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8 THE ABQUa TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1894.
Saturday, Deo. 8.
Good music, la the
Making a !5c purchase
la the toj department
Giren a box of candy. All
Children welcome; their parents
Too Boston Store, Davenport.
raj your water rent.
iosnre with Uaesing Hoe ft.
R. Stockhonse and wife are in Chi
John Wcrerhaaser went east this
Toys for everybody, at Young &
M. M. Sturgeon went np to Chi
cago last evening.
Buy a Krnpp gnn at 35 cents, at
ionng dt nieco rubs'.
nn-oury flour only 88 cents at
Shield' cash grocery.
Ask your grocer for the City
onirrT s ziMiunce oreau.
Lettuce. radlxhes, cucumbers and
Choice celery at Bunchcr's.
Toilet sets only 1.29 at McTntvre
Reck Co.'s big sale this week.
Fancy dairy batter, 19 cents a
pound Shields' cash grocery.
Don't fail to read Jackson & Hurst a
ad. if yon hare money to invest.
Thirty-two bars of washing soap
87 cents at Shields' cash grocery.
Best in the city for the price.
Long's flonrf at 75 cents per sack.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wagner have
returned from their wedding trip.
Lettnce. radishes, cauliflower, oys
ter plant and spinnge at Hess Bros'.
Two cents buys a fine clear flint
glass tumbler at'McIntyrc-Reck Co.'s
Charles Sr-hater, Jr.. of Port By
ron, made The Alters a pleasant call
Those handsome 10c oyster bowls
arc fast disappearing at Mclntyre
California penrs, oranges, bananas
and choice eating apples at
Columbia Krupp guns always sold
for fiO cents; now 35 cents, at Young
The later'. Ideas in Dresden and
Bohcniiap ball mounted umbrellas at
Mmaga and Iwtawba grapes,
oranges, bananas and choice eating
apples at Hess Bros'.
Pork, tenderloin, sausage meat,
spare ribs, leaf lard, pigs' feet, etc.,
at Gilmore's pork house.
Trinity Improvement guild will
ruert tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock
at the residence of Mrs. Henry Cur
tis. Frank Haley, of Shelby. Iowa, ar
rived in tlie'city this morning, and
will make hi home with hi brother,
Shields still continues to give the
people of the three cities 24 pounds
of granulated sugar for 1, and 16
onnces to every pound.
Aire choice table butter only 19
cents, good table butter. 15 cents;
cooking butter, 10 cents per pound.
uiTvuri a I'liiu mission uouse.
It is asserted now that Assistant
General Manager W. I. Allca will be
promoted to the general manage
ment of the KiN'k Island svstem, suc
ceeding h. St. John, resigned.
K. M. Dickey, of Chicago, presi
dent of the Iowa Steel Works, of Du
bnque. which liuilt the torpedo boat,
Ericsson. Ireakfnstnd at the Harper
this morning, on his way home from
Umbrellas tor the holidays now on
sale at Mclntyre-Reck Co.'s. Prices
rut one-third for this sale. Elegant
Tames at smc. fl.'Z, fl.48. fl.75.
$1.9, etc., which you cannot and
will not see elsewhere.
The late Hon. Sherwood Dixon,
Lulled Mates district attorney f ir
the northern district of Illinois, was
a brother of Mrs. W. II. Richards, of
Aloiine. His mother, Mrs. Fannie
Dixon, also resides in Moline. The
funeral occurred today at Dixon.
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s. Lrfng is "at home'' to bis
friends and the public, at 1G10 Sec
ond avenne. He has a larjje and va
ried assortment of first class roods.
and his facilities for serving bis cus
tomers are better than ever; at
prices to correspond with (tuality of
Miss Mnjrjrie Frhart. a domestic in
a prominent Second avenue boarding
house, whose parents reside at 915
cievrotn street ami (ieorge Bratton,
an employe of fhe Davenport Woolen
mills, are misMPg. The peculiar
tflchest Honors World' Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A purs-Craps Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
coincidence of them bth disappear
ing mt me same time, nas lea to the
belief that an elopement is not im
The Sylvan Steel company will be
gin operations ai its worics about tne
middle or latter part of next week.
