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Til iS AKGUB. TUESDAY, I)(JEAlUlClt 13. lSOU.
Equ.l to any S 00 shoe
Get a Pair
Calf Skin Shoes
for Boys and Girls.
162 Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
That Tired Feeling.
Nobody is particularly anxious to spend their
money; everybody has to. Your wants
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
if buying is done with a long face; this is
all wrong, we offer a change for the better
and you will find our immense stock of
Holiday Novelties of Footwear will do it.
1 D o ice
SOI, UOtl XV. Second Si., Davenport.
314 BRADY STREET,
Tfce Fatx and Wintie Goods are now DAVENPORT,
Jn. Pt-nifnibfr we are thcwirg ifce Jfcrpeet aid most varied
assortment of Dcmektic and T:mpoJ1te7 goodB in lh three
cities. Suits made to your measure from $20 to $10; Trou
bts made to your measure $5 to $12
"A CAID r- A . r ft Jl A f rDC A CHI 1 1 HAD
- - m . laM tlin a m m m w " -m
GAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES
Rock Island Buggy Co.
Farm Wagon .
It will pay you to call and g-t our Low PiiceB
ao- jrd W!l(, IKD1S Mti .l7ect t. lt ana id vc.
Retail Trade eipeciaiy soUclUJ,
Pianos at $10 a month at Woody att's.
Pianos at $10 a month at Woodjatfe.
Pianos at $10 a month at Wocdyatt's.
Pianos at 10 a month at Wordy att's.
Bill Nje and A. P. Barbank, Friday.
The famous Wbeelock & Bitey pianos
Ask your dealers for the Black Hawk i
brand ot oyster.
When buying fresh oysters, buy the
Black Hawk brand.
The famous Wheelock & Eutey piano
at Woody att's.
If you want the best buy the Blake
Hawk brand oysters.
A fine line of candies a' Krell A .Math's
for the holiday trade.
The matchless Weber & Decker Bros.'
pianos at Wood ja it's.
Christmas trees and tree ornaments, all
sizes, at Krell & Math's.
The matchless Weber & Decker Bros.'
pianos at Woodyatt'p.
Two rooms :o rent, over David Don's
store. 1617 Third avenue.
Three nice upright pianos, as good as
rew, cheap at Woodyati's.
R. Siockhouse and wife left last uil.l
on a short visit to friends.
Fine celuloid boxes shell boxes ami
satin lined baskets at Krell & Math's.
D. M. acd J. M. Martin, of Hillsdale,
were in the city yesterdsy on business.
Now is your time to make jour selec
tion of a winter suit or oyercoat at
WaDted A competent girl for general
housework. Apply at 1133 Third
Revolvers, old shoes, hogs and docs,
and all sorts of boxes filkd with candit
at Krell & Math's.
The many friends of Miss Euretta E .
Page will be glad to hear that sis i
slowly recovering from her illness.
Send your orders for game, fish lob
sters, clams, shell and canned oysters to
Harry Smythe's, 1819 Second avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. August Heimbeck are re
joictng over the advent of a new daugh
ter in their home, the first representative
of the gentler sex to grace their family of
Invitations are out for a reception to
be given by the Y.M. C.T.U.to the Y.M.
C. A. and the members of the young peo
ple's societies of the various churches
The reception is to be at the M.E. church
parlors this evening.
It is now stated on good authority that
the C, B.& Q. road, which has long been
considering the matter of putting on a
direct Chicago train seivice, has at last
concluded to do so. and that it will be
one of the features of the opening new
Information is wanted as to the pres
ent name and address of the sis er of
Patrick Brady, of California, formerly
known as Mrs. El'za Finney, but who
has since re-married. She formerly lived
In Davenport. Any information from
or concerning her will be gratefully re
ceived by her sister. Mrs. Margaret Breen,
31 Varnum street, Lowell, Mass.
At the meeting of the directo rs of the
Tri-City Blade last night the matters per
taining to the printers strike were satis
factorily adjusted by the union scale be
ing signed by the publishers. The resig
nation of M. Mertz as editor was accent
ed, R. C. Qtiackenbush. late of Dubuque.
being ics'.aiied a9 the new editor, and E.
K. Lawyer reinstated as business manager.
Bill Nye is a walking encyclopedia of
fun, and will make you forget all the ills
and trouble of life for two solid hours.
The pathetic selections of Mr. Bur bank
blend admirably with the droll humor of
Nye, and between these two kings of en
terlainmcnt the spectator is kept in
laughter or tears ihroi.ghrut the entire
evening. It was a happy idex, joining
these two famous (sonologists together,
and whoever misses seeing aud bearing
tbem next Friday night will throw away
the opportunity cf a lifetime.
Numerous wild storied sra current in
regard to, Fred Weyernauaer Jr , who is
attending Yule being placed under hrreai
on account of a college prabk but the
stories are exaggerated The fouudatioa
for the reports was cajsed by about 200
of the students attending an opera. Oue
of the crowd threw a torpedo on toe
stage which exploded and Mr. Weyer
hauser was arrested on the strength of
having a light colored suit of clothes the
offender having been similarly dressed.
The case against him was dimiAsed as
soon as the miBtake was discovered.
Joslis. Dec. 13. Tnere is a bran new
baby at the residence of our village
storekeeper, Mr. Donnahey. They now
have two boys and two girls.
W. H. Whiteside, our postmaster and
storekeeper, is still very low and aervoaa.
Drs. Morgon and Bruner have been In
Butur is from IS to 60 cti'i per
pound in New York. It Is worth 34
cents at the Joslin creamery.
There has been woe talk of bavins a !
