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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1894.
Fresh fish at W. A. Ehleb's.
Wait for Young & McComb
Twenty yards tor 1. Where?
Great opening April 6, 6 and 7.
Fresh oysters at W. A. Ehlcb'a.
The Brownies" tomorrow night,
Choice pineapple at W. A. EhlebV
Chickens dressed to order at lless
Pineapples ami choice apples at
Bone her .
Young A McComlM opening April
6, 6 and".
A nice lineo! fresh vegetables at
A nice line of frenh vegetables at
W. A. Ehleb's.
Seeds, seeds, seeds! of all kinds in
bulk, at Hess Bros.
Save your coupons for The A kg i s
World's fair series.
20 yards for 1 all day Friday and
Saturday at McCabe BroV.
A dollar for SO yards Friday and
Saturday at McCabe Bros'. .
The "Brownies in Fairyland" at
Ilarjtcr's theatre tomorrow night.
Money to loan on real estate secur
ity. Apply at Jackson & Hurst's.
Will Sweeney is home from the
Chicago law school on a short vaca
tion. The Brownies" for matinee Sat
urday afternoon. Have the children
Frank W. Watson formerly of
Davenport, died at Cambridge yes
terday. TuIIy D. White is home from St.
John's Military academy on a short
Miss Maggie Grady returned last
evening from Chicago, after a 2
The stage of the water at the Rock
Island bridge at noon n ss 5.70; the
Louis Srhwenke and Soraer Lee
have gone to Marion, Ind., to work
In the glass works.
20 yards for 1. 10 vards' 50c. all
day t'riday and Saturday at McCabe
Bros'. Enough for ail.
Picturesque World's Fair" is the
pride of ail who see it. Get the se
ries at Tiis Akh s office.
Save your coupons for The Akoi s'
Picturesque World's Fair." The
most artistic work issued.
Ten vards 5K .') yards for 1 all
day Friday and ""uturday at McCabe
Bros. Bring your friends.
Supervisor Conrad Schneider's an
nual statement appears elsewhere,
and will be read with interest.
The Brownies in Fairvland" for
the benefit of the Y. M. C. A. at Har
per's theatre tomorrow night.
Col. L. M. Bufor l. II. M. Briggs,
M. J. McEnirv and Westley tJiles re
turned from Springfield this morn
ing. Lettuce, spinage, green onions,
pie plant, asparagus, egg plant and
tomatoes at Bum-tier's Spencer square
For the sehtwd children. "The
Brownie, in Fairvland" will be given
as a matinee at Harper's theatre Sat
Father Conrad Ebert leaves tomor
row for his home at Peru, 111. He
has been visiting at St. Mary's parish
for the pn-t week.
Rock Island lodge No. IS. I. O. O.
F., will huve a public installation
and bail next ednesdav evening at
Odd Fellows' hall.
I have 17,000 to loan at prevailing
rate of interest on improve iarm
propertv. S. K. Kenwortby, Room
89. Mitchell & Lynde block.
Miss Emma Kopp. grand-daughter
Of John AI. Alhreeht. left last even
ing for Minneapolis, after a sojourn
here of about seven months.
Back numbers of parts No. 1, 2, 3
And 4 of the Picturesque Aruerica
have arrived, and can be bad at the
counting room of The Ak;i s.
Travel over the Koek Island bridge
yesterdav amounted to: Foot
north. 81; south. SCO; total 1.141.
Teams north, 456; south, 446; total,
E. W. Bovnton has the agency for
a new brand of mucilage, known as
the Little Giant solid mucilage.
which is gotten up in convenient
Beautiful tableaux at the "Brown
ies in Fairyland." Prices 25 and 35
cents, reserved seats 5') cents, now
on sale at the Harpt-r house drug
Trinity Church Improvement guild
will meet at 2 n'cliM-k on Vridnr af
ternoon, March :io, at the residence
of Mrs. C. R. Chamberlain,
The residence of Cyrus Sprague,
near the Rock Island depot, was burg
larized last night, and an overcoat, a
suit of clothes and other clothing
taken. The marauders escaped.
The local attaches of the internal
revenue office have received formal
notice from Collector Starr to tnrn
in all their accounts and other be
longings of the department April 1.
It is rumored that under the pro
visions of the new mulct law of Iowa
all the breweries will he obliged to
move out of the state, and that those
at Davenport will locate at Rock Is,
Phil must have missed connections
with the Union this morning. In
stead of delivering his customary
midnight basket of chestnuts ' he
seems to have scattered them along
The Mendota Brewing company
has purchased the John Schafer prop
erty on Eighth-and-a-half avenue and
Ninth street for a consideration of
$3,400. The building is now occupied
by ImhofT Bros.
