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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, MABCH 25. 1895.
At Young & McCombs'.
Saturday matinee March SO.
J. S. Gilmore is back from Chicago.
Attend Youd & McCombs cilk
Sapper 25 cents at the M. E.
cnurcn tomorrow night.
New baby carriages from 13.95 to
fid at loaug a McCombs".
No one mast fail to hear Carpen
ter, the celebrated lecturer.
John Define, of Chicago, is spend
ing a ien us, wkd retail Tes.
Children's corset waists. 10c, 12c
and loc at Mclntjre-Keck Co's.
Tomorrow will be the last day of
registration lor the spring election.
Bromley Smyrna rugs 18x45, worth
f 1 0, price 75c each at Young & Mc
CombV. A most elegant line of parlor ta
bles just received at Clemann & Salz
manu's. Something new and fancy at
Clemann & SaizmanaV Call and
lion, and Mrs. E. W. Hurst and
the Misses liuford have returned
W. F. Fullerton is very ill with a
complication of diseases at his home
on Twentieth street.
New double spring capes in tan,
navy, brown and black 98c each at
Young & McCo rubs'.
The Carpenter lecture matinee
Saturday will be the gem of this sea
Straw mattings an endless va
riety of beautiful patterns at
Clemann & Salzmann.
Eas'or opening f Paris pat'erns at
Mrs. C C. H.nlges' next week. Wait
and see the very latest.
Messrs. T. Y. and J. J. LaVelle
left yesterday for Louisville, where
their mother is quite ill.
Twenty-four inch black Duchess
satin, extra heavy, worth f 1 35. price
fl a yard. Young & McCombs'.
100 dozen 43 gauge fast bla-k
ladies' hose worth 25c a pair at the
price of 15c at Young & McCombs'.
Make your carpet selection now at
Clemann & Salzmam-'s. You will
get your choice of a stock that can
not be equaled west of Chicago.
The lecture on Jnpti i is instruc
tive, entertaining and amusing to
ladies, gentlemen, btudents and chil
dren. Elegant values in gown 25c, 5tc,
68c and 75c, etc.. at M -Intyre-cck
Co's. special sale of muslin under
wear. Ladies' drawers only 19c, 25c. S2c.
etc., at Mclntyre-Reek Co's. muslin
underwear sale. Read advertise
ment. A letter received from C. Y. Xcgas
at Mineral Springs. Ind.. states that
his condi- ion has as yet shown no im
provement. Muslin skirts, which it will pay
you to buy, only 25c, 50c, 75c, 98c,
etc.. at Mclutyre-Keck Co's. Read
Emmons Cartwright arrived from
Cincinatti this morning to accept a
position in F. W. Weislcr's Twentieth
street barber -hup.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday,
April 1. 2 and 3, are the days set for
the gnndw-t display of pattern hats
at Mrs. C. C. Hodges'.
Forty inch spring novelty dress
goods worth 50c, 62c, anil 75c per
yard, the price 28c, 28c, 28c per yard
at Young & McCombs'.
Attend the sociable tomorrow
night at the First M. E. church.
Program and icecream during the
evening. Supper 25 cents.
Thi linest and largest assortment
of straw mattings in the city at
Clemann & Salzmann's and selling at
one half the price that it did a year
Travel over the Rock Island
bridge yesterday footed up: Foot
north. 741; south, 7C'; total. 1.501.
Teams north, 637; south, 629; total,
New spring wrappers at Mclntyre
Reck Cos. Specials for this week at
69o, 89c, 98c, 1.18 and $1.48 which
are fnlly one-third loss than regular
Dining room tables, sideboards and
book ca.-es. no larger line shown at
one time in this section of the coun
try now on display at Clemann &
The first evidence of relief came
yesterday 'twas the sprinkier
and the dust lay down. Regular
trips are being made today. It's a
good thing, etc.
