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"THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9. 1895.
Leaf lard at GHmore's.
The Girl I Left Behind Me."
' Paper dolls new stock at Taylor'.
Masks of all kinds at C. C. Tay
Don't forget to call fur A Star
For a good smoke at 5 cents call
for A Star 1.
The Girl I Left Behind Me" at the
Good skating at ball park this af
ternoon and evening.
Wait for the sociable before pur-
cnasing your valentines.
The A Star' 1 cigar is the best 6-
cent smoke in the market.
Go to the ball park skating rink
tnis evening ana tomorrow.
See "The Girl I Left Behind Me"
at Harper's theatre tonight.
Hear the Misses Cole on their ci
nets at the valentine sociable.
Supervisor James Britton, of An
dalusia, was in the city today.
Stop in and get some 10-cent mu
sic for Sunday at C. C Taylor's.
Don't fail to read Jackson ft Hurst
ad. if you have money to invest.
Deputy Collector Lamont's receipts
for the week amount to 1779.27.
New stock of crepe and tissues, all
colors of the rainbow, at Taylor's.
None better for 5 cents than the A
Star 1. Ask your dealer for them.
'Phone E. B McKown for crushed
ooke, hard wood, dry kindling, coal.
The meeting of the W. R. C & S.
is to lie held Tuesday instead of Fri
Carpets, carpets, carpets arriving
in large quantities at U. O. Huck
staedt's. Capt. John Strcckfus and B. Win
ter have returned from their Ken.
Buy a Buck's wrought steel range
at G. O. Huckstaedt's and have peace
In the family.
One month trial free. Tuition 15
per month. Tri-City Business Col
You ran find the largest and best
assortment of children's carriages at
G. O. Huckstaedt's.
Ed. McDonald is back, after a 2
months' assignment in government
work at Galena. Wis.
The Frohman corned r success.
The Girl I Left Behind Me," at Har
per's theatre tonight.
No change of cars from tri-cities to
Texas, Colorado or California, via
the Rock Island route.
Art and decoration in crepe and
tissue paper 90 pages, latest edi
tion, 5 cents at Taylor's.
Call at C. K. I. & P. ticket office
for full particulars of low rate home
seekers' excursion of Feb. 12.
First class line of eleclric hells,
batteries and supplies cheap at
Charles Fiebig's, 1017 Third avenue,
at the old shop.
The monthly meeting of T. W. C.
T. U. will be held at the home of
Miss Josephine Phillips Monday
evening at 7:30.
Remember the valentine sociable
at the Kir.it Methodist church Tues
day evening. Supper from 6 to 8
o'clock for 25 cents.
Fine residence lots on Twentieth,
Twenty-first and Twenty-second
streets for sale on easy terms. See
adv. M. M. Sturgt-on, attorney at
The mercury went way down the
last few days, s- have the prices in
furniture, carpets, stoves, dishes and
general house furnishings at G. O.
Poor sewing machine needles and
oil ruin the machine. Get the best
only at the lowest prices at Charles
Fiebig's. the locksmith, at the old
shop, 1617 Third avenue.
You can repair your electric bell
yourself and save money by getting
the materia! for charging batterie.
and instrnctions at Charles Fiebig's.
the locksmith, 1617 Third avenue.
The funeral of William H. Snnley
will take place from the residence,
1127 Third avenue, at 2 o'clock to
morrow afternoon, and will be in
charge of Camp 30' M. W. A.
The second edition of the super
visors' special building committee,
which has been inspecting court
houes the past several days under
the direction of Chairman S. J. Col
lins, returned lat evening.
Charles Matthews, the hack driver,
and Nellie O-inan. a Davenport char
acter, were arrested by Chief Sexton
last evening for quarrelling on Sec
ond avenue. They each paid $3 and
costs this morning for disorderly con
duit. The Rock Island Ladies' Turning
Highest Honors World Pair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret
tram Ammonia, Aium or any etneraauuenna.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
society will give a fair at Turner ball
Feb. 9-13. An interesting program
will be presented each evening, with
warm supper Sunday evening, on the
afternoon of which day the fair will
be open. Admission 10 cents.
