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J THE ABGUB, WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 2, 1891 3
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ion Comprises Six
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i,;..r the niwxK-m Conn.
1 ice .ijp. It alno furnlehes
I -r "''"Vi.'.t V --in """" complete
"'.' ,, ,-hb I obtained in tbe
y.a)ory of Music.
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'': ""'i'iv ,tMi2 n !"r.- end elevnte.1 mn
' "'" 'Tr.'"'"!-.- I'e'iiimlT"" to become
. rate .."re.
u. In!! 11. Voire, Hitr-
.j Business College and School ol
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"0. OLSSON. President.
Rock Island, III.
c,!e Kent. Exchange andMisce!
" a insfrtBd one dav at lc
vvi. -i'.ree days at c per -word
wit at per wo.
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ip: exMed:iie tnree lines in
me wee :n the DAILY ARGU
ijvv thi'Ih'iI r.vni for gent emeu
r rv.'flin ir-ft.
E!- a: Hfk N!nd IIon;c a Second
. eui bi- a vom .n.
- ;'-( jrl at HIT Second arenne
. il: HU'MH!. j -wiry. aa aaarucien
U . J . l;-, lhU Jjocond avenue. S-tf
mi'.1 -X ,f'u -'''N' f i!tmcn to take orders
. ti triit na4 orua 'HhiiaI trocs,
. lrnlf t-'c 84o experienc-i
.:r. ; :..:i - nqi;lr.Ml. GOOD PAY.
i. :'&r,.)iks X i'U., KomTit,
iH-rft i' who emik arfl bake to
r- . . - 1 n-tku; S''1'- in tnc world;
.I' n.fr.: t.rnj. 1'! per oon dta-
'. nr';.T. r iti-lijl with orilr,
-.'hyv AiriiF.u C'olis, 520 Myrtle
-ii.EsXiKM AND AtiF.STs if
: v.kTi' re. c invader. Xay where
,r Mtirc for the agency of my
(I' tr'tu Sid Iron. ETittTeeced men
Li... i'liui-ik: n-'xv bi'irinner msfcp
No t.ttur houaehod artlria
".i .T'i for pirt'.raUr?, (iam
,i 11. . rowu. H i 2T9. clnc.nnnt , O.
i;x OR WxRDitorE
Tf.-.'T ionn-ie by day and a per
i:.jmi viii i-Ari j'litaway as much
r irTvl.'B n in ttie ave'race ward
: tr.ree arn-lc for the price of
nrj for piekuv or taipplnj
wife of ibe calebrawd
i..-t- luting itre Terv nice,
vi. J'n. Sli. H : ramie, $12, $14;
-"::,!; .irocateile, Si'i, f3U. AL
rvidud .Xiyrlle avenue. Brook
Twtpace is Reserved for
li -Kuee ne following:
a' 4 . "
Be Worked . a Th.lp Symp.thl.i and
Drew the llltliy Lucre.
A man sat on the end of a bench in
Battery park -with his left hand ban
daged up, and I was about to ask him
the cause wheji a man and his wife, who
were sightseeing and waiting for the
boat on the Liberty route, stopped to
"I was bitui.i uu the Laud by a dog,"
he replied to tlioir query. '
"Not a mad dog?' asked the woman,
"Ycs'ra. IIo wa3 earing with hydro
phobia the worst way."
"By George! ' exclaimed the husband,
"reg'lar mad d jg, eh?"
"Henry, give him ten cents," said the
woman. "Irre, I've got two nickels
myself. Howilid the dog come to bite
"It was in n park up town, ma'am.
Some children rere playing near where
I sat, and th dog was making for
them. I grabbed him and he bit me."
"Jnst jumpel right out and grabbed
him. eh?" asked the husband.
"And saved those innocent children!"
ad.led the wife. "Here's another
"AYas the dot; frothing?" asked the
"Yery badly, i-ir."
"Eves like bid s of fire?"
"Y.'all, here's ten cents more. Did he
git away after h: bit you?"
"Xo, sir. I threw him down and
choked him to death."
"By George! Hear that, Banner?
Here's nnotV-r iickel. He'd make an
all fired plucky constable, he would!
Any danger of yi.u're iur.r;ii:g mad?"
