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THE ARGUP, TUESDAY, JANUARY 2 1897.
Hard wood at McKown'a.
Call for union made cigars.
Watch for the tale of the Bamber
ger clothing stock.
H. A. Winter, of Trenton, Mo., is
visitin in the city.
Kv K. W. fiunsanlns lectures at
the Firi-. It B church tonight.
State's Attcn cy C. J. Searlo sptnt
Sunday ar. i yesterday in Chicago j
Sooiieso, La Saiie, Cable and Le- j
high Valley hard coal at McKownV 1
Crisp underwear bargains for cold
weaintr buyers at Mi In t vre-KecK '
Trinity Improvement guild will
meei at the rectory tomorrow at 2
Blankets, warm ones. 33 cents;'
very heavy blankets $1 18 a: Mcin-'
Men a merino vcol hoFe worth 1
cents at three pairs for 25 cents. lie.
In tyre-Reek Co.
Three-pound can of grated piDe
apple 5 cents, baked beans o con's a
can at Horton'a,
The stai;e of water at the Hock Isl
and bridge at n on was 3 7i) ;tnd ris
ing; 'he temperature 5 below.
The cut prices are making short;
work id tteeed honse wrappers at j
Mclntyri'-Keck Co.'s. f 1 12 ami f 1 4.
Buckwheat 8a ur 23 cents a sack, I
2-galUn pail of syrop 'M cents and a
15 pound pail of jelly 31 cents at
The dramatic company of Book
Island and Davenport pe ple gave
the performance or "Hazel Kirke"at
Iowa City la-t nij'iit.
C. C. Coo is disposing of hi3 in
terests here preparatory to removing
to Chicago, where he will embark iu
the furniture 'vjtiness.
Miss Emma Orth has returned to
Washington, la., aft. r a two weeks'
visit with her aunt, Mrs A C. Mcr
row, of Twenty-second street.
The entire Stock of clothing, hut
ad .tarnishing stock of the late I
Bamberger to be sold at, half price,
and many goods m much less.
Good black fur inii(T-i 25 cents, and
the balance of the stock at 89 cents
and $1.60. hn.i, third and quarter
former prices. Mclntyre Keck Co.
Tho Davenport school board h:ic
deter m : ned to a-k tho voters to ap
prove of the erectii n of another new
school building in west Davenport.
lr. Henry 1). Steele, eye, ear, nose
and throat sp cialist. Glasses prop
erly fitted B tenstein block. Fifth
avenue and Fifteenth Btreet, afoline.
Dr. F W Gunaanlas delivers the
second of t!;' y 1 c. A lecture
course at the First M E chur-h to
night. The general admission will
be 35 cents
Child's black a ce hose at 10 and
16 cents, reduced from i(i and 25
cents;m issea alJ wool hose at 1(1
cents reii'"-( fr m 25 ct r.ts. M-Intyre-Reck
In a day or two 'ho sale of the
Bamberger stock will bo opened
Children's suits at 35 cents, men's
raps at 5 cents, heavy nnderwear,
worth 60 cents at 18 cents.
Members of the Tri-Cit Christian
Endeavor uni. n going from Bock Isl
and l" t'se regular monthly meeting
at Davenport tins evening are p'.an
riiii it to o over on the 7 o'clock car
The. stock of the late I Bamberger
was disposed ol bv Deoutv Sheriff
William Bauson at s-heritl's sale this
morning It was bought bi atosea
felder & K hn, their bid bet 'g (3,550
An east bound meat trair on the
Rock Island was disabled in tho
yards in this city Snnd ij night, the
engine leaving the trac'; near tho ap
proach to the railroad bridge, and
blocking traffic for about an hour.
