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TILE AllUTJS SATURDAY. DECEMBER ai. IS!).
ire You Going to the Party?
If you are, you should have a pair of
We have them in Suede and Satin,
All colors, all widths and all sizes.
See "THE DUCHESS."
IT'S A BEAUTY.
Gentlemen's slippers -we have them a-so.
Bis. line, at the right price.
HI IS f 1 M
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1623 Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
Many New and Novel Styles. See them.
Riding Boots, fur lined.
Boudor Slipper, eight new
Ooze Calf, Seal.
Patent Leather, Plush
and Morocco Slippers,
all colors and styles.
SPECIAL, LADIES' DEPARTMENT.
30 1, 303 XV. Second St., Davenport.
"A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BAR
GAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES
J. STL CHRISTY,
mmmm of warn no oi
Ask Your Oroeer for Them .
" They in Reft.
The Christy "Otitcb" sod Christy "Wat.
ALL KIND! OF
wast Iron Work
tone, a specialty of furnishing aL kind
of Stores with Costings a 8 sent
A MACHINE SHOP
keen added where an kinds of machine
work will be done nrst-class.
5INTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING 3R0S. i Prouts.
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Now is the Time
Only a few days left to make
your purchases fc r the Holidays
and the place to go to get them
W. TREFZ & CO.
201 1 Fourth Avenue,
Bi keafeld't Old Baud.
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A Happy New Year to all.
Don't forget tbat goo resolution.
"A. Merry Time "at Harper's theatre to
night. Have "A Merry Time" at Harper's
There will be "A Merry Time" at Har
per's theatre tonight.
Order jou ice cream for your New
Year's dinner from Krell & Math.
If you want to spend the last night of
'82 merrily, go to Harper's theatre to
Goddard, the champion pugilist rf
America and Australia, at Harper's
Brick, melon, pyramid or individual
ice creams and any flavor of fruit ice at
Krell & Math's.
There is co nicer desert than ice
cream. Have some for your New Year's
dinner and order it from Krell & Math.
This evenicg the preliminary meeting
is to be held at The Abgcs efflce to con
sider the Tri-City Press club movement.
Send your orders for game, fish lob
sters, clams, shell and canned oysters to
airrv Smthe s, 1319 Second hvenue.
A ntw style of life c'lri is beins
planed on thr c rs of t'ic D.wnport &
Rrck IsUn ' srn railway compajy.
Cars 16 35 3") and 4') are alrendy so
equipped ti.l ilu: othois wiii ! t similarly
prevail rs r..;:uUc t.s possitte. Tim
contriTr.ce in the rcaiest imprr veaicnt
eTtr . I irimi by Hie compaiiT.
At tha Chiisii'in Services at 10 15 a
m and 7:30 p. m . condue'ed by the is
tur ltv. T. V. Grafton. M.inm.s;
sutjen. "Tae Old and New." tTenis,
In t!u; Nuzircth Workshop." Sunday
school at 9:15 a. m. Y. P. S C. E. a"'
6 30 p, in.
At the Central Presbyterian. Services
morning and evening, preachicg by ;he
pastor. Rev. John John H. Kerr. Morn
ing subject, "God's Command to Israel,"
a New Year's sermon ; evening, "God's
Gift to Men." Sunday School at 11:45
a. m. Y. P. S C.E. at 6:45.
At the First Methodist. Services at
10:45a. n. and 7:30 p. m., conducted
by the pastor. Rev. F. W. Merrell, Morn
ing subject. "A New Year's Task."even
ing. -The 81eep of the Soul," a New
Year's sermon. Sunday school at 9:30
a. m. Young people's meeting at 6:30 p.
At the Uaited Presbyterian. Preach
ing at 10:45 a. ra. and 7:30 p- m., by the
pastor. Rev. H. C. Marshall. Morning
subject, Gifts for Men;' evening, "A
Lsader and Commander." Services every
evening during naxt week, the week of
prayer. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
Young people's meeting at 6:45 p. m.
At the Broadway Presbyterian.
The paster. Rev. W. S. Marquis, will
preach at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Morning subject, "A Happy New Year,"
evening, "Sowing and Reaping." Sun
day school at 9:10 a. m.. Dr. J. W.
