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THE ARGUS. MONDAY. APRIL 5. 1897.
We May Hvs
Generally c'oudy this ateraoon
and tonight; nmWt tonight; gener
ally fair Tuesday; westerly wind.
I The temperature has fallen some
I what in most sections.
LToday'f temperature 46. I
F. J. Walx, Observer.
Beelect Major Medill.
Buy a bom Beidj Bros.
Broad way concert April 8.
Mark the proposition first.
Money to loan Beidy Bros.
Daat pan. 2 centa, at Eckharl's.
Feather d asters, 0 cents, at Kck
hart's. Vote the democratic townrhip
For dress goods go to Young oc Mc-Combe'.
Mark the propositions on your bal
Maple sugar 10 cents per piand at
Vote for the proposition to refund
Elect Medill and revive public im
Vote against tampering with the
Te old songs" concert at Broad
way church next Thursday.
K'd glove from 69 cent np at
Young & McCombs' ibis jeetjg.-
Extraordinary silk selling this
week at McCabe Bros'. See ad.
Confirmation snita the kind that
please at Summers 4 La Velle's.
Millinery opening Wednesday and
Thursday this week at McCabe's.
Mincemeat 6 cnts a. pound at
Qulnlan's chain grocery tonight.
Call at Mrs. D. La Frees1 Enter
opening, commencing Wednesday.
Elect 11. Loh.e councilman form
tho Second ward. He is not a boy.
New silks worth up to 12 per yard
88 cents this week at McCabe Bros.
Mia Mary Heelon returned to Chi
cago today after a vi.it to faer fulks.
Vote fr Stafford for police migU
strate. He will make an l'eal offi
cial. Clothes dyed, clesned and repaired
In Drst class style at 1412 Fonrtb ave
nue. Mr. and Mr. Timothy Kennedy
have welcomed a boy into their
Yon can get mince meet for 5 cents
a pound at Quintan's cash atore to
night. Judge both Medill and Carse by
their past records, and vote accord
ingly. Stand by Surmnn in the First
ward. He has made a creditable al
derman. Vote for Marshall for city attor.
ney. Ho has reached the years of
John Corien, father of ex-Aid.
Dan Corken, is critically ill and the
worst is fcarod.
A dog fight in the suburbs was one
of the diversions of local sports last
Fresh fihh Wednesdays and Fri
days at the Green Bush market.
Don't forget the place for milli
nery. Miss C. Haas, 223 West Second
The balanoe of the Mclntyre-Reck
atock has all been moved over to Mc
Cabe Bros', atore.
A full line of baby carriages just
opened at Young & McCombs', and
they are beauties.
Order taken and goods delivered at
the Green Bush market. Telephone
1327. Good & Gilson.
The W. C. T. U. will hold a busi
ness meeting tomorrow afternoon in
the Y. M. C. A. chapel.
Netice the change of ad of G. F.
Schmale, the live Fourth avenue aho9
merchant, on this page. ' '
Notice our 12.8$ line ot ladies'
chocolate lace is equal to any $ shoe
In the city. The Boston.
Dr. C C. Carter left yesterday
morning for Hot Springs to recuper
ate from his recent illness.
Trade at the Green Bush meat
market. Seventh avenue and Twenty,
seventh street. Telephone 1327.
Our line of 25 and 35 cent neck
wear 13 cent, or two for 25 cents,
from 7 to 8 this evening. M. & K.
See items from Mclntyre-Reck
stock at McCaba tiros', (inly a frac
tion ot former Mclntyre-Beck pricos
Two for 25 cents. These are the
tlrs we are MlUog at 25 and 35 cents
each. But two to a customer. None
KlgtMst Honors World's) Flr,
before 7 mad nona after 8 o'clock this
evening at the M. & K.
Aid. W. C. Mancker will be re
turned to the council from the Third
ward. He has made a model alder
man. The Boston still offers yon cracka
jack bargains. See that $2 38 choco
late lace for ladies equal to other
The eftiaens of the Seventh ward
will find the right kind of an alder-
man in W. E. Beals. Elect him tomorrow.
Aid. T. A. Pender should be re
elected in the Fifth ward tomorrow.
He has proven a faithful and reliable
Those are not old-style.' but new
Man v a man will
protect his money
at tne risa or nu
decline to nrotect
' their lives because
it would require
tne saennee ot
few dollars of their
credible bat it is
true. - Men feel
and realize that the most relentless enemy
of mankind, consumption, is slowly but
swiftly creeping npoa them. But in the mad
race tor money they refuse to stop and anve
off the dread disease. It would require a
sacrifice of Doth time and money ana
(bev neelect it. nntil it is too late.
l here is no excuse lor this. A sure ana
nick remedy is at hand. Sr. Pierce's
ilden Medical Discovei v cures oa per cent.
of all cases of consumption. It remedies
all disorders of the direction. It invigor
ates the liver. It makes new rich blood
and builds np firm healthT flesh. It enters
The Ellin is On
At DAVID DON S
up-to-date hand-turned 84 Rochester "d"!i?s n? "..tnT, - J-,"!".
