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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, MARCII 2, 1894.
j tho lest remedy
bU comp!ai&U peculiar
A KDICAI. BOOK vtttt
pOlL-RH, mi for g (jg
SI rYr BotUo Drgta,
Me. Trial Flzc mi - mj,
Irtt i for adrlr -arln
Tottsnltinfr, Department" are
7 3r phj-sJclaus mIj.
r Purpose In Advertising .
t j 1 t TfTybo-ly who buy clotbine that's all Man
in ! about know that our suitings are in, and
:.at ti fi nwt erer displayed la the city. You are res
. fully Invito to call and ase tie latent in patterns
.jul siyles, la fell and winter wear.
J. B. Z
;u ni'l If are yoar order '
Ta Block Oriwn Haarxa Bona:
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LATEST NOVELTIES IS
Coal VALLEY. Feb. 8 John T.
I II V has delivered 12.000 brick at
I the new town of Sodlow near
Mrs. Charles Blaser is visiting her
i ne oau on ine zza was not a anc-
lncse fine days brine man peo
ple to town. The merchants are do
Mrs. Marian tirear is visitimr her
folks, Mr. and Mrs. William Cook.
I Mrs. Cok is quite ill.
lr. w . r. Myers suffers from the
effect of a tooth broken in extrac
tion. His injury is very painful.
The number of inmates at the
county farm is not in excess of some
I other seasons. They have somethin-
James Harris left his home 10 days
ago for the county infirmary, being
in, ami is at nrewni quite so. Mrs,
Harris died a short time before. He
was sick and all alore.
There were protrat ted services till
I of last wet-k at Homestead church by
hcv. Calhoun, of Viola. Communion
was ncm rnniav. rwmc six or
eight persons were added to mem.
lMThij on examination all young
people. This makes about twenty
added to that church within a year.
There has been some alarm
amongst the people here on account
I of some cases of r carle t fever. It
cannot yet be railed an epidemic, as
there are at present no new rases re
ported. 1 here has been one death
Klanrhe Martin, youngest daughter
Iof Hugh Martin. She was about
eight years o'.d and a great favorite.
Mic was i.urie.l on trtday at Home
stead. Rev. Calhoun officiated. A
ood many attended the funeral.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
CAX BK IIM AT
E. F. DOK,
The New Merchant Tailor.
1822 StCOND AVE.
Harper Bonsa Slock.
IJATIOrJAItf CRACKER CO.,
I1SFICT52EI Bf RiQEB HI ISOm,
Tifl Ororrt forTt-eei.
Tbe CTi fists "Orrras" aad Christy -W-fta.
"he Fashionable Merchant Tailor i
I las the most replete line of new patterns in imported
and domestic suitings in the city.
1707 SECOHO AVE HUE-
vvl,, .,, ,Ui! .
1803 Second Avenue;
JOHN KONOSKY, -
enter and Builder,
orncr. no-. :i sixth avenue,
1 1"P on Vine Strvet POCK ISLAND.
'WHERE DIRT GATHERS, WASTE RULES.'
CHEAT SAVING RESULTS FROM THE USE OP
American Catarrh Cure.
Sew Vrk llnanrliO.
New York. March 1.
Mrmrr on rIl rrr. OiluruJ at t per
ornt. Primo nwrcaniila p.tp-r t-V M-r
out. SurliiiK rxi'faaiiKci ca.l, w.th actual
biiNDw in banket". 14 la at ti-i-tf '4 fur
ilrlunn.t an.l 't'flK fur aixtr days
pttl rate 4.Vi4 1lL I'oiuntarcial bilU
Mi.r crtinrat Siioi-- no saim: W
ilr.'r- .Meitu dollar 4
t'uited Mate honiK 4's rvcular. lo
I, runpona, U.l1.; d.i T tI; l'an:ic b'a oC Va
w Trk r.raia and rratlnne.
Ktw Voiik, .lan h L
WTimt-MtTh. 61Vi'!f.li:: May.