Btewart, Superindent. South ParkSun
day school 2:30 p. m. S- D. Cieland,
Supeiintendent. Young people's meets
ing ut 6 45 p. m.
At the First Babtist. Preaching morn
iag and evening by the evangelist, Rev.
Trrnh Smith, who will conduct a series
of revival meetings during the week.
Sunday schcol at 9;15 a. m., C. L. WillU
ams. Superintendent. Young people's
union at 6:30 p. m. O, L. Benway,
leader. Topic: "Starling Right." Sun
day school tt Forty-fourth street, chapel
at 3 p. m , F. M. Sinttst, Superinten
dent. At the Grace Lutheran church. Rev.
fl. . Shuey pastor, servises at 10:45 a.
m. and 7:30 p. m. conducted by the pas
tor. Morning subject. "The Price of
Man's Redemption" evening. "How Shall
we Measuie Time?" The celebration of
The Lord's Supper will follow the morn
ing service. Sunday school at 9:15 a.
m Young people's meeting at 6:45 p.
At Trinity church. Rev. R. F. Sweet,
rector, tomorrow the Octave of Christ
mas and Feast of the Circumcision. Sun
day school at 9:15 a.m.; matins, sermon
and celebration at 10:45 a. m. Even
aong and sermon at 7:30 p. m.
At Trinity chapel, Kev. K. r. Sweet,
tick r. even song and Sunday school at
8 30 p m.
What' the nse of feeling languid,
Mopy, dull and bine?
Clessre the b'ood and give it Tiger;
Maice the old maa new.
How r I'll tell too. To the drag store
Go this Terr day
Bj a medicine te banish
All your ills away
And that medicine Is Dr. Pierce's Qolden Medical
Discovery, the very best blood purifier on earth
It builds op and strengthens the system because
it cleanses the blood, and that's what the system
must hare to be strong and healthy. There's
nothing that equals It. Absolutely sold on trial!
Tour money back. If it doesn't benefit or cure
Hard to Cndermtand.
Little Boy I shu'd think these "thou
san leg" bugs would starve or aomethin.
Little Girl Why f
'They've got to hunt for things to eat,
same aa other bugs, haven't they t"
"Well, I don't dec how they can keep all
those legs goin an think of anything else."
a, . 11
KastaTUttm Cmrsd in a Day.
"Mvstic Cure" for Rheumatism and
Neuralgia radically cures in one to three
days- Its action upon the system is re
markable and mysterious. It removes at
once the cause and the disease immed
i tl i iinippears. The first dose greatly
benefits. Warranted by Otto Grotjan,
druggist, nock Island.
I have not used all of one bottle yet. I
suffered from catarrh for 12 years, ex per,
iencing the nauseating dropping in the
threat peculiar to that disease, and nose
bled almost daily. I tried various reme
dies without benefit until last April,
when I saw Ely's Cream Balm advertised
In the Boston Budget, I procured a bot
tle, and since the first day s use have had
no more bleeding the soreness is en
tirely gone. D. G Davidson, with the
Boston Budget, formerly with Boston
A Child Enjoys
The plestant fl tvor, gentle action and
toothing tffnet ol Srupof Figs, when
in need of a laxativr, and if the father or
mother be cos ive or bilious, the most
gratifying rosults follow its use. so that
it is the best family remedy known, and
every family ffcould have a bottle.
Excursion Kate for t hrlstinn and ew
The C. M. & St. p railway will sell
excursion tickets for one fare and on e
third. Tickets on s:e Dec. 24th. 25th,
26th and 31st and Jan 1st and 21, good
to return up to and including Jan. 3J,
1893. Tickets sold witbin a distance of
200 miles S D. SV. Holmes. Agt.
