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THE ABdUB, MONDAY. NOVEMBER 30 189C
Pub'icto Use the New Rock
ALL COIOEBNED ABE BETIOEHT.
BelUrttiat Erery FosatMs Effort M Be
ta Dlrsetetf to Tfcat End ud Tbat
Cars Will be RoaalDft- la. the Morn,
The indications are tbat tbe new
Bock Island bridge will be tbrown
open to the public tomorrow morning-
The apparent fisity of cold
weather has hastened tbe date of
contemplated opening several days.
And even now no one in any wav
connected with the bridge has 'a
word to say abont it. Col. Bnffigton
atsted to Thh Argus this afternoon
that he had nothing whatever to say
abont tbe bridge. Snpt F. E. Rob
bins stated that it was a difficult
matter to state when the bridge would
be open. Gen. Snpt. Milliken. of the
Phoenix Bridge company, conld not
be found. Neither conld General
Manager Lardner, of tbe Tri-City
Railway company, but there is an
nnasual stir on all sides on the
bridge. A special effort is being
put forth to get the bridge open to
morrow to pedestrians, at least. The
railings have not come yet, and
hence tbe officials are anxious to pro
Tide for every precaution.
Care May Ran.
It is probable, too, that electric
cara will run on the bridge line com
mencing tomorrow morning. This
is not yet determined, but there will
be no energy spared by Manager
Lardner to have them started again.
The mail messenger between Kock
Island and Davenport crossed the
bridge this morning for the first
Hynes sharpen skates.
Bed chairs 5 cents at Eck hart's.
Bead Schneider's special sale ad.
The best broom Lee's Little Gem.
Bargains in dinner ware at Eok
hart's Santa Clans headquarters at Eck-hart's.
Be sure and read Tonng & Mc-
J. E. Montrose, of Chicago, is at
Opening of holiday goods at Young
Barney & Berry, K. K. .and Wins
low skates at Hynes'.
Blankets 39 cents a pair and np at
Young & McCombs'.
Horse blankets and carriage robes
t Youn? & M:Corubs'.
' Dress goods and velvets at almost
naif price at Young & McCombs'.
Special prices on cloaks, jackets
ana capes at xoung & Aiccombs'.
Miss Mamie Vgan has returned
from a 2-months' visit at Chicago.
Good 15 mackintoshes 2 93 at Mc
In t j re-Keck Co.'s big dealing sale.
Fine gray blankets, 39 cents a pair
at Melatyre-litck Co.'s big clearing
Burglars will burgle. Alarms of
all kinds at Hugh's, 324 Twentieth
Prices cut to tbe quick to move the
goods at Mclntyie-Ueck Co.'a big
Men's heavy gray shirts and draw
rs z cents at fticiotvre-Keck Co.'s
' big clearing sale.
German knitting yarn 10 cents
per skein at Mclntyie-Reck Co.
big dealing sale.
Special $H 50, $16 and f IS jackets
cut to 19.87 at Mclntyre-Reck Co.'a
Dig clearing sale.
Residences and stores equipped
wun ourgiar alarm devices. Kugns
Club skates (celebrated Kean) to be
Hal only at Young & McCombs
Price 29c per pair.
D. B. Smith, who is now employed
oy tne uurimgton read at Sterling,
IS visiting in the city.
Men's 25 cent merino wool hose
12 cent a pair at Mclntyre-Beck
i;o. oig clearing sale.
Twenty-five C6nts. Keen celebrated
01 J b skates at John T. Noftsker's,
only 35 cents per piir.
Stock np for the cold weather
cheaply and well at Mclntyre-Reck
uo.s Dig clearing sale.
Health Commissioner Sala sajs
there are only two cases of diph
theria in Rock Island now.
Child's heavy ribbed and fleeced
hose cnt to 10 rents at Mclntyre
Keck Co. s big clearing sale.
Special lot of jacquard figured
Highest Honors World' Fair,
dress goods 16 cents at Mclntyre
Reck Co.'s big clearing sale.
Attend gfeat alteration sal.
Flemming Furniture company mnst
There will be a meeting of the W.
