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rHE ARGUS, TUESDAT". APRIL. 30. 1895.
J. E. Montrose left for Chicago last
Strawberries and pineapples at
Strawberries and pineapples at
W. A. Ehleb's.
Ringling Bros1, shows at Daven
Mrs. Charles McIIagh went to Tis.
" Vilwa this morning.
Post matter John Vanderburgh, of
Cordova, was in the city today.
Wax and green beans and other
fresh vegetables at W. A. Chleb's.
Master Joseph llaislip, of Chicago,
is visiting Master Charles Negus.
Messrs. John Crubaugh and E. W.
Hnrst returned from Nebraska this
Mrs. M. Jacoben, of Frederick.
111., is visiting her daughter. Mrs.
Wax and string beans, green peas.
Bermuda onions and head lettuce at
Deputy Collector Lamonfs inter
nal revenue receipts for last week
Tomorrow will be show day. Ring
ling Bros'., who take a back seat to no
body, will pitch tents at Davenport.
Charles Uibrecht. an old resident
of Davenport, suicided by hanging
yesterday" morning. He was 08 years
Tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock
we offer for 75 cents a ladies' 1 Ox
ford, all solid. First come, first
served be in time; don't get left
The ladies of the Baptist chnrch
will have a pie -and cake sale for the
benefit of the church at Kingsbury's
store next Saturday.
Whiting Allen, of the advance
staff of Beveridge's Montana Wildest
West, which is to be seen in Rock
Island April 9, is in the city today.
Special Oxford sale 75 cents a
pair not more than two pair to a
customer. They are positively
worth fl a pair 9 a. m. tomorrow
Krell & Math received their hand
some new soil a fountain apparatus
yesterday. It is of Mexican mahog
any and exceedingly artistic and
attractive in design.
The new train service on the R. I.
& P. offers unequaled time to points
in central and southern Illinois, In
diana and Ohio. For time of trains
see schedule in this paper.
The county assessors at a meeting
this afternoon fixed the basis of assess
ment for the coming year, personal
properly being assessed one-fourth
of value, and land taxation the same
as last year, when it was about one
third of valuation.
J. S. Wivill arrived from Chicago
yesterday to spend the summer. We
thought the opening of the ball sea
son would bring Jinimic back to
ns. Base ball without him in the
press box would be like base ball
without an umpire.
Congressman (leorge W. Prince is
coming to Rock Island from Rales
burg in a manner that will thor
oughly familiarize him with the dis
trict he is to represent in congress.
With his friends he is driving across
the country. He was at Cable yester
day and expected to reach Rock
Island tonight or tomorrow morning.
John F. Cook, passenger agent for
the Davenport & Rock Island railway
company's Watch Tower excursion
business, has issued a circular an
nouncing the opening of the season
at the Tower tomorrow, in which be
says: -Black Hawk Watch Tower
will be formally opened May 1 for
the season of 1S95. No expense hav
ing keen spared in the improvements
of this historic spot, it is now one of
the most attractive summer resorts
imaginable. Krell & Math, the well
known caterers, of Kock Island, have
taken charge of the -Inn" and will
be prepared to furnish meals or
lunches, thus affording the visitors
unsurpassed comforts and conven
iences in the spacious dining room,
cafe and ball room. Band concerts
and vaudeville attractions daily, after
noon and evening. A summer thea
tre has been erected wherein attrac
tive summer oi eras will be given at
very moderate rates. Special atten
tion given excursion parties visiting
the three cities, who may. by ad
dressing me previous to tbeir com
ing, arrange for special trains and
their entertainment at the Watch
I)o too ask for a trst of SZOD05T5 power.
Just talk to a Tad? far ball an hoar;
It her brestl 14 sweet, if faer teeth are wMt.
If her sum ae clean If her ?nm are bright.
If h r m u h I pure md her teetl ar.- clean.
She aees the S. Z J'JOST. then, we ween.
Highest Honors World's Fair.
Hillsdale, April 29. Charles
Gerhardt went to Bock Island Mon
day on business.
w lUiam Hawk is bnilding an addi
tion to his house in Coe.
Miss Ella Goldsworthy went to
Moline Mondav to resume dressmak
ing at that place.
No services at tne l. is. cnurcn
Sunday on account of the recent
painting of the interior.
unnt uonanoo is pusning tne wore
on his new house, which will be
modern in structure, and will be
heat bv furnace.
Mrs. Emma Golden is failing in
health, and it is now neiessarv to aid
her in shifting her position on ac
count of weakness.
