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THE ARGUS. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 2(5. 1891.
B. D. Buford 13 6eriomly ill.
Bs sure and attend tbe Industrial fair
' Go with tbe crowd to tbe InduEirial fair
Buy the White sewing machine at Ben
nett's elove store.
Tbe White sewing machine is tie best.
Bennett tbe glove man sells it.
All kinds of sewing machines aid sup
plies, at Bennett's glove store.
Mrs. Frank Horn, 8r , returned to her
home in Kalamazoo, Mich , this morning.
Only three nights more of the fair. If
you have not seen it you have missed a
Prof. John Bleuer is again able to be
out after a long siege of illnesa with
Fred Hass has been confined to bis
house the past week with a severe at"
tack of the quinsy.
D. T. Robinson and wife left for New
Orleans last evening, their intention being
to make an extended southern tour and
return home by way of New York.
Commissioner Jackson has a notice to
teamsters elsewhere to which their at
tention is called. Idle teamsters can
now do the city much good if tney are so
JohnZ. Fuhr, of EJgington, was in
the city today. He has purchased tbe
hihlred stallion. Major, formeily own
ed by John Alorecht, and will keep him
on bis farm in EJington.
The ladies of the Central Presbyterian
church will give a supper and scciable
at the residence of Henry Carse, on
Fourth avenue Friday evening, Feb. 27.
All are cordially invited to attend.
Geo. W. D. Harris has sold to Mis s
Kate Byrnes, No. 2017 Fifth avenue, a
small house and lot for $600, also Dr.
Magill's store on Eighteenth street now
occupied by Wm. Don, for f 1500.
Wm. McGuinn, a blacksmith in the
plow shops, bad the misfortune to have
his foot badly crushed by a hevy plow
share fall.ng on it yesterday afternoon.
The injuries are painful but not serious
The young people of the Broalway
Presbyterian church will have a recep
tion from 4 to 10 o'clock p. m. tomorrow
at tbe home of Dr. and Mrs. A. H.
McCandless, 709 Twenty-third street.
All are cordially invited.
Jcs?phine, the one year o'.d daughter
daughter of Heury Iledia and wife,
died Tuesday morning at the family home
in Watertown. of pneumonia. She is the
last of three daughters of Mr. and Mrs.
Hedin. The fuaera'. takes place at 10 a.
The funeral of Mrs. Anna Bemsteine
occurred from her late residence on
Twenty-second street on Tuesday after
noon at 4 o'clock with tbe sacred rites of
the Hebrew church, Rabbi Freuder offl
ciatinsr. The interment waB made i.i the
Jewish burying ground at Pine Hill cem
Chief Clerk Wlllerton. of the Harper,
has received a letter from the mother su
perior of the convent of the Gaod Siep-
herd at Carthase, O.. announcing the
death there from pneumonia, Dec. IX of
Mrs. Josephine Lutz, former house
keeper at the Harper, and a lady greatly
beloyed by all who knew ber.
T he government engineers who have
charge ot tne Mississippi river improve
ments met in Quincy the other day to
consider the opening of a canal connect
ing the river with Qaincy bay. They
recommend congress to appropriate
abeut $80,000 for tho building of this
canal, which will be 100 feet wide at the
top. The canal will be navigable at all
seasons of the year. This will make
Qaincy bay the beBt harbor between St
Louis and St. Paul.
Mrs. Lucinda Balzmann died at her home
at 318 Thirteenth street at 1:30 o clock
this afternoon, aged 58 years. She had
been a resident of the city a number of
years and was a kind and allec-
t'onate woman and will be
sadly missed by a liirge
circle of friends. She leaves six children,
three sons and three daughters, Louis H
Salzmann, Gust H. Salzxann, Wm. F
Salzmann, Mrs. M. Meyers, Mrs. Luan
da Itaisch and Mrs. Emma Stremmel, all
of thiscitv. She also raised Mrs. Courad
Schneider from a little girl.
John MrOrath and Geo. Lambeit en
tered Ranson's Baloon on Market square
at a late hoar last night and after e ich
hid taken a class of beer. Mr. lUnson
attempted to lock up his saloon where
upon Lambert objected to being put out
and an altercation ensued, during which
an alderman who was present interfered
aa a peace officer. McGrath resisted this
and a few blows were exchanged. Of
ficers Hetter and Schaab finally putting
both Lambert and McGrath under arrest.
The case came up before Magistrate
Wivill this morning and Lambert took a
change of venue. McGrath was fined
$25 and costs.
Intelligence has beea received of he
death in New York this morning or K.
H. Pease. Mr. Pease was the father of
Mrs. W. W. Eeeleston, of this city He
formerly resided here and was extensive
ly engaged in the coal business in the
Hampton coal district and supplied the
C, M. & 8t P. railroad company with
large quantities of coal. He was 79 yeure
of age and. leaves six children, all of
whom reside in New York,' except Mra.
