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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1894. CITY CHAT. "(J.irrjr Owen." Tonnj Karrell tonight. Garry Owen" tonight. Insure with Hoesing & Hceft. Nobby fall suits at Goldsmith's. Damson plums at W. A. Ehlcb's. Get yonr overcoats at Goldsmith's. Garry Owen" tonight at Harper's theatre. Wool hosiery 15c tonight at Young & McConib'. Save Tonr dollars by trading at Goldsmith's. Capes and jackets tonight at Young & MoCombs'. The host nnderwear at the lowest prices at Goldsmith's. Sheriff C. 1). Gordon returned last evening from l'ontiac. Yon can save from 2 to f.5 on a fall suit or overcoat at Goldsmith's. llou. Be a liuttcrworth went to Centei villc, Iowa, this morniDg. Mrs. Louis Moscnfcldcr and daugh ters left this morning for Chicago. Money to loan on real estate secur ity. Apply at Jailon & Hurst's. Mrs. John Warcer and daughter have returned fiom a visit to St. ran!. Don't forget that the Alcazar res taurant on Kightecnth street is open nights. k Tonny Farrcll in his new Irish dram a. ""Garry Owen," tonight at Harper's theatre. The It. I. & V. is selling tickets at tl. 50 rate for the McKinley meeting at Peoria neat Wednesday. Chief of Tolice Thomas Farmer, of Cedar Rapids, is in the city after a witness in a divorre case. A grand ball will be given at Turner hall this evening by the Fifth Ward Social club. Kverybo.lv inviud. Knk ont for bargains at the F.ast. ern fair. All goods cut down to fig ares that will suit the purchaser and also his purse. The industrial school of Trinity chapt I w as opened by the rector, Kev. II. f". Sweet for the winter season this tflernoon. Trof. Clendenin will he at the Standary club rooms Monday at 8 p. m.. to meet all who wish tJ see him regarding lessons. Prof. Clendenin has instructed over one hundred dancing teachers this summer, and all speak la the highest terms of his methods. Billcy Davidson is in charge of the lunch counter at the Alcazar res taurant. 123 F.ighteenth street, where ho will be pleased to meet his friends. A. P. McGnirk and Hon. Wa'ter I. Hayes have been retained a counsel t-t test the validity of the Iowa mulct law in the di.-trict court of Scott connty 'hrongh an application for injunction proceedings. A vehicle in charge of a careless driver collided with a batiy carriage on Second avenue and Kighteentb street this afternoon, throwing the child ont on the pavement, but lnck i!y without any injury. Throngh her attorney. Maj. J. M IUardsley. Mrs. Emma Jove has filed in the circuit court an application for divorce from her husband. Henry Joye. on the ground of inhuman treatment in threatening her lite. William McEniry has an invitation from M. J. Dougherty, of the Knox county democratic committee, to ad dress the Black Hawk club of Gales- hnrjr. a new and aggressive demo cratic organization, there next l ues dy evening, and will probably ac cept. In a note from Joe Katz at Belding, Mich., to The Arc is be savs "Hurrah for Roek Island pennant winners; am glad the beys won it". While Joe was unavoidably prevented from par- it wibh he was with us in spirit and thought. 'A Tour in Alaska. Wonder-land of America." this evening, and "Pictur ac Home Missions" tomorrow evening, will be the subject of Kev D. E. Kink's lectures at the Broad way church. Admission free, and collection will he taken for the bene fit of homo missions. Kemomber the Eastern fair is still in it and selling lower than any house in the three cities. Why? Be cause we buy cheaper, our exenHes are none ana we handle strictly nrsi class goods. Our constant aim is to sell the lowest and we will do so dur ing the ensuing holidays. Arthur Einfeldt. a lad of 13, while sawing wood in a pasture back of the city this morning, cnt his left leg, which was resting on the log being sawed, in such a manner as to neces sitate three stitches, which were made by Dr. Plnmmer after the yonng man was taken to his home on Thirty-first street and Fourteenth avenue. Mike Taxman, who resides on Fourth avenue, together with a com rade, hitched up a yonng horse which had never been driven before, esterdar afternoon. When turning the corner at Third avenue and Fif teenth street, both bovs were thrown out of the vehicle, Taxman getting some severe bruises. ine horse ran against a pole near Turner hall and was knocked down; but quickly re gaining its feet, broke loose from the wagon