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THE AKGUS, THURSDAY, NOVEMKEK 17, 1892.
Fre"-h fish at Sicder A Son's.
Fiesb fish at 0orge BroB' & Co.'
ce pots 5 and tip at tbe Colum-
OFFICIAL FOOD TESTS.
Daisy wringer $1.15 at tl;e Co'um-
Bulk oyaters and ciler; al Souder &
Oysters sou calory at George Browner
i.Jlor U-nt 0od store at TIM 6 Third
Clothes pins, cvja d(F.?o for 5c at the
" lie ad thev Cottiaihia ai rtisemenl on
W The flaaiculs ia ttie market at Geirge
Browae'r ft Coo ' market
All kind -of this vcafs picked c toned
good a at Oeorge Browner a (Jo. a.
iVJber, tit, wings, quill, bat trim
aiinga. f um 4s up. at the Columbia
lMjt;.8 Ell U;?ernati left for Chicago
tlday to tcc.vt a position as a stenogra
Tie thirty ('vaath annual -Dieetine of
Illlaois State Uwticulturat aotioty will be
hell at Cftiapfti ji, Dec. 6 o.
Organunt Humaaum. What ia ill . G
,U " lue . earerrainment at the Biptut
church tomorro evening and see
- IfeaJiaga, iingioe. ta Menus at the en
terlMtaaieot at the Baptist church tomor
aow evening. Admission only 10 cents
It foil want something ei'r fine fir
decorating jour hmes parlors or club
robins' on any occasion, remember Krell
A "Math have it.
fk'tbt feRtoonins al 5.J a yard at Krell
St- Math's Evervbouy could and shoud
deer-rate t th? prices we. are suiting d
rati jns, at Krell & Math's.
Twin L'ity Typographical tmiun has
Issued ucat and novel invitations for tin
ucond aauaal dao.ee t be given h
Armory lull, Wedms lay tveoiusr. N v.
Ruth's Mis.nion bail, ciaipo9dd nf th;;
yotltyj ladies of Bnartway church, wiil
hojd a c-i;. nr.il r.ie sale the day tv-fore
Taankscvi'.i;;. P.aca will be aaam:c d
' in a fc-T d ij
-The atriui.i:m -ct of Btrhtrd Brthm s
assJetHtii c'ii 't ' t!:; fir'! di'ptr" cit n' h a
wise ele-!:o i Mr. Brahm is aa espcr
tejeed arut ffl -ijnl tireaian and verj weil
liked ia Rck I-lan.l.
Tns decimals teat the world. What
btat9 the democrats? Oranum Bu
maaurn. At First Baptist church to
' irroweveoia!;. Dont fail to art it.
Admission only 13 cents.
fiqrrl your ordt-ra for gun", fish, lob
sters, clambs. 6he!l and canned otsters
to Harry Smythf's, 1819 Siccd avenue.
Teliyhone 1017. Orders for wj'd ur.
key? taken fur Thanksgiving.
'-Listen, buoiacsa men and working men.
vTake your families t morrow ev-i, inl
and co to the splendid nuupcr at the B ip
tiat cturcb. corner Fifteen' n strec- nd
Third avenua. A good supper and oys
ters only 25 cents.
The democrats of Oeaesso will cele
. br te the vht ry in a roustnij dcrn ctmic
j i?ilee on Today eTc-nia ind tne oivn
y VJons of the c;ty aud ot mocrts t-uer-l
idly are inyi'cd t attend Coal Viley
wilt a!s h7t; a routing lime n Stt:tr
day niht, to which all are invited.
Th? ains?e motor on tan E m reel,
line wire replaced b? double nio o- rirs
this r.ftertOon on acr-ouDt of the 8Hinrv
JMni tion f E m street h 11. The n; !y
5-lo trod nee 1 cars are cot provided ith
tni yet. but doubtless will be fully
equipped by tomorrow.
