Newspaper Page Text
Rock Island Daily Argus.
all" the 1
Largest and Best Pa
por In the Three Cities.
VOL. XXXVII. NO; 293
KOCK ISLAND, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 12, ISS9.
Array of H
Tkoirfiout I if
Every department radiant with bright, new, seasonable and attractive goods. Fashion's latestdictatioiis prevail everywhere and show us prje
do the business of the city in the matter of style, assortment and price. We are ready and in earnest. Our stock doubles any of our former qL
enables us to sell goods at the closest imaginable manrin. It will nay you to look us through. "You certainly have the handsomest Garmenfe
Money on either side of the river!"
Tljis is merely a sample of the remarks which we hear every day in our
Of Course we are Pleased; Who Wouldn't Be?
luvt: frit certain of it since the Ix imun
nt the season, but compliments like thee coming
mink an.l fast make assurance douMr sure .
There's a wonderful difference In twi-n selling
. in ap things and selling things cheap. It is a little
..nfiisin some times to distinguish the ilittereiue.
It takes keen eyes and ood jiulmrnt if you
rely upon yourself. It takes confidence in the
merchant if you rely upon him. If you want
icap joods there are plenty of places to find
If you want n TiaUe oods cheap you can't
tmd more abundant illustrations of them than in our
The best way to find out what we are doing
and what you can do, is to come and see for your
selves. There isn't much satisfaction in naming
prices. They really have no sgnificance apart
from the good themselves. Ve have
at $17.50, $18.50, $20, .$22.50, $23, all the way up to
Nothing remarkable about the prices, is there?
Get your hands and eyes on the garments that
these prices represent, and you'll change jour
You can't find their equal at these prices in
the three cities, and remember this, the garments
are selling at these prices are fully up to those sold
last year at 25 per cent more. We have
at $10 and at different prices up to $30. We fear
not to hold them up against the world.
Our goods speak volumes, more than we can
tell you in these columns. We will give you an
idea of what we are doing in
We have a handsome beaver new-market, tailor
made very stylish all colors at $10.00. We have
the same in finer quality cloth, loose fronts, at $11.
We have an elegant newmarket, made in Direc
toire style, correct in every way, at $15.00. We
have them finer, and we have varieties of different
styles, we merely mention these as a guide. Some
thing you ought to see in our English Walking
Coats in Heaver and Fine Diagonal.
They are positively the prettiest garments for
dress yet institucd by leaders of fashion. Our
glows with the healthy flush of youth. It feels
proud at the departure from the staid styles of
former years and greets its patrons with z.''
new and beautiful for young ladies of I4 '
-.' ' ; " -- v-
Without doubt the grandest C0C
correct styles and lowest prices ever' shovvrito
w hich this year w ill be found on the, grt i
provides for children from 4 toyeait
shows hundreds of garments calulaied A
the little ones from the cold blasts of win! y;
They are of graceful cut, of durtfclY
handsome patterns, childish pretty fini, an
M. ARNOLD. 129 W. Second st., 1 25, 1 27 Main .si., Davenpe
I HAVK. KOK 8AI.K-
1 7 LOTS
at the lit-a f J-VveTitet-nth street, which 1 ill Mil mi
terms to unit purchasers.
Monthly Payments Accepted if Desired.
T!i"e lots are In a bentiti ul, healthy locality, ami an
100 Per Cent Cheaper
than any lots now offered for sale.
tpflVrHons ran buy these Lois and improve tln-m as
il as they can pay rent. Ajply to
Corner Eighteenth street and Second avenue.
THE MOLINE WAGON.
The Moline Wagon Co.,
lMla Naraayarilla purlflrs the f lood.
Iiilld U i ak and d IillllaK U systolns,
glvM Btn-nth tit weakened
H OOd'8 m-rver ovrrcDiues tliat tired
fprllng, Umrs the digeMlve
STSflpS orKarm. Invlguratea and reg
ri I la the kidneys uid llrer.
exe) disease, and gtre
Mc.1r.1im heallh. Yming
.eu.le day: ' It Is the lt Makes
tiii'ilii'ine we ever tmk."
