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THE AHGUS, F1UDAY, DECEMJ5EH 16. 1892.
Nye and Burbank tonight.
Nye and Burback sonight.
Nye Hi d Burln:ck toniabi.
Nye ani B'iriuink '.oniebt.
Nve and Burbnnk tonight.
Nye bu(1 Burbank tonight.
NjC utd BnTb nk tocii tit.
Nye and Barbaric terjight.
Nye arid Burtmnk to luht.
Ne aod Burbank tonight.
Plow shop boys' ball tonight.
Oysters ana celery at Arnold's.
Open crenicgs at McCabe Bros.
Oysters and celery at Souder & Son's.
Home-made mince meat at S, mmeri'.
Dressed chickens and duels at Long's.
Sweet potatoes and cabbage at Lang's
La'lifs" Siorm rubbers for 25c al Dolly
Ltdies' .storm rubbers for 25j at Dolly
J Fresh diiry butter at Souder &
Dren?d Doultry, oysters and celery at
Dretwed turkeys and chickens at Sou
der & Son's.
Drexscd chickens, turkeys and rabbits
At 45c a pair the M. & E. are Bellini;
men r slippers.
Je seysw e' p ia 0 s. epinige acd cab
hutie at Arnold's.
Buy a box of bin bons at Driffill &
Gnem s tor (JhriBtmas.
Iler Chri-ttmHS present, a nice sideboard
froic 0 O Ilucks'.a'.dt.
Bananas, oranges, eating apples and
graphs at Souder & Son's.
Compare slippers prices at the M. &. K.
with those of other dialers.
Nice oranges, tangerines, malaga and
cauwrta grapes at Arnold's.
Florida oranges, bunanas, 6ga, dates,
nuts ar.d candies at Long's.
Malaga grapes and choice Florida
oranges at Drimll & Glicm s
Tiie plow ehop boys' ball occurs at
Roche's ball tomorrow night.
M.&K. annual slipper sale presents
gome very interesting features.
Lidies, don't fail to attend the special
sb:e sale Saturday at the Boston.
Special sale of books this evening
from 7 till 9 o'clock at McCabe Bros.
Trees, dolls, dolls! toys, toys! novelties
of every description at VV, Trefz & Co.
All kin is of Xnas goods at lowest
prices. M. Lee Gait, 1815 Second ave
nue. Sea's will he oc sale in the gallery for
the Nye-Burbank lecture tonight for 25
Everybody can be pleased in their pur
chase of Christmas presents at W. Trefz
Chrislma oti"ht to bring her a Bissel
carpet sweeper. Buy it at G. O. Huck-
Mrs. J. M. Buford left for Chicago this
morning to visit her daughter, Mrs. R,
The grand ball of the plow shop boys
occurs at Roche's hall next Saturday
Christmas candy sold cheaper al
Dr. (fill & Gliem's than any other place
in the city.
Attend the first annual ball of the
painters' union Saturday evening at
Go where the crowd goes this evoning,
either to hear Bill Nye or to the special
sale at McCabe Bros.
Tonight from 7 till 9 o'clock silk em
broidered chiffon handkerchiefs 10c
apiece at McCabe Bros.
First annual ball of the Rock Island
painters' union will be held at Turner
hall. Saturday. Dec. 17.
Special shoe sale. Ladies' $2 25 shoes
go at $1.03 and $1 50 shoes go at f 1.10
tomorrow. The Boston.
Ladies' dongola kid button hand turned
tipped or plain shoes $2-50. worth from
f 3 50 to f 4 00 at Dolly Bros'.
City Electrician W illiam Dickman, who
has been ill with typhoid fever for some
time, is reported in a precariouB condi
tion. A merry Christmas will be here if it
brings a nice desk, rocker, ccuch or a
fine bed room suite from G. A, Huck
staekt. The reserved Beat sale for Snow White
and the Seven Dwarfs open at the Harper
house pharmacy tomorrow morning at 9
The full rehearsal of Snow White and
the Seven Dwarfs operetta occurs at
Harper's theatre tomorrow afternoon at
Harry W. Bemon, representing the
"Spider and the Fly" company, which
appears at Harper's theatre Dec. 24. is at
Yoti will never get such a chance
again to buy Bhoes cheap, as you will to
morrow. Ten percent fl on all warm
hoes also The Boston.
Well we got a little singed, but we are
till doing business at the old stand with
a fine line or holiday goods. H. Lee
Gait. 1815 Second avenue.
Catarrh in the bead is a constitutional
disease, and requires a constitutional
remedy like Hood's Sarsaparilla, to effect
Saturday only, ladies' $3 and $8 50
hand-turned shoes go at $2 35 Genuine
t5 hand-turned shoes at f 3 50. Don't
miss these soaps The B.bton.
LtJie8' dongMa kid button shoes t
'he following prices: 1 25 $150 1 65,
$1.7.'"., fl.85. S2 $2.25. 2-50 hp(1 3, nil
solid ana fresh good, at Dolly Bros".
