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THE ARGUP, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4. 1898.
y CITY CHAT.
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f .d Adams1 new ad.
.cad Adams' new ad.
( Smoke Lincoln Club cigars.
7 mcke Lincoln Clob cigars.
Duck mitts 4 cents. The London.
Merrill pianos, Totten mnsic house.
Everjbody smokes Lincoln Club ci-
Dressed tarkeys and chickens at
Plenty of fresh batter and eggs at
17.50 bnys an elegant wool suit at
C. L. Walker is in Des Moines on
Skates free with overcoats or suits
at the London.
A new line of ostrich boas at
Bjrr.es & Ca.
James Cook has returned from a
Visit to Chicago.
A new line of ostrich bjas at
Byrnes & Co's.
Heavy woolen socks, two for 25
ceots. Tbe London.
Have your bicycle bearings cleaned
and examined by Hjnes.
All wool Irish Frieze men's ulster,
HO. Sommers & La Velle.
Have your pianos or organs tnncd
and repaired by W. C. Totten.
Third word of Toe Aisgus holiday
book contest in tonight's issue.
Go to Gatzeiler's Saturday even
ing for a ditto, of good turtle soup.
Just received, another lot of choice
roll butter to sell cheap at Beecher's.
The best scarlet shirts and trous
ers, 1 a garment. Sommers & La
Fins silk four-in-hands, the 25-cent
kind, three for a quarter. The Lon
don. Men's suits black and blue, all
wool cheviot (9.50. Sommers & La
Tnrkey lunch at the Pacific sample
roim, 3106 Fifth avenue, Saturday
Chickens, turkeys and celery at
Strong elastic 2 cents a yard Satur
day at the Mg clearing sale. Mcln-tyre-Keck
Mason & Hamlin pianos and or
gan at Totten's music house, 1719
be ond avenue.
Delicious turkey lunch at the Pa
cific sample room, 3106 Fifth avenue,
Oysters and celery, lettuce, pars
lay. bananas, oranges, figs and
mixed cuts at Long's.
Pet 75 cent9 a box ice wool 42
cents, Saturday at the big clearing
sale. M. 'Intyr'e-Keck Co
R'a I Tiik Argus' series of short
stories They are delightful. The
lirst appears in this isue.
Owing to tho advance in the price
of wheat, bakers are compelled to
sell bread at 5 cents per loaf.
Fine silk four-in-hand tiej worth
25 cent!", three for 25 cents. Win
dow full of them. The London.
There is a rumor all at that the
Bock Inland vhops are to be moved
from Blue Island to East Mo. Inc.
Saturday a bargain day in the
fanny work department at the b
clearing sale. Mclntyre Reck Co.
The Dutchess trousers, tall meas
ure of value, $2. Sommers & La
Yon mav try any kind of advertis
ing, bit you cannot get better re
sults than thoFe ottered by Arocs
Buy hosiery and underwear Satur
day at the big clearing sale, and gt
the advantage of special prices. Mc-
uooi cranberries 6 cents a quirt;
nice dressed chickens 9 cents a pound
and four rounds of leaf lard fcr 25
cents, at Beecher's.
Elegant line of legjings for chil.
dren leather, jersey. corduro
c'oth, eic. Prices loner than else
where. The London.
Special: ?1 for men's shoes for
Saturday. Lica and congressGood
a; others sell for $1 25 and claim
they are cheap. The Boston.
Price advantage, time savad. cer
tainty of quality and sU !e. Taese
are inn main points in isvor ol oar
'clothing. Sommers & La Velle.
xne trial oi uapi. j. L,rng in
the district court at Davenport,
charged with murderous assault, has
reached the arguments to the jury.
Henry Binck, the enterprising ton
eoralisV. has added two bath tnbs to
his parlor at 1431 Seventh avenue.
He charges only 15 cents for baths.
Dan Moriarity serves ox tail and
vegetable soap day and night at his
Highest Honors World Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
ton AnMioou, Aium or my omer aauuerim.
jJTUAS THS STAMOAKO.
place on the southwest corner of Sec
ond and R ick Island streets, Daven
Ladies: $1.10 for a good warm
lined shoe, leather ' Taced, worth
1.50, to close at $1.10. Also line of
warm slippers at 75 cents. The
Tomorrow, Saturday only, carna
tions 19 cent a dczen, roses 45 cents.
Come ea ly and get the flowers fresh
and fragrant. Anderson, florist at
Fine pair clob skates given with s
suit or overcoat from $2 op. We
sell yon cheaper than any one else,
and give yon skates for nothing.
Gnst Brimb'rg. of Moline, and
Miss Anna S im nelson, of Kewanee.
e-e -married Wednesday by Bev. J.
