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THE ABGUa MONDAY, APRIL 13, 1896. CITY CHAT. 8 teams' blcjcle. Improva tbfl levee. MoC'atVt ipriog opening tale. Mo ae t lota at BeMy Bros. McCabe's spring opening tale. Big cut Id prices at Dollj Bros'. The beat broom Lee's Little Gen. Insure your property with Reidy Bro. Largest pansies ia the city at Eck kart't. Eckhart's, aeadqaartf-rs for Bsh tog tackle. The council holds an adjourned ticn tonight. Subscribe for Tut Akocs and get portrait free of cash. If you want to sell jour property list it with Reidy Bros. Special lace curtain sale at Mcln. tyre-Keck Co's. Read ad. Juliets in tan and black $1.10 at Dolly Bros'. Former price 11. AO. J. F. Manger came down from Ful ton and spent Sunday with his fam ily. Go to Eckbart's for tinware, granite iron ware, kitchen supplies, etc. A barber shop that advertises It self at 1825 Second avenue. Louis Schmidt. The internal revenue collections of Deputy J. II. turnout for last week amounted to 133.40. Polo and liitures free with lace curtains at ft. 60 and over at Mcln-tyre-Keck Co's. Read ad. Dimities in stripes and Persian ef fects, worth 12) cents to IH cents, for 8) cents at Young ft McCombs'. Shirt waist? Yes. at Mclntyre Reck Co's. New lots received last week. Lowest prices. Read ad. Importers' samplos and odds and ends of lace certains at bargain prices at Mclntyre-Keck Co's. Read ad. Special opening sale cut prices at McCabe's spring opening sale every day this week. Explore tho store. Andalusia also has an aspirant for the coronernbip. He is II. V. Ballard and he made hi first rally in yester day's Union. One bnndred and flfty lane capes, worth 25 cents to 35 cents; take as many a yon want for 9 cents each at Young & M t- Co rn lis'. lowet price in wall paper, in fact beyond competition, at the Adams all Paper company 't. Save money and see them. Speoial sale of men's unlaundried shirts at Mclntyre-Reck Co's. some corking bargains which cannot be duplicated. Read ad. Hosiery and corsets at .McCabe's tomorrow. See fifth page. Special cut prices each and every day. Keep posted; watch the papers. Wall paper and room mouldings te mateh a tine stork. (Jo in the mornings when yon can to the Adams Wall Paper company's. Phil Mitchell goes to Springfield tomorrow to attend the meeting of the easeutive council of the Bankers' Association of the State of Illinois. St. Joseph's choir repeated its Easter mass yesterday morninc There was also a solo by Bert Wes- ner, oi me Anna r Davis company. Rogers' genuine triple plate knives and forks li knives and six forks advertised at l and 2.97. Young ft MrCombs' price $2.39 per set. Miss Anna Hueing bss been pro moted to the position of money order and registry clerk at the postoflloe, ami John B. Corkon appointed stamp clerk. Karly Ubio and R010 seed potatoes, clover, timothy, blue grass and grass scvl ami a complete line of garden and flower seeds at K Kusch niann's Half-wool challies, dark grounds, blacks and navies, shonld be 14 cent; they ail go at 7 cents per yard at the'hlg store of Young A Mc Cumtis'. Watch tho dairy papers for special adititional daily bargains to be thrown out each and every day this wet-k at Mi'l'abo Bros', spring "open lug sale. M. A. (ioalil. of South Moline, an nounces bis desire to succeed Mr. Pad'lork as county surveyor and asks the sopoort of the republicans to that end. 10o-piece white granite dinner set, beanllful pattern, all one pattern, no odds nr ends, but first-class ware, go at Young ft McCombs' for $3.76 per set of loo pice s. Island City lodge 388. Interna, tional Association of Machinists, has issued invitations to a sociable and Awarded Highest Honor World' Pair, mm '2 CREAM I? VWUfl. J MOST PERFECT MADE A fin Crape Cim of Tartar Powder. Fret fro Ammonia, Alum or sny othct adulterant. 