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THE AI'GUS, SATURDAY, DECEMBE K 24. 1892.
Silk suspenders at the London.
Ojsters and oelerr at W.A Ealeb's.
HsaqermJe itt Turner ball tonight.
$IS smoking jackets $10 at the Lon
don. Kid glure sale at Mclalire Bros', to
day. Special prices on ch'ckens at Schroe
der's. Spanish cluster raiding at W. A.
"Spider and iv" at the theatre to-
Oraham anJ oatmeal gems at TV. A.
Bhakesfeare'a worka 50 cents at the
Spanish cluster raisins at W. A
Oalj a few more albums left at the
Holiday ncTeltles at Gait's, 1815 Sec
Remember tho?e bargain albums at the
Apron Bale at Mclniire Bros, today from
25 cents up.
H. S Casteel is home from Fulton for
Coon lunch at the R)ck Island annex
Lots of urkeys, ducks and chickens at
Ten per cent oS am holiday goods at
51. Lee Gall's.
Fine.ot assortment of neckwear in the
cit? the London.
Barnum's caliopea 15 cod to at the CjI
umbia this evening.
Don't forgot the grand masquerads at
Tamer ball tonight.
They have an elegant line of silk muf
flers the London.
Shakespeare's works at half price at the
Columbia this evening.
Everything marked down on holiday
goous at jjioya a Stewart s.
Kiss Irene Roseofieid is borne from
school on ber holiday vacation.
lr. Hollowbush left yesterday for
W arsaw, to spend Christmas at home.
Shakespeare's complete works 50 cents
ircin to 10 o clock at the Columbia.
The serood annual bah of the Oakdale
!ub at Armory hall next Friday even
A. P. Barber and family left today for
Ua.osburg to spend the holidays with
Mi86 Grace Jo be has accepted a posi
tion in the wholesale establishment of
Frank N. Horn.
A discount of 33 per ceut oh all
smoking jackets and iiressiog gowns and
bath robes at the London.
There is nothing nicer for a Christmas
gift then a handsome necktie. L!ojd &
oiewart nave just me thing.
Ladies, have you seen that ancel cke
baked on the Leak Introducing company's
car at me Milwaukee depot 7
Tom Davis will serve a fine clam choV
der lunch to bis friends at his stand, the
mia rviiile jsieonant, tonight.
A sp'endid line of all kinds or meata.
beer, veal, pork and mutton at Schroe-
aers Twentieth street market.
W. B. Eickbol'z, who has been in San
Francuco and Denver the past year, is
home for a couple of weeks' vteir.
The Tri-City Ice prk at the corner of
.Eleventh street and Fifth avenue will be
open afternoons and evenincs hereafter.
Anrfy Griffin has returned from Bloom
ingum. where be has been at wrk on a
tin toot contract of M'chael Griffla
All day today and continuing this
evening all f f the silveware at Will It.
Johnson's must go at SsO per cent dis
oaat. Cat a nice present for a friend at M.
Lee a't's tonight 1615 Second ave
nue and get the advantage of 10 per
Jobn Ainsworth will serve one of the
flcsnt lu!H h in the city to his fritndi at
his ploce on Fourth avenue on Christmas
eve. Everyone Is invited.
X.Bn Minnie VcDole, ot DeKalb, ar
rived in the city last night to atteud the
Tii-City Travelers' ball and banquet and
spend a few days with friends here.
The Moline Y. M. C. A. building, now
the Auditorium, was sold at public, sale
at the court house this afternoon for
$3,000. to Charles Demon way, of Mo
lina. John and Etnil Boart. two brothers,
got into a slashing scrape in the ei b'. part
of town last nigh', and Officer Moody cor
railed them. Tbis morning each paid
Magistrate Wivill S5 and costs.
Charles McHugh, who is now connected
with the general superintendent's office of
tat J. 8. E at Jacksonville, is back
spending Christmas with his parents on
The teachers of No. 7 school building
entertained the teachers of No. 5 build
ing yesterday at a social e Dread at the
first mentioned building. It was in honor
Of Miss Maria Kenwortby, who will soon
leave the city, and was a most enjoyable
AttheX.M. c. A.
There will be a Christmas service s
the T. M. C. A. Sunday afternoon t
S&O , with an address by William Jck
on. Esq. Subject, "Christmas Lea
soas. special music. Every young
DIED IN IOWA.
I'.otMirt Hutchinson, a Former Citizen of
Rack Island County, Passe Awajr.
