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.THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1894.
Pork at Gilmore's.
Fay your water rent.
Sweet elder at Hens Bros'.
insure with Huesing & Hoeft,
Good floor at Long' only 75c per
Toys of all kinds at Mclntyre-Reck
Climbing monkeys 1 cent at Eck.
Climbing monkeys for 1 cent at
Fresh vegetables of all kinds at
C. D. Marshall went to Chicago
Ilnyler's fine candies at the Harper
Books half price and less at Mcln-
tyre Reck Co.'s.
Lettuce, radishes, green onions
and celery at Boucher's.
Hnyler & Tecney's fine candies at
tbe Harper boose pharmacy.
Mrs. Dr. E. M. Sala is slowly re.
covering from her recent illness.
Don't fail to read Jackson A Horst a
ad. if yoo hare money to invest. .
Solid silver teaspoons, per set of
ftii. only 75c at Mclntyre.Rcck Co's.
Home-made mince meat at Hess
Bros'., guaranteed to be strictly pure.
Hubbard squash, Jersey sweet po
tatoes and Spanish onions at Bunch,
At Yoo op dt McCombs' this even,
ing from 7 to i. hoys' skates 25c a
All silk ribbon No. 5 at !ci vard
dnring Mclntyre-Reck Co's. ribbon
Linings free with each dress pat
tern at Mclntyre-Reck Co.'s this
You can make your dollar do
donble doty at Mclntyre-Beck Co.'s
Low prices on all canned fruits
and vegetables at Long's 1610 Sec
Nectarines, figs, oranges, bananas,
Malaga grapes and choice eating ap
ples at Buncber's.
Buv your handkerchiefs of Mclntyre-Reck
Cj.. and get a pretty
At Young & McCombi' this
evening, all 5 cent books go at S
cents, from 7 to S p. m.
Cloak sale! Colombian souvenir
half dollars given away free! free!
free! at Young 4 McCombs'.
general Sopt. Dunlap and Division
Supt. NichoU. of the Rock Island,
road, were in the city today.
Try Hess Bros'. Monarch brand of
canned oysters and be convinced that
they are they best in the city.
At Yoontr & McCombs' this even
ing from 7 to 'J, children's silver
plated knife, fork and spoon, 14
Trinity Improvement guild will
meet on 'Wednesday afternoon at the
residence of Mrs. Hoffman, on Second
Mrs. Albert Bleuer, of Fountain
City, Wis., is in the city to spend
the holiday season with relatives and
The Union seems bonnd to clear
the skirts of the artificial limb mak
er of an act of impropriety if it
takes a leg.
The dwelling house. 1206 Third
avenue, in this city, is for rent. Ap-
f y to . E. Parmenter, Mitchell &
The members of Arsenal council.
No. 171, National Union, will bold
an important meeting at their hall in
the Carse block this evening.
Hess Bros', have just received a
fresh line of Kennedy's maccaroons,
frnit cake, home-made ginger snaps,
orange slice and Long Branch salt
The friends of C. W. Negus will be
gratified to nave tbe assurance of bis
physician. Dr. C. C. Carter, that he
is out oi a anger tonay ana getting
The small boy with his gun keeps
op tbe unmerciful slaughter of the
English sparrow, tbe nu miters on the
certificates Issued by City Clerk
Hucsing already showing a good
Maj. J. M. Beardtley has returned
from Muscatine, where he is enraged
to assist in the prosecution of Guy
Baker, charged with murder, the
opening of she case haviog been
postponed nntil next Manday.
