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THE ARGUS. FRIDAY, APRIL 6. 1894. .CITY CHAT. Wail for Adams. Frail M. A K'. new ad. M. 6 K. tor men's shot-a. Houses to rent by E. II. Guyer. New potatoes at Bunchcr's gro cery. Jtrprx srvret potatoes at Bunchcr's grocery. Choice strawberries at Bunchcr's grocery. Columbia park lots for sale by K. II. Guy or. Mr.nlcrries anl pineapples at lles Bros'. No tronMe to show goods at Young A Mii'omlu'. Pictnrejoe America"' bring in your coupons. Eating apples, oranges anil bananas at Hess Bros'. Andrew iVmaldson of Rural was in the city today. Bright new gooJs at Youn & Mc Combs' opening. Choice eating apples and pears at Bunchcr's grocery. Turkeys anil chickens dressed to order at lies Bros". Pineapples and Mood oranges at Bnncher's grocery. 'Pictiircsiiie World's Fair" meets with the approval of ail. Radishes, onions, lettuce and rhn bard at Buncher's grocery. Mrong & t'arroll's celebrated cor dovan shoes tl.S'j M. & K. Twenty-live bi; dollars given away at 'the Harper tonight. t'uenmbers. soup bunches and spinach at Buncher's grocery. The Ak;i s World's fair scries is in popular demand. 1'reM-rve it. Mrs. Anna K. Davis is expected home from Collinsville, Ala., next week. All the latest novelties in dress goods and silks at Yonog & McCombs new store. You can buy a pair of men's fhoes for(l at M. i K. that ether dealers get J for. Eli Mosenf'Mer and family rc. turned last evening from Hot Springs and M. LouU. They have the gofids and at the right price at Young .V: Mct'omln" dress g'tods department. 'Pictures.tie World's Fair" is the pride of all who see it. (let the se ries at The Aki.i s oiI'kt. A. E. lit do and S. E. Little of Chi cago are in Hock Island, and are the guests of the Schnell club. Lettuce, spinage, radUbc. onions, soup bunches, afrngns, cucumbers nd egg plant at Hess Bros". The unofficial tignres place William Kinck's majority over t'apt. tleorge Lamont for supervisor at 747. Look at the razor toe. the nobby tans, the tine titter M. & K. are showing for gentlemen's footwear. The lecture by Mrs. A. A. Benn at the t. A. I!, hall yesterday afternoon was well attended, well appreciated and instructive. Ladies, a lovely line of shoes will it shown to you at the opening of Adams' shoe store. Wait. Ladies with small feet and particu larly narrow widths, will find quite liue of nice footwear at M. & K's. at lialf price. Take the little ones to the matinee at the Harper Saturday afternoon. Every child will receive a present. Admission 10 cents. (iettlemen, it will pay you to wait until Adams opens his new store. The very latest styles will tie shown, and prices that will plrase you. Our fl and (1.25 lines of Oxfords can't be beat. They are trade win nerslots of style for a little monev black and russet, in them. The Boston. (Jeneseo's city election resulted in the election of Emory Graves mayor, bv 144 plurality ever Buell and btt. Mayor Winner did not stand for re election. The third shipment of The Akoi s music book. "(lathered Jewels of Song." was received last evening, and those desiring copies may now secure them. If yon are going to pajwr this spring, call on Keren & Greve. They carry a line assortment of samples, and will do your work cheap S'J Eighteenth street. 