Ohl people iay: " It make tnO Weak
us feel young again." Ho g .
g'Hl a mrdlcliie may well Oi'Ong
he e.ilird "the tnie Kllxlr of Mfe."
lt4' Aaraaparilla Is auld ly all drug
Ki-ls. l;sixfor$A. Ireared by C. I. Hood
C'o Apothecaries Lowell. XIaM.
lanulacturers ol FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAGONS
toil and complete 11a of PLATFORM and ether tiring Warnna. eTclllT adnpteil to tha
Weatra trade, of snpertor WfrlimaDhp ami floiph IMatraied Price Li.t freaoa
aptillcailou. bee tha MllU.Mt WAI.KN ln (orc purcbaaing.
ONLY S2.00 A. DOZEN.
Photos on a Toboggan Slide.
AT THE VIENNA PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO,
and bar. aom of the lateat aoreltle. of tha .aaion.
HAKELIEK, Proprietor and Artist.
Ho. 1722, Second are., Gayford'a old studio, over McCabe's.
, - J "oJ. brtng been leaned to
: Call and mkk. H ' I' ' -
. V T """"" the Mullati Pne l.aattreM Rail
. , - - v lUe IMeWb'aiioTaied aud icfiirniMd ...nJit m be .
- ' Bpatial niaa wctr lmm.. .
Be and Twcnijr-?ra .trwetTTodk lnd.
THE rvCLINE SAVINGS BANK
(Charted by tha Lgialatare of IlllDote.)
MOLINE. - ILLS.
Open daily Iran II M.tolf. M., and oaToaa-
umjt ana oawrjar a.rrnioaa iroia i w
Interest allowed on DepoMti at tha rU
of per Cent, por Annum.
Deposit" received in amounts of
f l ana upwards.
SKCCR1TT AND ADYANTAOM.
Tha prlTata property Of tha Trneteae la raanoa
Ihie to tha depositor. Tha nfllcera are prohlbt
ted from bnrrnwtua; any of Ita monera. Mhaatt
and awilad woukb protected by aaaolal law.
Oretoaa: a. w. Viifutoi. Fraeldaoti es
na Muin, Vice PreeuKnt; C W. Haaaawax,
TaosTaaa: 8. W. Wnealoek. Porter f klnner.
C r. Donrnway, J. Sllaa Leaa, Q. H. Edward,
Biritn Iiarllng. A. H Wrltfhl, 1. 8. Et-alur, U
at. iiinenway. i;. viutunm.
lAfThe only chartered aaflnga Bank la Koca
1 a ap
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS. 1878.
W. BAKER & CO.'S
Jm mhmoiwlrl ft mrrw and
i ta aoiaaie.
d km iu pnyutrtiOB. ti Km
wi Mm Mr M- tha ttrmfth cl
Cora aufaud with HUrrh, Amvroot
of Huirv. an4 U Ihcrvfor imr nm
contMnieal. 9mtf0 Um tMmn mmm mm
CtafX J m atrltCtOUS, IKttjrifttlalwf ,
tttrnftkctxin. Laiult IHuutiu,
antl atmirmW adapted for invalid
a tl aa lor (M-rtoai im tMaJU..
Mold by Ororfii rvrryw herav
W.BAKEB & CO. Dorchester, Mau
ISIf D ha riven unlve..
sal aatlafartkin In th.
enre of Uonorrhfra and
Uleet. I prescribe II and
feel aaie In teenrnmenu.
Ilia It to all anfferera. .
a. j. KTottR. n.n
FC.1 f.:i'J C"!!!
I frfJTT't r10BTarFAn.IW6 -ri;
"1 Oeneral and JTEBVOVt Lamnft
wr arrarsar aaeaMaaia UMWf Xaaaa.
lokto KHoiin Ml. a i. t to abnT3
kiil at U.,h.iaU,a..
I'lie M.-rrt tt l.ifv.