Manager Hun toon of the telephone
company is busy this afternoon test
ing the wires in the cables, and for
that purose has put up a tempo
rary telephone on the porch outside
the" central office.
Manager Charles T. Kindt, of the
Black IlAwk Tower Inn, entertained
a number of his personal friends at
the Tower last evening. Otto fur
nished music for dancing, and a su
perb collation was served.
Boney" Johnson hopes to be elect
ed alderman; then he hopes to under
mine George W. Gamble in the cir
cuit clerk's oflice. If the second ac
complishment is contingent upon his
success in the first, he will not attain
Tomorrow is city bill day, and
City Clerk Huesing earnestly re
quests everyone having bills against
the city to present them at his office
tomorrow. The fiscal year ends
April 1, and it is necessary that all
bills be raid by that time.
The Union's argument against
Messrs. Dauber and Junge is that
they own fast horses. That may be
so, and their equine possessions" are
all winners, too. They generally
distance all competitors. Messrs.
Dauber and Junge do business on
that principle. That is what is both
ering the Union.
Aid. Dauber's position in the coun
cil has been for furthering public
improvements without discrimina
tion. He has maintained that if the
ordinary jroperty holders could
stand the cost of iavinr without
complaint, the improvement should
not stop the moment it strikes
the extensive lands surrounding the
The fact that ex.Ald. Mathes
Bunchcr is a candidate for alderman
in the. First ward does not occupy so
much of his time as to prevent his
doing his customary work on behalf
of the west end. For the past six
weeks he has been devoting himself
to tieantifying Garnsey square, of
wnicn tie is commissioner. Already
he has secured a number of hand
some ornaments in the wav of vases.
etc.. the contributions of business
men in response to Mr. Buncher's
In the Engineering News is given
the following: "The bids for paving
iwenty-tnirti street.Kock Island, III.
are with a single course of brick up
on a macadam ami eanil foundation
The bills are all higher than Quincy,
111., has lately -received; but this is
probably owing to the difference in
foundation, (Juiney has practically
noiuing but a sand foundation.
which, though cheaper than maead
aiu, will probably prove very dear in
the end. as the sand will probably
work up through the joints and in
a short tune make reconstruction
warded Higbett Honors
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Crap Gum o Tartar Powder. Free
Ami Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.
P YBUU TE CTANDASA
Hard coal at cost at T. H. Ellis'.
One of Ralph) Waldo Enxmg'i Stories.
Mr. Emerson himself had a story I
forget whether I heard it in a lecture oi
in conversation about a New England
come onter who went into a hatsbopand
selected for himself a costlv hat. The
hat was put cp and the dealer supposed
he was to be paid, but the man whom
he had thought to be a purchaser said
simply: "Oh, I pay nothing for any
thing. I am the man who does not be
lieve in money." The poor dealer had a
noto to meet at the bank that day and
hardly knew how to do it. He looked
yith dumb delight tipon Lis customer
end caid: -I wish to God, rir, that no
body clsa believed in monevl Tafco the
hat, vritii lay thanks to yon for coming
icr . ,
Mr. Emerson would eay this was all
spontaneous it was nature! on tho part
of tho customer end on tho part of the
trader. Dtlt v. hen, tho nest day. another
rasa who Iir.d heard tho ctory caino into
tho filiop and telected tor liurEelf his hat
and eai-i that uc cr.d net behevo in money
tho dealer refused tho imitator where he
had ccceptcd rsauily tho inventor.
And Eincrsoa drew the moral from th
story which I wart to draw now. A
prophet who r.pcaka the word that comes
to Idm f rou the living God apeaks. I may
say, witli t no living uoa 3 power. But
ho who imitates tho prophet liaano spell
tAiwaru Li. mac a Address.
According to the director of 'the phys-
lriu ooscrvntorv or et. i'etersburir. M.
Wild, the coldest inhabited spot on earth
is the village of erkhoiansk on the
Vnnn river in northeastern Siberia, atxmt
100 miles north of the polar circle in
latitude 07 degrees S4 minutes.
Stiffness in the neck or joints may
oe instantly relieved by a few appli
cations of Salvation Oil. It is cheap,
iaia ana rename, zo cents.
Brings comfort and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The many, who life bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
less 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. Syrup of Figs
Its excellence is dus 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,
dispclling colds, headaches and 'fevers
and permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
Bet with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance. -
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug
gists in 50c and 11 bottles, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co, only, whose name is printed on every
paccagc, aiso me name, syrup of igs,
and being well informedyou will not
accept any substitute u ottered.
