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THE ARGUS, W EDMESBAY, OCTOBER 4, 181)3.
rears for pickling at Iitincher's.
Eating ami (coking apples at
Quinces ami pound sweet apples by
Zbe peck at Hiincher's.
California pears, peaches, plums
jinil grapt s at Buneher's.
Dr. Rutherford, of Reynolds, was
to the city today shaking hands w ith
George Schafer, of Preemption, was
in the city today on his way to his
BCH" home in Iowa.
William Roliinson and Miss Alice
JUlorts, of Andalusia, were married
at o o'clock yesterday afternoon at
tht First Baptist church. Rev. C. E.
liforge E. Bailey, who was stricken
suddenly ill yesterday morning, and
who was in a precarious condition
all day yesterday, is reported as
winch better today.
The friends of Leo Deisenroth will
pleased to learn that he contin
aet to improve at Mercy hospital, at
IPavenport. and that his symptoms
art all of the most favorable nature.
The Ladies', Industrial Relief so--ity
will hold itslirst meeting in the
3f. M. C. A. building Saturday at 2 p.
at. All oflicers, ward managers
nail assistants are asked to bo pres
ent. Dr. Coffee, the oculist at the Har
per house, will operate on all cases
ttl cross eyes at half price on this
frrfp. If you are too poor to pay for
operation he will do it free. He will
iic leen here until Friday noon.
Mrs. L. Barks, of Moline. wa op
erated on by Dr. CotTee today at the
Jlarper houe and had her hearing
urstored. Slie had been ileaf 10 years.
She is delighted with the result and
praises the doctor.
James Mi'Michacl. son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. K. MrMicheal. of Milan, .lied
at his home in Whitier, Cal., yester
day, after a long and tedious illness.
Jim had many friends throughout
llic county that will regret to hear of
fr. W. (). ColTce, the eminent ocu
list, arrived at the Harper house last
ijight. anil has been busy today re
!u'"mg the deaf and blind. He cured
tUr-e cases of deafness today before
?3ot.i He will be here until Friday
noon. Consultation free.
Mrs. E. Rice. son. Isaac, ami
daughter. Clara, are in this city
stitch will be their future home. Mr.
Hice accepting a position as sales
man in the London Clothing com
pany, of which his brother, Mycr
Siice. is one of the proprietors.
John Dressen. residing on Twelfth
street, has arrived at the conclusion
Ihat the story of the shootinr esca
paritr in his domestic household, an
socneed three weeks ago, was untrue
and he says any and all persons re
sponsible for the circulation of the
Tcport, are outrageous prevaricators
mil dare not face him with the accu
sation. Nevertheless. Dressen's
neighbors do not acquiesce in his ver
sion of the affair.
Loral World Fair Visitor.
Mrs. W. H. Gest left for Chicago
".db is morning.
City Engineer XV. A. Darling left
'or the fair this morning.
Lh A. H. MeCandless and wife left
itiis morning for Chicago.
Miss Eva N'ortunyle has returned
from a ti-weeks" visit at the Vorld"s
Mesdmacs L. Simon and E. Moscn-
iielder are home from a short visit to
Misses Kate, and Joe Stanton have
returned from an extended visit to
lit World's fait.
Street Superintendent and Mrs.
Edwin Ward returned last evening
irom a week at the fair.
J.'X. Welch, of Honesdale, Pa., ac
companied by Mrs. M. J. Welch, left
lm morning for home, the latter
only going as far as Chicago, w here
3he will visit the fair.
"Eccentricities of a Great Man's "Umbrella.
Tom Keed visited Wall street yester
day, and before he got out he was the
innocent cause of a great deal of pro
fanity. He wore a gray suit, a straw
hat and a flaring red cravat. In his
hand lie carried a biu; umbrella. Iu front
of the Wilkes building he ran across Mr.
