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Tin: AmiUfcN 'in? i.siiAV, ii:ci:m.;e ir, i2.
A BIG DEAL.
Reidy Bros.' Sell the
MATER KOSENFIELD GETS IT.
imrrail Other Important Transaction
Oaring the rant Week The Same Firm
INapmm af the .Johnson Property en
Svveatti Afnm sad Seventeenth Street
toTTr. rosaecnrs -George Senator's Two
Houmk on Thirteenth Street Sold to
irwii Gnldeadorf and Mayer Rosenfleld
.. llaatling Firm. '
Reidv Bros., t be hus'ling yoong re.l
estate firm, closed one of tbe most im
partar.t rf Ms in real estate yesterday f
ternoon tnat bus been trmiie in the city
in some time, it having disposed of tbe
Taluabie residence property known a
the Lyndi addition to Maver Rosenfield
fr.T 'f (vm. The property was at once
pluced in tue bands of the same Aim by
Mr. R enficld and will be on sale as be
fore. The engineering of a transaction
of the kind dibp'ays no little ability and
als.i shows the confidence reposed by tbe
people in Rock Ialaud'e future. Amoo?
other important dents male b R id ,
Bros, the pst wetk was tbe sale of the
Johnson property on S-v-uteentia street
and Hi'Vemh uvpnue to Pr Comecva for
a consideration of $3 100. Two houses
of Scorj;e Sch.tfer's on Thirteenth street,
one to Lewis Grrjetidorf far $1,500 and
the othur to Mayor Ros nfidd for i-'l ,40 .
M'ihs Uosa 15 irbcr's property on For'y
six.h street to Ltvi Waterman. $1 2X).
Miss A . Ltur i Hili's property on Ninili
strpei to George Roth, S1.000
It is such rmsiDcss transactions as tti
abov rtt inspire coiidjuce in the city's
Nice Jurb at W. A. Ehleb's.
Gnlt has the goods nnd prices
Nice sweet rid-r at W.A E jleh's.
Christmas trees as W. Trefz & Co.
Freeh dairy butter at Sourier & Sou.
Plow shop boys bill Siturday niuhl.
Nice honey at George B.-owner & Co
Fresh lake fish at George Bowner &
Choiee Christmas candies at Brooks &
Turkeys dressed to order at George
Browner & Co.
Genuine New York buckwheat at
George Browner & Co.
Hon. E. W. Hurst has r .'turned from
a bosiaess trip to Chicago.
Gr;nd ball of the plow shop boys at
Roche's bail Saturday night.
Buy your Christmas trees and tree
ornaments at W. .Trefz & Co.
Pure simined honey at Brooks &
Thierman, telephoneNo. 1138
The plow shop boys give a grand ball
at at Roche's hall Saturday nig'it.
Children's 753. shoes no at 50c. to
morrow special sale Tne Boston.
Cabbage, cauliflower, Spunish onion--and
sweet potatoes at VV.A.Enleb's.
Choice Florida orines, dates, figs and
Malaga grapes at Brooks & Thierman.
Special sale in the book department
from 7 till 9 this evening at McCube Bros
If you will take time to look at Gait's
stock of Christmass goods it will pa; you.
No goods held over from last year at
Gait's. Everything new, 1815 Second
The operetta "Snow White and the
Seven Dwarf " in being reuearsed at
Telephone loU to George Browner
Colnmbia market for your meat, finest
cuts in the city.
Special shoe sale. Tbe Boston offers
big inducements to shoe buyers on Fri
day and Saturday.
Nye and Burbank, tbe kings of mirth
and pathos are to lecture at Harper's
theatre tomorrow night.
Look berel Do you want us to tell
you where to buy Christmas goods?
W hy, at Gait's of courie. 4
McCabe Bros, store open every evening
til! V o'clock untill Christmas. Some
tiling special each evening.
Don't forget the special shoe sale at
the Boston on Friday ahd Saturday for
you will regret it if you do.
New England bulk mince meat, straw
berry, raspberry jelly and Ritter's apple
butter at Brooks & Thierman.
