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THE AKGUS, FBI PAY, DECEMBER 9. 1892.
Iron moldrrV T-M on'ebt.
Muff 4, muff.j. mn (Is, at Bennett's.
Roue bow! 6Sc. at the C 'lutnbin.
yTheatsli v : v. -. . morrow at Weckel's
?,;.! s Is to Hlict from at Bennett's.
Oenune HolWnd b-rrtn?s at Sommer'a.
t.'i-.k-f,r are's works 72c at the Colum-
9fritvru ud celery at George Browner
A. nice lot of fruit at George Browner
Mu3 tale at Bennett's tomorrow and
Fine btnanaa, grapes and oranges at
Vice turkeys aud chickens at George
'Brownir & Co's.
Ordrt your ma. at Georgn Browoer's
A fi'ie lire "t rnrtie a' Krell & Math's
3r the holiday trade.
Chrls'mif tnw mid tree ornamenis. all
sea, at Krell A Math's.
Men's embfii ;trei Supers 43c slip
per sale at the M. & K.
Don'-f . "e the three-headed lady
at the Lon tor. 7:80 r m.
Cull n l gi-t. a dish of wheatall a:
Wecfeel's t' morrow. Free to t-U.
4!c i 'he price V.& K. are selling.giu.
tlemco's orn'ooidercd slippers at.
Spinach, let lie;, oyster plants, parol-v
and Iloiit. d cabbaire at Arnold's.
Catawba crapes, faalaii oranges, an:.'
a 3ne variety of aiipli-g at Arnol..'.
Reidy Br..s are distributing rom run
yenieui calendars for ttio jeur 1893.
Fine c-.lulnid ooxp he!l box- i.iin
satin lined hnsk.. te K tllife Matii'a.
C. G H idilack, of Milwiukee, ix vinil
ng friends in the city for a f-w dav.
At'ep ! 'he Famous s. eci-il shoe gnu
tonouw. In3 V'est Third street, Davi-ii..
Dr. George E Merrcman came in from !
iuen : ibe t reat special hoe ? a;
t Famous tomorrow, 108 Wi st Third
'?ct, D:kve; port.
ievolvers. oil "hies. h;s and dof
fii e-r's of Kws fili-d with cand'e
at Krell A Ws'li'8.
Th largest book ev.-r offered for 'h'
UJD-y,56 pai'es of p c'.urt lessons. H'
at the Co''!ni,:a.
' Wty S : . '-iTTis of c-.nv..
. And p-'.y $7 .vnen you ran buy tne saru
ti t!e P'.tnrr.ti;.. m 4 gs
a i ; .u p p.iyaK ian
oc!i:liri i 1: ' new year by taking
him;eir a fu'r par'n' i tor life.
The fin-o' dinpUy of slipjierj tt tb'
J'amotiri. J S i r Mir,l s.rt, Dvtn
prt, au'l . M jj .i vry 1'. prices.
The a c !.nts of Auustana collec'e
havr; i'S'ie ! ;i.v'tat.;iin- for a rect'p ion kI
the Co:!e.r chapel on. Thtirsi iy evenin",
Tku wiT! m ss it if you do not tiiteu i
he great specie! Im- nil" nt beFimJU9,
103 vVest T iird s-reel, DiVeupjrt, ;o
At a meeting of the directors of '' e R.
I.itP ytater lay ihe r:;ul-ir xeuii-nunu .',
dividend o.r 21.ne. ieut, payable Jn. I,
Are yi,u gding to inveg' in otie of iho.-a
$18 .90 overcoats M & K. have piaccd
on eale? You cannot match them witbia
f 5 eljwhere.
Mile. D- Pont, the three.healed lidJt
will app: ar to t'ie public this evening iu
ahow jr-udo at the Lrindon it 7:30 p.
Ask some of your neighbors who nave
been fortunate in securing one of those
$12 9 ) overdo .ts. You will soon be con
vinced that the M. A K. the place to
PrePton o! Tiik A Rons com
isicg roorr who has been at Mercy
(iui iL Davenport undergoiug ttreat
fot fc a paraletic stroke has so far re
ivered as to be able to wall about.
.Better look them over it's to yout
welfare that you should nowhere and
never have you eyer hxd an opportunity
to bu7 overcoats a'. $12 90 that will be
pin to compare with those the M. A K
have pluce i on sale.
