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rfTE ARGTT8, MONDAY, MABCH 4, 1W5.
H. H. Hyde Snndajed in Mon
Frank Philleo,f, Omaha, is viit
The city council meets in monthly
session ims evening.
Something new in fancy rockers at
Clemann & balzmann g.
Boy a carving cloth at Mclntyre-
xiecK uo s. only 8 cents.
Hall settees, a new assortment now
in at Clemann & Salzmann's.
Don't fail to read Jackson & Hurst s
ad. if yon hare money to invest.
Specials in new black silks and
dress goods at Mclntyre-Keck Co s.
Deputy Collector Lamont's re
ceipts for last week amounted to
Mrs. A. W. Lee, of Arelia, Iowa,
arrived this morning on a visit to
Sideboard and dining room furni
ture in endless variety at Clemann &
Forty-fire different styles in bed
room suits just received at Clemann
J. S. Gil more has finished his
slaughtering season, 9,091 hogs hav
ing been killed.
Cheney Bros1. China silks in the
broche and satin stripe effects just
in at McCabe's.
Spring capes style, finish, price
and variety at McCabe's. bee adver
tisement, fifth page.
Any fur cape from this year's stock
at $7.99. This is half price and less
at Mclntyre-Keck Co's.
Buy $1.26 worth of lining for 59
cents at Mclntyre-Keck Co's. Read
adv. and see how it is done.
Specials in bleached pillow casing
at Mc I n tyre-Reck Co's. beginning
with 42-inch at 7J cents per yard.
Careful and critical shoppers will
find McCabe's advertisement, fifth
page, full of suggestions for them.
Another bale of that 7 cent brown
muslin goes this week at Mclntyre
Keck Co's. 10 yards for 49 cents.
A fine lot of curly birch, mahog
any and oak rockers, the finest line
in the city, at Clemann & Salz
mann's. The V. R. C. S. will meet tomor
row afternoon at the home of Sirs. J.
E. Kearney, 2525 Fifth-and-a-half
Now is the time to select your car
pets and furniture for spring. Cle
mann & Sal.msnn have a large as
sortment. St. Tatrick's Benevolent society is
making great pre pnrati.ma for its
dance at Armorv ball March 16 St.
Patrick's day. "
The largest variety of carpets ever
shown iu this section of the country.
Call and see the new patterns, at Cle
mann & Salzmann's.
Taffeta waist silks, the 92-cent
kind, 59 cents, at McCabe's this week.
Others at 75 cents, 92 cents, $1,
f 1.12 and $ 1.25." all great values.
New things in chenille curtains at
prices which cannot be duplicated
when these are gone now on sale at
Mclntyre-Keck Co's. Read adv.
Fine residence lots on Twentieth,
Twenty-first and Twenty-second
streets for salo on easy terms. See
adv. M. M. Sturgfon, attorney at
The Misses Nelson & Kennedy will
open a dressmaking shop March 4
over the Woodyatt's music store,
1717 Second avenue. Your patron
Mail Carrier John Stengel and
bride entertained the carriers and
clerks at the postnlliec in a handsome
manner, at their home on Third ave
nue, Saturday evening.
The court house building commit
tee of the county board, is in session
today packing the rejected plans,
and preparing them for return to
the architects preparing them.
William A. Fischer, of Streator.
has leased the storeroom at 219 Sev
enteenth street, where he is soon to
open what will be known as the
Rock Island Art Stained Glass com
pany. Mrs. II. J. Judd and son, Dr. Thor.
Judd, of Janesvillc, Wis., are visit
ing at the residence of Phil Mitchell.
Mrs. Judd will remain in the city for
some time, the doctor returninj home
Judge Adams has entered an ot.ler
that objections to the assessment for
the construction of sidewalks in the
city of Kock Island must be filed by
the opening of court Thursday,
Francis Murphy, the temperance
orator, closes his campaign in Dav
enport tomorrow nipht, at Armory
ball, with a lecture, recited from his
Highest Honors-World' Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE
A put Crane Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
bom Ammonia, AiumoranyooicraauianM.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
own experience. The admission will
ne 2d cents.
Charles Yonder Brack arrived yes
terday morninz from Memphis
Tenn.. to attend the last rites of Al
bert Braun. Messrs. Haas and Von.
der Brack are today settling np the
an airs 01 uraun.
