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THE ABGTJ8, MONDAY. DECEMBER 7. 189a
See Adams' ad.
See Adam1 ad.
Clean the streets.
Bead The Argus wants.
Boy' shoes $1 at Adams' sale.
l,ow prices on flour at Beecber's.
Youths1 shoes $1 at Adams' sale.
The best broom Lee's Little Gem
Merrill pianos. Tot ten music house.
Klng-Hasler company page seven
Mens1 shoes $1.80 at Adams' sale.
William Dressen is in St. Louis on
Howard mandolins and guitars.
Totten's music bouse.
Zee McMahon is slowly recovering
irom bis severe inness.
Have your pianos or organs tuned
and repaired by W. C. Totten.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Myers, 1826
Sixth avenue, have a new son.
Books, books,' books. Note a few
quotations in McCabe Bros', ad.
Dreis goods mutt go this week.
Bead big ad. ot Young & McCombs'.
Ribbons, bows made free at Mc
Cabe Bros., handsome, stylish and
Cloaks, jackets and furs at un-
heard of prices at Young A Mc
Combi'. They bring the results quickly and
with but little cost. Use A kg i s
Twenty to 25 per cent saved by
buying your winter clothicg of I.
Now is the time to buy a good
dress, cloak or jacket cheap at Young
Beat on Record, Gold Medal or
Fettit's Best flour only $1.25 a sack
The promised change of time card
on the Rock Island road cornea Sun
day, Dec. 20.
Wool beige veiling, the 35 cent
kind only 10 cents a yard at Young
Mason & Hamlin pianos and or.
gans at Totten's music house, 1719
Another lot of choice leaf lard to
sell at wholesale or retail; cheap for
cash, at Beecber's.
W. L. Ludolph has returned from
a three days' business trip to Ne
koma and Annawan.
Reidy & Galley today disposed of
their moat market on Fourth avenue
to John Caratensen.
See gran'i closing out announce
ment of Klug-Hassler Dry Good
company on page seven.
Be9t Minnesota flour $1.10 and
Crosby's No. 1 flour $1.05 at Beech
er's, 1513 Second avenue.
The stage of water at the Rock Isl
and bridge this morning was 90, and
falling; the temperature 36.
Dress trimmings cut jet and steel
up to $1.25 a yard, only 35 cents a
yard, at Young A McCombs1.
To boom the book department Mc
Cabe Bros, are quoting some special
prices you will not find elsewhere.
If you are a cash buyer you can
save monev by ordering vour grocer
ies at Beecher's cash store, 1513 Sec
Moline bakers have adopted the
course of the Rock Island bakers and
raised the price of bread to 6 cents a
The Sechler carriage works is to
Drancn out and manufacture corn,
planters and a line of farm impli
Moline has two pronounced candl
dates for postmaster. They are W
I.Eastman, of the Dispatch, and
r tiTiitj ,
una- vru nam uienaemn.
If you think it worth while to save
from 20 to 25 per cent on all winter
oiotnin. underwear, mitts and
gloves, call on I. Bamberger.
Henry Rinck, the enterprising ton
oralist, has added two bath tubs to
ms parlor at 1434 Seventh avenue.
He charges only 15 cents for baths.
Rock Island lodge 85, Mystic
Workers of the World, has issued In
vitations to a social dance to be given
bun nan rriuay evening, uec. IB.
A quarrel occurred in a Second it.
enue saloon last night in which it is
aid a well known man drew his
hooting irons. But no one was
Thoe who did not get started on
The Arous book contest in time to
get the first words can consult the
files in The Argus .business office
and easily obtain them.
A new lathing firm has been
formed composed of John M. Sulli
Tan and J. 1. Laughlin. the latter
fo-merly of Dubuque. The firm will
.Highest Honors World' Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE
be known as Sullivan A LaughHa,
Fay, 2-months-old child of Mr. and
Mrs. Frederics: Jacobs, zoui rum
avenue, died yesterday. The funer
al occurred this morning, interment
being made at Chippiannock.
W. H. Edwards, of the Edwards A
Walsh Construction company, which
has the contract for the Illinois
Wei tern hospital for the insane, says
the building will be under cover in
about eight days.
Another cloak maker anxious to
unload found McCabe Bros, were
buyers, if they could name their
own figures, and that's just what
they did. It will pay you to go
early this week and see.
Twin-City Typographical anion
107 yesterday etated B. W. Newton
president to succeed C. W. Phillips.
John Schlemmer was elected vice
president in place of Newton, who
has hitherto occupied that office.
As an inducement to the public.
the Eastern Fair will give one-half
dozen first class photographs of any
member of yonr family free with
every $5 purchase for the month of
uecemoer only. 2117 and 2109
Button, button; who has the but
ton? Rasmusden A Free have the
buttons. Yon can seenra mm nf
yourself, wife baby or sweetheart by
having your picture taken. We are
giving one with every dozen cabinet
pnoios as a noiiaay inducement.
