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Margins Mather ai the theatre to-
Hon. II. C. Cleavel&nd went to Chica
Mi99 Kate II a wee is home from Pulton
Pr E !I Bowman rf Andalusia, was
in the city today.
Hon. J. W. Simonson, of Port Byron,
was in the city today.
Matthias Schnell left laet niglt for
Sioux City on business.
R. 8. Silvia came down from Carbon
Cliff on business todpy.
Indoor base ball at the rink next Satur
day evening. Admission 15 cents.
All lovers of base ball should see the
game at the rink on Saturday eveni ig.
Rev. T. W. Grafton will speak this
eyeDiog m the Twenty-ninth street chapel
The High school nine and Kemper hall
cine at the rink Saturday evening. Game
called at 8 o'clock.
F. W. Bahnsen left for Minnesota last
night to attend the trial of the murderer
of bis brother, Dr. Bahneeo.
M j. C. W. Hawes and Bert Caste el, cf
Fulton. weTeover at Clinton last evening
and Msj. Hawes accompanied the boys
home on their special.
The children of the late Mrs. Luoinda
Sulzmann desire to publicly express their
ihaDks to all who tendered them kindnets
and sympathy in their recent affliction.
David Little the well-known Pre-emption
farmer died last evening at 9 oV.olck
after a ten days' illness. He was on) of
one of the best known and wealthiest
farmers of Mercer county .
A party in honor of Mesdames F. W.
Young and W. J. Fullerton was given
at the residence of Henry Jordan and
wife on Fourth avenue last evetiog.
About 20 ladies and gentlemen 'were
present. Dainty refreshments were sers
vedand a very pleasant evening spent by
Manager Geo. A. Harrop. of the tele
phooe exchange, is delivering new tele
phone directories for the Cenlr.il Uiiion
Telephone company, accompanied by
cards admonishing subscribers tnat here
after people must call by number only.
After nest Monday the answer to all
calls at the central office will be "What
number," instead of "Hello."
Through Jackson & Hurst the Ameri
can Exploration and Development Cor
poration, of London, has commenced a
suit in the circuit court against S. W.
Wheeiock, of Moline, and 15 others in
terested in the Moline Plow company, to
recover $235,000 damages. This is one
of the English syndicates that have agents
oat over the country looking up good in
vefltmenls. Last October a deal was
worked up with the Moline Plow com
pany, which for some reason went
through, and on this account damages are
One of the latest and most interesting 1
pastimes that is now being indulged ii
in all the larger cities is indoor base b ill.
which is played with a soft ball as
described in the Argus s few days a;o.
Tee enterprising Collins Bros, have con
cluded to give it a trial in this city and 1
bave accordingly arranged for a game to
take place on Saturday evening at the
rink between the High school nine of this
Xitj and the Kemper hall sine, of Dawn
port. None of the fine points of the
game are loet.and the game is enjoyed by
ladies as well as gentlemen.
About a month ago a peddler's wagon !
was robbed near Cordova of a number of
articles valued in all at about $10. Clint
Wadaworth.on whom suspicion at once
arrested as the thief, disappeared, and
Sheriff Gordon deputized H. Marshall, of
Cordova, to run Wadsworth down and
bring him to time. Mr. Marshall entered
upon his task, traced the thief into Iova
and yesterday captured him ten miles b
low Muscatine, landing him safely in tie
county jail last night. The capture re
flects great credit on Mr. Marshall's dili
gence and detective skill.
THE ABQTJR THTJKBDAY. MAKCm 5. 1891.
Hillsdale, March 8 M. W. A.
meet next Saturday. Two new members
to be initiated.
Rumor has it that there is soon to te
another wedding in this vicinity.
Henry Wiggins surprised as Saturday
V returning from Kansas. He will re
main about ten days.
Duse Feaster is home from Nebraska
oo account of his mother's sickness. E'e
will return in a few days.
Mrs. Feaster is slowly improving.
William who has been sick is sojournicg
" Sterling for a few days.
Grandma Wreith is very poorly. Hot
condition is considered extremely critical
considering that she is well advanced in
The Mason and Calandar ice crews
have been transferred to Joslyn. They
Dve taken all the saleable ice fron
Ibe 'Docia hete.
Last Friday night Mrs. Stephenson,
an aged lady residing on the Rock river
r0a btlow beie. died very suddenly.
She was taken sick about 4 o'clock in
the afternodn and her death occurred it
"There are more things in heaven an 3
earth. Horatio, than are dreamt of ii
vur philosophy.'' Of course! Why
those old duffers suffered horribly wita
aches and pains, and didn't and couldn t
know that Salvation Oil would cure them.
