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6 ; CITY CHAT.
Outfit at the M. & K.
Sidewalk brick at T- H. Ellis'.
Try a pair of M. & K. t5 shoes.
Try a pair of M. & K $4 shoes.
. Cape Cod cranberries at Arnold's.
New pocketbooks just in at Gait's.
Large spring chickens at Arnold's.
c"0. H. Jewell of Chicago is in the city.
E. H. Quyer bas returned from the
Hare you -seen Lloyd & Stewart's new
Have a look at those new pictures at
Hivcjou seen our fall styles. Lloyd &
Buy a pair ot the M. &K.S.4, or $5
Gait has the finest line of picture
frames in the city.
W. C. Brown, of St. Paul, is visiting
friends in the city.
Try a pair of the M. & K. 3 shoes
they are good ones.
Michigan peaches cheap at Long's feom
7 to 10 this evening.
Mr. and Mrs. ttobert Hill are spending
the day in Muscatine.
Base bull tomorrow at Twin City park
Rock Island vs. Moline.
Home grown peaches this evening only
20c per basket at Arnold's.
J. E. Reidy is confined to his home on
Moline avenue with illness,
t All perishable goods sold regardless of
cost at Long's this eveciog.
No discount, but the best goods for the
money. Llojd & Stewart.
E. D. Sweeney left last night for
Omaha on a brief business trip.
"Hurrah!" the $125 rockers have ar
rived at G. O. Uuckstaedl's Again.
The famous Iowa State band at the
Watch Tower tomorrow afternoon.
Every boy should strive for the prize
The Argus offers for new subscribers.
Have you seen the new Dunlap hat.
See the new fall styles at Lloyd & Stew
art's. Wanted A good girl in small fumi'y.
Good wages. Apply 1116 Sccoud
It is an easy way to secure a suit of
clothes free for boys to enter Tub Ah
Have you seen the place where you
could buy as good a hat for tbe money as
Lloyd & Stewart can give you.
The greatest musical attraction of the
season the Iowa State band at tbe
Watch Tawer tomorrow afternoon.
Mrs. Phillip Simmon died at her home
on Fourth avenue between Nineteenth
and Twentieth streets this afternoon.
Bishop Alexander Burgess of the Epis
copal diocese of Quincy, was the guest of
Bishop Perry at Davenport yesterday.
Speaking of carpets, if you are going
to buy don't fail to see tbe extensive line
that Clemann & Salzmann are showing.
"Farmer" Burns was in the c.ty last
evening cn his way to Buffalo, Iowa,
where he wrestles Hugh Dougherty to-,
B. Wineburgh, the hustling re presen tax
tive of the Merrick Thread company, is
in the city n business connected with
Tbe legislative convention of the peo
ple's party of the Twenty-first senatorial
district is In session at the court
house this afternoon.
Have yon seen the new combination
folding beds at G. O. Huckstaedt's. if not
call and see tbem they are the best
made beds in tbe market.
Blake & Burke have commenced to
overhaul the Rock Island National baok
building for two new No. 1 0 Mulford
boilers for steam heat.
The LadieB' Auxiliary of the Y. M. C.
A. will meet Monday afternoon at 3:30
o'clock at the association building. A
full attendance is desired.
Watch this paper announcing tbe arri
val of a car load of bedroom suits that
are on the way and will be sold at G. O.
Huckstaedt's at prices that defy compe
tition. Emma A. P., 2-years-and-2-montbs-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Otto R.
Heinze, of 1009 Eleventh avenue, died
last night. She funeral occurs at 2 p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eolls return
their heartfelt thanks for kindness and
sympathy in the hours of suffering of
their only daughter Lena, and for beauti
ful flowers at the funeral.
Rev. A. W. Archibald of Edwards'
Congregational church at Davenport, has
received a . call to the pastorate of the
Union Congregational church at South
Weymouth. Mass., and will probably accept.
The Katie Emmett company drew an
immense audience at Harper's theatre last
night, the spectacular play, "The Waifs
of New York," giving satisfaction to
those who enjoy that order of stage pro
Treasurer John Brennan of St. Joseph's
Branch of tbe Western Catholic union
yesterday paid over to Mrs. Edward
Shields the check for $2,000 due on in
surance from the death of the late An
drew F. Shields.
Joseph R. Harricks. a former well
known trUcity newspaper man. recently
of trie St. Joseph (Mo.) press, has acs
ceptrd the city editorship of the Daven
port Leader, and will enter upon his
new duties at once.
