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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1894.
CITY CHAT. Pay your water rent. Read Tonng McCombs' dv. insar with Hneslng Hoeft. rrlor cabinets at Cleinann & Salz nsnn's. Fruit saacers So each, at Mclntyre Reck Co. 'a. Batter dishes fceach, at Mclntrre Reck Co.'s. Frank Mixter went to Cincinnati this morning. Miti Jennie Kane returned to Chi. capo yesterday. Miaa Margaret Dart left for Chi cago thia morning. Handsome jardinieres only 99c, at Mclntyre-Reck Co's. Nice chamber sets only 1.29, at Mclntyre-Reck Co.'. Charles Wejerhaatcr left this morning for Chicago. No scarcity in coats, jackets or capes at MrCabe Bros The finance . committee of the county board met today, Ex-Sheriff T. S. Silvia is ill at his home at Sylran Heights. Ask your grocer for the City Bakery's 20-ounce bread. Cnt prices on dress goods all this week at Young A McCoinbs China cabinets, a fine new line just In at Clcmann & Salzmann's. The city council meets in regular monthly session this evening. The finest assortment of skates in the city at Tonng it McCombs'. C. W. Kendricks, of the Cablegram, of Cable, was in the city today. Coffee cup and saucer onlv 9c, at Mclntyre-Keck Co.'.4 Read ad. Don't fail to read Jackson & Hurst s ad. if you have money to invest. Car loads of parlor furniture at all prices, at Clemann &. Salzmann's. Columbian souvenir half dollars givn out in change at McCabe Bros.1 Spool embroidery silk, 5 cents a dozen at Mclntyre-Reck Co's. this week. Eighteen different stylos of dining room tables at Clemann & Salz mann's. Go to the doll bazar next Tuesday, buy a doll, and so help Santa Claus in "his work. A great line of combination book cases from $11. 80 up at Clemann & Salzmann's. Twenty-four pounds of granulated sugar , IB ouuees to the pound, at J. T. Shields'. Fine thin glass tumblers only 2 cents at Mclntyre-Re.k Co's. Head advertisement.' Bet half ounce ball knitting silk just 19c a ball, at Mclntyre-Reck Co.' this week. Bedroom suits 55 different stvles prices from f 11.50 upward at Clem ann at itaizmann . Forty-one different styles of dining room chairs to select from at Cle mann A Salzmann's. fienulne plums for earlv choosers this week io McCabe Bros.' cloak de partment. Hurry up. Carpets and rugs no liner and larger stock in the northwest at Clemann & Salzmann's. Turk, tenderloin, sausage meat, spare ribs, leaf lard, pigs' feet, etc., at Uilmore's pork bouse. Fut on your old clothes and come to the Poverty social at the Christ- ian chapeiatemorrow night. The cloak department at McCabe Bros,' is full to overflowing; bought rigni ana win be sola right. Fifty-six piece sets in fine white ware only f-.87, at Mclntyre-Reck co. s. Keaa advertisement. denuine learner couches, some thing for comfort; see the fine dig play at Clemann & Salzmann's. ranry dairy butter 19 cents per pounu ; teat iara iu cents. Cash business docs it. J. T. Shields. A Porcrty social at the Christian church tomorrow night. Everybody mviiea. n ear your old clothes. Road Mclntyre-Keck Co's. adver tisement, then go and buy crockery lower man you ever saw it bclure. Better buy a set of those French oyster howls'at Mrlntyre-Reck Co.'s, wbile.tfaey Inst. Trice only 10c each I guarantee everything that leaves my store to be juVl as represented. or money refunded. J. T. Shields The Amateur Musical club will give the Handel program at its meet ing tomorrow, at the Standard club rooms. Fancy rockers, the greatest line west of Chicago make your Christ mas selection at Clemann & Salz mann's. P. J. Murrin, wife and two sons re Awarded Highest Honors World' Pair. CHEAT,! QMS MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free ttom Ammonia, Alum or any otntr adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. turned to their home at Aurora thia morning, after a short visit with rel. atives. Fourteen different styles of side boards. Including all the new and latest designs, at Clemann & Salz mann's. The meeting of the W. C. T. U. has been postponed one week, and will be held Tuesday. Dec. 11, at the Y. M. C. A. Tuesday morning 50 pairs half wool 10-4 gray blankets cheap at S2 will go at fl.12 per pair Young & McCombs'. Bring your horse and wagon up and buy some of our crackers, only SJ cents per pound. Cash does it at J. T. Shields'. Imported French oyster bowls. handsomely decorated just 10 cents at Mclntyre-Reck Co's. The real price is 25 cents. Xew! New! New! Books! Books! Books! McCabe Bros.' set the ball rolling with some prices that will make the people stare. Sixty different stvles of parlor ta bles, some of the handsomest made-up tables in the land, now to be seen at Clemann & Salzmann's. Every purchaser of a cloak to the amount of 5 or more, thev will pre sent a Columbian half dollar free. free, free Young & McCombs.' Christmas dolls of all kinds will be for sale at the doll bazar in Hurst's block on Twentieth street, next Tuesday afternoon and evening. Remember you are r?oinr to the Foverty social at the Christian church tomorrow night; also that you are to wear your old clothes. Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Pollard and Mrs. 11. E. Johnson left this rnornino- for Lyndon, III., to attend the funer al of their uncle, Alexis Hubbard. The R. I. & P. depot at Lafavette was totally demolished by fire Satur day morning, all the records in the office beinjr destroyed. Defective flue. Travel over the Rock Island bridge yesterday footed up: Foot north, 884; south, 801; total, 1,035. Teams north, 719; south, 715; total, 1,434. Never in the history of Rock Isl and have the people appreciated any thing with as much gratitude as they did the inaugural oncnin? of J. 1 Shields'. St. Paul lodffe, 107. K. P.. meets tonight for the purpose of electing officers for the ensuing term, and the attendance of all Knights is earnestly desired. Commencing Tuesday morninir at 9 o'clock, none before, they will sell children's cloaks at 49c for 4 vears old, rise of 25c a size at Younir & McCombs.' One of old Santa Clans' his win dows are ready at McCains Bros.' Take the little folks for a peep at it. Will cost you nothing, but will please .L. .L;n . iue emiuren very mucn. Mrs. John Sutcliffe, who has been confined at the home of her son. George Sutcliffe, for the oast three weeks with a broken ankle, has re covered sufficiently to enable her to return to her own home. The faneral of Michael Couirhlin occurred from So. Joseph's church at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Rev. Thomas Mackin officiating, being at tended by Buford Post, G. A. R., and St. Patrick's Benevolent society. Mrs. M. Conghlin and children de. sire to puonc:y express their sin cere thanks to friends and neighbors for numerous acts of kindness shown them during their late affliction, and especially do they feel grateful to the G. A. R. Capt. and Mrs. Joseph Cameron's little daughter. Bertha, who died at 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon of croup, was aced S vears and 9 davs. The funeral was held at 10 o'clock this morning from the home, 516 Twenty-third street. Deputy Collector Lamont's collec tions tor the week ending Saturday were: Beer, 370; cigars, 127.50; total, 497.50. November's receipts amounted to: Ber, f 175.50; cigars, 618.30; playing cards. 12.72; tobac co, 2.40; total. $2,410.92. The newly elected county officers. Judge Lucian Adams. Countv Clerk H. Kohler, Treasurer Fred Tittering- ton and uounty Superintendent E. li oiciveever, entered upon their re spective duties today. The sheriff's office goes into F. C. Hemenway's uanus at o o ciocic mis evening. One of the members of the Younr Ladies' Missionary society of Broad way church, who has charge of the doll bazar, received direct from Ta briz, Persia, last Wednesday, three aous. .incsc ioreigners come to our shores dressed in the latest Persian styles, and may be seen next Tues day at the bazar in Hurst's block on Twentieth street. Omaha is making a strong effort to induce C. W. Williams, who recently removed irom independence to Gales bure, to take charge of a mile track in Omaha. Mr. Williams is a great horseman, and Galcsburg gave him a great bonus to locate there, but things have not been altogether pieasant ior mm 01 late. The Scott county grand jury has indicted the keepers of two of the icwa noues in Davenport, W illiam Porter, proprietor of the Turkish and Russian bath rooms in Hibernian block for maintaining a house of ill repute,- and John McPartland and wife were indicted for maintaining a Diiuimk puuuu nuisance. .. Observer Walz' report for the month of November places the mean barometer at 30:10; the highest being 30:70 on the 28th and the lowest 29:44 on the 15th. The mean temperature was 31; the highest 66 oa the 15th and the lowest 7 on the 1 9th. There were only tour eleardava during the month; 12 - partly clo'udy and 14 cloudy. A thunderstorm occurred on the 2d. It is W. H. Truesdale instead of Harry Truesdale who is spoken of in connection