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6 THE ARGUS, MONDAY, MAT? 20, 1895. CITY CHAT. W. B. Myers, of Ottawa, is in the city. Plenty of nice fresh . strawberries at Hess'Bros'. Men's tan shoes 12.23 cash does it Dolly Bros. Children's dresses 25 cents at Mc- L jntyre-ttecK w. I Silk umbrellas at Mclntyre-Reck Vo. s cost onij eac. Mclntyre-Reck Co. for mattings. See advertisement. .See onr line of men's tan shoes at 12.28 Dolly Bros'. C. W. Negns left last evening for Indiana Mineral Springs. Deputy Collector Lamont's last week's receipts were 1596.90. Read Mclaty re-Reck Co.'s quota tions on mattings on this page. "Mother Goose Extravaganza1 at Harper' theatre Thursday evening. St. Anthony's ' hospital benefit Thursday evening at Harper's the atre. Wax and string beans, new peas, cauliflower, cucumbers, etc., at Hess Bros'. Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Brongh wel comed a eon into their home this morning. To admire those new upholstered goods you must see them at Clemann & Salzniann's. Best quality of umbrellas, new styles, at Mclntyre-Reck Co's. at deeply cut prices. Very special offerings in dress goods at Mclntyre-Reck Co.'s this week. Read advt. For graduating dress and trimming you can save money by buying at Young & McConilis'. Assistant Adjutant Gen. Bayle, of the state militia, spent Saturday and yesterday in the city. Good china mattings only 61c at Mclntyre-Reck Co.'s special matting sale. See advertisement. Mrs. William Zeis and children left this morning for Jacksonville, where "Putty" is playing ball. The Rock Island Industrial home will be formally opened tomorrow night with the inauguration of the annual labor fair. Graduating materials of qualities to suit your pocket book at Young & Mctombi'. tans, ribbons, lace, mitts, flower baskets. There will be one general admis sion price to Harper's theatre Thurs dav evening SO cents, with 25 cents extra for reserved seats. Twenty-minute cars were started in the Tower line this morning, and the schedule will so provide far the remainder of the summer sca.-nn. Dr. Merryman, formerly of Moline, arrived from Texas this morning. He has sold out his practice at Iowa City and is planning to locate in Chicago. The admission to the "Mother Goose Kxtavaganza" at Harper's theater Thursday evening will be 50 cents, with 25 cents e?tra for re served scats. Mrs. Ben T. Cable has gone to Iowa City to attend the funeral of George Ball, who died there Saturday, aged b.. The deceased was a rela tive of Mrs. Cable. V. W. Wallace was bound over to the circuit coi'rt in f.VV) bonds Sat urday afternoon by Magistrate Schroeder for burglarizing Khmer & Khmer'a marble shop. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stanbach's 3-d ays' old daughter. May, died Sat urday of spasms. Burial took place from tke resilience, ia06 rourtn ave nue, yesterday morning. See the great Borani Brothers in their wonderful disapiearingact and the unequalled Octavio king of the wire at tho Watch Tower theatre this evening. Entertaining bill for all. Mrs. Robert Bennett, Jr., sub mitted to a surgical operation jester day at the hands of Drs. C. C. Carter and Carl Hern hard i. and her friends will be giad to know she is recover ing nicely. At yesterday's labor meeting at Hillier's hall it was decided to invite Henry Muller, of Chicago, who is in the city, to deliver an address at the opening of the Industrial home next luesday evening. A horse in a team driven by Os wald Norton created a little excite ment on Nineteenth street yester day morning by