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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1894.
.. ; , Insure with Huesinc & Hocft. .
Great snit fate at Goldsmith's.
Men's jeans pants at 47c M. 4 K.
Chinchilla overcoats, $2.98 at M.
M. & K. (or OTcrshocs and over
coats. Bargains in children's shoos at
: Doll ft.
Wg reductions on all suits at Gold,
Caps for everybody at So turners &
Great bargains in overcoats at
A fine lino or Kersey overcoats at
flO M. & K's.
Best underwear at lowest prices
' , L. D. Mudgc of Taylor Ridge, was
In the city today.
Remember the lunch at A. J.
Extraordinary heavy, solid umlcr
v wear, 2,"c at M. & K's.
B. C. Kcator returned this morning
from Sioux Falls. S. 1).
Take your boy to Sommers & La
Velle's for a nobby suit.
A splendid line of men's niters at
94.5Q and f.j at M. & K's.
Don't fail to read Jackson & Hurst's
ad. if vou have money to invest.
Mrs. Gen. W. C. Hoffman has re
turned from her visit to Ft. Riley.
See the men's suits M. & K. arc
selling at 93.HO, 9f,..j0, $s.K5 and 910.
Try a pair of onr wear resistor.
They are water-proof Dolly Bros'.
The largest and lest line of gloves
and mittens at Sommers & LaVelle's.
Now is the season for those oxide
waterproof sole, alto cork soles M.
Are you ready for that overcoat?
. i .- Too will find it at Sommers & La
Velle's. i - Miss Mary Lr flier has returned
from a month's visit to her sister at
If yon want to make money, buv
your orereoat and suit at (.old
smith's. The mayor and city council are in
specting the Twentieth street paving
Mrs. C. K. Adams and sitor. Mis
Nettie Covet-, lert this morning for
Asheville. S. C.
Mark-down prices in mistcs and
children's sh-.es at Dolly Bros'., 307
The organization of an athletic
clubisU'iug talked of auiuug some
of our young men.
Miss F.fiic Barge left on the after,
noon train for Geneseo on an extend,
ed visit to relatives.
Mr. and Mrt. A. K. Biliings have
gone to San Jose, Cal., to remain for
an indefinite period.
Saratoga chips ami sliced ham at
Woman Kxehagc and Floral Ba.aar.
Hurst block. Twentieth street.
Rev. II. H. Bell will give a special
talk to young men at the Y. M. C. A.
hall tomorrow afternoon at 3:"0.
S. S. Hallam and Ben Cable, of
Monmouth, were in the city Inst
night, the guests of Hon. Ben T.
Call ami see onr prices in chil
dren's shoes. If we cannot save you
money, we do not ask you to buv.
; Mrs. Thomas Casey left today for
Galesbtirg to spend Sunday with her
husband, who is temporarily sta
William F. Kue.hl. Trie Alters cor
respondent at Milan leaves tonight
for Valparaiso, lad., to attend school
for the winter.
Mrs. K. K. Zeigler and Miss McLay
have opened dressmaking parlors at
2I9 Seventh avenue, and will be
pleased to have their friends and
others call on them.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Y. W, C. T. U. will be held at
the home of Miss F.lla Taylor Mon
day evening at 7;3!). Kvery member
is requested to be present.
Hugh Nichol, who managed the
St. Joe team during the latter part
of the season, is in the city. Hugh
is seeking to get Kockford "a place in
the Western association next tteason.
Rock ford is a good ball town.
The ladies of the Central Presby
terian church have arranged to hold
riWfift pta. rrni.VT''?M(t.ump
wOTn JougLni aui ihi. pudding
sale "l 'he store of II. J). Folsom, on
ov. iS-tne'flaf 1efrfre'TTia nsgi v
ing. Sheriff-elect Hcmenway is said to
already have a mess on his hands in
the rivalry lx-tween Capt. Kan son
and W. A. Xorris as to which will lie
Hifhest Honors-World' Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE :
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
horn Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
deputy sheriff. Both are willing and
each will be offended if he don't
One of the finest and most attrac
tive fairs ever held in the three
cities is now in progress at the Armory,-
Davenport, under the auspices
of the Davenport Cathedral. It was
designed and arranged at considera
ble expense, and is in every sense an
exceedingly creditable affair,
Hon. William Johnsten and wife,
of Sacramento, CaL, are spending
the day in the city, the guests of
Mr. Johnson's brother, J. R. John
son, on their way to Springlield and
St. Louis, Mr. Johnston being a del.
egate to the grange convention at
the former place and, the waterway
convention at St. Louis.
