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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, MAY 15, 1894.
ry joor water rent,
lnanre with llneslng & Hocft.
Ask your merchant tor trade re
ceipts. Colombia park lots for sale lv
J. Sicgrlst Is ont with a handsome
Picturesque America" bring in
Onions, radishes lettuce and pie
plant at BnnchorV.
. Mclntyre-Kcck Co's for linens at
half price this week.
Kindling wood for sale bv E. B.
McKown. telephone 119.
If in need of a carpenter see W.
Wiescner, 207 Sixth avenue.
Tn Aunts World's fair series is
in popular demand. Preserve it.
Fresh strawberries and choice pine
apples this evening at Huncher's.
Money to loan on real estate secur
ity. Apply at Jackson & Hurst's.
All reduced freight rates on the
C, K. I. & P. will be restored May -Jb.
Clean house and send your lace
curtains to Parker's laundr'v. Thonc
Miss Elsie rrentis. of Bangor.
Maine, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. K. II.
There, never was a time when fl
went so far as now at Mmon & Mosen
felder's. John Scott and bride, of London,
Canada, aro visiting Walter Fnwlcr
Straw hats and hnt weather under
wear for all mankind at Simon &
Wall paper linng by the Adams
Wall Paper company this week for 10
cents per roll.
Pictnresquo America' are you
retting the series? liack numbers at
Tint AkU 9 ollicc.
Tied need 50 cent per pnir is the
rice for doing up lace curtains at
W. E. Hilton and family left via
the Rock Island l:it night for thrir
new home in Texas.
Ring up 12U and have Parker's
wagon get your lace curtains. They
da them up cheap now.
The Jones mu-ioal family cave an
entcrtaiamnnt at the "Unitarian
church in Molinc last evening.
"Picturesque World's Fair." the
lxst published. Til r. Ai:us is nuw
disposing of at 16 cents a number.
Ripe tomatoes, cauliflower, cucum
bers, new potatoes, string and wax
beans and green eas at ISunciier's.
Simon St Moscufc Ulcr's suits
have taken the town by storm, for
few expected to get such tine stutsat
The A. R. I. held its last open
meeting last evening, and quite a
numlicr of railroad men sigued the
It's your trade they are after, and
you'll get the biggest dollar's worth
you ever saw at Simon & Mosen
felder's. Bartholomew's Rochester, New
York, and Schiitz Milwaukee ieer
on draught at the lie! v Mere J. W.
The cheapest wall papers in the
city at the Adams Wall 1'aiM-r com
pany at only 10 cents per Toll for
Lower prices than ever nt the
Adams Wall paper company, and
only 10 cents per roll for Lapging
Will receive by express this morn
ing 40-inch cream gloria i-i!ks f;r
graduating, "71 cents at louii; V
Accessibility to all street railways
and to lioth cities is the peculiar ten
turo of Columbia park lots, for sale
Mrs. George Mi-Master leaves to
morrow to visit her parents. Mr. anil
Mrs. John l'avics. at Huntington
A few of the choicest Edgewood
park lots (hithert3 reserved) with
sidewalks, sewers and wateituains.
for sale by Uuyer.
We are in the light to stay. Just
now we are knocking out all compe
tition on graduating dresses," say
Young & McUombs.
A. 1). Cox has added to the an
pearance of his new mail wagon by
replacing the littiu mules with a
handsome black horse.
How quick the news traveled! The
response to Simon & Mosenfelder's
f 10 suit sale tilled their tUore both on
Saturday and yesterday.
C. R. Chamltcrlain has purchased
W. J. Kerr's new homestead on Sec-
Awarded Highest Honcri
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pur Crap Crtam ot Tartar Powder. Free
tain Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
P TUBS TKfc STANDAftOw
ond avenue for $1,500, and will move
into it in the near future.
The licst and nicest of fabrics for
graduating dresses at Mclntvre-Rcck
Co's. No matter what prices others
may make, we will meet and beat
H. L. Whcelan has been awarded
tho contract for laying some single
course brick pavement at Waterloo,
lowa, heing a competitor witn n
Miss Alice Carlton, of Omaha, ar
rived in the citv this morning, and
expects to make her home with her
... , t s-, i. aai o:i
Sliiier, Mrs. v . ll. wms, oui aiui
Whether vou want to buy or not.
just step in at Simon & Mosenfelder's
anil take a peep at those $10 men's
suits. Not a suit in the lot but what
is worth $15.
The irreat Salvini is to appear in
"The Three tiuardsmen" at the Bur
tis at Davenport, Thursday evening.
May 24. The sale of seats opens
Monday, May 21, at the usual place.
Those persons desiring to consult
Madam Hutchinson should call at
once, as her lime is limited, at 231
Twenty-first street, corner of Third
avenue. Fee Ladies, 50 cents; gents,
Charles Christian, a railroad em
ploye, was arrested by Officer Wci
gaud last evening for stealing $5 from
Luchmann's saloon. His hearing
was continued until tomorrow morn
ing at 10 o'clock.
