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CITY CHAT.
WUk imek M Rancher's.
. SwMt elder M SommstV.
Slipper sale at th l!j Bre.
Plenty of ponltry 8ommer.
Beautiful hair pint at J. Ramier A
Son's.
See our display ol California fruit.
. .
Only ont more day for Christina
aioppiajr. .
Ckrlxtmai trot ornamcBla at the
Columbia.
Alt kinds of freak- Vegetables at
Sommeri'.
Great reduction la fort at Lloyd
A Stewart'.
Underwear worth 91 for 09 cents.
The London.
Pant worth 13.40 and 4 for 2 89.
The London.
30 per rent disconnt on album at
Klngubnry's.
Lnneh all day Christmas at Con.
well saloon.
Children's rockers and chairs at
the Columbia.
Turkey, docks, rbickens and
(feesc at Pasidg's.
If yon wait poultry call at II.
Tremann 4k Son
Louis Sanlpangh Is very ill at his
home near Milan.
finest display of poultry at II.
Tremann A Nn
fresh ovuter. direct from Balti
more, at Pnsi)'s.
A pHi aortment of dressed
poultry at Long's.
Look for the ad. of the South Park
grocery on page 6.
Dremdnff gowns Worth 12 for
?.9. The London.
Our line of &)eeut Berk wear is the
larjfest the London.
Call at Pasale's and leareyonr
order for l'hritnia.
Very targe and choice oranges 20c
per doaen at Pasiig's.
Fresh lobster, can or bulk orsters
al II. Trrman it Sons'.
Leather leggen. bent 10.60 quality
for f 2.00 the London.
A fine line of holiday candies, ants
and fruits at Pnmmer.
Hath robe worth fikOO and f'.&O,
for 5.0i the London.
Pant worth W.J) and 9 1. Saturday
tor tV.ax The London.
A flne display of everything for a
fraud dinner at I'asslg.
Almost any thin yon wish for
Christmas at the London.
Shetland ulsters, all rhideft. Worth
tl2 for The London.
Good cooking butter sold cheap at
Beecher's eommisslon store.
The Harper houu irhristmas din
aer will be nerved on Sunday.
26 per cent disconnt on dolls. Iron
ami tin toy, at Kingsbury's.
Turkey lunch at the Kock Islam!
house annex tomorrow night.
,' Bead Hess BroV. bill of fare In
anothor coin tun of this paper.
Candles, nuts, oranges, banana,
figs, dates and apple, at Long's.
(t. W. Martin, of Port Hyron. was a
caller in Bock Island yesterday.
Turkeys, geese, ducks, chickens
and quail at It. Tremann Sous'.
Special prices on toilet sets, collar
aad cuff boxes, etc.. at Kingsbnry'c.
Attend the lunch and turkey raffle
at John Collum tVs Saturday
alght.
Jersey sweet potatoes, cabbago.
ratabagoes, lettuces and celery, at
Long's.
A Ann line of dressed geese at II
cents per pound, at the South Park
grocery.
A Ana line of dressed chickens at
cents per pound, at the South Park
grocery.
Buy your best girt a act of furs
20 par cent oil at Lloyd Stewart's
tomorrow.
Mr. and Mrs. William Jackson left
this morning for Chicago for a few
days' visit.
Christmas presents for yona pair
of gentlemen's velvet slipiters at
Dolly Bros'.
TLe richest assortment of stick
pins ever seen in the city at J. Bam.
er A Son's.
Thirty-sis different styles of fancy
chatelaine epectacio cases at J. Ham.
er ft Son's. .
Immense stock of gold watches.
IAO ileeigns to select from at J. Katu
er A Son's.
Accident life insurance policies for
5.IW given with AO cent suspender'
luo bonuon.
Our entire line of 15.0 ) and 93.00
Awarded Highest Iloaors
At the i World's Fair.
EZZT TZZFZCT MADE.
fTi
ira
cat
a ( i -
pant. for8atorday paly, go for IS.
99 the London.
Begiaalng tomorrow morning
Lloyd Stewart will give so per
uri ori rv per cent off on
, . a ....
inr at Uoyd Stewart's, beginning
tomorrow morning.
Buy your wifoa far cape for Christ
mas SO ner cent nit ,i m.
Stewart's tomorrow.
lomoeeow fnnrnififv fwv-. a , a
l.loy a Stewart will anil ha i 7s
- v iv
cents ties at 89 cents.
A number of iulnta r s .... .
tana, left last evening for their homes
p-mi n noiiuays.
Walter BosenOcbl. mn nt if
Mrs. Morris Kosenlfeld, is heme from
shoot for the holidavs.
C.us EnsFlin has
tl
Ion In the tmtlnrintr d.n.rm,.' f
- - " P I'M. ..MVU, V
tho Davenport Woolen mills.