'Miss Nobody" was well liked by a Jarge audience last night. The Hid den company is all right. Fred Jones was awarded ('5 by the com pany last evening. The Missionary Guild of Saint Paul will hold its monthly meeting warded Highest Honors world's Fair. DR. MOST PERFECT MADE. A pjrt Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. :et torn Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant P YIAU TI STAND AAU CHEAT.! m jriniiy cnurcn mis evening. After service the vestry will have an adjourned meeting at the rectory. A novelty at the Harper tonight. Mr. Mitaulier in a dramatization of Charles Dickens' David Copperficld. r.vcryono snouitt -see it. Trices 10, 20 and SO cents. The llolden Comedy company con tinues to draw well "at Harper's the atre. There arc but two more per formances in the excellent reportoire presented by this company. Ladies, take a look at the shoes the Boston offers great selection of late styles big buttons and small ones, crimped vamps or not, in shoes and Oxfords. See our 3, 3.50 and f4 lines. . Bishop Burgess will visit Trinity chorch for confirmation on Sunday, morning and evening. Dur ing his stay he will be the guest of Hon. and Mrs. E. W. Hurst. The regular monthly meeting of the Ladies' Industrial Belief society will he held at 6J8 Twentieth street on Monday, April 9, at 2:.'50 p. m. All members of the society are urged to be present. Iycrch & Grcve, S19 Eighteenth trcct, are doing a rushing business this spring. Parties wanting anv work done in painting. calso mining, or hanging of wall paper, will do well to place their orders earlv. Shoes Oxfords footwear for everybody, and all the late styles. Our misses russet lace fhoc, square toe. st.rinir heel, is verv nobbv for iris. Our bvs line "can not be equalled. Yours for shoes. The Boston. Second a von no is to have a new business front, and Sam Arndt of the Crown restaurant will be the proud est of anv over the fact. A. C. Dart having determined to put in a mod ern front in the store room the Crown now occupies. Save your coupons for "Tictur. esiiue America. ' The Akci-s i supplied with sufiicient copies of all parts to meet all demands now. Back numbers, as well as those in the regular order of the series, mav be secured at The Aki.is counting room. Isaac Freed and Kate Ilvan. who were married in this citv last ovon- ng by Rev. D. J. Flannery. will be- pin housekeeping jn Kock Island The Venetian Mandolin club, of which the groom is a "member, ten. dered them a serenade. Davenport Times. The spectacle of Charles Case on the streets this morning in the cos tume of a granger with pitchfork in hand was by no means indicative of his intention to join Coxev's armr. Case proposes to postpone anv such adventures until after the Hock Isl and depot is moved. News has been received in Daven- Irt of a shocking accident having befallen Mrs. llachael Hall of Daven- ort in a runaway accident at Clin ton yesterday afternoon. The ladv was run dow n by a runaway horse, and her skull and collar bor -ac- turcil. and in addition t" I was injured seriously in r i.v. M. S. Waller, president of the Alta Loma company of Alta l-oma, Texas, who represents the section in which the Kock Island colonizers have x" ''i'"1' ""d Lnl-n-ipts" cided to locate, presented the AuS?j&Z?"V!' with a fine box of strawberries morning, the lucious fruit been grown in the localU the KK-k Inland colon lablishcd. Tl.e es- A tire broke out Imii ntlint dc- . ,1... ', It into oiirui 01 lur IvOl, iand Plow- company this njorn'uiLi a workman having gore into th-' cellar with a torch to aseerU n tlie cause of a leak in a barrel of oil. 'The flame ignited the oil nnd set lire to the floor. It was quickly, subdued,' however, al though the tire department was sum moned and made.quick response. The Augiistam? 