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THE ARGUP, TTEDNESDAT. DECEMUHH 16 16S3.
16 cents at Shields.
Apples 10 cents a peck
Aid. H. L. Wheelan is on the tick
Strictly fresh eeea 20 cents at
Toys, toys, toys of all kinds at
Good laundry soap, 12 bars for 25
cents at Mauckers'.
Batter in rolls or jars 16 cents at
Shields' cash grocery.
Have yonr . pianos and organs
toned by W. C. Totten.
Broken mixed candy fonr ponnds
for 25 cents at Weckel'a.
Largest assortment of Christmas
trees in the city at Eckhart's.
"The Pirate Ten," a new serial by
W. Clark Russell. Watch for it.
A souvenir tonight to all outers to
the amount of 50 cents at McCabe
Pick ont your Christmas tree be
fore they are all picked over at Eck
hart's. Abarrel of sweet cider (jnst made)
on tap at Mauckers1. Five cents per
A slight change for the better is
reported in Zee McMahon's condition
Dairy batter 16 cents, strictly
fresh eggs 20 cents at Shields' cash
S. L. Swisher, of Port Byron, who
has been ill for some time, is still
Broken mixed candy made from
sugar only for 25 cents a pound at
Ladies' dollar kid gloves 69 cents
in the big holiday sale at Mclntyre
Two words tonight in holiday book
contest. Last word will appear Sat
Bargains in the fancy goods de-
E art men t at Mclntyre Reck Co's. big
olid ay sale.
George Sudlow is expected home
tonight from Andover for his Christ
W. C. Totten handles the Merrill
and Mason-Hamlin pianos and Mason
A new line of holiday silk um
brellas for both men and women just
received at McCabe's.
Mauckers' is the proper place to
bay Christmas poultry. The lowest
price on turkeys in the city.
The remains of August Schroeder,
the D.ivenport suicide, are to be
cremated tomorrow afternoon.
Two words of the holiday book con
test in different ads. tonight look
for them. No word last night.
The McKinley dance given by the
Good Times club in Luge s hall. Mo-
line, tonight. Everybody invited.
A fine Christmas present is a piano
witn mandolin attachment, told at
Stein's, 307 Brady street, Davenport
Silk sale extraordinary at Mc
Cabe's. Read ad, fifth page. Silks
at less than half price; a rare chance.
Miss Jessie Rankin, of Little Rock,
Ark., is vixiting with Kev. and Mrs
11. C. Marshall. 1112 Second avenue,
Alter t . o'ciock tonight anyone
baying 50 cents worth at McUabe
Bros', will be presented with a sou
Sewing machines make nice Christ
mas presents. MoCabe has them
from 112 50 up; everyone fully guar
Holiday hardware at J. W. Stew
art's. Choice election of skates.
tools pen knives, carvers and carpet
Fresh eggs 20 cents per dozen,
nonie made apple butter and mince
meat, three pounds for 25 cents, at
Big holiday sale is booming at Mc
In tyre-Reck Co's. You never before
had such a chance to buy Christmas
Tonight, 7 to 9, at Mclntyre-Reck
Co's., best triple plate, gold-lined
suver cups, worth 75 cents, at 25
A lot of genuine Russian nut
bowls just received at Mclntyre
Reck Co's go at half price in tho big
E. H. George, t ravelins: freight
agent of the Lehigh and Wabash Des
patch, called on local railroad oih
Pyramid building blocks only
cents, toy pianos 23 cents, doll
dishes 5 cents a set at Mclntv re-Reck
Co a. big holiday tale.
Be on hand tonight for one of the
' 75 cent silver plated, goM lined large
size cups Mcin tyre-Keck Co. are go
ing to sell at 25 cents.
Miss E. M. O'Conor, trained
nurse, will receive calls at 815 Twenty-third
street. Telephone 1317.
The Rock Island Turngemeinde
has issued invitations to a social
dance to be given at Turner hall
Monday evening, Dec. 23.
George Olson and Miss Rosina L.
Klum, of Moline. were married at
the county clerk's office yesterday
afUrnoon by Judge Lucian Adams.
Tonight, 7 to 9, in the book de.
partment, 250 finely illustrated chil-
ren's story books, worth id cents.
at 5 cents each. Mclntyre-Reck Co.
Fred Mueller, 2809 Sixth avenue.
dislocated his left foot yesterday.
