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THE ARGUS, ONDAY, MAY 29, 18!tf.
Freshvegatables at Buncher's.
Fresh strawberries at Hess Bros'.
Mark Murphy at the theatre
Lonsdale muslin Tie a yard at Mc
CaK? Bros". Wednesday.
12Ae tennis flannels for 91 e only at
McCabe Bros'. Wednesday.
Last night of the lJogardus Elee
trie Belt t'o. Market square.
Frch strawliorrifs ami line bana
nas :ml h:t.;i;i's at Hunihcrs.
Wax beans, string beans, green
ieas anil nuw potatoes at Biinclur's.
McCain- Bros", special coupon offer
good until ihursday night, head
Scotch zephyr jinpliams reduced
from 22e to 141 this week at MeCabe
Found Health by using Monroe's
Tonie found at the Harper house
Io you warn a set of the famous
Encyclopedia Britannica free? Bead
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Silvis. of Car
bon Cliff, spent Sunday in the city
McCabe Bros", are selling Salis
bury & IVpperell U brown muslin at
A stir in prints at McCabe Bros.
One case good indigo lilucs 7c qual
ity for 5c a yard.
Japan and China lloor mattings at
and 12.1 e. at McCabe Bros, cost
much more to import.
Lat night of the Electric Belt Co.
Come and enjoy a good hearty
laui.li. Market square.
Mrs. James II. (Iraham. formerly
of Uoi k lhind. now of Joliel. is vis.
i t i 11 ii" rt laties in Davenport.
(.'apt. Marshall. of Chicago, in
charge of lite Hennepin canal con
struction, is in the city today.
Mr. and Mrs. (ieorge Acklcy have
arrived in the city from Lancaster.
Mo., and will make their home lure.
The Hock Island stove works foun
dry has closed down for a couple of
davs in order to have the furnace re
lined. Are you satisfied withyour health?
Ii feelini; run down try Monroe's
Tonic, it will cure vou. Marshall vV
Don't fail to se the comedy farce
entitled t'l infill a photograph galcry,
3t the clectrieU.elt sho on Market
Some one has been cruel enough to
prophewy that trfr ltt of the mem
bers of the A. P. A. in this city is to
be published next.
J. P. Sexton. John Burton and
Valentine Nold left for Chicago
Saturday niirht for a few davs visit
at the World's. Fair.
Dr. W. W. Adams and wife, late of
Los Angeles. Cal., have arrived in
Rock Island with a view to making
this city their future hoiv.e.
One fact is worth a thousand theo
ries. It's a fact that Monroe's Tonic
cures weakness, nervousness, etc.
Try it. ' Marshall - Fisher's.
.That frame house still Mocks the
street- ar Twenty-third street and
Fifth avenue. There ought to be
some; sort f a move there pretty
JVlin C. Kinney,, who has been
critically ill for several davs. is re
ported as somewhat better today, as
his many friends will be glad to
Conductor J. B. Brown, of the C.
B. iSc is laid up at his home with
a verv sore hand, the result of a dog
bite lie received a few days ago at
Henrv Dart's Sons" store has un
dergone a thorough overhauling, the
ollices haying been rearranged ami
repainted and now present a very in
The Ai:;is regrets to announce
that Treinann & Sons have delayed
their ouilding operations until next
year, when the proposed building
will be erected.
Chas. J. Heath, formerly manager
of the Western Union Telegraph of
tiee here, was shaking hands with
old friends yesterday. Mr. Heath is
nmv located at Elgin.
The ferry J. W. Spencer was stuck
just opposite her dock, at the foot of
Eighteenth street, about two hours
today, but linally got loose- and re
sumed her regular trips.
There will be a sale of fancy work,
salad, ice cream and cakes at Mrs. A.
C. Dart's 741 Twenty-second street,
by St. Catharine's guild next Satur
day afternoon, from 3 to G.
Prof. Fisk.will give his balloon as
cension at thV Tower tomorrow with
parachute drops of birds and animals.
The trouble yesterday was the fact
that the balloon w as not suiliciently
Owing to the fact that Saturday
night's meeting of the Tri-City Trav
elers was not verv largely attended,
the action pertaining to the forma
tion of a branch of the state organiz
ation was deferred.
Kev. W. S. Marquis will deliver an
illustrated lecture on Japan at the
Central Presbyterian church this eve
ning, under the auspices of the King's
Messengers of the Central church.
The admission will be but 10 cents.
The coroner's jury in the Wynes
case, after hearing the evidence of
the physicians engaged tn the post
mortem, the result of which ap
peared in Nat urday evening's Ahui's,
returned a verdict of death produced
by natural causes..
James Campbell, the "cast iron
man." got on his war paint again
yesterday, and went home and began
to break up housekeeping again.
Chief Sexton went down with the pa
trol wagou and brought him up to
the station, where he is still locked up.
