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-THiE AEGIJS, 'WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1892.
During this week we will
place on sale every day be
tween the hours of 10 and n
a. m. one of the following well
known brands of Muslin at 5
cents a yard.
"Indian Heed" 4 4 unbleached, at 5c.
TeppereU" R 4 4 unbleached at 5c.
'Fruit of the Loom" 78 bleached at
"Lonsdale" 7-8 bleached at 5c.
Special Tricks, Special Bargains
Read every item.
100 slate pencils 5 in long for 15c.
21 papers of hair pins, good quality,
25 good white envelopes for 3 cents.
4 papers of Adamantine plas for 5c.
25 sheets of first-class commercial note
paper for 5 cents.
230 gross fancy dress buttens, well as
sorted, at 5c a dozen.
Tooth Brushes worth 25c. superior
qialiy. made in France, at J 3c.
12 mra good shoe laces, 1J yard long
for 3 cents.
8 inch long fancy black rubber dress
ing combs worth 15 j at 8 cents.
IT GLASS 3MCILLINERY AT XjOW PI
ANOTHER, GRAND DEMONSTRATION WILL BE
Mm if ttt
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
You throw away good mon
ey away if you trade outside
See what will open your
eyes in the items below from
You will miss bargains which
means missing dollars if you
No fancy prices. Ladies' Black
Sacques, 38 -inch long, seal ornaments,
quilted linine, in short a first-class gar
ment worth $17 25 at $12 50
Ladies' Black Beayer box coata
trimmed with full shawl fur collar, sizes
32 to 48, worth $8.75 at $8.95.
CHILDREN'S SHORT EIDERDOWN
Plain assorted colors trimmed with
Angora fur, worth $3 00 at $2 25
Our qualities are the best and our
prices show the biggest bargains.
A lot of 23-inch wide
PONGEE DRA.PE:T SILKS.
All shades, worth 63i at 45c.
22 inches wide worth f 1.25 at 92c.
BLACK SATIN DUCHE3SE.
22 inches wide, worth 150. at 1.29
All colors, fully worth $1 55, at $1 25.
Two great bargains.
Lot 1 worth $8 00 at 4 55.
Lot 2 worth $7.00 at $5 22.
Botn lots are well filled, covered with,
handsome fancy French satin and
stitched in artistic style.
We show the largest line excepting
no one and our prices are the lowest.
Gents' grey ribbed shirts and drawers,
extra heavy and worth 60c, at 393.
Ladies' natural grey vests and pants,
very good quality and worth 65c, at 45c
$i GLOVE FOR 75c.
Foster's Patent Kid Gloves.
Five hook length in black. Drown. tans,
modes, grey and blates, all sizes, and
worth ft at 75c.
Ladies' Knit Waists and Car
Hundreds of styles to select from
A lot of lailie' fancy striped knit
wnists worth f 1 t 893
A lot of lailv'.V pliin colored knit
waists worth $1 89 f fl 50
L-itlifs' circligm j iske-s. with steeves.
worth $1.25, at 95 j.
Ladies' cardigan j tokets- plain colors
with sleeves, worth $1.75 at ft 33
Our reputation in this department was
not obtained on wind but on facts.
Our dress goods department has been
known for many years as being the best
in tbe three cities and we shall
spare no efforts to retain it as such.
We undersell them all. Come and be
At 12 t. Changeable diagonals in
beautiful patterns and worth 20c, at
FANCY CREPE CLOTH
33-inch wide, solendid line of colors,
worth $100. at 73a.
At 25j. Boucle novelties, 36-inch
wide, good styles, worth 42c. at 25c.
SILK FINISHED HENRIETTA
in 32 different shades, sold every where at
85c. Oar price, 65 ;.
At 453. A lot of fancy mottled and
38-inch wide and worth 62c. Our price,
44 inch wi.le, worth 993, at 72c.
As a special drive for this week we
will eel! (to any lady buying a pattern of
at 23 a yard
No owner of a horse can afford nor be
guilty or allowing his horse to stand ex
posed to the cold without being covered
with a blanket, when tbey can be had at
such low prices at Steffen's
Note the prices
Horse blankets worth $1,25 at 95c.
