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THE ABGUfl, FBI DAT FEBRUARY 1, 1895.
Leaf lard at Giimore'a.
Good skating at ball park.
Wax candies at Mancker's.
Dressed chickens at Long's.
Winter seems to be in dead earnest.
Get your wax candles at Mancker's.
Don't forget to call for A Star 1
Strictly fresh eggs and butter at
Wax candles for tomorrow at
Dressed turkeys and chickens at
For a good smoke at 5 cents call
for A Star 1.
Fresh vegetables of all kinds at
H ess Bros'.
Aid. William Roth is back from
his nothern trip.
Boy yonr wax candles at Shields'
for Candlemas day.
Soft and brilliant Morey incan
descent gaslight burner.
Tomorrow is Candlemas day; buy
your candles at Shields'.
Fancy eating apples, bananas and
Flarida oranges at Long's.
The A Star 1 cigar is the best 5
cent smoke in the market. -
The largest skating park ' in the
three cities at the ball park.
Don't fail to read Jackson A Hurst s
ad. if you have money to invest.
None better for 5 cents than the A
Star 1. Ask your dealer for them.
'Phone E. B. McKown for crushed
coke, hard wood, dry kindling, coal.
Naval oranges, choice eating ap
ples, Catawba and Malaga grapes at
Inquire at 119-121 Seventeenth
street for the best and cheapest gas
There seems to be an unnecessary
delay in formally beginning the
Henry Carse, John Crubaugh and
Capt. David Tipton went up to Chi
cago this morning.
Best skirt cambric 31 cents a yard
with dress goods at Mclntyre-Keck
Co's. for tomorrow.
Tomorrow will settle everything.
His groundhogship is due to make
his annual appearance.
It will soon be a fashion generally
observed to wear a thermometer on
the outside of the overcoat.
Thirty thousand dollars to loan on
real estate. Reidy Bros., room 4,
Mitchell & Lynde building.
The Morey gaslight burner, better
than electricity. Rock Island Heat
ing & Plumbing Co., agents.
Swell body cutters at wholesale
prices at Rock Island Buggy compa
ny, corner urst avenue ana Mxieemn
James P. Valbv, of Chicago, and
Miss Ella J. Roth, of San Francisco,
were married yesterday by Justice
H. A. Weld at his office.
Remember, Baker & Housman will
be found at their new store, corner
of Nineteenth street and Second ave
nue on and after Feb. 1
Saturday, last day of the great re
duction dress goods sale at juciniyre-
Reck Co's 29 cents. 39 cents, 49
cents, 69 cents, 89 cents.
When in need of a plumber, call
on Slattery & Lamp. Jobbing work
promptly attended to. Corner Fourth
avenue and Seventeenth street.
Fine residence lots on Twentieth,
Twenty-first and Twenty-second
streets for sale on easy terms.
adv. M. M. Sturgeon
Prof. Clendenin's juvenile dancing
class, including tbose cniiaren oe
tween S and 6 years old. will meet at
the Standard rooms at 10 o'clock to
This evening at the Y. M. C A
auditorium, Hannibal A. Williams
gives his select Shakespearean re
cital, the comedy, "The Winter's
Tale," being the subject.
The skating party to have been
iriven at Twin-City ball park this
evening by the Thirty club has been
postponed until some evening next
week owing to the severity of the
The court house building commit
tee of the county board is in session
this afternoon to consider the date of
Calling the board together. Chairman
Collins being present.
A large audience was again pres
ent at the Christian church last
evening. The subject of the dis
course this evening will be "Loyalty.'
Several will be baptised after the
Twentv-nine cents, 39 cents, 49
Highest Honors World' Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE
A mm Grace Cream of Tartar Powder. Fiat
from Ammonia. Aiumcranyothai aifuHi
40 YEARS THE STANDARD. -
cents. 69 cents. 89 - cents are tne
magic prices which are melting Mclntyre-Keck
Co's. dress goods stock
away so rapidly. Saturday is the
last day of this sale.
