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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1892.
Lantern's cf U kinds at Tftjlor's.
Flags! Fiazs!! FlagsIH at Taylor's.
Horns! horns'.! horn?!!! at Taylor's
Freh fl'h and Oj6te s at Saiaiers'.
Conor.1 andCatawbi grp f tLoDes.
Oysters atd fresh fish at S udtr &
Quinces and sweet appUs at Souder &
Maple syrup, honey an J buckwheat at
Decorate tomorrow in honor of Sena
Go to R. Crampton & Co's. fr win
Senator R. Q. Mills spetks at Harptr'a
Erery boT should mke n eS. rt to
win The AR6C9 priz.
ice celery, fresh oyster acd n.h at
Georse Browner & Co.'s.
1'ick.iinz pears, quince?. S'veet amJ
crab apples at Sorr mers".
Democrats turn out and eel flS,
lac'erns and fire works at Taylor's
Fsocy peaches, bettrr q!clit? and
lower pr'ces than lvt week at L'.ng's.
P-ia ingrain wll paper, wi'h h.nr?
eome frinc; to match at R Crmpt)n &
Have you esstnined the Rret 6tr:ck cf
books recently received by R. Crampton
& Co T
Pocket books and cnrd c ises in end'
less variety, iust received by R. Cramp
ton fc Co.
A bright bouncing boy has arrived at
the home of John Beselin acd wife, 1503
Every body should decorate tomorrow
in honor cf one of America' foremost
statesmen, Roger Q. Mills.
Mr. and Mrs. John Crubaucb. and Mrs.
Charles McHugh and daughter Mis Dolly
have returned from the east.
Window shades plain and figured
with and without fringe, six and (even
feet long. 45 and 60 j. at Crampton's.
aovemoer i, hb augus gives a prize
ot a sail of clothes to (he boy bringing in
the most new subscribers. Evtry boy
should strive for it.
The large plate glass for ex-Mayor
C arse's handsome store front, have ar
rived, and are cow in place, which gives
the new store a very metropolitan ap
pearance. Liveryman W. J. Kerr is in receipt of
a letter from J. L. Dickey, of Kemper
Hall, Davenport.statiog that he will have
use for one of Mr. Kerr's black saddle
horses for the parade in Chicago the
21st, and will make arrangements for
shipping as soon as possible.
A.G children oyer nine yeara of age en
titled to the benefits of the Industrial
school are requested to meet at the old
High school building at 2 o'clock Satur
day afternoon, Oct. 22. The school will
then be organized for the year's work,
acd all ladies who can aseiet in it will be
more than welcome.
Tte alarm sent int the 3 re department
last eight was from box 72 in the east
end of the city, and the department on ar
rivinz there found the key in the box and
no fire. A big pile of brush was burning
on the hill to the south which may
have deluded some one into the belief
that there was a fire in one of the bouses
in that vicinity.
GOING TO CHICAGO.
Sportaoular r.rniv.l of MrcHantA.
Th? L-.dies Society of the First M. E
church. Las arranged to give Rockwell
anJ Thompson's Carnivil of Merchants
at the oper house Wedaesiay and Thurs
day. Oct 19 ani 20.
eariy every town ot any consequence
has h-id a Merchants' Carnival, but the
modern carnival is something altogether
new and different from the old style trade
carnival, being given entirely on the
stage in three acts, introduc ng many
chances of scenery, beautiful stage set
lings, etc.. in a manner strictly profes
About 60 of the leading merchants will
be represented by as many of Rock Isl
anus society young ladies, each ar
rayed in fanciful costumes symbolical
of the firm she advertises, carrying
pretty banners bearing the firm's name,
going through fancy drills and marches.
oeautirn: tableaux, and funny panto-
mines, many special features being in
troduced giving opportunity for some
very novel, unique, artistic and elegant
displays The beauty of the ladies, the
rich and varying colors worn by them in
the grand spectacular pageant enhanced
by beautiful and delightful calcium light
effects, is a vision of fairy land, a tale of
enchantment un paralleled in brilliancy
and splendor; making an evening's en
tertainment of mirth, fun, music and
beauty. It is hoped everyone will assist
n making this the greatest event of the
season and a success for the society.
Wait for this the greatest spectacuUr
and society event of tbe seasoa.
Mrs- Maria Dogeboom widow of the
late Rsv. George Ilogeboom and mother
of Mrs. Harvey Kingsbury die 1 at the
home of the latter at t3)0 Third avenue
last night aged 83 year-i. Mrs. Hogeboom
formerly resided at Mineral, 111., where
her busrjiud dbd fle years ago, ssccj
which time she has made her h ime with
Ler daughter Mrs. Kicgsbury, who is the
only surviving child. Mrs. Ilogeboom
was possessed of a kind gentle disposi
tion and her mmy kindly acts hud made
her many friends who will sincerely
mourn her loss.
