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THE ARGUS. TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 1894.
Today la the last day of registra
tion. Strawberries and pineapples at W.
Erery variety of vegetables at W.
Pineapples and eating apples at
Set onions and prass seed at
Col. L. M. Buford left last evening
Tomatoes, encumbers and pieplant
at W. A. F.hlcb'a.
Have you registered? If not, you
have until 9 o'clock to do so.
Henry Kramer goes to Chicago to
night on a week's business trip.
Lieut. J. F. Myers, of Springfield,
is in the city on a few days' visit.
Money to loan on real estate secur
ity. Apply at Jackson & Hurst's.
The Brownies in Fairyland" at
Harper's theatre next Friday night.
The ribbon sale at Melntrre-Kcc-k
company's is the success of the
Extraordinary values in umbrellas
at Mclntyre-Kcck company's this
Anything you want in bottled
goods, imported ami domestic, at
Mis Nellie Vilson. of Milan, has
returned from llenning college at
Boys suits for all prices from $s
cents up to t lie finest, ai Simon &
Simon & Moenfe!der are in re
ceipt of more new styles in children's
junior and reefer suit.
Nobby boys" caps, j :it the thing
for spring wear. jut received ut
Sihion V M osenfeider's.
Ed Henry ha accepted a position
as clerk in the Arcade cigar store, in
place of Al Henry, resigned.
The register board sits until i
o'clock this t venir.g. If. you have
tot already regitered. do so.
Won't forget that I'.V. f.L'c. and I7c
buy umbrella worth "Jo, $1 ami
1.2.1 at Melnty re-K' i k company's.
Mr. I.. T. rrentir-c an 1 rhiljrca.
0 Kansas City. M... are i-it:ng at
the residence of her cousin. Mrs. IV.
The reserve si at sale for the
Brownie entertainment w ill begin to
morrow morning at the Harper
Simon & Moer.feider have now all
their spring goods in. bith in suits
and overcoats, mid i 1 1 be pleased to
show them to yen.
I have fT.'i ' t 1 ian at prevailing
rate of interest on improved farm
propertv. . K. Kenwortiiv, Ilunm ;
39. Mi'he!l V I.vnJe block. " i
Ir. Coffee is r.t the Harper house
all this week. If you are cross eyed,
deaf or blind, or have catarrh sro and
see him. 4'ousultatinn free.
Back numbers of parts No. 1, 2, 3
and 4 of the Fictnrcs.jue America
have arrived, anil can be had at the
counting room t T:if. Aiim s.
Cucumbers, tomatoes, radishes,
asparagus, pieplant, spinach, head
lettuce, green onions and soup
bunches at Buneher's grocery.
Miss Carrie (Iross has accepted a
position with Mclntyre-Uecjt compa
ny, nd will be fflan to sec her old
friends, u well as many new ones.
Willie Hflrd.the long-time messen
ger of the l'ostal Telegraph company,
ha accepted a position ns operator
in the company's otiice at Ia enport.
The people cense to wonder why
tho Ailams Wall Taper company are
elling ail the wall paper, w hen they
seo their elegant new goods at such
Uv. T. W. Grafton and family left
last evening for Jacksonville Fla.
They were called hence by the seri
ous illness of Mrs. (irafton's father.
Rev. B. W. Johnson.
J. W. (iarvin. of Omaha, arrived
at the Harper t hi J tnoriiing. Mr.
(iarvin is a brother of the late Mrs.
Judge Priiry. the final interment of
w hose remains occurs tomorrow.
Ir. W, II. I.tidwig will close his
office on April 1. After 1 -week's re.
creation he will leave for New York
CitV. fn. in whence he expects to go
to F.uroM-. He will be gone for a
period f nine months.
The republican of Pavcnport last
night nominated August Kcimers
for mayor, lingo Johnson for c lerk,
Theodore Uoiieli for treasurer, Thom
as Winkles (or ass..sor and F. II.
lirigg for r itii'iii-ioticr of parks.
lhuiglas Smith. ..f !avcnport, and
Miss Hannah U-ahy.of Wc-t Liberty,
were married by "iire Nchrocderon
Sunday at 11 o'clock, at the inire'
residence. Mr. Smith is the popular
night clerk at the Hotel Downes,
Phil Miller is the power behind
"Boney" Johnson, and Miller thinks
that fact will elect Boney." The
ex-chief Is laboring under the mis
taken notion that the city cannot
get along without his voice in munic
The Franciscan Sisters, of St. An
thony's hospital, desire to return
thanks to St. Patrick's Benevolent
society from whom they, on Satur
day, received $13), the proceeds of
the dance given March lo. at Armory
hall. The sisters cordially appre.
cinte the efforts of the members.
