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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5. 1895.
Leaf lard at Gilmore's.
Good skating at ball park.
Dressed poultry at Hess Bros'.
Get some 10-cent music at Taylor's
The matchless Gorman s tonight.
Don't forget the music at Taylor's.
Don't forget to call for A Star 1
The Gormans in the Gilhooly's to-
Catawba and Malaga grapes at
Hess Bros .
For a good smoke at 5 cents call
lor A Mar 1.
Albert Dauber's condition is im
The A Star 1 cigar is the best 5-
cent smoke in the market.
Don't fail to read Jackson & Hurst s
ad. if you hare 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.
The Gormans in the "Gilhoolvs
Abroad" at Harper's theatre tonight.
Lettuce, oyster plant, parsley,
cauliflower and celery at Hess Bros".
Capt. David Tipton, Henry Carse
and John Crnbaugh have returned
One month trial free. Tuition 5
per month. Tri-City Business Col
Charles Adams left this morning
for Asheville, N. C, to join his wife,
who is visiting there.
Frohman's charming comedy.
The Girl I Left Behind Me," is to
be presented at Harper's theatre Sat.
Simon Pells went to Chicago this
morning to join his wife and daugh
ter this evening on their return from
a visit at Williamsport, Pa.
Members of Painters' Union, 181,
are requested to meet at the hall
Friday night, Feb. 8; important bus
iness. By order of secretary.
Fine residence lota on Twentieth,
Twenty-first and Twenty-second
streets for sale on easy terms. See
adv. M. M. Sturgeon, attorney at
Trinity Improvement guild will
meet on Wednesday afternoon at the
resilience of Mrs. Donahue. 2"i02
Kighth avenue. A full attendance is
Mr. and Mr?. H. B. Sudiow left
this morning for a month's sojourn
in Mexico. They were accompanied
as far as St. Louis by Mr. and Mrs.
The Gormans arc mirth-makers,
amusement-creators ami comedy-originators.
You have sen them in
the past in black faces. Sec them in
new roles this evening.
The embroidery sale at McCabe
Bros, has proven a'rogular booni. The
superior assortment anj the very low
prices are being talked about as
quite the gossip of the time.
John B. Wells has announced his
candidacy for alderman of the
Seventh ward. He should have
waited a little longer, at least, and
given the snow a chaiit-e to chase
The merchants of Davenport will
give a promenade ball at the Grand
opera house tomorrow night, and for
the accommodation of those attending
from Rock Island a car will leave the
Grand opera liou-e for Rock Island
at 2 o'clock a. m.
William Hess, father of our hus
tling young grocers, Hess Bros., has
rented his farm in Rural township.
which he has conducted for the past
20 years, and will retire from active
life. He has leased a home on
Brasher street. South Bock Island.
where together with his wife, mother.
daughter and brother, he will reside.
The spattered and soiled ribbons
are meeting with a rapid sale at Mc
Cabe Bros.' The corsets which were
hardly wet at all, but which were
more or less mussed and soiled by
hasty removal, will be placed on sale
Thursday; many of them atone-half
and one-third of former prices: bar
gains sure, bargains plenty, Thurs
day, 'J o clock.
Supervisors Rinck. Wilson. Powell.
Case, Oberg. Edging-ton and Ford,
accompanied by "Expert" Collins,
left .this morning for Monmouth,
Geneva, Galesburg and Chicajro, in
search of individual information on
the court house construction which
may enable them to furnish addi.
tional suggestions prior to the erec
tion of the new county building.
State Grand Master Kexdalo met
with Noble lodge. No. 1. A. O. U. W.,
last evening, when an unusual at
tendance was present. Mr.Rexdale
made an interesting talk on tho ben
cfits and rood of the ordor. which
elicited the closest attentiou of his
Highest Honors World's Pair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
Iran Ammonia, Aiirmof nyourauiun
hearers. Brief responses were made
oy several 01 the local members. By
a vote Noble lodge decided to work
under an open charter for the next
60 days, during which time both de.
grees will be conferred at a very low
admission fee. Mr. Kexdale ad
dresses the Island C.tv meeting
The memorial service conducted
at the Christian chapel in hon
or of the late P. L. Mitchell,
the church's great benefactor.
were impressive and attended by
a large gathering of relatives and
friends of the departed. The altar
was appropriated decorated, and the
pew so long occupied by the de
ceased was draped in monrning and
evergreens. Kev. T. . Grafton
preached a fitting discourse in which
he outlined the honorable business
traits, generosity, and love of
church, which were so characteris
tic of the deceased.
The ladies of the Broadwav church
have engaged Mrs. Genevora John
ston Bishop, the mbst noted soprano
singer of Chicago, to give a concert
at Harper's theatre, Monday, Feb.
is. Mrs. Bishop is a pupil of Mme.