rearing up and refus ing to walk 4-footcd. The harness was somewhat damaged. A party of Rock Island attaches of isme isanu, inciuuing r. . xeuning. chief clerk to the superintendent and Ticket Agent King, spent yester day in this city sight seeing, visum Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. u CREAM MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Crape Cresm of Tartar Powder. Free torn Ammonu, Aiumwanyouwraauneram. the arsenal and other points of inter est. George Hartung was ran oyer by rig, driven by William Siemon. of this city, in Moline Saturday night. Siemon was arrested, but the case was dismissed 00 his settling with Hartung, who was iijared about the face. House paints at McCabe's tomor row morning, oee new aa. og gestitns for graduating souvenirs. Specials on silk mitts, on rugs and Dantsu carpets, ana golden opportn- ty in China silks; Habutat and China silks, worth (1, 50 cents per ard. Come, come, one and all to the sale at George Sutcliffe's wall paper store, corner Second avenue and Fif teenth street. A big cut on all pa pers and borders, and a large stock to select from. Sale begins Monday and will continue until all is sold. Come early. Now is the chance of your life to get your house cleaned and freshened p for a small amount of money, utcliffe has made a cut on his stock f wall paper that no one can com pete with. Come over early before it s picked over, butcuffe means bus net's. Corner Second avenue and if teen th street. "Come and see for yourself first come first served" sava S utcliffe. "It will take about one week to close ont my stock of paper at the prices I am selling at. Here are a few of my prices to show you: 121c paper for 5c and 5c paper at 2c a roll, and a iscount or 62 per cent on all border. Corner Fifteenth street and Second avenue. Mrs. Hattie Frysinger, of Milan, thinks, upon explanation on the part 1 her daughter, fcadie rysinger. that an injustice was done the latter in having her taken from a train at Moline a few days ago under the im pression that she was running away. and is satisfied that the girl was merely enroute to visit relatives at Rock Falls. I. V. McFlinn & Co's. wonderful trained ponies, dogs, bears, deer and roonkevs. Don t fail to see the box- nK dogs, Corbett & Fitzsimmons. The greatest performing animal show on earth will exhibit at the corner of Thirteenth street and Fifth aveune three days only. May 23, 24 and 25. Doors open at 1 and 7 p. m. Admis sion to all 10c. Anyone wanting to purchase a car pet should do so at once as the best grades of carpets have not been so low for 30 years, and the latest re ports from the great carpet mills of the world are that prices will be much advanced in a very i-hort time. those who are thinking of busing should avail themselves of the oppor- unity and make their selections from the enormous stock now to be found at Clemann & Salzmann's. There was a lively disturbance on Market square about 9 o'clock last night, a couple of men with a little too mneh excitement fluid on board. exercising their vocal power reso nantly with epithets of all colors and vowing to annihilate one another. Quite a crowd assembled to witness the bloody battle, but when th par- lcipants beard the copper s approah- ng footsteps they vanished without damages to cither's countenance. Sutcliffe will start today to make a cut that will make the people smile tbat are looking lor bargains, for be s going to nearly give it away. It doesn't make any difference to von how much he paid for this wall paper he is going to sell; it