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THE ARGUS. TUESDAY", OCTOBER 3, 18J3
Blue grass seed at Passijfs.
Citron melons at Hess Bros.
Try The Akc.is want column.
Nice clover honey at Passig's.
Xice pickling pears at Passig's.
Siberian crab apples at Hess Bros.
Cooking anil eating apples at Hess
T. H. Harper left for lVnrer last
Quinces anil pound sweet apples at
A nice display of California fruit
Fancy Michigan peaches 4" cents a
basket at Passig's.
Cape Cod cranberries three quarts
ior 25 cents at Passig's.
The best mince meat three pack
ages for 25 cents at Passig's.
The Moline plow company will
start up tomorrow morning.
Bo.tons vs All-Amcriearis at Twin
Citv park tomorrow afternoon.
Have von bought anv of that dried
fruit that Passrg is selling so cheap?
Mr?. F.niil Koehler has returned
from a -1-u eeks" visit to Cleveland and
Rev. J. 1. Prolixin of Boston was
a visitorof Mr. and Mr?. J.T. Sheilds
John Mahin. of the Muscatine
Journal, registered at the Harper
Lost An open-face silver watch.
Finder will receive reward bv leaving
same at this office.
The most extensive line of carpets
st of Chicago can bo seen at Clem
inn Jr. Salzmann's.
Narioaal league teams at Twin
City park tomorrow afternoon Bos
tons vs. All-Americans.
There will be a meeting of Trinity
Improvement guild at the rectory at
I o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
Maj. C. W. llawes. head clerk of
the Si. W. A. at Fulton. a in the
city today. shaking hamls with
Dick Coleman claim to have out
done the mayor and otlu r- in ti li I ri ir
in Rock river, having landed 24 sal
mon this morning.
Now is the time to select your fall
carpets, go to Clemann A: alzmann
and you will -cc the largest and
finest line in the west.
Mr. Julius .lunge, accompanied
iv her daughters Freeda and Lillie.
returned today from a few days' visit
to her mother in Alcdo.
Manager Montrose, of the Harper,
has secured a'handsonie counter cab
inet. which is r.f the most modern
and ornamenstal deign.
The family of the late Mr-. Magnus
Huber desire to return their sincere
thanks to the friends who extended
lid and sympathy in their recent
Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Recti, of Seat
tle, Wash., accompanied by Mrs.
Reed": mother, Mrs. Baughn.'dre vis
iting for a few davs at the residence
of J. W. Welch.
The funeral of the late Dr. Roche,
tvho met with such a shockiiiL' acci
dent in Chicago Thursday, was held
rrom the cathedral in Davenport to
day. Rev. Father Sullivan officiating.
It was largely attended.
Mrs. K. J. Nagel, accompanied by
nef son George and neice. Mis- Ne!
ie Nagel, left this morning f"r their
home in Cheyenne, the former two
having been "attending the fair and
the latter visiting Mrs. Henry Hous
man. in Rock Isiand.
The Moline citv council last even
ing, by unanimous vote, passed an
ordinance releasing the tri-eity street
Tsilwav companv from the stipula
tion imposed at the time the electric
franchises were granted, that 1 per
cent of the gross receipts of the lines
in Moline be paid into the city treas
William Dressen, Robert Wagner
John Ohlweiler. Fred Appehiuist,
Henry Geisler and August Liitt con
stituted the committee to the Liquor
Dealers, Protective association ot tin
Twenty-first district which meets iu
Ottawa today. Before ret.irniug the
gentlemen will -pend a few days at
1 lie .MotTei! cMi win inaugurate- a
series of entertainment- which will
he held at its hall this winter by a
sociable and dance on Thursday eve
ning. As tin; object of the club is
very praiseworthy it is hoped that it
"will receive the patronage of all who
take an interest in the uplifting of
Clemann iV: Salzinann have only a
few more of tlio-e line chamber suites
left of those which they purchased
at Mich remarkable low figures on
account of a manufacturer being hard
up for ready cash. This i- your
only chance, "while they last, to buy
at manufacturer's prices. First
come, first served, at Clemann -Salzmann's.