Dr. C. C. Carter attended him. Tin
lad will be laid op about three weeks.
Charles Aufenkamp. of Louisville,
Kv., and Miss Emma Day were mar-
;el at the bride's home in Moline
esterday. Tbev will live in Louis-illo.
Louis Lundquist was held to the
circuit court in bonds of to 90 in Mo-
neyesteidav. He is charged with
bastardy, his accuser being Miss
"Another very special offering in
silks at McCabe's, bginnin? today.
ie change advertisement, fifth page.
Silks worth up to 14-50 for 50 cents
Buy the Kranich & Bach, the piano
of excellency, the only one made in
the world which don't suff-r from
atmospheric changes, at Stein's, 307
Brady street, Davenport.
The Carpenters' and Joiners'
union 166 will give a ball at Indus.
trial hall 1-rid ay evening, Dec. 18.
Arrangements have been made for a
grand goud time for all who attend.
To more fully emphasize that their
storu will be open eveninrs until
Christmas McCaba Bros, will give a
souvenir tonight to all purchasers
when amounts are 50 cents or over.
Tramps fired outbuildings on the
Fejevary farm northwest of Daven
port yesterday morning, and the
lessee, Henry Harms, who conducts a
airy on toe premises, suffered a loss
Nixie .Yeargin, formerly of Rock
Island, anti now publisher of the
Oakland Ledger, has commenced
the publication of a daily edition of
is journal. It is bright and enter
Supervisors Joseph Fitzpatrick, J.
II. Thornton and Byron Kendall
reposing the bridge committee of
the county board, are in Drury to-
ay inspecting the new Copperas
The evangelistic meetings still
continue at tbe United Presbytetian
church. Evangelist Jsesbit ha
gained the confidence and good will
of the people who are much pleased
with his preachin?. Services begin
at 7 :o J.
The word he'' occurs but three
times in the holiday book contest
quotation. There was no word to be
counted last evening. 1 wo words
appear in two different ads tonight.
lhe last word will be printed Satur
Mayor Knox has had the Fourth
avenue sewer flushed between Twen
ty-fifth and Twenty-sixth streets.
A stench, which has been circulating
n that neighborhood for several
days, is found to have emanated
from tbe sewer, which was cloeged
up with a barrel oi corks, rubbish,
A dispatch from Fremont, Neb.,
announces the accidental killing of
Thomas J. Starkey. formerly of
Rock I; land, while adjusting
oeit on a mm wheel Hon
day. The man referred to is, it
is believed. Thomas J. Starkey, who
until a few years ago, when be
moved his family west, run a big
rruit arm in Bowling township.
According to Chicago dipatcbes, a
franchise has been granted by therom
missioners of the Illinois & Michigan
canal, for an electric railroad to use
te tow path between Joliet and La
Stile, a distance of 62 miles. The
projectors are said to be -Warren C
Rule and Vincent J. Duncan, of Ot
tawa, who represent a capital invest
ment in the enterprise of 11,000.000,
and the state is to receive 122.320
for the privilage accorded, or about
(1.000 a year. It can hardly be be
lieved the commissioners have
granted such a franchise, as its le
gality is doubted from any po'nt it
may be viewed.
Highest Honors World' Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
Dm Ammonia, Alum or any other adulter mt.
dP.TSAJU TUB STANDARD.
jit's Very Easy i
To find something to
suit tbe taste at our
store for your Sunday
dinner. In the line of
vegetables we have:
Jersey Sect Potatoes,
I CalvaaGiapea, Con-ord Grants, i
Malaaa Grapes, Fintaupl. a,
I OraDgta, Ban tea.
Cho'ce Ka'ing Apj.tos
Dressed Turkeys and Chickens.
The best selected line
of fancy groceries of
all kinds in the city.
111 ESS S.j
Evening From 7 to 9 O Clock at
Young & MeCcmba.
Fancy broken mixed candy, our
own make, three pounds for 20c.
, l . . . ... a
n ater uij toilet soap, mree oars
in box, per box 10c.
China head dolls, eight inches long,
25c china cream pitchers 15c
Child s plate, cup and saucer to-
nigni, price e.
Boston bread knife 5c.
Fancy embroidered handerchiefs,
worth "iae, lac
Lace edge handkerchiefs f c.
Mufflers 19c and up to (5.
