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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1885.
C. C. KNELL'S LIST OF USEFUL H II IHJUHX II II iU IKI ir h H II I) til j a! V I II p- D A HKHJ1 mi D D A A i in DA Jk. V i nuuo a jp. T H H ouuuw omi ooo ooo DOtfft SSBH H . g H HHPS 88 O II I) D o o U Oft Q O O OOli OOO OOO l-THE' AR6EST STOCK. t-TIIE ATEST STYLES, Ht-THEjJoWEST PRICES. A Marble Top Chamber Set, A Wood Top Chamber Set, A Iheesing Case, A ISureau, A Wash Stand, A Bed Stead, A Chitloniie, A Ladies Secretar., A Secretary Hook Case, A Lil-rury Iiook.Case, A Parlor l'esk, A Desk for Office, A Chair for Office, A Side Hoard, A Hall Hack, A Diniiif? Table, A Pailor do A Fancy do A Pedestal, A Card Table, A Parlor Set. A Sofa, A Patented Rocker, A Lounge, Divan, A Te te-a-tftte, A VI an a Rocker, A do Chair, A Reclining Chair, A Plush Chair, A Window Chair, A Wire Spring, A Coil do A Hair Mattress. A Cot; on do A Wool do A Moss do A Comforter, A Quilt, A Commode, A Bed Lounge, A Sofa Bed, A Folding Bed, A Rattan Rattan Rocker, A do Chair, A do do (Plush), A Nobby Rocker, A Brussels Carpet, A Tapestry do A Wool do A SmyrnaRug, A Drugget, A L" Oil Cloth, A Cnrtain Pole, A PairTnrkaman Curtains." A " Portierer da A " Lace da A " Window do -OB- Japan Silk Drapery, AND Ever so many more articles to select from too numerous to mention, i C. C KNELV 3 A COLMI-.K'S CAIIKI.ESS CAPEH. While Attmiptittg to Pu Ui'iifulb a Train, lie iHtroNhrd to Death. The Inquest. Through ft most thoughtless and care less act on hts own part, Robert Smith, a coal miner, met with a terrible death at Coal Valley last ninht. He had linen tn Hock Inland with bis wife in llio after-, noon and tt 2 o'clock look the street cars to Milan, where they boarded the train for Ccral Valley. They reached their dea- KinRtion about a o'clock and alighted from Hie train ut the depot on the south side of the track. Mr. Smith, wishing to cross to the other side, instead of waiting until the train backed up, as It alw ays does, in order to gut a start in as cending a steep grade, east of the valley, attempted to crawl under a freight car just as the train resumed motion, and he was frightfully mangled in the presence of bis horror stricken wife. The wheels passed over his head, crushing it into a jelly and his legs were both completely severed from the body. Death was ins atantaneous. Coroner Hawes went out this morning and held on inquest, empanneliug a jury composed of Henry Vierlech. (foreman) D. M. Martin. J. II. Clcland, John E. Wrny, C, V. Swanson and John liarton. The testimony of Mrs. Amanda Smith, wife of the deceased, was substantially that Itobert Smith was in Hock Island in the afternoon in company with John CaN limn, and she came to Uock Island on the noon train but did not find her. husband while here, but saw him on the train at Milan being very much intoxicated and went to Coal Valley with him. As they left tho train her little boy called and she turned to bco what ho wanted, hor hus band having started back toward tbo train. Tho next instant she beard him scremn and the cars passed by him. Slio bud been his wife two )cars. He wus given to periodical sprees, anil when in toxicated abused her and threatened last Friday to kill her with a hatchet, and to shoot her because ftlio objected to his drinking aud.tried to take. in from him. The testimony of lit. Thomas Muilm and others was taken Kud a- verdict rendered as follows: We, tl.o undersigned jurors, on ojilb do find that Iiobt. Smith came to bis death by being run over by train No. 8 on the Uock Island & I'coria railroad depot at Coal Valley. III., Dec. SI, IMS"), while attempting to pass between the cars while under Ihe influence of liiptor. Nmilh Was a coal miner about tilt)' years of age, and had liveil In Coal Val ley three months, goiug there from Milan. With his wife are left two children, a boy 16, and a girl 1:1. itisiiui' in it(ii:ss. Ills Visit Suiiitiiv to Trinity Parish Several Persons Continued. Bishop Alexander Burgess, of the Kpirt copal Diocese of Quincy, which includes Trinity parish in this rity, was preneat at both servient! at that church SumUy. Tu the evening ha coirflrmcil a number of persona and preached an eloquent and able sermon from Michael, 0th chapter and 2nd vcr.. Iloar Ye, oii inouutftltia ' Tins Lord's contro versy ntxl ye strong foundation f I tie eariti, tor tbe Lord has a i'utiliuveriy with Ills uapU', and tie will preach vvlili Israel. tt was an allegorical discourriu, the