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rflE ARGUS, MONDAY, APRIL 29, 1S93.
: Lef lard at Schroeder's.
" Buy a bicycle at McCabe's.
Cash shoe store Dolly Bros.
Call on J. B. Zimmer for your new
Get yoor bicycle repaired at Mc
"Man and Master" at the theatre
Strawberries and pineapples at
Sale on granite iron ware this week
All kinds of cut flowers and plants
at Eck hart's.
Rpad Young & McCombs' special
on 25c dress goods.
Louisville R. I. & P. trains leave
4:10 a. na. and 1:45 p. m.
Vote for Wehlin;; for alderman in
the First ward tomorrow.
Hammocks, croquet sets, fishiDg
tackl". etc., at Eckhart's.
Don't fail to read Jackson & Ilnrst
ad. it yon have money to invest.
The special election for alderman
in the tirst ward occurs tomorrow.
Henry Wehling should be elected
alderman in the First ward tomor
row. See the handsome display of par
lor furniture at Clcmaan & balz
mannV. Children's 50 cent caps go for 25
cents today and tomorrow at Lloyd &
Wax beans, green peas, tomatoes,
cur-umbers and Bermuda onions at
Mclntyre-Reck Co. offer big values
in dress "goods at cut pi ices. Read
Decatur 3 trains daily (except
Sunday) via K. I. & P. Consult time
table in this issue.
Clemann & Salzmann show more
carpets than any two houses in the
three cities combined.
Mrs. J. J. Mott leaves Wednesday
for Olivette, Mich., to spend the
summer with relatives.
Nissen has a few early Ohio seed
potatoes which he will sell very
cheap. Telephone 121.
Julienne French sonp bowls 1,000
of them 10 cents each at Melnty re
Reck Co's., worth IX cents.
Call and see the great line of new
and pretty fancy rocking chairs just
in at Cicmann & Salzniann's.
Dresden cut glass, splendid imita
tion of the real, at unheard of low
prices at Mclntyre-Reck Co's.
The Amateur Musical club will
give the closing reciml of the season
tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock.
All members of C. W. Hawes camp
1550, M. W. A., are requested to
meet at their hall tomorrow night.
The Amateur Musical club will
hold its last recital tomorrow after,
noon in the club rooms at 3 o'clock.
Don't lose sight of the fact that
Mclntyre-Ucck company sell the best
goods at lower prices tnan anyone
else can or will.
- Mclnlyre-Kcck company quote
black faille, ainiura. peau de soie
and grosgraine silk at 69c. None
worth less, tnan 1.
Twenty per cent off on children's
hats and caps at Lloyd & Stewart's
today and tomorrow. Nothing re
reserved go early.
To Snringtield Through coach on
8:05 a. m. train via K. 1. & P; 4:10
a. m. and 1:45 p. m. trains also make
equally good connection.
Ringling Bros.' great shows, fresh
from a long engagement in Chicago,
which proved a series of triumphs,
appear at Davenport Wednesday.
Fine residence lots on Twentieth.
Twentv- first and Twenty - second
streets for t-ale on essy terms. See
adv. M. M. Sturgeon, attorney at
Oh, ma ma. did you see Lloyd &
Stewart's advertisement on children's
hats and caps? They are going to
sell them so cheap today and tomor
More new goods and lots of them
The prettiest designed wall papers
ver seen received Saturday by the
Adams Wall Taper com pan v. ee
J. B. Zimmer. the leading mer
chant tailor. leads them ail in prices
nd nobby patterns in suitings. Call
and see the line before placing your
Dr. G. G. Crai leaves tonight for
Baltimore to attend the convention
of the National Medical association
He will virit in Pennsylvania before
Take vour old bicvrle and have it
made new. The entire wheel lac
quered in aluminum for ft- at
Highest Honors World's Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret
Mm Ammonia, Alum or any outer a Juitcnni
2009 Third avenue. W. H. Haire,
general sign painter.
Every family should have a case
of Carse & Ohlweiler's selzer in their,
house, especially while our river
water is in such an impure condi
tion. Telephone 1014.
