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TIIK AKGUS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER lo, 18'J2
iday znti Saturday, Dec, 16th and 17th
FRIDAY, DEC. 16,
Misses, Child's and
In.i'a warm Mt slipp' 8. r?gn-
v price 85c Bale price 65.
i43 warm Mi elipver-. tzu-
Ijync $1.00 ale i.iic75c.
le- krgoo calf and Dong-
fish..T'-pnlar i ri-- . 40
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SATURDAY, DEC 17.
Ltdies finest hand turned shoes, regular
pr e t5. 00 sale price $ 50.
Ladies fine haad turned shoes, regular
price t4 .00 sale price $2 75.
Lxdieg flee patent leather, Vap band
turned shoe. regular p ice 4 00
pale price $2,95
L dips fine hand tumid thoea. regular
price S3.0O aDd $3 50 sale price $2 85.
I. .dies Iidc Dongo'a sew-d shoes,
reiiuUr price $2 25 sale price $1 63
Lfldi:-8 all 8'ilid Dono!a shoes. resular
noe fl.50 sale price 1 10.
10 per c-nt off on all warm lined gooa,
162? Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
Many New and Novel Styles. See them.
Riding Boots, fur lined.
I'm udor Slipper, eight new !
Ooze Calf, Seal.
Patent Leather, Plush
and Morocco Slippers,
all colors and styles.
M'KCIAL LADIES9 departjiext.
t mi J4
W)!, :;o:j V. Second St., Davenport.
314 BRADY STREET,
' i- at.l ;.nd Winthk Goods are now DAVENP0BT,
!i Wnit-mbr we ire rLtwirg ilit- JaitEt and mot,t varied
tp&ortiuMit of ! MEBTio and 'WjofiTEn goods in th three
(Hies, fcuits made to your measure from $20 to $ i0; Trou
8"is made to your measure f to $12
Bill Nie and A P. Durbank. Friday,
Asa vcur dealers for the Black Hawk
irand or oysters.
When huving fresh oysters, buy the
Rlxck Hawk branl.
If ou wm the bet buy the Blake
Hnk branl oteters
A fine line of cmdie at Erell & Math's
for the holiday trade.
Oris n.8tr nod tree ornaments, all
zt'8. at Krell & Math's.
Tw rooms to rent, over Dvid Don's
tore. 1017 Third avenue
Fine c-lulnid hoze hell boxes and
xa in lined bankets n En-ll & Math's
Wnnt. d A comue eot ifirl for genera!
housework. Apply at 1138 Third
Revolvers old shoes, hgs and does
and all s r-" of lixe8 filled with candies
at Krell & Math's.
PV-ri Hoppe. who suitained a sever
shoch by fadins on a slippery sidewalk a
day or two ago is getting along nicelv
Send yur ordi-ra for same, fish lob
s'ers, clams shell an canoed oys'e'g to
Hrrv Smvth'", 18 19 Second avenue.
Mr. Chan Lowe left this morning for
hei old home in Ptnlarieluhia. She has
not rren back there for several years and
will mike an extendi d visit among rela
H. W Duiinhtrre his asooiia'ed him
se f witr toe Rock Island Buuuy works
and bis friends will be e1d to know ia
n iw p, rmtnently iilentifi- d wiih the
Ci v's huin-8s interests.
One of the pleasentesi entertainments to
plvn In Rick I-land durine the noli
day se-son will be presentation of "'Snow
While and the Seven Dwarfs" at Harper's
theatre next Toefda? evenin? for the
benefit of the Nintn street M. E church
Mrs. Annie E. MooreKnd. of Mittoon,
official in-tructor of the Rene ah grand
Indue of Illinois, was in the city on
Tuesday, and that evening visited Eu
dora Rehekah lodge No 72. I O. O. F.
and c-ve instruction in secret work
Mis Lucy Beck ia ncble grand and Miss
Esther Ranson secret a-y.
Michael Collins who has long been
ideni fled with the service of the Rock
Is and road has resigned his position
with that company to take a mveh need
ed rest For 37 yeara Mr Collins has
been connected with the Rock Island in
different brands of its service and the
past 16 er8 has been niebt entrv clerk
at the freight office in this city. He will
be succeeded I'y Andrew Daleau.
The second term of Miss Tripp's danc
ine cl9s will open Friday at 4 p.m. at
tbe Sundird Club rooms, oyer Kreii s
New and fxnry dnces given advanced
pupils. Beg r.ners received at any time-.
