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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY," SEPTEMBER t3,
; to the Tower tomorrow.
Oysters ami celery at Passig's.
ittwch at Star saloon this evening.
Otto's band at the Tower tomor
ttv. Free lunch at Star saloon this eve-
Band concert at the Watch Tower
Teaches by the basket this evening
at Passig's. "
Turkey and chicken lunch at the
Street cars every seven minutes at
ttie Tower tomorrow.
Spanish onions, sweet potatoes and
Tantiemes at l'assi s.
Turkey and chicken lunch this eve
Tiang at the Manhattan.
The last grand concert of the sea
son at the Tower tomorrow.
Twenty-five musicians in Otto's
band at the Tower tomorrow.
(o to the Manhattan sample room
Miis evening ami get your lunch.
Taney Michigan peaches, 40 cents
basket, at Long's this evening.
Go to Rosen tiold Bros., for plumb
ing, steam and hot water heating.
For Sale A second-hand phaeton.
T?or information inquire at this oflice.
Roast pig and springchicken lunch
at Jack Martin's sample room Satur
Don't miss buying a basket of
ncy Michigan peaches at Long's
M. J. Hogan was today appointed
a substitute mail carrier and will go
ab duty at once.
Attend the opening dance at Chris
Tiuss' hall, corner Third avenue and
Tilth street, tonight. '
Attend the opening dance at Chris
Uuss' hall, corner Third avenue and
fifth street, tonight.
State Secretary Magee of Iowa will
apeak at the Y. M. C. A. rooms to.
nor row afternoon at 8:30.
The funeral of the infant son of C.
C. Liuiburg. Jr., ami wife occurred
t 2 o'clock this afternoon.
We have not sold all of our butter,
nos but have plenty at ISA cents per
pontuf: H. Tremann & Sons'.
We have not sold all of our buttcr
e, but have plenty at 1M cents per
pound. H. Tremann & Sons'.
We have not sold all of our butter
nc bwt have plenty at 13 cents per
jtonml. II. Tremann & Sons".
We can interest you if you want
earpcts; prices never were so low
terms easy G. O. Huckstaedt.
The whole force at Huckstaedt"?
aire busy getting in a carload of steel
xalgcs, cook and heating stoves.
Mr. ami Mrs. Ii. A. Donaldson
have moved into their handsome new
residence on Seventeenth street.
S, The Weyerhauser & Denkniann
saw mills here and at Davenport will
shut down for the season on Mondav.
u'iiuo in inning ia
Ucs and sideboards at Huckstacdt's,
very cheap terms of payment easy.
All the latest and popular music
now being played at the World's fair
can be heard at the Tower tomor
row. Tomorrow will he rallying day at
the Broaffway Sabbath "scliool. " All
torrarr teachers and scholars are in
vited. All kinds i bicycle repairing done
at Walker's place, 41.5 Sixteenth
street. Moliue. Remember the num
ir. Telephone 2030.
Doc. Webster, for a number of
rears a clerk at the Hock Island ar
senal, but lately of Virginia City, re
turned to the city last evening."
Miss Fannie Gregg will give an
illustrated talk to children at the
Broadway church tomorrow morn
ing in lieu of the regular services.
Yu can save $35 or $40 this fall
by having your suit cleaned and re
paired at F. A. Lekliner, 1805
Second avenue. First-class work on
Ladles who have seen the new
tyles in footwear just received at
the M. &. K. admit that it is the most
exqusite line of shoes ever show in
William Emig. lately .of Topeka.
Kan., has rented the store room Xo.
1707 Second avenue, and will short
ly open a lirst-elass merchant tailor
If you want a cook stove, a steel
'nnire or r. heating stove, remember
that G. O. Huckstaedt has the most
complete line in the city. Easy
terms of payment.
Xo store outside the M. &. K. can
show you the "Tuxedo" and Vien
na:" they are the very latest, and if
jou want to 1 in sty! you will have
lo get shod at the M". & K.
William Xevins- has gone to Le
Claire with a force of men to oper
ate a stono quarry. He expects to
supply government contractors with
the necessary material to build dams
xlong the river. .
The waitress' strike at the Rock
Island house didn't upset the equilib
rium of that hostelry in the least, as
Landlord Negus supplied the defi
ciency in short order with a bevy of
The Moline papers are carefully
chronicling the fact that the "Bucket-of-Blood"
saloon will "hereafter be
known as 'The Office." This is a
sure indication that Moline is being
toned down to a fine moral standard"
?iow is the time to buy furniture
cheap. It will be many a year before
you will see such bargains again.
Manufacturers must have money and
wf also need some, hence the ruin
ously low prices Huckstaedt cash
George Elliott of Marengo, is in the
city visiting I) Black, of the Mor
rell Liquor Curj Co. Mr. Elliott is
the gentleman who was in this city
last April on a -searching mission for
his 4-year-old son, but the little fel
low was never found.