Tha store, hardware and plumbing
firm of Baker at Housman would e
pleased to see their friends at the r
new and mack larger quarters on the
corner of Nineteenth street and Sec
ond avenae on and after Feb. 1.
Louis Mohr, through his attorneys.
. M. Sturgeon and C. B. Marshall.
commenced proceedings in the cir
cuit court asking a divorce from his
wife, whom he married a few months
ago. Mohr charges her with adult
Landlord W. U. Negus, of the
Rock Island hou.se, has been making
some attractive improvements in the
annex to the hotel, remodeling, en
larging and beautifying the card
rooms, which are now very comforta
ble and pleasant.
A R. I. & P. switchman and a
brakeman on the Rock Island en
gaged in a fistic encounter last night,
the battle being the outcome of a
little misunderstanding. No one
seems to be able to give a correct re
port of the outcome of the fight
bo got tne worst 01 it. unaonot-
edly the switchman did, as his oppo
nent weighs about ziu pounds and
stands 7 feet sockless.
Several of the members of the
German Soldier" company stopped
at the Rock Island house last night.
When the time came to settle their
bill this morning they were minus
the necessary wherewith and refused
to settle. The police were notified
to assist the landlord in compelling
them to make a satisfactory adjust
ment. An amicable settlement was
reached before the authorities ar
Mrs. Margaret Cleland. sister of
Mrs. R. Crampton. of this city, died
yesterday morning at Pierce, Neb.,
aged 60 years. Three children, two
sons and a daughter, are left besides
the bereaved husband. V. J. Cleland,
together with three sisters and two
brothers: Mrs. Benjamin Whitsitt,
Preemption; Mrs. R. Crampton. Rock
Island; Mrs. Harte, Philadelphia;
John Betty, of this county, and
James Betty, of Hazelton, Kan. The
remains will be brought bere for in
terment, arriving tomorrow, and the
funeral will take place from tne resi
dence of Mr. Crampton Sunday.
A soldier in the ordnance depart
ment of the regular army, stationed
at Rock Island arsenal, recently ap
plied for membership in Stewart
camp of Modern Woodmen of Moline.
According to tbe laws 01 tne oraer.
he was told that he was barred from
membership. However, his applica
tion was referred to the head consul
and directors, and this reference has
resulted in an order that soldiers in
the ordnance department of the reg.
ular army may be received into tne
order on signing a waiver by which
their heirs are not to receive tbe
death benefit or insurance should
such members die in battle, or from
results of wounds received in battle.
is the truthful, startling title of a
book about No-To-Bac. the harm
less, guaranteed tobacco habit cure
that braces np nicotinized nerves.
eliminates the nicotine poison.
makes weak men gain strength,
vigor and manhood. Yon run no
physical or financial risk, as No-To-
Bac is sold by T. H. Thomas under a
guarantee to cure or money re
funded. Book free. Address Ster
ling Remedy Co., New York or Chi.
All brothers of Noble lodge. No. 1 ;
Island City lodge. No. 4, and Ger
mania lodge. No. 6. are requested to
meet at their hall Friday evening.
Feb. 1, at 7:30 p. m., sharp, to hear
State Deputy Grand Master Work
man Robert Rexdale.
By orderof the committee.
THi daily abgcb dilivxrbd attocb
door every erentn for 10 pat week.
OST-A BIAVER LRPT BAND GLOVK.
Li Suitable reward will be ffeiel for it return
to this oflce.
09T A SCOTCH TERRIER PCP. RETURN
I to J. If. Schaab and rectlve reward 1601
WANTED PLACKTOOOOKNBKAL HOUE
work. Desire, to aletn aft hon. Annl
(721 Xighlh-andVa-hall avenue.
WANTED-CITT SAtESMAtt OP GOOD AD
drew: mast ome well recommended:
food position with largest nursery home In
America. Brown Brothers' Company, Chicago.