61 l.'.-lHc: July. trtl-liiiasn:n-: Itorcmiwf Tl!x
Kyi KalL Corn Manli. 4l;MJ':
May. e-H-SW. Jnly. 4:i Uatn I'mrk
wnitvntut. Kii&l.c; trnrk wb.t western, :i!vr,
Co. I'urk New mm$.3': lamuy. $i4.lr-5.
14..VI: abort clear. $14 a Lard inline
wcateru stvain. no:uinal.
Chicago Ltvp Stork.
CiiirAOi. March 1.
I.lrc St -.ck Tite pricw at tb I'uina stock
yard tlay raHt.-i'U at f.ilinws: Hon
Kitimatml ri"iiit lor th. day 37.0x1:
ranc -d at H.tu' j.igi. A25 licht.
?I 70 14 roupa ckiii, 4 H.,"j.l0 mix d
and 4 ,4Jiti.l bcavy iiackinR and aliiipms
Cattle Buceipts for tUe day almut .5ah
qnotation runeul at ;4 7V''-".W cboii-e to ci-
ra alilppius atevra, S.UI K";4.n I Ro,d to cbaice
do, i.lUfl.SJ lair to irotMl $i.8iir:L15 common
to UH-dtnm do, fi7iil."JI tiutchnrs' sttwrs.
liMW utockont, tltil t3..Vi ftudura, tl.aiis
U.M cow, yi.iW ta.in Ucir-r. 51.sii.U at bulU,
L'.4Oil3.b0 Texai atuura, and 2.:uti.OO Teal
Miiep and Lnmlw R-eipt for tue day
-J pw raused at S.hl.ct... m-enterns.
'.'idS.tlTiTexani, tl.7.VU.7; natiros ani
Chlcaco Grain and Irotlnce.
Chickio. March 1.
Fo'lowini; wcro the quotations on tbe
Uoard if Trade to lay: Wheat March.
OK'intl 67Vc, clovd 6'4C4 Mny opened ftsc.
rloa.d ti1: July, opene l Uljtr. closed ft-'c.
Corn March, ened c clMod c:
May, owned 3TV. clux-Ml 3ijc; Juiy, opened
)hC. closr-d arvtc Ut llarch. cp'nrd
c rinsed Ssa.o: May. ojx-ned 2'l.c, closed
aJv; July. o:m-u1 2'. clos.-d S-. Ixrk
Aoy. oNiied &i.!i. ivooed Sl'.f'7im; July,
0cnuJ Ml.KV, cioHed Sil.1i. Si. Lara .May
v'neil S'.Xlii. clua.-d S7.'U.
I'riKlueu: r.utter 1 aiicy a'parator, 1 t
er lb; taury dairy, 2it-H:; packiu
stock, lluulir. tft:s insa stock. 1'M:l(1c
;wr doz. Irred iiultry Chickens, 7j
p"r llj; turkeys, B 'i-5r; ducks, " lie; fcoiso.
''i'c. iitut ifs I5urlatik s ui((r &c pt-r bu;
llebrona, 4"ui-c'e; kuoe, 47(t-ilc: mixed, 4Vi
Vc: swm-'t iot.toes, ILinois, -.7'ti;il" k
lihk Al'plc tair to rood. flolAJ p-:
MiL :rHuberrie Jersey, S-"'-"'nl - per bbL
Hon"T White ckn-er, 1-ib sntioua, 14c
linikt'U comb, l(t(!,ISc: dark rnuib, guod Cvn
ditioti. lie; btraiuvd CaiiXuruia, &7iiSxC
Taw Vormt Market..
The ked market as lively tlio tlr-t of tbe
ee.k. hut ilnrinir trie la-t nirtsvas rather null
The i;rs-ti market na r. ntaiind alMiat the mime
vli le In tr e produce market firr hsre dipied
tt It, ami US cents he live .tock market bas
'sle n -n-nr. cnw. and b- I'ers I'svluir dropped to
1 1 and Sii, std Uof la 4' and ait
fnrn Nrw, 3tVJ7c.
f &! Sue
!la 'itsaothT. fVltn; ntdanfl tt: wild,
Fir..M: m i n itu; caiea. to.
blraa, tHiiV W.
