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THIS ARGUS, THURSDAT, APRIL, 18, 18 5.
Fresh fish at Hess Bros'.
Adams1 for etjlish shoes.
Cash shoe store Dollj Bros.
Order jonr fish at H. Tremann &
Home grown asparagus at Hess
Fresh river fish at 11. Tremann &
Latest styles in footwear call at
Fine millinery at Mrs. C. C.
Latest in men's tan shoes at
A choice line of fresh vegetable at
A fall line of fresh vegetables at
Attend the remnant sale at Young
" ' Fresh strawberries and pineapples
at Hess tiros .
Trices makes Adams' store very
busy just now.
Ladies' tan goods in all" styles and
grades at Adams'.
Pickling hams 7 cents a pound at
Remnant sale, all half price, at
Young & McCombs'.
Mrs. Matthew Maroney, of Peoria,
is visiting her parents.
Nice pickling hams at Schroeder's
market, 7 cents a pound.
Smoked meat at the usual low
prices at H. Tremann & Son's.
Perfect lake trout, they are fresh
caught, at H. Tremann & Son's.
Don't fail to see the latest novelties
in millinery at Mrs. C. C. Hodges.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Evans returned
last evening from their Chicago visit.
Judge J. W. Drury, the venerable
Black Hawk resident, made The Ar
gus a call today.
Messrs. Phil Mitchell and Thomas
Laflin have gone hunting in the
vicinity of Hillsdale today.
M. A. Steele, who has been in Rock
Island for the past two years, leaves
tonight for his home at Bradford, Pa.
All purchasers of dress goods to the
amount of $2 or over will be entitled
to a discount of 10 percent at Young
John Castello invites you to his
grand opening and lunch at the old
stand of John Coll am & Co., No.
2524 Fifth avenue, Saturdav evening,
About twenty-five of. the young
friends if Misses Lillie and Mable
Burton surprised them in a most
agreeable manner lastevening at their
home, 2810 Fifth-and-a-half avenue
Capt. C. W. Durham has returned
from Keokuk, where he looked over
his fleet for the coming season. The
Barnard is being repainted and re
junivated and will be out about the
middle of May.
You have a chance of securing a
handsome piece of furniture free.
Come and register April 20, our
grand opening day. The Meek Fur
niture & Carpet Co., 324, S26, 328
Brady street, Davenport, Iowa.
William Hawthorne has had put up
in the rear of his home bakery in
Hurst block on Twentieth street, one
of the most modern and convenient
ovens ever invented. It is a dandy;
and Hawthorne is justly proud of it.
When your piano needs tuning or
any kind of diflicnlt repair, don't
miss to engage John Stein, the only
expert piano maker and tuner in the
three cities. He is able to please
you. Residence 606 Second street.
Mayor-elect B. F. Knox qualified
this morning, with Capt. T. J. Rob
inson and W. F. Schroeder as bonds
men. John Surman, the new alder
man from the First ward, and Super
visor Sinnet took the oath of
Maj. L. M. Buford has returned
from Washington, where he conferred
with Secretary of State Gresham
with reference to his duties as consul
at Paso Del Norte. He leaves with
his family for Mexico In time to be
there by April 26.
O. W. Marble, one of Chicago's
rising architects, is in the city today.
He is now superintending the re
modeling of the Commercial hotel at
Muscatine. An elevator is to be pro
vided and other modern improve
ments made from Mr. Marble's designs.
The Rock Island Cvcle club, at its
meeting- last evening, decided upon
the old Illini clnb rooms at the
corner of First avenue and Seven
teenth street, to be nsed as headquar
ters. The rooms will be furnished
and ready for occupancy by the latter
part of the week.
Tka Onto of Ik
Highest Honors World' Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
bona Ammonia. Mum or any exocranuunaavb
. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
The first snniversarv of the orran
ization of Rock Island chapter, 269,
Order of the Eastern Star, was cele
brated in an appropriate manner last
evening.feboat three hundred mem-
-hers and friends, including represen
tatives from Davenport, Moline,
Geneseo, Cambridge. Galeaburg.