Yesterday was the 49th birthday of
Mrs. Gustav Stengel, and in the eve
ning about 20 couple called and
passed a few 1 ours in sociability.
The guests were not allowed to de
part, however, without partaking of
a sreneroiis snre nt provided tor tn
It iws to Show that Mr. Sinnet was Aflliet
e! With Softening; of the ltrain
Dr. G. li. Hill, of Independence,
Iowa, supcrintei dent of the insane
hospital there, was put upon the
stand in the Sinnet will case this
morning and testified to having had
19 year's experience, and in that
time had handled 6,O(J0 patients, and
that from the circumstances of Alan
son Sinnet's case, as stated to him,
from Nov. 10, 18J-5, until his death,
he was afflicted with softening of the
brain, and, being in such a condition
was not capable of performing ordi
John DcSclle, t le man bound over
some time since for stealing a couple
of buttons from Aller's Twin-citv
restaurant, ' plead guilty to petit
larceny yesterday afternoon and was
fined fib and costs. DeSelle avers
that if he ever purloins from a restau
rant again he will put his books on
something digestible and at least
get the benefit of a square meal.
This morning Mary C. Harson was
given a divorce from her husband,
William W. Hars ir., on the ground
of habitual drunkenness, and al
lowed to use her maiden name Mary
C. Witt, by Judge Smith.
Atanoon the court adjourned until
i o'clock Mondav afternoon.
Henry MaKnufcae, Grocery Clerk In
- Davenport, (irowi Weary or Life.
Henry Magnusses, employed as
clerk in the grocery house of Ferd
inand oHilapkohl at 421 West Second
street, Davenport, disappeared sud
denly on Sunday morning. But
nothing was thought of it, as last
spring he disappeired in the same
mysterious manner and was gone for
two weeks. This Morning at about
8 o'clock at Fuller's saw mill w hile
men were engaged in sending logs
up the logway, a bedy appeared and
although badly decomposed, was
identified as that of Magnusscss.
Ilctilierate Self- Destruction.
He left a letter addressed to his
employer, in which he stated that he
was tired of life, at d that when the
letter reached him he (Magnusses)
would be dead. Magnusses was
about 4 years of age and came to
this country from Germany about 15
years ago and was i nmarried.
Robert Davidson, who claims to bo
a deserter from the regular army at
Fort Omaha. Neb., v as taken in tow
by Chief Sexton today. The chief
spotted him by reason of his air of
degeneracy, but if tie fellow's story
be true, he did Uncle Sam a good
James Johnson and Ixiuis Myers,
the two men arrested by Chief Sexton
some time ago on suspicion of impli
cation in the Sterling robbery, were
really the men, so it is learned.
Myers, the younger of the two, weak
ened, and confessed to the robbery,
but implicates anotl er man besides
Johnson. The police are therefore
making strenuous efforts to locate
the missing man.
Robert I-ouia Stevenaot 'a Story Writing.
Mr. R. L. Stevenson says that he be
gins work every monring at 6 o'clock
and sometimes keeps at it all day in spite
of an impression that three hours of
writing is enough. "I am a laborious
writer," lie avers, thereby encouraging
the worthy band whose motto is "Lalwr
Omnia Vjncit" ami who have faith that
nothing is lieyond the re ich of hard work.
But straightway lie dashes their hojies
when he says, "I inherit a taste for story
telling from my father, -.vho used to tell a
story every nigl-.t before he went to lied."
Is not that amostunf lir advantage for
a romancer to take of his- contemporaries,
to bnrst upon the cum-nt story market
with the prodigious en lowment of de
scent from a Scotchman who out of mere
love of yarning was us J to tell a story
every night? Frankly r, seems a worse
blow to ordinary competitive endeavor
thau for an Astor to t.ike up the busi
ness of publishing ruaga lines. Harper's
Toys on a Tomlistone.
In the cemetery of Marietta, Ga., there
is an infant's grave that attracts atten
tion of visitors to that place. There is
no headstonft, but resting on the top of
the grave is a glass box containing the
playthings the little ono had before its
death. There ar dolls, rt .bber and china,
rubber ball, rattler, china cup and other
toys. On the sides of the grave are three
Dottles of medicine, that which was in
use presumably during the last sickness;
The Weather Ko -ecast.
Fair weather and cooler; north
The people quickly re ;ognize merit,
and this is the reason the sale of
Hood's Sarsaparilla are continually
increasing. Try it,
DOJTT BE FOOLED
by the denier who
brings out some
thiux else, that
pars hiin better.
ii nd says that it is
"i ust as coou.
Discovery is guar
anteed. It it don t
benefit or cure, in
every case, you
have your money back. Xo other medi
cine of its kind is so certain and effective
that it can be sold so. Is any other
likely to be "just as good"?
As a blood-cleanser, flesh-builder, and
strength-restorer, nothing can equal the
"Discovery." It's not like the sarsapa-
rillas, or ordinary "spring medicines."
