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THE ARGUB. WEDNESDAYS SEPTEMBER 9, 1891 - - 3
L- r ,h anee ana wiscei
M! Sed ogne day at 1c
, . wee at Mo per . , "HelD
tti tions wan 'hree lines in
""'tfin the DAILY ARGUS
i one cv
fjHlou- . Second
r-Twomn as touje
Ts.m-e'ri at Bi
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sTEB-f r ,0K?,!,.u jouii time at Ira 'e ;
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MLEr-nr"n-c'-f"l y hy pre.-ent i.wner
l- ,. - wh" write a Ki"
: .Vlm"-J. B.. . Wt
-r5-iTF.I-"-'rT r commission:
...HEN V. -vrral inda.-ein.Mits now.
'-''V'Vi't N""frymen. kerb
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-rrrTTvI-cin chattel mr.rtewj.-B.
'E.'-,. , mi-n.l.. j.-welry and a il aruclw
" t W j " WW cuud avenue. -tf
TTTTv wlnal.-snien to take orders
1 .' , ,. fruit and unmueiital trees.
:;- J V'vnT'req.i'lred. OO.W PAV.
7 wrs,ii who cook and hake to
;,LfX h-.tO.kin--oTeiQ the world;
.,'.-;Ji: teroio. M lr cent. dis-.-n
mi-r. -r one-half with order,
hy- AlrBED CoLla. MU .Myrtle
Br,i yn. S. V.
. F (-.,..- IS'IV. OR WaKURO.E
' , j ."-'tV.-t tun bv day and a per-i;ni-i't
'r;ilocmputaway as much
Sit rtinr a- m the average ward-
tf iv.o.l-e wife ( the celebrated
't.V luu are very nlw.
. ,.,., sin. Jli .U: tmiii, M2, 514;
., -, .ilkhnrc-itelle.S-r., $.. Al
".L'tViinni JDd Myrtle avenue. Brook-
, for Work
BttltfJ Ur;e additioc- tn titir stock
in every deinrtireut.
:d!u;i:lie of ai; kind-, inclnding
Enoyclopedeas, Etc ,
n Goods at Low Rates-
I:vI,ciS':'d f"rCa-b or on Margin
'.t.ptuor Boston k:Yrh.
f'aitK Stock aid Bjuds a epec'lalty.
B. CH1SHOLM & CO.,
" sr.-l Broker'.
lj""!f'l Se-d fur circnlar.
PhSS5i,Hl,n lme"trie1 ana weU
I "wee Companies he foliowln:
I :a'" !a'- Comuanv of V v"
k.r" fo-Burfalo. s.f:
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' 1,1(1 t . M,l ,comj Av(J
t "t-.wll'''furtK ;orhomay
SY c6t,!" o the iv""1'1 "PP'.y
Andalusia, 8Lt. 6. Andalusia Deo
pie are bappy over the prospect for an
immense crop of com which is ripen
ing rapidly anl will soon be oat of the
way of frost.
Louis Hartaian has built a floe barn for
Van Reeves, of EdgiDgton.
Fishing continues good at this place
with Alex Hayes as the boss fisherman.
Theodore Simmons is hauling some
very nice tomatoes to the Milan canning
Mrs. A. F. Parker, of Sterling, is yis
itingatthis pUce. Mr. Parker is ex
pected th's wet k.
Miss Lottie I'romley is to teach the
Greenbush scho ol, and Mamie Jones is to
teach at Oak Ridge.
A number ot our citizens will attend
the fair at Davt nport this week and more
the carnival Tuesday evening.
Chris Saeflelct moved hio family to Buf
falo on Saturday, where he intends to
work in the Buifalo tile and brick factory.
Annie Brittoa, Susie Roberts and
Maggie Roth have gone to Rock Island
to attend a Sunday school convention as
delegates from 'his place.
Ileory Will ams. of Davenport,
preached at the Baptut church Sunday
morning and evt ning and will probnbly be
returned as minister for the ensuing year.
Fred Baas and wife of Moline were
visiting at ibis place on Saturday. Fred
was reared in this place and all were glad
to see him, as he was always an Indus
trious and upright young mnn.
V. H. Conter and Ira and Frank
Vandereer start for Iowa City next Mon
day to attend the medical department of
the Iowa university. Mr. C inner expects
to finish b's course while the other two
enter as '-Fresbn an."
Goidon Rickel s and Charles Speckler,
of Drury, passed through here list week
with a fine load of Muscatine island
watermelons. Gird, does quite a melon
business, hauling them as far as Orion
A number of cur people attecded the
tax sale In Rock Island last week, many
of them buying acant lots in the town.
which will come very bandy for pasture
in case of the enforcement of an act of
"the last legislature" prohibiting stock to
run at large in incorporated cities and
Wesley Riley at d Jake Standley danced
to the tune of R. E Reed's music to the
amount of $16.80 apiece tor disturbing
the peace. Boys, the Andalusia people
are disposed to usa you all right, but
such work as you indulged in is out of
The race track i. fiords plenty of 'sport
for those interests 1 in horses, and some
very good horses are driven there every
day. Broobman's mare by Almont (33)
on Golddust ami one Attorney, Alex
Hayes Golddust, Eritton & Garrity's two
by Earl McGregor. Roberts by Tramp
and several ethers, among which are some
very good steppers.
M. Leeman, of Appleton, Wis , is vis
iting his brother Sjth, of this place. Mr.
