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Sustain Home Industry BY- Calling for Rook Island Brewiii The Best Beer Made, O n Tap every wl lere. TRY IT. Th: Ro:k Island Brewing Company, success ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, 1. Hater's City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's BorJing Works, his one of the most complete Brewing establishments including Bottling de partment in the country. The product is the very test. Beer is bottled at the. brewery and delivered to any part rf the tri-cities, and may te ordered direct from the head offices o- Mo line avenue by Telephone. We never TV tO 0 ueceive Our customers. I)rcss Goods. i French novelties. 4') inches i .i'iTidil assortment, worth l- V '.'". -. 4 Camel hair Dots. -inch '!. wnrth Toe at 0c. I' ntin serges. 41-inch ' !. .rth I.1." at 5c. '' i v.- Ariana suiting. 3fl-incli north t'.lc at 45c. pi-vr all-wool Henrietta in such as Lavender. ' '.t - ii. light blue, heliotrope. i"irr. cr. am. etc., worth 6'Jcat 45e. ; , F.nglish cashmere, all r. wurth 3ilc at 2"c. S ' f line fsncy sriilings, Sfi ' ii worth 12c at 7Jc. ! lanclkerchiefs. I" I Children all linen fancy Ti'T.-d handkerchiefs, at 5c. ' -Ladies all linen bandker- '' ''. a! fie. L t ;;ii,.nt, aU linen handker- at . L"t Ladies' all linen hcni ';Hi. '. handkerchief at 9c. Lt .;,.nt' all linen hcn ;!' handkerchiefs, at 12c. I"' Ladie, tins embroidered li.viilKi'rrhicf. worth 2.1c at Id;. 1"' 7 -Ladies' Bu giik hemstitched UTdiiefj. worth 45c at 35c. 1" " Ladies' Swiss embroidered n li,. r. lii.-f.. worth S'r at 2-c. I"' '- l.ndies Swiss Embroidered U n hief. verr elegant, worth All lots that were includ 1 in last week's sale and h ucrcaot .completely out will also be kept on M c this week at same prices. ANOTHER Grand AT The quality of OUR GOODS rrnk with the Highest and Best, while our Prices are always the Lowest. lb lots Ladies Gents' and Children's UNDER WEAK, Comprising about 4 eluded in this School Slates. Noiseless double slates at halfi prices. 6xJ worth 2."c at 12c. 711 ' sl2 35 17J. Dress Calicoes. Good qnalitv dress calicoes at 2c. Our best quality dress calicoes at 4c. 1 " Bed Ticking. 1 case of blue and white striped feather ticking, worth lie at 11c. 1 aso of fancy atriHs feather ticking, worth 2'h; at 16c. More than'JOO are included in Respectfully, AUG. STEFFEN, Davenport. i T0MC3 OF. TH PTOLEMIES. ;' Ka Mistake About the Discovery mt t?M Car;al Place tot Cteapatra. "The tombs arc intact. and no doabt a the excavations proceed the tombs of oil tho Ptoleicics will be brought to liSht. Tkero t u doubt about the matter, as the names of the occupants ore over tho doors. The doors are of bronze and covered vrith Greek inscrip tions. Hero and there tho bronze has corroded, so that vrith the aid of a mag nesium light they could see the marble earcuxiluigi and lots of other things in tho rooms. Sumo of the vaults seeni to bo full of rolls and parchment, but this is mere gees work ou the iart of the observers. All will be cleared np when the khedive returns from Constantino ple. a3 he :s to superintend the opening of Alexander's and Cleopatra's tombs." Dr. Grunt Dey. the writer of this let ter, goes oa to say: "hots of beautiful vases and gold things have been found and a most beautifully executed stela, in whose tomb they found a crown of gold. Sly information is at first hand because I Lad a long conversation with tho pro prietor of the land and the manager of ths digging this afternoon. In the course of digging the Greek gentleman came upon a pit that led down to a scries of Vaults SO feet below the surface. These ore the tombs of the Ptoloznics, and the one exposed to view is that of Cleopatra, The others have still to bo excavated, but they are there only all the passages are filled wish earth. Twenty foot deeper and only sis Icvt above the soa level is Alexander's tomb, all by itself, only there arc route chambers near it tilled with roll and parchment in other words, a library of ancient books. Lostou Advertiser. The Mmlrra Xrthrr Has found that her little ones are improved more by the pleasant laxa tive. Syrup of Tips, when in need of the laxative effect of a gentle remedy than any other, and that is more ac ceptable to them. Children enjoy it and it benefit them. The true rem e.ly. Syrnp of Figs, is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup company onlr. Week - ,200 pieces are in- gigantic sale. Domet Flannel. 