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THE AKGUS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1891.
After Fifteen years of Business Life in our present quarters we are compelled to RELINQUISH
THE BUILDING to the owners and have concluded to Retire from Business. Our
Lease expires January 1st, 1892. From now on we will inaugurate the most
if ; '
! f. I
of Honest Merchandise ever attemped in the city of Davenport.
iw i the time to buy CloaV s and the prices are such that ou cannot afford to
w'i h'tit one (iurins the winter. We urge you to come down to our store and see
i . . . t- W a art fhn rii'Air nl"ru(i haaHAnnrtara 1 rtr imVd n n 4 -wr m i 1 1 oar
5Iie3 J'u see mem.
Tti'nr mnde jacket!", regular price 16 to 8 now $3.
f.i'ior made. better quality, price $9 to $12 50, now $4 90.
A'l wooi 30 inch leot;ib, Scotch cheviot astrakart fur trimmed reefers $18 50,now
. . i , . v o ,...- i . . - m A 1 i
i'l wool o'- lucn ieDKu, cfuiiu cuevioi oearaam iritniuiiig ret xers a; io, now
Brj: qiinlity Walkers seal pliiBh frarments, regular price 24, now fie.
Hi-'tqMHlity Walker's seal plush sacques f 18. f24, 131.50 and f 45, now $10 $16,
mny other garments at proportionately reduced prices.
Lilifs' woo! ribbed, former price 75s. now 48c.
Ladies' best quality nonsnnnkable ribbed rents, form-r price $1. now 75c.
I'muD suit munsine wool plated,, former price $2 25, now $1.50.
I'oioD suit silk plaited munsing, former price $4, now $3.
Mr entire stock of underwear at proportionately low prices.
Kid and Fabric Gloves.
We offer the followiug special attractions in values in this department:
50 dozen ladies' 5-hook glace real kid gloves. Alexander, in blacks, tans, slates
and browns at $793 per pair; the regular selling price $1.10.
40 d zen ladies' 8 button length suede Mousquetaire kid gloves in colors
and blacks at 69c per pair, formerly $1.
50 dozen ladies' 5 hnck favorite suede kid gloves at 89c, former price $1.25.
Our best gloves consisting of glace and suede in 7 hook and 8 button Mousque
taire in the following brands: Derby, Splendid, Newport, Treville, Chantelly and
Geneve, all have been sold at $1.75, now $1.35 per pair.
We place on sale some interesting items of value to lovers of good hosiery.
Ladies' pure spun silk hose in blacks at 75c. This is the greatest bargain of the
season, as they are worth $1.25.
Ladies' genuine English cashmere hose, full regular made in black?, only 43c
per pair, worth 65c.
Ladies' cashmere hose, excellent quality. The price has been 30c, now to be
sold for 18c.
A full and complete line of ladies' and children's bose; all will be sold without
regaid to cost.
At such reduced prices as cannot be met by any house east or west.
75, now $
One lot, former price 50 ad e.lc, now 25c
One lot, former price ;5c and f lf now 50c
Hroadway woven corset, former price $
Beatrice woven corset, former price. .
Pandora woven corset, former price !!!"."" 1
Katie woven corset, former price
Dr. Warner Coraline, former price i
Dr. Warner Health corset, former price 1
P. D.'s No. 530 corset, former price . i
P, D. No 829 corset, former price 2
D TO r. Oil) V I. .. .1 lu.l . r . - -
.-. iiu wuitc ouu uiv t uorsci, iormer price a CO, now
P. D. No. 97 white and black corset, former price 3 25, now
ana many oiur aiyies wnicn win ne sold at same discounts.
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
Fall and Winter Underwear.
Natural wool vesta and drawers, size 18, former price 40 cents, now 25 cento,
with a rise of 5c a size.
Children's camel hair vest and drawers, best quality. Size 18. Srldfgr35c,
now 20c, 5c raise per size.
Remember this is a GRAND CLOSING SALE. Every article in our immense stock of Goods is subject
to tne same cuts; cost cuts no ngure; no gooas to ue neia ior a prom; every one snouia take aavan-
tasre of our eoinsf out of business.
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129 W. Second St, Davenport, la:
Vai llm AvKentmlnildT
A &-,( looking old gentleman walked
i n I . tiiilu of tbe Star theater the
I ji'wuini. There was nothing in his
Wraai toliuliuite that his had been
lijuvMi txisieDCB. In fact, he looked
nwch otherwise, and might well have
3vt clown for a well to do retired busl-
s!a:t The usber led "him to the row
l lt ur:Liwira in which his seat was.
'Tl.rl -,it (ruiu tbe other end," said tbe
Liutliu tbe old gentleman bis
i& The mm whs turned back, as thea
uiwaya are when not in use. Tbe
.mtituiau crawled over tbe feet of the
I c;iitiu between him and bis seat.
if: r,e ut dowo, not on his seat, but on
Ujturued edjre. He did not look com-
wwf on Lis narrow percb. He was a
U".; m.iu, iiml, bitting aa ha was, he
"Btuuii full foot above those around
a. IVople liegan to snicker. They
it was funny. Just then the cur-
I cb: up.
