Newspaper Page Text
rflE ARGUS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 18D4.
War on prices
Young A McCombs.
Sweet eider at Hei Bros'
Balk oysters at Buncher's.
abbot, with Haesing & Hoe ft.
n,n. Bea T. Cable is in Chicago.
Young & McCombs always under-
See the new lamp at Young & Me
Combs'. Call and get prices at Weckel &
Michigan peaches by the basket at
Ben C. Keator went up to Chicago
Fatrick Tobin, of Joslin, was in the
11.50 pnrchaM or over, fine lamp,
Young ft McCombs.
Lettuce, cauliflower and choice
celery at Hess Bros'.
Granulated snptr, 22 pounds fortl
at Weckel A PsmI's.
Cauliflower, choice celery and head
lettuce at Buncher's.
Cider vinegar, 10 cents per gallon
at Weckel I'aosig's.
George D. Mooro, of Port Byron,
was in the city yesterday.
The 4.f 0 dress novelties can't be
beat Young A McCombs.
Boys' henry shoes, suitable for
school wear, $1, at Dolly Bros'.
James Norman, of Port Byron, was
a Rock Island visitor yesterday.
The MUsoss Ella and Jennie
Sprague are visiting in Chicago.
Money to loan on real estate secur
ity. Apply at Jackson & Hurst's.
Come in and buy the El Reno 6c
cigar at Bahnsen's new drug store.
Mrs. Robert Richardson and
daugter. May, have gone to Marion,
J. Krles loft this morning for a 2
wevks' visit with relatives in Peru,
La Salle and Mendota.
Ladies, it you want a nice dress
shoe, good tit, and latest style, give
us a call. Doily Bros.
The El Reno 6c cigar, mild and
mellow, guaranteed absolutely pure,
at Bahoscn's new drug store.
Saratoga chips and sliced ham at
woman s Kxchngc and Horal Hazaar.
Hurst block, Twentieth street.
Mrs. Gen. William Hoffman left
this morning for Fort Riley. Kan., to
visit Lieut, and Airs. J. r. Bell.
Miss Marv Patten and I-evi T. Rus
sell, of Watvrtown, were married by
judge Aaams yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. A. F. Richardson, of New
York Citv. is visiting her brother,
Hudson iialcr, and wife in the city.
St. Mary's fair begins tomorrow,
and will close Oct. 29. The first en
tertainmcot will be on Saturday, Oct.
The first regular lecture in the
school of applied mechanics occurs
at the Kimball house Friday night at
Our line of ladies' fine shoes cannot
be surpassed in the city. Call and ex
amine before purchasing elsewhere.
Miss May Notion, stenorrranher for
E. H. Gurer, is confined to her home
in Moline with a severe attack of ty
Rev. J. S. McCord married A. J
Freeburg, of Bowling, and Miss Ida
Barrett, ot Tort Byroo, at Davenport
The Cleveland minstrel accrrcga
tion, which appears at the Burtis at
Davenport tonight, paraded the
streets of Rock Island this morning
Bowers literary entertainment at
the G. A. H. hall this evening. Hear
Rev. F. W. Merrell on "Dreams and
Dreamers.4 See drill of Little Patri
ots. Good music.
Today they open up another line of
fine stand lamps, which knocks out
ail competitors as to quality and dec
oration, which go with a 11.60 pur
chase or e ver at Young & McCombs'.
II. M. Heller is tacking up conven
icnt to the telephones of the three
cities a neat and bandy directory of
tne tri-city exchange, alpnabettcally
and systematically designed and ar
A game of foot ball has been ar.
ranged between the Iowa State Uni
versity team, of Iowa Citv, and An
gustana college, of Bock Island. Sat
u relay at 8 o'clock p. m., in Twin
Services will be held this evening
at the Twenty-ninth street Mission
cnapei at 7:40. conducted by tne I
P. S. C. E. of the Fifteenth street
Christian chapel. The subject will
be: "How Christ Helps in Our Daily
James Shesgreen, business mana
ger tor Gustavo Frohman. was in the
city yesterday arranging for the ap
pearance of the Frohman production
of "Jane" next week. Mr. Shesgreen
assures ns we are to have the origi
nal No. 1 company.
