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THE ARGUS. WEDNESDAY, DEC EMBER . 30 1891.
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MUg grapes at Browner's.
Ojsters and celery at Toun&'ft.
Fresh cocoanuta atBrowoer'a.
Bell flower apples at Browner's.
Fresh pineapples at Browner's.
Oysters and celery : at Browner's.
Poultry of all kinds at Browner's.
Note Carse & Co.'s change of add.
Olives 23 cents a bottle, at Young's.
Strawberry pineapples at Browner's.
Turkeys, chickens and ducks at Brow tier's.
City bakery for cheap candies and fresh
Malaga grapes, oranges and bananas at
Oranges, crapes and bananas at
George Dyson, of Rus'iville, is in the
Frui's of all kinds at Browner's for the
F. A. Banker, of Ambov, is in the city
G) to Young's and take a look at his
Bleuer'j band masquerade at Armory
hall Saturday night.
Cold ox tongue and boneless chicken?,
So cents at Young's.
Frederick G. A'len. of B!oomingtn, is
calling on friends here. -
- Turkeys, ducks, chickens and quail in
abundance at Young's.
Mrs. William Cropper, of Chicago, is
i&itine relatives in the city.
John C. Swank, of Coe, spent a few
hours la the city yesterday.
For stle, cheap Two good road horses.
Enquire at Argus office.
Go to Evans & Cool for corn, oats and
baled bay, on Third avenue.
Miss Clara Mercer, of Peoria, is in the
city, a guest of Miss Bessie George.
E. B. Stone and S. W. Martin, of
Port Byron, were in the city yesterday.
Wanted immediately A competent
cook. Mrs. C. W. Durham, 103 J First
The Elm street car will run from the
theatre after the concert tomorrow
Miss Annie Frysinger left this morn
ing on a visit to friends in Rock ford and
Dinner will be served from 12 til! 3
o'clock on New Year's day at the First
M. E. church.
Fred Smith has returned from a few
weeks' visit to friends in Gaietburg, and
Koitbsburg nnd vicinity.
Go and take your friends to the First
M. E. church New Year's day for dinner.
Dinner from 12 till 3 o'clock.
For Rent Two nice furnished rooms
for a gentleman, on the street car line.
Apply "W care of Ths Argus
Oysters, tu-key. plumb pudding and
many other good things for diuner at the
First M. E. church on New Year's day.
The funeral of Mrs. George Mixter
will occur at 10 o clock tomorrow morn'
ing from the residence on Twenty-third
Rev. H. C. Marshall, who has been
very ill for tome time, is gladdening his
friends by his appearance on tbe streets
Tbe remains of J. R. Ilines, who was
killed at tbe viaduct Monday afternoon,
were shipped yesterday to Phoenixville,
r , in charge of William Lewellyn.
W. M. Hobbs, trainmaster of the Illi
nois division of the Rock Island road,
has been appointed assistant superin
tendent, with headquarters in Chicago.
Pat Horn's countenance is now orna
mented with a fmile of satisfaction on
account of himself and wife having wel
comed a 13 pound son to their borne in
In accordance with their usual custom
Dere & Co , of Moline, are out with tbe
loveliest calendar of the season. It is
richly designed and of proper size to be
South Heights is the name which the
people living along the bluffs at tbe head
of Seventeeuth, Twentieth and Twenty
second streets have given that suburban
Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Hodges and
Fred Hodges leave tonigbt for Marion.
Iow, in response to a telegram announc
ing tbe serious illnesi of the Messrs.
Hodges' sister, Mies Bertha, at Marion,
Tbe taking of depositions in tbe Em
jnnns divorce case is again in progress
before Commissioner Cook. Four more
witnesses havs been examined, and the
remaining depositions will be takCn at
Intervals from time to time.
The premium list has been issued by
D G White, of this city, president cf
the Upper Mississippi Valley Poultry
association, for the flsst annual exhibit
tion to be held at Davenport Jan. 20-23,
Used is Millions of Homes
inc'usiye. There is every prom'se of a
first class and successful exhibit.-
Tbe Bbomingtbn pipers speak' in
highest f raise of the "Turkish Bath"
company which Managtr Montrose has
secured for ntxt Monday evening. It is
undoubted ly one of the best comedies on
S. A Mayall and wife, of Freeport.are
in tbe city on a visit on their way home
from Beardstown, where they have been
visiting. Mr Mayall was formerly an
engineer on the Rock Island & 8t. Louis
division of the C , B. & Q., and is now
in charge of an engine between Dubuque
aDd Chicago on the Illinois Central.
