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THE AKUUS SATURDAY. DECEMBER 17, 1802.
LilC'a warm felt s'ippers, wgu-
kr trice boc saie price tx.
Ls '-arm Mt t-lipper, regu
Liiric $1.00 'ale puce75c.
Ijjf k T'g iioo calf and Doug-
.gi ,. Ht. regular trio i 4U
p(,M:o;:i sW-p, r-eu'ar pnw
jl vf, sm - price S5c.
if : .t spring I e"! sli
Hy ?-'J, legu'ar price 75c--
-sJ i'rli'" ;iUC-
, i c-1 t tf on all Ms'e-
il."- i r :y noes tor
day v !v.
ri(jay and Saturday, Dec, 16th and 17th.
SATURDAY, DEC. 17.
Misses, Child's and
Ltdies finest hand turned shoes, regular
pr ce $5 .00 sale price $3.50
Ladies fine birJ turned shoes, regular
price $4 00 sale price $2 75.
Lsdies fine patent leathtr, Vmp hand
turned shoe, regular price $4 00
ale price $3.95 .
L dies fine hand turned sho-s, regular
price $3.00 and $3 50 sale ptioe $9 15.
L ('its fiDe Dono'a seved shoes,
r.yuUr price $2 25 ale price $1 9.
Ladies all slid Donijola hoes. regular
trict $1.50 sale price $1 10.
10 per c-nt off on all wsrm lined goot's,
162? Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
Many New and Novel Styles. See them.
Riding Hoots, fur lined.
IV ulur Slipper, eight new
Ooze Calf, Seal.
Patent Leather, Plush
and Morocccf Slippers,
all colors and stales.
M'lX'IAL LADIES' DEPART5IEXT.
ED ) (p
801, .MX V. Second St., Davenport.
314 BRADY STREET,
Fall and Wintkb Goods are now DAVEHPORT,
!' PfrrTor'er we lire shewing ihe Jerpt-et and noet varied
'smi uncut of ! mestio and 'm:tortej gcods in the throe
titit-a Suits mad to your meaBnre frcm 20 to $40; Troa
i mr-.rtf to your measure $5 to $12
Dancing scnool at Ti.roer hall every
A fine line of candies a' Krell & Math's
for the holiday trade.
Ci rls'mns trees and tree ornaments, all
s;Z's. at Krell Jt Math's.
Fine celuloid boxe shell boxes and
sa in lined baskttB at Krell & Math's.
Trees, dolls, dollsl toys, toysl noTelties
of every description at W, Trefz & Co.
A D. Huesing has some choice real
ette in various portions of the city for
Everybody can be pleased in their pur
ch-se of Christmas presents at W. Trefi
& Co .
Revolvers, old shoes, bogs and dogs.
an d all snrts of boxes filled with candies
at Krell & Math's.
Tnere will be a srxr.ial meeting of the
Y W. C. T. U. at 4:80 p. m. Monday in
me i. m. kj A., rooms.
Send your orders for game, fish lob-
S'ers, clams, shell and canned oysters to
turry smytne's, 1818 Second ftvauue
The famous play, "Monte Ciiato," wilt
be presented at the Bur is opera house
tomorrow with afternoon and evening
otrforminct s, under the direction of tte
well known &c or, Fred Pelton.
The breach of the peace case growing
of the assault with a whip by J S.
Tempiiu on Rev W. K Berry, on tne
streets cf Dav. n port, as amicably ad
jiihted before going into court, Mr.
leaipiin apoiot'iiiniz aad paying the
cos s of the case
E t Murrin h-s arranged for a fitMnu
h-etvacce of tte first anniver-Hry of the
p ning of bis new r uiidina,2100 Fourth
.vetiUf , ou Saturday tv.nin? An eUb-
rie 1 nch will lie pervert, including:
urhey und oy:ers, and a gen-rl in
vitation is xtcrid"fl by Mr. Murrin to
he public 'o HH'tkp of hi hospitalities.
At M unt Z on, prearbtng by Rtv. C
Lnrili r, ot St, L mis. Mornini; sufcj ;ct,
"Kor he Lw Unving a Shadow of Woo
Tiiins to Come."
AttreCeD'ral Prf-sbyterian, services
an u-Uhl. pr aching by the pastor. Rev
John II. Kerr. Morning tut j-ct, "To
nit Purpose is this Whu ? ' Sundv
school at 11:45 a.m. Y.P.S C.E.i.t 6:45
at the United Presbyterian, preaching
by the pastor. Rev. H. C. Marshall At
1(1 45 . m . The Midnit'ht Friend;" 7 8l
p.m., - Z'.Turbabl, the Buiidir." Sunday
school -i a.m. iourg t eopis a meet-
itg at 6:45 p.m.