Members 1 the FasU-rn Star ih-.p-ters
of Rock Island. Moline and
Milan were in attendance at the
meeting of the Davenport chapter
last evening, in honor of the rand
matron of Iowa D.tvcnpoit Demo
crat. Tho Davenport Business Hen's as
sociation bist evening adopted reso
lutions setting forth the injustice of
the toll Imposed upon tue Iri-City
Railway company by congress for
the use of the new Bock Island
bridge av.d praying that it be modi
fied and a copy sent to Washington
Joseph Gntsweiler has vacated th
saloon at tne corner of H tee nth
street and Second avenue, ii re
spond to a warrant served on him
by Constable Eekhart, Beardaley &
Bailey, lessees of the building, hav-
tng a Olatm lor rent of $150, and 53
on an acc .utit. against Ur. Gnta
coroner 1. Ecnnart and n jti'y
composed ol 1. r isreen, foreman
A. O Brian, T. Y. Banks, William
n?ccM t.onorfj Worjdl r-eir.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A care Grare Cream of Tartar Powder. Free 1 When bilious or costive eat a Ca
from Ai-rcccu Alj-r o-ary other adultermt. j onret, enndv cathartic, care jmaran
0 Y1S 7rtg STAWDA.ar- leed, io cents, 2o cents.
Mitchell. M. W. Keller and LewU
Colgrove. held an inquest over the
body of Frank Newton, the lad
drowned at "aiou Saturday after
noon. A verdict of accidental death
Hats a. 50 cents, Bamberger's
price $..50; men'r. suits at 3 Bam
35 cents. Rami, rr's price ftl.Sft;
raen6 cnp3 at 5 and M ct.ntSi Bam.
berger's price 35 and M cents
There'll be plenty of bargains for a'l.
Wait f -r the opening. Only a few
days and aU wtl1 be in readiness.
m eat uamonape, now tue maa-
ttKer an1 ai-o tee -captain naves port
of Alabama. ' was Tor several years
the leading nan fot Aueustin Daly: he
also helti the same position with A
M Palmer f r a long period. Prior
to thi-; he was leading man for Lotta
for four years. This great play i9 to
lie se-n at the Burtis at Davenport
tomorrow evening, as a benefit to B.
B. O F. lodge 208.
Col. Robert M. Littler, aged 68.
formerly city editor of the Davenport
Clazytte, died at Chicago Sunday.
He organised the volunteer fire de
partment of Davenport, after vvhieh
he f-.rmed a military compan v. be
coming its captain. He served his
country in the civil war, losing an
arm in battle and being breve ted lien
en:, at colonel. Fox tha past t-n
years Col Littler had bcea secretary
of the Chicago Produce Exchange.
He as well known and higaiy es
teemed in the three cities.
The new book. -'Knitting and
Crocheting," of Ct pages, over 5u
original designs illustrated, teauti
ful laoe pattens, shawls, hoods, jack
ets, etc., has been p iblishcd by the
Horue, 1 tl Milk street. Boston, Mass.,
aud will be sent with a subscription
to that paper. The Home is a 20
page mjnlhly died with original
stories, literary and domestic topics
and fashi' ns. Its department of
fancy work is a special feature, new
antt dritrinsl dc-ins each issue. The
price of subscription Is 5 ) cents per
year and will include one of these
buks. As a special inducement 10
trial subscribers, a copy of this bok
will be given with a O-months' sub
i-cripti in. The price of the book is
25 cents, but a 6 months' subcrip
'ion and lb" book combined will be
sent for anly 15 coats. Their annual
premium list for 189 4 will be sent 1
free on application.
C'itrrli la the HfAd
Is a danger ova disease. It ;npy Wd
(!:: ctly to consumption. Catarrh is
caused by impwm b ocd. r.nd the true
ay to cure it ;-. by purifying the
blood. Hood's arsaparilla cures
cat'irrh becanse it rcnsovae tv,e caii'p
of it by purifying the bio od. Thou
rauds testify that they have been
cured by HoosTa Sar.-apui iiia.
Hood's pills arc purely vegetable
and do not parge, pain or gripe. All
drn'j-ists 25 cent-.
A HutiM Ktila Nreity.
CaECrein Candy Catnartic, the
most wonderful medical discovery of
the ajre. pleasant and refreshing to
the tu.-de, act gently ard positively
on the bowels, cleatisintr the cniire
system, distx 1 eolda. cure hesdache.
fever, habitnal constipation nr.d bil
iousnoss. Phman buy ar.d try a box
of C. C O. today: 19, S6, hi cents.
