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Turkcj6 and chickens atBrowner's.
Nice Florida oranges at C. C. Trues-
Choice dress. d chickens at C.C. Trues
dole's. Spinach, lettuce and ce'.ery at P. G.
Buy your jeans pants at Simon &
Choice turkeys, ducks and chickens at
F. G. Young's.
Buy your groceries for jour Sunday
dinner at May'.
Fine lettuce, spinach and parsley at
C. C. Troesdale'e.
Tbe finest doeskin jeans pants $1.75, j
at Simon & Mosenfeldei's.
Plain and fancy beeswax candle i for
Candlemas at C. C Taylor's. ,
Jeans pants warranted not to rip 75c
only at Simon & Mosenf elder's.
Investigate and compare prices Simon
& Mosenfelder quote on jeans pantt .
Nice bananas, Florida oranges, apples,
lettuce, celery and oysters at May's,
Good fitting strongly made jeans pants
only 50c at Simon & Mosenfelder's,
Malaga and Catawba grapes, 4.0.1 Gold
en Ga'e and San Jose grapes, pears and
peaches at Browner'.
"An Army Portia," one of Cupt. King's
best stories, will soon be comment ed in
tbe Daily Argus. Watch for it.
Himon & Mosenfelder will sell you the
bull breeches, best and strongest jeans
pants made, wool filling, $1 only.
Sixty cents for ten yarJs Peperell R.
Brown muslin and a spool of thread to
morrow until noon at McCabe Bros.
The Mattie Tickers company is at the
Harper. The company appears at Mo
line tonight and in Rock 11 and to mor
A e pool of Coate' thread with ten yarcs
ol Peperell R. Brown muslin tomorrow
morning from 9 o'clock until 12 noon,
goes for 60 cents at McCabe Bros.
News has been received of tbe death at
Monterey, N. M., of David, infant son of
Mason Turner and wife, and gradson of
David Doca'dson of this cily.
The grand finale The grand closing of
the muslin sale at McCabe Bros', toioors
row from 9 a. m. until 12 o'clock noon,
12 yards peperell R. crown muslin -with
a spool of Coats' thread for 60 cents.
This evening in tbe assembly room at
the Rock Island High school occurs a
literary contest between tbe societies
Minerva and Belles Letlres, at whioh a
very interestinc programme will be pre
sented. The meetings at the United Presby
terian cburcb still continue. Service -.his
evening at ?: 30 at the close of which an
opportunity will be given to any who
may wish to join the church.
Commencing tomorrow afternoon at 2
p. m. and in the evening commencing at
6 o'clock, I will sell at public auction
anything and everything in my store.
Jones, the second band dealer, No. 1614
At Turner hall Sunday evening will
be presented "Der Bibllo'.hekar" "Tbe
Private Secretary" by the German
English society. The cast will include
Messrs. Lothar Harms, Herman Detjens,
Robert Koehler. Paul Kersch, Max Hel-
peastell, Alfred Beck. 0:to Herkert, Fri tz
Staassen and Ceres Heffer, and the MiiBes
TiHy Herkert, Valesca Koehler and Dora
Mr. T. F. Wheelan, secretary of -.he
Rock Island Industrial Home association,
has already received one substantial con
tribution in response to his circular to
our business men. It consists of (10
from W. B. Ferguson. The donation
will no doubt serve as a means of double
encouragement to the association and to
those who are thinking of giving.
Many in Rock Island read w'uh reg:tt
tbe news of tbe death of Tom Crook at
Mercy hospital, Davenport, yesterday
morning, blessed as must have been the
end to one of his misfortune and miaerj .
A little oyer a year ago, while messei
ger between this city and Chicago, he be.
came totally blind, and had to give up .
The affliction afterward drove him crajiy
and death was the result. All who knew
him here had a kindly friendship for him
The gospel meetings at the First Bap
tist church have been largely attendel.
