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TflE ARGUS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2tf, 1894.
Emlg. the tailor.
Adam' for bargains.
Taj your water rent
insure with Huesing & IloefU
Five dollar for fl at Adams' sale.
Four dollar tale of shoes Adams.
New nuts mixed and assorted at
Italleflowcr apples at Wcekel &
Michigan apples by the barrel at
The place to buy flour Is at Weckcl
Dressed tnrkeys, geese aod chick
en at ling's.
Shirt waists, 10 cents, Saturday
Buy yonr buttcrine at Buncher
New line of ulsters just received
at the London.
Maple svrup fiJic per gallon at
Weckel & Passig's.
Child's suits, worth 1.5, for (1.
Have your dime ready for your
Dressed turkeys, ducks and chick
en at Schaum's.
All the latest in imported goods at
Emig's, the tailor.
Nice eating apples, orangos and
bananas at Long's.
Field's minstrels at Harper's thea
tre tomorrow night.
Malaga grapes, eating apples and
bananas at lluuchcr's.
"Climbing monkey" for 1 cent.
Ask your dealer for it.
Choice celery, bulk and can oysters
at II. Trcmann & Sons'.
F.mig's is the place to go for a
gooil tit and latest style.
Boys' and men's caps, 15 cents,
Saturday at the London.
Finest ladies' shoes in the latest
styles only $4 at Adams'.
Lettuce, radishes, parsley and
choice celery at Buncher's.
The finest line of teas in the city at
25c per pound at Schaum's.
Dressed turkeys' ducks and chick
ens at II. Tremann & Sons'.
Just received a large line of fancy
parlor lamps at F.ckliart's.
Call and examine the stock of holi
d ay novelties at Kckhart's.
Boys and girls, ask dealers for
'climbing monkey," 1 cent.
Cakes, pies, puddings, etc., on sale
at the Y. M. C. A. tomorrow.
Take a ticket on the beaver cape at
Marshall & Fisher's only f 1.
Oyster plant, celery, spinach, let
tuce ana raMisue at .Vhium it.
A fine line of fancy crockery at
fccknarts ai'i iweniietu street.
That beaver cape at Marshall &
Fisher's someone will get for f 1.
Catawhi grapes, Florida oranges
ana choice banana at Schnum s.
Don't full to read Jackson & Hurst
ad. it you have monoy to invest.
Call and get prices on New York
apples by toe barrel at schaum s,
Kead Mclntvre-Reck Co's. linen
anii'innccment in another column.
Tie. cakes, etc.. at the Y. M. C. A
tomorrow from in a. m. to 4 p. m.
Dressed turkeys and chickens at
Buncher s pence Square grocery.
Ten dollars spent at the London is
just the same as fid spent elsewhere
If you want a first class overcoat
or suit, at living prices, go to Emig,
One dollar wrll spent on a ticket on
the beaver cape at Marshall & r tab
For (7 50 you can buy a good ex
tra long chinchilla ulster at the Lon.
Say. Will, where did you get that
stylish overcoat made? At fcmig's.
J. T. Dixon, who is bcinj treated
at St. Anthony's hospital, is not so
Don't fnrjrct the sale of pie. cake
bread, pudding, etc., at the Y. M. C.
Fresh hsh at all times at the Kock
Island Produce company's, 1103
Do not wait they are going fast
tickets on the heaver cape at Alar
hall ruber s.
Beautiful Christmas present for
your wife that beaver cape at Mar
shall A fishers for VI.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris KoscnCeld
leave the first of the month for Flori
da to spend the winter.
Tomorrow (Saturdav) child's cape
overcoats and ulsters that sold for
fn.0and ? I, enly two and three of
Highest Honor World' Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE,
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
kind left, for $2.50. We will close
them all out Saturday. The London.
Pork, tenderloin, sausage meat.
pare ribs, leaf lard, pigs' feet, etc.,
at Uilmore's pork house.
Fresh chickens 8c a pound and tur
keys 10c a pound at Schroedcr's
Twentieth street market.
Ducks and geese, live and dressed.
at the Rock Island Produce com
pany's, 1103 Third avenue.
Ten dollars will do wonders at the
London f 10 at the London means
just the same as f 15 elsewhere.
Ladies should call at Marshall &
Fibber's and examine the beaver cape
to be raffled. Tickets only II.
Go to Schroeder's Twentieth street
market for voiir fresh poultry. Tur
keys 10c and chickens 8c per pound.
