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Brilliantly Inaugurated by Mr.
and Mrs. E. H. Guyer.
A KECZPTION TO TKI-CITT IBIESPS.
Jastoria is Dr. Samuel Pitckrs prescription for InfAnts
and Children. It contuu Kitkor Oyi umi, BI orphan nor
other Narcotic nubttakc. It is kratlc substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Sootkix- Syrmp, ud Castor Oil.
It is Pleasamt. Its gntruia is tkirty years' usm by
Millions of Mother. Castoria, destroys "Worms and allays
feverisbness. Castoria prevents Yomiti Sour Curd,
cures IMarrhre and Wiad Colic. Castoria rolievt
teething troubles, cures constipation aud flatulency.
Castoria assimilates tke food, regulates tke stomach,
and bowels, cirinff bealtky and natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Children's Panacea tko Mother's Friend.
"Castoria is au excellent mUcit for chil
dren. Mothers hve repat-.Uy told ma of its
good eff-.-ct upon their children."
Ia. G. C. Ouna,
Cartria Is the bet remedy for ehilde of
which I ntn scvj-.ialnted. I hop tae dv is o
f at di'.apt -when mothers will ccasMsr th real
Itteres: of their children, and uss Caswia ia
sreaJ of the various quack nostrums which ar
destrovitsi: th.ir loved ones, bv fore icj opium ,
morphine, soothing svrup and oth.r huxtid
sheets down their throats, thereby seadinj
them to prematura gravea."
Db. J. F. KlKCBBIXM,
" rul w'a ia so rf! a-'.xpted tocUIVlren that
I roccrutueu '. ii assu'erior toauy prescriptioa
known to mo."
II. A. Aaoa,K. D.,
li: So, Oxford St., Pnwklyn, X. T.
" Otir physicians in the children's depart
ment have spokJn highly of thir rv
ence in their outsido practice with Castoria,
and although we ouly hare aroeag- .
medical supplies what is knows as rfTir
products, yet we ars free) to confsss tkat las
merits of Castoria has won us to look wii
favor upon it."
UntTBD ITosPrTAL AKB DltPINSABT.
Bos to, Mus.
Aun C, Srr. ir..
The Stan.Iarrt Club liooms the Scvne of an
Klatwrate Affair Last Kveniuf; A Large
Number Keeelved and Handsomely Enter
tainedWho Were Present.
The elaborately furnished roams of the
Standard club on the third floor of the
Krell & Math building was the tcece of a
brilliant social affsir lt evening. In
response to cards sent out a large num
ber of the friends in the three cities of Mr.
and Mrs. . II. Guyer assembled, and
were royaly entertained. The rooms are
handsomely appointed for affairs of the
kind and the luxuriant furnishings to
gether with the variety of beautiful cos-
tomes worn presented a very pretty ap
pearance last night. Excellent music by
S'.rasser's orchestra enlivened the occa
sion and the guests spent several hours
in dancing. During the evening refresh
ments wece 6erved by Caterers Krell &
Math on the second floor atid the affair
proved one of the most enioyable that
has occurred in the city.
The following were present:
Me??rs and Mesdamet
The Centemr Compear, TX Murray Street, New York City.
Telephone 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
R. G. Hudson.
M. J. PaRKEB.
HUDSON & PARKER,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
All kinds of Carpentering promptly attended to.
lurmsuea wnen arsirea.
Shop cor. First ave nrd tV'venteenth u . Rock Island
EVERY FOND MOTHER
is anxious to have her son nicely clothed the year
around. But especially is she desirous of having
him comfortably dressed when the autumnal tints
announce the close approach of winter. The
Daily Argus has determined to relieve the solici
tude of some one mother in Rock Island regard-
ing tne wearing appam ui nci sun
for the coming cold weather. But
he who wears the clothes must
win them. This is the way he
lean secure them: By soliciting
suDScnoers iur iHt laili akuuj.
A. NT OFFEJ
To the boy who brings to this
office prior to November 1st, 1892,
the greatest number of the ap
pended subscription order blanks,
signed and filled out by a respon
sible person not already a regular
THE DAILY ARGUS,
will be given a suit of clothes:
?1RG US OFFICE, City:-
Please have the DAILY ARGUS delivered i
pj to me at
until further notice.
Boys, here is a chance to earn a suit of
clothes easily. Let every enterprising boy strive
for the prize.
