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THE ARGUa MONDAT, OCTOBER 8. 1894.
CITY CHAT. Insure with-Hnesing ft Hoeft. John Z. Fuhr. of Edjriogton, made a hi a boi s a ca i today. McCabe Bros, tell chenille tabic overt at 47c. See adv. Tom Lee has returned from hit northern hunting expedition. Mift Kit Woltrnaan Is recovering niceiy iron, aer recent u:nes. See J. B. Zimmer't fall and winter goorit tr tni: and overcoats. Trj a -Yon Can Smoke." after din ner today. Yon will want more. Money to loan on real estate secur ity. Apply at Jackson & Hunt'i. People whr want mild, pleasant cijrara tbouM try -Yoa Can Smoke." McCabe Bros, millinery opening ocenrt on Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. F. D. Faal and chilJren bare arrived from their S-months' eastern visit. Harry Truesdale. of Minneapolit, it vUitinjj hi parents. Dr. and Mrs. C Truesdale. II. D. Blakcmore left this morning for Cambridge to attend court. which open there today. Ladies fail weight Egyptian cotton union suit 47c. worth 7c McCabe Bro. at long as they last. Another lot of those 2."c fast black, full regular made cotton hose at 12ic a pair this week at McCabe's. The globe incandescent lamp stove will warm a room 14x14 these cnilly mornings. See McCabe Bios'. Will Ihirt. accompanied by his sit ters Mic Sarah. Mar and Mar garet, left for tLe east this morning. Inspect J. B. Zimmer't stock of fall and winter tuit. get his prices and theff compare with what others offer. Lloyd & Stewart invite all who shiver ti call on them and get a fine fitting jersey coat, just the thing for ofTce wear. Mrs. C. P. Hengstler, dau2hter. Mrs. J. C. Kinney, and ton Harry, left this morning" for Chicago, their fatare borne. Yonr mony" worth is bard to get, yon can can get it when buying your furniture, carpets, cortain and Yogs at Clemasn & Salzmann't. You all know the Cbristr bread and cake knives. McCabe Bros", will tell them this week for 25c per set of three. Buy none bat the best. J. B. Ziraraer. the old reliable, has the tinet line of fail and winter suit ings as l overcoat goods in the three cities at tbe lowest possible prices. Travel over the Rock I.-land bridge vesterdav footed no: Foot north. Ci: south. 676: total. 1.359. Teams north. ?5: south. 79; total, 1.7CI. Mrs. Morris lio sec field I visiting friends at Cincinnati, after having ac- ccmpani'-d t'f iughter. Miss Irene. to ah:ns:on, where te enters tchoc'l. At Clinton Saturday afternoon the Moline High school eleven and the Clinton Y. M. C. A. team played a foot bail match, resulting in a tie, 12 to 12. On acconct of the holiday of Yum Kipper, the People's Inundry will close from 6 p. a. Tuesday nntil 6 p. m. Wednesdsr. Patrons will govern themselves accordingly. Lloyd & Stewart are making a big drive in Lats. and cJTer nobby ties for the dome of thought at prices that paral vie competition and popularize the hats Uoyd & Stewart. The sixth annual ball of the Stand ard clnb will be given at its club room on Thnrs lay evening. Oct. IS A concert of fuur number will be given at bv Schiliinger's orches tra. Sheriff Gordon left this morning for Joliet with William Condon, sen tenced for one year for larceny. He first went to Cambridge, where Con don receives another sentence for a like offense. Tbe marriage of an uptown young laay to an engineer on tbe C. K- 1. sfc P., formerly of this city, but who is now joeate-i at I'eona, so it is whispered, will be celebrated in Kock Island about the 25th Inst. Notice was posted in Deere 4 Co't. shops in Moline Saturday night, an nouncing a reduction in the wages of the laborers from f 1.53 per day to f 1.25. and the helpers who wer get ting 11.60 an I fl.75 are cut down to 1.40 and 1.5). About one person in 10 doesn't know that the other nine have come to the conclusion that it pavs big to tor your bedroom suit at Clemann & Salzmann't. Fortv-seven different styles to select from the largest aa- sonmeui wunout any aouot west ol Chicago. Friends, bay your mackintosh of your nome mercbanU, Llovd A Stew art. The wideawake dealers have seen red the