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THE AiaQUS, TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 27, 1894.
I ' "f"
Is tho Lest rancdjr for
oil complaint peculiar
' to women.
Ask yonr ttrnjrglst,
tf tend to ns, for our
T.AMCff. JtSniCAL JHtor.
1 Wtmrn. ar OiH esaas 7C, rwrt
OA-twOM MCMCMC CO, M.u, Mien.
HATXOIffALr CRACKER. CO.,
Fashionable Merchant Tailor
II.13 the most replete line of new patterns in imported
and domestic suitings in the city.
1707 SEC01D AVEIUE-
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE, NO: 2821 SIXTH AVENUE,
Shop on Vine Street BOCK ISLAND.
A. rn use m ents.
J. . Montrose. Manager
u:Jay Night, March 3.
T!i'- liiinuilicd American Actress
em n: kllsler
P. lul jrmi. rid (no-pan, fnwatla;
(r tar flm tlms la tt. city.
Mr rt lrs)s.
Tin- .Vnsuns Orrafrnt Ib-amatic
Ini'-5I.H0.T3, Wandr. Scat eo tale atarak
Dwtis Opera House,
fM1- iFeb.26.il 27
u.tns mors compaxy
I1 ins miRmm sicccs.
Oowilcd Iliiiiwa Everywhere.
Of The Press.
'Jin; (trnmlett Print urtinn known to
Tim American Mar.
I :i .j; l. a LI ST IC M EN K3 13
TUa " ? anl Ifoe-wsa.
I u.l it- torn, in liit-mt aa4
PrtrM-ft.ti. rt a-wt to ra tmtm at
ITiaa'a rrlla avtrnlag. ran.91, Tulramiai in.
urtis Opera Hcase.
THE (UtEAT VAC HIT
liitroiluclng the world Famous
H rot hers Djrrne.
S C I T Amu la rant Kas,
wfcfc 1 h sWalUa "alp.
rl-a. ft . 78, .a :. SMsattloks's
Ws; Bi.ralog. Tvlepkeavtl.
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TU CarU "OTsm" aa Car "Wasaa.
failure of A. D.
GATES & CO., large
wholesale and commis
sion shoe men of Chicago.
The city courts of Chicago
just last week ordered
their goods sold for what
ever they would bring to
satisfy creditors and con
signors. Cash Did It.
Our buyer was there,
and by paying cash ob
tained $6,844 worth of
choice and desirable foot
wear at 5S 1-3 cents on the
dollar. We are going to
divide with you.
We here offer an array
of some bargains that are
Read Every Word.
96 pair ladies Lid button shoes,
worth ft, rut in two, at 48c.
24 pair bljr shoes, worth 82c,
cat in two, at 14c.
1M pair men 'a laced shoes.
wide plain toe. Boiled and dura
ble, value f l.oil, cat tn two, 7ve.
91 men's sandals, ankle strap,
value 80c, cut in two, at 48c
140 pair men's plain calf cel
shoes, Talne 3, cut in two, f LM.
SU7 pair ladles tine Lid square
toe. pat. tip. button, value 4)2.26,
cut la two, at fl.19.
Seeing is believing. Ex
amine and you will buy.
Look for blue sign, ' , '
Bankrupt Shoe Sale. '
1522 Third -
Parties desirin? to hnil.l it onm.
in? Season Will do well to rail atnnr
oflice before making their arranrv-
ments. We will huild houses for
parties buying lots from us, either in
our addition, or the Columbian park
addition, and accept reimbursements
for the house on the monthly install,
ment plan. We ran sav von tmm
$100 to 1300 on all contracts made
before the buildin? season nrwns
We hare several new houses we will
sen at reasonable prices, and eaj
terms. BaKTH & llimva r
Dentists, 1724 Second avenue.
'altfmto. Florida, Trias
To any point in the altnve Rt.ntea
IlieC. It. I. & 1. railway (Kock Inl
and route) offers to travelers from
Hie tri-eilies the nii'u-kesl time, low
est rates, greatest rarietv f r,.m
anil inenmparal.lv the licst train ser
vice. Through sleetwrs diilv tn
California and Texas. Direet" con
nection in Chicago with best lines
south. Special excursion mloa now
in eneci. 1 or particulars call at tie.
pot ticket ofiii-c or address
M. Ali.es, (5. A. P. 1).
I. II. Pli mmkk, Apent.
MARKETS BY TtLtGRAPK.