The W. F. M. S. of the Rock Island
district will hold a meeting at the
First M. E. church commencing to
morrow night. Interesting programs
will be presented Wednesday and
Forty-six inch Henriettas and
serges, others advertise worth 75
cents, the price at Young & Mo
Combs' 411 cents. The leaders of
low prices and haniperers of combi
nations. 1 rusts must go.
The Young People's union of the
Central Presbvterian church will
ivc a Gv"psy festival in the basement
of the church on Tuesday, Mav 15.
A musical program will be rendered,
and ice cream and cake served.
The fifth anuivcrsarv of the En.
worth league of the First M. E.
church, was held Sunday even
ing, when an entertaining program
was presented. The league enters
uion ns sixth year with bright pros-
.1. E. Larkin and W. P. Qunvlo.
de!ega!es from John Buford Post.
1.!, (,. A. R.. left this morning to
attend the state encampment at
Rockford. Tfcc encampment will
last three davs, Wednesday, Thurs
day and Fridav.
The democratic congressional con
vention of the Second Iowa
district, at Davenport, this af
ternoon, renominated Congress
man Walter I. Hayes on the
lirst formal ballot having SG votes.
whereas but 2'J were necessary.
S. J. Stader. president of the local
barbers' union, denies anv concerted
action on the part of the union look
ing to the changing of the evening
hours w hen the shops are to be open,
though individual members may
have adopted their own course.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Pfoh are in re
ceipt of six of the largest specimens
of California jM-aches. The fruit is
the product of the fruit and grain
ranch of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Thresh
er, of Butte county, and being pre
served in alcohol, are in excellent
At a mei-ting of tho Tri-City Labor
congress, held Sunday afternoon, the
commit tee appointed to investigate
the wage cut un the Hennepin canal,
reported having done so, and to hav
ing sent letters of remonstrance to
Congressmen Marsh, Henderson, Post
Dr. and Mrs. 8. ('. Plummer left
over t lie Rock Island last evening for
California. Dr. O. P. Plummer and
family, of Portland, Ore., who have
been visiting here, left yesterday for
Saratoga, but will arrive home in
time to receive 1r. and Mrs. S. C.
1 lumnier lor a visit heiore their re
turn to Rock Island.
Twelve-and-a half cents per yard
for good Turkey red table linen, 12.1
rents jer yard for good 50 inch all
linen table iiaraai-k, 3 cents JK.T
dozen lor all linen napkins, i cents
a yard for jjwid twilled crash. 4.1 cents
per vard for all linen crali, 3 cents
each for 10-cent Turkish towels
that is Mc I n tv re-Reck Co', wav of
S 'llingin the linen department.
The ladies of the Broadway church
will furnish a strawberry supper iu
their church parlors on Thursday
evening from (J to 8 o'clock. Thirty
live cents will be charged including
strawberries. J he tables will be
decorated in strawberry tints, and
during the evening the fruit will lio
served in novel ways by young
ladies in costume. Music win be
furnished during the evening by Mr.
and Mrs. SeLil linger.
Prof. Williamson, of Augustana
university, was given a pleasant sur.
prise by his pupils last evening.
i ne siuueiiis gam ri'; on Uollegc
hill at iitmut :.'!) o clock, and Dr.
Oisscn was delegated to bring the
unsuspecting professor forth, which
he did. and as he approached, the
orciirstra played a selection, at the
conclusion of which Dr. Olssen pre'
sen led the proiessor witn a purse
containing a neat Jittic sum.
Madam Hutchinson was recently
made the recipient of a valuable
pn seut fur cffectiugB reconciliation
between a well known lady and gen
tleman of this city. Be convinced at
231 Twenly-lirst street. Her charges
are: Ladies, 5ie; gentlemen, ft.
To Whom it May Concern: By
order of the board of directors of the
Rock -Island Plow company, a cor
poration organized and existing
under the laws of the state of Illinois,
notice is hereby given that the cap
ital stock of said, the Rock Island
Plow company, has been increased
from three hundred thousand dol
lars ($500,000) to the sum of six hun
dred thousand dollars (1000,000).
Date and the corporate
-- seal of said company
- seal - affixed this 7th day of
May A. D. 1894.
President Rock Island Plow Co,
Attest: W. J. Kahi.ke.
Secretary Rock Island Plow Co.
The Pilot, Mack and F. C. A. Dcnk
mann went north.
The stage of water at the Rock Isl
and bridge at noon was 9.00; the
The City of Winona. F. C. A. Denk
raann and Pilot each brought down
eight strings of logs.