is 10c and 12Je paper for 5c a roll and 5c paper for 2c a roll; a discount of 25 per cent on all borders. Remember this cut is made all through the stock. Fine paper will be sold at prices nevre heard of before at George .Sutcliffe's, corner of Second avenne and Fifteenth street. Fair and continued cool weather today and Tuesday, light northerly winds. Frost is probable tonight. Today's temperature, 54. F. J. Walz. Observer. Xlekl Plat Stamp Holder. Send eight cents in postage stamps to c . Kjan, ass t u. r. A. c & u. R'y.. Cincinnati, O-, for this unique vest pocket stamp holder. There is not one Tobacco Chewer in a who does not enjoy LORILLARD'S CLIMAX PLUC. INTELLIGENCE COLUMN. TIJASTED-A GOOD COOK AT 719 ELM I If street. w 7ANTKO A COMP3TEST COOK AT MRS. Mi rris RowniU'la . JOR RKVT FCMIIED ROOMS. APPLY at 1810 ThirJ avenue. w ANTED A GOOD GIRL FOR GKNKBAT. I hiurewark at ! Fiit amine. w AXTED A GOOD FOR GENERAL boutcwork ". 4tA Twenty third street. WANTED TWO ENERGETIC MEN ta.e order. Elian ins before ft a. m. IX Pun?, 3l iwtntleta ttrett. TO W. COUNTY BUILDISK. Trmnfera. 17 Caroline L. Warner to John Konoskr, part out lot 1, John War ner's sub-div.. Rock Island. $700. Licet to Wed. Mar 18 George A. Griffin. Mrs. Sadie Clark Atwood, Galesburg. ?OR SALE A GOOD COOK STOVE, IIARD I coal Km ner ami Mann, mil in good condition. Call at 749 rwe&ty third etreet. fl.TANTEl A GOOT GIRL FOR GENERAL if boow rk. a nililitl. at? - d iron trrfeircd. acuti -v. v. a. care or a no us. I OST O KTIMYEO A GRAY GELD TNG 5 I J y ar ol J. FtiMier DleM rto'i v tie rt-Citv Jiicv ric priDBic tump any. UBTturi, lowa. WANTED-A FrTTATTOX TO TAKE CARS " of h'ttarn and ne e -i erallT u serai a boa the nouee in a private ram it: ran rire eoxi refer ence! AadrtrSll. i iio, Aledo, HI , box Sv5 MEN WANTED DO YOU WANT WORK? I have the finest line of hontehoM r oi In I tne country ; rood wairt can be mad : nu exrer- lence or invt9'mt necessary : teriy work. I Call f o n 8 to 10 in f rn on.4 t6 in afternoon Cnailes tfuTin. Commercial hotel. 1 AGEXT8 WANTED FOR STANDARD MAPS, I A'tai. UnrTrlotediao. Btk-. Art rD'o-l am non. vc o f ivj. M-na bile I;r 1 w an Met u. 8. and wofid. aix feet lone, beautifully I cnlorvd. livl seller, no exjeifence needed, aella I iTfr. ex. lusive territory. tLtuo, McNatly & Co., I tnica. ITANTED A FlrtST CLASS BC-"NE8 MAN f to tm recent the Ph ni Carey Vniiafnrtur- rr com- anv in ihia t'r itory in the aaleof i a-eya I niaip:eia flexible cenit-rt ronfime "8 ne bat 1 meu (jT ubtiry a- a ftusn, aa we i mm with a o l l re'freucc. neei aipiv. Auarcfs wmiaai ii. Kiiiruo, Harper bou. WANTED AN TO COLLECT, ALSO SOME tiffce work. No fanva-Mtjii. You deal with leaipir m-rchntf. Somthins enir y netr and err Mipa!r. iood y. Herminfid; can be nnno ca in connection wif omer iuineMi sena refereLce (ft nr and loclnfre 10 cent to cover cot in tendinff fall particular. Intar-State oompony, o. bio Olive street, i-t. Loo if. Mo. TREASURY DF.PARTMSNT, OFFICE f-f- A pcrviAinkf Areh'tfct. Wa-hmp n. IK .. May 7. li'.. sealed i ivposai will be iree vei at till ornce ntittl 3 o'clmk p. m. on he T h av of I June. IM5. and pin-d immediitt-ly therraft-r. for all the iawr mini r att rttta rrijulred for thai reckon ann comn efon (ixnpr hLaiinjr apj.ara-m-)of trie 1". r otnee br.lldinir nt Hock 11- and, lllinoi-, tnacrdaf c wi'fi the drawinira and nt ertilcaiim a. cottier of wnlch otay be hud at in at tc-. or tne omce or tne tuper atendent I at It-K-K l-l:ri, l noi. f.ac3 hid innat be "C- rtrniptidfd by a cert 'Bed cber:K fr iqt not leaa I ihtu it-r cent or the atuo nt f t. e ftrottopjl. Th. rich! in riMTVfd to n-jeet any it all b d-. I and to Hiif any defe-1 rr informIfty 'n any bid t-ntu id u be dt-eme I m Ine liit-rert ol :h fov- ernneit' tofio o. Ail pm.MMU rectivttl after the tid e Mated will tw ritarned to t e bidden. rropOMala mnt re enclosed in envelope, a akd ant m rked. 