C. T. U. at the Y. M C. A. chapel to
morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock.
The stage of water at the Rock Isl
and bridge this morning was 2 40
and falling; the temperature 17.
Mark J. McNamara returned home
to Chicago last evening after a short
visit with Second avenue friends.
Mrs. A. R- Kongo and little daugh
ter, Florence, returned home to Bine
Island todav after a visit to relatives.
The regular quarterly sta'ement
of Cashier Greenawalt, of the Rock
Island Savings bank, appears else
Fort Armstrong Garrison 80,
Knights of the Globe, has issued in
vitations to a dancing party to be
given at Industrial hall Friday even
ing, Dec. 11.
The Lincoln club is planning to
permanently organize. A meeting
was held Saturday night at which a
committee was appointed to revise
The Delmonico restaurant on Sec
ond avenue has chanced hands.
Louis Allars taking charge of tbe
business which was heretofore con
ducted by his son S. L. Allars.
The first of the attractions in the
M. C A. coarse will be Mrs. Char
lotte Allen -Scott, of Chicago, who
will appear in the monologue, "In
Switzerland," Thursday evening.
Surveyor of the Port J. R. John
ston moved his office to the new
postofBse building todav. The post-
office and Col. King's forces will be
moved as soon as the furniture ar
Beldin Hill, who held down the
third sack tor Rock Island-Moline's
pennant-winning Western association
team in 1894, has been engaged to
manage the Cedar Rapids club this
The river is frozen over at St. Paul
and is full of floating ice nearly all
the way from there to Rock Island.
The river bulletin is discontinued
until the opening of navigation next
Don't forget to get your seats for
the Y. M. C. A. entertainment course
reserved tomorrow. The seat sale
ill open at 8 o'clock at the associa
tion building, where tickets can also
The Schnell Social and Literary
club's annual ball occurs tomorrow
evening. Tbe club will receive in
its new quarters in tbe Industrial
Home building, , while the dancing
ill take place on tbe third floor.
As an inducement to the public.
the Eastern Fair will give one-half
dozen first class photographs of any
memo er oi yonr family free with
every f 5 purchase for the month of
December only. 2107 and 2109
Miss Jennie Kvbns, of Reynolds.
is having ter mental condition in
quired into in the county court this
ntternoon. She is 37 years old and
was sent to Jacksonville in May,
1891, but was subsequently dis
charged a cured.
Mrr. Ho ney, wife of Lieut. O. C
uorney, oi kock island arsenal, was
thrown from her bugey at the corner
of l hird avenue and Twentieth street
Saturday afternoon, but escaped
with a severe shaking np. The bug
gy was Daaiy aamagea.
ine American Arithmometer, an
automatic adding machine, the in
vention of a St. Louisan, ia being
tested at the bank of Mitchell &
Lynda and the Rock Island Savings
bank. It is one of the most iosenins
contrivances ox the age.
People from the Illinois aide of the
river who attended the -Merry
World" performance at the Burtis
last night, shonid feel grateful to
manager Kindt lor his efforts in in
ducing the Ferry company, which
had announced its intention of tie.
ing np at 10 o'clock, to ran a boat
after the show.
Widdel Bros, have abandoned their
meat markets, on Twelfth and Fifth
streets and beginning with tomor
row will run but one market, which
win do located on seventh avenue
and Seventh street, where they have
bought a suitable building, and
where they will be pleasel to see all
of their old patrons.
The ladies ot the First M. E.
church will have a sale of needle
work at the residence of Mrs. E. D.
Sweeney Tuesday afternoon and
evening, Dec. 1. Gentlemen are
peciaiiy invited in the evening.
neiresnmems wiu oe served, and
cordial invitation is extended to all
to call and buy their Christmas pres
Bua Coal etevea.