TL. ,l . . -
i uu rum may oe startea beiore all
the minor arrangements are com
pleted. Evervthioir is beinir nut Into
shipshape order for the beginning
miner muoo; ceremonies.
W. P. Quayle, accompanied by bis
wife and vonncest son. has in at re.
turned from a few davs1 vlxit at.
Cleveland, Ohio, the occasion being
L. - , . ., . C
mo annual iamuv nank-amrinrr
gathering, which has been observed
iu me lamuy ior 32 consecutive
years, the reunion next Tear will
be held at Mr. Onavle'a hnmn In
No scarcity of coats, iacketa or
canes at. Mii:Ii - k:
chase iust receiver!. Tka nf.cf
. shv MV
latest and best shapes of the season;
tfmuy mre uargaios; were Douerbt
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uu win oe soia ngnt. see bow
some other's prices suffer when com
pared with ours. To thoroughly
and quickly advertise this ort pur
chase, we will on Wednesday sell 60
newest and latest ladies' Oxford iant.
ets at $2.79 apiece. Only one to any
A team rlni-An liv T- TaI
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and arwimnania4 ir.:j.-
of Davenport, created a racket on the
Rock Island brid
afternoon, the horses becoming
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inirntened on ihn innrntAh w -
Davpnrtnrr. sirlo . ,t ....:
1 1 uuiiiiit over
both briHtroa mrl H.fll;.. x-
T 1 . r ' " " miu nuLk
iBinnu. run out J wentv-iourth street
to Mohne avenue and g,ci n v.
(iordon nlace. where the
caught. Two wheels were broken off
the Wacnn. anH T.knoK I i.:-
r- ' ... wvuueuu iuu uib
companion thrown out, but neither
Via ininMil bawIa..-!. i
-. ...jvi.vu ott iuubij . iucre were a
number of narrow escapes on the
Of the Pat Are the Old Fogies of tba
The "Fair" store is i!wit rn
with new goods and new prices.
These are the times it takes new
blood, enersrv and nuah. Th wnriri
moves, and in the march of progress
me -rmr siore neaas tuo procession
with a gigantic purchase of toys and
holiday goods for all departments to
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Bntuuinu me mree cities, we are
Santa Claus'heado narters:
Swift's finest picnic hams, per
Swift's mild-cured baron, per
unt-cdge dairy butter per pound. 18c
Fancy 3-crown raif ins. ner nmmrt Jlo
tinest orange, citron and lemon
peel, per pound 13C
2-pound can fancy sweet corn 7c
nuiy piock nsn, per pound 8c
S-poundcan grated pineapple 9c
10-pound sack, strictly pure New
- - " urai zyc
Fancy table fiirs. rer iound tan
2-pound package self-rising buck
Fancy Florida sweet oranges, per
Jancy oil sardines, per can 8c
Large jug fine mustard 5c
fcanta Claus soap, 7 bars 25c
fine large bar laundry soap 3c
Choice crushed Java coffee, per
Ponl '. 14 c
Choice uncolorcd Japan tea, per
Choice tea dust, per pound 7c
1 pint Worcestershire sauce 25c
P"1 " " 14c
fclegant Standard oysters, per
can . 16c
Car or ferry fare to and from Dav
enport allowed on every purchase.
All goods delivered froe. Telephone
The Emerson Co. "The Fair,"
Dec. 1 Estate of W. G. Marshall.
Orrier authorizing executor to sell
cattle at private sale.
Estate of Jacob F. Schaible. Wid
ow's relinullishmpnt ami
- 1 LlVfll
hied and approved and order turning
...ci pupcuv suieuiea to widow.
Estate of John MctTinr IJi.
istrator's final report fifed and order
n"u,,uB oaiut) uisi Dy Jan. 4 prox.,
and that administrator give personal
notice thereof to heirs.