Httrou wyy "li"'rn if the (Mining on of
years, anil think n.it to .lo the aiii things
till, fur ai- will n a In-.Irliivl." Half tlie
wret .if lite, w e ate rutviuclisl, ls tn knw
r..-.-i e a iv lirowii .il.l. iin.l it istholmlf
mi-t Imr ily lMrne.l. It u- mure har-lly
-ui'nt-u iiinrrtu'er, in the mattiT of exeri'i.-
thiin iu ni4 matter of di't
There is nnailvico mniiiiinniiiT prtu to
tlio ailing man of mi. I. Ik' a- as Ui- a.lvice to
tuke HMre exercise, uu.l tlii-ro i erhH none
hi.'li h'.-t'l?. him int v imii.y pitfiili.. Thia
la .-irtii'iil.ir!y tlie rn.v? with the hrain work
ers. TIih man who lalhirri his hrain must
sare his Uitlv Ixcann.it hurit the rantlle
at Uith en-Is, unil Ihe atti'inpt to dn so wtll
ajiuost uit'v it.iiily ru!l in l'i ln;htiii; it in
the niijdte Irnut; the ate of tissue will
lie so (Treat that he will tie temjited to roiair
it bv tlie uee of a too gonernua diet.
leant for tliMnwelves that the seiwof physical
exaltation, the glow of exuberant health
which eomes from a body ntninc to its full
powers by rontinuoiis uu.l eernre eTerdse la
not favoraMe to stu.ly. The uxereiso urh
men need is the exercise that rests, not that
which tire. They neo.1 t wash their brain,
with the ln-sh air of heaven, to bring into
gentle play the iniwlis. that haye lieeo lying
iilie while the head worked.
Nor w it only to tlnn class of labnriug hu
manity that the advice to take exercise need,
reservations. The time of violent delight
soon pa-sees, an.l the effort to protract it lie
yond its natural span is as daneriais as it i.
riiliculoiit Some men, through nature or
the accident of fortune, will of course be able
to keep touch of it longer than others; hut
when owe the touch hus Iwn lost the strug
gle to retraiu it can in 1.1 but sorrow to the U
Imit. Of this our doctor makes a cardinal
point; but pertinent as his warning may lw
to the old. for w horn indeed be has prituarily
componndisl his elixir vitie, it la yet more
!! tini'nt to men of middle ne, and proba
lly it is more in-cessary. It is iu the latter
period that most of the mischief is done. The
old are commonly resigned to their lot; but
few men will consent without a strutple to
own that they are uo l.iger young. Mac
This is what you tmght to bsvc.in fact.
you must hive it, to fully entoy nio
Thousands are tarrbing for it tlhily. anil
mourning because they tind n not. Thou
nda noon thousands of dollars are
pent annually by our people in the hope
that they tnay attain this boon. And vet
it may be bad by all. We guarantee that
Electric. Bitters, if used accorrlinir to di
rerlions and the use persisted in, will
brini? ynu gooj digestion and oust the
demon (HstiepMa and install Instead eu-
pepsy. We recommend Electric Bilters
for dyspepsia and all diseases of liver,
stomach and kidneys. Mold at 50 cents
and f 1 per bottle, by Hartz i Bahnsen,
A PCHAP or PAPER SAVES BKR 1.1 PK.
i ast an ordinary scrap of wrap
1 -a t;rA gi,.
h nn V,. rw Hi I 'Hi ' uv
was in the last stages of ennsu
told by physicians that she was incurable
and could live only a short time; she
weighed less than seventy pounds. On a
piece of wrapping paper she read of Dr
King's New Discovery, and got sample
bottle; it helped her, she bought a large
bottle, it helped her more, bought an
other and grew better last, continued its
use and is now strong, healihy, rosy,
plump, weighing 140 pounds For fur
ther particulars send stamp to W. H.
Cole, druggist. Fort Smith. Trial hot
ties of this wonderful discovery free at
Hartz & Bahnsen's drug store.
The Poorer Classes in ferula.
Touching the houses of the people and their
hnufa'hold properties, 1 oni-e spent a night in
the house of a trooier of tlie shall. His oy
whs 10 a year, with rations when on duty.
