Newspaper Page Text
THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1894.
i Nice fresh strawberries at Bnnch-
Simon & Mownfelder's for bar
Sweet potato? and pineapples at
$J.60 for a fancy plush rocker at
u. u. imrksiaoot .
Dr. Coffee will be at the Harper
nnui tomorrow night.
Dr. Coffee at the Harper house
nniu satorda; night.
All kinds of home-grown vegeta-
oies at vnanes ituncner .
J. F. Liebcrnecbt of Clcnceo was a
Kock Island visitor today.
Consult Dr. Coffee at the Harper
ognsv iifiore lomnrrow night.
Graduating dresses specials in
evening shades at McCabe Bros'.
See about those bargains in dining
tables and chairs at lluckstaedl's
Mai. C. W. Hawes. head clerk of
the M. n. A., is in the city today.
Bny Tour groceries and flour at the
onib rark grocery and save moner.
M. C. Rice, of the Imlon. has re
turned from a purchasing trip to Chi
cago. Clean house and send your lace
curtains to Tarkcr's latindrr. Thonc
Drs. Coffee and Lawbon will be at
the Harper bouse until tomorrow
Plenty of strictly fresh eggs 10
cents per dozen at the South I'ark
Hoys' and girlV birycle stockings,
the 25c kind lie. at Simon & Moscn
felder's. Plenty of fresh dairv butter only
15 cents per pound at the South Tarn
A large stock of large ripe bananas
15 cents per dozen at the South Park
Are you getting the lenctit of the
lace curtain sale nt ;. U. Iluck
staedt's. A few pair of those 69c Oxfords
left. See if you can find your size
Novelty Fancy" flosir 03 cents per
sack or 2Jao per barrel at the South
Immense bargains in all kinds of
flannel and outing shirts at Simon &
"Picturesque America' are you
retting the series? Back numbers at
Tnt Altai's office.
Fifty dozen men's domet shirts 14
cents a piece, (fair quality) at Simon
Men's extra heavy seamless cotton
socks 3e a pair three for 10c at
Simon k Mosenfeldcr's.
The finest line of ercale. madras
and penang shirts at cut prices at
Simon tt Mosenfeldcr's.
New potatoes, cauliflower, cucum
bers, wax beans, green peas, mint
and parsley at liunchcr's.
Our II line of Oxfords are all right
good style, etc. Better ones for
more money The Boston.
Refrigerators just what you want,
prices that nill suit you. Terms
easy at G. O. Huckstaedts.
New turnips, cauliflower, egg
plant, wax beans. ca, tomatoes ami
new potatoes at Hens Bros'.
Gasoline stoves nil sizes, all
shapes the largest assortment in
town at (i. O. Hiukstaedt's.
See the new suits Simon & Mosen
felder arf offering at $5, t.y;), $7.60.
t.60 and 1 a saving of from f2.AU
t f5 on a suit.
The celebrated "Northern Queen"
flour fft.GO per barrel, and every sack
warranted to give satisfaction at the
South Park grocery.
The city this afternoon began fill
ing up with sand the old well on
Market square, which was covered
by the Jack fountain.
At McCale Bros, tomorrow even
ing. Snow Cap soap, sure white,
equal to any. 2j cents a cake. It
floats. . None before 7 p. m.
iJo not miss seeing the men's new
suits Simon & Mos-nfelder are offer
ing at (10. No easier nay of making
than to buy one of them.
Today and tomorrow while they
last, ladies' Burlington fat black line
cotton hose, 4ccnt quality at 25
cents, at Simon St Mosenfclder's.
Fifteen hundred yards of plain and
dotted veiling, the 1 l-ccnt qualiiy
for 6 cents a yard. Saturday after
noon and evening at McC'abc'Uros.
Men. too! Best silk lynbrellas,
natural wood handles, were $5, $0
and $7; Saturday's price (3.75 each,
r arlel Highest Honors
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powdet. Fsee
Iroin Ammonia, Alum or any other aduHennt
40 YSAM TKk STANDARD.
beginning at 9 o'clock. McCabe
The condition of Jimmie McGce,
the boy hurt at the log-way the other
day, is much improved "today, and
hopes are now entertained as to his
Tan shoes, russet shoes all the
nobby styles no trash but good
shoes at the right price. Our men's
line of colored shoos are not equaled
in the tri-cities The Boston.
Reliable merchandise at the lowest
1rices, has always been Simon &
dosenfelder's way of doing business.
