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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, APBH, 27, 1897.
2002 FOTJETH -A."SnB33SI U Jiii
And Sporting Goods
Bennett's Glove Store.
A $100 Wheel for $7S; as good as
any wheel on the market.
YOUR ATTENTION . . .
Is respcc'fully Invited to the GRAND EASTER
French Pattern Hats and
Some surprises. Watch for
JOHN M. FARIDON.
PARJDOCT G SON
Painters and Decorator
FAFSS EANQESS. CALS0KI2TEES, ite.
Shop 4iQ Seventeenth street.
J Happy Days
ars Hum apnn hk'i tuffcrrn capartmr tha
mum of Ival stmigtfi. v".aliiy ana energy.
Tha fmou Praln and Nv Fond, tttr.g
about this lurry rasult. Thaycmir naalthy
di(rihm. rure. rkh fctw!. arm iwln,
niftrad trrnKtti, irJv n.rws anj a claar
train. bralnschKkol (oravtr,
tl.Oortr tax. Boxes. $5.00.
A fcwal guarantee to rute or rrfnnd the
BMinrv ith e.rrv Aft iftlrr. AcMrcs
l"l llnkin Co., Overland, O.
ret fala by A. J. Kair, Aim fists. Rock IaUsrl
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AJAX REMEDY C0.,nl?
Wot aala ta Bock Itlaad by T. H. Tboaa,
at an hall A Flrhar and Joba Benntoo, drajKlmr
The only safe, sure and
reliable Female Pill ever
offered to Ladies. Espe
cially recommended to
married Ladies. Ask for
and take no other. Sexd fob cxbctxab.
Price 11.00 per box, 6 boxes tor $5-00.
DR. H0m CrIFJRCAt CO, Cmbfi, fete
ski by T. . Taesut, dracxiaa.
Insist on the
The best Washing Powder
made. Best for all clean
ing, does the work quickly,
cheaply and thoroughly.
Largest package greatest economy.
K. FAIRBANK COMPANY,
Sew York, Eoiton, Philadelphia,
We'll Do It for You
We'll change your walls Into a wilderness
ot beauty. We'll strew them with dainty
flowers In delicate tints, or we decorate
them in unique designs, plain and simple,
or so intricate that it will take you day
to rind the end ot a curve. We can please
you in color and design. We can please
jou la price. It will please us if you
come here. If you come here, we will
Sohmeif, Hubbi & Anderson
-BYRNES & CO.'S
Bonnets. Millinery Novelties.
BENBT A. FARIDON
V, :ay litres
ML ami tho.li-
S tressing et ' I !iV
'J, fects of the heat. : ' ' ' '
II mm IS
cools Uie blood,
tones the stom
the body, fully
satisfies the thirst.
ling, temieraiice y.
drink of the high- M
est medicinal value. tV
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oanai at Draerlata ot by anil ; ample loe. by mall.
XT BROTUKKS, Watran St., Kew York City.
Subscribe (or III Asoca.
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SITUATION 18 CRITICAL.
Continued from First Face.
ing in advance of the return of Salis
bury next Thursday, is held to indi
cate that matters" of urgency are
Atbens, April 27 An extraordi
nary session of the legislative assem.
bly is called for this afternoon. The
different leaders of the opposition
nave Deen called to the palace.
Otaar Fore In XotM.
Carlsrube. April 27. Prince Louis
William August, cf Baden, died to
day. London. April 27. It is feared the
French steamer, Henry, has been lost
with 30 ot her crew.
Torrans BUI Paaaat.
Springfield, April 27. The house
passed with the emergency clause
the senate Torrens land title bill; it
is an exact copy of the bill passed
two years ago, except it strikes out
the provision which vested the regis
ter with power to pass on the title
which the court held was a judicial
(unction which could not be vested
in a ministerial officer. The bill
passed today provides for court pro
ceedings to settle questions ol title.
The statute limitations are re'
duced from five years to two. The
bill now gees to the governor.
Th. Tnw Finnil
Oitlimwn. Tnwa Anril 97 Tlio
river fell 18 inches last night, re
lieving the situation greatly. The
Burlington succeeded in reestablish
ing their train service on the main
line and branches The Milwaukee
is running in a roundabout way, and
the Bock Island is still unable to
move trains. The receding water
snows great aamage, especianv to
-: i .1 .
Illinois Lcve Breaks.
Keokuk, Iowa, April 27. The Punt
levee on the Illinois side, IS miles
below the city, broke unexpectedly
this morning, and 25.000 acres of
rich land will be oversowed. There
was a wild rush to ret families.
stock and movable property out of
the bottoms. Much stock will be
drowned. There may be a i mall loss
A a E'aetrle Car'a Plane.