Sold and guaranteed to cure by all
Fnley.'n Eloney unit Tr
Cough Syrup wherever introduced is
considered the most pit-asanl aud ef
fective reniedv for all throat and
Long complaints. It is the ouly
prominent cough medicine that con
tains no opiates and thtt can 'afcly
triven to children, colli by M. t.
Bab n sen.
Tx Ct Heel. r j Notice.
The taxes for 1896 are now due
and payable at 'be law office of
0 E. Cramer. 1712 Second avenue.
Bring lp.st vear's tax recipts
and avoid delay in searching for de
scriptions, hkskv 1 HOSMiia.
Ttu Wei nni
(ionerally fair and crnticucd cold
weather tonight r.nd Wednesday:
tern peratare below zero the greater
part of the time, but some warmor
Wednesday. Light, north westerly
Today' temperature 4 be
F. J. Walz. Observer.
The datura, vanities of which are
commonly known ns the Jansestown
weed, or more familiarly tho jimson
wr il, the ti.orn aonli-. ;m allusion to
Use shape of the seed nis,- and its spines
and the dcrviTi truaipot. recalling its
nape and villainous o ior, rptaius its
nam,' almost ancanHsgnd from the Ar-
I'or.llrj una li..i;n s;ioit.
CMeago, .tKn. id. The rou'.trj' and
I,!c' n 1 chitaitioa irivon by th- National
Fanciers' aaanetaUoal opened last niRht
with entries of c.coo pnuitif and l.iioo
pir-ns. The WBVtoWJ clasyea of hotli
pi til try ar.d pipons are well repr-
aeati d. xt.--.ny in-.r. rtPd pegeeani wMen
hwn . n at road nr- Bastnra lvr the first
time in this conntry-
rn ihaiei 1 ta;M a iirm.
Hew Tork, Jan. j k Kvrhardt.
ef Nev.- Orleans. HSi MaM Matth- ivs!
of Bro-iklyn. f..uBi.t a f.ftfen round
draw at the Union Park Athletic club
last n: . ht.
BaaSn or a Miiirinkre K litor.
Ikllnaukce. Jan. 16. G., -ere K .. -rwn.
editor of The it. r-unia. died suddenly
last r.icht at th Deutther club. He wan
a native of Prussia. C4 yean old.
To Cure Cold In Ooa Out.
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the m:ney
if it fails to cere. 2 ernts.
Love em a
lcnjT way to
go to rta.h
tue Iran i
up - to - date
look for a wi.
ably he cxprc:
ban lie ti-
! in! c J
' ' looks, eood sense.
Ho 1 nature, good
Thev u'callv ( !or ther.
An observiK man learti :hr,t a wom.-.n
who is physK-.tily wer.k .'.tio r- rvon, aui in
capable, is likely to be ill-nainred t o The
sweetest temper is mined by contracJ
A mwnuaa wfcjojie nerves are constantly
racked .?nJ dT-.(r?cd by dtbilitrttnc drr.i'is
and lnHamnia!' n. cinnot t c a genial com
panion or happy wi'c ; and she totally
unfitted to he a raoth; r
Th-se trouble prevail almost universally
tracing women largely because of CiTelcs -E'-s
an 1 nt git ct Ther no real need ef
them. Dr. Pirrce's Favorite pTecription is
a positive spt-cii".c for the weaknesses and
dw . es of th - feminine onranism.
It ...res the.-n radica'.iy and complctelv.
It heals, strengthens and purifies, ft is the
only scientific lemi dv devised for thi pe-ci-il
purpose feyan "'V skilled physi
cian. It is the otnv . -ine that makes
niotherhoo'l easy and abolntcly safe.
Mi's Lauretta SIcNees. of Reno (P. O. Box 7St).
Washoe Co.. Mev witteS! "I ha-e discontlnned
ta'ain; the pTr-cTS'iini ' arvt will not take
aiv more (it present t. I.at month I had rm
pain at r.11 ami trorked evcrv day without arj
liirinvenience whatn-rr. It wa the first tint
I never ha l nain ilurin,; that period. I cannot
Say too much lor your medicines, espe.iat!'
the 'Favorite Prcrrir. ion ' and Pleasant IVl-l'-'.s.'
