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THE ARGUS, "WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 194.
CITY CHAT. Houses to rent bj E II. Gnyer. Attend Young tc McCombs open ing. A Hoop of Gold" at the Harper tonight. Columbia park lot (or sale by E. II. inter. lr sure ami call at Young & Mc Combs tomorrow. Save your coupon for The A kg is World's fair scries. Silts, rclvets and dress goods at Young & McC'omlis'. Have your eye properly fitted by lrs. t'offee and Lawhon. Iry goods, crockery, eta., at Young ft McCombs' ojwning tomorrow. Laces, veiling, ribbons and cm broideries at Young & McCombs'. Money to loan oa real estate secur ity. Apply at Jackson & Hurst's. Attend the entertainment at the First M. E. church tomorrow night. Ten. SO and 30 cents at the opera house tonight a splendid company. An enjoyable entertainment at the First M. h church Thursday even, ing. I. K. Fay. city editor of the Lyons Advertiser, was" in the city yester day. If your eyes trouble you call and see Irs. CoiTee and Lawhon at the Harper house. Iont forget your own birthday party at Y. II. (list's Thursday eve ning at o'clock. (io to Kniniic1d & Slattery for plumbing. g:i4 and steam titling, 317 Seventeenth street. Get the first numler of The Arc.i s rictnreue World's Fair, and In spect it thoroughly. 'ricturejiie W orld's Fair" is tho pride of all whoce St. (let the se ries at Tin: Aki.i s ollh-e. In spite of the election and coun ter attractions, the Iloldcn company had a big houe lat night. Cheapest and licst residence lot in the two cities are in the Columbia park. Cull on E. II. (iuycr. All Persons desiring glasses fitted should cn'l at the llarer house and see lrs. Coffee an. I Law lion. Se your coupons f r The Ak;i s art series. Iieturesiie America' and ricturesi)iiv World's Fair." Fifteen dollars in unh irivt-n away at the ntN'ra house tonight. A little boy in the gallerv drew the fl'J last night. lrs. Coffee and Lawhon will ic at the Harper house all this week. If yon need gla-escall and have them lilted scientifically. The Holilen Comedy company con tinues to draw f:ir audiences at Har per's theatre and to present a good attraction each night. Arguments in the Xegus damage case were b gun this morning, and the ra-o will in all probability go to the jury this afternoon. Hock numbers f parts No. 1, 2, 3 and 4 of the Picturesque America have arrived, and can be had at the counting room of The Alters. Levi McCain, an old citizen of Mo lino, nged Xi years, died yesterday afternoon. The funeral wiil be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. ' Joseph Myers, of South Hock Isl and, has invented a new disc attach ment for a walking or riding culti vator, and he feels hig'alv elated over the fact. The Ilo"k I-dnnd Citizens' Im provement association meets this evening to hear reports of the com mittees on the public building, depot removal, etc. Kahlkc Bros, vesterdar sold the steamer. Wild wood, to Cu:t. James Short, of M. Charles. M.i., for f I.OUO. The boat will be engaged in the gov ernment work. As stated in TllK Al:;i s of yester day, it would not be surprising if representative or eastern capital would be ncre to look over the tri city lines the last of this week or the Iirst or next. Henrr I.'einliart, a voting man em ployed in Weycrhauscr & Donk tnann's mill, was injured aUuit the head and nose today by a piece of fly ing wood. Ir. Kystcr was called and attended the Injured lud. Mrs. A. A. iSenn will deliver an illustrated health talk to tho ladies of Ib.ek Island, in G. A. K. hall, Thursday, April 5. at . 