The King's Daughters' entertain
ment, which comes off Tuesday, the
ISth, promises to be a very attract
ive affair. A musicalc will bo fol
lowed by a charming little play, en
titled, -Who is Who, or All in a
Fog." The jierformers are leading
society people. Come, everybody,
and see what our city can profluce.
Included in the cast of "The New
Boy," the new comedy which was
givea at the Burtis, a"t Davenport,
last ni?ht, is the character of "Dr.
Condy, D. D.," one of the most im
portant impersonations in the pro
duction, and which assumed and
most cleverly enacted bv O. E. Hal-
lam, brother of S. S. Hallam, of
Mr. and Mrs. Ben P. Garrett, who
were married in Larned, Kan., last
Sunday, have arrived in Davenport
ior iiiiurc residence and will begin
honsckeepiDjr at Thirteenth and Ar
lington avenue. Mr. Garrett will be
remembered as a former Davenport
boy, whose father was for a number
of years in the shoe business on Sec
ond street. He is now connected
with the eneinecrinir force under
Maj. Mackenzie Davenport Times.
aiannjer Kindt, of the Burtis. and
the audience were so pleased with
"I'arwest Kussia ' Wednesday eve
ning, that the company has been
Doomed ior a return en r axemen t at
an early dVe. "Darkest Russia" is
a thrilling play, and it is produced in
such capital fashion that its success
there was instantaneous. Few com
panies have been given such an ova
tion as this one, the entire cast beinc
called before the curtain by the in
sistent spectators after the climax
closing the second act. A big audi
ence may be looked for on the second
production of the play.
CnnntT Christian Knilt avnr.
The Rock Uland County Christian
F.ndeavor society, representing 13
societies in the county, ami 325 mem.
bers, held a convention at the First
Congregational chureh, Moiine, 3-c?-tcrday
afternoon and cvcuin-r.
George Stange, of Molinc. presiding.
The afternoon was devotfd to pa
pers, discussions, etc., while in the
evening addresses were made bv
Rev. H. W. Xewland, cf Port Byron,
on "Inter-denominational Work in
Churches," and Rev. T. W. Grafton,
of Kock Island, ;n "Christian Citi
zenship." W. F. Kanpke, of this
city, was elected president in the
place of Rev. J. II. Kerr, resigned.
How tlie Kuclinh Court Monrnnl.
A snpplcniftut to the London Gazette,
issued t'pt. 11, contained tlio following:
"Lord Chambcrlain'ii Office. Orders
for the court R"i:is into mourning this
day f.jr his late royal highness the
Comto de Paris, cousin to her majesty,
the queen namely, tho ladies to wear
black dresses, wiiito gloves, bhick or
v.iiito shoes, feathers and fans jiearls,
diamonds or plain gold or silver orna
ments. Tho peiitieinen to wear black
conrt dress, -with black swords and
buckles the conrt to change the luonrti
intj on Tuesday, the 1 ith iiist. The la
dies to wear black dresses with colored
ribbons, flowers feathers or ornaments
or firay or white dresses, with black
ribbons, flowers, feat hers and ornaments.
The Kcutlciucu to continue tho same
mouraing, and on Friday, tbo 21st, the
court to go out of mourning. "
T!io I'rinee and Ills Tailors.
I have seen tho IYinco of Wales sev
eral times, but I conld detect verv litrlo
difference between his attiro and that
of a well dressed .New Yorker except
that his garments did not fit as vveiL
His coats are wrinkled in tho back, and
they do not set as well as formerly.
Tho fact is that tho prince is getting
very stoat, more and more lie Henry
VIII every day, and English tailors
seem to have talent to fit only tall,
,Juuik, einewy gnrd:r.olh,-j SliortJ jut
prrsous canuot wcqr jcry loosjt jtufy
fitting cldthes.Vigtie. !'
,g r i i 1 VeU
t . truU by the IhM-ca. t&
Tho Rev. F. A. Miller, pastor of the
iUethodist church ut Farley, recently
drovo over to Cuscado to witness the
races there. Ho liecame so excited that
hia mind gavo way, and he was taken
to tho residence of Richard Baker,
vvhero ho is ut present. Ho has a fancy
Ior last bcr.'3 mid owns several Da
bucjuo (la.) Dispatch.
The Lrttrr Wax Loaded.
