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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY. NOVEMBEK 4, 1802.
S'eTenon club tonignt. -
Fine grapes and oysters aDd celery at
Nice honey and delicious maple syrup
The finest cut in the city at the Col
umbia meat market.
Grapes, bananas and fine eating apples
Fresh cranberries at Cohn's, 1513 Sec
Try some of that fine Java Mocha of.
fee at Cohn's.
Fine Holland herrin? at Cohn's, 1513
8 cond avenue
Java and Mocha coffee at Cohn's, 1513
Buy your flour at Cohn's. Best goods
at lowest prices-
0?Bt-is. celery, cranberies and sweet
potatoes at Sommers".
Oyster soup lunch on Saturday sight
at Henry Detsenroh"s.
John Hanna. of Ornn, was in the city
yesterday on business.
Stevenson club members will meet at
the rooms at 7:15 this evening.
W. J. Edwards, of Harrisburg, Pa , is
visiting Rock IsUnd friends
Harry Armstrong, of Kansas City, is
in the city on a short visit to friends.
Miss Dode Frey, of Minneapolis, is in
the city yisiting her friend, Miss Eva
Gilmore's band went out over the C.
M. & St. P. this morning in two spec al
Tne Jones' musical family is home for
a few days' reet from a successful tour,
before going north.
The Missionary Guild of St. Paul
meets at Trinity church tonight, the ves
try meeting at tut rectory.
Lost A poekethook containing $43 oa
ur per Seventh avenue. Finder return to
this t.fflre nnd receive a liberal reward.
All members of the Young Men's tf"ev
enson C ub are requested to nuet at tbt
rooms promptly at S 15 this evetiicg for
a turn out.
St Joseph's fair and festival, tlisit his
been in progress at Armory ball the ptt-t
10 diys. r.l iseil last night. It was qinte
ii'wrt'lv nntrorize.1 acd netted a neat
sum t the church .
Send yr ur orders for gime, fir-h. lo'.i,
sters. clambs. shell hnd canned ovsUr
to Harry Sun th-'s. 1S19 Stcord uve-nue.
Telephone 1017. O.-ders for wiid tur
keys tski-n for Thanksgiving.
The Y. W. C. T. U will meet (wair
row a. 3 30 p. m. in the Y. M C. A
rooms. The delegate from the state con
vention has a very interes'ing report t
make. All young Indies will be wel
We take pleasure in announcing to the
public tb.4t on Saturday, Nov. 5th, we
will open oar house furnishing and holi
dty goods departme'-'s in the basement
t,t our new s'ore. corner Second and
Mt.in streets. Davenport.
We have devoied the entire room,
104x150 feet to these magnificent collec-
ions of novel and useful articles, satis
fieJ that the trade will pronounce our
stock and prices the? best and cheapest
ever shown iu any depancoent store in
tte enfre nor'fcvpf .
All imported goods have been boujht
di'ect from the imptirters (our orders hav
ing been placed eight months ago) and all
dosocBiic goods were purchased direct
from the manufacturers thereby avoiding
The profit on these goods is so ex
tremely reasonable that we can safe.y
claim lower prices than eyer made before
on this class of goods t '
We anticipate a tremendous sale in
a Hove named departments and as runy
ot these articles cannot be replaced this
season, we would respectfully advse our
mmy friends to avail themselves ot this
opportunity by calling earlv-
We will not attempt to enumerate the
different lines ot goods which will be
found in these new and great depart
men s. l ut just mention th fact that you
will And ar icles uefi 1 a d ornai e Ual
suitable for men, women and children in
the largest variety and the lowest prices.
Call and see for yourself. Respectfully,
J. H C. Petersen's Sons
The Y. M. C. A. has made arrange
ments to receive full election re urcs
next Tuet-eiay night. A special con-mit
tee consisting of J. W. We'ch, E. B.
McEnwo and H. N. Ilanton will have
?he matter in charge sod will provide f.ir
music during the evening. CorTee ain:
sindwiche-8 will al" he served to nil vh
cull Y mng men vs..i find 'his an at
tracive piace tr spend the evening.
Thomas Long and Miss Eliz Willis
were united in marriage by Judge Adams
. at the court house, yesterday afternooD.
B :h are residents of this city and they
will make their home here.