The Crawford County Observer, pub
lished at Vail, Iowa, publishes the nexrs
of the death, on Dec. 14, of Robert
Hutchinson, aged 38 years, an announce
ment which will b ceceived with sorrow
by many in Rock Island county, and
Mr. Hutchinson was bora Aug. 14
H56. in Bowling township. Rock Island
county, Illinois, and was the eloest son of
S r. and Mrs. Thomas Huichmson. . He
fl-stcameto Crawford county, Iowa, in
Uarcb,1883, and with his brother, George
st ttled in Hanover township. Tney re
mained there but one year, when having
sold their farm, they purchased the Al
vi a Ginn farm in MiUord township,
where they have since resided. Mr.
Hutchinson was married March 24, 1891,
to Sarah Francis Petty, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. William Petty, who survives
him with one child Tnomas, aged 10
mntbs. Mr. Hutchinson has long been
a sufferer from rheumatism, which fin
s' y touched his heart and ended in
death. He bore ) la suffering without
a armuring and so p.tiently tbt even his
ovn family and intimate friends did not
re l;ze how serious bis condition was. Al
though not a member of any church. Mr.
Hutchinson attended the M. E. church
whenever he was able to do so. He was
a Lind and loving husband snd father and
tho sympathy of the entire community is
ex' ended to the bereived wife and child.
also to the sorrowing father and mother
and brothers and sisters who are It ft be1
hit d to mourn biB loss. One wbo was
aei.rly loved has gone from tbeir midst
and they will std'.T misB him; but he has
gone to that brie hi noma beyond the
skii.-s where there is no more suffering,
but peace and joy everlasting.
The funeral occurred Friday at one
o clock p. m., and was largely attended.
showing the respect and esteem in which
he was held by bis neighbors and 'nends
Fur oral services were held at the Mi; ford
Center school bouse and were conducted
bv Rev. 8. L Eddy, of the M. E, church
To Kealms of Rest.
Miss La Morah Bailey died at the home
of her father, Qjorge W. Bailey, 8713
Sixtli avenue, at 0:10 o'clock this morn
ing, after an illness of over a year with
heart trouble, aged 20 years 7 months
and i!0 days. She had resided in the city
about 12 vears. coming bere with her
father from Denver, Col., where she was
born. She was well krown and had a
large circle of friends, wbo will mourn
her untimely fate. The funeral occurs
from the late home of the deeessed on
Monday morning at 10 o'clock, with
services at the house.
The funeral ot little Linda Hoerath
occurred from her late home on Eighth
avenus at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon,
Rev. MT. S. Marquis, of the Broadway
Presbyterian church, officiating. The
racers! was well attended, there being a
large tiumber of beautiful floral offerings.
The interment was made in Chippianock
The funeral of the late Thomas Mulli
gan wis held from St. Joseph's church
yesterday morning at 9 o'clock. Rev.
Thomas Mackin officiating. It was
largely attended, the interment being
made in the Catholic cemetery.
Hood's Sarsaparilla stands at the bead in
the medicine world, admired in prosper
ity and envied in merit by thousands of
would-t e competitors. It has a larger
ssle than any other medicine. Such suc
cess cot Id not be won without positive
Hood's Pills cures constipation by re-
periatali; action of tb alimentary canal.
Tney are the best furriilv cathHtic.
At Tntmuui 4 Suns'.
AtTwraann & Sons' 17M Third avc-
owe. you can get the f'i!iowin:
Mallard ducks, Chickens,
Venison, . Ducks,
Lake llsa of all kinds, oysters in can
and bulk, shell oysters and clams in
All members of Pocahontas Council
No. 5, sr.- r quested to meet at their Te
pee, Sunday Dec. 25, at 1 o'clock sharp,
to attend the funeral of Sister Mrs.
James Hardin. By order of
Amanda Guana, Pocahontas.
Eitdora Lolg-F, Attention. .
AH members of Eudora Lodge, D. of
R., are requested to meet at tbeir ball at
12:30 on dunday to attended the fun
eral of tbeir deceased sister, Mrs.An-
geline Haidin. By order of the secretary.
African travelers tells us that the white
rhinoceros frequently dies from eating
poisonous plants which have no effect on
the black one, probably because the line
scent of tho latter tells him It is dangerous.
Tested and An prove il-L M. Littic. Eeo ..