Portland, Ore., April 27. An elec
tric car was thrown irom the track
at East Morris and Eighth street this
ariernoon ana pin nee a into a slough
25 feet below. Four persons were
arownea ana lo injured.
Sherrard, April 21. Mr. Discon
ana family morea to Wsnlock
Mrs. Omelia, of Cleveland, 111.,
visited with her son, John Omelia.
L. Williams, of Iowa, is here visit
ing with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
The funeral of Mrs. Morgan Hirst,
ot Cable, passed through here en
route to Coal Valley, where inter
ment took place.
Mrs. Stephen Jones has returned
home from Coal Valley, where she
had been visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Moiers.
Mrs. John Neave received word
of the death of her grandmother,
Mrs. Humes, who died last Thoreday
at St. Petersburg, Ohio.
Thomas Hughes, who has been
working for the Coal Valley Minir g
company, has resigned, and will re
turn to Harvey, where his parents
Mrs. Krapp. of Coal Valley, was
here after her brother, Charles Mil
ler, to attend the weddiog of her
son, John Krapp, to Miss Tillie
There was a surprise on the boys
of Henry Hughes, Thomas and Wil
lie, by their schoolmates. They in
tend to move back to Colfax with
The village election was as follows:
President, Robert Davison; trustees,
D. E. Evans, J. F. Jones,
Richard Davis, James Haddick,
James Shannon, Gus Jacobson; police
magistrate, T. L. Vernon; village
clerk, Hargraves Haddick.
Old Ton Ever Try
try Electric Bitters as a remedy for
your troubles? If not, get a bottle
now and get relief. This medicine
has been found to be particularly
adapted to the relief and cure of all
Female Comnlaints. exertinir a wnn.
derful direct influence in giving
strengtn ana tone to the organs. If
you have loss of appetite, constipa
tion, headache, fainting spells or are
nervous, sleepless, excitable, melan
choly or troubled with dizzy spells,
Electric Bitters is the medicine you
need. Health and strength are guar
anteed by its use. Large bottles
only 50c at Uartz & Ullemver'a
Bucklen'a Antes Salve.
The best Salve in the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands. Chilblains. Corns, and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Files, or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction or
money refunded. , Price 25 cents per
box. For sale by Hartz & UUemeyer.
A Word to 1-hyalelana.
Do yon know that many broad
physicians are using Foley's Honey
and Tar Cough Syrup in their prac- J
tice? Thev hava fnnnrl no rflm nri w
that gave as satisfactory results for '
all throat and lung complaints as
mis great cougn meaiciae. sola by
M. F. Bahnsen.
When bilious or mativa Mat a Paa
caret, candy cathartic, cure guar an-'
teed, 10 oents, 25 cents.
LYNCH 13 TO PLAY BALL.
Ha Signs With the Nashville; Tessa ta the
Paddy Lynch has determined to
play ball this season, after all. He
has signed with the Nashville team
in the central league. He will cover
the second bag. Paddy had arrived
at the conclusion long ere the dawn
of spring to let this season go by
without swinging the hickory, nut
as the flowers began to bud and the
birds began to warble, his thoughts
were carried back to the happy hours
he had passed upon the diamond;
letters came from old comrades tell
ing of their engagements; managers
ought his services, and the fascina
tion which seems to be the fate of
all base ball players overcome his
former resolution, and he submitted.
Paddy has received transportation
for his new field of duty, for which
he departs in a few days. Paddy is
not only an excellent player, but a
faithful one. He won a warm spot
in the hearts of all admirers of the
game during his connection with the
bock island team in 1894, and the
best wishes of all his friends here go
with him for a successful engage
ment in the south.
The Dabuque base ball team, of
which Joe Cantilion is manager,
came in from Cedar Rapids today
and went to Peoria, where a game is
to be played with the Western asso
ciation club of that city. The team
came in on the Kock Island No. 20
passenger, which did not arrive here
until 8:40. The Peoria train, which
is due to leave at 8, waited for the
ball players, or they would not have
crossea bats in distillery town today
A PARTY BY THE LADIES.
Eatartalnment and Uaneaat tha IndnatrbU
Tri-City auxiliary to Tri-City
lodge, 388, International Association
ol Machinists, gave a delightful en
tertainment and dancing party at
the Industrial Home last evening.