La Grange, of Paris, and William
Shakespeare, of London, and her
coming will be hailed with delight
oy me musicians 01 the three cities
who know of the remarkable range,
sweetness and rare evenness of her
voice. She sings with an almost
faultless articulation, every word be
ing distinctly understood, and this
can be said of but few other great
singers. Mrs. Murphv. Mrs. Mc
Cabe, Miss Witter and Dr. C. K. Mc
Candless. of Davenport, will assist in
the concert. 1 be prices of tickets
are but 50 and 75 cents.
John McDonald, residing on Third
avenue between Twenty-second and
Twenty-third streets, was arrested
last night while in the act of stealing
coal from C, B. & Q. cars, near the
waterworks. Magistrate Schroeder
bound him over to the circuit court
this morning under a charge of lar
William Dvle was fined f.5 and
costs this morning by Magistrate
Schroeder. Bill had not indulged for
several months until yesterday, when
he broke loose and go' on one of those
Indian-like loads. .Naturally. Wil
liam is a peaceable old gentleman,
but when be gets a little too much
snake-weed extract the clouds of
trouble commence to hover over his
borne. Last night Bill made things
so unpleasant for his family that the
authorities had to be summoned to
bis home on Second avenue to take
him in charge.
la the Wrong Car.
A passenger on an up town electric
car bad reached her street and wanted
to get ont. The car was full of people
standing in the aisle, and as she thread
ed her way they moved closer together
to let her pass. Sho had nearly reached
tho door when she stumbled and ielL
Another passenger who got ont at the
same street had just left her scat, and
into this the woman who stumbled fell
heavily on her face. She at once rose
and looked for the obstruction and saw
that it was a large sample case.
"A nice idea," she said angrily, "to
put a great thing like that in the mid
dle of the car for people to fall over.
I've sprained my wrist striking on the
car when I fell over it"
"Perhaps yon think I should stand np
and hold it," sneered a man who was
comfortably seated, while a dozen wo
"No, sir; I think yon should ride in
a cattle car," said the angry woman as
she escaped with ber life and looked
daggers after the retreating car.- De
troit Free Press
Should be used in attempting to cure
that verv disagreeable disease, ca-
tarrn. as catarrn originates in im
purities in the blood, local applies
tions can do no permanent good
The common sense method of treat
ment is to purify the blood, and for
this purpose there is no preparation
superior to Hood s barsaparilla.
Hood's pills cure constipation by
restoring peristaltic action te the
Fair today, probably followed by
light snow tonight or Wednesday
growing warmer, though the temper
at ure will be zero again tonight.
Today's temperature, zero.
F. J. Waz. Observer.
Dr. mm Mwm. Crater Dtea the H Tit- 1
Dr. and Mrs. G. L. Eyster enter,
tained the medical staff of St. An.
thony's hospital in a most pleasant
manner at their inviting home, 1109
Second avenue last evening. There
were present in addition to the host
and hostess, Drs. Plummer, Craig,
Carter, Barth, Hollowbnsh. Comegys,
Sala. and Hall, of Rock Island, and
Sloan. Myer and Kerns, of Moline.
After the board had held its regular
monthly meeting, adjournment was
taken to the first Monday in March.
Then the physicians sat down to a
course dinner which was a most
elaborate affair, prepared and served
with exquisite taste not excelled in
Rock Island before.
six cents a can by using the
new Horsford's Baking
Powder, because it requires
less quantity than any other.
RR YOU IN NED?
Wact a conk
Warn a uarUier
Want a eitaauon
Want to rent room
Want a servant prl
Want to Bell a farm
Want to Fell a honor
Want to escbanpe anythlopr
Want to rell household icoodn
Want to make any real estate loans
Want tn Mil or trade for anyihlnff
Want to flad customers for anything
TJSB THKSS COLUMNS.
1HK DAILY AROl'S DBLTVKRBD ATYOCR
. door every eve ni nc for 10c per week.
;oKAI,B -A WA NITT OFFICE DESK. IX
qnlre 111 9 Second av-nue.
WANTRD A COMPFTHTSTGITtLFOI GES
eral housework at T'-tf Twcnty-flr-t sir. O'-
W ANTED CITY SALESMAN OP GOOII AI
drew; mnl c -ros well reco mmended;
eond poeitlon wi h lareest nnrm ry In ure in
America. Brown Bp'Uiers' Company, Chicago.
The Modern Invalid
lias tastes medicinally, in keeping
with other luxuries. A remedy must
be pleasantlv acceptable in form.
purely wholesome in composition.
truly licnelicial in effect and entirely
free from every objectionable qual
ity. If reallv til be consults a uhv
sieian; if coustipatcd he uses the
gentle family laxative Syrup of Figs.
One of tho Elba Victims.
Lowestoft, Eng., Feb. a. The fishing
smack Veruna has landed here the body
of Friedrichs Ernst of Madgcburg, Prus
sia, ono of the drowned passengers of the
Elbe, and some mail bags, one of which
was marked "Stockholm." The body of
Ernst presented a shocking appearance
with the hwdi clenched across the chest
and the mouth wide open. The body was
found forty-live miles southeast of this
Said hacdMm Tr.m to railing Kelt.
"Where did yoa find that mystic Si e!l
That hovers rooatl your every smile.