Edwin Einstein, who tamo in a bad sec
ond to Mr. Gilroy in the last mayoralty
contest, and the two men stopped on the
aarrow sidewalk to converse. Mr. Reed
aecaine very much interested in his dis
oonrse on the silver repeal and waved
lis big umbrella in all directions. Tho
brokers dodged and used had words.
f'rctniuniK I'or Sjiecil.
A tidy little sum has been paid out by
tho government in premiums to the
builders of naval vessels during the pres
ent year. By exceeding the sjx-ed re
quired thri Bancroft netted her contract
ors tt4.),iH)0: the Detroit, $lo0.oo(); the
Now York. &W,(M), and the Machias.
$43,000, a total of -l40,000. This amount
is likely to be increased. The money
may be regarded as well invested if it
does no more than call attention to the
high standard of excellence attain
able by American shipbuilders. Bos
Is there any valid objection to the
proposition made by the American con
jnl at the Belgian city of Lit-e that
Sflistiils phall be used in this country as
2sts of draft and of burden, as they
are naed in Belgium? If dog power is
rmniijg to waste here as it formerly ran
to wasto In Belgium, why should it not
fee utilized by the Americans, a3 it now
a by the Belgians, to their profit? .New
COUNTY Bl ll-IMNG.
Sept. 30. A. W. Wadsworth to II.
W. Swim, tract bv notes and bounds
in assessor's lot 3, $3. IS. lw, $1,300-
Emil Evers to Anna Evers, lot 2,
black 46, Chicago or Lower add.,
Rock Island, $1,000.
15. C. Keator to Ellen S. Webber,
indetinite track, city of Moline, $2,
000. Farquhar Stuart y heirs to Frank
Keini, lot . block Reynolds, f 1,
100. Oct. . Melville C. Crandall to
Caroline Twelftree, lot 19, block 2,
T. J. Rodman by heirs to Charles
Carsten. lot 3. block S. Gen. Rod
man's add.. Rock Island, sftiOU.
J. C. 11. Road to Ferdinand Tag
gart. tract by metes aul bounds, as
sessor's lot 23. 18. lw, $2.0110.
Sarah L. Ryder tc Ferdinand Tag
gart, tract bv metes- and bounds, as
sessor's lot 3. 33, b, lw, $700.
Charles Kroeger to George Cars
tens, lots 21, "22 and 23. Schreinor &
Roth Bros., Cottagt Grove sub div..
South Rock Island, $350.
Robert Koehler, i t al., to Mary J.
Rhodenbaugh. lot 11, A. C. Dart's
sub div.. Rock Island, $2,600.
Mary J. Flint to Erick E. Nyquist,
lot 4. Mary J. Flint's sub div., Mo
30 Peter King, by devisee, to
Mary M. Kin. so ne'-, 2, 17, lw,
William and David Smith to Fred
crick and Ella M. Smith, part nwj
sw 28, 19. 3e, $1.
Oct. 2--Joseph B. Adams to Alfred
Johnson, part lots B. 1 and 2, block
25, blocks 34 and l'o. Hampton, e.
sw.', 17, IS. H part nwj so', nej 17,
IS, lc, $M0.
Oct. - Estate of II. S. ShurtletT.
Proof of notice to creditors filed.
Claims of J. W. Morgan $123.75, and
J. M. O. Burner $33 50. allowed.
Estate of James Waugh. Proof of
notice of creditors tiled. Claims of
M. C. Crandall $3.55 and L. S. Skel
ton $llo.52. allowed
Estate of John C.Adams. Admin
istratrix's report tiled and approved.
Report upon application for order to
sell outstanding aecc tints tiled. Just
and true account of personal estate
and debts tiled and approved. Peti
tion by administratrix to sell real es
tate to pay debts tile 1.
F:state Vf X. ImhoIT. Claims of
Bhippiannock cenie cry association
Conservatorship o: Sophia Hilde
hrandt. Jury empanelled and sworn.