Progressive euchre ice cream. Etch
Person gets a plate of ice cream with thu
eact cut of a card on top. When giving u
card party have these and order them
om Krell & Math's.
THE FAIPw'S FINISH.
Ciosn or lb )Iit Hnf cf torai Expcti
V- IIfli by the Habo A !
Last eight ciosed the most successful
fair jet held by the Industrial nome as
SKiation. The fair opened on Feb. 18
continuing nightly until last evening.and
u is iuipob8ib;e to give any definite state
ment as to how much it has retted, but
It can be safely placed at $1,000. The
success is due chiefly to the untiring ef-
iozi8 or those having the fair in charge,
who have labored incessantly for its suc
cess. The most interesting feature of
the closirg night was the contest for the
gold watch, which was to be given to the
most popular young lady. The friends
of the three young lady contestants la
bored earnestly for the success of their
respective candidates, and it was finally
captured by the friends of Miss Mae
Richards, the vote 6tandmg at the close
of the contest as follows: Miss Rich
ards, 677; Miss Sophie Swanscn, 323;
and Miss Ada lllingwdnt, 321. The
contest netted $132.10 for the associa
tion. After this was over the raffling
of articles wos taken up.
Frank Engleman and J. O. Freed were
Chosen judges of the chance books and
made awards as follows.
Ladies bonnet. 123. Marrm Mnrrtn-
sora cushion. 49. Aug. Uike; pincushion,
45. Robert Wall; sofa cushion. 118, Jos.
Geiger; handkerchief map. HfX .Tnhn
Spellman; saddlebags, 132, Wm A'kin-
bod; buk quilt. 30. C. J. Farrell; baby
bonnet. 39. Mrs. J. And
John Itner; table scarf, 228. C. Heide-
man; silver Knives and forks. 53. T. A.
Pender; silver castor. 288. Ano Tm un
clothes wringer, 182. Albert Johnson; ten
uoiiar goia piece, 333. Geo. Long; con
gress gaiters. 29. Charles Gobert; flaur
bin, 7, Mrs. S. Smith; shaving case. 26,
a. oicmoo; Doy a suit. 43, J. Spells
man; clothes wrineer. 3G. C. n niin.
pair of slippers, 82, Fred Eoppe; lady's
dress pattern, 40, Jsmes F. McMa-
non; dinner set, 281, T. A. Pender;
plush chair; 177, E. Swanson; silver
tea stt. 21 Dora
card receiver. 84. M. F. Werts; range,
605. Jake Kruse; box of cigars, 176. H.
uicmuu, or. ; wier ssi, 4a. U. liostock;
trousers. 29. El Run-ill - hmi f u
Robert Loehler; 6 bottles of champagne.
41. Q. W. Fort ; silver spoons, 27, Wm.
McConochie.bov'ssuit. AS. M
C. Vet'er;6 bottles of champagne. 38.
ti. margin; ladies woik basket, 45.
Frank Voeeh fur collar nrt iifra i7
John O'Connor; silver tea set, 121, Henry
Four Ballote Today.
Sr-RiNGFiKLD, March 5. Special
Four ballots were taken today, all re
sulting the same Palmer. 101; 8treeter.
88; Oglesby. 5. Bogus telegrams were
sent to the "big six" for them to stand by
Oglesby. which resulted in Chott, of
Cook, voting for Streeter.
Cal Valley, March 4. Robert Lee.
superintendent of the Cable mines, was
here on Saturday.
Henry Hi lswortb of Canton, Ills., was
here this week . Sir. Holswsrth resided
here a number of years.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Williams, of
Nebraska, were here last week. Mrs.
Williams was raised here till the time of
M. G. & J. Bedford shipped a car of
cattle of their own raising last week.
Miss Lillie Martin has commenced her
spring term of school in the Park school.
The new team of matched sorrels which
has been lately purchased at the county
farm locks very well. They sold some
of their old stock and bought tho:e in
Mrs. Wm. Wood, of Rack Island, was
home last week.
Mrs. Ross, wife of the late John Robs,
is visiting her sister. Mrs. Williams.
S. L Stafford is doing a fine business.
He received a car of fljur from Minne
apolis today. Twentytwo barrels be
disposed of as soon as they arrived to the
The community is remarkably healthy
for this season of the year.
Mr. White, of South Dakota, a nephew
of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. McMichael, has
been visiting them for the past few days.
A number of young folks, mostly fam
ilies of members of the Modern Woodmen,
made a happy surprise on the steward
one evening last week.