in teiligunt bishop picturing the holy moun tains of the holy land, and Gallilce aa having witnessed the biassed deeds of Israel as well as the wicked trttuaactiois of the world, tor which they shall he. called upon to bear witness to at thft last day. The bishop compared the church of today to theise mountains. The church witii Us ordinances wus a mountain and a living witness to the good aud had deeds of all mankind, and its testimony wonld be taken In tho final reckoning. It was a beautiful sermon abounding in poetical and convincing sentiments. Bishop Burgees will visit Hock Island again at Easter tide, when lie Will confirm another chiss. Almac&ca The new almanacs are being scattered broadcast la the land by patent medicine firms, and it is an unenterprising house wife who does cot secure enough of them to kindle the kitchen fire with all winter. However, we looked into one tbe other day, and found that St. Valentine's day comes on Sunday, Washington's birthday od Monday, Lent begins on March 10, S(, Patrick's day on Wednesday, April fool day on Thursday, Easter Sunday will be on the 20th of April, Memorial day on Sunday, Fourth of July on Sunday, and Christmas on Saturday. There will be two eclipses, both of the aim, one on March 5, visible In tho United States west or the Susquehanna river. This will be annular. The other on August 29, visible as a partial eclipse here. Take notice and govern yourself accordingly. The Woodmsn Election. Rock Island camp. No. 9, Modern Woodmen of America, elected officers last evening as follows: V. O., Spencer Mat tlson; W. A., d. N. Church; clerk, Thom as Smith; escort, J. O. Davenport; watch man, A. Banks; secretary, J. E. Robert son; physician, C. C. Carter; manager (18 months) James Blaisdell; manager (13 months) N. Sargent. Polie Foloti Frank Murray, of Winnipeg, alolf a suit of clothes from ths front of Jonas Bear's clothing house Saturday evening. Eft was arrested and yesterday Magistrate Bennett held him in bonds of $;K). Grand Exhibition. Of beautifully colored panoramic views 20 feet in diameter, illuminated with a bright calcium light, making them as blight as the noonday sun. Finest lot of colored Views ever shown In the city, at the Rock Island rink. Christmas eve., Dec. 44th. 1835. Vocal and instiumenlat music. The evening's entertainmeut will include several violin selections, by Mas ter Freddie Rogers, the child wonder. Admission 15 cents, doors open at 7 30. Rogers and Smith, prop's. Bishop W. S. Perry, at Davenport, Saturday put Herman Lercueo, a drug gist, through for selling liquor to a stu dent of Griswdld college. A MIDvmTRK MUIITM lUtKAH. Peculiar Kxperieiire of one who Makes Advertising a Stud, --The Sequence, An employe of the Ahous office had a dream last night, which has made a pro found impression upon him. He Is con nected with the advertising department of the paper, and his heart and soul are in the work, whlcL doubtless accounts for 4ii9 dream. When he came down thin morning he related hts strange experience to the reporter as follows: "I thought I was on the ferry embarking for Daven port; the last bell had rung, when a great multitude of people came ru&hing down to the shore toward the boat, which was already loaded down. As they came on with a jam and a push, it seemed as if the entire population was included, and the thought struck me that they were going over to the Iowa town to do their holiday trading, This incensed rue heyoud con trol, and I went up to several of them and told them to go buck and patronize our own merchants, but they heeded not and seemed to crowd on all the more, and I became angry, very angry, uud as the boat pushed out from the shore, I mounted a seat in the cabin and begun to lecture them. I aaid: "Ladies and gentle men, and fellow citi.ens, my townsmen and friends, tins wfll not do. I pray you to consider what you are about tit do How can you expect our merchants to succeed and prosper if you shun them thus, if you turn your back to them and go elsewhere to do your trailing? Think Well before you act and commit such an outrage us you are about to; p.itioni.c home trade, which is the Mfo of our town." At this moment I was interrupted hy shoutsof 'got down,' 'sit down,' 'what have you to do with it?' und so forth, and I became mad with rage and a personal encounter ensued, during which I awoke, and what a sigh of relief I bud!" They say it is improper to tell dreams, but the Altai s gives this peculiar one be cause it shows that he who had the ex pes