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'n TTT7 Alirntc rpTTimoii irr rwrrf ut?u no ionn
of lot twx
ated id that t
Orange 8 at Arnold's.
Oysters sod celery t Long's.
i 'all iniuii Ov vjicilu n uuuwa
Dried peaches 13J cents al Driffiil &
All kinds of candies and mUed nuls at
Spin age, lettuce and soup bunches at
Remember the great album site at the
Lima besns 10 cents a quart at Duffill
Cbtistiras presents at Kate Byrnes'
Baecial prices on chickens at
Albums, the finest line in the city, at
Oraneea 15 to 40 cents a dozen at Dri-
fill & Gleim's.
Dressed turkey;, chickens, ducks and
geece at Long e.
liulk olives 90 cents per gallon at
Driffiil & Gleim's.
A nice line of turkeys, chickens and
geete at Arnold s,
The cheapest high grade albums in the
city at Kingsbury e.
The plane to buy your Christmas pres
cnts is at Kle Byrnes'.
Horns at 1 cent worth 5 cents at the
Columbia this evening..
A big supply of poultry of ail kinds at
Schroeder's meat market.
Rockers! Rockers!' Anew assortment
at Clemann & SiTzmaaa's. ,
Dried nocUrioes and pears 12 cents a
pound at Driffiil & Gleim's.
Friday nic;bt will be the photograph
hlbutu bale at BicOabe Bros.
Tojel Toysl Lots of , toys at shush-.
tcriDg prices at the Columbia.
Anew invoice for Christmas just re
coived at Clemann & Saiznann's
Horns worth 5 Cents gning for this
evening only atl cent, at the Columbia
Cheapest pUca in the ci'v to bay
raisios ;iol currantB atl)n:E:l & Gleim s
Florida oranges, can die nuts, flae.
dates and apples at Lonj s.
Henry Evans hs gone to Sioux City,
M , on a visitor, sevcr&l weeks to fricn;!e
Twenty per c;:nt il;s.-?.-uut the rest o.
the week at CUli's on all Xmasgooi s.
You buy an album at Lue Columbia for
half the price t-ther dealers ask for them
Order 3 our turkey, cme or fish for
Christrutis d nucr at George Browner &
Turkeys, chickens, cease and ducks at
Scbroederg Twentieth street meat rear
ket. Children's rockers, a beautiful assjrt
ment just unpacked at Clemacn & Salz
re a en's
P. A. Mcrrvmsn's Moline E ectric
lauudry u ite place to got your laundry
A nice fcat or bonnet would make a
gocd Chriitmm. present. Buy it at
ttoek Island bundles called for ami .
livered fr tho Moliae Eieciric laundry
1. J i .
i uceuiys una tnjayt-.
Remember the spu- ia! sate of pictures
a'. KiDgtstinry's. They nnfee a most ac
ceptable Xaias present.
Be sure and attend the Dhotocratih al
lium sle Et McCabc Bros,' on Friday
iveuiu', l tOVC'CIOCK.
Try our work; if it don't suit you no
iuuui.y . ii it uoes we want your trade.
Holine Eieci.ric laundry.
Toys! Toys! Another big job lot of
toya reduced at the Columbia yesterday
and mug; be sold this week .
Mrs. G. F. Qatt and Miss Emma Ham
mer, of St. Paul, are visiting Mrs C.
Vogel on Nineteenth street.
No. 2 goinc east on the Rock Island
this morning was a couple of hours late,
delayed by holiday business.
Edward Sitmsk-r, who is attending
school, r; yesterday for his boruc ia
Monmouth to spend the holidays.
140 florin toys received yepterday
the Columrji,,, ar,d must be sold ttii week
at less than manufacturers' prices.
A epleadiil line of a l kinds of meats,
beef, veal, pork and mutton at
Schroeder's Twentieth street market.
This evening Mclntire Bros, offer their
entire lino of eilk chiffon embroidered
handkerchiefs (former price 25 ccntr) at
J 5 cents.
