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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1894.
The Injunction Proceedings on
the City Hall.
HATCH AKD CITY CLERK CITED.
Tax (ironad f IIm rrorerdla a and What
Tlx 7 Set tp la W horn- Nint Thy
Mr Braaght Tha Prrliinlnary Hrar
to Hon. W. )!. Gcot in the narr.o of
John Volk made npplication before
Jmlt (ilenn thin afternoon for tem
porary Injunction restraining the
majsr ana city clerk from entering
into a contract with P.ivia Company,
or T. B. and S. S. Davis or People's
Power on the prohibition recently
accepted hy the eity council looking
to the erection of a city Lnll. The
Jspcrs were forthwith served on
tayor Modill and City Cleak llnes
Ing. citing them to appear in court
before Judge (ilenn tomorrow morn
ing at 9 o'clock.
r.r.iaad of th Application.
The position of the titinncrs is
simply that the city having already
exceeded the statutory limit of in
debtedness & per cent of it assessed
Valuation h no legal authority to
enter into any rotitrait of any kind
with anyone that will tend to in
crease its indebtedne.-'!'.
Two Vary Tlraaant tlTrnta In Hock Inland
A very pleasant surprise party
was given Miss Clara Yeagcr at her
home, 617 Klghth street, last even
ing by about fourteen of her friends.
Music and dancing were indulged in,
and at about 12 o'clock supper was
served. Those present were:
fvln a Kiriirr.
Rarhara Man i I.
Vary liro pucker.
Cart B ruler.
Fi-nl-n.il f iiurll,
M ln Erlrkaon Kurprbtrd.
Miss Ida Krickon wa, agreeably
surprised by 20 of her friends last
evening at her home. fl.l Tuirty-lifth
street, (iames were indulged in,
and a very palalallc sii.xr was
served. The lollowing attended:
Ella Jnhrana, Etrnra an tl tit,
Millla Jinnfsrrji, l.t Krirkim,
Jaai Mimra, Marti iri!i:rrn.
Ciara ErUaaoo, (.o.lia I'ticrauQ.
L Patrraon, L Ani!r'uin,
W 9 Cui. A li -rr r-aariaon,
Wiliiaa Van Halt, F A Joiw,
Kilmnnd l.lirf-ka. A Etic tm.
Mrs, Fred Alter was given an ex
ceedingly pleasant surpri-c party
yesterday afternoon on the occasion
of her birthdav.
It las:. Antlinnt'a,
At the meeting of St. Luke's hos
pital guild held this morning at the
residence of Mrs. J. M. Ituford it was
unanimously voted to present to St.
Anthony's hospital tlT i.71. this be
ing the amount with net-mod inter
est left from the original fund of St.
Luke's hospital, having lieen de
posited in the Savings bank since the
time of closing that institution. In
consideration of this favor St. An
thony's hospital is asked to jr vid- a
free lied for all time to Io occupied
by any poor person without regard
to creed or nationality, on recom
mendation of St. Luke's guild, in
consultation with the president, Mrs.
J. M. liuford, or in tlie :Js nee of
the president the vice presidents,
Mrs. Jonas Hear and Mrs. James
The ladies of St. Luke's guild have
thereby made a noble gift to a de
On May H the C, 11. I. & P. rail
way will" sell round trip tickets to
points in northwestern Iowa. Kansas,
Nebraska, Colorado. Montana. Idaho,
Indian Territory, Oklahoma. Texas
and many other states at otic fare for
the round trip, good for return with
in SO days. For full information
and tickets, call at any Hock Island
route ticket office or address,
L. M. ALLtx, (i. A. P. D.
F. II. P..OIMF.K, Agent.
In 1HG.1 my father, living nenr La
Grange, Mo., died suddenly. He w-as
known to have gold in his possession.
I consulted Madam Hutchinson. She
caused me to dream of the exact spot
whore $1.00:) in gold was buried.
Consult her. II. Ci.omitox.
Madam Hutchinson is now at 2:51
Twenty-first street. Her charges are:
Ladies, 60c; gentlemen. 1.
Awarded Highest Hon on
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A ptm Cnp Cream ot' Tartar Powdf. :e
tan Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
0 IIAM Tttfc CTANDAJUX
Straw hats th. London,
itraw hats at the London.
Insure with Hacsing & Hoeft.
Choice pineapples at Buncher's.
Suits, worth $10. The Lon
Straw hats, all kinds, all grades.
J. K. Montrose left for Chicago
(Jreat bargains in children's shoes
at Dolly Bros'.
Straw lierrics, oranges and pine
apples at Hess Bros.
Choice lots in Columbia park for
sale by Koidy Bros".
Plenty of fresh strawberries at
(irand opening lunch at the Man
hattan Saturday nijrht.