The bridge line cars will run until af r
the holidays, it is expected now. and
Supt Scbo'.tger will btvi them f.ll pro-
vidid with stoves within a day or two.
All sizes and widths of ladies' shoes
ad vet Used for Saturday. These are
goodh carried regularly in stock, and Lot
purchased for the occasion. The Bopton.
Spc cial shoe sale. Ladies will regret it
if th.;y mits getting a pair of shoes to
morrow at this sale, as you don't get
su"h to opportunity every day. The
Bill Nye will have a crowd at 50c and
75: apiece. McCabe Bros will have a
crowd at the same time, and you can de
pend upon saving more than a dollar an
hour at this place. v
Something suitable for a lady's
preset. t at Will R. Johnson': Anice
watch a nice ring, a nice chain, spoons
of every description, silver and gold tanir
pies, lanry china rups. '
Tow nsbip Collector Georee W. Gm
t le hnt arrng d with R. A Don-Orison to
assist 3im in miking tb tax coli.-ci ...
and his office will be with that f Hurst
& Doiaklson in Masonic Temple.
Waiited A to; as an renti' e''
Must r e past 16 years of ae Sicmiv
emplovment wilt be civen to the richl
boy al good py. Call at the Rerubli
can-Journal office between 8 and 10 a.m.
Suitable presents for gentlemen at
Will F Johnson's: A nice watch charm,
a solid silver match safe, a silver shav
ing in e, a nice watch chain, a ring of
the many designs we have in stock, and
many other articles,
A tides of incorporation of the Varioty
Wood woiks were filed in the office i f
the ctunty recorder yesterday. The
capital stork is placed at $8,000. and the
com oar y which has been in operation
some time is doing a rushing business.
The Peoria switch engine pushing a
car collided with a team and wagon
owned tiv Bert R-mley at First avenue
and Seven' h 'street this morning, smash
ing the wagon nrtrl ipjurine one of th
horses, the driver, Frank D v,lc, hiving
a narrow escape.
Little else save the claim of both sides
that each is gaining ground develops in
th 'iorii Island operate rs" strike. No
difference is no ed in the running of
trains h.-re, and unless some othir move
is made by the operators there is no
prospect of any further trouble in con
sequence. E. W. Conable, manager for the Nye
Burbank combination, made Tib Aroob
a pleasant call this afternoon. Mr. Con
able was formerly in the newsnDtr tm
iness at Clinton, founded the News there
and made a succe s of it, too, just as he
is of the lecture enterprise under his
Ed Murrin has arranged for a fitting
observance of the first anniversary of the
opening of his new building.2100 Fourth
avenue, t n Saturday evening. An elab
orate lutich will be served, including
turkey and oysters, and a general in-1
vitation is extended b7 Mr. Murnn to
the public to partake of his hospitalities.
Oae barin follows another at the
crockery store this ver Those 100
piece dinner sets at $7.95, to imrnio
buyers, have ell gone; and to satisfy the
demand tor a good low priced set,
Loosley mikes an offer in bis half column
space that will strike a good many. The
item there about lamps is worth reading
The Western Seamen's Friend society
at its annual meeting at Cleveland, re
ceived a report on the proposed building
on Credit lslind, below the three cities,
and deter.nimd to raise $50,000 the
coming yei.r. It is to be given the name
Co umbian Snug Harbor, and the society
proposes to have the property enlarged
from time to time as r quired, and will
labor to secure for it an adequate endowment.
is and -will ever be the
fJotit. Influenza. Backache.
Pains In the Side, Chest and
Joints, Neuralgia, Sprains, &c.
15a lore yon need m nuy, ooiaia
tTPRFE OF CHARCE-V
the valnabls book: "Guide to Health,"witll ,
endorsements ot prommeni pcyuoiana.
17 Warren Str.
c. trui il
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i vr .v,r it ni t'r i4c Tpr wp.'K.
fORSAl K ASWl'AH-' PASO AS GOOD AS
L new, L; ilr-. hsll-. 8i5 Twi-lf 6 -tn-el.
VTAN'TED-THRES FOITH R iOIS SVIT
' Kbit- for lipht hoiiei.peiiin . either np.-tirs
orrt.wn. AJdms z. r-r or I arocb.
WtTt ATIOK VVAN TED HY A Yo.'S M AH
O r ed m n as clerk in hriiwre or renerl
..tore; 12 vRr espsriciice, Adilreei Charles
Biueluw, 15K8 Konith ve nc.
UTANTKD TO RKNT A HolM-: 11N ME
M leenth, Tw. ntt-th orTBi.;jr-"rs .iw :inrt
fonth of Si ventb avtinna Ps .'PaI-.h whmU'4!
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XV ANTE ED -A PISIVION' A ((!; K AS
ceiural boupe cir , V. imr v.i is williiii: fo
rk f r h-r In. .rd an I Tri.
