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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1895.
New 10-cent music at Taylor's.
Get your bike mended at McCabe's.
Men's tan shoes in all styles at Ad
Misses1 and children's tan shoes at
Garden hose at McCabe's, 7 cents
per foot. '
Special sale at Young & McCombs'
Wall paper 1, 2, 3. 4 and 5 cents a
roll at Taylor's.
Adams can show yon a beautiful
line of Oxfords.
On ting parties at the Watch Tower
are all the rage.
The regular picnic season has be
gan at the Tower. ,
The "Collarette" low shoes for la
dies, only at Adams'.
PlcntT of good eating potatoes for
sale cheap at Nissen's.
Ladies' sailors at Stewart's hat
store. Call and see them.
Give Adams a call i! yon wish to
see the latest in footwear.
Nissen is still selling bine grass
seed at 15 cents per pound.
Wall paper 10 cents a roll, others
ask 20 cents for same, at Taylor's.
Good solid pineapples only 15
cents each at Nissen's South Park
Nissen has still a few good Early
Ohio seed potatoes, which he will
sell very cheap.
Woodbury's facial soap at half
price at the Harper House pharmacy
25 cents a bar.
Splendid line of hot-weather dress
goods at McCabe's. See his open
letter fifth page.
The leagne season opens tomorrow,
the home team playing three games
here with Clinton.
Dr. J. W. Scott, of Springfield, sec
retary of the state board of health,
and wife, are in the city.
Good solid strawberries only 10
cents per quart at Nissen's South
Park grocery this evening.
From 6 to 9 o'clock this evening
Long will sell strawberries for 12
cents a box while they last.
House slippers 48 cents a pair
you never saw their equal 48 cents
a pair bargains The Boston.
Oxfords 75 cents a pair all sizes,
patent tip, all solid. Economical
buyers had better visit the Boston.
Special sale on 8 day clocks at Mc
Cabe's jewelry department tomor
row. See his open letter lifth page.
Just received at Nissen's South
Park grocery a large supply of fancy
dairy butter and strictly fresh eggs.
Toe slippers 48 cents a pair grab'
'em quick. They won't last always.
Kemember, 48 cents a pair The Bos
ton. The building committee will have
a meeting tomorrow afternoon, when
Architect Gunn will be here with his
M. J. Higgins was summoned to
Chicago yesterday by the informa
tion announcing his father's serious
J. Alex Montgomery, who left the
city a year ago, arrived this morn
ing from Chicago on a visit to his
Hon. Tom Marshall, mayor of
Keithsburg. and one of the crack
shots of the country, was in the city
Brakeman Lampkin fell from a C,
B. & Q. passenger train at Bushnell
yesterday, and sustained a painful
bruise in his right leg.
Another invoice of ladies' sailors
has arrived at Stewart's hat store.
Ladies, this is yonr chance to get a
nice stylish sailor, all colors.
The colored Page Fence Giants ar
rived last evening in their special
car from Clinton, and gave a bicycle
parade this afternoon before the
J. E. Montrose returned from Chi
cago this morning. He brings en
couraging news of Mrs. D. H. Lon
derback, although she is not yet out
The champion Arab performers
with the Montana Wildest West are
a strange lot. They would sooner
starve than touch food prepared by
a Christian, and never taste wine or
Elmer Gutekunds, 8-year old son
of John Gutekunds, residing on
Thirty-sixth street and Fourteenth
avenue, fell this morning in the yard
at his home, and broke his cellar
bone. Dr..E. M. Sala attended him.
The residence of Rev. II. C. Mar
shall, on Thirteenth street, was
ransacked about 3 o'clock this
this morning and several articles of
Highest Honor World' Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
worn Ammonia, Alum or any oukt aauuaa
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
silverwear taken. The intruder ef
fected an entrance through an upper
The veteran champion wing shot,
Capt. A. H. Bogardas, will be here
tomorrow and will be snre of an ad
miring and cordial welcome at the
hands of every true sportsman,
among which class his name is a
household word the world over.
Gentlemen should call ' and see
Stewart's line of summer underwear.
He will surprise you; prices were
never so low and qualities so good
as now. He keeps the best as well
as the cheaper grades, and guaran
tees the prices as low as the lowest.
