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f HE ARGUS, MONDAY, MAKCH 18, 1805.
Prof. DeMotte tonight.
Leal lard at Schroeder's.
See Emig's Hoe of spring suitings.
Fancy Kentucky bine grass seed at
Special silk sale at Young A Mc-
For silks of all kinds go to Mcln-
In tyre-Reck Co's.
Largest line of silks ever shown at
Young & McCo nibs'.
Now is the time to invest in silks
at Tonng & McCombs'.
The latest styles at the new mil
linery store, Hnrst block.
A big lot of knee pants new goods
at Sommers & LaVelle's.
J. F. Kane, T. J. Murray and John
GafTey Sundayed in Chicago.
The city council meets in semi
monthly session this evening.
The English specials at Emig's. the
tailor, are going like hot cakes.
Don't fail to read Jackson & Hurst
ad. if you have money t invest.
Bargains in black silks for skirts
at Mclutyre-Reck Co's. Read aJ.
Sow yeur lawns with Kentucky
blue grass seed. For sale at Long's.
Mr. and Mrs. George D. Moore
were in the city from Port Byron to
day. Deputy Collector Lamont's re
ceipts for last week amounted to
Those junior suits at $1.65 are the
talk of the town, at Sommers & La
Velle's. Remember the date of the southern
excursion via the R. I. & P. railway
Buy the "Duchess" pasts for true
fit and best wear at Sommers & La
Velle's. The largest line of carpets of all
grades can now be seen at Clemann &
The last reports from Minneapolis
were that Dr. Truesdale was gradu
If you are interested in nobby suits
for boys and cnildren, visit Sommers
" Mr. and Mrs. George Dean and
daughter are visiting William Bog
gess and family.
Mrs. R. Warner, of Kansas City,
is visiting in the city at the resi
dence of S. Pells.
Reserved seats 25 and 50 crnts for
Prof. DeMotte's lecture tonight. Go
eaaly if you want a seat.
Carpets, no larger assortment in
the three cities than can be seen at
Clemann & Salzmann'd.
The choicest selection of impdrfed
and domestic woolens evesbavr'jfti
tne city just in at j-.mig s. .JrX
Don't wait, but see the latest at
Mrs. C. C. Hodges' new millinery,
Twentieth street. Hurst block.
J. S. Gilmore and E. II. . Guyer
have returned from Chicago, where
they attended the grand opera.
April. 2 is the date f the excursion
to the south via the R. I. & P. Ry.
Tickets limited 30 days for return."
When wanting something very
nice in the furniture line, call and
see Clemann & Salzrnano's tine st jck.
The "Dayton" shirt, the best in the
citv; try one only at Sommers &
Fancy Kaiki, fancy printed India
silks at 25 cents are features of Mc-
Intyre-Reck Co's. great silk sale.
Good fancy silks at 25 cents a yard
Is very cheap. Mclntvre-Reck Co.
are selling them at that price while
Notice "The Boston's" change of
add and call and post yourself as to
the stylish shoes for spring. They
are "up t date."
A meeting will bo held at McHujrh's
ticket office at 7:30 Wednesday even
ing to complete the organization of
the tri-city base ball club.
Clemann & Salzmann can give
prices and styles in carpets and fur
niture that cannot be duplicated in
this section of the country.
You surelv can afford a fancv
silk weist and a black silk skirt
when you consider the prices at Mc
Intyre-Ueck Co's. Read ad.
Well, M. I at rick s didn t cnt any
ice, anvwav and the backbone of
winter may be regarded as broken,
if that old adage holds true.
The regular meeting of the W. C.
T. U. will be held tomorrow after
noon at 2:30 o'clock at the Y. M. C.
A. All ladies are cordiallr invited
A fine entertainment is promised
at Harper s theatre lbursday even
iug. when Mrs. W. A. Ross gives her
concert for the benefit of St. An
The uerman-fcnglish school prop-
Highest HonorsWorld's Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
bom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
r mo 1
erty, corner of Fourth avenue and
Fourteenth street, is for sale or rent.
Apply to Robert Wagner, B. Winter
or John Ohlweiler.
Every family should nave a case
of Carse & Ohlweiler's selzer in their
house, especially while our river
water is in such an impure condi
tion. Telephone 1014.
The first dnty of the head of a
family is to guard the health of his
family. To do so, keep Carse &
Ohlweiler's carbonated goods in the
boose. Telephone 1014.
