bids shal! be advertised for by the board
of supervisors for four weeks in advance
of the day set for awarding of the con
tract. The bids may be for any part of
the work, which must be done under the
direction of the suptrvisors, according to
the plans and specifications of the state
board. The payment of road expenses
shall be divided as follows: Three-eighths
of the cost to be bcrne by the township
or townships through whici tbe improve
ment passes; three-eighths by the county
or counties interested and lwoeightbs
from tbe general funds of the s'ate, ex
cept that the aggregate burden of the
slate shall not exceed $50 000 per an
We Are Showing
We have both used "Hothei's Friend"
and find it to be one of the best medi
cines in the world, and would &ot be
without it iD confinement for any con
sideration. Mns. Sakah F. Vincent.
Mks. Mist A. Luck,
Rock Run, Ala.
bold by Har'z & Bahnscn.
I Have, as You Enow.
been selling Bradfield's Female Raulator
for years, and have had a Readily increas
ing demand for it; it gives the very hct
satisfaction. ,-I frequently sell it to phy
sicians, who use it in their practice with
the most satisfxetory results.
It Thoma9. M. D.,
Sold by Hartz & Bahnsen.
A ?ew Jtoart.
A dispatch from the state capital an
nounces the birth of a new railroad pro
ject. If curried out it 'will enter this
Articles of incorporation were fiied in
Springfield by the Mississippi Riilroad
company, which proposes to construct a
railroad from Chic-figo to a point on tltvr
Mississi: pi river ia Mercer county, und
from a point on said line in 8tark county
to a poict on tbe Mississippi river iu
Pike county. Tfce capital stock is $10,
000 000 and the incorporators are all
A Cbill Enjoys
The pleasant fl-ivor. gentle action and
soothing effect of Sjrupof Fies, when
in need of a laxative, and if the father or
mother be cos'ive or bilious, the most
gratifying results follow its uce, so thot
it is the best family remedy known, and
every fami'y should have a bottle.
Bbtsnati'Bi Cared 10 a Day.
"Mvstic Cure" for Rheumatism and
Neuraleia radically cure.9 in ore to three
davs. Its cction upon the system Is re
murkable and mysterious. It removes a'
once tbe cause und tbe (liseasu i aimed
i .ti . h -!;-peHr . The first doso creaily
benefits. Warranted by 0;t0 Grotjan,
druL'ist, Rnck I-lard.
A cram blockade now exists at St. Tennis
Elevators are overflowing, barges unavaila
ble, ana consignments rejected in advance.
Stats of Ohio, City of Toledo, f
Lucas coun'y k'
Frank J. Chert"? mikes r.a'.h thst he
is the eenicr partner of the firm of F. J.
Cbeney & Co., doing business in the Citv
of Toledo, County ard Stite aforesaid.
and that said firm will pay tbe sum off ri ,
f 100 for each ard every case of ..atarrh ICpjint
tn&t cannot be cured by tue use or uall s
Catarrh Cure. Frtnk J Cheney
Sworn to before me and subscribed in I
my presence, tots 6'.h day of December,
A. D. 18SG
Pair 4 t"I A W fT-lEASnv
Notary Public. ParlOf
Hall's C.i"'rrli Cure U tsben in'erniilly 1
and acts di. ct!v tn me Mood nd j
mucous surfc of !he sv:erj-. S.-ndi
for testimoti'tls, free.
Adon-t-s b .J. 'b-tiey it C.., T-1l-1o. O.
sold drij'-v;-is. 75o
Sideboards, Cupboards and
Dining Chairs a splendid assortment.
$25. ,00 up,
is and -will ever be the
t j r-m "Nn-
Pa4o in flip 5rlp. Chest and
Joints, Neuralgia, Sprains, &c.
Knlnrfl von Tlfiea 10 UUY. ouiiua
the valuable boot: "Guide to Healttt,Mwith ,
endorsenieaiB 01 pTomiueni. iijuiuiiuia.
17 Warren Sir.i
f NEW YORKv& j
'nd other drr519.
Dr. Pcnlm H.-Vab"e Ienn.i!y. Fcwon every-
wterj smore tbe lsdier n saie. Toirpt r.
T.Ttuai Tbe ori'-'iimi ,ej- 'clvc.'ii-v. Frx
i ert di9 ci. ?OKled : u.fora 8tuin Itv, Adrirew
C'aton Uecical Co., Bof.t?n, Man.
kei1ic lor S T. K L' m U vST
VITALITY h-:T.-.-x. A MirVAtlOU) i-jrltto-
GEO. P. STAUDUHAR
Plan! and n;H.-rict' nflecce for oil cla" i.
S3 and 5 MitcbeJl A Ljrode tnildiny
"V- .'!??'1rii&--.iMWL4 - til i
Blankets, Comforters and Bedding.
See us for Holiday Gifts beforeyou
Prices guaranteed the lowest
No Extra Charge.
322 Brady Street, Davenport, L
Open tilt 9 o'clock, Saturday's till 10.