Efglet-tui. and R H. Pease. Jr., who is a
resident of Sin Francisco. Cal. He was
a very genial man, and during bis resi
dence Here he made many warm friends.
His funeral will probably take place Fri
Last evening witnessed another im
mense attendance at the Industrial fair.
The musical features were particularly
enjoyable and included two beautiful se
lections, "0 Be Joyful" and "Lord with
Glowing Hearts" by the choir of the Cens
tral Presbyterian chuich at Davenport
compjstd of Prof. S. T. Bowlby, organist,
Miss Smith soprano, Mrs. U. E. Downer
alto, H. E Downer 'tenor and Arthur
Atkinson, basso. Tbe instrumental
pieces were mi9tly by Pof. Bowlby's
pupils and were a march, eight bands on
two pianos, by Misses Folsom, Hubbard
and Tremann, and Willie Tot ten; piano
8 los by Miss Lizzie Yolk and Miss Ger
trude Branigan, a piano duet by Miss
Clara De'cenroth and Willie Tottcn. and
a clarionet solo by Prof. Biehl, accom
panied on tbe piano by Prof. Bowlby.
The programme for tonight will consist
of a concert given by Biehl's orchestra
and a number of specialties by well
known locil talent. The concert Dro-.
gramme will consist of solos, medleys
aid duetts. Among those appearing in
specialties will be Tim Collins in comic
songs, Silas nopkios the celebrated ven.
triloquist and Altz Bros, in a fencing
A plow and numerous other artic'es
will be auctioned off at the fair tonight.
Jim. J met' Concert.
Rural, 111.. Feb. 25 Mrs. Milton
Jones and children sang for tbe Wood
men last night in tbe town hall. Al
though the weather was unfavorable and
the roads almost impassible there was a
very good sized audience. Tbe enter
tainment, consisting of vocal and instrus
mental music, and recitations, was ex
cellent throughout, and tbe audience
were loth to quit their seats at tbe close.
so well had they been entertained. Mrs.
J ones gives so good an entertainment
that the Woodmen of Rural cheerfully
recommend her. and will likely htve her
give another concert this spring.
Hamlet. Feb. 24. Roals are not im.
proving very fast.
Perryton school will cive an entertain
ment Friday evening.
G. D. Crabs has been quite sick
but has about recovered.
Miss BesMe Candor, who has been at
tending school at Galesburg, returned
home Tuesday evening.
The sociable at Mrs. Nichols on Wed
nesday evening was quite well at
tended. Quite a number of our pupils attended
the central examination at Perryton last
Several of our young people attended
the exhibition at Marston Monday eve
ning and all report a good time.
Cordova. Feb. 25. Children's parties
are in vogue in our village now.
Tbe doctors report very little sicknefs
Tidcl dewink parties seem to be the ftd
with tbe society people now.
J. V. Bailey, the trayelling salesman,
while here was heard to say, tbat in case
of the election of John M. Palmer be
would go right home to Rock Island, buy
a seltzer and drink it all alone. We hope
his friends there will see that he com
mits no such a rash act.
The scheme of the republicans to dis
integrate tbe solid Palmer phalanx in
the legislature, is meeting the fate it de
serves. There are 101 representatives
sent there by tbe people to vote for John
M. Palmer. There is no evasion, nor do
we believe there is one among tbe num
ber who will prove false to the trust.
Ifjso the people should see that they meet
with the ignomy which they will merit by
One of tbe street cleaning commission
er's laborers was taken to task the other
day because he put in a bill for working
seventeen hours shoveling snow in one
day. After a moment's thought ho gave
the following explanation: "Sure, I
started to work two hours before I be
gan, and I worked all dinner time when
I was resting, and after I left off I
worked two hours more, and that makes
He gpt credit for seventeen hours'
work. New York Morning Journal.
Tbe Local 9Ia.rk.eta,
Business was very dull on Market square apain
today as the cold weather tends to keep the far
mers at home. Prices are about tbe same as yes
Grain Com fi353c; oats, 43c.
Stock Hoa-t. a-i.iria3.25
Produce Butter la worth 9T22c per lb; eggs
lc per doz?n.
Persona residine in this city who have
teams that are not now employed could
materially aid in securing a good growth
of frraas on SDencer square tne coming
BDrinif and summer. I desire to spread
a coating of t table manure over the
ground portion of the square and would
be pleased to receive all the aid I can in
this direction, Irom any source.
Wm. Jackson, Park Com'r.
Tax Hi at lee.
The taxes for 1890 are now due and
Da v able to the township collector at the
nnantv Treasurer's office in the court
house. Owners of real estate are re
quested to bring their last year's tax re
ceipts in order to save time in finding the
rfoRcrint on ol tneir properly on me
books. David Fitzgerald,
"Reautv soon crows familiar to the
lover, fades in his eve. and pales upon the
But a bottle of Salvation Oil
will look well aa lone as people suffer
with headache, rheumatism, and neuralgia.