The funeral occurs from the residence
at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon and
the remains will be interred beside of those
ol her husband in Cnippianock ceme
The funeral of the late Miss Mary Rus
sell occured from the late family home.
308 Twentieth street, at 9 o'clock this
morning, to St. Joseph's Catholic church,
R.v. Father Mackin officiating. It was
largely attended and the interment wbb
made in the Catholic cemetery. The fol
lowing were pall bearers: Michael Murrin,
J.E Reidv, John Dolly, J. Ilarran, James
Darnell and Daniel Sullivan.
Johnny, the little son of Mrs. Lizzie
Margaralb, died at his mother's home at
Tenth street and Eighth ayesue, at 8:55
o'clock last evening of pneumonia, aged
5 years and 5 months. The funeral oc
curs from the late home at 2 o'clock to
Kirtrt of the Rifle to Accompany Com
pany R of Darenport to the Colombian
Celrbrat Ion .
Fifteen members of tbe Roiman Rifles
Company A of the Illinois 2Jlional
Gur1. of this city will accompany Com
pany B of Davenport to the Coiumbiaa
festivities at Chicago one week from t
m."rrow. ibe Davenport compacv has
not the number sufficient to make a com
plete company roster, and the R'fljs were
courteously invited to fill H out. They
accepted acd 15 will go under their pre.
per rank, wearine their own uniforms,
but usio the Divenoort helmets, side
arms and suns. Those from the Rifle
who will accompany Company B are:
Second Liejenant E M.Cook.
Sergeants William Johnson, Frank
Corpora's A.B Zis.E K Iglehart.
Privves J. Serene. F.Anthony, B
Laton'. V Von Koec.ri'z, R. Johnston
Wai-tr Ycburv, George Flood, A Hartz,
E. Snyder. J.Hnrtz.
The bitialioa of low militia compan
ies inc! j'liDg C orcpasy B leaves Daven
port next T'lesday evenioe
LATEST SOCIETY EVENT.
Hon. E. W. Hurst and M. J. McEniry
spoke at Hampton to an immense outpour-
ng ot people last evening. Tonight they
talk at Edgington.
William McEniry has received an invi
tation to speak at Aledo on the 20:b,
hen G .n. Palmer wd! be there, and will
accept tbe invitation.
TtiC Oemocrats of the first ward are all
nvited Jo meet with those of the Second
ward a. Paoenix hose h uje tomorrow.
night where plenty of torches for all will
bo f.iund. Tr.e Plow company band will
escort the cluhs t;p to the Third ward
nea'lqirters at Turner hall.
Circuit Court Culling;.
The jury ia the case of William Brooks
charged with burglarizing Dixon's tailor-
ng e 6thblishriient, went to the i'lry last
evening, end this mornmg a vera'.ct or
uilty was returmd, and the penalty
fixed at Ure; yers in tbe penitentiary.
The case of Treason vs. Weaver is r.ow
PuMishcd on behalf of Hood's Sarsapa-
rilia ara hs reliable ed'1 bp w .rihy your
confidence as if they came from your
best and most, tru.vttfrf neighbor. They
stute only the simple facts in regard to
what Hood's Sirrapiirilla h s done, al
ways within tru'.b and reason.
Constipation si d all troubles with the
digestive organ arid tbe liver are cured
by Hood 8 Piils. Lnt quailed as a dinner
Milet' Nerve a.nd Liver Pilla.
Act on a new principie regulating the
liver, stomach and bowels through the
nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles'
Pills speedily cure billiousness, bad taste,
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Un
equalled for men, women, children.
Suallest, mildest, surest! 50 doses 25
cents. Samples free at Hartz & Bahn-sen's.
Hotice to Contractors.
Sealed proposals will be received by
the Young Men's Christian Association
until November 1st, 1S32. for labor and
material required to complete tha build
ing of saivl association at R Isl-tud.
1.1. Copies of drin2 and specifica
tions can be hd at the office of the asso
ciation on and after tbW dite. Contrac
tors are r quested to make separate pro
posals for finishing ry Feb. 1st or by
May 1st, 1893 Bid will a!a be received
for equipping the building eitht-r with
team or hit water systet. of beating.
Contractors are invited t ba present at
tbe opening of bids and the a-s.ciation
reserves the right to reject any or all
proposals. George C. Blaksi.ee.
Oct. 12, 1893 S;- r.tiry.
Kree! Kree! !
The Kickapoo Indian .Medicine com
pany is now at the Wagner opera house,
Moline, presenting ecb niU. their inimita
ble concert and minttrel entertainment. A
cordial invitation is extended to every
one. Each Wednesday and Saturday
nizh. they also give their pttr n beauti
ful presents. Visit their ecterttiarcants
at night acd call on the Icdim decors
during the day if you sufT-r wita chror.ic
or other diseases. Consoitaiion at.j ex
amination absolutely free. Oa
from 9 a. m. to 5 o m
rseeds assistance it may be we. I t? ren
der it promptly, but one should romer -
bcr to use ODly las most lierftt-i ieme
dits only when needed. Th-j bent and
most simp'e and t'entie remedy i the
Syrup of Figs, manufactured bv the Ci
iforcia Fig Sjrup Co.
