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THE ARGUS. THURSDAY. MARCH 28. 1895.
CITY CHAT. Bine grass seed at Long's. Fresh river salmon at Long's. R. A. Donaldson went to Chicago last night. Social and clipping party at Carse'a hall this evening. A choice assortment of fresh vege tables at Long's. Tomorrow is bill day at the city city clerk's office. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Mitehell went to . Chicago last evening. William McEniry and family bare returned from New Orleans. Mrs. Hudson Haley le't today for a visit with Anawan friends. For the coming election 265 hare registered in the first precinct of the Seventh ward. Mrs. E. ;. Spaulding and daugh ter and Mrs. W. S. Spaulding, left for Chicago this morning. The coming alderman from the Fourth waM is Charles Bleuer. His opponent will get out of town entire ly again after election. Tom Pender will have a magnifi cent vote in the Fifth ward for alder man. Ho is the right kind of timber for a representative councilman. The King's Daughters are meeting with the greatest success in the dis posal of matinee tickets. Everyone is so enthusiastic over Carpenter. The ladies and society of the Sons of Veterans will give a social and clipping party this evening in Carse's had. Admission 15 eents. Supper free. The matinee Saturday afternoon promises to be a big success every body wants to see those wonderful Japanese pictures, and to hear Frank U. Carpenter. W. C. Mauckcr will be elected alderman in the Third ward. He is an intelligent, wideawake young man of the self-made kind that do credit ' to any confidence reposed. The Rock Island & Davenport Ferry company is having a dynamo and the necessary wiring put in the ferry Augusta for illuminating the boat throughout by electricity. The instructive nature of Mr. Car penter's lectures make them of great value to both scholars and teachers. No oue can afford to miss this liter ary treat for Saturday afternoon. John Snrnian. the democratic al derman ic candidate in the First ward is a repreaentative.intelligent citizen who has the courage of his convic tions and will make a first-class ald erman. John M. Bowen, South Moline tax collector, in his report to the county treasurer, makes the following show ing: Charged. $12,125.89; collected, $7,825.90: delinquent, $1,299.33; com mission, $156.52. Henry Lohse, the Second ward democratic candidate, will be elected, the boasts of a certain republican ele ment of the ward to the contrary notwithstanding. His nomination was exceedingly fortunate. The Union says forty to fifty men attende-l last night's mass meeting. There were not less than 25 present, but it is natural that the Union should seek to depreciate the num ber as well as the outcome. Harrv B. Simmon is making an elegant canvass for the office of city treasurer. His frank and pleasant manner and nis knowledge of busi ness affairs are characteristics that attract men and win confidence. The local insurance agencies are in session at the Harper today with a committee composed of R. S. Odell, II. II. Rossweiler. L. E. Uildreth and E. J. Carlisle, of Chicago, -with a view to forming a board for fixing and controlling rates. Mothers, you know it is a hard thing to find a shoe for your child that looks well, wears well and-fits well. We have them in all shapes and shades, in fact we just received the finest line of children's shoes ever shown in the city. Dolly Bros. Mr. Carpenter has traveled during the pa-it year thousands of miles in China, Japan and Corea. He took 2,000 negatives, and his talks illus trated by these are packed full of in structive information and they are at the same time graphic and full of fun. John Kitson. who has been