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JTHE ARGUS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1895.
-' Pay your water rent
If lrd at Gilmore's.
Dressed chickens at Long's.
Insure with Hoesing & Hoeft
ed Mclntyre-Bcck Co.'s adv.
M tools for sale at Long's grocery,
paries McHngh went to Chicago
t C. Cleaveland went up to Chi
ja last night.
J. B. Sax. of Ottumwa, is in the
'T on business.
Sscar Schmidt ret timed from Oma
' this morning.
is one of the days when
I., Christy, of Des Moines, was
crockery new prices at
M. Burd. of Cam
H the city today.
Nl Cloaks. 25 per
v V McCombs'.
production of "Faust is of the best.
A company of carefully selected sing
ers is carried especially for this pur
pose. Faast' will be at Harper's
theatre Thursday evening.
The funeral of the late Congress
man P. S. Post occurs at Galesburg
tomorrow afternoon. Tee senators
and representatives assembled at
Springfield for the coming meeting
of the legislature yesterday sent a
fitting memorial to the bereaved
The People's Power company has
put in a coke crusher, and has ar
ranged for crushing ccke for use in
bard coal stoves, cooking stoves, etc.
A ton of it will cost 20 per cent less
than hard coal, and will last one-
fifth' longer. Ak your coal dealer
about it, or telephone People's Power
Saturday evening at the executive
mansion Gov. and Mrs. Akgeld gave
a pleasant reception in honor of Mrs.
E. G. Frazer and Miss Ann Buford.
both of Rock Inland. The mansion
was profusely decorated with flowers
and the evening wast spent at pro.
rressive euchre. There were 10
tables and the eame was interesting.
b Springfield Telegram.
Mrj. Anna Boulton died at ner
Mmei in Milan at 8 o'clock last even
' . (She was born in Cambridge
- England, in Aoril. 1863. and
Harried there in 1882 to Freder-
XiltonJ who is left to mourn
- wifli four little eirls. The
oc'lrs from the residence at
" lnesday. Deceased was a
ing motber, ever ready
ne wben in ner power
began in the district
- . . - i .
el the proper ex
'Tust fund. Her
$10,000 to the
t Smt.t conntv,
a. and a
plaint of the
i rton, the evl-
to hold them.
This is bank election dav. The
Rock Island National elected its old
officers and director as follows:
President T. J. Robinson.
Vice President J. H. Wilson.
Cashier J. F, Robinson.
Directors T J. Robinson. J. II.
Wilson. Peter Fries, F. Weyerhauser,
E. D. Sweeney, C. L. Walker. J. F.
The People National elects direct
ors this afternoon and officers Thurs
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. 111.
bx voc ra skkdt
Want a partner
Want to tnt rooa
Want a aerrant girt
Want to aell a farm
Want to Mil a bouse
Want to ezebanp anythlfw
Want to veil honaehold gooaa
Want to make any real estate loans
Want to aell or trade for anything
Want to find customer for anything
CSS THSaE COLTJMNS.
RIBI DaJLTAHSUaDKUVCRIO aTYOCTs
A ooor every eveol ne for lue per week.
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
DOB S ALE TUBE E GOOD 8TOVC9, 909 FIF-
AS rED A COMPBTKNT COOK. APPLT
to Mrs. A. C. Dart, Slua Perenta avenue.
FOR RKTr-RRHIDESC CORNER THIRD
aveaoeand Nineteenth street. Inquire on
AStlD MTCATI0S BY YOl NO LADY
I Sm atenonraDter. or office assi'tent: can
it reference. Auursrw v.," cms omce.
H70RK-DESIRE0 BY DRESSMAKERS LIT!
II fr. m I nirago, latet styles, terms reasons
ble, satisfaction guaranteed M09 Second amine.
liR. H. BLUNT, OF INDEPENDENCE, IOWA
V alairroraot. traare medinm aad manietie
aeslrr. will he In ibe city for a few weeks. Call
at auil rounn arenas.
WANTED CITY SALESMAN OP GOOD AD
dress: mat c me well reo mmended :
food position wt'h largost onnrry hnse in
America, urown nrotners' cooipany, cmcago,
SOLTITORS WANTED TO CONTROL SAtE
tf Uncle Some Tohscco Cnre In uock Island
and Moline. able to furnish office and seenre
stock. Address, John TosnrT. general western
agent, wnitaacr Dunning, mvenport.