William Jackson received word
this afternoon that a supersedeas had
been granted by the supreme court,
in the Stevens criminal assault case,
thus staying, at least, the process of
law in conveying him to the penitentiary.
i he ladies of Trinity Improvement
guild gave a supper last evening at
the spacious and inviting home of
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnston on
First avenue, which was in every
way a complete success. A large
number of people attended, and the
occasion proved a most enjoyable
Awarded Highest Honors
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Craps Cream ' Tartar Powdst. Frst
staen Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant,
, 49 YXUM Tttt STANDA&rX
The Famous, 222 Bradv street.
Davenport, hold their annual open
ing souvenir sale on Thursday. Fri-
ay ana Saturday, uct. 18, 19 and
20. Every customer making a pur
chase of $2 or over will be presented
with a beautiful souvenir from a
choice of five different useful and
aluable articles. Thev have the
best stock ot fine shoes in the trl-citics.
Mr. and Mrs. Jima RVpr earna
home last evening from an absence
01 six montns in fcneiana. Thev bad
gooft time, and they both return in
even better health and spirts than
snal. Inasmuch na Mr. Ralror ia
one of the very few men who are able
10 reau meir own ODituaries while in
the flesh, and then laugh over them
and write letters to the editor cor-
rectiog him and postponing the sad
event indefinitely, he and his wife
are both subjects of congratulations
of more than usual fervor. Daven
The vestrv of Christ EDisconal
church, Moline, has let the contract
to John Volk & Company, of Rock
Island, for the erection ot a new
church at the corner of Eighteenth
street and F.ichth mnnn. that, nitr
The plans embrace a frame building
ioxoi ieei. anu win oe nam so as to
admit of the buildinsr beinc veneered
at any future time. For the present
mere win be no vestry or tower,
which may be added at any future
time, but there will be a neat vesti
bule, 8x10, instead, and a neat hood
over the door where the vestry will
With .a startling and terrifying
crasn a brick wan in the side 01 the
building occupied by Schlegel's drug
store, Davenport, fell in yesterdav.
The building on the west had been
torn out, ana excavation made tor a
cellar for a new building to be put
up. me foundation wall under the
rear part of the Schlegel building ex.
tended but a loot below the surface
and when the earth had been cut
away the weight was too great with
out supports. 1 he crash was the
result, and falling inward, the wall
smashed things up in bad shape,
mixing up medicines promiscuously
Mr. Schlegel's loss will be close to
12 E. B. Atkinson to M. W. At
kinson, lot 5, block B. Moline Water
Power company's add. to Moline, f I
19 Ann Beck with to Terry W.
ueckwitn, lots zt and 27, block I
Carbon Cliff, f 50.
John A. Olsen and William Olsen to
Andrew Bladel, w27 feet lot 8. Mar
tha A. Hodman's add.. Rock Island.
Thomas Young by heirs to Harry
Teller, block 4. William Marshall's
add., Cordova. $300.
Daniel W. Gould to Henry C. Ful
ler, nej block 4, Marshall's add., Cor
J 6 C F. Hemenwav to Gustaf A
Berger, lot 10. C. F. Hemen way's
nrst add., Moline, 4o0.
W. U. Royston, to Joseph Rank.
part lot 1, block 1, Pitts, Gilbert &
I'itts' first add., Moline, f 1,400.
Lucy E. Allen to Simonson &
Scnaler, nel 28. 19. 2e. S450.
John Schwegler to George Leslie,
se nej 33, 19, ze, f 1.
Fair of Bt. Mary's Con arc gallon.
Extensive and elaborate pre para.
tions have been made in the last six
weeks by the different committees of
this congregation to make the fair a
success in every respect. All who
wish to enjoy a pleasant evening
should not tail to visit this fair.
Prof. Carl Adams, the teacher and
organist of the congregation, has
since his arrival, been busy in re.
nearsing several nne pieces and songs
with his choir, singing club and
scholars. A select entertainment
will be given every evening, the dif
ferent programs of which vary.
MoUh of IMaaolatlon.
Notice is hereby given that the
hrm 01 beidel & rluegel has this day
dissolved by mutual consent, John
t luegel retiring Irom said firm.
All outstanding accounts of said
late firm are payable to, and all
debts are payable by W illiam Seidel
who will continue the business of
said firm at 1109 Third avenue. Bock
Island, 111. John Flceoel.
Probably a to
tk. Ctreatt Coart.
