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a M. L00SLKY,
THE ABGUB. THUKSDAY, DECEM13EK 10, 1891
By way of
Tbe Btait'DK point.
This is only an advertisement, and you have often said you are too busy to read the advertisements. But this is one"vhich will put
money into your pocket, (isn't a dollar saved, a dollar earned?) and pretty and useful presents into your homes if you make a note as
Mr. Bowlby says in his advertisement of these suggestions.
course you mean to buy some Christmas presents this year.
tbise do "
A snoking set, An A. I), coffee, for her collec- A chamber set, X
A study lamp, ti'on, A parlor lamp,
An oatmeal bowl and plate, A tea cup, for her collection, For A tea set, 56 pieces,
pw A mustache cup, A five o'clock tea, Bo(h A dinner set, f
Him. A cl Ina cusPIJor Fr A set of orange knives, A banquet lamp,
An ash receiver, Her- A pretty little dressing lamp, of Silver knives and'forks,
A vase, for his room, A set of silver nut picks, Berry set, china or glass,
A carving set, A bon bon, china, Silver baking dish,
Statuary. A piano lamp.
A china spoon tray,
A cake plf.te,
A chop dish,
B. and B. plates,
t From $.3S np,
Tea pot tiles,
Cups and saucers,
A dozen tumblers.
i Some good oner, l.Tc each.
J From f 3.23 up.
t From $6.30 up.
Real shells for scalloping,
Cut glass bowls,
Cut olive dishes,
China of all kinds.
Really the list is already too
long. Will you not call and see
how the stock looks?
I Don't think because we have a really good showing in handsome goods, that everything is expensive. I sell some of my burnt clay for
jlts weight in silver; but I have just as many lamps at 16 cents for instance, as any body wants, and cups and saucers at three cents each.
1 Pretty thing are not all dear, and we want to sell moss rose cups and saucers at 15 cents, just as much as we do others ata higher price.
LOOSLEY, Crockery, China and Glassware
GHEAT SALE OIF1
Lowest prices giiaranteed in every department'. Dry Goods, Notions and Milltneky.
AUG. STEFFEN Cor- Second and Harrison Sts., Davenport.
FATE SAYINGS BANK.
MOLINE. - ILLS.
,JS:Cni.:r Fifteenth street and Third Ave.
nt;!- tht ll.ii: n c Savings Bank. Organised 1809
5 PI3 CEKT. UTEREST PAID OX DtPOSiTS.
Organized under State. Laws.
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prt-rsiilnavr. 8. W.Vbeelock.
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An? t,'v'"rd W. U. Adams,
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Sealed proposals will be received at tbe city
Clerk's office. Rock Island, 111, -intil Monday, 5
.inib ft m luf.fnhr SH 191. for co! atructinff
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city passed July C, 1KH1, and is en; it led, '-An ordi
nance jot me improTeraeni ui imra Kniuciiwu
the east line of Twenty-fourth to i be west line of
Ninth street, Niueteenttt street frrna the
north line of First av nue r tbe
north line of Third avenue and or trie alley
between Eighteenth and Ninete nth streets and
Becondand Third aveunes. from t ie south line of
Second avenne to the north line ol Third avenue."
and for furniithinij the material and d in? the
work accord me to the plans an 4 specifications
therefor. . , ,
Tbe work spec Ilea lntma oraiusnee wui o ui
vlded Into four paving dtttrt. ts ai d let s rpirately.
The firt district from the west liteof Ninth street
tothewestline of Fifteenth strtet; the second
from tnc wen line 01 r uieeniu si rcr. u mo
line of Twentieth street; the thud from the east
line of Twentieth tr.cttoibe eas: line of ' Twen
ty-fourth street, all on '1 nira avenue; -in '""
on Nineteenth street from the no tn line of irst
avenue to the north line ot Tbi-d avenne; also
Commercial alley. . , , .
riangand specifications for stid improvement
on file at the ctty clerk's office .
Blank bids will te furnished or apyalicatlon.
All bids must be accompanied with a certified
check In tbe sum of five hundred dollars, payable
to tbe order of the treasurer of aald city, which
shall become forfeited to said city incase tha bid
der ahall fail to eoter Into contra. with approved
saretits to execute tha wark lor tbe price mea
lioneo IB U1W pin, uu - - j
apeeiBcaUons In the event Lb it the contract
1 be ngnt to reject .r I - T
receivea is hereby txpreesly rrved by aaid
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Rack Island, 111., Neveaber 28 JW1.
mmmm of crackers m biscuits.
Ask YonrCrocer for Them.
. .... . 1 hey are ltest.
The Christy "Otstik" acd Christy "Whir."
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& r ALL MINU YVIIM ttl O I UKK
of Oooda received by
Lw Call and Examine.
B. F. DeGEAR, . ,
Contretctor etrid Builder, i
Office and Shop Corner Seventeenth Bb
and Seventh Avenue,
furnished on application.
"All kinds of carpenter work a specialty. Plana and estimates for all kind of buDdlnjci
Proprietor of theBrady Street
' AA klnda of Cat Flowers eoaitutly oa kaad.
CraeaHouaea Dower Store
Oa block aorta ef Cantral Park, tkalarf eat la la. 804 Brady Street, Davea port, Iowa.
GEORGE SailTEE, Proprietor.
1601 Second Avenue, Cornet of Blxteenth Stree - Opposite Harper's Theatre.
The choicest Wines, Liquors, Beer and Ciears always on Hand
free Lnnrh Bvery Day . Sandwiches Furnished on Sbo-tKotb
Qavenport Business College,
COMPLETE IN ALL DEPARTMEiTrS.
J. C. DUNCAN, Davenport, la.
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