Clemann & Salzoiann received yester
day a Urge and beautiful assortment of
fancy rocktrs. Call early and make a
selection for a holiday gift.
The ladles say that the kid gloves Mr j
Intire Bros, are offering at special prices
this week are the finest ever shown in !
this vicinity at any special sale. It's true,
Remember the great bic 160 -Dace in-
venile boobs which McCabe Bros.' sell
this evening at 8c apkc:. Autograph
and scrap albums, 2c apiece at the same
Mclntire Bros, sell tonight beautiful
embroidered silk chiffon handkerchiefs
for IS cents. They have been S5c. but
they must all be sold this week 7 to 9
Manager Montrose, of Ha-per's thea
tre, has scored a 10-strike in securing
Frohman's Lyceum Square success, "The
Grey Mare," a reigning society play for
neat Tuesday night, a most delightful
. ri Jin. 5 vAtsr
via iu .
Therefore.. The only 5f,
andtntcree pLgjj jjj V , . -
Vailey Munufur" lvl '
company in and
Saturday . the Mth
m ii jr i ei : v jb m m. mi
r Ct-atn (jl'TurtM Tw..i..
holiday attraction it ia indeed, too.
15 cent Mclntire Bros, sell tbis
e renins: from 7 to 9 o'clock choice of
Vieir elegant and immense assortment of
s Ik chiffon handkerchiefs (embroidered)
for 15 cents.
Xmas goods must go. I will not hold
over any eooa tf I can help it. A
s raight SO per oent discount on all Xms
grods for the rest of the week. M Lee
alt. 1815 Second avenue.
Only two days till X nas and I am go
ing to clear out all my Xmas goods ii
that time if prices will do it. Call and
get prlca. ' ney will surprise you.
il Lee Gait, 1S15 Second aveuue.
Two express wazons from across the
r ver will probably remain on this side or
drive around by M uxcatine or Port Byron,
a they came overerly this morning and
the ferry stopped running in the mean
time. To boom their sales on photograph al
bums McCabe Bros, will make a lot of
c it prices Friday evening from 7 to 9
o'clock. Great bier cabinet plush albums
worth SI and $1 50 go this one time at
The bed blanket sale this evening from
7 to 9 o'clock at McCabe Bros, will be
oie of the greatest drawing cards of tie
season. Only 100 pairs of those grry
b anktg at 63c, but of the others the
quantity is unlimited.
Osnar Anderson died at his' home on
Fifth avenue between Third and Fourth
s' reels at 4 o'c'ock yesterday afternoon.
a.;ed 30 . He leaves besides a widow two
children. The funeral occurs from St.
Joseph's church tomorrow afternoon at
The express cars on all the roads these
d lys are jammed full of all manner and
sis? of packages. Messengers love the
holiday season as well as the employees of
tie mall service do. and bo'h will breathe
a sigh of relief when the Christmas days
at e ovsr.
The first 6f the World's Fair souvenir
hulf dollar brought to the city was re
ceived by Desk Sargeant zal at the po
lice station. It feels jnst tbo same, has
toe same ring as one of the ordtnary kind
ard the sergeant is a3 prou3 of it as if it
wi;re his own.
Rev. Fa'her Desmond left last night
for Monm u'.h as assistant, to Father
E "ins of th :t place. Rev Father Flan-
Dijai. who has been the curate atMon-
m utti for Eome iim arrived in the city
in s moriing ana will nereafter be an as
sift ict at Sr. Joseph's.
A.t Tcsterdty's session of the Rock
Island County Farmers' Institute at Mi
liiti a paper was read on "Farming f..r
PnBriu the afternoon by L. D. Ei
wrls and one in the evening bv Henry
Br nk on 'Mental, Moral aiid Religious
Culture on the Farm "
. S. Hull, formrrly of the Morrel! liq
our tina triDac'o cure, bas ss-cociafca him
self with the branch of the Nash sssocia
tioa of Joliel, which is located at 221
Bridy ftrett, Davenport. This treat
ramt unlike the other does not require
the patient to call at lie office, but
cap be taken st home or In the workshop
rr q lires no injection in the arm, and the
pnoe is only 50 Farties desiring the
treatment on ihis sido of the river call or
adc re-s S. S. null. 1318 First avenue, or
he above address.