2 o'clock. Snbjwt: '-Progress and Physical Life of Won, an." AdmUsiou' free The Y. M. c. A. will introdtiee sev eral new features net Sunday at the youn' men's tm ting. The commit tee has secured William Jacksoc. Ls., a sH-ukcr. and our young men Awarded Hlgbrtt Honors World's Flr. DR. CREAM MOST PERFECT MADE A pure Crape Cream oc' Tartar Powder. Free torn Ammonia, Alum or any other aduHcrant 40 YEAU PI STANDARD. mm will do well if they plan in advance to attend. A room on the third floor of Her man Schwecke's building on Twen tieth street was entered by some sneak during yesterday afternoon and $50 cash and a gold watch chain and charm stolen. No clew has as yet been found. James McGuinn has returned from Brooklyn, N. Y., on a visit to his parents. Mr. McGuinn is a Rock island boy, w ho is fast climbing the ladder of fame, having for the past year been employed in Brooklyn as a telegraph operator. The family of a Hock Island county lady who has of late shown slight signs of mental trouble are greatly dii-trcssod over her disappearance, and they have succeeded in ascer taining that she purchased a ticket for San Francisco Monday night and departed. Messages have been sent ahead to Denver and Colorado Springs in hoH-s of intercepting her there. Her husband is agonized with grief. Itli'tbdajr ('antes. There was a pleasant surprise party given Lewis Bender at his home, 219 Twenty-second street, last evening. The evening was spent in a very pleasant manner. Those present were: i Mat le A kers Robctt Mc oi ochle, katherin- Kpzlcr, A Inert i ic;lnc . 1'otMt Prittiti, John Fezlrr. lr WiltMin, I.'olx'it Kiix hmann, Marie Lynr"i, Eilwnrd Gr 111 n. Vnry olonct. I'njr 11. art. Oam Moililunl. II rrc o, KtcIjo Mndnaul, I ns Taron, Ko-o Yrthur.-, Wlllt'nrl, Urrlie Laraon, Fred J'uscy. Yesterday afternoon Mabel Irons entertained eight of her vouuff friends, it being her 12th birthday, the afternoon being spent in playing games in doors and out, when at "5:30 they enjoyed a tine lunch, leaving for home at 7 o'clock. Miss Irons received somo nice presents. Those present were: Misses Kdnn Kahlkc, Nettie IVmpscy. Florence Iempsey. Grace Means, Mabel Sprague. Carrie Larson, Amelia Frev, Marv Froebost. Advertising. An exchange says some men try advertising as an Indian tried feath ers. He teok one feather, laid it on a board, and slept on it all night. In the morning he remarked: "White man say feather heap soft; white man fool." Some iuvc.-t 5'J cents in cdvertising, anil then, because they do not realize a big increase in busi ness, declare that advertising doesn't lay. A Bushnell grocer has Wen spend ing about (5 U a year with the two local papers of his town, and it has brought him such good returns that he increases the amount this year. He keeps his announcements fresh and writes them as carefully as he would an order for stock. An exchange says: "What is home without a newspaper? It is a place where eld hats are stuffed into bro ken windows: where the wife looks like a bag of wool with a string around the center; where the hus band has a tobacco juice panorama painted on his shirt bosom, and the neglected children wipe their ne glected noses on their jacket sleeves." A Kunnj Tram. The team attached to the Pabst Brewing company's wagon seems to have a mania for running away. A few days ago it became frightened at the electric sprinkler and attempted to run off, but was stopped. This morning it became frightened at the same electric sprinkler, but succeed ed this time in breaking the hitching strap. The horses dashed down Sec ond avenue from in front of a Second avenue sample room to Seventeenth street, thence south on Seventeenth to Third avenue, where thev were stopjM'd. At the corner of "Seven teenth street one of the horses fell down, but regainiug its feet, con tinued on its tear. YlllHg tlleetlon. There will be a village election in Coal Vailcy on April 17. The can didate are as follows: Citizens' Ticket For president, James Clegg: clerk. G. B. Krapp; trustees, Hugh Martiu. Robert Pat terson and Turn Hyland; police mag istrate, John Barton. People's Ticket For president, James Clegg; trustees. Henry Rud loff, B. R. Lewis and I). II. Lyon; po lice magistrate, John Barton! Village Ticket For president, Hugh Martin; clerk. G. B. Krapp: trustees, Tom Hyland, Uobert Pat terson ancl Tom Coiinley; police mag istrate, John Barton. A Kerlte for tlap.lnes. Tlie rrtnfi 1.HJP? lit" I- a Li