Mrs. E. A. Wood, of Kansas City,
Kan., who has been visiting for the
past two weeks at the home of her
brother, H. N. Wood, was suddenly
called home on Sunday evening by
what she thinks must be the death
f her only child. Mrs. Eva Walker,
nee Eva Wood, formerly of this city.
Mrs. Walker had many warm friends
in this city, who will be pained to
hear the sail intelligence. She has
been failing in health since last
March, and on the 10th of this month
would have been married to Mr.
Walker one year.
Yesterday being the birthday of
Roy. W. S. Marquis, the beloved pas
tor of the Broadway Presbyterian
ohurch, Mrs. Marquis succeeded in
arranging a' most agreeable surprise
for him. Mr. Msrquis was at Sterl
ing Sunday, and in his absence, the
invitation was delivered from the
Broadway pulpi: Sunday that the
congregation wo lid be welcome at
the parsonage ne t night. On Mr.
Marquis" return home yesterday, he
found an unusual amount of parish
visitation to do, and when he arrived
home last night 1 e found most of his
congregation there to receive him.
A most enjoyable occasion it proved
to be for all. and; he pastor pronoun
ces it the harpiest birthday he ever
narl. . r 1
Wrdill ig Itel In-
Last evening at 5 o'clock James
Maroney, the C, K. I. & P. engineer,
and Miss Annie Marrin were married
at St. Joseph's church. The couple
are well known here, having been
raised in Rock Isl ind. Mr. Maroney
is held in the highest esteem by his
employers, and is jne of the young
est engineers on the Rock Island
road. Mrs. Maroiiey is one of Rock
Island's fairest daughters, and has
for a number of y ars been employed
in the office of the Sechler Carriage
works in Moline. After the cere
mony at the church, the couple were
driven to the In ide's home, 2016
Third avenue, wl ere a sumptuous
repast was served.
The happy coupl j were the recip
ients of many handsome presents,
and left last evening for a visit at
the fair. The Akgis joins with oth
er friends iu w ishirg Mr. and Mrs.
Maroney success and joy in their
Shot II ut-eir.
A telephone message came to Cor- :
oner Hawes this af ernoon notifying
him of a suicide at Andalusia, a man
named Snvder ending his existence
by means of a revolver. Details are
not obtainable. Deputy Coroner Eck
hart went down to aold the inquest.
. ctuul ititlustrj.
The -.. . ir" industry of Norfolk is
unique, i-cre is a little city jn Virginia
that Las laoUu the greatest distribut
ing cvi.ur t-: pdauuts iu the world. A
jieanu: is , iL-tty sm ill item, but anan
uul crop i-i something like 5,00.0iH)
busiiels, worth mi .lions of dollars,
tuak-.s ix J iv.ty big item.
The dei..ii;:a for g ji-rs has doubled
within ti.e i . t live yc'ars, ai:d the sup
ply does t yt t till lb - growing demand.
Few ieo; ie uiiow ti.e curious uses to
which the .ouber ha.- bet a put iu trade
quite of l..;e years. No other single
piaM rui-eii i:; il.is o uiitry is used iu so
many di.'t rent ways. The Chinese say
thecoc'aut palm 1. as as many useful
properties a- there are days in the year.
Thego"!.tr is liot sv, universal as that,
but it has i.s many valuable qualities as
there are tb.ys iu the week. The solid
part of the nut is eculiarly nutritive
and supplies fruit aul food for many a
family. The vines make fine fodder,
some say a.s good as clover hay, while
hogs fatten on what .s left in the fields
after t he crop has be n gathered. New
Crop Saved by 1 rot Torch.
As fine a display of fireworks as could
be desired iiiL: have ui-n witnessed
after midnight the other morning in the
mountainous farm l.nds covering the
northern portion of Saratoga county, N.
Y. Frost comes early thereabouts, and
three years out of fi e damages or de
stroys the com and buckwheat.
