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A KGUS, TU FSi AY, DKCKM1IKK 13, 1892.
Dan't m' Nve hod Bufbank.
Don't mi-s Nye and BuroanW
Don't miit Nye and BurbMik.
Don't mi- Ny and Burbatik.
Don't mis. Nye and Burbani.
Don't mini Nye and Bur bank.
Cnoice Florida orange at Araoll'a.
Arnold hs gome choice Florida or
ange. Dincine school at Turner ball every
W. H At.irich. of Chicago, is visiting
Rock Inland friends.
Ttr-f s!-" upright pianos, as good as
icw, cheap at Woody att's.
Turee nice upright pianos, as good as
new. cfceap at SVookyatt'Sj .
Eer? Wednesday evening there will
he dancing school at Turner hall.
Beginning Thursday night. Mclatire
Bros will be open evenings till Christ-
A D liupoing bag some choice real
estate in vinous portions of the city for
R .Qri tho Ftmoti special holiday
sltfipcr feo MuVciaisveut on another
Loosley's crockery store will be open
evenings from now antil after Christ
saas. . ,
Mrs. 8. . Guyer gives a reciUl tomor
row after joou at her home on Nineteenth
The store windows are already begio
aiog to show the approach of the holiday
Manager Albright, of the Postal Tele
graph company, is back from his trip to
There will be a concert and entertiin
xcat at the Aiken street chapel Wednes
Amo Andrews, of Omiha, arrived in
R cti Islmd yesterday on a visit of sev
eral weeks to friends.
While in Davenport call at Fluke's. 317
B;ady street, and see his line of Japanese
good. It is the finest in the three cities.
This is the opportunity for the mer
chants' harvest, ana the business roan
who advertises liberally and judiciously,
The Famous, 108 West Third street, is
offering greatly reduced uriceson huiuUy
slippers. Read the advertisement ou
The Jarvis While Art Co . 330 Brady
street, Davenport, has bargains in framed
oietures. and you will do well to see
Uit.ni before purchasing.
There will be a specil meeting of the
ladies' auxiliary of the Y. M C. A. to
morrow morning at 10 o'clock. All
members are urged to be present.
W. H. Fluke. 317 Brady street. Dav
enport, has just received a large display
f Japanese goods, consisting of many
oeau;nui lansimas novelties.
Some beautiful Christmas rovelties in
Japanese goods at Fluke's. 317 Bradv
street, Davenport. Largest display of
mese goods ever shown in the three cities.
If you want a really fine and valuable
present, see the water colors by Craig,
Filler, Eartson and others at the Jams
White Art Co 's, 330 Brady street, Dav
The sale of reserved seats for the
Beard "Chalk Talk" lecture at the Bonis
at Davenport Friday evening, opens at
Fluke's book 6tore in Davenport tossor
Wait for your holiday goods. See
TMeosWe Free's fine line which will be
pened at 2107 Fourth avenue in a few
days and will be sold at lowest prices
account of lateness of spring.
The work of canvassing for the Sione
directory is progressing rapidly. With
proper encouragement Ruck Island will
be given a guide to the city and will be
as creditable as it will be reliable.
Lost, a pocket hook, containing be
tween ilS and $13, between the Adams
Wall Paper Co.'s store and Thirteenth
street and Second avenue. Finder will
be rewarded on returning it to this
Gus Englin, who has tbeea very ill
with typhoid fever, was at his place of
business today for the first time in four
weeks lie is still quite weak, but his
many friends will be pleased to know
that be is recovering steadily.
Invitations bnve been sent out an
nouncing the marriage of Mies Mamie E.
Krell and Dr. . M. Sala, which occurs
at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs
Elisabeth Krell, 1804 Third avenue, on
... Wednesday evening, Dec. 88. at 7
H. Krctlow. of San Francisco, an or
ganizer of the Cigar Makers' Union, was
in the city over Sunday and last night a
meeting of the members of the union was
held at which Mr. Eretlow made an ad
dress. They are urging on labor organis
ations the importance of using only union
Manager Montrose baa secured a first
elaes attraction for Christmas eve at
Harper's tbatre, in the spectacular pro
duction, "The Spider and the Fly," the
paper for which is now being posted.
