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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1894.
Pork at Gilmore's.
Lamps at Eckhart's.
. Pay your water rent.
Insure with Haeslng 4t Hoe ft.
Steel club skates. 84 cents, at Eck
hart's. Stuart Harper hat returned from
Ex-Sheriff T. S. Silvia ia much im
The board of supervisors meeta
Special sale of black dress silks at
Young & McCombs'.
For toy and holiday goods go to
Toung ft McCombs'.
C. C. alclntvre. of Oskaloosa, Sun
dayed at the liarp?r.
Toys and fancy crockery in great
variety at Eckhart's.
Dress pnods sale at Young ft Mc
Combs' all this week.
Spot cash is what brings the t.ade
loung & McCombs'.
New arrivals of cloaks just received
at Toung & McCombs.
Phil Mitchell and son returned
from Chicago last night.
Fresh dairy butter at Perry's fish
market, 20 cents a pound.
McCabe Bros, for special values in
linens for holiday presents.
Those anniversary lamps have just
been received at McCabe Bros'.
C. V. Neons' condition is more
alarming today than it has been.
Books! Books! Books! Special
book sale at Young & McCombs'.
Don't fail to read Jackson ft Hurst a
ad. if you have money to invest.
Hon. C. W. Dunham, of Gcneseo,
arrived in the city this morning.
For a useful and handsome Christ
mas gift, call on Cleniann ft Salz
mann. Violets and eastern craze, worth
84 cents; McCabe's price, 8 cents a
See the west window for special
displav of crockery at Young & Mc
Combs'. Mr. and Mrs. James Maroney, of
Blue Island, are visiting relatives in
The finest line of cloaks in the city
at the lowest prices at Young & Mc
Combs'. W. H. Uoriene, of Waterloo, Hi.,
state bank examiner, is in the city on
YarUmaster F. W. MrKee, of the
Kock Island, went to Kansas City
All the delicacies in the market
can be found at Bunt her's Spencer
Your linings free with every dress
at 40 cents a yard or over at Mcln-tyre-Meck
Solid silver tea spoons. 75 cents
per set of six at Mclntyre-Reck Co's.
Only one-third price.
Buy your Christmas kid gbves at
Mclntyre-K'ck Co's. and get a hand
some glove buttoncr free.
New sailor and Manhansct hats
100 at 23 cents each, at McCabe
Bros'. Se show window.
How to get a pair of kid gloves or
a nice warm bed comfort free see
McCabe Bros', advertisement.
Aid. George Chad wick, of the
Third ward, Moline. died at noon to
day, of pneumonia, aged CO years.
All silk No. 6 groxgrain ribbons.
2j cent a yard, at Mclntyre-Keck
Co's. Chu k full of ribbon bargains.
Solid silver desert and table spoons
on fl.&Q per set of six at Mclntyro
Kcck Co's. less than onu-lhird price.
Commencing Monday, D(. 10.
Young ft M-Combs will keep their
store open evenings until after
How the dress goods talk for
themselves at McCabe Bros'. The
assortment never was better, nor the
prices so low.
The dwelling house, 120G Third
avenue, in this city, is for rent. A p.
ply to E. E. I'armenter, Mitchell &
I.vode s block.
If you want rood goods and buy
them cheap, it will pay you to call
at Buncbcr's Spencer Square grocery
anil get prices.
The pole and fixtures go along free
with every pair of lace or chenille
curtains at f 1.25 or over at Mclnlyrc
Keck Co's. this week.
December shoe sale. Ail of our
ladies' 12.50 and .'.75 shoes go at
fZ a pair; and evcrrbody highly
pleased. The Boston.
t or f t.au you lake choice oi any
:i ladies' shoe in the house; and you
should see those oOantl 5-cent child
ren's shoes. The Boston.
Bur 25 cents' worth of handker
chiefs at Mclntyre-Reck Co's. this
week and get a pretty embroidered
ilk handkerchief for nothing.
City Attorney J. L. Haaa has been
summoned to Michigan City, Ind.,
by the sad news of the death of his
mother, Mrs. Louisa Fredericka Haaa.
Travel over the Rock Island
bridge yesterday footed op: Foot
north, 966; south, 995; total, 1,961.
Teams north, 861; south, S64; total,
The largest and finest line of fancy
rockers and chairs in the west. Call
early and make a selection for a
beautiful Christmas gift, at Clemana
The greatest assortment of fancy
rockers and chairs ever on exhibition
in this city now to be seen at the big
furniture and carpet store of Cle
mann ft Salzmann.