agency for the finest double-breasted box style mackitosh. a suitable article for overcoat wear. Call and tee their line before baying. They can save you money. The housewife who hat not yet dene ber fall cleaning will most sure ly want some bright clean wall paper. Sutcliffe has bought largely and ad vantageously for the fall trade and prnposea to tell qoickly and quite as much to your profit at to his. He it to that extent a believer in reciproc- itr. Divorce proceedings soon to be in stituted will cause a great surprise among the acquaintances of the par ties concerned, who reside in the lower end of town, and who are among tbe best kaown and most highly respected people of Moline and Kock Island. Charges of infidel ity will be filed. J. B. Ziramer makes no claim of having smuggled goods or of beating the government. The tariff does not take effect nntil Jan. 1, 195. aid consequently he makes no claim of having advantages- under it. His prices are as low as ever, and he challenges comparison and quality with other dealers. Intending purchasers are invited to jot C'emann & Salzmann't address in their memorandum book for readv reference when in need of a bed room suit, (an assortment of forty-seven to select from), sideboards, a beauti ful display in all the new designs. china cabinets, pretty writing desks ana oook case combined, easr chairs. conches, parlor furniture, a bewil dering array, in all these they offer tome excellent values. Folic Fotnt. Fire tramps applied for lodging at the police station last night. The cooler weather is drawing them in. A coat was stolen from a saloon on Market square this morning, but the police have no clue to the thief as yet. Chief of Police Thomas Farmer, of Cedar Rapids, left Saturday night with Eilwood Springer, who "is wan ted there as a witness again t a horse thief. According to a dispatch from La Porte. Ind. to today's Chicago Her ald, William E. McDowns was re cently held there on information of the People's National bank of Bloom ington, and finally released for lack of requisition papers, and it was af terward .learned be had swindled several people at LaPorte. He is a man who was sent to the county jail here a few months ago. Last night six bums were brought down in the patrol wagon from near the Viaduct, where they had a keg of beer on tap. They were all let go this morning except two one a colored man. who has been warned before to leave tow n. The other fellow will be tried for larceny. Sergeant Mul qneen had him doing some work about the station before any of the crowd was let out. and in doinz so the prisoner came across a bar of soap which he put in his pocket. w ben John went to wash his hands. be missed the soap, and saspicioned the leiiow. in turning out the crowd, John starched his suspect and found the precious piece of dirt eraser. When thev will steal in iail. John savs, it's hard to tell what thev won't do on tbe outside. Awarded Highest Honor World'. Fair. DR. MEMS MOST PERFECT MADE A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret torn ArnmonU, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YXUIS THfc STAND AUX AMksObMIlMtt; j El Paso, 1i., Oct & Edward Garnet, the treasurer of Brewster county, was nobbed ot S8.U00 at Alpane, tbe county seat. At tbe point of a pistol a fdngte-handed robber approached Uaraet in hi office and coin pel led him to band over the money which Garnet kept In his private safe. Thereupon the rubber made his escape and has not been apprehended. Promptly Blew Hie Bead OK. Dexter, Oct 1 Officer Bovkin at tempted to arrest Milt Smith, a colored deputy sheriff, at the corner of Twentieth and Market strata for threatening to shoot hi sweetheart The negro drew a revolver, but before he could shoot the policeman blew off the colored man's head. WOMEN WHO SUFFER paia each month, can find relief and cure in Dr. Fierce u, Favorite Prescription. It reeulatca and restores V'b the monthly function. run -dawn, overworked arxl delicate: allays and banishes all fiervoua Weakness. Spasms, nysiena, nu. coorea, or fct. v itns's Dance; cures Weak nesses. Bearing Backache. Catarrhal Inflammation. Ciena- tioD and kindred maladies. For those about to become mothers, ft it a priceless boon, for it lessens the pain and perils of childbirth, snortens labor" and the period of confinement and promotes tba secretion of an abundance ot nourishment for the child. Thomas Thibxweu. of Rlrrt'.ale, Pa, tart: i cannot gucfcntir express to you tny rratitu-lo for ur bent-fit your Farorite PrescnptiOD' has euof erred upon my daugn- Of late she has auSTered no paia whatever. It is nir.ply marvcloua." 