'Prtpnsl for the Kreeiion ard Comwrfioa 4-xc-t bfntinar f niratn) cf the I . . rofiomce ar nt k iciMtiu. ii.inoi-." an t aa- dn-nredto WILLIAM MAKiIN AIKEN, Miper- VMintc Arcaiucu WANTED 10 Men To licit ordtrs for hardy nurery stocY, ortia- mental trie and shrubs; H'.h citj tnd conntrj work. Big pa); mmd work; god Urrliory nc ir bmne L. L. MAY & CO., St. Taul, Minn. TURN YOUR BACK On those who aim to destroy your health by trying to sell you anything bnt a . . Leonard Cleasabla Refrigerator. SOO screen doors, plain or fancy. 300 window screen flyers. SOO window screens, Dodd's pat. 150 refrigerators, all styles and sizes. . 72 Home and Hero ice cream freezers. 87 Qnickmeal Gasoline stoves. 23 gas stoves, every style and size. 14 M. & D. steel ranges. 62 Home Riverside stoves and ranges. The above goods are all of the very best makes, and if yon are in terested in any of them "it will pay you to get our prices. DAVID DON, 1615-1617 Second Ave. KRELL & MATH, Hang on the Corner 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 question of where to go 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 have 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 in price. Mc I nty re-Reck Dry Goods co. Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns Buy Standard Sewing Machines. Mattings. Matting season is over with the importer. W closed a good many lots of from 1 to 6 pieces of a kind and place on sale the last shipment of fine, high grade mattings that will be offered this season at any where near these prices. A 6Ue 15 ro:i fane Ch'na matt Inc.. hon!d be 1 JHc At H'iC S ro If Unej matttsKS, worth 16s. A t lti' ! tollt ifit effrciti, wa'd b irod Tain: at tlHe. At ? rot 8 Trrs pretty pattern in matting, worth 3c at S toI'. ext-a Mirrted ttnrk of matttrg. bonld be Sc At Sic 8 roll of the best 35c and 4Ue mat ing, more deeiraole than catpe. for rummer use. Aprons and Dresses. 10 doa children' rnffl d inwii at. ac 25c. S5osaotnerMirlea!.3(lcSc,41c, 57. 63c ami (Sc. all rery mneh below tegular price for tbete garaent. You cant afford to make thrm. For one week w effer out Ptlre tnett o' cb'ldren white rlres apron, worth from 50e to SI. 48 c.S 49e. S9c and Dttc Excellent asaurimeut of tjl:, laca and embroidery lrimo:el and very delrable. Dress Goods. - SO pie.e aew and atyllfh prlrr dreaa gord In check and mix tore, were .V and 48e ayrd. at only e. 15 pl.ee 36 and 3Sinch fancy wooi drea goods S2c, Sic and tSz, for one week, tine. Standard Sewing Machines. Ftandard machine are the bet to boy becanae the easlct nnnlnz and mot reliaBle. Price (11 aw! up. I aually (55 and op. We are sile agents. Umbrellas. Umbrellas for sun and rain at amazingly low prices. High grade, best quality umbrellas at low grade prices. Nary fern (ilk ana umbrella, acasla. crooks, worth fx, win be 1 48. Good eeree s'lk tight rot omtrellaa, imported ateel rod, Dresden ball heads worth IS. at fx. 18. Elegant taffeta ilk. tight roll fmbreV. with silt er name plate oa clap, soaetbing n(wjand,woith H. at S3 S. Gent 6-tnch tight roll ailk ambr.Uas wllh'.leatherlcaae, '.at :SS XL TJtnal value S3. Che apeake ailk ambreUa", famoma the coan'ry orer,'kuraally 13.75, this week S.M. Erery Cbeaapeakenmbrella'gasranteed