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rHB ARGU8 FRIDAY. MARCH 22, 1895.
Fresh eggs only 9c at Shields'.
Bicjcle sundries at McHngh'a.
Hats for everyone at the London.
Nobby spriog oTercoats M. & K's.
Stetson's stifT hats at the London.
Nasimentta stiff hats the London.
Kentucky blnegrass seed at Long's.
Elegant line of spring suits at the
Shields Is selling fresh eggs at 9c
Special sale on ladies' shoes at
Dressed turkeys and chickens at
Ueis Bros .
Just for fun, men's shoes $1, at
Catawba and Malaga grapes at
Children's blouse waists new line
Children's bib overall, age 4 to 8,
at the London.
Boy's, if you want a real sleek shoe,
see Dolly Bros'.
Light weight OTercoats at Som
mers A LaVelle's.
The Czar. Stetson's latest Fedora
hat, at the London.
Some very small wheels for very
small kids at Kerr's.
Four packages good corn starch
for 25 cents at Nissen's.
Four pounds of 4 -Crown raisins
for 25 cents at Xissen's.
For all the latest styles of hats,
the London is the place.
Fire pounds of good 3-Crown rai
sins for 25 cents at Xissen's.
Seven bars of Gloss or Our Lady
soap for 25 cents at Xissen's.
Get that Easter suit at M. & K's.
a simply beautiful line to select from.
Fast black hose for boys, two pairs
for 25 cents, worth double the Lon
don. Four ponnds ef fancy new Cali
fornia prunes for 25 cents at Xis
sen's. Mr. and Mrs. George Koenigeaeck
er have a new daughter in their
Get in your order for a Columbia
before they are all gone. McHugh,
We guarantee a fit on everything
leaving our store Sommers & La
Velle. Lettuce, radishes, green onions,
parsley, soup bunches and spinach at
Guaranteed new garden and flower
seeds three packages for 10 cents at
Old garden seeds, but guaranteed
good two packages for 5 cents at
Saturday is the last day of the $5
suit sale. It interested, come the
Sommers & LaVelle for the latest
style of hats, fepecial attention giveo
The nobby styles for children are
Junior and Reefer suits at Sommers
Today's intelligence of Dr. Truer
dale's condition is that be is more
The choicest line of boy's and men's
spring suits in the city at bommer's
The new razor square and razor
pointed toe for gentlemen's shoes are
now in at M. & K's.
The greatest of all lines our line
of colored shirts, laundned and an
lanndried the London.
Our line of neglige shirts is com
posed of all the best styles in the
market bommeri l-a elle.
McIIngh has jnst received a full
line of the latest bicycle sundries.
Call and see them at his office.
The tableau Manvaunts" this
evening at the First Methodist
church. Admission, 25 and 10 cents.
Repairing anything on any whoel
done promptly by an experienced
man at Kerr's bicycle headquarters.
We can fit anyone in a spring snit
regular and odd shape tor stout
and lean men and boys the Lon
Special sale on ladies' shoes.strictly
up to date, but are making special
inducements to introduce the line, at
Wearthe Dutchess" pun's or over
alls and know they are the best, only
at Sommers & LaVelle's. An im
Waverlv, Ben Hur, Monarch and
Magra bicvcles $S5, as good as any
100 wheel in the market. Call at
Kerr's and see them.
William Tracev. Henry Clayton
James Weldon and Jamt-s McCarthy
who have been visiting for some time
Highest Honors World Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
Worn Ammonia, Alum or any ouMraauacraoc
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
at the connty jail under vagrancy
sentences, were release a yesterday
oj snenti uemenway.
Lettuce, spinach, cauliflower, cu.
cambers, watercress, parsley, soap
bunches, tomatoes, radishes ana
onions at Hess Bros'.
Stacks of the choicest, nobbiest.
nattiest boys' and children's clothing
yon ever cast your eyes upon has been
received at M. at K's.
The gay and festive season at the
Watch Tower opens this evening
with a dance arranged by pupils ef
frol. fjlendeoen a class.
Columbias are going like hot
cakes. They are the best that's
wby everybody wants them. Call
at McHugh's and see a sample.