Meat Dealers' Aaaoelatlon.
The meat dealers of Rock Island
have formed an association, known
as the Rock Island Butchers' Mutual
Protective Association, for the pur
pose of mutual protection against
giying credit to irresponsible per
sons, and to aid each other in the
collection of debts.
The following are the officers,
elected for one year:
President C. Kaab.
Vice President H. Schroedcr.
Secretary H. W Tremann.
Treasurer M. Bunchcr.
A Thunder Storm
May purify the air. hnt rnthini. .
cept Sozodont will purify the mouth
tilled with neglected teeth, and res
cue those faithful servants of man
kind frcm utter ruin hefnm it u tn
late. Don't n jrlect to trv it. Yon
will be surprised and delighted with
opened a coal yard for the sale of the
celebrated Gilchrist. Mr.n-
coal. .Office in the Diamnnri Jr. ..,!
house, corner of Seventeenth street
and the lev. ' iani.no not
George Lamont, agent.
Tnt ABOC8, only 10c a woek. -
REV. HOLLI DAY ARRESTED.
Th Foraaer Back Ialaad Pastor CbaraTd
Rey. J. C. Holliday, formerly of
Kocic island, has been arrested at
anesville. Ohio, charged with libel
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"j vi. lm. 1 sujriu, eaitor 01 tne uaiiy
Signal. The arrest was the outcome
of an article published in the Times
Recorder, setting forth an article
written by Padcit.t. nhiuha,l in tK
Pittsburg Times, with regard to the
iri;cm truuuie nr. nouioay nas bad
with his COmrreiratinn. Mr. Hnlliav
, . , 0--0
in his article, after quoting the spe-
iiwm me iimes, conciuaes with
a scathing denunciation of Mr. Pad-
Beaton Store's Aaaonneement.
Children's day, Saturday, Dec. 8.
Good music in the evening. Every.
uue making a zo-ccnt purchase in
the toy department, presented with
a oox 01 canuy. All children wel
come; their parents too.
Boston Store, Davenport.
Hard coal, all sizes, per ton 7 50
discount lor cash, tier ton 9.S
Can n el coal per ton 6 00
inaiana block per ton 4 00
Kentucky lump per ton 4 25
Cartace added an 1aqs than ten m.
ders. E. O Frixfr.
T). R. V. Prawns: Drrrr S(r Wh about
three rears old I was taken with mumps, aim
had fever. Anally had that dreaded dim-am
Scrofula. The moat eminent physicians IB
to no avail. I had run
ning1 scrofulous sores on
left side of neck and faoe.
I was small and weaklv
when eig-bt or nine yeaiii
old, and in fact was
nearly a skeleton. Six
bottles of Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discov
ery wrought marvelous
chanfres. Although the
sores were healed in eifrht
months. I did not quit
uHina- rc until i was sure
it bad been entirely rout-
only signs li ft of the H HotXIMAK.
dreadful disnue are tbe scars which ever re
mind me of bow near death's door I was until
rescued by the " Discovery." I am now
eighteen years old and weigh 148 pounds;
and have not been sick in five years.
HAKVElf M. HOI.T.EMAV.
Agt. for Seaboard Air Lies.
RK TOTJ m NtKDr
Want a cook
Warn a partner
Want a eituatlan
Want to rent room
Waul servant girl
Want to Mil a farm
Want to nU a house
Want to exobanpe anything;
Want to aeil household eonds
Want to mtke any real estate loans
Want to sell or trade for anything
Want to find customers for anything
C8 THKSB COLUMNS.
Th daily argus deltvekkd at vocb
OftA aeuni ef na tfV. -
' vt-aaiuK iui aw licr WtKl-.,
WANTEl A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
hnilM.Wr.rlr a, -.1. .1. : I .
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Mas. have reference. Call in the afternoon.