And would my terobirr heart beguile ?
Vootk hugbins Ne! , Ton sill) Boy,
In Sox dont, tha c.eam f j jr."
SEVENTY-FIVE DOLLAR A WEEK PAID
t iadi- and genie to eil the Kavid Iirh
Wa-hr Washes ind itr.e them in two nvn
ntes wthout wettirajiho hand. Ne expert-nee
nees-ary: sel! at aieh : pennarrnt D"hinn.
Addr.'iM W. V IUrrii-cn Co.. Clerk No. 14.
WANTED A CAPABLE. EXEKOETiC, ER
liable young man, with from tsna to il.UJO
ear-h, capital, to open a braneh of our Duinvs in
hock i-iana. tse?t or n-rerence require!, ir
you bare the money and waut a legitimate, pleas
ant oince buin-, rend u. your references and
state wnat himne- exnerter.co yon have had.
Address, t. w. Borland, S13 Wubau avenue, Chi
7 Per Cent Loans.
as sirs as
The following is a partial
list of completed gilt-edged
first mortgage loans on hand,
which we offer for sale, sub
ject to previous selections,
for their face and accrued
interest. These loans have
been carefully selected by
us. and are first-class in
every respect. They are all
7 per cent net to the inves
tor. We have many other
loans to offer, n these are
not in amounts to suit the
600 . 7
The securities we offer are
especially adapted for the
investment oi savings and
trust funds, as our norsnnal
attention to all the details of
the loan, from its date to its
maturity, relieves the hold
er from all annovance excent
to present his coupon to us
for collection; For further
information call at the of
JACKSON & HURST,
GEO. F. ROTH, gQp Depart meet.
SEE CII.1 AS III YC'JTU !
M BF 1 k
Ida Peter., 8 yrars old, was shot ana
killed by Almnh Bucket miller, aged It,
w i the SMutfC-tP- anluaded pistol at Chi-cgt
TlCSt WORD ERF UL LEBtCS
. Are the -e H of rears of sclent! lie tnwu
ImentiDg and are now placed, owing to
their superiority, preeminently aboveavery
tumg heretofore produced in this line.
Thyareacksnwledcretl by expts to b
the finest and most perfectly eonstrneted
Lenses aKMK, and are peculiarly adapted
to correcting the vari on ssaal ini perfec
tions. A trial of the OHiSTJua Wni c iqT aoe
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
1615-1617 Second Ave.
Tut up in fancy ooxes for
fine trade at prices that are
way down. Don't forget,
that we put up 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 we arc care
ful about it. If there are
two qualities we always get
the better one for our trade.
Heme Hade Candies
Mclntyre-lReck Dry Goods co.
Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns the best in the world
Invoicing", but not too busy to sell a lot of goods. From
time to time, as We come across stocks which need
reducing, we shall throw ont choice merchandise at
Deeply Cut Prices, and a good many people will se
cure desirable articles very cheap.
Throwing away Jackets at 98c- it seems a shame to
doit. There are about 80 in the lot, but they are in
onr way and they go at 98c. Prices hare been np to $S.
MAGIC figures will cause a revolution in the Cloak
Department this week. We made the price for Satur
day only, but it was so good a thing that it goes this
Any Jacket, from 914 to $20, 9-99.
Any Jacket, from 3 to 111. 15.55.
Any Jacket, from $4.50 to 16. f3.S3.
There is an end to the quantity, and early comers
will get the persimmons. .
WE GOT STUCK on Eiderdown Flannels this year,
that's the reason we are -willing to let them out at
75c fancy Eiderdowns, S9c.
48c plain Eiderdowns, 27 J c.
So one will deny that these are cheap.
An Overstock of Ladies' Muslin Drawers they were
57c, 62e and 68c; they are, your choice. 45c.
THEY MUST GO Fascinators and Hoods we mean.
All those which sell for $1. $1.25 and I1.S5 fell in the
way of the price cntter, and as he has no mercy, they
will keep you warm at only 69c.
SKIRTS The all wool, flannel kind, we're been get
ting 1 for up to Saturday night; the buzz saw struck
the price, and while they last they will be 49c.
NIGHTGOWNS For misses, made stylishly and well
of the best Tennis Flannel, the flannel in them alone is
worth 75c, yon can have what yoa want at 49c.
BRUSSELS RUGS The imitations, not the real,
don't look quite so well, but then they cost only one
third as much and wearas well:
Size 22x48. 57c.
Size 80x72, 93c.
They're rather cheap at these prices, and yon onght
to secure a few.
BLANKET BARGAINS Better investigate.
REMNANTS The remnant tables will be centers of
attraction for bargain hunters. The saving is half,
Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 171 1 Second avenue, Rock Island.
1716 and 1718 Second At.
We want yon to call and see
the finest line of Candies in
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 at 6:30 evenings. 1809-1811 Second Avenue.
Grea tly Reduced Prices
Gloves and Mens.
CORK SOLE SHOES.
BIGGEST BARGAINS ON EARTH AT
For sale by T. H. THOMAS, Drag
gist and optician.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.