.. Notrithstanding t .e inclement wet'her
ttie 5f. & K 50 cent stint;: caused a ruh
n store this morning, the de aand
v0r 6 l"h bargains hrici.; t-o creat to-ii it
aa necessary t 1. mil the sal'S. The
American peiple know a good nine
when xhuy see it " They saw i tuis
, T. P. U. eaterta'm.nen al the First
.SapUet church Umorrow tvetima r ip
,st n iLe parlor of the church from 5
,ol'ck till 9. At 8 o'clock p. m. an en
teltiyttment in the Auditorium At the
otp!-r oysters and all thins n'f- f r
tily S5 cents. Ad uision to the en er
'u.loff.cot, only 10 o-nls.
J ' Zf-Pjlice Ofice-r Andre iv Uermi wdl
iavi' the rand opeDinL' ot his saloo' iust
r.rblaacd from John Dn escn at 15i)5
Second arenue next Saturday tvtn un,
I.'iiv. 19. The place has been gi u
tfiocouU overhaulins and the new r -tTTior
will continue to ssrte everytmus
' 'in his line ia the finest tyle. He invite
a.i.Lis friends to be prtsent at the open-'-
trg and (Ojy a fine lunch.
County Treasurer Campbell ani ife
titet drtvio. out bom r erday iu
i as had their bugey acciden'ly uie and
iSi9. Oamphell hd the misforim e to
have her left arm fractured just
.the wrikt. Mr. Campbe'l luckily e. ih-.i
. it'f.lia few traiS'S, th mgh it is a w n i-r
'iUft t9'h were not more serioul ii
ji mI. Df. Brth attended to thru it-
. I l,H l.uan I. t I . . . .1 1, j.ut..r.t . v
' ut r s. . v u uubucir " .1 u v. . ' : i i . j
aixiut Iwrnu jer; I tind lost He: e ot
Slt! II tntir!y. rtil I rssd '.liro't U" my
hjirjn. V:y eveB wort- gt'ioe so d: n I
hsil to pet enme one lo threa rav
ne. lie N.)w I hive my ui.-aring n-b j.tll
MI ever bad. and I can io tbre it
fln- nci'l'e J e'er I did mv er' e (it
sm'l i pi:rUv remoreii, and it s tm to
hjsmri.vifij all the time. I think t: ere
is'otoinif like Ely's Cr;n Bilm r c
tftjX Mrs. E. E. Gntflhs, Renirill.
PTy Co., O
Tlta Euvlid Avenue C)pTa house, Cievo
't lkafl. h& Ikwd destroyed by fire. Loss,
The TDltrd State and C'anadiM Csvrra-
ment Analyze the BkioR rnw.ler.
From the Cnicigo Trihuse j
The official food analyse by the U m- d
States and Cuosdi-in g jyert m -ot- a.4'e
been studied with interest. Tne U itu-d
States government report givs the names
of eighteen well-known b&ktnit p.der.4,
some ot them advertised as pure Hetm
of tartar powders that contain alem-
Tn report shows th-i Royal to I c pure,
cream of tartar biking powders, the
highest in leavening s;renth. eolv ng
160,6 cubic inches ef gas per single on nee
of ponder. There were eight outer
braods of cream of tartar p wdurs tested
and their avyace alreegth wi 111.5
cubic inches of gas per single ounce of
Tho Canadian government investiga
tions were of a still larger number o"
powders The Roval baking pow ler was
here also shewn the purest andbiuhest in
strength, c mtaining 129 .33 cubic inches
of leavening gas per ounce of powder.
Nine other cream of tartar powde-s were
tested, their average aireogto. being re
ported to be 39 cubic inches of gi pur
Taese figures kxe very instructive lo
the practical housekeeper. They mdtcite
that the Royal baking povder noei mord
than 33 p r cent further in use nan the
others, or ia one-third more economical.