Silks, silks, silks McCabe Bros.
propose to do the silk business this
year 11 they can ao iu von t iau
to visit their silk department this
week, whether you are interested or
Up to date" shoes for stylish
dressers, either men's or ladies, are
to be seen at "The Boston." See the
new linesof $3 50 "Razor" and "Razor
Square" toes for ladies "The Bos
Now is the time to snpply yourself
with a summer stock of shirt waists
before the assortment is broken and
while the prices are broken 50 cents
to 2.50 for the proper things at Mc
Last Saturday George L. Qaist,
gent for the Germania Life Insur
ance company of New York, paid the
sum of $5,000, for which the life of
Albert Braun was insured, to his es
tate. Indeed a prompt settlement.
specially in a case like this.
China and Japanese mattings in
endless variety. Over 200 rolls are
now displayed at Clemann & Salz
mann's, and will be sold at half the
price that they were sold last season.
Mattings that were sold last yer at
40 cents, now at 22 cents. Others in
The Moline Pump company epi
sode, in which A. S. Wright and A.
R. Bryant figured as principals, was
rehearsed in Magistrate Kern's court
Saturday afternoon. The defendant,
Wright, entered a plea of not guilty
to assault, but the evidence of wit
nesses was against him and he was
fined $25 and costs. j
It is imperative that afll nomi
tions be tiled with. thencitv 'cler
of the demccratic city-township com
mittee by tonight, and Chairman
Wheelan desires to impress upon all
ward chairmen and secretaries the
duty of filing the nominations duly
credited with the city clerk this
evening at the outside.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Adams, of
eoria. arrived Saturday to attend
the interment of Mts. Durling.whose
remains bad been temporarily de
posited in the vault. Mr. Adams is 88
years of age. and a pioneer of PeoriaJ
democracy, bavin s cast bis first vote
iur tiacKson. jney are Bioiipiirg
with Mr. and Mrs. John Scherer. .
Thence tirltr at the Y. M. G. A.
the interests of tbicaska suffer
ers was (ell attended. J. C.
Pbval exprwined the distre&SBafcajid
deplorable ajtuatMin Nebraska a
Revi Martuis and? others spoke. Six
dollars t?re rajacd to start an organ
ized effort. TVe first M. E. church
contributed I Jb to the same cause.
A lady, whose mind has been dis
turbed over domestic difficulties,
wandered from home last night, and
her mysterious absents caused con
siderable anxiety to- her-daughters
until this morning, when Chief Sex
ton located ' her in Moline at
the home of a friend. She is tunable
to explain how she got there, and is
probably suffering from temporary
County Treasurer Titterington and
Chairman Schoon maker, of the bond
committee of the county board, re
turned from1 Chicago yesterday
mcrnin; where they deposited the
county bonds for $125,000 and re
ceived a certified check for the
amount from Harris & Co.. which
was deposited in the First National
bank there to the credit of Mitchell
& Lynde, who give the county a
certificate of deposit for the amount.
One 01 Moline s bloods, pretty well
loaded, lost his balance while stand-
ng on the front end of a trailer be
tween the bridges last eveninjr, fell
beneath the car and would have been
run over but for the interference of
the guard rail. His clothes were
badly turn, and he sustained a few
scratches, but whether be was in
jured internally he didn't know. He
will discover bis injuries wben be
The American Blade made its part
ing kick Saturday night, the pub
lisher, w. A. Guthrie, maintaining
that he has !ost $5,000 m the venture
and that there is little less than
$1,090 standing out in subscriptions
which he cannot collect. He declares
he has held up the flag until his arm
is palsied, asserts that the Catholics
are on top. condemns delinquent
stockholders as well as subscribers
but Favs that 'He .die, but never
surrender." It is understood that
Henry Brockman will be the assignee.
Iati Could Not Conquer.
"Lore conquers all thing' they (17, bat we
know teller. Thete are some thine it cannot
conquer. Amocf them are, headache, bilious
nese dypepia. constipation and piles. Bat
lore can' oC conquer them, L'r. Pierce' Pleastnt
Pellet ran. You cannot bur real love at a drug
t re, but n- live srtggM U1 be found without
Pr Pierot'a Pleasaiit tvlieU. "Lots' culo! do
better than to tecomntrnd litem.
t . - Ok, Teal
We keep Parks' Cough Syrup and
we tell everyone it is the best cough
cure we sell. Everybody likes itand
we sell it on a guarantee. TrVlt for
yonr cold. Sold by Harts & Ulle
mever. . . ' '
Brings com'ort and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment 'when
rightly used. The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, wi th
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, Pyrup of Figs.