1 fv 1 VO v LP ) Event of the Campaign The Visit to Rock Isl and of . . . TICS FiESlUT STETM9D 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. The Place to Buy Stores is where yon 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 DOX. 1 6 1 5-1 617 Second Ave. Rock Island. Will OflVr a Ccrra(-rointA STTBGIS. Ky., Ort s. All talk of armed inr.vv!'n of tho tax prrrlnrts by CoHrctnr B:ckw. ;i h.v cvarj. Bondholder Pn-s-ton srnt wuri to the f undine board to met Mm iu Hi'ndeioon for a conference. Proton will of?tr a ¢ compromisn, but tho biard will not arc.-pt anything sbjTir the original proposition, as the pro pie would not abide by it. A hundred thousand dollars for both preclacft will be tLe best Mr Preston will p-t. Sarin of a Lifetime iolra. BtTRfiETTSTows, Pa . Oct. S A pocket book was stolen from Joseph Match-tt of Candor, which contained J It. WO. flOOO in tl bills and the balance in checks, notes. etc The mon-y rvpresenu-d the savings of a lifetime. .Mauhctt is a contracting carpnnu-r The robbery wa committed at th railroad station in a bl;r crowd, and U s Jppoed to nave bu-n tbe work of Pittsburg crooks, a number of which were attending the Burgetutown fair. That Joyf ol feeling; ita me exniiaraticg reuse of re- newed health and strength and inter nal cleanliness, which follows tbe use of Strop of Figs, is unknown to the few who have not progressed be Toad the old time medicines and the cheap substitutes sometimes offered. out never accepted by the weil in formed. Ambamadvr Bayard Hoaneward Bmaa. Loxnox, Oct. 8. United State Ambas sador Thomas F. Bayard and Mrs. Bayard, accomnanii'd by Mr. P. D. Warren and J. K. Carter, left Waterlio station in order to embark for Xrw York at Southampton on board the American steamer Paris. All the members of the l'nit-d States eni bay were at the railway station to wish the party bon voyajre. Mr. P. r-horeman and V. W. ThoniM travcl'jd to South ampton bv the sam train and will al.40 leave for New Vord by the Paris. Harvest Tuesday. Oct. 9, round trip tickets at very low rates on sale at tbe U. K. I. ft P. ticket office to all points west, northwest and southwest Rudy's Pile Suppository it guaran teed to care piles and constipation or money refunded. Fifty cents per box. Send stamp for circular and free sample to Martin Rudv, Lancas ter. Pa. For tale by T. li. Thomas and Harts Bahnsen, druggists. Uock I.land, ill. A JliUelhgenceCo IF YOU Waat mocey Waot a cock Wsnt boarcrrs W aat a rartoer Wuit a f-.taadoa t7aat to rest raoait Wiav eemttt rirl Watt to sell a farm Waat to seQ a hoqve Waat to exchange ar.ythinir Want to veil bonaebo'd ronoa Wanr to maae tnj real astate loans Wact to Mil or :raie tor saruilnr Watt to nod ccioter for ar'rthmg CSS THZSK COLCHS3. 1HS DAILT AROrg DEUVKRID ATTOCB . a -tot every ereiu az rot luc per week. 70R AtB-TWO LARGE CAXOX STOVES r otr. Appi? u Aaars VJL'AXT D 1-OiED BY Twt'Sft LADY. PPI- " Tate Ias.Ur BrelerreO. Addn-m -K " thm XT ANTED. TWO LADIES TO CANVASS. "I tX-mCr work: ,a:arT Eronire for Me miu ley. ai acimrre-Beca e-cotwl bioo. Ta !. UolSCHOLD FCKNITI KE. IX- a r VQi.tg in oen wool pts asa s parlor aet. TtTAKTED SALESMAN. SALARY BOM ft n-.rt ; Mrmaneot Wic. Brown Bros', com- pxi.j, Aarseriinen. vbKafo. liL. fjrjARTBD To BORROW fioo ON ONE I er. time. Hoeeebold f nrn ftnre unr itr. Wnirire S! mud ictcren in 3auce. Ad- areas a 4 tnieoffice. IO-T-BKTWEaX T EXTY-SECOND AND 4 Te tT-rrortb etreet eoota of SeTecth T-e- tne. a pair or eo.d bowed epectae'ea. Find r I ieaM k-ave at asagutrate Schroedrr t oSce and receive rea aro. SJCIENCB OF TH PLATtETS-IT OTVK4 A O correct locuton ot direaiw, a character or Ce ImeatinB. Ai'O telle o." ncca or laMare in bos Ine. or msrr.ge. .all or adlree with etamp. Dr. S. B. tJdj. 307 Fifth aercae. Hock ie:arL MRS. S. SMITH The Chicago Milliner. Tomorrow she will Open a first class Millinery Parlor In the new store now being erected especially for ber at 1805 Second Avenue, one door west of Wollniaa's Jew elry store. Wait for the Opening. WALL STREET! Otraie muli It M Stmt "Itaronrh Oar K-CniATITX 1. 