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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1894.
Tan Osfordi in all shades at Ad.
Oxfords in all the latest stylos at
S. P. 6. stands for the South Park
S. P. O. stands, (or South Park
Adams1 low shoe sale opening to
J. F. Rvan, of Cable, was in the
Florida and California oranges at
the 8. P. (.
Cauliflower and sweet potatoes at
. lies tiros .
Strawberries and pineapples at
ucss iros .
Ripo pineapples 15, 20 and 25c each
at me . r.
Hot your groceries at the S. P. (J,
and nave mnucv.
Gool table peaches 12J cents per
can at the S. P. (,.
Drs. CofTce and Lawhon at the Har
per nntil Saturday.
Drs. ColTec and Lawhon fit glasses
when nil others fail.
Nice top nnion fcta only 10c per
quart at me f. r. i.
A nice line of callage and tomatoe
plants for sale at the S. P. C.
Extra large Messina lemon! only 15
cents per dozen at the S. P. U,
Thayer's celebrated root lecr only
10 cents per bottle at the S. P. (1.
Fnncy California prunes, two. three
and four pound for 25c at the S. P. (;.
M. A K. are having a big run on
thojc $2 shoes they are cheap at f3.
Bremer's best table jelly, in all
flavors, only 45c per paH'attheS.
If you are deaf, blind or cross
eyed," consult Ir. Coffee and Lawhon
at the Harper.
A nhoc that cannot bo duplicated
for lc than $ J M. & K. arc celling
for $2 try a pair.
4- W. Jones' new wagon is a beauty,
a credit to Mr. Jonc and an orna
ment wherever seen.
It will cost you nothing to consult
lrs. Coffee and Lawhon at the Har
per house this week.
Try a pair of M. & K'. celebrated
shoes, which they have placed on sale
at 2 they arc wearer.
lrs. ColTec and Lawhon. the eye
anil ear specialist, will remain at
the liarpT house all this week.
America's (ireatcst Men and Wo.
men" a valuable album through the
medium of The Ak;i s coupons.
Street ear will run from Milan af
ter the May fair entertainment living
held unIcr the au.picts of the JJ. yZ
Tri-City racking company's best
kettle rendered leaf lard 10c per
pound, or 9c per pound bv the i:ir, at
the S. P. It. '
Have you noticed McCabe Iiro;.'.
lcss-thaD-eo.it eljak ale? Over a'
thousand garments new, fre.h at
less than cost.
The celebrated Northern Queen
flour only $3.f.t jut barrel, and every
sack warranted to give satisfaction,
at the S. P. (;.
Emil Thoiin will give a grand own
ing free lunch at his saloon on the
corner of Fifth avenue and Twenty
eighth street Saturday evening.
Frank K. Parham has accepted a
position as assistant operator at the
Western Union Telegraph ollicc in
lieu of Patriuk Meenan. resigned.
A dollar saved is a dollar earned.
You can make money at McCabc
Kros.' less-than-co.it " cloak sale.
Hundreds of new stylish garments
going below com.
Why try to make last season's cape
reach over to next when you can buy
a new ene at McCabe's les-ihan-cos't
sale? Heal economy wilt take ad
vantage of this chance.
To exchange caritciitcr work for a
good building lot: will do lirst-class
carpentering and jobbing for private
parties at 20 cents an honr. Good
work and satisfaction guaranteed.
W. Wiescner, 207 Sixth avenue.
The horse attached to the C. O. D.
laundry wagon took fright at an ex
press this morning on Third avenue
near Twenty-first street and made a
lively dah down the avenue to Eigh
teenth street, when the driver got it
There being no train eat at 12:10
Monday rooming on the Uoek Inland
road as on every other night in the
week, arrangement have been made
to have a sleeper open to ISock Island
passenger cat at 11 p. m. Sunday
night, which will go east on the
Monday morning train at 2:55.