Xcw Vorh I inanriai.
Krw Vokk, FeU. 36.
""cy no cau Fsr. wa-rwl at 1 put
rent. I'riroa nivmntil aaper per
cent, btoriin exrhanm liriu, with artoal
lnifmi io (tanker' lia, iu vtfM.1 fur
dinwiul an.l 4W(.,.iit j f. Mtir ua
put4 rate T? . Cumtujrctml buU ifO'J
eurer eertiii-aica. ffl tVBV; no aa'n: tar
aiivrr ". 3irxioan a.illars .
LoiiniK(atra lunasft ntfiUr. HTM: do
'cimiimb JUT; ut ? S t'acido Vtiti "Si
Vrk Grata and rrodana.
N'sw VoRB.Feh. 3
ViTieat F-lmrr. c; Murra. i'S,''.n':iir;
May. t;'4ni.lc: July, VS .iitfc; Lrvnil-r,
.ii.ff. kbt luu anl nominal. vrn
Marrh. lc; .May, Mi.u t;i-liii-. UmIk
. - imiriy nivi. mn wwikor. May; 3?c;
irf mn sat. j s tra k abito trntrn.
INirk Kair: new ninx, tUl.r U.ui;
famiiy, tli'O-. Unirtrirar, $U' i lti.il. Lard
LaMcr; prune westsra tra:a. t;.'.M.
Chirac0 Lv Ktwlu
CmcAno, FoK M.
1." rr Mnpic me prires at tua I'liion Su.rk
Tn today rantl as follow: Vm-
tie Kotimatrd nwipt ftir the day, II.Oiijc
juotaliiina TMitri at M.T.M-i.1.1 rhoica to x
tratkiiipineMemx S t-4 i'lro .i U citoicse div
tliiUi fir to r.kxL iUiXUrumiiian to
milium d. fi,D ;t.3.-:. Imtrliors' stra,
t..(.:i.lM tnrkT j:ki).Atti ffrdt-rs. fl.ai.j
lihirowft. iUjj.tlll beifen. tl.."m,(.li() bulia,
:ai)ia.tiJ TuZas ktscra, and tjHuAUJ real
Hoit Estimated reei-ipta f.ir the day,
xxin ranued at 4."4i',V.uipiKs .ui. J) liirht.
abd lioary iiackiu aud aUipjiini;
Sheep and Lamln Iteeoiuts f.ir tba day
ia.': prir.- ranpM at SS.HIn-'i.ti.'i we-tprns,
(I.T.iiiuTexana, tLiJiiAIj naUTe aud $i.7i
Chicago Grain and Pntduce.
CiiiCAon. Feb. 8.
Followin;; or? the ' juitaiinn on tue
Ihmrd of IraJe today: Vnaai Fenrnary,
ft; tied iiTVoc, closed 5To; May, opened SUic
3UMed W4Ci July. o;ened 01c, clowd bic.
Cirn Fi'liruary, wneil c cloned XHic; Slay
3mnei itt'c, cioMl tf'1: July, o;enfd atM:
rhed S"?4C Uuta i'ehruiry. oiiened c
?inwd iVr; Mny, opeueJ clowj S0!
July otiened -74( clofk'd I'ork Fetii-u
ary. oiened . cloned S X Alay, opened
flJ.11.1. cl.fd $11,115. Lard Alay, opened
$7.1(1, cliieed 7.IU.
Produce: Buttjr Fancy separator, W-nik
Zc er lo; fancy da:ry. i &;&: p inxin i stok.
lOtfrlSc fcitu Kreh t-rfc, 17c pa.- dm.
Imaged roultry-c'hicijns. sisijsis per 11
turkeys, fl.tu; tluck, bu-l'te; eeasa. 7t;ic,
fotatoee llurhanks, 51 .Vlo per bu; ilebrons"
tu.lr: hariyllo.. slc: mixed lots, sj-VIc.
tjweet Iotatoss Illinois. ?Li v'l 0 per bbl;
Ai'piea-OtKid So..'t-if i.rJ ier buL Craub;.rrics
JcrM-y. $iJii-i.M pr uhL Honey Whit
cloTer. 1-lb eecti'jns, lie; broKtu coma, luol-c;
dark cotnu. Rood cu luu , li strained Cali
fornia, 4ii..-c ier ill.