L. Murphy, of Grace English Luth
Ove shoes, arctics, felt boots, rub
bers, for anybody and everybody.
Save doctor bills by keeping your
feet dry. The Boston.
The river remains stationary at
6.5 at Reed's Landing. A rise of 0.5
foot at LaCrosse has brought the
water up to 7.5 at that place, the
danger line being 10 feet.
Just received extra heavv frize
nlsters in bUck and oxford, weight 36
ounces to the vard, worth $15, but
bought tbetn so cheap we can sell
them for $10; only 25 in the lot. The
As an inducement to the public.
the Eastein Fair will give one-half
cozen first class photographs of any
member of your family free with
every $5 purchase for the month of
uecemocr only. 2107 and 2109
Nicholas Lage wishes to publiclv
acknowledge tbe many acts of kind
ness and sympathy shown by neigh
bors and friends during tbe illness
and at the time of tbe death of his
beloved wife, and to each of whom
he extends his sincere thanks.
Tiskilwa business men have called
upon Congressman Reeves, of their
district, and given him to understand
that they want the affairs of the
Hennepin canal pushed. Business
men of this district 6honld admin
ister a prod to Prinrce Geneseo
Geo'ge Wyman. 8C8 Ninth street
temporarily employed as pitman at
the Tri-City Railway company's
power station on Second avenue, had
tbe index linger of bis right hand
badly lacerated by having it caught
n the furnace door yesterday af-er-
noon. Engineer Dowhng assisted
tbe injured man to Dr. DeSilva's
nfiicp, whereithe finger was dressed.
It is thonght that the member can be
Charlotte Allen Scott pleased a
arge audience at association hall
last night with er monologue, '-In
Switzerland," which consisted of an
explanation of a trip through that
cenic country, chamcterization of
ts people, etc. It was the lirst en
tertainment in the association series,
and was a success. Miss Scott is a
graceful and pleasing entertainer.
sbe also gave several recitations.
Miss Sonntag and Mr. Peterson, of
Davenport, furnished tbe musical
The funeral of Mrs. Nicholas Lage
was held from the residence on
Twenty-first street and 2 o'clock yes
terday afternoon to the German
but jeran . church, where a large
number of friends of the deceased
came to pay the last sad rites, and
where services were conducted by
Rev. A. C. Mennicke. Interment
as made at the German Lutheran
cme?ery. The pallbearers wtrt:
u. Kracke. Charles Hansgen, M.
Voss, N. Juhl, Charles Pfoh and
Henry J. Brnnswig.
Smoke Lincoln Clnb cigars.
Des. 2 Lorraine Case to John
Gjynn. s b'ocij 21. iMarshah's add.,
Cordova, $ l.2o.
William Schmcil to Wiiliam
Wiesener, tract by metes and
bounds. 2, 17, 2w, $7,000.
3 w. B. Surague to RofasB. Tay-
lir, wj cj swj 1,"16, 6, nej swj 1,
10. t, 1.3 o.
John N. Eklond to Charles O. An
derson, lot 8, Eklnnd's subdiv., ml
sej te 6, 17, lw, $375.
Henry Omler, by master.
R. J. R Baker, lots 9. 13 and
block 15. old town of Cordova. $lt'5
A. B. E. Adams to Abraham Clark
lot 19, Belcher G. Sio-wnrtl add.
Ucanaad to WL
i;ust Hnmw-rff M.'it..
Ml Anna Samuebon " KeKanee
A If rel 1'arlson . M-iine
Miss Caroline Peal Moline
Smoke Lincoln Club cigars.
Generally cloudy tbi-t afternoon
aim luoigut, prouaoiy iigtt rain or
snow Saturday; southerly winds pre-
. a.uug. xuuajr b leuipe. a'.ure 2S.
F J. Wals. Observer
To tare a CoM la Kaa D y.
Take laxative Bronio Quinine Tab-
leis. ah druggists refund the money
ii tana hi core, zo cents.
1888 Tan Taar OtanatM 1888.
I will replace free all work that
have done during tbe past 10 years
ui nut BauBiaciory.
172.1 Seond avenne
Tbe person who disturbed tbe con
gregauon last annnay iy coughing is
requested to to call on M. F. Bahn
sen and get a bottle of Foiev's Honey
T - . .
ion Jr wflica always g:ves reliet
Smoke Lincoln Clnb cigars.
