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TI1K AUG US, WEDNESDAY, DCJM13li li, 1892.
An object lesson is sometimes given without intent.
should keep posted where, they can buy Groceries tbe cheapest, i t many
dollars C8D be saved by keening posted in price.
I, k iver vnur took account and see what you are paying for the
ni.rm rou articles you buy daily, then ro to ARNOLD'S and
1 e laro"st and best selected stock without doubt in the tbrae
t m- al'pcc in his rtire is sure to convir-ce anybody that he
be 'I'-i't rxulil .
1620 Second Avenue.
P iday ?.nd Saturday, Dec, 16th and 17th
SATURDAY, DEC. 17.
FRIDAY, DEC. 16,
Misses, Child's and
Child's warm felt slippeTS, regu
lar price 85c sale price 65.
Misses warm felf slipper.-, regu
lar pric. $1.00 ale piice75c.
Miss kangaroo calf aud Doug
las shoes .regular price tl 40
Bale price 85c
Child's kar.garoo calf and
lump: Ine sLos, r eular jric
tl -T sa e pi ice $fc.
Child' i goat spring beel shve-
ti'i 5-72, regular price 75c--
sale price 50c
yy c-Tit .ff on all Miaies,
rL.Ms cr hoy tj shoes for Fii-
day on I v.
Lidies finest hand turned shoes, regular
pt ce t5 .00 sale price i SO.
Ltdies fine had turned shoes. regular
price $4 (K sale price $ i 75.
Ladies fine patent leather. Virnp hand
turned ah e. regular .rice (4 00
rale price $2,95
L dies fine hand turned Hhoes, regular
price $3.00 and 3 CO sal price $2 55.
L-iiiis fine Douglas seved shoes,
reuif r irice 82 25 ale pr ce $1 68.
Ladies all g lid Douglas shoes. regular
price $1-50 sale price $110.
10 per c-nt off on all wurn. hind goods,
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
of 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.
SOI, 303 W. Second St., Davenport,
314 BRADY STREET,
Tbe Fat,l and WiNTfB Goods are row DAVEIIPORT,
5a- Pemtmber we tre tin virg d -e itrgeet red nooet varied
&8ortment of D mebtio and ?mjoktej goods in the three
uiiea. Suits made to your measure irom $20 to $40; Trou
Bnr made to your measnre $5 to $12
Bill Nje and A. P,
Ask your dealers for the
brand ot oysters.
When buying fresh ojstera, buy the
Black Hawk brand.
If you want the best buy the Blake
Hawk bran! oysters.
A. fine line of candies a. Krell & Math's
for the holiday trade.
Christmas trees and tree ornaments, all
sizes, at Krell & Math's.
Two rooms to rent, over David Don's
tore. 1617 Third avenus.
Fred Weia-le. of Dubuaue. was in the
city yesterday on business.
J 8. Gilmore left last night for Chi
cago ob a ahor business trip.
Fine celulold boxes, shell boxes and
satin lined baskets hi Krell & Math's.
Wanud A. competent girl for general
housework. Apply at 1132 Third
Revolvers, old shoes, hogs and dogs,
and all sorts of boxes filled with candies
at Krell & Math's.
O S. Church of Carbon Cliff, was in
the city today. Mr. Church is not griev
ing a whit over the election.
C. W. Hammond, of Jackson, Mich., is
in Huck Island to snenri th hnliilma
with relatives and friends in this vicinity.
Send your ordtrs for game, fish lob
Bters, clams, shell and canned oys'.ets to
Harry Smythe's, 1819 Second avenue
Tickets are selling well for the beneti..
bull to be given for the family of tk
late Matthew Remley. The family tbu
left without support is almost destitu e
aud chanty's appeal will not be without
response in this esse surely.
Mrs. Essie Coons, wife of John S.
Coons, died on tbe 7th at her home in
Milan of consumption, need 88 years. 3
months and 9 days She leaves with l.e
husband a little son and a large numhrr
of sorrowing friends. The interment
was made in Coal Vallej cemetery. Rev.
McKae. of Milan, officiating.
The Rock Island Turner society has k-f I
the Upper Mississippi Turnbtzirk, with
which it has been connected for several
years, and is again associated with what
is known as the Central Illinois District.
The change was made on account of the
Upper Mississippi district being made
up entirely of Iowa towns, and the local
society thinks it feels more at home as
The operetta "Snow White and the
Seven Dwarfs." directed by Mise Helen
Tripp, will be slven for the benefit of
the Ninth street M. E. church next
Tuesday evening. Die 20, at Harper's
theatre. Tee best musical talent in the
three cities has been secured for the
occasion and tbe general admission will
be 35 cents. Reserved seats c in be had
at tbe usual (.lace for 50 cents. Admis
sion to children. 25 centa.
