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THE ARGUB, SATUKDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1894.
Eckhsrl's for toy.
Oysters and celcrj at Schanm's.
Special tale on water sets at Eck
bart'a. Try Eckhnrt for fancy cups and
Rabbit lunch tonight at the Young
Books free tonight at Mclntyre
Reck Co. 'a.
Koreltie in neckwear at Sommers
Tnrkeys, chickens, docks and geese
Extra choice lobsters at H. Tre
Climbing monkeys 14c at Yonng &
Alex Lldders. of Chicago, is visit
ing with his folks.
Read floss Dros'. list in another
column of this issue.
Red snapper, very choice stock, at
II. Tremann A Sons'.
only "Jc at
Christmas bnts just received at
So miners & La Voile's.
Bulk mince meat
Shields' cash grocery.
Venison and qunil at II. Tremann
& Sons'. Order early.
The finest line of dressed poultry
in the city at Hess Bros'.
Everything in the grocery line for
a grand spread at Hess Bros'.
Max Stahl left this morning for
Dcs Moines on a visit to friends.
The finest line of pipes in tho city
at Glockhoff's Arcade cigar store.
lepnty Collector James Lamont's
rereipts'for the week were 1541.74.
A special bargain in Windsor ties,
all silk, lie. at Young & McCombs'.
Call at Sliiolds' for your chickens
and turkeys. He undersells them all.
Urrier a choice roait of venison for
Christmas dinner, at II. Tremann &
Mrs. K. .T. Skilcs left this morning
for At Ian1 io and Farrago t, Iowa, to
Read S hroeder's list of poultry,
game and ;lh in another part of this
Poultry and game in groat variety
at Schroediir's. Sold a low as the
Green onions, radishes, spinach.
parsley and sweet potatoes at
Will Sweeney is home for the holi
days from school at tho Northwestern
Mis Florence Dart arrived home
from Andover this morning to spend
Bell flower apples, pino apples,
grapes, oranges and choice bananas
at Schntttn .
The linesl embroidered handker
chiefs shown fur 7c at Youug & Mc
Have you seen the grand display
of pipes and smoking sets at the Ar
cade cigar store?
Mr. and Mrs. George Hamakcr
leave this evening for Chicago to
liny your turkeys, ducks, geese
and chickens at II. iremann & Sons .
Trices the lowest.
Ladies' French seal muffs $2.18
nnality at 11.39 while they last at
AIcInMrre-Keck lo i,
Canned oysters, bulk oysters, oys
ters in shell, and clams in shell at
II. Tremann & Sons'
Twenty per cent discount on all
Indies' aprons at SO cants and op, at
Ale In tyre-Keck to.
You can buy your Christmas nuts
and candy at Schanm's cheaper than
any place in the city
Add still they go those bargains
in suits, overcoats and mufflers at
Sotnmers A LaVelle's,
Fancy mixed candies only Cc per
pound, and new mixed nuts only lc
at Shields cash store.
Miss Grace Stafford left this morn
ing on a visit to her sister, Mra
Kongh, of Blue Island
President O. Olsson, of Augnstana
College. leaves Tuesday lor
short vacation in Texas.
Toi.isrht at Mclnt vre-Kcck Co.'i. a
handsome fim.k goes free with each
purchase of f 1 or more.
Buv your Christmas candy and
nnts at Hess Bros', and get the best
quality for the least money
The Arcade cigar store has a fine
line of cigars suitable for Christmas
gifts from ft to f per box,
Ladies' fur collarettes, 79, 89. and
99-cent kinds will be just 69 cents to
day, at Mclntyre-Reck Co. t,
Mandolins, violins, guitars and all
mall instruments will bo offered to-
Hlf heat HonorsWorld' Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret
from Ammonia, Alum or any otner aauuenm.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
night and Monday at about cost, at
A pair of kid gloves or mittens
will make a nice present. Go to
Sommers ft LaVelle's for them.
Chief of Police M. H. Sexton met
with the chief of police committee on
legislation in Chicago yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Fraser and
Phil Watson, of Indianapolis, ar
rived today to spend the holidays.
There are still a few of those muf
flers left which are coin? at prioes
cut in half at Sommers & LaVelle's
Susnendors free with gentlemen's
hirts or night shirts at Mclntvre-
Reck Co's. Purchase of fl and up.
The largest line of poultry, game
and fish ever shown in the city at H.
Schroeder's Twentieth street market.