with the general manage ment of the Rock Island road, suc ceeding E. St. John. Mr. Truesdale, it may be said, is now second vice president of the road, whieh is an elective office, and of course, if he were to assume a managerial posi tion it would be merely in addition the higher duties he now has charge of. - . . . Again disaster has overtaken the torpedo boat, Ericsson. She had just completed the repairs necessitated by the last breakdown of her air pump, and was trying her machinery Saturday under the most promising conditions, when, owing to a collapse 01 a piston rod. tne cylinder sraa smashed and the trial abruptly end ed. The engineering bureau esti mates that it will take six weeks to repair the damage to her machinery. ThefModern Bother has found that her little ones are im proved more by the pleasant laxative, Syrnp of Figs, when in need of the laxative effect of a gentle remedv than by any other, and that it is more acceptable to them. Children enjoy it and it benefits them. The true remedy, Syrup of Figs, is man ufactured by the California Fig Syr np company, only. The A rols delivered everv even ng at your door at 10c a week. Ivory 6oap Mt Floats BEST TOR SHIRTS. THE PROCTER k GAMBLE CO- ClNTL A Intelligence Column. SK TOD IS SSffiJT - IF YOU Want moner Want a cook Want boarders Want a partner Want a situation Want to rest rooms Want a servant girt Want to cell a farm Want to cell a bouse Want to rxchsoee anythltur Want to veil household goods Want to make any real estate loan Want to ell or trade for as Tin) n Want to find customers for anything USE T1IKSK COLUMNS. IBB DAILY ARSTTS DELIVERED ATYOCH door every even! Er for lOe per week. WASTED A YOUNG LADY COMPANION to Work for lart hnard anrl tiv h.linr. References required. Address "J ..n this office. WANTED AT ONCE. A ITRNlsHED HOUSE for the winter, or two furnished room-, with nr wlthnnt tirtnrH M VHara-ria IT u ofl'icc. WASTED POSITION INDOVS BY EX- 'lisw,i.u iTsii tr'iiiK -isia, "iiu ir ivrciirvjr; can 1t,vHt email amount. Adrire "K. F.." ttJS West Second street, Davenport, Iowa. WANTFD A CAPABLE. EXKRGKT'C, RE liable Tfmne man. with from STiim tnsi.itnn cub, capital, too'sen a branch of our bnsim ? in Kock I -land. Best of references required. If you have the money and want a legitimate, pleaa ant office buetnees. tend u your reference and tte wbt otieinen experience you have bad. Auarefia, id. . Borland, 343 Waba?u avenue, Chicago. Reidy Bros. Real Estate, Insurance and Loans. Buy, sell and manage property on commis sion. Collect rents. Room 4, Mitchell & Lynde b'ng. Telephone 1512. Mrs. S. Smith, FI1IE MUD. Mourning Goods A Specialty. , 1805 Second avenue.. ROCK ISLAND. m Don't Let the old year die Until You put a Riverside Range in your house. Make Your wife and family happv And You will be happy. Just Call and examine the latest Improved Riverside Stoves. You will make no mistake. They always bake. DAVID DOX, 1615-1617 Second Ave. Rock Island. eople who Eat Candy Might as well get something appetizing as to eat some thing that isn't. What's the use of buying a poor article when you can get the best for the same money at KRELL & MATH'S? Do you know That we make our own Can dies, and that we know what we are talking about when we say they are line? Do you know That we are displaying a fine line of boxes and baskets suitable for Christmas pres ents, or a fine line of novel ties for schools and churches? Do you know You can buv KRELL & MATH'S Cake's and Tastry at less expense than to make them vourself? Do you know That our Ice Creams and Fruit Ices cannot be excelled? Do you know Kill & HATH? 1716 and HIS Second At. Telephone 1156. Uur Horehound Candy is a sure cure lor cough or cold. Try it. Mclntyre-Reck Goods cn Sole Agents for Bulterick Patterns the best In the world. Voar Attention and interest will surely be centered in our tores thia week crisp, snappy bargains, inch as we) continually offer, keep this the busiest of busy stores. OaSatnrdaywe porrtwd th n'ir llneof"lilMrea'sa W Cloa,of a Mltaa suddenly calM hoins by illsww. wost of the airmrats ate new, none ov.r kive weeks on the rnad Tb discount on tbc emirs line was 0 per seat and we snapped lbs lot. Tills week you get the boned! of oar .nrcnase and ran aae mowey em a arnwec at any of Ihs Mbnes JsrkeU are ladles' sIik. It will pay yoa to Invet t gale If yon want qaalit sad style for Uttla awwiey. To call qnlck. snarp attrition to oar eievaat line of fancy goon; teh!e covers, fancy scarfs ela-nped Inx-ns. etc.. we will sell while th, lot lasts 500 balls of the finest knllilnf silk at per half oanoa ball, ISc, asoaUHc. Se. We will also sell spool embroidery (ilk this week at, pet oosea, ' 100 fancv table mats at 4e and Se. Fid cnsblocs cnly Sc. Umbrellas. 