The extravagaiza is introduced with the
most elaborate scenic effects, including
an electric fountain of real water. There
are 40 people in the cast.
Tae board of supervisors met ia regu
lar session at the court house at 2 o'clock
this afurnoon, Chairman Smith presid
ing. All the nutmhma van. .man..
cept Supervisor Cralle, and after hearing
miuuiti oi tuc previous meeting read
U 1 .LV
lhc wiic er. e flie bo mi thin
entered it to the regular routine work o.
Keep tosted. An object lesson i-
s'ometimt s given without intent. Hou.-
wives should keep posted where Vicv
Can buy groceries ine cheapest. Wiv.-
look oyer your book account and . e
what you are paying for the numerous
articles y'U buy daily, then ko to A -
cold's and fct priees. He has the larg
est and b--t selected stock without doub
in the three cities. One glance in hi
store a sure to convince anybody (ha;
he cannot be undersold. 1620 Second
It is rcportd thai the British govern
ment hah practically decided to adopt
penny potitaue throughout, the empire.
In a fiuht bet ween sport at Hainilton.O.,
Grant Fox was shot and killed.
Rev. Na han C. Cliapin, W years old, and
for many years a leading Congregational
minister oi the northwest, died suddenly in
his study ht Minneapolis,
A band of Garza revolutionists crossed
from the Texas side of the river at
Iimlo, Tex., into Mexico, and routed
two comprnie of Hfeiean cavalry. Several
were killel Reinforcements have gone
from Xuet a Laredo, and the United States
governmer t has ordered two companies to
pursue the bandits on the American side.
Parsons G. Ojrilen, one of the wealthiest
men of Cincinnati, died at his home from
heart trouble. He was a brother of Mrs.
P. I). Armour.
A loader! freight train on the Missouri
Pacific Wiis thrown from the track anil
over an er lbnnkment t wenty feet high by
the spread i of the rails at Little Blue.
Mo. BraVeman Oglwhy was caught under
the wreck nd crushed so badly that he
will die. The rest of the crow jumped and
scaped tiions injuries.
The wife of "Kid." the notorious Apache
renegade, has returned to the San Carlos
(Ariz.) reservation and surrendered. She
says that ' Kid," with a small band, is in
the inoiiii uiit near Duncan, Ariz., with
out food or Micll.-r, but that he w ill never
be taken a.ive.
It is reported Ht. Washington that Secre
tary Blaine is "almost persuaded" to Ik--come
The president-elect hits sent to the family
of K. A. I-ancrofi (who lost his life w hile
firing a Mililte in in -. n uf ( 'ievel.mu's ! -tioii),
of li -owsville, Teiin., a check for s-Vi.
Frank S Gray, at one time business
manager i f Culour-l K.'..x F. S .e;.ard's
paper, the Xew York V.-iil arH Kxpress.
but now si ii nit for Otiiiiavri-s tor breach of
contract, h tvini; U'eti "tire:!" by the colonel,
swears that the reason he was discharged
was that le refused to brile New York
officials to trive the V-n'l ami F.xpress ad
vertising, and produced a letter purporting
to come frm Shepard but neither dated
nor signed which confirmed his statement.
Colonel Snephard dinied the imputation
Albert d I.- ur, a Mitwatil.ee contractor
who went New York Xov. .TO supposedly
on business, is missins.
While Mrs, O. R. Albert son, of York. X.
D.. was alsent from her home for a short
time, some papers caught lire from the
stovepipe and the lo ini whs rilled with
smoke, which suffocated her two children.
The mother has become insane.
The Nat onal Cordage company has filed
a certificate at the New York secretary of
state's ofbc e tor an increase of its capital
stock by the addit ion of IO,uh.(ki common
stock. This gives a total of fcJS.nOO.OOO, ol
which JS.OiO.OOn is preferred stock.