A mass meeting to discuss matters
of interest to workingmea has been
called at Hillier's hail Saturday even
ing by representatives of the varioua
H. U. Harris, auctioneer, will
Wednesday, March 27, at 10 a. m.,
sell to the'highest bidder all of the
household goods of the late Henry
Housman at 1123 Third avenue.
New 10-cent music at Taylor's
Ben Bolt. Wounded Robin. Sweet
heart Down in the Sea. Along Old
Highwav, Sweet Lillian. Xellie, She's
My Daughter Still, Fatal Marriage.
The buver Crescent i teamed eat of
her winter quarters at the Kahlke
Bros', harbor last evening, and after
coaling ap on this side left this
morning for lower points to be gin
her season's business.
Miss Tomlinson returns home to
Orion this evening, after a visit with
friends. She will be accompanied by
the Misses Montgomery and Fuller
ton and Andy Hohman, who will at
tend a dance to be given there this
evening by the M. W. A.
The Chrysanthemum club gave a
dancing party at Turner hall last
evening, about thirty-five couples of
tri-city colored people participating.
ttieuer s orchestra discoursed musie.
and all enjoyed themselves immense
ly. At midnight refreshments were
Maj. L. M. Buford has had hand
somely mounted with silver a cane of
hickory which he had cut from the
battle held at Uhickamauga. where
General Palmer proved the hero of
the hour and where the major partici
pated, ine tn-cnptions reaa. "Uen.
John M. Palmer from L. M. Buford."
la Um lacwrwat of tiiBin.
Farmers everywhere in the west
and northwest are becoming interest
ed in the cheap farm lands of Vir
ginia where the soil is good; the cli
mate is free from the extremes of
heat and cold, and where the best
markets of America are within easy
The "Farm News" of Spri gfield.
Ohio, has planned a half-rate land.
seekers excursion to tiryinia to
leave Cincinnati at 7 p. m., April 2.
I hey will be received by the governor
of Virginia and commissioner of ag
riculture, the latter conducting them
through the state. At every stopping
place committees have been appoint
ed to take them in band with a view
of showing them every phase of agri
cultural life in Virginia. No other
trip under such favorable auspices
can possibly be made. Special low
rates have been made at all hotels
Send your name to Excursion De
partment. Farm Xews, Springfield,
Ohio, fir address U. L. Truitt. G. T.
P. A., Cincinnati, Ohio.
K alWT-AW KLKGATVT BRICK STORK
and bMtmt near AanMnt Bonk Con-
ccra, splendid location for drug sioee or any mer
cantile easiness. Inquire of anwostana Bk
Concern, or C. e. TfemiL, 4M Fouttu avean. Mo-
FOR REW-BARHBK (WOP AND BATH
m ma i ear Awrustuna Book oneer-. titan-
did location for rigM man Apoiv to An n.tana
Hook concern, or U. U. Thnlin, 4SS Fourth are
D. Roy Bowlby has ordered trem
the Truscott Boat Manufacturing
company of St. Joseph, Mich., a 4-
horse power pleasure launch, the
equal or which for beauty and bn-
ish has not as yet invaded this part
of the river. The boat will be fin
ished about April 1, and is being
built in accordance with the fancies
of the owner, who is expending
something over 91.000 in the con
struction of the craft. It is to be
25-feet long, with a passenger capac
ity of 20. 1 he power for it will be
gasoline, and seven miles an hour in
still water is the guaranteed speed.
and on its arrival the boat will be
anchored near the levee, where an en
closure will be erected for its pro
The atooerv Way
commends itself to the will-informed.
to do pleasantly and effectually what
was formerly done in the crudest
manner and disagreeably as well.
To cleanse the system and break up
colds, headaches and fevers without
unpleasant after effects, use the de
lightful liquid laxative remedy. Syr
up 01 rigSL
Kew Itowte to St. Lents.
Via Rock Island & Peoria railwav.
Trains leave Rock Island depot, foot
01 1 wentieth street, at 8:0a a. m. and
1:15 p. m. Ihis route offers a de
lightful trip through the heart of
the state, pasoing enroute the cities
of Peoria, (lunch procured here) and
Springfield. Rates as low aa com
peting lines. Through tickets to all
R. Stockhocse, G. T. A.
Fair weather; very little change in
tempearture; brisk southerly winds.