Fully one hundred couples of Rock
leiana, Davenport and Mohne folks
were present, and the affair was a
tine success in every respect. Gar
den's orchestra provided music, and
preceding the dancing a program was
carried ont. It consisted of selec
tions by the orchestra, vocal nam
bers by the H. O. quartet, Miss Edith
Waayie ana Miss Bessie Churchill
piano solos by Miss Ray and Miss
Nellie Churchill; violin solo by Mis
Bessie Churchill and an instrumental
duet by Miss Wright and Miss Ray.
The arrangement of the party was
an in tne hands ol the ladies, who
added new laurels to their reputa
tion as entertainers. At midnight
inncn was served.
Will Rapamt the Bervlee. .
Next Sundav the famnna anrvirA nf
Gormod's Me-se Solonelle that was
given at Grace Cathedral. Davennnrt
Easter Sundav. will be reneated npt
ounuay witn mil cnorus o( 4 ) voices,
and rrof. Otto's entire nrih(itr anrl
the great organ. The service is to be
repeated by special request of tri-
Threatens every man. woman or child livinc in
a region of country where fever and agne is prev
alent, since t lie Kertna of malarial disease are
inhaled from the air and are swallowed from the
water or such a region. Medical tafeguard is
absolutely necessary to nnlilfy this danger. As
a means of fori if vice and acMimatint. the svatr-m
so as to be able to resist tbe malarial poison,
Hotetter's Stomach Bitters is incomparably tt e
best and the most pjpalar. IrreBnlaritics of the
stomach, liver aid howpla
bnt these are speedily rectified by the Bitters.
i ae lunciions or digestion and secretion are as
s'sted by Its nse, and a vigorons as well as rega
in condition of the system promoted by it. Con
stitution and physique are thus defended against
the inroads of malaria by this matchless pre
ventive, which is a'so a certain and thorough
remedy In the worst cases of intermittent and
BUSETIfGOF THE TURNER SOCIETIES
St. Lonla, Mo., Hay 4 10, 1 for the Round
The Chicago, Peoria & St. Louis
R. R. has been selected as the of
ficial route, offering the best facili
ties, Peoria to St. Louis and return.
Four trains daily.
The extreme low rate of 11 for the
round trip for this occasion.
Special trains will leave Peoria
Wednesday, May 5, and Saturday,
May 8, at 11:30 p. m., consisting of
free reclining chair cars, elegant day
coaches and vestibule sleeping cars".
Dates of sale. May 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8,
good for return trip up to and in
cluding May 10.
Tickets good on all regular as well
as special trains.
No change of cars via this route.
W. J. McLean,
Gen. Pass, and Ticket Agent.
Working- Woman's Bom Association.
21 South Peoria street, Chicago,
111., Jan. 11, 1896.
Our Working Woman' a Rnm asso
ciation used Foley's Honey and Tar
six years airo. and era ni!r ;t in.
day. It has always been a favorite,
uiid no taste is not at an un
pleasant its effects are very bene
ficial. It has
us. Wishingyou all possible success.
etuicicij yours, Laura ti. nxen,
business manager. Sold by M. F.
Mahcr and Sharkey to FIBht.
New York. April 27. The managers
of Peter Maher and Tom Sharkey yes
terday met the representatives of a
sporting club, as yet unnamed, and ac
cepted a pmiyisition fl)r a fiht itween
the principals for a 119,000 purse, to take
place in this vicinity between May 25
and June 10 next.
it is understood that the govern
ments of Chile and Brazil have entered
Into an alliance with a view of guaran
teeing the maintenance eC peace In
IT COMES LIKE A CIRCUS.
en Twaae'e Cabta" Coaapaay ha
Salter & Martin's blir T7nnl Tom'a
Cabin" company arrived thia morn
ing, coming with two special can. and
has paraphernalia equal to a small
cirous, including chariots, donkeys,
blood hounds, together with special
scenery', etc. The company prom
ises a genuine old time production of
the dramatization of the immortal
work of Harriet Beecher Stowe, at
Harper's theatre tonight, without at
tempt at double characters, but giv
ing the performance as near to the
lines of the book aa it is possible.
The company does not claim to
have the original Little Eva or the
only Uncle Tom, bnt it promises a
first class impersonation of all char
acters, including Marks, Topsy and
Miss Ophelia, the latter three of
whom, in their respective roles, will
provide enough fan to counterbal
ance the sad phases of the story as
told on the etsge.
The company gave a fine street
parade at noon, including two bands
of music, together with Amazonian
drum and bagle corps, etc.