1 know of a laay who toot ons bottle of
your Favar.'e PrecrTpti -n ' r.-i '. J-ae stvs s:ie
ns not aM Hke pse was with her fir.', taw.
This was her cc -nl K ll y. She th;,nks it a
grand medicin.-. So do I."
Dr. Pierce lias hod a life time of experi
ence in this particular field. His loco-pace
itlustrat-d hook. -The People's Common
Sense Medical Advi-er" contains severd
chapters devoted to woman's special phy i
o!o?y. A p.-.p-r bound copy will be sent free
on receipt of 21 one-cent stamr.' to pay the
cost of mailinsr only. Add less. World's Dis
P nssry Medtcal tss don, Btitfalo. X. Y.
For a cIoth-boui:d copy send 31 stamps.
And get the hest that's
in the market. By
trading at our store
you get good goods
and fair price.-.
4 HERE IS A
4 PARTIAL LIST
w 11 Rear,e,
Si dp Uu-.cif s.
i ar-It J,
CHICKENS AD REESE
Naval O ranees, 5faiata and
Yours for Fairness,
tvnrn yon rsn bey atiy 1: - Shoe
in oi:r honsr to.-
V.hr, jon csn buy SS7 Lid!s a
When yon ran ay scy IJies' 2H1
or fi SS .-Lou for
Irr er.tory Sale Ends
Ja ! 30.
n ' mmm h-
! 4 nrfifi nnrtft
1 . n a t - r. t p a a '
1 4 .t:vx HK1I
1717 Second Avenue.
See Htm Eat
'" i " V
r Kl r
GREAT SCOTT. HO M HI
Since you cook his food on
THE NEW RIVERSIDE
RANGE. Riverside Stoves
end Ksnges are great apt
: vers. See them.
K amd fVI
Stamped on every loaf nf ocr
Perfect Hotnc-Maie Bread.
Remember this and see t
yon get It.
LfaiU Math's Brsad
Is fast 1 ring re'fgn'r'd snd
ca Vd for by aver3b0.lv. It
is s-ade from the beat fL.ur
ard ly the lair t prows
kn.vn to the B.-Vt ' A
It is rt tine jraln rich fn
fl tvnr and chrn-k fn'.i of
nutriment. 1t"T t It ca!" '
the STAFF OF UR! Pe
raoe it streng hen man's
Eat your dainty c tly i ands
Bat g v to me. instead.
One s iTrv slice of
Kr k & Math 1W Br d.
We have Ice Cicams aud
Fruit Ices on hand n' all
times', no matter bow co'd
the weather is. Stop in ani
try a dish or order some cp
for home. We deliver it
KRELL & MATH
71-1718 oeoond Ave
lets Make 97 Hum!
Overcoats, worth II at C'.S
Overcoats, worth HIM. at I
Overcoats, worth t!. at 1
Overcoa's. worth iJ at 17 35
Children's Suits, worth '-'. at f l .Vt
Children's Snits. r. rth .'. at .
Ch-IJren's Suits, worth i -i at. -j M,
Heavy Woolen Socks, worth SOc. at 1
Extra Woolen So-.-ks, worth 60c. at. .55c
In tyre-Reck Dry Goods co.
THE BARGAIN CENTER
HUrS2fTfT? rm hasvasa.
I .F.ECED WEAIfBM.
Wmrm mywhrnW .- . -tm Tw , !. w
. ' ; - -
- M i n. - Imm-w aSMJ I Till iv
y taakvaaai aaa . ... i.trfca.sasiar
Pi. .1 OKI. m i!; - ft
Ptsut FMaoasaSW m sita. wlm
to a Id br TV arr Mw Sr
Owwta: MMet ofim-r etSvti
TFXXIS SIGHT ..iW N-
itf.t. ntehfi4nisaatalr aarasetaa mv Stra 1 1
-. ta o -a: a Ts aaaaai Sc.
oi 1 taw ioai- riait?y t.gvt yoaratirr.