The case of the ramie of Illinois
against the C. R. I. A P. railway.
compelling the company to ran its
trains to the ground originally laid
out for a depot on Twentieth
street, which was appealed from the
Rock Island county circuit court
to the federal court by the railroad
company on the ground that the pro- j
visions set forth by the interstate
commerce act and other United
States laws, which provide for the
quick dispatching of mails and
freights, would not tolerate such de
lay, which of necessity would be ex
perienced in such a" change, was
neara oeiore Judge Grosscnp at
Peoria on Tuesday and yesterday. -
Mill Prohably Remand It.
Messrs. Haas and fSest. who repre
sent the people, on Tuesday made a
motion to remand the case to the cir
cuit court on the ground that it is
entirely within the jurisdiction of
the state, no federal question being
involved. The case was argued
yesterday, Messrs. Curtis, Steph
ens and Horton appearing for the
railroad company. Judge Gross
cup, at the conclusion of the ar
guments, ordered the defendants and
plaintiffs to present to him their
nets in writing by next Monday.
until that time reserving his decision.
Messrs. Gest and Haas returned
home last evening, and when seen
by an Argus representative the
latter gentleman said that the only
aeiense the railroad company has
maae is on tne question 01 jurisdic
tion. 11 11 rails in tms. ana irom an
appearances it will, the company is
left without any ground to stand on,
and there is every reason to believe
that Judge Grosscup will remand the
case to the circuit court.
Don't soak your bead, but v
watch at J. W. Jones' old reliable
loan office of 10 years standing
get your watch repaired by A
Gloger. All work guaranteed.
Rudy's Pile Suppository is sruaran
teed to cure pilea and constipation
or money refunded. Fifty cents per
box. Send stamp for circular and
free sample to Martin Rudy, Lancas
ter. Pa. For aale by T. H Thomas
and Harts Bahnsen, druggists
ftOvi isiana, 111.
THE UNION DEPOT.
The Place to Buy Stores
is where yon can get a full
assortment to select from.
I keep the largest assort
ment of STOVES in the
west, and prices to suit all,
having now in stock three
hundred stoves of the lead
ing grades for hard and soft
coal or wood:
1615-1617 Second Ave.
John Honry pleaded with Anaella,
And all hit passion tried to tell her.
She said, 'John n., yonr worts yoa waste.
Your teeth b. tray a wist or taste.
Tour breath offends mc, ao 1 say.
Use SOZODONT or stay away."
AAlajjjYX. . . iff. ..........
r rmrrr' 1 lmtf liltnlrllll
TTfTT VTA V TO
to health via strength, if you're nerroua.
orite Prescription. Yon can depend noon
- Tk. nsVAM 1 11 i t . ' T
a so iim uioaUHB iv w lit uvip yOU QT COBB
you nothing. They guaranty it.
As sk. ssafn mrA mwrtAin nuvtawlv Vr
ailments, noUiing can compare with th
iinuiiirwuu. i a am avigaraanf:. Fa
atorative tonic, and a soothing, stnngthen
ing nervine, perfectly h&rmkss in any con
dition of the female system.
it s a marvelous remedy for nervous and
rnnnrnl lhiliv tit. Vitaia'a Ttatui. l?.i..sw.
Spells, Dizziness, Sleeplessness, and all the
IierVOtta diMrtrrtartl Him tn fnnrtirmml itoranoa.
ments. It has often, by restoring the wo-
asaiiiij Atwijuuns, curea rasm 01 Jiisniiiijy.
oat nomrr rettrnedl
Want a cook
Want a partner
Want a situation
Want to rent toons
Want a servant frtri"
Want to sail a farm
Want to sell a honss
Want to exohanre anything;
Want to sell honsebold roods
Want to make any real estate loans
1 Want to sell or trade for anything
Want to find customers for anything
T78BJ TBXSE COLTTeNS.
ihb daily abotjs deuvxbko at yocb
, aooi every eremnc lor 10s per week.
ANTTD A CO HPETINT GIRL AT 730
?OH SALB - TWO TJlRGt CATOOS STOVES
in g.iod order. Apply to A noes
?OR 8ALB ART GARI.AKD HAR1 COAL
Im. .. . CUltfl . 1
WASTE D. GOOD COOK AND LAUNDRESS.