IT'S EAST TO GET IK,
whore there's a sluhih liver, for any of the
cprms of disease that surround you. If your
liver wore active and healthy, it would keep
them out of your blood. ou'U have to
watch your liver for self -protect ion.
Just as soon as you see thi first symptoms
that it's wrong (eruptions on the skin, or a
dull and worn-out lecliii") you ought to
tato Dr. riorce's Golden iiitliatl Discovery.
That will start your livor into a healthy,
natural nrtion. parifv your blood, too; it
will brace up your whole t.vstem, and pve
vou strength and color, and put on needed
flush-not fat, but wholesome, neefssarv flesh.
Millnrd Centre. O.
Ir. It. V. PlEncr: TVar Sir 1 heartily
recommend your "Discovery" to any person
suffering from grnrral ticJ'Uity as the liest
tiiiuir ttiey can take for it. After tukinff
the ""Iieovery " 1 am hafrv to fay I never
felt better iu my life than I do now.
. Intelligence Column.
RR TOC IN SEED?
Want a partner
Want a vitnaUtin
ant to rent rooms
Wci a rvact f rl
Want to pel I a farm
Want In wll a hnn-e
Want to exchange arytbiiur
Want tr ell household rnodp
Want to make any real rotate loans
Want to sell or irailu for anyiMnc
Waal to and customer for anything
CSK THESE COLCM53.
rjlSB XIAILY AHOrsDKMVERED ATYOL'H
JL door e very entnr for We pr week.
WANTrn-LAIMES TO ATTFNT T1IK 1L
hiKlrateil Health Talk in i. A. It. hall.
Friia'-. May IS. at S . m
WAN1ED A COMPETENT Otftl. Vol (iEN
eral llUUeWora. mm without refen'nrea
need Buu'.y. Ad reea ; " tu.i cilice.
WANEH AN AISTANT ItECBflTINO
ofllcer. Tli riirht llinn ir.iod no.ition and
(rood ;a ary. Addres-. C. 11. B., 1110 Third ave
WANTED nA SM A TIT INTELLIGENT Yot"NG
man. Urine refefacc. and aoplv between
S and !' Monday inarnin at mom 4U, Milctiell Jc
I Ainrs nno will nowwTixrt fou me
I' at their hr-ni'Mi W'll nolk. e.w-l wnT..a Um.
p'y with If a 'dn gs d. slamiwt cbhm.: Km
TtAXTEP EXPERIENCED CANVASSERS,
ijoocl u;rs worn I idi. i.letK'ii and suit.
ahlc f,r either wi. No i -ip t:.l r. ijuired. Call
nftirfl p. m. lien y Warl. 10;8 Fou.ti avenue,
5 TO ;5 PER DAY AT HOME SELLING
O l.iflitnins PUter, and pla-inir jewelry,
athv, lahlewate, nr. Every hnng
good- tu edini: pi din-. No ixii w: capital:
n- t :lkit--. Some aelit' are niakiii" S'.'Saday
Prriimnciit iMwuiou. Address II. K. Del no i
Co., Coluinbuc, tlhio.
see mn as m youtii !
THESE WONDERFUL LEHSEf
Are the result of rears of scientific ezper
ImentiPK. and are now placed, owing to
their superiority, preeminently aDoveevor j
tiling heretofore produced in this line.
'i'h-r are acknowletUrod by experts to X
the finest and in out perinctly construetod
Lenses KN0WM, and are peculiarly adapted
tocorreetinffthe various visual (mperfeo
tions. A trial of thw i awWtOQW will eiinvinna
groii I It-j tira im al OTVOI
It Doat Coat Anythlas;
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 &
mm AOD DJOES
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.
1613-1617 SECOXD ATEXTJF,
l'.ut to make Ice Cream and
Fruit Ices tbat are palataltle
and delicious is another
thing. To get the best rc
suits is to get it from KUKLL
& MATH, who understand
how to make it, and they
can give you any flavor you
wish for, and in all the lat
Wc aim and claim to make
the tinest Fountain Drinks
in the city, using nothing
but Turo Fruit Juices and
nice rich cream in every
glass, and on Phosphates we
excel. Our crushed Fruit
Pulps arc of the finest fresh
fruits, and when used in Ice
Cream Soda, they cannot be
equalled. We have a nice
parlor for ladies and gentle
men to sit and enjoy their
soda, and at the same time
pass away a few idle mo
ments. When tired or weak,
try. Krcll & Math's ice cream,
it will refresh vou.
kill & mm
1716 and 1718 Second At.
For sale bv T. II. THOMAS, Druii
gist and optician,
Mdntyre-Reck Dry Goods r
Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns the best in the world.
A week in the Linen Department which will not
bo easily forgotten. The prices we quote are the low
est, quality considered, ever recorded in the three
cities. Cunfpare prices and you will find ours the.
lowest every time.
We call special attention to our superb line of
Cream Damask, now so popular, soft like leather,
which we guarantee will outwear any other.
A FEW SPECIALS 50-inch, all linen damask,
121c, worth double.
52-inch, all linen damask, the 28c quality, 18Jc;
the S2c quality, 22 Jc.
56 and 60-inch damask, handsome patterns, the 50
and 57c quality, SSlc.
Some very special value, for thl sale at 48r, 5Sc?c. 7ie. 87c, etc.,
which we gna antre cannot be matched fot tho a money ehvwlierc.
Excellent -i nrkey Kcd table linen at 1314c, better quali'iee at I'Jc,
40 piece enod twl led c-a h. 2c 1 yard.
trn tly all linen crb, worth Tic. at 4o a yard.
Kitra be .vy. all linenrrash, worth at 6&C
Fanry all linen crash, wonh lSc.at 7C.
(ilwt'mh, worth rc, for 5c a yard.
2 d'rc i all linen r.apkina. per itor.en. Sic.
S rioacn all lii.en nap in, per dozen, Plentvof belter grtaer.
! 0 dozen big T'i'kiati tnweln at S; each, othera aell tbcm at ,oe a. a
leader Hid aen ISc Tarki'li Vwel, 10c. 10 dozen IWc Turki-h towela,
14 c. Oihera at ire. ITe. ISc etc, enormou- In Izo. aplcndld in quali
ty . We make a specialty of Felling S5 and 40c towela at 25c.
Four Hard, Sharp Drivi
In the Wflfih r.nml a fliinvrlmnh, t
the week out all bran new t'ooiU 1
Drive Ko. 1 Twenty pieces s.,ft i r
ettes printed, usual price 2L'c. our pri. e u n1't.
Drive No. 2-Seventeen pieces im,.,,, r
satinns, elegant printings, usually 2 - f, r
tine o. o C Closed a lot of
i . i , ., .
hcb, wsuuiui goons, me urice of whiei.
18c, while they last they go at 12'.e.
Drive No 4 Full yard wide, soft fmi ,
and" cottons in the most delicate t,n
light and dark grounds, at 1 tc.
We do not think that any of the-e ,
last through the week, and advice an ,iTu
A visit to our Wash Goods department H't''
close many handsome novelties so . ...... .
lirhtful coolness on hot siimm. r .1.. . '!
liner 111. 1, '
t'u-s. nrinteil in tho c..f.. ..i. " . ,'"iV
1 - ""'"w Mi:i'ie nii ,
terns, the peerless Shantong p.nge.- in stim-ri
effects, and a host of other fabrics "Kit-
e ronlUHy Invit all co-ntns i ndja
r , V "co-ninsird rP,
fjbnca Wore purchasing t lkt. sub ime t.iorla- h...
Tami-, awi. liroitie..etc..etc.,in f 1 ...rtr V, ?!r" Bnr2
shawing very hanj-ome, d a'jle daai-k 5 -iQil .
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 o
CARPETS. We are way up, though, in the tree to?,
and a very high tree at that, in the duality, exte
and variety of our stock.
Our aggregation of Carpets comprises:
Velvets, Body Brussels, IJoxImiijn
In all the different grades, including the special
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT
Open evenings till 8 o'clock. 1809-181 1 Second Avenue.
MATCH THEM 1 : :
IF YOU CAE
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:
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, veil made, good trim
ming, splendid fitters and excellent wearers. Now, if you can, match our line of children's suits that -.ve are si-llinjl
at ic, qsc, $1.50 , $2, $3.50 and $5. Of course any dealers can advertise at any price, but let them produce the
goods we are selling at these prices that s it if they can. When you have examined them, you will readily a-rce
witn us: I hey stand upon their own merit and speak loudly for themselves."
Match These Shirt Wrists 1 lc, 1 Jc, 2Sc, 38c and 50c. Knee Pints 9c. 1 3c, 18, 2c and 49c.
We proudly claim they are matchless, quality and workmanship considered. If you have ever (and no douht you
nave) bought clothing from us, you know that we carry 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 hats 15c
Straw hats 25c
Straw hats 59c
Men' sucks "
Men's socks !!!!!
Men's socks "
:: , ' r mc
Men's pants 7e
r ' ... 4,,c
Spriug overcoats . .
Spring overcoats. .
spring overcoats. .
Spring overcoats . .
Spring overcoats. ,
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n,,?K?y: IatC-h liiem U?T anif yOU find,an a,rticle atthe same price. Ours are 20 per cent better a
CeLnf'T1 n fit' m ttylVn i7ery Par-but how will you know? Comparison tells the tale; there
tore compare, that s all we ask. Could anything be fairer?
A f . .
:iWa.ySbcar J? m,nd. that we hav.e an advantage over all others. The shoes helo reduce the orofit on clothin
versa. 11 no otner reason, that alone is good enough, is it not?