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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1892.
Has just received
Twenty-five cases of choice
nd is selling them at 15 cents per
dozen, all this week.
ARNOLD, The Grocer,
1620 Secorid Avenue.
Get a Pair
iqual to any SJ.00 shoe.
162 Second Ave., under Rock Island House
j Calf Skin Shoes
. for Boys and Girls.
im urea reeling
sto spend their
Nobody is particularly anxio
money; everybody has to
must be satisfied, and it takes money to do
it. A person is not apt to look cheerful
over the prospect of spending money; lots
of buying is done with a lon$ face; this is
all wrong, we offer achang for the better
and you will find our immense stock of
Holiday Novelties of Footwear will do it.
jo I, Oa W. Second St.) Davenport.
V;E ABE ALWA7S IN
THE FIW3ST Oil
Bread, Cakes, Buns
In the ciiy.
ueiiv-jry wagons always on th- roa4
"!g mem stop at their resiiences,
me at onr ptemiees.
HUNBOE, DeRTJE & JlNDERSON.
harties desirous oJ
11 pit-see notify tV
8 M E Sweeney to Levi Watermau,
part 8, block 15, old town of Moline,
JobnE. Walker to Ernest VV. Keller,
lots 5 and , block 4, Walker Place. Mo
line. and lot 1, block 1, Prospect Park.
S. A. and C. F. Lynda to Hiram
Darling, lot 5, block 5. and lot 20. block
8, C. Lynde'a add.. Rock Island, il.000.
Andrew Friberg to John E. Pool, lot
2, block 1, Andrew Friberg's add , Mo
Eva C. Toline to Jobn E Pool, lot 2.
block 1, Andrew Friberjr's add., Moline,
Dec. 5 Mary M. Grimes to John H.
Thornton, lot 7. block 2. Park Ridge,
add., Moline, f 300.
C. F. Biadel to Pete' Peterson, fj lot
8 block 59, Chicago or Li wer add,, Koch
Island, $672 60
linfus A. Smith to A. W. Hawkinson,
1 ts 8. 4, 5 and , block 10. Moline
Heights add., Moline, $1,250.
Marv Moore to Mary L. Dazon, lot 1,
swf i,. 26. 17. 3. $500.
7 Jane 8. Johnston to Janet Suther
land, lot 14 block 18, old town of Port
Lambert C. Newton to E. E Morgan,
lot 8, blork 13, Orlando Child's Second
aid., MoUce, $900.
Dec 6 Estate of George Weayer.
Supplemental inventory filed and ap
prover!. Cliiima allowed.
8 Estate of Anna M. Mueller. Re
port of distribution filed and apor:.ved
and estate cloved and administrator dis
Estate of Christian F. Hammcrich.
Executor's report filed and rpprovedj
Licensed to Wed.
Dec. 8 Jacob H. Rugh, Bertha G.
Downts Rock Island.
5. William Zang, Maud Davis. Rock
7 James M. Phelps, Rock Island
Mary Hamblin. Oitumwa. Ihwd; Henry
W . UaDsor, Hannah Peter on, Moline.
8. LewiT. McYlullen. Uedsr Ripids,
lows, tni cc uai.itc, uavenport, ;o ra.
The comedv production ' Zsb, the
Clodhopper" was presented to a fair
sized but well pleaded audience at Har
per's theatre last evening. The scenes
of the play are laid in Indiana and is an
hilarious story of rustic life. The scenery
is a feature being laken from the vicinity
The tragedian. Walker Whiteside con
eluded bis engagement at the Burtis at
Davea port last night with the preeenta
tion of "Richard the Third" to a large
and appreciative audience. It is to be
hoped the young actnr may visit Rock
Inland and Davenport agam toward the
close of the season -
The Sam T. Jack's "40 Thieves" com
pany comes to the Burtis at Davenport
next Sunday matinee and night. The
company is satd to be up to the superior
standard which Manager Sum T. Jack
has always preserved and to contain
some new and attractive faces. It has
always been a strong attraction and will
doubtless draw the spectators of bur
lesque ai.d spectacular with its ac
Good fir, ia what jou want, toge
Bill Nje and A. P
Burbank, , Friday,
PREPARE for COLD.