TIB K DAILY A KG Us DlSLlvEttKD AT YOU i
a, door every ereuin lor lvtc per week.
nXCUKSIONS, HUNTING, HIliNG. BSAl"
ij tifa' oon-exp!o-ive ocean launches for h re
low. JO lwcnuctB etreel.
U,TAN TED J TEAMS TO WORK ON II EN
f nepinona!; tbree u.onths' work; c-od wagee.
Apply and wori H miie west of Milan. W. ii.
C. W. Hivoi Camp Attention.
All neighbors are curdiallv invited to
attend tbe first annual ball of C. W.
Hawes' Camp No. 1550, M. W. of A., at
Armory hall, Friday evening next.
Special invitation is ext-nded to members
of neighboring camps. T. H. Ellis.
J. W. Wilson, Sec. of Com.
yj" rlnillbiL s
nn AS TED Earnest, intelligent lady t etb
V ff lish a gnol payiue bnio:;one having had
experience in a tick r om pre 'erred; cail at eu.te
3, McCnllongh bioca. Davenport. Iowa.
AGENTS making 5 to SlO per day celling tbe
Ulectrical Wonder honseboll want. 509 Brady
treeU DavenoorU Iowa, eecond floor, tvom . a to
9 p. m. General agent wanted.
jRP. EVIDENCE That the blood is
wrong, end that nature is endtav
erring to throw off the impurities.
A'otning is so bmeficial in assisting
nature as Swift s Specific (S. S. S.)
It is a simple vegetable compound, is
harmless to the most delicate child, yet
it forces the poison to the surface and
eliminates it from the blood.
I contracted a severe care of blood poison
that unfitted me for business for four years. A
few bottles of Swift's Specific (S. S. B.) co-d
Treatise on T.lond and Skin Diseaes mailed
free. S wirr r acivic Co, Atlanta, Oa.
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Calf, Sid or Goat,
Heels or Spring Heels,
Oxford or -Button,
Ladies, hisses and Children's
Shoes for Everybody !
How cheap ttey are; cur t-very
offer a rarfitin; examine and
be convinced Satisfaction
Shoe Store. 307 Twentieth street, Ilork Ulanl.
Special Cloak Sale
THE B1VERSIDE OAK
will keep fire all nii-tit wi'h soft coai;
wiil cot ens or tm fee; Laav? s! bodf ;
U'ge ftsh 1 an Ctil snd examine tbis
tvocdeifa! S'ove ?old by
New styles of
Thursday of this week, OcL 13
one of toe largest cloak
manufacturers ;. in the
United States will display
their ent;re line in our cloak
department. Orders will be
taken and many garments
will be delivered at once
Lowest prices will be made
and it will be an opportun
ity that any lady expecting
to parcnase a cloak can not
afford to irase.
Thursday, Oct 13.
In the mjan tim- we wi ,
cloak department h Z
with the latest anl 1
, madrt eraTmenta for la
Special fV&ala Cloak
Oct. 13, Thursday.
ROCK ISLAND, HL.
GREAT B AJRGAINS
D. ROY BOWLBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
1525 and 1527
124, 126 and 128
Cigar Store and Billiard. Parlor.
jl'ayon han l the nrt brr.d of doet'c
8rrl imjtor-.'d ci.&r. A 1 b'fcn- of tobicco
The fcorc of aii i.m baH ;racj will be received
L. GLOCKHOPF, Prop.,
lw.H StconJ 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 nice present an elegant Carving
Set like those I have to show wU be. Also those
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Every woman that keeps house wants one. Wrought Iron
finish Fire Sets and Irons.
Acorn Stoves and Ranges
ar the leadeis made in Illinois for our soft coal and every one
'iarant-ed. Ihese are all good things to buy at Christmas or
othe; time. Come in and see how much I have to show yon
that is useful and novel in housekeeping goods.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock Tsjand.
Cheap as Dir
But Not Cheap Dirt.
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Uswd in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
We have just received, unpacked, marked out a number of Clothing bargains in Boys' suits that will
do your heart as well as your purse good to see.
The above quotations are for good, honest, well made goods, just the class of goods you like to buy
your boys for school wear and just such qualities as we can confidently recommend.
OUR LINE OF MEN'S OVERCOATS, $2.00, $.00, $6.0, $8.90 and $10.00, give us cause to brag,
but there is no necessity for that. We do not pretend to give goods away, but we can sell goods cheap,
and WE DO. Some extraordinary bargains in AEN'S SUITS at $3 98 to $9.90. While in Underwear
you never saw such excellent values. All of our Clothing is direct from New York and Baltimore man
ufacturers. We do not handle Rochester combine nor prison-made stuff.
The Old and Tried and Not Found Wanting.
1729 Second Ave., 116 to 122 Eighteenth St.