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THE ARGUS, MON DAY MAKCH 23, 1896.
See McCabe's corset ft J.
It pays to trade at Beecher's.
Bay your bicycle at McCabe's.
T. B. Darii went north this morn,
At borne where? At Harrold'a
J. E. Grady, of Chicago. Sundayed
la the city. '
Thomas Yates is here from St.
Louis on a Tisit.
Dress goods bargains at Mclntyre
Reck Co'a. Read ad.
Mist Tripp's dancing clais tonight
ftt Standard club rooma.
Carte & Ohlweilcr's bottled goods
are recognized as the best.
Poatmatter Frank Garnett, of Poit
Byron was in the city today.
Opening. Opening at Harrold'a
corner tomorrow at 9 o'clock.
Iiig bargaina in spring wraps ftt
Mcloty re-Keck Co's. Read ad.
Come and get a good tailor'
made suit for 111 at Lcithner's.
Miss May Nicholson has taken
clerkship at the New York Leader.
The democrats of South Rock Isl
and hold their caucus this evening.
Th! Hoi k Island Ministerial asso
ciation Lad its meeting this morn
ing. Mrs. J. IS. Danforth. of San Jose.
Cal.. registered at the Harper this
Beecher will sell you corn, oats,
wheat, bran, chopped feed, hay and
straw very cheap.
The steamer George M. Waters
started out this morning on her mai
den trip to Clinton.
On and see "Out of His Sphere"
at Carse hall next Monday night.
Admission 10 cents.
House wrappers which a-e usually
$2 and f i.2o, now $1.25 at Mclniyre
Reck Co's. Read ad.
There is to be a meeting of the
Yonng Men's Christian association
directors this evening.
Notice McCabe's 19-cent silk lined
four-in-hitnd ilk ties; 34-ct-nt values,
only 19 cents this week.
Iresh. clean, up-to-date lino of
dry good, notion, etc. at Itarrold's
corner Tncsdar at 9 o'clock.
W. E. Peterson has bought Petch
cr's confectionery in Moline and will
remove to that place In a day or two.
Embroidery bargain lots at 2)
cents and 6 cents at Mclntyre-Reck
Co's. Vatucs 6 cents to 12 cents.
A pair of Indies' line silk hose free
with every P. N. corset at $1 or over
until Wednesday evening at C o'clock
There is no use in wearing ready,
made suits If you ran get them just
as cheap at lcithner's. Commercial
Dr. (J. ;. Craig, who has been se
riously indisport'd for some time,
loaves this week for the south for the
benefit of his health.
Walters. Frazer, Jr., assistant in
spector of the Third brigade, Illinois
National Guards, will inspect com
pany A tomorrow evening.
C. E. Curtis, president of the Mis
sionary Industrial school at Beloit,
Ala., preached at the United Presby
terian church yesterday morning.
A rare offer a pair of silk hose
free with each pair of the P. N. cor
sets at f 1 or over until Wednesday
nigni at t o clock at Mcl'abe Uros
E. H. Wright, formerly turnkey at
the county jail and who is now en
joying the country air near Orion,
made The Am;t s a pleasant call Sat-
Miiis Nellie Bnrthalow has resigned
m-r position as stenographer in Mc
Cabe tiros', ofllce to accept ft similar
ono with the Aermotcr company in
You can buy three dozen fresh
eggs for 25 cents; irood potatoes 30
cents a bushel; sauer kraut 10 cents
ft gallon; good corn and peas 5 cents
can at neecner s.
Dr. O. Herbort, of Tipton, Iowa,
who is working up Herbert's excur
sion through Germany, France, etc.,
through Liverpool. o leave Tipton,
May 1. is in the city to. lay.
The c urt-hjue building commit
ter of the county board is still buy
with the furniture question. The
board meets Thursday, when it is
espected the contract will be let.
The manufacturers of the cele
brated P. N. corsets are bound every
lady shall try them. See the extra
ordinary offer of a pair of silk hose
with each pair of corsets at f 1 or
At tht Reorganized Church of
Highest Honors World's Fair,
. MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Arnmonu, Alum or any other adulterant.
