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THE ARGUS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1CD4.
. insure with Huesing A Hoeft,
Dressed chickens at Uess Bros'.
Tonight, Dr. Henson on "Fcoli."
Dressed chicken at W. A. Ehleb's.
Tom Le has gone to Minneapolis.
Safe for sale cheap Kohn A- Adler.
Choice bulk oysters at Buncher's.
Oysters and celery at W. A. Eh
leb's. Kating and cooking apples at
Bulk and can oysters and celery at
California peaches, pears and figs
New buckwheat flour and maple
yrup at Long's.
Spring chickens at Buncher's Spen
cer square grocery.
Old Kentucky" at Harper's thea
tre tomorrow night.
Cauliflower, bead lettuce and spin
ach at W. A. Khlcb's.
The Thirty club gives a dance at
Carse hall this evening.
Cauliflower, head lettuce, radishes
and egg plant at Buncher's.
Did you hear 'em drop those prices
on liquors at Kohn & Adler's?
Catawba. Delaware and Concord
grapes by the basket at Hess Bros'.
Don't fail to read Jackson &
Hurst's ad., if yon have money to in
vest. Lettuce, spinach, radishes, cauli
flower, parsley, oysters and celery at
Store for rent 1610 Second ave
nue. Kohn & Adlcr will give posses
sion Nov. 10.
If it is a nobby overcoat yon are
looking for you'll find it at Simon &
The latest in overcoats is the Pad
dock. Simon & Moscnfelder show
You'll save time and money by
going to Simon 4c Mo.enfelder to buy
your new overcoat.
Dr. C. Truesdale and wife went
to Chicago this morning to visit a
few days with relatives.
Cauliflower, lettuce, spinach, rad.
ithas, wax lean. Lima beans, kohl
and parsley at Hes Bros'.
Ton ran buy the best liquors for
what the cbap formerly cost at Kohn
Adler'a closing out sale.
Kohn A Adler are about giving
their liquors awav. Will last only a
few days. Give them a call.
Saratoga chips and sliced ham at
Woman's Kxchae and Floral Bazaar,
liurst block. Twentieth street.
A very popular new overcoat is the
Poole." You'll find some elegant
fitters at Simon Sc Mocnfeldcr's.
Port. Catawba, red or white Cali
fornia wine 60 cents per gallon at
Kohn & AdJt-r's. 1610 S-cond avenue.
Do not mis seeing the Pickanin
nies at Harper's theatre tomorrow
night. You better miss your sapper
than miss Mt-ing them.
The Tri-Clty field day exercises to
have been held at Twin-Citv park
today, have been postponed until to
morrow, owing to toe wet weatner.
Charles Negus. Jr., started this
morning to join hi mother, who is
visiting in Chicago. He is a youth
ful traveler, but he will get there all
Dr. P. S. Hcnon, who lectures on
Fools." at the Y. M. C. A. hall, is
in the citv. Yon mav look ont for a
grand time tonight. Don't fail to
Simon & Mosenfelder are showing
a finer and larger line of men's and
boy's clothing than ever and when
it comes to prices you'll find them
Charles E. Case coes to Ottawa
Monday to attend the wedding of his
nephew. Charles P. Taylor, and Miss
Josephine Porter, which occurs at
Kivcrview, near Ottawa, next Tues
' Capt. A. B. Sweenev, of Washing
ton, is visiting in the city with bis
brothers, h. I). Sweeney and W. u.
Sweenev, Having been given
month' leave of absence from his
Lecture on Fools' bv Dr. Henson
The most attractive and pleasing lec
tnre, full of wit, humor and good
sense, now being given on the Amer
lean platform. Tonight at Y. M
C. A. hall.
Mrs. Alva Bank and J. W. Hawes,
motorman of car 41 on the blue line.
were quietly married in Moline
Wednesdav evening by Rev. T. U
Wilson. The couple will reside at
the bride's home, 2323 Fifth avenue.
The little pickaninnies in Old
Kentucky" at Harper's theatre to
morrow night were gathered from
different part of the south by Jacob
Litt, and hare been learned to play
on all kinds of instrument. It yon
miss this, yon miss the Greatest show
o' the season.