40 YIAU THE STANDARD. entertainment at Industrial hall to morrow evening. All far capes and cloth jackets left from last winter's sales go at 60 per j cent discount. Cut the price la two yourself. We never carrv any over. Mclntyre-Reck Co. Quick returns for little money in the advertising line is what The Akocs want column brings. Try a for sale," "for rent" or a want no tice and satisfy yourself. The Edwards ft Walsh Construction Co. commenced the alley paring op erations this morning in the middle of the block on Eighteenth street be tween Second and Third avenues. New room mouldings, new picture mouldings and more wall paper on the way for the Adams Wall Paper company. Save time and expense and go to the largest wall paper deal ers in the three cities. Deputy County Clerk John Binck today took Adolph Klans, the blind lad who warn recently ordered by the court to be taken to some state insti tution of learning, to Jacksonville, where be will receive an education. A sufficient number of tickets has been sold to secure the engagement of the Columbia Opera company April 23-25, and those who have not been seen and wishing to secure tickets may find the list at Bleuer Bros', jewelry store. McCabe's grand annual spring opening sale this week. Special cut prices each and every day. Some you will find in the papers, bat a great many more in the store. See nd on tilth page for two specials for Tuesday tomorrow. The illustrations which have been appearing in Tub Argus from day to day with reference to the Bastian farm are pnoto engravings made from photographs and are the excel lent work of the Harper Illustrating syndicate, of Columbus, Ohio. The Sylvan steel works roughen gave their second annual ball at the Industrial home Saturday evening. It was a highly successful affair, over one hundred couples being in attendance. The music was fur nished by the Light Guard orchestra. Manager Charles McIIugh, of the Harper, has found business so brisk of late that be has added 20 rooms to his hotel accommodations, and theie have been thoroughly overhauled, repapered and repainted. He has leased the upper floors of the Stengel building adjoining for his help. The alloged elopement of a gentle, man residing in the vicinity of Edge- wood park has been the subject of mucn discussion in the eastern part of the city for a few days. As far as the man's departure is concerned the report is all right, bnt the woman in the case still occupies her accus- tomea aoooo. jne man is gone, leaving a wife and two children. Yesterday afternoon's mass meet ing of the city Yonng People's so cieties at tha Y. M. C. A. hall was largely attended and very interest. ing. Addresses were heard from Misses Ella Taylor and Anna Brom ley and C. G. Taylor and E. B. He Kown. C. E. Adams conducted a song service, H. N. Hansen sang a solo and the Philodoi quartet gave a lew selections. Among the noteworthy improve ments that bavo been made in Rock Island this spring there is none more conspicuous or that should -be mare appreciated by the. public than the new restaurant established at 1807 Second avenue by S. L. Alters. known as the Delmonico. The gen tlemanly proprietor has determined to make the new eating house tc this cuy wnat ueimonico s is to New York, and with that end in view everything that adds to comfort or pleases a healthy appetite will be provided. Cleanliness, quick ser vice and the best the market affords in the way of foods prepared by first aiass cooks will alwavs bo found there. A number one lunch counter open day and night is run in connec tion, and the public will be treated with courteous and exacting atten tion. Fallc Affair. Michael Blake, n stranger, was taxed $3 and costs for partaking too i reel r oi tne common. There was an ugly fight between a couple of young men outide the In- dustrial Home building early Sunday morning. No arrests. The Russian whisker-pulling case was settled in the police conrt Sat urday evening by Taxman paying the costs. And Taxman is the man who had his lilacs jerked out, too. But he and his assailant got togeth er through the good offices of friends and patched the matter op. But Max will have a vacant spot on his cam for some time to come nnless he gets some good hair grower. Kara Chasm f mm a Bargala. The cheapest in the market. For ty-tive desirable and cheap building lots ia V. M. Blanding's new addi tion to the city, situated at the head of Twenty-fifui street and on Thir teenth avenue, are offered for sale on easy terms and long time. Enquire at the Kock Island, savings Dana. J. M. Buford, Agent. KkVuIh lanlU 111 faa tU. Atchisox, Kana. April 13. Kx-Untted etatas (Senator John J. Ingalls Is sick abed at h ia hona hm enfTrin from a severe cold contracted on a recent trip north, ill fxends appear worried over his condition, but his family