Orion and Coal Valley, witnessing
the beautiful and impressive ceremo
nies, lne celebration constituted
principally of a drill under the lead
ership of wort by Matron Mrs. cono-
ver, assisted by Worthy Matron Miss
Mary Hunter, or Alt- uarroii, par
ticipated in only by tne lodge ouJcer
exemplifying the order's ritual. In
the march 19 different figures, sym
bolic of the order, were formed with
beautiful effect. Bleuer's orchestra
furnished the accompaniment.
The ceremonies were interspersed
with vocal numbers by a quartet
composed ol J. t. Kobmson and J. c
kliiott and tne Misses Lucy and wet-
Tata BaaqMt suad Daaeau
A delicious collation followed in
the dining hall, the gentlemen mem
bers of the order surprising the ladies
by appearing in becoming regalia to
act as servants, which duties they
dispatched with the grace of ideal
caterers. Dancing concluded the
The case of Mrs. Ferguson against
Ed Murrin was continued until Sat
urday morning, the 27th.
A warrant was sworn out by
Mrs. McElvaine this morning against
Dr. George Babcock, charging him
with violating the health ordinance
by flushing a vault in Barth & Bab
Officer Ryan awakened a bum who
was peacefully slumbering off tne
effects of a load of distilled hops in
one of Hans Schroeder's delivery
wagons. His jag interfered with
navigation, and the good William had
to have the assistance of the hurry-up
to convey him to the station, where
he now dreams of the varied species
John, better known as "Biddy" Ma-
gee, marred the impressiveness ol
the Salvation Army services at the
barracks last evening, and was ar
rested by Officer Cronipton on com
plaint of the captain. 1 bis morning
he was taxed $5 and costs by Magis
trate Schroeder, who suspended the
fine on "Biddy's" promise of future
A Twentieth street lady complained
at police headquarters this moraine'
of being bothered by a strange indi
vidual wearing a tile, who has been
calling at her house and wanting to
examine her piano, pretending to
represent a local music house. The '
man's representations as to being
employed by a city business house
are fraudulent, bis vocations being
undoubtedly likewise untrue as he is
using this as a means of gaining en
trance to residences to accomplish
Tha Eaat Mollae ladaatry.
The East Moline company which is
to develop the land east of that city
on which the option was closed Tues
day, as detailed in The AROcsof that
day, has a capital stock of f 1,000.000.
C H. Pope was chosen president. E.
H. uuyer viee president, and U. W .
Walker secretary. R. R. Be mis was
elected as land promoter. This com
pany has bought the option of the
East Moline Stock Yards company.
held by iiemis & Co., of Chicago, and
intends to utilize this immense tract of
land, amounting to 2,500 acres, in the
building up of a manufacturing town.
The factory location will be at Port
Byron Junction, which is considered
to be one of the best shipping and
receiving points, both by rail and
river, that can be found in the en
tire west. There is plenty of coal
on the land for power and cheap
fuel, and it affords a fine location.
It is reliably reported that one re
sult of the transaction will be the
bringing to the localities of another
plow and implement factory and the
return of an iron foundry.
Ilosa Fan as. At tea Hun!
There will be a special anion meet
ing of G. J. Dempsey forum. No. 6,
and Arsenal forum, No. 42, held in
G. A. R. hall, Monday evening, April
22, to choose a delegate to the bi
annual meeting of the order.
George H. Simmon,
F. H. Schroeder,
W. A. Giles, Presidents.
Mas. S. J. Hemexwat, -Secretaries.
Rbanaaallaai Car-ad la m Day.
Mystic Cure" for rheumatism and
neuralgia radically cures in one to
three days. Its action upon the sys
tem is remarkable and mysterious.
It removes at once the cause and the
disease immediately disappears. The
first dose greatly benefits 75 cents.
Sold by Otto Grotjan, druggist. Rock
Saturday, April 20, the C, R. I.