The social given last evening at
the home of Mis Hattie Tremann,
1821 Sixth avenue, by the yonoir peo
ple of the Central Presbyterian
church, was. well attended, notwith
standing the inclemency of the
eatber. a ice eerresnmeats were
served, and the Orpheus Mandolin
club discoursed delightful music dur
ing the evening.
Ex-Supervisor H. O. Norton rallied
somewhat yesterday morning, re
gaining consciousness for the first
time in three days, and partook of
slight nourishment, and was able to
converse with, and to recognize those
about bim. He passed a restless
night last night, and the doctors as
sert the improvement was only tem
porary, and that he can survive bnt
a lew days longer.
HlgtMst Honors-World' Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret
rata Asarnono, amot waay outer aauiwaur.
40 TEARS THE STANDARD.
We Save Tow, Money m Krerythlaa Tow
Bay la Groeertre h4 Prorleloaa.
Eagal' best fancy . high patent
flour, from No. 1 hard wheat, nothing
finer manufactured, per sack, 85e;
per barrel, $3. SO.
fancy patent winter wheat Sour,
per sack. 80c.
run patent winter wheat fiour, per
Straight winter wheat flour, per
Twenty-three pound Tiest Granu
lated sugar, fl.
Twentv-nve pounds best N. O.
granulated sugar. f 1.
lwentv-six pounds light C su
rive pounds choice roasted K10
Foor pounds after dinner Java cof
Three pounds best Mocha and Java
Arbuckle' cofle, per package, 18c
Lion coffee, per package, 20c.
Golden Rio coffee, roasted, per
Best large olives, per quart, 15c.
Parlor matches, per package, 15c
Roval baking powder, 1-pound
Dr. Price's baking powder, 1-pound
New Orleans molasses, per gal-
Amber table syrup, per gallon, 28c.
Amber table syrup, pails, per pail.
Honey drip syrup per gallon, 40c.
New 1894 sorghum per gallon, 40c
New Holland herring per keg, 70c.
Sal soda per pound, lc.
Soda crackers per pound. 3c.
Two pounds oyster crackers for 5c.
Fairbanks' Gold Dust per package.
Bulk gloss starch per pound, 4c.
Six-pound box gloss starch per
1 or - - '
Three-pound box rloss starch per
Uilmore's best hams per pound, 11c.
Gil more' best picnic hams, per
pound, 7e; shoulders, 7c. .
Large pail mackerel, 60c.
Choice creamery butter per pound.
Best country butter per pound, 20c.
Select oysters, very best, per can,
Standard oysters, very best, per
Standard bnlk oysters per quart,
Our 60c wire leaf Japan tea per
ve are in the market to sell, re
gardless of profits. Delivery daily at
2:90 p. m. M. J. tAOAL CO.,
Z2o Brady Street, Davenport.
of buI stves yon
feeling: of horror
when voa aw it and
when yon fed St. like
the "bhtndertwm" at m
former decade, it Is big
and rinmsv. bat mot af-
recti re. ib una
Oct. -20 F. P. Banmbach to
Thomas F. McGill. lot 2, block 1,
Ben Harper's second add., Rock Isl
Hannah DeGear to Henry Carse,
w lot 2. block 39, Chicago or Lower
add., Kock island, ll.&oo.
22. E. W. Hurst to E. H. Guyer.
part lots 4 and 5, block 7, Spencer &
Case's add.. Rock Island, 14,500.
Adolph Gottsche to Gust M. Ford,
part lot 8, block 26, Old Town of Mo
line. f 1.
Adolph Gottsche to J. M. Schlot-
leldt and Carrie u. Weise, part lot 8,
block 26, Uld Town 01 Moline, VI.
Adolph Gottsche to G. M. Ford, a
25 feet lot 8, block 26, Old Town of
Eliza C. Studley by heirs to Sarah
r. 11 un toon, part lot is, block 2, w
11. Inwards add., Moline, fl. '
George W. Walker to Sarah H. Ita,
lot 15. block .1, H. R. Edwards' First
add., Moline, $2,800..