Hearing, and verdiit '-lunatic and
that a conservator should bo appoin
ted." Ordered that letters of con
servatorship issue to J. L. Haas un
der bond of $2.00o.
Estate of Johu Curnyn. Troof of
notice to creditors. Claims of Dan
iel Daly and Catharine Sullivan al
lowed. Oct. 3. Estate of Simon E. Fox.
Claims of trustees of schools of town
ship 17. range 4 west, allowed at
Conservatorship o- Sophia Hilde
brandt. Bond ol Joseph J,. Haas, as
conservator, tiled ant approved and
Licensed to Wetl.
Oct. 3 W. II. Eobinson, Alice
Arthur McNeil. Li ura Beardslev,
4 Axel Brinborg. Amanda C. Fer
Max Rosenlield, I ebecca Hirsch.
Stephen F". Trego, Swedona, Emma
A JuHt but Lenient Jutlce.
An unusual incident occurred in the
city court at Savannah a few days
ago. Judge McDonmll was tardy in
putting in an appearance, for which he
fined himself $10 and then promptly re
mitted the tine. His honor went to see
his physician to have Lis arm, which he
recently injured, dressed, and the doctor
kept him a little longer than he had
counted on. When he entered the
courtroom, the hands cn the clock above
the judge's desk pointed to just 10 min
utes past 10.
Judge McDonnell took note of the fact
and said: "In accordat ce with the rules
of this court every officer who comes in
late is subject to a fine. The clerk will,
therefore, enter a fine f $10 against the
court for tardiness, to be paid into,tiie
registry of the court. Owing to the
fact, however, that this is the first time,
this thing has happen -d, and also that
the court had to be det lined in order to
have its arm dressed, t he clerk will re
mit the fine.'" Baltimore Sun.
Tho project of hoidii g a national ex
position in the City of Mexico this win
ter, using the exhibits s ;nt by Mexico to
Chicago, has been aban loned.
Captain Magnus Andersen, command
er of the Viking ship, h is prepared him
self to lecture on the subject.
for Cnns'im tion is what you
are ollerins if your blood is
iniTmre. Co lsuniption is simp
ly i-iing ."seioiuia. A scrolu
lons condition, with a slicbt
couch or eolil, is all that it
tier;::-1" liov -lop it.
lint just. P8 it depends upon
the 11-hmI for its origin, so it
deiH-n f.-- upon the blood for
"S its cere. Tao surest remedy
I Mm for Scrofula in vprr form-
the most eft'e rtive Llood-cleatis-er,
llesh-buii ler. and strength
restorer that s known to medi
al science, s Doctor Pierce's
( ; a 1 d e u M- -dical Discovery.
For Consumption in oil ita
eariier stURei, and for AVeak
Lunirs. Asthi in.SttvereCouchs.
and all Bronchial. Throat, mid Lung ufreo
tions, that is the only rei ledy so unfailing
that it can lj innrantee . If it doesn't
benefit or cure, you have y ur money back.
No matter how lo:ig you've had Catarrh,
or how severe, Dr. Safe's I emedv will effect
a permanent cure. $.' reward is offered
by the proprietors of this medicine, tor on
incurable cae of Catarrh,
Kates Lower Than Half Fare for Chicago
Way at the World's Fair on Oet. 9th.
The Burlington, Cedar Rapids &
Xorthern railway will sell excursion
tickets, from ajl points on its lines to
Chicago, at rates oven less than half
fare for tho round trip. Tickets are
on sale October 6th, 7th and 7th. good
to return on or before October 18th,
1893. For time of trains and other
information call on or address agents
of this company, or
J. E.JIANNEGAX, G. T. & P. A.
Hon. Dexter Curtis
Of Madison, Wis., a reliable business man,
states that he " had a had coqgh for two years,
After the Crip.
I pot a bottle of Ttood's Sarsaparilla and it gave
me relief at once. I have taken six battles anil
know I am much better in every way."
Hood's Pills cure all liver ills, biliousness,
aundice, indigestion, sick headache. 25c
RE VOL' IN NEED?
