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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1894.
Old Sqolre Haskins."
Smoked halibut at Bnncher's.
Insure with Ilaesing & Hoeft.
01i Sqnlre Raskins" tonight,
Old Squire Haskins" this evening,
See Rothschild's ad. on second
Who raid we were to have no In
Old bqnlre Haskins" at Harper's
Old Squire Haskins" tonight at
Harper s theatre.
Oysters, celery and Cape Cod cran.
berries at Buniher's.
Mo artificial flavoring, all straight
long Havntia in Yun Can Smoke.'
Money to loan on real estate secur
itj. Apply at Jackson & Hurst's.
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Frazer have
gone to Chicago for a few days' visit.
People who want mild, pleasant
cigars should try "You Can Smoke."
K you're ont for making money try
Somniers & LaVellc on your next
The place tor line goods suits,
pants, or overcoats, Simon & Mosen-(eldi-r's.
No matrcr how fine an overcoat
yon are looking for. you'll find it at
Simon A Mosen (elder's.
If you want to sec the real nobby
things in overcoats, see Simon '&
Mosen fcldi-r's new styles.
The We.-t Knd Progressive Euchre
club mrtta Monday evening with
Maj. and Mrs. L. M.'Buford.
Among the rubes" in the -''Squire
Haskins" company is Harry Strief,
the pat season's aeronaut at the
Mrs. William Hall left this morn
ing for her home in Milwaukee, after
spending a week with her folks in
News has been received in Cordova
of the death as the result of a rail
road accident, of Frank Pidcock, of
They make a specialty of fine
clothing, tine material, custom tail
oring, perfect fitting, at Simon &
Mr. Pelham, wife of operator J.
M. Pclhatn, of the C, B. A Q , left
yesterday afternoon for Louisville.
Ky., on a 2-weeks' visit to her par
ents. A little son of Rev. Y. W. Mcrrell
was run down by a bicycle and some
what bruised, while playing on the
sidewalk in front of the parsonage
tabout 6 o'clock last evening.
James O'Connor received a tele
gram this afternoon from W. H. Cut
ton, the Kin k Inland billiardist, stat
ing that he and his family will be
home tonight. They have been in
Paris for a couple of years.
There will be services this evening
at the Twenty-ninth Street Mission
chapel at 7:15, conducted by the Y.
P. S. C. K. of the Christian chapel.
The subje t will be "The Duty and
Rewards of Chnrchgoing." The
leader will tic Miss Dora Newton.
The Women's Improvement guild.
of Trinity church, held a meeting
vestenlav afternoon at Mrs. Hvde s.
at which it was decided to give a
supper In the near future. It will
be held at the residence of Mrs. Wal
ter Johnson, on the corner of First
avenue and Twelfth street.
Arrangements have been made by
Sniiervisora Rinrk and Qnayle
for the use of the hose house
on Twenty-second street as the
voting place for the first pre
cinct oi the urtti ward, ana John
Taylor's grocery on Fourteenth
street for the second precinct of the
Rev. J. II. Kerr is in receipt of the
sad intelligence that bis niece, OXiss
Mary M. Kerr, was one of the vic
tims of the disastrous storm which
swept over the cast vesterday. Her
home was in Knglewood, N. J., and
it was while ahleep that a chimney,
falling at her father's home; crashed
out her life. .
Arrangmcnts have been made for
two entertaining games of foot ball
at Twin-t ity park Saturday and Won
day next between the hustling Angus-
tana team and the flionmoulns on
Saturday, and the St. Albans on
Monday. This great collegiate game
will undoubtedly attract a large at
tendance each day.
An extra freight train on the Rock
Island, in charga of Conductor Al
Wright, coming east, broke in two
at Stockton last night about 11
o'clock, and when the first section
of the train slacked up both parts of
the string came together, smashing
several of the cars. No- one was
hurt, however. No. 4, due here at
12:40 this morning, was delayed over
an hour as a result of the smash up.