65 TO t50 PER WEEK I SING AND SILLTNQ
V Old Reliable Plater. Every family has ra.tr,
worn knives, forks, spoon., etc. (Jaickly plsted
bydlppln: in melted metal. No experlvn:eor
nam wore: a gooa si' nation. Aanress w. i.
Hantson Co Clerk No. 14, Co umbos, Ohio.
WANTED A CAPABLE. ENEKGBTiC. RB
liable young man. with from S5H0 to 1,U
cash, capital, to open a branch of our bnsinesa in
bock I-land. Best of references required. If
yon haea the money and want a legitimate, pleas
ant omo bnsiness. send nsyonr references and
atste watt bnslncs experieiice yon have had.
Addreaa,e. W. Borland, IMS Wabash avenue, Chi
y tauiBwl crentleman
IJwtat end of the city,
,J aad'eoats this morning
strata scftroeaer. L8t
'rant quarreled with his
Jher brother, Fred Holmes,
-4. Grant thea bejrnn abas
. A latter, aad the ; flowing of
okloretl gore was on) prevented br
"". Caant Caniaca.
Jadfre Book waiter this morning de-
eiarea uenrj Joye, the ex-sal oon
keener. anworthy of a wife, and
graated a divorce and the custody of
her ehild to Mrs. Emma Jojre. on the
gronna 01 extreme ana repeated
The case of Thomas Bran appealed
i front a iastice court, to obtain $52.05
m . a , n v .
inim . am. oianuinif ana it. H- ato-
"jOrmack, was dismissed this morn
l? oa reeommendatioa of the olain.
lie!, who was represented by W. J.
ieDirr. j. r. Ken worthy ap
sjaraw ler sae aeieaaants.
The sStaeess Paadlaa, sow la Hew
I -rk, la ss-ahatity Saw aanakwS4waH Ut
j.'.0 tm tmartna tachas tea aad
V..'- fw " arfy alee pieai'r She was bora
i" wi, as ISyesas oU eaal fotu
tsuoess ja feteWT. .-.
peta V r wear eat, bat are ex-
wwBWa. rami - ' - '
Insurance and Loans.
Buy, sell and manage
property on commis
sion. Collect rents.
Room 4, Mitchell fc Lynde Vug.
IF YOU WISH ANY
THING IX THIS LINE
We have a
Nice line of Hardware.
And s complete line of
mixeu house and floor
paints, white lead, lin
seed oil, etc
1610 Third avenue.
ing, Binding, Etc.
Agents to sell otrr Mw book. Dktiosabt rr
rmo dear Eistvbt, by Prof J. FrakN
Jam ram. Needed I y every teacher pacil a d
family ; tndore t-y i-rea and public. Ami
sel 10 looks per wek. Pa. cental aceaia will
pnw aamw. nr.
. rrniTAjt ftbushino oa.
1615-1617 Second Ave.
Loves a Winner
And KRELL & MATH'S Ice
Cream and Fruit Ices are
sure winners, consequently
the World Lores
KRELL & MATH'S
A problem like this is too
caeJ give us another one.
We want you to try a Brick,
Melon or Pyramid of our Ice
Cream or Fruit Ice for your
party or reception and we
will guarantee you that- yoa
will be well repaid by having
your company pleased.
FINE CANDIES AND
1716 and 1718 Second At.
Hot Coffee, Tea, Chocolate
or Oysters served at any
Mc In tyre-Reck Dry Goods co.
Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns the best in the world.
la the order of the day. January clearane sales ira in hill blast. Our
stock nnst be reduced tef jre Inventory. Price-haameTing and poonfl
ing will do it aa aothlng else will, lloae can be sired aa yoa never
saved it before. Prices have gone to pieces.
At p'ecee handsome alt wool mlitore. bright, new goods,
wor vk 45, SO. 57 and Sic, any and all at S. for gs.t5 anvoD ran bow
re (Tire a warm, stylish dress, which heretofore would hare coat aa kiarb
S per rect discount f.-oratho prices of a lot of beautiful sl'k rem
nants, man of which had ben already marktd down htavily fro the
early reset a prices. The discount is .3 per cent.
At neatly redured prices, really half or less, we off r the accumula
tion of drev foods remnants of the pst season. Many a choice plum
will be found oa our remnant counters, an4 as there will be a rash for
the above offerings we advise an early Icspecttrn
At lie- we offer specially for this asle a good SOe Siieita In slate only,
while U lasts the price ra 14
They have co moved fast enongh to si it as. Move tMs week they
most, and will tf price and quality wii do It We hare divided our en
tire Comfort stock from $1 .Ml down Into three lots.
