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6 fHE ARGUS, TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 20. 1894.
Skates at Eckhart's.
Tay your water rent.
Men's shoo sale at M. ec K's.
insure with Hneslng & Hoeft.
W. L. Sweeney is in Springfield.
The marvel rubber at M. & K's.
Where, oh where is the sprinkler?
At Marshall & Fisher's cape
for tl. 1
Try the new firm Blnkcslev & Mc
tfonald. Four-dollar oork-sole shoes 2.75 at
M. & K's.
Dressed tnrkevs 10c per pound at
Cork-sole shoes at reduced prices
at M. & K's.
It is a fframl cape for 1
shall & r'iher'.
A choice line of
fruit at lUinclirr's.
Malaga grapes and
apples at Isuneher s.
Every ladv look in Marshall
Fisher's window tonight.
Try the new firm Kiakeslcv & Me
Donald. 2301 Fifth avenue. "
Seven-dollar hand-sewed, cork-sole
men's shoes $5 at M. & K's.
Hand -sewed boots, former
9. reduced to $5, at M. & K's.
A line line of fancy crockcrv at J.
B. Ecklinrt. 321 Twentieth street.
Don't fail to read Jackson & Hurst s
ad. if you have money to invest.
Dressed turkeys and chickens at
Buncber's Spencer sjunre grocerv.
Try the new firm I'.lnkesley & Ms
Donald. 2.101 Fifth avenue. Tele
Hurilmml, brother and undo, call
for a ticket at Marshall & Fisher's
for the capo.
Charles Huford returned to Chica
go this morning, after a short visit
Mrs. Henry Kinner and daughter.
Miss l.nry. returned from their Chi
cago visit last evening.
Pork, tenderloin, sausage meat,
spare ribs, leaf lard, pigs' "feet, etc.,
at (iilmore's pork Iiti3c.
Try the new utore, .".21 Twentieth
street, fur notions, tinware, crock
ery, toys, etc. J. 11. Kckhart.
No. 20. the St. Paul & Minneapolis
express, due here at CA.'t, going cast,
was 60 minti'ei late this morning.
Henry Wyne. conductor on the
Third Aventle line, returned from a
B-weeks' visit in Nebraska this morn
ing. Down goes the prices on ponltrv.
lreed chickens. Se per pound;
turkevs, lov ; r pound, at II. Schro
der's. A switch engine jumping the track
near Libcrtyviilr, Iowa. last night,
delayed the Kansas City express, due
hero at II p. m., four hours.
Kcv. E. Kdman. M. I)., the mission
ary, who has been staying with Rev.
T. Telleen during the past week,
left this morning for Princeton.
Try the new firm IMakeslev & Mc
Donald. 2Mi'l Fifth avenue. "Every
thing good in the way of groceries
and delicacies. Right prices, too.
Call at Buneher's Spencer square
grocery and get prices on canned
goods. He has a large displav, con
sisting of the choicest California
Reserve your season tickets tonight
for the Lecture association course at
Y. M. C. A. hall at 7:3 ). Every tick
et should )v sent to hecure best seats
Misses Mary Appelqtiist and Ante
lia Hansgcn left this morning for
Chieair to attend the wedding' of
John Beccher, a cousin of Mrs. Fred
J. F. Vnnllorn, representing Ucnl
lodjre. No. r,m. and Peter Sclilemmer,
of Rock Island lodge. No. IK, I. (). O.
F'.. are attending the meeting of the
grand lodge at Springfield.
A number of Trio anil Rock Island
lodges A. F. & A. M.. went to Dav
enjtort ln.'t evening and attended
an initiation by Davenport bulge. ,'!7,
and were handsomely entertained. .
Louis Ker.neily. n son of Aid. Ken
nedy; Fred C. Peterson, of Andover.
and Misses Peterson and Swauson,
of Moline, were enrolled at the An
gustana Business college yesterday.
If anything, a more serious phase
has developed in Mrs. T. K. Harper's
condition today, aud Dr. Carter pro
nounces her a very sick woman, as
he has regarded her for some days,
and is indeed very anxious about her.
Charles Hansgcn got the index
finger of his left hand caught in a
corn shelter at Hansgcn As Brueh-
man's flour anil feed store on Third
Highest Honors World' Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A f tire Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
JO YEARS THE STANDARD.
avenue yesterday afternoon, man
gling the nail portion of the member.
Dr. Craig dressed the finger.
Special assessments on Seventeenth
street. Eighteenth street. Seventh
to Eight avenue; Nineteenth street.
Fifth avenue; Sixteenth street. Third
to Fourth avenues, can be paid in
foil np to Nov. 26, '94. The yearly
installments are duo on the other
Special revival services have been
in progress in the First Baptist
church in this city for the past week,
Rev. K. P. Brand, of Cambridge,
preaching. Rev. Brand is an earn
est, eloquent and persuasive preach
er, and delights in the simple gospel
of the love of God.