The regular meeting of the W. C.
T. U. will be held tomorrow after
noon at 2:30 o'clock at the T. M. C. A.
Every member is urged to attend
this meeting, as business of import
ance is to be attended to.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Muse, of Ot
tumwa, passed through the city Sat
urday, on tneir way to Milan,
whither they were summoned by the
death of George Ryder, infant son of
ueorge Ryder, ol Anaconda, Mont.
Miss Dora. 16-year-old daughter of
Air. and Airs. Henry frank, died at
11:30 yesterday morning of rheuma
tism of the heart. The funeral will
be held at 2 o'clock tomorrow after
noon from the home in South Rock
Mrs. C. C. Hodges and Miss Lottie
Rosenfield have returned from the
east where they completed the pur
chase 01 tbe stock 01 millinery and
novelties lor Mrs. Hodges new store,
which will be opened in Hurst block
The canvass for Stone's Rock Isl
and city directory has been com
menced. You shouli give the can
vassers your personal attention and
see that they get your name and ad
dress correctly. It will only take a
few minutes of your time and you
will find that it will avoid errors.
The outcome of the meeting of the
Tenth district county clerks at the
Harper Saturday afternoon was the
drafting of a circular . to the coming
election judges, instructing them to
provide separate boxes fer the town
and congressional candidate ballots,
tbe voting of which must be sepa
rate. Observer J. F. Walz' meteorologi
cal summary of the month of Febru
ary places the mean barometer at
30.21; the highest being 30.62 on the
15th and the lowest 29.50 on the 20th.
The mean temperature was 15: the
highest 64 on the 28th and the lowest
20 below on the 8th. The total pre
cipitation was .38 inches. There were
12 clear days, 9 partly cloudy days
and 7 cloudy days.
Slater Montrose has completed ar
rangements to open in the storeroom
occupied by Mcllugh's ticket office a
first class stock and brokerage ex
change, which will be formally
opened as soon a Mr. Montrose can
have tbe wire put in and other
necessary plans made. Market re
ports are to be received by tele
graph. Slater is an inborn hustler.
He understands the business in which
he is to engage thoroughly, and The
Asr.i s predicts abundant success in
In order to secure the confirmation
of the McConochie slate published
Saturday, L. V. Eckhart, who is
down for chief of police, has been
working up a family aldermanic
ticket to operate in case all things
work together to meet the desired
end. It includes, for aldermen. W.
II. Sehnert, a cousin of Eckhait, iu
the First ward: L. V. Eckhart, Jr., a
son of Eckhart in the Second, and
Prof. Frank Eckhart, a brother of
Eckhart. in the Third. Relatives of
Eckhart in the Fourth. Fifth, Sixth
and Seventh wards will please an
A very pleasant affair took place
at the home of H. W. Wood Satur
day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wood
were invited out to spend the even
ing, and upon their return about 9
o'clock found their home in great
confusion, and the walls and pic
tures beautifully decorated with
flags and bunting. As soon as Mr.
and Mrs. Wood had gone out about
forty of their friends took possession,
bringing with them well filled bas
kets, plenty of musio and an elegant
chair. Dancing was indulged in un
til 12 o'clock, when refreshments
were served, and all wished Mr,
Wood many happy birthdays.
John Conden was set upon on Sec
ond avenue, between Sixteenth and
Seventeenth streets, by unknown
persons last night and severely
beaten. He was unable to appre
hend his assailants or their motives.
August Beck, of Galesbnrg, here
working with the "Q." construction
crew, took advantage of the beer war
Saturday night and proceeded to lay
in a supply. He became crowded for
room, and collapsed beneath tbe bur
den of his tank, whose supporters
were not of sufficient strength to up
hold the gradually increasing pre:
sure. He paid Magistrate Schroeder
fo and costs this morning.
Canv'el Faghen and August San-
tens, two Belgians, got into an argu
ment at the Shamrock house, and
Faghen got very much the worst of a
fight, which followed, Santens le
ing the aggressor. Assault and
battery was charged, and up
on request of Mil-is t rate Schroe
der this morning, Santens paid
$5 and costs for his pugilistic
iiDerues. mis aiternoon, feanten
had Favhen arrested for breach of
the peace, and he was also assessed
15 and costs, which was liquidated
by the accuser in reciprocation of
the lavor shown him by this morn
Rudy's Pile Suppository is guar
anteed to cure piles and constipa
tion, or money refunded. Fifty cents
per box. Send stamp for circular
and tree simple to Martin Kudv,
Lancaster, Pa. For sale by T. II.