SAME OLD STORY.
Another ITarvratr.l at ta.i.
nm-.o Break Yrf.
Springfield, Feb. 26. --Special.
At te j int session today Senators Matth
ews and Lehman and Rpnnunt.i;.n
Payne were absent. None of tbe republi
cans or F. M. B. A. men voted. nlthm..h
tha latter were present. Three ballots
were taken and Palmer rfceived each
time 101 votes. Senator Fuller ques
tioned the existence of a joint
session, under the circumstances,
ai be did yesterday, and asked by what
authority the speaker acted, Mr. Crafts
answered that he was sustained In bis po
sition by ptrliamentary law and the rul
ing of Speaker Haines. This was denied
by Lieut. Gov. Ray. who said tbat never
had been such a precedent established in
this state at any time. Some sharp
words were uttered and a war of words
ensued, but to no purpose. Nobody
looks for a br ak for some time.
24 E H Ouyer to B DeWulf lot 53
first addition to Eigewood Park, 175.
E U Guyer to Henry Van Houtte lot 54,
first addition to Edgewood Park, $175.
J M Murry, Jr. to N J Blackman tract
by metes and bounds in 33. 18. lw, $XH).
Olaf Olson to J A Hedlund lot 4. block
1, Meese & Holland's addition to Moline
Bailey Davenport to C Eurch lot 10.
block 5. Bailey Davenport's fourth addi
tion to Rock Island $350.
24 Estate of Bailey Davenport Pe
tition to sell real estate to pay debts; pe
tition by T J Robinson to be made party
defendent; petition granted; answer filed
by defendenis, Catherine Davenport. N
Davenport, F Weyerhauser. F C A Denk
man and T J Robinson, proof of service
to otbr defendants, and same called and
defaulted bearing on petition.
Estate of Charles T Jennings Admin
istrator's report filed and approved and
25 Estate of Amsziah Titterington.
Administrator's report of collections and
amounts bid at sale, and execution of
deeds filed and approved.
Guardianship of minor heirs of C S
Vaughan. Petition for letters of guar
dianship by William Orr.
LICENSED TO WED.
20 Jno. Eigholm, Sophia Johnson,
21 Jas. C Farber. Moline, Minerva
E. Orear. Hampton; Walter J. Lloyd,
Mary J. Titterington, Elgington.
Kotica to tne Pnb':c.
Attention i hereby called to the nuis
ance in regard to tbrowinjj paper, hand
bills and other rubbish on our sidewalks
and streets, which is becoming a great
nuisance to pedestrians and persons driv
ing horses. Tbe penalty for such r Cense
under the city ordinance, chapter 15, sec
tion 1, 14, ts a fine not to exceed one
Tbe police is hereby instructed to see
that said ordinance is obeyed and ens
forced. By order of the City Council.
Robert Koehler. City Clerk.
Mrs. E'.lsworth, mind reader and clair
voyant. Her success in reading past and
future is unrivalled. Consult ber on all
matters of love, marriage, divorce, losses
absent friends. Gives description of fu
ture husband and wife, tells your occupa
tion you are best suited for. Business
matters a specialty. Office, 220 Sixteenth
street, corner Third avenue. Hours, 8 a.
m., to 9 p. m. Consultation. SI and $2.
It is not surprising that a man want
ing a divorce should find it dear than bis
wife was to him.
INCORPORATED UNDER THE THE STATE LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROOK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open daily from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Saturday evenings from 7 to 8 o'cloct.
ive per cent Interest paid on Deposits. Monev loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
S. P. REYNOLDS. Free. F C. DKNKMANN, Vioe-Prea. J. SI. BUFORD. Cwticr.
P. L. Mitchell, S. P. Reynolds, F. C. Dcnkmann. John Cra tieh. C. F. Lynde.
J. J. Reimera, L. Simon, E. W. Hnrat, J. X. Btford.
Jacksox A Ucbst, Solicitors,
a-Wlll beeinjburitnes July 8, 1890, and will occupy banking room with Mitchell A Lynda
until new bank la completed.
Proprietor of the Brady Street
All kinds of Cut Flowers cor.-tantly on hand.
Green Bousea Flower Stor-
One block north of Central Park, the largest in la. H Brdy Street. Davenport, Ioaa.
SjoiDg Out of Business.
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
Furniture, Carpets, Draperies,
Iegetrdless of Cost !
'Credit given reliable people.
The C. F. Adams Home Furnishing House
322 BRADY ST
N.ce fresh buttercup and home-made
caramels at Krell & Math's.
Two fiab milch cows for sale. En
quire C. D. Gordon, tber U s office.
Nice baled bay and straw by the ton by
John Evans at city icales.
