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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, APRLL 6, 1895.
Bnj a home of Reidj Bros'.
For milliner Bee Mrs. C. C. Hodges1.
Slipper sale at Dolly Bros'. Mon
day. Darenport is having a city election
Spring overcoats at Sommers &
A nice line of Easter cards at W.
Trefz & Co's.
Pretty confirmation suits at Som
Plenty of fresh vegetables of all
kinds at Hess Bros'.
ovelties in children's suits at
Sommers & LaVelle's.
Yonrs for cah Monday, ladies
slippers 50c Dolly Bros'.
Sommers & LaVelle will be open
evenings nniu mnner nonce.
The Josephine seamless gloves are
sold at Bennett s glove store.
Ladies! Attend the $1 Easter glove
ale at Bennett s glove store.
Deputy Collector Lamonts re
ceipts for the week were $499.75.
The nicest line of neglige shirts in
the city at Sommers & LaVelle's.
If yon want a rattling good shoe
for a low price try a pair of M. & K s
Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Greenongh's
little son is very low with typhoid
There is no nicer display of head
dress in the three cities than at Mrs.
C. C. Hodges'.
The choicest patterns of imported
and domestic suitings in the city at
J. B. Zimmers.
.ow is toe t me to select your
summer suit. See J. B. Zimmer's
line before you buy.
Right up to date, of artistic make
and shape are the new styles in men's
snoes at the M. & K.
The line of clothing and furnish
ing goods is rirht np to date at
Sommers & LaVelle's.
Buy your garden and grass seeds
of Hess Bros'. They have the best
assortment in the city.
Durfee. optician, has moved to
814 Brady street, room 3, Daven
port. Eyes tested free.
H. D. Folsom and daughter Xellie.
went to Alexis on their wheels this
morning to spend Sunday.
Ben Snider and E. P. Mayhell, of
Preemption, attended the "Epworth
league convention yesterday.
Not before nor after, but from 9 a.
m. to 4 p m. Monday. spcHal sale
for cash on ladies' slippers, 00c.
Doubois II. Loin, of Chicago, will
preach at the Central Presbyterian
church tomorrow morning and even
ing. The regular monthly meeting of
the Y. V. C. T. IT. will be held at
the home of Miss Lizzie Taylor Mon
day evening at 7:30.
J. B. Zimnier has a larger and bet
ter selected stock of imported and
doniBstie suitings than was ever
shown in the tri-cities.
Paul Kersch leaves Monday for
New York from which p irt he sails
Thursday on a flying trip to Europe,
returning about June 1.
Attvt you have inspected M. & K's.
new spring styles and learn the new
prices, you will wonder how such
tine goods can be sold for so little
The Crawford bicycle can't be beat
for the money. It talks for itself.
Call and examine. We will be open
evenings until further notice L. E.
West, 1512 Second avenue.
From 7 to 9 a. m. and from 4 to
9 p. ro. we will place on sale for the
benclit of men customers a shoe at
tl. Those are hot things. Come
early. They won't burn you Dollv
Bishop Alexander Burgess, of the
Episcopal diocese of Cfuincy, will
otliciate at Trinity church tomorrow
at all the services, and in the even
ing will administer the aposttdic rite
Joseph Geiger has gotten out a
new brand of cigar called -Justice to
All." The box bears the new Rock
Island county court house, and the
goods are like Joe always turns out
as good as their title.
Endurance look for it in your bi
cycle. The Phoenix is bulit that
way. It is fast because it is easv
running. Buy a Phoenix and you
will not be disappointed L. " E.
West, 1512 Second avenue.
Leslie, the 9-months-old son of Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Irvin, died yester
day morning of cholera infantum.
The funeral was held from the resi
deace. 505 First street, at 2 o'clock
this afternoon, Key. II. C. Marsha 1
'Ihe rafter Thist'e, on it way to
Cairo, broke a rudder on the rapid;
near Le Claire yesterday afternoon
and came near sinking, this being
averted by anchoring the boat and
removing the damaged portion. She
came down with one rudder.
Louis Hoover, a 14-year-old lad
was bound over under $50 bonds this
morning by Magistrate Schroeder
for malicious mischief, charged by
George Standuhar. whose bicycle he
had taken from the corridor of
Mitchell & Lynde's bnilding.
.Mai. Li. ju. Buiora nas been or
dered to report at W ashington at
once to receive instructions prepara
tory to assuming his consulate du
ties at Paso del Xorte, and be leaves
tomorrow night. On his return he
will depart at once for his new post.