Still more important than this, hjwevcr.
they prove this popular article his been
brought to the highest decree of purity
tor to its superlative parity thi4 super
iority ia strength is due and conse
quyntly that by its use we im.y be in
sured the pa rest and most wh3l-soine
Tae ponders or lower strength are
found to lr-ave larze amounts of impar
ities in the food. This tact ia emua-
h 7. il by the report of toe Old-) state
food co:utrjisv.ouer, who, w ii'e finding
tae Kiyai oraclically pare, round no
oti.er pot'er to contain loss t:;m 10 per
cent ot lEieri or foreign mattt n
l Mi p i ic lat-jret ia th s qu':s'ion
has lik; v .a : caaied iivjstiga'; n t t nu
a 'e by oar I znl authorities I'rot W
S Hail a .f liash Medical Ui'.3?e, coa
salting cnpm;t of the Cnicag-t "ord o1
he.'il.h, ha-- i aa l results similar to th's
irojrie.! ny i'ia national an 1 Cin i iiaa
authorities. ir, Haines saje:
RCSH .VlED'.CAL COLLEOB. t'UXACO
1 have recently obtained Humpies of
t! e chief tihing powders on the rarket,
and have cuhjcted them to careful chem
teal tx ra ii .non to deu-rrmnj tb-.ir rur
ity, whi li Mimentis aad leavenin r pot-r.
As the result, cf my tests 1 fJud the
Iicyiil oe.k-ng powder sum tir to the
others in very jetpect. It 'entirely
ire Irom -! aluUeratioi and tiewbole
aotue iuipurity, and iu hakingit gives ofT
greater niluae of ieav. ning i as than
r.ny otaer powder. It is. therefore, not
only the jiuregt. but aiso the htrongest
powder i n which I am nciuait te l.
tv alter t. Haines M. D..
ConsuiMi.i; Chcn.ist, Chicago '.JjurJ of
The st atiKtic.s show that there is used
in the rornuf icure of the Royal baking
piwdtr nin e than naif of a-1 the croan of
tartar oo-imed ia tha Unitd States for
all purpo- The won'.ierfui sale thus
iudicateo t r the Royal taking powder--gtedttr
'li-n that of ali other osl.ing pow
ders com'i'ned is perhaps even a bigrir
evidence I, .n that already quotid of the
suyc-riori'v of this article, and of its in
disp' nsah ciegs to m d ;rn cro leiy.
ICO Baward MOO-
The readers of this paoer will b?
pleased to learn that there is at least one
dresd.'d disease that science has been
able to core in all its stages, and that is
catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the ooly
positive cure known to the medical fra
ternity. Catarrh being a constitutional
disease, require a constitutional treat
ment. Ha l's Catarrh Cure is taken in
ternally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the. system
thereby destroying the foundation of the
disease, ar.d giving the patient strength
by building up the constitution and as
sisting nature in doing its work. Tbe
proprietors have so much f ith in its cur
ative powers, that they rffsr Oae Han
(trcd Uollars for any case that It fails to
cure. Send for list of testimonials. .
Address F. J. CHENEY '& CO,",1
0Bold by Druggists, 75c.
The Power of Seven States.
There are forty-four states, and in
thirty-seven of these the native born
American electors constitute a majority
of the voting population. In four foreign
born naturalized voters predominate; in
three the negro population is in ezeeos of
the native white voters. New York Sun.
'. E. Montrose, H laager.
OKB RIGHT ONLY,
Saturday Evening, Nov. 19.
ONE LONG LOUD LAUGH!
Ia the Merry Military
100 One Hunoked 100
T 1 - if, r . . .
i oi'ii' um nipir in me p ay nnaor the ansii
ces m in.' u. A. K. ai u s. or V. ogirnine Willi
a r.-a:iptie reTeWttjn of coiithrrn life down
eonth before ih.- war. followed by the
camp fire an 1 trion sc-nes and
the in.wt beautitul 'Jab ena
T T Dre-n.ed on aw .ia?o.
dmiision 15, 35 andSOcenis; reserrelai.au
iiuuui tiiia cuargo.
