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THE ARGUS, FIUDAYVMAY 5, 18JK5.
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Shmvt t'iler at Hess Bros.
Strawberries t Hess Bros".
JBcnmuta onions at Hess Bros'.
Strawberries at W. A. Ehleb's.
Granite ware sale at the Columbia.
Efuvn dollar suits for $.J'J. the
Jovvour granite ware now at the
"See the tine display of new shoes at
Granite ware sale begins today at
a lino f fresh vegetables at
TK A. Ehleb's.
All kinds of t're.-h vegetables at
4&rr.uer & t'o.'s
SSifaivherries. orantres. bananas and
aunties at Lima's.
Hoim' for rent. Inouire at Dollv
3Srw hoe .-tore.
A full assortment of treli vejre-
ttilJes at Lon;"s.
Choice iifh dauv and ereamerv
inutttr at Loiijj's.
Tneapples. o ran ires and bananas
a browner v Co. s
Call and see our line of Maekin-
Sa-hes, the lmdon.
csh dairv and ereamerv butter
at ltuncher's grocer v.
Jtihn hoonov. of Ottawa, was in
1hc city today on business.
Kifht dollars ami imietv-nwie
ecfc f or a 1 5 suit, the London.
Xvrr i:is sTamte ware sold so
capln fore as at the Columbia.
Lrttuev. radishes, onions, spillage
id pie plant at Buneher's grocery.
3iipe tomatoes, cucumbers, wax
IwLaiis and peas at Buneher's grocery.
Strawberries, pine apples, eran
Iwries and apples at Buneher's gre
Mrs. James MeXamara. of Fulton.
in the city visiting with relatives
Voilov the crowd ami trade at the
lmlon. ?15 fur .0:'. .50i suits to
Openiti!; lunch tomm row night at
Traiik Vgel's. Third avenue and
3-ourth treet .
Nothing but new g.-iod to seleet
rSrom. Miit f.r .!'.. the I.on
du.m. big store.
Frail health iiolicates weakness.
J0fnriH''s tonic will cure you. Mar
shall & Fiher'-.
Save l by going to lollv f.r a pair
3f atcnt leather orllusett calf .-htU's.
'act-U worth ." for J.
The big store, the London, are lo
LsiiZ the biiMiiess because we do as we
adVrttse. l-" suits for
IV omen h sutler and feel weak
aSjould take Monroe's tonic: it will
care you. Marshall & Fisher'.
H'r are the only Iioum' in the city
ymho svll as advertised. Come and get
at 15 suit for s.'.'lt the London.
Tor sale cheap To ho removed.
"2"he house -outh of my residence on
Twenty-third treet. A. M. B'akes
y. Yon c;t n avi' monewby bu vingyour
amiture a::d carpets at Cieniaiin V
Salzir.ainr. They guarantee prices
Kipi tomatoes. pinaeh. a-paragu.
atw iH-a-. bi-au-. turnips, eiieimi--rs.
li-et-. leltu.-e and radishes at
(nur.'c Mcltouald. of Omaha. i in
the tilv. having been summoned on
ibe sad mis-ion f attending his
You can ,ave money by buying
Twir furniture and carpets at Ck-ni-uin
& Salzmann's. They guarantee
-jnic the lowest.
Yon can save money by buying
rpur furniture and carpets at C'lem
aan A Salzmann's. They guarantee
prices the lowest.
L,o.t A pair of steel-bowed specta
cles near Eleventh street and First
atM-i.ue. Return tolonf; First avenue
aauS receive reward.
Ltct A pair of gold rimmed spec-tjixK-s
with eh.iin attached. Finder
Till l-e- liberally rewarded for their
rturn to this office.
Yon can save money by buying
-i-t furniture and carpets at Clem
aarn and Salzmann's. They guaran
ty prices the lowest.
?inaeh. lettuce, encumbers, rad-is-iii-s.
wax beans, string beans, peas,
XEiatoes. parsley, carrots and Ber
Zdi onions at Ehleb's.
Mr. and Mrs. Schuyler Marshall,
f Texas, en route to the World's
jFair. are visiting at the residence of
iiitir uncle. J. V. Bailey.
Wonder what inducement a bag of
-jranuts or a stick of candy would be
ftp Charlie Bladel at this' critical
jsaagr of the municipal deadlock?
You know us the largest store in
ZZock Island three times as many
joods to select from. $15 suits for
.9tJ- The London blue front.
IV. I. S. Lee, late of Chicago, has
LreaW-d here permanently and has his
txffice at 13'9 Second avenue. Dr.
Lee is a graduate of some of the best
schools of medicine, and is a pleasant
and affreeable gentleman.
The High school pupils" picnic that
was to have occurred at the Watch
Tower today was postponed on ac
count of the disagreeable weather.
Are the republican otlice holders
who seem determined to hold their
jobs so utterly unfit for anything
else that the city must always sup
Otto Speckman and Miss Lizzie
Arnold,-of Davenport, were united in
the holy bonds of matrimony by Jus
tice David Ilawcs, at his otlice yes
Prof. Otto has completed arrange
ments to give a scries of band con
certs at Ilincher's garden again this
season ami will be around' with hi
subscription papor in : few days.