The low water is having its effect
on the lo supply, the rafters being
unable to get them out in large qnan
tities, and in consequence the upper
miiis nave been obliged to shut down
for a few days, but expect to resume
early in the week. The lower mill
is still running, but may be com
pelled to suspend for a dar or two.
J. H. C. PETERSEN'S SONS
Highest Honors World' Fair.
. MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
tfOtn Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
Special Bale of Spiiac and Snnur Dm
Wednesday morning we placed
on sale the following bargains
in wool and wash dress fabrics, all
new, choice and desirable coods. iust
Owing to the low state of the cot
ton goods market for the past six
months the domestic manufacturers
have been enabled to produce the
materials from 20 to 30 per cent
lower than at any time during- the
past years we have been in busi
Persian plisse only 16c a yard.
Koyal plisse only 17c a yard.
Imported plisse only 21c a yard.
Crepons only 7Jc a yard.
Sateens, former price 14c, sale
price lOJc a yard.
bateens, former price 18c, sale
price 13Jc a yard.
l..ace striped lawns only 16c a yard.
Kay u res tie Sole (silk stripe) only
25c a vard.
Zephyr laines only 8Jc a yard.
Shueban pongees only 91c a yard.
Toile da Nord Ginghams only 5jc
Zephyr ginghams (10 yard pat
tern) only 89c each.
30-inch Tyrol percales only 7c a
Satin surahs only 7c a yard.
Challies, former price 6c. sale price
8Jc a yard.
Challies, finer quality, only 41c a
Printed moussellines only 7Je a
wool Dres Goods.
43-inch wool iacnuards only 24c a
34-inch wool mixtures only 14c a
31-inch wool Henriettas onlv 14c a
32-inch wool fancy plaids only JHc
In addition to the above we will
offer for sale for one week only our
entire stock of colored crepons in
cluding all the newest weaves, colors
Lot 1, fermcr price $1.25 to $2.
ale price $1 a yard.
I-ot 2. former price $2.25 to $3,871,
sale price $1.49 a yard.
Wrap. Silks and Press timid.
We are also showing this season as
always in the past the largest and
handsomest assortment of wraps,
silks and wool dress fabrics in the
tri-cities, all marked on the reduced
tariff basis, viz., from 25c to 40c
cheaper than ever before. Inspec
tion solicited. Respectfully.
J. H. C. Petekskx's Sons,
An Kxcltluc Runaway.
A team belonging to Max Schroeder
of Davenport, became frightened at
he electric sprinkler yesterday
afternoon while tied in front of
Schrocdcr's market on Twentieth
street, broke loose and dashed up the
st-cet at a lively pace, colliding with
ouggy coming in the opposite
direction between Fifth and bixth
avenues, and breaking it into smith
ereens. The occupant, BenKedccker,
escaped with a gash in the right side
of the head. The team ran into a
te:egrapn pole near by and was
stopped, the wagon being considera
A Letter From Crar
Major James W. Hinkley of Pongh
keepeio says that some f ntnre president
of tho United States will be greatly as
tonished some day by tho receipt of a
letter from General U. S. Grant. Mr.
Hinkley and Colonel Fred Grant were
crtdots together at West Point. General
Grant and bis son Fred were both grad
uates of West Point, and the general
was very anxious that his grandson
should also be educated at that institu
tion. Before he died ho wrote a person
al letter to the man who should be
president of tho United States at the
time when his grandson should reach a
snitable age asking hia to appoint the
young man to a cadetehip at West
Point This letter is now in Colonel
Fred Grant's possession.
Australia has a postoEce nnmed Talk
ing Rock. TiiQ ori.sin of the name is
thus stated: Some cue discovered in tho
vicinity a large stone upon which had
teen painted the words, "Turn me
over. " It required considerable strength
to accomplish this, and when it was
djne the command, "Now tern mc
back and let me fool some oueclse,"
was found painted on the underside of
WHY. in the Springtime,
do so many have that drowsy,
wnx is mere so mucn
backache, neuralgia and rheu
WHY do scrofulous taints,
eruptions and erysipelas show
WHY not admit the truth,
that is, that kidney poison is
in the blood?
WHY, then, not put the
blood in pure condition by
curing the kidneys?
WHY not today resort to
that gre?t remedy, Warner's
Safe Cure, which- is the only
known specific for these trou
11TI 11F .
v ri-x not, in a word, use
the best remedy obtainable
for banishing disease and re
storing health and happiness?