A little child of Charles A. San
gren and wife, at 812 Second avenue,
wandered away from home on Sun
day evening and was not found until
about two hours afterward. The lit
tle tot is scarcely 3 years old, and
was up on Twcnty-lirst street when
Mrs. Melissa Beardsley, widow of
the late Jack Beardsley, colored, has
received notification through her
attorney. Maj. J. M. Beardsley, that
she has been granted a pension of s
per month. Her husband was a
member of the Forty-eighth I'. S.
Mr. ami Mrs. Steven Buckley and
child, of Pueblo, are paying a short
visit to Aid. Dan Corkcn and family
on their reUirn home from the
World's Fair. Mr. Buckley formerly
rcsided in Bock Island, and since Lis
removal to Pueblo has been chief of
Boscnlicld Bros." the energetic
young men who have started in the
plumbing business, have secured the
room formerly occupied by Schroe
der's meat market on Twentieth
street, and arc now open for business.
They have a stock of supplies on the
w ay from St. Louis.
The Davenport victims of the Al
dine hotel imposition, are to hae a
meetini; at the Business Men's rooms
there tonight, and Bock Island peo
ple who were similarly victimized,
art- invited to attend. It is expected
to adopt some course that will pre
vent a further swindle.
The Switchmen's association hail a
meeting vestcniav at Hillier's hall.
tirand Master Wilson, of the order,
was present and the situation was
discussed. Nothing is. of course,
riven out as to what action was taken.
but it is understood that the switch
men will want a heariug on account
of the recent discharge of employees
The Sidney will be up Thursday
The Volunteer came down with
cifjht strings of gs, and the E. Hut
led ge with 1C strings.
The stage of water at Bock Island
bridge at noon today was 11:40, and
the temperature was 74.
The Irene I), and Verne Swain
came down, and the Mary Morton,
Thistle. Irene D., Volunteer and
Verne Swain passed up.
The glorious old Pittsburg, the
ilairship of the Diamond Jo line, with
SuperintendeiitCaptain Killeen on the
roof, will be dow n in the morning.
Travel across Bock Island bridge
vesterdav was as follows: Foot,
north, 1.133: south. 1.173: total.
2. Sim"). Teams, north. 572; south,
57: total. 1,142.
A irrat Offer.
M-niv of our readers have undoubt
edly had their attention called to the
wonderful library proposition made
by the Omaha World-IK raid.
Thk Ai;;t s is happy today to an
nounce to its readers and friends,
that it has completed arrangements
with the World-Herald for a limited
number of sets of their famous edi
tion of the Encyclopedia Britannica,
which The Amu s now offers on the
same liberal terms as contained in
the World-Herald's most favorable
It is impossible to estimate the
benefit to the community by the dis
tribution of this, the grainiest of ed
ucational libraries. Our readers can
obtain the great Britannica now at a
savin" of $150. as compared with the
On steamer Verne Swain and barge
Little Verne, on Decoration Day, to
the Arsenal and return. Boat leaves
landing at 1:3 p. m., landing passen
gers on the Island and returning af
Ter the services. Fare for the round
trip, 25 cents. Geokge Lamont,
James Osbokn. Agt., Hock Island.
Card of Thanks.
The family of the late Charles
Toenniges desire to express their
sincerethanks to friends for the
many favors extended to them, ami
the floral offerings received during
their late bereavement.
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Fowder, No Ammonia; No AluniJ
-Used in MilliorB 61 Bonces 40 fcears the Standard.
I. . It. M.
All brothers of the I. O. R. M. will
assemble at their wigwam at 9 o'clock
p. m., May SO. 1893, to take part in
the decorating of the soldiers' monu
ment in Court House square.
1. P. Williams, Sachem.
1). Lakfek, C. of B.
Bogus white lead
would have no
sale did it not
afford makers a larger profit than
Strictly Pure White Lead.
The wise man is never persuaded to
buy paint that is said to be "just as
good " or " better " than
The market is flooded with spurious
white leads. The following analyses,
made by eminent chemists, of two of
these misleading brands show the
exact proportion of genuine white lead
they contain :
'Standard Lead Co. Strictly Pure White
Lead. St. Louis."
Materials Proportions Analyzed by
Unrvtes r0 3li kt crnt. Regis I'hanvcuet
Oxiilc of Zinc 81.1S per cent. & Hro.,
White Lead U.-MS per rent. St. Louis.
Less than 7 per cent, white lead.
"Pacific Warranted Pure A White Lead."
Material Proportions Analyzed by
Sulphate of Lead 4.1S per cent. Leilo.ix & Co.,
Oxide of Ziuu per cent. JNcw York.
Uuryles SO.tiS er eelit.
Nc white lead in it.
You can avoid bogus lead by pur
chasing any of the following brands.
They are manufactured by the " Old
Dutch'' process, and are the standards:
" Southern" " Red Seal "
a r- 1 1 : - " t
For iale by the most reliable dealers in
pa nts everywhere.
If you are Roing to paint, it wnl pay you
to send to us for a book containing informa
tion that may save you many a dollar; it will
only cost you a postal card to do so.
