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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1894. ".r i; CITY CHAT. Oar Boyw May 1. Strawberries at Buncher's grocery. U. B. Sudlow went to Chicago this morning. Attend the special sale at Yonng & McCombf. William Jackson left for Chicago lost evening. Tineapples, bananas and oranges at Hess Bros . Good laundry soap, 82 bars for fl, at Mess Bros . Fire hook Foster kid, C7 cents, at Young A McComlm'. Smoked white fUh and fresh fish at Buncher's grocery. Thirtr-two bars of good laundry oap lor i at ness tiros'. "Picturesque World's Fair" meets wim mo approval of all. You can got 32 bars of good laundry soap for $1 at Hess Bros1. Lettuce, spinnge, asparagus and new jioiaioca at iicxs Bros . Glove sale at Yonng & MoComls 67 cents, 67 cents, 67 cents. Tiie Arc is World's fair scries is in popular demand. Preserve it. Take in the oxenrsion to Poor i a Sunday; only fl.50 for the round trip. Our Boys" by the Sohncll club at liar iwr's theatre Tnesdav evening, Wayl. Refrigerators the liest makes, the largest assortment at G. O. Huck taedt's. Msj. J. M. Beardsley left this morning for a few days' business trip to Chicago. Asparagus, spinach, cucumbers, tomatoes, soup bunches ami green onions at Puncher's. Miss Eva Wcrts. formerly of Rock Island, has lecn married in Sfcator, III., to S. S. Phillip-.. Window shales, curtain poles, pole trimmings large shndes to order at G. O. lluckstaedt's. For bargains in furniture, carets, stoves or house furnishings of any kind, goto Huckstaedt's. America's Greatest Men and Wo men" a valuable album through the medium of The Aikhs coupons. Reserved seat sale for "Our Boys" opens at Harper house pliarmacv next Saturday evening at 7 p. m. II. K. Jackson, the new lirst base man of the Twin-Citv team, nrrived from Union City, Ind., this morning. Hear Mrs. Fik April 31. at Har per's theatre. Reserve seats at liar, per house drug store, fl. 75 and 50 cents. The Rock Island-Molinc hall club went to Iowa City this morning to meet the University team there this afternoon. Book cases, writing desks, library tables, hall trees, new designs, at greatly reduced prices, at G. O. liuckstaedt's. Postmaster J. II Foster, of Foster, is in Rock Island for a few days. Mr. Foster is also the inspector of the Drury toll road. If you would hear an artist's in. tcrpretation of the best vocal music, attend the Fisk concert at Harper's theatre April 30. Fifty ceuts entitles you to the best seat in the house at 'Our Bovs' Harpers theatre, Mav 1. Latest ongs and music. W can give you free of cost the finest gas stoves ami ranges for the next 3u davs. Call and leave vour order. David lon. Uriah Roraback. of Davenport, is to ueuvcr me address at t!ie ICoek Island Y. M. C. A. anniversary eer cises Sunday afternoon. Send 25 cents and receive a dozen calling cards. I make a specialty of ladies' cards. J. K. Stephens, Rock Island Business college. Leave your order for a gas stove with David Don. They are free of cost now, and won't last long. Better get your order in and have one re served for you. There will lie a gamo of basket ball at the Y. M. C. A. hall this eve ning between the first and third teams. Admission to hall 10 cents. The main building is 0en as tiniial. II. It. Harrison, cashier for the Coal Valley Mining company, was taken sudden ly and seriously ill at his office in the Peoria building this morning, and was driven to his home In South Rock Island. He seemed better later in the day. The ladies of the Methodist church will give a May day socialdc Tuesday evening. May'l. in the church par lors, to whi h they invite all their warded Highest Honori World's Fair. DR. mm CREAM MOST PERFECT MADE A pun Grape Geam of Tarur Powder. F: torn Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 3 YEARS Tia. STANDARD friends. Supper will be served for 25 cents. An interesting program Til i ; i . r. n win uv (riven aunng tue evening. Conductors W. A. Liscom. L. M. Studvvin and E. D. Teller, of the "Q-. leave this evening for Hot .