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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1894. CITY CHAT. M. & K. (or bargains. Knee pants 9e, M. & K. Fresh fish at lie Bros'. M. & K. for nobby -.hoes. St amlr? socks 3c I. & K. fhirt waist at lie M. & K. Fresh oysters nt Hess Urns'. M. & K. (or line fitting shoe. Gauze uLderwcar l'.c M. & K. Hear the grand chorus tonight. l'rcii lih at Rancher's grocery. Choice eating apples at Bum-her's. Finest Hoc of men's shoes at M. & K'a. Men's pic toe lIu hir 2 at Dolly Brot". Children's tan shoes 7c at Dolly Bros. Lerch & Grcvc. 5)0 eighteenth Street. Cheap stiriTH!n at 16-22 Second avenue. Piano an. I organ for rent at Bowlhy's. A nice line of frch vegetables at lles Bros. Frch straw In-rrie anl pineapples nt Bunihcr'. Choice strawberries and pineapples at Hess Bros". Sec M. & K's. f.", f (1.93, f 7.o3 anil $1( men's suits. Polly l'.ro. are sole agents for ladies' tender-foot shoes. Nee our line of children's patent tip shoe at 7."c Polly Bros. Radishes, onions, lettuce, spinach and rhubarb at Biitichcr's. Eighty voices nnd an orehcra t nlght at the Mcthilist church. Free A steel wire carpet loater with each c:irjH!t. at llurkstucdt's. Thirty-inch worsted elicck suitings at Mcl'il-"s. lsje a yard: would In cheap at i'.'c. Nice line of knotted fringed che nille st nil covers at McCahc's tomor row. .'.". each. A small ir.in safe and farm wagon for sale cheap. J. W. Jones, Sect. nl avenue. Twenty-one new names have been added to The Amirs" subscription lists this week. Will trad", sell or buy anything and verything. J. W. Jimcs, ,Cr22 Second av4 uui'. Sme giKd second-hand furnishings wanted at Jones' ec:ud-hand store. 1622 Second avenue. Cash for some second-hand cloth ing. ladie" r gents, at w22 Second avenue. J. V. Jones. Men's and !oy's shoes only at M. & K's. balance of ladies shoes nt half price all small sizes. Insurance gasoline stoves don't buy uctil yon see them absolutely safe. G. 6. Huckstaedt. The Anc.rs "Pictnresrine World's Fair' meet with ttopulnr appraval. Secure it and preserve it. We have some bargains in second haii'l pianos this week sure. Call and see them, at ISowlhy's. Imported all wl genuine Scotch tartan plaids. for combination, waists, etc., at McCabc Bros'. Gathered JcwcU of Song" TnE At:r,i s now has them. 1 he third in tallmcnt is nearly exhausted. America's Greatest Men and Wo men a valuable album through the medium of The Aunts cuiipons. E. Mollitt has resigned his p sition as prescription clerk at Thomas' ilrug store, and is succeeded bv Will Battles. Knee pants, lie; stout children's nits, He: seamless socks, Sc; ties, worth oc at 25c; gauze underwear, 19c, at M. it K's. Call and see the 35 organ. By aving tl.l'.i jht week 1 on can have mnsio nt home. Call and talk it orcr. at How I by 'a. A few nlci- ladies" and gents" watches at Imlf price: unredeemed pledges, J. W. Jones pawn shop, 1022 Second avenue. Bv not purchase a piano until you have seen the late.-! improvements that Kimball is putting in. Exam ine them at Bowlby's. Capt. J. E. Hiigiiuili. t!ic well know n rivcrman of Cordova, was in the citv vesterdav. and made The AK;t s a pleasant call. Charles Seller, of Reynolds, and Miss Siia Fox. c( Taylor Kidge. were married by J tint ice" llawes in his ollice at S o'clock this morning. Ten per cent off on baby carriages nniu satuniav, to mako room for a full line of gasoline stoves and re frigerators. G. O. Huckstaedt. F.mig. the. tailor, has just received mrdtd Highest Honor World's Pair. DIl. r MM KSCE MOST PERFECT MADE A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free ffom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS TI STANDARD. a fine line of imported and domestic spring woolens. Call and see his line before you order elsewhere. Get The Akgi s dictionary on the installment plan, and you will have the best book of reference complete at nominal cost before you know it. Geo. W. II. Browne, of Washing ton, accomanicd by Grace and Jamie, children