Henry C. Inamelt and Miss Paulir.a
Moeller were joined in matrimonial alli
ance by Rev. W. S. Marquis of the
Broadway Presbyterian church at 8
o'clock Kst evening in a handsomely fur
nished cottage in South Park which they
will occupy as their future home. It was
a happy affair and was witnessed by a
large number of relatives and friends.
That Open I-etter.
The "open letter to the man of the
house" in last night's Aiiius seems to
have waked him up. I believe torn or
row's dinner set sale will be a success.
People who haven't noticed it before,
will find the sale described iu my regular
advertising space, fifth page of this
paper, G. M. Loos ley
rhe Picturesque Italian.
Coniil$ along Broadway the other even
ing nt dsk 1 watched the thrifty Italidiis
; trundling their empty c-arts home. They
F A .. J l - 1 . . . . I : .
for they doubtless had their pockets rilled
with jingling coin. They were all com
pletely .sold out. One picturesque Trova
tore, with bis hat on the back of his head,
who had been peddling grapes all day, was
trilliriij some sort of a tenor t ribute to his
at nt lady in a tower somewhere, ami the
rest were chattering an argot of Italian
and Knglish and looking very banditti
like with the electric glare illuminating
their swarthy features.
'"Hello, Gee-vanuy!" yelled out a news
boy coon, accosting Trovatore; "got your
greasy pockets stuffed with tin, hey?
That's right! Been cheatin hard all dav,
ain't you? Well, go home, now, Che-stnnts,
an git a nice macaroni stew to warm u
your inside-si You need it!'
"You black -title ape!" retorted the angry
Giovanni. hat for-a you say-a dot
cheat-a, hey? I knock-a you head eiff-a,
you nay-ger," and theu followed droppings
into profane Italian, si.-ch as were untrans-
laiai.lt-. witti menaces suntiry ana nerce.
The lNintlitti also joined in, and added such
force t.f language that the offending negro
took to las iien-ls straightway, but as far
up the stret t a.s he was visible this refrain
came float ing back:
"Dago, dago. Coney Island sago." What
ever this conjunction of terms may mean,
It is sufficiently puzzling to the uninitiated
slae waifc throne in w iu- ucnuo.
Lady Randolph Churchill has rerovered
fr . her illness so much that the physicians
hh e-eaKed to issue daily bulletins.
President Diaz denies that the Tomochi
cans were wiped out by his express orders.
They were not wiped out at all, but being
persistent reln-ls, and refusing to acknowl
edge auy authority except Saint Colora, in
a fight with government troops forty-seven
of the relnils and more than 100 of the
tr.jops were killed and wounded.
The striking miners in the Coal Creek
and Oliver Springs (Tenn.) coal regions are
petting fire to houses owned by people who
were kind to the state troops when they
were in that part of the count rj-.
On the mountains east of Rutland, Vt.,
the snow is two to three inche deep.
Obituary: At Kansas City, Mo., Judge
John K. Cravens, aged 54. At New York,
Jane K. Kellogg, mother of Clara Louise
Kellogg-Strakosch. At Galena. Ills., Hen
ry F. McCloskey, aged 66. At London,
Professor Robert Grant, of the University
of Glasgow, aged 78. At Hutlington, la.,
Judge T. W. Newman, aged 64.
General Rosecrans, register of the treas
ury, is reported somewhat better, but is
still confined to his room.
George K. Wheat, Jr., a Panhandle en
gineer. was struck and killed bv a train at
Chester Hitchcock was found dead in
bathroom at Rockford, Ills.
The Milwaukee relief fund for firesuffer-
ers now amounts to 150,000.
Ine v e-stem l nion telegraph company
has filed its certificate of increase of capital
stock with the secre-tary of state at Albany.
The Daily Bulletin, of Honolulu, has
apologized for stating that United Slates
Minister Severance did not do his duty to
cast-away American sialors, a charge that
was made by the sailors themselves.
A dispatch to the Renter Telegram com
pany shvs that Francis Ahigmuil, ex-min
ister of mine's and director of the Austral
inn Ranking company, and the manager
the company, MacNamam.'have leeii res pee
tively sentenceu to live and seven ye.-ii-s
iM-nal servitude for trying to defraud the
shareholders of the company by issuing
false Iwa.'ince sheets.
in rpringiu ii. j a., t lie voters regist"r-
tins vear numiier .,'., against o,tv :i
l'-'.xl and 5.'.'-'s in lss
iVtti'l ':?r fr Vi-.ivrls.