At all seasons, and in all cases it puri
nes, invigorates, and tualils up the whole
6vstem. For every blood-taint and
disorder, from a cov.imon blotch or erup
tion, to the worst scrofula, it is a perfect,
permanent, guaranteed remedy.
Turn to the buchter provok
ing report of thead
.'-ia orrtritr rrnl irlw r
this pa; r. Pou'tnircs
RK YOU INXEEDr
want a cook
Want a partner
Want a situation
Want to rent rooms
uant a servant girl
Want to sell a farm
Want lo sell a house
Want to exchange antbiiur
Want te sell household poods
Want lo make any rcalestate loans
Want to sell or trade foranylhini;
Want to find customers for anything
USB THESE COLUMNS.
rHK DAILY AKGrs DELIVERED AT YOU R
door ever evening for JSSfc per week.
FOR SAI E CHEAP-A CABIN BCMT PAR1 LT
completed, with sufficient material to finish
construction. Ii quire 1(K First av. nnc.
WE OFFER AGENTS BIG Mj.NsY IN EX
elusive territory. Our safes sel at airht in
ciiy or country Agents first in field ar'nally
petting rich. Or.c Bent in one day cleared '.II.5il
So can yon. Cata'ncue free. Address Alpine
Safe Co., No. iu-371 Clark street. Cincinnaii. O.
..111 use merits.
J E. Montrose, Manager.
FOUR NIGHTS, Comrnencin-r,
Monday Night, Sept. 25th.
HOLDEX'S Comedy Co.,
In a ropettoire of the I atest plays. Snnes and
Danres. MONDAY NIGHT tue Uieat
Sensational Comedy Urania,
N. n. Don't fail to hear Ilolden's Mascotte
quartette in quarteite tinging, solo?, duets, etc.
EXTRA. EXTRA. Mondsr niuh' S0c will ad
mit one gentleman and lady or iwo lud cs.
r eserved scats on sale Saturday morning- at
Prices 10. 20 and 30 cents.
suffering from ailmcnta pecnlar totbeir sex can
the reliable uterine corrective and tonic will per
manently relieve the worst oases. Book giving
fnll particnlars mailed free. Address: hoom as
Whitaker Block, Davenport.
Great Sale of
for the next TEN DAYS at very
low prices. Call and see them.
FMIOlITIi GAS STOVES.
all sizes. For economy and labor-savin";
there is no fuel to
equal a Gas stove.
Ice Cream Freezers.
lG15and 1617 Secoi d .rtvvim
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1815 Second Ave.
Koester & Martin
Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on l and the finest brands of domestic
and imported clears. All brands t tobacco.
The score of all the ball games wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1S08 Second Avenue.
Special Good Values.
Heavy Ribbed Vests and Drawers,
Heavy Ribbed Vests and Drawers,
Egyptian yarn, the best you
ever bought at the price,
(icnts' Natural Wool, usual $1.25
quality, for this sale vest and
Special Good Values
CHILD'S GHKY XATl-Ai
VESTS, rANTAI.KTTM AM,
Size 18 '
v, i i
values in children's iin.lcrvar
three cities and believe v..ii
When vou call we will i, '' , .,
our new Dres (,o,i,. .
Hosiery, etc., ct-.
1709 and 1709J Second av
At Loosleys Old Stand.
All goods marked cheaper than ever.
FRANK G. YOUNG.
We Underbuy Undersell Quick Sales.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic aM Dispia Pharmacisi
Is row located in hit new building tit the corner of Fifth avcuik
and Tweoty-tbird street.
J. Bo"ESriEiJ. Tom RorntLD
PlnmViftTQ Stfiflm flao PiffpTG
a -M. 4. Ill VUVIUIUI A UlU 11ULU1U
House Heating and Sanitary Plumbing.
223 Twentieth tr.
We open the season with
Elegant Goods and
Splendid Attractions. -Come
- i i.i ,i
the nn-ht thin" "
One of th1 first important lessons to .'earn about Boys' Clothinp is that reiiab-e fabrics anxl good tailoring at fair
reasonably Drices, are by far more satisfying to purchasers thaa are th ui ny inferior grades at a less price.
Try our Fence Climbers. Novelties for children.
Thoroughly rceritoiicus knee and lonf pants eui's for boys of all ages, made to order, bearing oar label and
sold with our guarantee, cost no more than ordinary ready made, yet, in style and service they are decidedly bett-r.
Would you prefer superior merchandise sold truthfully or the inferior grades sold by sensational methods.
T?ie former are our cLif indutt-ments, the latter abound everywhere.
We aek ndthin? better than an honest test of our claims and if the best is good enough, then come and get it.
There is no rconi for improvement in the style, quality or price we are offering.
All new goods. Not an old elyle.
Shoe Store 1804 Second avnuw
Largest Shoe and Clothing Stores in Rock Island County.
Clotbiner S'orw 1729 Second Avenue, 116-122 Eighteenth St.