He gave me an excellent dinner in au upper
chamber, which was carpeted, and in the
niches of the false windows of which rose
leaves were piled up fur fragrance. 1 do not
niean that the carjiet was other than the
cheapest, or that the atmosphere was all of
roae leaves, but an English groom gets 12 a
year, more or less, and I doubt if he indulges
in carj ets and Doners. A few cooking nten
sils, a braas tray or two, skins in which curds
are made and kept, a loom, a sheet of leather
which serves for the floor (table) cloth these
are the articles that furnish the ordinary
dwelling. If the householder be a very poor
man he will eat his meat off big flaps of nn
leaveued broad, and will eat, too, that which
serves him for a table cloth aud is also the
bread which we And on our table cloths. You
break off a bit of bread and dip your hand in
the dish wherein are cards at any rate, and
possibly on feast days kid or fowl. Nine
Now that Wellesley is the subjart, another
story or two, told by the college paper, may
be in order. A studeut says she overheard
this dialogue commencement dayt
First Visitor What a wonderfully beauti
ful place this la!
fiecoud Visitor Vest But what a homely
ast of girls L
Another visitor evidently reached a differ
ent conclusion, for one of the students showed
ber about the college, but the lady, instead
jt paying attention to what was said, gased
at the student until the young woman asked
i there was anything mora she could do for
mt. "Tea," mid the lady; " would yon mind
etting me know how it is yon have remained
i ingle so long!" Boston Transcript. -
Belles at Ancient Times.
Mr. i. M. Caldwell, of Walton xxintT,"feaL,
a a -Bible printed eighty years before Co
nn Due iiBjcovered Anjerm, yc!!nwad mU
re; a large solid mahogany folding tet'
ad bedstead and set of silver teaspooaa, ,
! which bars been in tis family ovar U
ar; a lamp 134 yean old, rth the cfaiav
ij aavds with tbs bru-ner and intended as a
rd lamp; pair of aodiroos 150 years old, and
praam la Jar about two eenturMa st age.
aieago Tribunav T ' - ' - j
BCCKI.KN 8 ARNICA SALTS
The best salve in the world for cats,
bruises, gores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale bv Hartz & Bahnsen.
Twenty-two pumpkins growing on one
vine, and nearly all of tbem as large as a
half-bushel measure, was a sight lately
seen on a farm in Cherokee county,
A Great Bnrprtse
Is in store for all who use Kemp's
Balsam for the Throat and Lungs, the
great guaranteed remedy. Would you
believe that it is sold on its
merits, and that any druggist is
authorized by the proprietor of this
wonderful remedy to give you a
sample bottle freeT It never fails to
cure acnte or chronic coughs. All
druggists sell Kemp's Balsam. Large
bottle 50 cents and (1.
A Willows, (Cal ) farmer on the 22d
of Jane planted bis second crop of corn
from seed frown this year.
The famous German regiment, known
the Black Brunswickers, are about to
exchange tbeir time honored uniform
for the Prussian pattern.
In the pursuit of the gooa things of
his 'world we anticipate too much; we
eat out the heart and sweetness of world
ly pleasures by delightful forethought of
tbem. The results obtained from the use
of Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic far exceed
all claims. It cures dyspepsia, and all
stomach, liver, kidney and bladder
troubles. It la a perfect tonic, appetizer, I
Ul 1 !A M 1 1
uiouu puriucr, a sure cure iur ague ana
malarial diseases. Price, 60 cents, of
The Instinct of oppression is in all' of
ut. Even tbe meekest sewing womttn,
when ber prices are knocked down, res
venges herself by felling her seams. '
Who of ui ate wnaout trouble be tbey
mall or large? The blessing of health
are beat appreciated whea we are sich
r-il l ria. hr-' lux oour. eevnrk
c-'.ift tc:.cT CetM are
r:i t .oc;j tU Uwee day be
v ir 1 anently cured by Dr.
