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THE-AKGUS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMKEllzl. 1892.
Altam sale Columbia.
Sed the Columbia sate. '
CioUx books at Taylor's.
Album sale at the Columbia.
Kead the Columbia album sale.
to!l cabs all prices at Taylor's.
Soy your toys at the Columbia.
3&V your toys at the Colombia.
Bihkst Biblesl Bibles at Taylor's.
Toy books, a nice line at Taylor's.
"Souse swings 35 cents ai hoW.
fountain and gold pecs al Taylor's.
Garnet! Games! Games at Taylor's.
Borne made mince maat at Summers'.
Opera glasses, a fine Jine a Taylor's.
P-.ctuivs and easels cheap at Taylor's.
Ctiristmas trees at Brooks & Thiermau.
Pocket knives and scissors at Taylor's
Folding tables, lap boards, at Taylor's.
Albun i, albums, cheap at the Colum
Sosicbxes, 50 cents to $15 at Tay
aea-ierade at Tunic hall Carislmas
But your daacin i slippers at 8chnei
Tocket books and card cases at Tay
shirts. (lo?es, mittens,
i. & S.
Attend the bis; album sale at the Co
Another lot of furs at Lloyd
Sold pen, pearl holder and box f 1.65
Leave your order for Christmas at
THocins; scho 1 at Tarnsr hall Wedncs
David Mjrdock. of Eiiii, was m the
ipar j iwelrf , latest novelty, ai Lloyd
IS cools Ice wool at Mcl.-itire Broe'.
Ice wool at Mclntire Bros', this even -13
"dancing school every Wednesday night
a Turner hull.
Bay your party slippers a. Schneider's
ensh shoe store.
All bound for the Columbia to attend
'Ac f.lbuiu tn!e.
Wiih tai-h air tun one pound of shot
S'ee at Taylor's.
Ti"- albums at the Columbia are
'j-car Apoe!qu;gt is home from Chicago
'f-t the U!idys.
Nice Christmas candies and nuts at
roois & Tniermau.
World's Fair views, latest in jewelry,
: Lloyd & 8tewrt's.
The faculty of Augustan collccc d:nes
at the Harper tunigui.
The ft tat party slippers in the cilv at
.Vnacidr a cash store.
Great bargains to be found all along
;hf: lice at the Columbia.
McCabe Bros, expect to see you in the
9 CTd at their store tonight.
BBt eooils at lowest possible prices at
Oalt'g, 1S15 Second avenue.
Silk hone, smnkiag jackets, house
gowns at Lloyd & Steward's.
Grand Christmis eve masquerade at
Tarwr hall on Ba'urday night.
Arsyou one of the lucky onea that
lughtkid gloves at Mclntire'sT
When looking for pictures call at M.
i.e Gait's, 1815 Second avenue.
Don't forget the grand masquerade at
Turner hall next Saturday night.
Pine celuloid boxes, shell boxes and
a&tia lined baskets at Krell & Math's.
There's no use talking. Llovd &
Jiesart have the Christmas novelties.
Just received 140 dozen of toys and
&ey mast go this week at the Columbia.
wim luuinln In U n .1 . , - - ,1 Vltt
98BV at Harper's theatre Baturdav niehTrA citizen of D.venport
two old horses nvr hci
him Kc worthy is home from school
i Ann Arbor to spend hi holiday vaca-
This e7eniDg. 7 to U, Mclntire Bros
will sell luO boxes ot ice wool at 13
The greatest album sale ever known in
me history of this city at the Columbia
4 is week.
Tea per cent discount on silver novel
ties ai Will R. Johnson's for tue next
Ten per cent discount on silver novel
lies at Wll It. Johnson's for the next
Ten pur cent discount on silver novel
ties at Will R. Johnson's fur the next
Don't fail to secure som of the big
&areains in kid gloves at Mclntire Bros.'
it ial sale.
L B. Deforest, a prominent citizen of
Iforth Henderson, was in the city yes
4y on business.
Clark Buford has returned from school
at Champaign to spend tue midwinter
Revolvers, old shies, hogs and dogs,
Md all sor of oxei filled with candies
Krell & Math's.
W. L. Eysier leaves tomorrow night
lor Crete, Neb, to spend the holidays
-with his parents.
at McCabe Bros.
Miss Carrie Bauer came down from
Chicago to attend the funeral of little
Boy an album at the Columbia for half
the price yon would have to pay at any
other place in the city.
Pictures, easels, clock, silverware, at
C. A. Meck'e. 322 Brady street, Daren-
pc rt. Easy payments.
Albums, clocks, parlor lampa cheap.
Ettsy payments at C- A. Mock's, 823.
Biady street, Davenport.
Mrs. 8. B Stoddard baa gone to Webb
City, Mo., where she will spend the holi
day season visiting mends. '
Autograph and scrap albums zc a
pi 3ce tonight and tomorrow night at Mc
Ct be Bros'. Open evenings.
