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rfJE ARGUS; FRIDAT. MABCH 1, 18f5.
Leaf lard at Gilmore's.
Bananas and oranges at Long's.
Spring goods have arrived at
Bed-rock prices on flonr at
Dressed turkeys and chickens at
Mr. and Mrs. John Tremann have a
Choice can and balk oysters at
T. "V. Strain arrived from Chicago
Mrs. C. W. Negus has returned
For first-class and cheap dried fruit
call at Schaum's.
William II. Sherwood at Associa
' tion hall this evening.
Dressed turkeys, chickens, ducks
and geese at Hess Bros1.
The finest line of fresh and salt
fish in the city at Schaum's.
Don't fail to read Jackson & Hurst a
ad. if you have money to invest.
Something extraordinary in the
way of mackintoshes just received at
M. & K.
Order yonr spring suit from Hoppe
while the stock i3 complete, and not
The Hallelujah club will give a
dance at Roche's hall, Saturday,
Choice bananas, California pears.
Naval oranges and Catawba grapes at
Lettuce, radishes, onions, celery,
cauliflower, parsley and soup bunches
Choice cauliflower, celery, spin,
ach, lettuce and spring onions at
The finest line of spring suitings
ever displayed in the city just ar
rived at Hoppe's.
Lettuce, spinach, oyster plant,
onions, radishes, celery and cucum
bers at Hess Bros'.
The year and 6 months old son of
George Rider and wife of Milan, died
last night of meningitis.
Prince may be the king of Knox
county, but M. & K. are the clothing
kings of Kock Island county.
Although early, the ladies are
quirk in making selections in those
celebrated star waists at M. & K.
The annual dance of St. Patrick's
Benevolent society will be held at
Armory hall the night of March 16.
George Kudle and Miss Johanna
Keunljc, of Edginijton, were mar
ried yesterday by lie v. C. A. Men
nicke. The meeting in the interest of the
university . extension to have been
held at the Y. M. C. A. auditorium
this evening has been postponed.
Fine residence lots on Twentieth,
Twcnty-tirst and Twenty-second
streets for sale on easy terms. See
adv. M. M. Sturgeon, attorney at
Don't forget the Sherwood concert
at Association hall tonight. Go and
give the Y. M. C. A. a benefit, and
besides hear the greatest American
The Misses Nelson & Kennedy will
open a dressmaking shop March 4
over the Woodyatt's music store,
1717 Second avenue. Your patron,
George Ohlweiler was before Mag
istrate chroeder on a charge of bas
tardy, preferred by Lena Hansmann.
A continuance until Saturday, March
9, was granted.
Judge Adams wants all adminis
trators, guardians and conservators,
who have not reported within a year,
to report forthwith, or he will have
citations issued against them.
Crop Correspondent Campbell's re
port to the department of agriculture
shows that 40 per cent of the corn
crop of 1894 remains in the county
and 100 per cent will be consumed
within the county.
The second anniversary of the Sal
vation army of Kock Island will be
gin at the court house tonight and
continue Saturday night and all day
Sunday. Ensign Fellers and wife,
Capt. Peterson, Lieut. Anderson and
a host of soldiers. Plenty of good
music and singing is provided.
J. L. Haas this morning received a
telegram from Charles Von der
Bruck, who is in Memphis, Tenn.,
stating that he would be here Snnday
morning to make final disposition of
the remains and settle np the affairs
of the suicide. Braun, whose reason
lor taking nis me sin; remains a
The Fourth, Fifth and Ninth grade
pupils of No. 4 school, taught by the
Highest HonorsWorld's Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A r!re Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
bom Ammonia, Alum or any otner adulterant.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
Misses Johnson and Philp. held ap
propriate exercises yesterday after
noon, in honor of w ashington, Lin
coln, Longfellow and Lowell. The
rooms were nicely arranged witn the
national colors, and portraits of the
patriot, statesmen and poets hung
on the walls.
Official notification has been re
ceived that the following passed the
civil rervice examination or tee
postoffice Feb. 9: James P. McCarty.
