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Waft Till the Ootid Roll By."
Siberian crt atSou'er fc Son'a.
Retfen for children at the London.
Fancy Michigan peachea at Lone"a.
Petri for pickling at Bonder fc Son'a.
Fail r.Tercoiu for boy Tns London
Nice large spring cb;ckeaa at Arno'd's.
Secure homea in the Keystone district.
Peaches by the basket at Souder &
Grapes by the basket at Soundr &
Best Virginia pesnuU, fie cents
nutrt at Bjro's.
Beegal si'.ks t jt drafries, 333 per yard
at the Columbia.
Crab apples, grapes, eeg plant and
citron, at Long's.
For the cutest little suits for childre
on to tte London.
Lou ia the Keystone direct are central.
accessible and cheap.
T. P. WaTerly of Crete, Neb . is ia the
city on a business trip.
The Russian suit for children, the Tery
Utrat to be had. at the London.
Nice California fruit. Tokay grspes
and frtcitone peaches at Boro s
Kcee pan's, fie times as many as an
house in the city The London.
Best of the season fancy freestone
pechts. at Long's. Open until 9 p.m.
Herbert Gitze cf Aurora is in Rock
Island on an extended TUit to relatives
I & Ks. new adrertieement an
nounces the arrir! of the new fall styles
in boys' clolhieg.
Do not be f righientd if you iee a big
crowd at the Columbia. Every one ap
preciates low prices.
Dr W. II- Ljfori and Con. J W. Si
monton. of Port Bvron, were In the city
on business yeiterJay.
The R. I & P. special car to Washinc
tcn returned jesterdy with the p rty kf
ter a very pieasant trip.
Save the subscription orders in The
Aiocs. boys, and ee if you don't in
tht suit of clothes Not. 1.
Boys are you striving for the pnze The
Argus cS rs to the one orirg-ng ia the
greatest number of new subtcriters.
Don't tuy a boy's suit until you see
our 1 ne. the most original and stUish
suits at reasonable prices The London.
Cleroann & Stizmton are uclcadme a
car 3od of the finest bedroom suits ever
shown in the tri-cities They are beau
ties Mrs. W;iiism .T. Kerr who bus been ser
iously iU at her nome oa Second avenue
for several dys ia reported as eome bet
Mr. and Mrs John Crubiugh. and Mrs.
Charles Mclluj?h and daughter, Mim
Dolly leave tomorrow for an extended
i-tit. to O hio.
M i- Edith Ochs of Arkansas City is in
RjckI:Undon a visit to her brother
L'-uis Ochs. She will visit here two
weeks after which she goe3 goes to Mer
Uncle Sammie Gocde who drove in
from Andalusia this morning, reports
heavy r'n from two miles the other
side of Milan out.
Mrs Ellen Middleham died at her home
at 525 Twenty-first street at 2 30 this af
ternoon, aged 79. She leaves one son, W.
C. Middleham of this city.
Subscribers to the Lecture Association
course, to make sure of getting their
tickets should call for them at the Harper
house pharmacy before Thursday, Pept.
Over 60 eir'.s from the Immaculate
Conception ecademy in Davenport ac
companied by seven of the si9ters, came
over and picnicked at the Watch Tower
Mrs. Charlea Gantert entertained a
partv of friends at her home on Monday
evening in honor of Miss Minnie Wagner
of Chicago, who leaves for her home
The case of Grant Leech for assault
with i.itent to murder is still on in the
circuit court. The defense is adopting
the line of insarity, and it will probably
take several days to finish it.
Park Commissioner Jackson of Spencer
Souare, received a telegram from Chicago
this morning, announcing that the Black
Hawk statue would be shipped October 1.
The statue ia complete, but there is some
carving on the pedestal yet to be done.
We have a full line of Russian suits
Zouave suits, vestee suits. doabledbrest
ed suits, velvet suits, S - piece
Euits. iu fact everything in all the
latest novelties. Don't buy until you
have seen our line of children's clothing
Th.n H.1.& P. is conducting a
special investigation of the causes of the
several wrecks on the main line, within
the past week. It la just possible that it
may be found that the recent rush of bus
iocs has resulted in train men being
Chief Clerk Gecrje Martio, cf the
Rock Island house, has returned from
Chicago. Walter Black, who baa been
actice in Mr. Martin's place in his ab
scc,will now Telkva Cletk Erouh at the
Harper, who goes to St. Lou:s Friday to
tke ia the fail ftstivitie.
Fifer will have to ad i a few words to
the co rem tiled speech which he has been
in the habit of delivering if he considers
it necesarv to make aa explanation to
local republicans as to the repeated
snub of them in the distribution of po
litical patronage and honors.
Mrs. Katherine Krell yesterday dis
posed cf her property at the corner of
Third avenue and Eighteenth street to SI
m ja K'x-b of DavenporU for a considera
tion nf ft eon It ii understood tnat
Mr. K-xrh wiil remove the house that now
occupies the property, and erect ia its
itd a handsome business block. Mrs.
occapv a house which she is
building in Huber & Peetz' adeition.