Thomas and Harts & Bahnsen. drag'
gists. Bock Island. 111.
A BAD FALL.
Switchman Boyer PaHooat His gnoUw
F. M. Boyer, a switchman em
ployed by the C-, B. & Q-, met with
a serious accident while on dnty
early Saturday evening. Two box
cars which were being switched
coming together caused him to lose
his balance, and he fell headlong to
the ground from the top of one ct
them, dislocating his right shoulder
and collar bone. He was taken to
the sanitarium, where Dr. Craig at
tended him. The injured man after
ward went to his home at Galesbnrg.
A team hitched to one of Shields'
grocery wagons became frightened
on Twenty-second 6treet this morn
ing about 10 o'clock, whilethe driver,
John Carney, was delivering goods,
and dashed down to Fifth avenue and
up to the store on Twenty-sixth street,
where it was stopped. Groceries
were distributed freely along the line,
but luckily no damage was done.
We keep Parks' Cough Syrup and
we tell everyone it is the best cough
cure we sell. Everybody likes it and
we sell it on a guarantee. Try it for
your colli. Sold by Hartz & Ulle-
Fair weather; slightly colder to
night; warmer Tuesday; southwest
erly winds. Today's temperature,
36. F. J. Walz. Observer.
Roptoro or Hernia
Cared without cottlog. Send 10 cents for large
book, testimonials snd references. Address,
World's Dispetsary Medical Association, Buffalo.
The Arqcs. 10c a week, delivered
every evening at yonr door.
ANTD A COMPETE "T COOK AT MRS.
aeyer Kosenneid s, latJO Seventh avenue.
WANTS O RELIABLE MAX TOTAK ON Be
half interest in desirable navine haziness
In lows. Indians. Kntuckv or Wirconaln. "mail
capital required. Address "M. W." this (Dice.
ME! AND WOMEN TO MAKt BIO MONET
with the Practical plating Dynmo Is the
erertrlca) mach ne ned in the treat platingr tie
torl- SS5 to $k5 a week made eay. Platr ev
erythine. No expertene- ; Mg proats. -tdrese,
W . P. uurieon at Co., Clerk .No. II. Columbus,
WANTED A CAPABLE. ENEKOETiC. Un
liable youne man. with from SSiX) to SI. 10
cash, capital, to open a branch of our bupint ee In
kock 1-land. Heat of references required. If
you bave tbe money and want a legitimate, pleas
ant ofliee business, send ua your references and
state what bnsinere experience yon have bad.
Address, Q. W. Borland, 213 Wabash avenue, Chi
cago. Airiu sementa.
ew Grand Opera House
Davenport's Leadln i Theatre.
Monday Night, March 4.
BAKNABEE and Mac DOS
ALD'S Robin Hood Opera
company, presenting the
leading comic opera of this
Company of 60 artists. A
chorus of 40. Superior
operatic orchestra. Stage
full of special scenery.
Prlc $1.50, tl. 75c and SOc. Bo es an 1 seats
on sale Friday. Mutch 1 at Lloyd & Stea art's.
Insurance and Loans.
Buy, sell and manage
property on commis
sion. Collect rents.
Room 4, Mitchell & Lynde b'ng.
VIGOR of UE
Easily. Quickly, Permanently Restored.
Treats nr aa, KerTsnaaeaa,
aeoiiiiy, ana au tne train
oi evua i mm eariy errors or
later excises, tne results or
overwork, ax-knees, worry.
etc. r uiiatremrtn, devel
opment and tone given to
,evrryorcan and porton
of tbe body. Simple u-t-
nral methods, immedi
ate improvement seen.
nnn rmnosslble. 2.0f references. Book.
explanation and proof 9 mailed (sealed) free.
ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, N.Y.
Every TUB WlEtUXTED by
TOLLET BROS. & CO.
CHICAGO. 1LU -
Oar .voh-i-icoo- is tb
pcve ipfcwcic man, t or
furtber psxructtltua Shpply
T. H THOMAS, Druggist and Op
ttctu. Eyes tested free of Charge.