"Mr. Barnes of New York," the
metropolitan drama which has met
with such wonderful success
throughout the country, is the at.
traction at the new Grand opera
house Thursday evening, aud is cer
tain of a great house Seats are now
on tale at Lloyd & Stewart's. The
company comes with the original
cast, including the famous rmile
Rigl. Mr. Riley personally guaran
tees this compa'ny.
Farmers are warned to keep their
eyes open for wheat swindlers.
They are working in the northern
part of the state, and are liable to
drop among yon at any time. Thev
are canvassing with a fine grade o'f
wheal, which they allege will yield
an average of 50 bushels to the acre.
The grains are larger and there arc
more of them on the stalk. You will
be required to sign a contract to let
the agent have half the crop, and if
he doesn't get your farm vou will be
in big luck.
A PAINFUL EXPERIENCE.
XV. M. Mclntyre ltaillv Tin rneft ind
Hruliwd by 11 siyr I:xi1ok1ou.
Mrs. V. B. Mclntyre had an ex
ceedingly exciting and painful exper
ience Sunday evening with a gas
stove. Unknown to the lady, her 2-ycar-old
si-n, Edwin, who is of an in
quisitive and venturesome disposi
tion, had been exploring the stove,
and among other things, had turned
the valves, by which the gas is com
municated to the oven, so that when
Mrs. Mclntyre attempted to light it,
there was an explosion that shook
the house and threw her fully 10 feet
from the stove.
Mr. Mclntyre, who was in another
part of the house, was alarmed bv
the noise and rushed to the room to
tiud his wife prostrate and dazed
from the shock. She was found to
be badly bruised about the face, el
b ws and limbs, but happily, indeed,
none of the injuries are of a serious
nature, but the incident will serve as
a warning to the family to go cau
tiously when the younger Mclntrre
is out 011 a tour "investigation.
CHARGED WJTH FORGERY.
K Iwartl TV. Henry Arrested Thin Morning
for it Mnrioua on.nse. ,
Edward W. Henry was arrested
this morning by Chief Sexton for
forgery. Yesterday he succeeded in
disposing of three checks for $10
each, endorsed by his father, George
W. Henry, whose name he forged.
George E. Bailey & Co. cashed two
of them, and George Bennett the
other. This is not young Henry's
first attempt at forgery. Different
times he has used his parent's good
name to obtain money, with which
to purchase liquor, the influence and
desire for which drove him to the
commission of these and other crim
inal acts. The amounts secured
heretofore by Edward on forged
checks were always made good bv
his father, who hoped by so doing to
keep bis son from disgrace, and
thinking that it might serve as a
warning to any future attempt. But
it was of no avail. His acts were be
coming so numerous that they final
ly culminated in his arrest.
Three bums were arrested on
Twentieth street last evening for
Magistrate Snhroeder fined Charles
Miller i3 and costs yesterday after
noon for punishing his wife.
McNcvin & Ganscrt reported the
loss of a bay horse at police head
quarters yes'tcrday. The animal has
not yet been found.
Chief of Police A. E. Bargren, of
Roekford. was in the city today, lie
tok Emma Peterson, wanted there
for larceny, back with him.
It required the presence of the po
lice authorities to convince Julius
Utke, of 1125 F'ourth avenue, of the
desirability of complying with the
city ordinances regulating the side
walk construction. Utke attempted
to prevent Supt. Ward's forces from
tearing up a plank walk in front of
A tteneral Mmanh-np.
team belonging to a farmer
named Lukcns became unmanageable
on Moline avenue near the line short
ly liefore noon today, dashing into a
number of other wagons and causing
a general commotion. A load of hay
was overturned, a wheel taken from
a delivery wagon and a truck wagon
smashed. No one was injured fortu
nately, however. The farmer was
unloading corn near the Tri-City
Milling company, when his coat blew
off and frightened the horses. They
dashed over the railroad track, com
pletely demolishing the wagon before
they were canght.
The Empire Coal company has
opened a coal yard for the sale of the
celebrated Gilchrist, Mercer county,
coai. Office in the Diamond Jo ware
house, corner of Seventeenth street
and the levco. Telephone 1105.
Gccrgo Lamont, agent.
A Child Enjoy.
the pleasant flavor, gentle action and
soothing effects of Syrup of Figs,
when in need of a laxative, and if the
father or mother be costive or bil
ious, the most gratifying results fol
low its use; so that it is the best
family remedy known, and every
family should "have a bottle on hand.
Prospective local bidders on the
new contract for mail messenger,
transfer and mail station service at
the Rock Island postoflice, are re
minded that bids must reach the de
partment at Washington not later
than 4 p. m., Dec. 4.