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, the ref resiling and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
adve; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling co!ds headaches and fevers
ana permanently curHg constipation.
It has given satisfaction tc million and
met with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
fyrup of Fifrs is for sale by all drug
risU in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
package, also the nane. Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute if offered.
JAILORS WAN TED-AT HOPPS S J803 Sec-
a. otid avenue.
Ho"sa rot KKsr FrRSisiiED oa tN
nniielied. Apply at Kill Second avenue.
WANTED A. 1. OIL SAltSMKV AT ONCE.
Enclose nmp. The Pacific heuoing Co.,
GOOD af rL.CH COW, WEI IIS ABOUT 950
pound, will .be so! 1 f"r -
Enquire at N iaatn'e South P .tk
OS1 LAP ROB AXD BLANKET BETWERN
Ninfteenth and Twi-nTv-recond treoTf and
Fonrtx and Seventh avenues Finder leave at
tai office and bt rewarded.
117 A XT ED A
SMART. ACTIVE. WELL
an can o tain a flrst-clas
and stnaiOTiToii, r th advancement, by npply
Inc at IKS Fifth avenue, alter 5 p.m., cr before
J a. m. .
Spring : Gloves.
7-hook I I
Kid Gloye A I I
at $1.25 I VI
per pair. I
Flit nartwell in l.er last syndicate
article says: I don't recommend
any special brand of tea for afternoon
o'clock. I do, however, know all
about the best tea to take at night.
farks lea will certainly clear vour
complexion and purify yonr blood
You will be surprised at the im
provementif you take a cup of Parks'
lea each night, hold by Hartz
Also a full stock of Driving
and Bicycle Gloves. Head
quarters for Base Ball Supplies.
1605 Second Avenue.
The Celebrated Zakesville
STONE - WATER - FILTERS
Have been fully tested and their
merits established as possessing' -every
practical adaptation tor
family use, rendering the most
impu re and foul rain, river or
hydrant water free from all or-,
ganic matter, gases, taste or '
It has been proved that Ty
phoid Fever, Cholera. Diarrhoea.
Diphtheria and other Zymotic
Diseases are chiefly caused by
drinking impure water.
This Filter makes the most foul
water Wholesome and Good.
FOR SALE BT
1615-1617 Second Ave.
Insurance and Loans.
Buy, sell and manage
property on commis
sion. Collect rents.
Room 4, Mitchell & Lynde b'ng.
: A word to those sroins
to bnild this coming
season! If vou are go
ing to build a nice) res
idence get figures from
the Colona fetone C. of
Col on a. 111., on a ten
stone building cf white
or verijjated sandstone.
If you bnlld of brick let
them give von figures
on the trimmings. If
vou build a frame or
wood building let them
o-ive you figures on the range work.
It will improve the look ard vain of Tour
hou-v S5 Pr cent, home of the nicet boiidiBt-
in the iate are buiit of 4'oViHia efone. Ry
Tour are tt-rt rovel v Co'ona sfon
to be ned in yoor bo Hi: c. Sample o done
and pnotocnpM -of nnraiac ea ce ven
Room It. MucbsU Ljode' cuildiag.
' ,4 '1 TW . 1 I
f - MATH Fa-TIK I
I yr.mtwui mim it I
Mc In tyre' Reck Qy Goods co.
Sole Agents for Butterick Patti
Also Standard Sewing Machines.
Special Silk Event Bargains Extraordi
nary. Thawgh nvnsnal dills ence andnperb good torture, oar afik barer
bow In Ver York, has ecarMl more exceptional ra'gatna for onr open
ing ilk eale than are luua'ly placed before th pnblie ht an entire .ea
su... Silk i Mprvm th4 jear of all o her, and the "$tw adraoc
leg raoioly in pr ce everr dy. We htre noed tbeexp-V oeely to plac
on our count, rs tbe at'lendid (ilk array which will eq too this week.
Kew nverchantu hare the nerra to a dee Ijr cut On?'c of choke
goods like these at the very oateetef the seaeon. bait ft ia'-nur way and
you reap the oj efit. Once rone, many of tb baraalnstnat we oiler at
this sale cannot be replaced, eren a: a larger advance ta JUs.