the ami f Imufnl wife. Yet n wtfr ran married Im li.. f n.m crirviiua aln .he's free. Mjrh ffH'diin rf-ue to only tboe 4n w mn IMnitt Nntnre heal:h tM;a ows. To It aiire a Kill of this d- ripi lint. I llr. I'li-ree's Favorite l'rcrl tion. Mis Vatie Jack.uu. of Varltreck. H. Lantlty I'arifh, Li., says: 1 was lying airk forfonie time with female toatplnlnt. and all the medi cine my frlunrta pave ate did mc no cd. Death was approaching; all my friends bad g'ven mo up Iodic. I heard of yonr wotidcru! mid cine, at d I hoov"'it two hot tin t-f it, an I before l,hd tak ca the Wat, I got entirely wull. 1 am Mill erjiyinc good hou h, and expect to ptae ;cur ta: diclm everywhere I c." Ta the I'abllc. Kocster & Martin, of Dav port. Rock hnve closed their business Island, ana are not ryrvuted by any one here. 1 artieT hav g bust- ness with them caa find W ball a block north of the ferrv landing, reet. Davenport, No. 107 Main California KatM. The BurlingfYtn route! 8C tickets from ltock lslanf 1 t0 $an Francisco, Los Angeles, Man l)ja.r0 at f i"J.za, routiu trip f w.zm Tickets now on tale. H. V. MacmT Df r. A THE REVENUE OFFICE. The Appointment a 8a Par Made and the Effect. Collector J. W. Hunter, of the Fifth revenue district, on his visit to Rock Island Monday named James 11. La ment as stamp deputy, and the ap pointee was duly inducted into office, furnishing the required bonds and taking the oath, while Ralph Haver stick, who served out the term of Deputy Collector Bostock, was duly sworn in by Mr. Hunter to serve temporarily. Mr Hunter signifying his inclination to select his deputy eventually from the southern portion of the district. The effect of this an nouncement on the local election was readily conceived, though Mr. Hunter made his intentions known to but a few and with the expressed wish that nothing be said until after e'ection. Tub Aiusi s witheld the anj nonncement until today, realizing as it did the vital importance to the party in the city of maintaining ijuiet in the matter, yet the facts leaked out, ami Mr. Hunter had not got fairlv out of the citv until the object of his mission here was on everybody's lips. The appointments netiau made became generally known. and notwithstanding that the Union made an effort to divulge the facts yesterday morning, and made a mis erable mess of it as to the appoint ment ot tlie Ueputv, the actual truth of tho matter was generally known, and its effect was unmistakable throughout the city . yestarday, es pecially on the township ticket", and thus was realized what was feared by representative democrats Monday. Other Appointments. Mr. Hunter has appointed Xewtan Matthews, of Peoria, chief deputy; J. McMillan, stamp clerk at Monmouth, and W. B. Marshall, of Abingdon, private secretary. eov.NTY nriLiiiMi. I'rohaie. April S F.state of William Wright. In re-petition sale of real estate to pay debts. John II. Cleland ap pointed guardian ad litem to appear and defend for minors. Answer tf guardian filed. Bond of executor for sale of real estate filed and ap proved. Klver Kioleta. The stage of the water at the Bock Island bridge at noon was 6.50; the temperature 44. The F. C. A. Denknian came down with eight strings of logs, and went north again. The Silver Crescent came down. Land-seekers' excursion. On Jan. 9, Feb. 13, March 13, April 10 and May 8, 1894. low rate excursion tick ets may be had at the Burlington" office to all points in Texas. Final limit of tickets, 30 days from date of sale. For particulars apply to M. J. Yoi ng, Agent, Rock Island. II. D. Mack, 1. P. A. Hard t oaL n- Hard rai) at cost at T. II. Ellis'. Intelligence Column. RK YOU IX NEED? IF YOU Want money Want a cook Want boarder Want a pHrtner Waut a situation wTant to rent room. Want a aervant irirl Want to Kt'll a farm Want to ae!l a house Want to denature anything W"ant te Mill household" uoods Want to make aiiy real entate loans Want to sell or trade for atiythlnK Want to find customers for anything CSK TIIBSE COLUMNS. rfllR DAILY AKOITS