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THK ARGUSr TH U BSD AY "NOVEMBER U 1892.
SPECIAL SALS OK LADIES'
Trim Your Own Hats.
We sell these goods at less than half the price
others ask for them.
Try our Galf Skin and Dull Dongola Shoes
for Boys and Girl's School wear.
1623 Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
J. B. ZUJIMER,
THE WELL XNOWN
ERCHANT "f AILOR
and Leader in Styles and workmanship, has received
F-aLL STOCK of Sukirgs and Overcoatings.
t5grCALL and leave yonr order.
'Star Block Opposite Haepkr House.
John Dorl.f Well .Known Scott County
Farmer and Bit Wife DU la California.
JLn Dojle. a wealthy end prominent
Scott count; farmer living near Donahue,
was a Ca ifornia resident eome two-icore j
years ago. and laid the foundations of
his fortunes in that state, For some 80
years he h8 resided continously in Scott
county without visiting the west. Not
long ago he txpreesed the determination
of revisiting again the scenes of his early
experiences on the Pacific coast, at.4 on
the evening of Oct. 81 he and Mrs. Dojle
left Davenport with that purpose in view.
Last evening a startling telegram was re
ceived in Davenport announcing that
both hsd been asphyxiated.
The tenders of tne telegram had prob
ably found the name of Mr. Voas on pa
pers in Mr. Doyle's possession, hence
the telegram was sent him. By inquiry
be lea rntd that William J. Doyle, a Bon
of the deceased couple, whs employed in
the store of E 8. Bsllord & Co. in Dav.
enport, and he was communicated with.
telegram was sent to San Francisco
ordering the embalming of the remains
and their return to Davenport.
Mr. Doyle was a native of Ireland
born in Killeagh parish, County Cork,
Sept. 25. 1835. He came to America in
May of 1850, lived in Wisconsin a couple
of yearp, went back to New York, and
in '54 went across tie continent again,
engaging in the butcher business in San
Francisco. In '61 be came to ScoU
county and bought a farm of 160 acres
n Winfleld townehip. This he soon ex
tended by purchases of 650 acres, acd
still owns. Of late years he has made
specialty of stock raising.
Haverly's Mastodon Minstrel.
it ts a matter of congratulation that
we are to enjoy an evening of metropol
itan minstrelsy presented by tht worid
famous organization, Havdrly'- Mas
iuuou minsireis: unaer tne rersonsi
direction of Col. J. H. Hiverly, direct
from Haverlv's Casino, Chicago, where
the broke they record for time and re
ceipts. appearing to laige and fashion
able audiences, giving two performances
daily for 28 eeks. After a
brief tour of the letdlne cities thev re
turn to Chicago for a season lot one yeir
and a half, during the World's Fair
The company which is to be pre
sented at Harper's Theatre on Moo. lav
cveuioK is me oiasiouon Minstrels in
us entirety, emoracias such names aa
Billy Rice. E. M. Hall. E. M. Kayne,
Bogert and O Brien, Delmore and Wil
son. Charles Sully, Arthur Thatcher.
rred Baudell, Arthur Yule, G;orge
Evans, Harry Constantine, and 30
others of national reputation. On the
aiternoon or exniomon a Tree open-air
band concert will be given at the Harper
House by Haverlv's magnificent band
and "Kisselr will give an exhibition of
his marvelous military musket man
uvres. This is a pleasing change from
the old-time minstral parade.
Funny Old Jed.
4 Old Jed Prouty" is the bill at the
Burtis at Davenport this evening. It
wili be a popular entertainment. The
public mind is freed now from the strain
indicted by the election, and there is
general disposition to take life easy
again and believe that the country is
once more in good baods, to eat and go
to the show and be merry, as Old Jed
Richaid G. tiding is making the hit of his
life. He baa a character there that is
great in its attractiveness. It has al
ways drawn hard there, and it will do so
(.Licensed to Wed.
Nov. 8 3auel Moflatt. Marv J
William M. Pratt, Cathenne C. Cars.
Andrew Anderson, Jennie L. Nelson.
10 Fulton T. Martin. Etta M. Lonir.
"DIRT DEFIES THE KING." THEN
IS GREATER THAN ROYALTY ITSELF.
tMM ... J. !
DAVIS CO. "'"
Heating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A complete line of Pipe, Brass Goods, PackiDg Hose.
Fire Brick, Etc. Largest and best equipped
establishment wast of Chicago.
DAVIS BLOCK1 Moline, El. I 1 12, 1 14 West Seventeenth st.
Telephone 2053. J Telephone 1148- RockiiW.
Remember the sociable at the First M.
E. Church tomorrow evening.
Lost A bunch of kevs on Tuesday .
Finder leave at this office and be reward
Articles useful and fancv for sale at the
M. E, church tomorrow evening; also ice
cream and cake.