The large 10c bottles of ammonia
only 5c at MoCabe Bros'.
Four dollar and nincty-nine-cent
snit salo. The London.
The drop has taken place on capes
anil jackets at McCabc's.
Ten thousand dollars to loan on
real estate at lieidy Bros'.
Miss Josephine Cable, of Chicago,
is visiting Mrs. J. M. Buford.
Henry Dart's Sons are having their
wagons attractively repainted.
Tomorrow morning, suits worth
$10 for $1.19 only, at the London.
The genuine Christy knives three
in a set 37c per set at McCabcs'.
Choice strawlM-rries, pineapples
and eating and cooking apples at W.
We undersell everybody on every
thing. Suits worth'$10 for $4.99.
tJreen onions, radishes, pie plant,
lettuce, spinage and sweet potatoes
Caullilower, wax beans, string
leans. eas, tomatoes and new pota
toes, at Iless Bros.
Mrs. S. Sickcl. of Freenort, Xeb.,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. E. Rice,
on Fourth avenue.
Men's half hose, worth 25 cents
per pair, all shades, two pairs for 25
cents The London.
Mauckcr & Weihling will give a
grand opening lunch at the Manhat
tan tomorrow night.
Xew peas, egg plant, string and
wax beans, tomatoes and new pota
toes at V. A. Ehleb's.
Cucumbers, egg plant, wax beans,
string beans, green peas and new
potatoes at Buncher's.
The snnimer season at Black Hawk
Watch Tower opens Sunday with a
concert by Otto's band.
Joseph Krieger, a well known bus
neo mnn of Cambridge, died this
morning of rheumatism.
. Doily Bros, are selling a man's
shoe for $1.. "5. It's a beauty. The
same as others sell for $ 2.
A few cents invented in moth
proof has will .avc you dollars. See
McCube Bros, quotations.
America's Createst Men and Wo
men" a valuable album through the
medium of The Aicr.us coupons.
Call at . A. Khlcb's and leave
your Sunday order. He has a full
line of fresh'vegetablcs and frnit.
The celebrated lictroit moth-proof
bags the 75c size at 47c, the GOc
size at 40c, the 50c nzc at 32c at
Miss Lucia Mackenzie and her
friend. Miss McDonald, of Lexington,
nre expected from Xew York the ear
ly part of next week.
Mrs. Apple Swanson. of Moline,
was thrown from a biigjry in Moline
this afternoon and painfully, though
not seriously injured.
Don't forget the grand opening
mtishroon lunch at Rorison's saloon,
corner Fourth street and Third
avenue, Saturday evening.
Charles A. Keller, the organizer
for the American Railway Union, is
in the city, and will organize a local
union at Hillier's hall tonight.
The very latest in ladies' footwear.
A two-colored Oxford in Saratoga
and Xewport toes, wing tip. very
stylish, and in all sizes from A to E,
at Dolly Bros.
Wc-have just bought from a large
manufacturer a big lot of men's
suits, which will be sold for $4.99,
worth $1.). Call and see them. The
London big store.
R memiier that we have told you
that McCalie Bros, intend closing out
th'ir entire stock of spring coats,
capes and jackets bjlow cost. This
means a good deal.
In the circuit court yesterday
afternoon, the Xcgus damage suit
ngainst the D. & R. I. Railway
company was compromised before
Judge Glenn, and l,Ki'5 awarded the
plaintiff by the court.
To exchange carpenter work for a
good building lot; will do first-class
carpentering and jobbing for private
parties at 20 cents an bonr. Good
work and satisfaction guaranteed.
W. Wicsener, 207 Sixth avenue.
The chiefs of police and sheriffs of
the three cities met at Chief Sexton's
office yesterday afternoon and formu
lated a report of their observations
on their visit to Kelly's army at Des
Molncs. The report is not compli
mentary to the Kelly outfit.
Probably no neater w-agons have
ever graced the streets of Rock Island
than the two which II. Tremann ft
Sons put into use this morning. They
were manufactured by the Moline
luWy company and are of fine car
riage finish. The bodies are painted
a dark green and the gear and
wheels a bright yellow.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Bridget
llannagan occurred this morning
from St. Joseph's church. Rev. Fath
er ' Mackin officiating. The pall
bearers were: Capt. J. M. Grealish,
Sergt. William Call, Sergt. Culton,
P. J. Hagearty, James Campbell and
William Dorsey. The interment was
made at St. Margaret's cemetery,
Another new lot of wall paper just
in at the Sutcliffe Wall Paper house,
and they are marked away down.
Papers you will have to pay 15c for.