The game of base ball at Twin-City
park yesterday afternoon between tbe
nigh school nines of Rock Island and
Moline was played before a large audi
ence and was won by tbe home team by
a score of 9 to 7 . Gest and Long was
the battery for tbe locals.
Look what Sc will buy at the Cnlum
bia; one handkerchief, pair half hose,
barrel tacks, brush, bottle of ink, cork
screw, yard embroideries, yard lace fancy
dress buttons, doll, fine comb, safety
pins, plated salt spoon, campaign but
tons, file, tape measure, etc., etc., etc.
Secretary Haskins of the Mile Track
received a telegram from Budd Doble this
morning stating that a previous engage
ment would keep Nancy Hanks in Indiana
at the time she was wanted here for
chance to lower her record. Doble offers
to bring Martha Wilkes here instead, and
provided that Mr. Haskins can arrange a
race between Liobasco sue will be invited
to come Davenport Leader.
Look what you can buy for lc at the
Columbia. Thimble, paper of lacks, slate
sponge, piper pins, paper needles, spool
basting thread, spool embroidery silk,
darning cotton, buttons, one yard lice, 10
slate pencils, two pens and tablet, one
yard ribbon and many other items too nu
merous to mention.
The Young Mens' Stevenson club is
growing fast and now has in the neigh-.
bnrhood of SO members. A neat trans
sparency ornaments the frontof its rooms
and invitations are being received every
Qy for tbe club to visit surrounding
towns. It is not improbable that it will
visit DeWitt and Muscatine, la., with the
Horace Boies club of Davenport next
EJdie the 11-year-old son of Frank
Ncwcomb 8 'd wife, No. 822 Twenty-
fourth street, fell from a horse upon
which he was riding last night, and sus
tained two fractures of the right arm
at the wrist and elbow, the former being
a compound fracture. Dr. Carter at
tended tbe unfortunate lad and he is get
ting along nicely though his arm was
THE SOCIAL SEASON.
Three Very I'leasntit Aflalrs That Occurreil
A large number of the young friends of
Miss Millie S-tuerman gave her a very
agreeable surprise at her home, 623 Sev
enteenth street, last evening. It was a
jolly company of young people and tbe
time was spent in games and social
amusements. During the evening re
freshments were served to the guests and
all spent an exceptionally pleasant even
ing. A large number of the friends of Fred
Bleuer who is here on a visit to his folks,
assembled at Armory ball last night at a
party in his honor. Excellent music was
furnished by Bleuer's orchestra and the
evening was pleasantly spent by every
one. ' Tbe first annual ball of tbe Eureka
dancing society took place at Turner ball
last nigbt. Notwithstanding that there
were a number of other entertainments in
the city, a large number were present and
enjoyed several hours ot terpsicborean
amusement. Livingstone's orchestra fur
nished the music.
Pure and Wholesome Quality.
Commends to public approval the Cali
fornia liquid laxative remedy. Syrup of
Figs. It is pleasant to tbe taste, and by
acting gently on the kidneys, liver and
bowels to cleanse the system effectually,
it promotes the health and comfort of all
who use it, ai.d with millions it is the
best and only remedy. For sale by
Hartz & Bahnsen.
Three Things to Bemambsr.
Hood's Sarsaparilla has the most
Hood's Baraaparilla has won unequal
Hood's Sarsaparilla accomplishes the
Is it not the medicine for you?
Constipation is caused by loss of the
peristaltic action of the bowels. Hood's
Pills restore this action and invigorate
For beauty, for comfort, for improve
ment of the complexion, use ouly Poz
zoni's P w.er: thrn m noth'ta? M'il to
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard."
The Lone Star, Henrietta, Verne Swain
and Pilot came down and the Pilot, Verne
S wain and Lone Star went op.
The Irene D. came down with eight
strings of logs.
The stage of water at Rock Island
bridge at nopn today was 2:90, and the
temperature was 82.
A dispatch from St. Louis says that
the old White Eagle was pulled off the
bar in tbe Illinois river for naught. She
has just been condemned by the United
States inspectors there as unfit for use.and
will probably be converted into a barge
or something of that kind. She is a good
many years old. and when she was sold
here, or rather taken under mortgaee. it
was believed here that we should never
see her again. 8he was a familiar figure
on this part of the river for a good many
Will of the Late Kobert Johnston.