NOTICE TO CONTESTANTS Subscriptions for
this contest will only be counted when handed in on
one of the above blanks. None will be printed except
those appearing in THE DAILY ARGUS. If the paper
received at your home does not furnish enough blanks
orders, your neighbor will undoubtedly allow you to
clip this essential matter from his.
Who will be the first to send in a name?
II. mi Adams,
K. I. Hull.
h. A . Donal Jou,
W . A. 1 .nil,
f C. Triiedale.
t . W. Lyon.
1.. M. Allen.
S. . ttuvt-r,
C. 11. Deere.
T. J. Buford.
L. S . McCabt.
H. . Warner.
i". W. Vos,
W. 11 . Keck,
O . L. Kvter,
W. L. Allen,
C. C. Carter,
tl. W. Frej "infer.
t. W vman.
Jeie Mnrphv, Porothv ai fatten,
.Varirarei Ia'i, Mae Blanding.
Lizzie Denkuiar.n, Hope Curtis,
Amis Ioore, Iiavis.
Lilv 1'restou. Johnston,
belle Itallard, Iloyt.
Frea J Kinney,
E H Kreis.
J F. Hnwthoriie.
W II Marshall,
Will Myi r.
W U Ludewic
John Van I'suen.
J P Cooietrys,
W "M Keck.
Knjoli h Weyertsnser,
For Revenue Only."
Tonight at Harper's taeatre Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Nobles will pre?ent their
great political comtdy. "For Hevenue
OdIv . " There are no actors on the stage
in which the public is more interested
than in Mr. and Mrs. Nobles. The home
life of Mr. Nobles and his handsome and
accom ollied joung wife is just wha
would be imagined of a man of his tastes
and quiet character. He owns a lovely
home in Brooklyn, and a quiet little cot'
tage on the Shrewsbury river for his
summer recreations. He has two lovely
young children, a son and daughter. Mr
Nobles married at 36, and is just
vears oldt r than bis wife. Mr. Nobles i
a wes'ern nan, raised in Minnesota, fl
entered trc array at 16. and served two
yei.rs as a private soldier in the Elev
enth Wisconsin infantry, serving unde
Grant at Vicksburg. lie is an enthus
iuatic grand army man, and a member of
U. S. Grant Post, 327, department of
New York. Mr. Nobles msde his Crs
appearance as an actor at Leaven worth,
Kan., on Sept. 7, 1867. under the man
Rtrrmint. of the late Susan Denin. He
began as a "utility man" and worked hi
way up as nearly all successful stars have
done. Long may he shine!
Killed on the Track.
Laat night the passenger train on the
Milwaukee ran over a man about half
mile north of Donahue, killing him in
etantly. Conductor Templeton tele
graphed te Coroner McCortney, who
ordered the body brought to Davenport
and placed in the care of Undertaker
Boise. The unfortunate man was about
40 or 45 ye&rs of age, medium size, full
black beard. He could speak German
although people in and about El
drigo. where he has been Been
lately, say that he is n Russian. En
gincer George Greene states that he
was on the trick and walking toward the
train and was only about 3 car length
in front of the ongine when he first no
ticed him and was apparently sound
asleep. He bad an old-fashioned carpet
bag in one hand and a dinner bucket in
the other. It is said that be was not in
his right mind, bat that would not ac
count for his walking directly into
swiftly moving locomotive. The only
possible explanation is that given by En
gineer Greene that the poor fellow was
sound asleep, probably tired out with
Advertised List No. 30.
i List of letters uncalled for at the Postofnce at
Rock island. 111., bept. 80, 1898:
Ogden Edward (8)
Bwlney J O Mrs
SbeDard W B
Thurman Annie Hiss
White X A
Wsgner P B
HOWARD WELLS. F. M.
Anderson Geo W
Brnnson b Mr
Bent Joseph (3)
Oinsps J C
Jones Lizzie Hiss
Nerathrhraw J N
Card of Thanks.
To all who so kindly lent assistance
and to the Ladies' Relief Corps in partic
ular and friends and neighbors, I wish to
express my sincere thanks (or the kind
ness shown daring my late bereavement.
For $1 50
Kid shoes M. & K.
"For Revenue Oalv! at the theatre to-
C. W. Daniels of Alton, is in the city
on a short visit.
25: for f 1 quality red knit all wool un
derwear M.A K.
Milton Nobles' new play '"For Revenue
Only." at the theatre tonight.