M. E. Bell, of Chicago, one of the
foremost architects in the country,
and cx-snpervisiog architect of the
United Mate treasury, is in the city
looking over the court house situa
tion, with a view to preparing plans
Highest Honor World' Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE, j
A pun Crape Cieam of Tartar Powder. Fret
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
when the time comes, to be submit
ted along with others which will be
offered in response to the board's ad
vertisement. The Union appears at last to have
awakened to the escapades of "Jack
the Hugger," bnt it seems partico.
larly anxious that the artificial limb
maker should escape. Maybe this is
the explanation of the Union's long
Prof. Clendenin gave a dancing
party to his tri-city pupils and their
friends at the Standard club last ev
ening. Shillingcr's orchestra fur
nished music for about sixty couples,
who indulged in a delightful even
A barn on the premises of James
Thompson, in the vicinity of Twelfth
avenue and Thirty-eighth street, was
destroyed by fire about 6 o'clock last
night. The fire department did not
respond, as the water mains do not
extend to that locality. There were
a few tons of hay in "the barn, and
the total damage will amount to
J. Lorenz, a brakeman on the lo
cal freight going west yesterday just
before noon, had the misfortune to
get tbe middle finger of the left hand
so mangled in making a coupling,
that Dr. Leith, assisted by Dr. Cool
ing, performed a surgical operation,
dressing the wound and making him
s comfortable as possible. He is a
resident of Rock Island. Muscatine
Surveyor of the Port J. R. John
ston recently caused a fine of 1 100 to
be imposed on the owners of the
small steamboat. Idle Hour which
pasxed here on its way Konth, and
which was not complying with all
the marine regulations. Since then,
however, Mr. Johnston has recom
mended that the line which was paid
be returned, thin in the light of cir
cumstances afterward developed.
Christmas novelties, exquisitely
embroidered linens, and daintily
dressed dolls, will be sold at the
Thulin block, corner Thirty-eighth
street and Seventh avenue, by the
ladies of Grace Lutheran church, on
Thursday afternoon and evening of
this week. In the evening there will
be additional attractions, in the
shape of a breezy musical program,
art gallery, etc, etc. Refreshments
will be served. Everybody is in
vited. While the Union, for the first time,
acknowledges that there bas been
sucb an individual in the city as
"Jack tbe Hugger," it seems woe
fully anxious to clear of the charge
the individual against whom suspic
ion bas for some time rested, and
notwithstanding that, as stated be
fore, it has not regarded the exploits
of sufficient importance to refer to
them, it is now devoting its energies
to an attempt to fasten the offense
on a personage of altogether differ
ent appearance from the man re
tained last night. What a wonder
ful interest tbe Union has taken in
this matter all of a sudden, and what
an exceptional bond of sympathy be
tween it and the artificial limb
maker! Has the Union taken a cork
leg in payment of an advertising con
tract? Railroad Ofllctali.
General Supt. Dunlap and Division
Supts. White, Stillwell and Nichols,
of the Rock Island, are in the city to
day on business, the nature of which
they refuse to disclose, but supposed
to be important.
General Manager C. H. Bosworth,
General Supt. F. L. Tompkins and
General Passenger Agent W. W.
Kent, of the Chicago, Peoria ft St.
Louis railway, otherwise the J. S. E.,
arrived in the city in their special
car this morning on a visit to the
officials of the R. I. & P. They left
Cub Is What Dom It.
Twenty-five pounds best granu
lated sugar f 1.
Best dairy butter 19c per pound.
Best canned corn 7jc per can.
Good tomatoes 7Jc per can.
Quaker oats 9c per package.
Nadler's panel extracts 8c per bot
tle. Oil sardines 4c per can.
Best flour in the city 87c per sack.
Star tobacco 40c per pound.
Weoden pails 10c.
Arbuckle's coffee 19c per pound.
Telephone 1217. J. T. Shields.
Hoi May Kates.
For the Christmas and New Years
holidays, the Burlington, Cedar Rap
ids & Northern railway will sell ex
cursion tickets between all points on
its line at extremely low rates for the
Tickets on sale December 22, 23,
24. 25 and 31, 1894, and' January 1,
1895. Good to return until and in
cluding January 2, 1895. For rates
and time of trains call on station
agents or address,
Gen. Tkt. and Pass. Agt
Cedar Ranld- T"-- imm
Farm of the lata Daniel Edgington,
160 acres improved, one mile from
tbe- village of Edgington; also 30
acres of timber. If not sold soon,
same will be for rent for the coming
year. Apply to - -
Hjcxkt Curtis. Executor.