Mr. Goldsworthy will this week
add a new $500 milk separator to his
creamery, the large increase in pat
ronage demanding this second separator.
Rev. Millard was called to Mt.
Carroll Sunday t conduct a funeral
service of an old parishioner at tbat
place. Consequently there were no
services at Bethel last Sunday.
Sundav morning closed the earthly
career of Frank Quade, who has been
a patient sufferer for many weary
months at first with diseased bone
of the foot, necessitating amputation
last falL Later a complication set
n which caused his death Sunday
morning. Deceased was a bright
young man, haying many warm
friends. Interment will be at trie.
i MM v t V aw
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Crspe Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
Mom Ammonia, Alum or any ouicr aauueran.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
Hampton. April 29. W. L. Black
returned home Saturday from Rock
Island, where he has been clerking at
the Harper house.
Mr. and Mrs. alter Kllis, of Jlo-
ine, visited with Mrs. Ellis' parents.
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Underwood, Sun.
Joseph Hermes left Saturday for
Beloit, Wis., to attend the funeral
Sunday of Mr. Farley, of Cordova.
E. C. Henlme and .! Kobeson
mado a trip to the tri-cities on their
brant Richmond and family, of
Geneseo, spent Saturday and Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer fleet.
G. B. Henry returned a week ago
Saturday from a business trip to Chi
cago, bringing with him Freeman
Johnson, who has been an inmate of
the Presbyterian hospital for about a
J. . Kicnmond, tne ueneseo
nurseryman, delivered last week the
finest lot of nursery stock that has
been delivered in this part of the
country for some years.
A contest for tne Ltemorest medal
took place at the Congregational
church last Saturday evening. The
contestants were six in number.
The first prize was won by Miss Helen
Hunt, and the second by James Max
well. The judges were Miss Maud
Babcock, of Watertown, and Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Richmond, of Geneseo.
April 26. Phebe Waltson to Ben
jamin Dill, lot 7, block 35, Andalu.
sia. f 150.
E. n. Guver to Charles A. Hayes,
lot 7, block 37. Andalusia, $-5.
Benjamin Dill to C. A. Haves, lot
7, block 35. Anda'nsia, $150.
William Strohmeier to C. A Hayes,
lot 8, block S5, Andalusia, $25.
Licensee to Wed.
27 Nels O. Peterson. Miss Ulrika
Fred Schuett. Mrs. Paulina Schuett,
Flit Hartwell in her last svndicate
article says: -I don't recommend
anv special brand of tea for afternoon
o'clock. I do, however, know all
about the best tea to take at night.
Parks' Tea will certainly clear Your
complexion and purify your blood.
lou will be surprise! at tne im
provement if you take a cup of Parks'
Tea each night. Sold by II art 2 &
A. F. A. M. Attention.
Rock Island Lodge No. 65$ and
sojourning Masons are invited to
meet with Trio Lodge No. 57 A. F. &
A. M. at Masonic Temple, tomorrow
at 1 o'clock p. m., to assist in the
funeral of our late brother, J. M. Mc-
Bv order of W. M.
W. B. Pettit, Sec'y.
Woodmen, Attention !
All members of C. W. Hawes camp
No. 1550, are requested to meet at
their hall this evening to arrange
for the funeral of Neighbor James
McConoch-e. J. R. Reames, . C.
J. F. Mt'KGEK, Clerk.
Fair weather and stationary tern
perature today; possible showers to
night or Wednesday; cooler Wednes
day, lodav's temperature. 86.
F. H. Drrr. Obtxrver.
Madge Tucker and her company
were greeted by 'a large audience at
Harper's theatre last evening. The
play, "Man and Master," while not
new here, was admirably presented.
For a popular priced enterprise the
company is a good oue. and is fully
deserving of a continuance of the
patronage which attended the open
ing performance. Some clever and
? leasing specialties were introduced,
onight, -His Lordship," an Eng
lish comedy, will be given.
Oh! My Back.
A good many tired men and women
could get rid of that pain in their
back 11 tney woa'4 try farts' dure
Cure for the Liver and Kidneys.
The trouble is usually there, and
farts' Sure Cnre reaches and cures it
Sold bv Hartz & Ullemever.
Brings comfort and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly ns?d. The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, wi tb
let j expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
the needs of physical being, will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Pvrup of Figs
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
and permanently curng constipation,
it has given satisfaction tc millions and
let with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid
neys Liver and BoweLs without weak
ening them and it 13 perfectly free from
very objectionable substance.