con fined at St. Anthony's hospital for the past two months, died this morning at 11 o'clock, of consump tion. The remains were taken to the residence of the deceased's brother in-law, William McConochie, 2513 Seventh avenue, from whence the funeral will occur. Kitson was on married and about thirty-five years of age. MARRIED BUT NOT MATED. Amoncr the several bills for di vorce filed with the circuit clerk yesterday is one from Moline, which contains some sensational accusa tions on the part of the husband, who after 29 years of married life. says his wife is a woman of low, dis. solute aad vulgar words, and an adultress, naming the co-respondents to the latter charge. Mr. and Mrs. James Bnssell are the parties, and were married in 1866. Thev had five children born to them, all being of age. except one son, Arthur, who is 13 vears of age, and whom the husband desires to have taken from the mother. Those with whom she is accused of being on in timate terms and violated her mar riage vows are Charles Freed ell and Oscar Folstrom, of Moline, and Joseph Crawford, of Preemption, the latter being at present in Moline. Mr. Russell is represented br Looney A Kelly. uum wsm lift, i maim. Emma Miller, of this city, wants a divorce from Joseph Miller. She says he is an habitual drunkard. They were married in 1893. Msj. J. M. Beardslev is her counsel. Elisabeth Frazier asks to be sepa rated from William Frazier, and given cos tody of their two children. William is charged with drunkenness and adultery. William Meese, Mo line. is her attorney. Olive V. Hewitt claims that she was desertet by John R. Hewitt, and believes bis actions are good and sufficient grounds for a divorce. William Meese represents her. Joseph Garvin is charged by his wife. Lulu, to whom he was married in 1892, with desertion, and she asks for legal separation. James Fuller, also of this city, wants a divorce from Susie Fuller, to whom he was married in 1892. He says she de serted him. Maj. J. M. Beardsley is attorney for both complainants. The Fast Bona. Fonr newspaper and package boxes of the latest and most convenient de sign, have been received by the Rock Island postmaster from the de partment at Washington, and they ill be distributed throughout toe city in the manner that will best serve to accommodate the public. An order has been obtained permit ting the repainting of all the letter boxes throughout the city, and the contract awarded t the Adams Wall Paper company. The boxea are to have two coats of red paint and a coat of varnish, and the star boxes from which special collections are made, are to be properly stenciled with a white star. r- nil If HI rV Awarded Highest Honors World' Fair. DLX 3J CDEAM MOST PERFECT MADE A pure Crare Cream of Tartar Powder. Free 40m Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant PORT BYRON. Port Btron, March 26. The steamer F C. A. Deukmann passed here Monday morning, the first boat of the season. The Verne Swain put n an appearance Tuesday. Mrs. 1. A. Holmes is sua quite sick. Mrs. E. X. Hollister is visiting friends in Rock Island this week. Mr. and Mrs. Aldin Sutherland drove to Rock Island and back Mon. day. P. A. Wrlls is putting a new roof on Uoorge cooler residence tnis week. L. Lowry has moved into the rooms on the second floor of his store building. lhe ladies' Academy Aid society gave an entertainment at the academy this evening. Mr. and Mrs. S. i. Allen departed this morning for a 2-weeks' visit ith relatives at New Couierstown, Ohio. John Schall, of Coe, is to become a citizen of Port Byron, having rented Mrs. Belcher's bouse on Cherry street. Mrs. Henrv Hunt died at the resi dence of her son, George, Friday morning, March 22. and was buried