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TriE AJlli US. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER', 1KI8.
A large line of fine
Chenille Curtains heavily
fringed and bordered,
$3.50 a Pair
W. S. HOLBROOK'S,
103. 1C. 107 E. Second Mreet, DAVFNPOKT, A.
Commencing Saturday. Nov. 25, and ending
Saturday. Dec. 2, we will make prices on sho;s
which will astonish you and compel you to buy.
whether you need shoes or nor. Note prices
Cbiiirr. all of any ladies
kur !b"-. .iuare or ojx ra toe,
l'.io r atrnt tip, regular $3.25
r ; .' thiie. only t2.5.
MiM-' tin" Dongola. square
tif, patent tip, regular $1.75
hs all acik fl.Sil.
t'tiiMV iHuioIa ehoe. prin;
!. i7e 6 to . a long a they
u-t at 15 eeolo.
Men's lace and congress shoes,
a hig l0t, a9 onr a they last
Men' line aatin oil
shoes, regular $2.25
shoes, 0 at f 1.55.
Indies' tine all-wool broad
eloth overgaiter. pood titti rs. a
lon" as they last. 43c.
Single pairs, and all odd lots,
too numerous to mention, go at
One Week Only.
162 J Second Ave.. Under Rock Island House.
-INCORPORATED CXDKR THK STATE LAW,
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Ruck Island,. III.
lV;i I f frp..totp.av,adSardjiirtniTto8 oYtoefc
Fits per cant Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned oat Personal col
lateral ct Baal Estate security.
Pay your water rent
Use Best on Record flour.
Try WahPs medicated soap.
Fresh oysters at Krell & Math's.
Oysters served in any si vie at Krell
Oysters bv the can or dish at Krell
Ice cream or ovslers at Krell &
If you try Best on Record flour,
you will have no other.
Ten thousand dollars to loan on
good security. Looney A Kelly.
Private lessons given in society or
stage dancing. For term, address
F. 1 t'leixlcnon. Library building,
Driflill & Clciru have decided to
retire faoru the-groccry business, and
j will m;11 their entire stock of grocer
ies and fixtures at auction, commenc
ing at 1 p. m. Saturday, and contin
uing every afternoon until all are
sold. All irroccrie in stock will Ik?
sold at cost. Don't miss this oppor
tunity to lav in a tock of coffee, tea.
canned rool nnd other thinsrs vou
mav need in I lie srroccrv line
L. F. Parker expired suddenly
at his home in DavciiiMirt at
It) o'clock yesterday morning. An
hour before Mr. Parker was on the
streets of the city. Ueart trouble is
Miposed to have been the cause of
Icath. Mr. Parker was G. years of
ase ami had rcided in Davcnitort
ince 1657. He bad always Wen a
progressive, public-spirited citizen.
K'ing one of the promoters and
workers for the Hennepin canal pro
ject. He was father of Joel M. Par
ker, formerlv of The Augis. and now
of the D:iveiiHrt Tribune.
rot vrv miLDixv-
2i-Vm. Evans to Milliard F.
F.vans. lots I and 2. block 10. Mcline
Henry Letnpfert to Marx Voss. lot
7. Peters Hav's add.. Rock Island.
Barth & Babcock to Bernard and
Henrv Redicker, part lots IS and 14,
block 4. Barth & Babeock's add..
Rock Island. foOO.
F. M. Crout to E. C. Crout, los 1
and 2. block 8, Andalusia. $100.
Seth R. BufTum to Frank Seefeldt,
lots 4. 5. 6. 7, H, . 10 and II. block
124. lots 1, 2. 8. 4, 5, 6. 7, 8. 9 and 1.
block 140. Andalusia. $325.
S. E. Roberts, by adm., to Frank
Seefeldt. lot 1. block 123. Andalusia
E. C. Crout to Frank Seefeldt, lots
1 and 2. block Andalusia. $75.
k KEDICAL BOOK worth
DOLLARS, scat for 10 rents te
Is the best lenedjr for
all cotnplainU peculiar
tl l"er Bottle at
.&0e. Trial Rize seat fey
Letters for advlea 1
TeasalUac Deaartawa' at
srea tiv oar yhydeiaas only.
94-eaoaa afaiDOJS oa.
H. it. Cohaaa, . .
At 324 Seventeenth Street.
i Lwbt aboM . etretallr.
J$W nun u,
J THE TAILOR,
1CS3 Second Aram.
Eg n o is Eg
t L. IITTRELL, Prrat. T C. DB5KMAJI9. Vfco Pwot. Bl'FORD, Cocklot.
f L. ltehn. V. C. Ueokoiom. Jnkm Crooravk. I-I1 SlliU. H. t. UolL L. BIbvio.
C W Bont. 1, M. Baford. Mm oik.
