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THE AH GUIS, TUESDAY. PECEMJiEK 20. 1892
Kid glove at the London.
Silk vtsts at the London.
Neckwear at the London .
Bathrobes at the London.
DreMtng rooms at the London.
Silk suspenders at the London.
Smoking jackets at tbe London.
8now White" at the theatre tonigo'.
Dried Deachei. 13lc at Drifflll &
Lima beans, 10c a quart at Dnffl'.l
Gleira'a. . ' .'
Oransrt. 15 to 40c a dozen at Drifflll &
13c ice wool at Mclntire Bros., 7 ts
A big job of toys just received at the
Dancing school at Tamer hall Wedaes
Dominoes 3 cents this evening at the
W. 8. ridcock. or Cordova, wan in
Get ybnr Christmas rockers at G O
Three dollar accordions for t3 eent t at
Don't forget the great kid glove sals at
A. nice assortment of sideboards a. G,
Dancing school every Wednesday night
at Turner ball.
. William Moore, of Coal Valley, vu in
the city today.
Ice wool, 13c a box at Mclntire Bros
Accordions from 20 cents to1Scnta
at the Columbia.
Bay yoar wife a nice extension tabic at
Q. O. Huckstaedt s.
A fine line of candies at Krell & Ma ,h'i
for the holiday trade.
Kid clove sale at Mclntire Bros.' this
evening. Buy early.
Christmas trees and tree ornaments, nil
8' its, at Krell & Math's.
The Columbia has many fancy ariides
ia chics ware. See them.
D. A. H&larke?, of Port Byron. w3 in
the city today on business
Beat goods at lowest possible price at
Gall's, 1815 Second avenue.
Dried nectarines and pc&rs, 12; a
pound at Drittill & Gleim's.
Watch for tbe specials each ever.iog
this week at McCabe Bros.'
Charles Jamicson, of Peoria, ia tbe
gueet of friends in tbe city.
Fred A. Uetcl went up to Chicago lt.st
evening for a few djs' stay.
ABC blocks 2 cents this evening froai
6 to o'clock at tbe Columbia.
When looking for pictures call at M
Lee Onlt's, 1815 Second avenue.
ine Jiauacw uemiey bencQL b&li at
Armory hall on Friday evening.
"Sno White and the Ssven Dkaz,
at Harper's theatre this evening.
H. C. Dawes came down from Chict.o
yesterday on busiuesR in the city.
Wednesday night at McCabe Bros,
i adits' biitck hare muffs. 23o apiece.
Dr. George Merry man, of Iowa City, is
gteeiing uock ltlanrt Trends today.
X.X Mayor Henry Carse left last night
ior unicago on a short business trip.
Fine ceiuloid boxes, shell bnxea anl
satin lined baskets at Krell & Math's.
r . ,
vjueapeai piace in me city to buy rai
sins and currants, at Driffl.l & G.eim's
Lrge nested blocks sold by others it
a cents, our price 25 cents. Columbia
uo lod.i. unons ana leave your
Measure far a suit or overcoat at reduced
hi. u. uoicomo, oi juuncie, ma., u in
the city, spending a few days with
More neckwear to select from at the
lionaon than all the stores combined ia
Revolvers, old 6hoes. hogs and dog n,
and all sorts of boxes filled with candies
at Kxeu & Math's.
rortne next three days all fur good i
win oo soia at iu per cent discount at
Bennett's glove store.
Fred Hass has returned from a busines.i
and pleasure trip to Minneapolis and
other northern cities.
For the next three days all fur good i
will be sold at 10 per cent discount at
uenneu s gioye store.
Dixon, the tailor, has am over stock o'
winter goods. Leava yoar order with
him at reduced price j.
Mrs. T. Davidson left yesterday tc
spend the holidays with friends at her old
home in Cedar Rapids.
For the next three days all fur goods
will be said at 10 per cent discount at
Bennett's glove store.
Mrs. Richard Terrell and chitdrei
leave tomorrow morning for Tnscumbia,
Ala . to spend the winter.
Special tonight at MeOahe Broa. Leon
Maugenet & Co. 'a bulk par fames go at lOt
per oe. Bring your bottles.
, Howard Welta ia entertaining her
lady friends at a reception at her home
on Sixth avenue this afternoon.
Owing to the over stock of f winter
good J.T. Dixon will make you a snit
or overcoat at reduced prices.
Tonight at McCabe Broa.' all of Leon
Maugenet Oo.'a Uw bulk perfumes at
10c per ounce. O pen e votings.
Dr. Myers baa moved bit family into
his'new residence, 2623 Moline avenue.
Office as before over Krell Maths'.
George Olin. stepson of Frank Mullerv.
of Cordova, had the misfortune to frac
ture bis leg while coasting yesterday-
Many took advantage of the excellent
sleighing last night, a laree number of
parties being out in all kinds of sleighs.
