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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 8. 1891.
FAIR WEEK SALE !
TREMENDOUS BARGAINS THIS "WEEK AT
SST I F F H M 9 m
Dry Goods, Notions and Millinery.
Being that this week is a Gala Week for Davenport, we propose
do our share toward making it a Gala Week all around and will of-
er our entire siock at prices lower Dy lar than has ever been attemo-
:ed before in the city, no matter what others advertise or what prices
hev make. Remember that we will not be nndprnlrl Wt cVi
arrest and most complete stock in the state and invite ALL VISITORS
Lri-i- win o, cActiiimc uie uuuus anu compare prices.
All Goods Cheerfully Shown.
C iir:cs in
mlie Sh-vkc r Fmcnel, 2S inches
: tr: ih-.vj j -.Hi it v ami worth 17c,
F!r week pHce 12';
-rj-'bitf VTtui Fiouo'.'l, 23 inches
Fiir week price 20c
::t.t; Diitrui'' Fi-ir.n-1. 23 inches
; f-.r.T m.x:ur. w-.r.h
Fair wek nrire 12c
F .r.cv Shininc Flnnnels, 23 in
.:t. in chirk and s'.r: pes, worth
Etir week price 15:
ere-R'! Twillid FIir.'!, 23 inches
en! :a,,! ., ilir v f;,r 221c,
Fair week prici, IS;
" I atiiest-bed Co' ton fltnntl,
F lir week nrif-e. 4,lr
Ix'n heavy utibletched cntlon
Fnir week price, 9;
500 Pure Celluloid
Assorted patterns and worth 20c, 25c,
Yojr choice Fair week 10c
Manufactured ly Delorine & Qjentin.
Pine and GljceriEe soap 4 c a cake
Fairy Queen Crystal, large
Honey soap, extra large size 6
Glycerine soap, medium size 2J
Puie White Cocou Cream soap 3
0t Meal soap extra large sizi 6
Cstile soap, mottled gj
Cocoa Castile soap, extra larce
':: uoi Mud.me Ko't
IB, -f-lTit' t n-i.iro ,.-
1 V lt 1 37
2 Oil (it . , EO
w,lrn MV !,t. ,
J? at . , in
IrH-v i ' -'airiS.IUll
w?-,il weialit, worth 5IS
Fair week price 23c
lt oHi rollers.
4CxOO, weight 4
,, 11 "r w-'k Price, 37Ac
Bl! Comforts,. 8.-e
' ."'ini'K worth SI
Feir w..b iir;n. - -
' -ir week price 1 25
ft I I . .
Containing all the
50 R'.versible Eeaver shaws. heavy
weight and ixtra food value at 3,
Fair week price $2 00
47 single wool Shawls, nice patterns,
medium weight, worth 1 40,
Fair week price 95c
60 Fancy India Shiws, beautiful patterns
in si'.k and wool, worth S2,
Fair week price fl 50
15 doz. 5 -book Kid Glove9, all sizes, in
Black Tans, Browns. Drab and
Slate, worth 1 1,
Fair week price 65c
Colored FailleFrancaise in 16 shades, 20
inches wide, worth fl 10,
Fair week price 82
Black Fail'e Frat caise. 24 inches wide
and splendid value at 1 32,
Fair week price SI 00
Black and colored Ben?aline, 22 inches
wide, 14 shades, worth $1 75,
Fair week price $1 50
Black Rha lema Sil i, 20 inches wide and
bard to match at f 1 20,
Fair week price 90c
Black Rhodema S.Ik, 20 inches wide,
Fair week price 67Jc
Black 8ttrah Silk, 20 inches wide, all
silk, worth 42c,
Fair week price 27
Fleisher's German Knitting, all colors,
your choice oi any f.t 65c a pound.
70 pieces Homespun Cloth, worth SJc,
Fair week price 5c
Bannock Serge9, a new printed fabric,
good range of patterns and worth 7Ac,
Fair week price 6z
Printed Cashmere Delaine in 32 new and
handsome designs, worth 8c,
Fair week price 6c
50 pieces Bannockburns, a new fabric,
pretty styles, and sold everywhere at 14:,
Fair week price 10c
Fancy Bourette Plaids, 22 beautiful pat
terns, fully worth 30c,
Fair week price 22Jc
42 pieces doub'e width Eae'ish Cash
mere in 30 different shades and cheap at
Fair week price 10c
50 pieces double width Bedford Cords
ODe of the most stylish weaves of the sea
soa, all late shades and worth 20c,
Fair week price 15c
32 pieces double width all wool Suiting
Fair week price 22c
41 pieces Ladies' Cloth, all wool 86 inches
wide, in all the late colors, worth 42c.
i Fair week price 353
Io Black Goods we show a very larsre
assortment of both staples and novelties
and it will be to your interest to take our
40 pair 10 4 White Blankets, worth 1,
Fair week price 75c
38 pair 10 4 White all Wool Blankets,
worth $3 50,
Fair week price 3
50 pair 10 4 Scarlet Blankets, worth
Fair week price 1
60 pair 10 4 Grey Blankets, extra good
value for $1 60.