A Swedish farmer t n Hadley hill sug
gested the i.se of fro-t torches" in time
of danger, and explained that Scandi
navian agriculturists! wle them of petro
leum soaked j.at. Peat is not handy
iu the locality if Ha lit y hill, but pine
is plentiful, so in odt". times during the
summer a number of farmers cut stakes
2 inches in diamett r and 5 feet long
and provided tiienisel .es with kerosene.
At b o'clock the ether evening the
thermometer fell to 33 degrees, and the
experimenters put their stakes to soak.
At midnight they set them up. 50 to the
acre, in the buckwheat fields, and by 1
a. in. had them blaz ng and smoking.
Every man who tried the plan saved his
crop. On other fart is, where nothing
was done, the probable yield is reduced
at least two-th:rds. The "frost torches'
cost in all a half cent each. New York
An Ascending Meteor.
Professor von Nissl has been investi
gating the path of tie meteor that ap
eared July 7, lb02, aad was seen both
in Austria and Italy. The result of this
computation has shovn that undoubt
edly the path of the li eteor at the latter
en l of it- course was directed upward.
The length of its path measured 1.110
kilometers from itsmarest approach to
the earth surface (: kilometers above
the surface; to the po tit where it disap
peared, which was at a height of LIS
kilometers. This is al out the first time
that the path of a rising" meteor has been
so accurately invest ig; ted. Nature.
A Silit-k Samaritan.
A landlord in Urchai 1 street was eject
ing a female tenant fo: nonpayment of
reut when a passerby inquired the cause
of the trouble, and be ng told said that
he would not see a woiuau turned out of
her home and that he would pay the
rent. He handed f Hit to the landlord,
who took four mouths" rent out of it and
gave the balance (o2) hack to the good
Samaritan and a receipt to the woman
The man then went aw ay, anl the land
lord a few minutes lat jr discovered that
he had been swindled, as the $100 bill
was a counterfeit. Nt w York Letter.
Californla-N'evau i lioundiu-y.
Professor George Davidson, head of
the coast survey on the Pacific coast, is
working with a party f scientists near
Carson City, New, ma cing observatious
to determine the disputed boundary be
tween California and 1,'evada. The task
will take two years and perhaps longer.
Iu view of what Hoid'sSarsaparilla
has done for others, is it not reason
able to believe that it will also be of
benefit to you?
The nTler Show Window.
A considerable item of expense to
every ambitious new furrier is the
cost of mounting the stuffed fur-bearing
animals that usually occupy the
furrier's show windows and are his
most effective signs. The skins thus
exhibited sometimes cost thousands of
dollars and those that are exposed to
the weather must be frequently re
placed. The BMslan Fly.
The Hessian fly is so called because
It was supposed to have been brought
from Germany during the revolution
ary war in wheat imported for the
use of the Hessian mercenaries in the
British army. It has traveled west at
the rate of fifteen or twenty miles a 1
THE WEAKEST SPOT
" f " in your whole
A""" f!-N system, perhai.
is The liver. If
tket doesn't do
its work of puri
fying the Llood.
conio from it
- -- tl.au yea cau re-
Dr. Pierce's G..1 l.-n Medical T-iscovery acta
opon this weuk s..-..; as nt-iUinc else can. It
rouses it up to i.tuitby. natural action. By
thoroughiy purityircg the blood, it reaches,
builds up, and invigorates every pjul of the
For nil diseases that depend ou the liver
or the blood I 'ypejvia, Indicestion, Rilioiis
ness ; every 1- :-ru of (scrofula, even Con
sumption (or I.ung-Fcrofii'a ) ia its earlier
stapes: and tbe most stubborn Skin and
Scalp Diseases, ;La " iisaovj-y " is tbo oniy
remedy so unf-Uir.g and elective tiiat it can
If it doesn't lienellt or cure, vou have your
On these tonics. It's an insult to vour in-
leuigence to tsve soiaeaing else offered u
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NEW FALL GOODS.
