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THE AKGU8, PAT U R DAT, FEBRUARY 23. 1895. CITY. CHAT. Leaf lard at Giltnore's. T. F. LaVelle is back from Chi cago. Imported Swiss cheese at W. A. thieos. Try the wear-resister school shoes at Dolly Bros1. Low rates to Chicago all this week at McHogh s ticket office. PoBtmaster P. H. Judge, of De U m, lowa, is in tbe city. Eli Mosenfelder, of the M. & K., has returned from the east. Mrs. Gustave Stengel has joined her hnsband at Hot Springs. Headquarters for honest footwear and low prices at Dolly Bros1. Don't fail to read Jackson & Hurst a ad. if you have money to invest. Get your boy a pair of oil-grained shoes at Dolly Bros'., and save buy ing rubbers. J. W. Jones has a few choice unre deemed diamonds for sale cheap at his loan office. 1622 Second avenue. Special sale now on at Do'ly Bros'. Boys' fi shoes for fl.5; boys' fl.35 shoes for $1 spot cash. At the Y. M. C. A. building exer cises of a patriotic nature were given last evening, and a pleasant evening spent. Fine residence lots on Twentieth, Twenty-first and Twenty-second streets for ealo on easy terms. See adv. M. M. Sturgeon, attorney at law. At Turner hall tonight a German bill is to be presented including Die Sprinke Commandant" and Vatters Ebenheld." A ball will follow. Admission 25 cents. Chairman II. L. Wheelan, of the democratic city-townshipcommittee, issues a call for a meeting at Turner hall next Wednesday evening, in which all democrats are invited. Francis Murphy arrived in the city last evening, and with his wife is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Johnston He opens his series of ad dresses in Davenport tomorrow night. Tickets for the Sherwood concert in Association hall Friday evening, March 1, for tbe benefit of the Y. M. C. A. can be procured -at the Harper House pharmacy for 50 cents. Seats without extra charge. Maj. Henry C. Dane, a distin guished orator, will lecture at Har per's theatre Tuesday evening under the auspices of the Lecture associa tion. His subject will be "Up the Rhine and Over the Alps." The court house building commit tee is winding up its labors this af ternoon, preparatory to presenting to the county board a list of the four or five preferred plans, from which the selection is to be made. Rock Island is to have two new pa pers in the near future, the Saturday Herald, to be published weekly by Cloudas & Dripps, and the Sun,tobe issued daily. Bith will seek the recognition of labor organizations. Mrs. William Clark, of Port Byrrn, was adjudged insane this morning in the county court by Drs. J. E. Asay and G. G. Craig. She was taken to Jacksonville this afternoon by her hnsband. Mrs. Clark is 57 years of age. Next Monday evening at Armory hall occurs tbe Martha Washington tea by the ladies of St. Luke's hospi tal guild for the benefit of St. An thony's hospital. Reward the ladies' efforts and their noble cause by a large attendance and splendid re ceipts. A Salvationist showed himself pos sessed of worldly pluck, as well as that which inspires hjin to spiritual endeavor, this morning, by pacifying a wild and frightened horse which he was driving, the animal becoming scared and starting on a vicious dash down Second avenue. Obituary. The funeral of Miss Mabel Leonard occurs tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock, from the late home Rev. John 11. Kerr, officiating. Mrs. C. II- Ball died at her home, 324 Thirtieth street, of pneumonia, aged 65 years. She is survived hy two sens: Charles, of this city, and Harry, of Colorado. The remains will "be shipped to Colorado tomor row morning for burial. Tbe remains of Mrs. Charles Allen arrived from Wausa. Neb., this morn ing accompanied by deceased's hus band, Charles Allen, and son. Frank, and John Bahnsen and Miss Mathilda Babnsen. The funeral will occur from the home of deceased's father, F. II. Bahnsen.S52 Nineteenth street, at 2:30 tomorrow afternoon. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. CREAK! MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret (nxn Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 TEARS THE STANDARD. MR. MITCHELL'S WILL. The lMceaead BaakeVs FtaaJ Ba The last will and testament of the late Philemon L. Mitchell was pro bated in tbe eounty court tms morn ing. The will was executed June 18, 1891, in the presence of C. F. Lynde and F. J. Kinney. Mr. Mitchell leaves to bis only sister, Mrs. Nancy M. Adams, of Limerick, Me., f 1.030; and his grandson, Charles Shaler.Jr., tlO.O'K). These are the onlv bequests which Mr. Mitchell makes outside of his four children. As the Chlldm. The homestead, on Second avenue and Twelfth street, he leaves to Mrs. Mary Ii. Wadsworth. with the ex ception of tbe horses and convey ances and otner lurnismngs, wnicn are to be divided among the children. He desires that the banking house of Mitchell & Lvnde continue under the same name as long as profitable and agreeable. The proceeds from all the other property, which if or dered sold, including rents, interest and dividends is to be divided equal ly among tne lour children, foil Mitchell. Mrs. Annie Wadsworth, Mrs. W. H. Wadsworth, and Mrs. Katie M. Fraser Phil Mitchell. William C. Wadsworth and Mrs. Mary Wadsworth are named as exec utors. The valuation of Mr. Mitch ell's estate is estimated at 1300,000. BUDD-CARVER CONTEST. The ahootteg Match at Davenport Trster- day Af teraaoo. There were about twenty-five cracker-jack shots from different parts of Illinois and Iowa in attend ance, and fully 40) witnessed the race between Charles W. Budd, of Des Moines, and Dr. Carver at Davenport yesterday. Among those present and participating in the events of the dav were Hon. Tom A. Marshall, of Keithsburg; "Tramp" Irwin, ol reona; L.. j. iiuckms, ol Kewanee, 111.; C. II. Grimm, of Clear Lake, Iowa: U. J. Wilson, (state champion) of Emmetsburg, Iowa, and many others ol considerable note. Hon. Tom A. Marshall acted as referee. C. H. Grimm coached for Budd and L. C. Huckins for Carver, while R. B. Cook and II. J. Wilson were the scorers. The Score. The following is the score: farvrr-1. 0 1. S. . 1. 0 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 0. S. 1. 2. , 1. , 4, . 1. 8. 1.0. 2. 1, 2, 8, 0 ii. Z, S, U, 1. I. , S. . l.O. 0, 1. 1, 8. 0, I. 8 1. 8. . 2, 8 1. 1. t. 8. i. I.S.t.tl.1 3. 2. Ii. . S, 3, . 8. 3, , 1,2. 1,1.,, 2,8.2 ., 8, 2, . 1,8,2. .8. B-ldd-4. 2. . 1. 0. 2. 2. 0. 0. 1. 2. 2. 2.0. 8. . 1. . 2. 8, 2, 0. 2, U, 2. 1. 2 3. 1, 2. U. 0, 1. 2 0, 1. 2, 4. 2. 2. i. x, u. a, , a. a, . u. l. s, u. 8, , t u, i. l, l. i, 1.2. 2.". 1.2.2. 1.2. 22.214.171.124: I. 1. . . 1. 0.. 2.0. 0, 1, i, 8, 2, 1. a 1. 0. 1. 2. 2, 1, 2. 0. 2, 2-77. LATE NEWS OF THE DAY- Mill later Gray's Successor aa Mlalster to Mexico Named Bad Wreck. Washington. Feb. 23. The presi dent today sent to the senate the name of Matt W. Ransom, of North Carolina, to be envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary of tne Lnited Mates to Mexico, succeeding the late Isaac P. Gray. The ap pointee is now United States senator, bis term expiring March 4. Ilad Wreck In the South. Montgomery. Ala.. Feb. 23. A Mardi tiras train on the Louisville & Nashville is wrecked south of this city, and all the available physicians in tne city lett on a special train lor the scene. Many are reported killed and injured. Ward McAllister lft No Will. New Yoke, Feb. 23 Louise McAllis ter laailo nn application to Surrogate Fitzgerald, throusd her attorney, f.r letu-rs of atlmmistrittioii upon the estate of her father. Miss McAllister states in her petition ih it no ill had bean found and tlirt h-T fathe r's tstuUj amounts to flu,U0O in personal '.-crty and no realty. Heyward 1L Mc.i.:cr and Ward Mc Allister, Jr.. who live at thn Union Pa cilic club, Ain Frnciscoi waive the serv ice o( citation and renounce all rifcht to letters of administration. Miss McAltis- er's application was itranteJ. Chr? Poulroon Kaided. CniCAGS, Feb. 21. !ho police raided the Grand Tint exchange on the second floor at U2 lVarborn street, operated by Bud hitu. In some way the action de termined upon wns given away. There were two rooms full of operators on the foreign races a moment before tne police appeared. As it was sixty-three were ac tually captuieJ. Coal Market. Hard coal, all sizes, per ton . . . .7 50 Discount for cash, per ton 25 Cannel coal per ton 6 00 Indiana block per ton 4 00 Kentucky lump per ton 4 25 Cartage added cn less than ton or ders, li t RAZEE. Flag