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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1892.
Willi m H- Sberwood OA. 25.
Oylen and celery at Bonder & Sou '-Oj-t
cd celery l George Biowoer
Tbe ColamM recelriog new good
Clot bet piM lc per d. zn at the Col
umbia.. J. A. WilMn. of Rural, vti in be
Great atliaction at Harper'a theatre
8eet cider, honey, bockwbeat
George Browner & Co.
Vew canned poods arriving daily
George Browner & Co.
Red flan&el and underwear 75c a gar
ment, at the Columbia.
Earnest Sallow, of Adair, Iowa, is
here on a ris'it to frier d.
Miss Mm?eLe is no with J. H. C.
Pe'tr&en' 8odb in Davenport.
Postmaster Howard "Wens is confined
to bis house with pneumonia.
Fresh California canned goodj are ar
riTinR daily at 8 .uder & Son's.
Siberian crab., qninces. ea'ing and
cook in e apples at Souder & 8on's.
8 C Preston, of Kansas City, is in
R ck Inland on a short visit to friends.
Everyb.dy wants to bear Sherwood at
Harper's theatre neit Tuesday evening
8. 8. Dayis and wife bare gone to Chi
cago to attend the Columbian demonstra
tion. If you haven't alretdy done si. read
Loosley's caid. flf.h pager Plate sale
Now is your time to buy your wall pa
per. as tbe prices are as low as ever, at
Gjorge S ittliffv's.
A handsome aatoma'ic doll ornamen's
hj A .nkifM mithnntl Th readers of Ue A-BGCS will oe peasea
heir BoB-atUndacce at school being SJJ"1. .l
i uiara-c mat kicoxk " " " ..
root idered a case Of absence. ia all iu sue, and that is catarrh.
Aont Bridget's Baby company is with- j Hall'a Catarrh Cure is the only positive
oot doubt one of the bt-st attrac-iors out cnre now known to the medical fraternity.
ttfcjear. Tbej h-v .11 gcod people, j Catarrh being ?vgJr
1 ... , .' qaire a consututirtoai treatment, Hall s
with mw sougs. t Gmor, of , Ont.rrh Cure is tak-n ir.trcUy. acting
England, has some new &oogs to spring j directly opn tbe tl i and mucous eur
on the ptib'.-c. " J fsces of the system, thereby derroying
Ine K'ttnaalltn ot me o.isas, ma ividk
sb looms Ot tbe i J.s...,s in l.-inT
j i's work. Tbe proprietors have so much
jfsitb in lis curaiive powers, that they
' cB-t one btmdrt-d doil-.rs for anv case
I that it fails to cur-. Send for list of tes-
AU mmbrj of tbe Suv neon clu are
rfooesu-d fo d -et at
cljb tomorrow tvebi.-g a 8 o'clotk. es
t tsioeES tf iir pnriacce will come before
tbe Dieting. Eery member is nrjen-ly
rcq-JesU-d to te oresefct.
Farmer Burn who ha impressed
! noo iO mnny veil knon w.-es.lers the
F. J. Cheknet A Co . Toledo, O.
Sold by drugeifcts, 75
It is Prompt
, la its action. LH-in? vry
I c: tbi h ii not so tnii-a ct a farmer
afer all. in'ends to r- m-.-rz from hi Bisr
R.)ck farm to R-ck Ie.an.l for h winter.
Parties in tbe latter ci'y have t' cd.-red t-ocB right to the se of itm disease. Tbe
tbe u-e of a gymnasium, in wticn he J fkin is an absorben. and tk-s up tbi6
w.li teah the ar s of wrestling and box- 0:1 as the Ban doe vs'.jt, pt;in who
Davecport Dem ocrat. j have nsed it staiice tial ben brisklj
rubbed on the f--e for neuralgia, tbf
could taste it. It is in etd -i o'y as ari
-zte?nal app'ics.tioc, atid ct it is ha'm-
ttie poor man t
friend. Oily 85j a bo'ile.
CubtbCouh Cure Oa VJir.ute.
Tides on the Great Lakea.
It has been said there are no tides on the
the citv of Green Bay says there are tides f This wonderful rr-medy is known
cere, xte ureen dit people sra cenainoi i uiaun umiuou v-. -,
the tides, because they la7e seen them
and have been see in or them erer since they
lived here. The tidei come in the morning
and evening, and are highest at 7 a. m. and
7 p. m.. From 3 until 7 In the morning the
tide grad aally comes in. After that time
it begins to recede, and is at its lowest
point between 11 to 2:30. At the latter
tour the evening tide commences and it
rises continuously until 7 in the evening,
when it begins to recede. The height of
the tide varies at times a trifle, but it is
never less than five inches and seldom over
eight inches under ordinary circumstances.