This evening Mclntire Bros, will sell
ice wool 13c a box. One hundred boxes.
black and eream, will be sold at that
The Misses Nellie Barnhart and Hattie
Dryden are home from school at Kncx-
ville. 111., to spend tbe holidays with
Don't forget that I am in town with as
pretty a line of Xmas goods as you would
care to see at M. Lee Gait's, 1815 Second
Party slippers We have a word to say
about them. We are headquarters for
mem, ana can suit tne most fastidious,
Christmas pointers Bay your slippers
at the Boston. Slippers for old and
young. You will find some big birgains
i mm now on.
Send your orders for game, fish lob-
sicrs, ciams. eneu aod canned ovs'-cis to
Harry Smythe's, 1819 Second avenue
Now Martin Weinberger wishes to an
nounce that he is not in on tbe propose!
new consolidation tf the ice companies in
ui vnrre cities.
R. Weyerhauser entertained a party of
irienas at me toooggan at Black Hawk
Tower last night, a very pleasant time
oeingnaa oy au.
Gentlemen Buy your wife a pair of
nanasome slippers for bonse or evening
wear, ana ene win appreciate her Christ
mas gift. The Boston.
Mrs. M. C. Hcffrna leaves tomorrow
morning for Cold water. Mich., to sriend
the holidays, when she will go east to re
main aunng the winter,
Joseph Philkiil, a lortg.time resident of
uoraoya, is reported at the point of
death. His son, Thil Pailkill. has been
telegraphed for from California.
1 be beautiful oneratta, Sanw White
and the Seven Dwarfs," will be presented
at Rimer's theatre tonicht for the benefit
of the Ninth street M. E. church,
"The Duchess" sounds nice, does'ntit?
Made of black suede, for house or even
ing wear; its iust the thing for ladies
Dceumg a Diaca supper. The Boston
J. V. Li.cy, who has been identified
with the wholesale grocery trade in this
locality for several years past, goes on
mo rnaa again Jan. 1 in the interests of
twrk s soap.
Thursday evening at McCabe Bros
a.nai. Virginia s atones, a big juvenile
oooa. ion pases, goes at ec. Same even
ing one cse (1(X pairs) grey bed blanfeets
at oc a pair.
The Young Men's Stevenson club has
an important meeting at its rooms to
night, at which every member is request
ed to le present as business of impor
tance will come up.
(jrilbert Siurray, opposite Spencer
pquare. win serve an epicurean lunch to
bis friends on Christmas eve and tbe
Monday following. I; will be one of the
finest and he invites all of bis friends :o
The friends of Eiwar.i Leins. formerly
connected with tbe U. S. acd Adams Ex
press companies hem, arc making an eN
fort to hive him appointed agent of the
latter company here in place of G. W.
Stansberry, promoltd to the L Crosse
A. J. Soland.roadmaster of tbe C, B.
& Q., arrived boms yesuriay Irom a
four weeks' visit to Texas and Louisiana.
Mrs. Soiand, who accompanied him,
stopped for a short visit at Joliet and
111 I 1 m . .
win ue uume inursciay. the pres
arctic weather strikes Mr. So'.and rather
forcibly, as he saw home grown potatoes
and strawberries in New Orleans last
uec. IV jsatate or Uharles E. Smith
Will presented for pro
R A Smith to Emil and Alhin Dahl-
heim. lots 9, 8. 4 and 5. blork 8. Moline
Heignts add. Sou h Moline. f 1.200 .
v A Wiggins to A E Scott, lots 4
Richard Hill's sub dir. Bills lain. 9350.
Jacob Stewart to Peter Walstrand. lot
3. block 1, Stewart's add. South Moiine,
Frances Black to Fred Wecdoll, lots
and 16, black 15. Original Town of
17 Hezkiah Ohaver to William Y
Milstad. ij sJ. 10 16 2 w. $8,800
Nofl.iwery rhetoric can leTI the merit
of Hood's Sarsaoarilla as will s the
cures accomplished by ibis excellent
The father of Horace was a slave, after
ward a f rvedman who devoted his time an 1
means to tbe education of his gifted son
Tested and Approved-L M. Littig, Eeq.
1'rcs t Marine IS at I r ank, Baltimore, MJ.
says: "I have used Salvation Oil and
nnd it sn excellent remedy for neuralgia
Keep it in your family ."
?OB RKNT A FURNISHED ROOM. APFLT
1918 Tbird Avenue.
IHK DAILY AKQCS DSLtVEKKD AT YOUR
door yverreToni Tig for HStc per week.
UTANTED-THREE OR POUR ROOMS SUIT
TT able for llRtat honcekeepiiK', either npetairc
or aown. Aiaren v," ert! or im arocs.
WANTED TO RKNT A HOUSB ONNINK
teenth. Twentieth or Twentr-first ctreets and
eonth of Seventh avenna. PosnessloD wanted by
Feb lot. Apply.by letter, givlop lociiion to D, cart
J. E. Montrose, Mnager.
Ladies' and children' holiday puctoraine.
SATUkDaY, DEC. 24.
