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THE AI1GUS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1892.
"Rooms for real 1717 Second avenue.
Mrs. C. W. Negus is visiting in Chi
cago. Any kind of a cake made to, order at
Kiell & Math's.
Wbcn buying fresh ojstera, "boy the
Black Hawk brand.
Ilenry Carse returned last night from
his trip to Pitt9burg.
Special sole of pocketbooks and eard
'Cases at Gait's Saturday.
Morris ItoamSeld left last night for
Council Bluffs on business.
Wan'ed Immediately at Mrs. Morris
Hosenfield' . a good cook.
Three A No 1 pantaloon makers
wanted at F. C. Uppt's at once.
Special at'f ntiD K eftlk'd . to Loosley'e
half-pnge udvenisi mi-nt on sis'h page
The "Stfe Tracked" company left this
morning for Muscatine over the C. K.
II. 4 P.
Attend the poceibook and card ese
sale taturdai, at Otii's, 1315 8tcond
.Ten pi-r rent, rlismunt on pocket
books ftfd cird ces at M. Lee Gait's
Try the nrw s?rr. it mar surprise you
with sty! s and prices, Davenport. J. J.
Get a flnp muff free at J. J. Dunham's
Thursday. FrMay nod Saturday, Daven
Matttcw Kawlry, bowas so terribly
turned on Motiriwy, is n-ported us bome
whit b tttr today.
D you mcd a pocketbook T Attend
'the Swuiil sIe at G.Ut' Saturday,
1S15 Second avenue.
$S 0) clonk sale still continues at J. ,T
Duoham'n until rll are sold, 209 Brady
street, Dckven port. Iowa.
Messrs. T. R. Uarpcr or this citv and
John Van Patten, of Davenport, leave to
night for Arkansas on a hunting trip.
Mai . A. A. E Iwcrds, of Fargo, Da
kota. af'er a visity to Morris Rostnfieli
in t'ais city returned home last evening.
Stewsrd W.ll F.Dow of the poor farm
was in ihe city today. Hertpirts a big
family of county charges for ihe winter.
Abant 2 cloaks left at $5.00. marked
down from 7. 8.1. 3 50, 59 00, S1U00,
at J. J Danhara's, Brady f-treet, Divtn
port, I a.
Mtb. M. C. H.Hman has rented ht-r
home on SecoDd avenue to George F.
Iloth for the winttr and will spend the
winter in the east.
You can find somnthing suitable for
Chn.struas a. Bi-nuirt's men as a p .ir cf
gloves, a sii of fur, sealskin caps or a
pair of fur glovcc
Muff given fr. c to match etch fur
trimmed jacket, fold Thursiav, Friday
and SattriLty at . J. Durham's, Brady
street. D.tvecp rt, I wa.
Lost or stolen i. yrung New Found
lard dig four months old. Information
leading to his recovery will be suitably
rewarded. J. V. Hrxbe.
We Lave Ci'mmtnccd making home
made candits. If you want some good
t&fl'y. cream candy ar caramels stop in to
Krcll & Math's frssh every day.
Cloaks sol J as cheap as they are any
where in the world aDd a Christmas pres
ent of a fine null freo Thursday, Friday
Sa'urd iy at J. J. Dunham's, Davenport,
The Rick Island bri"gs ar likely to
be closed any day now for r. pairs pro
vided for in the contract to the Key
stone Bridge company, otherwise tue
Carntciu Iron company.
Look around, it will d j no hurt any
way. Drop in at 209 Brady street before
you buy your cLmks and hats for winter,
special attractions last of the week. J.
J. Dunham, Davenport.
Tiis two little sons of County Superin
tendent Marshall aud wife, aged respect
ively, 10 and 4 years, were taken sick
with scarlet ftver at Cordova while there 5
spending Thanksgiving. They arj said
to be somewhat improved today.
Please remember the supper given by
the ladies of the Broadway Pesbyteriun
church on Thursday evening of this
week. Supper served from 6 to 9 o'clock.