Wniit n rook
Want a partner
Want a 'luaton
Want to rent moms
Warn a servant girl
Want to n-11 a farm
Want in sell a house
Want to exchange ainthinp
W'ant le sell hmisehoM pomi
W'ant to mute any r'al estate loans
Want to sell or trade for anythlni:
Want to fltiii customers for anything
VSE TUEsE COLUMNS.
rHG DAILY AKGLS DELIVER EU ATYoLH
door evi ry eTunini. for li-c per week.
FURNISHED ROOM FDR FEXT WITU l'.ATII
room privileuf, 'o blocks from spencer
siiu:ir adUres- "F" this office.
VHES YOU VisIT
E IRU'S FAIR
Do not forget to eee the ex
hibit of the General Elec
tric Company in the Elec
tricity Bnildi ig, v e Intra
mural Railway equipped
with General Electric Com
pany's ;ipparatus, the Elec
tric Launc e equipped
with General Elecnic Com
pany's motorh. and the Gen
eral Elect! ic company's Arc
Lighting Pi int and Pover
Generators in Machinery
RtifleriDS from ailments pecular to their sex can
the reliable uterine corrective and tonic will per
manently relieve the worst cases. Book giving
fnll particulars mailed free. Address: Koom -5
Whitaker Block, Davenport.
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NEW FALL GOODS.
Children's C.vrs made of eider
down flannels and other poods,
ehoicc assortment beginning at
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Kiverside Oaks, Riverside Ranges
Riverside Cook in Stoves,
(iarland Hard Coal Stoves.
The best as?or:ment of Stoves io the city.
1615 and 1617 Merontl Ay.
Large Assortment of Dress Goods
received Saturday in plains,
plaids, mixture, etc., beginning
as low as
NEW FALL GOODS.
ON SALE -MONi)AY
Kid Gloves Mnsipiitair.- n,if
ed, colors only
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BLACK AID li LOVES 111 .V
Black Kii Gloves, dn
A few colors in abi.u-
and ranging up to $1.65.
1709 and Second avenue.
Close buyers will find u- ,,dK
quarters for all kinds ,,f
Goods at lowest prices.
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New Scale Kimball,
Hallet & Davis.
rn6trarEents sold on easy-
tim pa merits. Violins
and accordeons at half
,615 Srcoiid Ay
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
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Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brands of domestic
and imported cigars. All brands Jf tobacco.
The acore of all the ball games wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1808 Second Avenne.
Will be removed to the Columbia Store,
Where they will be sold at bankrupt prices
FRANK G. YOUNG.
We UnderbuyUndersell Quick Sales.
I in port ed and
Domestic Su .tinirs
with a replete stock of Fall
and Winter Suitings at Xo.
1707 Second avenue, in the
store formerly occupied bv
II. D. Folsom.
J. F. RotifriELD. Tom Kos zsntu)
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters,
House Heating; and Sanitary Plumbing. - - 223 Twentieth rtr.
We open the season with
Elegant Goods and
We are prepared to lo
as we have always
the right thin;' hy
One of til-) first important -rtsoi to !earn about Boys' Clothing is that reliable fabrics and good tailoring at fair
reasonable urices, a-ie by far in re su.isfyirfg to puichasers than are the many inferior grades at a less price.
Try our Fence Climbers. Novelties for children.
Thoroughly meritorious knee and long pants suits 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 better.
Would you prefer superior merchandise sold truthfully or the inferior grades sold by sensational methods.
The former are our chief inducements, the latter abound every where.
We aek nothing better than an honest test of our claims and if the best is good enough, then come and get it.
There is eo rcom for improvement in the style, quality or price we are offering:
All new goods. Net an old elyle.
Shoe8tore lfcteJSecond avenue
Largest Shoe and Clothing Stores in Rock Island County.
Clothing Store 1729 Second Avenue, 1X6-122 Eighteenth St.