Today's temperature. 48.
F. J. Walt. Observer.
Lm cwld So t'nniir.
"Lorn conquers all tninca" tber ey. bat an
know a. aer. There are om tkfege it eawwo
conqaer. Amos them ar headache, bilioae-
aese 4yepepla, cans Ipition and ics. I
lore ttn- ot cunqnsr them. Pr. Pierre PI
rVleteeaa. oa rannot be real lore at a dreg
St re.bat no live drnggUtB ill Be lonad vrttJaoet
Dr Pierces Plea-sat Prints. -Lore" cannot do
Im Are ImvMael
To my millinery opening and display
01 hne millinery, mks. lnvocK.
Third avenue. Moline.
la Cst aewveair Paekmcea a ho rra
aia'li eh Udr Alt in laa, tat Mnrrnsi
teat ate MsmiSay.
The lecture Monday in T. M.
C. A. auditorium ia purposely given
in ine aiiernoon to avoid a crowd.
Nothing will.be sold and there is no
scheme" attached to the work.
These lectures are exclusively for
housekeepers, to whom reserved
seats and souvenirs are free. All
will be under the personal direction
of Ellsha B. Worrell, of Boston, the
best known and highest salaried ex.
ponent of food subjects bow before
the public. Doors open at 1:30;
commence at 2 o'clock.
TBI Aaocs. only lOe a week.
TJ7 AH nD-TWO T RSI 'HUD ROOMS FOR
" liaht honsekeenln- Addreaa "M - t
lJ7ASTBr A PKW FIRST CLA9 BOABD-
era. Gentlemen preferred. No.S0S9routh
WA.XTBD-A 'iOOD COOK AT MRS. HKNRT
Cartla'. 1137 Second avenne. Weave S21
WilTTO-i COOK AND SECOND GIRL.
Inoairs of airs. Prank Milter. ;a Twen
WASTED A. 1. OIL SALESMEN AT OIC B.
Baelaae et.mn. Tee Pti ifls krSnine Cn..
DCB RIK"-A FLAT OF SEVKTT BOOMS
r over Blake A Muri.nv'a. Annie at V. Den
ser', SIT Nineteen- h street
OR KWST A FLAT OF FIVE ROOMS IN
A rood order on -event avenne and Tweaty
fenrth etreet. Apply nt SUM fifth avenne.
WANT ID A SMART, ACTIVE. SVKLL
d rested reMleman ran obtain a flne-etnaa
and stsn eneiikm, w in advancement, by pplv
rne at ISiS Fifth avean, after 6 1. m.,or before
LOST A CROCHETED POCKRT-BOOK BE
tween Fonrth avenne and wenue'h street
sad Seventh avenne and ichreenth atreet yea
trrday afterooon confinirg $T.Sa. Sai table re
ward for its return to thia office.
Bcrtis Opsra H::s3,
JJ A V M rUKT,
Monday, March 25.
The American Travesty Co. and
EDDIE FOY . . .
In the Fastest e Opt ratio Travcfty,
"OFF m MW
100 People All Good.
Ten t n of ceene y! The ealta natlrg
point of epeetaci 'ar rplendorl haaiilfl.
ceu: calciuui and elec ric eE eta.
Pric Bi.50 tl. T c BOc, and SSc. a.U at
Fink' "s Friday ntoml g. Telepbons ft
SPORTING GOODS at
Bennett's Glove Store
1605 SECOND AVENUE.
CO Us T 9
T f eveaa I
I MnaTfRVaTCB I
- I f -ee. Vol I
I ciaaeaej nsnmni- I
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
impure 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.
But if you have an aching void
we can cure you. There is noth
ing that will satisfy the "Inner
KRELL A MATH'S
We serve them in any style, and
at any time.
TEA OR CHOCOLATE.
Don't yon 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, ya&t come in and try? our
WHAT IS NICE a
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 bam sandwich; and for desert
we have cream pie, cream puffs,
cream rolls, chocolate eclairs,
almond tarts and a large assort
ment of tine 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: Try us once when
KRELL & MATH,
Party Supply Honse.