2) food anbre1as. aie'alaad natural sticks at e. 2U) he't r quality, fine Imported cloth, natural sUrk, trio, would be Cheap at $1 Si a drive In line silk umbrellas. H.4S. ... Heavy 'k ambrella. real WilcOsrl and Coneo sticks, handsmely mounti-d with gold and sllrer nsme plate, at (1 .75. ossal price .1" W 1. At fl.fS ae are selling nnr (4 Ens silk ambtvllar, aobb est of sticks, plain and mourned. oni Si H. At (i a drive In men's teavj silk ambrellas. easily worth tt-SO. the price is SI ex. , . , Toe abuvi prices are for this week cnlf and are made as a special 1rdueven' for you to bus for the h3ltday now. The latest Mesa la Bohemian and I owlen h all fleets ia umbrellas now oa sale. Tne latent effects ia ladies' lace neckwear, new and stylUh HoM day offerings in Handkerchief a, cU.tr, fata, sliks, dress goods, etc, now o, e i fur Int. ec:lon. Opportunity Such as we now offer you are seldom tni cannot afford to pass this sale. .T'' A snaaafsrtursr of chins and crockery wiade i '-,, fancy white tableware, rnt-uded for a merchant In st I . """ than a ve tne foods reshipped. be has accepted our t.-rti,. h. and H roes "n sale this aeekat prices n-vrr iviir. b.b 1.1. nl BMiMihlffllultliM.u.auhk.Hl -tll'-ti , vi. nary whtteware. Item i. SO fall St-pleee sets, price per set, t.T. lad i vidua Batters. each Ic: bowls. c:cofe run r ; tea cap and saacee sec w ; piste, each ?; p trb t, , era, each lac, etc , al. far below tbc nsral prk es I jr gonj. J ," ""to Item 2. ' Jardinieres la great variety of decorations. ocly c Liu Item 3. I.C03 Imported French oyster howl, braailfnllv ft j.t,- 1. . mid. no one thinks of selling them for lees than IV. hi,. .... '" will he. while they last, only Mtc The ttrtce i ao low ..... - aoSne thst sm are compelled to Until the quaoUtyto .x ,, Item a. HO dozen lead blown, clear flint else tumblers, te t r . es-h e The earns hendsome'y t aridtd. c. A brtu'-fr'!' thin tumbler for Sc. Tbee are qboot talf, or lest tl.n u. ., Uty limited. Item . t5 chamber sets, while they la., a' Sl.C, We are showlne hsndsoms banquet lamps, fa s'ivc- onr uhle-.etc, at prices which wut claim your aiu nn-n. . bold y.nr trade Our holhlay stock of doll, toys, books, novel: ! , rapidly placed en aale. f. Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co. 1709 and 1711 Second avenue, Rock Island. Poor Turkey . . How he will suffer this week while you are giving thanks for the many goods things that have come to you. We don't propose to let Mr. Turkey suffer alone, OUR PRICES MUST SUFFER thk week so that you may be doubly thank ful. The cut refers to Sideboards, Exten tion Tables, China Closets, Dining Room Chairs, Dinner Sets, Tea Sets, and with all a good Range to roast the turkey properly. THIS IS YOUR CHANCE to buy these goods even if you do not want them until the holidays. Never have such fine goods been offered at such low prices, and such pretty designs too. Step in and see what we have to offer G O. HUCKSTAEDT Terms of payment easy. 1809-1811 Second Avenue. Ifs Like Finding M one y. Should you pass along the street and find a $5 gold piece, most people would naturally consider themselves fortunate at being $5 ahead, but some other fellow would be the sufferer. If you leave home with the intentions of buying a $15 suit or overcoat, call on us and we will guarantee to supply you with an outfit as good in every particular at As Any Other Dealer wilt Offer You at S 5 It's hke finding money, the only difference being that by dealing with us you find $5 which you arc legally entitled to, while the only suffer would possibly be some competitor. $5 saved is found, and that is just what you find in buying one of our celebrated $,0, $,3.50, $,5 or $.8 suits or over coats. They are positively as good every bit, as those you would have to pay $5 more for elsewhere. Any of the suits or overcoats we are selling from $,0 upwards are splendid, all wool fabrics while the suits we have placed on sale at $6.50 and $S 85 are without doubt equal to those you would have to pay $4 more for elsewhere. We don't carry the shoddy satinet kind-the best only. It's like findin-' money to trade with us-all we ask is an opportunity of proving our claims. $10 (3 Underselling Everybody on Everything Every Time.