Hitter fair to choice, 1hO.c; cieaawrj. Sic
1-oultrr tilrkeu. unwed. Ba",ie; torkeya.
drn.M!, 'ic; aaca, arenKd, Stviwc; (eeae.
rarrr awv ymwt mis.
Annlest M ?er 01', FOB Chicaj3
"loa 3c pe. ba.
Taraipa jc 483c per bo.
Cstl aatchera Mr tor ira f slesn
S'.USct aosia aad aeuus S!al3t',;calee
Coal Soft, 10c: barl. e..
Wood or. 4.u: aoed.S !.
When Babj' sraa sick, wo gave nrr tlastoria.
WTirn Ate was a CMM, she cried for Caotorla.
Wbcn the became Jlisl, sire clurg to Oattoria.
When (he had CUUreB,atas saTeUksm Castor at
Leal lard at Gilmore's.
Pictnrcsqae America.'1 '
Money to loan on real estate secur
ity. Apply at Jackson A Hurst's.
Effie Ellsler appears at Harper's
theatre tomorrow night in her new
The reenltr monthly mectin?; of
the vestry of Trinity church will be
held this evening at the rectory.
"Gathered Jewels of Song,1' a rare
assortment of favorite run sic. You
can secure it through Tbe Argus.
Citv Toll Collector Schlcmmer re
ports I2G1.21 collected at the Milan
bridges daring the month of Febru
ary. The monthly installment plan will
buy dwelling in choice street car
neighborhoods. Price from f 653 to
1,600 E. II. Gayer.
Weighmastcr B. II. Kimball weigh
ed 560 loads during the month of
February, the receipts amounting to
$56, 14 of which goes to the city.
The Brothers Byrne will present
their wonderful pantomimic produc
tion, Eight Bolls," at the Burtis at
Davenport Sunday and Monday even-
ngs, with Monday matinee.
Still another is to be added to the
ist of aspirants for the ouice of
township collector in, the person of
John K. Iluntoon, whose formal an
nouncement is to appear in a few
HThe Reynolds and Milan branches
of the liock Island County Teachers'
association will be held .tomorrow at
Black Hawk Watch Tower. Dinner
will be served at Black Hawk Inn
This will be a sociable profitable
S. P. Henderson, operator at the
C, K. I. & P., returned to his post of
duty last niirht after having passed
throuHi three months and a half of
nntold misery with typhoid fever.
But you could never tell that the
genial society" was ever sick from
Ins roiust appearance.
Men who for years have been suf
fering with a distressing affection of
the back orkidnevs have been imme
diately relieved and permanently
cured by the judicious use of Salva
tion Oil, the great pain cure. Apply
according to directions.
W. J. Spohr, the night operator of
the U., li. 1. & r., lias ttcen recalled
o Chicago since S. P. Henderson re
ported for work. Billy" is a gen
tleman in ' every sense of the word.
and has made many friends in Kock
Island, who will be-sorrv tojhave him
leave, but the best wishes of all ac
Parties desiring to build the com
ing season will do well to call at oar
office before making their arrange
ments. We will bnild 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 can save you from
1100 to 1300 on all contracts made
before the building season opens.
We have several new houses we will
sell at reasonable prices, and easy
terms. bartu ft uabcocx.
Dentists, 1721 Second avenue.
The Secretary Morton fcnigy Case,
T. White was arruijrne.i before Judge
Chapman for sentence for hanging J. Ster
ling Morton in iffi zy, and asked if be bad
anything to say. White said ail he vauted
was to gvt the case before uuother court.
The judge said hanging a man in effigy
was the worst insult that could be ofTeivd
to a man. lie t lieu imposed a fine of f-JUO
and costs. liite a attorneys then pre
pared papers for appeal to the supreme
CUPID CARRIES COMFORT.