The cone rt on Saturday evening in the
Presbyterian church by the Cable glee
clnb, was well attended considering the
condition of the weather. The perform
ance did very well. The programme was
long nd gave good satisfaction.
There are 113 inmates at the county
bouse. The number has not been above
115 at anv time during the season.
John T. Bass has purchased a fine
matched team, as be lost a horse a
couple of weeks ago.
Dancin? school Saturday evening at
A few boarders wanted at 806 Nine
Nice fresh buttercups and home-made
caramels at Krell & Math's.
Two fresh milch cows for sale. En"
quire C. D. Gordon, sheriff's office. .
Nice baled hay and straw by the ton by
John Evans at city scales.
Chocolate, mint, wintergreen, lemon
and maple cream patterns just received at
Krell & Math's.
The New York Symphony club will
give a grand entertainment at the Baptist
church on Thursday, March 26.
E B. McKown sells hard wood in
lengths, cut or split; soft coal, lump and
nut, corner Fifteenth street and First
avenue. Telephone 1198.
Order ice cream in brick fornm and get
the best. One or more kinds in each
brick; turns out nice; and easy to serve.
Krell & Math can fiupply you any time.
A man who has been somewhat of a
rover says the best place in the three cit
ies to get a good meal is at the Crown
restaurant. No. 1708 Second avenue, A.
B. Johnson, Prop.
TtBt Pi Tiro- Carrfa
. ?n " 00) cents in stamps or coin
.v.Muu OTuMinn, uni ikt and Pas.
Ag t Chicago. Rock Island & Pacific Ry .
Chicago. III., for a pack of the latest,
smoothest, slickest playing cards that
ever gladdened the eyes and rippled along
the fingers of the devotee to High-Fiv",
Seven-Up. Casino. Dutch. Ejchre. Whist
or any other ancient or modern came,
and get jour money's worth five times
Do Ton Conga.1
Don't delay. Take Kemp's Balsam, the
best cough cure. It will cure your
coughs and colds. It will cure pains in
the chest. It will cure influenza and
bronchitis and all diseases pertaining to
the lungs because it is a pure balsam.
Hold it to lb light and see how clear and
thick it ib. You will see the excellent
effect after taking the first dose. Lree
bottles 50c and $1.
Dancing school at Armory ha'l Satur
sheId be displayed in buying medi
cine above all things. In selecting a
ramedy for any disease, you should be
positive that it contains nothing Inju
rious to the health. Many remediea
on the market leave the patient in a
much worse condition, than before
s s s
is purely vegetable, and perfectly
harmless; the most delicate child can
take it with absolute safety. It contains
no mercury or minerals of any kind,
and yet it never fails to cure the dis
eases it is recommended for.
Book on Blood and Skin diseases free.
Swift Spociflo Co., Atlanta, Qe
CHHOH 07 tLIK&TK
am moie opl than to grot rally knoarn . Pir-
Ucularly ia this theca la Icttanrr he thm
constitution t de l; at. ol AmiD our immt
Crant popuUtloD eckicr new hornet la ibesa
pomon. or we wt and wher mataraT an 4 lr
p d f!Tr at certain mMi of the
mate, or of dirt am wate- hirh thv rl-ann
v. v MMiter "lomuh Biter.,
will bKM on.yfottiil. iiiw rr.in caDt ma-
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l-t imirr nwiy 'or xr itw j.,r. U,-., 1., .Ivcr
CompUmt, Nliy trouble rpt-ca'lv nt to mt
lack rniiiriat airul i-mimra ,., - .l -
touator. DUr nfr anil t.n.f ,arh..i . a
a aafeznar I br ra voyai(rr, trtv-rra bj land.
nl'trict.. tb nQepclfichti elicltej ibe motl
favorable tea Imony
"Situations wanted'' and local -Heln"
wants not exceeding threa iin n
serted one week in th DAILY abrits
For Sale. Rnt F.rphwirwaTil Tfc1-
laneous wants inserted one day at lc
per word; three days at ic per word
oiiu uiie ween at per word.
AXTEn f.nnn rum. rnn r.iv-rnit
houcework at St. Jinur hwel, city." yu
GET YOUR PICTURES
Over America a Express office,
KVFirat claiw work truaranteed. Lady aad
J. E. REIDY,
at M Jamit hotel. 2n iw
FOR SALE A IK.nE AND LOT IX HBN
drlx addiffon, South Hock Iland. wiht of
Milan road. Kn;uir at No. IMi. Seco d avenne.
1CKLY FCKlsHf.D HO..M FOk two
pent esien at JW7 Twentieth :rett.