Friday is special bargain day in child
ren's and boys' shoes, besides bargains
listed elsewhere, we will give 10 per cent
off on all children's and boys' shoe Tbe
Great big 158 page juvenile books z
this evening from 7 till 0 o'clock, at Mc
Cabe Bros., to advertise that their store
is open evenings acd to b om their book
If you sre going to buy your wife, son,
daughter or friend something nice for
Christmas, keep in mind Fred Woltman's
iewelery store. He has s stock of silver
ware that c.nnot be seen in the city, and
has also a good display of diamonds.
His line of novelties such as Japanese
card receivers, gold spectacles and gold
ri.S'fr xa aa
filled watches, a id u.any uselnl r-i es
wo aid make useful presents
The L -Claire Marine audLuru'ier C '
hae elected its officers for the en ' ti 2
der t and tieasurer, W A. Blain ge-re-H'v, !
F. J. Thompson superintendent. The j
latter formerly rasidea at La Crse h rid is j
raf er, among tbem the Th stlo one of!
the fastest boats on the river.
A. recital was leiven by Mrs. Frank '
Allon of Mo'.ine and Mr9 J. K Kimtiall
of ibis city at the residence of Mr. Guver ;
on Nineteenth street yesterday afternoon. '
It was complimentary to Mesdames
Wi liam Butterworth, Stuart Harper and I
8. t. Davis, and at the conclusion of a
delightful programme refreshments were ;
served and the hffur was an unuuillv
pleiisant one Mrs S. H. McCabe, Miss
Koi hler and Mrs Phil. Mitchell assisted
in the entertainment.
Slie Swift PaekinR company, of Chicago,
to k portd to have purchased a sit at Clin
ton, la., for a packing house.
Complaint has been filed at Seattle,
Waeh.. charting Ursula Junita Collins
will the murder of T. H. Boyd, her alleged
J bn Bate, a well known young man
of ljeroy. Ills., was shot down on the
Stret t by George Dever, ex-city marshal.
J. V. Anderson, a rancher near Lyman,
Wash., has mysteriously disappeared and
bisfiniily fear he has been foully nYn!t
The body of Tat-nek Macadurdy, of
Brooklyn, X. Y., was found in the hold of
the Anchor Line steamship Bothnia at
Glas -row, from New York, imbedded anions
the i;rain. He was smothered while the
vessel was loading.
Ob tuary: At Orange, X. J. Watson
Chile, agrd AS. During the war he was in
i busii ess at St. Louis, and when hostilities
j began his firm hazarded over $1,000,000.
j without the prospect of pay, in furnishing
supp ios to the Union army, and it was
I the f rst to fly the star and stripes from
It bt ilding in the face of a howling moh.
At Tuscola, 111., Major Asa Miller, of the
Revuw, aged 0; at rittsfleld. 111., Mi-s
Sue IHglee; at Burlington. Mrs. Caro
line Crant, aged M.
Got ernor Flower has conui: ;. ted the 1: re
sentence of a mnn whov.it jealous do
tard enough to kill his Kweetlieji. '. Ti .
mtml -rer has served sixteen years and w.r!
be let loose Dec. 15.
The Mexican government will ask the
Unite. 1 States to remove the Apache In
dian further from the border, as theserest
lens redskins are always raising cain and
cansii g the Mexicaus no end of trouble.
Ped Hers in Iowa are accused of selling a
cheap sugar that is poisonous, and n: . s
people violently siek.
Rbeunati'B Cved in a Day.
"Mvslic Cure'' for Htieumatism ami
Neuralgia radically cures in one tc three
days. It action upon the system is le
marfcible and mysterious It removes a'
once the cause and the disease lmmetl-
i e' ioer. The first dose crevlv
oenentj. Warranted by O;to Grotjan
druggist, Kock Island.
Can ADitrd Kxlra 1i viilrndn. '
IloslON, lX-c. la. The. Hell Telephoue j
compa iy has deelared a retnilnr rtivifleii.l
of xir ohare aud an tilra divideml of '
per Hlihro. '
"Hht dwme it that handsome rtot-8."nii j
if Hi(!'tt arsHpHila doesn't do hard- )
gomelv theu nothing does Have yc-ueveri
tr ed it? ;
Lawrence county liiysclairu to the largest
man in the state of Kent ueky. He weighs
5130 pounds aud is 6 feet 6 inches in heijUit.
his ariis measure two feet in circnmier-,
enceaml l is thighs three feet.