Fair week price f 1 25
50 pair 10-4 all wool Grey Blankets,
Fair week price ?4 50
78 paie White Blankets, slightly damaged,
worth 52, t2 33, 2 60 aid 2 82
lour choice for fl 50
Perfumes and Extracts.
Polka Dot P-rfume 7C
Xobby Youth 3
Dtlmonico, fine extract H
Ejreka, standard 9
Magnolia Perfume 9
Peep O Day. nor.e fqul 13
THK GREAT FAVORITE,
O. C O. Perfume 17
Ladies' Seal Plush Jackets worth $13 75
Fa r wttk price 10 50
Ladies' Plush Clonks. 40 inches long.
Satin lined and worth 18,
Fair week price $13 50
Ladies' Seal Plush Cloak3 40 inches long
anil eplei did value for $21,
Foir week price ?15
Ladies' Piush Keefers. 26 inches long,
rolling collar, worth $12 25.
Fair week price f 10 50
Lidies' Seal Plush Reefers, hindsomelj
trimm.'d with Astracban Fur, worth all
Fa'r week price f 20
All the above men'ioni'd garments can
be bad in the following 7. s:
32. 34, 36. 38, 40. 42.
226, 228, 230
West Second St. cor. Harrison.
This sale will be
Week each and
8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th
ANDLRSON COUNTY SOURMASH
t rer uanon.
amoved to 219 Seventeenth Street '
Telephone 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
THE GALLANT NINE.
Young Men Sacrifice Cuticle for
a Pretty Girl.
HELP FOE A VICTIM CI THE BAIL
A Well-Meaning Citizen's Attempt to
Improve Team.tera Moral. Terrible
Fell of Little Girt Abont Terribly
Arretted A Dlrer'i Supply or Air Cut
OAT Reported Marriage of a Bather
Noted Young- Chicago Woman.
Datton, O., Sept. 7. A remarkable case
of skin-grafting is in progress here. Miss
Mary Gram tis the subject of the physi
cian's skill, and nine young men, friends
and acquaintances, including the physi
cian himself, are the contributors of the
cuticle required to av the right foot cf
the youg lady, who is the last to recover
among those who were injured in the
wreck of the National Cash Register com
pany's excursion train at Middle town
July 25. In the wreck the flesh was al
most completely torn from the under part,
sides, ana heel of Mis Gram's foot.
Each Contributed a Square Inch.
It was at first thought necessary to am
putate the injured member, but as it
showed evidences of healing if nature
could but be aided it was determined to
resort to the skin-grafting process. Each
of the young men volunteered to sacrifice
one square inch of his cuticle, and Satur
dy the operation was performed. The
1'ieces of extraneous flesh are taking hold,
iud it is believed that the operation will
I rove successful, and an accomplished
.jung lady thus be saved from being a
c. ipple tor lue.
THE DOCTOR MEANS WELL,
But the Wratliy Teamitter Will Probably
tu Itiht Along.
Rutland, Vt., Sept. 7 Two mea urt
now hard at work cutting the Loru's
prayer in letters an inch deep and fci.x
inches high on the face of a big rock n
the Bristol road. The rock is as big as a
house and stands at a bend in tire road
which here takes a sharp turn and goes
up a steep hill. It is about the hardett
place iu Vermont for a team, and in tt
-ason when teaming is liveliest there is
inure cussiug there every day thau any
where else in Vermont. It is possible
that Dr. Ureen's idea is to furnish the
drivers with some new quotations, lie
was brought up iu that vicinity.
Perilous Predicament of a liver.