The will of tbe late Robert W. John
ston, of Black Hawk, was admitted to
probate in tbe county court on Thursday
It bears date of Dec 11, 1891, and be
queaths to his daughter, Mrs Matilda
Hutchinson, ft 00, and Mrs. Elizabeth
Clark 80 acres of land. His son Thomas
S. receives ISO acres of lard, with tbe
proviso that he pays to bis sister, Ellen
M. Johnston, $1,000 in five yearly in
stallments. John receives 160 acres of
land with the same proviso of paying his
sister $1,000. and Joseph also is be
queathed 160 acres of land. Each son is
to receive a team of horses, harness and
wagon and the remainder of tbe personal
property is to be sold, all debts paid amd
the balance to be divided equa ly among
tbe children, share and share alike.
State Fair at Peoria.
For the state fair to be held at Peoria
Seat. 26th to Oct. 1st. the Rock Island
& Peoria railway will run special trains
from Rock Island to Peoria and return .
Leave Rock Island on Wednesday.
Thursday and Friday at 6:15 a. m.; ar
rive at fair grounds at 9:53 a. m.
Leave Peoria union depot and C..R. I
& P. depot, foot of Liberty street, at
6:30 p. m.; arrive in Rock Island at
10:05 p. m.
Fair, $2 75 for the rount trip. Ad
mission tickets at 50 cents to the fair
grounds can be had of agents.
It. iyrocKiiousiE. t. T. A.
1HE DAILY ARU'JS delivered at your door
. everv eveiu ntf for 12 l4c per week.
lOR KENT Koom, 1407 Second avenue.
lOIi RENT Pleasant furnished rooms at No.
' lS-JUSeconi evenne.
ANTED A jrood Kirl at 113S Third avenue:
f ANTED AN ACTIVE AND WIDE AWAKE
coy itmjuire at una omcc.
WANTED A (jirl for general housework. Kour
in frt:nily. Mus tbe a itooi rook, washer and
ironer. Wue$4 per week. SMi'ii Fifth avonne.
WAN TED Earnest, Internment lady H estab
lish a trooj payius Dustiness ; one having bad
experience in it sick rjom pre.'erred : call at suite
3, McCullouh block. Davenport. Iowa,
AGENTS making 95 to SlU per day eelliue the
electrical Wonder houscUol l want. Mftt ftrady
street, Davenport. Iowa, second floor, room 9, 3 to
9 p. xu. Qeneral aent wanted.
these and every kindrcJ disease arising
frum inipti'-n blood Rucccsrfuy treated, by
that never-failing and bcit uf ail ion and
Books on Blood and Skin x
Diseases free. """O
rriutcd testimonials sent on "st
application. Address T
e Swift Specific Co.,
1615 and 1617 Second Avenue.
New styles of
Offer you this week bar
gains in various depart
ments. 1st 700 yards silkiline suita
ble for draperies, curtains,
etc., at 12c. These goods
have never been sold lees
than 17 and 20c.
2nd. 600 yards all wool flan
nel checks and stripes suit
able for men's shirts, ladies'
skirts, etc., at 25 cents.
3rd. 500 yards fancy dress ging
hams co this week at 7c
4th. To introduce we win aM
you sour cream and lera.
on juice complexion soap
at 10 cents per cake, finest
complexion soap made; tue
regular price of this eoap
all over this country is 23
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
GREAT B A.RGAINS
D. ROY BOWLBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
1525 and 1527
124, 126 and 12S
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brands of domestic
and imported ciuars. All brands of tobacco.
The score of all '.he ball games will be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1;08 Second Avenue.
POCKET KNIVES and SCISSORS took the highest premium
for quality. If you want a good knife try one.
One need not be told what a
bet like those I have to show w?ll be. Also those
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Every woman that keerjs house wants rmo WmnMit imn
finish Fire Sets and Irons.
Acorn Stoves and Ranges
are the leadeis made in Illinois for our soft coal and every one
guaranteed. These are all good things to buy at Christmas or
any other time. Come in and see how much I have to show you
that is usef al and novel in housekeeping goods.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock Island.
We are Making a Specialty of
Big Values, Perfect Fitters, Excellent Wearers. Positively the
most perfect line of Footwear. Inspection invited.
M. & K.
Best Equipped Clothing and Shoe House in RockJIsIand county.
New Styles in Boy's Clothing now ready.