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THE AimtXS MONDAY. DECEMliKH 19, 1802.
object lesson is sometimes given without intent.
should keep posted where they can buy Groceries the cheapest, as many
dollars can be saved by keeping posted in prices.
L'M'k over your book account and see what you are paying for the
numerous articles you buy daily, then go to ARNOLD'S and
He has the largsxt Hud best selected B'ock without doubt in the thrae
cities. One plnce in his store is sure to convince anybody that he
cnnnos be undersold
Look for New Ad.
in this space.
1623 Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
Many New and Novel Styles. See thern.
Riding Boots, fur lined.
Houdor Slipper, eight new
Ooze Calf, Seal.
Patent Leather, Plush
and Morocco Slippers,
all colors and styles.
Pi: IAL, LADIES' DEPARTMENT.
llpa .,.., ,$4 1 Fwtjil
fOl, 303 W. Second St., Davenport.
314 BRADY STREET,
Fat,l and Wintkb Goods are uow Jn. D AVER PORT,
I Remmbr we are f hewing the larctf.f ti d mutst varied
fiortment of Domestic and Imfobted goods in th three
bmt8 made to your measure from $20 to $40; Trou
a made to your measure $5 to $18
Danoing scnooi at Turner hall evnry
A fine line of candies a'. Krell & Math's
for the holiday trade.
Christmas trees and tree ornaments, all
sizes, at Krell & Math's.
The Rick Island Count? Fir mere' In
stitute meets at Milan tomorrow.
Fine celuloid boxes, shell boxes and
satin lined baskets at Krell & Math's.
Andrew Meyers, of Lincoln, Neb., is
in the ci'y for a few days' visit with
Japanese novelties of many descrip
tions at W. H. Fluke's, 817 Brady street,
Uncommon spectacular splendors are
promised in tre forthcoming "Spider and
Eugene Burns spent Sunday in the
city He will move his family to r,
Salle this week.
Revolvers, old shoes, hogs and doss,
and all sorts of boxes filled with candies
at Krell & Math's.
While in Davenport call at Fluke's, 317
Brady strtet and see his line of Japan
ese goods. It is the finest in the three
Send your orders for game, fish lob
sters, clams, shell and canned oysters to
Hirry Smythe's, 1819 Saoond av,:nus
Painters' Union Nx. 181 gave its dance
at Turner hull on Saturday night. A
large number were present and all had a
very plenum: time.
The plow shop boys gave their an
nual ball at Roche'e hail on Saturday
night It whs largely ant tided and was
an enj.yaMe affair.
W-II. Fluke. 317 Brady street. Dv-c-rport.
bus jusi nceived a great display
of J'ipiineart goods, consisting of many
beautiful Christmas novelties.
'i he wedding of M;ss Jennie Dolly, of
this city, to Frank Uuiiid, claim ngrnt of
the Union pacific, is announce! to occur
at PeciteHo, Idanc, on Jan. 4.
Some bi.-autiful Chrisimts noveltiis in
Japanese goodB at Fluke's, 317 Brdy
street. Divcnport. Lances: display of
th'8! goods ever shown in the three
The remain- of Jackson Blackburn, the
former well known colored citizen, who
died in Chii-asjo on Tuesday, were brought
to this ci'v Saturday morning and in
terred in Cliippiinocfe cemetery.
The Clinton Age and Muscatine Jour.,
nal have both issued enlarged holiday
editions, evincing the public spirit, enter
nrise and local pride of the publishers.
They are a credit to their respective
Robert Wauner was thrown from his
cutter wi'.e riding on Third avenue yes-tt-rday
att.Tnoon and luckily was not in
jured. The harse was captured a liuie
later without hnviiig done any serious
damage to iheeleih.
The Burlington, Cedar Rapids &
Northern has opened its new extension
from Forrest City to Reynolds Iowa It
comprises the stations of Thompson, Buf
falo Centre, Germar.ia and aeynolds, the
latter being 39 miles west of F.rrest
John S. Dodge, manager of Mill C of
the Wasnfcuru Milling Co. of Minneapo
lis, is in the city and is inspecting some
mill machinery in one of the Davenport
mill made by the Barnard & Leas Manu.
fACturirgCo. of Moline. Mr. Dodge is
the guest of T U. Thomas.
M. B. Leavitt's spectacular production,
"Spider and Fiy," which will appear
here Saturday next, is one of the best
shows of the season. The company pre
senting this costly extravaganza is an en
tirely new one, aad was recruited abroad
especially for this production.
The fairy spectacular, "Snow White
and the Seven Dwarfs," will be present
ed at Harper's theatre tomorrow night
for the benefit of the Ninth street M. E.
church . The operatta will be given by
home talent and will introduce some of
the best vocal talent in the three cities.
A Cbild Enjoys
The pleasant flavor, gentle action and
soothing effect of Syrup of Figs, when
in need of a laxative, and if the father or
mother be costive or bilious, the most
gratifying results follow its use, so that
it is the best family remedy known, and
every family should have a bottle.
Dec 16-C P Ryder to A W Wads
worth, part lots 2 and 3, and tract by
metes and bounds, nwj swj 33, 18 lw,
A II Guyer to August J Johnson, lot
11, block 2. G yer's second add. Rock
E H Guyer to A K-.vanauch. lot 14,
block 3. Chikli' second add. Moline.
Dec 17 E late of Anna E Atkinson.
Inventory and appraisement bill filed and
Estati- of Gust N :l3on. Letters of ad
niiFstrati'n isii'.d to Iir.ir Nelson. Bond
fl.ed an1 approved.