1ilwa'Tki:e. FeH. M.
Whwit - Vv eak; Xo, S tsri.itf. fS.j; No. 1
Ki.ribfra, M y, .f7:!s". t'orn No.
a. a"4c. Ifrits S". Swhit -. ;tlc No. a white,
S r3 ila'-h-j- :.i S, 4 ; suuipies in-jlic.
ky-No. 1. 1T;
'1 oi.kiio. Fo'j. 16.
Wlieat L-wt: No. S cj-Ii. Kebruaiy,
57c: Mv, ar: July, lil'v. t'orn-I)a!l: No.
2 ca-b. c; .May, 4'. OntK-Du 1; No. S
Diixrd ca-li, . liye l:rui: canU, ;Uc bid.
Clover set. I Lower; prim cadi.
February. t:.y. March, S"j.7-"!i; April, 5.-JI
asked; Ut toiier. f I LU
fcjw lluir.ilo Uve Stock.
East livtTALO, Feb. 2d.
Cattle Ilecp;ts 1 t; i riH uull and tin-
chantf id. 11ok-lie.-, h.ti l,l' ; Yorkers.
t.Vj-. roniclia. t4.tj I . ; A S-kfiu. chucp
an I LanilM Ilecvlptib pool wctli' T-,
t-Uiul UC bsl sbe. p. 7.i-l.7j; guol to best
luuU, i.U U,LUU.
Tbm Lwsl Karkats.
Cora w. w. m&37c
Ila TiiJ. tStfttin: anlaa.l tSas'B: wild.
as ii.nu; pia a lasara; bus. id.
"nfce. f tr to cboica, lisSDc; creaaMry, tic
mmFrrh. ITr ftlsc.
rVTry hlcaens, srsesed, S3se; tarkeya.
flrd, t'ioi nacar, dressed, saMUc; (
I earrr aTosjTAtr.
Ailoa- fff iV) jer b T O B Chicago
!oti Bt pes ha
Traipa Tic J8)c ear bo.
awtta sltkarj par for enm f-d
Ve; cows aad Satfais.
ral-nfL mttte; asm. t8.B&
Wood -can. S4.U): sawsd. as.sn
lShea Csby tti sick, wc (rasv nor ostoria.
Wkra tine was a Cuild, sha crk-d for Cantoria.
Vben aae becomo Miss, she cluns to Castoria.
Children Cry for
Children Cry for
Andrew Donaldson, of Rural, was
in the city today.
Money to loan on real estate secur
ity. Apply at Jackson ft Hurst's.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones, of
Reynolds, were in the city yesterday.
'Picturesque America." a first
class work of art in single parts to
readers of The Argus shortly.
The monthly installment plan will
buy dwellings in choice street car
neighborhoods. Price from $650 to
91,600 E. H. Guyer. .
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Bright man and
J. W. Stewart, of Davenport, have
taken rooms at the Harper, which
will be llu ir home hereafter.
The annual banquet of the Daven
port Business Men's association was
held last evening at the Kimball
house. There were 13d present.
' Travel over the Rock Island bridge
Sunday amounted to: toot, north,
709; south, 723; total, MS2. Teams,
north, 609; south, 602: total, 1,211.
Eugene Koehler, son of Capt.
Kochlcr, formerly of Rock Island,
but now of I.os Angeles, Cal., is to
be married at the latter place next
The Jolly Haymakers. Black Hawk
council havo issued invitations
for their third annual select masquer-
sue nan to ie held at the K. I', hall
March f. The llavmakcrs have al
ways given a high class mask ball
anil without doubt this will be one of
the general order.
Mrs. A. A. lienn, late of Minneap
olis, and now of Davenport, will lee-
ture at (J. A R. hall, 1503 Second
avenue, next Wednesday afternoon
at 2:S(. on the subject, Health,
vtcamiami Happiness, lliclmlvis
highly spoken of w herever she has
appeared, and her lectures are com
mended as both interesting and in
structive. Adniissiot! free.