Mrs. Mattie Deeraer, widow cf the late
Caarlfs Demer. died at Botoey. Ia.. aged
25 years The remains arrived at Daven
port over the C. M. & St. P. at 11 o'clock
this morning and the funeral occurred
from the First M. E church at 2 o'clock
this afternoon. Rev F. W. MerrelIof5:i
a:ing. The Interment was made in Chip
The next meeting of the Iowa aid Illi
nois Central District Medical association
wi:i be hell ia the Inn at B:acs
Hawk Tower tomorrow. The meet
ing is to be preceaea oy a ainoer ai
1 o'clock. Paptrs are to be real as fo'
ot: AV.ssptic Sirgery." Dr. W. II.
Ludewig; 'The Trea'mnt of berious
and Violent Elusions Iato the P.url
Cv; is."Dr. W. F. Crawf rJ. and one
bv Dr. L. C. M jore oa s suojec. yet to
beseiecU-d. In his announcement of
the mieting secretary Es'.er says: "It
is erae:tly hpe l ht v va will aiten l
this meeting aecomoaaiel by your wife:
or if you are not blessed with tijat good
article, the rxt best thing, your 'bett
K ri,' as it is desired that it should be a
etnt serial occasion, as we;l as profit
able, proft'siona'.lT .
Netia i-oas were pro'.ically com
plete.! list evsniaij waereoy AM. W. F.
Scbroedtr, tte well known M '.ine avenae
griKitrymaa, disposes of his bmines to
MtS'rs. IIrrj G. Brooks anl Gjatav
Ttielrcan, and the new firm will proba
bly tke possession ia a day or two. Mr.
Schrotdr retires after S3 years' activity
in business pursuits. For 11 rears he
wa in the tooacc b;i-.in :ss and ihs pst
12 years he has bt-en er.pced ia th?
grocery lice. Thz memoirs of lha new
firm &re both well known. Mr. Broods
being the former assistant postmijter.arid
enjoys an extended acq'Jtiataic:: through
out the city. Mr. Tuielman has for some
time pset been ia the employ of Mr.
ScUroider an 1 in a Iditioa to his large ac
quaintnce has a thorough knowledge of
the buiicess. Success will a t doubt at
tend the young and energetic firm, as ia-
deid it should
A Nrvfr Failing Cur.
The following is stroag testimony to
the efficacy of the Morn 11 cure.and speaks
Portland, Maise. Sept. 6. This is
10 certift that I am 26 years of age. and
have been a constant and hard drinker
for about eight years. My business was
that of a druffeist. but bv reason of my
h&hito T Inst mv business, was out of
vnrb r.r1 unable to obtain a dom ion . I
ef.A to take the Morrell liquor
cure treatment under toe care oi ur joaa
. Pa!mftr on the ninth dav of last .u
gus'. and have continued it regularly.
Todav I say that I consider myself abso
Iutely cured I have no taste or desire for
liquor, and am in first rate condition to
go to woik again. The treatment has not
in any way interfered witn my oeaun.
and there has beea no soreness on
the arm, or any inconvenience to me in
nv w&v- I most heartilv commend the
Morrell cure treatment as a safe and sure
cure for toe liquor habit. It has cured
me. and I believe will cure anyone whs
will in good faith try it.
Johtj E Lynch.
State of Maise. t gg
Siened and sworn to by the above
named John E. Lvncb, this 6th day of
September, A. P. 1892 before me.
Edward M. Rand, -
Justice of the Peace.
Col. Elliott F. Sbeppard. of the New
York Mail and Express, has opened an
office in Gotham, where Morrell's liquor
cure will be experimented with on any
one willinz to risk it in the hope of get
ting rid cf bis passion for tanglefoot.
"Success depends upon the liberal r1,
ronage of printing offices. " Astor.
Military Tract Re-trnioo.
A large number from the ciy and vi
cinity will attend the Soldiers' and 8ail
ori" reunion r f the military trat which
occurs at Macomb Oit. 5"h, 6ta and 7 b.
Oa Wednesday afternooa the firjt day of
the reunion. Gov. F.f.r will speak, and
in the eyenisg Hon. Truman P!n'z will
deliver an address. Oa the following
day Judge AlUreld. Msj. R- W. Mo
Claughery and Gen. C. W. PaTev will
speak, and the camp fire at tijht will be
addressed by Col. Manh. Oa Friday
there will be addresses by Gen. J. C.
B:ack. William E M--oa and Gn.T. J.
Henderson. It promises to be one of the
largest gatherings of its kind ever held.
Fifth Ward Democrats.
The democrats of the Fifth ward are
requested to meet at tht ir headquarters
Thursday evenins, Sept. 29. h Busi
ness of importance to be transacted.
F. J. Staases. PreiJent.
rHR DAILY AKi" de:iTrel at yonr door
MJR BEST Hoom. 1407 Second avenue.
WANTED A gxxl girl at USi Third avenue;
good wage. .