of the late" W. S. Knowlton, arrived last night to attend the lat ter's funeral. Don't pass by our fine line of ex tension tattles and side-boards. You will tine some marvelously low prices, and some nreltv designs, li. O. Huckstaedt. New line of butter laces, wide and larrow, also bUck bourdon for capes, ust in at McCabe Bros. Yesterday's Trivals makes the assortment very rood in all styles. McCabe Bros, offer tomorrow a lot. of short leagths and ends, printed dimities and organdies just as thev come from the mill at Ueavard: rogular 25c goods. Three hundred and fift v.dnllar rosewood case. 71 octaves. Cabinet irand Upright niano for &-xi;v if taken this week. Kasy terms of pav it i ... K in. v an aim see li ai itnmiiv If you are going to paper this pring call on Lcrch & Grevc Thtr carry a fine assortment of wall paper. niu niii iurnisn samples on applica ion. They ran do your work cheaper hananvbodv. Call anil see them if 3'9 Kightecnth street. Pnstoflicc Inspector Guy T. (Jould las landed another postal fraud. An mplove of the Milwaukee nosti.nioe named Kilmann had been in the habit of plundering hundreds of out going letters a day, and the stealing had Im-cii going on since last Angust. 'n oenig apprehended by Inspector iotild. Kilmann made a full confes sion. The excursion to Peoria Aoril 9t will afford an opportunity to enjov a I'lcasuni irip. anu at me same time to see our boys play their first games. The Rock Islands are to pl.iv in Peo ria April 2" and -20. and arrange ments nave ocen made with the Teo ria road for an excursion on tb lnt of these two dates, at the extremely low rate of $1.50 for the round trip. A CTOod heart V laU"-h is nromisml all who witness the popular eccen tric comedian. Ezra Kendall, when he presents his funniest of laugh pro ducers Monday evening. April 23, at uariMT . theatre, lbi.s piav. always good, is better than ever, as it is thoroughly up to date, the latest songs, brightest savings and most attractive dances being introduced. The company includes many well known favorites, among whom, are the charming little soubrette. Mis Jennie Dunn, of juvenile "Pinafore"' fame. Cilhert Sarony, John Magee, the La Verde sisters and other popu lar arusis. , Vonthrul Itnrelars. Four little boys, ranging from G to 13 years of 'age. are detained at the police station for stealing inonev from Speidel's drug store. Bay Ham- rueriy. a littie r !low about six years old. has U'cn in the habit of staving around the drug store everv a'fter tioon. and on several occassions Mr. Speidol has missed money, but never suspected the little boy. On last Sunday afternoon, however, the little fellow took about $! out of the money drawer, and going outside divided it with his companions. Har lie and George Cheeney and Bennic Condiff, and these three'went to Dav enport and spent the money for ice cream, candy, etc. Chief Sex'ton this morning brought the bovs together and questioned them very closely and the two Cheeney boys were strong in their denial that "they knew any thing about it, but the" chief sought young Condiff, and the above storv wasclicited from him. The Knowlton Funrral. The funeral of the late V. s Knowlton was held from the Simp son noaruing nouse this afternoon, Bev. J. H. Kerr otliciating. The choir of the Central church sang beautifully, "Nearer My (iml to Thee." "Passing Away' and "Jesus My All." There wns'n large attend ance, and many lovely floral tributes'. Buford post and Belief corps and the Sons of Veterans attended. The pall-bearers were: Mayor T. J. Me lill and Messrs. G. M. Boosley, K. Krazer. W. W. Eggleston. K. A. Donaldson and W. II. Jordon. 'aid V'nre to I'bTsic "w at tilty that we A'lm onrht U op trn nil fthonltl nlif.m trre';. My s:rri:ih f xf austil. niv tup mr flfri. Frrniihi- milry ol blue pills iilictirged at mj 11 l t.ot 1ran;e that MH-u shonld remoc- st-alc airiiiml the vtt cf thoe rriplng and dras tic b'.ne BiarhlCT, with wt.tch o'd fogies of medl clne oetn'.st In dosli j; thrir patients. Thr j are not only rev.,lilim in apM"arai cr, but oftimc actnally Injuilons In Ibeir adroit. Yet Nature n.'ds aoni cl.ol In overcuml g oliaiinate dyepc. - all, rocp'ipi!n and liver t rouble t, and fortu-nai"lr!