Tnet pi-s-nation of ''True B;ue"at
th? oper i iuae Friday aid tla'urdiy
nights d .- kiood audiences bo'.h cven
itiiT?. T iiy isa most thriling mili
tary dr-oT .nd vividly portrays both the
humorou- nd pathetic aide of military
life, I' - a given uajtir the personal
managen.- n of Prof. F. L. Hunt, who
ranks the best minacrra of the
country Hi knows ev..ry part of the
play and i the happy fa"Uty of im"
pers3tib' iy character in it. The
Knights Py nirts have closed a con
tract wj ir Hunt for the renCitioa of
another hi during the holidays. We
art! sure il! receive tie same hearty
rdceptio'i id id his return. thn, as he
did thi- 'ii after an ahsencj of seven
years. O mmwa Daiiy Ttm-s.
Remeiu r me above play wrtl be pre.
ssnt"d t lraer's theatre ore night,
Satard'V. N v 19. Admissioa 15. ?5
and 50 (no extra cnar-e for re
servLd s ) a' Marshall's dr.ig store.
MJ. if aw e. Ke-Kleeled.
A epf' The Arocs this afternoon
from tie ' d cmp meeting cf tbe M.
W. A. a' Omnha state that JL'sj. C. W.
Qawes ot city was naanimtusly te
elected ad clerk, and that t ie rratler
nf a I or- n would come np for consid
eration - 2 d. m. today.
of B ooo
rietoric can tell tho merit
irsaoarilla as w:l' a tte
cjli hel by this excellent
is the gre -t blessing eer off -red child
bearing infC I li'.v; been . midwife
many years, and in each case where
Mother f Friend ha hern 3ed. it h.s ac
complish- soodorsand r-'Iii'V.d much
suffering ia the beat remedy for rising
of the br-.s known, and worth tho price
far that alone.
1bs. M. A. 'Erw-sth.
Sradfield'g female Begala' or
Should 'ised by tbe voung w man, she
who 8uff - s 'mm any disorder eculiar to
her bps, an 1 at chance of life is a power
i ful tonic; nenefHs all who nss it. Sold
i by Harz &. Babnscn .
Stic otf rVre Cream of Tartar Paaj im'.To Acaeaua; Jfa AiaM .
.UseS in MJllioos of Hwaesf Tears Ike almL
rHE DAILY ARGUS D3LIVERKD AT TOUR
door every eeui ns for itc per wect.
TjrTATEU rOL'R GE T' EM EN tOARDKSS
if in pmiis im:iy, po. eug Mncteenth St.
I OST A BLACK MUFr. FINDSR WILL
mj pieasu r.'inrn io l as ABiii office.
TTTANTED SITi ATIOM AS GROCERY
VV clirk. Five Tears' execrience. Addre9
suo evnlD street.
l, ATEf TWENTY F1V 3 GIBL. NO
tt sweet Dotutoe?. dteHdv work for. three
weeks, warm ro m and d'y work. Milan Can
Eing and rrenerv ngco., Milan, ill.
iJLi ANTED Earnest, lnUKigent lady
liah a enoJ payiug basinesn; one ha
(rooa payiug basinetti; one havme b
eip 'rieoce in a tick r om pre erred; fall at enit
a, siccaiiousn oioCK IfaveniKirt. Iowa.
A GENTS making $5 to $10 per day' vellinc th
t blectrical Wonder honn. bol 1 wanL SOS ltrI
trect, Davenport, Iowa, second floor, room , 8 to
v p. m. u-eicrai agem wanted.
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
will keep fire all night with soft coal;
will rot en s or smoke; heavy steel Doay;
large ash ran. Call and examine this
wonderful stove fold by
New styles of
Special attention is called to
fiye new numbers of ladies'
Kid Gloves j ist arrived
1 Our DucVes blacks
colors, extra quality
2 Latosca blacks aud colors.
be3t value we ever had,
3 Barritz a splendid lnusquj.
taire, ., '
4 Chamoise, very good
C New assortment' in
Dressed and I i d esj
Glomes, including m
high, colors,, ecai r. a
grtnf ..etc. i ' ''
I GENTS "AKT'D-WB WANT F RST
class trareiine fale-men to bandle oar lohrt
nrati noils and grease as a side line. Colombia
Oil ag dbreast Co . Cleveland, O.