states that w.wua- wanning it anticipated. ' alas Uh Saaw Crop. Havawa, April 14 The actual sugar crop of tbe Island reported np to .March 81 will amount to only 77.S3S tons, as com pared with 4Mam tons reported up to Karch U of last xear. Gladness Comes With a better understanding of the transient nature of the many phys ical ills, which vanish before proper ef forts gentle efforts pleasantefforta rightly directed. There is comfort in the knowledge, that so many forms of aickness are not due to any actual dis ease, bnt simply to a constipated condi tion of the system, which the pleasant Xamuy laxative, syrup oi t ips, prompt ly removes. That is why it is the only remedy with millionsof families, and is everywhere esteemed so highly by all who value good health. Its beneficial effects are due to the fact, that it is the one remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating the organs on which it acts. It is therefore all important, in order to get its bene ficial effects, to note when yon pur chase, that yon have the genuine arti cle, which is manufactured by the Cali fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by all reputable druggists. If in the enjoyment of good health, and the system is regular, laxatives or other remedies are then not needed. If afflicted with any actual disease, one may be commended to the most skillful physicians, but if in need of a laxative, one should have the best, and with the well-informed everywhere, Syrup of Figs stands highest and is most largely used and gives most general satisfaction. Seedsthat i Will Grow IIass Rrna AtnrA ia tiAad- quarters for reliable seeds. ' Now is the time to get mem. GRASS Lawn grass, white clover. 4 Kentucky blue grass, red 2 clover, timothy. J VEGETABLES a Ttoa n a tiAafa ,kh,ira aa rots, sweet corn, parsley. lima beans, parsnips, onion seed, encumbers, peas, rad ishes, lettuce, spinach, and turnips. FLOWERS Sweet peas and nasturtium seeos in bulk. SEED POTATOES Early Rose and Early Ohio seea potatoes. IllESSWJ EASTER OPENING SHOES. THEY have just arrived, and we can show you the handsomest line of Ladies' Fine Boots . . . (AA to F.) ever opened in this vicinity. Beautiful Tans in all leather and vesting tops. , Swell Shoes ... THE BOSTON 1703 SECOND AVENUE. Blank Books AT C. C. TAYLOR'S 1717 Second Ave. DAVID DON. STAHL'i Putctare Proof Tires. BICYCLES. fcs" a ia pi..i p- nn oiyies ana oizes. Large display of bicycle sundries. Lanterns, all kinds. Bicycle oil. Wood rim and tire cement Chain lubricant. Cyclometers. Tronser guards. ' Lantern brackets. Toe clips, etc. 1615-1617 Second Avenue. t the Opera Most of the fair sex are fond of a few sweetmeats to nible at, even if the performance is a tragedy. The sage young., man will take ; the hint and provide himself with a box of our lovely Bon Bons or Chocolates when on his way to his sweetheart's residence the night they intend going to the theatre. KOM 2 C US We have a box made to represent an Opera Glass Case which is filled with fine candy in place of a glass. Get one and surprise your wife, sweetheart or daugh ter. The box can be kept to remember yon by. KRELL&MATH Why not have a brick of three kinds of Ice Cream at your Party or Dinner. It will please your company more than anvtbing you could serve for desert. Phone 1156. 1716-1718 Second Ave. Mclntyre-Reck ory Goods co. THE BARGAIN CENTER 1709 and 1711 Second Avenue, Rock Island, HL APRIL BARGAINS. . rrui. eoow,r do net Interfere to the least with arrll bargains her. ".. ' "ae mm laci we win sell zs dos-a elenst elegut eateea (tripe "m" reta. wes will not .Hp, the We value at See. Alo SO dozen wnn a Kgypttin eottoo eilk flaiehed. pearl battoa. wis sleeve Vrate. Bsc vain e Sfic. And lin tin, v.i ...it . i- 7- tnllll . ..,a, J w LACE CURTAINS. .k? E . ,taLpTT,'T aaiaplea aixl odd. and ends, a l ptrf cK rav of U.a bat l stilly eoiled o. nneard: aot oTr a pair and a bair of a kind. yoe odIjt one curtaia. but the Twice is eon My auraetlTeoathataccoaat. IM?7ur f"" " wln.fc.we st esull . on. To isle parcbese we odd 1' 0 paire broken lot of Onrtalne from oar own stock, mkinit an S' tntctiTaa,sortawnttobe dlstrlbated among fnrtasato early buvsra. Fore DTeaic3ce we divide tbc pile iitoth'ec.ots: Lotl t Si S3 Tory nice net Cart tine, fall taped, extra wlr'toa snd leatfbe, SI 68 and 