- to an c ..i. Ue blood and drives out a'l impurities, and
shoes for 12.50. See ad on fifth page
Bishop W. S. Perry, of the Episco
pal diocese of Iowa, and family have
arrived at their heme in Davenport
irom tne ease
Mrs. P. J. Motrin and children.
Bessie and Bobbie, returned home to
Aurora today after a visit to Rock
Brings joy into the household and
to ekes the little hearts happy. A
wagon with a suit f 1 and up. aom-
mers La Velle.
Dan. S. McLeod, the wrestler,
blew into town today on a wheel
from Morrison, and is still looking
lor farmer Barns
Read your ticket carefully and do
not forget the propositions vote for
the bond proposition and against the
school law change. - r
Miss Mary Maloney, so long at the
Mclntyre-Reck dry goods store, has
accepted a position as general sales
woman for McCabe.
uon't forget that the new spring
capes ana jackets xoung tfc ucuombs
are showing are the latest styles at
very reasonable prices.
C. O. Boggs returned Saturday
evening from Terra Haute, where he
went to attend the funeral of his sis
ter, Mrs. Mattie Park.
Charles Bleuer should be the next
alderman from the Fourth ward. He
Is always consistent, and has lived
in the ward all his life.
Charley Bleuer does not know peo
ple oniy at election time. He is al
ways the same, and is in truth the
kind of a man to tie to.
Bernhard Andrews, who was taken
suddenly ill Thursday night, was
again able to resume his customary
occupation this morning.
Go to Yerbury's Rock Island Steam
Dye works when in need of cleaning
ana ajtng. ury cleaning a spe
ciauy, zivb inira avenue,
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Burton, 2810
Fifth-and-a-half avenue, welcomed a
new daughter to their home today,
ana ai is tne happiest man in town
Return Medill to the mayor's chair
ana revive puouo improvements,
thereby giving employment to labor
ana enhancing the value ol property.
In the Sixth ward, W. H. Bragdon
will be elected alderman tomorrow.
He will make just such an alderman
as he has a candidate wideawake
Joseph, 9-year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Andrew Lerch, 420 Twelfth
street, is nursing a broken left arm.
which he had the misfortune to ens'
tain by a fall.
H. C. Wivill has received word
that his brother-in-law, Capt. Crap-
scer, wen known in this city, is
lying at the point of death at hie
home in St. Louis.
Mrs. D. La Frenz invites the in
spection of the latest styles in spring
miiiinery i me caster opening, com
mencing Wednesday, April 7, at
1324 Third avenue.
Miss Seeney, one of' Chicago'i
most artistio trimmers, has arrived
at Bytnes & Co. 's, and will assist in
the creation of headgear effects that
will be dreams of millinery art.
Warren Leland, Jr , announces the
opening of the Ocean House, New.
pur, n. i., june is, ior tne summer
season of 1897. This hotel is one of
the most delightful and fashionable
In March the mean temperature
was oa; tne highest D3icg 61 on the
19th and the lowest 6 on the 14th.
There were 6 clear days, 4 partly
coudy and 21 cloudy. Thunder
s'orms occurred on the 7th, 8th and
I-hleb has just received a carload
of Big Joe ond Snow Flake flour.
These brands are strictly first class
and the highest grade. Give it a
trial ia all we ask. If there is a
doubt you will be convinced after
Miss C. Haas announces to the
public that Wednesday. April 7. she
will epen her store at 223 West Hec-
tnl street, Davenport, with a large
display of fancy millinery compris
ing us latest designs in bata ana
fancy bonnets. All are cordially Invited.
Unking high quality with lowness
acts directlv noon the lunes driving out all
disease perms, it ouiias souna viiai tissue
in the lunn. Thonsands have testified to
their cure by this wonderful remedy after
they were gives t? by the doctors and all
hope was goat. Druggists sell it.
f li.tr tiVra TW Mnn'i Golden Hedicsl
Discovery, ami can and do recommend it every
place I so." writes Mrs. J. D. Graves, of Sala-
I am a traveling saleslady and have been for
eighteen wars. When I find people who are
afflicted f tell them whnt Dr. Pierce's medicines
have done for me. Twelve years ro I was fovea
up to die. I had what all my physicians called
consumption. I had hemorrhage of the lungs,
night-sweats, and in lact I folly realised my con
dition. I bereed of them to let me try the
Golden Medical Diacoverv.' and the result is, 1
still live snd do lota of hard work."
mr-. . It is better to do
" rlPTCO mending while the
r ICI WW 3 oanuute" is gii-ht.