The officers-elect of Rock Island
chapter. 269. of the Eastern Star,
which received its charter several
weeks ago. were formally installed
at the meeting last evening, the cer
emonies being conducted by Worthy
Matron Mrs. S. X. Conover, assisted
by Assistant Worthy Matron Mrs. C
B. Kinyon and Worthy G. F. Kra
mer. Death entered the home of Mr.
and Mrs. George P. Frysinger, 705
Twentieth street, at 4:30 this morn
ing and claimed their infant daugh
ter, Katheryne Dorothy, aged 9
months, inflammation of the lungs
being the cause. The funeral will
be held from the residence at 10
o'clock tomorrow morning, and will
The price of sugar on the local
market has fallen considerably dur
ing the last day or two, and is now
85 cents lower per 100 pounds than
it was a week ago. The decline is
largely due to the falling to pieces of
the wholesale grocers' associations,
which have assisted the sugar com
bine to hold up its prices for some
time. The low price of raw suirar
has also had something to do with
the decline, and so has the bisr cron
of beet sogar, just coming in, which
is SO per cent larger than last year.
The Chicago papers are again dis
cussing the prooaole construction of
an electric line along Lake Michigan
from Chicago to Milwaukee, connect
ing all the towns alone the shore.
This project was spoken of at the
lime mat 1. 11. iouderback's Chi
cago North & Shore Electric road was
projected. Mr. Louderback, who is
now the foremost street railway
builder in Chicago, in an interview
acknowledges the proposed enter
prise, and bis hosts of friends in the
three cities, who owe so much to his
public spirit and business capacity in
promoting the tri-city system, of
which he is the head, will wish him
every success in his great undertak
ing. 1 he road will be the trolley elec
tric system and has a capital stock of
tlO.000,000 back of it. Mr. Louder-
hack is just the man to carry such a
scheme through successfully.
fcrhauu In the Evangelical Chnrch.
Berwick, Pa., Oct. 11. Rev. A. Staple-
ton, secretary of the central Pennsylvania
eonft-rvnee of the Evangelical association,
has just n-turned from an important of
ficial nut-ting held at Lewisburtt, Pa. He
stated that this conference, numbering
over 140 ministers and over 1,01AI members,
will leave the usmciutiun in a body, owing
to the recent supreme court decision which
rrcop-nizr the Esher-Bowman faction ol
Cleveland, o., Oct. ll. At West
Cleveland, a suburb of this city, burglars
foroed an entrance into the postoffice and
then blew open the safe. They secured
only about fcMU in stamps and money,
which hupiH-ned to be all that the safe
contained at the time. It was a most dar
ing burglary ft,,,,, lne f-t that the build
ing is burruunded on all sides by residences.
Awarded IXighMt Honors
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Craps Cream ot Tartar Powdsr. Free
tool Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
49 TSAtS TKIi STANDARD.
Visa O. J. CaAwroan, of lAmatmt, ,
w jean eunerea montnir rront
penome pains waica as
to render life a burden. Tl
began using Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription. I
used seven bottles in aa
many months and de
rived so much benefit
from it and the home,
ed Id bis Treatise on
iifaeases of Women, that
I wish every woman
throughout our land,
suffering In the same
way, mar be Induced to
an ve your medicines and
treatment a fair trial."
Miss COAwroao. "EFjr
vijroratinft tonic and a soothing and strength
ening nervine, purely vegetable, perfectly
harmless. It regulates and promotes all the
proper functions of womanhood, improves
digestion, enriches the blood, dispels aches
and pains, brings refreshing sleep, and re
stores healUi and vigor. For every "female
complaint," it is the only remedy so sure
that it can be guaranteed. If it doesn't
cure, 70a bav your money back.
Event of the
The Visit to Rock Ul
and of . . .
All will be welcome
to HARPER'S THE
ATER. People of all
affiliations and classes
should hear the polit
ical issues intelligent
ly discussed. '
Oct. 12 the Date.
Life Sentence for Uartholomy.
BLEFALO, Oct. 11 . Bartholomy has
U-cen found guilty of murder In the sec
ond degne and sentenced to Auburn for
life, bartholomy murdered William E.
Dcluucy when ho refused to be bluck
mailed. No l)oult of His rranpecta, '
ST. CHAULES, Mo., Oct. 11. Dave Woods
assaulUnl Emma Collier on Catfish inland,
ten miles attuve here. Learning of the
crime Koliert Collier started out to avenfje
the wrong done his sister. Meeting Woods
a lutttle with corn-knives followed in
which Collier was seriously wounded. Ho
cannot live. The girl is also dying of her
Injuries. Wood is in jail here with good
prospects of lieing lynched.
Editor's Wife Accepts a Call.
Elkhaut, Ind., Oct. 11. Mrs. M. G.