J. W. Pottek, P. M.
The Argus, only 10c a week.
FROM GIRLHOOD TO WOMANHOOD.
The change is fraught with dangers. If
there be pain, headache and nervous disturb
ances, or the general battlth poor, the judic
ious use of medicine should be employed.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is the best
tonic aud nervine at this time. It brings
awub a retjuiunty in
tbe womanly functions,
cores female weakness,
and uterine derange
ments. Seavicw, Northampton I
Cnun1t, Va. S
Dr. It. V.Pierce: Ttear
Sir After taking your
TTirtriiftn't T f . lllrc
'S new pt-TROQ. 1 shall reo
kf ommond von nnd vour
kJJ- meclizine wln'rover I po.
h! wfmdcre for me and I
can not praise it too much. All of icy old
symptoms have disappeared.
Mrs. WILLitTTA DOUGHTT.
OH MONEY HEFlHOEa
Ths :atly Angus niruvKRBD at Torn
Mor wrenr ereDitu for 10c per week.
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL HOI.IDW
boika. 'Ufnlodro mnklne5 nd 11 a day.
Cull 01 or !. res- (i:Smh aronue.
WASTED A GOOD MAN T.1 CANVAS
Movx renal in Rock I-lnnd. Tall at 501
"ni Fourth street, Davvnporu Tri tity Stove
WANTKD-TO K'j'ST, BY nESIRAI.1t TEN
ant. ahotite f ix or eih ronms. Itetwncn
Sevi.ntern'h lintl Tli'r'v tiret streets; Co children
It quire of ihis office.
W 'ANTED POSITION INDOItis BY EX
perienced ehippiiu; clerk, with rrfi reri'-if :
can t vrt Mna-I anmm.t. AMlre "K. . F.."
'3 Wcet Stcond street, Dnvctiport, lmva.
Vt7 ANTED A CAPABLE. ENF.KOET C, KF-
liable y.iniii; man. with from S'U'. to y),M0
cnh, capital, loo;wn a branch of our btiims in
hock l-laii!. lit t of rrfcrenccn require. If
yon haye the money and want a letrttinnte, pleap
atit office hii!im-? ccnil in yonr references and
't-te wilt h't!itie.i expertenc vou have had.
Address, G. W. fcor.aud, 413 Wabah avenue, Chi
capo. TWELVE DOLLAR'? A DAY TO AGENTS
etlin the Kuval whice metal pl:er or tnk
ine o-rterp for pm-.li'ir. Trade H'-cre'n forrmi!ue,
receip s etc , ri:rnihvd free A g od a;'ont ran
make two to SS 000 per yfar 1th the Uoyal
t'ater. For u rms tc , address Gray & Co.,
PlatinR Works, Lo.UH.lm-, Ohio.
We Hise Moat; to Loin at I Per Cent,
On Fnrtn or Cttv property in nny pprttnn of conn
try whore yru?rty hiw a flxid marfcft vulne.
Money ready fur ! turnout urn lo-fiw where neccrl'y
ami title I p o'l, No i'ommfMon. We solicit
tpl,r:iTinns. Hln.kn fumi-hud npun rt'qne nt.
ALLEN & (JO 40 Urofctway. New York
Insurance and Loans.
Buy, sell and manage
property on commis
sion. Collect rents.
Room 4, Mitchell & Lynde b'pg.
And Get the
1805 Second avenue.
It will Clean Silks and Woolen Goods,
Ribbons. Curtains and Carpets. It has
no equal for Cleaning House, Killing.
Moths and Removing Grease Spots.
Yob Keed It. Sires Uonej end Labor.
FOR 8ALB EVERYWHERE.
PRICE 15 CENTS A CAKE OR TV0 CAKES
FOR 25 CENTS.
AriC.te-JS Hand It, Des Moines. Iow.
A $2 2K SI
Etctj PAIB WABBA5TED bj
TOLLEY BROS. & CO.,
Onr "KOH-I-TIOOR-ta the
best Kpectade made. For
lurthar particulars apply a
T. H THOMAS, Druggist and Op
tician. Eyes tested free of charge.
READ P-Ji jcl pn WW
WHAT liu ITU CO
The Place to Euy Stoves
is where you can pet a full
assortment to select from.
I keep the largest assort
ment of STOVKS 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.
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 your 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.
1716 and 1718 Second At.
Come in and get a dish of
It's Like Finding Money.