-rings, c. u., wnere iney wilt spenu nuout two weeks regaining bcaltn. Conductor Bab Frazer will take Conductor Telle r's run. The other two conductors have been laying off. The R. I. & P. will not adopt its new time card until a week ironi next Sundar, the changes to be made bavin" not been fullv deter- mined upon yet, though they will be about as heretofore outlined in The Aicm-s, and will be made in order to conform to the change of trains on the C, R. I. & P. The Kelly army will not be given a royal welcome into the city of Dav enport. According to an interview with Mayor Yollmer. the nineteenth century crusaders will be met outside the gates of the city and told to go around the town, or to pass through directly to Rock Island without halt. No camp will be allowed within the cltvof Davenport. The commissioners of the Seven teenth street pavement completed their report this afternoon. The assessment between Ninth and Kightecnth avenue is proportioned at one-fourth to the city and three fourths to the property owners, the property on the east side paying 35 er cent, and the west side" 40 per cent. JOSLIN. Josi-ix. April 23. Mr. Donnahev. our village merchant, has been quite sick un sore inroat. etc., hut is so as to be about again. William Shcppard is verv sick and Dr. .Johnson, of Erie, is attending him. Miss Maggie Whiteside, daughter of William Whiteside, novy of Moline, is to be married oa Wednesday, the 25th. to Dr. Beam. Moline is'to be their future home. The Joslin Sunday school has been organized, with the following as offi cers: frank Talbee, superintendent: virs. I rant iralcv. assistant superin tendent; Mrs. Iiubbart, organist: irs. jra nainwnght, assistant or- lst; Mr. Taibee. teacher of bible class: Mr. Miller, intermediate; Miss M. linsnian, infant class: Miss Flor ence Dunbar, secretary and treasurer. On Saturdav last occurred the - death of Roland White side, son of F. W. White side, aged Sycnrs and S months. The Mineral sermon was preached on Sun day last by Rev. Thompson of the .Methodist church to a large congre gation. This will be a sad bereave ment to the parents on account of the child dying after so short a sick ness. Rev. De Mundriim, of the United Brethren church, preached at Joslin on Sunday last; but before he com menced his sermon felt called upon to give a little advice to those pres ent witu regard to burning sulphur in their rooms at such times when diphtheria, scarlet fever or any other contagious disease is prevalent in any community. He said that dur ing his life he "had had considerable experience both as a practicing physi cian and in the hospitals when in "the army, and that he had found that the best preventative was to burn sul phur in the rooms during the day, but to le sure to open the windows and let in pure, fresh air before eve ning. It has been said, "There are two things needed in these days. First, for rich men to lind out how poor men live, and second, for poor men to know how rich men work." The term -rich men" is a little indefinite. The man who owns his home and has an income of a thousand dollars a year, is a "rich man" when com pared to a common day laborer who N paying rent. If the term "rich men" means those who have accumu lated millions by speculation, rail road wrecking, cornering markets and all the various methods by which millions arc now accumulated, the poor men are beginning to know- how thev work and it is making lots of trouble. Some of these "rich men" work hard enough but with wic Kinu oi worn incy do it would he much better for the country if they tii'i not work at ail. Mt'LTt'M IN PAKVO. ambling Without I.lnilt. f. Gorge!" be rxclaimcd, at thi'jr Ezcd sea wml. "thoic itrmi In limn llmi'. In old oceanV h-nrd clparfc. And the waves, tnw llicy fum Klc alon-; Ihc t)iru.r' "The wave arc wry fiio! Ih.lcar." 