' Tbe M. E church at Reynolds pre
sented a scene of merriment on Christ
ms eve, a large number of the young
children bting present, eagerly awaiting'
tbe distribution of presents. A fine lit
erary prolamine was carried out and
after the presents bad been distributed
the evening was "spent in merriment by
Tbe Western Uoioa Telegraph co m
pony is now nicely located in its pew
office on Second avenue, wbeie it will be
more convenient to the public. The
room has bn refitted with new desks,
chairs and instruments, and this evidence
of enterprise on the part of the Western
Union wi:i no doubt be apprtctated by
the public at large.
John Eitland, an employe of Deere &
Company ic Moline, attempted su'eide
yesterday tfternoon by swallowing a
dese of carb lic acid at his boarding house
in the eastern part of the city. The first
attempt wn unsuccessful, and he mHde
another a fe hours later. He is now in
a precarious condition. No cause is as
signed for Xhi deed.
James Carpenter d ed at his home in
South Rock It-land at 8 o'clock yesterday
morning of l ing fever. lie had resided
in South Rock Island about 12 years, and
was formerly foreman of the cotton mill
at Sears. He leaves a widow and one
daughter, Mrs. Fanny Dyer, of Council
Bluffs? Tbt funeral will occur from the
late residence at 9 o'clock tomorrow
Deere & Co. celebrated tbe opening of
their handson e new office building in
Moline yesteriay in an appropriate man'
ner. Representatives of the firm from
abroad to the number of about 50, be
sides a large number cf Moline friends,
were banquetid in the evening at the
Deere bulliirg on Seventeenth street,
where a 8real was partaken of that did
honor to the occasion.
The A rocs will make a departure from
its custom for the past few years of pro
viding its carriers with addresses, this
year, but it dees not restrict its carriers
from receiving remembrances from such
of the subscribes as may feel disposed to
recognize faittful service where it is de
served. Ia a word, the muter is placed
wholly in the hands of tbe subscribers
themselves, ar d this year tbe carriers
will make no New Year's calls.
Col. George F. Robenson, whose car
lubricator Rock Island capital is more
than likely to Uke bold of, is in the city
again, and is in the hands of the manu
facturer's comn ittee of the Citizens' Im
provemeLt association. Oaa of tbe lu
bricators is beinj tested on a coach on
the R I & P. toad, and Supt. Sudlow
seems pleased with it. Three pints of
oil were put into the lubricator box this
morning and Mr. Robenson says it will
last a week. Ic tbe same box under tbe
old arrangement it was necessary to pack
two pounds of cotton waste and a gallon
and a half of oil.
Corresponded Campbell's report to
the department of agriculture for the
month of Duct mber shows the total
number of horaeH compared with that of
January last to lave been 100 percent;
average price per head, undjr 1-year-old,
$30; between 1 and 2 -years-old, $43;
between 2 and 3-years-old, $75; over
3 years old, $9( . Tbe total number
of milch cows conspired with January
last is 100 per cent; average price re
head, 23; total number of oxen and
other cattle compared with January, 90
per cent; average price per head under
I vear-old, $9; between 1 and 2.
12; over 3 -year. $25
ber of hogi co nparjd with January last
85 per cen'; ualer 1 year, $4; over
1 year, $8.
I have been a great sufferer from dry
catarrh for many year, and I tried many
remedip. but nomdid me so much bens
eQt s Ely's Creatt Balm. It completely
cured me. M. J. Lally, 39 Woodward
Ave , Boston Highlands, Maes.
I think Ely's Cream Balm is tbe best
remedy for catarrh T ever saw. 1 never
took anything that relieved me so quick
ly, and I bave not Mt so well in a long
time. I used to be troubled with severe
headaches two or three times a wek.
J A. Alcorn, Ae't C P. R. R. Co., Eaton.
40 Years "this Standard
WTO NOTABLE PRIZE. FIGHTS. "...
Itowcn 'V1ilpil ly ;llbon and Cardiff
by lr u IIH.
