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THE ARGUS, FKIDAY, NOVEMBER 13. 18C3.
Justice II. A. Weld is ill.
The best broom Lee's Little Gem.
D. J. Brown for dressed chickens.
Underwear guess so at the Lon
don. Molioe is moving for a river front
The meteoric showers are doe to
night. Great value, those $5 nlsters at the
Order your dressed chickens of D.
Boys' overcoats, tl.45. Sommers
School waists for children 10 cents.
Dressed chickens, ducks and tur-.
keys at Long's.
Remember the want column and
read it nightly.
Dressed chickens 10 cents a pound
at D. J. Brown's.
Tennis flannel night shirts, ft.
Sommers & LaVelle.
Mien Alice Swear, of Beardstown,
is visiting in the city.
Plenty of nie dressed chickens to
sell cheap at Beecher's.
Lid ies should take advantage of
the 3.'.'S sale at Adams'.
The best results are obtained by
A kg is want ads; try them.
Ten 1 pound bars of soap for 25
cents at Maucker's cash store.
New coats at Mclntyre-Reck Co's.
on sale tomorrow. Special prices.
New lot of ladies' and misses' jack
ets just opened at Young & McCombs'.
The best lined heavy calfskin
glove 50 cents in town. The Lon
don. Natural gray wool shirts and
drawers, 43 cents. Sommers & La
Velle. Don't buy a new dress until you
havo seen the latest at Young & Mc
Combs'. $:t.98 buys a $5 shoe, either ladle'
or gentlemen's today and Saturday
One hundred pieces of new dress
goods just opened up at Young &
Try those f 5 shoes for $3 98, gen
tlemen; nothing nicer or later made,
Children's, misses' and ladies'
jacki ta at the rignt prices at Young
New lots of dress goods on sale to
morrow at Mclntyre-Reck Cj's.
Our line of fall and winter caps is
now complete. Give us a call. Stew
art, the hatter.
Try to beat it if you can. What?
That line of f 10 men's ulsters. Som
mers & LaVelle.
Furs, cloaks and capes, fine line,
manufacturers' prices. T. Richter &
Take along 13.98 and get a 5 shoe
at Adams' treat sacrihce but he
wants your trade.
They show the best for the least
money in cloaks or dresj goods at
xoung & McCombs'.
The way to prosper is throngh
knowledge of current events. Sub
scribe for The Argus.
You should see that new lot of
men's neckties, the latest colorings,
ai Stewart', tne natter.
Special cut prices all through the
store in every department tomor
row at Mclntyrc-Reck Co's.
Now is the time for your fur and
cloak repairing.. Bring at once to
T. Richter & Sons', Davenport.
Friday and Saturday will be great
davs at Adams' $3 93 shoe sale can't
they count on you for one to get the
Remember the New Eagland sup
per to be given by be ladies of South
Kock Inland at Aiken street chapel
Ladies' . 150 shoes which are win
ners, lace and button; also new lines
of shoes added to our 12.50 ladies
goods. The Boston.
Grand opening lunch at Twentieth
street and Second avenue tomorrow
evening. Drop in and have a bite
with Jakey Kinstein.
Speaking of that wild man at large
in Scott county, it is'nt possible, is
it, tbat any of the Union ollice have
gotten away within the past week?
Roses tomorrow (Saturday) 39
rents; carnations 24 cents a dozen
o'.ntr llowcrs accordingly. Ander
son, florist. Crampton's book store.
Mrs. U. M. Cloudas left last night
for Ttenton, Mo., whither she was
called by a telegram announcing the
ueatu oi Her sister, Mrs. fcd Waddel
Report comes from Chicago that
Fred rt'hisler is recovering nicely
Highest Honors World's Fair,
from the effects of the operation to
which be submitted a few days ago.
Reciprocity. Give us a little of
your time; in return we will post
you where the best values are to be
had in clothing. Sommers A LaVelle.
Benjamin F. Ballard and Miss
Mary E. Jones, of Andalusia, were
married vesterasy at tne parsonage
of the First Baptist church by Rev.
Everybody praises the underwear
bought at Stewart's, the hatter, be
cause it fits right, feels right, wears
ight, and tne price is right at the
Tomorrow is your last chance to
get $1.07 worth of lining for 10 cents
with dress goods at Mclntvre-Reck
Co's., and special dress goods prices
Capt. T. J. Robinson was taken
suddenly, and it was feared at the
time seriously, ill in Chicago Tester-
day, but he soon rallied and' is ex
pected borne today.
At Maucker's cash store too can
get 3 quarts of navy beans, or Scotch
peas for 10 cents, or 10 bars of Santa
Clans, Pearl, Climax, Savon or Tri
City soap for 25 cents.
Saturday special. Another lot of
those ladies' felt slippers at 65 cents
pur. uon t get leit, but get a
pair, 65 cents. The Boston.