A nice list to select for a Christ
mas dinner, can lm kr r.iin
Hess Bros.' list in this paper.
One of those tine bargain bod room
suits at Clemann ic Salzniann'a
would make a snlcmliil ('kH,iii..
gift.
With ercrv t4 rmle of kno.Knni.t
between now and Dec. 25, Iollv
Bros.' will give you a pair of velvet
He snrc and see that eraml ilUnl.v
of Christmas lieef at II. Tremanu &
Sons' tomorrow, the liucst ever shown
in luo citv.
Tlioc fancy rockers and chairs at
'lemann & Salzmann'sare an lnnii.
full fall today and make a Christ
mas selection.
Smoking inckets at a front it!..
connt, must close out our entire line
ol them. If interested call ami
'cm the London.
Tou can save 23 per cent on dolls,
ron and tin tor, bv m'ttinr ttii.ni ml
Kingsbury's, as thejr arc wiling them
at one-fourth off.
Ian Drost will ilinM nf in..
keys at his saloon, corner of Fourth
avenue and Twentv-scconJ
Saturday evening. ."
You cannot miss it If mn want
something In the way of vegetable
or fruit for your Christmas dinner if
you call at Passig'a.
A Pair of correct I r fited
cles or eye glasses U a most useful
present. You can get them just
right at J. Kamsrr A Son's.
Our Ttttrons will An us a prnt fa.
Vor if thev Will tclcihont IhKtr nr.
dcrsasearlv as posmMo tomorrow.
Bead our list in this paper.- Hess
Brir a Cbristma tic at I.Tovit A
Stewart's spoi-ial tie sale from "to 10
tomorrow momfn?. Tie that t
and 75 cent tn at the hour.
stated for A!) cents.
Police OiTiccr Oaliorn Itnmlal.l n.l
wife left this morning for (ialcnlnirg.
In rcsroes to a disintch ninn vinn
the intelligence of tho b-alh of Mrs.
Dtimbald'e sinter, .Miss Helma Swan
son, aged 1. - .
Don't boy a tie that has seen its
davs and Is out of Ktvlc. : r ti, this
sH-cial tic sale at Lloyil A Stewart's,
from 9 to ! oVIih-L tomorrow morn
ing (Saturday) and get one at less
thau half the usual price, and of the
latest stvle out.
r. The old Saints line steamer, tho
War Kagle, will le sold at auction at
Cairo. HI., Saturday. There are
jf."M in claims lying against her.
and something ha to tie done to re
alize on them. She has Ix-cn a fa
miliar ligure in these waters.
The finest display of meats and
poultry ever seen "in the citv. and
the most metropolitan in npnearancu,
can le seen at II. Schrocdcr s market
on Twentieth street. Anion? other
meats, be has on hand venison. Iwar
and antelope, and a complete line of
poultry, wiki uuck ami quail.
II. Heller, undo of Messrs. Mon
roe, Max, luis and Kdward Kobn,
ami formerly of Davenport, died at
Dilbuiie yesterday. . He was C.
venrs of age, leave seven children,
hi wife having died a few years am
The remains will arrite in Kock Isl
and louighl. and the tuners! will lie
helil Sunday at 2 t. m. from the
home of Monroe Kohn, tiW) Kigh.
tcentb street.
The case of Daniel Hull ngainst the
Modern Woodmen of America has
lieen finally settled. When the court
rendered a decision against the order
a low weeks ago ' the attorneys for
the order gave notice of an appeal,
but it ha been decided to abandon
the apal and to pay the claim in
full, together with the cost of the
litigstion. Thus tho order 1 called
upon to pay several hundred dollars
iu costs. ultun Journal.
Attorney General Moloney yestcr
d iv beard the complaint made against
the Kork Island A Peoria railroad
com pan v of maintaining a public
nuis tnee ly Using a public thorough
tare in lloek Island for swilchinir
iuriMscs, and decideil the grievance
was ol a private nature, and that le
gal remedy coukd be sought in the lo
cal courts, ami It was not a case in
which he was justified in bringing an
actloi against the railroad company.
epringneiii urguicr.-
William Dun ton. the highwaviuan
who held op the driver of a brewery
wagon near Davcnort a few months
ago. has been sentenced to lo years
and 6 asootha at hard labor in the
Anamoea penitentiary.' This sen.
lene which is within six months nf
tho extreme limit of Iho law, will
give general satisfaction, as Dun ton
has show a himself to be a desperate
criminal. He is the eaipo fellow who
relieved Charlie Moore, of this citv.
of his cold watch and loose change
at tho uaaate of m big revolver.
THE ARGUS. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22,
t amiii co.n
Canned aoups of all kinds, oysters
and celery. .
BuetrsB ixum pcodjko.
Fresh Lobsters, White Fish.
