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THE ARGU8. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 6. 1895.
Leaf lard at Schroeder's.
Strictly fresh eggs 19c at Shields'.
Strictly fresh eggs, 19 cents, at
Mrs. Bert Stemraer Is visiting Chi
A choice lot of fancy roll batter to
sell cheap at Beecher's.
A good time social at the Baptist
chnrch Friday evening.
Mrs. Richard G lei son, of Chicago,
is in the city for a short stay.
Social Friday evening at the Bap
tist church. Bring your dime.
Good cooking batter to sell cheap
at Beecher's commission house.
Don't fail to read Jackson & llurst s
ad. if you have money to invest.
Every Jewel stove is guaranteed
Allen, Myers & Co.'s price will inter
A. Straass, of Anamosa. Iowa, is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ro
senneld. Read Slater Montrose's add for
market quotations, changed daily by
II you are looking for a good time,
attend the Baptist church social Fri
Montrose's brokerage and commis
sion exchange is now open for busi
ness at 1820 Second avenue.
J. A. Dirksen, representing the
Dirksen Silver Filigree Co., of Free
port, was in the city today inter
viewing our jewelers.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Murphy left
this morning for Pennsylvania, Mr.
Murphy having completed his en
gagement in Davenport.
. Ei-County Superintendent of
Schools C. B. Marshall is being talked
of favorably as a candidate for the
democratic mayoralty nomination.
Fine residence lots on Twentieth,
Twenty-first and Twenty-second
streets for sale on easy terms. See
adv. M. M. Sturgeon, attorney at
William Hawthorne has purchased
the restaurant and woman's ex
change in Hurst's block, on Twenti
eth street, and will conduct it here
after. A couple of Moline young men had
an exciting experience with an unruly
horse on Moline avenue this after
noon, but luckily no damage came of
The Misses Nelson & Kennedy will
open a dressmaking shop March 4
over the Woodyatt's niiiMC store,
1717 Second avenue. Your patron
A drunken individual, who was
making himself obnoxious in the
Peoria yards yesterday afternoon,
was taken down in the patrol wagon
and given a chance to sober up.
As we understand the packing
house has shut down, and Schroeder
has a full line of pork tenderloin,
spare ribs, pork loins, pork shoul.
ders, etc.. at packinghouse prices.
The city council is in special
session this afternoon for the purpose
of making some arrangements for
the draining of the Schnell addition
Judges oi election will also be ap
Allen, Myers & Co. do all kinds of
repair work in the line of tin. copper
and sheet iron work, plumbing.
steam beating, etc. liive them i
trial their prices are reasonable.
A venturesome vonng man from
up town walked across the iceyester
day, ami. wonderful to sav, reached
the Rock Island shore in safetv.
When asked by Oflu-er F.tzel w hy he
had taken such' a risk, he calmly re
plied that he aid not care to walk
around by the bridge.
A new time card is promised on the
Rock Island next Sunday, the more
radical changes contemplated being
the arrival cf tbe fast mail at 7 a. m.,
halt an hour earlier than now, while
No. 1 will resume its old time of de
parture, leaving Rock Island at 5:20
p. m., instead of laving here thrte
Lours, as now.
T. J. Phillips, brother-in-law of
Charles Mcllugh, of this city, ran tor
mayor of Ottuinwa. Iowa, on the
democratic ticket and was defeated
bv but 21 votes Mondav, a splendid
showing for a city overwhelmingly
repuDiican. louui aiciiugn ie in
duced to run for the same office in
Rock Island he would do still better
he would Ic elected,
Blake & Murphy are branching out
in other fields. Tbe tsrst of next
week thev will or en a plumbing and
gas fitting establishment at ti ales-
burg, where their worth and enter
prise has already been recognized in
being rewarded different large con-
tracts, wbicb is ample assurance
of success in the new venture. J. P,
Highest Honors World' Fair.
Morley, of Chicago, will manage the
Collector Buford gives notice that
the warrants for special assessment,
improvements on Thirtieth street
and Seventh avenue, pavement and
sewers on Twentv-first street and
Twelfth street, have just been placed
in his hands, and are due and mnst
be paid before March 10. If not
paid by that date, they become de
linquent and extra costs will accrue.
Yesterday afternoon the W. C. T.
