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THE AUGUS, SATURDAY, DECEMHEK 3, 1892.
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Toys, toys, toys at the Columbia.
W. U. Gibson arrived home this moras
Robert Lee, of Cable, was in tee citv
Eight-day clocks at $2 07 at the Co
lusnb.a. Ciesaann A 8alrmann for Christmas
Set rijfs. all sizes and prices, at Will
Call and sea a nice line of albums at
The flat line of spoons in the citj ai
If ill R Johnson's.
Silver plated knife, fork aad spoon 23c
at the Columbia.
Michael Lant. of Milan. a caller
at Thb Abuos 'o u
Furnished and i furnished romsfor
rent. 1717 SectH.il .venue -
The cheapest -.n ! bet wttches iu-tna
city at Will R Juuueuu'e.
Santa Ciaus is at Clemann & Sa'zoaanri
detliig on'. Caristmas presents.
Aa elegant line of tide boards just re
cetved at C:emann & Salzmann'a.
Wanted A good girl for general house
work. Apply 1132 Third avenue.
Gents you can get the Foster and 'h"
Ivnin kid tloveg at L'ojd & Stewai
Something nice in hairpins. Suitable
Christmas presents at Will R. John
ine Kock island bridge will pr iha:!;
be closed Tuesday or Wednesday for re
pairs. J. Ltrkin lost a Valuable horse thin
erjim;, onj tba. hai been a pet in the
The Columbia has miav ue'al articles
for (Jnriaitnas. Call and sec the j.rnd
P. J. Fut-ibbons. of 3t. Louis, is ia
13 :ity the guest of his cousin, Wil iaci
Comb cas-, r a acure sets, shaving
sets, toilet 8v.w, etc., going fast at tbe
Ladies vou sje those tmnkinp i ipk-t I
and d e-a'n2 e iwns. bath robes at Llova
K;p the special th e sale
the Famous next w.ek 10S
in mind at
?6 centtr tables go at 5, 7 ceu;er
tb.i- co at $6 until Crjnstmi at
Cemann & Salzmann's.
D n't fail to see ' D-id's Girls" at the
Tamer Grand 0,;era house Sunday, Dec.
I. Matinee ana rii'ut.
A bacdsomc booklet of the presi
iA Lis of the United States to every custo
mer at the Famous shore store, Daven
port. Br.dge travel yesterday amiunted to;
foot. nor'.h, Z3 - itn 515; toial.
Teams, norm, 53.i; aoutu, 524, luial,
Capt. W. A Marshall came uown from
Chicago last nitiht and afier inspecting
the work cn the Henn pin canal re
turned. G -nts look at oar line of underwecr
K-i're iuro' aoi'iK ilse l.tr, we have ii
at all prces and in all grade), Lloyd &
Wi iiam Sargeson and Sam Ransom
have leased the Gray box factory on
Third avenuj and will at occe open up
"The best they ever saw;" that'l what
they all say after seeing "Uad's Girls,'' at
the 1 urner Grand Opera houe tomorrow
Matinee and night.
J. E. Borrows, of Munn, Iowa, is in
thecuy, having been cal.ed here by tbe
luness oi nis daugnters.who are attending
scoooi in uock is:ana.
Now is your time to make your stlec
Hob for Christmas ires nts. If you want
aometning useful ana o namental as well,
go to Ciemann & Salzmann.
It is wonderful to see the grand dis
play of furniture that Ciemann & 8ilz
sua are showing this winter. Tbeir
stock ia the finest in tbe Tri-cities.
The Famous shoe store gives to each
customer a beautiful booklet represent
ing tbe presidents of tbe anion. Wynes
& Co., 103 Weal ihird e tree I. Daven
port A'tend the Famous special shoe sale
exi Thursday. Friday and Saturday, and
get the greatest bargains ever known in
the aboe trade 10 i West Third street,
. W, Cummings, of tbe Atlantic ho
tel Cbicago, is in the ei'v todty dis
tributing some attractive literature ad
vertising h s boatelry, and also the
World's Fair city.