OR SALK MATCH TEAM.
"ly Co., ; ear.
OR PALE STORE COV ITER STOOLS T
WANTED A OIRT.FOI OBKItAL HOUSE,
work t STI's Fif;h nuina.
llANTEft-A GOOD COMPHtENT COOK.
" A I'D'T Of llr. J. a. Uilmnrr. lfltn Ki.r.,..A
WATED KO.OH0 CORvs. HUSTONS AND
inirrowins nails at 2109 Third ivmm -Pmf.
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7CR KEN rA FLAT OP SEVBN OOMS
orpr Bialre A Mnrihr'a. Annlr at V rn
vii b, on .nut ;ivia;u aired
AI.BSMAN WANTED-9At ART OH m
mii.m with xucna laM t. richt rmrtv.
T AKERS BE POKE PUTTING IN AN OVPN
' Wr?Te the 3l!dllli'bV Ovon min,r.rtnM
w-t Van Bnn-n Mrert, 1 hican, for catalmiue of
(55 TO 830 PER WEEK TNltNO AND S LLING
O iii Ke'.lah'e Plater. Kve'y fnmiiy ha-rn-tT.
worr. kr,ive, fork., rionn-. rtc. Oni.-klr nlatr'd
t rtlpjHn in inHteJ meial. So erpcrivne or
B1H work: a rood pi:n4tion. Adif..- Ul V
Uarrisus Si Co., clerk No. It, Co umbos, Ohio.
WHY DO PSOPLE COMPLAIN OF IHRI)
timv. vheri auT wninun or man run m ik
from Sio t ; ly All ha hi-arl of t. e
arpnriVif ill ncc s of tbo imnx Dih Wahr;
jrt mai'Y are apt t think t'lrjr can't make mono
elliiic it : but auione ran make moiajr. braae
ven tamUf wfit one. . ne-ent h made
WTS in the af-t three niomhr. a-ter pacing all
rr.p use' and a'trndini; to ntoar bUMie he
Von non'l have to cauv:ia: aa aocm a
pfn'e no yon have it f r th-v aend for a
a-nir. Adilrt-". the Climax Mfir. Co., 13
J" j vui.iiuim-. iitio, uir oarticniara.
OSE NIGHT ONLY!
Sunday Evening, April 7.
A. Y. TEARSOX'S
THS WHITE WMM.
Presented by a Company, in point of geneial ex
AmoDg thr Kenic mattvrpiecea are:
The Homef Onesta Ie Silvcra.
A M'hfcl frinir rrpr. tuition cf a typical
Hruiliau Nabui Kcsiduuce.
The Public Square in Rio Janiero.
inemo-t bls ur c '.octiin.trutufullj dtrl-tcd
by a tmpsiTe tceuic dl-ilay.
The Congress of Xavies.
Inmhuh tho citnmifndins c;fficer of rrery
navy In the world arc rbowa in their apprj
p iate nuifonus.
The Review of the White Squadron.-
n until ucvul Fcne, pnowiro: me ramoaf
fleet lu l:ne of r. Tluw and andvr vay.
Seat on aaie Friday mornir. Telephone SO.
Insurance and Loans.
Buy, sell and manage
property on commis
sion. Collect rents.
Room 4, Mitchell & Lynde b"ng.
Special Elrrtin Notlee.
X. tice i hereby e tn that a vacancy hin
occarrv-d in the office of a drrroan of the Virrx
ward, by reason of ibe reinition of Chriw p
Kladi-I. a prral el. -lion wili be held for the oCc
of aldrrmaa uf ihe Kir-t ward, for the onviplrvd
term of one yrar. on Tuctday, the 3uth dv of
ap'il, A. D . l!"J5.
t h ch ekftVn will be odti at T o'rlork In the
morninx and w.trt:e open until 5 o'clock in tie
a: ter&oon of thar oiij.
Plare of rti'niia! an Torinir w:ll be at the
P- nklin Hoa;e on Third rtnet, betaeea
Third and p,nr h avena.
Kock bland, Ul A r.l S. . D . 1m5.
A. j. Ut&lN(i, cfty Oerk.
New Home Riverside
Ranges 16 Sizes.
Mc In tyre-Reck Dry Goods co.
Sole Agents for Butterick PatternsBuy Standard Sewing Machines.