Edmund Koche. Robert E. Beeves,
Robert P. Reuth, for carriers, and
Leo J. Deisenroth, John B. Larkin
and Fred Sauerman. for clerks.
There were 10 examined, ont of which
bnt three failed.
The gvmnasium exhibition to be
given by the members of the junior
class at the Y. M. C. A. tomorrow
afternoon, promises to be one of spe
cial interest. Fifteen entries hare
been received to contest for the
prizes kindly offered by the enter
prising merchants. .McUabe Bros.,
llie London and M. & K. The con
test will consist of three events
high jumging, and diving, and a
laughable Indian club race. The
program begins at 3 o'clock, to
which the public is cordially invited.
No admission will be charged.
A Hard Times Party.
Miss Marie Jensen gave a delight
ful hard times party to a number of
her tri-city friends at her home, 2518
Eighth avenue, last evening. The
costumes were of a most laughable
order, and like the refreshment.
were suggestive of hard times. The
prizes were won by Clyde Eberhart
and Miss Rose Lotspeich, of Daven-
Those present were:
Mr.-ri and Mnduaet -
Del a Allan.
Knae Lot peich,
W Mam H.lre,
f K Eberhart.
DrJ K Knj.
Arthai W ue:ln,
W kconaik Legislator at Work.
Madisok, March 1. In the assembly
the anti blacklisting bill was warmly de
bated without definite action. The com
mutes on Incorporations reported the
Milwaukee Gas Light company bill for in
definite postponement. Tfce senate bill
creating a municipal court in Mauitowoo
county was concurred in. In the senate
an Immense pet ltion was "prwwjntcd for
the passage of Mills' bill relating to cor
rupt practices in city elections. The bill
to create a criminal court in Manitowoc
county was pasaod. Tho committee en
cluims reported favorably on the bill to
purchase tho Bailey relics for 2.00J.
the committee on agriculture reported
favorably on Thayer's bill authorizing
counties to vote aid to agricultural socie
Sensatioaal, but Not Trae.
Chicago, March 1. A sensational re
port comes from Pierre, S. 1) , that war
rants had been sworn out by the attorney
poneral of the state for the arrest of Dan
iel K- Tenney, of this city, member of
tho well-known law linn of Tenney, Mc-
Conncll As Cuffocn, and for Charles H.
Well, also connected with the firm.
charging thorn with conspiring with the
defaulting es-stato treasurer, V. W. Tay-
lar, and his friend Charles T. AljCoy, of
Aberdeen, to defraud the stats of uth
Dakota. The solo connection of Mr. Ten
ney with Taylor's affairs wits as counsel
after tho defaulter found that he would be
Black Water and Cy lone Tip.
New York, March 1. The American
ship Reaper, of Bath, has reached here
from Portland, Ore., after a voyage of
IXidays. In the Aurth Pacific about 30J
miles above the equator the Keapcr passed
through a strip of hlnck water about
sixty leot wide. On Nov. 23 In the South
Pucillc a heavy squall that affected only
tho stratum of air above the courses car
ried awny every stitch of canvas except
the three lower soils. There was only a
light stir on deck.
Hard coal, all sizes, per ton $7 50
Discount for cash, per ton 25
Cannel coal for grates 6 00
Indiana block for stoves 4 00
Coke for furnaces 6 00
LaSalle, third vein coal 3 00
Cartage added cn less than ton or
ders. E. G Fkazek.
See What Tan bo Found (In tha Vecetabla
mm a la . A. B-nieu-a.
Silver Skin Onions
Hubbard Snqash. Soup Bunches,
Choice eating and cooking apples.
Not at Breakfast.
English Sparrow Mr. Swallow, join
me at breakfast tomorrow. I have in
vited a company of gay birds, and we
will have a jolly time.
Mr. Swallow Make it dinner, and I
will accept Look at my swallow tail.
I don't want to be taken for a Chicago
bird. New Turk Herald.