WANTEn ATONlIE. A FrRNISHED HOUSE
for the wicter. or two fnmiah.rl mn.. phi.
or without board, p. Edward, U. S. engineer
WAN TED PO-ITIOV INDO S BY EX
tMtriAtlOAll .hl,.nl.. .t..t l.L m .
.... ..-..b-.u cuippiii t; i wua iriercnnep;
Went Second etreei, iMvcnport, Iowa.
WAVTEO A AC'IVE, WELL-
-j uiaicuicui, ijy S I 'p I
cation at ias riflb avenue, after 5 lu mM or ne
forc 8 :30 a. m.
SALESMEN WANTRD-TO SELL THE RAPID
1 lib Waaher to the wh le.aloan retail trace.
" ano nnes ine Ol-ne. tn two mlnu'ea with
out WnttiQff th' finuf-R. T!1 ltnll.ni - . 1. .-
all exiH-nsn. Eay po-iiion ; no hard work; can
make llJ a week Aadrew W. P. Barri on A
Co-, C erk No. 14, Columoue, Ohio.
WANTED A CAPABLE. ENEKGKT.c, BE
liable yonnff man. with from ati . ai hmi
ciwh, capital, to open a branch of our bn-in n in
nina i-mra. nest or nirrencea required. If
yon have the money and want a legitimate, pleas
ant ofnee bn-ineas. eend um vour rer.rMtira BnH
tte Mt bTisine. rsprrlence on have bad
Addrcsa, G. W. Borland, 213 Wabash avenue. Chi
Insurance and Loans.
Buy, sell and manage
property on commis
sion. Collect rents.
Room 4, Mitchell & Lynde b'ne.
Mrs. S. Smith,
Mourning Goods -A
1805 Second avenue.
Mclntyre-Reck Dry Goods co
Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns the best In the world.
Let the old year die
You put a Riverside Range
in your house.
Your wife and family happy
Yon will be happy.
Call and examine the latest
Improved Riverside Stoves.
You will make no mistake.
They always bake.
1615-1617 Second Ave.
Might as well fret something
appetizing as to eat some
thing that isn't. What's the
use of buying a poor article
when you can get the best for
the same ruonev at KRELL
Do you know
That we make our own Can
dies, and that we know what
we are talking about when
we say they are tine?
Do you know
That we are displaying a fine
line of boxes and baskets
mutable for Christmas pres
ents, or a tine line of novel
ties for schools and churches?
Do you know
You can buy KRELL & '
MATH'S Cake's and Tastry
at less expense than to make
Do you know
That our Ice Creams and
Fruit Ices cannot be excelled?
Do you know
KEEL & HATH?
1716 mud 1718 Seoond At.
Our Horehound Candy is a sure
cure for cough or cold. Try it.
Attention and interest will surely be centered in our
stores this week crisp, snappy bargains, such as we
continually offer, keep this the busiest of busy stores.
Oa Saturday we pnrch-ned t en'lre line of rliiidrea aad Mta
Cloa,of a aleanndaalT called boas bv illneas. rt of the
a-arment ate new. none over kree wetk en the rood Tbe discount
on tbe entire Ine waa 0 percent and we enapned the kX. Thla weak
you ret th beni tit of oar vnrcftaae and can save ameer oa a rarmeni.
Man, of tbe Mlaaea Jackets are ladles' tr.ra. It will pay ,nve'
t (ate if yoa a am qu.litv aad (trie for little money.
To call qnlrk. thai attention to oar elemat fine of fane, goo,
table covers, fancy acarfs atavped linens. mc., we will sell white h
lot laate SOU balle of the Soest knit! In? silk at per kalf oaao ball, lc,
asnal trice. Sac.
We will alao ael! spool embroider, silk this week at, per somen, &
ino fane table aiais at 4s and Sc.
Pia cushions only &c.
8!W food owhreli. metal and natnral slick, at 4e.
0 oe't-r quality, fin I ia ported doth, natural aUck, Mb, would be
cheap at SI S3
a drive in fine lk aranrella. $1.48.