At Hie Co.isiian, services 10:45 a. m ,
7:'i0 iud p ni . rondueltd by the pastor.
itieKi-v T V. (irnfion Mormne sub
j ct, "The World as Christianity Would
Alake It. bvning, ''Christ Dealtnu
vnb Doubt." Siiuosy school a 9:15 a
tn. I I' S U b.. at 0:3U D m.
First Methodist, II v. F W. Merrell,
S'or. Prtachins a. 10:45 a. m. and
7:80 p. m Morning sut'ifct. "3elfl-h
-lit;in the Peril ;f tee Church."
E?-niig, "The Butle uf the I's." Sun-
v scrio 1 8' 9 30 . m. Young Peooh-'s
meeting at 6:30 p. iu.r .. J,:"-f?-
A itje Broalwiy Presbyterian, Rrv
W. S. Mmqu's. pastor. Servicvs at 10:45
in and 7:30 : m. Morning theme
Fr m brab m o Christ, or the Hand
of G.d in the History of Israel." Even
in "A Christian Wht NexiT" Youni
(wople's meeting at 6:45 p. m. Sunday
school at 9: 0 a m Dr. J W. Siewart.
hupenntenent. South Park Sundi
school at 2:30 p. m.
At the First Biptist, preaching by the
p.su.r. Rtv C. E Taylor, Ph D Sub
j ct for morning. "Who is the Wicef
Kvemng, " temperance synday school
t 9:15 a. m., C L. Williams,, superm
tendent. Young people's union at 6:30
V. m , leader. Clarence Spulding. Sun .
day school in the Forly-fouriti street
chapel at 8 p. m , F. 31. Sinnet, (super
intendent. Gospel service in the chapel
in the eeniag, conducteJ by young
At Trinity church. R-v R F. Sweet,
rfctor Sunday school at 9:15 a. m.
Matins, s rmon and celebration at 10 4
a m. Even song and sermon at 7:30
At Trinity chapel. R v R. F Swe,
rector, eyen song and Sunday school at
8:30 p m
H m spa
A Child Xnjoys
The pleaasnt flavor, gentle action and
soothing effect of Sjrupof Figs, when
in need of a laxative, and if the father or
mother be cos'ive or bilious, the most
gratifying results follow its use, so that
it is the best fsmi'v remedy known, and
every family should have a bottle.
Sons of V.terans.
Last evening Morris camp. Sons of
Veterans, elected officers aa follows:
Commander H P Cosner.
Senior Vice Commander J. T. Camp-
luuior Vice Commander William F.
Guns Council J. Decry L'dders, F. C
Bmei.wy, Jolin Ricrk.
I)jleeate to i ie State Encampment
Joiin Ria k.
At'etDi'.i; J M. Kissed den.
Iafta 1'Dg Officer Jm's B. Lidders
THn ana Now.
In Mcient oajsfor my d ill,
W ae1 to t&ks a hig bio pU!.
tl did so sarely ter aod grtpa,
W fait for pargatorj ripe.
To 'ay. whentdck, w tat Dr. Pierca'a Pioaot
talieie.. They u g-m'y atriat orstroagly
enthartic, aaoording to aia of doa. Ciri sick
hMdactie, bilipos haadache, eoBrtipetlon, iodl
se tioii, biliuus attacks audaU Oerarg" meots of
tbe ll Tor, stomacb and bowels. Pot up in !',
bermatlaally Mkle t, bence alnays f reU sad r
IlubV. Paraiy vagetable, tbey opeme without
lturbuBe9 to the stein. diet or oacapatioa.
aold hy drueeict. at n cnt a al.
Jixaurstoa Kat fur ChrisSaa mnd M.w
The C. M. & St. P railway will eeii
; excursion tickets for oue f;;r? acd one-
third. Tickets on sale Dec. 24tb. S5th,
: 28. h and Slat and an. 1st and 8d, food
j o return tap to and including Jan. SJ,
! 1SJS. Tickets sold within a distance of
i 83) miles D. W. HoutBa. Agent.
The entertaining frury spectacular,
"Snow While and ths Sev?n Dwrfi"
is to be preseo'ed n Utrjer's tt-.ei-. r
next Tuesday uigui by local laleaf;r
tbe benefit of the Ninth, street M. .
church. The story is of the beautiful
princess, condemn' d to 5y her i ;ai
ous stepmother, her wanderinge through
storm and dangers, guided by angels to
a safe home at last with the seven little
men of the mooitains Her retreat is
discovered by the queen through the
migic mirror's revelation; th qnren e
ires from a witch to find and pr son 8now
Wbite by means of a poisoned apple.
Toe prince, aided by Capid and fairies,
finds her before the burial and restores
her to life. Then comes a grand Qua e
ot wedding festivities, punishment of
queen, etc. There will be very fine
music, beau'iful costumes and excep
tionally fine transformations and tab
leaux. The music will be given the best
rendition by leading talent of the tri
cities. Mrs. Z-lla Frith, pupil of Mar
chess of Paris, and now of the cathe lral
choir in D.-tvenport will be heard for the
first time in Rrk Island, and proba'ih
to beit advantige in the importaut part
she takes. Miss Schueler, a i.opul&r
contralto of the same city, will grace tbe
occasion by Ler presonc;. Miss Coyne
and Messrs.. Y'n Duei ard Buhemore of
Rock Island are too well and too favor
ably krntwn to need special c iair.n nl.