-e las a err valuable is;stnt in Dr Pktcc- riiarant 1'illctr, whri, gniali as bl-d aei'.and simr-fostod. ne.rr fail tj acttffec tticly, though ootalnclv. otice. The n-gular monthly mectin"' of the industrial J tome association will lie held this evening at 7:30 o'clock All trustees arc requested to bo prcs- na. vt. uAiiLts, secretary. ent. The Weather. Occasional showers and strong soatnerly winii--. stinting to westerly; coiuer ton ig nt; tair rrniay. F. J. Walz, Observer. ITic throne, the pnmdecs. the hish ecclesiastics, the captains general, the admirals and the ministers of state in Spain wield a very powerful influence in Spanish politics and control the npper house of the cortes. corxrr building. Trmnarers. H E. H. (Juyerct al to John Link, lot 13, block 2. Gnvcr's sesond add.. Rock Island. $250.' Jacob Hager to Otto Daebellichn, part lot 7, Stephen Suess, subdiv. 5, 17. lw, $1,000. Sarah L. Kyder to J. C. H. Read, part lot 2, assessor's plat of S3, IS, lw. 2.300. G. W. Walker to E. II. Guver to Fred Thorcnsen, indefinite tract. Le Clairc's Reserve, tCS7. 16 E. C. Cavctt toC. H. Wayne, lots 10 and 11, Schoonmaker's sub div., Reynolds, f-.,000. Mary Moore to John Mosher, lots 1, 2 and 3, block 79, Village of Anda lusin, 95. Omar D. Clark to John II. Mosher, lot 4, block 79. Town of Andalusia $15. Huber & Peetz to A. B. Battles, lot 19, Huber & Peet's add.. Rock Isl and, f9O0. Probite. IS Estate of Louis fllit Administrator's final report filed and ordea approving same nisi by first day of may term next (7th prox) and that administrator notify heirs by publication. Conservatorship of Rebecca J. Tit tcrintrton. Andrew DnnnliUnn .- pointed conservator as successor of wuiui-s j. i uicrington, tue former conservator, now deceased. Bond nxeu at fbiH). Estate of Casner Vitth thenticated copy . of will, order of .i..wuie, tie., in tnsirict court of Scott county, Iowa, filed and order admitting same to probate and record herein. Lleenaed to Wed. April 17. Jul Leonic Saclens, Rock Island. rropoaats So!lcllwl. Scaled prnnopnls for thp nwrwainfny v.. a rchool building mi'l lc rccriviM bv the uutlt-r-aiiMii-n c immin.e of ihc hoanl of cdnra ion. on or before Tr e-dsv ev-nin7. Mv l.lssi. Tin re moval of bu.lr.ii s to hoia .Iupp it, iv.u. and ter wHmu on or pel. r j J alv -Jl, ISM. All l.rirk and oihi-r debris to be nsi rl in fil.iud excavation of buiMing ard for crmitnj Tvri v-scci lid t,tr. t uv.nrn .-iia ami rcverin awuuen; all oinei nia'etitU to se too jiro.-i-Ttv of tbi contractor The cumniTtcc rcrv.s the riht to reject any audallb:d5. Fiksk E Koihuns. Wu.utv B. Fkuoi . Bnllil n 4 Vimniittrc. Notice of Dissolution. 1 ttH Ml'tni.al.tn V ....... . " . 1 . Joseph Itndhnm and A. N l.o.JiT. ano known as . j wi-ii inn tni, i inn oay UH- .vod by rentiiBl consent. A.N. Lrrtiy eon tmui's in th hq-ire--. an 1 will scttV all the af fairs of Ibe fa d firm. Jii-kpii Baih ,a A. N. Looby. Intelligence Column. A RK TOC IS SEED? TT VOTJ Want money Want a cook Want boarder Want, a liartner JSVant a etnaUon ant to re-nt Toom Want a wrvant (t'.rl Want to eell a farm Want to veil a honse Want to exchange anythinir Want te sell household roods Want to make any real estate loans Want to sell or trade for anyibtne Want to Bud customers for anything CSS THESE COLUMNS. TUB DAILT ARGUS DELIVERED AT TOC B door every evenlne for We. per week. O ' REN T-Uol SE, AI'PLT NO. 1311 THIRD Avenue. OR RENT THE CNION HOUSE SALOOS. Apply there. rOOMFOB REST OVEt JONES" SECOND t band More. OR RENT Fl"tNiS!lED noCsE, FOR US months. Uil Fourth avenue. OR SALlT-KOF(KRITZS ntRT KRaSER at ail leaiiit'g crocers. "It kills dirt." I FIRiT GIf L WANTED AT !i:i TWENTIETH i street. Must cime well recorjimended. w ANTED A GirtL rOR GENFRAL HOCSK- Auqu ru 01 airs. J r. Jlead, Sears- poR RifNT-A M E LARGE O'FirE WO)M L ov. rJuueo' second bau store l3Si Svcol i venue . 