Jacmaoa Henri. Bounrton.
ru w.aroj Jaly t, lsM, tni sccapy lbs soatkt roraerof MittbeU LrnsV sew miMia
t'harles H. Yale's new Devil's
Auction" is to be seen at the Burtis
at Davenport Saturday aud Sunday,
with Sumlav matinee.
Edwin Ishani. the baritone of Bar-
nalec. Karl & MacDonald's Robin
Hood company, which is to appear
at the Burtis Monday and Tuesday
evenings, made one of the pro-
Inounced individual bits of this or
ganization last season, and was
retained because of bis axceptionally
fine impersonation of Little John,
v inch role lie sun interprets.
Side x racked, a verv brisrht and
original comedy drama, will be seen
here Monday evening. Jule n alters,
a clever comedian of much merit aud
strength, will lie seen as Xerxes
Horatio Booth, the tramp. The me-
I chanical devices this season are an
entire novelty. The management
has the entire right of the famous
Columbian dance, introduced bv
Louise Lowell vii. a most graceful and
charming dancer. Side Tracked"
should be well atteud.il.
Jule Keen, the tier hi an comedian.
known as Buffalo Bill's Datchman."
will apH-ar at Harper's theatre this
evening in Ins new play, entitled
Only a (icrmau."' supported by an
excellent company of comedians, and
specialty artists. The Baltimore
Sun in siH-akinir of Mr. Keen and his
play says: Jule Keen commenced
very auspiciously last evening what
looks to he a successful engagement.
apH:iring in a comedy drama, en
titled 'Only a German." His sing
ing all through the four acts, but
more estieciallv the picnic scene.
brought the house down several
times. He has a clear, sweet voice,
and his enunciation is more than
good. The play of Only a Ger
man" proved to lie verv interesting.
and kept a large audience interested
till the final curtain.
iood-Bve Sweetheart." Lillian
Lewis' new day. has lcon quietly
tested, on tour, and has proved a
splendid success. Her present tour
will close Not. 30. to give her time
to get up stecial scenery, electric
and scenic effects, and a ballet. An
extended southern trip will licgin
Dee. 25. This will embrace evervcity
of imtKirtance in the south. -Lady
Lil has the opportunity of her life
as -La Tisba." The lcautifiil heroine
of Good-Bve Sweetheart." Miss I
Lewis, says, she herself is not tired j
of playing the "Coras." the -Lena
Despards nor the -Iherese Ha
mulus" of the drama, but has looked
in van until now lor a role in which
the passions of love, hate, jealousy
and revenge, and the virtue of self-
sacritice, generosity, forgiveness and j
chastity were happily aud strongly
blended in one magnificent woman.
La Tisba" is tender, sweet, young.
gay. coquettish, jealous, revengeful,
forgiving and magnificent ly cos.
Of Hood's Sarsaparilla is alwavs
within the bounds of reason because
it is true; it always appeals to the
sober,- common sense of thinking
people because it . is true; and it is
always fully substantiated by en
dorsements which, iu the financial
world would ue accepted without a
"r Coiililu't Marry Thrf.,
The above title seemed to arouse
the curiosity of the New York pub
lic, so much so that on the opening
night the bouse was packed to the
doors. The success of the play was
instantaneous, and during the entire
New York ensraircment the theatre
was c rowded. The plav is an un
qualified success: the scenery beyond
anything seen yet: the company a
itowcrful and evenly balanced one.
and Miss Lillian Kennedy as the
heroine 4,Bess" presents a character
ization which for hislronic anility
has never been surpassed on the
Witv kuiU lu t-:iirti.
The war talk in Paris continues, ex
cept, of co:iie. in tiie oftiriai circle.
Men as lnoiter.ite ui;l practical as Ki-
ert Mitchell do not ln itate to express
the opinion over ilu ir M-niKUm- that
the lieace of Kuiviie i not worth 4 sous.
1 regard war as inevitable," Mr.
Mitchell writes. ! lx-.U-ve it is near at
huii'l. It will break out uuexiectedly.
and perhatis aaiut iiie wish of those
who brought it ;ilmt.
Mr. Mitchell thiuks the responsibility
will most hkeiy devolve un Italy. It is
worth noting iluit Germany is keeping
remarkably cool iu the midst of this san
guinary tal. Its KfKiiiticaiice is fullv
appreciated by the Bvrlin press, but
there is little in the line of angry re
tort. The St. Petersburg newspapers also
faithfully TN-rsist in emphasizing the pa
cific nature of the visit of the Russian
fleet and denv perhaps a little too 1
strongly any warlike signification. New
York Sim s London Letter.
Rock Island Buggy Go,
-MAXI FACTl'RERS OF-
Buggies, Spring and
Pay you to
Call and get our
Low prices before buying.
Wan Room oa
Slxteeath street betweca
f int and Second aveaae.
Retail trade especially solicited.