. a irate. Bafe and pleasant for
.ctt. rnes wi pent. -
A standard medical remedy. " Pond's
Extract. It cures paia. Injurlaa. bleed
ing of all kinda. Sold oolv in . bottles
wa buff mppe. -
OTICK TO CONTRACTORS.
flTT OP RrCK InLAKD, RfH'K 1 SLANT Coi'NTT, (
!T TE OF ll.L'.VntK. ,
Scaled propotiaN will he received at the City
Clerk' office of ,id city, ntitil MondftT the 4th
day of Novemher. A. U. IWJ. ut Ao'rlK'k p m. for
conMructinsr the improvement oniered by an or
dutHnce of mii citv. which w Adopted Ocubr
7. S. and i entitled "An ordinance for the im
provement of Kichteenth street from the north
line of KirM UTenue to the north lineof Third ave
nue and for the levying of a special tax therefor.'
and for furnishing the mate rials and doing the
ork according 10 the plant; and m-wifirations
therefor. The Hftid improremeut ordered by natd
ordinance conifla of enrhing with cnrbhtonen,
excavatintr, gralini!. improving and paving with
mivinir bric k of good qua lty, two block of streets
in rmid title of faid ordinance pet out.
The aaid improvement munt be contracted,
and the mHU'riiiic therefor furnished mul be in
accordance with the plan and fpeciflcmiiotis for
n id improvement on Ale in the said city cork a
office, at which wtni ofti. e. aaid plan- and ppecitl
caiion are oHkn to tlie inspection of all perponn
latere!1 ted therein, i oiitraclora are to furnish
nmplM of brick with whicwork if to be done
Brick otted In tbe work mont cTTrunJwnh
K...,..l. aa 1. nnallta m.A ati.L A I ata""" ' raTafaaTaa.
of mm wj iLj . i t be order of
UVf city treafBtwr u aia ciiy. whieti shall be
tt me forfeited to fa'd city in cue tba bidder akall
Oil to enter into cot tract, with approved earetiea,
to exeenfe the work for the price mentioned in his
bid, and according the plane and fperitlrfimi.
in the eet.i that the cotit. act should be awarded
to him. Blank hid 'Till be furnished on applica
cation at the city rrt-rii't office. Ail bidden and
other pTftotit) may attend at the opening of said
bid. The r it: In to reject any and all bid or
proposals receded herbT expressly reserved.
KOBKKT KOKHLKK. t ity Clerk.
Dated this loth day of iK'tober,
THE TRAVELERS KOBE.
Ciiicagi, rkk island a pacific kail-way-Iepot
corner Firth arenoe and Thirty-fir-t
street, J. K Cook, agent.
l ouncil Bluff A Minuepo- (
ta lay Express f
Kansas City Day Express.
Conncil Blufls & Miuneso- 1
ta Express f
Council Blnffs Omaha 1
Limited Vestibule Ex..
Fansas City Limited... ....
Denver Vestibule Express . .
4:40 am 15:45 am
IS:M) am 11 90 pm
3 8 pm. 14:05 pm
8:S?1 pm S:!! m
10 06 pm 4:M am
tilling wrfi. tloing east. Daily.
BTKL1SRTON Ri flK-C, B. A BA1L
m aT Dt'twt First avenne and Sixl.enlh t.,
M J. Yodi g, agent.
Hu Lanif Kiprras..
8t. Loutf. Kxrfsp..
St. Panl Kxpreas...
S., raut fcxprei'a.
j v rretgnt (Hteriuu;)
-i,; "T P
ptMICAGO. MILWAVKKK Jt0TTS.A 1 r-
v wst Kscina SonthweetrrirUiviaion De
pot Twer tieth alraet briirm First and tweoud
""im. a. u. w . Holmes, agent.
! ? U.ml I "1 f
b:s pmi timoam i a .ar
9 :(XI aail 1 :S0 pm I Wt
11:80 pm S:40am aK3
. Brim ami a:ao pm i ipi
AND DEALER I
Wrought ! st Jkonii
; 8:00 pm
Man auu a.xpre
Su Paul Bxpr-m
(. Arcon modati n .
" fm mwlalion.
11 50 am
ROK INLAND PEORIA RAILWAY-DK
pm Firsi STfuue and Twentieth street.
Fast Expr. ss.