FLEECED AND WOOL HOSIER T
SUo -aesl ta elrar is -Jk. Ya n4 U rm rw rw
hf m..i. prW.
- - aeafc.aaSaaesf .-eeajar. .
a - hd4Mac e-M b nvt. trmm He
' r" olara tiasei ail hsas 4aajaaaaolsr4
Clod Clearing Time
Is here and yon will want
that timepie' cleaned and
pot in shape so that yon can
le more punctual daring tho
coming year. Oar fertHtice
for handling this work are
the beat. We make a special
effort to do antiafartory work
and we seldom fail.
ClGCks Called for and Delivered
All yon need to do la drop
n a postal and yonr eloefc
in be . :. ! f r
turned to yon in good i
.Woltm&D, the Jswsler.
Of a l.vioilr)' ffi-leney wwn,
li tlw sra- It "Mors uj," a al Ha
shirt, tti'-tich Uw.- ate 'o ef at
ii. : . r- axira -kill an 1
rtw Wt InvtaF yun to raiapafi a
shirt or anv other aitk-1 tmimjtlrd
hen- with t spd m- rewl..t ati4
p'arr Htr patnmaai-amntlinah .
We d-i nut t- .r tin- tost. .
1T2 Third Am. Pbrms KM.
T is, as always, cur determination to increase our buslm ss from year to year We ' ily
appreciate that avhrR the genera! fry Is Hard Times' it will require a areattr ffort
on our part to accomplish our aim than ever, at d we are not goi g to lone any timr io
bringing about the necessary results. With the beginirtg of th new jear sr iMI the
hum in order to make '97 a hummer, o here goes.
Knee rant, worth
Knee Pact-, worth
Kn- l ints worth
shirt Wo w r: , .- at ISe
SMrt Was-, worth frc. at t&e
Sbirt Waiate. worth : aodl.0at 'Jj
Mt N S
Mns S'ilT Mate,
- ' " If.'.,
M-e . -i f! liste.
This Is goirg to be the Banner Year f or us as far as sales g . tren if
to you the profit and m rr to. Call at ly and often.
rog nod 1711 Second Avenue Rock M&od. IU.
av. .. m tsjaal -1
a- aSra w
m s w-sr .t.. 1
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eat eat ansa. -
saJas at .
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s iwsun a. na m. at
Si SV aii grt iwisaaS irown. as Ha 1 v
as -Las aa ' ifi.e oik 1 it . r 1 sea'
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MES S HMI.
A l-ejaw ass 1 Hi . ' f.. n
A le kw .en St u. urn !. oni n
. t 01..
a- . 1
''I.'' " ' 'I
R rek lataad bra . r" Port or thr lab
It will rive yon elm ead , end bniid up a
mM healthy nowdtUoa.
Tkw sjanlt wo mm e4 tba
tkn ckniaHt niewth okaeannMe.
. m m m
This Cold Snap
. A A A Ai
: , at
; A., at
Mh 1" HA I S.
wcrth W. nt
mnrth at .
worth fx V. nt
MORE CUTTING OF lACKT PRICES
m. alttai ti,
a' m-ft. n t. wi
mua. 1. . 1.
I' I I
k r. hi. 1 1. .. t tuns . ...11,
11 v iihtmil 1 11 1
1 .- a 1 1 v . Li 1. anil
paraat wnnttty. and our hotm m. r
Ordbsr n case mmm) ftt mn nut
Idand Brewing Co.
m. . .. 11. - w .. .1 ri am' m
I fa rrobkbly
afTrctd ihr hlumbinc ol otir
honar irf.'r Irt t'rtgj go
nnvfurtrMr. stop tti m t.uw.
It won't tost mtx h. I) rro
crastination that rot.
We trork q Mckly and Hon
eitlv our terms are mide-
ate- yist c nou.'V to In' i
I -vy ;almore Sntta
all asaee thej are
GLOVES. CAPS. ETC.
rit IJittnr at redu''d fti' i
1 adoTwaar at rdnoed nrlnan
REAL GENUINE BARGAINS
Wo arm bad as snatt inimRjrnts.
i ' . ;i i : '.r (a: r. ti i.ffor iii t..
have to give