Oct. 22 Matthew Maroney, Pe
oria; Mis Ella Collin, Rock Island
23. Henry E. Meyers. Moline
Miss Jessie Jensen, Belle Plaines,
Ebin W. Dill, Andalusia; Fannie
L. Richardson, Edeinrton.
William Eipper, Port Byron; Miss
Augusta Liphardt, Hillsdale.
Oct. 24 Fred Standish Ken field
Chicago; Mis Amy Sweeney, Rock
August C. Otto, Sherrard, Ill-
Miss Maggie E. Johnson, Taylor
Carl J. Peterson, Mia Tilli 8.
John W. Hawes, Mia Franci E.
Banke. Rock Island.
Wwt Jaytal r.alhse;
With the exhilarating aense of re
newed health and strength and inter
nal cleanliness, which follows the
nse of Syrup of Figs, is unknown to
the few who have not progressed be
yond the old time medioiae and the
cheap substitute sometime offered,
but never aooepted by the wall in-
Bick and Bilioos Head
ache, nothing has been
ioaa so equal tores
pills of Dr. twee's m-
ot enlightenment, yon
have Dr. Pierre's Pleasant
Pellets, which core all lirar
troubles in Uta mast ccfeccr
Mr. Sinm Hibbb.
Bb of Kin. let rhuantU
4, Fai0imbaiph. jr.X,
art: "There is noth
Inte that can compare
with Dr. Pierce's Pleas
ant Pclleta. aa Liver
Pi 11a. Taer hare done me mora armd thaa
any other medicine I have ever taken."
af B. & Sana, 8b.
ML TOU HI KMXDt
Want a cook
Want a partner
Wsat a litaatloa
Waat to rant rooms
Want a aerrant Rtrl
Want to sell a tana
Want to aril a house
Want to exchange snrthlnc
Want to sail household roods
Wat to make any teal stats loans
Want to sell or trade for anythlac
Waat to and customers tor aaytnuif
rSB TBKSB COLUMNS.
1H DaXLY AKOU8 CKXIVTOSD ATTOCE
, aoorarery srsnl actor 10 per week.
"OR PK5T-OPFIC EOO. 8TKAM HKAT,
tatheaca'Caneblosk. Apply to H. lane.
For Rjrsr a t-kook house os roru
teenthfetrset between Thitd &nd Vnnrth a"-
l?OS BALK COLl BBIA OT sniON "-1BR 81
r eyrie, ie too order, for $40; cost $1. Ad-
arsss v mis imoe.
WANTED SALESMAN. SALARY PKO i
rt : proianmt pise. Brows Bros', com
pany, XarscrymtB, Cticsjo, 111
WASTED. AX INTELLIGENT MAN GOOD
unain O&emberof ihs H of V. or mImi..i
tescher prereired) to rop. tint nd the wr.rk of
eoTDS of scents canvassing for a rrialtr tn KnrV
Island eoimtr: alro 10 take rhsrsr of tbe dclrrrr-
Uxg and col'rctlng; strsdjr tmploimect; rood par
to lluht party. Address. J W. C. m. Co-, 3,
Dearborn street, Cticsgo, Illinois.
7 Per Cent Loans.
The following is a partial
list of completed gilt-edged
first mortgage loans on h and,
which we offer for sale, sub
ject to previous selections,
for their face and accrued
interest. These loans have
been carefully selected by
ns. and are first-class in
every respect. They are all
7 FEB cent net to the inves
tor. We have many other
loans to offer, if these are
not in amounts to suit the
Amnnt. , Ctnt.
The securities we offer are
especially adapted for the
investment of savings and
trust funds, as our personal
attention to all the details of
the loan, from its date to its
maturity, relieve the hold
er from all annoyance except
to present his coupon to Uc
for collection. For further
information call at the of
fice of ,
JACKSON & HURST,
GEO. F. ROTH, sapt. Lean Department.
Tbe 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
in? grndes for hard and soft
coal or wood:
1615-1617 Second Ave.
Till you can't rest.
Come and see it.