- A Huntington (Ind.) post office clerk
stamped a letter the other day which
contained an explosive. The thing went
off and nearly lulled him. Louisville
Dr. 11. r. Hall.
Practice limited to the eye, car,
nose and throat. Spectacles fitted
scientilically. Uflice over Krcll &
Snow today; fair tonight and Sun
day; considerably colder; brisk west
erly winds. Today's temperature,
81. F. J. Walz. Observer.
A Clam of Grows faople
who Am itmt htxrintiino Vratinl. ...til
Ihs ojicncd by Miss Vincent on Mon-
uv, nov. i, at 4 o ciocii.
LOOK OUT FOR THE YELLOW DRAGON.
Dancer Thought to Lark In the Feasibil
ity of China Learning Row to Fight.
China has about 400,000,000 of peo
ple. They know nothing of war. Edu
cate them in the art, and they will
reach out for the world. Speaking of
good authority on this subject, the
Spokane Chronicle says:
"John Brisben Walker, editor of Tho
Cosmopolitan, who for a time served in
the Chinese army, holds that tho pow
ers of the world should try to stop the
war between China and Japan. Ho
argues that if this war lasts long enough
to convince China that she must mod
ernize her military system it will not
be long before tho yellow dragon will
be the most forniidablo battle ensign on
the earth. All of which coincides with
tho remark of Napoleon that it would
be an evil day when the Chinese learn
ed the art of war. '
Hard coal, all sizes, per ton f7 50
Discount for cash, per ton 25
funnel coal per ton 6 00
Indiana block per ton 4 00
Kentucky lump per ton 4 25
Cartage added on less than ton or
ders. E. G Frazkis.
TO PRIWO UP
onr weicht in firm, sound.
or Pneumonia ("Lung Fe
ver " ), Bilious or other Fevers,
or any wasting disease ; to
thoroughly purify your blood,
rouso your liver to healthy
action, and brace np your
system when you feel "run
down " or " played-out " take
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Arririiitnn, JMwro Cn Ya.
Dr. I. V. rinKCK: Sr Allow
mo to oQr my thanks to you
tor my pood health since usina;
your "Golden Medical Discov
ery." I was but. the shadow of
a person, so thin and hajmrd. without one
moment" ease: had sufferou Cor years with my
stomach and liver, and this sprins; had a verv
srvpro attack of Iji IJripne. I then commenced
usintr the " IMscovory and my recovery is
wonderful. 1 am furry-live vcars old. and
feel as well and stronfr is I did whoa sixteen
years old ; my sleep w us sound as an ialant'a.
in 1 0 vt
EK TOU IN KEEDT
Want a cook
Want a partner
Want a tttaatinn
ant to rent room
Want a iwrvant plrl
Want to veil a farm
Want K sell a honte
Want to exchange anytblnjr
Want lo (toll bnnsebold conda
Want to make any real estate loans
Wantt-i a-il or trade for anything
W ant to find cuIourr for anything
CSB THESB CTOLUMNS.
The daily akgus dgliversd atyodr
door mrr ereumc tor 10c t-er week.
FOt BENT OFFICE liiMVM. STEAM UEAT.
in he new Carre block. Apply to U. Catc.
WAX T F. R - A OCX 0 COO K A N T) L A V S T B F.SS.
Rvference nquireii. Mr?. Thil Mitchell,
7lt Twcnlk-th street.
WASTEH. AN EXPERIENCED YdlNG
lady buokkcener ard stenographer. Ad
dref. C. C, cart of Aauu
HOt'SB FOR RENT or SEVEN IKMIM4.
with barn. Kent. tin. a In one of fire
rooms, rent. $10, at 1110 1 hird avenue.
WANTED AT ONCE. EKiTf T EXPERl
enctd canvisser. "erv hishept r'inmis.
sinn paid. Cn'1 ard ontfii" at 141i i th ave
nue. J. B Ilicks, Moliuc, 111.
F'OR RENT DESIRING To MOVE To
havenoort, will rent coniforuhle home No.
"IIS Seventeen: h street, to a pird tenant, cas.
waiwr, s d cellar, exrellent location, t'a 1 or ad
dress V. W. Schlcgul.
TO MAKE BIO MONEY rEl.LINU OL'H EI.F.r
tric 'I s'ephone. Best seller on tarth Sent
ail ennipletc ready to ;t np; lines of any dis
tance. A i ruptlcd e'ectrir telephone. ur
nts makine to fill a day easy. Everybody
hii: hip money wlihont work. Prices low.