As noted in the official proceedings,
the city council last evening awarded
the contract for paving Thirtieth
street and Seventh avenue to II. L.
Wheelan, and Twelfth street to the
Edwards A Walsh Construction com'
pany, Galesbnrg brick to be used.
Do not trust a valuable sewing
machine to incompetent hands for
repairs. Fiebtg, the locksmith, who
will call for and deliver machines.
has had 25 years' experience in the
business, and warrants every ma
chine. 1617 Third avenue. Drop 1
postal or telephone.
Rev. Bailey, who has been in Rock
Island in the interest of the Nebraska
crop sufferers, left last night for
Kankakee. During the afternoon be
received additional subscriptions as
follows: J. f. weyernanser, f 10; A.
M. Blakesley. flO; r. C. Denkmann,
$10; T. B. Davis, 10; Frank Mixter.
10: Rev. W. S. Mriois. $10. This
makes a total of $138 50 contributed
by Rock Island, of which but $40 is
given on the loan plan.
Hon. George W. Van Home, post
master at Muscatine and editor of the
Muscatine News-Tribune, died there
yesterday, aged 62. He had been a
resident of Muscatine since 1855 and
was consul at Marseilles, France, nn
der President Lincoln. Returning
to tnis country, be accepted editorial
charge of a paper at Little Rock, but
in 1870 returned to Muscatine. He
had for a number of years been editor
of the News-Tribune, an independent
paper wnose inclinations are demo
cratic. He was appointed postmaster
at Muscatine May 10, 1893, by Presi
Rev. Dr. C. Perren will continue at
the First Baptist church during the
coming week preaching each even-
ng and addresses in the afternoons.
The subj -cts or the evenings will be:
Monday lhe Open Door or the
Latch-string Hangs On ;" Tuesday
the Woman Who Looked Back;
Wednesday "The Sick General;"
Thursday "The Happy Man; Is
There One on Earth?" Friday
'Cities of Refuge or the Spaniard
and the Moor." At the afternoon
services the topics will be: Mon
day "The Promises of God;" Tues
day "The Mory of Our Hymns;"
Wednesday "Saiictification, What
is It?" Thursday -Three Kinds of
Salvation;" Friday "A Talk With
ABOUT THE RAILROADS.
Island llaemlnlssfr Its Jiorwal
During the past week a little in
crease in freight business has offered
encouraging prospects to the em
ployes of the Kock Island road, who
some time ago were either discharged
or reduced to a less important posi
tion on account of an unusual dull
ness, and it is not at all improbable
that a few weeks will see it back to
its old condition of prosperity. Two
of the three engines housed and an
apportionate number of engineers,
firemen and crews which were af
fected, have already been replaced.
Eagtatrar lwr;'i Mishap.
Engineer John Leary, of the Rock
Island, met with an unfortunate and
painful accident at Ottawa yesterday
morning, falling from his engine and
fracturing his right wrist. Mr.
Leary 's engine was headed toward
Rock Island. In climbing into his
engine, which be bad left for a few
minutes, he lost bis foothold on the
icy step, and fell to the ground.
alighting on his right side. Mr.
i.earv came on to his home, corner
of Sixth avenue and Twenty-eighth
street, where Dr. Plummer attended
Car Clerk Kinsley Mack, of the
Q", is laid up with threat troubles.
Harry Cook, clerk at the C, B. &
Q., is confined to his home with ill
ness. Firemen William Sprague and Wil
liam Parker, of the C, R. I. & P., are
Engineers John Schofield, James
Smith and John Daly, of theC-, R. I.
& P., are taking a rest.
William Johnston's engine, the
591 on the Rock Island, is out of the
Davenport repair shops.