VEGETABLES.
Spinach. Lettuce,
Tarslcy, Cabbage,
Sweet Potatoes, Rutabagas,
Beets, Parsnips,
Carrots.
Batavia canned vegetables of all
kinds.
French peas, mushrooms and beans.
FRl'ITS.
Apples, Figs, ;
Bananas, Dates, .
Malaga and Catawba grapes.
Oranges and Pino apples.
Choice candies, nuts and cluster
raisins, and a line of the finest can
ned fruits in the city.
AT OCR MEAT MARKET. -
Turkeys, Chickens,
Dueks. Geese,
and the choicest cuts and meats. '.
Telephone J 065.
Browner & Co,
At B.nrhrr's
Spencer square grocery for a grand
display for Christmas. Telephone
your orders earl.
lOl LTUV AND GAME.
Turkeys, Squirrels.
Ducks, Quail,
(eeso. Snipe.
FRCir.
Kating apples. Fine apples.
Oranges, Bananas,
Tangerins, Dates and fig.
California pears, California trajH s.
VKIiKTAKLES.
Radishes, Cucumbers,
Lettuce. Parsley,
Cabbage, ' Iteets,
Spinage, Soup bunches. '
Sweet Mtatoes, Uadinlics,
Cucumber. Cauliflower.
Cncum Iters.
A choice line of Ixitlled griods.
candies and nuts for table use, in
fact everything in the market can be
found at his More.
Ciia. Bcncher,
221 Twentieth street.
A Cklatw iTll.tl .
Tho Chinese send three invitations to
the guests that they desire to sec at their
great repasts. The first is dispatched
two days before tho feast. The second
on tho dav itself, in crder to remind
those tbey expert of their engagement.
anu me intra jnst uuiore the bonr bos
struck, so as to show how impatient
they are to see their friends arrive.
Hong-Kong Letter.
Thin and impure blood i made
rich and healthful by taking Hood's
narsapariua. It brace up tt
and gives renewed strength.
tbe nerves
Intelligence Column.
I KR TOC Kt HEED?
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IF TOC
Waal mmwy
Want a C'Mtk
Vk nt boarders
Wan; . rartiior
Want a attuatloB
Want to tent ranaja
Want pvrvsnt ifirl -.
Warn to mi a tarsi
W ant la aril a bnuae '
Wt to rxchaner amttiloa
want pi nooarlMila ftin
W ant In make any rraimulr katnn
ft lo l nr lrifc ,iranil.liu(
Waut to Bud nnuascn fur anjrtatas
fSR TUKSR COI.ITMSB.
ran DAILY AMulrtltELIVKRED ATYOCI
door aircry ctcbibc lor 10c per aeck.
jfRM'.HEn rooms asi tkivate BOARD-
li:ff at STSO .vinth avcaae.
IK I1ENT-S RN OOTTAOB ON SIXTH
tesuc tear 1wtiit;-ll fin itrcct Ileidv Itioa.
PR AI.E-TWu HJOI ItKt'M sTOVKS AND
aid coal ,toc, nearlr w Apubr at lha
efflrc.
IOST WEHSESPAT. SEAL SKIS WCFFrN
i hnntnr Httnn nf thf. :f V i. .1... ..i. -
utatn to Anor. ofllec
jnAXTGD-A FEW ;MIU SMART Yot NO
Iff mart. Fnr lull inrtlenlarx mid imuiu ti
. bwcrl A Uv., 1'noiU.ncc, U. I.
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MAS at
BENNETTG
Glove iFurStore
An elegant line of
Fur Capes
in BEAVFJaT MINK.
ASTUACI1AN, ' BEAU &c.
Also, Muffs, Tipete. Boas, Collars,' &c.
Musk rat. Lined (Wove for driving,
Beaver, Seal und other Gloves.
A full stock of
Ladles and Gent's -Kid
Gloves.
OLOVES MADE TO ORDER.
GEO. BENNETT.
1C05 Se-ond Ave, Bock Island.
Hatha of all klnda. including
- Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc., mav
lw obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Uuuma. on tho first floor of
the llaqicr ilousc.
KOOJIS OPEN. i
For Ladies From 9 a." m. lo
12 m. on week davs. For Gen
tlemen From 6 a. m. to 7:30 a.
m., and from 3 p. m. to 9 p. m.
on week davs. On Sundavs the
rooms will be open from 6 a. m.
. to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen onljr.
Eleetrie and Electro-thermal
baths mar be obtained at an
time during business hours,
tivmnaslum connected with bath
rooms. -
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ANOS-
New Scale Kimball.
, HaUet & Davis.
And Emerson.
Wall Organs.
Instraocenta told cp uy
time paj ments. , ViolinB
and accordeons at half
price. At
BOVJLBFS,
j815 Second A v.