WANTED A CAPABLE. ENERGETIC, RE
liable Tonne man. with from S&00 to SI. 000
cash, capital, to open a branch of onr bnsines in
Rock Island. Best of referencee reqalred. If
yon hare tbe money and want a legitimate, pleas
ant offiee business, send as your references and
stste what bneiners experience yon have bad.
Address, U. w. Borland, sis Wabaab avenue, chi-
A "Singular" Costume.
Thcv were standing on a street cor
ner waiting for a car. She was Ameri
can; he was English. She delighted in
proclaiming the glories of this new
world, but he only elevated his beastly
nose and answered every remark with
that irritating phrase, "In tbe old coun
While they were waiting a pair of
bicyclers, a man and a woman, wheeled
by. The woman was dressed decidedly
"up to data"
"Aw!" the Englishman remarked.
The girl looked in surprise. "Do you
mean the woman in bloomers?"
"Yes, bnt in the old country, ye
know, we call em knickerbockers.
Miss America hardly knew how to
answer his know it all manner. She felt
it would bo rndo to change the conver
sation too abruptly, so she simply said.
"By the way, do you call 'a pair of
knickerbockers' singular or plural?"
The Englishman glanced after the re
treating bicyclers. "Plural," he said,
is applied to men, but in tbe case of
women singular. "Boston Budget
la the Vara Irnslswea.
Two years ago Clara and Ethel were
of the alumna? of the normal school.
Both were engaged to be married, and
they parted with mutual hopes for fu
ture happiness. Kecently they met and
flew into each other's arms.
"Oh. Clara, I am so harpy I Fred is
so good to me. '
"And I, Ethel, am happy and have
a lovely hubby, and he has a splendid
income. He's junior member of the firm
of Hustle, Catchum & Co. What is
your hubby's business?"
"Oh, Fred is in the yarn business!"
"He is a manufacturer, then?"
"Oh, no; he's a country editor!"
Ridgewood (N. J. ) News.
Berlosuly sme e fysirtan.
Hevskpis, Ills., Feb. 1. Amos S.
BickeL a physician prominent in social
and church circles living at Florid, asmal
village four miles east of this place, l
shot and probably fatally wouuded by
William M. Simmons at Simmons' home,
three miles north of Florid. The woman
in the case is Simmons wife.
X Glewe Contests at ClacansaU.
CnrcrssATI, Feb. L Mayor Caldwell
in an interview said that any professional
prizefighter coming here would be sent to
the workhouse. He has made np his
mind to stop glove contests between pro
fessionals. It will be permitted between
resident members of athletic clubs who
have a regular occupation.
Tax CwUeeewt Katie.
The taxes for 1894 are now due and
payable at the county treasurer's of
fice in the court house. Tax payers
should bring last year's tax receipts
and avoid delay in searching for
descriptions. ' J. u. ttnD,
K YOU IS HEED?
want a cook
Want a part nee
Want a eltnaUoe.
Want to rant rooms
Want a (errant girl
Want to sell a farm
Want to sell a bonne
Want to exchange annJMntT
Want to sell household roods
Want to make any real estate loans
Want to sell or trade for anything
Want to and customers for anything
USB TBKSE COLCmKS.
Up To Date.
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
leaving Rock Island February
14th. Why not join this excur
sion to the land of
Sunshine and Flowers,
where the climate is a composite
of all delightful months. We
can insure you an enjoyable
trip over the most picturesque
routes in a Pullman Tourist
sleeper- under the personal
charge of J. C. Rasmussen.
The cars being under our con.
trol, the traveler is secured
against objectionable company.
over-crowding and relieved from
all anxiety regarding details of
the journey, every attention be
ing given to the
Comfort and Pleasure
of passengers. The excursions
have a two-fold object, first to
carry people to the garden spot
of this country; second, if this
decent from desolate winter into
rosy June delights the traveler,
we are prepared to show lands in
the Santa Clara Valley, ranging
in price from f 65 to $100 per
acre, of which any 20 acre patch
will yield a royal income when
planted with olives, prunes, etc.
etc. Terms of sale one-fourth
down, balance on or before six
years, or if you prefer, $10 per
month until paid. We make a
rebate on railroad tickets to all
purchasers of land. For further
particulars apply to
J. C. RASliUSSEU
. or REIDY BROS,
ROCK ISLAM D, ILL.