A useful Christmas present, a parlor
suit, a bedrjom suit, an easy chair, a
center or dining table. G ) at once to
Cteaann & Saizaann and make your
selection before the rush.
$3 300 worth ol flue shoes at 50 ctnts
a a dollar purchased by tbe Famous, 108
West Third street, Davenport, to be sold
at rpecial sale at slaughtering prices, De
en.b r 8, 0 and 10 G. L Wynes &
Tomorrow occurs tbe dedication of the
ew Aiken street chapel in South Rock
Island. Rev. W. S. Marquis will preach
the dedicatory sermon in the afternoon,
and in the evening R?v. J. H. Kerr will
"True Blue" was presented at Harper's
lkchtre again last night to a well pleased
audience. Although tbe cast had been
tkanged some what it was stronger thnn
efore and the entertainment netted a
Peter Kick, tbe young man who was
art by a street car on Thursday evening, j
The only Pare Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No
,Used Millions d.c Homes : sars t.
is getting aiong pretty well. He was
q iite delirious last night and hiscoidi
tion became alarming, but he li reputed
as Retting aloug nicely today.
Tte 11 t annual ball o? tte Sdr.eP. So
cial an i Literary club, held at Armory
ball last nigbt, was attended by at out, 75
couple from the tri-cities. Bleui!r's or
chestra furnished tbe music and a delight
ful time was bad by everyone.
At the Y. M. C. A at 8 80 p. m. to
morrow, Evangelist U W. Stewart will
speak upon the topic, "Obs tides to
vari8iian iitting." Tbe ass ctlin
quartet will su)g, and an orch"ra will
a 'company toe seryice. A cordi-.l invi
tation is extended to all young men.
THE COUNTY OFFICERS.
Those Kleetd In November to Begin Their
Tern on Monday.
The newly eVcu-d county officers
Chosen at tbe Wt rUc'ion begin tbeir
tarm of iffl-e on M;nday. The only
new officer wiil be C. J Searle, who as
sumes the duties of state's attorney in
place of M. M Sturgeon. The latter
will hereafter devote himself to regular
practice, having already an office in the
Mitchell & Lji.dj buildicg. Tha corr-
raissions of tbe new officers have been
t -ived fMui the secreiarv of state, to
w.iom the bonds of the different officers
were forward d for approval.
The Sort's and sureties are a' fol
Georpc W. Gamble, circuit clerl.-, bond
in the sum of ?10 000, John S. Gilmore,
t; F HerJicriWHy, S II- Wile and H A.
AiuDVt urib, sureties. B mil, as recorder,
ia sum of $5 000. same sureties.
C J. Searle. states's altornpv, bond in
ih sum of I5 0-.H). H D Foso n. Pod
Mitcbell, George Schneider and E J
Searle, sureties. x
D-tvtd Tlawes. coroner, bond in sum of
$5.(HH), P. L. Mitchell and T. J. Robin
'The Charily U-i
with a strong
company from the New York Lyceum
tr-.pstre nl urdir the mnHsem;nt of
Diiitl FiuUau, w..l be : 13jrti.- opera
h u?e this evening, which will be its
first prcsen'ntiDn in Davenport. This
may be the time for soiae scatons at
least, that "The Charity Ball" v. ill be
seen, since Mr. Fr Oman's new plays are
crowding his resources so rapidly esch
year that some of the old ones mut t, pir
force. be shelved. New and handsome
scenery his been prepared and is carried
b tbe company, and this, together with
rich crstumes, will add to the effective
ness of the production.
Oa Morday evening Frank Mayj wi:i
ap.Mjar at Harper's theatra as 'Davy
Crockett." Of Mr. Mayo's "Davy Crock
ett' but little ned be said. It is a char
acter peculiarly his own, and itf sub
dued quality, its numberless fine shades
of feeling, its wholly new avoidance of
the mere masculinity of heroism an J yet
its admirable and constant suggestions of
physical prDwes, its nice presentation
of the traits of tbe backwoo.istnaa, his
dialet, his manners and his mental sim
plicity all strike one as evidence of un
usual talent and fine artistic method.