On Dec. 24. 25, 26 and 31 and Jan. 1
and 2. the C. R. I. & P. will sell excur
sion tickets to all points within a radioiis
of 200 miiee, good to return up to i d
including Jan. 3, at the rate of a fare and
a third for the round trip
I had a malignant breaking oat on v.v.
telow the knee, and wascured sound an., v
vi'.h two and a half bottles cf Gf-&?tT '
r:..-r Wood madicincshad failed RMlVV
f -j do me any good. W ill C. 1
i U tis trouble1! from childhood wiiU o-i
-rr:y:tpl rase of Tetter, and three fc ::t!i
jlSkSfsS? cured ma tcrn:.-inetitly.
i3S!tS WiLiA' E Mam.:.
;ur book on Blood urA Skin Disea--f rivi
SwuTStEc:Kiu CoAt,lanta. 1. 1
Dr. Berry's Sanitarium.
We Are Surprised-
AND OU WILL BE, TO .
At the Very Low Prices We Are
Lcxvitfyl In the mn8t fnshlnnahlA- nn1ft nnA d(v
llRhirul portion of Chicago, near Lincoln Park.
Founded by Dr. Borryforthe skillful and scleiitlilc
treatment and cure (when curable) ol all de
forniitieH, nprfouitaliiMHfft, throat and lung
diseases, ftkin diAeaes and etironio ulcers,
diaesf wonicin, diseases of the kidneys
and bladder, and all curable chronic diseases
of whatever nature they may be. The san ltarluni
is under llie personal supervision and care of Dr.
Berry himself, but there Is In addition a resident
plivsioliiii, a matron and skillful nurses always in
lr. terry's Reputation as a specialist Is so
Wall known In Chirmm th:it there Is no nee1fv
tor references, out ivr ine oenent or tnose living
kvtu iruiu CMiuigo, we retef 10 tue luiiowing:
REFERENCES TO CURED PATIENTS.
Mr. TL Cunnlncriam. 539 S. Lake St.. Aurora.
111., erred of Catarrh and Deafness. Mr. K. J. 11.
Arseott, 1163 W. Harrison tt., Chlcapo, cured ol
Salt Kheuin of the hands and feet. Mrs. Henry
Rose. Downs, McLean Co., 111., cured of severe
Catarrh. Miss Nellie Johnson. Morris. 111., cured
of catarrh. Mr. C. N. Mason, of Kensington. 111.,
curea oi iservous uemmy. airs. n. riiaatneia.
1419 Fiftieth St.. Clilcwjo. cured of Neuralgia.
Mr. J. J. Keller. 2S6 Warrea Ave.. Chicago, cured
or Skin Disease (pimples). Mr. D. J. Wnlttaker,
Clvde. O.. cured of Nervous Prostration. Mr.
Chas. Walker. Lyons, Iowa, cured of Skin Disease
(eczema) ot bit years duration. Mr. John Lareon.
258Courtland St.. Chicago, cured of Catarrh and
Neuralgia. Mr. M. C. Murphy. Summit, III., cured
of Skin Disease, (salt rheum) and hundreds o'
others whose pictures and the history of whost
cases are all printed In Dr. Berry's book on
REFERENCES TO BUSINESS MEN.
H. H. Cooler, of Gregory. Cooler Co.. TJnlon
Stock Yards, Chicago; J. T. Boberts, Manager
Huyier s, lot state sc.. unieaeo; iiarvey jenney. oi
the Jenney-Graham Co., 10? Madison 8t. Chicago;
D. S. Morse, Western News Co., 40 Randolph St.,
Chicago: Robert Ansley. Chicago Herald, 164 Wash
Ington St., Chicago; Robert Long, of Marshall
Field and Co.. Washington and State Sta.. Chicago:
A. Weinberg, Adams. Westlake Manufacturing
Uo., Ontario ana FraniciinBU.,caicago.ana many
others, all nromlnent business men of Chlcairo.
whose names and statements are given In full In
Dr. Berry's book on Chronic Diseases, Bead for
THE EMINENT CHICAGO SPECIALIST,
Treats and enres Catarrh. Skin and Nervous Dts
aoatta includlns Plmnles. Freckles. Blotches. Salt
Bheum, Kczema, Superfluous Hair, Tumors, Scro-
rula ana an dkid inseases; uuttwaea vi iua zjxr,
nniarrh. Rronchltls. Asthma. Consumption and all
Diseases of the Nose. Throat and Longs; Loss of
QtnniTth and Vitality. Backaches. Headaches.