No. 1, on the Rock IIsnl. arriv-
Highest Honors WWj Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
om Ammonia, Alum ot any owcraauucrani.
40 YEARS Trie SI ANUAKU.
lag from Chicago at 4:20, p. m.. will
hereafter go on to -Davenport. aftr
wrl backing over to this city, in
stead oi layisg over here.
The meeting at the Y. M. C. A.
bnilding tonight will be addressed
by Rev. W. S. Marqois. Young men
are especially welcome. Service will
be well worth attending. Drop in.
Corset covers at 10c, 13c, 19c, 25c.
32c. 39c, etc., all exceptional for the
price and much below real value,
form one of the features of Mclntyre
Reck Co's. great muslin underwear
H. B. Hanmore, of the advance
force of Ringling Bro's great shows
which are to vppear in Davenport
May 1. was in the city today. The
Ringling Bro's have one of the very
best tented attractions on the read
Miss C. Haas wishes to inform her
friends and patrons that she has re
turned from the eastern market and
is now prepared to show the finest
line of pattern hats and bonnets ever
dip1aied in this city. All are cor
dial'y invited to inspect them.
Charles O'Hara. for the past 10
years connected with the Iowa Cath
olic Messenger, has purchased the
uemocrat. a weekly journal oi Hum
phrey, Xeb. Charles is a conserva
tive and hustling newspaper man.
and there is no question as to his suc-
Joseoh Guttsweiler has lease i
Ja -ob Ohl weiler's saloon, corner of
Second avenue and fifteenth street.
and will open his new sal on April 1.
wuen be wm re p eased to have his
friends call and see him. Lunch will
be served every morning from 9 to
The Rock Island Citizens' Improve
ment association should be revived.
There is plentv of work for such an
organization to do in a city growing
ana improving as Kock Island is and
much that has been done in the past
has been directly attributable to this
Fire at Coal Valley.
Coal Valley, March 25. On Sit-
nrday evening about 8 o'clock Wil
liam Greer's barn was on fire. The
family were all absent, but one of his
neighbors came to the rescue, which
was too late to save his stock. He
lost three horses, one cow and all his
hay. There was no insurance.
Charles Morris, a fisherman, has
not been seen since the 9th. and
there is no clew as t his wherea
bouts. It is supposed he is drowned
in Rock river.
Committeemen to Meet.
A meeting has been called at the
ofiice of C. B. Marshall in Mitchc'l &
Lynde's block tomorrow evening of
all democratic ciiy and ward com
mitteemen, when matters of impor
tance are to be taken up and when
the attendance of all committeemen
Ttie Kangaroo at Tioy.
When pursued, the kangaroo, if pos
sible, dircrts bis flight toward the river.
If ho reaches it, he enters, and, thanks
to his great height, ifj.blu to go on foot
to a depth where theuons are obliged to
swim. There he plants hiiu.-xlf oil his
two hind legs and his tail, and, tip to
his shoulders in the water, he awaits
tlio attack of the dogs. With his fore
paws ho seizes by the head the first dog
that approaches him, and as he is mora
solidly balanced than his assailants he
holds the dog's nose under water as long
as he can. Unless a second dog speedily
comes to the rescue the first 0110 is sure
to be drowned. If a companion arrives
and by his attacks ou the kangaroo man
ages to set the captive free, the half
drowned brute is glad to regain the
shore as quickly es possible. In this way
a strong and courageous male kangaroo
will hold bis owe against 20 or 30 dogs.
drowning some and frightening others,
and the hunter is obliged to intervene
w.th a bullet. Exchange.
Biquon. the Paris restanrateur, ac
quired a large fortune, and his wife car
ried on the business after his death. It
i? of this time that the story is told cf a
poor journalist who was seen in the res
taurant eating a small plate of straw
berries at a season when the frmt was
so expensive as to be an extravagance
even for the rich An acquaintance saw
the wretched penny a hner and sirilei
significantly ""Yes," said the journal-
t. 'l knew I shall have to pay 10
francs for these, but the sight of that
woman at the counter, who is worth
two millions, picking over strawber
ries for ne. who haveu't got 9 loois in
the world, gives me snrh au amount of
ratisfaction that the terries are worth
it ' Sai: Tranciscc Argonaut.