Henry lloach, a teamster in the
Awarded Hlgboit Honors
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Craps Otim oi Tartar Powder. Free
Irani AmmonU, Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEAtt TKk STAMOAftft.
employ of M. Frahn & Sons of Daren
port, was thrown from his wagon in
Davenport yesterday afternoon and
run over. The wheels run over his
breast, and several gashes were cut
on his head. He is in a critical con
dition. Albert P. Johnson and Miss Tillie
Lindquist were married at 320 Sev
enth street last evening at 8:80
o'clock by Rev. J. H. Kerr. Only a
few friends and re'atives were pres
ent. Mr. Johnson has for a number
of years been a coachman in the cm
ploy of Mrs. Webber.
The little son of Mr. and Mrs. O.
II. Creel, who disappeared so mys
teriously the other night, was found
at the circus at Moline last night by
the police and brought back to Kock
Island. He was si nip v enjoying a
little adventure, and had had little to
cat since leaving home.
According to a letter from Senator
Cullom, the Rock Island building
has climbed up another notch in the
oflice of the supervising architect,
and is now second on the list of
buildings awaiting construction,
thanks to the Rock Island Citizens'
Improvement association and Hon.
Ben T. Cable. We'll have that
building under way yet before we
full realize it.
In a letter from Jackson, Minn.,
G. Weiss, formerly of Rock Island
county, reports all 'small grain in
good shape, wheat having been all
sow ed by March 10, and barley and
oats all in early in April. Plowing
is all done. The corn crop is in
creasing cverv rear in that countrv.
The weather during all April was ex
ceedingly favorable for growing.
HOME OF THE COLLIERS.
Everything on the Move at Cable Town
Cable, May 1. Moving and house-
cleaning are the subjects that coni-
mami the attention of the female pop
ulation, especially at present.
Owin Tomlinson contemplates
moving to Gilchrist in the near fu
ture: John Engholm has lately moved
into his new location, where he
moved his house on the lot adjoining
that of Mrs. Eldred. John Sward
lias disposed of his saloon business
ami will soon idart for the Father
land. John seems to think he has
made money enough to enjoy him
self for a season at least. Mrs. E.
Hell is managing the caravansary for
the railroad men. who are building
the railroad to the new town of
sherrard. Several families will
move to Sherrard as soon as houses
can be furnished. Cable will not be
depopulated, however. John Coon,
formerly of this place, silently folded
ins lent and departed.
Henry Rode and family will be
among the first to locate in Sharrard.
Hrnry is one of our best men. and
w ill U- missed by his many friends
Jese White is papering for Mrs.
Will iatn Haddick. Jesse seem to
have mare work papering, painting.
etc.. on hand than be can attend to.
It is said the Congregational church
will Mon be subjected to a fresh coat
T. It. Ellis and James S. Love con
cluded after a dav or two of railroad
work that they were not adapted to
the business." Manr complain that
it is too long between drinks. That
never-changing soug. "move on."
becomes monotonous by 4 or 5 p. ni.
The mention of Attornev Olson, of
Galva, as a probable candidate for
congress meets with general favor in
this section, not onlv in the ttartv.
but with the Swedish icople in gen
eral. No man stands higher with his
people thun Olson, whose misfortune
has no doubt been a blessing in dis
guise by calling forth that talent
and energy which has made him a
leader among men and an exwuulcr
of the truth. Olson is the man
Rev. Evans is conducting the
school so far as we can learn to the
satisfaction of all. Some complaint
is made by citizens of the disposition
on the part of some of the larger boys
to destroy property by breaking
window glass, stamping holes in the
floor and otherwise damaging the
building. Evidently a lack of proper
training i the primary cause of
such acts. Such a course is the
groundwork of lawlessness; in which
some of our citizens indulge to the
utter disgust of the better class, thus
affording an opportunity to such
blatant babblers as one of our visi
tors, and would be critic, who, as one
ostensibly interested in better work,
returns to the Eden from whence he
enme, there to evolve from his Web.
sterian cranium with Calvinislic
mien the second apocalypse, con
tained in a paH-r of last week, to
which he contributes, in which lie
sjM nks of the tilth, drunkenness and
general russudness. which cuts his
Puritan heart like a two-edged sword,
so to scak, as soon as he snuffs the
Cable atmosphere. The good jx'ople
of Cable care but little what' such as
this individual says or writes.