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
ing ont the Finest Line of
Bakery Goods in the three
cities, and when you order
a cake from
KRELL & MATH
Yon 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 you
could make it for.
ON PASTRY GOODS
We lead them all. as we use
nothing but the best cream
ery butter, and have large
marble tables for making the
mixtures on and keeping
them in tbe right shape.
No family cook can torn out
pastry unless they hare the
tools and the know how.
KKELL &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 for your par
KRELL. & MATH,
Tarty Supply House.
1716 and 1718 Second At.
Cake Trimming. Ornaments, Lace
Papers for Cake Stands, Gold and
Silver Leaves, and a fall line of Wed
ding: Cake Boxes.
The New Spring Styles
IN THE CELEBRATED
STAR SHIRT WAISTS
For Ladies and Boys are now in, to which we
BIGGEST BARGAINS ON EARTH AT
Mclrityre-Reck Dry Goods co.
Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns Also Standard Sewing Machines.
Itemiof drrirahlr Bjerchandioe at wonderfully low prices Will make the
basy More bo.terthan ever this week. 8hn d rives of winter merchan
dise at prie wntch make ttade. a d daily arrivals of dainty new loods
at t lowest prices ever knowa keep tbe lute rest c.n'.ertd ben.
Toqntekyudthomaghlyrentr attraction In tbe Press Oosds de
partment, ws will ibis wck sell wltb any Dress Pattern of six yard oc
more at 3THe a yard and np:
yards best Missis. SOc (0 0
janls beat Kid Cambric. 5c... 80
1 ard best h reucb canTis 90
1 yard best card bumvbooks and eyes....... W
1 velveti-en btndmg 3ii
1 spool best siik 04
S rpools beet twist M
Retail ralue 1 M
Ad Ut jun 59
Hew Imported silk finish Hen-lettts and tne Imported Herpes at
prices wbicb will not be met. New hltck st'ks and black (food" at fig
ure which will astonisb you. Noveltie-In dress goods being received
every day. 250 yardr of silk temnants. many hsntisome natures, at
Jas' naif price. SIM yarrs of blsck velvet, remarkab e value, at 4c.
6p end id arsortmentof new J;t collars. Jit fronts, jet pointa, and Jot br
Special Low Prices
On Bleached Pi .low Casing:
sS-in' b, wor n 134c.at TSc.
10 inch, worth 15 c. at lO;.
Another bale (1,500 yards) of that splccdld
go this weekatibe s ime price as the last Int. 10
8 pieces elegaiit domel Sinnel, ISc and Sid
per yard, lSJic
It Pays to Buy the Best
Don't buy a
We close at 6:30 evenings
Of sure interest In oar
worth 11c, at S'ic.
"c brown mrwlin, will
qual.ty, for this week,
Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 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
you have seen a Buck's
Drsnerr Densutmeat ?
, pairs silk striped, all silt warp chenille Cnrtains, very handsome,
and never before offered at less man $11.50: price for tbte week. t.9S.
85 pain novelty Cben le Certain, just out from the mil a. n.w color
ings, very st-lisn, value t&S 0; special .rtce this week, ti 4S.
Implicates at these pitces after these lota are gone oat of the eaee
tion. Bargains in Stamped Goods.
103 earvla? cloths, special stamped patterns, each Sc.
Broken assortment of odds and enda of sets and slightly tousl
staoioed linens this week at a trout half t.rice.
30 pairs linen pillow aDame, nicely lUmpcl and hemmed, per
We bave left la winter jackets from (is down tor this week, yonr
Any fur cape now la stock, ao matter at what formar price, bow
SPECIAL 4 fur cipe at each, S1.99.
New and Full
Mek of the fmotie Hsrtorn roller shades. Remember the prices,
S4c. SSe and 15:. Tbe lowest ever nmed for three hads.
Mew friogtw for roller shades, Hake lonr own fringed shades.
Standard Sewing Machine.
The OJILTsewins machine tobny. If you want the best. Is the Stand
aid Ufttarr ShattleC If von think of pnrcbasina a machine, a kwk wilt
cost tou nothing, and may he tbe mansof stving yon much future an
no.anceand discomfort. The prices are about naif those heretofore
named for ibis splendid, high grade machine.
offered. It is a waste of
an inferior Range.
- 1811 Second Avenue.