HiViug talked to the man of the bnu-e
for nearly a we k, Looley's crockery
?tre, six'h pnge, makes an effort to cuicu
the atttn'i'in of everybody- Tnere's
jfood de tl on the half page that is wor'.h
spending a few minutes over.
H. N. S'nne tlic (jire;;tory publisher,
was iu Tuf. Ant; oh ofticc tod iy v. hen
a prouiii.ent business man tn'eiuJ ,.d 1
3xpre!taitg his sati.sfi.ction of the last edi
tion publiahed by Mr 8tr.De, told him t
;;u h -i -1. i-vr- 'or two bunks this year.
EUvu.g bmiijbt a bef.vy stock and an
3ur rni.ro is Hiiutel we have decided to
pardu prices for rialurdny. Due. :0,
when we will give the people of t is vi
nini'.y a genuin': pit-n?-. in footwa ir. Th ;
FamoUB, 108 '.Vest Third street. Daven
port, Q L '.Vjoemfc Co.
A brilliant so 'iety ev 'nt was 'he retrcp
lion given by Mr. aort Mra O. II. Diere
at their beautiful home at Overlook, Mo
iae, lnt t veoing ::i honor of Mr. and
"Mrs. Willimi B I 'erwonh who have just
returned trom Uiei; European trip. Mr.and
-Vrs. Stuart Uurpe.r of this city asaiatcd
n the reception and 5fM pues's from the
tri cities calied.
Th Womea' Relief corps of this city
tendered a reception to the corps ladies
of R c. I-d ind an'l Moiine iawt eveinug
at O'inr! Army b-ili ia , tnia city. Mra.
Judjji; Rjthr ick, of Cedar Ripids, being
aa lion t guest and d liveraig a very
Tbe only i'uie Civ
IDse' Million -
.V; of Tartar Pov
: H ome-.
feliciiiouH aldi-i s" Tti. ro w. re imr?
speeche s from a number of tn-ciiy iulu-B
that aoded mueb to the pleasure of the
Occasion. D-ive"0'rt D-'tvofTst-
An alarm of fir- 11 oYlock this
morning o il 1 ib- il.u.t iMwi o tin
building owmd bv Edward Krem on
Third avenue and Ten h firestaud hch
is now bt-ing reoaired It (mi. j.isi. been
remodi 'ed and the painters wo.i. a. v.,ik
inside. Some sheet irou st 7 j re
used In drying '!: storeroom s:J ' d
being pi ed loo close to one, took Are.
The depart-en r- p-mded promptly htid
the damage done was nomioal. tb Ore
not being allowed to prend.
Tbey have the largest lin? of hoi dj
sliprters ever opened in this vicicitv.
Look at t e priws: 4ftr, 69i:, 78a, 9c.
tl 29 am. $1 48 It will pay you 'o lay
in a year's supply during the special Ba!e
today, tomorrow, Saturday, an '. to in ike
it a holiday adv-riisenjent tney wi I jjve
to every purchaser of a pair t shoeu a
beautiful Dooklet of the presidents of the
United States The Famous. Woer A
Co.. 108 West Th rt s'reet Diver pnrt.
Carry the new to Mary,
And, pray, be i ot too long,
Kor rte in fast declining.
And, purely, 'twon d bi! wronp
not to tell her of Pr. Pitroe'si Favorite Prenrip-
tlr.. We iio want Mary to kmw, in one war or
O'lur, that this world fa ued remedy will cur her
beyond a unubt. V just the rerajciy for y ung
wo antuvid, and ihotisaedn has it brif'grd over
that pe rilou B a.
Fr m cti rj stute, from eTery city, from nearly
cv r. neiphhortioo I in bread land, comc the
trraN'f'il h knowleOy:omi nt.if what it hi ilimi aud
is UoinK foronr d mphtcrs The only medicine for
the luinful am! illstrciini; invKu'.'irili. s ai.d
weakui sei of woniaii, told with a positive $: nar
an'ie to e:-.esairacti .n in ivery cao.or m ney
e?nile . in oh r wora, -o d 01: Irai 1
Fire at Cleveland destroyed the Long
Street armory. I,oss, 1 50,000, only partly
Frank Kjzger, of Cbieaso, munlered his
13-year-oM son and triihl to kill hi. wife
also, but failed. Eiders has been aiek for
; some time and wn probably out of his
- I Ullllll.