notice not only lias the interest a of the anvcruaers deep in ins muni and mu science, hut the good of the city also, and ho much is he impressed with liU work that he dreams about it. ItKIKI u;ts. Melnlire'.s special fmle. I. Liberman for amUUm caps. Nice dates atld figs at JwtmpY Fine slippers, at Carat A: CVa. Fine Malaga grapes at Lamp's. Nice Florida oranges at Lump's. Music at the rink Chiislmas day. Sterling silver teaspumis, $4. Till per set, at II. Feelz's. Selling out at coat at It. Birkeufrld'i, on Fourth avenue. Father Kelly, of Shelfie!. I III , was in the city yesterday. Fur caps in great variety at Liier man's. Fancy mixed caudies in oni ponurt pails at Limp's. Mclutire & Co., leaders in best rjuality of dry goodi. Chatelaiue watches fur $.i Bit at II. Peetz.s. Skating at the rink Cumlm? day and evetdng. Genuine Lemaire pearl opera glumes at $3.50 at II. Peet's. Read Birkenfeld'd holiday advertise ment on this page. Go t Llberman's for (ur caps, sealskin caps end glove. There will be no skating at the rink until Christmas. Embroidered slippers for men, 75 cents per pair, at Carsa & CoY A. II. Conuelly is home from Tupeka, Kan., to spend (lie holidays. Don't forget the slipper sale at Caise & Co's- Holiday slippers in great variety and cheap, at the Central shoe store. Gloves in great variety and style, at the fashionable emporium of I. Lihcrman. No. 1632 Second avenue for bargains in slippers. Grand lunch and geese rattle at music hall, Jos. Valentin's place, tomorrow evening. Ladies' diamond collar Wtttons at from $3 to $14, very suitable for presents, at H. Pectz s. Christinas toys at the new & and 10 cent store for the next three days cheaper than any place in the city. Call at Mclutire & Co's. this evening. Special sale of silk handkerchiefs and mu filers. Mr. Fred, (Jalkins, one of Moline's prominent citizens, was in town yester day. Call on H. H. DeSanto for Gleim's remedies. He has the stock for sale. Call and see him. A live pigeon pie entertainment for the benefit of the Second Baptist church, at Armory ball tonight. The Hong Kong Tea store will give away candy with tea and coffee next Thursday. Mclntire & Co. are sacrificing cloaks. Prices way down. Must be closed before Jan. 1st. One pAtind of choice candy with tea and coffee on Thursday at the Hong Kong tea store. Watches, silveiware and jewelry at same prices which small dealer's pay. Go to XI. Peel 7. every time. A handsome and useful present to a gentleman friend In some of the articles for sale at Liberman 's. Krell & Math have a very fine line of French candies, and novelties in toys suitable for Christmas presents. Tbe very low price at which books are now being sold by R. Crampton & Co., is attracting crowds of eager purchasers. For prices on the best hard coal In the city call at the Port Bvron Lime Associa tion. Telabune No. 1(101. 6-d Congressman J. H. Murphy introduced a bill in tbe House yesterday, authorizing the oonstrHCtiou of the Hennepin canal. Something entirely new fur boys is the home menagerie. Must be seen to be aps preoiated. Phoa $1.25. at R. Crampton & Cos. Nothing is mora suitable tor a holiday i gift than a dress pattern. Mclntire & Co. show the finest line; in fact, they are headquarters. The popular Central shoe store U doing a running busioe&s, brought about by the standard quality of their goods, and their low prices. Pastors desirous of having their Christ mas services announced in the Anaus, will please send them to this office tos morrow evening. Residing clergy should make upplicas tion at once at the ticket oil lee foot of Twentieth street for half fare permits over R. I. & P. railway. The sale of reserved seats for the Carleton Opera Co. will commence V: morrow morning at Marshall & Fisher's. Reserved seats $1, 75 and 50 cents. The R. I. fc P. will sell excursion tick ets to all stations on their line Dec. 2-lth aud 25th, good to return on or before Dec. 20th. Dec. 81st and Jan 1st, good to res turn on or before Jau . 