Tie Imertcaa Catarrh Car I the rasult t4
ears rtstfy aad treatment of the dlwass. Oat
rattle convlBS-s tbe akrptlca!. It Is alway
LT:L IZ- VzrZ scttlier docber Dor etosa-
m ' It rrre M . csree las bswslaf
taws a Ml .ar-Moratlmt. rrmT' i5" Si
saw Msranp, T.
ntlae.lpWa.et maifcra anywasjre w i
r ssla trr all ymwimm i ns,
tees anaast sate '"',." 7 rV'Ti .
. - - - - ilw -lls Itr. ITrp lira a)l7
H Jne. m. V.. Wml
Children Cry for
Cornell Students Itefusc to Answer.
ITHACA, X. Y March 2. At the coro
ner's inquest in the stm'.cnt banquet af
fair F. C. Taylor, a student, by advice of
counsel, refused to answer questions. The
following students are under arrest by
order of tbe coroner for refusing to an
swer questions: V. C. Taylor, Plain field.
S. J.; C. U Uingen. iiuffalo; C. 1L Much-
ill, sew lork city, and C li. Gorby.
It Itoa't Cost Anythlnc
To try Park's Sure Cure. A specific
for the cure of all diseases peculiar I
to women. Ask your druggist our
J. E. Montrose. Waiay.r.
28 John Ohlweiler to William L.
Velie, lot 8, block 1, lot 16, block 2,
lot 11, block S. lot 13, b'.ock 7, lot It,
block 7, 2,r.09.
John Ohlweiler to Emma D. Velio,
lot 13, block 2. lot 1, block 1. lot 8.
block 4. lot 18, block 6, lot 12, block
F. B. Wrctman to John G. and Al
fred Spencer, n 82 feet lot 7, block
60, Chicago or Lower add.. Rock Isl
and, $1.1 00.
John Ohlweiler to Silas D. Leas
lot 9. block 1, lot 14, block 6, lot 13
block 4. lot 5. Mock 8, lot 11, block
John Ohlweiler to Morris Rosen
field, lot 10, block 8, lot 4. block 5
lot 7. b'.ock S. lot 7. block 6, lot 16
block 7, $1,689.
William F. Nicholson and John
Mose to William White, ej nw 27
19. 2e, $1.
William II. Nicholson to JohnMosc
n sw 27. 19, 2e, $2,800.
David S. Metzgar to Peter Andcr
son, w 12 acres sel sel 2o, 19, le.
March 1-S-Estate of Daniel T. Sey
niotir. 1 roof of publication and
posting filed. Inventory filed and
Estate or hdward Carr Allen. Ap-
praisrment bill and widow a award
tiled and approved.
Lslale of C'ecclta V icse. Inven
tory liled and approved, tinal re
port filed and approved and estate
iuslate of Jacob Korb. Final re
port os executrix filed and approyci
and estate closed.
Estate of James M. Montgomery
Appraisement bill and widow's award
liled and approved. Claims allowed
The Modern War -
Commends itself to the well informed
to do pleasantly and effectually what
was formerly done in the crudes!
manner, and disagreeably as well
To cleanse the system and break u
colds, beadaencs and fevers without
unpleasant after effects, use the de.
lightful liquid laxative remedy, Syr
up vi r ign.
Cashier Sandbagged and Bank Bobbed.
DEXTKtt, Mich., March i O. C. Gregory,
assistant cashier of Gregory & Sons private
bank, was found unconscious in the vault
of the bank, lie bad been sandbagged
and the vault robbed. It is said the thieves
secured several thousand dollars.
Bayard Will IMaw with Victoria.
London. March Si. The United States
aniliassador, the Hon. Thomas F. Bayard,
and Mrs. Bayard went to Windsor -castle
today to diue with tbe queen, Mr. and
Mrs. Bayard will pass the night at the
The Ks-Preeldea la Arizona.
FAti staff. Art, March a. Ex-Presi
dent Harrison and party have passed here.
lie was met at the train by a band and
cithcens. lie made a few remarks and
shook bands with tuauy.
It is not what its proprietors say,
but what Hood's Sarsaparrilla doe's
that tells the story of its nierit
Hood s Sarsaparilla cores.