The Adams Wall Paper company
today begin the grandest sale of wall
paper ever known in Kock Island.
They have by far the largest stock,
and arc now offering it at the lowest
prices in the city. It is a sale of ab
solutely new goods, and is not to end
today, but to continue.
The election of Company F, of Mo
lino, occurred last evening, Maj. W.
T. Channon presiding. Col. William
Clendcnin being elected "captain, but
upon his declination to serve. First
Lieutenant F. ll.Muench was elevated
to the captaincy, and Sergeant L. K.
IJaylord was elected first lieutenant.
Junge won't do a thing to Schnei
der, oh no!" remarked a Fifth ward
voter today, as he w inked signifi
cantly. Schneider is making a
house to house canvass of the ward,
and really believes that he will be
elected, but you can bet your last
cent that Julius .lunge will bo the
new alderman from our ward."
A special train of four cars, hav
ing on board President C. E. Per
kins, of, the "IJ." mad; (icorge M.
Pullman, of the V"tjiian Car com
pany: Marshall! Jjlohcrt Lincoln.
Messrs. lKbbs. cWffo L'uion Pacific,
and lckoben. 'and a number of
leading merchants, of t'hieago, came
in on the "l." today and remained
abouta half hour.
llug-h L. Busbce. of the Chicago
Inter Ocean, was at the Harper last
evening. Mr. lUi slice has ' been a
staff correspondent of the Inter
Ocean for ninny years, and he is now
going over the congressional districts
of the state and sizing up the polit
ical prospects. He has just come
from (laiesburg. and. of course, re
ports everything very much Post
down that way, as far as the republi
can nomination is concerned.
The friends of Supervisor Peterson
down in the First a:id Second wards
are up in arms over t he man
ner in which their candidate for col
lector was sacrificed in the republi
can city-township convention in the
interests of the influences which
nominated Boney" .Johnson for al
derman in the Second ward in the
face of the protests entered by the
representative republicans of the
ward. But Millerism seems to be
running things in the lower end
though self-respecting republicans
av li-r the la-t time
Land-seekers1 excursion. On Jan.
9," Feb. JS, March 13, April 10 and
May 8, 1894, low rate excursion tick
ets may be had at the "Burlington"
office to all points in Texas. Final
limit of tickets. 80 days from date of
sale. For particulars" apply to
M. J. YorsG,
Agent, Hock Island.
II. D. Mack, D. P. A.
Wheeler and E. Rntledgc
The K. J.
The stage, of the water at the
Rock Island bridge at noon was 5.50;
the temperature 27.
High priced competitors disregard
a well established law of physics
when they buck against Salvation
Oil. It is the best and cheapest 25
At Alligator's Nest.
Alligators" nests resemble haycocks
more than anything else to which they
can lie compared. They average alont
1 f ft in height and about 5 feet in ui
aiuvtor and ere constructed of jrrassca
and herbage. Tirst the mother 'gator
deposits oiio layer of eggs on a mortar
like, floor, and having covered this with
a EtrEti;ui c f mud and herbage about 8
inc-hea thick lays another set of egg3
noon that, and bo on to Vuo top, tuxre
being commonly from 1U0 to 20() eggs iu
a uet. With their tails the parents then
beat down tho tall gras and weeds to
prevent tho approach of unseen enemies.
The female watches her eggs nutil they
uro hatched by the heat of tho sun and
then takes her broo.1 under her own care,
defending thim end providing for their
Dr. Littzcmbnrg of irew Orleans once
packed one of those nests for shipment
to St. rctLXi.br.rg, bnt t lie young Ui.tched
out before they were Kartell on the long
vogtgo und vero kept about the doc
tor's premises, rnnning all over the house
np and down stair:;, whining like j-oung
puppies. Harrison's Monthly.
Award od Highest Honors
a w v
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pute Grape Gcim of Tartar Powder. rec
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
JO TEAKS TlX STANDARD.
I.o?.t IJalfn ."inilon.