Up', at k umbrella., real Wttehsrl and Conea allrke. hand"inely
monnu d with iroid and ailver name plat', at tl .73. osaal pri-e t S4.4H.
At tt.CS a e are selling onr (.1 las silk ambrellar, aobbieat of sticks,
plain and mounted. oni tl SS.
At fl nH a drive In men's heavy silk umbrella, easily worth 930,
the price ia SI M.
Toe abuv prices r for thla week only and are m0e a a neclal
irdmemcn: for you lo buy for tbe holiday now. The latest Ideas la
Bohemian and lodt-n r11 effect ia umbrella, now oa sale.
Tne latei-t effect, is ladle' lace aeoer. new and styliab fjoll
oay oScrimra in aandkercbief. gluV, far, alike, drees good, etc.
bow o.e. f..r InfpeeUoD
Sncb as we now offer you are seldom wn tni
cannot afford to pass this sale.
inaa vt aw nw maimm a ua arrt-pted ear enn t a.
to, ana n iraes on earn lata wee at arteee a-vr hrfor ... "
stock Ialaad. Remember that the are aascfc kandaourr 't i.?.""1 "
aarjr whltrware. " trm,
SO full KS-pleee seta, price per set. ft.HT.
ladlvldaa Batter, earn lc: hnwla. r : enffre ran and
Sc: tea enpaod ssoeee eat. c: piste, each e; p trh r J- i " '
era, each lie, ate , al far betow the assal price fjr (ooq. .4 tJ ,," '"
IrapoHed French wyatT anvla. besntlfnltv Di l.hrJ u ,
rnld, BO me lb Ink. of selllna ttx-m for . tfaaa av, bat "h.
win be. while tbey last, only 10c Tbe prW 1 aa low. 1,1,.,
so Sac th 4 w are compelled to Unit tbe qaactlly to tit to a .J""'
fay docen lead hlowa. clear Slot el tnrnbler, the vile .,,
ea-hre Tke earn-banilamey eaiid'-d. c. A be.nf ," "M.
thla tumbler for Sc. Tteee are about talf. or les the '' t
Uty limited. V -t-
to chamber set, while thry Ut. s (1 fa.
Wa are bowlnc haMvomi banquet lamp. I .rr , .
mr hol'dav etoxk of dollf. tors. bank. am.iiu . ..
I lapidlr placed on . i,,.
Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 1711 Second avenue. Rock Islani
Poor Turkey . .
How he will suffer this week while you are
giving thanks for the many goods things
that have come to you. We don't propose
to let Mr. Turkey suffer alone,
OUR PRICES MUST SUFFJER
thii, week so that you may be doubly thank
ful. The cut refers to Sideboards, Exten
sion Tables, China Closets, Dining Room
Chairs, Dinner Sets, Tea Sets, and with all
a good Range to roast the turkey properly.
THIS IS YOUR OHaAbNOE
to buy these goods even if you do not want
them until the holidays. Never have such
fine goods been offered at such low prices,
and such pretty designs too. Step in and
see what we have to offer
G O. HUCK3TAEDT
Terms of payment easy. 1809-18I1 Second Avenue.
Ifs Like Finding M oney.
home wh the .ntenfons of byig a$,5 suit or overcoat, ca d J,
you with an outfit as good in every particular at trainee to suppi
As Any Other Dealer will Offer You at 5
It s like finding money, the only difference being that by dealing i,h UI VM r,nA u-u
legally entitled to. while the only suffer would possiblv be sol ,1 . . e 5 "
and that is Jl '"und.
Any of the suits or overcoats we are selling from $,o upwards V 7! elsewhere,
suits we have placed oa sale a, $0.50 and $S S5 J ZZZLX T't
pav$4n,reforeIse.here. W, don'tcarry the shoddy satinet kii U 7V
money to trade with us-all we ask is an opportunity of proving S-T
Underselling Everybody on Everything Every Time.