Mm. Kene Richard.
Mm. Rene Richard, the French
mezzo soprano vho fur years ago won
a considerable position at Coveut Gar
den, has issued an announcement of her
retirement from operatic life. She has
founded in Paris a school for the train
ing of opera singers upon the model of
that started some years ago by Mine.
Pauline Lucca, and attached to her
academy she will have a small t heat 01
and stage, which she intends to devote
mainly to the performance of hitherto
unpublished works. Loudon Queen.
There I. Dancer In Delay."
Since 1861 I have been a orent suf
ferer from catarrh. I tried Klv'a
Cream Balm and to all appearances
amcuieu. lerrioie headaches from
which I had long suffered are eone.
W. J. Hitchcock, late maior IT. S.
Vol. and A. A. en. Buffalo. X. Y.
Ki v s Cream Balm has completely
cured me of catarrh when everything
else failed. Many acquaintances
1 ?. -. 1 .
uan uwu 11 nn excellent results
Alfred W. Stevens, Caldwell. Ohio,
trice cf Cream Balm i 50 cents.
CRAINS OF COLD.
Kobody loses anything when a baa
Wron do;n; always begins with-
Teople who think wroujj will be
sure to live that way.
As soon as cold was discovered
somebody invented brass.
Eminent positions make great men
greater and little men less.
A sore way to find a better place is
to more than fill the present cnc.
The great mind is best known by
its condescension to little things.
To tell a person of the evil, and to
say nothing1 of the good, is crticL
The money that brings us the most
good is the money with which we do
It is sometimes almost as unkind to
tell truth about others as it is to tell a
lie on them.
Be thou the first true merit to be
friend; his praise is last who waits
till all commend.
Dark clouds roll up and obscure the
sun, but we know that there is liht
above the clouds.
The great secret of life-is good con
duct, it brings all the rewards that
are worth having.
Man's conscience is a generous
teacher who lectures him without
giving him away.
Some people who sit in front seats
in chnrch, leave their religion beliiud
tbem whenever they go away from
At Blackburn & Co's. Our display
of French pattern hats and bonnets
will be complete and attractive,
Wednesday and Thursday, March 27
mi oft trflvt ttarth and glost lerene.
The linen colliir.Mtnrij the morn;
Full oft at noontime it it Ken
All wilted, uryiklcd and forlorn.
That's what you must expect of
1 sucn a collar: u s the linen ot it.
The stand-up collars won t stand
up, and the turn-down collars will
wilt down.. The easv, cheap, and I
i pleasant way out of this is to wear I
CELLULOID " COLLARS AND
I Cuffs. These goods are made
by covering linen collars or cuffs
on both sides with"Ci;LLULOH, I
thus making them strong and
durable, and waterproof, not anec-
ted bv heat or moisture, i here
are no other waterproof goods 1
made this way, consequently none
that can wear so well. When soiled I
simply wipe them off with a wet
cloth. Every piece of the genuine I
is stamped like uiis :
Insist uTXin poods so marked
if you expect full satisfaction , and
if your dealer docsnot keep them, i
send direct to uscnclosingamouut I
and we will mail sample. State
sue. and whether a stand-up or
turned-down collar is wanted.
Collars 25c. each. Cuffs 50c. patr.
The CELLULOID COMPANY
127-29 Sroadvcav, New York.
OH SALE MATCH TEAM. APPLY NATL
i'y Co , t?ars.
jorsn A LADY'S PURSE. INQUIRE AT
IS. 6. eugiuer ofiice.