At present they are in a position,
however, to sell cheaper than ever.
At McCabe Bros'., cream effects
for grid uating dresses in crystal
silks, satin duchesse, lansdowns,
China Silks, wool crepons, and soon.
Special preparation in goods and
Don't miss the Gypsy festival at
the Central Presbyterian church
next Tuesday, May 15. A good pro
gram has been arranged and ice
cream and cake will lo served. Ad
mission 10 cents.
The revised city ordinances of
Rock Island an; now completed, and
City Clerk Hucsing wishes to an
nounce that anyone wishing to secure
one may do so." The cost of the pa
per covered book is $1, and of the
Mrs. James Glenn, one of the
early settlers of Henry county, died
at her home near Briar Bluff last
evening, aged 78 vcars. She leaves
with her husband a large family of
children to mourn her demise. The
funeral will be held tomorrow at 2 p.
me. from the home near Briar Bluff.
The new time card went into ef
fect on the bridge line division of the
Davenport & Kock Island Railway
company this morning. The first
car now starts at 5:40 a. m. from
Davenport, leaving Rock Island at 6.
The last car at night leaves Turner
hall. Davenport, for Rock Island at
11:30 and leaves Fifteenth street and
Second avenue for return at mid
night. The service is giving most
excellent satisfaction, and people on
all sides are expressing praise of it.
The Union in a long boomer for
ex-Congressman Gest for renomina
tion and reelection to congress this
morning, says the "republicans of
Rock Island county are therefore in
vited to consider their wishes in this
matter rather than the wishes of Mr.
Gest. however gratifving it would be
to that gentleman to tind that the
N-opIe whom he served with such
signal ability four years desire a re
newal of these services. And it is
from the standpoint of the jeople's
interests rather than those of Mr.
Gest that we desire to sav a few
words." How about Capt. Rob
No trace has as yet leen found of
the horse stolen from Mauckcr& Sin
nett's livery barn by James Cotrell.
t'apt. Kramer ana Officer Ryan ar
rested Charles Chambers, of 'Kansas
City, at the Commercial house at 5
o'clock this morning on the strength
of telegraphic information from Chief
Thomas M. S peers, of Kansas City,
charging him with fraud.
William Kdgar, the young man
charged with the circus day burglar
ies here, was sent to jaif Thnrsday
by Justice Ryan, in default of -')
bonds. This man Edgar, or what
ever his name is he gave the name
Morgan in Rook Inland was arrested
on mere suspicion, and- was found to
have in his mssession at least a por
tion of the stolen property. The
state maintained that, though there
was no eye-witness to the act of bur
glary by Kdgar. the fact that he had
the goods was sufficient to justify
the court in holding him, and the
fact of his participation in the as
sumed burglary was one properly to
be left to the trial jury. So it "was
that Mr. F.dgar was again committed
to the Scott county jail to wait till
the grand jury meets Davenport
A Kmatl lliaze.
The alarm of lire turned in at noon
today called the lire department to
box No. 14. The lire was discov
ered in the carriage shop of Kurth &
Soberer, on the corner of Ninth street
and Fourth avenue. The department
responded in remarkably quick time,
and in a few minutes the lire was
under control. The short-sightedness
of the plan of dispensing with
the ladder truck was plainly shown
today, hen no use could at all Iks
made of a UO-foot extension ladder.
As it was the lire was under control
in a short time, and tho damage will
not exceed $25. The building be
longs to William Roth.
The Lion. Little Haddie and Irene
D. went north.
The Saturn came down with eight
strings of lumber.
The Irene D. and Isaac Staples
came down with eight strings of logs
The stage of water at the Rock Isl
and bridge at noon was 9.20; the
A Sclrntlfle Fact.
A lady asked an astronomer if the
moon was inhabited.
"Madam," he replied. "I know of one
moon in which there is always a man
a.irt a woman."
-Which is thatr
"Tho ' honeymoon." Journal Amu-tat
Teach children to say, "Yes, mother
(or father)," and "No, mother," and to
say, "Yes, sir (or madam)," to old peo
ple or to those who adhere to tho old
ays of speech.
lO DANGER HERE.
Coal lM-ket la All Bight so Bar a Bock
Island to Concerned.
Yea. there will be abundance of
coal fof all practical purposes so far
as thjB community is concerned,"
said Sjnpt. H. B. Sudlow, of the Coal
Yallej Mining company this morn
ing, commenting on the prospects of
fuel famine folt in various parts of
the country in consequence of the re
cent fctrike. "There is no danger
here (whatever of the demand being
uneqtal to the supply. We arc
keeping up nicely with the market
now, tnd can do better if the demand
warrants it. At present we are equal
to al!emergencies,and there are no
prossects of anything otherwise.