Lord Granville, who died in lSlCyrith
a groat reputation for courtliness of
uiiinner, held fcr many years tho po; t of
embassador ut Paris, und the only objec
tion which could with any nhowof plaus
ibility 1r) brought ngair.st him while
hohling that conspicuous post was that
he was sometimes inclined to be indo
lent. Ho was addicted to play and of
ten ran over to Loudon for a little of his
favorito r.niusenient ut Crockfortl's,
V"uitt'& or Graham!-, but almost as fre
(U"iitly returned to the French capital
with the '-sof a considerable sum of
money. He was one of the f ur noble
men w ho 1'ist "iOU.iJtiO at C'rockford's in
0110 night, bis companions in misfortune
from the ranks of pwrago lM-ing Lord
Chest erheld. Lord Foley r.nd Lord Sef
ton. Still, in spite of all his losses. Lord
Granville left K-hind him no less a eum
in cash than $00,0U0. Eschange.
Brings comfort and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The many.'who live let
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
less expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
the nccifs of physical being, will attest
the value fr health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remeily, Syrup of Figs
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form nit: t acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, the refreshing and trufy
bcneficictl properties of a jierfect lax
ative; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
ana pcrintn-. nily curing constipation.
It has civen satisfaction to ndiiioiis and
met with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts or. the Kid
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it ii jcrft ctly free fron
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug
gists in r'c and ?1 bottles, but it :s man
ufactured by the Ca'ifonh; Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name i printed on oery
package, al the name, Syrup f Figs,
and being well ir.fornie-L you will not
accept any substitute if ofiered.
sh Ai mm
Made in Twenty-two
Styles and Sizes
to suit evety
body. They are the cheapest "and
the best, used by over 3000
famlies in the city that, can
testify to their merits.
1C15-1C17 SICOND AVENCF,
TBK DAlLT AKQt'S PEUVEIJKD ATYOCB
door evrry ert'iiiBr for 10c ptr week.
June?1 t-econd tai.tt ftToru.
rjouMS FOR I.T.XT. KN"tUlKE AT J. W.
f ANTED A
PLA(E FOR iENERAL
AOilr.-si ".'.' this tfftice.
T A SM ll.l, 'AMF.l SET FROM A
J ring. Fiuili r iliase return t E G. KrtZir,
UTANTRD I.ADT AEXTS AT ONOR IN A
sooit 11.1'. iu - liDs ncsa. Al'P'y I4-- Sixui
WiNll-A FIRT-f..S CLU'lllX'l
IT stilt sm :n vUh c-" i r-f rTices. lull t
Isaac litithseliwos. lavi'iitort. Iowa.
COR 1 ENT NICE
" five ro -in, wilh rmi
Mdntyre-Reck Dry Goods Co
A DELAYED SHIPMENT
Of umbrellas and parasols which should have been on sale the week before Kater has jtist ..- r. u,,
and goes on sale at greatly reduced prices. The loss will Ik- the manufacturers, not our. ,. ' '
pose to deduct it from the prices. Here are some of them: rr'
At 49c, heavy twilled umbrellas, natural sticks, plain and metal trim
med and worth 72c.
At fi'.tc, splendid gloria umbrellas, aeeasia and conjro Mirk, worth 1.
At 97c, ttie real Knglish gloria paragon frame, fancy metal trinmi.- i
sticks, and worth ft. 25.
At tl.l". gloria silk, handsome accmsim stick, and worth 11.59.
At and tl.82, in both natural and hum crooks, silver mounted,
worth all of fl.'.l.
At l.f.'. f 1.72, tl.75. tl-92. tc.. In plain horn, carved horn, accasia.
Congo ami Wcichsel crooks, all worth from 25 to 4 per cent more than w
ask for them. Ask to see our 3.75 umbrellas for only t .$. Quantity
A very advantageous purchase of riblon at calamity figures enables us t ofTer srme etri vj'u,.,
the lowest of low prices. We have placed on sale a quantity of all siik satin riblx.ns in cl..r rnn "I
at 5c a vard, and number 9 at !c a yard, worth mnch more. Also a lot t f gros grain ri'.l.n. a l i :-i"M ,
good weight. Xo. 5 at 4c, No. 9 at 8c, No. 12 at ICc a yard. Ion"t miss thi if you c ure i., .u,,
lot of money.