Officer Etzel this morning arrested
a tramp at the City hotel, the cool
stranger having simply entered the
house and gone to hod. whore he hail
the best night's sloop he had enjoyed
for an age.
Miss Lizzie Williams died at the
home of Theodore' Holdorf. fl'fS
Twelfth street, at 1 o'clock yester
day afternoon, of consumption, aged
SS vears. The funeral occurs from
the" Holdorf residence at lOo'clock on
Mayor Mcdill was obliged to follow
an unfortunate and unreasonable pre
cedent in not taking his seat at the
semi-monthly meeting in April, when
the new council should have taken
hold. The .relies of the republican
administration have been tolerated
three weeks longer than they should.
A barber who had been working for
Aid. Chas. Evans disappeared yester
day afternoon, ami so did some of the
razors belonging to Mr. Evans. The
latter discovered his loss later, and
after going in search of his proporty
fotind one of his razors whore the
fellow had sold it. The artist has
not been seen since.
Constable Eckhart yesterday lev
ied on the stock held by Col. George
F. Robonson in the Rook Maud Lu
bricator works. The levy was made
by virtue of an attachment in favor
of H. W. Haislip. Sender & Sons and
J. I'. Rasmusseii. '1 he colonel, who
i out of town, left with the under
standing that he would return short
ly, but as yet lias failed to do so.
J. F. Everett, formerly superin
tendent of schools of Rock Island,
now of- Oskaloosa. Iowa, has been ap
pointed a member of the advisory
council of the World's Congress aux
iliary on farm culture and cereal in
dustry, and a member of the World's
Agricultural congress to convene in
Chicago Oct. . i'.;. honors which
his friends will be pleased to know ho
he has received.
Could there bo anything more dis
gusting than the way some (if the
McConochie hirelings are attempting
to force themselves on Mayor Mcdill
whose election they desperately oj
posod. Those republican office
holders should take their medieineliko
men and instead of seeking to make
trouble and influence republican al
dermen in their behalf, should tender
Mayor Mcdill their resignations and
thus save him the painful duty of
operating the guillotine, which ho
seems destined sooner or later to be
forced t do.
The Verne Swain came down, and
the Helen Mar. Daisy. Weyerhauser
and Verne Swain passed up.
The stage af water at Rock Island
bridge at noon to-day was ll.OOand
the temperature U.
Travel across Rock Island bridge
yesterday was as follows: Foot,
north file, south 53. total 1.103:
teams, north 55. south 51. total
Criticism of Cymbeline."
At one of the performances of 'Cym
beline" by Modjeska's company one of
the audience heard a man behind him
say to another, "What is this piece and
where did she get it?" "Oil," answered
his companion, "something she picked
np, I suppose." All this seems less rep
rehensible when Dr. Johnson's criticism
of "Cyrnlelme" is recalled. To him it
Bounded like the creation of a lunatic
without a single lucid interval. Chicago
Time is Money in It for ioa
There is sure protit in North Gal
veston: if you live, you make it: if
you die. your heirs make it without
cost to tfiem or to you. Rooster K:
Martin. 115 Second avenue, want
to talk with you regarding it.
Notiete to Water ionnmer.
The semi-annual water rents are
now due, -and payable at the office of
the city clerk, "if not paid by the
31st inst., the water will be turned
off, in accordance with the ordinance.
A. D. Hlesixg. Citv Clerk.
We Are Going
To have a cape sale tomorrow. Will
you be there? Capes worth $6.50 for
"jl.75. J- J- Dimiam,
Brady. St., Davenport.
Fw Four Honrs and for All Way Saturday.
FKOM 8 TO 12 O'CLOCK. '
'Calico" The best calico made
for 5c a yard.
Corsets" A summer corset, value
a half more, at 29e each.
Umbrellas" For rain or shine,
26 and 28 inch, value up to $1.39. for
Alarm Clocks" For four hours
at 63c each.
"A Noiseless Clock" For four
hours at 79e each.
Windsor Ties" Fine silk, light
shades, value 25o, for 12Jc each.
Scrim" A fairly good curtain
scrim at 2Je a yard.
Underwear" Ladies' Jersey vests
25c quality at 17c each.
KOi: ALL 1AV AM KVKNlNCi.
"Hosiery" - Boys' ribbed hose,
seamless fast black. .10c a pair.
Hosiery" Tor girls or boys,
worth tip to 33c and all sizes, at lDe
Hosiery" For ladies, the best 33e
hose for 23c a pair.
Gloves" Eight button length
hook Suede Mosq. gloves in 15 popu
ular shades, value $1.75. litted at
$1.25 a pair.
Forteries" Silk stripped, plain
chenille, and with dado, worth up to
$6, for the dav only at $8. i!) per pair.
Cloaks" "Any cloak for $12 that
formerly sold for $15, $17.50, $20 and
$25. Other ami eheapvr garments
will go in the same ratio.