Supper frm 68 o'clock tomorrow
evening for 25 cents, at tbe Methodist
church. Proceeds for the T. M. C. A.
Travel across Rock Island bridge vea-
terday was as follows: Foot north 640.
south 565. total 1,107, teams north 575,
south 568, total 1,137. i83b
Bright festooning at 5o a vard at Krell
& Math's. Everybody could and shou'd
decorate at ihe prires we are selling dec
orations, at Krell & Math's.
Send your orders for game, flsb. lob
sters. clambs, shell and canned oysters
to Harry Smythe's, 1819 S.coLd aveuue.
Telephone 1017. Orders for wi d tur.
keys taken for Thanksgiving.
The Second Ward Cable club meets at
its headquarters at tbe Phoenix hose
house tonight. There is some business
to attend to and arrargemeMs will also
nrobablv be made to attend a democratic
j ibilee. Every membtr of the oranizi-
uon is urgently requested to be on hand.
A woman's beauty is uever lost
So long as her sweet smile remains
So long as glenm ber teeth like fro6t,
And hiTsnft lip the ruby stains;
And SOZODONT, w-tn magic power,
Bestows on her this priceless dower.
Always Giving Satisfaction.
Brandreth's Puis luve always given
satisfaction. In 50 years there ha been
no complaint of them. That is about
their life in tbe United Slates and mill
ions of people have used them. There
is no doubt thbt thev have established
themselves by merit alone. Tuey cure
rheumatism, dyspeDsia, piles, liver com
plaint, biliousness, and any disease aris
ing from an impure state ot the blood.
One or two at nieht on an empty
stomach for a week or two. will keer
you in good form and tone up tne svs-
tem. They are purely vegetable, abeo
lutely harmless, and safe to take at any
Sold in every drug or medicine store,
either p'ain or sugtr costed.
ETITION TO 8ELX.PEAL ESTATB.
Hillsdale, Nov, 9 Some improve
ments have been made and more are in
tende.1 st Bethel church in decorating
and rearranging the inside.
W.i and Nettie Woodburn were home
fromschuoi over Sunday. Williamremain
ed to vote yesterday.
A portion of the corn has been hulked
and a much larger yield than expected is
tne result or tne season, a labor.
. r.n i
niesxiB. uiiiku uave purcnased a corn
hunker srd fodder cutter and are very
uuv wiiu me macaine rarrners are
well pleased wi'h the work it does.
Miss Mollie Bates returned to her horn
at .-prmsineia mis morning, after a two
m nihs' visit which she sajs haB been
T ry pleasantly spent.
The electi-n passed off yery quielly
yesterday, no demonstration of any kiod
being noticeable,' seemingly there has
never been less isteren taken.
DR. D. 0.
Popular Prices-Easy Payments
Furniture, Carpels, Stoves, etc.,
Just now we are making a big drive on Oarpets.
week beginning Mondav, No. 7tb, we will make and'
lay FREE any Brussels or Velvet Carpet
bought of up.
Dinner, Tea a.nci Toilet Sets.
Parlor Suits for $30.00 worth $40.00.
Bedroom suits for $18.00, worth $2. 00.
Big values in Chairs, Tables and Sideboards.
STOVES Our assortment is complete;- every
thing goes. LOW PRICES.
EASY PAYMENTS No extra charges.
OHAS. A. MECK,
322 Brady Street, Davenport, Jr.
Open tiHo'clock, Saturday's till 10.
STATU OF ILLINOIS,
Rock Island County.
To the Decmer term, a. d. lSsli. of the county
court, i n prooate.
In the matter of the estate of Wiilinm N. John
son, decease 4.
John Pehafer, .Tr , a imintptrator Cum tentamen-
t annexe of the lnt will a d testament of Wil
liam N. Johns' n. deceased, petitioner, vs. John
A. Johnson, Myron hlorth Jrbnson. harks
Irwin John-on, Ultan U. Johrs'Mi Samuel C.
Johnson, Kebccci Stanley, Anna Hewitt, Martha
K. Benja n n. 1artha I.. Martin, Sarah L. Hewitt,
ftiien h. mcaen ana ivmraa ft. Martin. defend
antsPetition to tell real e-ta'e to rav debts.
Toe ihe above mined non resident defendants.
and each of them.
Amflavlt of yonr non-reatdence having been
Bled in the office of the clerk of ta d county conn.
nonce la De-coy Riven 10 jou. mat tbe. aoove
Danced complainants have filed in eaid court
hi petition forthe sale of real eftate f which
raid Wimam M. Johnson diet seized.
in whicn yon are named defendants ;
that a summons in chancery has been issued in
said canoe strains', job. returnable to the next term
of said circuit court to be begun an t ho'dec a the
court houe fa th? city of Ki.ck Is'and in said
county on the first Monday of recember. A. I)
1892. at which time and Dlace von will anoesr and
plead, answer, or demur to said petition if yon see
nt, anu mat your aeiauu will ne entered utile's
you app ar in said coort by the first Monday of
tne auuary term next.