Get your wife a little
present from our Furniture
store. It will surely please.
We have no cupidity for
your money. A little f it
works wonders in your deal
ings with us. What makes
the house a home? That
which goes in it. Mainly
FURNITURE. Have you
seen our new Parlor Goods?
Artistic and good, but very
CHEAP. Consumate crea
. tions of cute workmen.
Make love comfortable
with you by buying a nice new parlor suit from us.
W. S. HOLBROOK'S,
103, 105, 107 E. Second Street, DAVENPORT, IA.
Saturday Night, March 3.
The Distinguished American Actress
ROBERT DROIT T,
C. W. COrLBO K,
Acaspccisl y Scl cicd Cotrrtuiy, Presenting
for tbe First time in tbe city,
By Bob.rt Ornnrt.
The Seasons Greatest Dramatic
ft ices $1.00, 73, 50 and 25c, Seats on (ale arch
Buys a ladies fineDongola button boot, all
solid counter and insole, patent tip, worth
t 1 E( tuys a ladies' fine Dongla boot, button, on the
xDl.JVJ new square toe last, or Picadilly, patent tips,
easily worth $2.
ffo riA Our shoe at this price knocks 'em all
p6.J KJ must see our $2 line to appreciate it.
Burtis Opera House,
SUNDAY llornh A C
and MOXDAY i IhQIUII t G11U J.
THE GEE AT BIG HIT
Greatest snap of all. We just received them.
Ladies' extension sole, patent tip, square toe,
worth $3. See them.
We would advise you to be in time, as some
of these bargains won't last always.
"Eight Bells," tiThp Dnoynju
Introducing the world Famous I ISO Ov0 vJllJ
OFF The Atnn 'In? Carriage Ride,
Htl Ihe Uero.viuz Ship.
Prices (I, 75, 5', and 45'. EeKeat Fluke's)
frrliay morning. 1lc; honc SO.
Bortis Opera House,
Friday Night, March 2.
The Distinguished Tragedian,
In His Grand Impersonation of
J oat aft 't bis 4- orks axcr at tire Schiller
No adrance in prices.
rrkses-tl.W, 75, 50 nail Z'c.
tecare teatn now at Fluke's
162J Second Ave., Under Rock Island House.
-Children and Infants-
THEY ALL WEAR SHOES.
How to fit their little feet and fit them
Right has been our great
orrtc as. rtvucATioi.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
Rock Island Savings Bank,
AT KOCK 151 KD,
Stale nf Illinois, twfnre the cnmtnenceni ent of 1
bnrinrs on die slh day or rebroarj ', lrwt, as
n sde to Ihe Andiiot f Pnlilic Accounts, of the
Blale of Illinois, pursuant to law.
Loans and dlfcronti , $ TBA.SSA 10
Bonds and Stocks ,5.tio ID
Due froatoinrr ostias ri
nther Heal Esis'e 18.iO 8
Farnltnre aad fixtures... 10 I
Current epeu-is 40 IS
Toil!....... $ ,967 8
Capilal t ck raid In !,0r0 CO
Undltridcd uroflt... 1,11 as
f Widen' urpald SI m
Pat in-s IX: twits ubj n lo notice.. . (SS.ISS 7S
In.lWlda-l deposits subiett to check. Si7 !
Time CerttBcates of lKpos t MS.rM 73
Dueiooibcr bskks v WHI
Total , - t93.B73
STATB OF ILUNOIH. I
B oca 1st ancot tt. 1
t, 1. M. Baford, cashier of tbe Rurk IsUna Sav-1
Injs Bank. solemnlr swear that tbe above
etatement is true, to tue nest nr mT knowledge
anakenef. J. M. -(.ruKU, vm skier.
Sabscr'.bed and swo.- to before sse this Sod
aarof Maruiasa. r.i.aln HIT.
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 Hcrrlson Sts.
The Young America
sAiiPLrs noo2 "
And AJl-Kight Loack Commtar.
910 Cmstscatlt CU