.J:,'M'- wman waHsitting right behind
,n -mil L'L-iitleinan. bbe miL-ht
I at!, hn-e -,at bi-btnd a board feuce. as
ir !..-.;,. fill. t.l:iV -.. r.l
' Vi-nov, however. Jjoanincr for-
tout.-n,l tbe old gentleman on
i (i -r. "Excuse nie," she said
. 'ivuuiil you pleam rise for a mo-i:i-
ulil gi-ntletiian did so with a
- -in ii-. Tbe lady reached over
v"i I;n ,(.:it nwn into its proper
i- ''I 'lllk von. " shn fuinhlv mnr.
Hi-mil L'l-ntleman said notbint;,
around him brought the
He seenied to wish that
I i!-n .ind burv him from
'iiil nor, i h sat dow n and afc-'-1'
.'i.i- biinsflf in a study of bis
:a ,:" York Times.
i ''it n.i
'"iIh Who Walk on Stilt.
i;-'-i'v of the people lu the western
""- Ifni'li province of Goacony
' -'if.. 'I'hat is a district known
w ith a sea line bouuilintt
I'll- of the IJuyof Biscay, and
its treat est breadth about
'' k into the country. The
' ''he of the wildest and
:-of France, and the inhabi
' a-s srraiiL'e and uncultivated
pine forests, the dreary
' lie f.irspreadirig deserts of
which they inlmbit. Most
-iie;. herds, imd they elevate
11 "lit.-, live feet high in order
marshes and tbe Band
-i f . , -
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v-"i.r:ors present strange and
f' - ns they progress over the
r "iintry in attendance on
'tin tiines at the rate of six or
lemr. Thev rest lv tbe aid
"" d . ii support, pursuing mean-r"v,-rUstiug
occupation of kuit-'!';-arance
the Landes shepherd
'" miiouth mass of dirtv wool.
like a rude
i,. .i.. ,
e ' ,,v "cars a fleece
orr'-J! '"'-'' and legs on tbe outside
'aUui i -' greaves of the same ma
sew, , ftjet eucaaed in sabots and
tie . ' V""' 111 Great Britain grow
P1 it ,"f Uen i-omond InScot
htotot wl. 'VU'arf wi'lw. the extreme
uuiy two inches.
iBil i "Il,e8 or clover raised in
l1 of Ala'ta cause tbe faonn fmm
i.7t"im tn i .
rlttar.,,. . OI Kreat purity and of
W i"1'' IS Drobahl Imn
?taSu 70ther ria the world.
18 Ponndi oi Blood
Is about the quantity naturo allows to an
adnlt person. It ia of tbe utmott im
portance that the blood should be kept as
pure as possible. By it 4 remarkable
cares of scrofula, salt rheum, etc., Hood's
Sarsaparilla has proven its claim to be the
best blood purifier.
For a peneral family cattartic we con
fldenily recommend Hood's Pills. They
should be in every home nedlcine chest.
For sale by all flrst-ctats Gn eery dealers.
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Fall and Winter Stock
OF GOODS BECEIVJSD BY-
HOPPE: The Tailor.
tCall and Examine.
J. Ma CHRISTY,
MASUFACTliREB Of CRACKERS IU BISCUITS.
At Yonr 5 rarer for Them.
1 hey are Be t.
The ChriKty "Otbtik" td Cbriety "Wafer."
SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds ot Carpenter "Work Done.
General jobbing done on short notice and satisfaction guaranteed.
Offioe and Shop 1412 Fourth Avenue, ROCK ISLAND.
m&p us TOE
IF YOU SHOULD TRAVEL OER THE WORLD
AS TAR AS YOU COULD CO.
A BETTER 5QAP TtjAISI SANTA GLAUS
YOUD NEVER CJET TO KNOW
Successor to dameon & Ruick,
J. T. O'CONNOR, Proprietor.
No. 117 Eighteenth Street.
This new Sample Room is now open for business. The best of Wines, Liqoors and fine
Imported Cigars always on hand.
GEORGE SCHAFER, Proprietor.
1601 Second Avenue. Corner of Sixteenth Btree - Opposite Harper's Theatre.
The choicest Wines, Liquors, Beer and Cisrars always on Hand-
tree Lunch Ivery Day
Sandwiches Furnished on Sho t Notloe
Proprietor of theJBrady Street
Ad kind of Cat Flower, constantly on hand.
Green Howes Flower Store
Ou block north of Central Park, the largest la Ia. 801 Brady Street, DaTenport,Iowa.
C. J. W. SCHBEIlffEB,
Contractor and. Bu.ild.er,
1121 and 1138 Fonrtb BTenn. Eesidence 1119 Fourth avennc.
Plant and specifications furnished on all clasps of work: alto agent of Wilier', Patent Insid
Sliding Blind,, something new, stylish anddeslrable.
ROCK BLAND, ILL.
Rock Island, 111.
Shop Nineteenth St., bet. First and Second Avenue,
General Jobbing and Repairing promptly done.
tS?Second Hand Machinery bought, eold and repaired.
H. SIEMON & SON,
toves and 7"inware.
Baxter Banner Cooking and Keating Stores and the Geneseo Cooking Btore.
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
IrVW BF,f!ONT AVR.. "ROCK TST.AND. ILL.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Shop corner Tweaty-aecond ttraet and Ninth arena. Residence SSBS
Thirteenth arenae. -
prepared to auks ertimato and do all kind, of Carpenter work. QW bin a trfaV
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