The postoffice will be kept open
tonight and Monday night until
o clock lor the benetit of the
500 silvtr plated pin cushions, in
shapes of old shoes, slippers, frog
itaskcts, etc., today 6c at lounges
You can save your car fare, and
more, too, if you see W. Trefz &
Co s. tine of toys before purchasing
Mrs. Henry La luff and dauchtcrs
Miss Alar and Annie, leave this even
ing for Iowa City to spend Christmas
Don't get left, but call at Dollv
Bros', and get a pair of little iron
clad shoes for 50 cents, going with
every i purcbase.
Don't tuv your Christmas toys un
til von see how cheap you can buv at
V. Trefz & Co. They hare a much
larger display than ever.
The way the boys' shoes are going
at Dolly Bros', today, vou will have
to get a huxtle, or they will be all
gone, first come, lirst served.
John F. Reticker, son of ex-Sheriff
Reticker, who is studying medicine
at Iowa City, is visiting with the
lamuy 01 bberitl U. t. liemenwav.
The pianos and organs and other
musical instruments are going live
ly at Bowlbv's big Christmas sale.
Call in and get prices before you buy.
If yon want to buv your wife a
dress, cloak, or set of furs, you will
not pay too much if yon entrust
Xoung & McCombs with your pur
The big sheet music and music
book sale is still in progress.. Now
is your chance to get nice copyright
music at 0 ana 10 cents per copy, at
Mental affliction cau.'ed Mrs.
Barbara Farber, of Davenport, to end
uer me witn poison at the indsor
noiei yesterday morning, She was
58 years old.
Tho balance of that 1.030 lot of 10,
12 and 16-cent children's books which
Mclntyre-Reck Co. sold at 5 cents
last night will be closed out today at
the same price.
Bowlby says his sales for this
week are double what they were one
year ago. It must be that his prices
on all goods are below all competi
tors, as ne claims.
Mr. and Mrs. George McGee's little
daughter was bitten in the face by' a
dog yesterday near her home on Fif
teenth street, fortunate! r nothing:
serious will result.
With a purchase of 11, or nio'e
worth of gentlemen's shirts or night
shirts at 60 cents and up, Mclntvre
Keck t;o. will throw in any pair of
26-cent suspenders in stock.
With each jacket or cape sold to-
street and Fourth avenue to
Scamale's shoe store across the
street, carrying a brick in each hand.
The walk will continue until Christ
mas night, Schale being allowed a
nan nour lor meals.
Shields has stopped giving away
$20 bills, but he still continues to
save you 20 per cent on your grocer
ies. Note the following prices: Pills
bury'a fionr, 98c; Shields' best flour,
87c; soda, oyster and butter crack"
ers, 3ic; best granulated sugar, 25
pounds fi, and 16 ounces in every
pound. And don't forget the 100
pounds of lard he is going to give
away on the first of January.
For the holidays the Chicago, Mil
waukee & St. Paul Railway company
will sell excursion tickets between all
points within a distance of 200 miles
at one fare and a third for the round
trip. Tickets on sale Dec. 22, 23, 24,
25, 31 and Jan. 1, 1895. Tickets
good to return until Jan. 2, 1895.
E. D. W. Holmes, Agent.
Holiday Excursion Retee.
For Christmas and New Year's
holidays, the R. I. & P. railway will
on Dec. 22, 24. 25, 29 and 31, 1894,
and Jan. 1, 1895, sell excursion tick
ets to all points on its line, and
points on connecting lines, not farther
distant than 200 miles, tickets lim
ited to Jan. 2, 1895, for return.
F. II. Rockwell, Agent.
C B. I. P. Holiday Katrft.
On Dec. 22, 23, 24, 25. 31, and Jan
, a rate of one and a third fare will
be made for round trip tickets to all
points within 200 miles. Tickets
good for return up to and including
Dr. B. F. Hall.
Practice limited to the eve, ear.
nose and throat. Spectacles fitted
scientifically. Office over Krcll &
Continued fair weather, slightly
colder tonight; warmer Sunday;
light, variable winds. Today's tern
Way Baa Sozodont .
Become the staple dentifrice of
America? Simply because it is im
possible to use it, even for a week.
without perceiving its hygienic effect
npon the teeth, the gnms and the
day at 15 and up. Mclntvre
win give a ladies' bandsome- crepe
silk runnier, worth 82 cents. Some
remarkable bargains in the cloak de
Charles Levda died at the homn of
his brother, Frank Leyda. 2707 Ninth
avenne, at 4:10 this morning, of tv
phoid fever, aged 25 years. He
leaves a wife and two children. The
funeral will occur Monday afternoon.