for onejyear. A special dtlreln serge silk Mragon frame nmhrellas, nice natural crook, a: eat; would be a bantaln at $1 S3. Tinot think of pnrrhwln-atMirasol withoat flrtt feeine; what we are offering, tlaaiiiy considered we are la price, aa always, the cheap est Men's Shirts. Two very special drives for this week. Item 1 Excellent tSc nnlanndered shirts, tne Hnca bosom, rape rior nulla, patent ream reinforced, only 47c. Item tLanndrfrtd shirts, well made and flaiahed, wh'ch yon cant match for less than C5e elsswhere, we will sell at 47c. Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co. 1709 and 1711 Second avenue. Rock Island. John Koch, Sr., Headquarters for BICYCLE SUPPLIES. AGENT FOR Ajax Bicycles. BICYCLES MADE TO ORDER. A Bicycle repaired with neatness and dispatch. 218 Market Square. HARDWARE! Mixed House And Floor Paints, Lawn Mowers, Rubber Hose, Refrigerators, Wash Machines, Etc., Etc. FRANK ILL 1610 Third avenne. KRELL & ill ATI I, Party Supplies. Ice Cream, Soda, And Phosphates. Phone 1156. 1716-1718 Second Av. PARKER'S ILanndry, WashN Swythlng Fran a Fins Silk Eudktrehlef to a Oircni Ttnt. Lttt Cartalni Bpsdalty, No. 1724 Third Ave. A. M. PeVRTKKR. Telephone No. 1214. MADAM KELLOGG, Will during the month of May make dresses at reduced prices. Perfect fit and neat finish guar anteed. $5.00 Reduction to Pupils Taking Full Course In Mme. Kellogg's System of Dress Cutting and Making. Former pupils are cordially invited to visit the school and profit by instructions in measurements and helpful talk upon scientific and artistic dressmaking every Thursday at 2 p. m. ' Mme,. Kellogg, Ry&ii Block, Second Floor, Davenport LATEST NOVELTIES IN UBV7 H GOODS OA BK IKM AT E. F. DORN, The New Merchant Tailor. 1822 SECOND AVE Harper Hons Block Court Colllac. Jndze Bigelow reconvened court this afternoon, and the McLniry iljmiii' suit was continued, with J. O. Hanson, for eight years a carrier at the postoflice, on the stand. The plaintiff's attorneys' failure to produce the original declaration for reference tbis afternoon caused t be court to order a recess until such lime as they could furnish it or pre pare a new one. World's Colusahlan Eipoaitloa ras of value to the world bv illus trating the improvements in the mechanical arts, and eminent physi cians will tell jou that the progress in medicinal agents has been of equal importance, and as a strengtbing laxative tbat bvrup of rigs is far in advance 01 all otbers. Reidy Bros. Ad Real Estati Insurance and Loans. Boom 4, Mitchell & Lynde b'ng. Telephone 1002. B WINTER, Rudy's Pile 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 Rudy. Lancaster, Pa. For sale by T. 11 Thomas and Hartx & Bahnsen. drug gists, kock isianu. in. B'pmnUtm Uitt 1 Meltrr. Washisotos. May SI Secret ary Grssh. am hat quiet, restful d&y. Rpisen- tatlTf Hill a condition was the best ainua fais illness assuiih-d such a critical stage. Parks1 Tea is a great blood purifier I and cleanser. A pleasant herb drink I which moves the bowels without pain. griping or discomfort. Sold by Hartx Wboitaals Paalar aaWI rmponar f Wines and Liquors. Have just received, unpacked and placed in readiness another large shipment of MEN'S SUITS at $7.39. These suitsby far surpass anything ever shown in this or any other city at anywhere near this price. You must not fail to see our lin6 of MEN'S SUITS AT $3.98. They are not the common pointed satinet kind. We carry i i guuu guuu& uniy. n - y .1 40 YEARS THE STANDARDS Ullemeyer. ! Md 1118 Third Av Headquarters for Boys Novelties. r , a-a.