NATIONAL LEAD CO.,
1 Rroadway, New York
State and Fifteentn Streets.
RE OV IN NEED?
Want a cook
Want a partner
Want a filiation
Want to rent rooms
Want a servant gul
Want to ell a farm
Want to sell a house
Want to exchanpe anthiaff
Want te sell household poods
Want to make any real estate loans
Want to sell or trade foranythtnc
Want to find customers for anything
VSK THESE COLUMN.
rHK DAILY AKQL"S DELIVERED AT YOUR
door every evening for 12 He per week.
?OK PENT-THREE TNFI7BN1SHED ROOMS
on second floor. Address A .this office.
steady employment for rapid workers.
The Morgan Co , VTeit Twenty second and Union
streets, i nicago. 111.
AGENTS WANTED AGENTS TOTAKE OR
ders In cverv town and city; commission or
liberal salary 10 successful' solictors; stead v
work. Send references and secure territory
promptly. EUwantreri Barry, Mt. Hope nurser
ies, Rochester, . .
WANTE1 TWO OR THREE MKXTOREP
resent onr well known honse In this state.
Onr men handle five or six lines of articles which
enables us to pay handsome wares salaries
ranee from STj to f 125 a month, according to ma
terial in the men. L. 1. May A Co., '.. raul,
Minn., nurserymen, flortets, eeedmieii, seed po
tatoes, implements, etc
is the best skin lotion in use. It contains no
mineral or oil v substances. Sold by
THE WARREN BROWN CO.
Room 15, Dittoe lUock. Davenport, comer
Third and Brady.
4 pane Medical treatise contaiiilrn much infor
mation and many valuable receipts free uion application.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove havine a tank that cannot betaken c'lf
for filling, nnless the burners are dosed.
THE ' QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove having an indicator to show when the
burners are odl-l or closed.
THE ' QUICK MEAL' is tlio only
stove laving glass tubes to s!iow tlie drip
pinj; of ea-oline when the stjv ' u use.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove having burners teat cam 4 1 be opened
farther than noccssiry.
THE ' QUICK MEAL" is the only
s'ove having all parts made of material
which tanno. rust.
1G15 and 1617 Secoul AveiHi.
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & Martin
FINAL WIND-UP IN
This week we wan: to close out every Cloak
Jacket and Ready-made Dress we hve. n.
make it an object for you to buy we will
make a'discount of
20 PER CENT.
One-fifth deducted from the price of everv
garment in stock.
fc"Scma new styles addd foi this sa'e Ev.-
The Columbia :
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
House Raising' and Moving-
SATISFACTION Gl AKANTEtD.
lTIuiiiir brick buillin's t pccially
Address E. A-' ROUNDS.
1515 Seventh Avpnne. 15ox 1-1
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Alwavs on hand the finest brands of domestic
and iniiorted citarsi. All brands of tobacco.
The core of all the ball games wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1S0S Second Avenue.
F G. YOUNG, Proprietor.
1728 Second iv.
Fifth Avenue Pharmaey.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic and Dispsius Pharmacisi
Is row located in his new building at the corner of F:f:h bViiiue
and Twenty-third street.
.1 P. P.iitNririD. T K -tn.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Pitte
House lloatinjj and Sanitary Phniibinj;. - - '1 '4
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
On all small lots, mostly narrow widths, in the finer grades of Ladies' Shoes and Oxford Tics art!
We LaTe placed our Fall orders -with the manufacturers for our immense new stock in Ladies Fine Shoes. While
goods are being made, we are determined to dispose of all small lots, particularly narrow widths, now in stock. Acuei--
LACK AND BUTTON SHOES.
20 pairs linest kid, hand turned, square tip, cloth top, were 0 00 now 1 00
, . laee weresfrti 00 4 00
French " " ooiumon sense,
bronze, cloth top. French kid. lace,
finest lined kid, blucher style,
" M. & K. foot form,
" " hand welt, common sense,
finest kid. baud turned, pioadilly lace,
English last, button.
' hand well, button, opera toe,
linest donfjola " " " "
linest straight goat. " Waukenphast,
linest Dongola . common sense,
line dull finished Dongola. button, common sense
finest patent leather, hand turned,
fine Dongola' cloth top, lace, patent tip,
" patent tip, lace.
plain toe, short vamp,
OXFOHI) TIES OK LOW Sll()l
47 pairs best kid. common sense, hand turned,
opera toe, plain. ' "
patent tip, hand turned
best patent leather, cloth tops
fine patent leather vamps, ooze top
line kid, opera toe,
" common sense.
square toe, tip.
" southern ties,
French kid. bronze,
bronze Theo ties,
ooze strap slippers, different
There is quite a number of small lots. 2, 3 an
which will be sold at a mere song. With the op
are determined to show the grandest stock of I v.
ever had, and thus it is that we have made these big reductions at considerably less than the manufacturing cost.
buy the very finest goods at a less price than cheaper goods are being sold for.
Shoe Store 1SC4 Second avenue.
Clothng Stote at