Reference rronirwn. At dIv ia Hn Phil
eiiicncii, ii i wenuetn street.
WaNTKD-A POOM BT GENTLEMAN BE
" tween ronrteenth and Twenty-eigh'l
streets, wiih board, or eonveient to board. Kef'
steBces iurnianeu. t, uis omce.
WASTED THOROUGHLY EXPERIENCED
salesmen to sell eur hieh mule lubrieailns'
oils, greaws and faa.ous Giant boiler oompouim.
Liberal terms to a flrst-class man. Kiiultable
nnuiil Guaii7, vwvciauu, vdio.
OALEHalEW. EVERY COUNTY. BALAmY
n k.. . -c .--,ir
bill gives unlimited profits. Active men apply
guicftiy, luuiug eeiary ana temiory waniexu
m whm...m.k. nam, wwmfh.
UAKAQER WANTED TO APPOINT KALES
ill men to sell the Rapid Dish Washer. Washes
ana ones we uisnrs in too imitates without wet
ting the angero. ITS a week and all expenses.
May position : ao capital: no hard work: can
makeflbO a week. Address W. P. Harrison oV
vo Clerk HO. 14, Oolumbos, Ohio.
It Bin Mart ti Lou it i Per Cen
On Farm or City Pronertv In anv section of eonn
try where property has a fixed market valsw.
oney reaoy ror tmineuiate lons where teenn
and title is good. No Cwmmisaion. We solic
apollcatlona. Bla::ka furnished upon request.
ALLEN dc CO 40A4S Broadway, N.u York
UEtS. S. SMITE
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,
T4c II nty re-Reck Goods cq.
Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns the best in the world.
Getting: Along: .
With repairs and alterations of all kinds, and the no
lle of aaw and hammer will be, with as, a thins: of
the past. The crowds of eager shoppers who contin
ually throng onr aisles, prove the drawing power of
the best goods at the lowest prices. Time allows ns
to mention bat a few items. Come in every day.
Each department is filled with the biggest of bargains:
Are booming with us and the reason is not hard to
find. Today we place on sale 100 pieces Fancy Flan
nels, Jacqnards, Mixtures, all nice new goods, the
usual prices of which have been 32, 88, 42 and 48c, at
the one price, 25c
Capes and Jackets.
In Cloth and Fnr we are showing by far the hand
somest assortment at prices lower than the lowest.
Do not invest a dollar in Cloaks of any kind till yon
have paid oar department a visit. It means money
in your pockets to buy here.
We have placed on aale 250 Apron Patterns, extra
width, per pattern, 13c; 2 patterns for 25c.
Also 100 fancy Gingham Dress Patterns at 97c
Usual price $1.25.
1 ease new 80 per cent wool Gray Underwear.
everywhere at 1, go here, while thjr last, at ;.
more when these are gone v
Shirts, doable back, silk finished, pearl imU'mt
Drawers reinforced with tape, patent seat and fra J
superior garment and never before heard of at tb?
price. 1 case Men's Heavy White Shirts and Ur,.
ers. 38c quality, for this sale 25c
5 special drives in Ladies' and Children's I'udn.
wear at greatly reduced prices. It will pay jou C
come in and aee.
18 doien Gent's All Linen II. S. Handkerchief.
kind, only 15c 25 dozen Ladies1 KmbroiderH
Lace Edged Handkerchiefs, the 2.V: line for this sal.
15c. 25 dozen Ladies1 All Linen IL S. HaudUn Litf.
always 20c, now 10c.
30 dozen All Linen Hack Towels, 25c qualitr. Jit.
Bargain Galore, Money Savers, all over the rt'ir
Buying and selling for cash as we do, enaMcs u j,
sell the very best goods at the same, or less pricet
than others ask for inferior qualities.
It Tickles . .
The taste with a tooth
some twang; makes folks
long for a palate as wide
as a town lot.
Fine Flavored 1
Fresh, Crisp and Dainty!
Are the expressions drop
ped about our Candy
wants a bite; everybody
can have one. Glance
your eye in our window
and see the finest line of
Home Made Candies ever
made in Rock Island.
Party Supply House.
1716 amd 1718 Seoond At.
awafOvstcrs served in any style.
Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 1711 Second avenue. Rock Island.
You will now find
evenings till 8 o'clock,
our store open
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 pnees met
Shoers, Clothiers Furnishers.