Dressed chickens, 8 cents a ponnd;
tnrkeys, 10 cents, at Rock Island
Produce company's, 1103 Thiad ave
Mrs. M. Woline left this morning
for Little Rock, Ark., on a few weeks'
visit to her daughter, Mrs. John En-
Mrs. A. R. Hough returned to her
home at Blue Island this niorninff.
after a week's stay with her mother,
Mrs. M. T. Stafford.
J. J. Anderson, a well known din
ner car conductor on the C , R. I. &
P., suicided at Des Moines yesterday
by snooting himself.
R. L. Thompson, a bicycle dealer of
Muscatine, was in the city today en
deavoring to locate the thief wbo
stole a wheel from his store Monday.
For $ 5.99 you can buy a first-class
Shetland ulster that other houses
consider cheap at $S.50. For good
values for little money, no place like
Tomorrow the carriers for The
Ai:;r will make their weekly rounds
for the collection of subscriptions.
and patrons of the paper are request,
ed to have their dimes ready.
C. C. Truesdalc is contemplating
leasing the Hull building on Second
nvenue between Nineteenth and
Twentieth streets, and establishing
there a wholesale and retail grain
and feeding and boarding stable.
Great reductions in men's suits.
Suits, two and three of a kind, will
close the lots out at $10. Suits in
this lot worth $15 to f IS. We expect
10 close the entire lot out Saturday.
When the London makes a special
Iiricc it means something to vou.
ri. 1 1 0
Mrs. Hunt, of Boston, gives a free
lecture at the First Congregational
church, Moline, Sunday evening un
der the auspices of the W. C. T. U.
She comes highly recommended as a
logical and eloquent speaker. A
general invitation is extended to all.
teachers in particular.
I-otiis Mabnn, an insane patient at
Mercy hospital, Davenport, jumped
from a second-story window at an
early hour this morning and wan
dered around the streets in a state of
partial nudity. When found he had
lowered an electric street lamp with
which he was trying to wam him
The funeral of Nathaniel Clyde
the 1 year and 11-months old son of
Mr. and Mrs. K. Cobb, who died
Wednesday afternoon of congestion
of the brain, occurred from the be
reaved home. 2925 Thirteenth ave
nue, at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon.
with interment at the Dixon burying
ground, near Kock river.
Chancellor McDowell, of the Uni
vcrsity of Ienver, Col., formerly of
De Pauw university, Greencastle,
Intl., is to be in Rock Island next
Monday evening to deliver his great
lecture, "Today and Tomorrow," at
the First Methodist church. This
will bo a rare chance to hear a crest
educator and orator on a live topic.
Dressmakers and seamstresses at
tend Madam Kellogg's School of
Dress Cutting. No refitting. No
rebasting. No pasteboard chart or
model, but a genuine tailor system
such as our merchant tailors use
Thorough instructions given in the
art of French bnBting, boning, finish
ing and matching ornamental dress
goods. Lessons not limited; school
open day and evening, Ryan bl ock
second floor, Davenport.
ftpeetal Millinery gala.
A tine line of pattern hats iust re
ceived at very much reduced prices.
A general reduction throughout
onr millinery department on all
trimmed hats. Avail yourself of
l. H.U. 1'ETEBSON a SoXS.
New Co I Yard.
The Empire Coal company has
opened a coal yard for the sale of the
celebrated biicbrist. Mercer connty.
coal. Office in the Diamond Jo ware
house, corner of Seventeenth street
and the levee. Telephone 1105.
George Lamont, agent.
Hard coal, all sizes, per ton $7 50
Discount for cash, ner ton 25
Cannel coal per ton 6 00
Indiana block per ton 4 00
Kentucky lump per ton 4 25
Cartage added en less than ton or
ders. E. G Frazkr.
L fart that norma tn lnvo hmn
looked by the coroner's jury at Washing
ton oure Mouse, u., was produced before
the militarv nimmilnn nnn. i .
Into Colonel Cult's action in stopping a
wuu wiiu uua. 1 no iact is a box of forty
sticks of dynamite found in the weeds
half a squure from the court house when
the firing took place.
The Anf.t:i dftlitroroH pvprv ovon
ing at your door at 10c a week.
Antiquity of ttmoktna;.