U. held its regular semi-monthly
meeting. At this meeting it was de
cided to hold an anti-cigarette meet
ing in the near future to which the
public will be invited. The nnion
will hold a meeting in the jail every
Sunday afternoon, and the president
asked that each vice-president be re
sponsible for her church in turn in
these meetings. Mr. Bullen, mana
ger of tbe Sylvan Liquor Cure, will
address the union two weeks hence.
The Ancient Arabic Order of No
bles of the Mystic Shrine put through
an initation class Tuesday evening,
consisting of the following gentle
men: Charles W. Fckerson, of Cres-
ton, Iowa; W. S. Folmer, of Rock
Island: C. J. Lemle, W. L. Wilkin-
sod, Monroe Doremur and U. K.
Rockwell, of Geneseo; D. S. Burnett,
of Newton, Iowa: Frank Bahnsen and
II. S. Cable, of Rock Island. Lnnch
was served in the banquet hall from
5 to 10 o'clock. About three hun
dred Shrners were present including
members of fcl K&hara temple oi
Cedar Rapids, and Madina Temple
of Chicago. Davenport Democrat.
THE LIBRARY BOARD.
IOXDOX, March & Morley, secretary
for Ireland Introduced In the commons
the Irion tenant bill. Its principal feat
ure is that It gives tenants a proprietary
interest in all imnroitnents they make.
Allegs t Umn caracal imsna
Chicago, March 6. II. B. Close and
K. C Felton were arrested on the charge
of attempting to defraud the Chicago
Titla and Trust company out of 1S,U.C
by means of forged trust dee is.
Hood's Sarsaparilla gives great
bodily nerve, mental and digestive
strength, simply because it pannes.
vitalizes and enriches the blood.
WAVTHD-A COMPETE T COOK AT MBS.
Meyer Rosen&eld's. 1808 Serentk avenne.
PCRMSRID HOUSE FOR
J: eco d avenue. Inquire
Bcffman. 1103 Secocd avenue.
WA5TED One or two pushing and reliable
men with a limited amount of capital to
form a corporation in a well established tD.ines.
Ti e latest and moot improved machinery in
every department. For p.niculars inquire at
MEAXDWOMES-TO MAKtt BIO MOSEY
wttn tbe Practical Plating Dvn mi I tbe
electrical m-h ne ned in lb. roat p'atina; f .c
loiies tM to Js5 a weea made eay Plat-s ev
fry thine No exnerene ; hig profit j. dreos,
W. P. Harrison A tfe. Clerk No. 11, Columbus,
WANTED A CAPABLE. ENEKGETiC, FE
liable Tonne man. with from 1S00 to S1.000
cash, capital, to open a branch of oar basinets In
Kock I-iand. Best of references required. If
yoa beve the money and want a legitimate, pleas
ant office hnsiness. send ne yonr references and
state waat bnstne?s experience yoa have had.
Address, o. w , bur-ano, ts Wabash avenue, Chicago.
Directors Meat In Recjular Moathly Saealoa I
The directors of the Rock Island
public library held their regular
monthlv meeting last evening. The I
new rules, which will be printed in
pamphlet form, for the guidance of
patrons, compiled bv Messrs. Welch
and Foss, were adopted condition
ally. The following bills were al
MitrhellA I.yrde $ SS TS
Librars Bar-an.. is 15
Pn. Die's Power company.. H 511
M T B own 44 00
i M Buford 10 !A
Raluh Haverrtie 10 Ml
A C McUurj Co 3104
Total .....S164 (8
The report of the librarian shows
the circulation during the month of
February to have been:
R.-l eion and Philosophy.. 13
ocifti ScietiCe.. ........ ................... 51
Bcicnre ani t'sef nl Arts CO
lmsand Literature.. ISO I
iii-tory and Travel 4-3 I
Fiction 1 ti
Juvenile Literature. ... ....... .......... 77
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
ami day, March 9.
Fltor, of travel toned by teacher to nauils
for nunc nw 154
Same consulted in school HIS I
Received for Ires, etc...... ....t 50 I
BEACH & BOWERS
And Finest Uniformed Band in
the world! Thirty Distinguish
ed Artists! A vast organiza
tion beyond question greater,
better and superior to all min
strels of the past and present,
making it an ideal and real
mobilization of all
THE MINSTREL WORLD
Absolutely an entire change of
program since our last visit.
Watch for our grand
parade at 11a. m.
Prices 75, SO and 95 cents.