At 5-.C Comforts which were 3. SS, 43 and 48e, while they last the
price i rc.
At 49c 1 he Comforts t ss. 6 and Tic, price fills to 4!!:.
At 9;c-(aalitiee at Si 19, 1 ssanri el S. It makes no money for us,
but it does for you, ana the price is STc.
Beside these we wii: have lots at f 1.25, SI.S3 and f 1.5&. each and every
comforter in which Is much below the usual price. Keep warm. Yea
can all jrd to now.
A aale of Ilonrekm-pers Linens of Importance to every rarefn. saving
housewife. We offer oar entire stork of well selected Sco'rS. Irish and
tiemaa table damask, in bleached and cream at Greatly reenred price.
The red figure have done ihelr work aad tell the tale. Every red DC 1km
m rked In the plainest of Smires. A neat earn will represent the saving
to each custorn'r in ttii depar.nveut akme. Nankins, towels and crash
come ia for their abate of rednctioa, aad It will my to buy a seas Ob's
supply bow as these prices will not remain after this aale.
Cloaks and Furs.
Very s't-active prices prevail In our cloak departments to reduce
stock. Prices have been severelv rut and there Is a good select ion to
choose from. As a special nier for ihie aale we offer per cent dis
count on fura for this week only.
More additiona to our f'.SS lice of Jacksts, values np to $9 go at one
price, 1 vs.
At Tic sn dosen pood '.Or Corsets, In white acd dr b. fAc.
At c Water color and Itchinc. nicely framed, price to close la
At Sr Tce Wool racinators. W. 3S and 48c kind, only Sc .
At Ac A good line of elegant Bound Toilet Soap, worth 10 aad tV,
At Vic Per box pnre milled Toilet Soip, worth that moth per cuke,
price for three rakes, 10c.
At 4c-For No. i, a otw lot of nice all tl'k Omsgra'n Ribbon, sstia
edge, in food line of colors. No. 5 4c ; Mo. T. 6S; Nos. and li, be; No.,
lb slid 44, 111 yaid. Price, are 10. 8, c and 4c.
AtS'vca Yard l.Mkj ysnis good fra-U. fnp it np ql'ck, price
Price nouiding. price reduction in all deartmenta. Do not fail to
attend this tale. Hem.ro her that wa can m-.nUon but a few cf the
many reductions here.
Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 1711 Second avenue. Rock Island.
Rare Bargains :
We have 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. HUCK3TAEDT
Terms Of payment easy. 1809-1811 Second Avenue.
H. & l(. Wish You a Happy New Year :
And by giving strict attention to their advertising space during the year we will add to your prosperity as well.
It must be conceded that prosperity is in many ways essential to happiness, thus we hope to lend our mite to
ward making y happy by adding to your prosperity. In o'ir.determination to increase our sales for '95 over
all preceding years w realize the necessity of tempting the purchasing public, so here's
Happiness and Prosperity.
Men' Milts and Overcoats at
Boys9 Knits and Overcoats at
Heavy Underwear at - -Gloves
and Mittens at - - -Shirts
and Waists at - -
Men's Working Pants at 47c, 57c, 680 and 8c.
Men's All Wool Cassimere Pants marked from $3.98 to 12.50
Men's Fine Worsted Pants marked from $5 to 2.50.
Men's Cassimere Pants marked from 2.50 to $1.50
Prosperity Makers In Shoes.
The balance of our stock of Men's Slippers go at HALF PRICE.
Shoes left, all smalLsizes, also going at HALF PRICE.
Big Seduction in Children's and Misses Shoes.
f 3 quality of Cork soles marked down to $1.93
$4 Patent Leather Shoes, latest agony, marked down to $2.75
$6.50 Patent Leather Shoes marked down to $4.50
There are about six hundred pairs of Ladies'
Oar $7 quality of Men' Cork Sole Shoes marked down to $5
Our line of Men's Cordovan Shoes, the kind other dealers sell for $5 to $2.50
$5 quality of Cork Soles marked down to $3.75
The genuine Boston Robbers and Orershoes, the best and most celebrated line made, with these, like everything else bought from ns, brings
prosperity and happiness to the purchaser.
No matter what
Swell yonr pane by assisting ns to swell our sales. Cnr sales for '95 must and will be increased OTer all preceding years,
prices others quote we do better Underselling everybody in everything erery time.