A most'clegant stock of the newest things In laces. Fine lace bands .V a ard and up. Tl.
tilings in iourdon. including the net top. in Pointe de VeniM-, Tointe de i;-ne. i'ojnt' d'lrlande. 1 .T'
ly. etc. Iteautiful creations at prices at least 41 T cent lower than thn of at ear ,
save you money in our lace department. New dress goods, new tdlks, new underwear, new ., .v,,,,!"
new capes and'jackets, in fact about everything new at ' "'"
Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and I7l I Second avenue. Rock Islani
T. D. KC1DY.
loan done;, co Wet rti,t. also carry a line of rat
elate fire tcvnranre comiaiii?, buiMlrff kta for
sale in all tbed.fltrciii addition. olcereflSanoe
I OST A ItF.I and H. K HEi K hOKsR l,rnIerty in all parts of tfce city.
li hlarkrt bi tw.-. n Ti If :h ani . nu -first j R tots 4, Mitrhrll A Lynde iMIcE. frotmd
stwi. lnJt r wii: tilvasc lt-turu :o Ihisofliceand ,. , . , :kii a. i
PWF.LI.ING IIOFSB OF I
sr lt-in. at SlO tr
liiq.iire at Sonth l'urk .oi'ir'. f
n epite rt'wrir.l.
At KRELL 6c MATH'S,
Kaster Eggs and -Novelties for
tho Children are leaders with
us. We aim to please the little
ones, and we think we have
Easter Goods fur all, and at
prices that alio all the Chil
dren to buy from.
Think of Buying
Oandv Easter Eggs, 12 for lc.
Candy i'.aster Eggs. f. for lc.
Candy Easter Eggs. 4 for lc.
Candy Easter Eggs. S for lc.
Candy Easter Eggs. 1 for lc.
Cream Eggs decorated, 5c each.
Cream Eggs decorated, l'c each.
Soft lioiled eggs, lc each.
Siik Eggs, fie each.
l'annrania Eggs, oo to 25c each.
Hand Tainted Egg on ease, 25c.
Papcr-maehe UaluLits,5c, 10c, 15c
mid ."c each.
Chickens, oc and 10c.
lialiies in Eggs. 10c.
l'.asUet tilled with small eggs, at
l'c, 12c, 15c and 25c each.
We have a nice line of Easter
Novelties displayed in our win.
do-. Step with the little folks,
and let them see the Kaldiits,
and enjoy themselves. l)ont
forget that a box of lovely oandv
would make a nice Easter pres
ent. Krell fc Math will have a
special line of line French Can
dies and Chocolates iu for the
Try a disli of Ice or Ice Cream
FOK SALS AT A r.Ai.UMN I'LsTFOKM
ppitni: wnir.in. fcair p.ct. r and pin form
scale, w. iiztimi: sn pounds. i.olan.w. cau
be eell ai iK'J Urady sirett. IVL-ui;it.
TOJR KEST THE STOKE, Ni. isir. sEe'tlNO
V avi'iiu-, with tho U; stairs inclu ltd, Wlil
rent it lor a hhIooti or any i:r,rr husiMt-s.ir down
flairs fw-ftri'f. For tinr iralurs tall at li'J IMatn
tfrjet, K itsttr A Maftm's liiivcu;rl. Tele
ot Spring Goods.
Thi t'nKeraal Lancuucc of ( lirmistry.
In looking over tho regents' questions
in advanced chemistry lrofeHt;or Arey
pointed out that "dioxid" was apelled
without the final "c," commonly'uscd,
and said: "All over the world chemists
are dropping the useless o iu such words
as end with "de" or 'no. In fact, chem
ists ure approaching nearer to a universal
laiiKtiairo than any other men." Eoches
ThfKilId ' man in Texas,
The wickedest man on earth,
'J'liu tMik-mu -most hit in ('hlrno,
ArH tin- dmresl -F or Mu d of l-.-rtl,"
Will Fool" their is-ms oiicn eve: It comes
lu jrcliin tlictriuni ey nor h.
And they are w'c. Scro.'iila, bronrhilis, liver
ill lilt til-, c Jiisumplio", dy.epsia ai.il weak k.d
nryj nt one cn'in ly out of the hunier of foolini;
map, wi atiiR heullh mid a Hi on humbugs,
wa,'n a ti iMin Cil rum Iptndvd for Dr. Fierce'
Oillun Vidial lii-rovcry wjiiM n-slore fielr
t o tit e anil "put o.e y in 'bcir puisut."
1716 and 171S Second Av.
F.rery FAIR tVAIilUMFft by
TOLLEY BROS. & CO.,
DCPTlPI bat stwetnele made. For
0 1 L V IftV Lb l) I further purucutaxs apply to
T. II. THOMAS, DrupKist and Opti
cian. Eves tested free of charge.