'Oliver R. Spaid and Miss Annie
S. Bruner, of Port Byron, were mar
ried thia morning by Judge Adams.
Justice Hawes married George
Otte and Miss Luella Green, of Mo
line, this morning.
Hard coal, all sizes, per ton 7 60
Discount for cash, per ton 25
Cannel coal per ton C 00
Indiana block per ton 4 00
Kentucky lump per ton 4 25
Cartage added on less than. ton or
ders. E. G Fkazeb.
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 & Bahnsen, druggists.
Rock Island. HI.
as a curj&nszn
of tbs blood, nothing sweeps as clean as Dr.
frame's Golden Medical Discovery. It at
tacks all asrofulous, akin and scalp diseases)
in the riant way by purifying; the blood.
rkrofula in all its various forms, Ecserom,
Tatter, BaK-rbeum, Ervsipalaa, Boils, Car
buncles, Enlarged Glands, Tumors and 8weU
inn, and evary kindred ailment, are per
fectly and permanently cared by it.
Sir I write In
to Tour treat
M Ml teal Discovery. I
had Bcsenta and ulona
00 the lee. Previous
to this affection I had
had Dropsy after the
Grip. I now feel per
fectly well since I took
the 6 Discovery." My
legs are all healed up
and I feel like a new
man. I cannot be thank
ful enourb. to you for
your " Golden Medical
Discovery" ha saved
Mr. F. Pnrun,
KB TOU IS HKKS?
i Want a eook
Want a partner
Want a situation
Want to rant rooms
Want a nerrant rtrl
Want to sell a farm
Want to sell a hone
Want to exchange anythtns;
Want to sell household roods
Want to make any real estate loans
Wast to sell or trade for anything
Want to find customer for anything
t78 THIS COLUMNS.
DOR BEST TWO NICELY ITRNI&HKD
17 rooms, for gentlemen only. Apply at tot
FOR REST A STORE ROOM IN THE KSW
Hurst building;, apply at Woman's Ex
change, S25 Twentieth street.
WANTED-A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework at SI. Twenty-third street.
Moat have reference. Call in the afternoon.
A MODERN T-ROOM BOI'SR FOR RENT AT
lMl Sixth avenue. Apply U J Mr-acn'el-eer,
corner of Seventeenth street and Sixth avenue.
AGENTS WANTED THROUGHOUT THE
late of Illinois and the west. A rood thing.
Samples free. Metal Tip company, 2S Chand er
street, Worcester, alaas.
WANTED A SMART, ACHVB, WELL-
and steady position with advancement, bv aupli-
- wn iiiui iCUIK.WWrBp, HU, OT DS-
fore 8:30 a.m.
MEW AND WOMBN-TO MAKE BIG MONEY
with the Practical Plating Dyn-mo Is tbe
electrical machine need in tbe great piating fac
tories S06 to Seta s week made easv. Plates ev
erything. No experience; big prolts. Ai dress
w. P. Harrison 4 Co., Clerk No. 14, Columbus
WANTED A CAPABLE. ENEKGBTiC, RE
liable young man, with from S5O0 to 81,000
cash, capital, to open a branch of our business in
Rock Island. Best of references required. If
yon have tbe money and want a legitimate, pleas
ant office business, send ns your references and
state what basinets experience you have baa.
Address, G. W. Borland, 248 Wabash avenue, Chicago.
Insurance and Loans.
Buy, sell and manage
property on commis
sion. Collect rents.
Room 4, Mitchell & Lynde b'ng.
Mrs. S. Smith,
i Mourning Goods
s A Specialty.