Childken's Caps made of eider
down flannels and other poods,
choice assortment bej-innin;; at
RK VOU IX NEED7
Want a cook
Want a partner
Want a luation
Want to rent man
Want a servant girl
Want to e!l a farm
Want lo (iell a bouse
Want to fxclianco anttbinir
Want if toll hoiischold po.Mli
Want to make any real estate loan
Wai.t to sell or trade for aiiytMr.i:
Want to find customers for anvthini
I'SE THEsE COLUMNS.
rRK daily akgis delivered at your
door every erenice for lic per week.
FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT WITU R ATII
room privileL'', 'wo tilocls from Spencer
quarr. aaares. mi omw.
vVHES YOU V-.alT
W WOBLJ'S FAIR
Do not lorget to fee tht ex
hibit of the General Elec
tric Company in the Elec
tricity Building, t1 e Intra
mural Railway equipped
with Gereral Electric Com
pany's apparatus, the Elec
tric Launc'e equipped
with Geu-ral El-cuic Com
pany's mot rs. and tbn Gen
eral Etectdc company's Arc
Liehting P! int and Power
Generators in Machinery
softener from ailments pecular to their sex can
th rfOifthln ntorfn rArwpttvn nnA tnnlp will nr.
manently relieve the worn caiieo. Book pivini;
fnll particnlar mailed free. Addre??: Room '
n niuuter Cloct, Davenport.
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'SSS3 T OO V KEKSSS
Riverside Oaks, Riverside Ranges
Riverside Cooking Stoves,
(iarland Hard Coal Stoves.
The bcrt assortment of Stove in the city.
1615 Bud 1617 Hrrimil Av-
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P P II
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New Scale Kimball,
Hallet & Davis.
Ki al Or
Instruments sold on eaey
time pa ments. Violins
and accordeon'- at half
815 S-coDd Av.
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
,-Kx c I I' ,11 . till). . ,.mj
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brand of dotre!c
and imported ciuara. All brands t tobacco.
Tbe acora of all the ball came wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOPP, Prop.,
1S08 Second Avenne.
Large Assortment of Dress Goods
received Saturday in plains,
plaids, mixtures, etc., beginning
as low as
NEW FALL GOODS
OX SALE MiM)AV
Kid GJ.OVE-- Muxpiita'r..
ed, colors only
Black Kid" Gloves ;:i
Black Kid Gloves. -!i .......
A few colors in al,,.-,.
and ranging up to 1.65.
'1709 and 1709$ Second aveW
Close buyers will ii:, ,
quarters for all kind; , f tv.
Goods at lowest price-.
"J" HE REST
Will be removed to the Columbia Store,
Where they will be sold at bankrupt prices
FRANK G. YOUNG.
We Underbuy UndersellQuick Sales.
In a few days I will open
with a replete stock of Fall
and Winter Suitings at No.
1707 Second avenue, in the
store formerly occupied bv
H. D. Folsom.
J. F, EosESriELD.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters,
House IIeatinj and Sanitary riumbing.
We open the season w ith
Elegant Goods and
We are prepared u ic
as we have always k'E
the right th:::- by
One of firBt importaii' 6?oni to learn about Boys' Clotliine is that reliable fabrics and good tailoring at fair
reasonable rices, aie by fai t:me f aiisfying to putchasers than are the many inferior grades at a lee$ price.
Try our Fence Climbers. Novelties for children.
Thoroughly meiitoiions knee and long pante euis for boys of all ages, made to order, bearing oar label and
sold witb cur 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.
The former are our chief inducements, the latter abound everywhere.
We atk nothing better than an honest test of our claims and if the best is good enough, then come and get it.
There is ro loom for improvement in the style, quality or price we are offering;
All new goods. Not an old elyle. i;
Shoe;8tore lSCMjSecond avenuj
Largest Shoe and Clothing Stores in Rock Island County.
Clothing Store 1729 Second Avenue, 116-122 Eighteenth St.