Dr. Eennard preaches this evening at7:;t0
for the last time. During the time te
has been here Dr. Kennard has preached
vpry enrnpRt And able sermons. His
methods In conducting a revival are en
tire y free of all sensationalism and of a.l
objectionable features. He presents the
simple truths of the gospel in a straight,
ThE Argub of yesterday, in speaking
of the firms which had adhered to the
early closing movement, neglectei
to give proper credit to Jonas Bear & Co,
for the part taken by them. Bear & Co,
have made no departure from the early
closing rule and do not propose to. They
will continue indefinitely, to close each
evening at 6:30, no matter what other
firms do, as they believe the reform
worthy of every recognition and encour
agement that can be given it.
The trial of the garnishee case of Min-.
nie Zeis vs. James Kelly is before llsgis
trate Wivill today on its second hearing,
the case haviug been originally tried Jan
H when the jury disagreed. The iuiti:i
brought to recover a difference of f 6 .60
on a millinery bill alleged to be due by
Mrs. Kdly, but nhich (he says was paid.
J . L. Haas appears for the plaintiff and
John Looney for the defense. The jury
is composed of Frank Wivill, Jm?s L
Velle, William Humphrey, W. T.
McKinney, Ferdinand Davis. Nels Wel
ledsen andChas. Johnson.
Joblin, Jan. 28. Mr. Adams whoEued
tbe railway company for the killing of
one horse and crippling of another,
agr: ed to take $60. Searle & Searle were
0!d Mr. Reed, after a lingering illnfss
of a few weeks, died on Fri :ay last at the
residence of Alonzo Dunbar. He was
interred at tbe Bethesdale cemetery and
bis funeral sermon was preached by Rev.
M. Reed, of the Methodist church . Mr.
Reed claimed to be 89 years of age, but
his relatives claim he wu nnt mnrh m
It has now been definitely settled hv
the directors of tbe Coe and Zurna Mu
tual Fire Insurance company, tbat Hamp
ton township lie admitted into the com
pany, and after receiving a permit from
he state auditor, F. E Crompton will
ait upon tbe farmers for the purpose of
ling our their applications for insur
Ed. Pierr and wife visited whh f! M
ubbard and wife on Mondav lst. On
Tuesdav thev visited with G. W. Onmn.
ton and wife and J. G. Osborne, wife and
amily. They expect to return t their
owe near Sac City. Iowa, towards the
last of the week.
All the farmers in this communiiv seem
to think that Joslin is a very suitable
center for a creamery, and there is con
siderable talk of ascertaining whether tbe
farmers are willing to subscribe stock for
On Sundav last there wan a. familv re
union at tbe residence of F. E. CromDton.
consisting of Ed. Pierce and wife, of
Sac City. lows, C. M. Hubbart and wife.
G. W. Crompton and wife and John
Crampton, who has recently returned
rom the west.
Burt Brown, son of Greeorv Brown. had
the misfortune while walking upon a side
hill to fall with such force as t ) put bis
wrist out of joint. They managed to put
it back in its place, but it is terriblv
On Fridav eveninr last there waa an
entertainment at the residence of F. E.
Crompton in honor of the visit of Ed.
Pierce and wife. Messrs. Sienhensnn
and Young were the musicians.
lne debate between A. J. Osborn and
Dr. Morgan was decided in tbe affirma
tive, viz: "That Woman Has an Inherent
Right to Vote."
J. H. CromDton returned from the
west after visitine in Audubon coun'v in
Iowa, on Saturday last.
The letter "s at the end of Dolitics
does not prevent its being a very singu
Tbe nearer we approach the day that
we were to have cbeaoer sugar the dearer
it is tecoming
Of late Mr. Donnahey, of the firm of
Brewster & Done ahey, has been troubled
wi h toothache. On Saurday last he
summoned sufficient courage to go to
En; and haye nine teeth extracted at one
sitting. Multcm in Pabvo
Coal Valley. Jan. 28. John Tupkey
visited his daughter, Mrs. D. B. Gregg in
South Rock Island this week.
Tbe following officers have been elected
and installed in tbe A. O. TJ. W. Eater
prise lodge. No. 47: K. J. Stenslrom.
P. M. W; Thomas Hyland. M. W.; Rob
ert Hf si G. F. ; Hugh Martin. Overseer;
William Martin. Recorder; J J. Piyce.
Guide; Fred Freeberg.Financier; John L.
Hiss, Receiver; Thomas J. Murphy, I.