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug
gists in 50c and $ 1 bottles, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
package, also the nane, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute if oilered.
ROOVB FOH KKNT FritNUIIED ASD UN
fa. niabed. 1717 Second avenue.
;OR SALE A GOOO STRRT. WILL SELL
cheap if taken soon. ronth Park erocery.
ANTED FIRST CLASS lRKSM AKING
flnbber. Mrs. Law -on. 161 1 Secoi.d avenue.
WAX TED -TO RENT A ROOM HOCSB,
centrally located. Adaiess 8." Ahul's
DOR SALE AT A BrOIV, ONE COnK
stove, one refrieeraior acd ball tree. In-
qnlre at 4412 Seventh avenue.
WANTED TOTAL AGENTS FOI THE
DanifherlT Visible Writing Typewriter.
Daughertr typewriter company, Cuicagq, 111.
FOR PENT A FIRST CLASS 0-ROOM
hone. wMh all the n odern Improvement :
rrntrallr loratcd. Atmlv to M. A. Uriswold A
Co., 1510 Second avenue.
Rndy's Tile Suppository is guar
anteed to cure piles and constipa
tion, or money refunded. Fifty cents
per box. Send stamp for circular
and free sample to Martin Kudy.
Lancaster, Pa. For sale by T. H
Thomas and Harts & Bahnsen. drug
gists. Rock Island. 111.
Kot Consistent XTitb a Title.
Madge I don't like tbat t jreijrucr,
and I don't believe he's a count at nil.
Mamie Why not? Ho seems to know
all the nobility.
Madge I know, but he's actually
got money of his own. Chicago Kic
Children Cry for
WASTED RePECTABLE Ht!DDLB-AiED
worn in I t live with fantlv of two. Good
plnce for the right person. Address A Aauis
WANTED TWO INTELLIGENT HOYS,
havlne Kennt Irawiuf. Hook Island Art
Stained Glass 'omt at.e. Mliam A. Fischer,
manager, -in r-evenieenio street
FOUND A POCKKT-BOOK CONTAINING
some xnonev. Owner ran have same by
canine on 4. A liainewsv. 413 r ootle n o street.
ana a scrining same ana pa) ing tor tn s ad.
TO MAKE BM MONEY -EI.LING OfR KLEC
A trie I slephoce. Bert seller on eartb. fnt
an complete M to ret np; lines of any dis
tance. rrarttral e ectric telepbone. nor
agents matin S.", lo (li a day ea-y. Everybody
bur-; hi money wlthont work. Pris low.
Aneone can make $7 pr m m . Artilr -. W.
r. namroo c lier -o. ll.(.'olaaibua,obio.
WHT DO PEOPLE COMPLAIN OF HARD
times. ben say woman or nian can make
from i io Sid a das ftlT. A:) have hear.1 of t a
wonderrm sneet s of the Climax Dish Washer;
yet many are apt to think they can't make money
sellliit it ; hat aujor.e tan mnke tuoi y. because
evrrr family want one. one arent has made
473 9 in the at thre: motto?, a ter pa ing all
exp bse-aaa arienaicu in reiu ar dqii es be
sides. Yon rion't have to canvass; as soon as
People t now yon have it f ir re thvv send for a
dth washer. Address the I mai M'g. co.,45
omit xct, v.iuuuu uuu, lor particulars.
LET CS SWEAR
Our Eternal Friendhip
Everybody docs with the)
Leaaari Cleaaabla Refrigerator.
The Leonard Cleinable Kefrigeratm take the
cake. Elegant styles, hard wood, antique finish.
Warranteed not to sweat, and to preserve Ice and
food better thin any other. Fines removable for
cleanliness. Air tight locks, soiid iron shelves,
charcoal filled and paper sheafed. Six walls to
preserve the ice, zinc lined. Ask for our anm-
plete catalogue and get our net prices before yon
buy. Water cooler furnished In any style de
Mclntyre-Reck Dry Goods co.
Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns Buy Standard Sewing Machines.
That wins and holds trade, that trives much and asks
for little, is what guides the conduct of this business.
Values rowing greater all the time, prices less. The
same price or less than you are often asked for quali
ties not 60 good.
Crockery and Glassware.
Carefnl look i of over the market, and shrewd ha vine enables tt
plsce belo-o you tome crockery and glassware banalas at much leaa
than un4l pr.ces
a barre .f tbia flint lass tumb'.srs. neatly banded, at Sc. or BOc a
JSbarrcls of elegantly engraved thin tumblers, each tc, sr 13c a
About ha! the usua' prices for such goods.