The Moline paper which made the ii'
b'-lous attack on Maj Mackenzie a few
evenings ago because he f aile i to ap
pro7e or the harbor project at that
ckj, vry much mistakes tee disoosi
tion of Thr Argus, when it miscon
jib publication or we thc's id
the case as due Maj. Mackenzie to
mesn thai thb Ahgcs seks a heated
con roversy ever the matter. TheAr
ous looks upon the course of the Mo
line paper, as indeed Mai. Mackenzie
hime!f doubtless docs, as unworthy of
attention other than the confronting of
me same witn the facts, which leave no
room for argument as to the sincerity
of Sfai Mackenzie's motives The Da-
pcr slluded to is about as just in its personal
aiiatK upon Miu Mackenzie as is the
other Mollne paper in laying the blame
for the failure of the harbor to Con
grcstman Cable, who, as Mai. Macken
zie limoelf said tbis morning, did all
he could for an appropriation, even af
ter r, had been dcmonstrited that the
scheme was impracticable.
Klertlon of ftirrr.
The following ofBcrs wr; -lectcd bv
Back Hawk Lfde. A. O. U.W..for
the 'fcsuina year, at its meeting held
Tues Ibs evening :
P. M.W. F. C. Hemenwav.
W. J. W. Herbert.
Fo-eman Joseph McQuadc.
Ovi;rsocr Alex Walker.
Rei-.order J. L. Freeman.
Financier J. F MnKibbrn.
Receiver E. D.W. Holmes.
Guide W. H. Judge.
I. W. J. 8. Jones.
O. W. M. W Dvjg.
Rec' Snapper. Turkeys,
Black Bass. Chickens,
Lot Biers, Ducks,
Smoked Fieri, Geese,
Hal but. Oranges,
All kinds of vveetablpa in th
They hve ten head of the finest beef
ana picniy or venison. Telephone lOfll
your order and insure prompt delivery.
In east or west, or north or saulh,
They to themselves an outrage do,
Who cannot boast a fresh sweet mouth,
Willi teeth like pearls begemmed with
When Soaodont all this
And works the charm before our eyes.
V a Atojmonia; No Ahoft
il mt t : ma mmmm m m
Fell oa Slippery Steps.
Capt. W. H. Pierce, who travels for
West's jobbing house, met with a piin
ful accident at Dixcn last evening.
While going down the steps in front of
his hotel he lost his footing and fell in
such a manner as to strike oa his right
shoulder, dislocating the shoulder blade.
He was picked up and taken into the
hotel, where medical attendance was
summoned and his io juries attenaea to.
He was able to be brought ts the city
this morning and taken to his home, on
Second avenue. He was given medical
attendance after being broaght home
and is now getting along nicely.
Tested and Approved-L.M. Littig. Eq
Pres't Marine Nat'l .ant. Rthimnn. Mn
says: "I have used Salvation Oil and
find it un excellent remedy for neuralgia
Keep it in your family "
Dressed turkeys and chickens,
Olives, olive oil,
French nuts ard fruit.
And many Other COOds for a Christmas
OB RKNT A rtJRNISOEO ROOM. APPI.Y
iwio i aira Avenue.
1HK DAILY AKGUsDEUVBHBD AT YOU ft
r gTHnmif lor per week.