25 pieces while Domet flannel 4c, worth He. lfi pieces dark D.tmet flannel shirt ing styles, worth 10c at 7Jc. .,- Muslins. 2,5 0 yards extra heavy good un bleached ntnslRi atSJc. .2.5'kl vards good bleached muslin full yard wide, a. IJc. Men's Cardigan Jackets. (Both lots are slightly damaged.) lxit A 6:) men's Cardigan jackets, worth ?1.35 at 75c. Lot 15 25 men's Cardigan jackets, worth $2 at $1. . this great sale MILAN. Milas. Dec. J. Daniel Palmer "is lying very low mt bis home. His re covery is'donbtfal. George D. Mcdill is on the sick list. W. C. Smith and family have moved to Illinois City. We had a delightful Thanksgiving with more snow than we usually have at Christmas. ' One of onr sportsmen-went hunt ing aftcrealing Thanksgi vingdinncr. Kesult two quail. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Smith went to Linden to spend the day. with their son, Ross, and family. Lieut. Harding was down from Chicago last Friday, looking over the canal, and noting the progress of the work. James Tays is very feeble, and William McConncll has kindly taken him to his home to give the old gen tlemnn the care he so much needs. - The aged lady, Mrs. Lewis, who died last Monday, was taken to An dalusia on Tuesday tor interment. She left three sons and one daughter. One thing we have reason to be thankful for is that our street car accommodations are to worse than ihey are. I really suppose they tnirht be worse. " The entertainment given the night of Thanksgiving by the W. M. B. so ciety of the M. F. church, shows how much in earnest the people are in raising money for the furnishing of the new church. They give the most painstaking practice to any thing they undertake, thus making sure of a successful entertainment. The V. P. S. C. F of the Presby terian church is preparing an en tertainment for the night of Dec. 14. Don't fail to see the "Little Shak ing's Quaker." And when the queen of the year summons her 12 attend ants around her from January to December, vou will see many start 'injr'v familiar scenes, but all new and fresh, ami the "Thanksgiving Dinner wul cause you more pleas aut dreams than the one vou ate : Nov, 30. No other house in the . tri-cities offers such values. it, Dec. 9 Blankets. pair grey cotton blankets at 6 a pair. .'.:) pair brown cotton blankets at 85c a pair. 5Jt pair white cotton blankets at 72c a pair. 250 pair grav wool blankets, full 10-4, worth to.25, at $2.75. 120 pair white wool blankets worth $4.00, at f3.Go. 125 pair white wool blankets worth 14.25, at 3.85. Bed Comforters. 72 bed comforters worth 80 at f9 1.15 at 90 " 1.35 at l.OO " " 1.85 at 1.50 2.12J at 1.82J Dress Silk. 60 48 8 pieces crystal silk in rveninjr shades onlv, 20 inch wide, worth 75c at 57Jc. 17 pieces Bcngalinc silk in all leading shades, 20 inch wide worth 1.35 at fl.15. 12 pieces of Taffeta changeable silk, 19 inch wide, in desirable colors, worth 92Jc at 75c. New York mills spool cotton at lc a spool. Men's extra heavy fulled mitts, worth 20c at 11c a piir. Thus making this the most extensive sale the city has ever had. - BRIEF MENTION. Pork -Gilmbre's pork. . Use Best oa Record flour. Try VTahl's medicated soap. Kcad Basmussen's holiday offer. ' Lovely bome-inade candies at Rrell & Maths. If you try Best ' on Record flour, you will have no other. Pork, tenderloins, leaf lard, pig's feet and trimmings at Gi Ira ore's pork house. Tea and wafers at the King's Daughters' sale at Mrs. Montgomery's next Wednesday. " Be sure and investigate the clip pin; line at the sale next Wednesday at 1209 Second avenue. . Talk about fine chocolates, Krcll & Math handle only those that . took premiums at the World's fair. Why do your own lak:ng, when you can buy such lovely cakes at krcll & Math's, and at prices that will surprise yon? If you want to give a party, and wish" to serve the daintiest refresh ments, and have everything nice, be sure and have Krcll & Matb supply everything for you. If you want lovely dolls, home made candy, artistic needle work or numerous attractive Christmas gifts, attend the sale at Mrs. J. M. Mont gomery's, 1209 Second avenue. toirxrv in ii ding. Transfers. Nov. 25. Alva Banks to Ka'e Car naghan.cl outlot 16. Bailey & Boyle's Second add.. Rock Island." $1. Kate Carnashan to Fraces E. Banks, ci outlot 16. Baily & Boyle's Second add.. Hock Island. 1. 23. C. M. Oslwrn to William Heelen. lot 4, block 6, Howard's add , Hock Island, f 1. 2i. Moline Water Power company to Andrew Nelson, lots 1 and 2, block S. Moline Water Power companv's Fifth add., Moline. 