117 ANTE 3 TWO LAU.'fDStY GIRL3 AT THE
If Kock I!and Hom.
WASTED AN ACTIVE AN O WIDE-AWAKE
toy Euqaire l ihit oSce.
rASTt'D A C")PE1
11 We!. ITuT Sixth Atto
OOHpET3NT H.HL. AT
WANTED COOK. 1T U.WS REf EK
11 ence. Apilj t Mrs. Boron! at the Lead
of Eighteenth Street.
ANTED A ir! for .eneral hoawork. Fonr
inf.m,ir ilatoe evkjI c.xk. -hsr mud
ijveer. WiitttI per week. V6 t iftli atesne.
-a'ANTED Eirnt. intel.leat UAj t e?iab-'
if V , 1.. , w n..-.- i.ti- i h,l
expr!euce 13 a iCK r -oai p-e'errevl; ca.l il eu.ie
Abt.MSDUK'.n,' 5i io ju per uj tr." .s
ulefirica. AuoJcr boii'cuul I nt. to.' iJrd
mreet, Dnvenport, low. pecjni fljor, rojm K.2U)
W p. Hi. Gecvrtl aent waited.
J?OR rcr.ovatii:" the
entire systea:, e!:;;. i Kiting
Z;I Fcisjn s frot:: Tilocii,
likethir cf scrofulous or
aration Lzs ro ecua!. . .
- Frr m :.V- tr- -r.:h 1 1 al
ezfui? y rc cn try f-n?:r. ::
f -. nr.J iy t-.-i i-Kal t':yr:.:.-:i.,
ti S. -S .V., ar-.J -u,is in:.r..y
tured after ustrts "
C. 15. V: I.i K. rt,
TREATISE cn lilrl and Skin
Dica'wa milled X:v..
1 he Jain tftfi: ic Co.,
loci'l yonr attention to a few facta:
Yoar eTe:sM i pr:ct'e The ere ni-ed good
care: improper periac:e- are :njirni,., yyj
hoaidrot tr-it yoar cye-:ght to irrcs-ponj.bie
peddiera of cheap -o-ctacies.
H D. FOLSOil
I a Praet'Cul Optician, and will tafce p;n to
properlv fit yoar eyei for eiery defect of vis-ion
nnd wi.l Kaarntee a jerfcct fit in every cae.
lll Ml ll id M I 1 ( , I . Irt MMS
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. &o Ammonia; No Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
It Vn t;ne !n iliia ?iamond fio-ir do not
appear equally black in a!l the different
that causes rien cns head-ache cr.d shood
be corrected t.t oci-e. Kyes tested free
Jeweler and Optician.
1615 and 1617 Second Avenue.
New styles oi
Some of the good things
we offer this week.
Moirk Kibb s No 22 (a few
pliers of No 40) all silk,
2c per yd.
When these are gone there
will be no more at that
Fancy Ribbjxs One lot No
22 (not all silk)
12c per yd.
6 shades at
75c per yd.
Same story cn tL-j-more
whn thes-1? ar-
LLUMIATE") DRESS Go Dj
Uc per yd.
GCIKA Hhravy rmj
soft, b-st fabric evrr iaii
fot the money,
lc per yd.
Shirtixo Flax.velj-ill Wool
2c per yd.
4 l-2c per yd.
It pays to trad with u?.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
GREAT B A.BGAINS
D. ROY BOWLBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Alwayx on hand the flnet brands of domestic
.nri imnor.d rivar. Ail brands of tobacco.
The score or all ".be ball games will be received
L. GLOCKHOFP, Prop.,
1525 and 1527
124, 126 and 128
OCKET KNIVES acd SCISSORS took the highest premium
for quality. If yon. want a good knife try one.
One need not be told what a nice present an elegant Carvia
Set like those I have to show wII be. Also those
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Every woman that keeps house wants one. Wrought boa
finish Fire Sets and Irons.
Acorn Stoves and Ranges
are the leaders made in Illinois for our soft coal and every one
gaaranteed. These are all good things to buy at Christmas or
any other time. Come in ani see how mucn I nave to show yon
that is useful and novel in housekeeping goods.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock TslaQd.
NOT HOW CHEAP BUT HOW GOOD!
Nowadays parents buying Boys' Clothing make an effort to get good goods not cheap, shoddy stuff.
Shoddy goods are high at a low price; a good article at a low price is what you want, and that is just what the
Are now prepared to show you. We have always made it a special feature to carry good goods only, and
while we have been successful in this direction we have never been in a position to show such an exceedingly
choice, perfect-fitting and superior made and trimmed line of
a at present An exceptionally choice line of novelties, positively a handsomer and larger line than ever at
correct prices, in fact better made, better trimmed and better fitting goods at lower price than you would
have to pay for infearior goods elsewhere. . . piAnlll
Comparison is convincing. May we have an opportunity of satisfying you as to the truthfulness of m
Headquarter for Boys' arid Children's Wearing Apparel.