at Cordova bunday. the 24th. Mrs. George Mcel, of Water- town, who has been spending several davs with her aunt. Mrs. Hoimes, re turned home Monday evening. Monday was stock day at the de pot. Pearsall Bros, loaded one car of horses, Hollister & swank one car of hogs, and Wilson Bros., of Le- Claire, three cars of hogs and two cars of cattle. . Trnkw St. I. at I. Mr. to U One fare for the round trip to all southern points via R. L & P. Ry. April 2. ft 2R ElDjlECC PLUG T03ACGQ Centers (f cbjtbaib fa pice cbjsd fcr ib ofaj fo&tckccos. will jhd this beware or iMiKncni INTELLIGENCE COLUMN. F n o&l.r-PCQ PUPS AT tcenth (treat. 615 SfcYEX- R SALB MATCH TEAM. APPLY NATL Clay Co., Sean. B OT WAT IV TO LIARS THB BARBER traoe at hub TMrd mmt. WASTED A BOUSE AXl LOT OR LOTS. Mast appyfianr horses on aame. Addresa "K.B." At eta Office. FCB RE!T A FLAT OF 8EVM ROOMS over Btakft A Mnrihv. Asnlv at V. Du. aer's. 317 Nineteen h atreet WASTED A COMPETENT GIL FOR GE eral honaework. 1ra. J ha CrubMgn, cor ner Third avenue and SintB atreet. OR8LE MT MX ROOM OOTTA9E AT 1129 Ta-rd avenni : evnth1ns in ht m at con dition. App!) of John O.ilweiler Jr. FIR RENT THE BOUSE WITH ALL MOD i improvements. 134 Second avenne. re cently Tacatet by Capt, Thitn,non. Ayply to 1103 second avenue. WANTED A FEW ENERGETIC CAN vaavers ei'her sex. to aril to famili a an ar ticle which nrarly all bny. Good pay and ateadj woi k. Apply at 1 139 i bird avenae, city. FOR RV.NT-AN ELEGANT BRICK STORE and bnaemrni near Augus'ans Bonk Con cern, splendid location for droa a ore or any m r rantile burintas. Inqotre rf Aug-n-tana B"Ok Cm.csrn, or C. . Thmi.., 416 Fouita avenne. Maine. . ElecthM Notice. Notice la heiebt siren that on Tneaday, the accord day of AptU. A. ., 1885, in the city of Rock Ialatd. Ilia., an election will be held for the following o Scars, to-wtt: crrr omciu. One Mavor for tw . yeare. One ity t'lerk for two er. One Uy Attorney for two yearn. One ' itv Treaparer for two vesta. One Aldrrman la be Kirn, ward for two 3 ear. one A aer an la tne eroon ward 'or two y an One A idermaa in the ' hlr w.rr for two year. One Alderman in the our h ward for two yearn. i 'Do AHjerm n in ine r im ward 'r two ) e-m. One Alderman in th Sixth ward fo 'wo vt-are. One Alderman in the Seventh ward for two years. tows omens. Two Avaelatant Sspvrvumr for two yearn. One Aiewor for oe year. One Collector f one year. btch election will be nam at T oVInrk fa the moraine and ountmae open antil S o'clock ia toe afternoon of that dav 1 lac. a of reztatmian and vmltiv win w. mm tni, low.: " Fir t Ward rranklla hove hmae. thcond ward. ! rrinct olKnhirpt'r at or, cover Third awe- ne and Tenth arrvet. Sen' Ward. -eeod Pr einct--orw rrtood'e ball. E'gntb avenue h taeea Ninth and rents a rveta, Tbri Ward, First PredactNo. 1314 Third Third Ward. Seennd Preg'mt-Jobn Taylor' tot at Efebth aveoue nu riwM t w ronrfc Ward, Hurt Pr cioct- w. 1V14 Third nven- e. K.-tii-h Wirrt, Secmd Prertwrt No S hoove. Niaeteea h rtr aad Fifth mm . itta tn. fit rrrciwck Uoaa Honao, No. SCI Twepry ntconil stre-t Firth Ward, ocd Pndnct -bckaUdt'a fro- vri w a wrmivin w im Mxth Ward No ZT3B Fifth mm, Sewn h Mam, rtrat Precinc: str.at c rma avenae Svew Ward. Secwa4 Pncioot Old Ne chool hone , -even h avecse. A HI EM, City and Tows. Clerk. Bock Islabb, Ula, Match Z, 18SS. FOR REN BARKER SHOP AND BATH ronma near Angusuna B"ok foncrr", aplen. did location for right man ApD'v to An nrUitia Book concern, or C. O. Tholin, 436 Fourth ave ane, Molina. TWELVE IXLLAR4 A DAT TO AGENTS selling the Royal wh ite metal plater or tmk ln( oroere fir pia Ins; T-ade arcreta formulas, n-ceipts etc rnrnih' d free Attn a went osa make two to .yoIO p i yar lth the Royal p atrr