"Jonah," expostulated the whale,
'Certainly, answered the famous
man, "now that I know where I am. I
wasn't sure bnt I had been caught in a
folding bed, don't yon know." De
Cloudy today; cleanup tonight;
fair Saturday; colder; brisk westerly
winds. Todav s temperature, 8.
'. J. Walz. Observer.
Are you all tired out. do yon have
that tired feeling or sick headache?
You can be relieved of all these by
taking Hood's Sarsaparilla.
The AEcrs, 10c a week, delivered
every evening at yonr door.
1895 MABCH. 1895
Su. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fr. Sa.
JLAJL JLL 8 JL
10 11 12 j3 j 15 JL6
17 JUB 19 21 22 23
2425 26 27 8 1$ 30
the rpooka and goblins that delight
To fl'J with tcr a.- all tha niabt;
Tost stalk abroad in hideooa dreams
With which djrpepa'.a'i fancy teems.
Will rever Tible with their Ills
The man who trasia to Pierce Pdla.
Plerr I1 ...nt n.Ua ....a ki
. .. . . . . , ! m'i
Iia'nle- IHr.t CrtltltMltnil hllfnnan mm . i.-V
headicbc, Indige-tloo: ail -lanish with their ns-.
The Ahgls, only 10c a week.
Interlined ' 'Cclinloid"Collars and Cuffs
turn water like a duck's back and show
neither spot nor soil. They are not
effected by perspiration, and always
look as if ripht out of the box. When
they get soiled you can clean them
in a minute by simply wiping off with
a wet cloth. These are but a few of the
advantages of wearing the "Celluloid"
Collars and Cuffs. There arc many
others that yon will readily discover
the first time yon wear one.
They are the only waterproof inter
lined collars and enffs made. Be sure to
get the genuine with this trade mark
O .w TRADC ,
stamped inside, if you desire perfect
satisfaction. Made in all sizes and all
6tylcs. If yon can't get tbem at the
dealers, we will send sample postpaid,
on receipt of price : Collars, 25 cents
each. Cnffs, 50 cents pair. State size,
end whether you want a stand-up or
THE CELLULOID COMPANY.
437-49 Broadway, NEW YORK.
AJ"TD A COMPETENT COOK AT MRS.
KejcrKoseniieid'8, 1808 Seventh arenae.
WASTED A GOOD JER3KY MILK COW.
Aridre with parties ars, Boa to. SI, Hej
W A NTS D RELIABLE MAN TO TAKE OSB
half irtereoi in di-sirnhle payiiiif ho.inesa
In low. Indiana, K'TrincteT 0r Vk'coTtn. nill
cap tal required. iddrere''M. W." ton tffice.
SALESMEN WANTED TO SELL THE RAPID
Ii-h Wnphcr t- ihc wh laalean retail trade.
Wsrhes ana rtrles the dl-hes In two mlnu'enwilh
ont wcttine the nntrern. S75 dollars a week and
all cxpen-ea. Ea-y position; no bard wrlc:can
nuke Sliat n week Acdrew W. P. Barrl-on A
Co., C erk No. 14. ColnmnuF, Ohio.
WANTED A OA P ABLE. ENEIlOtlT.C, BK
liable young man, with from S5ii0 to (1,1108
cash, ritpital, to open a hranrh of onr bnfin-ee in
H'ick Inland. Beat of reference reqnired. If
yon heee tbe money and want a legitimate, plea,
ant nttiee bupiuees. rend n your references and
alAte wbtl hiiame-0 exprru-nee you have bad.
Addrcsa, U. W. Borland, )M3 Wabash avenue, Chi
Insurance and Loans.
Buy, sell and manage
property on commis
sion. Collect rents.
Room 4, Mitchell & Lynde b'ng.
Joian Volk 5g Oo.,
Sah, Doors and Blinds,
And all kinds of
Woodwork for Builders
F'.dlng, Fkoring, WainvcoatinK
tfa etreeU hat 4th an I Bth ara
Ererj PUS WARJLUTEB
TCLLET BROS. & CO.,
Our 'kOH-l-KOOK"to thm
t-t spectacle maaA. For
xurUwr pftrtacaiaua apply tt
T. H THOMAS, Drujrist and Op
tician, tyes testea tree of cnarge.