Sutcliffe says be can sell for 10c, and
so on all through his line. On room
mouldings you can save from one to
three cents per foot, and wo have the
latest patterns of the day. Call and
see and get prices 1429 and 1431
The most interesting and exciting
garni" of basket ball plaved this sea
son in the Y. M. C. A. "building was
played last evening before a large
and enthusiastic audience by the
first team and a picked nine ro'ni the
second and third teams, including
two men from the lirst team. The
game was hotly contested through
out, and it proved a tie game, each
side scoring only three points. The
lirst team play in Monmouth next
Tuesday evening and a good game is
expected, as our boys are in excellent
Iennuitevil Mailfline'a Colonel.
Lkxincton, Kj, May 4. The Ixing
ton Ministerial union met here and passed
resolutions condemning Colonel Breckin
ridge's course ami declaring that his can
vass for renominat-ion and election is an
open defiance of all personal chastity, do
mestic purity and religious integrity.
Warm Weather in New York.
Xew Yokk, May 3. The weather has
become suddenly warm, the temperature
nt noon having been nt S4 and at 2 p. m.
90 degrees in the shade on the street. One
prostration by heat is reported, that of a
laborer named Henry Young, 21 years of
A" '-UK "t l.ill 1U
Marshall. Mich., May 4. On several
forms northeast of this city have been
found during the past week eggs bearing
the following inscription: "Look out for
May 4, is:4," ami the farmers are fearful
of a (rightful disaster today.
and sweet as a ruse the
young woman who tones
up her system with Doctor
lVmvs Favorite lreserin-
tion. It is a certain cure
'or nil the ailments peculiar
ii mo ucuiw organization
women. 11 is iTfertly
safe in any condition of
17 TiX system and alnars
tit I "'bahlo, regulating the
1 i If aeucaie organs to pre
B I i K form their work puin-
.1 iajlessly. Women have
CI I 5 sallo- faces, dull eyes,
Trl ti2& hollow checks, and
I low spirits, when
they are made miserable with disorders, de
rangement and wnukni'sscs pneuliar to their
sex. Health is regained, alter periods of
dizziness, nervous prostration, pain and ex
citability, or other manifestations of de
rangement or displacement of the womanly
organs, when the " Prescription " is used.
OR KON'EI RETt KXED.
TiK YOU IS NEED?
Want mom y
Want a rock
Want a part ner
JRant a fituaUon
Vant to reut rooms
Want a servant e'.rl
Want to n-11 a larrn
Want to roll a boupe
Want to exeliancf atiytblnir
'aiit te aeti household rood
Want to mAkt-any rual estate loans
Want to sell or trade for anything
Want to find customers for anyuiing
CSB THESE COLUMNS.
trns daily Attars delivered attocb
, door every ereul for Wc per week.
STOKE 1!(I)M FOU RENT-ICS BSloSU
7(It REXT-TUE CXION UOLSE 6ALO0N.
,OR SALT KOECKRITZS DIRT ERVSEH
at all leaoini, crocers. "It kil.a dirt."
FOK KVXT-A m: f. LAK(iE OFFICE IIOOM
ov. r Jones' tecum buui store Bi-coi d
7" AN TED GOOD GiRL F:t Efovn
tR References ituuind. Ani.lv ai
WANTF.P TO IEENT A HO'. SE OF ISKVEN
or eight mum within 10 i loc of th' p j't
o.1ice. Cullor ad.irecs H. P.. thin &ffl:e.
117ANTEO A PARTNRR WITH .500 TO
S.'MOHn ufM& pajinir retiiil Im.in -r. ( an
net 20 percent. Adar. asM. W., thir oftlce.
POR BAI.K-TW n OF THE BKST KCILDINO
comem in Hrlini ll'ii ai!li'lon. E nay terms
Apply to J . W. Cuvauanh, SlSi Fifth avenne, '
I OT-A SILVI mAfFLET BKTvFFeN
I.J 1 Invd Klfw-t anil ih ferry ni,d nir K
aarU will be laid for: lie return to i loyj A ttcw-ariV.
VV A LI. PAPER CI.KANEI) AMU MADE T l
I! look a I!kwI aa m for leaa tb n onc-haif it
Mala to paper ruil-faction pnnrHn eed. Thomaa
Muore, aill East Htlh etictt, Davenport. lrop
mo a card.
J. E. KEUY.
T. B. KEIDV.
Room 4, Mitchell & Ljnde Building.
It Unnt Cost Aajthlsf
To try Parks' Sure Cure. A specific
(or the cure of all diseases peculiar
to women. Ask your druggist bttr
guaranteed plan Sold by Hartz &
stows Ai mm
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 SEC0SD ATEMJF,
1GK CREAM SODA, the fin
est in the city, at Krell &
FOUNTAIN SODA made
with pure fruit juices, at
Krell & Math's.