An unexpectedly clever entertaiament
is that announced at the Burtia opera
house, on Sunday, matinee and even
iag, Dec 4 also Mindav, Dec. 5, when
James T. Powers aad campany will pre
sent the most sensationally successful
o: all this season s farcecomedies, viz ,
McNilly and Mitchell's roaring, liugh
able success, "A Mad Bargain." The
comedy is in three acts and ia nothing
but a series of laughs from start to finish.
Tbe scenic effects are ingenious, nniqne
and elaborate. The music is particularly
good, while the specialties introduced
are of the highest order. Mr. Powers
docs a most amusing burlesque on
the tamus "serpentine" dance, whili; Mr.
Peter F. Daly will be heard in the pop
ular parodies of the d-ty.
Rock Island Lodae 653, A.F.& A.M.,
elected officers last evening for the ens',
ing jetr, as follows:
W.M. Emil Beck.
8 W. Gaorge McKisaick.
J.W George Richmond.
a Fred W.i.tnann.
T. Willard Baker.
A. J T.Dixon.
ilBof C TJ.M Whiffin.
Attest ion, Buford Post.
members of Buford DOt are re
quested to be present at tbe regular tieet-
ing on Mondav evening, Dec. 5;h.
Business of importance to be trans
acted. B order of
W' J. Habsow, Commandtr.
Wm A. Norbis. Adjutant.
Judge Henry H. Gotf.sboronffh. Falti.
Md says: "It gives me plessuru in
recommend fralva-ion Oil. to anv nnp
sufferinR from rheumatic or other Dales "
Lost or stolen A Toanir Newfo inrf
lard dog, four months old Information
Kaiingto bis recovery will besuitahlw
rewarded. J W. Rociti
rHK DAILY ARGUS DELIVERED AT YOTJS
door every eveui ng tot 14c per week.
FOR 8AT.E A SQUARE PIANO AS GOOD AS
new. by Mr. Kll-, 825 Twelfih etrret.
J" OR RENT Famished rooms
at 1403 Second
WANTED OUR GKNTLKM.1N 40ARDKR
in private family. No. 80S Ninetenotn St.
AGENTS making $5 to J10 per day sellim? the
hleetricai A'ontler honaebol 1 want, 509 Brad?
ctreet, Davenport, Iowa, vecond floor, room 9, 8 to
9 p. m. General agent wanted.
WANTBD SIX LADIBSAKD GENTLEwRN
who would like steady tm'.lojmeni. lirht
work, (20.00 tier month easilv made. Call or ad
dress, Thos. F. Adkin. 1204 Third avenue
4.1 .'i5 ,PER,DAT AT HoMB SELLING
QO Lightning Plater and rlatine Jewelry,
watches, tableware. c Platesih tlnu nK..'
. ev good a re. an . kmo or ciaial, wi'h eo'd
sil.t- or niche:. .No ciwriar.ce No r.mini'
. X. nm NO
AiiENTS BIG MON1Y. iN EX
1 elusive territory.
nr tares nell tr mtoh tn
city or country. Agent- 8nt in fli-lil actus lv ret-
na rrn linn ..... h n . J . .
So can yon. Catalopnp free, rtddn-s.-. Alpinx
Sara Co., No. 860 871 dark meet, Cincinniti, O
SUNDAY MATINEE and EVENING
MONDAY EVE. DEC.
Engagement extraordinary. Taat bril
liant voung commerMsn,
JAMtS T- POWtRS,
Snj,r!rted t.y the best farcical comedy comranT
in America, in McNaliy and M.tcheli
ruannK larce success
A MAD BARGAIN,
Together wirii the most urilliai:: dancer
on tte American suge.
In a co.-t
uaimii, oriijiti anu UOloue
conception. Special scenery and com
plete tfft cts.