Laura B i;nr, who plays the charminc
widow in the "Trip to Chinatown," ha
ten arrest ed on a charge of defrauding a
Cincinnati hotel out ; 'J.O: o.
RoIh-tIh, Si llers A: Cn..wl'olcsale hatters,
105 West I'eiiti street, Cincinnati, have
made an (isrintiiiietit.
I)r. Jink ins. health olhcer nt Xew York,
says that to siu;. iu:i:.:ra'.io;i for a year
would be an outrage and a disgrace to an
Henry Meyers, ex -speaker of the Ken
tucky born of representatives, has been
acquitted of a charge of brilery at Coving
ton. Democratic Seuator from Kansaa.
Chicago, Dec. 13. Colonel A. H. Harris,
of Fort Seo-t, chairman of the Straightont
Democratic committee of Kansas, and J. B.
Crouch, edi or of the Hutchinson Times, are
at the Lelun d hotel on their way to Xew York
to consult the Democratic senators who are
looking after the interests of the party in
senatorial c in tests. "The next senator from
Kansas will be a Democrat," said Mr.
Crouch. "Attempts to combine Democrats
and Populists will fail. In my opinion the
straight Democrats will choose a candidate
more accep able to the Republicans than a
Mugwump or Populist."
A Lite Stock Association Qnlta.
CHICAGO, Dec. 13. Owing to the adverse
decision rendered recently by the Illinois
supreme co art against the American Live
stock Commission company that associa
tion detern ined to liquidate at a meeting
held at the Great Northern hotel yester
day. Gould's Will Filed for Probate.
New York, Dec. 13. Jay Gould's will
was filed for probate at the surrogate's
office in tl is city at 8:05 p. m. yesterday.
The value of the estate is stated by ex
Judge John P. Dillon to be f73,00O,O(0.
The bulk of the property goes direct to the
six children and the inheritance tax of 1
per cent, will bring 1720,000 into the city
treasury. The full text of the will does
not differ materially from the abstract
given to the press.
They Need m Little Fresh Hemp.
OEABK, Mo., Dec 18. The bald knob
ben are besoming active again, their suo
eeoa at the recent election giving them fresh
courage. I riday night a Urge number of
citizens were notified to leave. Ben Price,
the newly elected prosecuting attorney of
Green coun .y, baa bean notified that if. be
qnaliflea for the office he will be killed.
Scrofula, whether hereditary or ac
quired, is thoroughly expelled from the
blood by Bood's Sarsaparilla. the great
blood purlf er.
VI Hkl 1 1
Ititli the Gutat Well
ith S.zdont when they dont become
- ongv "r rletac'ied from the uecti4 of the
h. Let the-n bleed freely nd s re-
' ver heir "one and he-hh. This Sozi
tont is nest rrLedil agent for (lis
se t t-i'tni ar,d tetth. Trv and learn.
KlISOX riIO04iRAPHS FOR SALE.
Agents and esnmssers wanted In rrtry tows,
ia tht state te sell our goods. Artdren for par
ttuuUrs THS NOHTH AMERI. AN PUOSOGRAl'H CO..
51 Sta'.e Street, Chicgo.ll
Bi" xyo;A CYCLONE
Bill Nye; of mirth.
Bill IS iyC ,!-rpcr's Thca're .
Bill Nye; FRIDAY
Bill Nye' Evening.
hej-errcit sHt 50 a ii T.ict-n u -ale at the
Harjn r Hne Pbirmacy. Dn't mif il.
B urtis Opera House,
Twc Performancps Two
SUNDAY DECEMBER 13th.
Tt e 1 rilliont iomitic actor
MH. FJtEl) FELTON
And his superb Company in a Magnlflcent Spec
lacnlar Ptoinctlou of the new
An entirely New Dramatic Version of Duma's
Immensely Popular Play.
MARVFLODS McBAKICAT XFTKCTS!
1HB'LLI Q 8ER8ATIOR8! j
THOR'UGHLY COMPETENT CAST.