Dr. E. H. Bowman of Andalusia was
in the city yesterday a few hours.
Tompson Boney of Buffalo Prairie, was
n the city a short while yesterday .
Pleasure and ecomomy combined in
buying boys' clothing at the M. & K.
Blue line motor 42 was disabled down
town and taken to the barns for repairs.
The Industrial School of Trinit Mission
wiil open Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Charles J. Davis of Manhattan, Ks.,
is making friends and relatives in the city
an extended visit.
The ''Revenue Only" movement will be
fully and entertainingly explained at Har
per's theatre tonight.
Always order brick ice cream for you
party. Three kinds in each brick
rrell & Math cac supply you.
Miss Emma Eline who has been making
her home in the citv the past year left
yesterday for her home at Tyrone, Pa. -
Docksted'.r's minstrels appear at the
Burtis at Davenport tomorrow night.
Seats may be secured at Thomas,' drug
CLarles Engel yesterday laid the first
brick of the ' walks in Garnsey Squsre
and the work will now be pushed to com
Nigbt Captain Kramer and Officers
Mulqueen and Carlson returned last night
from Peoria, where they were on duty at
the state fair.
The friends of Harry Davenport will
be pained to learn that he is lying very ill
at his home in West Davenport with
Mrs. Mary Cable returned from Wilton
this morning, accompanied by her s-e-ter,
Mrs. Johnson. They go to St. Louis
tomorrow night to visit Mrs. G A. Cas-
There is a more prominent personage
in one Rock Island home today than Gov
Fifer it is a bright little son that has ar
rived at the home of Louis Mosenfelder
The republicans have had their demon
stratioa this afternoon.' Tonight the
third party will be on hand at Harper's
theatre when Mr. Koowall will ive hie
views of political topics.
Many will be pleased to learn that
there has been a decided improvement in
the condition of Mr?. Catherine Wivill.
the vegetable mother of Magistrate H. O.
Wiyill, and hopes are entertained of her
ultimate recovery .
W. J. Cluskey of Denver, who has
been in Rock Island visiting old frun Is
returned home last night, accompanied
by his sistar, Mrs. S. Fenwick, whvse
future home will be there, her husimnd
having taken a run on the Rock Island
road out of that city.
A. W. Markell. of Chicago, has organ
ized in Moline a first class branch ofli
of the Mississippi Valley nomesttad and
Loan ci mpanv, in connection with which
wiil lie conducted the agency for the
Home Life company, of which W. R
Moore is to be president and G. W Glca
son as agent for Rock It-land county.
A Chicago paper has the following which
will be of interest to many Rock Island
peoule: "A reception in honor of Mrs
Howard Murphy's twenty-fourth birth
day wasgivtn at her house. 4S54 Dear
born street, last evenii-g. She was a?'
sisted by her Fistt-r, 3race Shrauger, and
the Misses Thomas. Covers were laid
The democrats of South Rock Island
are making preparations for a flag rais
ing tomorrow nigbt. a brand new banner
having been purchased which will be
floated across the Milan road between the
Dingledine and Jena' places. The Slev
enson and Sunny side clubs are expected
to attend, and there will also be good
The republican city administration
made an effort at having Market Square
and the other pavements of tbe city
cleaned yesterday, in honor of the visi
of Governor Fifer and his crowd. What
a gloriouB thing it would be for Rock
Island if the republicans would have a
big blowout more frequently. The ad
ministration might get so in the habit of
cleaning up that the job would possibly
be done well after a time.
. There was a happy double wedding at
the residence of Patrick Looney and
wife in Ottawa on Wednesday at high
noon, in which their daughter. Miss Mar
guerite, was united in marriage with
Michael Prcndergast. a prominent young
furniture dealer of Streator, and their
son, John P. Looney, tbe well knon at
torney of this city, was wedded to Miss
Nora O'Connor. The ceremony was in
the nature of a surprise, Mh-s O'Connor
and Mr. Looney having acted as brides,
maid and best man respectively, at the
Prendrgast Looney nuptials, and after
the congratulatory season was over were
themselves united in holy bonds. It was
a very happy affair all around, and Mr.
and sirs. Looney will make their home
in this city.
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Roek Island Savings Bank,
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Open daily from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Saturday cvonlntrs from 7 to S o'clock.
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cities. Suits made to your measure from t20 to $40; Trou
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