1 I OT LADY'S GOLD WATCIL NO INUCKir Vt tion. Finder j.lerBa leave at this cffl:e and ncilve rcwurd. WANTED SALESMAN; snlaty from star, permanent Dl.-c. Brown tiros, to . Nur serymen, Chicago, III. FOR SALF-SEVESTT-EK.Iir AYERTrAN 7' r,',r-' n,Pny rl,K crtirrratgt JUcciiib sell. Aid ess boxl. C! uton, Iowa r OR SALE-TWO OF THE BUST BUILDING A corners in Si bni ll's addition. Ksr terms Apply tJ J. W. favaiianf;h.2l2J Fifth avenue. ' TXTANTED A RELIABLE, ENERGETIC MAN " lo represent an i Id 1 . ne insurance cnminnv of New Vo.k. in it c.k Island, Molins and Da'vei. p rt Gooi pay and erninnunt p :tion Call at mre 4. H. lnrrh. A.i-tant Sui erintend cnt. 1 Ryan block. Davcnpott. Iowa. CEVEVTY-FIVE DOLlaAKS A ESK PAID t' o ladies nnd retita to 11 t wn..tj . u Wash-r. Wb.uci anu dries iipm in lwo minu.-ts nt'" w o'liur me nana . o experience peresMiy: sells at sipht; perm incnt position. Ad dress W. P. Harr sun A Co , Clerk No. 1 1, Co um bos. Olio. Amusements. H arpefs Theatre, J E. Montrose, Manager. Monday, Apiil 23. Uettirn of the FaTortte The Popular Comedian, EZRA KENDALL In his Funniest of Plays, "A Pair of Kids" Evcrrthinir new! Now in Its ninth yenr of nc cess. he ereoest eonii anv vr '-ng red in this cla's of raierialnmaai', i eluding the p;rless Utile soubr t'e. Ml MS JF.lt: III' XX. rf Jnvfntle "rinafore" Fame, t'lb rt aronv. the ftirny old schoolmi'am rf ' n't In the Wood:" John rV.ace, in bis chirn pion reel and clog dant'ing- 11KI.LE THE I.AVEUDE SISTERS LILY Robert ajoc, I tlpan Oilberr, John P Pro, Hrrh rt D, n'on. Every arl ipl a star. Th aa e funny old e nmrynian, '".lihrs rlntton," with h' comical whistle and -Well, I'll be darned!" wh"se antics in ih i lly ti stniirart cere ke-p the iii-nce iu a cntinua! roar. The Great Me phiato Dtnce. Bright msslc and comedy special ties. Beats on sale a! Harier House Pharmacy, itarday, April M. rricsa 15,60, and 75c Riverside mm m mm Made in Twenty-two Styles and Sizes to suit everybody. Mcltltyre-Reck Dry Goods c They are the cheapest and the best, used by over 3000 famlies in the city that can testify to their merits. DAVID DOIT. 1615-1C17 SECOND AYEJiCF, SOCZISXaiKS. We Lead. Others Follow. K'K ChKAM SOIU, tin- lin et in the city, at Krell & Math's. FOUNTAIN SOUA made with jnirc fruit juices, :.t Krt-11 & Math's. K'K t'UKAMS, assorted fla vors, at Krell ii" Math's. FKL'IT 1CKS. made from the jniee of frth fruits at Krell Ac Math's. KKKLL & MATH'S Wild t'herry Acid Phosphate, nothing more refreshing. 1CK COLD LKMOXAIK. the In st thirst quencher, at Krell & Math's. IF YOU ARK Till UST Y or feel tired, stop into Krell Ai Math's and get a glass of the linest soda water in the city. Cream in every glass. OR IF YOU NKKl) a little hracing np, try a dish of our iee cream or fruit ice. mil & nw 1716 and 1718 Second At. Telephone 1156. our new MOX- mak- Prompt Action and Ready Cash Enabled us to secure hO DOZEN ELEGANT KID GLOVES, suede only, in full range of colors and Macks. They are not second?, Imt. arc erfect in every respect. The price regularly is fl. but for this, our owning week, we will name the unheard of price of 60C, 69c, 69c, 69C, 69C. The usual rule U one pair to a customer. Any one may have three pairs during this sale. This is a splendid opportunity to sceure the best gloves at a price that may not occur again. To thoronrhlv and otiicklv advertise and beautiful stock of spring goods, wo will on '. DAY and TUESDAY present to each customer, ing a purchase ol f 2 or more. Five Yards of Lonsdale Muslin, Free. We are not in business for the purpose of getting rich In a month, or a year. If we make a small profit each year we will be "satislied. We are working to deserve the name of being the most reasonable house in Kock Island. We would rather sell goods at right prices than be senators. Wednesday and Thursday Will occur our SPRING OPENING, and the public will be, as always, very welcome. No music, no flowers, but some more substantial