Hemstitched Linen Sets" With
1 dozen napkins to match, reduced
from 7.S7 to $5.70. from $9.37 to
$7.98, from $10.75 to 7.50, (double
drawn border), from $8.58 to $5.95
colored border and tinted sets, with
1 dozen napkins to match, reduced
from to $3.33. from $7.50 to
$5.75. from $5.98 to $3.50 (cloths
1Iaknei, FritsEL & Von Mai k.
Our Special Cape Salt
Is Saturday. Don't miss it. Cut
prices $1.75. $2.75. $" anil $6.50.
J. J. DlMIAM,
Brady St.. Davenjxirt.
Tliey all Testify
1 fl 1 11 WW v
To the EFiccey
Th old tlmo s!mr;i
F"-nmis a:i.l IitMs 1:-
pone f r;h to i:-.o a:itipoJ s.
astonlskluc the skeptical or. .1
eonfoimJiug tho theories rt
those who depend o!ely on :!:c
physician's ekUL There Is co hhtoA
talnf which- It does not immediate!;
eradicate. Poisons outwardly absorbed or tho
result of vilo diseases from within alt yield to thi-.
patent but elniplo remedy. It 13 an unequ.-.lc I
tonic, builds upthe old and feeble, cures all disease:
itrislnR from Impure Wood or weakened vitality.
Send for a treatise. Examine the proof.
Books on Blood and Skin Diseases " mailed free,
Irvjrjista Sell It.
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO..
Drawer 3. Atlanta, Ga.
.A. rn g hi c ra t is.
urtis Opera House,
SUVDAY, MAY 7th-
The Kinirs of Fun.
FITZ and WKBSTKK.
And thtir Coini; AsoiiaUe iu
A Breezy Time.
A Cyclone of .Merriment !
Clouds of Pretty (lirls!
Prices 51 00, 75, 50 ami 25 cents. Seat sale at
This reprf sents the
Best Washing Machine
ON THE MARKTCT.
Jt has more nibbing suiface
than ary oth-r. works very eaey
and with it ih- washing of a
large family can be turned out
bright ann e'ean in two houa.
Call and examine the Queen of
washers. Sold only by
1S15 Second Ave.
Koester & Martin
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
& n 8 RTTTD I? S-"h hj -,
EMBBOIDKHIKS for this week.
Lot 1 Embroideries work 1 inch to 3 inches
pattern choice anil deelrahle.
Lot 2 Emliroiderie c work 1 iiu li to 3 incite!
Either tif the above loi are usually stM for o0i
to 40c more.
Lot 1 Illuminated wool fiittins for lh!s fait
Lot 2 Henrietta?, 4t5 inch, t.llk finish, co'or-,
a rare bargain.
Lot 3 Dresc r lannel;". douole fold.
For this ealii only : bit, one dresa pattern to a
in Strgee, wide Fliiitul, Twills. Mixtures.
mentioned h. ,uv i,.r ,i
'hnllics, j if. i : v ;
'hildron-, ;,:,. , .
And ln-t t. i ,.n. -.
CHKMLLi: ( Tim aix.
Hiio :iro iu.. - i
olifiiii;.- ; 1 1 i ... .
' L..! 1- l'rin-.- . .:
dado t - av
shaie. for ihi. . .;. .'
-- I'll! p.r;:.
Lot iFrin-e f.,, :t(,. . ... .,
dado t..p and ,-.::;. ., . ."
you ;nv oft -n :!-.;,,.( n.. ,
for tin-; a;.. o,:
Save liionov hv luu!;; .,;
irii.it- . ; ft ..'. . . . r . '
dry jroods in al! .;,r: mi.-i ''
The Columbia ;
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the nneet brands of domestic
and imported cigars. All brands of tobacco.
The score of all toe ball games wi'l be received
L. QLOCKHOFP, Prop.,
1S0S Second Avenue,
Tli is Space
F J. YOUNG, Proprietor.
1728 Second Av.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic and Dispensing Pharmacist
Is row located in his new building at the corner of FiP.k avtuue
and Twenty-third street.
J. M CHRISTY,
K1SQFICTDBEB OF CRACKERS 113 i'llH
Ask Tonr Grocer for Them.
The Christy "Otsteb" ar..i Ctr.s y "Vitzm-
ROC K I?LAND
Elegance of Style
AND PERFECTION OF FIT--
That's what you get when you buy your Spring outfit at the
ti y TJ s
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder, Xo Ammonia; No Alum.
-Died in Millions of Homes 40 -1 ears , the Standard."
No such lines of Novelties were ever shown in Rock Island,
our stock of Nobby styles in Boys and Children's Novelties
has no comparison in this vicinity.
Everything New. No Old Stock.
It is safe as well as profitable to trade at the reliable
. & K
Largest Clothing and Shoe stores in Rock Island County.
Clothing 8r.ore 1739 8econd Avenue, 116 to 122 Eighteenth Street The Old Stand.
Shoe Store 1804 Seeond Avenue, Second door from Stewart & M ontgomery's Hardware store.