Teste! and Approved L W. Littii;, E-q..
Tres't Mnrine Nat'l ank, Bilt.imore. Mil.,
siys: "I have used Salvation Oil and
find it tin excellent remedy for neura!ci.
Keep it in vour fumilv."
or th roaninoji or ni
PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK,
at mora ibliho,
!a tke Btateof niinoit, at the close of bntiaiM
Imii na iiM-n :in t85,&01 R
Overdrafts, aecurea au t uui-ca.cJ.. .. 119 90
U.S. Bond, toftecare eircnlation S0.M0 00
Ptocks. aritiea, etc 4.000 00
Dae from uppreved renerved agents.... 1K4V1 2
riae from ther National banks 15.044 Rl
Dae from rtate bankt and bankers 774 IK
BanklnR-b nse, furnitnre and flztnres. ! OOJ 00
Cnrront ei oenses and taxes paid 615 h
i hecks eat other cash items 211
Rills of other hanks i.5S5 0j
Prae paper Cnr. nickels, and cents 16159
Specie - 2S.670 SO
Leiral-tend rr notes W6 00
Redemptioo fund with U. 8, Treasurer
(Bper oet tof circulation) 1,350 00
Dne from I . 8. Treasurer, other than 5
percent i ademption fnnd t.000 00
Total $4W,890 17
Capital su-k paid iu Jion.ono oo
Hnrplas fond So. 000 00
Undivided prod's.... , 1K.840 89
National Bauk Note ouiHiuuding SS.SOO 00
Dividends t npait) 195 00
lad. dep subject to check SIO4.7B0 vH
Demand car. of deposit.. . lB,6rj4 89
Time certificates of deposit 67,081 8J 281.4A7 K9
Dne to ather National banks 4,361 M
Dae to state banks and banker - M (1
Total 43.W0 IT
8TATB Of ILLINOIS, I '
Comrrr o Bock Islabd, I .
"I, C. Belliienstell, cashier of tbe above-namad
bank, do Ml nnn'y swear that the above statement
is tre to the nest of my knowledge aad belief,
Sabseritmr and sworn to before me this lBth day
of Use IBM. SEOROB P. ROTH,
sbauI UoUry Pnblis.
Jossea BosjsriCLo. I
Mat Rnsifvi ls, v Directors.
COHBAS SnrDBL. )
J-IHI' !AILY AKOUs DiLIVEHKi) ATYOUrt
1 door rrv evening for l'i'ic per weth.
FOR SAI.K-A 81
new, by Mr. 1
VARK PIANO AS GOOD AS
Lull-. 848 Tw-lf b. -tn et.
yrrASTED-THRES"RFoua K Orts SUIT-
abli for light honeiieepinr, either nprtalr
or down. Address "Q." card of Tarn Arqus.
WANTED TO KBNT A HOUSK ONNINK
leenth, Twentii th or Twenty-first nreetg and
son'h of Seventh arenas. Pos-egion wanted by
Feb 1-t. Ai ply.bj levter, givt , plot nion to 1, rare
WANTBKP A POSITION AS OOOK OR ?AS
eeneral bouse eir'. by one who is willine to
hi-r h rd in i the i rlTilece ct D-aeticii s
Address K. L ibis office
Licbtntns Platr aed r.latin? iewelrv.
ache. tab'vmre. &c. Platepthe flneetof Jew--'--
co-f-a- r rr kini."-r inrial, with eo!d,
il' tt. niekt-. No iX('riei.e.e No iitat.
Kvt.ri ooas need'nt; :.ia!in
.a DtINOt"i. o omnns.