1 Conservatory' of Music will give a concert in the t'irst M. E. church Thursdav. April 12, under the auspices of the Home Mis. sum circle. 11 win oe m nrsr ciasg entertainment, such astfaat institn tion is in the habit of givInj.: A chorus of voices will give selections from the Messiah, vocal solos by cel ebrated singers, also 'orchestral and organ music. The Peoria Herald has this latest bit of base ball information: -Onion Bill" McCaull has been making trouble again. He tried to sell out Des Moines for Joliet but has been thwarted in his plans. He sent out telegrams from Joliet to the effect that the Des Moines club had been transferred to that city, but there whs not a word of truth in the report, as President Howe nnd Vice President Kent declare. The lirst thing he knows McCaull will be given the Kazoo.'" "Pill, p lls. pill-! There' nothing like pll's When ynnr are ri lous to cure your ills. The poet Is rich: and he misrht Lave tiotbfully nl ;o that of alt pills Dr. Pierce's I'lca.int Pel let are the safest and Met. They arc sciur cn. ed, mill an easy to take, and procure t o trrt Ira or oatises. but 1 hey do their appointed work ua t y, p esstntly thoniiicdiy. Too only t are cure lor na ltual consamiulou. The Weatl.er We Miy Hxpert. Wasiiiatrmx. April The followinir are the wi-uthrr iiidiratinns for trnty-four hour troro p. 111. yesterday: For Indiana. Illinois. im! Iowa-Fair, warmer weather; westerly, shirtimt to southerly wiuis. For Loser Mich. Ivan-Fair weaihert wind, shifting to south wesmrly; warmer. For Upper M chieau and Win on sin- Fair weather; southwesterly winds; aaruur. Married. WAHKEX-XILLEB By Rev. 8. G. JeOurJS. ts:)p. m. iBorsd.r. Aptll 5, in Pejria,lilft AulI Margaret UilWrtoGe Tit J. War en, Stq. at Lciirftor, Ky. Wketw Raws Crow. For many centuries the growing of rosea for the manufacture of perfume has been an important industry in many places. In the south of France and in Algeria rose culture is conducted upon a large scale. Shirac, in Persia, and Ghazipur, in India, hare long been important cen ters of the industry, and so has Medine-tel-Favoum, in Egypt. But, most noted of all, yielding the largest quantity and the finest quality, is Kazanlik, in eastern Bnmelia the valley of roses. This lovely valley lies on the southern slope of the Balkans, sheltered by their towering sides from the cold north winds, and is the center of a district which yields on an average nearly 4,000 pounds avoirdupois of attar of roses, rep resenting a commercial value of $180,000. New York Tribune. Tli. Rot To!cr Delation. An interesting delusion is produced by looking along a redhot poker at some small object (a coin or a letter stuck up on a wall) removed from the eye a dis tance of from four to six feet. Direct the gaze intently for a few seconds, and you will presently see an inverted image of the object hanging near the end of the poker. St. Louis Republic MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. New York Financial. New Yoiik, April &. Money cn call cay. Oftfred at t por cent. Prime mercantile aKr 3t.(,"i jx?r c-eut. Sterlinn exclmnee dull, with uctual business in tankr's liills at 4SM4',i,4.ss!i4 fur demaud and 4.-;'4y 4Ti for sixty davs; posted ratos ISSjivrti. Commercial bills 4,sj'4a Silver certificates MS bid; no salts; bar silver 61? . Mexican dollars U I'nited States boaja. .Vs regular, UTIi; do 5's mpons. llTi; 4's regular. 1 W': d 4's ciiHna, couins, I l-H.; do bid. :, i Duu i'aciUc Cs otWi, Ur.'L w York Grain and I'rodiire. New Yohk. April 5. Wheat May. RUwDfyeV: Julv, TU..ni7 KHiir; Dw ember. 