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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1896.
CAPT. LONG'S BOAT QUITS
See Adams1 new ad.
See Adams' new ad.
See Adams1 new ad.
Cralle & Co. reliable livery.
V. S. Mt Combs is in Chicago.
The best broom Lee1! Little Gem.
Have vour foot fitted at Dollr
See Lange & Heitmann's ad. on
The city dads have an adjourned
Drets goods bargains at Mclntvre
Reck Co's. Bead ad.
Usual 12J cent silkalines 8 cents
at Mclntyre-Keck Co's.
Eleven bars of Santa Clans soap
for 25 cents at Maucker's.
New plaid waists with white col
lars at Mclntyre-Keck Co's.
Big lane curtain bargains at Mc-Intyre-Beck
Co's. Kead ad.
The best Minnesota flour, war
ranted, only fl.10 a sack at Beech
er's. Lininralnrrrst given away with
dress goods at Mclntyre-Keck Co's.
Another decline on soap. Santa
Clans, 11 bars for 25 cents, at
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Guldenzopf
have welcomed a 12-pound girl to
Everybody can keep clean now 11
bars of Santa Clans soap for 25 cents
Choice table butter, 15 cents a
pound. Fresh eggs, 17 J cents a doz
en at Beechcr's.
Fifty heavv beaver jackets fnll silk
lined $198 it Mclntyre-Reck Co's.
Real value $7.50.
When ordering carriages remem
ber Cralle & Co. Careful drivers and
Leaf lard, fonr pounds for 25 cents;
cranberries, two quarts for 16 cents,
four quarts for 25 cents at Beecher's.
Now for a genuine bargain sweep.
Shopping opportunities not often
met with on sale this week at Mc
Cabe's. Lace curtains worth (3.50 to f 6 a
.pair, odd curtains or one pair of a
kind marked down to $1.98 at Mc-Intyre-Kerk
August Sehnert, Jr , and Miss
Tillie Ossfinberg. were married Sat
urday by Uv. C. A. Mtnnicke, of
German Lutheran church.
Over 150 new jackets received to
day at Mclntyre-Keck Co's. Our lot
was to bo KS.50, but go in the 9.93
line advertised for this week.
Extraordinary selling in the dress
goods department at McCabe's this
week, homo rare new bargains will
make the occasion long remembered.
Mrs. Robert Hall Williams, form
erly Mi-s Lizzie Wadsworth, of
Buffalo. X. Y., is spending a few
days with her aunt, Mrs. Mary
Hundreds of ladics's jackets re
ceived Saturdav afternoon and even'
ing will be on sale Monday morning
early at McCabe Bros'. Some choice
money savers in this lot sure
McCabe's millinery department
has been the busiest place in town
for the pist few weeks. New good
now coming in, bought at about half
price, will make it livelier this week
The Tri-City band was reorganized
yesterday under the name of the Citi
zens Rami and Orchestra of Rock Isl
and. It is a first class musical or.
ganization and all will unite in wish
ing it success.
We wish to call the attention of
the ladies of the three cities to the
fact that we have just received
largo shipment af ladies fine shoes,
welt solo, drive, a new round toe.
widths from AAA to E, price $3.50.
They are beauties. Dolly Bros.
P. II. Kelly, P. Auers, Herman
Schmacht, Henry Ernhorn, Harper
iiouse company ana K. Kucnmann,
nave renewed their saloon licenses
cieveniviwo saioons uia business in
xiuck lsianu during me past six
months, but it is thought this num
ber will fall shy a few this winter.
Each Monday evening between
now and New lcars. Rev. Maniuis
. . i i , , . ... 1
oi me iruauway cnurcn, will give a
talk on his last summer's trip
through England and Scotland. The
lectures will be given in the Sunday
school room and will be illustrated
bv the storeopticon. There will also
be a program of recitations and song.
mo suojecs lor mis evening is
lsit to the Lake Region of Ene
No Mare Competition la the Kock IsaMd.
The rivalry between the packets of
Capts. Streckfus and Long ia at an
end, for this season at least, the lat
ter having retired his craft, the Jo
Long, which has held out until Sat
urday. The Douglass Board man was
run into quarters tome time ago.
What are the plans ' of those who
have been backing Capt. Long's
boats for next season is a matter of
considerable interest to not only
river men. but merchants both in
Rock Island. Davenport, Clinton and
intermediate points. It is under
stood that Mr. Young, who has
been Capt. Long's principal finan
cial backer, has all he want of
the steamboat business. The Daven
port man who has been helping the
Long over the choal places has not
been heard from in this respect. He
unaerstooa to oe ueorge W. Cable,
but he has not outlined his plans for
next summer's campaign. It is
rumored that a boat is in course of
constructions above here which will
equal either of Capt. Streckfus
boats, both in speed and beauty.