Two hundred fascinators in black
and white only, 36 inches square,
would be cheap at 75 cents, will alljbe
sold for 42 cents, 42 cents, 42 cents
each at Young & McCombs'.
R. S. Silvis, of Carbon Cliff, has
been suffering severely for some time
with one of his eyes, originating
with a cold affecting the organ. He
goes to Chicago tonight to consult
Ail hopes of the recovery of George
Williams, the C, K. I. ft P. fireman,
residing on Second avenue, were de
spaired of last night, his recent at
tack of typhoid fever gradually weak
Remember the December shoe sale
goes right aloag. Bargains, bar
gains, bargains, 78 cents for boys'
shoes, 11 to 2. and 90 cents for 2 to
5i; also a big let of 99-cent shoes for
men just received. The Boston.
Rev. Dr. Jeffreys, of St. Paul's
church, Peoria, ofliciated at Trinity
church yesterday morning and even
ing, preaching instructive and elo
quent discourses on both occasions,
Rer. R. F. Sweet conducting services
Mackenna's Flirtation." a rousin?
3-act farce comedy, is being re
hearsed by members of the Schnell
club, under whose auspices it will be
C resented at Harper's theatre for the
enetit of St. Anthony's hospital in
uuuui six weeas.
Miss Annie Kirkpatrick, principal
at No. 6 school, was made the victim
of a very pleasant surprise Friday
evening by about forty of ber Eighth
and Ninth grade scholars, who gath
ered at her home, 1115 Third ave
nue. As a remembrance of the happy
occasion, the young folks presented
their teacher with a handsome easel.
The meeting of r the W. C. T. U.
Postponed from last week, will be
eld tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock
at the Y. M. C. A. building. A spe
cial program has been prepared.
ur. t-miiv v right will speak on the
Use and Abuse of Alcohol." A
large attendance is desired of both
Y.'s and members of the Union, as
this meeting will be of unusual in
The shoe sale at M. ft K's. was one
of the most successful sales ever in
augurated in Rock Island. Why
should it not have been? People
wondered how M. & K. could produce
a shoe as good for the price but
wonders never cease at M. & K s.
There are some sizes from H to 11
left, and in addition to these M. ft K.
have their regular 1 shoe which is
a good one not as good as those
they sold for a f 1 last Saturday but
the bestfl shoe in town.
Highest Honors World' Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crape Geam of Tartar Powder. Fret
worn Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
Kot So E&aUy Deceived.
It is laugbnble and sometimes sad.
too to wo tbo devices adopted by the
peoplo who take a pitcher or a cau to
tho saloon for beer.
A man lias no way to hide it, and he
is generally the most sensitive on the
subject. Sometimes bo will put it in a
paper. Often he will take out a large
bottle luid stuff it in bis pocket, and I
saw ono man bide a pitcher with bis
broad brimmed hat and saunter away
from a saloon boroncaded.
Women use their aprons as covers,
though I never observed ouo yet who
didn't make ber errand all the more
oonspicmons by this means.
One servant jclrl placed a can of beer
at the foot of a baby's perambulator and
covered it with a shawl, and I expected
tho ainber fluid to scatter ia all direc
I knew of one woman who used to
send out a tin can marked "milk"
often the stage fashion of labeling poi
sons, liquors, tc.- but I don't think it
ever deceived any one. New York Ro
Th. Modern Mother
has found that her little ones arc im
proved more by the pleasant laxative,
Syrup of Figs, when in need of the
laxative effect of a gentle remedy
than by any other, and that it is
more acceptable to them. Children
enjoy it and it benefits them. The
true'remedy. Syrup of Figs, is man
ufactured by the California fig Syr
up company, only.
"A Little List."
A beautiful silk umbrella.
A line silk muffler.
A jmir of elegant kid gloves.
Any of the above articles will make
a desirable A-mas gilt. J be Klug
Hasler-Schwentscr Dry Goods com
pany, .Davenport, has them and
hundreds of other equally useful
Hard coal, all sizes, per ton 7 50
Discount for cash, per ton 25
Cannel coal per ton 6 00
Indiana block per ton 4 00
Kentucky lump per' ton , 4 25
Cartage added on Icbs than ton or
The Wott Md the Lank.