2nd. We will give away with every doll costing over 25 cents, sold this week, a nicely bound book containing 108 pages of doll stories, at R. Chamcton & Co's. E. W. Spencer has an extraordinary fine lint- of Bilver plated ware, a sample of which inaUos bis front wi ndow vi ry attractive to the passers by. His goods are very low in price. For a superb Christmas present noth- ing can be better than a handsomely framed etching or engraving which can be had from R. Crampton fc Co's. nt low rates. W. Peterson fc Co. have retimed the price of boots, shoes and slipper to a very low price, in order to benefit the cash buyers. They have an extensive line of goods to select from. Walter Peterson, for some tunc in charge of the boot and shoe house of W. Peterson fc Co., left today for tho far west, w lie re he will locate if what he is in ijucsl of suits him. Mr. Thomas Bailey, of Mt. Ayr, Ma rengo county, Iowa, a former resident nf Rock Isltnd county, has returned to spend Christmas. He moved to Iowa thirteen years ago. lannelulra "Fun on the Bristol com pany came in from Miiipioke.ta, Iowa, (hi: morning, and give their excellent enter tainment at Harper's theatre tonight und tomorrow night, Pailor billiard tables, if 1 .25 to $;; par tor croipiet, 7o cents to if 3. 50; bagatelle boards, several sizes, from $1.35 to Jf3, aio among the good and useful toys for boys at R. Crampton & Co'h. A prize will be given to any member of the Rodman Rille company for the high est scwre out of ten shots on a Creadmoie target at Lavone's shooting gallery under Harper's theatre, until New Vem's night. Roger Bros." triple plate knives at the 'remarkably low price of $2 per fet nt K. W, Spencer's. His other goods In tbe holiday line, such as silver plated ware, embrace the very latest novelties. Supervisors Norton, of Hampton, and Noah, of Zuma, were in the city yestev day. Whether (hey forgot to draw their pay last week, or were in search of Santa ClauM is not known. The tenth annual vouyeutiou of tbe Iowa Butter and Cheese association at O.ikaloofta, Iowa, last week adopted res olutions emphatically, favoring the im- mediate construction of the Hennepin canal. TheC.,R. I. & P. railway will sell round trip excursion tickets at excursion tariff rates to any point within 150 miles distant from Rock Island, Dec. 21 and 25, and Jan. 1, limited for re i urn passage to Jan, 4. 1880. At DeWitt Junction last night the wife af Mr. E. D. Tannehill, manager and proprietor of "Fun on the Bristol," gave birth to a bright, promising seven pound er of tiie masculine gender. Mother and child are both doing nicely. Tbe Catholic church of Sheffield, HI., will hold a fair ut that place beginning December 25, and continuing one week. Edward Shields, a C..R.I. fc P. en gineer, and several others will contest for a gold watch. CraDipton & Co.'s store was crowded all Jay today with people from far and near buying holiday goods. Their al ready large forco of clerks were taxed to the utmost in order that no customer should complain of not being waited on. Kab Ike Bros, have received the con tract for the hull and wood work, and Ben Wilson for the iron work of a new rafter to be constructed at the boat yards this winter for Sam Atiee. The craft is to be completed in April. Those willow and rattan chairs at the Rock Island Children's Carriage Work9 are just the thing for comfort and the most durable piece of furniture one can buy. They make nice presents, too, and are very cheap. Call and see them. The postofflee clerks were kept busy all day yesterday weighing the countless number of Christmas packages. Intended for friends abroad. Every day's receipts are in advance of those of the day previ ous, and on the day before Christmas they expect a rush that will beat prior years. Thomas Kerr, tho postmaster elect of Milan, was oh the jury that found Hub bard guilty of embezzlement last week in the L. 8. courts in session in Chicago. Hubbard was a Davenporter twenty years ago, and from there went to Monmouth, III., where he acted as cashier of the First National bank. Mr. D. A. Munger, of Rochelle, is vis iting his brother, Mr. W. II. Munger, of the Rock Island house. He has just dis posed of the Brackett house at Rochelle, aud is now negotiating for a hotel in a larger city. Like his brother, he is a born hotel man, and will be successful wherever he locates. Supervisor D. M. Martin went out to the poor farm today to attend a meeting of the poor farm committee in regard to devising means for a better fire pro tec tion to the county buildings there. Mar tin U one of the oldest and most capable men on the board, and to his credit be it said that he is always on hand at a com mittee meeting or a session of the board. We are pleased to chronicle this truthful fact, as Martin is a democrat from his feet up, and hails from the wilds of Cas noe Creek. I SEWS CLIPPINGS. 