For nun, etc., address Uray A Co. Plating Works, Colna baa, Ohio. WHT DO PEOPLE COMPLAIN OF BARD time. - ben anv woman or man can alike from $ to (10 1 da e rily. A'l have hrarl of t won erlul auccesi or tne - Imax Ul b waner; ye- nt-'f ore apt to ibiuk they can I make mono aellintf It bn anor.e ran make mo vy. becauae ver family want one. (Hmi (rent hae mad St78nth- -t three mouthr, a ter pa tag all rap ise-and a'ten-'imi to re a ar bu.l he aid -a. Yoa ron't htvH to caitvai; aa eoon aa peop'e no - yon have It f r ral- tby aend for s dtsb warhrr. Addn-aa ihe imax M'v. Cow, 45 Starr av-, Columbns, Ohio, lor particulara. Reidy Bros. Real Estate, Insurance and Loans. Buy, sell and manage property on commis sion. Collect rents. Room 4, Mitchell & Lynde b'njr. . Telephone 1M2 Coin's Financial School FREE. The 50c Edition To every yesrly subscriber of -OUR TOPULISTS." or the 25-cent edition to every C-month's subscriber. Drop s card st once to "Our Populists Publishing Co.." 1321 Second ave.. Rock Isl and, 111. Rates: 91 per year. tlE S Km 3 s Tta FSTIR I .fw- H I ;vwianauwasssic4 I TIKSt fwMBERrL LEE SEE Are the isnlt of rears of scientific ezner tmenUng? and are bow plaexL owing to ueorsopsnoriry. prwrninenur aooveeTery CiintT heretofora produced in this line. ..Th-yar acknowloda-ert by experts to ee tne fluent and most penrwtly coastnieteq Lenses nTSBiii. and are peenUarlr adapted to eorrartina the wariowa. viwnal iroperfeo- Bons. ATxiaj on they are ataifwaar The Celebrated Zanesville STONE - WATER - FILTERS Have been fully tested and their merits established as possessing every practical adaptatiox for family use, rendering the most impure and foul rain, river or hydrant water free from all or ganic matter, gases, taste or smell. It has been proved that Ty phoid Fever, Cholera. Diarrhoea. Diphtheria and other Zymotic Diseases are chiefly caused by drinking impure water. This Filter makes the most foul water Wholesome and Good. fob sale bt DAVID DOX, 1615-1617 Second Ave. Rock Island. Where all is Sweet A perpetual feast of nectar'd aw et. Where no crude rurfeit re gna " Milton. KRELL & MATH have just such a p'ace as the title or heading of this ad. Step in and take a look at their stock and you will say as all others have said: Oh. what a Palace of Sweets! CHICAGO VS. ROCK ISLAND Chicago may have bigger stores than Krell & Math, but none are cleaner, or where better Confectionery or Bak ery Good are sold. In this re spect, at least. Rock Island . stands shoulder to shoulder with Chicago. It naturally follows, therefore, if cleanli ness and quantity are items to you, the plae to go is KRELL & MATH'S Where at any time you can get the finest of Ice Creams Fruit Ices or Party Supplies on short notice. We are af ter your trade on Home Made Candies, and we want yon to step in and try our Caramels we make a spe cialty of them, using noth ing but pure rich cream and sugar in making them. We claim add know that there is not as fine a Caramel made in the three cities. Try them when down town. KRELL & MATH, Confectioners and Bakers, 1116 and ma Seooad At. Telephone 1169 Mclnty re-Reck oy Goods co. Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns Also Standard Sewing Machines. MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. Toa know war noelia wnderwear aneceaasa ot lut year Otr plea, hitherto unknown here, .f aivtng sue vslaea for SSe. fl valaea to SOc, ei-Maalnes for tutivalnM tor fits and $1.34, haa aaads thee ale eveats to r looked forward to and ailed for. Th a year wo rhall alm ptyootdo any previoaa a'tempte aad place oa oar oni.tcra auHi valaea, lbs results .f the most earef-il rea-ch aad close bnylns;. as will ring la the brpain market for rn-ny a kM.g