There is No
Room at the Top
KRELL & MATH'S
High Grade Choco
lates and Bon Bons
hold that place undis'
Be sure and get their candies,
as they always have a lovely line
to select from and strictly pure
How about yourCoffee Clotch?
Don't you want something nice
in the baking line? We can help
. you out so that your company
will all be pleased. Here are a
few to select from
FKEXCH KOLLS.nothing nicer
PLAIN ROLLS, just the thing
for sandwich or butter.
PATTIE SHELLS, nice for
oysters, sweet breads or tarts. :
CH'JCOLATE ECLAIRS, with
whip cream or custard.
CREAM PUFFS, with whip
cream or custard.
CREAM PIE, nothing finer in
the pie line.
LADY LOCKS, filled with
whip cream or plain.
BREAD STICK or ROLLS,
takes the place of bread.
PASTRY STICK, fine for sec
VIENNA ROLLS, no sweeten
ing. CHEESE STICKS, with best
We make a large number of
specialties too numerous to men
tion. We usually carry a lar"e
line to select from, but it is al
ways better to order a day or
two ahead, and be sure of hav
ing your order filled.
km & mn
1716 and 1718 Second At
Telephone 1156. .
ol Spring Goods.
All Styles at
jR TOC 15 KKKDT
Want a partner
Want a ntnatioa
JRant to rent -room
want a verdant girl
Want to cell a farm
Want to Mil hon
Want to exchange anything
Want te tell household roods
Want to make but real estate Inane
Want to aell or trade for anything
Want to find customers for anything
rSB THKSB COLUMNS.
Bennett's Glove Store
1605 Second Ave.
mm ADD MM
Made in Twenty-two
Styles and Sizes
to suit every
body. They are the cheapest and
the best, used by over 3000
famlies in the city that can
testify to their merits.
1613-1617 SLC0SD ATE5CE,
ANTED- SW cDE SERVANT AT 1011
roar n avenae.
IBS DAILY AKOV8 PKLTVKRKD ATYOLH
. door every ereni ng for lOe per week.
OOM8 rOR FKST. BN'VUIRE AT 1. W.
rfone' recond tacd store.
ANTRD A PLACE FOR (.ENKRAL
noofc work. Aoarew "O." ibt office.
WAMEO- TWO ROOKS FOR LIGHT
n"un n epuie. dnvn elairc. Addrena or In
quire at Bowlbjr'a mueic store.
YJt7 ANTED A FrR-.T-CI.A--8 CLOTHING
al.min with rood reft rrnrr. rll t
laac holucbilil, Daviuport, !.
COR USNT-NICK DWELLING HorsK nr
r ttre room', with root lar ham. at Sinter
MnHtk 1. I . I 1 1 . .
eprtng wag-.n. hair picker and platfoim
ale wriL-bttigtiOponnda. Uoolavn w can
be set-n SI Sit BraJy street. Davtnp rt.
Aril use merits.
Bnriis Opera House,
Friday Night, March 30.
First appvaranee in several vcars o
the iavonte Actress,
t'nderthe direction o Jul;os Magnus, to the
brilliant comedr dram .of Iifesming
Nrw Yurk's "-1CW"
The Social Swim
Bv ClvJe Fitch. Author of
Prices $1.00. 75, 50 and 83c 8eate on sale
Wedensday morning starch at Fluke's Tt le-
ptione 30, ,
Mclntyre-Reck Dry Goods Co.
A DELAYED SIIIPMEXT
Of umbrellas and parasols which should have been on tale the week before Easter has just Un i .; vvj
and goes on sale at greatly reduced prices. The loss will be the manufacturers, nt ours, an.l e ,
pose to deduct it from the prices. Here are some of theiu: "
At 49c, heavj twilled nmbrelUs, natural lU-l, plain and metal trim
med and worth 72c.
At fi'Jc, splcnd id gloria umbrellas, acca--iaaml oon-jo klick. worth 1.
At 97c, the real English gloria paragon frame, faucv mHal trimml --.
sticks, and worth fl. 25.
At fl.lS, gloria silk, handsome accasia sticks, and worth l.59.
At 1.25 and 61.32, in both natural and-Corn crooks, nilver mountd,
worth ail of f 1.75.
, At 61. CK, 1.72. $1.75. 11.92, etc., in plain horn, carved born, accasia.
congo and Wcichscl crooks, all worth from 25 to 40 per cent more than we
ask for them. Ask to see our 13.75 umbrellas for onlv fi.SH. (Juantitj
A very advantageous purchase of ribbons at calamitv figures enables as in offer firm extra va1u-
the lowest of low prices. We have placed on sale a quantity of all silk Satin ribbons in colors numlx r '
at 5c a yard, and numl-cr 9 at 9c a yard, worth much more! Also a lot t t gro grain riiiKins. all i-i'l. tJ
good weight. Xo. 5 at 4c, No. 9 at 8c, No. 12 at 10c a yard. Don't mini this sale if vu care t .
lot of money.