One lot 74x76. 6lbj. worth $1.40. at
Fne lot 76x80. 51b j, worth $1 .75. a
One lot 76x80. 51b. worth S3, at $1.75
One lot 76x80. 5ib. worth $2 25, at
One lot 76x80. 5th . worth $2 60, at
A lot of eood heavy lap robes, worth
$2 at $1.58
75 verv eoo.l qu litv, well bound and
handsome p-itterns. worth $4 50. at $3 50
FLOOR OIL CLOTH.
A good quilty in latest d. 'Signs at
21 J 3 a tquareyard. Our best quality in
larrfe range of patterns, at 30c a equate
yard lidths 4-4 5 4, 6-4. 8 4.
Compare our prices with those of
AUG. STEFFEN, 226, 228, 230 West Second Street, Corner Harrison, Davenport, towa.
STATE OF ILLINOIS,
In the fircnit Conrt of the September Term,
A D. 1X94 In Chancery.
Albert M. Little, vs. lo-.ph E. Little, Andrew J.
Utile? Duncan D. Little. Sarah L oyd and
Nellie K Unnnel. Partition .
Notice is hereby piven that by virtue of a decree
of Paid coor, enter, d in the above entitled canee
on the fourth day ofOctotx-r. A. D. 18W. I shall,
nil Wednesday the Second day of November. A . I).
1812. a'the hour of two o'clock in the atternoon.at
the north door of the court hon in tne city of
Rock I.lan.1 in sui-l county, to snt.sfy said decr.-e,
Tell at puDlic auction to the b.irhest and best bid
der for cash in hand, those c. rta-n parcel of land
sitna?ed in the conn.v of Hock island and state of
illinois. krown hnd described as follows, o-wlt.
Tde son h half (H) of the southwest quarter (
of section twentv-even. (27;; also one (1) acre
ont of the w. t i.an of tbe s".i heart qnanci
of the northwest quarter () of sec t,, n
four K4) ; also H,e 1 orlhwe-a quarier of the
Tr ! t qnnrt. r V and tbe i,o, t beast quarter
(V) orthe imrtnwesi quarter ( of said ecl.o..
thirty four, (841, ail in townsuip sixteen. (18)
north 'r ratine fot.r, (4-, west of the Foiiria prin
cipal m.ridi.n ,,:, ,, f Octo-
Iaten at t.nrs jeih.iu. j..,
t KU u-n; r. i ci, .-la.. ... , -- : -
Jackson & Hpbst, Solicitors for t'omp'ainant.
Washe3 Everything from a 'fine
silk handkerchief to a" circus
tent; Lace curtains a (specialty.
No. 1724 third;ave.
A. M. & L. J. PARKER,
TleThoTi No. 1214
: Shirt Factory :
Oar Shirts .
Are onr specialty. We make them ourselves.
Patronize home industry.
Our Suits .
Are made to yonr order, and they are tailor-made
at prices ranging from f 16 up.
Our Pants .
Are down in prices nnd we invite competition.
Call and make yonr selection from over 200 differ
ent samples at prices from $8 and np.
Our Prices .
Cannot be duplicated, our workmanship cannot be
excelled, onr goods we warrant, and last, bnt not
least, yonr patronage is solicited.
Call and see ns at the
Tri-Oity Shirt Factory,
1809 Second avenue, oyer Loosley's crockery store.
R, a. PEARGE,
aoom S3 in Mitchell & Lynde's newjblock.
DR. J. E. HAWTHORNE,
Teeth extracted without pain by the new
No 17 16 Second avenue, over Krell d Math's.
ORS. BICXEL & SGHOEMAKER
Mitchell & Lynde's Bloct. Rooms 29-81
A. D. HUESIi'iG.
Represents, among other time-tried and wei
krown Fire Insurance Companies be following:
Royal Insurance Company, of SnfMand.
Wcschester Fire Ins. Company of N. Y.
Buffalo German Ins. Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Rochester German Ins. Co., Rochester. N. V .
Miens Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh. P.
tJuu Fire OfSce. London.
Union Ins. Co., of Calirnm-.a.
Secnritv Tns. Co.. New Hnven, Vnn.
Mliwansee Mechanics Ins. Oo., Milwaukee, Ws
Serman rirtlns. Co,of Peoria, 111,
Office Cor. 18tb St., and Second Ave.
ROCK TftT."WD. n,L.