Ringling Bros.' shows, which pitch
tents at Davenport Wednesday,
now rank with Barnum and Fore-
pa ugh among the world's greatest
aggregation of riders.
A muslin nnderwear sale that will
have no competition, a sale, the
magnitude of which has never been
equaled in Rock Island connty.
Read McCabe Bros.' adr.
"The prettiest wall papers I ever
saw" is what a lady was heard to re
mark about the papers at the Adams
Wall Paper company, the place for
fine goods and low prices.
The booming early this morning
which awoke many of our citizens
with the idea that the city was be-
ng bombarded was the effect of
blasting on Sylvan island.
Ladies, now is the time to get vour
litre ones a new spring hat or cap
zu per cent off today and tomorrow
only, at Lloyd & Stewart's. Big as
sortment 01 all toe latest styles.
The corner stone of the Snndav
school annex to the Broadway church
is to be laid at 4:30 o'clock to'day with
ceremonies, commemorative, too, of
the Second anniversary of the church.
Twenty per cent is a big discount
on children's bats and caps, but that
is what Llovd & Stewart will do to
day and tomorrow. All new goods
and latest styles at Lloyd & Stewart's.
Why let that .pretty little boy or
girl wear that old hat when you can
get a new one so cheap at Lloyd &
Stewart's? Remember today and to-
niorrrow they give 20 per cent dis
A penny saved is, a penny made.
but do not stop at saving the pennies
but save the dollars by getting yonr
wall paper at the Adams all Paper
company, the cheapest wall paper
nouse in trie tnree cities.
A supreme court decision given
under date of April 1, applies di
rectly to the Milan waterworks, hold
ing thas it is a general benefit and
hence must be paid for by general
taxation and not by special assessment.
If yon are not a good judge of
woolens, it will pay yon to call at J.
B. Zimmer's and you will sureiv get
your money's worth. He has the
largest snd best line of spring and
summer suitings ever shown in the
The Rock Island road will sell
tickets to all points west and south
west at one fare for the round trip
Tuesday. Return limit, 20 days.
ror further particulars inquire of
agents. L. M. Allen, Davenport, or
t. 11. 1'iummer, Hock Island.
The Roc Island road will sell
tickets to all points west and south
west at one fare tor the round trip
Tuesday. Return limit, 20 days.
tor further particulars inquire 01
agents. L. M. Allen, Davenport, or
II. Plummcr, Rock Island.
Prof. Clendenin will give an en
tertainment by his dancing pupils
at tne tsurtis ihursday and rriday
evenings for the bencht of the
Davenport public library. It will be
o' a spectacular nature and termed
"America," embracing the best Iccal
C'apt. Corliss, of the Salvation
army, has given 190 tickets for the
poor children supper at the bar
racks Wednesday evening. May 1,
from 6 to 8, and is meeting wuh
much enconragement, although the
provisions so far assured will not be
gin to meet the anticipations as to
those to be fed. It is a most worthy
cause and should be encouraged to
the fullest extent.
Division Supt. E. D. Wright and
Roadmaster J. Tracy, of the Milwau
kee, came into the city Saturday
evening in a special car on an inspec
tion trip. Ihev were accompanied
by J. B. Cable, superintendent of the
Chicago & Council Bluffs division in
Illinois. Mr. Cable will also have
the superintendency of this division
after tomorrow, Mr. Wright having
Young. & McCombs' dress goods
special: 1,000 yards 2W inch all waul
Imported serges; colors.blaek, brown
tars, myrtle, scarlet, cardinal and
dregs of wine. The goods were
shipped by mistake and Young & Mc
Combs were notified to close them
out, and to make them move quick
have put the ridiculously low price
of 25 cents per yard on them for
I uesdav. April 30 none before
They will all be sold Tuesday; first
come first served. Exceptional ylue
think 01 it 'joe per yard.
The New York Herald savs of the
old Rock Island bov. Bert HoL-omU
Of the heroic ballads of the -sr
which hae proved to be successful In
po Mi. estimation. ToErris Human,
to Forgive, Divine,' easily takes the
lead. It wss composed by the mott
prolific song writer of modern times,
Felix McGleannon. Herlert Hoi
combe has sung this ballad from
Maine to San Francisco during the
last few months with unabated suc-cer-s.
both because of its inherent
merit and his artistic interpretation."