The Winona went into winter
quarters this morning, Capt. Streck-
us bidding adieu to the traffic of
96 and has given out the following:
In closing the season of 1896. 1
wish to express my great apprecia
tion oi the very liberal patronage
bestowed upon the Winona both
by shippers and the traveling public.
"This general recognition of our
fforts in providing for the safety
and comfcrt of our patrons has in-
pired us with the determination to
place before the public next season a
stumer with still greater speed.
more commodious apartments and su
'Believing that our trade will
fully appreciate all that can be done
for it we shall begin at once with a
full force of skilled workmen on
those improvements that will make
the Winena the most beautiful and
attractive steamer ever run between
Davenport and Clinton.
Again thanking our many mends
and patrons for the interest mani
fested fn our behalf and hoping to
receive a continuation of the same in
1897, 1 am, yours most respectfully,
ARM BROKEN IN A FALL.
Mrs. Hawthorn Baa a Severe Accident at
Mrs. S. J. Hawthorne fell down
stairs at her home, 2833 Sixth
avenue, about 8 o'clock latt evening.
and fractured her left arm just above
the wrist. Dr. S. B- Hall ao justed
the break. Mrs. Hawthorne ent
ered much from the injury, but
is getting along exceedingly well.
Ben, son of Mr. and Mrs. rhil
Mitchell, while visitiog at the Moline
low company Saturday afternoon
with his little friend, Charles Rosen
held, fell against a truck, sustaining
a severe ga9h in his forehead, which
was stitched up by Dr. G. G. Craig.
These lectures are free.
Snow flurries tonight, probably
turning to ngnt rain xuesuay. tast
to south winds. Today's tempera
tureSl. F. J. Wiu, Onaerver
.Highest . Honors World' Fair,
1 s. J
MOST PERFECT MADE-
pT Grape Crrim if Tartar Powdrr. Frr
cm A.TirRtnu, Alum or any otntr aauiuiim
.49.YIAIS TUB STAKDAKSc
With a better understanding' of the
transient nature of the many nhvs-
ical ills, which vanish before proper ef
forts gentle efforts pleasant efforts
rightly 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
xamny laxative, fcyrupol t igrs. prompt
ly removes. That is why it is the only
remedy with millionsof families, and is
everywhere esteemed so highly by all
who value good health. Its beneficial
effects ane due to the fact, that it is the
one rerr.edy which promotes internal
cleanliness without debilitating the
organs on which it acts. It is therefore
all important, in order to get its bene
ficial effects, to note when too nr
chase, that yon have the genuine arti
cle, which is manufactured by the Cali
fornia Fig syrup Co. only and sold by
all reputable druggists.
If ia 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, bnt 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.
The new Christian Scientist church
on Twenty-third street was dedicated
yesterday with beutting ceremonies
conducted by C. K. Mixter and Mrs.
J. R. Johnston. The house was filled
Old people who require medicine
to regulate the bowels and kidneys
win nna the true remedy in Electric
Bitters. This medicine does not
stimulate, and contains no whisky
nor other intoxicant, but acts as
tonic and alterative. It acts mildly
on the stomach and bowels, adding
strength and giving tone to the or
gans, thereby aiding nature in the
perioral ance oi the functions. Elec
tric Bitters is an excellent appetizer
and aids digestion. Old people find
it just exactly what they need. Price
50 cents per bottle at Harts & Ulle
nieyer's drug store.
From Iler Ioint or View.
Both were very yonng. Tbry stood
gar.i!ix into a store window, admiring
Ihn pretty frocks that children so love.
an:l turning to look at the ragged figure
beside lirr Marjorie said conipassion-
utoly, "Little girl, poor little girl, are
those your bestus clothes; '
"No," tho other responded with
;cuenm Fhako of her head, "mv testes
zlothes is woTed out" Boston Herald.
Catarrh la the Bead
Is a dangerous disease. It may lead
directly to consumption. Catarrh is
caused by impure b ood. and the true
way to cure it is by purifying the
oiooa. nooa s barsaparilla cures
catarrh becanse it removes the cause
of it by purifying the blood. Thou
sands testify that they have been
cured by Hood s Sarsaparilla.