ICE C'KEAMS, assorted fla
vors, at Krell & Math's.
FRUIT ICES, made from the
juice of fresh fruits at Krell
KRELL & MATH'S Wild
Cherry Aeid, Phosphate,
nothing more refreshing.
ICE COLD LEMONADE, the
best thirst quencher, at Krell
IF YOU ARE THIRSTY or
feel tired, stop into Krell &
Mtith'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.
EEL & fJATD,
1116 and 1718 Second Aw.
Mdntyre-Reck Dry Goods c
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 locn loaded w ith a varie
ty of sum my underwear. They have been offered
ladies' vests at lc and 2c each. Of course, we have lc
and 2c vests, nd we guarantee them as scpekior for
10-t.imes the price, but what we proiwse to do is to
give you a real, live benefit in the underwear line, and
we offer the various items as follows:
Lot 1 Pure Egyptian cotton jersey rib, shaped
vests, nicely trimmed, the 18c quality for 12c.
Lot 2 Ladies'1 fancy rib shaped vests, Egyptian
cotton, the 25c and 2c quality, for 15c and 18c
Lot 3 Swiss rib vests, extra length, elegant fin
ish, better than others tret 32c and 38c for, only
Lot 4 Extra length, real gauze lisle vests, fin
ished in silk, easily worth 45c and 60c, at only S2c.
I)t 5 At 50c, superfine soft Imik1i
gantly hand finished in silk ribb,in -md t
worth up to 75e, for this sal.- nl v :,'. "'Hit,;
It G One case ladies' i.ur.- li
. t. I - r . . .
.o,D, iiicu juur nnreui WHICH is 't.-.,.
There are three points rerardin.r llr
underwear that we wish to emphasize:
First The extra length and
them more comfortable for wear.
Second The superior finish and p.H-rM.
Third The long staple. eninl-d F-vt.ii.
and pure lisle of which thev are knit r,', """;,'s.
of greater durability than "most knit" -irii'i" 1'"s
We also offer one case of mmV I'n-neh i.a i
shirts ami drawers, the regular pri.-.- (,f
at only 29c. Comments unnecessary ' '
P- S. In most eases the ladies" v. -t
iiwui-ii mil iru hum m unite anil eeru
j sleeves, w ing sleeves or slci-vcless.
Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 1711 Second avenue, Rock Island
Poles and trimmings
: I S .
Cm i; t!
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, Koxburys,
In all the different grades, including the special
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT
Open evenings till 8 o'clock. 1809-181 1 Second Avenue.
: : : if you can
It's an easy matter to buy a suit of clothing at $$, 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:
Match our men's suits that we have placed on sale at $5, $6.90. $7.50 and $10, We have cheaper grades as well.
mlnrJaTn fin ilru o' ,w urcsc "" v 7 ney 116 exceponal'y good values, ell made, good trnn-
: 7;: l,?uu CAtV'uu 'U"105, "u can. match our line ot children s suits that ve are selling
v'1 -50, ana $5. ut course any dealers can advertise at anv nrice. but let them oroduce tin
Iren's suits that -we are selling
, . ' -1 f yj -j- - j v.ai duvcrusc ar anv nrire nnr ler rnem nrouuLC mv.
Srh f,?eTK sellinff,at these prices-that s it if they can. When you have examined them, you will readily agree
- j tviv ufrsu iuvii jwi.x mviib aim ovcxiv luuuiy tor uiiernsci VCS.
Match These Shirt Wrists 11c, 5c, 25c, 8candft)c. Knee Pnts 9c, Uc, 18, 2Jcand 49c.
hnvPrhnLyr,?aiimut-heyrare matchlcs,s' ualiLty and workmanship considered. If you have ever (and no doubt you
mafZtS Z S u lothlP2 rom. Vs' '.,u kno')' -l we c.arr' only the best of everything no shoddy no imitations
matters not what priced article it s good, right up in appearance, good for wear.
Straw bats 15c
Straw hats .'. 2.5c
Straw hats 50c
Men's pants ggc
Men's pants t 1 25
Men's pants 2 50
Spring overcoats 7 50
Spring overcoats 10 00
Spring overcoats 13 50
Spring overcoats 16 50
Sprins overcoats 18 00
m,ffSny: Iatch li y?U fan if yu fi.ndan a,rticl.e at the same price. Ours are 20 per cent better in
fore nrZxrTX1 n fit' ,stleAm Pfrticular-but how will you know? Comparison tells the tale; there-
xore compare, that s all we ask. Could anything be fairer?
viv " 1? min.d,that we hav an advantage over all others. The shoes help reduce the profit on clothing and
vice versa. If no other reason, that alone is good enough, is it not?