Slater la Happy.
Slater Montrose opened his broker
age and commission othce this
morning, and is happy as a lark.
We are feeling finer than silk," said
Slater, yes, we are feeling our oats.
We don't propose to have any bulls
n our business, though we bave
bear-ly escaped some. Pork mav be
a little oa the hog, and corn husky.
but we are in a position to get all
that is gilt-edged, and that's all that
can be expectea. uooa aav l m
too busv to talk anv more now."
A Brilliant Scheme.
A brilliant scheme was adopted tbe I
other day by a theatrical company
wbich found itself stranded at Dayton,
O., and its nest engagement at Cleve
land. A plan was made for tho arrest
of one of the members of tbe company
ou tho charge of opening a letter be
longing to another mrniber. 1 he ac
cused was taken before the United
States commissioner at Cleveland, where
tbe other members of the company were
subpoenaed as witnesses. Tbey of course
secured bis acquittal and also their fees.
amounting to $6. 23 apiece. It was tho
tnost profitable engagement they have
played this season, but the commission
er is willing to bet tbat they can't play
it on him again. Troy Times.
Insurance and Loans.
Buy, sell and manage
property on commis
sion. Collect rents.
Room 4, Mitchell & Lj-nde b'ng.
IF YOU WISH
THiXG IN THIS
Hard coal, all sizes, per ton .... f 7 50 1
Discount for cash, per ton 25 1
Can nel coal for grates 5 00 1
Indiana block for stoves 4 00
Coke for furnaces 6 00
LaSallc, third vein coal 3 00
Cartage added on less than ton or
ders, b. (i 1 RAZEB.
Tbe at t bar.
Fair weather and growing alowlv
warmer. L.irbt westerly winds.
Today's temperature, 32.
r. J. tu. Observer.
We have a
Nice line of
seed oil, etc
complete line of
house and floor
1610 Third avence.
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
Rapt a re er Herala
Corel witbont caitivg- Send 10 cents for large
book, testimonials and references. Address
orld's DifpccwT Mi dlcal association, BnSalo. I f2f n rie
rvl nil II Ml rv
w y bill J
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Gripe Cream of Tatar Powder. ' Free
fccm Ammonia, Alum or scy other adu!taani.
In the battle of Marengo 59,000 men
participated, and of that number 13,
000 were killed or wounded, about 22
per cent. Napoleon thought Marengo .
his greatest victory. He always kept
throughout life the uniform be wore on
The ciimatio limit to the cultivation
of wheat is not so much the cold of
winter as the heat of rummer. It will
not maturo in a climate where the sum
mer temperature is below 60.
Rust's rile Suppositorv is guar
anteed to cure piles and constipa-
i tion, or money refunded. Fifty cents
per box. Send stamp for circular
and free sample to Martin Rudv, !
Lancaster. Ia- For sale by T. II.
I Thomas and Kartz & Bahnsen, drug
' A word to those goin
to build this coming
season! If you are go
ing to build a nice res
idence ret figures from
the Colona Stone Co. of
Colona, 111., on a cu
stone building of white
or verigated sandstone.
If vou build of brick let
them give you figures
on the trimmings. If
you build a frame or
wood building let them
give yoa figures on the range work
It will ImrroTe tbe looks and ealne of ytinr
houe SS per cent, twine of the nicest oat'dirr
in the state are boilt of Colona stone. By all
means have soar arct Itect sneci V Colon s?one
to ne need in yonr bo'ldii Samples of stone
and pbntoeraphs of buildings en be seen at
Boom is, Mitchell Lynda's sanding.
WsoCirareeUl fedlitias la amnion lana
r mil, for tndin oa ananas la stocks,
crsissee iiiiiiiia Market tetter tBBsa es
UrtS.aietnc I l iisSil l.al Jie . Or.
lW VmtJSMel M SIMS OnUlt aBAImJBaBW OlaT
beak. - KptralMaaa. or How te Treae." saaiM
wnaiKrfMMniaaaa Vili 1KU
a OUufcaeooTteaa Kailniaa,aaaUaauaat.
1615-1617 Second Ave.
Mc Itl tyre-Reck rry Goods Co.
Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns Also Standard Sewing Machines.
Items of desirable nerchandtse at wonderfully low prices will make tbe
bosy .lore barter than ever tb'a week. Sharp drives of winter mrrchaa
d'e at prices wbicb make ttade. ai d daily arrirala oi dainty now goods
at t e lowest prices ercr knows keep tbe Interest centered, herr.