Hood's pills ate purely vegetable
and do not purge, pain or gripe. All
way l it
. a . . - ...
ii caiarrn is a blood disease, as sorre
claim, that physicians frequently ad
vise change cf air and ciima;e for
those suffering? Catarrh is a cii
matlC affection, and nnthinv tint
local remedy or change of climate
will cure it. Ely's Cream Balm is so
emcient as to do away with the
necessity of leaving home and
friends, causing instant relief and is
a real cure of catarrh.
res- Over nrtv Tears
Bin. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
been need for child ran taatniss
soothes the child, softens the gums.
aiiays an pain, cares wina colic,
is the best remedr for diarrh
Twenty-five cents a bottle.
Ilevrd Coal Base
Smooth Castings, Perfect Mount
ings, Elegant Trimmings, with
more good points than any
CALL AND SEE THEM.
Is invariably to be found at
Hes Bros. They carry
whatever the market af
fords, and at prices that
are fair to alL
I THEY NOW HAVE:
Jersey Bveet Potato..
Dressed Backs, Chickens sad
Ball era Vanned Oysters.
Catawba, Tokay, Delaware, ling
ers and Raw York Grapea.
Tj 1 ours for Coed Groceries, r
special : : :
Line of Ladies Fine
Shoes, button and lace.
All widths We have
added a line of Ladies
$3 oo Boots. Alo our
Kangaroo Calf High
School Shoe, all for
$2.50. They equal any
$3 00 shoes in the city.
Get one of those beautiful
pictures FREE, if yon have
Mclntyre-IRecli Dy Goods co.
THE BARGAIN CENTER
1709 and 1711 Second Avenue, Rock Island, EL
MONARCH OF THE
1C18-1I17 SECOND AVENUE.
Spec:al lots at very low prices.
85 pieces new and very pretty all wool novelty
u tings. 86 acd 88 Inches wide, values np to 45c.
grouped i one lot at 29c
2L w f'V"""!1 ela'ae. aad all weal plaid. 50 valors, roataar.
rain" tal blJoTls? Vt. V
KS V1.r,! '" toporud Dre.aCee4a.av ve'ue. Se
l!le 71 Mtlr Drer. oxxlv aaadaoaw eauerae. W ralaw
Linings Almost Given Away.
we 5!! ash' inH p,,t to t sa4 over te d this week.
1 yards Mleela Ite vara. IS? vara Seat Caarlc Sc yard. SOc.
1 yard. Lata fsclBf. 18c. t7e m.k. im aye iSc
"""ISr-..,. . Total. S141T
AU f.r XJcea't. Xeareaber tbJe s oa.y.
Blazer and Reefer Suits.
.dT!IbBfa1,,',c,w, .". N.II-
tcoich af.ru. bisca. tary err, covert clota. etc Ceawatslcfc.
Jackets and Capes.
IT S?ialueTl4?e':0 '" ,'orm ". koX front, good
A special .lo hi Irtaa Frtnte Jerkere. toowa and erara eCeets.
atom ejliar. lin-d rre-iler $14 )eret, SKI.
1 jachrt. v Koarle sad Peiewa bueh. ell Slack aad e tnae f
ferts elmatlt HaeJ thraeehoat srita etia raadassa at ( larva uSrta,
rrcaiar Slk isrseie. mk leibr W. f en.
C'-jwe of fond .'It vlmh. ails II Bed. braided aad far trtatwra, valses
cji !' eisjr .I k plaa. .Vr-wlT kraldrd arMk Jet,
miwwv, p win. uts srvea w w.
nsadaaaaa aele and istatea five erKh averr taw af ami., sr.
apread eet ea law sables all las lace canassvbM tavekeea enM Im
ooeetseaairaaadailteecarteaeBe ta stee fsMtai.
sale, have sold at SS.sa. t SO, S aad M aaw. four caeloa af aar
taiaeea 1.111 laaiee aa 1 Jt a pair.
Al' the M4 eatra of r. n i-l'. araeaeia. aet ate fac( aet car-
f:jO,$ieaa4tlS.aavalaesfsdaosd .. ,
res aad latatee fiaa.
New Plaid Waists.
Kew aad etrlWa alald aralete arlrk eyklw rrdlar.eewensvara sraaWa.
Tart ea. at eet arte a. Tae SI . Has at l 1'WSl tNat Si ea
ailWealTTIcataiasil wawa, wane eeuara. eyiasiy aiada. VI
Bet Oanta Fall bed elae, sfareaitlea petaeraa. V fa vdee. at ast,
usiaaa Btaakate - Heavy erap aetssa BienSeta. ar aa. re
Fsataar at leaa Ba.d tlcawc awk SUed arita feseWra. Sss.