. New oval fire bases,
new patent pouch feed,
new level top and res
ervoir top, new long
square ovens, new take
out dampers, no rods to
burn off, the most eco
nomical Range on fuel,
Easter Near at Hand.
Now is the time to prepare for the event of the
spring time, and secure the many little things which
go far toward making the plainest costume look
dressy and stylish. Never before have we been able
to show such variety, so pleasing alike to the ere,
taste and purse. For months past we have made
preparations for this Easter Sale, and spared no pains
to secure the best for the least money.
Kid Gloves Tor Easter.
A New York importer overstocked himself we
helped onload him. That is the reason we can offer
you elegant f 1.25 real kid, 4-button and 5-hook gloves
in Macks and new spring shades at only 75c. More
value for less money than yon ever saw in kid gloves
before. Li ell t, two pairs to a customer.
12 dozen chamois gloves, fine pearl buttons, the
tl quality, special 75c.
SO dozen, real kid, extra fine gloves in 4-button and
5-hook. worth $1 88 to f 1.62: special prices, tl.22 and f 2.
17 dozen gent's imported Mocha gloves, new styles
and shades, regularly $1.62, for this week $1.22.
15 dozen butter-worked kid, extra well finished
ladies' white glace gloves, both self and black stitch
ing, the f 1.48 quality at 98c. These are very scarce
and hard to get. Limit, two pairs to a customer.
FOE SALE BY
1615-1617 Second Ave.
Krell Sc XlatlVs.
We want you to take a look at
our window and see the finest
XIaster Ho velties
Ever displayed in Rock Island.
Bring the children and let them
see the Dude Rabbits and Ducks
with movable heads.
Rabbits at 5c, 10c, 15c, 20c, 25c.
Fancy Eggs from 8 for lc up to
Cloth Rabbits with red eyes at 5c.
Chicken from 3c up to 25c.
Rabbits coming out of egg 5c,
10c and 15c.
Chickens coming dut of egg 5c
Ducks coming out of egg 5c and
Panorama eggs 5c, 10c and 15c.
Wax babies in eggs 25c.
Satcn eggs 5c each.
Paper Macho Novelties from lc
Fancy Easter Novel ties for wives
or sweethearts. A full line of
fancy baskets filled with colored
eggs, flowers, natural grasses,
rabbits, ducks, chickens, etc.
Pass egg dyes, six fall strength
colors for 5c. Will color from S
to 6 dozen eggs according to
depth of color desired.
KRELL & MATH,
Confectioners and Fancy Bakers,
1718 mjxd niH Second At.
EASTER SUNDAY APRIL 14. 1895
For the Easter Sale 20 dozen ladies1
good material at 49c.
20 dozen assorted plain and plaid all-silk Windsor
ties, fresh and new. worth 32 to 4Sc, any of them for 25c
SO pieces very desirable printed poniees. worth.
15c, at 9c. r
Superb lines of black silks, armure, aida, peau de
soie. grosgrain. rhadame, faille, duchesse. merve.
lieux, French taffeta, etc.. beginning at, per vard. 48c.
New and desirable waist silks at 30c a yard and np.
Continuation for one week of the grand sale of
muslin nndcrwear at one-fourth, one-third and one
half less than usual prices. New lots received Friday
and Saturday will be on sale this week. We mention
among new values which will be shown:
doarn children's well made drawers or excellent mndlc at Cc Sc.
10a. Ic, 15c. The material aorth more,
lo drzda roraet covers, worth Ac. at 10c
4 dozen drawer, coret enters, nieht rown and skirts, naw values
fir this week at tie. They are worth S.c.ac, e. MV, ftc and 8c. and
all for 25c. Better tray muslin nnderwear tn qnantities at this sale a it
will be some time before jou will see 1; so wonder! ally tawnrirei again.
Tfce long continued dry weather has not been favorable to mackin
tosh selliDji, so we will make new prices co the work. Yon can have
mackintosjva from S8c an. all at redaced micea. Batrhnr nm
Reck Dry Goods Co.
and 1711 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 imitations offered. It is a wjste 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: JO evenings IC09-181 1 Second Avenue.
TUB wmi Sanfc f
And the Warranted Not-to-Rip Union-Ahde
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 $i.oo quality Sandow Pants at 50C
200 Pairs of the Sweet, Orr & Co.. $3.50 Pants at $2 50
1 1 3
SANDOW o PERFECT PANTS
SEWED WITH SILK AND LINEN.
WARRANTED NOT TO RIP.