MrsKEuos, Mich., Sept. 7. A shocking
accident occured to Abe Sanquist, a ma
rine diver, who was at work on the gov
ernment piers here Saturday. While in
twenty-five feet of water the air-tule
broke at its connection with the air-punip,
aud he wa. without either a life hue ci
signal cord. He managed to crawl tc
the surface on a ladder, and was taken
from the .vater. His head and shoulders
were within the helmet aud cape and
blood was gushing from his eyes, ears,
and nose. His face was swollen and be
yond recognition. He became unconscious
after reaching thesurfaev, and lies iu a
Tor Over fifty Ysan
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Byrap baa
been used by millions of mothers for
their children while teething. If dia
burbed at night and hroken of your res
by a sick child suffering and crying with
pain of cutting teeth send at once and get
a bottle of "Mrt. Winslow's Soothing
Syrup" for children teething. It will re
lieve the poor little toffertr immediately.
Depend upon it, mothers, there is no mis
take about it. It cures diarrhoea, regu
lates the stomach and bowels, cures wind
colic, softens the gums, redu&s inflamma
tion and gives tone and energy to the
whole system, "Mrs Winslow's Soothing
Syrup" for children teething is pleasant
to the taste and is the prescription of one
of the oldest and best female physicians
ind nurses in the United States. Sold by
ill druggists throughout the world. Price
twenty-five cents a bottle. Be sure and
isk for "Mrs. Winslow'sSoothing Srrup
It 1 said will sell anything, this I
true in a measure; but for ataying
qualities,- merit is the test. Extensiv
advertising may sell anything where
It is new or unknown, but after It
omes into general use, it is judged
according to its worth. The continued
and steady growth of Swift's Specific
la the best evidenoe of iu excellenoa.
It is most popular where it is beat
known. Every bottle sold, sella tea
then. Every on that takes It be
eines Its friend, and recomirenda it
to their acquaintancee.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Disease
Swift Srcoxno Co., Atlanta, Gas
W. C. MAUCKER,
Having porchnted the
Property which he has had refitted for tie to.
tel business, is now prepared to accom
modate transient guests.
Dav and Regular Boarding
at very reasonable prices.
Old Folks Should Hreathe Eauy Now.
Milwavkee, Sept. 7. A special to Tht
Journal says: The authorized announce
ment of the marriage of Miss Gertrudt
Potter, of Chicago, to F. Lee Rust, son oi
a wealthy Eau Claire lumberman, has
just been made here. The pair were mar
ried on the quiet at Geneva lake June 6
and soon after left for Europe, where they
are now. The parents of the contracting
parties are yet ignorant of the union and
planned to formally celebrate the rite
this fall. Miss Potter has gained no little
notoriety on account of an early affair
with a Chicago newsboy, which was de
clared ofl. by her parents.
Smoke Public Demsnd cig-tr. Strictly
hand made, long llivanni tiller; five cents
A handsome uumpli-xinn is one of the
ereatest chirms worn in cm possass
Pozzoni'a Cotnolexi.m i- v h;r .v t
Be Is also engaged In the
at the lime place with a choice lot of Groceries.
Farm produce a specially.
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
MOL1NE, - ILLS.
Office Corner Fifteenth rtreet and Third Ave.
Saccetds the MolineSnvings Bank. Organized 1869
5 PER CUT. MEREST PAID 01 KP0SiTS.
Orgauized under State Law.
Open from 9 a. m. to Sr. m., and Wednesday and
atur ay mclns- fiom 7to8.
Porter Skisser, ... President
H. A. iNswoRiH, - - Vlce-Preoldent
C. r.Ha isway. ... Caehier
Porter Skinner, S. W. Wheelock.
I'. A Fofe. H. A. Aiiitworlh,
G. H Euwarcip, W. It. Adam,
Antliew t ribeip. V F . Uemi-bway,
Express and Moving.
All orders promptly attended to. Char-
IXrave orders at H. Trenaman'e Harness
ehop on Market square.
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LVLliT TilAT nA5 AMY SU&l . HCSS
AND MANY TMnE BE WE HOPE,
VILL 5PLD HER CZH15 FOR A USEFUL CAKL
Agency for Fxcelsior Roofing Company.
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Cheaper thau 8hinoles. T. H. ELL'S. Rock Islsrd. Dl.
Send f..r cl enlar. Telephone 1088. Cor. Fourteenth St and Second At
C. J. W. SCHFEINEB,
Contractor and Builder,
1121 ard 11S3 Foortta avenoe. Residence 1119 Fonrtb avenne.
Plsnssnd ipecificattorsforrlrted on sllrlveeof work: aleo.gettcf Wniert Patent Inside
Sliding Bllnda, tomethirg new, styUih and dealrakle. uuum
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