1. ito:x tmrsan . And Discretionary Grain Pools, large Profit Realized with MinhnnBi Bisks. "Prcsptctos uljUttUtUMm" maiUD ran. HIGHEST BIF1BEICF. . OEi:uAn&co...-.,erMrt. So. U Broadway, . HEW TOBS CITT It Tickles . . The taste with a tooth some twang; makes folks long for a palate as wide as a town lot. Delicious! Fine Flavored! Fresh, Crisp and Dainty! Are tbe expressions drop ped about our Candy Department. Ererjbody wants a bite; everybody can bave one. Glance jour eye in our window and see the finest line of Home Made Candies ever made in Rock Island. Party Supply House. EW & UMl 1716 and 1718 Second At. Telephone 1156. eSfOystcrs served in any style. Mcintyre-Reck Dry Goods co. i Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns the best in the world. The End is in Sight In a few weeks we hope to bid pood-bye to carpen ters, painters and plumbers, and to open to our friends and the public generally a bandsome new store filled with a splendid stock of new goods. In the meantime we are trying to make things generally interesting, and this week will prove no exception. Furs. A far manufacturer's complete failure has thrown in oar way some of the most remarkable far values ever offered to any customer. We propose to give the benefit to oar trade, and offer while they last: 90 Back Coney Keck Sos-1 wore I! at tte. SB Black Coaej Scarfr, Sac Bead tad elaara. complete St Mc Very cheap at $19. ti Pcetch Cener Scarfs. patett head. etc.. at H.tS. ru-l! 12. ItXstsrslO.ossaai S art s elesa- far, st tl 67. Work 11.30 or ttcra. Sole U 'alara in Praark eI at f 1 SS and tS T: Xarte1) au-erf ir dre at fi.lri, etc A 1 at oas third to uoa-bilf less iklQ Btcsl pres. Wa fUarsoMe tba qaahty. The newest tklar la far Piping, Jets sad ether trimmUts st pof i t.rcly the lwt ot lua prioea. rar Ca,iea will reeetre attention ister. We can only aay tbt jca will find a roca bottom In prices tad A -one in qo-'itr and style. trarbn Cape in a rtrirty of tle ; K .retro md French tea'. Per sa Una Mcrled Artrachan. Wool laaU Prench Coner, etc paia With Haru-B collar and edges all tac proper lens ha. Specials Don't Miss Them. Ribbon Department. 100 pieces Moried. all Silk. Ribbon. So. 12. t-. : yard; No. 16, at 12c a yard; No. 22, at l.c a vt-i. 100 pieces fancy Ribbon in a Laad-'.a. colors, 5c. only 5c. Flannel Department. 30 pieces white Domet Flannel. 7c rjaa'.itr 4. 25 pieces Tennis Flannel, both dar an i -. 8c quality only 5c. lisndsme new drtt ::-" " better qualit vtennis. Linen Department. 100 dozen Colored Border Towel. KxV, :z while they last, 10c. and they won't lat lor. j. borne remarkable items among the new Tt'i 1. ens. An investigation will pay you. " Yarn Department. 250 pounds, fine quality. German Kcitt:r.2 Ti the 25c kind per pound tkein. lc. Mir ty. week oat. Our Dm Goods stock Inrit. s rua tl?t'. t. I- ;. and piece r iu aeortaet w an Imirue our and ui: t' ' saora tnau satisfy. A to ir-cca. ros kuvm at -a.amj. tbe t e- Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co. 1709 and 1711 Second avenue. Rock Island. Eight O'clock e5ErTiEr3J72tT3HraaEi3r!5ar3 You will now find our store open evenings till 8 o'clock. Saturdays till 10 o'clock. 4 SPECIAL SALE OF CURLY BIRCH ROCKERS And Fancy Comfortable Couches. Furniture, Carpets, Stoves, Queensware, Curtains, Bedding. G. O. HUCKSTAEDT Terms Of payment easy. 1809-1811 Second Avenue. Underselling EVERY ox TriHEir: rv n ttie Peorle. 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 Shoers, Clothiers Furnishers.