Sppcial attention Is called to the pporgeons '
PLfi H ALATE, A seine comjio-Sfd entirely j
of the Fineot Plnsh, and made expressly for this I
eompacy nr gamier i. saesnx. or fans at an
artaal st of $2,000 00 No bdvance in priees.
Seats aeeared at the timers Banxe. SI .00. TS, 60
and 25 cents. ladies best reserved eat 40c. to
THK DAILY AKQrs DSUVEKED AT YOU tt
door every evening for lx4c per week.
FOK RENT TWO FCRNISD OR TJNFCR
nixhed rooms. 13i9 Second avenue.
FOR SALE ASyrARE PIANO AS GOOD AS
new, by Mr?. Knll. 8iS Twelfth stnet.
FOR RENT Fnrnlshcd rooms at 1408 Second
TXT ANTED - r OUR GE XT .KM SM HOARDttR
in privata family, So. 908 Vineteeiii i Hi.
WANTED A MAN TO TKAVEL. SALARY
and expenses naid. App'y nt Windsor hotel,
WANTED THREE nR FOUR RnO.IS SU1T
ablc for light bonse ee pin .', either upstairs
or down. Address "Q. ' ctj of Ta Arois. I
YIT ANTED TO RENT A HOUsK ONNINE-
f teenth, Tw nti. th or Twenty-first street and
south of Seventh avenns. Pos -8in wanted by (
reD. Appiy.oj ieu;r. giviug jocuuun to ii, care
W ANTE ED - A POSITION AS ''OOK OR AS
penrral house pir , by one who is willing to
work for hT board auj the i rivilege of practicing
music. Addres; K . L this office
AGENTS making $5 to M0 per dav saline the
Electrical Wonder bons'-hol-l want. 50S Bradv
street, Davenport, Iowa. Hecond floor, room 9, 8 to
9p.m. General agent wt'itPd.
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 them anywherenot a coat in the outfit but
what is worth and has been selling at $16.50 and some of them are good value at $19.50, take your
pick at $12.90; first come, first served. , They'll be a pleasing surprise; it's a splendid opportunity;
don't miss it.
Best Equipped Clothing and Sho? Hote'-in Rock Island County, 1729 2d
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
keep Are all night with soft conl;
not ess or smoke; heavy steel bodr;
It e ash i an Ci and exumlne this
v detful stove gn'.d hy
New styles oi
D. ROY LOTS.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the flneM. brands of doirestie
and imiKr-.;d cicars. All brands o tobacco.
The score of all '.he ball games wi1' ,e received
L. QLOCKHOPF, Prop.,
1S08 Second Avenue.
Special prices od Cloaks
thisVeek. We could quote
you pricjp, but really you
would have no Idea of qual
ity unless you examiaed
these garments personally;
Cloaks will sold cheap
thia week. Jackets 2.95
and upwards. We think
our assortment of Ladies',
Misses and Children's garj
ments is unusually large.
Please call and give us
Are surprised to find
so many nice Christ
Our stock of Holi
is now complete.
LLOYD & STEWART Lead the Trade
Spscial Holiday Slipper Sale.
We have the Largest Line of Holiday Slippers
ever opened in this city. Look at th prices- 49c
69c, 78c, 89c, 98c, $1.29 and $1.48. It will pay you
to lay in a year's supply during ihis 8a?e and to
make it a Holiday advertisement we will give to
every purchaser of a pair of sho-s a beautiful boe .
Jet of th Presidents of the United States.
FAMOUS SHOE STOhE,
108 W. 3d near Brady Davenport. lows.
G. L. WYNES & CO.
to $19.50 we shall place on
vr 3 Li w
Oar hobby is to talk of oar
ce.ebrated Sealett 1
Garments; they are the
best made in the U. 3. 4
guarantee with every ?ww
We are receiving handker
chiefs, drapes, and novel
tits in various goods snita
ble for Uoliday presents.
The best the market
affords and prices thr
Ye good friend
are still in the
sale this morning at
ave., 116 to 122 19th st.
-inly Pwe Cr
i'jAtnntonM To lum.