Should you pass alcn2 the street and find a $5 gold piece, most people would naturally consider
themselves fortunate at being $5 ahead, but some other fellow would be the sufferer. If you leav:
home with the intentions of buying a $15 suit or overcoat, call on us and we will guarantee to supply
you with an outfit as good in every particular at
As Any Other Dealer will Offer You at 5
"It's like finding money, the only difference being that by dealing xvith us you find $5 which you rc
legally entitled to, while the only suffer would possibly be some competitor. $5 saved is found
; and that is just what you find in buying one of our celebrated $IO, $13.50, $,5 or $.S suits or ovrr
- I coats. They are positively as trood evervhir. a trm ...m 1. -
'-.,.. um iwtcwpay 3 more for elsewhere.
r Any of the suits or overcoats we are selling from $,0 upwards are splendid, all wool fabrics while tl
suits we have placed on sale at $6.50 and $S 85 are without doubt equal to those you would have to
pay $4 more for elsewhere. We don't carry the shoddy satinet kind-the best only. It's 1-ke fimln '
, money to trade with us-all we ask is an opportunity of proving our claims
Mclntyre-Rech Dy Goods cn
Things will be required of ns when we state positive
ly that we have this week the greatest value eiving
CORSET SALE at the most absurdly low prices which
Rock Island and vicinity have ever witnessed. We
are prepared to discount all demands, and give our
customers far more than value received. It will pay
you to buy corsets in quantities at this sale even if
von have to lav them aside for future use.
V !ozen. 00. well n 1 mt :n strip cnrt wlih lle rv vd re
inforced bn.t. a ffreat 49c Je tiler, we cat Uie ,rice right in to, and for
this week it 1 -'5c.
i tn!ii. 0. leran Mtlne tris cx-iit. In morta color. tr rg
y and well made. w aril them at T.iC, but for thlf rate tbry go at Me.
OnrDuchw fat black arret, a eorkir blr ralne at Te, will lat
but a few liy at t'.tc Ktmcinher they are faft black.
The Pla-k Tlnoiid $1 corwt ma f nice qaall'T black ftt'.nc,
f ilk finh, it i-enio a ttaame ti a.11 men at S!c but tl at' our priee.
Onr n erb vtnek con'aina RcMlllng'n pecrle American t-ai. th
R'Tal Wi renter. Bll. Kibo'a, limmrx Jnaepl.tne. Ail-o. araioraido,
Wanier lli-aiib a: 1 t'ora inc, aid wyuj oiner a. knoaa make.
Inenret wot-tf weiff r20 d r.cn faraont BIJ child' Ste wa!rs
M iMW ' B 8 waiuli worth Sc, ara onlr Me .
Yonrg ladic' BB w(il-M worth SI, wi I be TSc.
Ladlei' BB woisf, worth $1 1 will be 97c Be'tf r try th B B.
Putting the- Knife
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, Carpots, Stoves,
G O. HUOKSTAEDT
Terms Of payment easy. 1309-18ll Second Avenue.
for Butterick Patterns the
Will be active
nmn Is read.
bargain in 20.
ing ana coming-tor kina, tue klnj vou
on Everything Every Time.
best in the world.
when Mclntyne-Rrck .
Space permits the m nti,.ii . i
n bale cottcn ba'., food, big value, at ).,
roll. -. " " " J' w
Fr qt:alti down sofa P"loa. worth 4tc. a l,,t ,4 .,
week at the barrala rirecif se-. m v,
MerTlri'Sai'. iratiWi. kt It with the fl,... , ,
mirll worth, and rnually Ki d at 'Sc. burs 11 i.rit,. M
COlw. '' 1 '
lOdor-T Infanta Una ca1tnere ca In ci.tv I,. ,..
wH'e, w. II lined and Isee ead. uln h ch ai li i,,,. . '
but f r this mrrU our bsnrsin price ta !! . " " " ti '
Bitter tsIims with h ndwmie ornKm. v, .
price, tr.e. ' ' " U-aj
ludorea tvns el4tdVw rrmnd eas at j,, ( ,t
A ana. tt'jr of sua vlveis In naTjr. Iiroan. tct-,, ,, "'
olive, your choice, while the Jat, per rant, ttc Hi. i , -. k ':'
more ' "-
Fine black silk Brmnre. worth 1hv. sale nr!re f
H.n4 me black silk Hhadaaa.. jod vain, .f,T, 1 .
Reaati'til Libertr satins nav. nijrtlr ai4 Lr ii ", '
Won't lart "oni: at this price. ' - . 7,
Prlvee In ll.e rin.k Oep ntnent worh l-ak't c If
remejr rapes, sstln lined, fa ij sweep, Uw-jr are b u, i- ." '
price 10 onltl- ';,...
Beterae the famoas S10 line of ladies J-r-kf. Ti. r
(lSvalaea Tbe sale Is ireinerdons and c-mi!itii,a'e 1 ",''
Read this advertisement carefuv. . ri v ,T t',
it. It is full of meaty, juicv bargain., tin- ', I t;
a .- . l!.t.
Reck Dry Goods Co.
and 1711 Second avenue. Rock Island.
Into Parlor Mm