Or TO 115 PER DAY AT II' 'ME. SEL1 INQ
Lightning Pinter ai'd tla'ina jewelry,
atches, tableware. &c. Plates ibe ftmn of jew
elry goou a a w. on all kinds or metal, wi'.h void,
sil.tr or nickel No experience No capital.
Kverj ton-e baf g iode need nz plating.
U. K. DaLNO 4; CO., ( alnmbns. O
O TICK OF A PTUC ATION FOR TOLL ROAD.
d. roy mm
1726 Second Ave.
Base Eall Headquarters.-
To all whom It may concern:
Nonce is hrrebv trivia thst iho nnilmn. .1 ih
Drnry Ti 11 Ro..d Company, a corporaiion w ill, ti
the ntxt session of tre connry board of lhu !
conn' j o- lt icsiriani, in tbe slate of ll:n( ix. l.i
be he .d in the conn bonse bailding in the city of
RiKk 1 Untl. in &id conntv, on the 13th day of
I'e'-ember, A . D. 1S92, pe ition ai.d aoply to tbe
sa'd conntv board for leave to establish a gravel
tot road from the Illinois end of i he briiig - of thi
Mn-catitie Bridge Company across the vl insissippi
rive at Muscatine, Iowa, and thence rnnnin n
aronthasterlydiarctionaciosi the low lands to
the blnfls, lo connect with a public highway lead
ing over aid h nCts.commoniy known as the "Illi
nois fit ro-d," and io locate said toll road on
por ions of the pmli- highway heretofore existing
across paid low land, at which time ai.d i lace you
can appear and h beard If yon nee fit 'o do o.
Diied at Hack Inland. III.. November U, A.D.
I89i BURY T LL ROAD COMPANY.
s witiwet Walkx a, Atfys for said Drnry Toll
ZgrTry our brand of SMOKED MEATS.
H. Treman &; Sons.
All telephone orders promptly filled. Telephone N. llO'l. . 17oo t
WE ARE ALWAYS IN IT
THE FINEST OF
Bread, Cakes, Buns and Pit
In the city.
Delivery wagons always on the road. Parties deu t
having them stop at their residences, will please n" b
eame at our piemises.
MUNROE, DoRUE & ANDERSON
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hani the finest brands of doirestic
r.nd imported cit'ars All biands of tobrcco.
The score of all '.he ball games will be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
ISOS Second Avenue.
First-class Hotel and Restaurant, Market Square,
back of Thomas' drugstore.4
LUNCH COUNTER IN CONNECT'
t3jr"Good Rooms by day or night
UXDERHILL & GLVS3, Prop.
J. T. DIXOIVT,
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
5Q CENTER hoe1 sale.
Thursday, Nov. 17th. BSScFSisiw
50 Cents a Pair.
We make a specialty of Fine Shoes, but want to give you an idea of how cheap
we can sell cheap stuff. This knocks "bankrupt," "chrbmo" and "souAJ
Vfnir" CIPC cilh fKIe nfiAac- AA nnA -U t. ,.,i'
....... '- , uiij 111V.1UUW iaviivo rwiva aiiu LTiaiil sllUCi. IIlCIl S llCdi.l
working shoes, misses and children's kid and grain shoes. ' A lot of ladies
rubbers at 17c; 200 pairs bos shoes, sizes 12 to 2, worth $1.50, at 7fc
But one pair of shoes to each customer; none before Thursday, Novembea
17. Doubtful as to there being any left after this date; sale opens at 8.K
a.m. You may never have another opportunity to buy ladies' and raen'i
shoes at Fifty Cents a Pair. Be on time! Grab them quick!
Best Equipped Clothing and Shoe House in Rock Island County.