The sensational elopement from
Chicago of Rev. Conrad Haney, of the
uike Avenne Union church, of that
city, and Mrs.- George W. Brandt,
one of his flock, attaches unusual lo
cal interest, from the fact that he is a
nephew of Rev.Richard Haney.former
pastor of the First M. E. church, this
city, and now of Monmouth, and at
one time made an address here him.
elf before the Land league; and fur
ther because his partner in lust for
merly resided in Muscatine.
uanev bad a bright future as an
orator, and was, in addition to a lib
eral and popular preacher, a promi-
ucui. rcpuuiicau, ana was one 01 toe
distinguished orators at the Reed
banquet given in Chicago toward the
end of the recent campaign.
ltxe last beard of the guilty pair
they were at Alton, 111.
Rudy's Pile Suppository is guaran
teed to cure piles and constipation
or money refunded. Fifty cents per
box. Send stamp for circular and
free sample to Martin Rudy, Lancas
ter. Pa. For sale by T. H. Thomas
and Harts ft Bahnsen, druggists.
Rock Island. 111.
The incessant wasting of a
consumptive can only be over
come by a powerful concentrated
nourishment like Scott's Emul
sion. If this wasting is checked
and the system is supplied with
strength to combat the disease
there is hope of recovery.
-i ' r
of Cod-liver Oil, with Hypophos
phites, does more to cure Con
sumption than any other known
remedy. It is for all Affections of
Throat and Lungs, Coughs, Colds, Bron
chitis and Wasting, famfkietfrt.
Scatt t Bowie, N. Y. AilDragaists. 60c ami St
RK YOU IS NEKDr
Want a eook
Want a partner
Want a situation
Want to rent rooms
Want a rervant girl
Want to Mil a farm
Want to sell a honse
Want to ezchanire anything
Want to veil household roods
Want to make any rel estate loans
Want to sell or trade tor anything
Want to find customers for anything
USK THESE COLUMNS.
IBB DAILY AKGUB DELIVERED ATYOrB
. door every event nz tor lUe per week.
W ANTE'' A COMPETENT GIRL INQUIRE
at 730 Nineteenth street
OR RENT TWO NICELY Fl'RNISHKO
rooms, for gentlemen oulv. Auu'.v at tim
KOR RENT A STORE ROOM IV THE H'W
Hnrat bnililm Atmlv at Woman's Ex
change, &S TwenUeth street.
WANTED A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework at 51. Twenty-third street.
Mnst have reference. Call in the afternoon.
A MODERN T-ROOM HOUSE FOR RENT AT
15SI S'Jrtta avenne. Apply U J Mnscu'el-
dcr, corner of eeventeccth street and tilth ave
AGENTS WANTED THROUGHOUT THE
state of Illinois and the west. A cood thine.
Samples 'ree. Metal Tip company, S3 Chaud.er
sireei, w orcestcr, aiass.
WANTED A SMART, ACTIVE, WELL
dreosed gentleman can obtain a first-clas
and steady position with advancement- by appli
cation at lira fifth avenue, afterS p. m., or ba-
lore e :ssu a. m.
WANTED A CAPABLE. ENERGETiC, RE
liable young man. with from Kofi to Sl.UU
cash, capital, to open a branch of our business in
Bock Ilsud. Best of references required. If
you nave me money ana want a legitimate, pleas
ant office business, send ns your references and
state want tvisine.s experience you nave bad.
Aaarcss, u. . ooriana, warjaeu avenue, Chi
Insurance and Loans.
Buy, sell and manage
property on commis
sion. Collect rents.
Room 4, Mitchell & Lynde b'ng.
IF YOU WISH ANY
THiNG IN THIS LINE
We have a
Nice line of Hardware.
And a complete line of
mixeu house and floor
paints, white lead, lin
seed oil, etc.
Up TO Pate.
Every idea about
building a stove to
make it better has
undergone a most
rigid test with the
If it is good it goes.
If it is of no value it
is discarded. That is
why we boldly assert
that Riverside Stoves
and Ranges are up to
date and every one is
sold under an ironclad
guarantee from the
1615-1617 Second Ave.
Might as well get something
appetizing as to eat some
thing that isn't. What's the
use of buying a poor article
when you can get the best for
the same money at KRELL
Do you know
That we make our own Can
dies, and that we know what
we are talking about when
we say they are tine?
Do you know
That we are displaying a fine
liue of boxes and baskets
suitable for Christmas pres- -ents,
or a line line of novel
ties for schools and churches?
Do you know
You can buv KRELL &
MATH'S Cake's and Tastry
at less expense than to make
Do you know
That our Ice Creams and
Fruit Ices cannot be ex
celled? Do you know
1716 and 1718 Second At.