and went some distance be fore being captured. Borllnatoa and Rotarn. SI. SO J. O. O. F. excursion. On Wednesday, Oct. 17, the C, R. & P. railway will run a special ex cursion train from the tri-cities to Burlington, Iowa, for the Odd Fel lows and their friends who desire to attend the semi-centennial celebra tion and grand lodge, grand encamp ment and state assembly. I. O. O. F. of Iowa. This train will leave Mo. line at 6 a. m... Rock Island. Twen- leth street depot, at 6 a. m.; Moline avenue depot, at 6:15 a. m ; Daven port at 6:30 a. m , and run through to Burlington without change on fast time, arriving there in ample time for the grand parade. Return ing, this train will leave Burlington after the banquet that evening, and make iat time through without stops. Tickets only 91.60 for round trip, and on sale at'thc tri-city ticket offices of the Rock Island route. STEVENSON'S VISIT. GlMI Awarded Higbrrt JJonoia World's Fair. DR. DAEWG CCKCO MOST PERFECT MADE A pure Grape Cream ot' Tartar Powder. Ftee from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant : 40 YSAtS THfc STAMOAUK Preparation Bring Mad. for . Demonstration. A meeting of the democratic coun ty committee was held. .at noon to day at the office of Secretary William McEniry. The calling of the meet ing was for the purpose of making arrangements preparatory to the visit to the citv of Vice President Stevenson. A committee, composed William McEnirv. J. W. Totter and T. S. Silvis. of 'this city, and A. r v!. ... , - . inwa, 01 Aioune, was appointed make the neccssarv nreitarations and appoint such other committees 1 11 sees nu Young Democrats. The Stevenson club held a well at tended and enthusiastic meeting last evening at Hucsing & lloeft's office, for the purpose of making prepara nous nir me granu rauy on ucu 12, when Vice President Stevenson, after bom the club wait named, will be 1 Rock Island. An invitation was n tended to the Horacn Roina olnl nf Davenport to participate in the 11a- rade, and everything points favor- oiy 10 a grand demonstration. as At the V. M. C. A. The Y. M. C. A. orchestra will make its first public appearance at the young men's meeting tomorrow at 3:30. Bv the wav. the speaker. Jodfrcy Haas, of Galesburg, is known to many here, and all young men are invited to hear him. The Sunrise glee club will render attract- ve mntc. The Schumacher Gymnasium com pany, or Akron, Ohio, has been awarded the contract for furnishing the gvmnasium and expects to have all the apparatus in by November 1. I he list includes a full and complete line of the latest and most approved apparatus. ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS. The Army of the Tennessee elected: President, (rent-mi (ireunvtlle M. Dixljrc, lown; corn-SK!idiii(t eetvtr. General Andrew Hiekenlooner; rwonlinir w-cre- tary. Colonel Cornel i us Cadle; treasurer, General M. F. Force. At the Butler cnunsr; O., fair a promi nent wrvlfty woman of Hamilton under took to inipoM- tin the jutlir-s by cntertnit for a prize a handsome tulvcrtisinir chro- mo, assurins them that she had painfd if. The- juilav did not discover the fraud till they found the advertisement in one corner eoi.vd by a rihlmn bow. Ti-stlmoay taken in the Plankinton hank ease at Milwankee touts to show the institution was Insolvent n monihlprovious to t lie time il closed It ituor. Prhva of the ''pwis" ot the whisky trust have Wen reduced Id cents and fur ther redact ions an? expected. On llowirate's return to the Washington iail he was assiuiii-d to o il No. 2 in the murderer's row. which is the cell once oc cupied by (jiiitcau. Hurfflars entered the dry p-iods and (rro- erry store of Postmaster L. C. CJyne at Maple tiruvc. Ills., and carried off cash and clothing to the viUuc of 75. jThe trial of ox-Secretarv of State Lind fioliu for eiiil er-zleiiii iit has been fixed at Lansina, Mich., for Oct. 7. David Kitchio. an ex-Chieago detective. confessed nt Cincinnati that he was forced to gteai to Keep from stnrvinjr. lie was sent to jail for thirty days. Mayor Mann, of Kvanston, Ills., is se verely ill with typhoid fever at his ranch, twenty miles north of Pierre, S. It. Natural cad pilied itndur the Detroit river Is to hi- supplied to IK-troit consinu ers from the Canadian wells abuut Kins ville. Vii-e President Stevenson will remain In Washington for a day or two clearing up some old olli' i.il liusiness, but will leave for