The second of the Lecture associa
tion's entertainments was given at
Harpers theatre lastcvening by Prof
R. L. Cumnock, of the Northwestern
University, who fullv sustained his
reputation as the foremost of elocu
In Mclntyre-Reck Co.'s fur denart
nient today, children's cream lamb
muffs. 82-ccnt quality will be 39
cents; child's white, gray, salmon
and tipped lur sots, muff and enpe
let. qualities at 11.18, tl.29, f 1.42
and fl. 6H. will be sold at the uniform
price of 99 cents
Persons expecting to attend cither
the annual convention of the Modern
Woodmen, or State Teachers' axso
ciation meeting at Springfield, Ills.
ebouia near in mind ine good ser
vices and connection to that point
offered by the R. I. & P., as given
elsewhere in this issue. Round trip
Deputy Coroner Eckhart went to
Stewartville this morning to hold an
inquest over the body of Israel Sands,
who was accidentally shot by his sis
ter. Mrs. Pear sail, late yesterday
afternoon. The young man's age was
18. his home vvniteside connty, and
be bad been visiting witb nis sister,
The coroner's verdict was accidental
Madam Marguerite Fagal, former
ly of New York, has removed her
main office to this city, and would be
pleased to have the ladies of Rock
Island and Mohne call on her at 22
Sixteenth street. Madam Eagal
cleans and heals the skin, removing
superfluous hair molds and warts
and all superficial discoloration of
For a wairer of $100 Herman Schale
will start Monday morning on a 36-
bour walk back and forth between
Ainsworth's saloon On Fifteenth
Up To Date.
Every idea about
building a stove to
make it better has
undergone a most
rigid test with the
If it is good it goes.
If it is of no value it
is discarded. .That is
why we boldly assert
that Riverside Stoves
and Ranges are up to
date and every one is
sold under an ironclad
guarantee from the
to health, every tiro1, ailing, nervous wo
man. The medicine to bring her back is
Dr. Pierre's Favorite Proscription. If she's
weak, run-down, and overworked, that
builds her up: if she suffers from any of the
distressing derangements and diseases that
afflict bar sex, it corrects aud cures.
Department of Phntngraphu, V. S. Artillery t
actoui, tm irtx siunruc, va.
Dk. Fierce: Jlrarfilr
My wtfp ennnot speak
too highly of your " Fa
vorite l"reCTiption." It
having completely cured
ber of a serious womb
trouble of Ion gtanditur.
She. took live bottles
altogether, and she has
Dome a large, nealtby
child since. There fans
been no return of the
Sae only wishes ever
poor, B'lfferhur woman
should know of the in.
estimable value your Favorite Prescrip
tion" would oe to them, anil thanks von
rentlemen. from the bottom of her heart, lor
uu uenvui sue nas reueiveu.
lours very truly,
EDWAKi) F. F. SARGENT.
H. D. Folsom,
1703 Second Avenue,
OUR STOCK for Christ
mas is complete in
every detail. Choicest Dia
monds, Watches, Gold and
Silver Jewelry, Cut Glass,
liric-a-brac and latest novel
ties in Solid Silver. Correct
styles. Don't invest 1 in
this line before you see our
Cut Glass Water Bottles.
Very choice cuts and latest
Belts and Buckles
We have some most beauti
Some very rich patterns in
tine Silver Plate and Solid
Bear in mind we do not sell
the cheapest Jewelry in
town, bnt we do sell the best,
which is always the cheapest.
Insurance and Loans.
Buy, sell and mai
property on com
sion. Collect rents.
Room 4, Mitchell & Lynde b'ng.
1615-1617 Second Ave.
All Hail the
THEY will be happy if
you buy your Candies
and Chocolates from KRELL
& MATH. .
Why ours is the Biggest,
Finest and Busiest store in
this part of the state, is be
cause our business is built
on the principle that the
customer's advantage is onr
Is that when anyone wants
Candies, Fancy Baking, or
Ice Cream and Fruit Ices,
they always think of '
1716 and 1718 Second At.
We have a carload of Fine
Nursery Cnt Christmas trees
all perfect and lovely. We
want you to see them before
Mclntyre-Reck py Goods eg.
Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns the best in the world.
Or s rery food imitation of it tosev tke kaU Ws m Bach dlaaa
nolnted at not iweeivmc this hjpmrat before, and hall now eat the
pries to make It all aaove tlil week. Come la and boj a perfect Imi
tatiaa of cot -laaa at rock botloal prices.
Famous eaipet weeper' In elegant aborted woods, Inelodioft the East
India TeraiHMfla, and finlahed In Blsaair beat yle, prioea are aana ljr
4. We aball cat the prlee to and Bolbln could be better for a
Chriatnaaa prevent at thia price, $3.B6.