Light on the Subject
4 CfelU E j -j
The pleasant flavor, gentle action
and soothing effects of Svrup of Figs,
when in need of a laxative, and if the
father or mother be costive or bilious.
the most gratifying results follow its
use: so that it is the best family rem
edy known, and every family should
have a bottle on hand.
Read these prices and you will be enlightened.
AHmTI uvll--s. a l.:riinl .iviiju lit ar
Gr.iinlvi-w. lex.. v.;.s ivi'i::!hI in trie
le at the battle of 1 '.::c ;aiii:i!. i nearly
SO vears hsjo. The wound h:-v-wn him
no inconvenience until wit l:m the last 12
months, and a few days asr it was found
necessary to amputate the limb. The
bullet was found iuitiedded in the tone.
Fort Worth (Tex.) frazette.
A Happr Hisbtnd.
lWa ware, Ohio.- After four months
use of Simmons Liver Regulator my
wife is almost entirely relieved of
chronic, constipated and bleeding
piles W. B. Leeper. Your drug
gist sells it in powder or liquid.
The powder to lie taken dry or made
into a tea.
ForOver Fify Yaa--.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy lor diarrhoea.
Twentv-live cents a bottle
Rice Root Scrub Brushes 6c
Stove Brashes 7c
Hair Brashes 6c
Cloth Brushes 13c
Hair Curlers 5c
Kirk's Turkish Bath Soap ... . Se
Kirk's Jim Hub Soap 4c
Kirk's Juvenile Soap 18
Tinware, Glassware, China
ware, Lamps, and an end
less variety of Household
Geo. H, Kingsbury
is ami will ever be the
Cinat. Tnflnencit. Backache.
Painn in the Side. Chest and
Joint. Keuralfrla, 8praina,&c.
jSenrs Tom aaeo. is say, oouua
trnrE op charge
a i i itrii:
F. AD. RICHTIB ft CO,
Hoods pills cure liver ills, consti
pation, biliousness, jaundice, sick i
To whoai II Mr caawcra: Ttat la noraoanee
of a raaototMMi oi taa baud at dlnetan of tin
Rock lalan Plow camp, a eproUl aMctinc of I
tha atocahoMera of aaid ooaiBaa will be keld at I
la otaae of aaMcooapaajr la the cttyot Rork Ul- I
I aadt, tat tko atata ef lUiaolo. oa Tbaraday, tb Tth I
Oar or uwaar, . v rn, at a o'oucs la ua i
afunooo. for the aaraoaa ef oahataUat la a
I oxoof otoa Hataanfmra Iho aeauoa of oa ha
I caaa o of iae caurlal otock of aaldc aipaarrraai
ibnadreo tanoaaos wauara (SBua.gon to UM
at ata aaaSiad IS n a in I oUao aOXjaqa.
IMS at Rack IkMat, Ilaaaia. taia KkOafOf I
aar, m. tl. Has. r, a anam,
Eirapeaa Bbaatii Badolitadt, Lou don,
Virana, Prmgu. Rotterdam, Oltea,
Kanmbuf. Koaatcia, Lsicio,
35 ft 60 Cttk bottle. For Salo by ,
SOU! TCF UIS!7Z
BatUaof Loaka Wottenbaup. aecvMvd.
Tke andmunwd kaniur octa .piioinu-d .xeca
for of (be last will at tmUmect of Loalaa
WollenbaBpt. tale of the eoiiBty nf Kork blauO.
Uliaols. ax or area, bereby wit. aotrc
that the will appear kafore the eountr coart of
Rock blood coast, al the oSc of ibe ehwk nf
aaid coart, la the cm or Rock lelantl. al te Feh
taarr term, oa tk Srot Monday ta Fcbmar nexi
FAIR AND ART SI ORB.
THEY ARE BARGAINS.
A car load ot handsome bed room suits going
at the following prices.
Remember we have only one car load to dis
pose of at the above manufacturer's prices.
GLEMANM & SflLZWACJW.
1525 and 1527
124 196 and 128
Tko thorough hut. action jlvea at tbia School la refilled wj mon than 100 difcreat B
using their 6ftdeata
112 and H4 fiit second Street, DAVENPORT, IOWA.
Rock Island Brass Foundry
AID ARCHITECTCaU ZZW C"!.
Al' kiad. of arte, brnoae ami lamioan aroaaa carting, all rbaSai and leauero
a iperiaitf oi nan metal paueta saa sraattc work.
Saor OrTMk-At imI First avecae. sear Fcrrr laaduuu " ROCK IfcLARD.
J. UAGER, Proprietor:
XX. J. P..
JlBoraoBS krkxclalna aaatnat
ouaad aad reaeMsd la attoad
anaoo or aarwe iao aaaia ajaoiaa. am
Indaktad taaaldastalo or raqaaoud to
wodtete aaianal to tb. oaWai 'biafS.
lh ' rToeeaihar, A. D. IMS.
R ti. Hudson. i
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
au Uada of Carrraterias proapCl
r. Flrat ave. ard