WASTED-TWO FURM'HFT) ROOMS FOR
" liubt hcaeKeiia. ALdresd lifi..f this
117 ANTE!.-A FEW FIRSP CLAS BOARD
If en. Gent km -n preferred. No. 2ifcW Fourth
11T ANTICS- A GOOD COOK AT MR5. HERY
U Con is". Wit btHObtl avenue. Wipe ?2J
FCR REN" A FLAT OF SF.YKN TOOM3
otpf K'ak t MunbTS. Add' r at V. Laiu-
ner. au ;m-TernTn street
YTANTFn-A COMPETENT GIL FOR GE
" rl bannework. Mm. J ha CrubauL'U. cor
ner Third avei.uc anl Niiitti MtceL.
f OR RENT FLAT OF FIYE RO'M IN
I tool or tron event" av-n md Tweatv
f nrth street. App' at 4 .16 r iJih avenne.
FOR RBNT-THF IIOT SE WITH ALL MOD
er:t iniiiroretneii!. .14 Scond aveuai'. tv-
evnt'y vacated y CapU Them; won. Aj'ply to
11- 3 eco a avenue.
P )R rpT-AN ELEG '.NT B!U K TO?E
1 ana b35m-o rer Amrup anm Boi k 4 on-
rem. n lend:! Inca'ion for i rur ore or an? mr-
ra'tilt trj!ii.. tnqi'rr if Aieu-tana R-ok
Cor.cern, or C. O. Tho i ,4t6 Feu ta aenue. Mo-
FOR RENT BARRFR SHOP AND BATH
I iwmr rear Auzu-w-n B-ok Conct-r . t !ltn-
did Vocation for riirit mai Ati t to AanMxna
Hoot concern- or l. I, i t n! in. 436 l-ourtn ave
Insurance and Loans.
Buy, sell and manage
property on commis'
sion. Collect rents.
Room 4, Mitchell & Lynde b'n.
c . roe t; I
FILTtR ; ' I
i-.wCTmt vmnm c. I
L a-- f 1
The Celebrated Zaxesville
STOKE - WATER - FILTERS
Have been fully tested and their
merits established as possessing
every practical adaptation for
family use, rendering the most
impure and fool rain, river or
hydrant water free from all or
ganic matter, gases, taste or
It basi 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.
Where all is
A perpftnal fet if nector'd jw, ct.
There no erode surfeit re gm " 'Milton.
KRKLL & MATH have
just such a'p'ace as
the title or heading of this
ad. Step in and take a look
at their stock and you will
say as all others have said:
Oh. what a Palace of Sweets!
CHICAGO VS. ROCK ISLAND
Chicago may have bigger
stores than Krell&Math, but
none are cleaner, or where
better Confectionery or Bak
ery Good are sold. In this re
spect, at leatit. Kock Island
stands shoulder to shoulder
with Chicago. It naturally
follows, therefore, if cleanli
ness and quantity are items
to you, the place to go is
KRELL & MATH'S
Where at any time you can
get th finest of Ice Creams,
Fruit Ices or Party Supplies
on short notice. We arc af
ter your trade on Home
Made Candies, and we want
you to step in and try our
Caramels we make a spe
cialty of them, using noth
ing but pure rich cream and
sugar in making them. We
claim and know that there
is not as fine a Caramel made
in the three cities. Try -them
when down town.
KRELL & HI AT 1 1,
Confectioners and Bakers,
1716 and 1718 Second Ay.
tub Improve Mm
And the Warranted Not-to-Rip Union-Mide
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 $1.00 quality Sandow Pants at 50C
200 Pairs of the Sweet, Orr & Co.. $3.50 Pants at $2.50
Mc In tyre-Reck Dry Goods co.
Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns Also Standard Sewing Machines.