W.; Giif.tve Krapp, O. W.
Tbe festival on Saturday evening of
the Methodist's, in Masonic hall, was well
attended; the attractions were interesting
but the receipts were not as Urge as
they were at their last one, but tbey did
reasonably well and after paying all ex
penres, bad over $52 left.
H. J. Stenstrom was surprised in the
still small hours on Saturday evening. A
party of seventeen persons from Daven
port, Rock Island, Aloline and Coal Val
ley, aroused him from his slumber and
after congratulations presented him with
a very fine overcoat
Tbe Methodist cburch is holding pro
tracted meetincB this week. They com
menced on Sabbath evening and are to
continue till the last of the week.
There will be preaching at the Presby
tenan church on Friday at 2 30 p. m
also on Saturday at tbe same hour, and
on Sabbath at 3 o'clock, when tbe Lord's
supper will be administered.
One evening last week T. Hylande,
village constable, was surprised by the
gut of a fine Reed organ from bis mother.
A number of persons were present at tbe
Thomas Conley has returned from t
two weeks' visit to bis brother Samuel
near 8pring Valley, Bureau county.
Gu8tav Krapp, Sr., has been suffering
for some days. He was reported better
Tbe parties are getting ready to attend
the marriage of J. Boyd McMichael to
Miss G. P. Dow, of Hampton township
The rain today will help the wells, as
there has been a shortage of water for
stock for sometime
Will iam Wood and wife, of Rock Isl
and, attended the festival on Saturday
Hugh Blockstock, of Oaco, was here
last week to see bis mother.
Mrs. James Friits. of Bureau county,
returned home on the 27th.
Mrs. Alma Linvall. of Moline. is visit
ing her folks.
Advertise MAmt Mm. S.
List of letters oacalled for at the roetofllce al
Rock IelADd, Kocfc Island county, Illinois,
Jan. 30, ltwi
Morry Myers ft Co
Phillips Mrs Mary
Tierner W J
Bailey Hies Mrah
Ct itcblow Kev Q W
Clongb S K
De Foeh Mrs Mary
Thomas Mrs Myron
gmtlh Miss Mry
HOWAKD WSLL9. P. U
That true friend to all suffering with
colds and coughs, Dr. Boll's Cough Syrup
will always help and never disappoint
you, as do other cough remedies.
For ibe Kprla- f lftti-Btaj Htr
Large assortments and low nricea win
be the attraction 8atnrday. Jan. 31.
Every lady may consider herself cordially
invuea 10 examine onr new sjring ems
broideries, linens and GingbamB.
The bouse-keerjera' Dride is her linens.
She never has too many and can always
maae room lor more. We shall endeavor
to stimulate this pride br offering some
exceptionally rare things in this depart
ment, having just opened a beautiful
assortment of towels and napkins which
will be offered at temptingly low
prices. Every piece of table linen
and ta" le clothing will be offered
at far below regular prices and
many at less than importers prices.
This p-bmises to be a great embroidery
season and tbe designers have brought
out an unusually fine assortment
In placing our importations.ordcr early
we have succeeded in securing for our pa
trons many of the very choicest things in
Nainsook, Swiss and muslin edging., ins
sertions, fiouncings and lots in all widths
Gingham will undoubtedly be the lead
ing wash fabric this season. We have als
ready received some very beautiful thing)
in this department; Scotch and French
goods will be greatly sought after, as th: y
nave been brought out in designs and
fabrics of the highest order.
Harked, Pcrsel & Von Maur.
Dancing school at Armory hall Satur
Nice fresh buttercups and bome-made
caramels at Krell & Math's.
Tenderloin, spare ribs, pig's feet, leaf
leard, etc., at Gilmore's pork house.
Chocolate, mint, winterreen, lemon
and maple cream patterns just received at
Krell & Math's.
E. B. McKown sella hard wood in
lengths, cut or split; soft coal, lump and
nut, corner Fifteenth street and First
avenue. Telephone 1198.
Order ice cream in brick forms and get
tbe best. One or more kinds in each
brick; turns out nice; and easy to serve.
Krell & Math can supply you any time.