In the mortar of the tower of Kirk-
stall abbey, which fell in the vuar 1779,
Whittakcr mentions that several little
"smokiuff pipes" were found, showing
that the smoking of some herb or other
was in use iu England 400 years before
tobacco watt introduced. Dr. Fetrie
mentions tlint pipes of bronze for stuok
iiilt arc often found in ancient Irinh tn
nuili. Iu the monument of Douonh
O linen, king of ihonioiid, who was
killed A. D. 1027 and interred in the
abbey of Corcumrae, County Clare, he
is represented with a short pipe, or du
decn, in his month.
It may be observed that in some very
ancient coal workings, which were
found under Lambton castle some 30
years ago, sonio of these very old smok
big pipes were found, and a generation
or two ago not far from Lauibtou very
poor old folks might often be seen smok
ing the common whito flowered yarrow,
a herb frequently foruid in country
churchyards. Newcastle Chronicle.
Hard to 1'leaae.
Mrs. Hcnpecker is one of those wives
there is no pleasing. On the return of
her husband from the city last week she
greeted him thusly:
"Oh, Adolphns," sho exclaimed,
"how short you have had your hair
"But, my dear Angelina," replied
Mr. H. meekly, "I haven't had my hair
cut at all."
- men it is nign time yon bad, " re
turned Mrs. H. severely. Lotxln (Eiui
J laud) Mercury. .
HEALTH AND HAPPINESS
pome to vou if vou're a suffering woman.
The messenger in this case is Dr. Pierce's
It's a tonic and nervine, a remedy pro
scribed by an eminent phvsician and spe
cialist for all the peculiar ills and ailments
of women. Mv ii.,irhpr w
AlBEKfK, was nick and
we called. In one of the
best doctors hit, r-he
irot sn weak that I r id
to help ber out of bed
and draw her in a chair.
Hne then tried some of
Dr. Pii-rce's Favorite
Prescription. In less
than a week she was
out of bed auil has been
working" about Ave
weeks now, and looks
the picture or nealtn.
As Tor tnvscir 1 am
w. x takins- the "Favorite
HISS MEKKEh. Prescription. " I suf.
fered most of the time from catarrhal iuiiam-
Mrs. NANCY MEEKER,
Dunravtn, Ijtlaimre C'o A'. F.
k BR TOC INKEEDr
want a cnk
Want a partner
Want a equation
Want to rent room
Want a servant girl
Waut to sell a farm
Want to pell a faonse
Wan? to ex;han)7e anything
Want to neil lionschnld' irnoris
Watittomitkeany real estate loiin
Want to sell or trade ror anything
Want to find customer for anything
CS THKSE COLUMNS.
rpH PA1I.Y AKGUSrtELrVERKD ATYOCH
a innr erirr evening or wc per wees.
TfTANTED A OOOD MAN TO CANVASS!
ff Move repairs in Kork Inland. Call at 501
Fart Fourth street, Davenport. Tri City Stove
I OST A OAUNTLET I OVE BETWKRN
Elm street anil ihe Huck Inland fcrewli a
companT s emce. nctnrn to tuis omce a: a re
WANTED A CAPABLE. ENEKGFT C, T?E-
v liable vnnnir man. with from SMIO tn si.iisj
caf h, rapiial, Uionen a braneh of our busta- in
kock l-ianu. liest of references reqnireo. If
you have the money and want a legitimate, pleas
ant omce business teud us your references and
s'ste want OMsir.e.s exprtenc ynn have had.
Aiiaresa, . Yt . uor:and, 243 Wabash avenue, Cui
Insurance and Loans.
Buy, sell and manage
property on commis
sion. Collect rents
Room 4, Mitchell & Lynde b'ng.
Rinaud's Clecpatra Invis b!e,
The fiimsl ConplsiIaB
It in parts a beauti
ful shell like tint, and
le-.ves the k:n a cl-ar
and fair as an infant's.
Th on y comple ion
pr.wder made that has
n medicinal vinn--. It
positively tu-es pim
ples, 011 ck ueai's. red
nefS and cliv skin.
For salt in I ock Island
Cor. 41 b ay. a iuth at.
Evrry ux sold en a wa rant of absoluie
purity, bample package free.
SEE Iton AS I.. YOUTH
THESE WONDERFUL LEU SU
. Are the 'esult of rears of selentlfle exner.
Itnentlng and are now placed, owing to
ineir superiority, preeminently aDOveovery
thlna; heretofore produeed in this line.