Too know onr innIIn anprrp.rarcne of lat ymar Oir pUn,
Mthrrto unknown rr. t rvng ra'on for 2Se. $1 r.lnr for 50c,
t.:0 !oe f r $1. S2 taiuo f'r 1 45 . d $I.S ti mfla tn -ala
CT-tiM to Inokrd firw.rd l and ilei lo Th year w thill im
ply ontd an prcrion a'lrmpt and pl-e m onr U' tera au'k low,
tne rult. f the most cref-il wi'tS and cn bnra-. will ring la
the b.iiim n market for m-vy a loig day. We can't .peclfy every ft
tnent. erery Horn you nusht tour and hare Kead thi adrcrtioement
carrf a ly: i: will pay, and pay well, then come la and Me big- Talne at
When we ay that yon can bny night town cf fona mnslin at 0"ly
Kc, worth 5 e and we Ju" what we ray. When wa offi-r
handKm rnffla-i and emhmidcreu irowne of good maalin at 50c. the veal
prire of which ahould be (1, w are f ally p epured In hack np the ottVr.
And f till bet rr open work emriroidrr', tron Iron ffrta, round yoke,
e'aboratelv rnckri a id trimmed iriwna at 75i. wbi' h wou'.d b reaaona
b'eerongh at l a Gown at $1. $1.13, 8124. SI S4. etc. each and
every oik of which we guarantte ex.ep:ionai value and much below
All ty7es lncInAing the new Terr wide rklna with deep Spanish
t innceA. very haieiy k-arment1 We mention In partioulat:
At He, eictllent masiio skirts with cambric flounce, easily 50c
1 At 50hTn,t-led and embro'dery trimmed, best workmanship,
good fo - T5c tn 87c
At TV. t which oucht to he $1 and (1.13.
At VAc, skirts worth (1 JS, $1.39 and $1.44.
From a nnavr of va'nes we name a full li. 8. joke, lace trimmed
cbrmisi) at S5c; others at his it r price.
It Pays to Buy the Best
Don't BUY a
We close at 6:30 evenings
Mcfntyre - 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
SO doaen CO Tr wort hsvlnc. only lOr.
lrt dozen cmbric orsei ovrn .ond 35c Talne at 13c
10 doito co'et covers, embrjidery uimmrd. vo wo. d think them
35c, bat in. y ill be 19c
A virie y ot style at IVs. we picked them from lines at S5e ad ?C
Some of the Ve vslne hart tl po to make th- line at
The cr am of the - and ftsc values, liih and low Deck ia a variety
of nftke. the line we veil at j&e.
fi'eant at lea In lace ana embrjidery. fine mnsl n or cambric at JO
At SSe and Stcrholre s'yle in hemstitched, rated and tncked ef
fects, pood muslin, worth 4tc and 50c.
At 49c. hanrisonwly asde varments In htmt.tcbel. elns'er tnck
ad line embroidery trim, the t'Jc 08c and 73i raluca. lietter aj d finer
drawers at almost any price.
10 dozen drawers, cluster lock, eicellcnt mus'.in. 19c, ras.ly a tSe
For children SO dozen at 15c, 13e and 10c, well ma le wa'sts of satin
Jean and wjrth from 3K: to l-c.
NEW SPRISG WRAPPERS.
At 6c pointed yoke rnflle. trimmed cood, for 95c.
At ftfc, navy an I b.ack i rounds, full loutid loke and ruffle, a $1.2
At 9Sr large sleeve, stylishly made and Cci-hed, wjrtS all of $1.5
and $1 -i ,
At $1 .'ft. fancy spring style", pleated round j oke, rallied and braid
trimroei, worth S1.6M.
At $1 4S. Ilue saline finished prlnta, shnnldT epelets, brid trim
med, new styles, wa.lean pleat ia back, nrutlij $1.9.
offered. It is a waste of
an inferior Range.
- 1811 Second Avenue.
O ( :yKoMW 0 WIS TV. K M
SANDOW'S PERFECT PANTS
SEWED WITH SILK AND LINEN.
WARRANTED NOT TO RIP.