bat Old Glory. ALBAST, X. Y., Feb. 23. The Lawson flag bill, which forbids the display of for eign flags on pubiic buildings, passed the senate after some debate by a vote of to 8. It now goes to the governor. I want rone Socodoat.' mid re. Vast o it," the cunainf druggist ni!. Sct here Mae powder kaowa to be As goad." Ttie patron trraed tad Bed, Arklnc "Do you suppose I don't Kaow nothing: equals FoaodoBtr Fair weather and growing warmer to lav and Sunday; southerly win as. Today's temperature, 38 above. F. J. Wsxr. Observer. CawftdoalfaU Advtco To either acx.oa delicate Clseaeee. Ltrje took eat sealed la plain envelope for W ceats la tamps. Address World's Dispensary Medical association, Buffalo. Tfc T. Dr. H. F. Hall. . PrntiA limit! tn t rt a srs. Mr. nose and throat. Spectacles fitted scienuacaiiy. umce over avrett a Math's. little SwaTaracs Kalian. WEixnroTOX, 111., Jan. 27, 1895 When our little boy was 14-months' oia ana teeming, be sunerea witn stomach and bowel troubles and be came reduced in flesh. We gave him Hood's Sarsaparilla and he com menced to gain at once, and has naraiy Had a sick day since. T. J. Downey. Hood's pills cure all liver ills. Intelligence Column. A K YOU E KKKDT IFTOU Wast money Want a eook Want boarders i Want a partner Want a nuaUoa !7aat to teat roossa Want a scrrant girl Want to sell a farms Want to sell a boose Want to eschanire anything Want to sell household Kooda Want to make any real estate loans Want to sell or trade for anythlne Want to And cnstoBMra for anything TJ8C THESE COLUMNS. IHs DAILY Artel DtLrVlRBU AT TPl B . dnor ewrt e-mr for We aer week. piRL WASTED AT t28 TWKWT1ITH 11 street. w ATGT FfRT-rt.AS GIRL FOI GEN era' bcaework at 8 Tan a ieth street, WANTED A GOOD JERSPT MILK COW. Address with nartxa ars lloz Bo. SI. Bev- nolds. III. WANTED -A flTUTO!l TO ATTEND horses si.d do cenrral work around the hoore. Address g. N , care this ofllre. . WASTED RELIABLE MAS TO TAKE ONE halt interest I desirable, paying bnslne-s la I wa. Indians, Kentnclty or Wconain. email Capital required. Addrcra this ofBce, It. W. TO 1 50 PER WEEK CfSO AND S ' LLINO O old HellaMe Platfr. K?e-y family has rusty. aorc ktitves, forks spoon, etc. tjuii'kly plated br sipptn in m-itel metal. Mo expenen -e or hard work: a good si-nation. Address W. P. Hsrrisoa A Oo clerk No. 14. Co n tubas, Ohio. A REPRESENTATIVE WASTED I!f EACH locality to hand my One samples to friends or acquaintances. Pavinji work. Not peddling. Seii 10 cen s to AMiurt K. Wo-d, lerfumer. Wood STenae, Detroit, xich.f'T Svn trial bot tles Stlo--eent Natural Flower perfumes, and receive ppecia order to you. WANTED A CAPABLE. ENEKORT'C. RE liable Tonne man. with from SS00 to SLUM cash, capital, to open a branch of our bntint-re in Knca l-iand. Ben or references required. If yon have tbe money and want a legitimate, pleas ant office business, send us rour references and state wht business experience yon hsve had. Aauress, u. w. norland, w abasn avenue, Cbl caro. Amusements. Surtis Opera House, VAVzili rURT, Saturday, February 23. Good Thing Push it Along The only f roduclion in lews, THE PASSING Slf Can-ry snd Ledercrs Sipreme Produi tion rirect from tbe New York Casino. All the Magnificent Scenery, Costums and Accessories Complete Chorus and Ballet In fact, the Most Elaborate an i Complete Prodnct'on the stage baa known for years. Heats sale at Flake's Thursday. Prices Jl SO. $t .00,75c. 50c and 2SC Tickets limiiel to six. Free lilt suspended. Telephone No. !a). Reidy Bros. Real Estate, Insurance and Loans. Buy, sell and manage property on commis sion. Collect rents. Room 4, Mitchell A Lynde b'ng. Telephone 1512. SKATES yarTnrrraTCyCyMaVr CJCJtCC IF YOU WISH AXT THiXG IX THIS LINE CALL AROUXD. We have a Nice line of Hardware. And s complete line of mixeu house and floor raints, white lead, lin seed oil, etc. FRANK ILL 1610 Third avenue. PARKER'S Laundry, Waab Zvoythlag Ttwa flat lUk n&ndktrcUef to a Oircu Tints Lac Cratalat a Bpodalty, No. 1724 Tnird Ave t H. P-s-RKER. Telephone No. 1214. Up To Date. Every idea about building a stove to make it. better has undergone ' a most : rigid test with the manufacturers of Riverside Stoves and Ranges. If it is good it goes. If it is of no value