1.100. 25. Barton Bishop to Herman W. Snow and John D. Watkins, nwj and u CO acres sw and n 80 acres nwj scj 26. 20. 2e. and swj ne and w sej nej 26. 20, 2e. nej and n 30 acrt s uej tej 27. 2J, 2e, 15,000. Andrew J. Miller to Herman W. Snow and John D. Wattcins, nwj and u 60 acres swj and n 30 acres nwj m'1 2G. 20, 2e. and fwJ nej and wj sej nej 26, 20, 2e, !. 23. Simon Trent to William G. Marshall, nej. sej S.", 20, 2e. 145. William F. Cropper to EniUv A. Laflin. sej sw 26. 17, 2w. 100." 80. John W. Ball to Ransom 11. Cible, tract in nej swj 19, 1C, 3, 25. s Ransom R. Cable to George Bloom, nj tc) and tract in tie J swj 13, 16, 3w. !. George Bloom to C. O. Woodruff, n sej and tract in nej swj 13, 16, Sw. I.OOO. Mary J Cable to C. O. Woodruff. nl sej and tract in nj swj 18, 16. 3w. 2,124.10. lec. l. hlizabeth Johnston to David Hamilton, lot 12, block 24. Psral W. Gallup's subdiv.. Rock Isl and. fl.500. . Robert Bennett, Sr.. to Anna Ben nett, part lot 7, and lot 8, Balch & trazer s subdiv., Kock Island. f2,400. I'robate. 20. W illiam W. Genung. claims . H. Lyford allowcn at Gli.25. I.state of John C. Thomas. Ap praisement bill and widow s award liled and approved. Widow's selec tion and relinquishment filed and a; neu aim oruer luring over pro' pertv selected to widow. Es'tatc of Charles P. Bvder. In ventory tiled and approved- Co partnership inventory liled and ap- proveu. Lstate of Louisa, Wollenhanpt. In ventory liied and abproved. Estate of Otto Geppert. Claims of Mrs. C. Schmid withdrawn bv bsave. iec. l. liuarriianship of minor heirs of Eldridge Karnes. Petition of JS'ora Murphy for letters of guar dianship tiled." Bond tiled and ap- proven ana icners issued to ner. Estate of John A. Ekstrom. Peti tion of Beda C. Ekstrom for letters Hf administration tiled. Bond tiled and approved and letters issued to her. Frank W. Anderson, John An derson and Wm. C. Loptein appoint ed appraisers. Estate of John Ellstrom. Report and order declaring estate insolvent and nischarging administrator. Estate of William Little. Final report of administartrix tiled and ap proved and estate closed. Estate of James Hardin. Will ad mitted" to probate. - Letters of ad- mtnistratiou with the will annexei issued to Peter Schlemnier. Bond liled and approved. Ureanetl to Wed. Nov. 29 Charles P.'aff, Mary ocnneider, kock island. Dec. 1. Carl Beck, Sophia John son. Bowling. A. H. Olson, Moline. Ansa Mclin Kock Island. -8 John Jensen, Marv Fromme, Moline. ;-;'- A Good Recoratfiendntloa. La Fjivktte. Ind A Mrs. James Fay living near this city, claims to have been cured br the use of Sim nion's Liver Regulator, after live or six of the best physicians had pro nounced the case hopeless. Albert A. Wells. Your druggist sells it in powder or liquid. The powder to be taken dry or made into a tea. for ArtrrifT Tsars. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing syrup has been used for children teething. It soQthos the child, softens the gams, allays all pain, cares wind colic, and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five cenU a bottle . A large Chenille Curtains heavily fringed and $3.50 W. S. H0LBR00O, I 10H, 10P, 10? E. Second ftiett, DA POST, (L Telephone 118 Sensation Commencing Saturday. Nov. 25. and endin: Saturday, Dec. 2, we will which will astoaish you and compel you to tzy whether you need shoes or not. Note prices below: . Choice, all week, of any ladies' fine shoe, square or opera toe. plain or patent tip, regular $3.25 or $3.00 shoes, only J.."3. Misses' fine Dongola, square toe, patent tip. regular fl.75 shoes, all week f 1-25. Child's Dongola shoe, spring heel, size C to S. as long as they last at 45 cents. One Week Only. "The BOSTON." 162? Second Ave.. Just a Word ABOUT LADIES' SHOES. Special. I-adies' cloth top button Don gola Foxed Goodjear welt narrow pointed toes, paten ttip, $3. We carry these goods . .1 - 'Cor Second and HarrC: J. C3s enure- Steam Cracker Bakery, line of finSli - -- iZ . "J bordered, a Paif if AT Shoe-sale. make prices on shsr3 Men's lace and congress i a big lot, as long as tWylacs, 95 cents. -.' 1- .- - Men's fine satia oil congress shi.es, regular (2-2$ las fji, ihoes, go at (1.55. Ladies' fine . all-wool cloth overgaitcrs, good fitters, as long as they last, 45c ' ? Single pairs, and. all odd lots too numerous to mentioa, go mk hi reductions. ' .. Under Rock Island Hcu. Specie - ' Ladies Dongola button Goc year welt patent fcattli , tips and plain tooL ? from AA to EE.'-;-; Anil Twws r