Heavily laden boats of large size are de
tained frequently at this point during low
tide waiting for the tide to come in. Cap
tains are so certain that there isa tide that
they will wait for some hours to take ad
vantage of its movement before attempting
j If there is a tide in Green bay then there
is a tide on all the inland lakes. It may be
the cast show window of the London j too small to be measured, but it is there
I jut the same. Green bay is shaped not
Clothing company. j niike the uHy of Fundy, where the tides
The largest and finest assortment of n the Atlantic are compressed until they
wall paper and the best prices in the city j rise to enormous heights. It is not un
L . I reasonable to suppose that a tide of half an
is at George Butciin s. Jnch or an incb froni tbe wI(le Btretch of
. George 8utcliffJ is selling wall paper waters ea.st and west, reaching several
cheaper than any other wall paper mer
chant in the trinities.
Tbe partial eclipse of tbe sun is due at
10 50 tomorrow morning, and maj be
visible until 1:40 p. m.
Hon. Guy C. Scott, ct Aledo. and M.
J. McEairy speak at Illinois City Thurs
day evening, 0 :t. 27.
Colonel Ike Clement, of Chicago, wis
in the city this m rningon his way from
Cable, where he spoke last ni?ht.
Dr. and Mrs. A. B. McCandless, of
Fulton, Kan , are vuiiiog Dr. A. H.
McCandless and family in this city.
The Moline city council Las rtj-c'-eu
the proposition of the Brash company to
purchase ;he city's electric light plant.
Tbe registration yesterday resulted in
icrrwvi registration in al! tbe ward, anil
in the Fourth ward one woman applied.
C. F. Ljnde bas gone to northern
Iowa where he will join Tom Lflio, of
Milan, who is having f uch success bunting.
Low rates to New York. Buffalo,
Cleveland snd all principal points east
this and next month at McHufrh' ticket
O flic 3.
If you want something extra flae for
decorating your homes, parlors or claK
rooms on any ' evasion, remember Krell
& Ma'h haye it.
Tbe G-irnse7 squsre fountain t
shipped from Nw Y rk today. Tbe
carload of stone donated by Ar.hur Bur
Tell has been delivered.
Bright festooning at 5c a yard at Krell
& Math's. Everybody can and should
decorate at tbe prices we are selling dec
ations, at Krell & Math's.
Tbe Nw York Times, speaking o!
William II. 8herwood says. "lie plays
with a ts'e and floieh that distinguish
him as a musical scholar of tbe first rank."
C. R. Fredericks, electrical engioeer o!
the Street Railway company, left Monda
evening for Cincinnati to attend tbe con
vention of the American 8 reet Railway
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Culdwell de.ire
to express their thanks o Ibe many
friends who showed so much kindness
during tbe sickness and death of tbtir
little daughter, Jessie.
Frank Engelmann and J. W. Cayan
augh left this morning as delegates from
the two branches of the Western Catho
lic Union to the state convention which
convenes at Ottawa today.
Aunt Bridget's Baby company is called
the company of celebrities, ra they are
all good people, and Harper's theatre
should be filled as well as it was the
night Mr. Mills, of Texas, gave the pub
lic me fact.
Dr. Calvin Truesdale will be the chief
speaker at court house square Friday
afternoon in connection with tbe Catho
lic Columbian ceremonies. The board of
education is to be requested to permit
hundred miles from Georgian bay across
Lake Huron, through the straits of Mack
inac, across the foot of Lake Michigan and
up the long, narrov- bay, would be so com
pressed as to be at last perceptible. It
would be impossible to measure so small a
a tide, and scientific men would be justified
in denying altogether the existence of a
lake tide. Wisconsin Cor. Chicago Herald.
vegetr.' !e compound,
tirely cj roots ar. i herbs
5 made entirely ci roots ar. i herns
X gathered from fe forests of
Georgia, and has been used ry millions
of people with llie Lest rcjUi.s. It
JVA manner of Blood d's.: ases, from tbe
pestiferous little boil your i.os to
t';e vo'st cases of inb r'tcd b'oo l
t.Vmt, Fuch as Scrofula, Rheumatism,
Treatise on Wood and 5Vin Di"es mailed
tree. swift Specific Co.. Atiaou,ta.
An Indifferent Officer.
A frmrnnin(lunt writ itirp ' f tha lata
Lord Strathnairn, Rays be was the most
indolent, lackadaisical, lamrnid
who erer dawdled along Piccadilly
he was devastating central Iudia and win
ning the splendid victories that immor
talized his name he was so lazy that he
could not lie ot to dicta'e the dispatches
recording ! is own triumphs. Months
elapsed. lefore the.": documents could be
extracted from him, and then they were
brief and meager to the last degree. One
day, when !-ir Hugh IJ-v-e, he was enter
taining a gallant company to dinner dur
ing the crisis of the mutiny.
With the utmost sang froid he was de
lighting tboee near him with one ofhis
best anecdotes. In the middle of it his or
derly entered, and after saluting exclaim
ed, "We have captured 200 rebels, sir."
To him the general turned, and with that
elegant courtesy of manner on which he
prided himself, serenely replied, "Thank
you, sergeant." But the man still re
mained. Again interrupting bin chief, be
said, "Hut what are we to do with them,
"Oh," replied Sir Hugh, -vith a soft
smile, "hang them of course," and he re
sumed his anecdote.