A I androme Hue at So. ISc. 1 vs. Be, 3Se. Mo. 4Se, etc., to the flncat
6wb. Be aeasber we drop the prices aa low aa x
Children's cap make aenaible Christmas present. We offer a
onsen auk caps, trimmed witb lace and ribbons, at J oat tie. Meaty of
others at all prices.
A new shipment )ot reorived for Christmas. Vies onilted skirts,
flannelette top. worth STc, at 57c. Good clotb skirts, rade and band
piping, wona fl. at etas. Pino embruldeird aklrta, deep raffle and
foaonstion. fl.SS quality. 9sc Hand.ome ratine sad moreen skirts on
which we hare cnt the price one-tUrd tor Christmas. These prices for
this sale only.
We hae provided a splendid Tsrlotjr of Christmas aovett'e. and of
eonrse keep prices the lowest. We most do that. If jon don't know
whaMo get for your friends, we can kelp oa decide. UPKN BYKK-
Kach purchase this week of ft or more, entitles yon lo one of those
elepam iTr'salt shakers Free.
Children's ribbed woo 1 hoar, ISc a pair, tv o for a quarter Just half
Rend Oar Great Bargain.
MM Climbing Monkey 00 attrk. rac'i 1e.
Ladies' shopping bags, roond leather handle, given . . -Elegant
Rhwa raskeia. worth as, this ! '
Ladw s' heavy fleeced black hose, 1e a pair, fl a d vi
II at a lows to know what to get for Christmas pree. . .
yon with oar immense stock. u r
ska e'ecant Chriataias presents for rtdtcc. Oar stork i. ,,.
at prises from 5c ap.
Pro Braasek, eVrgan'. f J war at and tc Uudoeed fn.ai -and
Ws ar sole agent for "Richard nndnut" pstfamea. at. ...
the beet made '.u f
lrc tiarnrr percale In abort lengths, per yard. Mr.
Komember the discoon oa all ladies furs till cfcrttmas is
Book soft very klid next to given away. (Iiilurta's col,, ,
lure book from ki "
Good ambrclls In 4 or S styles etc, worth np o ft.
Big lot of saw dress goods Iban week Sue, Bow wucth I. ih,i.
Water colors and etclilng for Cbrlstiaia at half the usus! , .,
Dc Svc f 1 . etc. ,, -
4,ood. tnt battons f. men. I'-e, ISc and tv
Bea grass brobee. Bert lo the world for hat. verv i at .
fabrics, vnal prtce Mr, pries Mils week IV "
The electrical d .splay la oar big wont window is toe. til n,. u
Bvenitsr J :) to s :S.
This week 1 01 bote of nan. lor a Hoi. ! pant qualltr u., . r
Pictorical America, magsiflneatly lloirt-d nlUi taif totie ,., ,'
fravare. Price every where fi. priee here tlx. 1
MAhealj7-yard dress pattern lata meek, yoar lminav o,,,,,,,,,
tOU met of aocorated doll dishes, te s art.
Mclntyre - l?ecr Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 1711 Second avenue. Rock Island.
Rare Christmas Offerings -
For one week, beginning Monday, Dec 17, m c
shall place on sale an immense line of Hanging,
Stand and Danquct Lamps, and
Many beautiful patterns in Dinner Sets at prices far below your
expectations. Remember these are first quality goods only. No third
quality or imperfect goods. See our windows for some stunning low
prices. Buy now and have them set aside for you.
Of Side-boards, Dining Tables. Chairs, Combination Book Cases,
Ladies' Writing Desks, Center Tables, Music Cabinets, Fancy Airrors,
Fancy Rockers, (nearly a hundred different styles), Parlor Suits,
Couches, children's rockers and high chairs exceeds all former years
in Quantity, Quality, Style and Low Prices. Not equalled in the
tri-cities. We'll be satisfied to have you judge the correctness of
Buy now while the assortment is complete.
Delivered when wanted.
G O. HUCKSTAEDT
Terms of payment easv. 1809-1811 Second Avenue.
Are You Ready ; .
' To Look at the Latest Novelties in
. Neckwear, Gloyes
SSSXr BOYS' SUITS 1
Cuff Buttons. Hats.
Men's Suits and Overcoats.
Jersey Coats. OVRRflflATS Shirt Waists.
Smoking Jackets. U V lilUUUiilO, Suspenders.
Rubber Coats. Men'. Slippers.
A number of other useful articles Q n y
forChri.tnuPretent.. . JVH . (K, are prepared U, show then, in
wnv JaJl correct aty! at correct prices.