than wait until the whole structure is ready
to tall. Constipation is the one. all-embrac
ing disorder that is responsible for many
other ais- - a eases, uw
tor Pierce's PieaSalll . plesnt
Pellets cure " it. Drug-
gist sell them. They never gripe. One
little " Pellet " is a genue laxative, ana
two a mild cathartic. They are tiny,
Nothing else is "just as LfpllpfC
rood." A oermanent cure, a WIS W I9f
wnere to miy
And get good returns for
your money is a question
that perplexes many these
days. It's easy enongh if
yon just watch this space
and take advantage of our
This Week We Have:
Moline Crystal Refrigerator
Something new all the way
through. One halt saved,
and first cost no greater
than others. Bee the test
1616-CT17 - SECOND AVENUE
WE STILL HAVE OVER
n w rrt
Which we shall make an effort to cloee out before April 10th
at whatever price they will bring. You ean have line Kid
Shoes at $1 a pair, the wear guaranteed. Ton ean have them
at f 1.20. tl.30. $1.60, tl.60. $1.70 and np to $2 60 on tho bar
gain counters. Every pair of these ehoea are made in Book
Island, the wear is guaranteed by the Book Island Peaaleo
Shoo company, and yon buy them for about
A Dollar a Pair Less
than yon can get them from a retail dealer. Ton ean gat tho
This ont shows The Bock
Island Feaslee Shoe Com
Hew Gold Dollar Last.
Geranium Red Shoes
on the Gold Dollar last, as shown in cut, this week at $2, $2.60
and $2 80 a pair. About a dollar a pair less than any retail
dealer would charge yon for tho same grade ot shea.
The Rock Island Peaslee Shoe Co.
ARE expressed on the faoea
" bf both children and
adults when they are look
ing at KttELL & MATH'S
lovely window display of
The window is a study for
the children and they seem
to enjoy it. Bring the little
onea down and let them see
Is the place for Shoe
Bargains all this week.
L-dy's Snoe, which
others want $2 for.
Compare our Lady's
shoe which others
want $2. 50 for. Com
shoe which others
want $ for. Com
8 trM berries. Blood Oranges,
Catawba Grspat, Naval Oranges,
Choice Bating Apples.
Best Value in the
With movable head and ears
and all the Babbits. Chicks.
Swans, Geese, Storks and
fancy figures, all for Easter.
On Easter Eggs we have
them from 16 for 1 cent up
to 60 cents apiece, and we
have baskets filled with an
assortment of amall candy
eggs at 10c, 15c, 20c and 25o.
And for the large folks we
have a new line of fancy
novelties, some of them are
really beautiful. Call and
KRELL & MATH
Phone 1166. 1716-1718 Second Ave.
Don't forget our Home-Made
strictly hand turned,
new coin toe, which
others charge $3.50
for machine sewed.
We are the leaders in
good stylsh footwear,
as well as leaders la
A Large Assortment
Of Men's Tans, Ox
bloods and Vicl's for
$i, $3 SO and $4
Call and see them.
on to Your
Until you have seen our MONEY-SAVING,
STOCK. We ask every buyer to keep his
cash in his pocket until we show him OUR
NEW ATTRACTIONS la
High Grade Footwear
Of the latest styles. Sound in quality,
sold oa their merits, and every one of
them are bargains which we now offer.
Here are some of our trade-winners:
Men's Floe Dress Shoes, up-to-date all sold, at
$L5o, 2.oo9 and 2.5o
Every Pair Guaranteed.
Fourth Ave. Shoe store'
1501 Fourth Avenue.
We Can't Please Everyone
But wa do please 95 per cant of the people who
ns their laundry to do the needful with. Ton anight
be one who can't get pleated elsewhere. Let ni
Our Process is Not a Secret 0r.s.
We only use Soap, Water, Starch, Mnscle, Good
Machinery and Brains. Visit us wheat you wish.
If for any reason yon left aa, dont be aahamed to
com back again We are not proud.
lEv Rock Island Oteaa Lnucdr
NOW FOR THE
NEW SPRING STYLES 1
in price and lateness in style our I CrfiAkf onJ
spring stock stands unapproached in D'llUUi ittlO
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A purs Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
mm Anssmna, Alum or any other sduHerjht
tViyUMt TUB ITAJtTMVX;
this vicinity. With more regard for
pisasiDg patrons ana less for own
profit, our prices have become popu
lar. Sommers A La Velle.
A sample of republican campaign
consistency ia furnished In the
cnargea oy repuoiteans, wno in one
breath are asserting that Mr. Medill
haa no property interests in the city.
wniie in another tnev are attempting
to show how while mayor ha Bought
to have paving latd out so aa to avoid
T Cm a Cm aa (Mm im,
Take laxative Brome Quinine Tan-1
leta. All diufgista refund tho money I
u is w to OWSJk - JJt I
We have just closed one of the most successful special sales we have ever had, and are
cow prepared to call your attention to our new spring stock of men's and boys' Clothing. Ia
placing our order for this magnificent display our one thought was to find your want and then
meet It as no one else can meet it Thus you will find la oar new rpriog offerings. Quality and
Style are pre-eminent and low prices predominate throughout. It won't cost you a penny to
look through our stock Seeing Is free and see how much you can get for a little money. You
will not be ured to buy. Your jadgmeat will tell you what to do If you want the right kind,
that are made right fit right wear right and the right treatment, make our store your .tradiog
1717 Second Avenue.