Progressive euchre ice cream. Etch
person gets a plate of ice cream with tbe
exact cut of a card on top. When giving a
card party nave these and order them
from Krell & Math's.
A man who has been somewhat of a
rover says tbe best plncc in tbe three cit
ies to get a good meal is at the Crown
restaurant, Nf. 17ttS Second avenue, A.
B. Johnson, Prop.
KO WRECK ASHORE
Was evir more hopelessly stranded ti.an a
wrecked constitution, whether it disaster be the
product of some formidable malsdj, or that slow,
remsture decay that seems to fasten spon some
Constitutions without apparently adequate cause.
An excellent means of checking this gradaal
drain of tbe sources of vitality is tne bem-firem
tonic, Hix!t tier's Stomsch Bitters, which pro
notes digestion, enriches the Mrod and fives
substance as well as stigma to an enf eebleo frame.
Constipation, feebleness of the kidney and blad
der, fever and agne and rheumatism, are among
the bodily ailments which it remedies promptly
and thoroughly. Persistence in its use is well
merited b) it.
Highest of all in Leavening Tower.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Syrupy
Acts quickly, ia perfectly safe 'and never falls to cure all Lung trouble.
TRY IT. ' 10c, 23c aid 50c BotUea.
Medicine known for all Kidney, Lang and S torn icq trouble.
Thomas' Kidney and Liver Pills.
5c a Bottle Samples free.
J. T. DIXOJNT,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Secocd Avenre.
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
No. 2008 Fifth Avenue, BOCK ISLAND.
ew store, new stock, the Wst.soods at tt
AT THI3 LIST AND
FRANK G. YOUNG.
Ru tab ago 8,
Mince meat, home made,
Huyler'a butter cups,
P. Emilien olives,
Can pine apples,
Lucca olive oil,
Armour's Beet Extract.
Durkee Salad Dressing,
Lee and Perrin Sauce,
Huntley and Palmer Waf-rs,
Kennedy Zephyretts and
And lots of other fancy goods
too numerous to mention
1103, Third arenu-;.
Telephone No. 11CS
ccrimercing Mnlay. Feb. 2, at OoV.oik
a. m , a large etocx of mat:res-,fprinsa.
chairs, tabid, part of bedroom rui'.rs.
refrigerators, bet ting s?ot. rx ter ..,
slightly damasred bv water. SV at 112
East Front street, Dsvecport. It .
The Adam Home FrKNiHio Uou-E.
J. P. Van Tttlk.. AuclioLet r.
Tbe man who can't aicz and Las a
baby is is usually made to sing.
U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1SS9.
3 f? XI 9
Drugrfst, Bock Isl&r.d
lowest prices. A stare of patronage solicited.
Propose to slaughter prices In their
Cloak Dep t.
We don't intend to invoice one cloak
if prices will make things go.
Plush sacques and jackets go at
20 Per Cent. Discount.
1-5 will fce deducted from price of each
Three Times as
As snotbrr iici:rert:.iaitet ia it cjty.
CLEMANN & SALZMfJ,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
-ird Nor 121. 123 al 12e
TO REDUCE STOCK
A Chance You Can t Afford to Miss.
Wc tin i j ; : c c c" 1 1 1 c Mt 3
Including all of our magnificent assoitment of cboice
Hats and Bonn-ta
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
MRS. P. GREENAWALT
1704 SECOND AVENUE,
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER,
ReaioTed to 219 8eT.mt?eiitli Street
' MARKET SQUARE.
Great Clearance Sale
SCHNEIDER'S SHOE STORE,
IN ORDER TO REDUCE XT STOCK OF
Felt Boots and Shoes,
I 2 cSrr larm for Lbs axt SO drs at irica Oxl w.U fcs(obik ytrjj. Coce early
aod tecarc a Wrfala. TV 7 nit, sell Trgiri'.ft ot 09ft.
iit rftfa Avenue,
33 1-3 Per Cent Discount
1-3 deducted frota price.
CHILDREN'S CLOAKS go at
33 1-3 PerCent. Discount
1 -3 deducted from price.
This is a deep cut. Take advantage
Large a Stock of
1618 Second JLresu,
Harper Boom Block.