Our Horehound Candy is a sure
cure for cough or cold. Try it.
Mclntyre-Reck Dry Goodsc
Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns the best in the world.
Of Record Making, Record Breaking Sales. We wish
this week to make a big record, a high water mark in
the matter of sales, and have laid out all over oar
store, elegant, seasonable merchandise at prices which
will surely land as at the covetid mark. Nowhere
else will you be offered bargains so great as we shall
offer, and it will pay you to bay for Christmas NOW.
With ev-y dress pattern at 40c s yard or over, sold this week, we
shall throw In the skirt red waist lining WL Dress (oode have
aevt r been to cheap as they are now.
With every pair of kid cloves at SI or over purchased this wee, we
will throw in haodeosae glove batiooer. reveral styles to chase from.
With every pair of laee or eberllle enrtaine at fl 8 a pair or over,
sold this week, we will sad for nothing, e flo-ly polished pole en com
plete set of flumes. For this sale we have Blade special prises on every
curtain in stock.
1 he new and stylish Bagdad draperies, fall SS Inch wide, with
f rinses and loops to match, aow on sale.
850 roller shades with genuine hartshorn rollers, for this week
To any easterner haying handkerchiefs th week to the amoont or
55c or over, we will indent a pretty silk embroidered hand kerchief
Indeed is the offering we now male i ...
im ia richt behind the nfTsrinr ' ' T P:tr,.l
100 docea solid silver metal tea spis. wj-h it, . , 1
graved. Pr set of sis. Tie. " c'cjs., I
an Anvrm tshto IWWM ta match n ..r : - 3. '.
1 his is at white metal, plated ware or anthiB I,
a 1. ait .t.l tiiri..i. -i - el
bat BelM Silver Metsi precisely the metal that nuil " k J
third the aseal prtce; we have them and torv are trlL J..1" .. I
qnote. Mothlnc nicer for Chrlsunas prtsem -. '
IS pieces assorted tab damask, worth up to s?c at - ,
a flyer for Christmas. c " 1- j
300 pieces, all silk, grcralned and ratio edge r bhoi, i
half price. "m lt ;
Mo. A. rer yard. XMc
Mo. 7. per ward, ae
No kt TTd-,
Caaa t" last krar at surb pric a. We aia 17 .'"'
fancy ribbons, from Bve yards ap, ail far below usualqunr.iv '
Our bnyers have just returned from the tt
with new stocks of Holidav Cnnrfa i '. TLv-
- J MU'. I,flflC -1; .
v liAini. rsrhlillv nlM1 fin V.. ... '-"! I
- J " IUU SlllJ
Saw nl H nl I dsnsrtmsnti amnntr V. - ,
. r. " ' """t fuuir.-.
and by lar tne cneapest in the city. OM Saw 1
left special word to let the boys and girls Lt
resents cheap, and his orders will be ob r j
etter. J u
Mclntyre-Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 1711 Second avenue, Rock Island.
Rare Christmas Offerings -
For one week, beginning Monday, Dec. 10, we
shall place on sale an Immense line of Hanging,
Stand and Banquet Lamps, and
Many beautiful patterns in Dinner Sets at prices far below your
expectations. Remember these are first quality goods only. No third
quality or imperfect goods. See our windows for some stunning low
prices. Buy now and have them set aside for you.
Of Side-boards, Dining Tables, Chairs, Combination Book Cases,
Ladies' Writing Desks, Center Tables, Ausic Cabinets, Fancy Mirrors,
Fancy Rockers, (nearly a hundred different styles), Parlor Suits,
Couches, children's rockers and high chairs exceeds all former years
in Quantity, Quality, Style and Low Prices. Not equalled in the
tri-cities. We'll be satisfied to have you judge the correctness of
Buy now while the assortment is complete.
Delivered when wanted.
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT
Terms Of payment easy. 1809-1811 Second Avenue.
M.- & K.
1610 Third avenue.
We just received another
large shipment of Men's
shoes, bought at half
price, and which they
place on sale at
The entire lot of 600 pairs
has been placed on sale
at $1 a pair. Not a pair
in the entire lot worth
less than $2.
f A Pair
Do you remember the
$1 sale of Men's Shoes
Weren't they excellent
This new lot is fully as
good, if not better.
BO HO Uil
to a Customer.
Iff. & K.
to a customer
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
ders. C l f BAZEK.