.40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in
BurraU's block, ft discourse will be
given this evening by Evangelist T.
J. Sheldon on the subject, "Where
is the Fruit?"
Mr. and Mrs. Will J. Harrold. nee
Miss Phoebe J. Ayers, will be at home
to their friends and patrons Tues
day, March 21. 9 o'clock at Harrold'a
corner. Twentieth street and Fourth
venue. Hurst block.
South Moline republicans nomi
nated the following at their caucus
Saturday evening: Supervisor, J.
II. Thornton; clerk, E. O. Black man:
assessor, E. J. Jamerson; collector,
JohnUeck; road commissioner, J. D.
Davenport democrats Saturday
made the following aldermanic nom
inations: First ward, Ernest Zoller;
Second ward, William Birschoff;
Third ward, William Uoetsch; Fourth
ward, D. B. Home; Fifth ward, J. E.
Collins; Sixth ward, Christ Kuehl.
The Western Illinois Poultry and
Pet Stock association has decided to
hold its first exhibition in Rock Isl
and next Thanksgiving week from
the 24th to the 29th. D. T. Heim
lich, of Jacksonville, has been chosen
judge. K. A. Donaldson has been
elected vice president of the associa
tion. The new Twentieth street dry
goods establishment of W. J. Harrold
will throw open its doors to the pub
lic tomorrow. It is one of the pret
tiest stores tn the city ana fitted up
in ft tasty manner. Mr. and Mrs.
Harrold are both well known and
will no doubt meet with gratifying
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cleland cele
brated their 36th wedding anniver
sary yesterday in an exceedingly
pleasant manner with near and dear
ones about them. These consisted
of S. L. Cleland and family. Miss
Mary Cleland, of Geneseo, and D. J.
Cleland. While it was ft quiet home
affair, it was just as the conple
wouia nave it observed.
The Twelfth street case was re
sumed before Jndge Henry C. Ward
in the Whiteside county court to-day.
Counsel and witnesses attending are:
.... . . . . " .
j. i iiaas, col. Henry uortis and K
1). Connelly and William Hocft, II.
W. Dusinberre, J. W. Roche, John
Crubaugh. H. P. Hull. W. A. Dar
ling. Virgil Warren, John Ohlweiler
and L. V. Kelt hart.
South Rock Island republicans at
their caucus Saturday evening put
np this ticket: Town clerk, W. N.
S. Evans; assessor, Auznst F.
Scbmid; collector. Harry Ziemer;
commissioner oi highways, J. C.
Hammer. Delegates to the county
convention were chosen as follows:
J. T. Campbell, Thomas Campbell,
Harry Ziemer, Henry Case, E. D.
Fisher. H. H. Robb, David Sears.
K. D. Fisher, II. II. Robb and Samuel
Campbell were named aa ft township
Chief Engineer C. F. Lowetb, ac
companied by Promoter F. A. Blair,
inspected the work in progress on
the Rock Island Bridge & Terminal
company's bridge today. About
twenty car loads or stone have ar.
rived at the scene of operations and
Mr. Blair says they will begin laying
stone for the abutment in a few days.
M. S. Carttcr, of St. Louis, who has
the contract for building the bridge.
was here yesterday and expressed
uimscll as well satisfied with the out
look for rapid progress on the work.
TO NAME THE WINNERS.
Democratic Cltr Township Convention at
Turn Ball Tonight.
The democratic city-township con
vention meets at Turnor hall this
evening to nominate candidates for
township offices. The party is fa
vored with abundance of excellent
material from which to select candi
dates and with representative men
named and a plucky fight made the
party will win at the forthcoming
election. tor supervisor, Emil
Koehler and C. J. Long are suggest
ed, and for assistant supervisors
Joseph Rosentield. Peter Frey, George
u. uouge, ewaa uouge, William
Roth and Peter Gottsmann. For
collector. Tim O'Neill, George W.
Henry, Herman Detjens and William
Iloggess are lting discussed, and for
assessor J. D. Tvlor, George For
lev, George Simmon ani Peter
.chlemmer are proposed.