The climax will be reached this
week in muslin nnderwear selling at
McCabe Bros'. All former records
will be swept away. Prices never
before known in this vicinity will
prevail for one week. The remain
ing days of April will close on this
great sale, and May will be ushered
in with May-day bargains that will
dwell long in the minds of the shop
pers. This week at McCabe Bros'..
AAMOr MnVAVa at iMMnmA 4skn Ka
covers, 12c; children's drawers, 6c
and 9c; ladies drawers. 18c and 25c;
chemises, 16c 25c, 38c; ladies' and
misses1 night gowns and skirts, 24c,
are among a few of the inducements
which will attract an andience.
Buy a bicycle at McCabe's.
Brings comfort and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
lefj 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 refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling cold, headaches and fevers
anrl permanently curing enrstipation.
It has piv?n satisfaction to millions and
net 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.
fcyrup of Figs is for sale by all drug
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 if offered.
OOM8 FOR BKXT FI-RSHHED AND I S-
fu.n shed, 1717 Second avenue.
?OR SALK-A GOOO Sl'RRT. WILL SELL
. cheap if uken soon, ronth Park grocery.
ANTED FIRST CLASS rRB9MA3ING
flnt-lier. Mrs. Lawson, 1611 Seeot d avenue.
WAXTBD-TO RENT A ROOM noCSK.
centrally located. Adlrsss'S.' ARUIS
FOR REST A RIPELY FrRX'ORKn FRONT
ronoi down stairs at Mo. 111'.' ThrU avenue
DOB SALE AT A BKflUV, OXE COOK
" store, one refriirj-rafor and hall tree. In
quire at Hit SiTcmta avenue.
WANTED LOCAL AGENTS FOR THE
I'aiinherfj Visible Writine Typewriter.
Dnugherty Typewriter company, Cuicago, 111.
fVR REST A FIRST CLASS 9-ROOM
f linate. srtn all the n odem Improvement ;
centrally located. Auuly to M. A. Uriswold &
Co., 1510 Second avenue.
WANTED RESPECTABLE MIDDLE-AGED
w m in to live with faulty of two. Good
p'nee for the right pcrcon. Address 'A Aaiii-s
WANTED TWO INTELLIGENT BOYS,
havlnr Idea of drawing. Knelt Island Art
Stained Glass 'om;.anT. William A. Fischer,
manager, 21V seventeenth street
FOCND-A POCKKT-BOOK CONTAINING
some monev. Owner ran have same bv
calling on J. A Hathaway. 411 Fonrrei-nth street.
du umnuiDg pane mu pniu lr Ul . BU.
PRIVILEGES FOR SALE THK T7NDER-
1 sltrned will receive DrnlKMtimis until Tours
day. April S. for the outside coi cessions at
Black liawk Wa ch Tower, sneh a shooting aal
Ivry. mtTv-co-fond. Penis wheel and popcorn.
canny Dooms, etc., OJnnr tne season 01 13tf3.
As to any statement published
that we do not find moth destroy,
ing the action-feltinp; of pianos,
as we claim and our book stipu
lates is done to keep the owners
of pianos in ignorance of the fact
that they are being ruined by
lack of proper care due to incom
petent piano men, we will do
nate $500 to any charitable in
stitution of this city for anyone
proving that the above statement
is not true. Below is a list of
names of some of the best peo
ple of Rock Island to whom ref
erence can be made substantiat
ing the above facts, whose pianos
we have overhauled.
i n Wilsos. Mas Fit Borraa.
J F Roinwos, Mu Charles Ei-bxcbb,
a J M B roan. Sin Ciats Daar,
F. L. & C. C. TAYLOR.
1 125 Second Avenue.
Mrs. S. Smith,
LET US SWEAK
Our Eternal Friendship
Everybody doe with the
Leaoari Claanatb Refrigerate.