Toqalekly and thoroaghlT eentr attraction In the Oress Good de
partment, we will this we sell with any Dress Pattern of tlx yards or
more at STHc a yam and np:
. yards best Mlesls. SOe .$0 40
ard best Kid Cambric. 5c... SO
1 yatd best KreLCh canvia... SO
1 yard best card hnmphooks and eyes....... OS
1 velveteen binding
1 spool best siik 04
t r poo Is bvtft twist... M
Retail value fl SS
All for jast &
Now imported silk finish Henriettas and Una Imported Verges at
prices wbich will not be met. New black si ks and black good at fig
ures which wtl' astonish yon. Noveltie in dress goods being received
everyday. 250 yard of silk lemnanta. many hannaome paturea. at
Josi pair price. 800 yana of black velvet, remarkab e value, at 4Sc.
ependid assortment of new Jet cellars, jet fronts, jet points, and jet by
Special Low Prices
On Bleached Pi.low Casing:
44-inr h. wor n liSc. at Ttc 45 inch, worth 14c, at S'io.
to inch, worth lSc. at 102.
Another ba'e (1,500 yards) of that splendid Tvfc brown muslin, will
go this week at the s me price as the bet Int. 10 yard fo- 49c
8 piec rlvgaut domet II inne), 18c and 4iJ qnal ly, lor itaia week,
per ani, l'-'!,c.
Of tore int. rest in onr Drenery Devautment:
SO news silk strioed. all .ilk warn Chenille Cnrtnlna. vers 1
and never before offered at less than $11. SO: price tor this week. M-SS.
5 pair novelty Chenjle Curtain., Jit out from the mil a, aaw co'oc
lags, verv stylish, value t f 0: special price this week, (& 48.
Duplicates at these pi Ices after these lots are gone out of tbe ques
tion. Bargains in Stamped Goods.
lAOearvlar cloths, special atamped patterns, each 8c.
Broken assortment of odds and enda of sets and slightly so Hal
stamped linens this week at abont half 1 rice.
30 pairs linen pillow aaama, nicely .tamped and hemmed, per
We have left in winter jae'teu from $18 down tor this week, roar
Any fur eipe now la iok, no mat:cr at what former price, aew
BPECIAL I far capes at each, SI .99.
New and Full
Meek of the f.mous "Hartshorn roller shades. Remember the prices.
Sic, S5e and 15e. The lowest ever nmed for these shades.
Hew fringes for roller shades. Make jour own fi inged shades.
Standard Sewing Machine.
The OJTLYrewins machine ta buy. If vou want the neat. Is the Stand
aid tlotarr fhattle. If yon think of purrbasine a machine, a look will
cost ou nothing, and may be the axansof siving yon much fntare an
no. anre and discomfit. The price are abont call those heretofore
named for ihis splendid, high grade machine.
Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 1711 Second avenue, Rock Island.
But if you have an aching void
wrn ran ones inn Thnra la nntli.
" J --w-" ,
ins that will satisfy the "Inner;
RELL & MATH'S
We serve them in any style, and
at any time.
TEA OR CHOCOLATE.
Don't you feel like eating a light
lunch in place of a heavy dinner
occasionally r or it you naven t
got time to go home to your
meals, just come in and try our
WHAT IS NICER
Than a good hot cup of Chase &
Sanborn's Java and Mocha coffee
with a few nice Vienna rolls,
filain rolls, French rolls or a love
y ham sandwich: and for desert
we have cream pie, cream puffs,
cream rolls, chocolate eclairs,
almond tarts and a large assort
ment of fine cakes.
Every cup of coffee, tea or choco
late is made to order. This is
one of the reasons we claim to
make the best, besides we serve
pure rich cream with every cup.
TO THE LADIES:
Buck's Steel Ranges
A WROUGHT STEEL RANGE
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.
Try us once when
KRELL & MATH,
Party Supply House.
1716 and 1718 Second Av.
It Pays to Buy the Best
As there are so many imitations offered. It is a waste
time, patience and money to buy an inferior Range.'
Don't BUY a Range
Before you have seen a Buck's Steel
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT
We dose at 6: JO evenings 1309-1811 Second Avenue.
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
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
gists. Hock island. 111.