'Hiw fiHillf h?" Tu gai.lilc wh -re thcrr l nn limit. lint nil ha f aofoollrb it arc 1-nu anU who ere iljrir; w tli consumption arc hiking their Uet chance .n this or that remedy which has tever yet been known to euro. an : re fusing to try that which certainly tiring iliera back to llf.: and health Or. !icrce Gulden Med leal discovery. In Hie earlier atau of this tcrrl blc rl'awwe it la a positive enrc.whl'e even In the ln.t ataxca it rItct prent relief and prolong ll'c. Kor weak lung, milling of bluod. linxerlng c iaph, o.tl.nia and kinired ailment. It Is guar antied to c n ur benont, or moaey pal fur It wll be returned. i Itcrnnla on the Halt Field. Chicago, April al Lengun club nmdo the following base ball scores: At Cincin nati Cicveiuud 12, Cincinnati fi; nt Louis ville Pittsburg 2, Louisville l; nt St. Ixiuw Chicago 3, tt. Louis 13; ut Haiti inore litwtou f, lSaltimorc 8; ut Wash ington New York 14, Wn.siin;tun 5; ut Brooklyn Philadelphia Brooklyn S. lha Weather. Generally fair weather and grow ing slowly warmer; easily winds. F. J. Waxz, Observer. Itouara Kor Kent. Desirable houses for rent in Barth V Halx-ock's addition. Apply to Barth & Babcock. COUNTY. BCaXDIKU. Traatafor. April 23 Wiltaniins Brusso to Roxie A. Brusso. lots 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10. block 88. Andalusia, foOO. R. P. Lundqnist et al to C. F. Hem enwav, part lots 2 and 3, block 9, Old Town of Moline, 11. Mississippi Valley Manfrs. Matual Union Ins. Co. to C. F. Hemenwav, part lots 2 and 3, block 9, Old Town of Moline. $3,000. Oliver J. Hulse to Lucy E. Allen, 1-7 nei; sol 28, 19, 2e, fSO. 24 Barth & Babcock to William Bailey, lot 11, block 4, Barth & Bab cock's add.. Rock Island, t600. E. D. Swander to ijohn W. Cooper, tract by metes and bounds nwl 17, 17, lw, $650. Probate. 24 Estate of Howard' Wells. Claim of Moline Pump company al lowed at $13. Co. Order authorizing executrix to pay balance on land con tracts. Estate of George Weaver. Order authorizing the payment of claim of George II. Wheeloek for monument of deceased. Estate of S. W. Wheeloek. Peti tion by administrator for leave to compound claims duo estate filet! and order that administrator give notice mereoi by two weeks' publica tion. Estate of Jane C Miller. Proof of death. Will presented for probate. i'iK)smon oi i. h. Johnson, one of witnesses to will, taken in proof of execution thereof. Lire-need to Wed. April 24. W. O. Beam, Margaret L. E. Whiteside, Moline. Bartholomew Kollman. Rapids C'itv; t'lara C. Chenoweth. Caldon. 25 W. F. T. Ewcrt, Wilhelmine; A. F. Vistenz. Dennis McGraw, Clara L. Sullivan, Moline. Morris A. Glang. Emma Mohr. Hampton. rrank O. Caned v. Lena Yonsrer. Rock Island. Insanity Among Women. The lar;? increase In mental tnuble amnn(r Women ta directly trrccab o to a cUeased ttate of their pcru'iar anddel'ca'e orjanicm. Much of this is brought about by cnrele!sucs, late hour a, thin thi f. ti'ltt corsets, over-work, anx iety and 'Otnetiuies by cuccssjs. When he r del Irate mechanics if disab'ed or deranc d, nothing eqnala Dr I'ierce'i K-vo.ite PrescripMun in re storing it to ordiT. Sp-ehil AHmm!it Notiee. NotiC2 is llPTehV B.Ven toll rtornn ititowvitfiY tl at the ciiy council of .he clivof lloi-lt llaud havini; ordered tint: s ve-teuth fTt-el fr:n the aonth line of X-nth avrnoe runtiins west to t'ne nonh line of Eistcentli avenoe. al iu ih city ot Itin-t 1-land. Illino's. be prejiarert for pavinic anil i'ave.1 as st forth in the ordinance ttif refor, which raid ordinance for the -ame la on file in thi-oflU-i or the city clerk, lave up. lied 10 the conniy eonrt of Koek Inland cotmrv. in tiie e'at of Illinois, for an arMe-smcn: of the co-tx of caid i.rnr(veniei.t