With such a list of candidates from
which to choose, the partv can cer
tainly make no mistake in composing
its ticket tonight. Let a pick good
men therefore and then go in and
lMut Do This.
Do not be induced to buv any other
ii you nave maae up your mind to
take Hood's Sarsnparilla. Remem
ber that Hood's Sarsaparilla cures
when all other' fall. I)n not oir
ud in desDair because other medi
cines have failed to help you. Take
Hood's Sareaparilla faithfully and
you may reasonably expect to be
Hood's Pills are purely vegetable.
carefully prepared from the best in
gredients. 25 cents.
portal Trmla to Cottar staphis.
Wednesday, March 25, a special
train will leave Davenport via the
R. C R. & N. railway for Cedar
Rapids conveying the Princess of
Iran and their friends to that city.
Only one fare, 12.26. for the ronnd
trip, rickets will be sold to nyone
wishing to so. Exact time of de
parture will be announced later.
Coaamas A. An too.
Yoo are hereby ordered to report
ftt the Armory Tuesday evening at
7:30 for inspection. By order of
Lieut. Comd'g. Co. A.
With a better understanding of the
transient nature of the many phys
ical ills, which vanish before proper ef
forts gentle efforts pleasant efforts
rig-htly directed. There is comfort in
the knowledge, that so many forms of
sickness are not due to any actual dis
ease, but simply to a constipated condi
tion of the system, which the pleasant
family laxative, Syrup of Fijrs, prompt
ly removes. That is why it is the only
remedy with millionsof families, and is
everywhere esteemed so highly by all
who value (rood health. Its beneficial
effects are due to the fact, that it is the
one remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness without debilitating the
organs on which it acts. It is therefore
all important, ia order to get its bene
ficial effects, to note when yon pur
chase, that you have the penuine arti
cle, whieh is manufactured by the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by
all reputable druggists.
If in the enjoyment of good health,
and the system is regular, laxatives or
other remedies are then not needed. If
afflicted with 'any actual disease, one
may be commended to the most skillful
physicians, but if in need of a laxative,
one should have the best, and with the
well-informed everywhere, Syrup of
Figs stands highest and is most largely
used and gives most general satisfaction.
When in need of any
choice garden or grass
seeds go to Hess Bros.,
where you can get the
best varieties of bulk
seeds, as follows:
Lawn Grin, White Clorer,
Ken-Qcky Bine Gran,
Hcd CI JTcr, Timothy.
VEGETABLES . .
Swot Peas and Nasturtium
seeds In ba!k.
One lot of bntton, needle M 7C
toe, all solid vltf O
One lot of lace, needle toe,
See our new needle lace, as
soft as a glove, new color.
C. C. TAYLOR'S
1717 Second Ave.
ALL STYLES and SIZES.
None Better Every
stove sold on a posi
tive guarantee. Call
and examine the
LARGEST AlfD BEST
stock of Stoves in
the three cities at
1615-1617 Second Arenue.
All fresh and new and at prices
that will sorely make them go.
Take home a pound for the little
ones to crack, or if you want to
make a nut cake we have
Walnuts, all halves.
Pecans, all ha Tea.
Filbert, all whole.
Hickory a sbellbark.
We are the only store in the
three cities handling shelled
KRELL & MATH
Mclntyre-Reck Dry Goods co.
THE BARGAIN CENTER
1709 and 171 1 Second Avenue, Rock Island, 111.
ANOTHER WEEK OF GREAT BARGAINS.
WHEN we have the weather to compete with it calls
forth onr every energy and compels us to offer
even greater Inducements than in the past to bring von
out. That is why it will pay you to trade here this
EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS IN DRESS GOODS,
in pieces all wool Fancies at Sse. now Me.
y"y Pretty stvb. Sue Talae. now 3Tc
M7en'lvj-buiome Silk and Wool Combinations, Talne fl U.
". on. th.
4 4-incb silk finish atoha:r SicUlian, value SI TS, at fl 18.
Best -laundry Blnlng, 10c size, fc.
Good toilet Paper, per roll or raeksee, 4s.