Fancy articli s have been prepared f .,r
sale and will be found in the Sunday
school room on second floor.
C. Vv. Schlegel has resigned his posi
tion as business manager of the Daven
port Leader to engage in other pursuits.
Chris is a hustler and will make a suc
cess of anything to which be turns his
hand. The Lender has improved won
derfully undar bis management.
Tbe Christian church contained another
lug audience last sight to hear the chart
sfrmon on "The Great Commission "
Following tbe sermon the confession of
one who wished to become a christian,
was taken, "The Conversion of Saul of
Tarsus" is the sur j ;ct for this evening.
Tbe distressing news comes from Min
neapolis of the death there Sunday morn
.ing of tbe 5 mon'hs old daughter of
Mrs. George W. Lewis, daaghter of Mr.
-ni Mrs. Mylo Lee, of this city, tbe
cli'd having died from suffocation. Mrs.
Mylo See and Mr. and Mrs. F 'C Denk
mann have gone to Minneapclis to attend
A committee of the board of supervis
ors composed of Conrad Schneider of
thit city, H. C. Case of South Rock
Itiandand J. G. Britton of Andalusia,
was engaged yesterday in hearing I road
wav dispute M the residence of Mr.
Schuett in Bi ft .Jo Fravrie. Tbe com
plaint was made by Charles Carr and
Simon Roberts, who appealed from the
decision of the road commissioners. C
L. Walker and II. A. Weld represented
The only Pure Cream of Tartar
Mh- c mr''ainat.ts. and aftT t ear ng both
tLr c 'mrniltee snstaired the action
of she i o umissioners.
I r p fiorresponr'eut Campbell's report
'o tho department of agriculture for the
month of Nov. ruber tho the corn
product compared win Is ye r t
have been 50 per cent; the average price
per bushel 35 cents; the rye product 5 I)
per cent; and average price per bushel
45 cents; the oats product 40 per cent and
the price 30 cents. Tbe poutoe product
is 25 per cent as compared with last year;
the average price 75 cents per bushel.
The hay product is 8 per cent and the
average price $8. Winter ry-i shows an
area of .r0 per cent compare! with the
fall of 1891. with an tiverate condition
Dec. 1 of 25 per cent.
We will te'.l at our stables on Saturday.
Dec. S, at 1 o'clock sharp 50 head of the
best western horses that we ever sold.
They are all youne and in good ordir,
weighing from 800 to 1100 pounds. some
of th"m are broken to saddle and brne'6
ulJ seme of the Li are u', broken.
LORTON & P.RO.
SiOO Btward $ 10C-
Tbe r.'fdors of this p&Di r will b
u!ei.s1 to learn that there is at least one
iiree.Ut.-d uiseas-e that science has been
able to curs ta all its stages, .rd that is
catarrh. Hall's Catarru Cur is the only
positive cure known to the medical fra-
ternitv. Catarrh being a constitutional
disease, r quire a constitut onal treat
ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in'
ternally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces cf the syt-tem
thereby destroying the foundation of tbe
disease, and giving the pane at strength
by building up tbe constttuti tn and as
sisting nature in doing its work. The
proprietors have so much fai h in its cur
ative powers, that they effer O ie Hun-
dred Dollars for any case that it. fans to
euro. Send for list of teetimcr'als.
Address F.J. Cheney &Co., Toledo,
Sold by drup gists, 75c,
raved with Australian "Wood.
The phrase, the antipodes, is familiar
enough, but is it Renerally known, we
wonder, that in many of the London
streets the Englishman literally has Aus
tralian soil or rather wood oeneath his
feet? Such, however, is this fact. Sir
William Robinson, who lias just resumed
tbe governorship of western Australia
after a six mont hs' stay in London, told an
interviewer that he was much gratified to
notice the use of the west Australian jar
rah wood for the pavins of the London
streets: ,-I believe it," he ad led, "to.be
the finest wood for the purpose that exists.