Charles H. Yales' "Twelve Tem ro
tations" com pan v. which held the
boards at the Turner (irant nnara
house, Davenport, last night, had a
special car over the Milwaukee to
Clinton this morning. There are 4
people in the company.
C. A. Steele, assistant in thai nffiu
of F. M. Day. freight agent of the C.
R. I. A P.. was brnntrht hnma fnim
Burlington Saturday with a broken
g o ii oau since aiigntmg
hurriedly from a train in that city a
fortnight ago. Davenport Demo
'The Westerner" was o nin at
Harper's theatre last evening by The
najrerB, u weu oaiancea, popular
priced organization. The pieee was
well handled and some verv clnvpr
specialties were introduced. The
company will remain three nights
The symphony Mandolin clnb ia
the name of a new musical organiza
tion of which Luke E. Hemenway is
I i t
uiniiDci . im vino is composed oi
Luke E. Hemenwav and Curl Mncllnr
first mandolin; William Killmer, sec
ond mandolin; and Ed Killmer,
C. H. Smith, a former attanlia nf
The Abgus. but who now represents
me uuu rercna ac. KuDoer Manulac.
turing company, of Chicago, is in
the city. Mr. Smith's house has bid
on the rubber hose contract, nrn.
DOSal for Which the Council will Innk
State's Attornev Searleand nirnnit
Clerk Gamble today entered upon
the dutirg of the offices to which
they were reelected last month.
L V. Eckhart and W. A. Daxlinir.
the new coroner and county sur
veyor, also assumed the reins of
their respective offices.
Edward Bealer, a young man who
Rfl T ha rP1 tom fin UnnnwA -n ..
and Twenty-second street, was fined
ana costs in tne police court to
day on a charge of carrvinir con.
cealed weapons. He was arrested in
the lower end of the city last night
by Officer Simmons.
Satnrdav evening betwiwtn en it a
o'clock fire destroyed a barn and sev
eral sheds on the premises of Peter
Copeman, of Sears. A wagon, cnlti.
vator and a few other imDlementa
were oarnea. rne nre aid no dam
age to any otner property and was
soon put out. The barn is a. total
wreck and is not insured.
John Voss this morninp deposited
with THE A KG US 25 as a forfeit tn
accept the handicap challenge Issued
ujr ri. Ainenon. oi ew Xork. to
throw an amateur wrestler five times
in an hour. Mr. Voss wants the
match made for $50, the condition
to be two Dointa down, flcinir falla
barred. The other $25 is to be put
up me nigncoi me maicn.
In the UDner end of Rnck f .land
county the farmers are talking about
George Gennn'a finer rhnlnra run
He has been making some experi
ments wm a powaer saia to be a
sure preventive, the chief ingredient
of which was a small portion of ar
senic. Mr. Geuung substituted
strychnine by mistake, and it did the
uuaiueaa quicser ana surer than
tne cnoiera would.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret
fOm AflMooiua, Alum or any other adulUr&t,'
AJrUU THI STAMDAU.
Vf late Teartet bum.
Mow In effect via the Chicago. Pe
oria & St. Louis Railway, to southern
winter resorts. Cheap rates to Mo
bile, Ala., New Orleans. La., Jack
sonville. Fla.. Hot Sorincra. Ark .-.I
other southern points. The direct
i i . . . .
w snori line ior me sonin. For in
formation call on your local agent or
address the undersigned.
W. J. McLeaw.
C P. A T. A., C. P. A St. L. R. R.
A certain rector in a Suffolk village.
who was disliked in the parish, had a
curate who was very popular, and, on
his leaving, was presented with a testi
monial This excited the envy and wrath
ot the rector, and, meeting with an old
lady one day, be said :
a am surprised, Mrs. Bloom, that
you should have subscribed to this testi
"Why. sir," said the old lady, "if
you'd bin a-goin, I'd 'ave subscribed
double !' London Tit-Bits.
Tarn Abocv, only llw weak.
With a better understanding ot the
tranaient nature of the mur nhva.
leal ilia, which vanish before proper ef
forts rattle efforts pleasant efforta
rightly directed. There ia comfort in
the knowledge, that so many forma of
aickneea are not doe to anv actual dis
ease, but simply to a constipated condi
tion ot the system, which the pleasant
family laxative, Syrup of Figs, prompt
ly removes. That ia why it is the only
remedy with -tT-of Jamil tea. and tm
everywhere esteeu-e, so highly by all
who value good health. Its beneficial
effect ane due to the fact, that it is the
one remedy which promote internal
cleanliness without debilitating the
organa on which it acts. It is therefore
all important, in order to get its bene
ficial effects, to note when Trm mm
chase, that you have the genuine arti
cle, which is manufactured by the CaU-
Ku uia r syrup vo. oniy ana soul by
all reputable druggists.