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.
This and see if yon don't
want something in the
We have facilities for turn
in"; out the Finest Line of
Bakery Goods in the three
cities, and when you order
a cake from - -
KRELL & MATH
Tou can rest assured that
they will use the very best
materials and guarantee you
a better and finer article than
you could make yourself, and
at a price that will be way
below any price that yon
could make it for.
ON PASTRY GOODS
We lead them all, as we use
nothing but the best cream
ery butter, and hare large
marble tables for making the
mixtures on and keeping
them in the right shape.
No family cook can tnrn out
pastry unless they have the
tools and the know how.
KBELL & MATH have expert
bakers at this line of trade,
and they can supply you
with anything in the Pastry
ORDER your small Fancy Cakes
and Ice Creams foryour par
KRELL. & MATH,
Tarty Supply House.
1716 and 1118 Second At,
Cake Trimming. Ornaments, Lace
Papers for Cake btands, Uolu and
Silver Leaves, and a full line of Wed
ding Cake Boxes.
STAR SHIRT WAISTS
For ladies and Boys are now in, to which we
BIGGEST BARGAINS ON EARTH AT
Mclntyre-lReck Dry Goods Co.
' Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns Also Standard Sewing Machines.
Commenced Your Spring Sewing Yet?
Early purchases way last fall when material and
labor in" this conntry and Eorope was at their lowest
ebb enable ns to offer you a handsome assortment of Do
mestic and Imported Wash Goods at much less than
their real value today. It will pay you to bay now,
even if not ready to make np.
Dimities Dainty and New.
Imported Indian. Egyptian and Calli Dimities, very
handsome and novel.
Fine printed effects, most desirable goods, at 28c;
easily worth 42c.
Especially emphatic will be the fast color, printed
Dimities at 10c, 12Jc and 14c, worth up to 22c a yard.
. . Swisses.
In the newest and most desirable styles at prices
very much below those that will rule latere
The Henri Galland imported solid color Swiss with
colored dots. . These are the real goods, and it is
doubtful whether they can be obtained later at any
Swisses, white grounds, with colored dots, regu
lar 38c goods, at 25c.
Fancy colored dotted Swisses, worth 32c to 38c,
at only 25c.
It Pays to Buy the Best
Don't buy a Range
Before you have seen a Buck's
G. O. HUOKSTAEDT
We close at 6:?0 evenings 1809-181 1 Second Avenue.
New Spring Styles
IN THE CELEBRATED
Reck Dry Goods Co.
and 1711 Second avenue, Rock 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 Cooking Apparatus.
As there are so many imitations
time, patience and money to buy
A great variety of new Wash Goods for this sale.
Imported English Galatea cloths, SO inches wide,
nothing so nice for dresses or suits.
Fancy Duck for dresses,-bought to sell at 12Jc a
yard, will only be 10c.
The gennine William Anderson Scotch Zephyr
Ginghams, fast colors and great variety of styles.
Buy none but the Anderson Ginghams.
Imported French pique made by Freres Koechlin,
very handsomely printed effects, a stylish and dura
ble fabric for dresses, blonses and suits. Something
Fresh From the Ocean.
The latest imported novelties in Ladies1 Neckwear,
Lace Collars. Lace Yokes. Lace and Kibbon Collar
ettes. Silk fronts to go with the new Eton Jackets,
etc., at prices fully 25 per cent below actual value.
Standard Sewing Machine.
Make work easy and a pleasure by using the Stand
ard, the most noiseless and easy running Sewing Ma
chine made. Always reliable and guauaxteed abso
lutely fob five tears. Costs more to make, but is
as low in price as any. We can give you the ordinary
shuttle, the vibrator or the rotary. A rotary shuttle
Sewing Machine will last a life time.
offered. It is a waste of
an inferior Range.