Chocolate, mint. winters-Teen, lemon
and maple cream patterns just received at
Krell & Math's.
Tbe annual masquerade of the Rock
Inland Turner society will be held at
Turcer ball next Saturday evening.
E B. McKown sells hard wood in
lengths, cut or split; soft coal, lump and
nut, corner Fifteenth street and First
avenue. Telephone 1193.
Order ice cream in brick forms and get
the best. One or more kinds in each
brick; turns out nice; and easy to serve.
Krell & Math can supply you any time.
Progressive euchre ice cream. Ech
person gets a plate of ice cream with tbe
exact cut of a card on top. When giving a
card party nave these and order them
from Krell & Math's.
A man who baa been somewhat of a
rover says tbe bent place in the three cit
ies to get a good meal is at tne Crown
restaurant. No. 1708 Second avenue, A.
B. Johnson. Prop
Cimleta to Dcaawoad.
The Burlington Route. C. B. & Q. R.
R.. from C'hicgo. Peoria and St. Loui-,
is now completed, aod daily pasenger
trains are running through Lincoln, Neo.,
and Custer. S. !.. to Desdwood. Also
to Newcas'le, Wyoming. Sleeping cars
ti Dead wood.
Hard Coal Market.
$7 75 per ton for best antbraci'.e coal,
all sizes, delivered witbin city limits, 25c
per ton discount for cah. . Indiana black
$4.50 and Cannel coal ?6 per ton delivered,
cartage added on all orders for less than
one ton; carrying in 25n per mo extra.
E- O. Fhazeb.
"Situation! wanted" and "Help" waste looertrd
one week in the Daily Aaara FREE.
For Hale, Kent, Eichange and MifCellaneoa
wants Inferred one day at Ic per wjrd; three
dafat c per word acd one wet at per
TTT ASK TED ;tKD GIRL
W Uu-wrk at tl. Jamet hitrl,
FOIR KO.JM HOC-E
at SI Jamet hotel.
IHtfsE AND LT IN IIEN-
I lrix adtlitinn. South
Knrk Ivland. rt (if
Knqui e at No. llft Serv d avenue.
K'KLY FfHMMUD KOuM FOR TWO
pent emeu at fcrj Twentieth ttrvet.
"DOY WANTED To at'-n. hr-es ami
J-jlKut a lim4-; cu'I afJf t Kit-irh trw-t
WANTEr-A BUY HI To IS YEARS K A..E
to !-ml lunch rountT niKhtt. Aj ply at
C'roan restaurant any afternoon.
WANTED A YOUNU MAN To KEKPllo.iK'
Hnhourojih ev-n nz. a I at ll-im-hT"
meat market, coriu-r of t'ounh avenue and
i caa or
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times 'he tmunt
of the 'osn
Intercut 7 per cent aerni arcqai'.y. collected and
remitted free of chirp.
E W. HURST,
Attorney at La
Rooms t and 4 Moolc Temple.
ROOK ISLAND. ILL
- DAVENPORT, IA.
M I NTIRE
As each season arrives ia it turn
seem to crow handsomer
It is ao this spring.
We are receiving oar first purchases
and before we have time to mention
the fact many choice things are
being selected by wise people who
know that first choice is bet
ew robes&n new colorings and designs-
Beautifal imported plaid goods.
Plain effects in
French serges and
Henriettas, including the
Nw browns and
French corn flower bine.
Rock Island.. Illinois.
Three Times as
A aty olher mtniUr
CLESV1ANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And No. 124. V26 and 12S Sixtnth Strict,
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
lrish Cough Syrup:
Acta quickly, is perfectly aafe and
. Medicine knows for all Kidney.
c a Bottle Samples free.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
TOHDNT & ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
Great Clearance Sale
SCHNEIDER'S SHOE STORE.
19 OEDEE TO REDUCE XT STOCK 07
Felt Boots and Shoes,
I will offer them for the next SO day at pricet that wl3 aatoeiaa eTtrybody. Com early
and Heart a bargain,. They matt acll refardleai of eort.
2929 Fifth Avenue,
' Black dress goods, lmmfts.se acsort
1 ment In plain and fancy effects.
I We can't mention everthing.
, We want yon to see and hope to have
you call and inspect.
j COTTON DRESS GOODS.
.The ginghams Iwe are selling at lOo
j and ISHo are as handsome as the
i Scotch and colors Jnst as fast, fine
New embroideries jtm in
Black white goods in creat variety.
We show probably twice as many as
' vstn P1 aIbawVava
Large a Stock of
r,Mi-Lmrt ia tbe city.
never Tail to cure all Lung troubles.
10c, 25c and 50c Dottles.
Lnnj and StomacS traablea. 1
and Liver Pills.
Druggist. Rock Ialxnd
1818 Second Avenue,
Harper Hook Block.