3 30 BaiartUv p. m LstMU As we go to press McCabe's rive large tores are packed with people. A f t w choice things in ladies' low neck wear just received at McCabe's. Elegant plush band or easel mirrors only 02 cents at McCabe's. Boys' and girls' writing desks with chairs reduced to $1.42 at McCabeBios.' cut price sate. Mrs. Thorn well's book o Etiquette, 12 mo, cloth binding, 28 cents, at McCabe Bros', greatest of book sales. Remember tbe lowest prices named in the west on autograph, scrap and photos graph albums is at McCabe Bros. Boys' iron safes with double combina tion locks, reduced to 75 cents; iron safes with lock and key, 45 cents, at McCabe Bros. Opera glasses, backgammon and check er boards, clocks and jewelry, all reduced to close at McCabe Bros. great holiday s;de. Beautifully illustrated fringed poems, publisher'? price 1-75, McCabe's price 1.88, $1.18, and 08 cents, all reduced now to 75 cents at McCabe Bros.' All there is left 8 sets of 10 vol. Irv ing, will be reduced to 4.08 to close out at 7 o'clock , sharp, at McCabe Bros. Watch the clock and be on hand. It is a matter of much surprise to Mc Cabe Bros, the enormous dress goods sales they arc having just now, during what is known as the dull season for dress goods. It is the subject of much comment bow McCabe Bros', foity-lbree clerks e;in pos sibly manage to wait on so many custo mers each day, as they have done for the past ten day?. McCabe Bros, have already sold sever al thousand dollars worth of holiday gootls, and us they are determined to car ry none over to next season, they are slashing the prices right and lift. Linens, towels, napkins, fringed sets, afternoon fringed tea cloths with napkins to mulch, mummy cloth table covers, all choice Christmas presents, prices reduced at McCabe Bros. Ladies' French castor gloves, einbroid cred backs, dressed aud uudiessed kid gloves, tf, 4, (1 and 10 button lengths; also Mosipietaire, Foster Hooks and Suede glove. Choicest selections espeeiady for the holiday trade ou sale at McCabe Bros. Sound minded folks know that McCabe Bros, can well afford to sell many goods at a less price than small dealers pay for them, buying in large quantities and al ways with the ready cash to take advan tage of any depression or sharp change in the market, they stand preeminently and indisputably the headquarters for prudent buyers in this entire section. Sensible people, buy sensible presents ami act in a sensible maimer. You will notice this class of people always trade at McCabe Bros. They find a large stock to select from, and knowing that large purchasers always secure lower prices, they arc sure to save money, and when trading with reliable merchants you are not always obliged to be an expert judge of every article you buy. JJZJ My aim is to keep the latest styles, the finest quality of goods and the best selection in the ciry. w WILL R. HAS JUST RKCKIVKD H If DDDD ii i) r 110 n 11 11 i II U 1. H O If II O O IfHHtl f O H Ii O U H HO U H H OOO IN JEWELRY, Consisting of Ladies and Gents Gold Watches, Bronze Clocks, Solid and Silver Plated Ware, Gold Headed Canea. All the late Novelties in Jewelry are to be found at this place. Call and examine. MELODEONS $5,00 and $10,00 each ORGANS $15,00 to $50,00. PIANOS $40,00 to $150,00- Mnst.be Sold before Jan. 1st. (Chicago IVJusic Store Telephone.1004 1726 i Come to Stay. Dr. Nicholls, who the paM three months has astonished our people wilh his won derful success in treating chronic diseases, has concluded to make Davenport his permanent home, having taken a long lease of the apartments now occupied by him, comer of Fifth and Brady streets. Dr. Nicholls is already looked upon as a physician of great skill arid ability, and we are pleased to chronicle the fact that he will be a permanent fixture In Davens port, so that the atfiicted who at first hes itated to call upon him on account of his supposed short slay, will now have an opportunity. Read his new advertisement. Hard Coal Market. Pea coal, $7.00; grate aud egg, juj.26; range, nut and No. 4, $8.50 per ton; screened and delivered all best quality of anthracite. Extra cartage charged on orders of less than one ton. Blacksmith's caol, Connellsville coke and charcoal. 