Ask your dealers for tho
brand of oysters.
Any kicri of a cfee ma le ;to order at
Km) & Math's.
If you want a good suit or overcoat go
to Dixon the tailor.
When buying fresh ojs'erp, buy the
Black Hawk brand.
Just received, a fine lire of overcoats
and suitings at Dixon.
If you want the bet buy the Blake
Hawk bran J oysters.
Try oar bo&rhound r andy tar colds
We make it extra suonx Krell &
Now is y ur time to make your selec
tion of a winter suit or oyercoat at
Wanted A competent girl for general
housework. Apply at 1132 Third
Dixon the tailor has a fine selection of
winter suitiegs Call and Ut.ve your
The tUird annual ball of the Rct
Island Turner society occurs on Satur
The Columbian dancisg club will give
its firht ncuunl bull at Roche's hall Dec.
10. Everybody invited.
The ladies of the Firs. M . E church
bavo decided to sivc a fui-er in tie
church put :ors Friday, Dec. 80.
The third annual ball of the Rock
Isinnd Turner society occurs at Turner
ball on Saurday bight. All members
The cold weathpr has no effect on the
ice cream business. Krell fc Math keep
it for ssle all winter. Parties and farus
It you vatt something exira fine for
cecoraiiDg your homer, pirlors or club
rooms on any occasion, rhuiesaOcr Krell
& Math h-.ve it.
Send your orders for game, fish lob-
Biers, emms, Biieu ana canned ov&te;s to
Harry Sinythe', 1818 Second avenue.
We have commenced making home
made candies If you want some good
lany. erm-.m canity ar caramir.a slop in to
Bvreti s Math s fresh eveTy day
The twin-City Dancing Academv
opens at Ruche's hail next Tuesday even-.
mg. t i.vate lessons from 7:80 until 9 o
a , rfci p.ion following until midnight.
rroi. jacoo vasen, teacher.
John H. CJeland hs.s been appoint
conservator of the estate of Mrs. Mar.
garet Barge she bicg now incapable of
managing her affairs. Instead of being
sent to a hoe pital she will be cared for
here by friends.
J. A. Meek has rented a commodious
three-story building on Second atreet in
Uavenport with a view to conducting
inere.n a maur8 ana turnilure factory
Rnu upnoisierm:' apartment. Mr
Meck's well known business energy and
ability is such hs to assure the success of
Advertised 1. 1st No. 49.
L' of letters anculled for at tbe poxtvfilcu at
Bock IxIhuU, 111. Dec. 9, 1KS:
Vase and Library Lamps,
CAKPETS Now is tho time to buy.
FURNITURE Every description.
PICTURES, Easel-, Albums and Silverware.
ROCKING CHAIRS, Easy Chainr.
No Extra charge.
OHAS. A. MEOK,
322 Brady Street, Davenport, Is.
Open till 8 o'clock, Saturday's till 10.
"A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BAR
GAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES
Alt' n U
Anribun G II W
Boiiurdns (,' II, Electric
Brnnliv B ophv
t h niunrt fcu ll Q
OunimiiiL' A Etucrcon
'jeriia Ells iss
lla.l .warv Mt
Irons Alice Mrs
Johnson Fainie Mrs
Lin itri)m t'haj 3
Mi.liT W A
Pf lr Thonias
r.iwe 1 LiwM.ia Mif
Kodyerst E laMiH?
."vane Martha Mis
S:ilv n Alo
.- artcrv F.dilie
Summer lm Mre
U' ail in Ni-ilic .Mica
W k CN
Vi iison A bort
Howard Wells. Fos'.muter.
The tinnual met'ting of the Deere &
Manbur Employes' Aid nsfociation vae
held in Moline Wednesday evenine. The
association was orgin aed 0;t. 1, 189',
and since that time has collected $1. -111
25. and pail t ) beneficiaries fS54 70.
wiihiu that tirap four death benefits have
been allowed Ttie old officers ,f the as
sociation were re-eleclcd as follows:
President U. M. Whiff-n.