The Columbia Dally Calendar
remains the only valuable daily pad
calendar. The calendar for '93 is of the
same general design as thai ot previous
years, consisting of 366 leaves, one for
every day in the year and a calendar for
the entire year. ; he day ot the week, of
the month, and of the year are given,
and on eacu leaf is a short sermon on the
"Gospel of Outdoors, Health and Happi
ness," with valuable hints on practical
road making. The leaves are so ar
ranged that there will be no stub left,
end each one can be referred to at any
time during the year. The pad is upon a
metallic stand of ivory black, arranged so
as to rest upon tbe desk as at a con
venient angle. The pad matter, which
in the aggregate is enough to make a
book, is al! fresh and new, and is of core
pertinent value than that of any previous
calendar. The calendar is issued by the
Pope Mfg. Co., of Boston, Mew York,
A Ktch Soeu.
The richest and most gorgeous scene
ever used on tbe local stage will be
shown during the production of the "New
Monte Christo," at the Burtis st Daven
port next Sunday matinee and night,
Dec. 18. It is composed of very cnstlv
imported plush, suspended from silver
bars, forming a palace in the most luxuri
ous style of tne second restoration, am!
is likely the mo-it expensive fcene ever
used in any dramatic presentation. How
ever, this is only one point wherein lavish
expenditure is evident as every scene
used has been made especially for this
production and are all fine specimens of
a master artist's hand. A very large and
efficient company is enaed especially for
their adaptibHtylf or tbe various characters
impersonated and a very fine representa
tion of this great play may be confidently
A Child Enjoys
The pleasant flavor, gentle action and
soothing effect of Syrup of Figs, when
in need of a laxative, and if tbe father or
mother be costive 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.
Kxcaraloa !( for Christina Hi Tw
The C M. & St. P. railway will eell
excursion tickets for one fart and one-
third. Tickets on sale Dec. 24th, 15th.
96th and list and Jan. 1st and 8d. good
to return up to and including Jan. 8d,
189S. Tickets sold within a distance of
800 miles K D. W. Houtu. Agent.
; ,1 Every, Month
ousr women aofler f-om Ex
Scant Meastrnatipn; they .doa't kaow
who to corifids in to get proper advice
Dco' aoande tc anybody but try
ScocHIc for MIKFUL. PROFUSE.
SCANTY, glP?nE8ScO and IRREGULAR
4 Book to " VOKAN" mailed free.
I RRfFrri.O Sj-CHLATOR CO Ctlanta. 6a
Iwnr-- - i ii
Sold by Ham A BahuMn.
A LIBERAL OFFER.
Free Treatment Followed by a
Special Low Rate
For AH Patieotaand All Disease VnlH Jan
aarr 1st The Stackhoase Medloal Iaatl.
tuti Qreat Iasiitutloa.
When the 8tackhouse Medical Institute
offered to give free treatmeol and medi
cines to all comTS for the purpose of ac
quainting the pui.lic with their methods,
tbetr facilities and th ir skill, there were
many who declared it to be impossible
Some there were, who looked wise and
said: "It cannot bs. no one can do it."
That they did do it. thouuh. fatthfn'ly
and carefully, over 500 prominent citia?c
of Davenport. Rock Island. Moline and
vicinity wtio took treatment can attest.
Bat Dr. 8iackhoue and his associates
have yet another offer fr r the benefit of
those in need of medical attention. Now,
in order to Etill further demonstrate tbe
great efficiency of their treatment, tbevj
win, unm January 1st, 1BU3, treat aU
patients and all diseases at tbe nominal
charge of 85 per m mth. This offer in
cludes all medicines
At this season, when people suffer
most from sudden changes and the in
clemencies of the wea'her, there is an
unusual need or the services of special
isti skilled in the treatment of nose.
irrnat and lunir tr ubles. Just i t this
time too, many people are wint to neg
lect to serure proper treatment became
they believe themselves unable to stand
the expen e when so n anv demands are
being nv-de upon their purses for hol.day
shopping To all such, this ff. r of ; l
perlor medical service for the numib.il
fee iif $5 a monti unil after ibe holi
days, will indeed W. j ful news. There
can now be no g k1 re roc f. r any 'o
d ;ny themselves the ser ice of good t'ti
sicians trained in the pncice of t: e?e
most prevalent maladies.
ur. stv-K house and his Hsoci'e
special wis are tiuw buildir.g up the ir
reputation in low and Illinois. They
are demnnsira'ing the excellence and
superiority of their ns'ema of treatment
and depending upon the verdict of tbe
people for beir pecuniary reward
i? . . i . i. . . . . ,
muiruiucr iusi cMosu.iaiiou, examina
lion, services, medicines and treatment
for all patient and all diaeaes will be
giveo ai ine unuirm low rate ot 5 per
month until January 1st.