D. Boy Bowlby is puttingthe finish
ing touches on his boat bouse, where
in will be stored his pleasure craft
on its arrival. It is neat in design
and constructed so that it will rest
on 16 large oil barrels, eight' to a
side and thns it may be anehored at
a convenient distance to receive the
Dr. S. C. PlummerL. V. Eckhart,
Maj. J. M. Beardsley, A. Deisenroth
and J. Smith will attend the reunion
of the 13th Illinois regiment at
Dixon, May 24. These are all that
remain of 101 mastered into service
at Rock Island 34 years ago, and
they have the distinction of being
members of t be hrst 3-year service
regiment mastered in the United
The team attached to the dairy
wagon of J. T. Campbell, started to
ran away on Second avenue, between
Eighteenth and Nineteenth streets
thfs morning, and but for Mr. Camp
bell's pluck would doubtless have
made things lively, but realizing the
Situation, he leaped into the covered
wagon, seized the reins and brought
the animals down off their high
THE GREAT WILDEST WEST
A Novel Af-ajref-atloa of Moat Sliffcalax and
Messrs. Beveridge & Davenport,
the organizers and proprietors of the
big, realistic Wildest West show,
which is to exhibit at Rock Island to
morrow, being themselves prominent
Montana men, are best calculated to
appreciate and secure the requisite
features necessary to the formation
of a truly genuine and representative
production 01 boraer life, in its vari
ous heroic and humorous phases.
Moreover, the tribe of savage Crees
under their management and guar
dianship are absolutely the only In
dians free from all governmental
control, "being political refugees of
the Kiel rebellion in Canada, and as
such the one and only tribe without
a country. The remnant of a once
indomitable 'and powerful nation, as
represented in the coming show,
numbers some four hundred chiefs,
braves, squaws and pappooses, the
most formidable gathering of the
only altogeher uncivilized red men
ever introduced to civilization. First
seen in the monster street parade
pageant of the plains, they can be
subsequently inspected and inter
viewed in their village of 50 wig
wams, an exact counterpart of their
homes in the far northern wilds
and subsequently in grand and excit
ing battle scenes and other illustra
tions of their superb horsemanship.
warlike tactics, craft, crueltv and
In addition, and to most amply
please all tastes and meet all require
ments, Capt. A. H. Bogardns, cham
pion wing shot of the world, will in
troduce his specially organized f 10,-
000 challenge congress of crack shots
of both sexes; $200 will be paid to
any person ruling the hacking Bel
grade bull; a regiment of rough
riders, genuine cowboys and scouts
will ride bucking bronchos, throw
the lariat and indulge in other border
feats and fun; the champion Abdal
lah troupe of Araps will give a series
of wonderful perfermances; there
will be a graceful and startling aerial
exhibition by the lady phenomena of
the flying trapeze, floating rings and
invisible wire, and a series of- bril
liant and waried hippodrome races
will conclude the unique, generous
and commendable entertainment.
Something very extraordinary,
too, is promised in the way of a mon
ster morning street parade, intro
ducing hundreds of Indians and
horses, and typical features of far
Kheaaaatlsaa Cared a a Dor.
Mvstic Cure" for rheumatism and
neuralgia radically enres in one to
three days. Its action upon the sys
tem is remarkable and mvsterious.
It removes at once the cause and the
disease immediately disappears. The
hrst dose greatly benefits o cents.
Sold by Otto Grotjan, druggist. Rock
IM.aaia A. o. C H. la CMmlMa.
Spri9Fikld, Ills., Mil j- 8 The state
A. O. U. W. convention is In session here.
Reports show a membership Jan. 1 of IS.-
ao-ninsl ).3q Jan. 1, 1S. Total re
ceipt for the past two years were a 6K;
balance on hand March t, IMS. fc'o,s7J
The membership of the order In the
United States and Canada is 330,'iOU. Up
to Feb. 1, 18S8, toe order had paid out to
widows and orphans SVJ,lX',OJU. aj
Waat KM.I.W Jaaws 1
Chicago, May It Is probable that
next Monday an effort will be made be
fore Judge Showalter, in the United
States circuit court, to remove George P.
Jones from the receivership of the western
properties of the Columbian Straw Board
company. OowcUon is made by counsel
for the stockholders to the retention of
Jones, thas he is not familiar with the
straw board business.