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
will keep flr all t-int with soft coal;
will not gs or m -!ti : !eTy su-iA body;
ure ath (an. Osii and ezirnine this
wonderful stove sold r-y
mnfic An(ire v l ' ni i m- e i
O - TO fit) PER DAY AT !I VK. SEL: ING 1
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w ' idiy in uur, i rnt'-r ' f rri'iii jrwnn.
aTcht, tal'v.arf. &c, Piac tbi Gnuft of jew
f"r co'wi Hr- ;rH. k:nii,i uii'ial, wi'h told
fril't o- nicfee: So ox(rienre n rital.
Kvcrv i:a irxi.l? needing' iiutine
iew sivies 01
Last Klchf Flr.
A fire alarm turned into the depart
ment shortly after 1;30 o'clock this morn
ing brought the Centrals to the new sta
tionery store of M. Lee Gait on Second
avenue where a fire had originated under
a stairway ii the front of the cellar.
The room above was so filled with smoke
that it was difficult to get at the fire but
it was fiaaly located and extinguished
The department responded in g' od time
and the dart ago to the property will be
Published on behalf of Hood's Sarsapa
rilla are aa reliable and as worthy your
onfldence us if tbey came from your
best and most trusted neighbor. They
state only the simple facts in regard to
what Hood s Bsrsapanlla has done, al
ways within truth and reason.
Constipation and all troubles with the
digestive ors ins and the liver are cured
by Hood a Fills. Unequalled as a dinner
The taxes for 1803- are now due and
may be paid to the undersigned at Hurst
& Donaldson's office in Masonic Temple
block Please bring your last year's receipt,
which will enable tie collector to ,flnd
your descriptions on the tsx books.
William J. Gamble.
The only jfrw C:
rarr. ot Tarta.. ."Powder.- NoAnjuomajNo Alnus,
Burtis Opera House,
Twc Performances Two
SUNDAY DECEMBER 18th.
The brilliant romatic actor
Mil. FI1EU FELTON
And his superb Company in a MagniflocDt Spce-
urcuMtr rrouuciion 01 ice sew
An entirely New Dramatic Version of Domi't
Immensely Popular Play.
MARVELOUS MECHANICAL EFFECTS!
THB'LLI O SER8AT10S8!
THOROUGHLY COMPETENT CAST.
Snec;al aHcntion ie called to the peorcefup
PLU H PALACE, A c at- eam'tred entirely
of the Finct r insh, and madf expn-RH j for this
company by Ournirr A Cadeanx. of Paris, at n
actual eft of $J.OOO 00 o iidvance in price!..
Sca'o sernred at the pera Iton-e. Jl.eO. 7S, 50
and 25 cent. Ladie; beet reccrved cat 5l)c. to
J. E- Mo ntrose. Manager.
Tuesday Evening, Dec. 20..
A Fairy Spectacular Operetta in six acts, arr ag
ed by Miss Helen Tripp, D'reetor, ortitld
We want to close ont every
c!oik in stock by January
ltt. To make it an induce
ment for you to buy now
Wd will deduct from the
price of wy c'oik
10 Per Cent.
That means t'oat you will
buy a $10 cloak for $ 9, a
$12 60 for 11.25. a $20 for
$18, a: d right through ihe
line in proportion. This
disroii't applies to all
cloaks except piushes,
W e find that we hav
many drees go0,iv
knife goes in L'
T ,rvt 1 i
-0 in cam I
hairs and other fab
Lot 236 iiS iu woo plail
Lot 335 in wool plaids.
Lot 452 in wool niiXfur
4 or 5 yds only for dr
Are surprised to find
so many nice Christ
House G. wjs,
i ne best the market
affords and prices the
For the benefit of the North rtreet
M. K. church.
General admission 35 cent, Children 2A.
Reserved seaw 80c
D. ROY BOEBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
.t'irft I I! ... r m".M'!(
r it: . t..
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brands of don-eo tie
and imporud eiuars. All brands o tobacco.
The score of al 'Je ball games wit' . received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1806 Second Avenue.
Our stock of Holi
is now complete.
Ye good friend
are still in the
LLOYD & STEWART Lead the Trade.
Special Holiday Slipper Sale.
We have the Largest Line of Holidat Slippers
ever opened in this city. Look at th prices: 43
69c, 78c, 89c, 98c, $1.29 and $1.48. It wiil pay you
to lay in a year's supply during this sale, and to
make it a Holiday advertisement we will give to
every puic aser ot a pair of shos a b-antif ul boeti
let of the Presidents of the United States.
FAMOUS SHOE STORE,
108 W. 3d near Brady Davenport, Iowa..
Gk L.WYNES & CO.
MagrLmoent Tixxo ofFine
Which we have heretofore sold from $1650 to $19.50 we shall place on sale this morning at
This lot, although small quantities, and the sizes being somewhat broken, is positively the best val
ues eyer offered this season-nothing to compare with them anywherenot a coat in the outfit but
w hat is worth and has been selling at $1650 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 Hoi i in Rock Island County, 1729 2d ave., 116 to 122 19th st
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