Scissors in cases, manicure sets, skates.
carvers and carpet sweepers at J. W
Stewart's. Open every evening this
C. A. Meek will deliver your goods
fr-e. will pay your car fare, will sell a
easy payments. 823 Brady street, Dav
The Rock Island & Peoria railway
m -ikes the customary reduction in fares
far the holidays to points within distance
of 200 miles.
Don't forget that I am in town with as
ptetty a line of Xmas goods as you
would care to see at M. Lse Gait's. 1815
A train every hour to Davenport. C
A. Meek will pay the fare to all who
m ike a purohase at his store, 323 Brady
See the nice albums the Columbia
have before you buy of others. They are
soling them cheaper tnan any other
merchant in the city.
Silvered wire plate handles to fit any
plitp, given sway at Loot-ley's cr cker
store until Cbrisimas. see his new naif
psjeCird. This paper.
Albia.8 c'ock4, parlor lamps and
mi.rjy seful articl-s suitable for Christ
rats Eiy payments at C. A. Meck's,
32 ; Brady street. Davenport.
O. A Meek will pay the fare for round
tri either on ferry or train to his nat
roi s. Mauy metai aniclcs for Christ
ma gift'. Eisy payments. 322 Brady
An easy cbair, a side boar! or an ex
tension table mike a good Chris'mis
present. Car faro or ferriage paid hv
O. A. V.e?k and easy payments. 323
Brady street. Divenport.
'.Vatch your cio; k. (If you have none
buy one Bt McCibc Bro. with c.n alRrm
at f9 ;.) Commencing at 7 o'clock t: ru ir-.
row eight the lielieit sale of the week on
bed blankets ard books at McCabe Bros'.
Kid glove sale in full bla9t at Molotire
Bros.' Suede, s'atns, tans, browns, four
luttons, 6!) cents; five hook Foster
dre-ised, black ami colors, 75 cents; reus
que aire suede, five button length, 75
All the latest pantomimic successes,
froia the Drury Lane theatre, London,
are introduced in M. B. Leavitt's most
beaitiful burlesque extravagant,
6fider and Fly,'- which will appear here
caiisimas ai tirooss ot l merman's as
wcl' as everywhere. They have as nice a
disc lay of fancy candies, California
frui's, nuts, turkeys and chickens, ducks
and geese, and everything for a cood
Tomorrow, Thursday evening 7 to 9
o clock, great big juvenile books, 160
pag', "Aunt Vireioia'a Stories," 8c,
apiece ai AlcUaoe Kros. At the same
hour one cas more (100 pairs) grey bed
blankets at 63o a pair.
M. B. Leavitts own company wli.
when tiey appear here, present the cele
bratsd spectacle, "Sp'derand Flv," with
new scenery, new costumes, pretty maid
ens, funny comedians and new features
wbii h embrace many noveltiea.
Sirlal ta'e at the Eastern Fair. S 107
Fourth avenue, on all toys, especially
roppy horses and shoo Hies, which will
be s !d at SO per cent discount the rest of
the week Christmas trees at vour own
pria s. Drums and dolls a specialty.
E. Parmenter and Mrs. George Lamont
and MiBS Lamont.
The Rock Island County Farmers' In
stitute opened at Milan yesterday after
noon at 1:30 o clock, a good representa
tion being p efcnt. An address by Pres
ident Osborne, the report of the officers
and a paper by W. C. Wilson took up th
arternoon session In the evening pa
pers were read by Judge E.J. Searles and
A.B, Alford, and a fine musical pro
gramme was presented. Tne institute
closes with a session this afternoon.
At Tremann. A Sons.
At Treman & Son's 1701 Third avenuf,
you cm get the following:
r n pe, Turkey?, '
Mallard ducks. Chickens,
Like fish of all kinds, oysters in can
and bu'k, shell ry iters and clams in
ra on Tuesday
night and one fell down on Twenty-fourh
8 'tt hnd broke its leg. lie then had
otb animals shot and aftr cutting them
to pieces ipstrrdny m rning, hr.uled the
rcoibins back to D ivenport.
Tie profitable results of liberality and
enterprise in dealing was shown last
evening by the rush to M. Arnold's cash
crocisry. So great was it thai it became
necearv 'o shut the doors before all
coul't be accommodated. I; pays to give
good goods and low prices and to ad
vertine. At the meeting of the TouDg Men's
Stevenson club held at its rooms last
evening a new constitution and by-laws
was iidoped and nominations made for the
elect on of officers which occurs one
week from next Tuesday evening. The
meet ng was well attended and consider
able i merest shown.
The hea-ing of the Gumber-Yogel dog
esse irom ttapms mty came up before
Magistrate Wrvill yesterday afternoon,
the former being charged with havirg
willfully killed a domestic animal towlt:
a fox hound belonging to the latter.