I Mrs. MnryJComley, an aged and weal, by
! widow of Kih-s, Atieh., as found murdered
at her home, with indications of a desperate
, struaglo. T
The rumor connecting Senator Hill's,
rmme with a poMtiun iu the Equitable
Life, has no foundation in fact. '
An unknown man went into a Chic (:o
newspap. r office and left there $1,000 to be
used to aid por-hool children.
The Illinois ITorticuItur:t!
elected tliese ofTicere: President, Harry'
Augustine, Normal; vice president, lh. '
Daniel nerry, Canoi; aocretary, A. C. !
Ilammnnd, Warsaw; treasurer, A. Bryant, '
Pieh deposits of nickel ore have been dis-'
covered near Kcnkuk.
Michael Smith, 75 years old, a rich farmer '
of Galena, Ills., fell into the river and was j
Fipn.ro tells it Parisian readers that tie
late Patrick Sarslield Gilmore served dur
ing the war of the rebellion tntberei i
menta of Massachusetts and Louisiana, j
The Equitable Mutual Building ard I
Loan nssficiation, formerly of LaCrossear d
now of Milwaukee, lias been placed in tl e
hands of a receiver. Three of the offioe-8 '
have overdrawn their accounts fcl.000 and ;
are niis.inir. I
Mis Florence Outran was run over and .
badly hurt by a train at Kirkwnrvl, Ilbi 1
I 8he held her umbrella in front of he- as !
she walkwl alon the track aud did not 8e !
uie train upproach.
A T Vifl linn IWintamnnmiMr 4-1. 1.
vu... .u , Ql j ciiuuttuo9 bunk j
the scbool board of "St. raul. New York
State," has decided to pay the women teach -'
era equal salaries with the men.
Victor Alien, a notorious pickpocket
known to all the policeautlioriti. through
out the United States, released has been
from the state prison at Columbus, O.
Margaret Mather is lying sick at Omaha,
and Ler cum puny has leen disbanded,
John Iioemer. a wealthy resident, of Try
j ledo, ().. ilied suddenly ironi heart failurt
; Just after having responded to a toast at a
J R. G. Cross, one of the wealthiest citi
. eeiis iu Danville, Ky., has been arrested for
usiul; canceled jOftiip;e stumps.
Obituuiy: At Cauton, Ills., Oiarlcs
Fravel, of Lr.porte. Iud. At Cumberland
Wis., J. F. Miller, aged 5C.
A duel on horaelmck occurred near Mc
Intyre's j,-in. Grimes county, Tex., becween
two neuroes, Itobert Warfield and Lipe
Allen. Tiiey fought will bowie knives and
both are badly carved and will probably
I.ihic; i'uiie i;4.crit-n irrinnn.
Colcmiwa. 5,. C, Dee. '.. At the meet
ing of tiie house Vt eiiu, sdny r.iht a test
vote wa i taken on the question of prohibi
tion. There was a majority of 26 in its
It ia vsry j'or ec mt-mj t cuilea .or
to ri'Iirvc h cold by ni fclectiair it, when h
bottle of Dr. BuL'e Ci.u4!i Svrnp will
curj i i" oiop.
W. T3EFZ & CO.
FiKve nj ened in t'.ieir 1 ew quartern with
ibe .TMirlciit (.nd hesi selected stuck of
ever shewn in Iht ci'y.
All Y ;: vuik tlty v.ill tavt- a PFEC
IAL HALE, cL.sistin of He ntir
stor.tc hich they have purchas-ed from
P.. Birbtiifelrt, at prire that nunnot be
rltplicotert in tiie tri-cities,
' N.--W is tbe time to mt.be vour
2011 Fourth Avenue,
rHR HAJLV AI.'GCS DKLIVSKKD AT YOU H
door i vit. f .i.iit: f ir Ifttc per week.
FOR REVT-TWO FCHNI8 D OR UnFUK
nlsi ed rooms. 18.9 .-ecoud avciine.
FOB SAT-E-AStVARF PIANO AS GOOD AS
new. by Mr. Ksll-. 846 Twelfth et
R RKNt FuiDtehed rooms at 1408
W A ' TED -r OUR QKNT KMSS lOARDKR
in privat f.mily, vo 80fi 'ineteenti St.