The Famous, Glorious
SHIR and FLf
With ii world of fetnro ! New la every fceme
me world laipue.
A TRULY MAJESTIC PRODUCT.ON.
4 T T The roaffUflccnt scenery
(II I The gorpeons cos tnnies
II I I 1 be dflKzling a'Tnori
rt I i I jThebenttrul bull i'ii
The Enromnn sn cialtit-8
The artistic company
Attended by the elite of every city. i'nMtively ro
Bny ieat how and avoid the rn-h iht i h.mnd
Entire lnw, r floor $1.00.
TirM three row, r,1corTtv.
Halcony Ar. "
jj if! 2S m
THE RIVERSIDE 0AE
will keep fire all night, with soft coal;
will not gas or era-ike; heavy steel body;
large ash pan. Call and examine this
wonderful stove sold by
New styles of
Here Is the greatest offering
ever made in this vicinity
A belated invoice of kid
gloves arrived last Satur
day night should have
been here long ago for holi
day trade. Somebody must
pay for the delay. That
somebody is the firm that
delayed the goods. You
will make money as they
must be sold this week.
f about cost won't sell
them we don't know what
will. Here they go Only
one more -week before
Christmas you know.
' lengths, colons '
Lot 2-Biarritz sued
.... lengths, colors,
Lor 3-Fo8tor 5hk
black and colors.
;One pair or 1$.
pair, we don't rj.
many yon take
If so yon win Eo
your pnrt ha?in- ;
giae iO a m MwkJ
Are surprised to find
so many nice Christ-I
The best the r
.affords and pf;
J. E- Montrose. V.n jcr.
Tuesday Evening, Dec. 20.
A FMry Spectacular Operetta in fix actf, arr ng
ed Mtir Helen Ttipp, D'rector, entjt!ed
For the benefit of the Korth rtrer t
at. K. cbarch.
General admiwion 35eent, Ch ildrsr!.
Kccrre(J et SOe.
Proof of death
bate. Deposition of Joseph B. Oaklcaf,
one oi the subscribing witnesses to
taKen in prool or execution thereof.
ueaimus protestation issued to clerk of
district court of Arrapahoe countv. Col
to take deposition of J. D. Metz;ar. the
oiner suoscnoing witness to will
Kstateof Catherine Bendle. Deposi
lion or William M. Twice in Droof of
execution or win of deceased taken. Will
ftamuted to probate .
J&sia'eor reter Kick. Letters of ad
ministration issued to Catherine! Kirk
uoma Died and approved.
estate oi Michael Keinhart. Inventor
filed and approved. Administrator a re
port Died and approved
unardiansmp of minor heirs of Thnmaa
iiavia. Cratrdian s report filed and
w or iieoecca waab. Bond of
o. rettii as executor Bied and approved,
ana imiera lestamentarf issued to him.
Jfistate of John O. Mueller. Reliav
quMtment and seleetioa of fasnflv noon
specific allowance filed aad aom-overf
and order turning over Drooertv mm
17 J H Tounc to WiUiaaa rVaum.
berg, lota 4 aad 8. block S. EUaley's first
maa, amoiine, J.UU.
William Uen sen here tt u ta J n
xocng. part lou 1 and 4. block 2. Ed
wards' first add. Molia. lnt 1 1 ki.v
Bailey Davenport's second add. Moline."
J H Toanc to Henrv Benaenhorir lnt
, mock o.ueaiev s nrst add. Moline.
Used in liruu V " -AaunoniajNo,
Burtis Opera House,
abtbbkoox ire vrea.
Sunday, Dec. 2th.
A . J. Tear job's big realistic production,
TAB MI1MT MM.
A car load of tcenery, a grenaine Are r(r n.
Two -Snperb Uorers Two.
See the beaatiful bring sUtoe clock, the Brook
lyn bridge at night, the reyolviog engine honre,
the ihsrk ran draw bridge.
The original New York cast. Bverythiiie
ncw this aeaeon.
Sale Friday Pec. 23d, at the Opera Boose.
D. ROY BOWLBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always mi hand the (Inert brands of domestic
and imporvd cicara. All brands o tobacco.
The too re of all '.he ball games wi" j rewired
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1908 Second Avennr.
Our stock of Holi
is now complete.
Ye good f:
are still ir,
LLOYD & STEWART Lead the T;
Special Holiday Slipper Sal
We have the Largest Line of Holiday Surm
cci upcueu in hub cuy. Ijook at tne prices: v.
69c, 7Sc, 89c, 98c, $1.29 and $1.48. It will pay p.
to lay in a year's supply during this sale, and :
make it a Holiday advertisement we will give :
every pure aser of a pair of shoes a beautiful to
let of the Presidents of the United States.
FAMOUS SHOE STORE,
108 W. 3d near Brady Davenport,!
Gk L.WTNES &i
To save from ,
On an Overcoat
' ' : ; -.-.'if
-t ;: T-...Y H .
For your Boy
Of those suits
M. & K. have placed
On sale at
lilk Plush CapU
Can please p