7s llti" Ttt V. live-Nominal. Coin May. 4:ic: July.44W4i'4C. Oats-May. Ji.ly.:tV; track white tttate. Ssj,;-; track white western. :x,i.4gf. Pork -New m.-ss. Sl:l.iV(l:i.7r.: family. $l:l..Kivt.l4 short clear. Si.i.ni'.i.ia.iii. i.ara ITiuie western i'l.iMt nominal. strain. Chicago Grain and Produce. Chicaoo, April 5. Followins were the quotations on the board of trade today: Wheat April, lulled t.2V-, i losed Kll-; May. opened KFV, Closed MU". July. oi-ued tii, clotHd titic. Corn April, oiened e. closed 3sc; May. ojened X-ir. closed .): July. oiened :s-'S--. closed Xn4c. Oats-May. ojM-ned Hlc. closed Sljr: June, otn-ned ''viic, closed Kb; July. oiened -"ac, closed Wiai-. Pork May, oetiel lio, clo-ed fl;l.l2S.; Julv, opened Sisuo. closed Slili Lard May, tj eoed ST.lu, close 4 S7.i;-. Produce: Buiter Fanry separator, Zlc per lb. fancy dairy. l.lc; packing stock. Sa.c E.u-Fresh stcn k. l"v-' liK- per doz. Live pi.ul try Chickens, MWnJiir per lb; turktys, 71, fvsc: ducks, sSi.liirs ceese. $4.ii.tf.u per dcz Potatoes Barbankx j2 iTo Sic per bu. Hebrons, 4s"c'c: mixed slock. 45 -tiK: tweet lr,tHtoes. Illinois. .l.ni.ij.5ii p,.r bbl. Ap-plrs-S4iK;.ViW per Vol. Il;iey White flcver. l-ibseitions, l l-i! IS..-; broken comb, liU13c; duri ctimli, gooi cunditiaa. lti-tllc, ttra:uvd Cai'.foriua, iirtc. Chicttiro Live Stock. Ch kai.o, AprH S. Live Stock -The prices at the Union Stock yards today ranzed as follows Hni:-,-Estimated teiuipts tor the day. 2ii.uif: sales tanced nt &4.3&jfct. vie tiTrWi Voi) 1:kUi. Sni-4 7 roiivli packius. $.T.;.(,j.(y mixeA. und t-l. !;.() heavy p.nkin and thlppin U:ts- (.ottle IliK-eipts for tlio day. D.iHI; quota tions rauijed at f 4 ' i 75 choice to extra 1 shippim; fti-ers. Si 7" 4.:i pwhI to choice do. i..s., fair to tr jotl. S w-',J .31 common to medium do, !J.s..':i.3i bnti h-r' steels. Si ro M.lo st.KkTs. tl.ln;.Tti.i feeders, SI SIKJ 8 (Hi cows, ii.ti".,j::i.ij heifers. Sl SHuJl So bulls. Si.at ju lexas steers, and Sji4o2.) veal tJves. for the dnv. westerns, $73 and $o.5U;d.4o iambs. The Local Markets. . un.no. Wheat 6Sc Corn SWi.tnc. 0tf-ssia:nt. Ust -iimothy, S"5l$ln: nplsnn. sai9' wild I'afS; lonh sTittUT; balid. 7 WKSnrJ. ' Slraa, Stii.M. Mtoinrc. ""tTer Fair to cnotco, 18c: creamer. 2Jc :sc hire Presh. Hr&llo. Pooltry Chicaena, dressed, lflc; tnrkeys rlrtosed. 10c; rtnr.s, dressed, luc; -geese. tlUt; wild ruck, 7c " ' HtllT ASS Twvrsi rg, - Apples 17 Ml er bh, FOB Chiuaco " fotatoe ft mW. tmions T per nu. . Turnips-S ic per ba. ' tive evoCK , Cartle Batchers pay tor enen t eteen '.; cows and neife s, 2!UJitf : csjv.s iwe r . HoEe-sice -. Sheep aott.1c)4 ", ' rrtx.. COal Soft, lOe: barn. 9H.UI. Wood Cot v 4.ou: sawed. S5 .00. Intelligence Column. A EX YOC IN KEED? IF YOTJ Want money Want a cook Want boarders Want a partner JWant a situation ant to rent roomi Waul a servant girl Want to sell a farm Want to pell a nooae Want to exchange anything; Want te sell household good Want to make any real extate loam Want to sell or trade for anythtinr Want to tlitd customer for' anything USE THESE COLCMS". T4B DA n.Y AKOt'8 DELIVERED ATTOCH door every evening lor 10c per week. IfHESH JERSEY ;u er. COW WASTED BT E. H. TTANTED V boane. -A PASTRY COOK AT HARPER COOK WANTED, hone. AT THE SIAUCKKR n"M II hand FOR RENToVES JONEs' SECOND t:re. UrAN ED-OtlOD COOK, CALL AT 1913 SEC otid avji ue. n'ANTen-AT om e. koie fihst class " t ilnroat ll)pe'e, ihc taiicr. .Oil SAt.f KOFt KU1TZ S lIRT F.RVSER I al all leaoii g grocers. "It kill clrt." U'ASEii.A PO I r If IN AS CAKHK IX A . r srdr bon., or a crepery store. Ad drcm "U." lbisofiice. WANTED ALK8M AM; talary from Urt. perninnrnt place. Brown Bros. Co., tiur eiyniea. t hlcaen. lil. WAWTED TJTO ROOMS b-oeekreplnc. down stain, quire at Bowlbj's aia.lc atoee. FOB UOHT Addreu er In- Riverside mm m mn 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 DOIT. 1C15-1617 SETOXD ATEMTF, socsisuro. There is No Room at the Top KRELL & MATH'S High 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 yon 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 FRKNCH KOLLS.nothinji nicer with coffee. PLAIN ROLLS, just the thing for sandwich or butter. PATTIE SHELLS, nice for ovstcrs, 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 ond course. VIENNA ROLLS, no sweeten ing. CHEESE STICKS, with best of cheese. y'e make a large number of specialties too numerous to men tion. We usually carry a lare 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. KBELL & HATH 1716 and 1718 Second At. V Telephone 1156. AN EMBARRASSING SLIP Is the Slip of the Tongue. $100 Shoe Matters not a hiph or low-priced shoe a guarantee accompanies each pair. Our 1 shoe has all honest qualities nothing but lealher. line working leather in up pers, sole-leather insoles, as well well as sole-leather counters which are so seldom found now-a-Uays in anv shoe. $2.00 Shoe. Made for us is a warranted calf shoe, sewed, and by far a better shoe than you pay 3 for anWhexe. Special oak soles will sji.iW.thc' abuse. We have themrtler erent toes and lasts. TY' -:' $2 85 Shoe: Tan shoes are made of the sren nine stock have the stvle. the shape, the fit, the endurance, the comfort and the satisfaction of the best 4 shoe in the city. Largest Dealers Mdntyre-Reck Dry Goods Co Silk and Dress Goods Carnival. Gay with Bright. Beautiful New Goods your eyes and fatten your pocket books. We cannot enumerate one bargain in ten, pace forbids, but w hat to the rest. - We have placed on our counters a full new line of the famous LIBERTY SATINS And the price is .r9cv The lowest lonr. At the same time we Affer SATIN DUCIIESSE At 69c on which the usual price is f 1 to $1.25. This is your chance. It won't last long. We feel justly proud of our display of Cheney Bros', famous Figured Silks, w hich we offer at tl a yard, A beautiful assortment ofC8e Figured Silks, which go this week at 49c a vard. We Mp,"'1 magnificent array of Trimming Silks, including plain and figured Taffetas, Morieil Silks in b!a. k colors. Satins in swivel, illuminated and fisured effects, etc. We can and will v.... ..,' ' an'1 silk dnnartmont Fme'l rrpard for profit characterizes onrrew ard p!endM tock of Dr Oood. You cm .or Imiierial cords, eatln faced, ail aoo , Itc, wonhTV. They won't 1M lone. . fine j. nov ty Wool o-d-. 96 and 40 inches wide, at 3Bc, worth Si c A compete a'oortincnt of tit nnvelty mixtnre t,c. A mIi lot-all we could net -of fancv Cord', all wool aal a lard wido. at Si . wor h .Vis. a new line or granite mixture. Inch Our advertising contest has started, and there will lie some earnest competition for the thn-e i.r',. Remember the girl who writes the best original adv't for our spring opening, receives a new spriti" dr.'. pattern worth up to $7.50, her own selection. There are also two otber prizes worth bavin". i.,Ul. "' ami make any inquiry you want, the firm will answer any reasonable iuvstions. " " a Arrj vise merits. uriFoperalio DAVENPORT. OSE N.OHT ONLY. SuEday, April 8. The Famous Hoosier Coined v-Drama 99 Special Scenery. Strong Cas"t. Every thihg New and Up to Date. It's a Funny Show. Don't Come Late. Rose Melville as Sis Hopkins. Seat tale tnuclay mornirg at the o)era house.' MOVED. We are now at 1610 Second Avenue. KOHN & ADLER Wholesale Liquors. SEE AGAI.1 AS I.J YOUTH 2 .,WVl..T..r.r. -4 irSlT. 