I look forward to very larjre si ipments of
jarrah be-incr sent to England in the fu
ture." Pall Mall Gazette.
Where the Tair Wer.t.
"I heard a queer story about that moun
tain over yonder from our coj.chman to
day." -What was that?"
"A young lady and Rentlemaa went out
for a walk on that hill; they went up
higher and higher and never came back
"Dear mel what became of tl e unhappy
"They went down on the otl er side."
A Custom Hundreds of Years Old.
Mr. T. Sniithson, J. P., of R pon, is the
only mayor in England before -vhose door
a horn is blown every niyht. This takes
place in accordance with a curious cus
tom sa;il to be hundreds of yi-ars old.
The ho-.ect public, sentiment of the
ppoplc of the Uatted State is unani
mously in favor of Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup. The dealers pronounce it to be
the only standard c.uth remedy.
The Children 01 the Slums.
Central Presbyterian Church
1Lurfd7 and Friday, Dec. 1 and 2
at 8 p. m.
Tickctf SSand 35 ccnta may he nbtjlncd at the
Harper llouae i'harniacy.
A Band cf Boy Pipers
In ful: highland costnmc. The orphan handbell-
Tinncro with their mapnincnt peal of 90
Selections on bngle.
dulcimer, xylopciaas , mm
James B. Wookey,
Deputation secretary of Barnardo'a I lorn eg, will
tell thu ptanHn? and thrilling etnry of work for
God amone the children of the crim'ml vtcions
and ou'.caet poor.
A collect'on will be taken in aid of Dr. Barnardo't
Homes, now maintaining over 4,5r 0 des
titute orphan or crippled chiHren
TfiB daily a kg us delivered attoub
door every event ok for Httc per eek.
FOR 8ALK A8UUARB PIANO AS GOOD AS
new. by M. EaU?. 826 Twelfth st-eet.
70S RENT Furnished rooms at UTS
WANTED FOUR GENTLEMEN BOARD tR
in private family. No. 80S Nineteenth Bt.
POE RENT SIX-ROOM HOTJBE. CELLAR
r cistern ann well, between Twenty-elphth and
Twenty-ainth streets, Kit,hth avenne.
AGENTS maklnc $5 to JlO per day relline the
Electrical Wonder household want 508 Brady
street, Davenport, Iowa, second floor, mod 9, 2 to
9 p. m. General agent wanted.
TCT ANTED SIX LADIES AND GETLEIEN
VV who would like steady employn ent, light
work, f ai.uu per mnmu cbkuv maae. eauoraa
dreBB, Ihos. F. Adkin, 1204 Third aven ie
Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
urtis Opera House, l
WEDNESDAY, Nov. 30th
Rnya'. return of the Colossal Coxcdy
IUnstratel by Gas Keee-, Pastrnaoter of dia
lect CinieiJy, and Litt Davis' unprrb
company, including tiie Far-Famed
Lumberman's Qnarte to.
A Car Load of Special Pcet.ery !
CThe Breakli g of the Lr g Jam !
The l.nmbcr'ainD in mut!
The Railway SUtion :
Pricen $1.00. 75. 50. and 25 ccn:s: erst nal
Tuesday. Nov. 28, at Thoma' drugstore and al
r iuke s, 1 ulepnnie jno. nu.
iirfio flnora Hnnco
UI13J UpblU IIUUUU
JUST ONE KIGIIT.
THURSDAY, DEC 1st.
Mr, and Mrs.
"The Grca'cs Comedy Stars in America,"
supported by an excellent company,
"In Honor Bound,"
"A Scrap of Paper."
Prices $1.00, 75, 50 and 25 centa; scats on sale
at nuke s nooti-tore Tuesday morning, ov. 29,
ana l nomas' iirugsiore.
B urtis Opera House,
SUM DAY MATINEE and EVEN IN
MONDAY EVE. DEC.