day. We can't apecify every gar ment, every it-m yoa ought to eee and have Read tbia advertisement carcfu ly ; it will pay, and paj well, then eome la and ase big values at cat prices, GOWNS. When we say that yoa esa hoy night gowns of good mnalia at only SSe, worth 5 e aad SSc. we mean Jua- what we ray. When we otTer handrom ruffle-1 and embroidered gowns of good mnalia st Stle. the real pries of which shonld be $1, we arr fally p-epered to hack up 'he ogr. Aad mil bet eropea wirk emhroidrrv. Iron Iron effacta, ronnd yoke, elaborately tnckrd a id trimmed (mm. at T3 whi h would be reasons bis enough at 1 as Oownaat fl. Sl.lt, SIU. S1SS. etc. each and every one of which ws guaraoUe exccpiiunal va.no an much below asasl (rices. SKIRTS. All styles including the new verv srldo aklrta with dee? Spanish. S mneea. very rbapey aim-nta We mention In part tenia : At iBc, excellent moriia aklrta with cambric donncee. eaaily a 50c value. At 50r, hem tched and embro'dery Irtmtned, beat workaiansbis. good fo- 75c to 87c. At TSe. t ls which nncht to he $1 and f 1.18. At SSc, aklrta worm $i., $1 m and $1.4. CHEMISES. Prom a anmSer of va'nea we name a full H. S. yoke, lace trimmed chemise at SSc; others at htcier prices. CORSET COVERS. SO doaea covers worth bavins, only 10c IS sosaa csmhrie corset overs aoofl se value at ISe. 10 doarn corset covers, embroidery trimmed, von woa'd think (hem Uo, bat they will be 19c A variety of etyles at tie. we picked them from lines at SSc aad Me Some of the SOc valaa had tn go to make th line at iic The er am of the and sac values, high and low neck la a variety of make, the line we eell at sue. K'egaat at) lea ia lace aad embroidery, fine rasal-a or cambric at ESS. DRAWERS. At SV and Stc choice styles la hemstitcheu; rnflled and tacked af fects, good maalin. worth Mc sod 50c. At 9c. handsomely made csrmenu in hmuitchad, elaaer tack and Has embroidery trim, the 6Uc 68c sad 75c valaea. ltsttcr and Sacr drawers at alatoat any pries. SPECIAL. 10 don. a drawers, claeter tack, excellent muslin. 19c, eaaily a ssg garment. CORSET WAISTS. Fo- children SO doaea at 15c, lie and 10c, wU made waists of satis Jeaa and worth from tii to 3 Jo. NEW SPRING WRAPPERS. At SSc. pointed yoke ruffle, trimmed good, for !Hc. At 89c, navy an t black k rounds, full tonnd ioke and ruffle, a tl.SS trader. At 98c large sleeves, stylishly mads and SnUhed, worth all of H.tS and fl.SH At Si .18. fancy spring styles, pleated ronnd joke, raffled and braid trimmer, worth (1.68. At Si 48. Sue aatine flolahed prints, shoulder rapelets, braid trim med, new atylrs, ws'.tesa pleat in back, nrnally fl.WS. Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co. 1709 and 1711 Second avenue. Rock Island. Buck's Steel Ranges A WROUGHT 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. It Pays to Buy the Best As there are so many imitations offered. It is a waste of time, patience and money to buy an inferior Range. Don't BUY a Range Before you have seen a Buck's Steel Range. 5Er33r32r33i5Er3r3jsEr: G O. HUCKSTAEDT We close at 6 J0 evenings 1809-181 1 Second Avenue. Tfie Iovpioveil Sandow f ns FOR CHILDREN. And the Warranted Not-to-Rip Union-Made SWEET, ORR & CO. PANTS for Men. 1 hese are the Best Made Trousers in the Land. We have just received a large shipment of both these celebrated makes, and in order to thoroughly introduce these lines we have placed on Sale 500 Pairs of the $1.00 quality Sandow Pants at 50C 200 Pairs of the Sweet, Orr & Co.. $3.50 Pants at $2.50 V V-' - ti'.-y Jaf Baf -ammrjamf 1 w -v SANDOW'S PERFECT PANTS SEWED WITH SILK AND LINEN. WARRANTED NOT TO RIP. For sale by T. H. THOMAS, Drajr 1 , - 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. p ana optician.