A most'elegant stock of the newest things in laces, line lace band 5c a yard and up. Tli
things in Bourdon, including the net top, in Point de Venine. Point de One. Poietc d'lrlandt. 'batii U
ly, etc. Beautiful creations at prices at least 40 per cent lower than those of lat tear.'
save you money in our lace department. New dress goods, new silks, new underwear, new illi
new capes anu jackets, in I act auoui everytmng new at
Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 171 1 Second avenue. Rock Island.
T. B. KBIOT.
Bny, sell sad manage property on cosnmisstoB,
loan money, collect rents, also carry a Uae of first
cias Ore Insurance companies, baildlcg lots for
sale la all thediCerent additions, olee residence
property in all parts of the city.
Ewai, Mitchell Lynda bcildhic groaad
floor, ta rear of Mitcaell Lvad bank.
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec.
trie, electro-thermal, etc., may
be obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Rooms, on the first floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladies From 9 a. m. to
12 m. on week days. For Gen
tlemen From 6 a. ra. to 7:30 a.
m., and from 2 p. m. to 9 p. m.
on week days On Sundays the
rooms will be open from 6 a. m.
to 11 a. ra. for Gentlemen only.
Electric and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at any
time during business hours.
Gymnasium connected with-bath
Catarrh! Catarrh! Catarrh!
Doctor Hart's Anti-Septic and Med
icated Oil Treatment for Catarrh,
Asthma. Bronchial and Lung
PRICE $5 00.
It is the only remedy which bat erer cored Ca
tarrh p-rm-menti in the .bort perind rf from
three to Are werk. A fortil' of B59m u any
person who cansrvt be cmcd of nrsal or throat
catarrh In the ime mentioned . all oa Wsslsia
aeeot K?f-rence to thwe ho have heea ner
maaently cared, for farther lafonnattoa eail oa
W. H. OSBORXE,
Petauneat and Western Agent,
Boom t, Vyaa Block, iMTenport, lows.
J. H. SCHAAB,
Wholesale and retail dealer in Flour, Feed,
Grain, Hay and Straw.
Proprietor of Cyclone Roller Mills. All kinds of grinding done
to order. Agent for the GEO. T1LESTON MILLING COS
WORLD'S BEST OF ALL FLOUR in the world. Ask for it and t
convinced. Nice Fresh Meal and Feed always on hand.
1601 and 1603 Fourth Ave.
We have opened .
Our Rubber store, and are offering Ahckintoshes
for ladies. Mackintoshes for gentlemen, Mack
intoshes for misses. Mackintoshes for boys, of
the very best qualities, and at prices within the
reach of all. It will pay you to examine them.
Also Rubber Clothing for men and boys.
THE BEST RUBBER BOOTS are none too good for you. We Lit
them for sale. It may interest you to call and ciaminc
the many articles made of Rubber. Tou are we'eome.
WILSOX, IIAIGIIT & CO.,
J 207 Brady Street, Davenport.
I. F. Bsssnrrraxs. ToaBasc-msu
Plumbers, Steam, Gao Fitters.
Room Heating and Sanitary Plnmbing. Basement Rock Island N'at Bisk.
Every PAIS WABJUXTEB by
TOLLEY BROS. & CO.,
CHICAVO, ILL -"
Our "KOH-I-NOOB" is the
best apectade made, i'or
lurUwr particular SDSljr to
T. H. THOMAS. Druggist and Opti-
tyes testea free of ebargv. ;
Saves Consumers Big Profits. A Reduction in
Expense Enables a Reduction in Price.
THUS it is that we are prepared to supply the mile sex with fashionable attire at a less price
than ever. 1 he consolidation of our men's shoe stock with the clothing, means a reduction
in expense of over $4,000 annua!ly-all this, and more too, is deducted from the price of merclun
x dise besides, the shoes are a benetactor to the clothing, and vice versa.
Our New Spring Stock
Is now in. We beg to direct attention to our nobby line of children's suits, combination suits and
boys suits, gentlemen's west end sujt regent suits, full dress suits, men's and boys' shoes, the
Razor shpe.the Oxide Shoe, the Vici Kid shoe, the nobby toes, the perfect fitters, the greatest
variety of sizes and widths
The Lowest Prices Ever Quoted Tcr Reliable Merchandise.
Largest dealers in gentlemen's wearing apparel in Rock Island county.J Half price for ladies shoes.
Clothing and Shoe Store, 1729 Second avenue, 116 to 124 Eighteenth stecet.