Suffice it to sav, tuat in the kading roles
which they enact will t e renin: d all thai
could be desire 1. Miss Coyue is Snow
White, with her clear soprano voice will
prove a charming favorite.
Dec 15 Peter l Verdetem to AMj;-
C Childs, 4 t-t" l"t It), block 11, Childs'
Secon '. add. M. lti.e, $40
StepLen F Odel! to N J Biaekman. eSO
feet lot 4, block 2, Healey s sub-d.v.
Richel Enois t T C Nutter, lots 8 and
9. block 3. r.iwnof Hiilsdi e 600.
C L Morgan to Minnie S Allen. p :tt
lot 3, bl.ck B, Wood's Second add. Mo-
Dec. 16 Aloption of Francis W
Reedy. Letters of adoption issued to
Francis H and b trail A Manning.
E-tate of John Frohboese. Pttition
for letters of administration filed Bnd
filed and approved ar.d lelttr of admia
istration issued to Emma M . Frohboes.
We Are Showing-
only $2.50. p
Athletes or the Precntl)r.
,f. E Sulliva", sec etary of the Ama
teur Athletic union, president of tr-e Pis-
time Athletis club, and athletic edvor of
the Sporting Times, write:
"For '.ears I have t ein actjv.lv c.;n
nected wih athletic sports, I always
found it to my dvunts?c to use Aiic k'
Porous Piasters while in training, as they
quickly remove soreness and stiffness
and when attacked wttt. any k-nd of
pains, tbe result of slight colds, I always
used Ailcock's with beneh."iHl results I
have notice.l that inns', athletes ot tbi
presen day uie nothiL else but All
A Uviug Electric Cattery.
One ot the must wonderful fish that fre-
ouents Aaieriuta waters is the torpedo
raj, order raiito, family torpedinidts, a
denicea of the deep, often found on our
eastern, coast, especially along that portion
Ot it extending from South Carolina to
Key West. The electric apparatus or bat
tarv of the torpedo is his sole defense, and
three who have come in contact with it
when In good working order say that it is
all aumcaent. Naturalists compare tbe
electric organs of tbe torpedo to the artifl
ofal voltaic pile. They consist of two series
of layers, eaob oomirased of a multitude of
hexagonal cells, the space which inter
venes being filled wiVh a jellylike sab
stance, so that the cells may properly be
compared to a leydi;u jar.
Ench fuil grown Sab carries 480 of these
electric bat Ulrica, the combined force of
which is eq uai to tbe power stored in fif
teen Leyden jars. la other words, there
are about S.GoU square incnea or tbe crea
ture'a body charged with electricity to the
very highest degree. The upper aide of
this animated battery is positive and the
lower neeatire, the power to nse the bat
terr being in full ooatrol of the flsb. St
Bab the ttuut Well
with Sosodont when they dont become
spongy or detached from tbe necks of tbe
tee'h. Let them bleed freely and so re
cover their tone and health. This Scio-
dont is tbe best rxmedial aeent for dis
eased gutiis and teeth. Try and learn .
ideboards, Cupboards and
Dining Chairs a splendid assortment.
1 w m 1 ii' 1 1 wr l I .
swing and '
B style of
The luixeal 11ml oldest che.-st.nut iree in
the world suiuiis at the loot of Mouut
Etna. It i feet ill cireuuifereuue auil
is kuown to be at least J,0tX) years old.
Addison wrote his essays in The Spec
tator to be nd at tbe tea tables of t'.ie
upper classes, ai.d attempted by this means
to improve the co-jUitiou of society.
"I used Dr Cull' Cough 8j nip in my
family and found its work mhrve!ou6."
No household is complete without it
Chas. Scbobtrt, 32 Norris St . B ilto,
I had a malignant breaking out on my 1-:
ilow the knee, and wascured sound and vi: '.
two and a half bottles of KtJi.?
'Jthur blood medicineahad failed f'J-J
j do ma any pood. Will C. Heaty,
i -was troubled from chlldhond with an a
r - vritpd catw of Tetter, and three bottl'.ji 1
X. i."wt"i.'"2 cvrad ms puimiiiiently.
:tr bsok on Blood and Skin Diseases maiU
-t Swrrr Sr ursrs) Co- AUacts. r.a
k . a. - LM w
Blankets, Comforters and Bedding.
See us for Holiday Gifts beforeyou buy.
Prices guaranteed the lowest
No Extra Charge.
CHAS. A. MECK,
322 Brady Street, Davenpoit, I
. Tklbphonk 421
Open till 9 o'clock. Saturday's till 10.