it a is discarded. That is why we boldly assert that Riverside Stoves and Ranges are up to date and every one is sold under an ironclad - guarantee from the makers. DAVID DON. 1615-1617 Second Ave. Rock Island. R UN OVER This and see if yon don't want something in the BAKING LINE. We have facilities for turn ing out the Finest Line of bakery Goods in the three cities, and when too order a cake from KRELL & MATH Ton can restassured that they will use the very best materials and guarantee you a better and finer article than you could make yourself, and at a price that will be way below any price that yon . conld make it for. ON PASTRY GOODS - We lead them all, as we use nothing but the best cream ery butter, and have large marble tables for making tbe mixtures on and keeping them in the right shape. No family cook can turn out pastry unless they have the tools and the know how. KRELL & MATH have expert bakers at this line of trade, and they can supply yon with anything in the Pastry Line. ORDER your small Fancy Cakes and Ice Creams for your par ty from KRELL & ill ATI I, Party Supply House. 1716 rad 1718 Second At, Telephone 1166 Cake Trimming. Ornaments, Lace Papers for Cake Stands, Gold and Silver Leaves, and a fall line of Wed ding Cake Boxes. Greatly Reduced Prices Winter do BIGGEST BARGAINS ON EARTH AT Mclntyre-Rcck Dry Goods co. Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns Also Standard Sewing Machines. A Turn of the Wheel And yon are sewing on the most noiseless and easy running machine in the world, if yon have one of the STANDARD, which we place on sale, and for which we are exclusive agents. A few among the many dis tinguishing features of this machine are: Easie'r run ning than any other, simplest in construction and ar rangement, almost any child of 12 can operate it; handsome finish, the most perfect adjustment, prac tically noisless. tbe only really successful rotary shut tle Machine on the market. And thongh it costs more to make than any other Machine on the market, it is absolutely lowest ih PRICE. Another fact with this new rotary yon make six stitches, while with other Machines you are making four or five. Thus with the STANDARD yon gain at least 20 per cent in speed with the same or less effort. An absolute Five Year Guarantee Accompanies each Machine, and behind this is the largest and strongest Sewing Machine company in the world. Make vonr sewing a pleasure and preserve your health by using the STANDARD. Soap. Pure and hard quality, 25c box (3 cakes) hare de cided to close out this week at, per box, 8c. A WROUGHT It Pays to Buy the Best Don't buy a Before Range. G O. We close at 6:30 evenings thing, Underwear, CORK SOLE Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co. 1709 and 171 1 Second avenue. Rock Island. Buck's Steel Ranges STEEL RANGE Bakes quicker, bakes more evenly, has greater capacity, uses less fuel burns coal or wood, and lasts longer than any other style of Cooking Apparatus. As there are so many imitations time, patience and money to buy Range you have seen a Buck's HUOKSTAEDT 1809 &loves and Mittens. More and Greater Reductions In Underwear than ever before known. Men's 87c, nearly all wool Shirts and Drawers, at each. 39c. Child's heavy fleeced Shirts, broken sizes, the 23c quality, to close. 5c Some particularly sharp drives in Ladies' Under wear we wish to close out stock. Knitted Skirts, all wool, wear everlastingly, much reduced in price. Special. From 9 to 11 every morning this week we will offer quantities of the most desirable Merchandise at great ly reduced prices. Stick a r: is here. Be on hand. Cloaks and Capes. Tremendous price reductions in Cloaks and Capes, and big sales in consequence It will pay to buy now for next winter. Our 98c line is the sensation and we keep adding to it right along. 85 children's For Heft'- at all priors op to Jl. a ill be closed at, each, 25c. Drapery Department. 7 pieces f.ncv Klnenoo Carta's Scrim, wailh IV) a yard. a v(e. 4 i hers 5i-ifcs Himn, trt corerti g for lounges, caalie, tic- afce Tit lahle covrrs. Sue iua lir. at 9c. 6 pi es cole spot Curtiia MasUe, pink, go d and bias, worth 15a a yard, at 5c. offered. It is a wste of an inferior Range. Steel - 1811 Second Avenue.