E..tiite ' f John Vanderveer. Appraise
nt'.'i.t bill and widow's award filed and
Ir-e Bird of Wisdom.
An owl tat up in a hickory tree.
And paid in an Impudent man.er to me,
"Ter-noot! ter-boot! tur-hoo!"
I aaktd hur, politely,-' Von lovely old bird.
"Hare you f tbe 'Qolden Discovery' heard V
6b rofiV'd hr feathers aid spoke but a word
That dreary, moiotonona "Who?"
Dr. Price V Golden Medical Dlrcovery is a war
ranted lung, liver and blood remedy, a powerful
tonic and alterative, and a reliable vital iser for
weakpeigons; a panacea for ecrofula, hip-joint
diseases, fever sores, swelling and tumors; con
ts'nes no aUobol. and is a medicine without a
peer. There la no risk in buyir.g a guaranteed
article. Your money baek if it don't Deceit or
Kuimloe Kitten for CbrlatuuM aad New
The C, M. & St. P. railway will sell
excursion tickets for one far and one
third. Tickets on tale Dec. 24th. 25th,
28th and 81st and Jan. 1st and 2d, good
to return up to and including Jan. 8 J,
1808. Tickets sold within a distance of
239 miles. E. D. W. Holmm, Agent.
Recent Kvents Concerning the College and
Those Attending It.
Rev. N. Nordgren was a caller last
Examinations are tbe order of tbe day.
No one will be sorry when they are
William Grau is very sick with the
typboid fever. H:s father arrived Friday
morning, having been summoned by a
telegram. We wish Mr. Grau a speedy
Last Thursda? evening marked another
epoch in the social development at
Th Students' Uaion tendered a recep
tion to the members of the faculty their
families and a few selected friends. At
7:30 o'clock all assembled in tbe com
modious chapel to listen to a literary pro
gramme. First there was a musical
selection by the Augustan S:lver Cornet
band followed by an invocation by J. A.
Am'erson. Next we were permitted to
hear an addrtss by J. A Edlund. which
was followed by a siBg from the choir.
Tnen Prof. C. Mr . Foss was called upon
to respond to the first address, which he
did in bis usual pleasant way, paying sot
a few compliments to the students. &.
double quartette then rendered a song.
Prof. C. E Lindburg, of the theological
faculty, then gave a fchort address on the
subje. t. "Augutaoa College and Theolo
gical Sf-minary." He treated this subp-ct
in a way which brought forth rounds
nt applause from the audience. Ntxt
came a solo by Prof. Gr ffith. The ap
plause that followed the rendition of this
solo showed bow it ws apprtcistprt.
G K. Maik, the master of ceremonies,
invited al! to withdraw to the two semi
nary rooms, which had b' en fiUed up for
dining room", where each one was served
with rerrehmi-nts. Durine the rtK'al 'h?
halls were rebounding with music from
the b 'Cf!, nr.il two or tbrce pianos, which
were presided over by the '.".diss. A'. iU
conclusion th'i tO'iStmster thi-n an
nounced the following toasts, v'z , "The
Citv of Uo:k Island." Mayor McConochie.
"Rock I-Und nd Augu'sna College,"
Hon. Wi'l-'fitn H G si; "The Sunshine of
Col ege L'f," R;v. Dr. Marquis These
wpre promptly responded to by ihe geti
tlemei named The male quartette then
concluded the evening exercises with a
song, and all departed feeling well pleased
with the pleasure they had.
The fall term closes next Wednesday
"I used Dr Bud's Cough Srup in my
family and found its work marvelous "
No household is complete without it,
Chas. Schobert, 32 Norris St , Brdto,
We Are Showing-
SSsrl.' t JbBB..,.--ifl .-it
Sideboards, Cupboards and
Dining Chairs a splendid assortment.
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A r:.-V-c cu-c fcr Contagious
-.:v'J Voi::fr. irhcrited Scro
f'i.n r.u;I Skin Cancer.
As a twr.ic for dcilcatc Women
cr.u CMUr'.n it he 3 no equal.
Bc;. ,-.-ryty vcPtcble, is harm-
swtfr spec;? jc co.,
Drawer 3, A!;.".nta, Ca.
THE LITTLE FOLKS.
It ia the little folks that tear
down the vines saya. Solo
man. It is the little things that
count in life. It is the little
colds that count. It is sending
the children to bei with wet
feet that brings on the croup
It i" catching a little cold anrt
neglecting it that brings disnae
and sickness It is catching
sore throat and then going
about unprotected that ends in
dyprheria and death. Watch
these little sources. It does
not take much time but it is the
little safeguards that count in
the battle of life. When you
get sore throat or co;d take
Reid's (Jerman Cough ar.d Kid
ney Cure. It is the best thing
in the world for every form of
diabase hat arises from a cotd.
Statistics show that nine-tenths
of the entire human race perish
from this cause. It follows
therefore that if you will avoid
tak'i ''g cold your chances for
lon? lifn are doubled. Thii-gr-
at remedy d ea notoidy srop
ynur cugh but it restores your
circulation to its norm il condi
tion and thus enables the sys
tem to throw olF ihe malady
Get this great remedy cf any
Sylvan Remedy Co ,
i6 wTT.iiiiiwl......n.wmi si-4T-E :1
b e7o. froze wjZjfcj'.;-"- ;
Blankets, Comforters and Bedding.
See us for Holiday Gifts beforejyou buy.
Prices guaranteed the lowest
No Extra Charge.
CHAS. A. MECK,
322 Brady Street, Davenport, Ii
Open till 9 o'clock. Saturday's till 10.