1903 Second avenue. E. G. Fbazeh. Public Notice. Anyone having business with tbe Annus office after (J p. ni. (in the event that the olttee is closed) will please call at Wil mans & Gait's news stand in the postotfice building, who are authorized 1o transact business of every nature for tbe A no us. Coeap Mail Boxes. The finest mail and paper box ever in vented is for sale at the Annus ofitce at the low price of $l-each. The same box Is sold everywhere at Si. 50. Call and ex amine them. New Year's Eve Ball. The Cable Hose Co. will give a grand ball at Armory hall on New Year's eve. Music by Bleuer's baud. All are invited. Car to Molina afterward. tf The population of Paris is said to be increasing at the rate of 29 per 1,000. C. C. TAYLOR, Tim Enterprising Dealer in Fancy Goods and Toys ITas an immense lint of the. very latest Novelties in Holiday Goods, Which have been purchased expressly to meet, the require ments of his increasing trade. and at very Low FiourtKs, all of which are marked down to the Lowest Living Price. Call and inspect his stock, he has a Thousand new novelties in Toys. Remember the place, under -THE Rock Island House. JOHNSON. , Ip BAKER,! A FINE LINK OK o o o o o o O It U I) O I) OOU OOO OOO t)IDD HS8H 0 k' D. EOT B0WLBY, Manager, Second Ave. Rock Island. BIVEBSIDE EA11S. SK&TltX& SOFT COAL STOVE, Is the Best Parlor Stove now made. Call and see it at RIVEUIIE RASMUSSEN'S CARD. Wherein we Claim to Excel onr Competitors. QUALITY. . The anpi-riorlly of our Photographic work is conceded by all who are familiar wilh it. To those who are not aciiialhteti wilh it we newt only sny that we sus tain our assertion of superiority with a ooi.n medai. awarded for a display of Photographs at the exhibition of Photographers or the United Hlalea held at Buffalo, N. V.. 1S85. KNTERPKISK. We fully appreciate llio importance of Bitistie effe( Is in Pholotfiaphic Por traits, hence our operating rooms are crowded with backgrounds ami accessories We have lately added the following every article a novelty, and not duplicated in any other gallery in this vicinity: Antique Table. Antique Carved Cabinet; Durham Tree, rough linrlt, with branches in leal'; Combination Hustic Circular Garden seat, with back or to be placed around loot of tree; Hustic Fence; An tique Carved Trunk, used as hall scut; Elaborate Writing Desk and large Hand painted Japanese Screen. In backgrounds we have purchased an English Wood lawn sceue and an Antique Interior. In draperies and curtains we have added several rich designs. A tlei uddiiuj the above to our extensive assortment of backgrounds and accessories, we feel Unit our work will become still more noted for noli effects and artistic posing. PRICES. Quality considered, our prices arc thelowest. but we do not advertise our prices for the reason that among professional people, only quacks and shysters give prominence to their cheapness of price. In Photographic work. ETcit.. l.KNCK is more desirable than oheapne.-s. It is a mistake to suppose the gener al public does not understand the difference between good work and cheap work; were it otherwise we could not boast of our success and the fact t lint the woiking force of onr gallery is tw o assistants more than double the total force of all the other galleries in the city combined. At present our woiking force is ex double what it was a year ago. This tells Ihe story of a struggle between fine work and cheap work. HOLIDAY Holiday -AN ELKO A NT CENTRAL SHOE STORE And prices veij' low. Call and examine. No. 1708 2nd. Avenue. (J. I,. & S. N. WYNE8, Call and -Bright, New and oliday O 3 o i A And ever so many more articles to Nob. 1500 and SPECIAL SALE OF Silk Handkerchiefs. MCINTIRE & CO.. Announce with pleasure that they have iea a special Handkerchief and Mutller sale Monday morning at 9:30 o'clock and continue through Tues day, Wednesday and Thursday with their immenso stock and low prices they predict the same success as was enjoyed during their great sale of Linen handkerchiefs Brocaded handkerchiefs al 2.1 cents and upward. CLOAK SALE. Mclntire fc Co.'s reduced prices in llieir Cloak Depaitmcut have created a boom. During this week I lie knife will slash into piiees right and left and anyone needing a cloak will do well to call liefore purchasing else where. McINTIRE & CO. -On Account of change in Business,- 33. BIZEZECEITiniELJD PROPOSES TOYS AND FANCY GOODS At cost prices to close them out, and his present store will he for rent about April 15th, nelt. Now is your chance to get your Holiday -Goods at your own prices. No. 2011 Fourth Atcuue. RICHARD F. WITT, Licentiate in pharmacy, SUCCESSOR TO V. M. VH EATON,. DK-1T.ER IN PURE D H U O- S , And Toilet Preparations, ' Hnrner 2nH Ave., and I7th Sf. DAVID DON'S. STOVES SLIPPERS Slippers, LINK AT THE- see Our Desirable Selections- -OF- GJ-oods! J Pi tt.i o ha : ftj C3 select from, and prices the lowest, at CORDES & KANN. 1508 Second Ave., Rock Island. TO SKI.t, HIS ' f ,