A I'lruaut BurprUe.
Uridge Toll Collector Peter Schlem
mer was agreeably surprised at his
home at Rock river bridge last even
ing by the Central Euchre club. The
occasion was Mr. Seldom hut's 62njl
birthday. Encher was indulged in
until 12 o'clock, when supjier was
served under the supervision of Mrs.
Schlemmer. The evening was high
ly enjoyable, and when at last the
club left for Rock Island, the regret
Srbrka Kditor 1 fU.
Nf. Bit ASK A ClTT, May a-Kvv. George S.
Alcxuudtr, editor of the .Svjicum) (Xeli.)
Journal, tit dead, a Kill CI. lie waa one of
the kmt known tewpaec men iu the
late atid biicb it Masonic circles.
Commander-in-Chief Adam Talks oa the
Commander in Chief Adams of the
G. A. R., has issued the following
relative to Memorial day obser
vances: That we may co-operate in the ob
servance of the'day, Wednesday, May
80, next, will be observed as Memo
rial day. Twenty-six years ago
John A. Logan, commander-in-chief
of the Grand Army of the Republic, in
general orders No. 11, inaugurated
Memorial day. In that general or
der we were directed that if other
eves grow dull, and other hands
slack, and other hearts cold in the
solemn trusty we shall keep it well
as long as the slightest warmth re
mains in us."
His wishes and instructions have
leen faithfully' obeyed, and as his
successor,- Commander-in-Chief Ad
ams, calls upon all comrades to
again discharge this solemn duty.
Each year our lines grow shorter
here, while they lengthen on the
other side. We have more graves to
decorate and fewer comrades to dis
charge the duty. Realizing this, let
us invite the people, esjecially the
Women's Relief Corps, Sons of Veter
ans and the children of the public
schools to unite with us in the ser
vice. In no better way can we teach
lessons of patriotism and prepare
those who are to take our places for
their high and responsible duties as
Custom of Many Years.
The commander-in-chief endorses
most heartily the plan that has been
generally adopted in late years, that
of the attendance of the xsts of our
organization upon some form of di
vine worship the Sabbath preceding
Memorial day. This is a beautiful
custom, and the posts are urged to
make arrangements for attendance
upon same such service tt least once
on Sunday. May 27. Let the com
rades appear in uniform, with their
badges and colors, inviting, if exjc
dient, the Sons of Veterans to act as
escort, and the presence of the Wo
man's Relief corps, striving in cverv
way to make this a lining prelimi
nary to our great service of memory
and exaltation to that magnificent
and loyal army of heroes of a grate
AdTerttiMtl ftit -No. 7 O.
Lt?t of Ittturg oncillrd for at tho potofflcc at
Rock Island, ill., May s. ism:
Wills John D
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To irnnrc prompt delivery, loiters thou 11 be
ad .rurpea lo elnt-t and t-umlwr.
John W. Potticr. Postmaster.
In 105 my father, living near La
(Jrange, Mo., died suddenly. He was
know n to have gold in his possession.
I consulted Madam Hutchinson. She
caused me to dream of the exact spot
where fl.OOJ in gold was buried.
Consult her. H. Ckomi-tox.
Madam Hutchinson is now at i'Sl
Twentv-rirst street. Her charges are:
Ladies, 50e; gentlemen, $1.
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THK DAILY AHQCS DELIVERED ATYOUB
door oery ertniue tot 10c per etk.
STORE ISM)M F03 RENT 16J2 BEtOXn
;oR HEXT-TUE IXIOS HOUSE SALOON.
OR SALIT KOFrKRITZ'S IMRT F.RVSK2
. at all leadieg grocers. "It kil.s dirt."