The local packet chain has had an
other link added by the placing of
the steamer Lily Turner in the trade
between Dubiuiue, Iowa, and Glen
Haven, Wisconsin. The loat is now
owned by Dubuque parties, and will
receive a thorough overhauling and
repairing, preparatorv to enterinjr
the trade. The boat will be run by
Captain Shaw, of that citv, a gentle
man of long experience in the busi
ness, who will see that nothing is
lacking to make a popular means of
Thr ity Council.
Citv CorxoiL Kkm, Rock Island,
Feb. 20. The city council met in
adjourned meeting at 7:30 p. ru..
Mayor Medill presiding and all the
aldermen present except Ficken
scher. AIJ. Kuschmann, from the street
and alley committee, submitted a
report favoring the acceptance of the
plat of Brooks' Sixth addition pro
vided the owners bring all streets
and al'eys to grade, or furnish a sat
isfactory bond to bo so. Adopted.
The clerk read a bond from Mrs.
E. Brooks, et al.. in the sum of 500,
to bring to grade all streets and al
leys in Brooks1 Sixth addition. Ac
cepted. The clerk read the plat of Brooks'
Sixth addition, which was accepted
ou motion of Aid. Roth, by unani
Aid. Nelson moved that the condi
tion of Elm street, between Twelfth
and Thirteenth avenue, be referred
to the street and alley committee
with instructions to place in safe
Aid. Evans, from the committee
appointed to inquire into the delay
as to giving proper alarm on the o oc
casion of the late lire at the B mill of
the Lock Island Lumber company,
reported, exonerating all ollicia'ls
from blame. Carried.
Aid. Corken reported an ordinance
confirming to the People's Power
company all franchises now existing
for electric and gas light purposes,
heretofore granted to other compa
nies which have been succeeded by
the People's Power company; limit
ing charges, and providing for a
bond. Passed by a unanimous vote.
Aid. Corken submitted a bond of
the People's power company in the
sum of (1.5 0 conditioned on the
faithful performance of the contract
transferred from the Electric Light
company, which was accepted.
The council went into committee
of the whole on the revised ordi
nances, on motion of Aid. Kinner,
and Aid. Maticker took the chair.
When the committee rose and Mavor
Medill resumed the chair. Aid.
Mauckcr reported the revised ordi
nance or municipal codo to the coun
cil, and Aid. Corken -moved its
adoption. The ordinance was passed
by uuauimous vote.
On. motion of Aid. Bladel the
mayor and printimr committee were
authorized by unanimous vote to en
ter into contract for the printing of
the municipal code with some re
AIU. f OSS moved that one ennv of
the book be interleaved with four
blank pages between each two nin.
and be kept in the city clerk's ofttce.
It was ordered that there be 525
copies printed and that 25 be bound
in sheep and 500 be bound
Aid. Kennedy moved that at the
next meeting aldermen present the
names of judges and clerks of elec
Adjourned on motion of Aid. Roth.
A. D. llceatso. City Clerk.
Lorenza J. Connor. 104 Hreen
street. Albany, N. Y., MTs: "l have
ued Dr. Bull's Couirh Svrnti an1
find it very beneficial, and can safely
recommend it as a good remedy for
is rr true?
YES," Says a Well Known
MK. F.D. STOIlll,
819 Fourth Avenue, Rock Ivlin.l, III.
says Mr. Stodd, "I am employed a
the Rock Island Plow works, and I
had as bad a case of catarrh as any
person could have. I was dull and
drowsy, hawking and spitting all the
time, more tired on arising in the
morning than when I went to bed.
The sneezing, coughing and blow ing
nose was distressing and sometimes
caused nausea and vomiting. My
hearing was effected and I had a con
stant roaring noise in my cars. This
grew so bad that my ears began to
discharge pus or matter. I could not
get the discharge stopped, although
I had consulted a number of physi
cians, until I visited the Scott Medi
cal Institute. They stopped the dis
charge and also the roaring in my
ears and C-U-R-E-D me. This was
last year, and today I am as well as
ever I was. I presume I have sent 20
or ao cases to the Scott Medical In
stitute since I have got well, and the
resuus seem to no me same on my
friends as it was with me. What
they tell you can be believed on as
true. I can bo found at the Rock
Island I low works, and will gladly
tell any person of my c-u-r-e."
EVERT CURABLE DISEASE TREATED.