The magistrate held dumber in bonds of
300 to the circuit court.
sari, no war a wens entertained a
la ce number of her lady friends at her
invitiog home on Sxth avenue
vi ate dty afternoon. The hours were
Tm A . " M .1 I .
u " . w. ana ido oosiess was as-
-wuu 1UDU J. ITT VyUriBfcllllUI VOnilB Win T11 43 U n
ned to be at its verj heighto todaj Orampten. Mrs. G. M. Loosley, Mrs. E:
"lr Inly y
Tested and A pproved-L. M. Littig, Etq ..
Pres't Marine Nat'l wank, Baltimore, Md..
says: "I have used Salvation Oil and
And it an excellent remedj for neuralgia.
S.eep it in vour family."
fOR RENT A FURNISHED BOOM. APPLY
! 1918 Third Avenue.
IHK DAILY A KG US DBUVKKKD AT YOU K
door vprv poni ne for lMJc per week.
WANT ED TI1RE B FOUR ROOMS PCIT
able for llthl hoorc-rcpln, cither npftalnt
or down. Address "Q," erj of T&a Abocb.
FOUND A LADY'S BROWN FCK BOA.
Own, r can have name by prosing properly at
WANTED IMMEDIATELY FIRST CLASS
a e-l and chiitcii plow Gttr8. Bchi of
warca paid and atpady work vatranterd Only
steady men need apply. Son h Bend Chilled P:ow
Co., fouth Bend, Ind.
17ANTKD-TO RKNT A HOUSE ONNISB
II leentb, Tw- ntii th orTwoniy-tlnt rtrecto and
ron h of Seventh aTenna. Pns egnjon wanted by
Feb 1-t. Anply b Invtcr, givlae location to D, care
O-TO $15 TER DAY AT U-iME. SELI INO
Qil Liyhtnine Plater ard t lstm: lewidrv.
atchea. tabVware. &c. Piates the finest of jew-
:-v co;k. ai- r- .n; h.1 KinuM r-r nieial, wlin uo:l
ilv-r in n-CKcI. No t-xrior.ce No capital,
Kver .i;m- cj- uinAf m-t-dinc plaiina
'.a IISI.Ntift'M, o m)?3s.
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
will keep fire all night with soft coal;
will cot gas or smke; heavy steel body;
large ash tao. Call and examine this
wonderful stove sold by
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
Ladies' and children's Ucliiiay naut.mtnc
SAIUbDaY, BEG. 24
The Famnus, Glotioas
a u n
With it world of feitun-Kl New in every s sr. sc
the world iaipltca.
A TRULY MAJESTIC PRODUCTION.
T T The maKMficeDt fecnery
111 I "ke COfpeon costumes
(II I the. d.trtlirp a imorr
rl I j I .Thebeantiful balli:
-Tbo Enroncan Maaltle9
The artistic corapany
Attended by the elite of every city. Positively no
Bay ecaWaawand avoid the ruh that i bDnn i
Entire lower floor $1.00.
First three rowi, halfrnny 'r.
R urtis Opera House,
ABTEIUSOOS AND XIGriT
Sunday, Dec. 25th.
A J. Fearon"f big retliaiie produetioii.
THE M11MT Mil
A oar load of scenery, a Pennine Are engine.
Two-Snperb Horses Two.
8ee the beautiful living statu e clo;k. the Brook
lyn bridge at night, the rerolving engine honae,
the shark run draw bridge.
Tho original ewTork cast. Everything
new th's seaaon.
Sale Friday Pec. 2d, at the Oppra Honse.
ft.OO, 7&.60. ?5.
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 hsjve
been here long ago for holi
'day trade. Somebody mast
pay for the delay. That
somebody is the' firm that
delayed the goode. You
will make money as they
must be sold this week,
jf about coet won't sell
tbem we don't know what
will. Here they go Only
one more week before
Christmas you know.
Lot 3 Fester fl hcok dr
Diack and colors
One pair or half ad,
pair, we don't care v
, many you take Do y
If o you will not
gins 0 a m Mr nday.
Are surprised to find
so many nice Christ
Tho lint tl,,, ....
lUords arid urlrr-.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always cm hand the flnwt brands et doreeot'.e
and tmporVid cicarf. AU brands o tobacco.
Ths tore of all ;be ball games wi'' j reeeivad
L. GLOCXHOFF, Prop.,
1S0S Second Arcnnt-.
Our stock of Holi
is now complete.
Ye good friend
arc still in the
LLOYD & STEWART Lead the Trade,
THE FAMOUS )
r t . -. i
special Holiday blipper bale.
We have the Largest Line of Holiday Suppers
ever opened in this city. Look at the prices: 49c,
69c, 78c, 89c, 9Sc, $1.29 and $1.48. It will pay yon
to lay in a year's supply during this sale, and to
make it a Holiday advertisement we will give to
every puro aser of a pair of shoes a b autifnl hoes
let of the Presidents of the United States.
FAMOUS SHOE STORE,
108 W. 3d near Brady Davenport, lows.
a. L.WYNES & CO,
To save from
On an Overcoat
For your Boy
Of those suits
M. & K. have placed
On sale at
Silk Plush Caps,
Can please you.
ed in MUIioics of HatDec-c vwr? ffje Si