I have a few second hand hard
coal stoves that I have taken in ex
change on furnaces I will sell cheap
ith a better understanding of the
transient nature of the many phys
ical ills, which vanish before proper ef
forts gentle efforts pleasantefforts
ritrbtlv directed. There is comfort in
the knowledge, tbat so many forms of
sickness are not due to any actual dis
ease, but simply to a constipated condi
tion of tbe system, which the pleasant
family laxative, Syrup of Figs, prompt
ly removes. That ia why it is the only
remedy with -ir-of families, and ia
everywhere esteene, so highly by all
who value good health. Its beneficial
effects axe due to the fact, that it is the
one renwedy which promotes internal
cleanliness without debilitating; the
organs on which it acta. It is therefore
all important, in order to get its bene
ficial effects, to note when yon par
chase, that yon have the genuine arti
cle, which is manufactured by the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by
au repuiauie arnggisis.
If in the enjovment 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 moat 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.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
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iwnnunit, mum or any outer aauitssiv
yqTIAU TM STAND AUX
Coldest Day la Twenty r.
.Salt Lake. Utah, Nov. 30.- '-atnrdar
was the coldest November day In Salt
Lake In the twenty years' existence of
the Utah weather bureau. At 5 o'clock
In the rnornlne; the thermometer regis
tered five-tenths of a degree below
aMM aa aaufaaarac
Pittsburg. Nov. JO. A. J. Lawrence
6 Co.; well-known stock brokers ot
this city, made an assignment Satur
day for the benefit of their creditors.
Te Vara a CaM at I' Be Day.
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the money
U it fails to corn. zo cents.
Tn Avars delivered ever even
lag at yoax door at 10o a weak.
Ducks and Geese.
Celery, Oyster riant.
Dates and Figs.
CHOKE ZATUtB AFFLsS. . .
Small lot of those popular
telt slippers lor ladies T g
To close Oit
One ease of ladies leather
Slippers (felt lined)
Best $1.25 a arm lined
Shoe for Ladies CTf Off
In the city iltavO
Men's and ladies' shoes
All solid great values.
MONARCH OF THE
XXsvrd Coavl Baa
Smooth Castings, Perfect Mount
ings, Elegant Trimmings, with
mora good points than any
CALL AND SEE THEM.
1615-1817 - SECOND AVENUE.
1717 Second Avenue.
McSntyre-IReck Dfy Goods co.
THE BARGAIN CENTER
1709 mud 1711 Secood Avenue, Rode Island, tU.
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w injure notes at some prtee, any price alawwt, between now and Dcxeaber 11. A splendid chance to
avi ap nr coax wauiei, corapiy aw wtaa.
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m aoacU - snrbt to at ST. bow tS
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f'i )c""- i'1 u wle 1. at S4 S.
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SOU ptln ioe eray alaaaeia, won Se, e'eartec at ;.
.alnaeavy woal elaa. eta. rth ln.,in satfirs
CTearha thai tat all arkea 1 We. ee-Si se i m-t
SO prr ets'-SKira.
at any am til lots at k ircsla sneea la the elrlac '
! - mmA bwllaa aaav rthh.a a-U ml. u n -
a b cleeaS eat at SBc ' L-
Bojs' heavy eotioa hose, tal t wear rasieterr, s'.wara Sat, to ki ilea -ad
oat ai lie.
! 1 a heTf rihrel acd Brroit bees, warfe tSe. an alses Wi.
la e heary faet bl.-k aaUoa aoM la erersl tlee. lie value. K at ti,
M. a', Sc n.ol hU Mm mom two for tv "
Mea'e tear, entth eacka. a-H tarre fart2e,ae4e
lioadreaeef otaer lieau wktck lack of raaee Seeps a frai BMafoalnf
1 ' - mmm
When they wed.
And buy Krell A Math's fine bread;.
Will always 'find friends and gnests
For their home-made bread's delicious,
Pure, perfect and nutrlcious.
And who eats it once will always come
So If you are ambitious,
And it is your earnest wishes,
On tbe ladder of the social scale to soar,
Don't forget their bread so niee
The fastidious will entiee.
And it's always fresh and tempting at
KRELL MATH have good
things to eat. and they
are always in demand by
every household. Our con
fectionery stock comprises
everything in that line, and
the goods are Fresh and pure.
HXCY BARBS AXD CATERERS
Phono US. 171-m8 Second At.
Taaa t S.eifs to beaeaeaS teaaia tW torn elearlat eala arlers.