Nkv Orleans . The flht be
tween (iiblMHis and Bmvon eiiine on" last
night Ix-fore 2,0N) persons at the Metropol
itan club. It was for a purse of ifci,.Vli),
30O to the loser. The fight was a tedious
one, and varied in advantage until the six
teenth round, when Howen drew Grut
blood, but it was anyinxly's fiht until the
twenty-second, when Gibbons not the best
of t he work. later Howen showed up best,
but in the forty-eighth round . Giblxms
crowded Bowen and finally knocked him
Did Him t'p tn Fifteen itounri.
SAV FRAXctsco, Dec. 30. Joe McAulifle
and Patsy Cardiff fought fifteen rounds
before the Athletic club last night and
there were 4.000 people to see the fight. It
was McAnliffe's battle from the start. Ha
knocked Patsy down-in the fourth, hit
him on the nose in the fifth and knocked
him groggy in the sixth. Cardiff hit Joe
some hard ones, but f hey were scarce and,
l'atsy found it up-liili fighting, for Joe
ducked and countered rleverlv. Pntsv
was knocked down in the fifteenth and
stayed there eight st-oonds. He got up
game, however, and finally Joe, with a
smash on the mouth, finished him.
Hardly m oil Kenton fur Suicide.
Bkrlin, Dee. . Johann Kraft, a sti
clent of philosophy at the university of
Marburg, has committed suicide by shoot
ing himself with a revolver, lie left a
note explaining that he was driven to
self -dest ruction liv depression of mind re
suiting from the rellecl ion that he should
never be able to reconcile the teachings of
his professor with the facts of life is he
had experienced them. The professor has
obtained his revenge for Kraft's supposed
sarcasm by declaring that the suicidal
student was a dyspeptic.
A freight Mrmni-r Overdue.
osto, l.vc. aariie freight steumer
Stockholin, Captain Thompson. of the Fur-
tiess line, which plies between liinlonand
lioston, is seven days overdue, and there is
much anxiety as to her wlii-realsnirs. It is
probable that she has encotinicred severe
gales, and her arrival in this port will
cause much relief.
Can Take ThliiiK Kitty Non.
' Wikosa, Minn., Dec. :).". J Mazurie
a laboring man of Winona, has fallen heir
to $75,000. He is the son of James V.
Mazurie. of Dittinger. Pa., who was buried
in Philadelphia last week and over whose
grave children ami stepchildren quar
unH-Hted ly OhI
FAi:r.o. X. 1).. Dec. :. Mr. and Mrs.
John Rninell, of Wild Hicc, were found
dead in bed yestenlav morning, having
1 r .11.-. 1 ni.
iieeu suiiocnieu ny con i gas. J ney leave
nine children, the eldest ts-ing VI years ol'
.-some oi ine cniuircii are sick, but it ts
thought they will i-ccovcr.
ftenuan Trlnteri.' Strike Collapse.
HkkI.IV. Dec. !. The striking printer
of Germany have yielded unconditionally
to ine terms oi their employers.
TtollHr Siibsrriitinim for RukkIk.
Washington, Dec. 30. Responding to
appeals from many sections the American
lved Cross association, for some time earn
estly at work for the starving I!us-.ians.
has opened a $1 subscript ion fur citizens
who cannot contribute supplies. Address
Miss t'lara Barton, Washington, L. C.-.
"My son, deal only with men wh.i ad
vertise. You wiil never loose by it."
A handsome complexion ia one of the
Createst ctarms woman can nossass
Pozzoui's Complexion powder gives it
r the llolidatn.
For the hn'irWvn the f!. U I .fe P will
sell excursion ticket to nil nttiona with.
in 2lM)mile nn the P Ti I .- P ni
on Dec. 24 25. 31, 1881, and'jan. 1.
ions, at ine rie of a fare and a third
for the tonnri trin fl ,rH irninn noc.
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satre date of sal- pood to return to and
mcljoicgj tn. 4. 192
Uoaa Protection Protect
Certainly, in one instance, it does.
Hood s Sarsaparilla is the creat protection
against the dangers of impure blood, and
it win (ure or prevent all diseases of 'his
class. It h is well won its name f the
best blond purifier by its many remarka
s u i. i;v )m si est., Mao tfLu vtirti I) J
Hood's Pills for their ensv vet frlcient
action. Sold by all druggists. Price 2,i
nts per box.
To Servcnt ana Dtbiuutd Ken.