Bill Nye; . nvpl niic!,in NVe
Bill Nvo R VlULUitDHiH Xyc
Bill Nye of wirth, iBill Nvel
iih Aye .' -i"''" "" ' ii.Mll iyo
Bill Nye FRIDAY iBill Nye
Bill Nye; Kveninp.'Bill Nye
harju r n nr- !'h ir n
Burtiy Opera House,
Twc Performances Two
; SUNDAY DECEMBER 18th.
; The r.riliimt romn'ic actor
Mli. FRKl) FELTOX
And ht nuporb Compsriy in a Magnificent Spe
tscnlar Pro'?nrrinn of the bmc
i MONTE CRISTO
An cntTcly New Drmt'.c Ver-ion of Dnmi'l
lmmeriieiy Pnpnlr flaj.
MABVKLOTJ WKCHAKICAT. EFFECTS!
THOR 1TJGBLY COMf'STENT CAST.
Sneral artentinn 1 called to the teorsreotm
PLC -H 'AL''E, A kciuc compoeed entirely
of the Finest Plunh, anrt mart- eipn-- for this
rnmpaTiy bv Gnmier &. Tarleanz. ofPaiipatan
artnal e t of $i noO 10. (tvance in prices.
Seam oernred at the uera Hon-f. Jl.iO. 7B, 50
nnd UT c'HU . Ladiea bct ri-t-erved i-eat 5ic. to
LJ llrnPf Q ' nPSITP
J. E- Montrose, Mai.eer
Tuesday Evening, Dec. 20.
A Fairy Spectacular Operetta in six arts, arr ng
ed by Miss Helen Tripp, D rcetor, ei titled
For tbe benefit of 'be North street
General admission 3i cent, Chlldr.nSV.
Reserved seats 50c
Which we have heretofore sold from $1650
Worth - $19.50, $18.00, - $16.50.
This lot, although small quantities, and the sizes being somewhat broken, is positively the best val
ues ever ottered this season-nothing to compare with them anywhere-not a coat in the outfit but
w- i 1 ?c2rAS a?d been sellin2 at 16-0 and some of them are good value at $19.50, take your
jack at $12 90; first come, first served. They'll be a pleasing surprise; it's a splendid opportunity;
Best Equipped Clothing and Sho? Hoi
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
! kn fit-, nil i.i-Jht wilh i if' i-oaI:
ill not fn or snvke; hev" 9''-el bi.dv;
l.re ash i nn t"'Hll sai ex ammo 'his
wonderful s'ov o!d t.y
(New styles oi
D. ROY BOWLBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
.:! .1 . .. .T
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brands of iotrestie
and Imported clears. All brands o tobacco,
pie acore of all ihe ball games wi'" received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1806 Second Avenue..
IV! C i NTIRE
We want to c1ob out every
cloak in stcck by January
1st. To make it an induce
ment for yen to bny now
w-t will ovduct from the
pri e of evry cloak
10 Per Cent.
Tht means ttat yon will
buy a $10 cloak for $9, a
$12 50 for m.25 a $20 for
$18, arid right through ihe
line in proportion This
disfouot applies to all
cloaks except plushes,
Are surprised to find
so many nice Christ
Our stock of Holi
is now complete.
to $19.50 we shall place on sale this morning at
in Rock Island Countv. 1729 2d ave., 116 to 122 19th si
Wefiod tliat we Lave
uiujr ureas pfJoda.
Lot l-Robes in ,
iirtiiu aim other f .
i any rone
Lot 2-36 :H8ir, wool ni
35 cent 8.
l ot 335 in wool plaids.
Lot 452 in wool ruix u
4 or r yds only
The best the ni.
Uffords and price
Ye grood friend
are still in the
LLOYD & STEWART Lead the Trade.
Special Holiday Slipper Sale.
We have the Largest Line of Holiday Slippers
ever opened in this city. Look at the pric-s: 49c
69c, 78c, 89c, 9Sc, $1.29 and $1.48. It will pay you
to lay in a year's supply during this sale, and to
make it a Holiday advertisement we will give to
every pure aeer of a pair of shoes a beautif ul boe1:
let of the Presidents of the United States.
FAMOUS SHOE STO B E,
108 W. 3d near, Brady Davenport, lovn.
Gk L.WYNES & CO.