Pres't Mar ne Nat'l iank, Baltimore, Md..
sys: "1 nave used Salvation Oil and
find it an excellent remedy for neuralgia.
Keep it in your family."
The otiltr ynM - M
Used fn TITfTv r H Ptwder-No. Wmia; No Alaa
Used in MUIkh of Ho 1-40 Years the Standi
At George Browner A Co's.
Red Snapper, Turkeys,
Black Bass. Chickens,
Smoked Fish, Geese,
All kinds of vegetables in the market.
Tbey have ten bead of the finest beef
and plenty of venison. Telephone 1064
yi ur order and insure prompt delivery.
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
Ladies' and children's holiday pantomlne.
SATURDAY, DEC. 24.
The Famous, Glorious
"SPIDER aflfl FLY"
With its world of features! New In every sense
the world Implies.
A TRULY MAJESTIC PRODUCTION.
4 X T ThemagnlBcent scenery
il I I The goreons covturaes
LI I I 1 no dnz.Iirg armors
M I J I iThe beamirul bailors .
' The Barouran specialties
The artist ir. Rnmiunv
Attonded by the elite of every city. Positively no
Buy seats bow and avoid the rush that Is bound
Eutlre lower floor $1 00.
First three rows, balcony 76o
B iirtis Opera House, '
ABTERXOON AND NIGHT.
Sunday, Dec. 2th.
A J. Pearson's big realUtlc production.
A car load of aoenery, a guanine ire engine
Two -Superb Ilorers Two.
See the beantiful living statue clock, the Brook
lyn bridge at night, tho revolyiug engine house ,
tne shark run craw Bridge.
The original New York cast. Everything
new th:a suason.
Sate Friday Pec. 2Sd, at the Opera House.
fl.W, 75,60. J5.
J. E- Montrose, Manager.
Tuesday Evening, Dec. 27.
PfcESEN-ra THE GREAT COMEDY STOCESS
The Grey Mare,
From the Lycenm Theatre New Yo rk
By George It. Sims and Cecil Ua'eigh,
The play will be staged with 4hat rare perfec
tion or detail characteristic of the management.
Bale or seats aomraencea Tec, Sl'h. No raise
in prices. Prices $1.00. 75, 0,25 cents.
B iirtis Opera House,
T1 A TrirxT'on
Monday Evening, Dec. 26.
Extra Xmas Attraction.
PRESENTS THE GREAT COMEDY SUCCESS
The Grey Mare,
From The Lycenm Theatre New York.
The piny will be staged with that rare perfec
tion or detail characteristic of the management.
Pale or seats at Flake's Satnrday. Dec.
il, at Fluke's prlcos $1.00, 75, 50, and
15 cents. Boxes six seats (7 50.
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
will beep fire all night with soft eoal;
will not eas or smnke; heavy steel body;
large ash tan. Call and examine tbis
wonderful store sold by
New styles of
Herei 8 the greatest offering
ever made in this vicinicy
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.
Jf about coet won't sell
them we don't know what
will. Here they go. Only
one more week before
Christmas you know;
Lot 1 Biarritz sued., l-.
Lot 2 Biarritz euede,,.
Lot 3 Foster 5 hook
black and colors.
One pair or half a
many you take. Do
it so you will nct d,
your purchasing. Sale
gins 0 a. m. Monday.
Are surprised to find
so many nice Christ
The best the mariJ
affords and prices ti
D. EOY BOW LEY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar S'ore andEUliard Parlor,
always on hand the fined brands of doirestic
and imporvd clears. All brands o tobacco.
The score of all '.be ball games wi" received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1808 Second Avenue,
Our stock of Holi
is now complete.
Ye good friend
are still in the
LLOYD & STEWART Lead the Trade.
THE F A.MOUS
Special Holiday Slipper Sale.
We have the Largest Line of Holidat Slippers
ever opened in this city. Look at the prices: 49c.
69c, 78c, 89c, 9Sc, $1.29 and $1.48. It will pay yoa
to lay in a year's supply during this sale, and to
make it a Holiday , advertisement we will give to
every pure aser of a pair of shoes a beautiful boek -let
of the Presidents of the United States.
FAMOUS SHOE STORE,
108 W. 3d near Brady Davenport, Iowa.
Or. L.WYNES & CO.
To save from
$7.00 to $.00
On an Overcoat
M. & K.
For your Boy
Of those suits
M. & K. have placed
On sale at
Silk Plush Caps,
Can please you.