features, which will be announced later. Watch this space and the local colu rues. SOLE AGENTS FOR KLTTKKICK PATTERNS. THE 15F.ST IN THE WOULD. Miss Bartholemew's Advertisement, tor the last month the M lnttr. .1 Co. have Ikm n clearing their -tl.t. . .1 ., stock at great stcrilicea in w ... I . I I m.iu mr 1 lie RECFITIOX of an exquisite lot of the vcrv hit. -r. mer dress fabrics, and they have 11 a dering display of novelties li-: TO the admiring eves of THE LADIKS It has Wen said that there can i. MUSIC to the average woman's ear than 1.. U. .. is stylishly and becomingly dre- l. m,,,) ! I-LOWERS of youth must indeed have wither.-1 1 .,, nmger tei is mat iM iu.Mit of st!,. i4 ing out of the world. Now- at ti. store you will lind no slmddv ir ..;.!-- cveryining pretty, substantial and fi at the vcrv lowest ix.jl,,. iitrUr. As assistants, we have perMms of.... taste who cheerfully as-ist you in si l.-ciin'J DAINTY COSTUMES and the small belongings so m-cean beauty of a dress. ' x w i r. M- It:T - : A SPLENDID TIME. Yutt doubtless know from ymir IS, what an assistance a second hV-i.h i. ; dress, for that one can rften tcil at .1 .,. or will not, lie licconjiug to vou. tln ri !! much time and vexation. To this m i , careful selection of our assistant, that t u home from our iiH'iiing not tired eiu at: i .' but teady to declare that vou hate had Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co. 1709 and 171 1 Second avenue. Rock Islari B WINTER, Wholosale Dt alar and Importer of Wines aDd Liquors. 1616 and 1618 Third Ave Time BATH BOOHS Baths of all kinds, including Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec tric, electro-thermal, etc., mav be obtained at the Sanitarium Bath Rooms, on the first floor of the Harper House. ROOMS OPEX. For Ladies From 9 a. m. to 12 m. on week days. For Gen tlemen From 6 a.'rn. 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 onlv. Electric and Electro-thermal baths may be obtained at any time during business hours. Gymnasium connected with bath rooms. J. M. SCHAAB, -DEALER IX- Wholesale and retail dealer in Flour, Feed. Grain, Hay and Straw. Proprietor of Cyclone Roller Mills. All kinds of grinilir; i,it to order. Agent for the GEO. TILESTOX MILLING CO j WORLD'S BEST OF ALL FLOUR In the world. Ask L r it asi convinced. Sice Fresh Meal and Feed always on hand. 1601 and 1G03 Fourth Ave. Telophase 115S. Buy Your ... RUBBER GOODS and MACKINTOSHES . . At the Rubber Stc?: Best qualities. Lowest prices. Everything in ruLler. WILSON, IIAIGIIT Sc CO., 207 Brady Street, Davenport AN EMBARRASSING SLIP Is the Slip of the Tongue. $1 00 (hoe Matters not a high or low-priced shoe a guarantee accompanies each pair. Our 1 shoe has all honest qualities nothing but leather, fine working leather in up pers, sole-leather insoles, as well well as sole-leather counters which are so seldom found now-a-days in any Bhoe. $2.00 Shoe. Made for us is a warranted calf shoe, sewed, and by far a better shoe than you pay 3 for anywhere. Special oak soles will stand the abuse. We have them in differ erent toes and lasts. $2.85 Shoe. .' Tan shoes are made of the gen nine stock have thelvle, the shape, the fit, the endura'nee. the comfort and the satisfaction of the best 4 shoe in the city. 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, orwears 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 ourctoci of ladies' shoes at half price. $3.00 Shoe. It's pure American a'.f ' garoo Goodyear rJ. u-yi-tender feet, any My'.e ' or tip ejual in many r'-;"': the $.1 grades of otln-r d. ar-. T? a pair, please you'll In.- I .:P'-'-r'" with them. $4 89 Shoe. Strong & Carroll's genuine bwi wclt cordovan thoi-s. tlx- is sold the world ovi-r at ,ut former price wa- f.V-VX n ' " A reduction in eNp-:!-1- i-' reduction in prie it d'-11-'' us a penny to handle ni'i thus giing us au a.!vi ' ' all others, and that i- I' J now sell this frhoe at H cost f4.25 to manufacti:r-. .0. m Uitest Deslers in Gc;li and Wearing Apparel in Rock Island County.