T. F. English who has been in
charge of the Harper house buffet
since it was opened gives up his
position the first of the month, and
win return to his home at Boston.
Tommy, as he is popularly known,
has bien a resident of Rock Island
the past few years and has won
many friends who, while regretting
his departure, will wish him every
success in life hereafter. By pro
fession Tom is a Taespian, and it is
a yearning for his first love that has
induced him to make the change.
He has been connected with some of
the best dramatic organizations in
his time and his admirers hope to
again see him before the footlights.
William Hartnady, of Tiskilwa, will
succeed to Mr. English's position at
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Pill care Khumtlf7n, NenraWia, GtW7fcriKbt'liB
wse. Uiancrw; Itrorwy, tlezm. AnmU. Fains in Ab
iomea, Uiickuche, Kidney W mkneM, ana all In flam,
(nation of th Kidnaya. Phy triune and drnmriata re-oomiuen-l
them. &h:. a box. jVtimoniMl from thoa
tanas, homis HElHtY rn.. run mo ami &AK rEAAfttaiu.
fow ih rorit pa. HoBiw ionia
lavivit Fului act pruniati. bat Uon't grip.
rr . Hohha Pills For Rule In ROOK ISLAND hy
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Is in finding exactly what yon
want and at a price yon want
to pay. All of that pleasure is
here and more. We add to it,
polite clerks, prompt service,
and quick delivery. Can you
afford to pass tbe opportunity
by, to bny standard goods at
the prices quoted for this week
The Model Grocery
PRIDE OF THE FAIR
Flour, Minnesota patent, M no
per sack Q I .UO
IMPERIAL FlXirR. FCTX. f 09
patent, per sack lUO
per package OB
XXXX COFFEE, 0.
per package la-w
MOCHA AND JAVA COF- 1 nfl
fee, 5 pounds for I.UW
BEST VINEiJAR, DOUBLE 14.
strength, per gallon IA.C
TWO POUNDS PETTI- C
John's Breakfast food.... C
CHOICE SOCR PICKLES, Of-
per gallon 16
3P3UND1 CAN GRATED C
Pineapples, per can "C
SPOCND CAN CALIFOR-
nia Apricots, per can IUC
DUNHAM'S SHREDDED 17.
cocoanut, per pound I ' 6
BEST RYE MEAL, IfLB qCa
sack, for ewC
FULL CREAM SWISS
Cheese, per pound.. ITB
STAR TOBACCO. PER Gi
10c BOTTLE ROYAL SHOE Dn
dressier j? OC
GOOD SMOKING TOBAC- 1f
co. per pound IDC
LARfJE FANCY LEMONS, Ifln
per dozen IUC
CALIFORNIA PRUNES, AA
per pound rB
BEST BEAN PORK, K
per pound OC
BEST DAIRY BUTTER, IE-
per lb IOC
SPECIAL MAY BROS.'
best Bower or garden
seeds, all varieties, at So OC
per pkir, or lu for A96
FANCY HONEY DRIP SO-
Syrup, per gul 19 C
BEST AMANA SAUER- IC-
kraut, per gal.. laJG
LARGE FANCY HERRING. 7A
per dor lib
FULL CREAM LIMBURGER 1ft
Cheese, per lb IUC
THE EMERSON CO.
Phone S34 Davenport
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103, 105 and 107 East
PIKES - POLISH
At WRIGHT & BARBER'S you can get your
black shoes shlned free of charge. Drop in and
have them polished.
The Newest and Noblest line of
1704 Second Ave.
Why Wear a
Our S3 Derby Is a
-Averyrarge class ot intelligent and right-thinking
people throughout the world are ready to testify
to the nutritive properties of V.At.rr.a "Iakf &
Company's Breakfast Cocoa. The food value of this
article has so long been known to physicians and the
public that it has become in a great many homes a
staple article of the dietary, not only for invalids, but
for persons in health as well."
Consumers should ask for, and be sure that
they get, the genuine Walter Baker & Co.s goods,
made at Dorchester, Mass.
WALTER BAKER & CO., Ltd.. Dorchester, Mass.
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IIP IS IT (2
Second Street, DAVENPORT.
When you can get a good
stylish hat, and one that
becomes you, and one
that we guarantee In
every respect, for a very
moderate price; The
largest assortment In the
city to select from.
What Is Home
without' prettily papered
walls and pretty furnish
ings? It only takes a little
money to. go a long way at
the price we are sow sell
ing. We have the very best
paper hanger ' and onr
rtees are as low as the
a;3 ra K'j cj.
'810, Sit. S14 Twamtisth St.