Leeman is postmaster at bis place and a
live and energetic fellow and makes one
feel happy while in his company. He
intends to attend tae Davenport fair and
carnival. Rock L-Und arsenal and other
places of interest ia the three cities be
Cearge Savadce's Xfw Hotel.
George A. Savadge, proprietor of the
Tivoli sample room of this city, is now
a'so the proprietor of the new Metropoli
tan hotel, corner of Front and Main
streets, Davenport. This hotel has
lately been refurnisbed, and is now one
of the neatest hotels in the three cities
It will hereafter be conducted on the'
European plan. The sample room in
connection has also been furnished with
elaborate fixtures, where all kinds of
liquid refreshments will be strved. Mr.
Savadge has also presided a well stocked
reading room, which will be an attractive
feature and everything has been arranged
for the entertainment of first-class pa
tronage. A Bright Blaine Dog.
A Portland lady hes a pug dog which
will enter an apothecary' store, stop in
front of the soda fot utain, look back at
hia mistress, and begin to sni-ze. He has
been taught to thus ex press hia desire for
anything, and as he is very fond of soda
he always asks for It in this way. This
same pug is equally fon.l of watermelon
and Ice cream. Banger (Me.) Commercial.
NatahelU Cad for Firecracker.
The nut of Balanites Roxburghll is em
ployed In fireworks in India as crackers. A!
small hole is drilled in it, from which the
kernel is extracted, and being filled with
powder and fired, bursts with a loud re
port, so exceedingly hard la the shell
Music all week at tie London.
A Hew fast Train.
The Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific
railway wiK, on Angutt 16, 1891, put on
another daily train between Chicago and
Denver that will run via their new line,
just opened, through C maha and Lincoln,
the capital of Nebraska.
This train will be cou posed of new cars
throughout palace sleepers, chair cars
and dining cars, and n--w modern pattern
day coacbes. and will be a vestibuled
It will leave Chicago daily at 8:35 night,
arrive at Denver 7 necond morning.
Leave Denver 8 nigtt, arrive Chicago
7:4. second morning.
E St. John, Jko. Sebastian,
Gcn'l Manager. Gen 1 Tkt & Pass Agt.
In the pursuit or the good things of
ti.ib world we anticipate too much; we
Eat out the heart and s eetness of world
ly pleasures by dclightftl forethought of
t'-ium. The results obta ned from the use
of Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic fax exceed
all claims. It cures.dyt pepsia, and all
stomach, liver, kidney and bladder
troubles. It is a perfect tonic, appetizer,
blood purifier, a sure cure for ague and
malarial discarei. Prii.e. 60 cento, of
Two Batvast Bit anions.
Oa Tuesdays, Aug. 25 and Sept. 29,
special harvest excursion tickets will be
sold to points on the Chicago, Milwaukee
& St. Paul railway at oce and one-third
fare for round trip.
. D. W. Hjlmbs, Agent
I Can recommend E1V Praam TU!m tn
all sufferers from dry catarrh from per
sonal experience. Michael Herr, Phar
' J. E. Montrose, Manag-er.
FRIDAY EVE., SEPT. 11th.
Engagement of the greatest Dia'ect Comedy
produced in years,
New Carstl -
National Swedish Quartette from
Seat on -ale at Harper House Pharmacy Wed
nesday, 9th. Prices S3, 50 aud T5cente.
t.i.-i.,l - - - "
Sick Bead&cheand relieve all the troubles lncf
dent to a bilious state of the system, such aj
Dizzinesa, Kausea. Irrowsiness, Distress after
eating. Pain in the Side. &c While their most
xemackale success lias been shown iu curiBg ,
Bearlache. yet Carter'a Little Li-vw Pms are
erjually valuable in Constipation, curing and pro
Tenting this annoying coiaplaint.whila they also)
correct all rliaoTdurs of theatomachtimulatethts
liver and regulate the boweia. van it they only
'Aclratney would be almostprlcele-str. those xfit
tniffor from this distreasing complaint; butfortu
who once try them will find these little pilla valu
able In so many ways that they will not be vril
ling to do without them. But after aUsickhaat
flsfhe bane of so many lives that here Is where
wemakeour great boast. OurpiUacureitwhila
'Others do not.
Carter's Little Liver Pius are very small an4
very easy to take. One or two pills make a dose.
!IUey are strictly vegetable and do nos gripe or
purgo, but by their gentle action please all who)
use them. In vials at 25 cents: five for $L Sold
try druggists everywhere, or sent by mall.
CARTER MEDICINE CO.. New York.
SMALLPUL SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE
: Shirt Factory :
"We are now prepared to take
your measure and make
Prices as Low as the Lowest.
Also all kinds of
1609 Second Avenue, Rock Island.
Over Looalej's Crockery store.
MISS KATE BYRNES.
S .raw Braids,
Laces, Veilings, Gilt Trimmings,
Jet and G-ilt Ornaments,
1709 Second avenue,
-HA8 DECIDED TO SELL OUT HIS-
On that Account Our whole Stock of
CMMf , flats aii
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 and 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 good
Prices to suit every person.
CARSE & CO.
1622 Second Avenue
ilmrm rtr m. (M-illianl traiaKiMxvnrv to thetikia. ft
I moTCrt All in-t"es t ivofck- and Uit-.-oiorationn. (or
I sal by ) iiit-claiicirufriii-tt, or mailed tor SO etc
in ftuunr "7
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die QUO. P.
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KswsFaraa ADvxa-naiiio Bmuuv U 8pruo
J. T. 13IXOJST, . ,
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenne
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