At Kl la;-Haver rf Goods Caniufi Be.
Ctulac; Thataatar. Detail.
For the convenience of our patrons
wno cannot nna time to attend our
closing out sale during ths day. we
will Keep our store open evenings
untu nridimas. commencing lnurs-
day. Dec. 17.
Kiag-Hasleb Dkt Goods Co.,
oca xew serial,
"THE PIRATE TEN,"
BT W. CLARK RUSSELL.
Watch for it.
At money-saving prices.
For men, women and
Those pictures we are
giving away come in
handy for Christmas.
For Shoe Bargains.
Mclntyre-Reck ory Goods co.
A FJERRY CaniOTJClAS.
Xitha better understanding of the
transient nature of the many phya- I
leal tils, wbicn vanish, oetore proper ef
forts irentle efforts pleasantenorts
rurbtly directed. There it comfort in
the knowledge, that so many forms of
sickness are not due to any actual dis
ease, but simply to a constipated condi
tion of the system, which the pleasant
lamily laxative, tyrupoi t iff, prompt
ly removes. That is w hy it is the only
remedy with .i,r"r"of 'families, and is
everywhere estetu-e so highly by all
vho value good health. Its beneficial
effects ane due to the fact, that it is tbe
one reraedy which promotes internal
cleanliness without debilitating the
organa on which it acta. It is therefore
all important, in order to get ita bene
ficial effects, to note when you pur
chase, that you have the genuine arti
cle, which is manufactured oy the Cali
fornia t lg syrup lo. only and sold by
all reputable druggists.
Km the enjoyment or good Health.
and the system is regular, laxatives or
other remedies are then not needed. If
afflicted with any actual disease, one
may be commended to the most skillful
physicians, but if in need of a laxative,
one should have the best, and with the
well-informed everywhere. Syrup of
Figs stands highest and is most largely
useo. ana gives most general satisfaction,
mm & BERRY
K16-K17 - SECOND AVENUE.
Exceptional Kid Glove
60 dosen very fine kid gloves,
hook and button, colore and
blacks. mostly f 1.S4 valuta,
some flS8, for the holiday
sale f 1. .
18 dotes 4-buttoa ki4 glovea.
embroidered borders, bom
worthiest than fl. special at
Fancy Work Department
Uaea tray sad eanrtaa etotha won
SSc rut la two at II',.
llUu abama. stamped la ftew pat
te'n. par im.
HuiuawI M txitat srwbKM arnrk
at per rmt lew lasa awial inW.
t j m ant aa pmtM-t tk
oliDra for enonforto. piUr, 1rpr,
cm.. rta le to ie. at U',e and e.
Pa!aty rap and saarera So aad I
Pratt plate 4c and up
Jteal ftafuma - at 9e.
12.000 handkerchiefs la over
100 dote kuakereBtei la a
big variety of ttylet worth ap
to He at 6c
We divide a 100 dotea lot of
&e tad 6e haadkerchiefs, lace
edge included, la to two lota.
4c and Sc.
fancy Swiss embroidered, head
ome colored border, fancy lace
edged, etc., at 10c.
Books and Games.
f?rant !p1r of colored samara;
kwk fr eaildrea
fionr amon it a four full alae v4-on-d
I! fire ary amki arttfe dairtftBa
OXmd plrtanea ae.
iimrer Trareta. awdccra rV
AaimaW. ete.. Imrye twkm ppofo-l
illutn,ie4 alia entered px-totr. arorta
Ib at e.
The e rloe tnrltide ce R.4rfa
tteerle raae Kntoitiwia 'raan. AtnM
lie. Ila lvep. Kfccitwar. elo.. tntlr m.
Tast e.f ,11 a imAm m.L mm
Child-" Biaacll Cartwt weeper.
iiamrny iatspty, Air waaa,
Doll Traek. UallCaha. KiU-baa
Stevea. Metallaphoae. ete.
S ir1i doll a-ftfc Maqae tiead. trmg
flna Mr hair Am aad ukmr .
tttaive head tuU, ail drewiaa. ttMea
Wf )IB1 at Ike.
The lnaa doUa. ra aad arms
' toe Mwjua kead doll a Ita Into ted
fVxwated dIMbea. IT ilwea, tSa.
laUdMbe. lyiw mm., aa.