11 THESE WONDERFUL LENSES Are the result cf years of scientific exper. ImentirjR. and are now placed, owina tr, theirsuDerioritr. nwemiTiAntlvo i tiling heretofore rrodnced in this iine. Thy are acknowledged by experts to b Tne Ilnet nnd most penwetly eoagtmcted Lenses KNOWN, and are peculiarly adapted to correctine the variou- visual tmnerfeo- I tions. A trial of thIUWiNOoa will vjK yon they are PERFECT SIGHT SEtfaitBS. btrjPiurWarrarited. For sale by T. II. THOMAS, Drug gist and optician. The young man whose (shoe) tongue had slipped while in company with his best girl, thus causing him to forget his religion, is now vainly in search of an other girl. It's a poorly constructed shoe that causes more misery' than the corn inside of one. No "slips" when you wear M. & K. shoes. A Guarantee With Every Pair. If a shoe -proves defective-don't give reasonable satisfaction, or wears out too soon, we pledge to give a new pair free or refund your money. It means that we are ready to protect your hard-earned dollar. The balance of our stock of ladies shoes at half price. M. $ K. in Gentlemen's Shoes and Wearing Apparel in Rock price erer before mentioned by any 15 nieces of decant new " wide. good. at Sic. money ,, Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co. 1709 and 1711 Second avenue. Rock Islani J. M. Wholesale and retail dealer in Flour, Feed, Grain, Hay and Straw. Proprietor of Cyclone Roller Mills. All kinds of grinding dont to order. Agent for the GEO. TILESTOX MILLING CO.'S WORLD'S BEST OF ALL FLOUR in the world. Ask for it and be convinced. Kice Fresh Meal and Feed always on hand. 1601 Teiephaae lis. We have opened . Olir Rllhhfr tnrp StlH for ladies, Mackintoshes for gentlemen. Mack intoshes for misses. Mackintoshes for Leys, cf the very best qualities, and at prices within the reach of all. It will pay you to examine then. Also Rubber Clothing for men and boys. THE BEST RUBBER BOOTS are none too good for you. V ii-t them for sale. It may interest you to call and xai:rs the many articles made of Rubber. You are c'.c s.t. WILSON, IIAIGIIT& CO., 207 Brady Street, Davenport. ROSENFIELD BROS. PRACTICAL Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters, House Heating and Sanitary Plumbing. Basement Rock Island Xat. Ek at prices which will Ha 1 1 u' n we tell vou will serve .... 1 v one was 89c. Thev won"! U-t ' U Wt Kt w hx Silk, wool a d cotton mixtarea. nude los-i: we rffer tn. ro at tir a r Z,- New wwea in rd. ard Jarqnard ffe-t. whir ir a'war. . at f io tic to a w . ar tlient at Sc to lc a yard . J,i V !'" now Biqcn in etrMt m- are. we wiM . TiindTin .rLineai 10 o'clock -mark the bwir-iO . i fare, boorette nil:i.r at .V a rd One toc.el .mi,--,.."" on hand, uii- lin j....... ' " , . SOHAAB, -DEALER IX- and 1603 Fourth Ave. ?ir nffArinrr Mictmto.-lur $3 00 8hoe. It's pure American calf or kan garoo -Goodyear welt. -a-y on tender feet, any style shajw. 'a or tip equal in many respect t'1 the fa grades of other dealer-. Try a pair, please you'll be dclisrtite'l with them. $4 89 Shoe. Strong & Carroll's genuine haaJ welt cordovan shoes, the s-anu' is sold the world over at fO. t'ur former price was f5.50, now t' A reduction in expense niea reduction in price it doc:-n't cort us a penny to handle men" h'--thus giving us an advantage i r all others, and that is whv e can now sell this shoe at 4 th'.r cost f4.25 to manufacture. Island County.