UST-A C41AKV rmo. YELLOW AXn
j nron. j.ciuru 10 j ra . unrrall, VM 'iliird
FOR KNT A Mt'E I.AK(iE OFFICE ri)OM
o rJoDrs' second baud ttcrc 15: 8uco: d
11TAMEU-.;MI IKL KU SKlKNn
fi vihk Ki-t-rvi.ccv niimnd. Apply mi t4;
X imteenth flKt-l.
WANTED TO RENT A llorsK P SEVEN
creirht motim witliip iu hliH-kn (f ih pjt
oflice. Cull or aditrcsni II . I'.. tliin ulllce.
flK HALE I I'KIUIIT riAVO ONLY KEEN
uwl tarn moi tliF. Will sell at a lianaiu. Call
10 tlie aflerooou, Twent; third Href.
117 A NT E l A PARTNER WITH tl.500 TO
r-'i.iiMin koi pa) uif re'nii numn (an
net -U percent. Addrori SI. W., tin oflice.
FOR SALE TWO OK THE BEST BfiLTilNr
eornen in SrlinrllV aiMiilon. Eay lermn.
Apply lo J. W. Citvanane:h, S1S4 Fifth avenae.
I,8 TRAYEn OR STOIEN A SMALt. BLACK
J and ti n d ijr. l h era trimmed, hni abi
rowa.d anil bo pjid lor his icovery. foil at
TTALL I'AI'ER CLEANED AND MADE Tl
1. look a (rood a new f.ir iesr th n one-half it
cn-tM j inier Sa't.faction raunnievd. 'Ihoinat
Moore, Ulli Kart tilth ttrctt, Daveuport. Drop
uio a card.
Orj; TOS.VI per WEFK tSI A-D fEl.U
tri'i ina- Id li. li.l l.- I'iaivr. Errrir lamilr ha
ri sty, w.irn knlt. fork, rpoou. etc. Vik-ltly
plat- d Or eippini; in m.-lird nirlal Koexiier
l. nur or hi nl work: a nid rilnalin. Addrerii
W. p. Harrison ft fconCIirk So, H. Colunibux.
It Don Coat Aaytalaa;
To try Parks' Sure Cure. A specific
for the cure of all diseases peculiar
to women. Ask your druggist our
guaranteed plan Sold by Harts &
STOVES Aim BAKES
Made in Twenty-two
Styles and Sizes to
They are the cheapest and
the best, used by over 3000
famlies in the city that can
testify to their merits.
1615-1617 SEC0XD AYEMJF,
ICE CHEAM SODA, the fin
est in the city, at Krell &
FOUNTAIN SODA made
with jmre fruit juices, at
Krell & Math's.
ICE CREAMS, assorted fla
vors, at Krell & Math's.
FIIUIT ICES, made from the
juice of fresh fruits at Krell
KRELL & MATH'S Wild
Cherry Acid Phosphate,
nothing more refreshing.
ICE COLD LEMONADE, the
lost thirst quencher, at Krell
IF YOU ARE THIRSTY or
feel tired, stop into Krell &
Math's and get a glass of the
finest soda water in the city.
Cream in every glass.
OR IF YOU NEED a little
bracing up, try a dish of our
ice cream or fruit ice.
HULL & HATH,
1716 and 1718 Second At.
Mclntyre-Reck Dry Goodsc
Lot 1 Pure Egyptian cotton jersey rib, shaped
vests, nicely trimmed, the 18c quality for 12c.
Lot 2 Ladies' fancy rib shaped vests, Egyptian
cotton, the 25c and 2Hc quality, for 15c and 18c.
Lot 3 Swiss rib vests, extra length, elegant fin
ish, better than others get 82c and 88c for, only
Lot 4 Extra length, real gauze lisle vests, fin
ished in silk, easily worth 45c and 50c, at only 82c.