P. railway will sell round trip tickets
to Chicago at one fare on account of
the Burns-Lewis wrestling match to
be held at Battery D on the evening
of that date. These tickets will be
goods for going passage on all trains
reaching Chicago April 20, and will
be honored for return trip until mid
night on April 22.
Rndy's Pile Suppository is guar
anteed to care pile and constipa
tion, or money refunded. Fifty cents
per box. Send stamp for circular
and free sample to Martin Rudy.
Lancaster. Pa. For sale by T. H
Thomas and Harts Bahnaea, drug
gists. Bock Island. ill.
TVR SALE GOOD FAMILY HOR8K. AT
WANTED A 1 OIL SALESMEN AT ONCK.
Unclose stamp. The Coneumera' OH mm.
puy, Cleveland, Ohio.
IT7 ANTED TO TRADE A GOOD HORSR A WD
bnwy for a high grade bicycle. Address
"J. W Arui-s office.
WANTED A GOOD SALESMAN FOR A
PftaCialtV linn to ranvafta cit. nr mnnlr,
trade in eastern Iowa. A resident of that state
or s party with previous experience in that Stats
pre l erred. Reference required.
Brings comfort and improvement and
lends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
lets 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, Pyrnp of Figs.
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative ; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
and permanently curing constipation.
It has givra satisfaction to millions and
net with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid
neys, Liver and Bo we la without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drag
gists 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 name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute u one red.
ATBD A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
noureworK at i f ourth avenue.
MEN AND WOMEN TO MAKE BIG MONEY
with tha Practical Plating Dyn.tuo Is the
electrical machine nsed in th. ereat plating fae
tories t6A to JS3 a week made easy. Plates ev
erything. No experience; big profits, address,
W. P. Harrison A Co, Clerk No. 14, Columbus,
WHY DO PEOPLE COMPLAIN OF HARD
times, m ben any woman or man ran anaka
from S to f 10 a day O'sily. All hare heard of t.
wonoerfnl sneers of the Climax Dish Wssher;
to mini are ant to ibink titer can't make mona.
selling it : bnt anyone can make mot ay. becanse
rvery family want one. One agent hit made
S478 SS in the la.t three monthe. a'ter paing all
exit ase ana aiienaing to regular easiness De
cides. Yon don't have to canyass; as soon as
people no yon have It for sale tbey send for a
dish washer. Address the Climax Mfg. Co- 45
Starr ave-, Clumbus, Ohio, for particulars.
Of New York City.
With all parts nsed in the con
struction of the Piano Forte, and
have overhauled some of the
finest pianos in the city, and do
all work at factory prices, and
guarantee to repair any high
grade piano and restore it to its
former quality of tone.
F. L. & C. C. TAYLOR,
F Xpert Piano Toners, action and
Hep air Booms 14 Second avenue.
Insurance and Loans.
Buy, sell and manage
property on commis
sion. Collect rents.
Boom 4. Mitchell & Lynde b'ne-
The 50c Edition
To every yearly subscriber
of -OUR POPULISTS, " or
the 25-cent edition to every
6-month's subscriber. Drop
a card, at once to "Our
Populists Publishing Co.."
1321 Second ave.. Bock 11
snd. 111. Sates: fl per year.
LET US SWEAR
Our Eternal Friendship
Everybody does with the
L.ird Cltanabl Stfrigerator.
Tha Leonard Cleanable Befrigerat-n taks the
cake. Xlegant styles, hard wood, antique finish.
Warranteed not to sweat, and to preserrs Ice and
food better than any other. Fines reuiuvable for
cleanliness. Air tight locks, solid iron shelves.
charcoal ailed and paper sheated. Six walls to
preserve the Ice, zinc lined. Ask for oar am-
ptete catalogue and get our net prices oefor yon
bay. Water coolers famished in any style de
1615-1617 Second Ave.
Mcinty re-Reck rw Goods co.
Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns Buy Standard Sewing Machines.
A Great Sale
Of Lace Curtain. Curtain Muslins, Chenille Porter
ies, Silkolines and all Curtain findings at prices much
less than usual.