F.M.l. Kivki:, M.i-s.. Nov. -I. The nwrti
fact urt-i-s at a mtt'tiiig est. r.l:i votetl
increase I he wages of wi:ivcrs to 'lt t-:
jK-r cut itiul .i"l ot heiie;:irt ments in pi
portion. This is p;;el it-ally an advamv
!t!"nt 7 per cent, and r.-si oi t-s yvaL.t-s tot
standard of ISM. The vole was al:.-.
iiiiani '.nous, and was voluntary on the p;
of the manufacturers.
Pronounced Bopeista tai Saved.
From a letter written by Mrs, Ada E
Hurd. of Uroton, S. D., we quote: "Was
taken with a bad cold, which settled od
my lungs, cough set in and finally termi
nated in consumption. Four doctors
gave me up, saying I could live but a
short time. I gave myself up to mv
Savior, determined if I could not stay
with my friends on earth, I would meet
my absent ones above. My husband was
advised to get Dr King's New Discovery
for consumption, coughs and colds. 1
gave it a trial, took in all, eicht bottled;
It has cured me, and thank God I am now
a well and hearty woman. Trial bottles
frea at Hrtz & Bahnsen's drug store,
regular size, 50c and f 1.
GO jD looks.
Good looks are more than skin deep,
depending upon a bexlthy condition ot
all the vital organB. If the liver be inac
tive, you have a bilious look, if your
stomach be disordered you have a dys
peptic look and if your kidneys be affect
ed you have a pinched look. Secure
good health and you will bnve good
looks. Electric Bitters is the great al
terative and tonic acts directly on these
vital organs. Cures pimples, blotches,
boils and gives a good complexion Sold
at LUnz it Bahnsen's drug store, 50c per
UUC:rLK2T"B AUNICJi SAXVH
The fvdsl uaive in the world for cut,.
bruia8, sores, u'.cers, salt rheum, fevei
sores, tetter, chappeel hands, chilblains
corns and all akin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required.
is guaranteed to give perfect sr.tisf.nc;.:
or money refund oa. Price 25 cir.is p.
box. For sale bv Hart?: Bahnot t
Perfect health and condition, at what
ever time of life we may apply the term.
from infancy to eltl age, depends upon the
proper assimilation of the food taken, and
its natural elimination when it is done
with by the different organs that have to
deal with it. Of course heredity and a few
other circumstances must also be taken
into consideration in estimating the
chances of life. If the exact amount of
food neeressary to nourish each tissue of the
btidy were taken daily, having regard to
work and other circumstances, nnd if the
economy were kept properly employed it
would mean that the individual would be
in the most perfect her.lth and condition,
and ought to live to the age of a hundred
years or more.
But how seldom does this ewcur. From
some cause or other more is taken than is
necessary to supply constitutional require
ments, and the result is that the surplus is
stored, and in some way or other acts
prejudicially. If it does not cause absolute
illness it impedes vigor and elasticity and
leads to a feeling of malaise and disinclina
tion for work, making one's ordinary occu
pation a burden. Gentleman's Magazine.
1C0 K ward 100
The readers of this psotr will h
iMtHS-d t-i learn thtt there is ut lest one
oret ti ti oislhsp idm science n-.s tieen
n!:!e tocuri- in nl! its stag 's, ard 'hit is
ci'arrh. Hall's Catarrh Curr ia the nniy
psitive cure Known to :ne medical frs
ternilv. '4lMrrh beicg a constitutional
disease, rt q'iire; a con-ti'utionl tr--.t
rr.ent. nans ejittarrn uure is taken m
ternhlly, acting din c'ly upon the blood
snd mucous surfaces of the system
thereby destroying the foundation of the
disease, acd giving the patient strength
oy nuuoing up tne constitution and as-
sistir.g nature in doing its work The
proprietors have so much f-iith in its cur
ative powers, that they ffer Ot Hun
tirea Dollars lor anv ease that it fai;s to
cure. Smd for list of testimonial.
Address F. J. CHENEY A CO..
KTSold hy Druegists, 75c.
"PHK DAILY AKGL's DEL1VKKED AT YOU R
X door every eeui nic lor ltt'c per week.
OK RENT Farnifhcd rooms at 1403
non e ALE
r trally located
good two ch'ir bar be i ehop, crn-
oail at inm omce.
POVND A Greyhound; owner can have
by callinc at S Third avenue
WANTED TWKNTY-FIVB OIBI.s,
sweet potatoes, steadv work for
wsekK. w arm ro m and dry work,
uing and Preserv ng Co., Milan, ill.