Mail ami Express
"AST M ML TRAIN with Vestlanled trains he.
tween Chicago, Milwaukee, 1 aoiaad ktinss
rRA3-OONTINNTAL ROtTB betwem Chl
cagn. Council B.nilf, Umaha and tea t'sclaa
fiKEAT NATIONAL FOFTB between Chtcasa
Kansas City and Su Joseph. Mo.
J700 MII.KS OF ROAD reactalnv all principal
ioinu in Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa,
lissonrt and Dakota.
I'ormapa. tima tablea, rates of psseairs R
raijrlit, etc., apply to tho reare-t station agent
of tha Chicago. Milwaukee A St. Panl Railway, o
to any railroad aceut any where in the world.
ROSWELL WfLLKE, A. V. H. CARPHNTIR,
General Manager. Gen 'I Pass. A T. AgV.
9W Pn. ItifnraiaMnn In Mf.fimM In Twita M.a
Towns ownej hy by tha Chicago Milwaukee A
M Paul Hailway Company, write to H. Q. Han
(on. Land oommlssloner Mllwaakee. Wlseonsia,
V III am
4 (10 pm
1 DO pm
MOST DIRECT ROUTE TO THE
-East and South East.:
3 'J7 pm
4 . pm
4 &7 pm
5 55 pm
7. an am
1 45 am
e on am
7 10 am
8 SO am
10 X am
11 45 am
3 55 pm
7 85 pm
1 20 am
10 15 pm
ItR, lal dar
ar . . Orion . . lv
St. Louis. Mo
1 .80 pm
IS 48 pm
12 85 par
i .34 am
iu M am
10 mi m
J 65 am
7 55 pm
1 10.43 pm
v uo pm
11 15 pm
a sfn pm
5 17 pm
4 67 pm
9 in nm
1 15 pm
a an .in
6 15 am
Paasenirer traina aiaia,. .nli t
depot Peoria. ,
Accommoaaikn train tesTea Rock Island 6:45
P. m. arrive PaaHb o ba. t e.-4.
? :l& p. m. arriTei at Kock IsUnd 1:06 a. m.
St. Mary's School
couitwetaii by taaoTewsajrha founded U. Maw
noIa?dnra',,lf" W Kta 5
Tha RV.4i LimiWWir 0 ,"
o-. " ' ' Rector a. att.
" J prmiaM to tbe adUor ,. j
6 8y pm
Vi 00 am
o- I lAccom,
atally R. Isl'd art 8.06 am
amiarfiey'lds lrl 7.10 am
am ar .Cabl.i.. 80am
8 .U0 pm
11 50 pm
Chair ear on Past Ixprcs betweaa Bock Islsnd
anJ Peon ta botbrallreetions
H. fct. 8UDUIW, k. 8TOCKHOCSE.
. Superintendent. Oen'l Tkt. Agent.
B;A8 FTTS0HA8SD TH
and baa remored to
Are., and Tenth Bt...
.v ROCK ISLAND,
by hJ-V piiricoor And u mufttt
enstc' " .:mm.-u w vug
se, Packing, Sewer?
oteam and lias I
rwBest work At fair prices. .
Office and shop 219 18th 8l
HAS. W. TERBURY. Manager. T) 1, T'
W. B. BAR
has purchased the wkix-
W AGNER GRp
iuunu Ave. auu lentil
and hopes to retain the custom of his v
He wUl make a great effort to perpetuate the good
Old Established Grace
that it haa always enjoyed by dealing only in tba I
AT TDK LOWEST PRICES.
Successor to A damson & RuicW
.1. .. triVyf a nTTTr
Shop Nineteenth St., bet. First and Seco i.'.r,v;
: V Rock Isli
General Jobbing and Repairing promptly dorf l"
t"8econd Hand Machinery bought, sold a; It;-'
iVew Street Q
GEO. E. BBOWIC
(Successot to Danquard A Browjner) ;
Groceries and Prov:
He solicit a share of the trade and will mafci
aa the loVest- Telephone connections. - v . r , .
GIVE THE NEW STORE A TILT