"I'm af raid there is, sir. This is the
ninth day, and I felt like barking a few
;Did, eh! ITcsr that. Hanuer? Wall,
we'll have to be gulag. We waui, to
ketch that bo?.t. If you should run mad
while we are are iround Lcre"
"There'd be no danger to you, sir. I'd
rpmemoer how kind you were to a suff er
They were rath.-r hurried in their gait
as they headed for the dock, and when
they had gone I s!id along up .to the man
"In case you run mad do yon wish me
to write the partieulars to your poor old
motlici, or dou yuu Xitiil her to know
how you suffered .ind died?"
"I'd rather youM sjiaio her. sir," he re
plied as he carefully closed his left optic
and got up and wandered away to find
an investment for his capital. 31. Quad
in New York Evening World.
One Word W Spoiled Backward.
The night editor rushed into the proof
room, and exclaimed:
"How in thunder did you come to
"It's ail the fault of the copy readers,"
answered the head proofreader, excusing
his department on general principles.
"We can't be expei ted to read copy and
"No, no, of course not," admitted the
night editor, "but, by George, you
ought to catch ordinary mistakes in
"Is a word sjielled wrong?" asked the
head proofreader at.xiously.
"Is it spelled wrong!" exclaimed the
night editor. "Why, man, it's spelled
backward understind? Spelled back
ward!" "The copy readers ought to be more
careful," said the boss of the proofroom.
"They're always inn king bulls."
"They!" cried the night editor. "They:
Hang it, didn't yon people in this room
pass it? And the first edition's gone to
press! Lord! won't there be a howl,
though! If it were only a letter mis
placed or something of that sort it would
be bad enough. Bit spelled backward
clean, straight backward!"
"I don't see how it happened," said
the proofreader apoh geticidly, and look
ing a bit worried. "What was the
TIip night ed'torsht out of the room
again and by the tin. - the proofreaders
had ti-nred it ont 1-e was fortified be
hind three imposing stones and seven
forms of type. L-:.ciigo Tribune.
Proprietor of Dry Goods Store If a
lady, after examimn r a piece of dress
goods, had expressel her (satisfaction
with it, would you a k how many yards
Applicant No, indeed. I should ask
her where she would have the sample
Proprietor I guess you'll do. I see
you've had experience. Boston Tran
script. Fine Barcmanm.
Boastful Customer Yes, sir. I put a
cool $300 into that watch when I
Watchmaker I doL't doubt it, sir. I
find traces of gold still adhering to the
inside of the case. Jewelers' Weekly.
The Domeetlo League.
Amy I hear yon are engaged again,
Slabel Yes. I 6igned a new fiance
last night. Pittsburg Chronicle.
Stranger Digging a grave, ehj
people die often in this village?
Sexton No, boss; dey nebber dies tint
once. Munsey's" Week!.
Mow Mollaea Ball Team Played
The Freeport Bulletin baa tbe follow
ing account of a ball game recently played
in that city between Molin3 and Tree
The b?'l game Yesterday .s one of
the best that has been played In this city
this season and lovers of the sport who
failed to be on hand to take it in were
deeply disappointed. It was a game for
Tour life and all who were present enjoyed
it hugely. The game was as nice and
clean a one as the most exact person
could expect to witness, and tbe playing
wag interesting from the time the first
ball was thrown until the umpire called
the last person out.
It was a game of ball between the local
players and the Moline nine, who proved
themselves to be very clever gentlemen
indeed with the ball, but they could cot
solve Mullen's delivery, which was almost
perfect. He held the visitors down in
splendid shape and only one or two of
them could solve bis curves. Rosenthal
vvus behind the bat and he caught Mul
len to perfection . The Moline pitcher
was a "beaut:' for the fiist two innings
and when he struck out sucu heavy hit
ters tt Bebl and 6 pore the Freeport boys
did not think they would be ahle to
solve his delivery, but they did. and
that to the queen's taste. He pitches
a swift and deceptive ball, but be
could not keep up the tbe clip and was
obliged to leave the box before tbe eatse
was finished. His name is Cuotiirti'in
and he f.-.rmeily pitched with the Bilii
more, Md., nine. He wag caught by Dm
ter, one of the test catchers and base
throwers that has been in Freeport this
siason. It wa very difhf.ult for our
players to steal second on him, so precise
wa bis throwing to bases.
The game was a remarkably exciting
one. At half a dozen different times the
Moltnes hid two or more nica on bases,
but Mullen was himself and not a Moline
man crossed the plate much to the grati
fication of tbe crowd. Mullen pitched the
best game of his life yester.iay. All the
Freeport boys played an errorless game
and at the end of the ninth inning the
score stood 9 to 0 in their favor.