Children Cry for
B. t. p. v. convex rion
Baltimore My IS to St. ISM
There is only one rbnte to Balti
more combining the best railway ser
vice with the most interesting scen
ery and historical associations. It is
the Chesapeake AOhioR'y. via Wash
ington. "the Rhine, the Alps and
the Battlefield line of America"
along the great Kanawha river,
through New River canons, along the
Greenbrier, crossing the Alleghany
and Bine Ridge mountains, the Pied
mont and Shenandoah valleys, and
the most famous of Virginia battle
fields. The F. F. V. limited is the only
modern through train to Baltimore
via Washington with electric lights,
dining car and observation car. One
fare for the round trip. At compar
atively a slight additional cost return
trip can be made by war of Chesa
peake Bay, Old Point Comfort and
For full information, descriptive
pamphlet, etc., address C. B. Ryan,
Ass't. G. P. A., C. & O. R'y., Cincin
Brings comfort and improvement and
tends to personal eniovment when
rightly used. The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
leu expenditure, by more promptly
anting 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, Syrup 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 given satisfaction to millions and
met wim vuo approval vi uie meuicai
profession, because it acts on the Kid
neys. Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of i igs 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, yftu will not
accept any substitute it ottered.
OUSE TOR BENT APPLY TO MRS.
x. eulora, 1U11 Second avenue.
ANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL BOU8H-
worfc. Inquire at 227 Sixteenth street.
CLAIRVOYANT MISS WRIGHT. CLAtRVOY
ant, business and test medium, 417 irony
WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL TO DO
general house work in sma'.l lamilv. No.
1002 First avenue.
WANTED TWO OR THREE GOOD SOLIC
itora; salary and commission. Atlantic A
Pacific Tea company, 46 Wcel oeconl street,
WANTED AN ENERGETIC MAN OF GOOD
app-ara-e- for strsdy position, ttalarr or
rommis. ion. No drones ated apply. Address
"A.." this offlce.
SALESMAN WANTED SAI ART OR COM
mlssion with expenses paid to right party,
permanent place: rive age. Lake Bros. Oo.,
ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL. ILL . APRIL 10.
115. Sealed DroDoaals in tr Dlicate. ill be
received antil li o'clock, noon. May 9. 1H9TL and
then opened, for fnrn'hin here, coal an I haul
ing, rrqnirea oy M. department, daring the
cal year commencing Jniv 1, 1886 t utted
SlS'ea reserves the right to reject any or all p o
pnsale; Inf-rmatinn furnished npon application
here. Envelopes containing proposals thoald be
marked, "Proposals for Fuel." or "Hauling
stones and Coal, and adnreated to ODL'S C
miKJii , ueui. urn. Dept. a. a. v-. m.
Insurance and Loans.
Boom 4, Mitchell ft Lynde b'np.
A word to those going
to build this coming
season! If yon are go
ing to build a nice res
idence get figures from
the Colons Stone Co. of
Colon a. 111., on a cot
stone building of white
or verigated sandstone.
If yoq build of brick let
them give yon figures
on (he trimmings. M
yon dq tid a frame or
wood building let them
give yon figures on the range work.
H will improve, the looks and vain of yonr
noose S per cent. Some of the nieest bolldinn
in the stats are bnilt of Colons stone. By all
aeui have yoer etctUect specify Co loom ptoae
to be iwaS im soar bnflditw. hutnW. mim
and paotorraphs of bniktiuga eaa as asea at
is, ucaeii Issue's Bonding.
TURN YOUR BACK
On those who aim to
ttestroy your health
by trying to sell you
anything but. a . .
Xatosari Cleaaatl Scfrigtratar.
300 screen doors, plain or fancy.
300 window screen flyers.
300 window screens, Dodd's pat.
150 refrigerators, all styles and
72 Home and Hero ice cream
37 Quickmeal Gasoline stoves.
23 gas stoves, every style and
14 If. ft D. steel ranges.
62 Home Riverside stoves and
The above goods are all of the
very best makes, and if yon are in
terested in any of them'it will pay
you to get our prices..
1615-1617 Second Ave.
Any day during busi
ness hours and watch
the pleased expressions
of. onr 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 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;
yon 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
KRELL & HATH,
Phone 1156. 1716-1718 Second Av.
These suits by far surpass anything ever shown in this or
any other city at anywhere near this price. You must not
fail to see our line of
MEN'S SUITS AT $3.98.
They are hot the common pointed satinet kind. We carry
good goods only. K n i nr
Mc ill tyre-Reck Dry Goods Co.
Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns Buy Standard Sewing Machines.