Keep on coming to Rock
Island because they
know it is a good place
to grow up in. and when
they are old enough to
walk they go to Krell &
Math's for Candy, be
cause they keep the kind
the little one love so
Don't forget your
party or dinner is not
complete without a
brick of onr Ice Cream.
Party Supply House.
1T16 and 1118 Second At.
B9Oytcrs served in any style.
T4cff n tyre-Reck oy Goods oT
Sole Agents for.Butterick Patterns the best in the world.
Always to the Front.
Always to the front in aggressive merchandising
and a relentless war on high prices. Good were
never before sold so cheap as they are in Kock Island
today, and its a fact beyond controversy that no pi are
in Kock Island are the prices of goods so low a at
McINTTRE-RECK CO S.
This week and while they last we place on sale:
100 Handsome Dress Patterns. 8 yards full at f 2.22.
100 Splendid All Wool, Stvlish Dress Patterns, full
8 yard at S3.3S.
An Exceptional Offering We also place on onr
counters another lot of 40 pieces of nice New Dress
Goods, snch as created the sensation of last week, 32,
S8. 42 and 48c values, all at 25c.
BristliKf with bargain ralnes. We claim two lbisr Irst, the bkm
stylish assottinent: second, the lowest pri es. Don't think of baying a
Cloak or Fur Usrawnt without first risitiug oar department.
Another shipment )sot lereivea of German Knlttlnr, Vera which
sold so well st lc per Vt pound skeia. This lot goes while tbrr last at
the same price, only tbe.
1 case splendid Domet Flannel. rT rarfl
7 pieces Red FlanswIIette. the lzj Gaiiti
A line White Wool Flannel, r rl. 'jtc
And hosts of other sharp, cricp irjraii,.'.
Hosiery and Underwear.
50 dozen Ladies' Black llw-cd Iiu,
value at 10c.
A new shipment of Lr dies and
llose at greatly reduced prices.
uniia s grey ranaom wool et, French hV .
a t-i,..-..j ,
I lie St.
nicely silk trimmed at just half price:
Siat 1. price 10c
do i do Lie
da Sit do lc
do d 1W
A fill l ac of Drawers to match.
misses' naaasoaieiy asaoe ana nntohed wnr.1
the tl z& raise, aiii he stsrud this or. k at T.x I
sue par salt acre, and plenty of s miiar t aloes I
Prints and Sheetings.
Snpiere Print. orh up toTr.forthis se. !.- i .
-4 Svruwa rhrliBir at lc Yoe swot wild O'er u . 1 ,
lias we sold this slieetiiif, at that price. " t
The alterations which Irsae acenpied as f tbe t.,.t
are now preetiesl'y romtWtrd. and shopping caa nuw t dut. TT'
earcnee and satlsfacUun. "uf
rnr.1. ribWd. X .
Wife" 1 JS,
I itlOtUtf ilL-w.
Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 1711 Second avenue. Rock Islanl
Putting the Mo
Into Parlor Finis
OOCOOOQCi BOO jsj jaw?
with it We are doing it,
the people will play havoc
with our stock, because it's the prices, not
the furniture, that have suffered amputation.
There's always a right time to do the right
thing. It's the right time now to furnish
your house, and our store is the right place
to do it. You'll know wre are right when
you see our goods and prices.
Furniture, Carpets, Stoves,
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT
Terms of payment easy. 1809-1811 Second Avenue.
MRS. S. SMITH
The Chicago Milliner.
Has Opened a
In the new store, which was
erected especially for her at '
1806 Second Avenue, one
door west of Woltman's Jew
Now Open. New Goods.
la Wall street saeeeasfnlly osrriad on with tfcs
aid of oar Daily Esrhst LeMsr and pam
phlets oa speculation.
Xar diseret'oaarr prealations hsr pal 4 a
arowwr prw or sw net tne siuu auursin.
UisontMBT Arcoaais a specialty. Iirae wire
from oar omces to all West ra Cnioa Telearanh
OSkaa la the Unites States. :
All Information P&E F. Bank nfireios
Mo. 41 Broadway,- - ' MXW fOXX C1TT
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 floods away rather than to have
our prices met
Shoers, Clothiers Furnishers.