The last day of the year is the last day
on wntca to take anvumaee of this offer
. BEST OF EVIDENCE.
We Are Showing-
Professional Endorsement of Ue Sta
Detroit Free Press.
Dr J G . Vslade is an old-time phynidaD wtw
lives at Newport, Mich.. !6 miles south of De
troit. He has been engaged In the active prac
tlce of medicine in Newport and the inmeJI-.te
vicinity lor .4 years.
DR. J. G.
Dr. Vslido i- a member of the Mlrhririn State
Medic .I society snri . formerly a member of the
xiarn of cc.sors In control of the De roil Mrdi
cal rn'ledse Dr. Vul idu. In an interview re-
c -o ly luau- tne tojiowi' ( a atvment with u view
01 llH publication :
"I hades1 nrrh for X ye-ir snH was nnder the
same impresou ii:ai miny o;her pnvsiciaus are.
thst ibe uisesoe whs incurable an. so I let it run
with litt'e or no efloit to .toil it.
'About the middle of laM Dece - oer I reHd the
ccdentiali of Dr. Stackhouk and his associate
physicians. I aw from the-e puhlicstions that
tnese gentlemen were graiiustes from trie bast
medical coiles11 and w re i.. d session of letters
of eudorseineiit and other credentis! that were
aoove question anu in every wiy uu.'Xceu i:i si
I there'ore reso'ved 10 gnam! seetbem. I did so
ai d war. ravorsDiv iniprersed ami at o ce ilscec
myse f under their treatment. When 1 bceaii 1
had a romhiitta; In my head a t'lough I wa lying
on the lake sh'tre aud tbe waves ere tDlat,in?
Iartiy over me. I cannot express it in any othei
"I coold often, seemingly, hear some one talk
Ing in the n zt mom. and sometimes they would
appear to sun;. My throat was dry and hrsh
I wasalwavsaawkiuz aud br nslne awar tenet
mucous from mv throat. My nose woutd ften
st"p up and fe- 1 itohjaud r!lMai;reeale; in fact, I
had a constant cold I hai frequent dutay spells.
I was always tired and depressed, and felt very
bid, and you murht saj fiat my sjstem was al
"Since taktnv treatment I am no longer annoyed
by those rumbling and annataral snauds in my
head. My throat ism dxt and natural. Mr n s -and
throat are clear and free from disairrreable
syrr ptosis 1 believe th t no one can expect to
reel oetier at my age man 1 go now. "
StatTof Kniinent I'hyslrlans Skilled in the
Treatment of Chronic Oiseasea.
Dr. U Stackhoase is a graduate of the Medical
Oiliege of Indiana and late house phy-iclan of
the Indianapolis oi'v hospl al; a student of the
New York Polyclinic and other ew T.rk in-ti-tutlons
devoted to the highest branches of me t
cine. His diploma bears the written endorse
ment of Jefferson as dical college of Philadelphia,
Dr. Htackboase lslicenned to practice medicines
In twelve stales, aud mutt of tbe great clUes of tbe
The consulting physlaians or the Starfcboare
medical institute are all graduates oT leading
and reputable medical colleges and ar posaaa-ed
f nigh personal credentials. They hse all hut
xten-ivs Bri'ltal tn atment anu irsu.iiig .
Ksah of l.er physicians is a thorough master of
the els' -re at meat known everywhere as the
"8tni . uou-ie system," undone or more it hem
will be faund constantly uX the Dsvenpoit offlee.
which will reoive tbe personal care aud attenuoa
of Ir. Stackbouse. Th success of the Stack
boas t'eetment in catarrh and kindred dlnea-c
is without a paral.el in the history of special
medical practice. . ,
rftackhonee Medical Tna'atatr-,
' PrrmsnenUy located In
R 10m- 17 and 18.
WHITAKER BU LDINO.
(First floor. Take tr.e Elevator.)
Corner of Bradv and TnirJ Htreels,
All curable diseases treated with success.
Specialties, Eye, Ear, Nose. Throat aud
bung-; Nervous" Diseases, Biood Diseases and
Successful treatment by mall. Write for
symptom blank. Consultation aud examination
Office Hours to 12 a. m., t to 5 aad 7 to
SuDjays9te Ui.a. on'y.
Sideboatds, Cupboards and
Dining Chairs a splendid assortment.
Blankets, Comforters and Bedding.
See us for Holiday Gifts before you buy.
Prices guaranteed the lowest
No Extra Charge.
CHAS. A. MEOK,
322 Brady 8treet, Davenport, la.
Open till 9 o'clock. Saturday's till 10.