Phenboltom, wife of a well-known Indi
ana newspaper man, has accepted a call to
the itastorate 01 the Christian church at
Wakarusa. Mrs. I'hi-nlxiltom is a fre
quent contributor to standard tiuritidlcals
and enjoys the unique distinction of being
tne only woman pastor In the state, she
is credited with Hissussing rare oratorical
Attempted to Rob a ftrave.
Keokuk, In., Oct. 11. The grave of Miss
IXinnell, daughter of 01 10 of tile wealthiest
citizens of Lee county, the founder of the
town of Donncllson. Ia., was disturbed by
lssly-snatchTs. Tiiey were evidently
frightened away before completing their
work, as the casket waa broken open but
be body not disturlicd.
More forest fire Yietima.
Minneapolis, Oct. 11. The body of Jo
seph Parish, a farm employe, was found
at Hinckley and the body of an unknown
was also found in the mill yard of the
Brnnnan Lumber company, making two
more to acta to the list of tire victims.
Parish was seen the day of the fire hang
ing to the tail of an ox and running to
wards a lake. The ox was found dead be
That Joyful reeling
With the exhilarating sense of re
newed health and strength and inter
nal cleanliness, which follows the
use of Syrup of Figs, is unknown to
the few who have not progressed be
yond the old time medicines and the
cheap substitutes sometimes offered.
but never accepted by the well in
Tammany Kominatos m Ticket.
New Yobk, Oct. 11. The .Tammany
Hall county convention last night nom
inated the following ticket: For mayor
Nathan Ktraus; president board of alder.
men, Augustus W. Peters; sheriff, Will
lain Hobuicr; recorder. Frederick Huiyth;
superior court judge, Cannes U. Truax.
P rattiest Girl ha Town .
has been using Parks' Tea and she
says: "My complexion is very ranch
improved. That muddy look is all
gone. I take a cup of Parks' Tea
three nicrhts a week ana 1 xeei lust
elegant." iSold by Harts & Ulle-
BJt YOU IN XXXD?
Want a cook
Want a partwc
Want a situation
Want to rent rooms
Want a servant pirl
Want to Mil a farm
Want to sell a bouse
Want to exchange anything
Want to sell honsenold roods
- Want to make any real esuue loan
Want to sell or trade for anythtne
Want to find customers for anything
rSC THB8I COLUMNS.
IBS DAILY ARGC8 DELIVER JD ATTOCB
. ooor ever eveninc for lOe per week.
?OR SALK OOOO MILCH COW BY CD.
McLauchlln, Milan, I1L
JOR SALK-TWO LA RGB CANNON STOYK3
in g od order. Apply to Abgus
II7ANTKD-B OARD BY YOUNG LADY. PRI
" Vate family Dtcferred. Adilri-aa -H" thi.
FOR SALS A HARD COAL STOVE, IN
flrst-clacs condition. AduIt at 1301 tier ind
FOR S ALS HOUSKHOLD FURNITURE. 1N
clndinc two bed room sets and a nariur
Inquire al XI Fourth avenue.
WANTED. GOOD COOK AND LAUNDRESS.
.... wBM,eJ" reqnirea- All,'y 10 . IhU
Mitchell, 7'4 Twentieth street.
MRS C.A WBNDKLL.CLMRVOTAST.PSY.
chonietrtst. bainfln snd tt merit nm RmM.
Inps daily from Sa. m. tn s p. m at 4507 Fifth
venue, Tuesday and Friday evenings, Jtock I eland.
SAHSME. EVERY COUNTY. SALARY
or commiion. No eXDerienre. Nw rr
bill rives unlimited nroflts. Active men annl
quickly, ttating salary and territory wanted.
Manufacturer. Box 5308, Button.
TWENTY-FIVE TO $30 PER WEEK USTOG
and wlllrc Old RellKli'e Plntt, r E,m rum.
llv has rutty, worn knives, forks, spoons, etc.
dress W P. Harrison at Co., Clerk No. 14, Coluin-
UHI, V11IU .
It But Maaq ta Lam at I Per Cent,
On Farm or City Property in any section of conn
try where pmpcrty has a fixed market value.
Money read for immedia-e lo-ne where securl-y
and title is good. No Cammirsion. We solicit
apnrcatlons. Bla ka furnWliod noon r c nam.