1 0 0 yard of Printed India anl fhina waati liiks,-vary-jaaperlor
elotb, pattcrua copied from the highest priced imporSM f air per
yard, 25c. Oua dies lerg'a to a customer. . ,
8n0 yard of fancy Kaikl silk, cheap at 48c. while they last on'y S5e.
Owing io the choice styles aid euorr.or quality of the Ktian (quite
gfunn ae utaaiiy cn tne maraeti e are reluctantly euBpei:a ta
ilrtheqiianuiy one wa t pattern, 6 Tarda to a eoztoawr, per
Fancv Jananete crepe a Ilka, worth 98s. ml nr. at BTVic. Thev
will go awful quick.
: - Taffeta and China plise lilks in a doint different styles, from the
.'world famou aoase of James Jle.reery Co., leader of exclusive
At ffic, alloy met tff.cte.woith (1 IS.
At 8i'ic, check effects, cheap at St SS.
at 82c, fancy black and while check Lyontlse taffeta, neat and very
At 9Se. imported Persian silks, worth $1 S3
At 98s, Persian taffeta silks, worth J1.2S. .
At SSe. SO different styl: and colorings, fane tsffefA none worth
less than $1 IS.
At TJ4c S style and eolorlnin, 4-lnch Icdla silks In French pat
terns. A aplend d good value at $1 .
At fl .td extreme imported novelties, very ttylith end I iili omi
McCreery ge-s ft for th tuw.
Very special prices for thi silk sale. Esarytblrgncw. Beltable
goods at lea than the price of trash.
jlBlackpeaa de oie, excellent quality, should be (1,(9:.
d Black peau de srte, 9SV4C, sboald be $1 .3$.
Black tj grain, all silk. 57HC, cheap at 75c , '
Black grosgriiu, guaranteed not to crack, TTe, yon ns nally psj $U
B ack faille, rtrictly all silk, TTtte.
Black India i:k, toft and oool, 15c, wa to t ave been a !9a leader.
And man more ttesa which yon mat come in to fee. Some of the
bore lot cannot powibly last long, ant when gone none can De dapli
ca ed at price quoted.
Stick a Pin in Here.
2T-!nch (note the width) fancy India silks, 7 styles, at T4c; would
be a bariu at $1 .
About 0 Tarda (all there was in the tot, extra quality of cloth,
printed India silks, per yard, 8c regular 50c leader. A lim't of one
dress lenitth to a customer.
Blegant taffeta al.k In big line of plain colorings, very suitable for
linings or skir:.
Kew plaid slk beicg placed oa sale as fast as rccetred. We are
thawing the new Victoria plaid. lV:ce styles in plaid riks are haid to
secure at any pr.ee.
MCIntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co.
y 1709 and 171 1 Second avenue. Rock Island.
But it you have an aching void
we can cure you. There is noth
ing that will satisfy the "Inner
Man" like .
KRELL & 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? or if you haven'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,
plain rolls, French rolls or a love
ly bam sandwich; and for desert
we have cream pie, cream pulls,
cream rolls, chocolate eclairs,
almond tarts and a large assort
ment of fine cakes.
Every cup of coffee, tea or choco
latp 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: Try us once when
KRELL & MATH,
Party Supply House.
1716 and 1718 Second Av.
Buck's Steel Ranges
A WROUGHT STEEL RANGE
Bakes quicker, bakes more evenly, has
greater capacity, uses less fuel, burns
coal or wood, andr lasts tengfef ' than
any other styleortooking Apparatus.
It Pays to Buy the Best
As there are so many imitationsoffered. It is a w-s'e of
time, patience and money to buy an inferior Range
Don't BUY a Range
;;Beforeyou have seen a Buck's SteK
Raii&e. - r
We close' at 6:50 evenings
1 809-1 81 i-Second Avenue.
Be lnpefl Sandoiv Panis
And the Warranted Not-to-Rip Union-Made
SWEET, ORR & CO. PANTS for Men.
These are the Best Made Trousers in the Land.
We have just received a large shipment of both these celebrated
makes, and in order to thoroughly introduce thete lines we have
placed on Sale
500 Pairs of the $1.00 quality Sandow Pants at 50C
200 Pairs of the Sweet, Orr & Co.. $3.50 Pants at $2.50
tU yZV) IN PERFECT j TJ Q' X
SANDOWS PERFECT RANTS
SEWED WITH SILK AND LINEN.
WARRANTED WOT TO RIP.