W. B. GRIFFIN .
THIS PAPER 'tSJmS
rNT X"3 TO 6 DAYS.X
i ATOOUTTE OORC FO"V
WILL NOT CAUSE W
I JZ STRICTURE, ask fob! I
1 (? I BlO Q NO PAIN, NO STAJN.I I
5 1 FULl 1K8TRUCT10K8 WITH EACH I fH I
5 BOTTtX. AT ALL DRUGGISTS. I C I
( : Oeatntl Chemical Co
- ctucaco and Peoria. g C
ptrnMAR Rola Aeent.
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HAYES & CLEAVELAND
All 3 aJ Mtikv sm uwMiwa
Retresentiug over 40 Million Dollars
of Cash assets.
Fire, Life, Tornado.
B.mds of Suretyship.
OFFIi'E Kooin 21, vlitcne l A Lynde's block.
Hock Is'an.i, Ills.
fc6ecure uar rates; they will intcrea you.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Fire and Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rates as low as any reliable company ran afford.
Yonr Patronaee U solicited.
GRIFFIN & KEATING,
No. 1712 First Ave.,
Rook Island, III,
Practical : : :
Gas Fitting and General Jobbing,
THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND
NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
My doctor says it arts (rently on the stomach, liver
WITH 5U5SEVF2i i I to made from bertM, and la prepared for use as easily
S 2'' i i I as tea. It is called
iMPROVCO OcTEtECTRIC BtLT AMD SUSPEHSQO
or KalM TTa iilNr'T, M thi-npreitic runj
ire, 4'iiti.ftiinu Brmit ri Y.)vftricitT tr.lch all KK
i' ART;. ntt.irin 'hrtn to HK4I.1U rt V1MIB4H SSTitKNT;.
Ittrlrtr "i;rvil l-Vli Inlnniti. fiTleil . in enti.
likl.T ' t;.m-w I'likMrlrTf f . cad ap. Vrt Cn9 I'.
at SV, and tl.HU per packaRe.
Buy one to-day. Lnf i-amilv Medicine move
(he bowel each day
iu ortler to be livalcliy. thia
T wfll rnarantf
that the fe.uiple m at
iiient which iiKMloaiimn
of mo will ccriainlvcure
and ftillv dfveione an?
The recipe will he bent (waled )freetoanvoric who will
avoid qu'ks l(nc enoneh to plve It a trial. Altlresa,
with aUOJiis Wii. BL i LJii, Wx 247, Marsiuill. Mich.
It,. ttmpU art""l" T "8wmrs OialMasr wHtaot
S.at Sox. PhUsdelplila. Fa. Aak nmi 4wKlMa(.
jmmtHiout sue m.
Insane Partont Restored
Dr.KlAlB'S ORE AT
Bum A Nnvi Diss asks. ov
cmra fr A'nw si tfrrt . jrar. M-Slrm mrr
jl I Iw r allibl.b it taken u directed. A J- at mftt
I Fit piieut. they pytnc express charpasoa bos when
bjo Urufltt&. MM tVjiXM OF IMITATING
received. Send names. P.
afflicted to D KL1NE.qji Arch St.
and eipress address of
Dr. Renison's Reliable Remedy. Famous every
where among tbe ladies as safe, prompt ana
effectn" The original woman' f saltation. Price
Jl sen ct, sea sM ltifor-aatioo. free. Addresd
Oxtnn oston.oed; ..1C
Dr. GWs ljepcbY Wiis
ik aZt I D VI KM o POilTt ftaurir il
VITA LITV Inm. A Mar veil
Jotin Volk: & Co.,
Xanuf actu re rs of
Sash Doors Blinds, Biding, Flooring,
ami all kinds of wood work for benders -Eighteenth
BU. bet. Third and Foartk aves.
lr vnur Tlriiffrrist for I
imtllA nl The onlV
nnn tvti forifrt. t r m V for all 1
the unnatural discharges and
I priTate diseases c.I men tuu tns
debilitating weakness peculiar
to women. It cures in a lew
, davs without tr.e aid or
publicity of a doctor.
,xne ( mifrwi jimrrvan ' we.
Manufactur d by
.The Evans Che meal Go.1
mk in j re
m you takb
ttOO Reward tar mmj
mi low m.
31 Gideon Haskell to Gust Olsen.
part lot 1. block 12. Wait & Walker's
first arid, Reynolds, $150.
William Allen to Laura J Walker,
lot 25. block 8. Healej's sub-div, f 1.700.
Tilda Haire to Jacob 8tewart, vk lot
4. block 4. Ofiborn's first add, Moline,
W L Coyne to Grace Buford, part lot
3 and 4. block 5, Old Town of It ck Isl
and, f 100.