Dan Tucker i- again at the throttle
of the 937, which is out of the Rock
Island repair shops at Chicago.
E. H. Stokes and M. S. Giles, trav
eling pas-enger agents of the Lehigh
alley and Lake Shore roads, were in
The Burlington fast mail between
Creston and Council BlnfN has just
made a new record for a fl ing trip,
making 104 miles in 105 minutes.
There is nothing bogus about that
little streak of darkness under Fire-,
man Ed HefTernan's proboscis. Ex
pert investigation proves its genuine
According to a Chicago paper, the
C. E.I 4P. and R. 1. & P. roads
are accused bv eastern railroads of
deviating from freight rates in the
shipments of grain.
The remains of Sapt. H. A. White,
of the southwestern division of the
Rock Island, who died at Trenton
Mo., Thursday night, passed through
the city this morning en route to
New York for burial. Harry Fox. of
Des Moines, assistant superintendent
of the Iowa division, and T. B. Cook,
of Trenton, assistant superintendent
of the southwestern division, are
talked of as probable successors to
The A kg us, only 10c a week.
' ' Tb Sick.
Albert Dauber is reported improv
Miss Mabel Leonard, of South Rock
Island, continues to improve nicely
If of Pie rc saudl "Pellets" job take one or two
After calins J XT meal job but comfortably
With no dred areTisioa or trouble to folkxr.
TSerTe prompt regulators of matters interior;
As it- attch correctives they have no tnpeitnr;
Yet are harmless and mild, tho" so potent la I
I dyspeptics pronounce tbeas a real beoorac
Brings comfort and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The many, who live bet
ter than others and en joy life more, with
less expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
the needs of physical being, will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy. Syrup of Figs
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative ; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
ana permanently curhg constipation.
It has pjyan satisfaction to millions and
let with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts on the Kil
Qeva. Liver ami Riiwpla withnnf armib-
ening them and it is perfectly free from
very objectionable substance.
syrup or t izs is for sale by all drag
gpste in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Uo. only, whose name is printed on every
package, also the name. Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute if ottered.
A ni mwf.j
want a o. 1
"aat boami rs
Want a partnet
A ant a . taaUoti
Want to rent room
Want a servant it'rl
Want f sell a firm
Want u sell a house
Wane to exchange snrtblDs
Want to hocaebold rood
Waut to mike any tea! estate loans
Waut to sell or tratie for any blae
Waut to And cusvmet for anything
CSS TIIESS COLUMNS.
1HB DAILY ARGCrf DELIVERED ATTOtTI
. don-r etfnnp for vie e. wvwk.
'AXTED A rOMPPTE'TOIULFOR GES
eral housework at 743 TweutyUn-t sir e'-
nr ANTED A rOMPEEWT- SErON
' Apply ol Mayer KuecSclJ. ltfcg Seventh
WANTED to BI T FOR CsII. A RE3I
len e lot. rei tral.'v locat A Adrir. at
once. 'A," this office
MEN WANTED-TO "ELL STUICTLY FIRST
chm nnmrf stek. alrvrr c nmiHion.
Brown Bros., Nurserymen, I btcaeo. 111.
LOST-A Bt'NDI E OP LAVNDRV; MARKED
to be dellv.red, at the South Park grocery.
v inner return same ana receive re- ara
WASTED TI'T 9AI ESMA OF GOOD AD
dr: nat e -me well reft flnmend,.d t
rood position wl'h largest nursery h use In
America. Brown Brothers company, Chicago.
SEVENTY-FIVE DOLLAR A WEEK PMD
to ladle r.d gems to eei the Kapld 1)1-h
Wa-bT Washes tir e toent fn two min
utes without wt nirs-the ha' d. Ne exiieri nei
ne-es sry: sel's at stirh : permatf-nt v sillon
Addr W. P llurleun to.. Clerk Ko. 14,
TI7ANTWD A f APABLE. EXEROKT C, RE
" liable ynnne man. with from SbOT to fl.006
eaeb, capital, to open a bran:t of our tinsin. fa In
hock I land. Bum or nlerences required. If
yon bare the mnni-y and wants legitimate, pleas
ant office husim-ss. eend us your references and
sinte wttnt b'isipe-s eiperter.ee ou have had.