" able for lljfht hoapekecpinA either npetairt
" V. carp OI lug A HG US
POnvn a t.invtj VDnnrv vrm
(nrntrun have rame by proving p.-openy at
WANTED IMMEDIATELY FIRST CLASS
a el and cLiiled plow fitter. Best of
wapea paid ana ati-any work gasrauteed Only
nu-aay mnn oeta apply. BOUiB Bend I lulled 1'in
l'o., ontb BtM.rt, ind.
leenth. Tw. nti. th orTwenty-Srst ftiect and
Kn'h of Seventh arenus. PoB-eglon wanted by
reo int. Arply ny lettengiriapiocMion ton, care
- TO ?15 TER DAT AT HOME, CELLING
V" i.iijninini; i later ana t lating jewelry
"'tuw. woirware, riaweine nnepi 01 jew
t -t ccKjua.- r.- a m: h i simix ot mriai. with eo:
nlver o? nirtc). No cxperlcr.ee No capital.
I. A. UKI NO & y). o unaDan.
J. E. Montrose, Manajri r.
Lal;ct-' und children'f bolida; par.tomiiii'
SATUHDA.Y, PEC. 24.
The Famous, Glorious
SR ana FLf
With it world of feature?! Sew in rvcrj Btntt
the world Impllei
ATE'JLT MAJESTIC rROIlliCTiON .
A TT W" The mjrniccDt scenery
l I The gorgeons costnrai
II I I Ibu duzzlirg armnns
f"l III jTT.c bexntirnl bslls
The Enrownn ?pcc!Hi(
The artiMir eompanv
AttCDdel by the elite of every city. JV)itivcy i:o
Bny scats uowsnd avoid the rah tht ip honod
Entire Inwer finor $1 CO.
Kir.-t three row?, ba'cony 5c.
( iailery S.V . .
urtfs Opera House,
ABTBBNOON ANT NIGOT
Sunday, Dec. 25th.
A. J. rerra's bi; reaiistir. prodnctija,
A car lsid of scenery, a Pennine Ircerirne.
Sec the besntifut livingsUtne clot k. the Brook -lyn
bridge at night, the reyolvinc enpinc hpnsc,
the chirk ran draw bridge.
The original New York cast. Everyih!n
new this reason.
Sale Friday Pee. 2M, at th? Opora Honsc
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
will keep fire all night with soft coal;
... . . i i ,
win not cas or smnse; neavy ateei ooay;
large ash pan. Call and examine tbis
wonderful stove sold by "
New styles ot
D. ROY BOWLBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
AiwayB on V.and the Cnert brands of domestic
and imported clears. All brands tobacco.
The aoore ef all ine ball game vri'- , received
L. OLOCKHOFP, Prop.,
To save from
$7.00 to $.00
On an Overcoat
M. & K.
Make your " ' v;
Herei s the greatest offferog
evr made in this vicinity
A belated invoice of kid
gloves arrived laBt Satur
day night should have
been here long ago for holi
day trade. Somebody must
pay for the delay. That
somebody is the firm that
delayed the goods. You
will make mooey as they
must be sold this week,
if about cost won't sell
them we don't know what
will. Here they go Only
one more week before
Christmas you know.
Are surprised to find
so many nice Christ-!
Our stock of Holi
is now complete.
Special Holiday Slipper Sale.
We have the Largest Line of Holiday Suppers
ever opened in this city. Look at the prices- 49c
69c, 7Sc, S9c, 9Sc, $1.29 and $ 1.45. It will pay yon
to lay in a year's snpply during this sale, and to
make it a Holiday advertisement we will give to
every pure aser of a pair of shoes a beautiful book
let of the Presidents of the United States.
FAMOUS SHOE STORE,
108 W. 3d near Brady Davenport, Iowa
GK L..WYNES & CO.
For your Boy
Ot those suits .
M, & K. have placed
On sale at
Reduced prices. ,
Lot 3-Fostor 5 hook dr,S!j
oiacK and colors.
One pair or half a dch
pair, we don't - care hc
many you take Do v
appreciate the opportnni!
If fo yon will not de!
your purchasing SaM
gins .0 a yi Mtndav.'
The best the narU
Ve good friend
are still in the
LLOYD & STEWART Lead the Trade
. To see
Silk Plush Caps,
Can please you.
n m . at uie n
n the d
it or Eoo.
Dated at Kock I
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