Lot A Af JiOi anrurfitiA tnfl c...t .
gantly hand finished in silk ribbon anl
worth up to 75c, for this sale onlv 50c. stl,;t:.j,
Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns the best in the world
Of Summer Underwear, beginning Monday,
April 30, and continuing until all lots are
The buying public have been loaded with a varie
ty of summer underwear. They have been offered
ladies' vests at lc and 2c each. "Of course, we have lc
and 2c vests, and we guarantee them as superior for
10-times the price, but what we propose to do is to
give yoo a real, live benefit in the underwear line, and
we offer tho various items as follows:
Lot 6 One case ladies' pure lisle,
vests, the regular price of which i 3
TI,M 1 . ,.
- . v. rttc mice iimiB rcjartwno otir 1
underwear that we wish to emphasize: ' " lU
First The extra length and full f-l7,.t
them more comfortable for wear.
Second The superior finish and appeiran.i
Third The long staple, comW-d IVv.i:
n.I n.m .u:t. .1 . " 1 1 ""1 rim.
f greater durability than most knit "irm.-m
invite comparison. " V.
We also offer one case of men' IY..,.i. i ... .
shirts and drawers, the regular prii e .f il' r:::u
at only 29e. Comments unnecessary. ' '
P. S In most cases the ladies' vest ai,.,v
tinned can be had in white and .,-.. ' '. ft"
sleeves, wing sleeves or sleeveless. J
Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 1711 Second avenue, Rock Island.
Poles and trimmings
- x r H i 1 I.7.7
This indicates that the bottom has been reached.
We've certainly touched bottom in the price of our
CARPETS. We are way up, though, in the tree top,
and a very high tree at that, in the duality, extent
and variety of our stock.
Our aggregation of Carpets comprises:
Velvets, Body Brussels, Roxbiirys
In all the different grades, including the special
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT
Open evenings till 8 o'clock. 1809-101 1 Second Avenue.
MATCH THEM :
: : : if you CAN
It's an easy matter to buy a suit of clothing at $5, or even $2; or a child's suit at SI, or even less;
or a pair of men's trousers at 69c, but match these qualities at the price, if you can:
rnii me'S S?ItS that haVCt plaCrd niSale at $6'9a $7-50 anl $io. We have cheaper grades as well,
inn we call particular attention to these lines, because they are exceptionally good values, veil made, good tri.n-
JS: S' o!lTd fittrs(?nd excellent yearers. Now, if you can, match our line of children's suits that are selling
lc?S '5 n-2' ?3i and ,fcfJu,:se .any dealers can advertise at any price, but let them produce the
SSr, t? .S jat the pnees-that s it if they can. When you have examined them, you will readily agree
witn us. 1 hey stand upon their own merit and speak loudly for themselves."
Match These Shirt Wrists 1 lc, 1 Sc, 2Sc, 8c and SOc. Knee Parts 9c, 1 k, 18, 2Jc and 49c.
Wrw1L?ai'm,theyrare matchlcs,s- quality and workmanship considered. If you have ever (and no doubt y.u
mntSr u ?th,Pgirom- Vs' y.U k"j t,-,a,t We Carry nly the best of every thing-no shoddy-no imitations
matters not what priced article it s good, right up in appearance, good for wear
' Straw hats 15c
Straw hat g 25c
Straw hats fiOc
Mcn'd socks. . .
Spring overcoats . . .
Spring overcoats. . .
Spring overcoats. . .
Spring overcoats. . .
Spring overcoats. . ,
. 2 50
. 7 5tJ
. 10 00
. 13 5
. 16 50
cent better in
m,f HrvTn?' IatC-h hem if V?U ?an'f yU find,an a,rticl? at the same price. Ours are 20 per cent be
ffe coZ1' n fit ,n,styVn ,eery Pfjt'cular-but how will you know? Comparison tells the tale;
tore compare, that s all we ask. Could anything be fairer?
At . K.
!3SS?ariif JStV111 WC havan.adva.ntaee .over all others. The shoes' help reduce the profit on clothing ami
vice ersa. if no other reason, that alone is good enough, is it not?