Illinois in time to ojm-u his campaign at Lincoln next iitm-sil.iy. The Rev. John Writer was knocked down ami killol near Corydon, lnl , by David Wheat. The latter had ren-ived a note warning him to leave the country on pi:ril of Ijuingr "whlUwap'HHl, ' wliicli Wei kiT undertook to secure. A quarn-l fol lowed, during which Wheat struck the minister with a billet of wood. Pakhoi, In China, exjxirts over lOO.OOU dried lizards, v.ilue.l at fj.'sm yearly; they are used for making "lizard u ihe, a lued icine used for eye troubles. Kii)rlish temperance men, headed by the duke of Westminster, have mssntly me morialized the (n'rinan 'iiiK'nir through Otntitt Hatzfrldt to assist in restricting or prohibitiiiK the tnule in ruitior in tho Uer- tuan colonic. This associat ion laltors un der the title of the liritlsh United Com mittec for the Prevention of ltcnioriuliza- tion fif Native Kuoe by Uiiuor. Prance derived UVl.ttW francs lnt year from the t.n on cycle, the numlxr of machiniw brinir 13J,'JTtt. Stint A nthony's btxly is reported t have tHs-n lately stolen from the shrine of Padua, where it was kept, and was found after ward lu a ncighlioriiift wood, despoilul of iu valuable ornnmcuts. Event of the Campaign The Visit to Rock Isl and of . . . VICE NIT STEM All will be welcome to HARPER'S THE ATER. People of all affiliations and classes should hear the polit ical issues intelligent ly discussed. Oct. 12 the Date. Tellow Fever, There is a marked peculiarity about yellow fever which distinguishes it from most epidemics. It is essentially a dis ease of a hot climate, and it takes a cer tain amount and duration of heat to awaken it to Ufa It is said that it can never prevail where Indian corn will not riDeu. Generally fair and warmer, except local showers are probable bunday east to southerly winds. Today's temperature, 68. jr F.J Wits. Observer. Marvtat Kscarotoo. Tuesday, OcjfS, round trip tickets at verv low rates on sale at the V. R. I. & P. ticket office to all points west, northwest ana southwest Jntelhgence Column. R TOTJIN NBBDr rrTov Wtnt money wr.t a cook W'nt boder Wnt a partner Want a titoation Want to rent toons Want servant ptrt Want to sell farm Want to sell a house Want to exchanre anythlrr Want to se!l household foods Want to make any real estate loans Want to s-H or trade forauyrbtniF Want to find customm tor anything USE THESE COLUMNS. rrtHB DAfLT AROCS DKLTYTRKD ATTOCB a ooot erery evening I or lue per weea. w AUTBn. -fifiX-FOBLIOHT nOt SHWORK. call at Am. i s rare. JOR fALK-TWO LA KGB CANXOS STOVES iog oderdiT. Apy to Am.i i WANTED Tono RTY l"NO LADY, vate family urelirrc-ri. Addnaa oflioe. PRI ' this Toa sAt.i-nnrsKHoLD ptrRviTraR 11. V rlodlns two bed room sets and a parlor set. iMijuiiv i aiso rouria avenue. Wanted To Borrow firm in one vpai time. Hoasrhold ffnrrltnn u-m. i'T . Will ive fin and Interest In advance. Ad dress a J .. this rfflce. W ALESMEN. EVERT OOI NTT. SALARY aJ crrommi-sion. No experience. TCr tariff bill sites nnlimlied pnolt?. Active men apply tjincUy. ftatinu Mlry and territory wanted. noumwLuret, mx friug, tfosioo. SCIENCE OF TIHl PLANETS 1 T (ilVEi A t' correct location of d sease. a rharartj.r nf (1a. lineal ton. Al-o tells o." orcs4 or tailnre In bus iness, or marriages, call or ad trees with stamp. o. uuj, mi ruin a rrnne, KocK Island. V17 K wisn TO EMPLOY A FEW GfKin aiicv W to make STiO to Sinn a wi-ik . Hi, a n.. Electric Motor. Rnn seating machines, priming Eres.e. vemi'ating pump, etc; KTerynody tem. Steady emp'oyrncnu Easy sitoa rion ind ro-d wanes. W. P. Pnrri.nn . - It Hare Unq in Loan it i Per Ctot, "n Farm or Wty Property in ny section ot conn -". k'- v" i'y 1110 uitu maratt vaitie. Money ready fer mmedla-elo as where .ecnrl i and title is gi od. No Commission. We solicit aptillcatlnns. Bla at fnrni.tiod npon rroaesr. ALLN & CU- 40 i2 Broadway. Nvw York Administrator's S)le of Aeeoants. To whom it may concom: Public notice ts nerro g'vca uin' m toe ni nny or October, A. D.. 1K01. at the hoar of S o'clock In the afte-noau of that dan. at the north door of Ibe coon house, in the c ly of Rock lxlanri, in the county ot Kock i-iano, sia-e or iiuitois. tne anaerMgneo adminis trator, de bonis not,, of the erta'e of Charles at Filter. nvceaed. will rail at pnblic sale, to the biiebe..t bidder U rcsh in ha d. divers accounts In divers amounts a"d against divers perxons, whtrli.aid account" bloi.if to