Kock Island, 111., November 10, A. r. 1993.
clerk of taici court.
Swsenet a WatKBti, Attorn s for tetltioo.
une 01 tne Most ouccessrul as
His Many Visits to this
City has Proven.
You Feel Relieved
The minute ypu see our grand stock of new
and Popular Shoes; they look fresh and
desirable. The first glance shows you that you
are in the right place; everything looks inviting;
no mistake about this being a modern up-to-the
times shoe store. You wake up to the fact that
you have got into the right store.
301, 303 W. Second St., Davenport.
A reason for the faith that is in V-
A responsible citizen of tbe
writes: 1 rom observation covering
Lite Snrgcon in the Provident Medical D:s-en-
sary ot New lora.
Who ' as created Kuch a seneation in and around
Clrcapo by curii ciseases that almost baffled the
medical iraternity or the coun'rv.
Dr. Frn-h is 1'resi-lert of the Truth M-dical
Co.. and member of the letemat'onai Association
oi terpen nperta is s . He will vstt
"WEDNESDAY, NOV. 16tb.
Returning every month to rema n one Aiy during
i I)r. Frnth has been conne ted with the largest
j bopital in the conn ry. and hrs no superior in
! diapnosin? ai d treatin' diseases and d- formit es.
Ite win eve m i.ir any rae tat h can aot
tell Ihe ise e and where located in ffv,. niin.
i nt. s. He will return to Kock Islan 1 every month
', thi yea to remain tro davs.
Treat all urable Medical and Svrg-cal diteatet,
I aeute and chronic catarrh diea tnfthe Eve. Ear.
Aot, Jhroat and Lung: lyvtpia BrinhVl
mm. inaeia, Atariey. mm-, h ladder.
SOIltn i Enilen-y o- F.ts cured A noxitive oimmnt...
a I 1U1.'U A.1U MlUUl-ililiU MKN
231 Twentieth street.
Roek Island Brass Foundry
AND ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
All kinds of braes, Dronse and aluminum bronze casting, all shades and temper. Make-
a specialty of brass metal pattern and .-fistic work.
SHt r- id Ornci-il 1611 First avenue, near Ferry landing, - - KOCK ISLAND.
J. MAGER, Proprietor;
ereHt number of cssei I unhesitatini?iT 8nffer 1 spermatorrhea and imyotetcy as
Drnnoance Salvation Oil tn ha k . the result of self-abnae in youth or exce-s in ma
prniiounce -aivation UU to be the mt-l ture years a-.d other cases, producing some of the
wot aerrui remedy ior barns I have ever ' fo'iowim; crrec s as emision. blotches, debility,
trm1 uervuu-ueg. uisines. omrnsioii or frt. u .,.
ti t' society, defective memoir, anil
I have been bolheretl with catarrh for ma.ae
kuuui iwruii voire; X QSQ lOBt SPTPP of -mi"uo.
omell ntirlv anrl T hail . J , . BLOOD AND SKIN D-RAS1.
I m . L wy Jpmlls and compl c-tions.as oar throat faliina
hearing. . My eves were getting BO dim I of n,llr Pain in the bones, eruptions etc, are
bud to Bet some one to thnal mv ate perfectly eradicated wth out naine mercury or
needle Now I my hearin wefl rtric" Z arVarTnd kPd0eyrrrD"be!ie:re
as I ever had. and I can asp tn tkr.. twediir cured h tn im. tn ihi h.. i.u..
fine a needle as ever I did. mv aene of Asanas g7veknnpnto1dir ,Rem"nrocrbec
smell 18 partly restored, and it Seems to na ce early, u his ro ros are always crowded
be improving ail tne lime. I think thn -""truo oim i-ujsiltiion itkbk.
; nnthiniT Uto 1C1.'. O.. D-i . IiWes ana correspondence, confident , and
" - - ""i uwm lurra- ireaoneni aenc oy express with full dir. et n fnr
naj consultation preferred
I K. Grime., Rendrill, . person
G. Hudson M.J Pa rw
HUDSON & PARKER,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
All kinds of Carpentering promptly attended to. Estimates
faraished when dvsired.
Shop cor. FirBt ave. ard Mevententh t. Rock Island.
J. Ma CHRISTY,
mmmm of mam itc i n
Ask Your Orocer for Them.
Tkey are Beet.
The Christy "OYTBa"i4 Chrkity "WB-
Reside no Telephone 1160
Perry Co O.
iH. O. O. I KCTH
S3 takr Ave ,CkleK.