Specie! Ht:ention is given to the waita.
wliich ih 'aught, by the latest and mo t
app oved method. For term? apuly at
club room, Fr'dv fifiemoon. or adrrs
V'ins Tripp, 1828 Pnunh arenue. Rock
Ar icles of incorporation of the Ex
celsior Shift and L op company f
Mnliue. h-ve been filinin the recorder's
r.fflc - The cauital stock of tbe comptny
is 15 'HX divide t into sh. ree of f l(t ench
equal amounts being held by tbe incor
ii. rators, Urih Bortner, Hen'y R
cbmnrr . nd Henry T. Moss. Tr.e ot-
j-t. oi theccimpmiv is stated to be tbe
manufacture of loons, strap fastners and
uttier specialties of leather and metal.
Atumberof th Chicago cti'alists
interested in the Davenport & Rock
l-4rnd railway company have for year
wned the street railway lines of
Indianapolis, but lccl feeling there has
i.een so strongly pnjadiced against the
Chicago people merely because they
were non-re8ident9, notwithstanding
that they din just as tbey did here
bought up run down system- and reouilt
and reequinped toem that tbe Chicago
gentlemen have become disgusted and
sold out to Boston syndicate for
t2.MK),000 Whether or not Indianapi lis
will be the gainer by tbe transaction re
mains to be seen. At all events tbe
Ch'cago men have withdrawn their in
tcrest from the ci y.
tOAL VALLEY, UiC. 14 1 1)6 peop'6
are rejiciiig to see so much snow.
Meih.nt will follow.
I he news of the rt election of W. H H
Dow as steward rf the County Farm
meets with satisfaction here
Mrs. Alexander, wife of James Alex
ander of Rurul, w:o has been at lie
hospital for three montbs, and has re
cently been B rickeD wi'h paralysis is still
alivt bui is tiearii.g htr end. She was
removed here to be looked after, as the
proper nursing could not be obtained at
Vri John S- Corns, who died on tbe
7th at her home on Rock river bottom
was a daughu-r of Robert MeQ'tatd and
was born in Henry county in 1B64 She
was raised in this village till her marrage
and since then has been living on Rock
iver. She leaves one child seven vears
of age, and a husband to mourn her Inss.
ilw had been ailing since last winter,
nen the had an a'tack of la grippe
which afterwards resulted in that
dre d disease, consumption. ' Tbe
deceased was a member of tbe Presbyier-
n church, a d was admired by her
relatives and friends. Toe foner d took
.dace on the 9.b from the residence.
S -rvices were heM Rt her borne by Rev.
'V. B MiKee ffljiatirg. The remains
were laid to rest io the Coal Ttlley cem-
ery. There wet present a large num
er of persona. The relatives and friends
oave the ampaibT of tbe community.
A Chill Enjoys
- The pleasant flavor, gentle actios and
toothing effect of Syrup of Figs, when
n need of a laxative, and if tbe father or
mother be cos ive or bilious, the most
ratifying results fo low its use, so that
is the best family remedy known, and
ver7 family should have a bottle.
Excwaloa Kates for Christmas and New
The C, M. & St. P. railway will cell
ex ursion fckets for one fare and one
t urd. Tickets on sale Dec 24th, 85th,
26 b and 81st and Jan. 1st and 2d. good
return no to and including Jan. 8d,
1893 Tickets sold within a distance of
,00 miles. B. D. W. Holmes, Agent.
Cordova, D.c. 14. The- fair whieh
was held bv the ladies of the itH soc.it-ty
of the M E cbiin h report tn? net. pro
ceeds of their efforts ;o be about $40.
The children are looking forwrd to
tbe holidij vacation of the public schools
wi'h a Brent deal of pleasure.
Quite a good many of our citizens are
contined to their homes Ot account of
bad colds, as a result of the contiauc-d
The crossing on the river is very poor
again, owing to the damp weather.
A. Yogt was visiting our business men
here on Tuesday.
Frank Hamhlin was shaking bands
with old friends here on Wednesday.
Miss Annie Sells, of St. Louis, is visit
ing her grandmoiher.Mrs Harriet Vande
George Osgo id, af Chicago, is buying
horses in this city the past few days.
A S. Haynesand H C. Taller have
commenced to buy poultry for the holi-!
lav market They report that the far
mers are holding for much higher prices, !
and that it is impossible to get great!