In a little while Sir Hugh was again in
terrupted in the middle of another story
by tbe se-rgeaiit, who came in and said,
"IMcase, sir, we've bung the lot, sir." The
general turned, bowed slightly and in the
sweetest maimer lisped, "Thanks, sergeant
very many thanks," and then went on
with his anecdote as if nothing had hap
pened. Tliis story came to the ears of the
queen, and she was so angry that It nearly
cost Sir Hugh bis peerage. ?.Iillion
J. E- Montrose. Manager.
JCST ONE NIGHT
FRIDAY, Oct. 21st,
GEO. W. MONROE
In the Latest Tu-icd
Yon want to malve jour m( n- j 20 pieces stand nd dreaa pr nta
ey g" as far ;js it caa, dtiSt
you? We ttrnk we can help
'yjudothat. 2otic-j b-?it:
1 i pi?cf s whit- sbak-r fl ir-tel
Sc a Yard.
Sc a Yard.
THE SiVHSIDE OAK
wi'lieep fire all niht with soft coal;
will cot gns or sm k; h avy s'eel bodt;
Urge ash i an CsH r d tx tmine tbis
wosderfu' s tTi sold ry
New styles ot
10 pieo 8
Cloaks Our line ii complete
in ladies.' mines' and
cbildr-ii'5. lltvtf jou
eeen our lii- of i-i.9"
and f.l.CO jackets.
Sc a Yard.
We are heidqaartrra
eure this time for amies'
for capos, mufT-j, Cleo
Xatras, boss, rt- Get
prices e'eeL-re then
come to us.
GREAT B A.RGAINS
S-atj on ealc O t.
19;h at Harpe- rJoue Thar-
To Shov flarrlnan to the Rear.
Mr. Blaine thinks the way for Repub
licans to win is to pufdi protection and
reciprocity to the front. This means
that they fdionld shove Mr. Harrison and
bis liobtail administration to the rear.
I IT ... ,!.. -AAm. ik.
Oermnn National B wilding ar.d Is an Association,
IHR DAILY AKQU4 DSLIVtCKKD AT YOC
doot eer e." ntf for It He per week.
LX:l'KS:ONrt, HUN UNO, FI-HINO. BiAU
tifn' nnn-ezp'n Ive ven laoncbes for hire
low. BOO Tweuii to street.
IOST-A ISLACK CA-DMRKE ?nAWL BB
i iween the rtnitence of P It. Mlichfll and
BI"Ven'h street and Second avenue Return to
1 IB Second a. enoe.
WANTED EvnM, Intel'ieent lady t eatab
l;h a itooJ Duvinif b m n ma: one haviair bad
exp.;rienc in aelc r on p e "erred ; call at anile
a, McuaiuugQ o oca Usveniiort. 1 mi,
AOKNTSmakln to S10 per day selli'ie the
Klectrical Won lr hom hoi 1 want. 509 Brady
atreet. Davenport. Iw. second 11 jor. room 9. ao
Op m. Oe eral oftent wanted.
SALESMEN WANTEO TO TRAVEL IN SH5
loandinK llvtrictH, bv te m or otherwiv, n
Itri I i order on to .ml-ion fiom retail dealers
for rnhb r boi.ts nd ah es to b shipped direct
from facorv. Tho e a ready traveling with Br
other line of gcoda could make this a va'nable
addition o their bnain -fs. Add es stating par
ttcul.rsand rfrences, Co cheater Bobber Co.,
Col hes'er. Conn.
The onlx-Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used in MHlions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
Burtis Opera House,
WEDNESDAY, OCT., 19TH-
CHABLES FKOilM AN'S rri'liant Ct nipny
the Qntn of C'oa ei.ef.
9. ROY BOWLBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
1525 and 1527
?4, 126 and 128
-Base" Fall Headquarters. -
'J ' trU fl
8!)0 Nig ts in N.-w York.
25 Wetk in Phil idtlwbi.
12 V7ek In Chicago.
Prices f l.Otl, 75, BO and SB ren"f : sea' aaV at
Thomat-' druiMnre in1 at Flukea, 1 tleph ne No.
90 Mondaj m rn ng, Oct. 17.
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
lwaya on han-i the finest b-andp of do- eft:c
and imtor".d citara AH b an 1 of tohcco
The score of ail '.he ball gnmes will be rt ccived
L. GLOC FHOFP, Prop.,
1S-08 Secoud Avenoo,
OCKKT FJC1VES atd SCISSORS took the highest preminre
for qnahty. If you vvant a eood knife try one.
One need cot be told what a nice present an elegant Carvin?
Set like those I have to show w:ll be. Also those
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
ery worran that keeps honse wants one. Wrought Iron
Fire Sets and Iron?.
Acer Stoves and Ranges
ar the leaders made in Illinois for our soft coal and every one
g taranted. 1 heae are all good things to buy at Christmas or
any othei time. Come in -an I see how much I have to show you
that is u3'-f.il and novel ia housekeeping goods.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock T8land.
Cheap as Dirt! sut Not pirt-
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.
Children's Suits :
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, $5.00, $6.50, $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 MEN'S SUITS at $ 98 to $9.90. While in Underwear
you never saw such excellent values. JU1 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 econd Ave., 116 to 122 Eighteenth St.