I At the Mine.
At the mines at Cable everything
is running satisfactorily. Our men
hav no grievance, and work is pro
gressing in a manner mutually satis-
Kxearaoaa to the Houth.
ursions on May o ana 'Jv, at
one lire tor the round trip, tickets
limited to thirty (30) days from date
of i slue; choice of routes offered;
stop-rters permitted within certain
territory. Detail information upon
R. STocKnousE, G. T. A.
Depot, foot of Twentieth street
Rock Island, 111.
The thinnest tissue paper measures
1-1 2tK) of an inch in thickness. The
Krnpp irun works claims a machine
which will roll iron so thin that it would
take 1,800 sheets to make an inch.
TO BRIXG UP
yemr wpipht in firm, sound,
healthy Hwh, after the 'Grip,"
or Pneumonia ("Lung Fe
ver" t. Bilious or other Fevers,
or nnv wasting disease ; to
thoroughly purify your blood,
rouse your liver to healthy
action, end brace up your
svstem when you feel "run
down " or played-out " take
Pr. Pierce's liulden Medical
ArriHfitnn, AVJuon Cn Y(U
Ir. K. V. I'ieuce: Sir-Allow
me to offer my thanks to you
for my pnol health since Ufiinff
your "Golden Medical Discov
ery." 1 was but the shadow of
a person, so thin and luunrard, without ono
moment's case; liad suffered lor years with my
stonineh and liver, nnd this sprint? had a very
severe vtt ncrk of I.a (;riM. 1 then commenced,
usinjr tho Discovery " and my recovery is
wonderful. 1 am forty-live, years old, and
feel ns well and strong as 1 did when sixteen
rears old ; my sleep is us sound as an Infant's,
BJt YOU IN SEED?
Want a cook
Waul a artiier
Want a situation
ant to rent rooms
Waul a servant pirl
Waut to sell f.irm
Want la eil a hotiMS
Want to exchange atiythiwr
W ant te sell household roods
Want to make any real estate loans
Want to sell or trarte for anything
Want to find customer for anything
USE THESE COLUMNS. .
fTHS DAILY AKOV8 DELIVERED ATTOCB
S O.W every eveninc lor lue per week.
UrA WATCH THAHMf OXTAISIXGTJtO
A I'lioio. Ketiirn to this illi:e.
ANTED A S!Tl" ATlON A A COPYIST.
r. t.n,mre MS Seventeenth street.
FOS BALE CHEAP T1HEE SRCONI-UANI
Hnrhestc burlier c! air in KooU rcniir. En
quire at tb a office.
Vt' ANTED GKl ;Mtl. FOH t-ECONT
f ork References n quired. Ajiply at S12
int rceutit street.
UTANTEU TWO OH TURKS PESlKAltLB
loom with hoard for four persons. A(l
erctw K. W. C Am i office.
IMMfj Goods l
J. K. KEIPY.
T. 1$. UEUJV.
Room 4, Mitchell & Lynde Building.
Parka Bar Car
for the lirer and kidness. The only
guaranteed enre lor kidney troubles.
Removes the nric acid. Cures rheu
matism. Try it. Sold by Hartz &
STOVES ADD DULSES
Made in Twenty-two
Styles and Sizes to
suit everybody. .
Mclntyre-Reck Dry Goods cn
Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns the best in the world.
They are the cheapest and
the best, used by over 3000
famlies in the city that can
testify to their merits.
1615-1617 SECOND ATEXUF,
ICE CREAM SODA, the fin
est in the city, at Krell &
FOUNTAIN SODA made
with pure fruit juices, at
Kroll & Math's.
ICE CREAMS, assorted fla
vors, at Krell & Math's.
FRUIT ICES, made from the
juice of fresh fruits at Krell
KRELL & MATH'S Wild
Cherry Acid Phosphate,
nothing; more refreshing.
ICE COLD LEMONADE, the
best thirst quencher, at Krell
IF YOU ARE THIRSTY or
feci tired, stop into Krell &
Math's and get a glass of the
linest 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.
1716 and 1718 Second At.
Curtains this week at prices which cannot but tempt
and capture you. Our cash did wonders in the mar
ket, and we are able to offer Lace Curtains at less
than they cost at wholesale last year.