DELIVERED AT YOU K A door every evening lor UK per week. I7KESII JERSEY COW WASTED BY E. It. 1 (.ii.cr. poOM FOR RENT OYEt JONES- SECUND IV hand 1 1. rj. 1O0K WASTED. AT THE MAUCKKR J lionse. w ANTKD-AT ONCE. SOME FIKST CLASS t.llorAat lloe, the luilcr OR SALK KOECKRITZ S DIRT ERASER a. mt, bii icaiui LruLrm. itiP uin. I7AN1ED-A PO ITtOJf AS CLERK IN A M dr toli bona or a grocery store. Ad dress "II. ' th' otUce. TTTJAKTED SALESMAN: salary from ftart. v v pertn.tnent pinc. jtrotvn Bros. Co., hur cry nun. Cliiino, lil. WANTF.n TWO K(H)VS FOR I.ICHT It ti.ek" epir.R down stairs. Akdroas or lu ttiire at Uowlbjr'e mu ic store. W'ANTEO-OXE EXPERIENCED SALESMAN ' for Kork 's at d. Davcnpott at d Xol no. ;.)d cu.incc for Lurtlur. Aduross "O." at llt t lire. THESI WONDERFOl'LEriSES Are the rosnltof years of scientific exper imenting, and are now pluced. owlnir to their superiority, preeminently above every thins' heretofore produced in this line. 'i'h-y are acknowledged, by experts to M the finest and most perfectly constructed. Lenses KNOWN, and are peculiarly adapted to correcting the varionsviual Imperfec tions. A triltl of th IWfWW wilfenviue yon they are PERFECT 8l6nl BENEWEBS. aPaa-Warraptod. For sale bv T. U. THOMAS, Drug gist and optician, 1 1 Riverside STOVES II DM3ES Made in Twenty-two Styles and Sizes to suit everybody. They are the cheapest and the best, used by over 3000 famlies in the city that can testify to their merits. DAVID DON. I61S-I617 SE OXD AYEXUF, 0:E ISLAND. There is No Room at the Top KRELL & MATH'S Hisrh Grade Choco lates and Bon Bons hold that place undis puted. Be sure and pet their candies, as they always have a lovely line to select from and strictly pure unadulterated poods. How about your Coffee 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 ..... FRENCH ROLLS,nothing nicer with coffee. PLAIN ROLLS, just the thing for sandwich or butter. PATTIE SHELLS, nice for ovstcrs, sweet breads or tarts. "CHOCOLATE ECLAIRS, with whip cream or cus CREAM PUFFS lip cream or custard. CREAM PIE, nr in the pie line. LADY LOCKS ith whip cream or pi BREAD STICK J5, takes the nlace of PASTRY STIC ec ond course. VIENNA ROL en ing. CHEESE STI est of cheese. We make a 1: of specialties too ni en tion. We usual rge line to select fro al ways . better to or two ahead, and av injr vour order fi ML I 1716 and 171 Telepho At. SM X EXPENSE T HUS th; in expen dise be bur Ne ring Stock Is now i: boys' su Razor sY .variety c Largest ng Mclntyre-Reck dt Goods co. Silk and Dress Goods Carnival. Gay with Bright. Beautiful New Goods at prices which will glao,, your eyes and fatten your pocket books. We cannot enumerate one bargain in ten, apace forbids, but what we tell you will serve as an in ,.x to the rest. ( Wc have placed on our counters a fall new line of the famous LIBERTY SATINS And the price is 59c. The lowest price ever before mentioned by any one was 89c. They won t ia.t lonw. At the same time we offer 15 pieces of elegant new SATIN DUCHESSE At 69c on which the usnal price is II to ft.25. This is your chance. It won't last long. We feel iostly proud of our display of Cheney Bros', famous Figured Siiks. which we offer at To,- anj 1 a yard, A beautiful assortment of 68c Figured Silks, which go this wek at 49c a yard. We sh.. , magnificent arrav of Trimming Silks, including plain and figured Taffetas, Moried Silks in Ma. V and colors. Satins in swivel, illuminated and figured effects, etc. We can and will save you money iti Ur silk department. Km' 11 rrrarI for oroflt lanracterlze onrr.ew ard fplendM lock ef T)r. Or.od. You cm Imperial cords, er. funcy, neve ly Wool ao d-i. ! and 40 incbet wide, at 3c. worth .Vie Aconpere aortrreTit of 62c novelty mitnre t4e A mali lot -all we cold Bet - or fancy Cord', all wool an! a ja-d wile. at 4!l . wor h Stle. A new Jii.e of granite mixtures, i6 inch Our advertisinir contest has Remember the girl who writes the best original adv't for our spring opening, receives a new spring dn- pattern worth up to 7.50, her own selection. There are also two other prizes worth having. C'on.i- in and make any inquiry you want, the firm will answer any reasonable questions. Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co. 1709 and 1711 Second avenue, Rock Island. i B. BSIDY. T. B. KB IDT. REIDY DROS. THK LXACIXe Real Estate Insurance. AGENTS. Bny, veil and manage property on commiaaion, loan money, collect rents, also carry a line of flrat Clara fire lnrnrance companies, bnilding Iota for sale In all the different adaitlcns. ok residence property in all parts of the city. Burn 4, Mitchell A Lynde bonding, ground floor, tn rear of Mitchell A Lmde bank. M BATH RDOIIS Baths of all kinds, including Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec tric, electro-thermal, etc., may be obtained at the Sanitarium Bath Rooms, on the first floor of the Harper House. ROOMS OPES. For Ladies From 9 a. m. to 12 m. on week days. For Gen tlemen From 6 a.'m. 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. m. for Gentlemen only. Electric and Electro-thermal baths may be obtained at any time during business hours. Gymnasium connected with bath rooms. Catarrh! Catarrh! Catarrh! Doctor Hart's Anti-Septic and Med' icated Oil Treatment for Catarrh, Asthma. Bronchial and Lung Trouble. PRICE $5-00. It is the only remedy which ha? ever cored Ca tarrh permanently in the -hrt peind of from three Ut Ave week'. A forfeit of atftOO to any person who cannot be ctned of nasal or throat catarrh in the time mentioned . Call on Western aeent Reference to those m ho have been per manently cared . For farther information call on or aadrces w. n. OSBORXE. Petmanent and Western Agent, Boom t. Kyan Block, Davenport, Iowa. Saves Consumers Big Profits. A Reduction in Expense Enables a Reduction in Price. we are prepiredto supply the mile sex with fashionable attire at a less price The consolidation of our men's shoe stock with the clothing, means a reduction r $4,000 annually-all this, and more too, is deducted from the price of merchan shoes are a benefactor to the clothing, and vice versa. eg to direct attention to our nobby line of children's suits, combination suits and men s west end suits regent suits, full dress suits, men's and boys' shoes.the xide Shoe, the Via Kid shoe, the nobby toes, the perfect fitters, the greatest d widths , west Prices Ever Quoted r0r Reliable- Merchandise. gentlemen's wearing apparel in Rock Island county. Half price for ladies' shoes. and Shoe Store, 1729 Second avenue, 116 to 124 Eighteenth steeet. eatin faced, ail woo, 4tc, on band, uu- Umi money. wide. X5c goods, at lie started, and there will be some earnest J. M. 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. TILESTOS MILLING CO.S WORLD'S BEST OF ALL FLOUR in the world. Ask for it and convinced. Nice Fresh Meal and Feed always on band. 1601 and 1603 Fourth Ave. Teiephwae 11SS. We have opened . Our Rubber store, and are offering Abckintoshes for ladies, Mackintoshes for gentlemen. Mack intoshes for misses, Mackintoshes for boys, d the very best qualities, and at prices w ithin the reach of all. It will pay you to examine thea Also Rubber Clothing for men and boys. THE BEST RUBBER BOOTS are none too good for you. U , br them for sale. It may interest you to call and Aas::w the many articles made of Rubber. You are 'c n;e. WILSOX, IIAIG1IT & CO., 207 Brady Street, Davenport. J. T. RoEriBU. tToa Bornru. ROSENFIELD BROS. PRACTICAL Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters. House Heating and Sanitary Plumbing. Basement Rock Island Xat. But Ki i inch SUk. wwol a-d cotton tnixtBres, mads to tI we ffer itiem at l)"4c a yart Xfwuntni inC'ord a-l Jacqiard elTert. wtalck ara a m.r, at f ton t-'r to f.i, i ffer them at I V to lit a yard. "iim lo ,liaw roa hnw ainrh in eroe-t w- are. we will tv 1 uesdTm imineai 10 o'clock nark the hwr pw . a( jt fai rr hourette Miitins at Sc a yard ne nicarl onlr (..,... , Unds department w.ll rave joi t of competition for the three nrie. SCHAAB, -DEALER IX-