Ensagimi.-nt ex'raordinary. Tat bri'.
liant youn commtdian,
LS T. POWERS,
Purported t.y the host farrjeal comedy company
luuitiitn, in iiiiajijf ami Ji.itucit !
ronnc f)ircc euccts
A MAU BARGAIN,
ToReiher with the most briKtnt dancer
on tie American M-iga,
In a nost darinc oricinal and unique
conception. Special scenery and com
P.-iceP, fl.OO. 75, 50 and 25. Ladies'
inalioi-e, price 5t)c, best eeata.
c'e at F. tike's.
Rurlis Opera House
ONE MGIIT CKt-T.
Saturday Evening, Dec. 3.
Daniel Frohmau'a Company. Firat time here
of the great fonr-act play which ran over
two hundred ciphts at the
The Charity Ball
By T)e Mille t Belaroo, anthfrsof "The Wife,-'
'Lord Chumley," "Men and Women," itc.
Trodnction reatly coitumcd atd etagrd. with
Prices, $1, T5c, 50c and arc,
Peat sala Thnrsdav, Dec. 1st. at Flukes and
Thomas1 drag Ptorc. "Hock Island, Train will be
helu after performance.
Which we have heretofore sold from $1650
This lot, although small quantities, and the sizes being somewhat broken, is positively the best val
ues ever offeree! this season nothing to compare with them anywherenot a coat in the outfit but
what is worth ana has been selling at$16.U ana
pick at $12.90; First come, first served. They'll
don't miss it.
Best Equipped Clothing and Shoe House in Rock Island County, 1729 2d
THE SIV?oIDS OAK
will keep fire all 1 gnt. with soft coal;
will not tria or tr.i heavv g'nel bodv;
large ash t an nud examine this
wondelful ftovc tOiil t"'V
New styles ol
D. ROY BOOTS.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Eall Headquarters. -
111.. is- 'i''xt i ' :: tl.iV , I,' l
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brands of domestic
and imported clears. All brands of tobscco.
Tbe score of all '.he ball games will be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1S08 Second Avenne.
. a, m-
A word about our Plush
We axe sole agents for Plush
Cloaks, made from the
wonderful Sealettx plu6li.
Sealkttb has an especially fine
substantial pile, more
nearly resemblicg seal skin
than ary other material
vtr offered. In beauty
and strength of texture
St-alette has to superior, if
an equal. With every
Sealette garment sold we
give a written guarantee
thit it will wear wel'.
-Try our brand of SMOKED MEATS.
H. Treinan & Sons,
All telephone orders promptly filled. Telephone Nj. 1103. 17(K) Tt:ri Ar
WE ARE ALWAYS IN" IT WITH
THE FINEST OF
Bread, Cakes, Buns and Pies
' In the ciiy.
Delivery wagons alwavs
having them stop at their
same at onr tiemies.
First-class Hotel and Restaurant, Market Square,
back of Thomas' drugstore.
LUNCH COUNTER IN CONNECTION.
3TGood Rooms by day or nighi.
UNDERHILL & GLASS, Proprietors.
J. T. DIXON.
And Dealer in Men's
to $19.50 we shall place on
some ot them are good value at $1950, take your
be a pleasing surprise; it's a splendid opportunity;
Read the Guarantee:
"This is to certify that Mr,
uas mia uay purctiasc d frrrn r
ette plush garment, Tbe eucc'f'
sealette bas achieved durine th L'
veara rromntj ih m..
fcereby authorize th s
tiflicate to oblieate thomi-. ' l!
burpe any purchsser cf
ments, 11 eata garment does Bot ?
Signed KcLmiree,, ,
.. v uu 4 rverjiifuly
written tuaranlet a. We dc :
Monday, Nov. 28,
ard Monday only, We offfJi
belated coivsigmui- ttt'fcloai;
at very low pri.-vs & I;
sold go back Mori'l iy
on th- rnnrl. Partion aiTnTtarA
residences, will please notify & I
DeRUE & ANDERSON.
1706 Second Avenue.
sale this morning at
ave., 116 to 122 19th st.
a f "IT .