1805 Second avenue.
The Argcs, only 10c a week.
AJTD tSOlT 0XDX2 1
Floral Bazaar. Cut
f Flowers and Plants,
Fancy Needle Work,
Fine home-made Bread and
Geo. T. Ciwderl 323 20th
Bi F. EVUIS. I street.
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 tb.e 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 sav thev are line?
Do you know
That we are displaying aline
line.. of boxes and baskets
suitable for Christmas pres
ents, or a line line of novel
ties for schools and churches?
Do you know
Tou can buy KRELL &
MATH'S Cakes and Pastry
at less expense than to make
Do you know
That our Ice Creams and
Fruit Ices cannot be ex
celled? Do you know
1718 and 1718 Second At.
Our Horehound Candy is a sure
cure for cough or cold. Try it.
Mclntyre-Reck oy Goods cg.
Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns the best in the world.
Of Record Making, Record Breaking Sales: We wish
this week to make a biz record, a high water mark ia
the matter of sales, ana have laid oat all over our
store, elegant, seasonable merchandise at prices which
will surely land us at the coveted mark. Nowhere
else will you be offered bargains so great as we shall
offer, and it will pay yon to bay for Christmas NOW.
With eve-y dress pattern at 40c a yard or erer. sold this week, we
sasll throw in the skin red waist lining PRKB. Dress goods hare
BT( r bees so cheap as they are now.
With eeerr nair of kid eiaivea at SI or arer Mieaassd this weak, ws
win israw in s nsnnsneae giovs oanoser. eerarai Sly tea wo uuusi "
With ererypalror lace oreherlllecnrtalns at 1 ts a pair or over,
sold this week, we will add for nothing, a Bnfly polished pole and com
plete set of fixtures. Wot this sale wa have mads special prions oa eesry
curtain In stock.
The naw and stylish Bagdad draperies, fall SS inch wide, with
frlnees and loops to match, aow oa sale.
2M) roller shades with Keoaiao hsrtrborn rollers, for this week
To any CBRtoraer bo Ting handkerchiefs ths week to the amount of
Seororrr. we will present a pretty silk embroidered handkerchief
Indeed is the offering we now make, but oar
tee is rieht behind the offering.
IPS doxes solid silerr saetal tea spotaa, with initial la,w .
pared. utt setef sil. Tie, "
an aoasa dessert spaoas to match per set of sis. f i m.
BV OOK-S lame wyuumm Haaa pnmn ni.ll -4K
nhtean white saetal, pasted ware or annhioc else of t
bet Boltd Silver Metal preclselj the metal that auk. tbe . u' ?
mr. They wear a lifstisse. Doatsskkow we caa sell them
third the aswal price ; we save teem aaa I bey are )un at tb.
sots. Metals alcerfor Christmas present .
It pieces assorted tah
k, WOTtauptot;catasa&4M(. t
Wpteees, all silk, froscralned and satin edye ribboa at !.,
No. S. rev yard, life So. . per yard ?e
Mo. t. per ward, ae Mo. IS. per yard
Csna 4 last loor at sucb prlc a. We ateo place on sal ri
fancy ribbons, from Svs yards ap, all far below usual qoetatioos.
Oar buyers have just returned from the mara.-t
with new stocks of Holiday Goods and Book, whit ,
are being rapidly placed on sale. You will End out
toy and doll departments among the most tfimtOrtc
and by far tbe cheapest in the city. Old Santa i Ian
left special word to let the boys and girls hare iLeir
presents cheap, and his orders will be obeye.l i0
Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 1711 Second avenue, Rock Island.
Rare Christmas Offerings -
For one week, beginning Klonday, 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, Music 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.
Are You Ready
To Look at the Latest Novelties in
Men's Suits and Overcoats.
A number of other useful articles
for Christmas Presents.
M. & K,
Wa are prepared to show them ia
correct styles at correct prices.