If you will send me your address we
will mail you our illustrated pamphlet
explaining all about Dr. Dye's celebrated
electro voltaic belt, and appliances, end
their charming effects upon the nervous
dabilitated system, and bow they will
quickly restore you to vigor, munhood
and health. Pamphlet ftee. If you arc
thus afflicted, we will send you a belt and
appliances on trial.
Voltaic Belt Co.. Marshall. Mich.
Toys and Candy.
US AI TOBACCO.
If you wish to see a nice line
of New Year's Cards call anrt
see our display.
2223 Fourth Ave.
The Rock Island
Is the best medium through
which to reach the country trade.
Advertisers should have their
announcementsiready by Thurs
day morning to insure insertion
in the current week'sssue.
Yoir Attention Please.
Y.u bra looking for a suitable Xmas
gift for a rela'.ion or dear friend. Don't
worry any lon?tr, but ?o at once to
and if you don't see just what vou want,
ask for it, for be has loals of fine goods
stowed away for want of space to display
them. There is no gift more appropri
ate or lasting than a well selected piece
of jewelry. You will And the largest as
sortment to select from at J.Rtmser's.
He can show you all 'known precious
stones s:t upon beautiful designs. He
can suggest many suitable articles' which
you perhaps could not call to mind. He
is always pleased to show goods even if
you don't buy. .Remember the place.
1827 Second Avenue, K ick Island.
Annual Clearance Sale. .
lirtwten now and the first of
the year we shall follow our an
nual custom of closing out our
stock as c ose a9 possible be
fore the first of January. Any
one tnm&ing oi purchaPinf' a
piano or organ will ci-rtainly
save money uni do wll bv rail
ing on D. Koy Bowlby, 1726
Second avenue, Kock Island.
We guarantee pri es and t-rms
to suit those who wish to buy
for hoi day presents. VV still
handle the old reliable HaUet
& Davis and Emerson manna.
which our house has handled
continuously for 30 years thit
alone will recommend and our
New Scale Kimball niano is the.
wonder of the musical age.
Call and get prices: no trouble
to show eoods. We have on
hand a few good upright pianos
wmcQ nave been rented or used
for concerts. We nositivelv
guarantee to make nricea on
second hand instruments that
will sell them to anyone who
wants a niano: we don't pro
pose to carry ovtr the tirst of
J muary anything second-band.
Will sell on easy payments;
call early and gt your choice
13. Rov I3ovll3V.
That's Good for All the Year.
Tbe sort of tree that pleases patrons
not onlv at Cbtistmis, but from Christ
mas 10 Christmas. A tree bearing tbe
fruit this does can only stand as the out
growth of a repuiable firm stalwart.
standard, staple all through the year
92 You'll find those things aud they
are what wise people look for our
strong attractions. But all this is pre
liminary what we want to mention
specially is that we have just opened a
brigh freBb, new assortment for the
holidays of umbrellas in tbe newest
Stlk handkerchiefs, very exquisite.
Initial handkerchiefs. Perfect beauties.
Silk and cashmere murll :rs, a beautiful
present. Neckwear, a rich assortment.
Kid gloves and mittens, something use
ful. Satin suspenders, they'll m"ke his
heart glad. Niijht robes, most beautiful
Drop in and sea us; no trouble to how
1728 Second Ave.
Express and Moving.
11 orders promptly attended to. Char
a7 iave order at K. Trcnaman'a BrnM
hop on Marketaqnare
fiWB C B NTIRE
Handkerchiefs for ladies.
Handkerchiefs for gents.
Handkerchiefs for every
Silk handkerchiefs, 2c.
Gents' large white hanker
Immense assortment of
1c, 3c, 4c and 5c.
A handsome varietv in
silk and wool. Attend
this handkerchief sale and
Rock Island. Illinois.
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
Furniture and Carpets
IN THE THREE CITIES,
1525 and 1527
121, 120 and 128
CLEMANN & SALZMANN
John Clark, Jr. & Co.'s
Best Six Corel
ile-End Spool Cotton
ON BLA.CK SPOOLS.
Justly celebrated for its superiority for
both hand and machine sewing.
t3"All numbers warranted
iU jHTM gg tf
Ladies' black mohair skins
Ladies black satin skirts '
Ladies' wool skirts.
Table sets, linen.
And hundreds of other
FALL AND WINTER STOCK
tCT-Call and Examine.