ALLEN & CO- 40 M 42 Broadway. New York
MRS. S. SMITH
The Chicago Milliner.
Has Opened a
In the new store, which, was
erected especially for her at '
1805 Second Avenue, one
door west of Woltman's Jew
Now Open. New Goods.
Bought and sold on commission.
Best equipped offices west of
Chicago. Private wires to Chi
cago and New York. Continu
ous quotations from Western
Union wires. Prompt service
mn e...l.M.11. CI Market
aU9 06VCa.bw6.lU. Ob. Square
Tlie Place to Buy Stores
is where you can get a full
assortment to select from.
I keep tie largest assort
ment of STOVES in the
west, and prices to suit all,
having now in stock three
hundred etoves cf the lead
ing grades for hard and soft
coal or wood:
1615-1617 Second Ave.
It Tickles . .
The taste with a tooth
some twang; makes folks
long for a palate as wide
as a town lot.
Fresh, Crisp and Dainty!
Are the expressions drop.
ed about our Candy
wants a 1-Ste; everybody
can have one. Glance
your eye in our window
and see the finest line of
Home Made Candies ever
made in Bock Island.
Party Supply House.
1716 and 1118 Seoond At.
MwOystcrs served in any style.
Mcinty re-Reck py Goods co.
Sole Atients for Butterick Patterns the best in the world.
Specials Don't Miss Them.
100 pieces MorleJ, all Silk. Ribbon. Xo. 1?, t 1 ,
I; No. 16, at 12c a yard; No. S2, at lie a tarj.
The End is in Sight
In a few weeks we hope to bid good-bye to carpen
ters, painters and plumbers, and to oien to onr
friends and the public generally a handsome new
store filled with a splendid stock of new goods. In
the meantime we are trying to make things generally
interesting, and this week will prove no exception.
A fur manufacturer's complete failure has thrown
in our way some of the most remarkable fur values
ever offered to any customer. Ve propose to give the
benefit to onr trade, and offer while they last:
I 60 B.ac Cnoey Week Scatf , wor h 1 (S at t9c
, 38 Black Coney Scs'tV, toe bead sad clawa, complete at 99c. Very
cheap al 1SS.
t Frecch Ceney Scarfs, paieiit head. etc.. at 1 Vn lly 12,
It Nataral (),oeaai S-arfo, elegant far, st 1 87. Worth $J.M or
FpW-n 'H raloc-a In French Seal st$l 8 and $.7S: St.rtei aurerlor
dve at fci.fet, etc. A I at one third lo ooa-hmir lea. ihta a.osl pr'.eea.
We guarantee lb quality.
The newest thine. In m Piping, Jets and ether trimmli,. st peel
t:vely the lowest of low prices.
Far Cape will rrceire attention later. We can only ear that )oa
wil! And n. roc bottom In price and A -one in qwllty and style. A
trachan Ce in a variety of .trie': Bleetiic and Kreoct Seal. Peraian
l.amb. Mcrted Aetrarhan, Wool boal, French Coney, U4 plain with
Marten collar, and edgea 11 the proper lenghs.
100 pieces fancy BibLoo in a
colors, 6c. only 5c.
SO pieces white Domet Flannel, 7c qualitv at 4c.
25 pieces Tennis Flannel, both dark and' lijrl.t.'ib
8c quality only 5c Handsome new drem t.tv!ti in
100 doeen Colored Border Towels, 17x3.'. in 4,
while they last, 10c, and they won't last l.n.
Some remarkable items among the new TI,V
ens. An investigation will pay yon.
250 pounds, fine quality. German Knitting Y.ra
the 25c kind per pound skein, 14c. May not lt
Onr ntwM Good, flock InvM s and rnrea romparlmfi. Is patva
nnt pirce go the aworuneot t aa Inixm onr and ta:4 . ;
on than satief. Aa lo yttx..jo know aa -alway. the ci.;
Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 171 1 Second avenue. Rock Island.
You will now find our store open
evenings till 8 o'clock. Saturdays till 10
SPECIAL SALE OF
CURLY BIRCH ROCKERS
And Fancy Comfortable Couches.
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT
Terms Of payment easy. 1809-1811 Second Avenue.
Watch the papers. Compare our prices always the lowest.
No matter what price others quote, we CAN and will DO
better. In fact, we give goods away rather than to have
our prices met.
Shoers, Clothiers Furnishers.