Julienne French Soup Bowls.
After a We delay we bare mrrted l.oon Ja!teane French snip
bowls decora t., I ia blur SLd gold. I anally sold at ISc; u' la the lot
lasts the price will be Me.
bt as saanv . possible may get some of these bowls we will
limit the quantity 6 to a customer
Imported LaRWls p trhera, the newest shapes, beautifully decor
ated and Sn'Shed in gold s.i -pie work, at :tlc and tsc.
New "ohemtaa silts and peepers with nickel tops, at S for S5c
Uses My He lo 15e each
Tbl- w-ek we will sell at anwaneMe low pHres a Sue assortment r.f
Dresden cut i:iass warre y distiiicuishshle fr m the real The lot m
vers enmp'eta. and Ins'ndea coble', wines, berry dishes, nut bowls,
bonbons. ee!ery trays, etc. Some of this ware, at the prices we name,
win be not o. ly atcfol, but a necessity la any home, tnd la very ornament!.
Silks and Dress Goods.
Very special values in silks and dress goods for
little money. SO pieces of desirable dress (roods,
mostly recent purchases, per yard, 22)c The lot
embraces dress poods worth up to 48c a yard, and
will melt away like magic.
JTew Imported' black fircred mohilrs, wort 6V. at STli a varJ.
Clegant Si-inch imported serge, navy and black, worth SI a yard,
la silks aa nnnsnsl opportunity to buy at mtch ln'ow usual price.
We ffer while tbey list blark Faille. Gr-wgram, Pcan de Soie and
Armure, none wotth less than $1 a yard, at SSj. Yoa will have to tie
prompt to Ket Uttm.
Parjalns to be snapped ni quieV.
Mi white crrchet quiits at 63c. 87e is what we nsusUr get.
SO crochet quilts, handsome patterns. $1 qual-.ty at 77c
ftl Marseilles patiern qnilta. worth $1.15. at S4c.
S cosaa super quality, new basket work effect quilts, worth (l.Cz,
About 30 slightly soiled qollU, worth T58Tc and (I, we throw in
one lot at, each Sue.
Si'kbi l's. complete with handsome buckle, while th;y last, SV and
SSi. Jatt half real value
Standard Sewing Machines.
The Standard sewing maebinea sre the best, fans' price iilo $
our prices f SI, ;S4, tH and t-U Folly guaranteed.
Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 1711 Second avenue. Rock Island.
1615-1617 Second Ave.
Any day during busi
ness hours and watch
the pleased expressions
of our customers as
they emerge from our
doors, and you'll begin
to see that we are the
people when it comes
to a qnestion of where
to jro for
For Si mmer Drinks.
Krell & Math.
. We have it on reliable
authority that at Krell &
Math's confectionery you
can have every kind of cake
except the stomach ache;
you can't bave that there at
any price, as the confection
ery made by Krell & Math is
pure, fresh and wholesome.
Considering its high quali
ty, too, it is very reasonable
Buck's Steel Ranges
A WROUGHT STEEL RANGE
Bakes quicker, bakes more evenly, has
greater capacity, uses less fuel, burns
coal or wood, and lasts longer than
any other style of Cooking Apparatus.
KRELL & MATH,
1716-1718 Second Av.
It Pays to Buy the Best
As there are so many imitations offered. It is a waste of
time, patience and money to buy an inferior Range.
Don't BUY a Range
Before you have seen a Buck's Steel
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT
We close at 6:30 evenings
1809-1811 Second Avenue.
Of New York City..
With all parts used in the con
struction of the Piano Forte, and
have overhauled some of the
finest-pianos in the city, and do
all work at factory prices, and
guarantee to repair any high
grade piano and restore it to its
former qualitT of tone.
F. L. & C. C. TAYLOR.
1 Xpert Piano Taaera, aciioa and
Tone re rat store.
Kepair Rooms 143 Second avenue.
Hie Improved Sartuow Panis
And the Warranted Not-to-Rip Union-Made
SWEET, ORR & CO. PANTS for Men.
1 hese are the Best Made Trousers in the Land.
We have just received a large shipment of both these celebrated
makes, and in order to thoroughly introduce these lines we have
placed on Sale
500 Pairs of the $1.00 quality Sandow Pants at 50C
200 Pairs of the Sweet, Orr & Co., $3.50 Pants at $2.50
-'JP'fiijJnnA,tf ik. .
PERftcr I T ?J Q
S . &&L sj
SEWED WITH SILK AND LINEN.
WARRANTED NOT TO RIP.