1 as yara. sa-tsek. Sa- aaalra-kal wasila. 7c eaitty. aer yara, Ike.
0 ra-o t-4 aakaave4 an'wi. sale eke aleto. tine.
SSS jaaaaSS-toehaalearaalaiaalla. ear yard SHit.
e-w . r ja .te. m-mww e- S at. tc eaallty, Ttc
I JiVya aa (at Tm a aaS toa Senad at
af yfary ttatae.kea ails-a Saaaei. monk ISc,attH.
iw yaraaan a wi e a nvi, mmnm aw, at ns.
yarSs Saw aroea ealteaea at SKe.
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W'fl ltMa kftl Caftl SWaaW
SM yeraa wet aaS at ukaaH l eat let plains, ea eia. Ua
vry pretty IS tack Jaiqaard tfaraS areas gaaas, ataauy Ske, claatog
ate m lot af at-farb fs-scy rajnaaa, wortb SSc sad ie, bar w s a
tb claarirc aal a XV--Rair
nal eeteai la klaek aa aary, g-oed aaoafb at SSc, have to f at
1 lau tae Mack sad aary eerfea. Sac ralaa. aea taa.
An eVare abaareabw toOaia far walala. Sol. em. TSt.
sT-atca aa eua .aim at aatia P atkaaia, aartk l ja. at SBc
tost bee-ry (ray ablrU aad draers.anrtk IV, at tbe. .
Lsetaa' rle'wd aad Irered fatu vortk SSc, at las. '
tadlea ac Saaead vaets aad par la. an t&c.
Ladtaa' See aa- era! mm Me aa 4 pea's aellkay aW at Me.
CtUtt arey gray skirbiaal draaais rroa Sc aa.
Rock Bottom '
Prices on Rockers
Twice as many as any
other store tn tbe dry
to select front, and
we guarantee the
FROM 118.09 UP TO
FROM li.fiO UP TO
Bed Room Salies
FROM llt.00 UP TO
1100.00, aad o oa.
Over WO Dlffaraat Tat-
tarns from 15 par yard
ap to $S.0 par yard.
Clemann tS Salzmann.t
THE LEADERS Iff 1717 TTTS ITim h
Our ads are t ecosntzed as solid Barpraio Truths tbat bring you genuine price Beoefits. We nerer have and
never will believe the public want to be humbugged nhner do M. & K. offend your intelligence by adver
tbing fabulous, untruthful "worths" (as worth $15 for $5) which abound In other ads nowadays. For 13 years
we have made it more profitable for ycu to trade here than at any other store. Our business could never have
been built up had we resorted to such shallow, misleading statements as generally predominates. We make
it a point to give a little better article at a little less price than you really expect to get, and beg to call atten
tions to our
$5, 17.35 and 10 Men's Overcoat.
14.90. $6.35. IS.fiO aad $10 Men's Suits. '
1 95. 12.95, tS 50 aad ft 85 Boys Ulsters.
11.95. 12.95. 13.75 aad $4.50 Boys' Reefers.
$4 40, $4.90, $8 85 aad $10 Boys' Lot Pant Snits.
ISc, 25c. 38c aad 49o Kaaa Pants.
5c, 15c, 250. SSc aad 49c Shirt Walits.
lOe, 15o, 25c. 35c and 60c Mtfflers.
25c. 39c, 48c aad 75c Underwear.
7c, 18c, 25 aad 48e Gloves and Mittens.
25e. 37 aad 48e Working Shirts.
5e, 7c, 10a aad 15c Hosiery.
75c, 98e aad $1.25 Mea's ieaa rWaU.
1.50. $1.95 and $2.35 Mei't all wool Pavta.
25o aad 45c Overall a.
Comparison Tells the Taley
While the prices we quote give a bare idea, we prefer having you compare the goods with other dea!en look
all over town, match them if you can comparison will readily convince thit there is 00 place like
Meb's Shoes at $150, others charge $2 co. Men's Shoes at $2. others charge $j for. Sole agent for Dosan
& Hudson s iron clad shoes and Strong & Garfield's fine men's shoes.