Address, . w. Borland. 243 Wabarh avenue, Chi
mm bit a loon.
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec .
trie, electro-thermal, etc., may
ltt obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Rooms, on the Prat floor of
tbe Hsrjer Hjh.
kor Lndie! Kroui S a. m. to
12 u. 'in week days For (en
tlemen from i p. m. to 10 p.m.
on week days On Sundays the
room will be open from 7 a. m.
to 11 a. to. for Gentleman only.
Kle-tric and Electro-thermal
!aths Mar be of'taiued at any
time durintr buMtn-s hours.
vyiunasinm connected with bath
THESE sTORDEtFCl LENSES
fmeotina; and are sow placed, owing- to
their superiority, preeminently above ever
tbinc hrctol oro produced in this line.
Th'T are aeknowWxuted by experts to be
roe finest and most pennetly constructed
Lenses sJaDWH. and are peculiarly adapted
tocorreetinK the vajirm; tHsU1 !bi perfec
tions. A triul of tnBCTlBagua win ""n viaoe
For sale by T. H. THOMAS, Lhug
gist and optician.
r-r?y r--. - -r - -o2w
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.
Put np in fancy noxes for
fine trade at prices that are
way down. Don't forget
that we put np all onr own
fancy box candies and that
yon will be sure of getting
Fresh and Pure Candies
when yon 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 are care
ful about it. If there are
two qualities we always get
the better one for onr trade.
Home Hade Candies
EDM & HATH?
1718 and 1718 Second At.
We want you to call and see
tbe finest line of Candies in
Greatly Reduced Prices
Winter Clothing, Underwear,
CORK SOLE SHOES
BIGGEST BARGAINS ON EARTH AT
Mc I n tyre-Reck 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 storks which need
reducinp;, we shall throw out choice merchandise at
Deeply Cut Prices, and a good rnanv people will ise
cure desirable articles very cheap. "
Throwing away Jackets at 98c it seems a shame to
do it. There are about 80 in the lot, but they arc 4in
our way and they go at 98c. Prices have been np to fe.
MAGIC figures will cause a revolution, in the Cloak
Department this week. We made the price for Satur
day only, bnt it was so good a thing that it goes this
Any Jacket, from f 14 to $20, $9.99.
Any Jacket, from 8 to 111. $5.55.
Any Jacket, from $1.50 to $C. $3.33.
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, 27c.
No one will deny that these are cheap.
It Pays to Buy the Best
Don't buy a
We close at 6:?0 evenings
Mctotyre - Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 1711 Second avenue. Rocjc Island.
Buck's Steel Ranges
Bakes quicker, bakes more evenly, has
greater capacity, uses less fuel burns
coal or wood, and lasts longer than
any other style of Cook Apparatus.
As there are so many imitations
time, patience and money to buy
you have see n a Buck's
Gloves ai Mens.
An Overstock of Ladies1 Muslin Drawers they were
57c, C2c and 68c; they are, your choice. 45c.
THEY MUST GO Fascinators and Hoods we mean.
All those which sell for $1. $1.25 and $1.35 fell in the
way of the price cutter, and as he has no mercy, they
will keep you warm at only 69c.
SKIRTS The all wool, flannel kind, we've been get
ting $1 for np 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 you 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 wear as well:
Size 22x48, 57c.
Size 30x72, 93c.
They're rather cheap at these prices, and yon ought
to secure a few.
BLANKET BARGAINS Better investigate. '
REMNANTS The remnant tables will be renters of
attraction for bargain hunters. The saving is half,
offered. It is a waste of
an inferior Range.
- 1811 Second Avenue.