Weaknesses of Different Organs, Neuralgia, Dis
eases ot the Kidneys and Bladder, Diseases of
Women and ail Diseases oi me nervous oraiem.
Nervous Debility, Varicocele and all Deformities.
Dr. Berry Cares Catarrh.
Dr. Berry Cores Skla Diseases.
Dr. Berry Cares Nervous Diseases.
nr. Bern's Chlcaeo offices are located at 104
State St., Chicago, and be makes a point every
week of publishing new cures of patients. In the
saturaay titmrng Jteut, utmoay nemo, etc.
For full information ree&rdlmr Sanitarium.
Treatments, Charges, etc., also fuf Dr. Bern's
sook on vnronie ts eases, aaaress
DR. C B. B1TRBT.
104 Bute St.. Chicago. Ol
ItV iff r 'ong lecture, but
it's: Hi! is i iZ. It's Object IS to
tell you bont our
in S:'deboaids, Extension and
Parlor Tables, a solid oak for
$ 1 50. lbums. Clocks and
Silverware, a few choice thirjgs
efi; in Pic urea and Easels we
are not wanting.
Give us a tria we will try
arid suit jou in price and qual
No Extra charge.
CHAS. A. MEOK,
322 Brady Street, Davenport, li
Open till 8 o'clock. Saturday's till 10.
LABOR, TIME, MONEY
Use it your own way.
It is the bett Soap made
For W ashing Machiu- nse.
MA PR BT
WARNOCX & HAL STOW.
burs a nice Uphol
. Too, in the race.
Dinner, Tea, and
-A Talk on Furniture-
314 BRADY STREET,
The Fat,l 3h,1 Wintib Goods are now In. DAVENPORT,
r?emeniber we are showing the largest and Host varied
aseortment of l)(MESTio and Jmpobtet goods in th three
itis Suits made to your measure from $20 to $10; Tron
a-rt made to your measure $5 to $12.
To tsiist in enlivenioe the
H ili ity Season, the Publishers of
prank Leslie's 7eekly
have concluded to inaugurate in
America the latest English fashion:
THE MISSING WORD CONTEST
These amusing contests are sow quite the rage in London, and we hare beard
of one of them in which 217.000 persons participated. As each participant con
tributed a shilling entrance fee, the amount divided among those who supplied the
missing word was large.
The total $53 5-0 was divided among 114 persons, so each of
these got almost $470.
HERE ARE THE TERMS OF THE GONTEST:
Each person who wit net to try to supply the tni'Sing word la tae paragraph that wiii picseoH
follow, must cot out the "MlSSISS WOKD COUPON" from Frank LesUe's Weekly, and Wtta unu
and oddrers and the misting word plainly written in the proper blank spaces, send the mm to She
efflce r.f the publisbert, together wit i twentv-ne cents in postage stamps or cmrreacy . Us toe tower
lert bsna corner or ine envelops escwsing inc coupon ana entrance ree tnouio oe written "JIB)BJCIU
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missing word .
Tbis ceupoa will be printed every week in Frank Leslie's Weekly until the close ef tne cooteet.
Tae result of the contest will be announced In tae Issue of February 161a.
No contestants will be permitted to enter after noon ef February 1st.
There has been some doubt ss to wbetberor not the proiesed contest wit o)rctkma)ne te u
law. 80 that there coald be no doubt op the subject the pott-offlce authorities have bees ceoenhtea.
The A stistant Attorney General for the Post-Offlce Department says that if the psrsgraph, areas w btak
a word has been ommitted be taken from a well-known book to be found In almost every Unmsy,
tbereeonldbenoobj.-ctldns We therefore chang: the paragraph, and (ire a saetattoo frost a
writer well-known to srsry seader of Englith literature.
THIS IS THE PARAGRAPH:
"He knew, besides, that his powerful friends, who would havo
interceded for him had his offence been merely burning a house
or killing a neighbor, would not plead or stand by him in so pitiful
a concern as the slaughter of this wretched "
All who bare sent In the missing word of the former paragraph are privikgod 10 make tsofaer
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and accompanied by the entrance. r t o -n i w
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