8 M Lntbrioger to W A Robb, w 35
feet lot 3, block 6, Bailej & Boyle'd add,
Rock Is-land, f 1,325-
Oct 31 Es'ate of Magdalen Krone.
Petition by Lizz e Lee for letters of ad
ministration filed. Bonds filed and ap
proved and letters issued to ber.
Nov 1 Insanity of John Fitzgibbon.
Jury impanelled and sworn. Hearing,
verdict insane and not a pauper, and or
dered committed to Central insane hos
Estate of 8 8 Forster. Proof of final
settlement filed and approved. Estate
closed and administratrix and sujities
Estate of Alexander Glockboff Proof
of death. Will . presented for probate.
Deposition of Carl Hellpenstell taken in
p-oof of execution of same.
Tbe "Burr Oaks" company came in
late yesterday afternoon, unheralded, and
played to a small house in Harper's
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Drew are to ap
pear at Harper's theatre tomorrow even
ing. This promises to be a particularly
fine attraction. In addressing an audi
ence in Washington, D. C after bis per
formance of the Henrietta, and knowing
that the Drews were to appear on tbe
following night, Mr. Robson came be
fore the curtain and made tbe following
"Ladies and gentlemen, you have been
so kind to me and my company this week
I feel encouraged to ask you to extend
be same cordial reception to Mr.and Mrs.
Sidney Drew, who will appear here Mon
day night. This talented young couple
will appear in "That Girl From Mexico."
I know it is a good play, for I wrote Dart
of it myself. Sidney Drew is a son or Mrs.
John Drew.one of tbe - most famous' and
worthy American artirts and a brother of
John Drew, for many years tbe leading
actor in Daly's famous stock company.
Sidney Drew made a great bit some
years ago in "The Magistrate" in a part
wnich gave full merit to bis eccentric
humor. Mrs Sidney Drew is a daugh
ter of McKr e Rankin of "The Danites"
fame, "In Honor Bound" the one act
curtain raiser, whicb will wrh "That
Girl From Mexico," make tbe double, is
a gem which Roina Vokes introduced to
theAmerican public some five years ago."
This endorsement coming as it does
from one of America's most prominent
actors speaks for itself.
Gilmore's famous band is to present at
tbe Burtis at Davenport two of its
matcble s musical entertainments tomor
row, afternoon and evening.
Eot Springs f kin 8alve.
This salve is a fatty preparation of
petrolatum combined with evaporated
salts from the Hot Springs, Arkansas, and
is recommended for any and all skin
troubles and eruptions. Hot Springs
Skin Salve is particularly recommended
for Pimolea, Eczema, Sore Nipples, Itch,
Itchine Piles, Tetter. Btrber's Itch, Scald
Head. Irritation and Itching of tbe Scalp
Will Curat am
If AIM nfmiftwl Iff At
as we aay. Seat postpaid
a raeaips o rise. -"
NORMAN '.IOHTY. PAMIkY OMBISawT.
Da Molnaa. Iowa.
For sale b all druggist Harts St Babnaen
One minute's time often makes a great
difference a one minute remedy for
Bronchitis, choking up of tbe throat,
1'jnss, etc., of course is a great blessing.
Cubeb Congh Cure ia such a remedy.
Cubeb Cough Cure One Minute.
A Bemarkabla Discovery.
A remarkable discovery is one of the
chronic proclamations of advertisers.
Cubed Cough Cure is not such, it is an
established remedy with known merit,
made on scientific principles by exper
ienced chemists. It affords instant re
lief, and is called tbe one minute remedy,
for it stops coughing at once, does not
cure but gives temporary rtlief to con
sumptives, and t-bsolutely cures all other
affections of tbe throat, lungs, etc. For
croup, whooping cough and colds of
children Cut-ed Cough Cure is valuable.
Krauae's Headache Capsules unlike
many remedies are perfectly harmless,
tbev contain no injurious substance, and
will sloo any kind of a headache, will,
prevent headaches caused by overindulg
ence in food or dries: late at night. Price
25c; for sale by druggists.
'When Baby was sick, we gave her Gastoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves
the bowels each day. Most people need
to use it.
Children Cry for
For beauty, for comfort, for improve
ment of the complexion, use only Poz
zoni's Powder: tnr m nothing equal to.
Children Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption..
Kemp's Balaam will stop the cough at