New values on that 91.98 lace cur
tain table tomorrow at Mclntvro-
Reck Co's. Handsome pole and fix
tures with each pair. A decided
saving on every pair of curtains.
Henry Strawhacker will opan a
sample room in the place vacated bv
u. r.agai at x wentietn street and
Second avenue, tomorrow evening.
Jake Einstein will be back of the bar.
The case against John Matthev.
charged with sodomy, was dismissed
by Magistrate Schroeder yesterday
alternoon. It was considered that
there was not enough proof to sus
tain the allegations.
Mrs. John E. Babcock and son. D.
A. Babcock, of Watertown, are
spending the winter at Nashville.
Tenn., where the latter is a senior in
the dental department of Vanderbilt
university, of that citv.
inere's no use talking, no house
sells overcoats as cheap as the Lon
don. See our overcoats at 7 37.
110 and 12 You will then be con
vinced that the London is the best
and cheapest place to trade.
rue win oi k. ji. Holliter. of
Port Byron, drafted Dec. 2, 1876.
was probated in the county court
yesterday. Mrs. Agnes Josephine
HoIIifter, the widow, is left all the
property owned by the deceased.
olio w the crowd, then von will
buy your overcoat and suits at the
London. We are selling the best
suit at t7.50 and overcoat at $7.37
that has ever been offered in Rock
Island. You know when we say
good it is the best, the test your
money will buy. I ho London.
irom rov. 16 to 22 is self denial
week for the Salvation army and it
win be observed by the armv all
over the Uoited States with a view
to raising $40,000. Each member of
the army, as well as its friends, is
asked to abstain from all luxuries
in order that financial support mar
be added to the different branches of
K. K. liemis, the boomer. awonz
whose latest conquests was the de
velopment of East Moline. is in town
again. He has been down in the
Hoosier state the past several mot tha
lonowmg the booming business, and
be says be is still equipped with the
facilities to land good enterprises
for any city that can furnish the
i bough the Twice-a-Week Repub
lic, of St Louis, excelled all other
western weekly papers in publishing
tne news oi the campaign, it now an
nounces that it has extended its news
service, and hereafter it will gie its
readers the best paper in the coun
try. This means much, because the
next 12 months will be crowded with
news of big events. With all the
improvements to it service he year
ly subscription will be the same 11
a year, by mail, twice a week.
SOUTH HEIGHTS) HArPERING.
South Heights, Nov. IS. Harry
Lewis, of Geneseo, spent Sunday
witn irienus ncre.
John Campbell is bunting np new
uoroova this weex.
R. S. Silvis and daughter Manie
drove to Green River Thursday for a
William Ba'ley left Tuesday for
Coal Valley to finish some work at
the home of Mr. Bollman near that
air. anu airs. j. u. irvm drove to
the country Thursday. They were
accompanied oy sirs, irvin's sister,
Miss Benell. of Geneseo. who is here
to spend the winter.
To fulfill an election wager Dan
S nith gave Anlrew Weinberger
wheelbarrow ride Thursday evening,
from the corner of Brasher street to
Eighteenth av.nue and back again.
The wheelbarrow was nicely decorat
ed, and a crowd oi ooys and young
men carrying torches, accompanied
MOST PERFECT MADE
Apure Grape Cieam of Tartar Powder. Free
ECS) Ammonu, Alum or any otter adaTOrwt.
SaM I Lit.
It is the medium which carries to
every nerve, muscle, organ and fibre
its nourishment and strength. If
the blood is pure, rich and healthy
you will be well; if impure disease
will soon overtake you. Hood's
Sarsaparilla has power to keep you
in health by making your blood rich
Hood i puis are easy to take, easy
to operate, cures indigestion, bil
ioosness. 25 cnt.
What yon need ia something
With a better understanding- of the
transient nature of the many thv
leal ills, which vanish before proper ef
forts gentle efforts pleasant efforts
rightly directed. There is comfort in
the knowledge, that so many forms of
sickness are not due to any actual dis
ease, but simply to a constipated condi
tion of the system, which the pleasant
aoiuujr jjkuv jrropui r prompt
ly removes. That is why it is the only
remedy with mill ions of families, and is
everywhere esteemed so highly by all
who value rood health. Its beneficial
effects ace due to the fact, that it is the
one remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness without debilitating the
organs on which it acta. It is therefore
all important, in order to get its bene
ficial effects, to note when yon put
chabe, that you have the genuine arti
cle, which is manufactured by the Cali-
lorma tig feyrop tJo. only and sold by
all reputable druggists.