Christmas tree at Zton church. If it could!
be arranged . (
The Wheelock school house, cast oft
Hillsdale, was totally consumed by fire
on Wednesday evening last. It wa
fully insured A large and more expen
sive one will be erected in its place.
The Meeds of Miss Maude Cromplon
will be interested to know that she pasu.d
a successful elimination atSacfetv.
Iowa, obtained a toucher's certificate, and
is now teaching. She writes that ' btr
school room is commodious, has patent
scats and desks and a fine toned organ,
and Is otherwise well eqipp;d for the
teaching of an interesting and successful
On Saturday evening last two n.en
were on the premises of John Fi'Ziib
bons, under suspicious circumstsnce.
One of the girls went to' cet something
out of the cu.liir aod caire bi ksayita
there w ,s a man donn there Themotlir
lisiliud t lantern and they both re-enl-r-d
the cellar, but. ihe ruan tscaurd pr.M
them Mr Fi zgibbon havir g ben takea
to the asylum, the women re aloue an
vi-ry much t right neu. Tt'ey say ihe
iw two men go toward 'h ham tod
that the olden 1nut;bter met them wiiti
a revolver hh ihey were cro6'ng the ysrd
and threatened to shoot if Kiev csm.' a;
nearer They seemed to be we'l c
q'luinlcd wi:h the premises and eccni'!
in the di;k,ic--. Their bars wete prl!v
drawn ovir their laces.
Mult cm in Pasto.
We Are Showing-
Local LunWr Lore.
The cost of the Rock Islaod lumber
mills during ihe past teason shows that
the lumber busicess like other IjchI in
dustries has been active We.jert ae iser
& Denkmann's output during the season
was 35 000,000 feet of lumber, 8.700 000
laths, 9.611.000 shingles and 259 400
pickets. During the seieon of 1891
29 000.000 feet of lumber werecut, show
ing this year an increase of 6,000 000
feet and the other articles in the saint-
proportion The number cf hands em
ployed during the season was 300.
The Rock Island L imber & Manuaet;ir-
ing Co.. employed 550 men and boys. Tii.
output during the year wa9 45 5tMi.uk
ieet oi lumoer, iz suu.uuu lath. -.rv.
10,500,003 shingles. This indicate
increase of 10 per cent ever the previou
year, while the following figures shew ui
increase of 8 percent. Number of window-
macutactured, 98.000; doors, 110 t 00;
bliud.s 9 500. mou ding. 5,800,000 feet.
Blieuinia Cat ad in a Day.
'Mvbtic Cure" for Rheumatism and
Neuralgia radiciily cures in one tc thre
das. Its action upon the system is re
markable and mysterious. It removes a1
once the cause and the disease immed
i t..i spears. The first dose ereatlj
benefits. Warranted by Otto Groljan
drui'isi, Rck I-nnd.
hicnruoi Kat for Chriatuiaji aud New
TbeC, M. & St. P railwav will sell
excursion tickets for one far- atd one
third. Tickets on sale Dec. 1?4'1 2j'b
JJO'.h and 31st and J in 1st and 2.1 vood
to return up to and including Jan. 3J
1893. Tickets sold within a disUcce of
200 miles. E. D. W. Holmes Ant
A Child Enjoy
The pleasant flavor, gentle action and
soothing effect of Syrup of Figs, when
in need of a laxative, and if the father or
mother be cos live or bilious, the most
gratifying results fo.'low its use. so that
it is the best family remedy known, and
every family should have a bottle.
Dec 10 Matthias Schnell to Valentine
Jamerson, lot 4, block 1, BcnneU's first
add. Rock Island, $600.
E M Brackett to Bridget Grady, w 2
f.:et lot 8. block 2, Brackett's add. Rock
I .land, $15
N J Blackmaa to Jonas H Stafford.Iots
9 and 10. block 2, Black man 'a add. Molinr,
700. . . r . ,.;
Moline Manufacturing Co. to Carl
G Thuiia. part twj. trl j, 85, 18,lw,
Mantes BUa at R7a14a.
Rbtnolds, Dec. 12 Last Wednes
day evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
A. H. Smith in Perryton, occurred the
wedding of Miss Louise J. Stanley and
Alfred B. Smith. The ceremoay was
pronounced by Rev. L. H. Coffman, of
Port Byron, in the presence of about 40
relatives and friends. The happy couple
were the recipients of many valuable and
useful presents. A happy voyage
through life is the wish of all. .
T used Dr. Bull'- Cough Srruo in mv
family and found its work marvelous."
ISO household is comnlele without it
Chaa. Schobert, 32 Norris St., Balto,
is and will ever be the
Goat. Influenza. Backache.
Pains in the Side. Chest and
Joints, Neuralgia, Sprains, &c.
Bexbrs yoa need to boy, obtain
W FREE OF CHARGE "M
the valuable book: "Guide to Health,"iUi ,
eaoezsemeuu 01 pronuneni nayuciana.
Prize Medals Awarded !
r . . aw Wit. 7 1
F tfM UQDttUMl A lwh.MM . nrl
fpriTaterliaeMolaea and tha
I OebilitatiDK ntkDM ucullir
I to women. It curat in a few
I day without the aid or
i puwicitr at a doctor.
i in vmvtrma America Cm.
uaniuactircd by I
k fhs Ivans Chtjuoi Co.'
w- . a.
. m-w- a.-..c m r i vriai r-
Sideboards, Cupboards and
Dining Chairs a splendid assortment.
f y, ... . - ,.1 . -. .a
Blankets, Comforters and. Bedding.
See us for Holiday Gifts before you
Prices guaranteed. The lowest
No Extra Charge.
CHAS. A. MEOK,
322 Brady Street, Davenport, I.
Open till 9 o'clock, Saturday's till 10. '
wJB alttrcw. to !t.KLt N U'