W ANTED Earnest, lntel'lgt-nt lady ti estah
lioh a t-oo.l payiui; bus ns? : one having had
experience inaoxkr om pe "erred; call at suite
a, Jtct. Qiioiifn oioce. i)aveni-ort, Iowa,
AGKNTSmakini;S5toi0p-r dav s. :ii-c the
Klerlrical Wonder boost hoi I want. .'Oh I'.rad v
street, Davenport, lints, econd floor, room S, a to
9 j). m. Gt-i eral a-ent wauled.
GENTS "AMcn-WE WANT FiItST
il ctws traTeMne alfra.n to htmlle our Inhrr-
A Way of Explaining- It.
Wife "Why, John, just see what a st upid
blunder the newspaper has made in its ac
count of our silver wtKldine. Don't you
remember I wrote it out for the reporter
that we h:ul spent together twenty-five
years jf married happiness, and the stupid
tyiK-Ketter has gone and made it twenty
five years tf marred happiness. Isn't it
Husband Oh, well, dear, don't be too
hani on the poor fellow. Perhaps he's been
uiurrietl twenty-live years himself. Lon
elon Tit Hits.
cat inn oil and 'Tease as a si e line.
Oil snd e-reae e'o., t'levcJand. .
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
willktep fire nl nij-rit with S'ft coal;
will bo; lt-is or sm ke; heavy stee! body;
Istge et-h inn Call and cx itnine this
wotideifu! s-ove toM hy
New styles ot
For Bwifr. sharp buyere.
Are you one?
This week and while they
-Very ' fair muslin
trimmed, full length
and well made
Lot 2. Excellent Mmlip
nicely nia'H r:jm.
med wiih (.! vm
broidery, and ace
The aboye two lots were purchan
a very low price and we prop-
to let them go at a very fri4r
profit. Be on time; see east w t.
Close b -yers wl"l visit "heee d-prtnitrC: (5r
D. ROY BOWLBY'S.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on haml the finest brands 'of dorrestic
and tmpor'-id cigars. All brands of tobacco.
The score of all ;ae ball frames will be received
L. OLOCKHOFP, Prop.,
1V0S Second Avenoe.
3rrry our brand of SMOKED MEATS
Treman z Sons,
Al! telephone orders promptly filled. Telephone Nn. 1M3. 17i'0 Thit.t v
WE ARE ALWAYS TN IT
TBE FINEST OF
Bread, Cakes, Buns and Pies
In the cit3T.
Delivery wagons always on th road. Parties desirous of
having them 6top at their residences, will please notify th
same at our piemises.
MUNROE, DeRUE & ANDERSON.
First-class Hotel and Restaurant, Market Square,
back of Thomas' drugstore.
LUNCH COUNTER IN CONNECTION.
2SGood Rooms by day or nighr.
UNDERHILL & GLASS, Proprietors.
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
DO NOT be Humbugged
f'oiiNtitutii.n of Children.
Mr. J. Kortisi, director of the Hungarian
bureau of stilt ist ics, taking 4.000 cast-s hh
a hiisis, rt'aclit s t lie following conclusions:
Chiltlrt-u vhine fatlifrs are less than twpn
ty years of Hire- have it weak constitut ion
The isue of l'atiit-rsof Intweeu twenty-five
anil torty years are the strongest, while
tiie descfnelants of father of over forty
years are weak. buniluu Ht-tJits.
The most aturnvared cnpt-8 of rbi uiih
lim ha'e bei'n st?"diiT and permanently
cured y 8-iv-ti.n Ol E rv one eiiou'.d
hve i:. 25 c n'B
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes ac Years the Standard.
Some dealers, in order to draw trade, resort to all sorts of adver
tising dodges in order to deceive the public; you will find it a decided
saving to buy your spoons of spoon dealers your photographs of pho
tographers and your Shoes at the
Dealers who pretend to be giving away a 25c Spoon and then charge a dollar more for a pair of
Shoes, are not the style of people you want to trade with. Do not allow yourself to be humbug
ged, you will find our price so much lower without spoons and photographs and our goods so far
superior that you will be able to buy three or four spoons with the saving on every pair of shoes
bought of us. We sell our shoes upon their merit no snide advertising dodges required to at
tract custom. By all means buy your shoes at the
A guaranteed saving of 25c to $1.50 on every pair besides
our shoes are warranted to give satisfaction.