Lot 1 Sixty pairs of well made Curtains, pretty de
signs, per pair 25c.
Lot 2 Three special numbers, worth much more,
our prices, 89c, 99c, $1.32.
Lot 3 Three special values in Nottinghams. At
1.49, 3 yards long, 58 inches wide, showy patterns
(one curtain to a window is enough) compare with $ 1
curtains elsewhere, only f 1.49.
At $1.99, curtains you would think cheap at $2.62,
60-inch wide and 8$ yards long, $1.99.
At $2.63, Brussels effects, extra large Curtains, we
ask you to compare with $3.50 Curtains elsewhere,
$2.68. More and better values in a variety of prices.
Lot 4 About 50 pairs of Brussels, Saxony, Irish
Toint and other Curtains, slightly soiled, at just half
price: $8 Curtains, $4; $6 Curtains, $3; $4 Curtains,
$2. etc. We carrv a full line of Brussels, Saxony,
Irish Point and other Curtains at bottom prices.
vuuin iic vunaius were nover 80 I i
so cheap as t hey are now. We .ute fr 1
"c..., inns mm mil nauo anil l,,ii :
worth $6, while they last $3.92. Sixt,-, n r! ,ril
ani netter, usually $8, our price i 4- V , 1,rTt
at $4.00. worth double
The New Wrinkle In Chenille Portiero.
'.,:.... : .... . u" res. a .;
vu.wnismune ann iorme price of n,. T. 'rf
lest thing for draping doorways. Ak to v
We bought them at a bargain, and tber "
Chenille Covers One lot hamlsomo f: .
on Tuosilay niorninor, only 43c, S.ial;(l r C0Te
the $1.50 kind, 69c
A nnnilier nt m i.
you will appreciate at sight.
xne newest things in Swisses, coin siH t
Madras, Sultana draperies, silkolinc Ran'l, ffins:it.
sash curtains and draperies. .It
D'Esprit and plain Brussels nets f,.r Curt-.;
widths at greatly reduced prices. Curtain nTi' IS C
and fixtures, chains, hooks, rods, pin.. . s &i
variety. With cvorv nair of Cnri.in', .1' 10 Pn
over, we will give a handsome ix.U- all "i;xt :
pletc, ready for hanging. " c-i.
S; B. Y onday morning and whUe It lastt, one r. , . .
best Mofqnito Net, 95c per piece of 5 f
Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co
1709 and 1711 Second avenue, Rock Island.
Poles and trimmings
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, Roxburys
In all the different grades, including the special
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT
Open evenings till 8 o'clock. 1809-181 1 Second Avenue.
MATCH THEM 111
: : : if you can
It's an easy matter to buy a suit of clothing at S, 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,
but .we call particular attention to these lines, because they are exceptionally good values, mell made, good trim-
Urs nd exc;llent wearers. Now, if you can, match our line of children's suits that we are srllirw
at 66c, 9Sc, $1.50, , $2, $3.50 and $5. Of course any dealers can advertise at any price, but let them produce the
SfLWe' ?S jat these 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, 25c, 38c and 0c. Knee Parts 9c, 1 k, 18, 2Sc and 49c.
wJr?yulaiim,theyrare matchlcs,s- 3uali,ty and workmanship considered. If you have ever (and n
Iif SJi !5T JSy "l3r 5te best 5! everything-no shoddy-no i
iu.gudiuuc us gwu, u&iii. up in appearance, good lor wear.
no dould you
Straw hats 15c
Straw hats 25c
Straw hats 60c
XUtTU B DUUKS U... 1 3c
Men's socks 25c
Men's pants 69c
Men's pants 76c
Men's pants 98c
rvgaiuwesav: Matrh thm ifvnn ran ilvnitlmH anortLnJ . . t :
ni"i;h, . j -v .Mv. ai U1C same price, kjuts are 20 per cent oeiu i
qfore TomH'f' 'Jl 5 VSSSA wiU know? Comparison tells the tale; there
, - o an aaiv. vvum auiijiug uc idircrrr
Men's pants f 1 25
Men's pants 2 50
Spring overcoats 7 ."'
Spring overcoats 10 (Xt
Spring overcoats 13 50
Spring overcoats 16 50
Spring overcoats 18 00
M. g K
vcrvLearifn,nTdi,that VyC ha7if an,adva.ntage over all others. The shoes help reduce the profit on clothing and
vice versa. It no other reason, that alone is good enough, is it not?