If in the enjoyment of good health,
and the system is regular, lajrativpa nr
other remedies are then not needed. If
afflicted with any actual disease, one
may be commended to the moat skillful
physicians, but if in need of a laxative,
one should have the best, and with the
well-informed everywhere. Svtud of
Figs stands highest and is most larcelv
used and gives most general satisfaction.
This is the nay
That ness Bros, take to
ies you know they are nr
always ready to furnish
you the best the market
affords. Their list this
I Holland Cabbage,
Jenej Sweet Potatoes,
Dressed Turkeys and Chickens,
Malaga and Catawba Grapes,
Oranges, Choice Eating Apples,
Bananas and Pineapples w-
A of fancy goods of all kinds.
4 Even thing fresh. First class
4 Tours for Good Goods, I
1717 Second Avenue.
BAB & BEfiRY
HU-1117 - BECOSD AVXHUK.
Is what your beat girl, wife,
sister or mother will say
when yon invite them to
KBELL A MATH'S to a roy.
al feast of Baltimore broil or
in any style yon may wish,
and with a cop of fragrant
Coffee, Chocolate or Tet
and some ot their lovely
Bakery Goods or perfect
Bread. It is a treat for a
KRELL & MATH
Phone 11M. 171I-171I Second Avn.
Ies Cream on hands at all
times by the dish, quart,
gallon or la forms.
P4C II My re-Reck Dry Goods Co.
THE BARGAIN CENTER 170Q aod 1711 Secood Arenoe, Cock t1. CL
LAST WEEK OF CLEARING SALE.
Secoad and last week of the Big Cleariaf gal.
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causes taevy rlbbwi aa letesd Bsaa. tic aas IS: valaee. asw a.
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"taiwwwatastef las wkHe ns Bakets at lbs a
. racial M of ekHeawaavar Wool Blaaheta at wantala
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TOYS, BOOKS. GAMES.
CaM tett a. a Soakla aan aa (kta eaa.. mrt a i..i..,n .
S-l' a-iac a. aa. Siaant, -mt aaee waa tti. w ate taee.ee
r-w wwai. ia. rMOM IthanM.
SBeetaclawiytaaetaifceUinwrltiee Vea14 wees U
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aer4 ate- eras far lc
FANCY CHINA. VASES. ETC
Var.eataty aate.elct artict.s at tatw lower artae thaa yea
Ml IMfBl IWWTM'Va
The wHd winds of winter have whistled ibout
our houses and makes us think of Christmas.
With that comes the thoughts of presents. A
lager array cf handsome and useful presents
cannot be found elsewhere than here. Some
thing for every member of the family, and some
thing appropriate at that
CJ Q TU D IHI IS G3
You know us when it comes to Couches a
magnificent display at wholesale price A special
feature for the holidiys.
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 article t. Call early.
Clemann S Salzmann. 1
THE LEADED! I5f FtJDNITUnEe
Our ads are lecoan'zed as solid Bariaia Truths that briojj you genuine Prce Beotfits. We never have aod
never will believe the public want to be humbugged oe h Ucr do M & K. offend your intelligence bv adver.
tlslos fabulous, untruthful "worths" (as worth $.5 for $0 which abound In other ads nowadays For 11 years
we have made it more profitable for you to trade here than at any other store. Our business could never hare
been built up had we resorted to such shallow, misleading statements as generally predominates. We make
it a point to give a little betUr article at a little less price than you really expect to get, and beg to call atten
ds. S7.85 and $10 Men's Overcoats.
S4.90, 16.35. 8.o0 and $10 Men's Suits.
1 95. $2.95, $3 60 and $1 85 Bojs' Ulsters.
11.95. 12.95. $3.75 and $4.60 Boys Reefers.
$4 40. $4.90. $4 85 and $10 Boys' Losr. Put SoiU.
lSe. J5e. $Se and 49e Knee Pants.
6c, 15c, 15c. $8s and 49e Skirt Waists.
10c I60, 25e. 85e and 0 Maffltrs.
tSe, So, 48e aad 76e rjadenrear.
7c, lSe, S5e and 4S Gloves and M iUas.
tie. 87. aad lie Working 8L.rU.
, 7c, IO0 and 16c Uoslerj.
75c. 98c aad $l.t6 Men's Jena TaaU.
$1.60. $1.95 aad 1M Meal nil wool Pants.
S6s nod 45c Overalls.
Comparison Tells the Tale
While the prices we quote give a bire thought we prefer having yon compare the goods with other csleTaloo':
all over town, match them if you an parison will readJy convince that there is no place like
Meu's Shoes at $1 50, others charge $a 00. lien's Shoes at Ss. others charge $3 lor. Sole scent for Dnjan
mm in h mmmmm, whvuj a wsmwww auav "TTTI Sal.