1.8Sa!uee at $1 S3. rf S. See tnted mntlln Curtain, wort. $4 SO and fS a pair : 5?,,?.!ri,lLP?l,,,,,r,,i,,'wort,,4 lr; new fanor net Cnr.alna! frilled and plalD borders, worth $00, any and all at SI S3. I',t 3.8, fancy net On ruin , bandeome Bratsels Cartalna, SU Gs 1 Curtain, ia rains to loSS.M. your choice S3.SS. In addition we olf for thia sale new Point d'Siprit Brneeeni net Cur tains, very well covered, at 15.64, $5 98 and as.S. worth from $8 totlO. Whits Irish point CarUlns, worth 14.50, at 13 ST. POLE AND FIXTURES FREE. Pole sad Fixtures f res with all Curtain at SI SO a pair sad np. CURTAIN GOODS BT THE YARD. 800 yards fancy Drapery goods, at 18c snd Sc. aow lXc SOO ysrdt fancy Cnrttla Serbns st Site ROLLER SHADES. THK-B r rernlar 18c foot sod anliks the cheap Shade yen seasi'y cay. These ax mounted oa snldaaa roller ia4 will gin aalia faetion. SO dozen test felt Boiler shades st lSHc SHIRTWAISTS. We place en ealeeoie SO doi-.n Shirt Wsleta latesded to sell at TOc. It Is too long a story to tell why we are (oi'f to sell the at aoc, bat that won't aiaUer to yoa eo kc as yon get thee st the price. A;as Waist at fOc. Bver aimer Ma-ch l we hava hern tryint to vet month of the new Per elaa Shirt Welat on hand a! ens time to toll yoa axxt thes. lull a fast ae they touch the coanters. A new lot icceiT.d Friday, dasi low price 1. W ana $1 48. MEN'S WHITE SHIRTS. We ask yon to bny h ne only the host nnlsnndrled Shirta to We had for money In this or sny other auraet and quote the follow at I pedal prtoe for this week : At 50c. or a.M Half Doses-Shirts of New Tork mills in1ii eoMin. ua facing. 1,S?0 count lines bosom, properly ntaft reed, ths ne shirt elae where. At fifto, or ss ft Half Doxen Sh'rt of New York-mills mnsHs. ro-tin. on facing, 1.0.) count linen bosom, patent yokeaew style gusait ax, tea kind other aah Shc tor. At8Tc.S4.wiIIairOoaen-Onom made Shirts of the Seeat maalln. wry Su I sea bosom wiih the best Teln'orcing, wrist sad sands of aae linen. Yon can get nothing bettrr st Sl-85. Borne of lo loia are limited We adrlaa early porchaeee. NEW CAPES. Special lots new Cloth Capes, silk ribbon trimmed, raise $3.60, at St as, Special lots Cloth Capes, trunmsd with braid sad ballon, a SO val ae. st $3.98 The few $1 .75 Capeo left will go at Sac Cat in Two All far vspe snd Cloth Jackets from this srssoa can be bosght now st s discount of SO per cent. Yon cannot lure 4 manor la better sdrsnlsge. WE HAVE HEARD IT SAip -0 That a long winter is a good thing. Perhaps it may be, but in our opinion a long head is better. By that we mean that when a buyer wants to get the most for his dollars he seeks out the large assortment, where he can get selection and price. Our Stock Is Larger . . . And more complete than any establishment in the three towns. We are showing a grand array of dazzling pat terns in Carpets, Rugs and Mattings that are worthy of inspection. A new line arrived this week of large rugs that are simply superb. Bear in mind that our reputation for giving satisfaction is the watchword of our success. We have had years of experience, and our helpers are all experienced men. Our Prices Are Lower . . . Than those of many whose stock is not near as complete, and have less facilities for filling orders. Call and see our line of handsome furniture. CLEMANN & SALZMANN LEADERS IN OUR LINE. Sixteenth street and Second avenue. M . &. K. Are now prepared to show you the new spring styles in i 1 1 Boys' and Children's Novelties THE kind that boys outgrow, but never outwear. While the clothes are never quite as tough as the boy, that's no reason why they should not have the last ing, persistent quality which boys r:qure. We have well sewed, well buttoned, well pocketed boys' knee pants suits, splend d wool fabrics in good styles at $2.5 0. $2.95, $3 SO, $S to $6.90 Some very jaunty styles in sailor and junior suits with vests or shield fronts at $1.68, $2.50, $2.95 to $5. Long pants suits for larger lads, sizes 14 to 20 years, at $2.98 to $10, honestly put together with wear-resisting qualities in nobby patterns and styles. Star Waists. Mothers' Friend Waists. We have the satisfying goods at satisfying prices. Will give your money back if you think we ought. . Lots of K., S & Co. men's suits at $3.90, $4 90, $6.98 to $10. Sweaters 18c All wool bicycle pants $1.85.