acrnrd to berielit-; f r.m wliit h court a h live of vrune has I.e. l crJ r, d i the clrcnit of n.id county ; and, an avaemmcnt thertv of hivins hven made and returned to raid cin uit court, the ttual In ami; thereon will be bad at hC n-Xl aiay term of ea'd ennrt. rnmmenr.iTif. on the Tth day of !nv A lJ ISM. All iMTOors dcHirini: mnv then anil Lhoro minrar ami m.ike their dc'cimo. I)rted at UiH-h Island, Illinois, thin 2f.th day of April. A. D. V. M. I'lasihsu. T. II. Tn.... John t ucnaciiii. (.'oniinii-iont:r9. Intelligence Column. A KK YOU IN SEED? if von Want money Want a cook Want boarder Want a partner Want a nunation n'ant to rent moms Want a eerrant e:rl Want to aell a farm Want to veil a hnnve Want to exchange nnytbin W ant te mil hotiaohold eooda Waut to mnke any real estate lonna Want to ael or trade for anything Want to find customer for anything rSB THESE COLTJMX3. iaE DAILY AUOUS DELIVERED ATYOCB door every crening lor 10c per week. ?0K K EXT TIIE rxiOS IIOt'SB Apply there. fOOM FOR IJEXT OXE1 JOXES' SECOND I hand t tore. Y17ANTBD--AT HOTEL fiKDOX IMMEDI- ately. a girl to wash disliee. i? OR S ALK KOE CK RITZS DIRT ERASES mii ii'Huiui; uruct-re. "11 K11IB Qirt. " FOR RFNT A NICE LARGE OFFICE BOOM over Jiiuve' vecoud haul ftorc 1628 Beco: d avenue . WANTED SALESMAN; iainry from ftarl, permanent place. lirown hnw. to., Nttr rcrymcn. Chicago, 111. FOR BALE-TWO OF TIIE DKST DflLDINO eorncrii in rtdinell'a addi'ion. Eary terms Apply to J. W. Cuvanauli. 2iij Fifth avtune. WASTED PARTXFR Willi f 1.51 fASII Inve.imcnt will d utile in four veiir.. No fake, but a comme:e'Bi hiteatnicn. Yoau" man preferred. Addles X Y Z, Amies uilloe. " WE WISH TO EMPLOY A FEW GOOD ME tomakc;! to lil a weckiiell nir our Il..me Electr c Motor. 1- uu- MrwIuK n tirhii.-.. priiitine pre, vertilatitii! fMnH, piiuitm. etc. hwery nmiy nnys mem. ht nily erninovn.ent eay tiv- unoon an i uihiii wai:iii w. I', iiurrtaon & Co Clerk No. 14, Columuii, Ol io. " J. E. ICE1DV. T. IS. KEIDY. Reidy Bros. Room 4, Mitchell & Lyafe Building. Patrka Sare Car for the liver and kidness. The only guaranteed cure for kidney troubles. Kcmoves the nrie acid. Cures rheu matism. Try it. Sold bv Hartz & fn. uucjiivver. Riverside mm m mm 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. 1615-1617 SECOND ATEXTJE, SOCK ISLAND. We Lead. Others Follow. ICE CKEAM SODA, the fin est in the eity, at Krell & Math's. FOUNTAIN SODA made with tire fruit juiees, at Krell & Math's. - ICE CREAMS, assorted fla vors, at Krell & Math's. FRUIT ICES, made from the juice of fresh fruits at Krell & Math's. KRELL & MATH'S Wild Cherry Acid Phosphate, nothing more refreshing. ICE COLD LEMONADE, the liest thirst queneher, at Krell & Math's. IF YOU ARE THIRSTY or feed tired, stop into Krell & Math's and pet a glass of the finest soda water in the city. Cream in every glass. OR IF YOU NEED a little liraeing up, try a dish of our iec cream or fruit iee. KRELL & mm 1716 and 1718 Second At. Telephone 1156. Monday morning and until sold- Quo ehallies, elegaut patterns. lc quslitr n'''-r One bale A 1 brown muslin, the 7e ,,';. last Ion? at the nriee. 4?e. 1 Mclntyre-Reck Dry Goods?? Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns the best in the world. Capes and Jackets. Hot sht from Our Bargain Guns. I Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock ft short, sharp spe rial About SO new triple capes, good black cloth, pinked around edges, braid trimmed, long ribbon streamers, while they last at 6oc 69c 69c. Be on hand promptly. Mark the hour. Wc have also some good styles of capes and jackets from last year, which you can have while they last at 60c on the dollar cut the price in two yourself: $4.48 capes and jackets at $2.24; fo.62 capes and jackets at 2.1; $6.92 capes and jackets at $3.46; $7.82 capes and jack ts at $2.91, and so on through the line. Handsome new spring capes and jackets in broadcloth, clay worsted, diagonals, serge, moire, plain, lace trimmed, jet trimmed, etc., at the lowest ot low prices. Fanntle roy blouses for boys, just received; the handsomest line you ever saw. Beautifully trimmed, white and colors: ' The 75c kind 49c: the $1 kind 72c: the $1.25 kind 92c and 98c, etc. Large size cake glveerine tar soa 7c; price for this sale Sic. This s.,.' press! v for lis. ami m- (rnnnta.,; . 