The Leonard Clesnable Kefritrerafna take the
cake. Ilepant styles, hard word, antique finish.
Warrantecd not to sweat, aid to preserve Ice and
food better thaa any oilier. Flues removable for
cleanliness. Air tight locks, solid iron shelves,
charcoal ailed and paper sheated. 8.x wa lis to
preserve the ice, sine lined.- Ask for our anm
piete catalogue and get our net prices befora yon
bay. Water coolers furnished In any style de.
1615-1617 Second Ave.
K R ELL
1805 Second Ave.
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 comes
to a question of where
to go for
For Si mmer Drinks.
Krell & Math.
W'e have it on reliable
authority that at Krell &
Math's confectionery you
can have every kind of cake
except the stomach ache;
you can't have 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
Mclntyre-Reck oy Goods co.
Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns Buy Standard Sewing Machines.
That wins and holds trade, that gives mncb and asks
for little, is what guides the conduct of this business.
Values growing greater all the time, prices less. The
same price or less than yon are often asked for quali
ties net ao good.
Crockery and Glassware.
Care'nt looking over the market, and shrewd baying e-naMee a tt
place befo-e yon tome crockery and glassware bargains at moch leas
l haD nsnil prices
a barreia i t thia flint glsss tumblers, neatly beaded, at 6c. or SOe a
8 birr.lt of elegsxtly ei graved thin tumblers, each Gc, or S5c a
Ahoat half the nana' prices far snch goods.
Julienne French Soup Bowls.
Af 'cr a lorg delay we have imrorted l.Oun Julienne French sop
bowls decoratrd in hlue and gold. Uanally sold at ISc: while the lot
lasts the price will be 10c.
s . that a n rs possible may get some of thete bowls we will
limit the qnantity S t customer
Imported LaBelle p tcheta, th newest shprs. beautifully decor
ated and In'shed ii cold si i -pie work, at :t?)c and tSs.
ew Hobemiaa silta and peipers with nickel tops, at S for Sc.
CscallylSc tone each
Tht w-ek we will sell at nnnsnslW low prices a fine assortment of
Dresden cut itlass senrre y distinguishable fr m the resl The lot is
er conp'ete. and include coble's, wine, berry dishes, nnt bowls,
brnbot.s. relery trays, etc. Some of tht ware, at the prices we name,
will be not e. ly necf ul, but a necessity in any home, and is very ornamental.
Silks and Dress Goods.
Very special values in silks and dress goods for
little money. 20 pieces of desirable dress goods,
mostly recent purchases, per yard, 22 c. The lot
embraces dress goods worth up to 48c a vard, and
will melt away like magic
New Imported Vack II cured mohairs, wot SSc, at STHc a yar.l.
'legant Si-inch imported serge, navy end black, worth (1 a yard
In silks as on usual opportunity to buy at mien bVow nual price.
We offer while tney last blark Faille. Gr-cran, Pca-i de ro'e and
Armare. nose wotth leas than ft a yard, at Stlx Yoa will have to he
prompt to et totm.
Famine to be enapp'd an qn'o.
u white crccliet qaiits at C3c. STe is what we nsaallv git.
HO crochet qaiits, handsome patterns, f 1 qoal.ty at 7.C
SO Marseilles patu-rn quilt, worth (t.zS. at Sic.
S eoaan super quality, new basket work effect quills, worth S1.&L
A bout 30 sll'htly soiled quilts, worth 75:, STc and fl, we thiow in
one lot at, each Sue.
Silk belie, complete with htnlsome buckle, while thay list, S3c and
S3:. Jatthalf real value.
Standard Sewing Machines.
The Standard sewtna mseblce. are the best. Vena price !o $
our prices fil, ; 34, t27 and $33. Folly guaranteed.
Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 1711 Second avenue. Rock Island.
Buck's Steel Ranges
A WROUGHT STE1L 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
KRELL & ilIATH,
Phone 1156. 1716-1713 Second Ay.
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.
1 hese 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
Q JSt 13 ii iff
SANDOW'S PERFtCT RANTS
SEWED WITH SILK AND LINEN.
WARRANTED NOT TO RiP.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.