TRY
THE ONLY 8KIX Cl'RE AND
Healinjr Soap.
Watch this space for special
bargains every evening this
week.
P
WaM's Ueflicateil Soap
A Merry Christmas!
Usefuf Presents re Long Remembered.
In their selection holiday buyers have not
been forgotten.
Do you knovy that right how we are ready for business with a grand assortment of Christmas gifts. We al
ways lead in bargains, which means new holiday goods at lowest possible prices. We always lead in our efforts to
please and gratify our customers, and if vigor and varaciiy and value are not a vain thing to trust in, we shall
greatly increase our lead. Our stock offers a great variety of desirable presents for ladies, gentlemen and children,
and is a popular stock in every respect. We will be glad to welcome you, pleased to show our goods, and niaran
tee lowest prices ever offered in Crockery. Plush. Handkerchiefs, Mufflers, Picture Books, and thousands of arti
cles that will do you good to see. Bring the children and let them see the beautiful display.
From 7 to 9 tonight Drums 12 cents each.
F. G. YOUNG, Proprietor.
SITKPRISIXG BAKGAIXS IN MUX'S AND BOYS'
SUITS and OVERCOATS.
No matter what Prices others quote, we always do better. All Goods marked in Plain and the Fairest
Owing to the depression m the Money market, we have had some unusual opportunities of making
chases which, with Spot Cash, we were prompt in taking advantage of and are now making busi
ness . hum with the irresistible force of the MANY BARGAINS we are offering.
QUAL1TY MEN'S if MEN'S SUITS
OVERCOATS TUB f S 93
AND f 2 38 15 EST c 50
2 98 . is 7 60
DURABILITY S 75 GOOD 10 00
5 88 ; . ENOUGH VJ2 60
or 4 Cfi THEN ' " 15 (10 :
6 60 M. & K CIIILDKEN'S
FIRST 7 60 is T' - - SUITS.
8 60 tub "-' : . 79c ;
AKD 9 88 PLACE 9Se
12 00 to ik 1 S8
GREATEST 15 00 YOUR 1 68
IMPORTANCE. 16 50 TRADING . 1 88
IMMENSE BARGAINS IN SHOES .Nothing we
We therefore request an opp ortunity of an
E2im etocv 1804 Eaoocd arena
DAVID DOIT.
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fcrawt
M Ranges
; River r'kIc Oaks, Riverside Ranges
' Riverside Cooking Stoves.
Garland Hard Coal Stoves.
The best uworlmcBt or Stove, in the city.
ISIS and I17 Mreaad Av.
The Columbia
1728 Second Avenue,
ROCK ISLAND
"S-h-h, tootty;
Snnla Clan it
AT THE DEPENDABLE ONE PRICE.
Largest
PO RITIRr.
a c a lis m S lii t Sn.
Miscellaneous.
Some other good solid stuff for
daily use:
' 20 pieces fine gingham, fic a
yard, worth 10c.
1,530 yards calico, 8Jc a yard,
worth 7c.
1,500 yards peppr. muslin,
4 Jc a yard, worth 7c.
1,000 yards of toweling, 2c a
yard, worth 6c.
1,000 yards cotton flannel, 4c
a yard, worth 7c.
Handkerchiefs Don't fail to
look at this line. We ebow the
most complete assortment, and
we are giving you exceptional
values for the money.
Beautiful line of Indian bas
kets prices sacrificed for mono v
come and see.
Look at our Japanese goods.
They are clegaut. dainty, and
they are being rapidly sold.
go to rhep now."
coming
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WE CAN ! MEN'S PANTS
WE WILL I! 90o
1 00
' WE ARE ! I ! 1 25
GIVING Upwards.
' tiik r KNEE PANTS.
ItlGGEST ISc
VALUE ' 18c
r . . " ; 22c
YOUR S5c s
MONEY. . 60c
can say is as convincing as the goods and prices themselves.
honest test to prove the sincerity of very claim.
Shoe and Clothing Stores
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Tuesday, Dec. 19.
This will W tIlp ,
earn going to belt, v7,u V
an easr time to dec!. in J-,?T
mas presents. on Urnt-
A CHRISTMAS OFFFIUVr
A Silk Dress, ':
A Wool Dress,
A Silk Umbrella,
A Pair of Blankets.
Table Linen,
Napkins,
Chenille Covers,
Lace Curtains,
Cloaks,
Jackets.
A MONEY SAVFK
19. Come ,n the fr, ,;, a p;
possible.
20-We Can Make You l;";,',;.',;. :, '.
: Come an.l Sei. " .
MINTIRE BROS.
1709 and 1709J Second avme
watcn tins space for special
bargains every evening this
week.
A Merry Christmas!
Figures,
pur-
SELLING
AT
PRICES
TO .
RUSH
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FROM
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