15c Silkolines Zyic
1 SOS yarda. SI r"A PUkaltaea,
The wtdtk sad price aukea owe very das lral fpi
aasaM avw avstsna. llc sad tv
75c Conon Batts s&
tra gmtt cleaa rettea aetts. Ttie vale far he. ' 4
Special Linen Bargains.
an yar af Taalr Uaea la a doawa haaoensa stKDa,rerih 13c
a panl. at Sr 1
Very ksTvaS IrnM (Task, If terkre non.exirthad at tC tTlark
IdrH, arena lie. at , Bey ia aaaaiitp ae. I
an aorea Tarkua Tnerele. aronh !. t Sc. 1
VI ana very araw Taratah Teawia. tit valnea, 1.
TaaaH r aeael I SSMparss plsaap traaa Ssaasl. a pi.t'y etetfie
pt'trraa, arena s, at fcae. Beay Oaiaea bea Saaarl, watta Uti, S e.
Ob, Those Tempting
EITHER Fried, Fanned.
Stewed, Raw or served
in anv stvle vou may wish
at KBKLL & MATH'S would
tempt an Anchorite. When
jou want to five jour
sweetheart or wife an ex
quisite treat, take her to
their fine store and she can
take ber choice from more
concentrated delicacies than
yon can find in the city.
THOSE remarks and those
expressive (restures of
approval which we notice at
onr cake and pastry counter
convinces ns that our Bakery
Goods are jcst right.
KRELL & MATH
Give you a whole loaf of sat.
isfaction when yon buy their
Bread, besides it weighs
three ounces more than any
other bakers at the same
Phone 11M. 1716-171S Second Ave.
Fresh Oysters by the Can.
WE HAVE IN ST CK OVER 1
1 200 Different Styles of Rockers
saw vus? v L m. a
Twice as many as atjy
other store tn the city
to select from, ad
we guarantee tie
FROM 1.09 IT TO
IIIOM 14.50 IT TO
lied Room Suites
FBOM 111.00 UP TO t5
tl00.r0, ana cm.
OverSOO Diff erect rat-
teraa Iron 15a pvr yard
p to 2.50 per yard.
THE LEADERS IN FVONITIJRE. b
17 17 Second Avenue.
Now that the Election is Over,
The tnucn talked o confidence restored, the fact r its in operation, mom y growing more plentiful
and times better, you II be wanting a new suit or ovcrcoa.
BJjL. rS& IK..
Have decidedly the choicest and best stock of thorouh'y meritorious merchandise In the city.
Children's Reefers. Boys Overcoats.
Their liee of Children's Bsefert consist f ttoacle with caps to tuatck,
Chiecbil'a. I r leas. Kerseys aad Astrakaa. I'rioes rar l.l p
wards the aad ti-lo line are partlralarly latereaUog.
Their line of Boys' Listers at II "4 and f I arc st onters ronst U
sea to be appreciated.
Their line of Obildree'e Salts at there is ao ae la talkiac wboat
Boys' and Children's Clothing, every parent fcaows M. A K. are trays'
Trters ast yoar aarlchbor aad the newer will be; -no place like N.4L
for boys' wearter apparaL
Ulsters and Overcoats.
Their line of Men' $7.33 Dress Overcoats appeal directly to the parse
of the most economical.
There is nothing in town to compare with their line of 9 SO aad tlQ
Their line of Men's all wool soils at 1 1. 90. S r.S aad 4 &0 are by far
the best values ever offered In this vicinity cannot match them ay where
within 25 per cent.
In lien's Shoes we have the sole ser.ev for the celebrated Strong A
Garfield make, and in hove' In?an & lludson's Iron Clad beat oa earth.
une pair 01 ettner wm last as long as two of any otner main, t ry taem.
Underwear and Caps.
How a boat t'aderwear and Cans If va rar to esve anonev aed
ao doubt yoa do) M iK.ii the place to tay t umiahiaps.
Your money should come from its bidinjr, put your shoulder to the whtel and help the good times along.
Every purchase you make givo more cmr.l ymcnt ta the tailor aid the ta:lor will have money to as
sist the mechanic in other Industries, and so it is all aong the line. Wc are doing uvr duty ly offering the
best and bigg tstbatgains in town. Wc have always made it a point (even durirg dull timet) to make
business hum with the Irresistable force of unm.tchable bargalas.