F.otate of Jmp B. SI nil. deceaaed.
The nn'lrrs)?ned havinc been appointed admin
iatralor of the estate f .lames K. Sinll. Ihte of
the county of Koe.fc Islana. stiie of I'itnois, de
ceased, hereby pves notice tlia: ho w-.U a;iear
before the mumy court of Kofk island coun
ty, at the otiice of the clerk of srld court, in
the citv of Hoc Islan-'. at tte Juue term, on
the first Moudny .lime Dux, at which
time all )MTons having claims nca'nrt said .
tate are notia,-d and requested toatieuu (or the
pnrpose of bavin)- the same adjusted. All per
sona indebted to said cMte are requested to
t&aae immediate payment to tbe nndereignca.
LEWIS L. STfl.I
Dated taie 2Tih day of March, A. 1). it4.
TEEM BATH ROQUS
Paths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, thampoo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc., may
be obtained at the Sanitarium
15a th Kooms. on the first floor of
the Harper House.
'For Ladies From 9 a. m. to
12 m. on week lays. For !cn
tlcnicn From C a. m. to 7:30 a.
m., and from 2 p. m. to 9 p. m.
on week !ays Cn Sundays the
rooms will be open from 6 a. m.
to 11 a. m. for ;entlcnin only.
Electric an! Elictro-t hernial
baths may be obtained at any
time during business hours.
Gymnasium connccttd with bath
J. M. SOHAAB,
WTiolesalc and retail dealer in Flour, Feed.
Grain, Hay and Straw.
Proprietor of Cyclone Roller Mills. All kinds of pricdir; ! t
to order. Agent for the GEO. TILF.STOX MILLING CO.'S
WORLD'S BEST OF ALL FLOUR in the world. Ask for it aad he
convinced. Nice Fresh Meal and Feed always on band.
1C01 and 1G03 Fourth Are.
All Styles at
Mnetfs Glove Store
1605 Second Ave.
Catarrh! Catarrh! Catarrh!
Doctor Hart's Antiseptic and Med
icated OilTratment forCatarrh,
Asthma, ltronctiial and Lun
It is the ort'y renw-dy t:irh bmr ever rureil C
tarrh pi-rm-rivrMy iti lit' -h rri fie.to of front
three to fle A fi.ilt i' of .".K to a:i
person who carrot b ouied of nrl or ttirt
catarrh in tlic iim- nnTt ''..el. fail on Wesutru
a-etit K' ft r.-iic ' til..- y.no baye oeea v
matier.tly c irel. For further information caul
w. 11. t)sr.oi:xE.
rrtmnti.t and Western A rent,
Uoom i, 1 Su Oock. Piv. tport, Iowa.
Ve have opened .
Our Rubber store, and are offering .Mackintoshes
for ladies. Mackintoshes for gentlemen. Mad:
intoshvs fcr misses. Mackintoshes for 1 oy..
the very lest qualities, and at prices vi:L::.::
reach of all. It will pay you to examine the:
Also Rubber Clothing for men an J beys.
THE HEsT KWWER HOOTS are none too pood f ry. u. tr-
them for le. It mar interest vou to ',! at;1'. iv:i;
the many article made of IlubUr. Vcu ar' !c a..
WILSOX, HAK.Ill cV CO.,
207 Brady Street, Davt nj)ort.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters
House Heatinj and Sanitary rinmbin;. Rascmcct Eock Island N1. F'
Saves Consumers Big Profits. A Reduction in
Expense Enables a Reduction in Price.
THUS it is that we are prepiredto supply the mile sex with fashionable attire at a less price
than ever. The consolidation of our menX shoe stock with the clothing, means a reduction
in expense of over $4,000 annua!ly--all this, andlnore too, is deducted from the price of merchan
disebesides, the shoes are a benefactor to the clothing, and vice versa.
Our New Spring Stock
Is now in. We beg to direct attention to our nobby line of children's suits, combination suits and
boys suits, gentlemen s west end suits, regent suits, full dress suits, mens and boys' shoes. the
Razor shoe, the Oxide Shoe, the Via Kid shoe, the nobby toes the perfect fitters the createst
variety of sizes and wid.hs ' b
The Lowest Prices Ever Quoted Tor Hclinliln Merchandise.
Largest dealers in gentlemen's wearing apparel in Rock Island county. Half price for ladies' shoes.
Clothing and Shoe Store, 1729 Second avenue, 116 to 124 Eighteenth steeet.