1116 avnd 1718 Savooad At.
McSfityre-Reck Dry Goods co.
Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns Also Standard Sewing Machines.
Special Silk Event Bargains Extraordi
nary. r "eanal dilleoee and saperb pood Itartane, onr silk barer
aow la Kew Yerk. has eecnrd mare excoMtonsi a'cejns for onr opea
' ellk o,ki than are eeoa It place bf jre the peblic in aa entire .ea
see. Silk usepremo thia yew of all o here, am the ntark-t le edvase
I raaioly im pr ca every day. We hve need the esp eea freely to place
on oar coe nt- re tee svlendia l'k array which will reet von thia week,
nxrebauts bar- tie nerve to no dee ly ct the prices of choke
(ooda Hko tbeee at the very oateetof the eaeoa. but It is oar wsv and
you reap the be eSt. Once pone, many of the b.rsaina that we offer at
thia sals cannot be replaced, even at a larger advance in price.
isayardscf Prhrted India and China wssh silks, very raperior
eloth. Pattens copied from the hishest priced imported silke, par
yard, He. Una dress length to a caatoaier.
m yard of fancy Kaiki silks, cheap at 49e, while they last on'y SSc.
nwins ;o the choice styles and superior quality of thee Kaikl'a qo.it
S ,.?Jh wensaaUyoatho market) we ar relacUntly c mpel'ed to
limit th qnanutj-ona waiat paitera, S yards to a cavtomer. per
'-.tiTi.ncT.,r,pM,f!f epe silks, woith 18c. as a flfrr, at ttiic.
Will go awfal quick.
TjfeU and Chins pllaseslikstasdoaea different rtyles, from the
world famous aoate of James Mercery Co., leaders ot exclusive
At TSc, all ot r ne effects worth $1 II.
At 8ic check effects, cheap at SI. IS.
At 83c, fancy blank and whit check Lyonalse taffeta, neat and very
At SSs. imported Perslsn silks, worth f 1 S3
At ftSe, Persian taffeta silks, worth 91 JS.
AtlSe. MTffertat styles sad coloring, fancy Uffetts. none worth
At Ttiic t5 rtrlee and colorrrra, M-inch Icdla auks ia French pat.
terns. A aplead d good vainest $1.
At Si 4 exit i ma imported novelties, vary stytieh and bandaome:
McCreery gets S for the sums.
Vrry vpecial prloee for thte rllk rale. EverTihUa-atw. aelltble
grjodeat lee laaa the price ef trssh.
Black peaa d toie, excellent quality, ahoold be 11, SSc.
Block peau d Siie, SSJic, should be SI .88.
Black srie grain, all silk. STtte, cbeip at 75c
Black gro gTiin, gaaranteed not lo crack, 77Sc, you urnally pay II.
B ack falU strictly all silk, T7e.
Black India atlk, soft nad oool, tac waa 'o lav been a SS leader.
And many woe Item which yon ma t come in tore. Some of the
above lots cannot potaibiy last long, and when gone none can Da depu
ca ed at prices quoted.
Stick a Pin in Here.
ST-incb (note to width) fancy India silks, 7 styles, at 7c; would
be a bargain at $1.
About 4'Ovards (all there waa In the lot. extra quality of cloth,
printed India silks, yard, SSc regular BOc leader. A limit of on
dies length to a customer.
Klegint uffeU sl.k In big line of plain colorings, very suitable for
lining ur akin.
cw plaid r'lk Kelrg plarrd on sal as fast a received. Wear
showtcg the new Victoria plaid. Choice styles in plaid (ilka are hard to
eecare at any pr ee.
Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 171 1 Second avenue. Rock Island.
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.
It Pays to Buy the Best
As there are so many imiUtions" offered. It is a wiste of
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 close at 6:30 evenings
1809-1811 Second Avenue.
TUG If I0M
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 these lines we have
placed on Sale
500 Pairs of the $ioo quality Sandow Pants at 50C
200 Pairs of the Sweet, Orr & Co..' $3.50 Pants at $2.50
SANDOWS PERFECT PANTS
SEWED WITH SILK AND LINEN.
WARRANTED NOT TO RIP.