TJH ANTIiD MAN TO T HAVEL, SALARY
V and ex,)enes nail. Apply at Windsor hotel,
WAJJTKED-A POSITION AS ''OOK OR AS
(rem ral house gir , by one who is willing to
work for hr bo rd an ' the ..rlvilege of praiictr:(t
music AddrtstM.L h.offlr
GKNTSioakingSstoilOper day celling the
A Eleetricai l ender hons -hol 1 want, 509 Bradv
street, Davenport, Iowa, second door, room 9, 9 to
9 p. m. Gtwera! Afrent wanted.
$- TO f15 PER DAY AT HOME. SELLING
J Lightning Plater and Tlaiini? jewelry.
wnicnrt, uoirware. c. fiates me nnemor jew
"'"V eo'w. r h: kiiwn of meial, with KO'.d
Mlver o. mcue. No exjrierce No capital.
nveri r.n-"-yf f neeaintji latins;.
. l ' 1 M1 A ' ' .. "ktr-nnii.
Burtis Opera House,
.HUN DAY, DEO. 11
Sam. T. Jack's Extravaganza,
-The 40 Thieves-
Elegant Oos'n ns!
Prieen 51 "0. 75. S) avd 2 c. nts; lnd'rs' hct
re-trvd Mat50een'f to Matinee.
J. E. Montrose, Manver.
FRIDAY, DEC. 16th.
A Laughing I-Cveni !.
The Kings f LTamor.
TICKETS 50 AND 75 CENTS.
Tickets for nalc at 'he Y. M 0. A., Harper
Il.wt Phar.Tiiic and Lo isl-jy", rrookery lore.
j cq g CQ
Which we have heretofore sold from $16.50
This lot, although small quantities, and the sizes being somewhat broken, is positively the best val
ues ever offered this season-nothing to compare with fhem anywhere-not k coat in the outfit but
what wnrth inH htc hAn ca! 4-cm rrv Lj ,i J , .r 111 WUUIL JJUL
rV-Vi . io na r V
Best Equipped Clothing and Shco Hm.
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
Till ktcp fire all :. gv. vi h s.ift coal;
will nol tr:s or tmVce: heav;. steel bod?;
Urse ssb i ai C H md examine this
woiidetfu! 8'rv so'd by
New styles of
D. ROY BOEBY'S.
126 Second Ave.
-Base Eall Headquarters.
' V -'.W-o :v i' . 1 V I--: ' . iV '' iutr fr s
Cigar Rtor nrd Billiard Parlo.
Always or hiini the finest trandt of doMic
f nd in! -or (i ciuarn. All bianiis o tohaoco.
The senrr .im -,nc hall gJiTiiet wiT , received
L. GLOCXHOPP, Prop.,
Is08 Second Avenue.
BEvgrixifiooiZLt Uine of F'me
" s 1 '',u anj
Cme' S6rV TheI1
IVl C I SPIRE
Special prices od Cloaks
tbi8weel?-. We conM quote
you pricsP, bnt realij you
would hive no ldea of qu 1 -ity
unless you examined
these garments per;onal! ;
Cloaks ,wil 1 b- sold ch.- p
this week. Jackets $2.95
and upwards. We think
our assortment of Ladies',
Misses ano Children's garj
meuts is uniitually large.
P ease call and give us
Are surprised to find
H )ue Gowns,
so many nice Christ-!
Our stock of Holi
is now complete.
LLOYD & STEWART Lead the Trade.
First-class Hotel and Restaurant, Market Square,
back of Thomas drugstore.
LUNCH COUNTER IN CONNECTION.
&"Good Rooms by day or nigh:.
iWM. GLASS, Proprietor.
And Dealer in Men's Fine1 Woolens!
1706 Second Avenue.
to $19.50 we shall place on
ome.oi mem are good va
a pleasing surPrise' its
Island County. 1729 2d :
Our hobby is to talk
:e eViratei ?e llett
iT are th.
1 tst made in the U a. A
guarantee with every gw.
Wear- receiving handker
chiefs, drapes, and hv.v,.
iit-s in various goods mita
bie ftr Holiday prtsnts.
The best the market
affords and prices the
Ye good friend
are still in the
e this morning at
ie at S 9 50' take
Ve.. ! 16 to 122 19th sr.