P.ices fl .00. 75. 50 r.r.l 25. Ladies'
matiaee, ;rict 50c, best seats.
ca'.o at Fluke's.
Burt s Opera House
ONE SIGHT OXLT,
Saturday Evening, Dec. 3.
Daaiel Frohmm's Company. F.rst time here
of the great fonr-aet pHy wliich ran over
two hnndr;d nieht at the
The Charity Ball
By Pe Mille & Belawo, authors of '-The Wife,"'
"Lord Ca umlej, ".Men anfi Women," tc. I
rrodnction reatly co-tamed aid ta(rd, with!
pptc ai scenery.
Price?, $1, 75c. 50c and 2.'.
Scat Thnrsd v. Dec. l?t. at Fltikc and
Thomae' drup f tore. Rock IrlanJ, Train will be
Del : after fKrforaiar.ee.
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
MONDAY, DEC 5th.
Fpceial encasement of America's representative
mraanUc a ;tor,
In his orlgieal mat ion end ma?t-pie ee
Tne Woodland Romance,
Wbieh ha bean called the critfee An Idyl ef
tbe Backwoods," "A 9vmihooY la fave
nd Mosses." New iUrth to Onr
New Sonl." i he Fir- Amer
ica," "An Amjric in Poem,"
Stronper and better iban ever! A poerf
company 1 special scenery and effects I A
ished rep'esentaiioa ! A perfect p!ay, pefee
preaented by a perfect Cast.
Pric s. 5c,S0c, 25c
Which we have heretofore sold from $16.50 to $19.50 we shall place on
uesewr ofcilSn" ""I the skeS bei"? 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
pick atS12 wafeK,en 3tf lHl an.i? Su0me ?f m re Sod. value WS0-1" your
on miss it ' ' 6 Ved- They 11 be a pleasing surP"se; 't's a splendid opportunity;
Best Equipped Clothing and Shoe House in Rock
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
will keep tire all r g'll wi h Soft coal;
will not gne or smke; heavy steel body;
large Hfh tan Call and examine this
wordeiful v.- y
New styles of
1 1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor,
lwayg on hand the finest brands of domestic
ana imported clears. All brands tobacco.
Tbe score of all ihe ball games wi' e received
L. GLOCKHOFP, Prop.,
1S08 Second Avenne,
A word about our Plush
Weaieeole agents for Plush
Cloakb, made from the
wonderful Sealktte plneh.
ialkttb has an especially fine
substantial pile, more
nearly resembling seal skin
than arjy other material
ver ofl'tred. In beauty
and strength of texture
Sealette has no superior, if
an equal. With every
Sealette garment sold we
give a written guarantee
thit it will wear well.
2TTry our brand of SMOKED MEATS.
H. Treman & Sons,
All telephone orders promptly filled. Telephone Na. 1103. 1700 Third Ave.
WE ARE ALWAYS IN" IT WITH
THE FINEST OF
Bread, Cakes, Buns and Pies
In the city.
Delivery wagnns always on th- road. Partis .Vsirous o'
having them stop at their residences, will please notify ft
same at our premises.
MUNBOE, DeRUE & ANDERSON.
First-class Hotel and Restaurant, Market Square,
back of Thomas' drugstore.
LUNCH COUNTER IN CONNECTION.
I3""Good Room 8 by day or night.
UNDERHILL & GLASS, Proprietors.
J. T. DIXON.
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
n m un
Island County, 1729 2d ave., 1 16 to 122 19th st.
Read the Guarantee:
"This is to certify that Mn t
has this day purchase from ,..
ette plush garment, Tbe succes, .
uealette has achieved during tbe r,7.
yeaisiprompu the manufacturers L?
hereby authorise the issue of ihi',! '
tifiicate to obligate themselves i 2'
burse any purchaser of seaktte 1
a rei sod able
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f - .
i j li w.ir. i. nnn . n l. . i
Monday, Nov. 28,
and Monday only, we offer a
belated con sign n t of 'cloaks
at very low prices-all il0t
sold go ba:k Monday uit
sale this morning at