Ai y one can make fTS ler mnnih. Address W.
F. llarrivou C, C'lera No. 11. t'oluniuus, ouio.
117 ANTED A CAPABLE. ENEItGET.C, RE
1 liable yomiK man. with from $rol to 81, 000
cufh, caplul, tciopen a braneh of onr buio sa in
Kock 1-Jtiiid. Ucbt of rtferences required. If
ynu hac the money and want a lepirnnate, plcap
aut oltiee hiiHiiiesH. send ns otir references and
s"te wont hMsine.s cxrTieTtc ' von have bad.
Address. G. W. Bot and, 2ia Wabath avenue, Chicago.
We hit Money to Loan at i Per Cent,
On Farm or Oit7 Property In any section of conn
try vherc property has a fixed market value.
Money read for inim.-tita e lo ns where ecnrt y
and t.Oc is f;uo l. No Commission. We solicit
apohratlnns. Blauks furnished tilion requesv.
ALLEN & CO 4J a, 42 Broadway, New York
Insurance and Loans.
Buy, sell and manage
property on commis
sion. Collect rents.
Koom 4, Mitchell & Lynde b'ng.
And Get the
1805 Second avenue.
Tbe Place to Euy Stoves
is where you 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.
Mc!ntyre-Reck Dry Goods
Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns the best in the world.
A sale of magnitude and interest which for extra
ordinary values and lowness of prices will long be re
membered in Bock Island county and vicinity.
While they last we offer dress patterns, 8 yards to
pattern, worth from f 1 to f 6, at per pattern, $1.99.
We also offer 30 pieces of silk and wool fancy mix.
tures, 35 inches wide, at 8 yards for 49c, a whole
dress for only 49c. Such offerings need no comment,
it's next to eiving goods away.
For this week only, to further increase the great
activity which the dress goods department has shown
this season, we give with every dress pattern of X
yards or over at 50c or more, the following linings for
All Tor lie
2 yards extra Silesia, 6 yards best kind Cambric, 1
yard best Canvas, 1 card Humph II. A K., 1 spoof
silk, 2 spools twist.
Xo time like the present. Remember that you
have our superb dress goods stock with its lowest of
low prices to select from.
We are adding new values every day in our cloak
department, and are keeping the prices DOWX!
The season is right with us when a tin,
not a luxury but a necessity. This . at '"
to have a tremendous rustic in our la.li. .-..' '.Tl'
department if practically giving awar ".urj' '';
do the work. There are about S i r,M,r '' T. ' V
rublicr garments, not the latest nvle. bin
wear. They have leen f 2.50, ?3 and :( ;l i
take Vm awav at 99e.
Then there are probably 20 niorc w( -,
$1.75; tou can have them at. each $!.:, ' l?
A ni lasiiy. zo extra nu-o niackinto0
styles in me 101. we nave heen cottino- -
of them, but the knife falls aud the pri. (.
i nerc is money ior some one in tlii.
justness li it isn i ior us. lue carlv Li
189 roller towels, 3 yards of cra-h to
200 roller towels, 3 Vards all lin. u , r t-' V
towel, 2?c. " " u"-
These towels are elejrantlv
male ros.tr 1 . i
They are made in Kork Island -xpr.-.;v "j ,r ... :-
ri tn, rprt lwt nf hnmA v.l- it
man me actual cost or the crah. niakiti
DIUVES EVKEV DAY THIS WllKK.
' in a- ',
Then visit KRELL &
MATH'S. If you are
already married, come
anyway. They help to
make home happy by
supporting the wants of
the inner man.
How to be Happy,
Fix up a nice home, select
the girl of jour choice,
always be pleasant and
courteous, and purchase
your Cakes, Ice Creams
and Candies from Krell
& Math. This receipt is
guaranteed in every in
stance or money refunded.
KOEU & MATH'S
1716 and 1718 Second A.w.
Come in and get a dish of
Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 1711 Second avenue, Rock Islarl
Putting tie Knife
Mo Parlor Mm
Plays havoc with it. We are doing it,
though, and the people will play havoc
with our stock, because it's the prices, not
the furniture, that have suffered amputation.
There's always a right time to do the right
thing. It's the right time now to furnish
your house, and our store is the right place
to do it. You'll know we are right when
you see our goods and prices.
Furniture, Carpets, Stoves,
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT
Terms of payment easy.. 1809-18I1 Second Avenue.
re tlae People,
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.