Quick A H.jnes report good trapping
nn stiootmg on the Dici bottoms.
Hrry E.y ws home from his work on
the rat ro-.ii few davs ast weemri Alt
Mul ery and Charles Green a few days this
Two more new members, Charles Wen
del nd S Coot were taken into the band
t tbe lst meeting.
Spoor & Storum'o, bay and straw bJ-ers.srehg-.iB
bu.y after tbe siege oi
darcp and rainy weather.
Kod Pinneo, son of D. T. Pinned", who
ia located at South Superior as a tele
graph optrator, is spending a two weeks'
vacation wi h his pnrnts. Rod is as en
terorising young mun whne presei.ee is
nailei with delight bv his old friends and
Ataletas of the Present Day.
J. E. Suiiiva". sec etary of the Ama
teur Athletic union, president of the P.
time Athletic club, and athletic editor of
the Snorting Times, writes:
' For j ears I h i ve been actively con
nected wiih athletic 8 pons, I a!wsys
found it to my dvrtntage to use Allcock's
Porous Piasters while in training, as they
quicklv remove soreness atd stiffness;
and when attacked wito any knd of
pains, the result of slight colds, I always
used Allcock's with beneficial results. I
hve noticed that most, athletes of the
present day use nothing else but A'l-
We Are Showins:-
'ideboards, Cupboards and
Dining Chairs a splendid assortment.
The Jiank of SU George, Oenua.
The Hank of St. George, of Genoa, for
700 years held an unrivaled position in tbe
world, and combined the qualifications of
the Kunk. ot England with those of the
East India company. Dnrinicall tbiseriod
it wasiu direct communication with Kng
land, and thousands of unedited documents.
tending to throw i:!it on tbe history of
commerce, are tlier-.r await iu a successor
to Kawuon Drowa. Certainly thev are as I
rich as the arc;. 'v. s of Venice, if not rich
er. Withint:. 1 1 ten years an attempt
has been u.auv . put lliem iu order, and
to index them, iiii.-tine the t;isk. There
are now 37,000 packages of pajiers datiui
from the Tenth ri til iiry to the end of the
last, each contniniui; several thousand
documents. National Review.
Itnli the Gums Well
with S.tzodont wh'-n they dont hecome
stifirgy or dettr.'-ed from tbe necks of tbe
tee'h Let 'hem bleed freely and so re
cover their tnr-e and healih. This SeZ-i-dont
is the I est reit edh'.l agent for cMs
eased gums ami terta. Try and learn.
OT. B. GRIFFIHT,
GRIFFIN & KEATING,
No. 1712 First Ave.,
Rock .'sland, III,
Practical : : :
Gms Fitting and General Jobbing.
KOISON I'HONOGKAPItS FOB SALE.
Agents and canvassers wanttd In every town
in this atate to sell onr goods. Address for par
THB NOBTH AMERICAN PHONOGRAPH CO.,
Street, Chicigo, jll
lor a I
at mil Li
Auk vour Drunrlat I
bottle of Hie U. The
non voitontniM remedy
' the unnatural dischare end
I private dieease of men and the
j debilitating weaknen peculiar
1 10 women. 11 cures in a tew
1 aayB wi noot the aid or
ipuoiicit of a doctor.
illie Lmvmai American Cure.
feanuiactur d by
a-vibe Evans Utu meal Uo." J
SPruw, NoC.O. l. CfrMji - .
write aa above ! Kytcttt ..
235 Wis. Street
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only $1. JO.
jrtuOlk-.l fail odors f.r tho hnn1korchlf
I ERrUME I ffiJ4" tur "
Ljha PtiRvf C.riiC CO. ivt;lwauket Wis.
TUTPrsTl PiflUKrBiriin Ah n
CLEAN. Don sot PTitM. PREVFD T8 STRICT UI
una (.ONOBKHa and GI-RItT la ba u foca 4
A QDlCa tUkK fnr LUDOOBilHatA ar !.' -.T".
n..B2",tT'J CatlUOtSTS. Bmilaaay liMahrBi
"Xtoi A:i'rACTt"CTo .'.in- j,5
Blankets, Comforters and Bedding.
See us for Holiday Gifts before you buy.
Prices guaranteed the lowest
Easy Payments. ,
No Extra Charge.
OHAvS. A. MECK.
322 Brady Street, Davenport, U
Open till 9 o'clock, Saturday's till 10.