Hoostcleaniag time la actually with n, and von will have to think
?L't7.Tr'.rf- ""ing-etc. to br.ghten and beautify to home for
rVX.0,i5eer- W have earerolly planned this curtain sale
to make It one of te meaty, juicy bargains h aj thrifty housekeepers
tore to sea and will readily appreciate..
Lace Curtains Nottinghams.
78 pairs good Kerne curtains, fc, cheap at OSc
4S pa rs S yard taped curtains, 59c; worth 8e.
48 pairs J-'ard well taped our ai, to: a 9c leader.
3 pairs S.Mnrh fancy curtains. Sac ; thou Id be SI 118.
., .,"! ,lu0 Pairs fine heavy Nottingham curtain., fix inches
wide. 3 yards lonr. same as we sola last year at St for this Bale, IJ1.
uW"Ch by 4 Tarda, .extra quality, 8.7a and M value cartaine In
r-wuB, , i.n m f
Fancy Net Curtains.
Pish net enriaini in new and desirable patterns at tils.
Kscnnal net curtain, very hanrsome. 9 8 and at 68.
. JP"t f n fLf?".1"' dainty and .Sec live patterns worth ap to
Repair, at $$.(8. S3.CS aad SS 48. F
$6 py! d"e lTih toil" "rtains at $3.87, woith $4.78; at fl.SS, worth
The new mied work Tambour run net curtains sehlam a noted at
less than $10. we will .,11 Jn.t for a flier at S '
Newest and mot desirable thin. in Brussels ret. Oriental set.
Point Despnt curtains, etc.
.Jlp,,"of f rinsed. fell size and weight. Chenil e curtains,
with handsome dado, at SX.W, work t a pair.
,u ,,k "arp Chenii e curtains axd other novelties lost out will be
oa sal at cztremefy ow prices.
Curtain Goods by the yard at special cnt prices.
Tseyatds of fancy silkolines, curtain scrims and coin srot ma.lins.
worth up to ISs a yard, go In one lot at 5c
8 pieces fancy co'orrd acriais, worth I5o a yard, at Te.
KKew Swtta muslin, fiat edges, worked coin spot, worth S3c a yard.
a Id'be tte.'at'lSii 00 ot ud handsome Tambour ran Cgaies,
Hie new embroidered Swiss musl'n with ruffled edrea. all read ta
Mkeap Into certalBS. only e; usually 5c and Sse.
DottedSwWsforcartains.Po'ntDeairitTorcan-.iiis.ete. at nrleea
to gladden the heart and fatten the purse.
A drive in toller shades enables us to offer you (-foot shades with
Haruhorn rollers and ftxtnres com;leU: at 10c.
Pree Is abaardedly low, quantity limited, and there will be a rusk
Mattings Cheap. j
2) rolls fancy china mattings per yard, 74c
Plenty of f.n-y Japwc mattings, anch as KsMt Rsdad. Burmah.
Samara, J anipore and Osaka at very low prices. '
Anyone porchattng lace curtains at tl.sn a pair and over, will be rn-
"'"T w m fiwre aula wui'irw Kl VI u&iurva irec. liner K04H1 U11S UeeK
Reck Dry Goods Co.
and 1711 Second avenue. Rode Island;
Buck's Steel Ranges
Any day during busi
ness hours and watch
the pleased expressions
of our customers as
they emerge from our
doors, and you'll begin
to see that we are the
people when it conies
to a question of where
to go for
For Summer Drinks.
Krell & Math. : "
We have it on reliable
authority that at Krell &
Math's confectionery you
can have every kind of cake
except the stomach ache;
you cant hare that there at
any price, as the confection
ery made by Krell & Math is
pure, fresh and wholesome.
Considering its high quali
ty, too, it is very reasonable
KRELL & MATH,
1716-1718 Second Av.
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 waste 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.
And the Warranted Not-to-Rip Union-AUde
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
t rERrtcT i Tjf Q x.
SANDOW S PERFECT RANTS
SEWED WITH SILK AND LINEN.
WARRANTED NOT TO RIP.