221 Brady street, Davenport, la.
Over American Express Co.
SPECIALTIES Catarrh, Eye, Ear,
Xose, Throat, Lungs; Nervous dis
eases. Skin diseases. Chronic dis
Or t ICE HOURS: 9 to 11 a. m., 2
to 4 p. m., 7 to 8 p. m.
On Sundays the office .will be open
irom a. m. to 12, 2 to 4 p. m.
24 John and Rudolph Weyer
hauser to Gust Olson, part lot 8.
block 1, Bailey Davenport's Second
1 1 .... A,.
auu., jwoiine, jJ.
X. L. and Catherine Davenport to
Gust Olson, part lot 8, block 1, Bailey
Davenport's Second add., Moline,
Guss Olson to Albert W. Ritter,
lot 8, block 1, Bailey Davenport's
Second add., Moline, 91.
A. B. E. Adams to William H.
Sherman, outlot 22, assessor's plat
of 2, 18. le. 92 )0.
John Shaw to Archibald Shaw, ej
swj 5, 17, le, 9300.
Licensed to Wed.
Feb- 21 John
Peterson, Ida Hag-
ouiriey. Kock island.
Max W. oss. South Rock Island.
Millie Tetter, Milan.
Robert J. Guinn, Millie J. For
-f William Asay, Edgington,
Emily Johnson, Rock Island..
24 Theodore A. Tollcfsen. Camilla
Greatly reduced rates via the
"Burlington" to Pacific coast points
on account of Midwinter fair. Tick
ets now on sale, with final return
limit to July 15. Through slee pi no-
car accommodations secured.' For
full particulars apply to
M. J. Yorso, Agent.
H. D. Mack. D. P. A.
Land-seekers" excursion. On Jan.
9, Feb. 13, March 13, April 10 and
May 8, 1894, low rate excursion tick
ets may be had at the "Burlington"
oflice to all points in Texas. Final
limit of tickets. SO days from date of
sale. For particulars apply to
M. J. Yot-Ko,
Agent, Rock Island.
H. D. Mack, D. P. A.
Charles Mitchell na l James J. Corbett
sparred at Madison Square garden, Kew
York, before 8.0W) spectators.
Zella Lytic Xicohis, of recent unpleasant
notoriety, has gone, to her childhood home
at Wabash, Iud.
David Mercer, a Chester, Ills., prison
convict, sentenced for burglary, escaped by
crawling through a sewer.
Nebraska settlers may be dispossessed
of 25t0U0 acres of land by a ruling of tba
O'Xeill land officials.
Das tastes medicinally, in keeping
with other luxuries. A remedy mast
be pleasantly acceptable in. form,
purely wholesome in composition,
truly beneficial in effect and entirely
free from every objectionable qnal
ity. If really ill he consults a phy
sician; if constipated he uses th
mu family laxative, Sjrnp
How to fit their little feet and fit them
Right has been our great
To enable us to do that we carry the largest as
sortment of children's and infants shoes to be found
in any store.
A key given with every purchase.
Cor Second and Harrison Sts.
Our Purpose In Advertising
Is to let everybody who buys clothing that's all Man
kind here about know that our Baitings are in, and
. that the finest ever displayed in the city. You are re$
pectf ally Invited to call and see the latest in patterns
and styles, In fall and winter wear.
J. B. ZTMTtTER,
Catx and leave joar order
Stab Block Opposttk Harpxb Hottsx:
The Young .America
And All-Night Lunch Counter.
Contractor and Builder.
Shop, Holly Hose House.
Residence. 410 Seventh street.
SEIVERS & ANDERSON.
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS
AJl B3nda ot Carpenter Work Done.
a Sp Itl Taawlft.
B. P, DeGEAR,
Office and Shop 225 Eighteenth Street
work a nrt.H
C. J. W. CCHRtZIUER,
Contractor and Builder,
1W tmWtaTtt. IwHhw ma Herta awm.
"WHERE DIRT' GATHERS. WASTE RULES.'
. GSEAT SAVttXa RESULTS FROU THE USSOP
LATEST SOYELTIES IN
CAS BE 8ERK AT
E. P. DORN,
The New Merchant Tailor.
1823 SECOND AVE.
Harper House Block-
210 Serentoentl. St.
ROOK I8LAHD. ILL
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