Rubber Stamps. '
ing, Binding, Etc
T. H THOMAS, Druggist sad Op-
.yee hum itm oi efearg.
Krery rUS WIKXIXTD by
TCLLEY ft CI
1615-1617 Second Ave.
Put up in fancy Doxes for
fine trade at prices that are
way down. Don't forget
that we put np all our own
fancy box candies and that
you will be sure of getting
Fresh and Pure Candies
when you buy them from
KRELL & MATH.
Isn't all alike, though most
folks would say so, there are
different grades. It's a
small thing but wa are care
ful about it. If there are
two qualities we always get
the better one for our trade.
Home Hade Candies
d 1718 Seeond At.
We want yon to call and see
the finest line of Candies in
Mclntyre-Reck py Goods co.
Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns the best In the world
Pushing Things All Along the Line.
A mighty movement of Dress Gaods, the largest Rock
Island has tree seem, takes place this week. One grand, f nil
effort for this, the week before Inventory. Sever before in Rock
Island's dry goods history has any merchant attempted what we
are about to do. yoa will not again bay so much for so little
Unmatchable Values Prices Cut to Pieces.
This week we place on sale our ENTIRE DRESS
GOODS 8TO( K of 7SS pieces and patterns, absolutely none re
eenred, at bnt Fire fricts:
29c, 39c, 49c, 69c, 89c
Former prices have not been allowed to interfere Cut by as
Means a Deep, OeneieeCai, and tomirt this sale is simply to
mt.p the frrea e.t money savins: opportunity the people of lbs
vicimtr ever ha. To make tbts event doubly interesting we will
place on sale over 50 pieces of elegant, new food. receivid late
last week and they go at these same special cut price :
99c, 39c, 49c, 69c, 89c.
Pa -in tbe week we will sell tbe best kid esmbrlc, with par
chases of dress goods, at SHc a yard.
The New Embroideries.
This week we place on the Embroidery Counters onr
entire ear'y tmpor'mtkms of the Mew Imbrotdertee freak from
tbe New York Cestoei Dona. Several weeks ao we practically
dosed out our entire stock of Old Embroideries, so base atalag
to cCer bat whit it handsome, clean and new. Dont corns pre
lared to see old patterns, bnt entirely new and dainty effects la
Irish Point Edgings. Inserting and Hitched Seta, the new
Cta ay and St. Etieane Patterns and then of the latest aad
most Dorel ideas of the canning embroiderer's art. AH en
There is nothing so nice or so tempting as an oppor
tnnit) tobaTembroie:iesben they are dalaty and amrasa
pled. When we say the prices are
Special For This Event,
very low, lower in fact than erer before known for each
qua'iths, and lower than tbey will be after tbe present par
chase is gone, it adds a doable temptation, quite irtsalstabls
Come in This Week
whether yoa wmh to purctase or not. It la a pletsare to show
sncb goods, and there are thousands of yards of nothing bat
what is handsome and new.
Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 1711 Second avenue. Rock Island.
In Our Stock
You will find our goods all fresh and clean,
and first class in every respect. Not being
an exclusive Furniture and Carpet house
BUT COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS,
We are able to sell you Furniture, Carpets,
Stoves, Refrigerators, Crockery ware, Lamps
and Baby Carriages at a much less price
than those who depend only on furniture
and carpet sales. For anything you want
for the house come to us. We can please
you and save you money.
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT
We close at6:?0 evenings
1809-1811 Second Avenue.
Greatly Reduced Prices
Gloves and Mens.
CORK SOLE SHOES
BIGGEST BARGAINS ON EARTH AT