paid entate. winch sale i made by T-ttne of an order f the connty coart o' said connty, entered in said estate on the 14th diyof Jnly, A. lg!)t. For a s rciflc statement of the arconnts to be sold, ard the per sof'S against whom said acco nt" arc ba-gcd.and the amount of tne several accounts to e aulii, all persons interested are referred to the list of said aeoounis now on nie la said county conn with the papers in aid estate. IMtrd at K cfc Inland, Tl Ino a, ihlf 4tb day of ociwhiuct, a x., imtt. WILLIAM JACK'OS, Administrator de bonis aoa of ttala Estate. J?Wi- The Place to Buy Stores is where you can get a full assortment to select from. I keep the largest assort ment of STOVES in the west, and prices to suit all, having now in stock three hundred stoves of the lead- . ing grades for hard and soft coal or wood: DAVID DON, 1615-1617 Second Ave. Rock Island. It Tickles . . The taste w ith a tooth some twan-j; makes folks Ion for a palate as wide as a town lot. Delicious! Fine Flavored! Fresh, Crisp and Dainty! Are the expressions drop ped about our Candy Department. Everybody wants a bite; everybody can hare one. Glance your eye in our window and see the finest line of Home Made Candies ever made in Rock Island. Party Supply House. Dffi 6 IMS 1.16 and 1718 Seoond At. -4 Telephone 1156. Jfc-Oystcrs served in any style. Mclntyre-Rech Dry Goods a. Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns the best in the world. Our New Store. The hammering of the carpenters is subsiding, and we be pin to take on a more satisfactory appear ance. A few days and we will be new and clean throughout, and with the elegant new stock now in and arriving, we can truly say we will be a complete new store from cellar to parrel. It was hard labor ous work to rebuild and to do business at the same time, bat our friends were kind and patient, and this we appreciate beyond measure. But we are endear, oring to give to the people of Rock Island and vicini ty a Model Dry Goods Store, and we hope to be suc cessful to the highest degree, if hard work, tireless energy, pleasant deportment, a desire to please, along with the very best goods at the lowest pricea are forces which will insure it. It seems a little warm, but wool stuff is moving nicely. Silks are a good thing and very, very cheap now. The markets are crowded with eager buyers. Times will be good. The new weaves in Dress Goods are beautiful, and so cheap. This Week Dress Goods. Now is the time for Dress Goods. y, ar. i. ing the best and most elegaut stock we , ,r , ,jr V A licantiful assortment at 25e. Jji ) .;r 7 mixtures at Sic. Perfect French Pattern . aj this department we can please you. The n-a". complete and all new. Then come the pretty mixtures in .Vie. c .8l!ij .. Then are the coverts, serges. Henrietta' ainurvn. cm: itb ta (jjia. inca uui nirvejiv j'lt'.Vr. my, they are lovely, and the price is to j,Lr s.ti, NOVELTIES IS AIX DEPARTMENTS m n never so cheap and so good; in Mark satin.. ,ja, j rbadatnas. trrosrrain. treads sai. and all n. u- trimming silks, we can give you a price never i reached. Onr buyers write as that ther ha., i,, been so successful in getting the lowet 'liviu-. ,C auii iii.fsb "ichii uiv; i . u a ui I filT 4 11- tfc. get the lienctit. New linens, hosiery, g! it,-., a ' lins. flannels, blankets, yarns. """" CIXJAKS Come and see us. We can U- v.f. Our store is full, brimfull, running owr. viiL g gains. Come and see ns; we will be glad to n-e y.,. and you will le glad you came. Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co. 1709 and 1711 Second avenue. Rock Island. Eight O'clock You will now find evenings till 8 o'clock, o'clock. our store open Saturdays till 10 4 i 4 3 4 SPECIAL SALE OF CURLY BIRCH ROCKERS And Fancy Comfortable Couches. Furniture, Garpsts, Stoves, Queensware, Curtains, Bedding. afelfiirlirar G. O. HUCKSTAEDT Terms of payment easy. 1809-1811 Second Avenue. Underselling EVERY ON rrriHiirKrcr ML IX MRS. S. SMITH The Chicago Aliiliner. Tomorrow she will s Open a first class Millinery Parlor In the new store now being erected especially for her at 1805 Second Avenue, one door west of Woltman's Jew- elrv store. Wait for the Opening. Shoers, Clothiers Furnishers. ttLe Peoploi Watch the papers. Compare our prices always the lowest. No matter what price others quote, we CAN and will DO better. In fact, we give goods away rather than to have our prices met & K.