WANTED A r.OYlOTO IS YKAIJj OF AvJK
to lend lnnc-h rountrr n'pbts. Apply at
Cron rfta;;rant nny afternoon.
WANTFO-A VOUNQMAN T KEKP U'MIKS
an hour each wnnz. ( : at Vum-ber'
mmj market, cort.'r .f rour.h avtaue and
WANTr.D-AKoommutel van i-nirinu-r. a
neat furnished iront nmm. itunMde. who
only tecupiex It is time a month for S. or for
two gentlemen t'nier moo h: Uia Third no.
WANTKO A HOU.1EKEEPKR fK Win.
owei'a family; thrr - cbiiorei. vounjrert !x
vera old: waging aid loaln daue awav from
home Mn.t t Lp ir.sMrTA i.
reflnement. una uodera and W -car.- and manase
meutof rhl dren Ood h rae to right rany.
For further partknNra aJdrrm box S Port
Bron. or Inquire at Mr. Coyne drurf ore la
200 0f and Upward
For rale, M-cur! on Iai..! acrtli from thr to Se
time! li.e amount of the loau.
Intcn alT pt-r cut Mrairct:k!;y, o'.rtd lad
remitted free of cbar?"
E. V. HURST,
Attokney at Law
Rom b and 4 .Vou c Trap!r.
Ivock island, ill.
Office over Hoppe's Tailor Shop,
Xntraoce aide stairway.
Will buy, acll and manage property on com
mlaeion, eoUecta rents, l are and management
of property solicited. Some big bargains on
HENRY 0. SCHAFFER,
SOFT AND IIAKD
Office 143! dc ond avetat-.ron.er Fiftet-tih t.
Telf-phoce No. 108f.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Sryup
Acts quickly, is perfectly safe and never ?ai!a to cure all Lung troubles.
TRY IT. 10c. 25c and 50c Bo:Ue.
Medicine known for all Kidney, Lung and Svunacb trooV.e.
Thomas' Kidney and Liver Pills.
6c a Bottle 8amplea free.
T. H. THOMAS,
Druggist. Bock Island
Cooing Out of Business.
OUB ENTIRE STOCK OF
Furniture, Carpets, Draperies,
jggT'WILL BE SOLD "
Iegfardless of Cost !
"Credit flvco reliablelpeople.
The C. F. Adams Home Furnishing House
3S2 BRADY ST, DAVENPORT. IA.
Are arriving In such quantities
that we are kept busy
marking and &rrancrlniT.
Earlv. do von iit?
Well, we don't think so. judging
from the WAV nnnl am hnrlni.
What shall we call yoor
anenuon to first?
So many desirable things In all
We are at our mHi sA.
WelL here goes anyway.
2.000 yards choice styles In
gingnams in short lengths 1 yd.
to 1 2 yard pieces, price always
12 Si cents.
When sold in usual way from
inn pieces, we bought at
a price and they are yours
fori Oca yd. Fast colors.
Don't wait till they are gone.
Stacks of dress goods.
Doable fold all wool mix tores 25o a yd
Handsome wool broken checks, wide,
50c a yard.
36 in plain and mixtures, all waol,
42c- a yard
Soft finish all woo! cloth, 4 2 in.
50c. a yard.
Black dress goods, immense line.
at low prices
Lawn tennis, good as usually
offered for 12'4c,our
price 10 cents.
Splendid assortment of ladies
muslin underwear'at popular
To judge of the good values offered
you musi see lor yourself.
Rock Island. Illinois.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN
ARK NOW SHOWING
Three Times as Large a Stock of
A any o.htr r.milar e rbiitbm-tit in the city.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124. 126 and 128 Sixteenth 8oet,
TO BEDTJOE STOCK
A Chance You Can t Afford to Miss.
We are offering unprecedented values In
Including all of our magnificent assortment of choice
Hats and Bonnets
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
MRS. P. GREEN A WALT
1704 SECOND AVENUE,
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
OHOST & ADLER
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
Have you worn
THE LION PROCESS SHOE?
If not try a pair, they will give you more satis
faction for your money than any shos you have
ever bought Only one sole and that of THE VERY
BEST. Outer and inner sole one solid piece of the
best sole leather.
No Ripping off of Soles.
sso oqueaiung. ana no ureaking .in
JuU &i eta j M bind turned, and will wear twice
long. Erery ptir lUmped on th tola
-rOK SiXK BT
UO.1 P BOCK n I
8ola Agent for Rock. 11 and.
Central Shoe Store, Xlm Btreet Store.
' tC rJA Aveaue.
1818 Second Aveaue.