S4 piece art el decorated dot! dlsbea.
stretttesl lw and fwtietM t a-ei'
ivt. eiitW aad ataad twar ilea, wit
e ae -e . W" rm 'w aniiuar Mil at
9ki. Iretuet aae mm early.
A carnival of (rood things and low prices. Tbe orders we received from Saala Cleat were te aell cheap aad 1 e
would stand the loss, so we have arranged price to suit the largest aamber f purses. Dolla, Hooka, IVva,
Garnet, you will Had at headquarters. Stote is rpea avaaiags tiU Christmas. Special attracUoat each eves lie.
The wild winds of winter have whistled about
our houses and mikes us think of Christmas.
Wiih that comes the thoughts of presrnts. A
lager array of hands om? and useful presents
cannot be found elsewhere than here. Some
thing for every member of the family, and some
thing appropriate at that.
IS CONKFCTIONF.RY for
' tbe Holidays cannot fail
to attract jour attention and
obtain your trade. Unpre
cedented as It is, from now
until Christmas we will sell:
Our Special Mixed - - ! pound for 2.V.
rineA. H. ,um lrrip . 3 pouimIs tnraae. 1
Extra 'ream A Itimnda, 8 flavor!!, SOc a pound.
Kxtra Cream Flibrru - Se a pound. '
Burnt Almonds - - - SOc a pound.
A pure Home-Marfe Mixed at 10c a pound.
liana-Made Chocolate Cream 30e a pound.
OUR PRICES are lower on
good (roods where purity
and bealthfulness are con
sidered than these to called
- cheap - concerns that
they are doinp woadert whea
their poods have got to be
sold cheap, they will not
bear the price of sugar.
KRELL ft MATH bar. ben. la bust-
era too loo to sail trark that Is sot
St to cat, (Bdaarertog tbe Uvea of
voaraclve sod children.
CARDIES baskets aad box? la fart
amf ctioo'rr la as any faacr rtca-taca-s
at all price.
KEELL s TwT ATS
Paone 119 I71ft-17is beouna Ave-
Take a look at the dude ia
You know us when it enmes to Couches a
S magnificent display at wholesale prices A special
featuie for the holidiys..
g In endless variety, at prices within your reach.
We know we can please you and please the re
h dpient of the present Hundreds of pretty and
l appropriate article;. Call early.
Till: LEADERS IS FURNITURE.
Our ads are tecoan'zed as solid Barrain Truths tr.at bring you genuine price Be at fit. W never have and
never will believe the public want to be humburged nehn?r do M & K offend your intelliareace by adver
tising fabulou?, untruthful "worths" (as worth $'5 for $0 which abound In other ads nowadays. For ij yrzrt
we have made, it more pro table for you to trade here thin at any other store. Our business could never have
been built up had we resorted to such shallow, misleading KUicmenls as generally predominates. We make
ic a point to give a little better article at a little less price than you really expect to get, and beg to call atten
tions to our
5, 17.35 and flO Men's Overcoats.
fl 99. 16.35. tS-60 and f 10 Men's Suits.
f I 95. 12.95, 3 60 and II 85 Bojs' Ulsters,
tl 95. 12.95. IS.75 and $1.60 Boys' Reefers.
tl 40, 4.90. $5 S3 and flO Brrs'Lot&: Tent Suite.
13c, ?5c. 38c and 40c Knee ranis.
5c, 15c. 25c, 84c and 49e Shirt Waists.
ICc, 15o, 25c. 35c and eOo afbC1rs.
25c, 39c 4c and 76e Underwear.
"c 18s. Ss aad 4c Gloves and Mi'.fes.
1 5c, " aod 43 Workiaj; 8L.'rts.
6c 7c 10c aad 15c Hosier.
75c. 9r aad 1. Men's Jeaa TacU.
11.60. 11.95 aad ?. Mea's aU wool Taata.
tic aad 45c Ortralla.
17 1 7 Second Avenue.
Comparison Tells the Tale
While the pr!ces we quote give a bare id' a, we prefer having you compare the gcds with other dealer 'oo'c
all over town, match them if you tan comparison will read.ly conrin th .t there is no p'ace lie
Men's Shoes at $ 1 53, others charge $2 00 Men's Shoes at $2 o'.hers ch vgt $3 for. Sa'e a;ent for Dugan
& Hudson's iron cUd shuts and biron & Garfitli's fine men's shoes.