Vice President Bm Svae.
Treasurer OiCar Lundabl.
Stcretr.ry Jobb Hummer.
The most aptjravavd casts of rbeuma
t':im have been speedily and permanently
cured by Saiya'ion Oil. E7ery one
should have it. 25 cents.
A Chill Enjoys
The pleasant flivor, ceu'le artion and
sooilnog tfifpet of tSvrupof F;es, whec
in ricel r v. N.xMiv, i.nd if '.he lather or
mother be cr.s ivf or bilir.u. the mosi
eratifyirc results fo'low ia ue. so that
it im tfe b-a! ftmily remedy knnwn. acd
every f.imiiy should hav' n bottie.
Wuntoii a I -' 1.1 .
Hottsckw-iifr-Xow jou oli ;ir out right
square otV. -r I'll tail tic hirt-ii man.
Trairp-mum, I utily w.uiled to
borry a Bibie, if you h;ivc 0a,. i0 spare
"llililes? I-ve o:. tbo:;l w,;-ty.""
'Well, !i.u;n, vill ye ;,;t..si: ',.,,. l tIie one
a lew miriuU'S. I wain to r. ad :,l..-,ut -el-Shajtsar'.s
(,;:.. r-U-uhy it. will f-ir.y ,e n;
petiu till 1 ii i i some u. xn v re fri!s
has fewer L: IjLs :m more pie--,." New Yi rk
y lis is
314 BRADY STREET,
Tie Pall t: Wtntt k
Id. fTurmhfT v. - jje
Goons atf ?ioc Tl AVPKPnUT
1- v. U c 1 itiret-t sun n. Pt VMri-rl
J-r'oKTf n etods in the three
ilies buits niacin r y v.r m-;-M?r In m $20 to $-0; Tron
s-r-s madt- tovi.ur mt-u-uif $-5 t. !y
All Kiru-V.. or Cv'.-rer.T.er Work Done.
-Gen ra! )obm!E dor.c on k-ort norirr and sanaiscTi'n L'oara::'e- d.
Oo and 721 Trr,3'th Strocr,
getting: proper nourishment.
When this glow of health is
absent assimilation is wron
and health is letting: down.
taken immediately arrests
waste, regardless of the
cause. Consumption must j
yield to treatment that stops
wdsae any Duiias nesn anew.
Almost as palatable as milk.
Prepared by Ecott A Bowne. H, y. AU dronriata.
r7.t ! rt
Tl inti. uprli :; tio of "Swatwv'x Oxrt)rr" vU,v,i,t
tnt int- r-.:e' w'ti''''. will emr in? rm rr TtiT f J
fci'i-n kto-w"rm.PllT.lch.rHr Hop!- W.rnii, c
r"mttcr h-'i oiw'-inttcor iocr-Miinc. Hold rimer fcUv
tr tnU fhr . ctt. S hnxm. I.Tk AH4im. vZ
e-avmJiSom. PbtladtliatvPa. an war dnacannlvr Jb
No. 23 Eighteenth ttr. e . Clothe not aalled
for inside of two nunth will b.-sold. '
Bhirts wi liont collar;
irta with collars
Bhirts, dre.- Uuieh or plcstcd '.
rvn . .........
t nffs pe' pair ' Tl
Kighi Shlrta, " S2
Dn' erahKta ' zl
Cp Co.lara " Si
Hilk HanakerchiefB ' ,
XS! 16c i
fr. --..... .OiK.
:?"Try our bran, of SMOKED MEATS
H. Treman 8c Soils,
All telephone ordcii. promptly fii'ed. Telephone Nr.. 1103. 17(R Third Ave.
ROCK ISLAND BUGGY CO.,
It will pay you
To get our
j no- a.'. Wm-:
0ima 93 leta.aaroat, bet. tat and 1 are
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