If in the enjoyment of good health,
and the system is regular, laxatives or
other remedies are then not needed. If
afflicted with any actual disease, one
may be commended to the most skillful
physicians, but if in need of a laxative.
one should have the best, and with the
well-informed everywhere. Syrup of
Figs stands highest and is most largely
used and gives most general satisfaction,
MONARCH OF THE
Hard Coal Bin
Smooth Castings. Perfect Mount
Inge, Elegant Trimmings, with
mora good points than any
CALL AND SEE THEM.
1115-1(17 SECOND AVKNUK.
In seasonable goods. Hess
Bros.' store can be relied
upon to famish the best E
obtainable in the market, W
and at reasonable prices too. Ir
For This Week
: They Offer:
Bead Lettuce, Egg Plant,
Spinach. Soup Bunches,
Celery. Spanish Onion.
Wax beats, Jersey Sweet Potatoes.
Drevted Dock, Ch'ckena and
Balk ace Canned Oysters.
Catawba, Tokay, Delaware sol
Bew York Grapes.
Florida Oranges. Choice Kiting
Apples. New Buckwheat Floor.
Ktple tjrup. Honey.
Tour s for Gocd Groceries,
Tickle the Babies
Saturday, Nov. 14
Another lot of those CC.
Ladies' Felt Slippers V9C
New Line of Boys' and f
Youths' Shoes at - - V
New lines added to M Cft
our Ladies' Shoes at w'OU
While You Walt
The nice fall weather Is pasting and you win suddenly realize
that you need that suit or orercoat badly. There U no better
time than the present to order your clothes made up, and then
you will be ready for any kind of weather. A line of goods for
top coats and heavy overcoats that cannot be duplicated In this
vic'nity. Our goods combine wear-rests log qualities and low prices
Within the Reach of All.
Consequently we can please the trade. Probably no better
opportunity has ever been given here to buyers of tailor-made
garments than we are now offering. Remember we are leaders
in our line.
StJ mm mm.
Prices on Rockers
And children by bringing
borne a pound of KRELL &
MATH'S pure, fresh CAN
DIES. We make it fresh
every day. We have richer
concoctions in choice
Bon Oons and Chocolates
For children of a larger
growth that is just as harm
less and pure as the purest
of molasses and cream
candies. Our delicious
Caramels and Nut Nouaets
Cannot be rivalled.
KRELL & MATH
Phone 116. 1716-1718 Seoond Ave.
Twice at many as any
other store In the city
to select from, and
we guarantee the
FBOM f 18-00 IT TO
FBOM 14 60 LT TO
Ded Room Suites
FEOM fll.OO LT TO
1100.00, and so oa.
Over tM Different rat
tans from l&e par yard
p to 12.60 per yard.
THE LEADER IN FUdniTURE. g
Now that the Election is Over,
The mucn talked of confidence restored, the fact drirs in operation, monf y growing more plentiful
and timet better, you 11 be wanting a new suit or overcoa.
Have decidedly the choicest and best stock of thorough'y meritorious merchandise In the city.
Ulsters and Overcoats.
Their line of Men's 17 M Dress OvercoaU appeal directly to the parse
of the most economical.
There is nothinz in town to comnare with their line of 19 60 and 1 10
Their line of Men's all wool suits at f (.90. S6.35 aid t 60 are by far
the best values ever offered In this vicinity cannot match them anywhere
uo in per cent.
In Men's Shoes w have the sole apeney for the celebrated Slroog 4
Garfield make, and ia hove Doras A Hudson' Iroa Clad best on earth.
One pair of either wiil last as lone as two of any other make. Try them. ,
Children's Reefers. Boys' Overcoats.
Their line of Chlldrea'a Beefers consist of Boacle with caps te match,
Chiocbira, Frieae. Kerseve aad AsUaksa. Trieee re'ffe from 1.6 -p-wards
the $3.76 aad St.60 lioe are particularly laterestiof.
Their line of Boys' Ulsters at 13 "6 tod 4 SI are tuDDars mast to
aeea to be appreciated.
Their llae of Children's Salts at there It bo ae la talking about
Boys' aad Cblldrea's Clothier, every parent koows M. A K. are toys' bead,
quarters ask roar aelrhbor and the answer will be: so place Ilk X.tL
lor ooys weariag apparel.
Underwear and Caps
Bow about Uaderwear aad Caps If yoa car to
ao doubt yoa dc) M. A K. Is the plane to bay f araishiara.
re aaooej (aad
Your money should come from its hiding, put your shoulder to the vheel and help the good times along.
Every purchase you make girts more employment to the tailor aod the ta lor will have money to at
sist the mechanic in other Industries, and so it is all alocg the line We are doing our duty by offering the
best and biggest bargains in town. Wc have always m&de it a point (even during dull times) to make
business hum with the irrcsisUble force of unm itchable bargains.
1717 Second Avenue.
3 TSOS THE STAMDXKR,
cure Ton. Get Dr. Kay's BnauTatur,