U"MVu,rch1- teI Hotel o1" 10c toilet soap, 3c.
W.TchV.sK.', i "sT"' """
Twin Dress Stay, set Sc.
st Sc Corwt Stays ,5c
in oe f?n.mere Glove, vslne S5c per pair, at 5c.
W?n"7ieiIrolnered -8iLk Hndkreblefs.S5c SOc. your choice. 8c.
iMlI..XVneL.,"a?ers ' ?, U"dkre"- " embroidered
rerIku?,"5c!Germ'nKnUtaS1,Ickn,1 col' ,Je
SPECIAL SALE OF EMBROIDERIES.
252 Vt'? mb'?tred 1t". worth 10 and 14c a yard, choice Stfe.
t.90 jraro Bmbroidcrj, worth 5, and 8c a yard, at S!,c.
PHENOMENAL ACTIVITY PREVAILED IN OUR
CLOAK DEPARTMENT last week. 1896 spring
styles were the magnet, and great as was the sell
ing we will more than meet it this week. Easter
draws near, and remember that the most desirable
styles always go first.
SO Capes of all wool cloth la black, tay and tan. raise $S.M.at Mc
aa dainty cloth Capes, ia ny and ranllnal. S4 valnss. at S I
Cloth Cape, new style, cat collar, four rows braM, ribbua triaanvd.
value as, at SSJS.
Handsome black taffeta silk Cape, ailk lined, valae ST (0. at $4.M.
Fine ve've' Capes, jet braided, sila lined, ribbon and lara Dimmed,
Capes ot heavy black sttla dnchesje, silk lined, vain f 10, at IS 98.
T5 very pretty flanneleUe Wrappers, wide fall akin, fine large
SleeTes, values S1.7S. , S2.1S, fl.ia, now il.-i.
for 39? ,aid Bo1 cotton and do set Flannel, while Ihpy latt, 10 yards
New Shirting Prints, the Se quality, 3e.
800 yards beary uableached ataslin, worth 6v(c. at U vards for SOc
1.80J pounds best carpet warp, worth ssc a pound,. 17ic.
The newest and most proper Neckwear to be
found here of course. New Linen Grass Cloth Shoul
der Collars; handsomely embroidered, elegant Lace
Collars, newest Swiss and embroidered effects in Col
lars; dainty combinations of Laee and Ribbon, all on
display and for sale this week at very low prices.
Warning to All!
You are hereby cautioned not to make any arrange
ments for that new carpet or matting until you have seen
our goods and prices. Positively a prettier display of
fresh, bright spring figures were never shown to the
carpet buying public than we are now displaying in our
stores. If you an spire the time to just run in and
look at our line, you can satisfy yourself in a short time
that we are right in our claims.
Furniture of all Grades at Prices that Please!
A handsome array of Parlor Furniture, such as will catch
your eye, is also being shown. Consider well, then
don't fail to pay us a visit before you purchase. We
are here for business, and if up-to-date goods at reason
able prices will interest the public, we will play to
CLEMANN & SALZMANN
P1RTT SD?PL!B ud FA1CT B1KIIC.
Phone 1156. 1716-1718 Second Ave. Sixteenth street and Second avenue.
LEADERS IN OUR LINE.
Tis An III-Wind That , Blows Nobody Some Good.'
Kahn, Schoenbrun & Co. DOLLARS for 50c
The firm of Kahn, Schoenbrun & Co., corner Market and Adams streets,
Chicago, manufacturers of Men's Fine Clothing, busted a few weeks ago.
. & K.
Were on hand and bought the cream of this New Spring Stock at about half
price. Already have these goods been received and await your inspection.
Every garment is a Union-Tailor-Made, which insures perfection in fit as well
as trimming and workmanship. You'll be surprised to see the Fine Suits we
are selling for a mere trivial.
(MG Til AWAY
Under ordinary circumstances we could not begin to buy the raw material at
the price we are selling these suits complete. Thus it is an ill-wind that b!ows
nobody some good. Twas an ill-wind for K;f S. & Co,, but our customers
are getting the good.