1 1,1 tin pressly for lis. and we guarantee it th'- U. , !' a To quickly introduce the famous . piexion foap, we will for a short tim.- , 7c per cake. 20c a box. We claim f..r j'" Complexion Soap that it is the equal of ,n a'.'':a-'- made, and better than the most delicatelJ The quantity is limited. ' l We hive about x dozen kid glove l,.f, f 50 dozen lot, and have concluded to let th. m - n.,! .. ,.1 1 . v.'v. iui 1 jmves. WORSE AM) MORE OF 1 T-1-M .. ribbons, grosgrain. satin and f.mer in . - ,V' No. 7 to :i0. and in price from U'e to"s,. . . , ll rrr. .. f . 1 . .. ' 1 ''irj. 1 .... .. .. u ... nisi f-CMIIC Iir.l MTlCi jiros-irain riiioon, not all silk, in X,, 9. not all colors trade with at lea yard. Prices talk. Mclntyre - 1709 Reck Dry Goods Co. and 1711 Second avenue, Rock Iskni Away Down Lace Curtains Chenile Curtains Window Shades Poles and trimmings Bunthar Rugs Smyrna Rugs Art Squares This indicates that the bottom has been reached We've certainly touched bottom in the price of our CARPETS. We are way upf though, in the tree top, and a very high tree at that, in the Quality, extent and variety of our stock. Our aggregation of Carpets comprises: Velvets, Body Brussels, Hoxlitirys Tapestries, Ingrains, In all the different grades, including the special heavy weaves. G. O. HUCKSTAEDT Open evenings till 8 o'clock. 1809-1M 1 Second Avenue. MATCH THEM : f r : : : if you CAN! It s an easy matter to buy a suit of clothing at $5, or even $2; or a child's suit at SI , or even less; or a pair of men's trousers at 69c, but match these qualities at the price, if you can: hlfl ?Ti mCiS S?itS that have, plaC,cd nuale at S$ '9' $"-50 and $10. Wc have cheaper grades as wcE. tJut we call particular attention i to these lines, because they are exceptionally good values, veil made, good trim Sr Slenc f,ttc?rsnd excellent yearers. Now, if you can, match our line of children's suits that v.e are s H!n; ,19SC' $I'5(?' $3-5p and $5. Of course any dealers can advertise at any price, but let them produce the S?th L "T? l"S at thtsePr.lces-that s it if they can When you have examined them, you will readily a-rc: vitn us. 1 hey stand upon their own merit and speak loudly for themselves." Match These Shirt Wrists lie, Kc, 25c, 38cand SQc. Knee Parts 9c. Uc, 18, 2cand 49c. We proudly claim they are matchless, quality and workmanship considered. If you have ever (and no doubt v.u mnnircr ?thl"girm- V' k"j t- WC Carry only the bcst of everjthing-no shoddy-no imitations matters not what priced article it s good, right up in appearance, good for wear Underwear 13c Underwear 2.1c Underwear Site Underwear 4c Mraw hats 15c Straw hats 25e Straw hats 60c Men's socVs . . . Men's1 socks... Men's socks... Men's socks Men's pants. ... Men's pants... Men's pants.. . 3c Xc 13c 25c ;c 75c 9c Men's pants Men's pants Spring overcoats . . Spring overcoats. . Spring overcoats.. Spring overcoats . . Spring overcoat. . .t 1 25 . 2 .V . 7 50 . 10 X . 13 5 . 16 An . 1 W nuf ntvTn?5" IatC-h tJem if?U ?anif yU fl-nd,an a,rticIe at the same price. Ours are 20 per cent better in fore S-T n ' in,styIeAm f,very particular-ut how will you know? Comparison tells the tale; therc iore compare, that s all we ask. Could anything be fairer? M de K. wTr? minithat we hale an advantage over all others. The shoes help reduce the profit on clothing and vice versa. If no other reason, that abne is good enougVv, is it not?