Tli 'Tare acknowledged by experts to be
the finest and most peiieatly constructed
Lenses MOWN, and are peculiarly adapted
tlOUR. A trial of IIOrl'WOOB will convaBOv
inn Tney sru rmwn naif
For sale by T. H. THOMAS, Drug
gist ana optician,
The Place to Buy Stoves .
is where you can pet 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.
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.
and 1718 Second A.
Come in and get a dish of
Mctntyre-Reck Dry Goods co.
Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns the best in the world.
Things will be required ot 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
yon to buy corsets in cpiantities at this sale even if
you have to lay them aside for future use.
K0 dozen. n0. well "-aJe satlne strin comets with side steels anil re
in'oreed bust, a crest 4!tc leader, w cot the price right in to, ami fur
this week it la c.
40 dozen. 49fl, elegant satlne atri- corsets, in assorted colors, strong
ly and well made, we sell Iheat at TSc, but (or this tale tbey go at 4te.
Onr Duchess ft black cmvet, a corkini ble value at We, will las
bo I a few days ai4!te. Kemember they are fast black.
The Alack Diamond (1 corset male of nice qnall'y Mack satiae,
silk finish. It seems a shame to sell them at .VJc, but that's our price.
Onrn erh stock ron'aina Schilling's peerless Amerlcsa la4y. the
R'-yal Worcester. Hall's. Kibo's, Kmp ess Josej.Mne. Aiis:o, arsiotSMle,
Warner's liealih and Cora 'trie, and many other well knows makes.
Ineorset waists we offer 20 dozen anions BB child's Sic waists
M Unas' B B waists worth CSc, arc only 4e .
Yonrg ladies' BB waitta worth $1, wi 1 be 75c.
Ladies' BB waists, worth fi r., will be STc. Better try tbs BB.
Will be active when Mclntyre-Reck (Vs. :t.a;n 0,.
umn is rend. Space permits the mention of i., ,'''
liar pa in in 20. "
to bates eottoa baits, good, Li raise, at S. nam,,, 1, . .
roll 4-. ' 1-t
FirstenalHy dowa sofa pillows, won h itc. 1,4 of ti..m ....
week at the nargain price of r. ' 1
rsa) tstv large Dasir shawls, knit with the Iimi qo cf
wrll worth, and aaually sold at 'Sc, bargain price. c. F,i
Hi dos-ii Infants' fine cslmete csjis In narr. bnmfi ,ar'
white, well lined and lace eccvd. wonla bt cbtaii la nn i ' , 1
bat for this week osr bargain price la ISr. '
Better raises with baadsonte potapon. utua'.lr 4-v 1 ..
price.f. 7 ' " - -
It) docea boys' eiderdown round eats at IS;. Jnst l.iifrr ,
A qnaritlty of fllk relvets In asry. brown, myrtle, h a. k
live, four choice, while they last, per rard. Sc. Th. y are r . ' "'
Fine black silk armnre. worth 1Ne. sale price f r .
Ilrnds.me Mark silk Rhadams. good sic alae. for thi t'e i
ReMtlfnl Liberty satins ! nsy, nijrlk' at.4 brown. V , . '.
Won't last lone at this frier. Jste. ' .
Itrives la the rhnk deprsnrnt worth Iwkii.g ntn ,. f.
roney capes, smi In Hncd. fall sweep, they are cheap at IT Ni .
price is only l 99. !..!.
Better see the famoas f 10 line of ladles' J ekets. Tlx-r an n
Si J raises The sale Is ireaieiidoas aod c Mnpetiti cur.'t..., v
Read this advertisement carefuHy. evi-rr r ,,.
it. It is full of meaty, juicy bargain, the w'.rtli-!ia,!
injr and coming-for kind, the kind you alwav t.ni
Reck Dry Goods Co.
and 1711 Second avenue. Rock Island.
Potting the Knife
m m j 11. 1. . ,.uui 1 " n
M asP - -V wk -w . i 1
w Into Parlor Fnniite
with it We are doing it,
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 houe, 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. 1809-18U Second Avenue.
It's Like Finding M oney.
Should you pass along 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 leave
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
It's like finding money, the only difference being that by dealing with us you find $5 which you are
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 $10. $13.50, $15 or $18 suits or over
coats. They are positively as good every bit, as those you would have to pay $5 more for elsewhere.
Any of the suits or overcoats we are selling from $10 upwards are splendid, all wool fabrics while the
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 like finding
money to trade with us all we ask is an opportunity of proving our claims.
Underselling Everybody on Everything Every Time.