With a better understanding of the
transient nature of the manv ohm.
leal ilia, which vanish before proper ef
forts gentle efforts pleasanteiforte
rightly directed. There is comfort in
the knowledge, tbat so rrjanv forms of
sickness are not due to any actual dis
ease, bnt simply to a constipated condi
tion of the system, which the pleasant
family laxative. Syrup of Figs, prompt
ly removes. Tbat is why it is the only
remedy with. i"n-if families, and is
everywhere esteeu.e ao highly by all
who value good health. Its beneficial
effects me doe to the fact, that it is the
one remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness without debilitating the
organs on which it ads. It is therefore
all important, in order to get its bene
ficial effects, to note when yon pur
chase, that yon have the genuine arti
cle, which is manufactured by the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by
all reputable drnggists.
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 skulful
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 lanrelv
used and gives most general satisfaction.
ims is ine way
That Hess Bros, take to
let yon know tbey are
always ready to furnish
yon the best the market
affords. Their list this
Jersey Sweet Potatoes,
L Rutabaga. '
Dressed Turkeys and Chickens.
Malaga and Catawba Grapes. K
Oianges, Cholcs Eating Apples, JT
Bananas and PineaDuIps P
Oysters, Celery and a full line
of fancy goods of all kinds.
4 Even tning fresh. First class
delivery set vice )
1717 Second Avenue.
j Tours for Good Goods, h
BABIIEY li BERRY
1.15-1117 8S0OBD AVENUE.
YUM -:- YUM
Is what your best girl, wife,
sister or mother will say
when yon invite them to
KRELL & MATH'S to a roy
al feast of Baltimore broil or
in any style yon may wish,
and with a enp of fragrant
Coffee, Chocolate or Tea
and some of their lovely
Bakery Goods or perfect
Bread. It is a treat for a
KRELL & MATH
Phona ll&t. 171S-1718 beoond Ave
Ice Cream on hands at all
times by the dish, qnart,
gallon or in forms.
Our ads are lecogn'zed as solid Bargain Truths tiatbrirg you jnulne pric Ben fit. W never have ard
never w 11 believe tht public want to be humbuirgedneittic-r do M & K offend your intelligence by adver
tising fabulou?, untruthful "worths" (as wrrth $5 for $) which abound la other ads uow.days For it years
we hve made it more profitable for yen to trade here tan at any other stcre. Our buiress could never have
been built up had we resulted to such shallow, misleading statements as generally predominates. We make
it a point to give a 11 tie bettf r article at a Utile less price thaa you really expect to get, and beg to call atten
tions to our
15, S7.S5 and f 10 Men's Overcoats.
$1.90. 16 85. $3.50 and $10 Men's Suits.
$1 95, $2.95, 3 50 and $. 85 Bojs Ulsters.
$1.95. $2.95. $3.75 and $1.50 Boys' Reefers.
$t 40, $4.90, $6 35 and $10 Boys' Lod Pant Suits.
13c, 255. SSo and 49c Knee Pants.
6c, 15c, 25s. SSc nod 49o Shirt Waists.
10c, 15c, 25e. 35c and COc Mufflers.
While the prices we quote give a bare idea, we prefer having yoa compare the geods
all over town, match them if you can comparison will readily convince that there is
Men's Shoes at $1.50,
& Hudson s iron clad
Tbe smile of sa'h faction that beams from the countenances of
many men along the street? That s when they're conscious
they are well dressed. That's when they buy their clothes of
Zimmer & Co. That's when they know they hive been fitted.
Ycu can feel happy, too. if you wish. Go to
The Leading Tailors
Zimmer & Co. Let them show you their line and sell you a suit
or a handsome greit coat for the stormy diys that ire coming, and
then as the novelists say you "will live happy ever after."
I Holiday " Bargains I
I PARLOR SUITES
Clemann & Salzmann.
others charge $a 00. Men's Shoes at $2. others charge $3 for.
shoes and btrong & GaxOeld's fine men's shes.
THE LEADING TAILORS
The wild winds of winter have whistled about
our rouses and mikes us ttfnkof Christmas.
With that comes the thoughts of presents. A
lager array of handsome and useful presents
cannot be found elsewhere than here. Some
thing for every member of the family, and some
thing appropriate at that
You know us when it comes to Couches a
magnificent disp!ay at wholesale prices A special
feature for the holidays.
In endless variety, at prices w thin your reach.
We know we can please you and please the re
cipient of the present Hundreds of pretty and
appropriate articles. Call early.
LEADERS IS FURNITURE.
25c, 39a, 48c and 76e Underwear.
7c, 18a, S5o and 48c GJores and Mittens,
lie, 37o and 48c Working Sfairts.
Be, 7c. 10c and 16c Hosiery.
75c, 98c and $1.26 Men's Jean rants.
$1 60. $1.95 and 12.35 Men's all wool Tatts.
25o and 45c Overalls.
Tells the Tale
with other dea'ers lock
no place like -
agent for Dugan