W have eiven manv special sales If Knit Underwear, bat cever
have been able to come so near a-ivine Dou-aaa poa aaivas as wa shall
di this week, fwm Nnvmorr last rirat up to May, mills and markets
..f .1 anwl cartful and patient search w ith thla rralt that yon
will Sad tl e v-ry cnam of t different makes oa oar chanters for yonr
! spectioo. We tried to have snSJclent quaaties of each anMe for this
sale, hut at the prices nvaed it is not probable that suae of the numbers
caa last throagh the ent!re week.
At 25c, a price hitherto unheard of for tanks' aaioa raits. ICS dozen of
theaj. knit from excellent qnalty of cotton yam. fall Sixes sad lengths,
lalsh-rt neck, for only Sc ic. SSa. SSe, SSe.
Union snits of the a nest Kgyptiaa cotton, band oaaly Inlshed, ankle
and knee lengths, long sleeve? and sleeveless, at only Re. bbould be
all of L
I Gents' Underwear.
Two numbers on which we dwell with emphasis:
At SSe. sen's' nstaral mixed shirts and drawers shirt, French neck
Bicelr si k (Sni'hed and ftesrl buttons. Drawers with patent reiaforra.
ment ann double sewed seama, never meant to be sold for less Uiao 43c.
bat are 3Sc
At aw-, men's shirta. combed Egyn'iaa eo'to-. tonic knit, etetrently
silk Snished and pearl buttons drawers, Silesia bands, pearl buttons,
patent double reinforcing, shoo d be SSe. but are only 48c.
We will aril for this wek at 49e one line of rents frrnrh balbrig.
can regular made shirts and draaera, patent seaaia, worth ail of 75c
An exceptional birgain.
Standard Sewing Machines.
Standard mschines are the best (o bay becaase the easiest rnnnlnr
and most reliaale. Oar prices $11, 84, $27 and 135, worth from f 55
to $'5. .
John Koch, Sr.,
A j ax Bicycles,
BICYCLES MADE TO ORDER.
A Bicycle repaired with
neatness and dispatch.
218 Market Square.
- ARDWARE !
And Floor Paints,
1610 Third avenue.
WtthM Irtrjthliig Ttm Fliw
Silk Eandktrohlef tea OlrraiTnt.
Lao Ontalais BpMUltj,
No. 1724 Third Ave.
4V. U PARKER.
Telephone No. 1214.
received, unpacked and placed in
another large shipment of
Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 1711 Second avenue, Rock Island.
Will during- the month of May make dresses at
reduced prices. Perfect fit and neat finish guaranteed.
$5.00 Reduction to Pupils
Taking Full Course
In Mme. Kellogg's System of Dress Cutting and
Making. Former pupils are cordially invited to
visit the school and profit by instructions in
measurements and helpful talk upon scientific
and artistic dressmaking every Thursday at
2 p. m.
Ryan Block, Second Floor, Davenport.
At 4c, list dozen ladies short steered vests, ail inches Ion, of Sao
soft yam, Snlsbed Beck, a good garmeul aad well worth ISe.
At 7c and Sc. combed vara rest, full iength, fancy Snisbed neck.
At Its, Tests of long staple ym. taped and lace lata, bad rntr
At 15c, Kgyptiaa cotton, Swiss ribbed vests, worth tic.
At Cv All eaergiea concentrated here tt rive the most vslaa possi
ble foi the moaey. A dose ety'e to select from, kerptiaa and Maco
yarns. h te sad ecra, bwiee and Richelieu ribbed.' .ilk taunrd anl
SnUhed. Value at aftc, worth ap to 4Sc any and all at asc
At Sc. JSC 48c, etc, vests yoa cant see eyery day at the price.
Five sharp drives la black and navy storm sud wide wale serves for
skirts and dresses :
45 inch See soft storm serge, worth Sir, at 50c.
tti Inch wiry worsted serge, worth l. at (Sc.
53-Inch Bne wide wale worsted, acweat thing for skills, north SL.lt,
SMncb imported Preset storm senre, worth i 3. st 82',e.
St inch French wide wale, all wonted serge, at STc, worth $1 as.
SS0 pieces best mosquito aet, per piece of 8 yards, Sc.
SO dozen ladles' white cbimisettes, tacked front, usually c,M jgg.
The newest fa"s in ladles' snmmer neckwear, ladies collars sad
cans ruchiDja, chiffon plaiting!, etc., at the lowest of low prices.
LATEST NOVELTIES IN
M SB GOOES
OAK BE unr AT
E. F. DORN, k
The New Merchant Tailor.
1822 SECOND AYE
Harpar Houm Block
Headquarters for Boys' Novelties.