. COIXTY BLILUIXU.
41 John Peetz to Ignatz Huber, lots
43, 44. Huber & Peetz' addition, R I,
Larance Ryan to Catharine Ryan, quit
claim, lot 8, block 3, W.lliam Dixon's
add, Milan, 3o.
E W Hurst. L S McCabe and E H
Guyer to D A Bergstrom, part lot 7, tract
by metes and bounds, 6, IT, Iw, $250.
A M Zeigler to Fred Kollman, partswl
12. 18. le, $54. -
George E Cropper to Regies Jnhns, ci
t and ei wi sw$ 11, 16, 3w, $7,050.
Abraham Frick by executor to Rasmus
Mason, ml nwj 16, "17, lw, $1,757 23
Sept.. 1. Conservatorship of Louis j
Oldewurtel. Conservator's inventory
filed and approved.
Lots ror Bala
In Huber & Peetz' addition ta the city of i
Rock Island, being tbe late Bailey Dav- j
enport's homestead, nicely and centrally
located, within five blocks of the post
office. Title perfect. Terms liberal.
For particulars apply to the undersigned
at tbe People's National bank or on the
premises. John Pkktz.
Smoke Public Demand cignr. Strictly
hand made, long Havanna tiller; five cents
I can recommend Ely' Cream Bi'm to
all sufferers from dry caWrrh from per
sonal experience. Michael Herr, Phar
Pozzoni's Complexion Powder pro
dnces a soft and beautiful skin; it com
bines every element of heautv and purity
Tbe flneu and sweetest line of French
candies just teceived at Erell & Math's.
Blck Headache and nllevw all tbe troubles tad
dent to abllloaa state of the ayatem. auah M
1Uzinee.s, Kau&ea, Drowsiness. Diatrasa after
eaUng. laln in tbe Bide. && While their moa
XdaibZkaWe aaooaaa baa been shown ia CUTUlg .
CoRflaehe. yet Carter's Little Liver PltlS M
equally raluable in Constipation, curing aud pre
venting th is annoying complaint, while they also
liver and regulate the bowels. vaa 11 Uiey only
rAcbs they would be almost priceless to thoee wM
taller from this distressing complaint; but fortu
nately their goodness does no.end here,and those
Whooncetry them will find these little pills valu
able In so many ways that they will not be wll
Img tn da wiumnt them. Bat after sllstck beac
fls the bane of so many Bves that here la where
iwemakeour great boast. Oar pills cure it wails)
'Others do not.
Carter's Little Liver Pills are very small and
very easy to take. One or two pills makes dose.
Thev are strictly vegetable and da no. gripe or
purse, but by their gentle action please all wha
nsethem. In vials at 25 cents : flvefortl. Sold
by druggists everywhere) or sent by mail.
CARTER MEDICINE CO.. New York.
SMALL PUL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRiCt?
gfraj . . lst I l.igT tAl sVsal
(VirOOfUCTBiC ICLT AN! StSPENSORI
aH-HKflD 0Kl, Made for OiU tci&r pi
Usz. r4iiMW iMTM of Elwtrtcity tnrrincb nil WF.AK
STlBTS. ruatonaf tbs u HEALTH Ml tlMKOl S nULWriL
Uirla CurrMl VMt lutsutUy or wo forfott 900G la cub.
VULT mmI Vn iei ry CiuUrt" M- u. Worn
niii-'-j rrw4 in tbrw m-mth. iA ammpti rroev
-HA8 DECIDED TO SELL OUT HIS-
On that Account Our whole Stock of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Has to be Disposed of
AT ANY PRICE.
Worth of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing
To be Bought for
115 arui 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT, IA.
School Days Are Now upon Us!
CARSE & CO.
Have received the most complete and solid
line of School Shoes that has ever been
seen in Rock Island.
THEY ARE SOLID LEATHER.
No Shoddy. Price in reach of every Person.
We know what hard usage a child gives a Shoe.
We have tried to meet the demand for a o-ood
Prices to suit every person.
CARSE & CO.
1622 Second Avenue
' innsifa s iri ilisT trsLts)iisrrn. -i lo the skin. Ha-
Lnvo. ii DiniDtr. frkiit tkcoiormtioris. For
j Ml tj all rira-vi& drnfnrf or mailed for M cu.
in nevnp uj
jk$ a feond oa.
nie -jc vaui r
FSSTS fieri vmf f
J. T. DIXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue