Newspaper Page Text
THE ABGUS, 'WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 18i)tf.
Peaches hy the basket at Pass
The very best Imttcrine at rassi-r's
A nice line of California fiuit
Oft prices on bntterine at II. Tre-
mann & Son's.
The Limited Mail'1 at .Harper'
theaire tomorrow ni;ht.
A. J. Shields, of loletlo, (.)., is in
the city visiting friends.
It wi'.l pay yon to buy your
terino at II. Troniann fc Sons.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Albrecht, of
crtown. were in the city today.
Lot her Harm left last evening for
Sherburn. Minn., to enjov a hunt on
his farm there
The fire and p.dice alarm boxes are
boin painted red. a more desirable
ccdor than before.
Miss Marv Urandt. of Avnea, Iowa
is visiting Miss Clara Woltmann on
Y. F. Kinck left for A-heton, N
C. last nt-'lit. where he will remain
luring the winter in hopes of bene
fitting his health.
XI There will be a tea at Mrs. Seotfs
fiomc. on Tenth avenue, tomorrow
from R to 0. for the benefit of the
Twenty-ninth street chapel.
The travel out of Chicago is hav
ing its effect on the railroads, trains
being delayed either directly in con
sequence of it or because of connec
George A. llersel was out today
for the tirt time since undergoing a
sunrieai operation recently tor m-
groing ioe nail. lt. IIoll tbusli
having removed the nail.
Herman Smith, a middle-weight
wrestler from St. Paul, has arrived
to train Charles Moth for his forth
coming wrestling match villi '-Farmer'
Burns. Moth's training quar
ter are in Davenport.
A. M. r.lair, who has been in the
county jail since Saturday, was ad
judged in -iiie yesterday by Prs.
Coniegv and Carter, and remanded
to Jacksonville. l'cesive use of
alcohol was the cause of hi derange
ment. tn behaif of Scott county. Mcsrs.
Heinz V Fisher have beun action
:igainst William Wilson, the man who
run a steam engine across a bridge in
Pleasant Valley township on Sept.. 2,
with a disastrous result to the bridge.
The accident is charged to the negli
gence i f Wilson in not first laving
planks across the bridge, and judg
nient against him for damages in the
sum of 1.V is asked.
Maj. Icardsli'v has information
that Mrs. Jennie S'agel. of Cheyenne,
has recovered most of the property
which her absconding husband. White
stole from her. and also the $lo,nit )
forfeit pledged by White's friends in
Xcw York for his appearance, the
latter being now on foreign shores a
fugitive. The stolen property con
sisted of bonds, stock certificates,
etc., representing in all about $40.
'Xi. John A. Martin, of this city, and
Miss Kate Sandbach. of ISeardstown.
were married at the First P.aptis't
church parsonage Monday afternoon
by Itev. C. K. Taylor. The groom is
the we'.l known proprict.-r of the
sample room at the foot of sixteenth
street. :.r,'i lias nianv frieijds. while
nis bride wis forniej-y connected
with trie Postal Telegrai'h cotnivanv's
AN ERROR STOPS A WEDDING.
The Mistake of a 1 rrorh l.eglttrar Causes
, Wee and Indignation.
The turbident Parisian suburb of St.
Denis has p -oduccd another sensation
this time young lady of the mascu
line g-endcr! At least this is according
to the parish register. This young
person, who has always gone by the
name of Elia Webert, presented her
self at the laairie in bridal costume,
accompanied bythe young man of her
choice, for t le purpose of entering the
sacred bonds of matrimony. Just at
the moment whcn,.thc brfde was about
to pronounce the Oui" tc the all-important
ques- ion of the ceremony a clerk
tapped the deputy mayor, who was
officiating, n the arm and showed
him the etat civil, or register of births,
"We cannot continue the marriage Is
impossible," sail the deputy; "for
here on the register I find the brido
inscribed as having been born a male
child, and named Nicolas Webert."
Imagine the chagrin of the bride and
bridegroom and the stupefaction of
the relatives and witnesses! But it
was impossible to proceed with the
ceremony. The marriage has been
postponed uniil the registers can be
Hi 9 Mau of Iron."
'The Mar of Iron," otherwise
"Giles the W teard," was one of the
persons put to death during the witch
craft persecutions at Salem. M.iss
His real name was Giles Corev. and at
the time of hw awful death he was an
old man past SO. When accused of
being a "wizard" (which the Salem
lunatics seem to have considered the
masculine of witch"), he calmly met
their charges and coolly informed them
that he would die rather than admit
that he had ever had communion with
evil spirits. He was put to the peine
forte et dure (Jeath by pressure with
huge weights , his fortitude during
his dying moments winnintr for him
the title nsed in the headline.
A Dream That Was Realized.
Charles Smiti of Snarta. Ga.. la
had a singular dream. During a re
cent fire a clock was stolen f,
burning house. The fallowing nicht
he dreamed thit he was standing near
a negro engaged in cutting wood and
mat, Jooking through the open win
dow of .he uer-ro's house, he saw the
clock standing on the niann I-piece,
In the morning he went to the house
to investigate the matter. Finding
the front door locked he went around
to the rear, locked through the win
dow, saw the clock, and recovered it.
usi as lie haa ( reamed.
The muscles i f a well-dereloped hu
man jaw can uxcrt a forco nf r.ru
pounds according to recent experi
ments. The blood in its natural state
contains an amc untof pure water that
is really astonishing to one who has
not given the subject attention near
ly seven-eightts of its entire bulk.
Kiel estimates the surface of the lungs
at ISOsquare feet, or ten times that of
the external bedy. There is enough
of iron in the bliod of forty-eight men
make a plowshare of twenty-four
:fliec hi re. and, likewi-
The reports of the general passen
ger agents of the western lines run
ning into Chicago for September are
really glowing. On one day the Chi
cago, Hock Island it Pacific landed 7.
(fi() passengers in Chicago, and during
the entire month had every coach it
owned in service. The business of
the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy
taxed that company's equipment to
its largest limit, "and one day that
road delivered over 8.0(i0 passengers
in Chicago, not including its subur
ban travel. The C, M. & St. P. is
reported to have carried 10,000 to
the Chicago day festivites.
w a v
lxiral World' Fair YisiturH.
W. t). Negus has returned
Mr. and Mrs. Charles McHugh
leave for the World's fair tomorrow
Supervisor John A. Wilson
family, of Kural. arrived home
the fair today.
II. C. Wilierton leaves for the
tomorrow morning, lie will
Mrs. Wilierton in Chicago.
'"Henry Yonaoh. of Andalusia
in the citv yesterday on his
borne from a week at the fair.
Thomas Dolly, accompanied by his
sister. Mrs. Frank I'hland, of Poca
tello, Idaho, is spending a week at
President K. K. Cable, of the Hock
Island road, and wife, and Miss An
derson returned, to Chicago in Mr.
Cable's private car at noon today.
The Juror Got Their Fees.
In Justice Hawes' court today, the
case of Frohlinger vs. Kyan, a suit on
a note, was hoard. A jury of six was
sworn, composed of, F. W. Weisler,
Frank Habcock, F. X. Horn. S. It.
Wright. S. dear and II. A. McDon
ald, and during the hearing the jury
demanded their fees. ami after hearing
the case, they simply remained out
until they were given their pay, the
plaintiff putting up the amount
and he got the verdict.
Peter l'oivnia i was admitted to the
'spita! yesteri av to receive care for
Itayniond Cro iwan. a typhoid fever
atient. and Ci melius shea, suffer
ing with in fain i latum of the tongue,
were discharged this iimriiiii"-. cured.
Indians Geidiig t'i;ly Again.
KocK Sl-UNos. Wy.. Oct. 11. The coun
try north of ltock s.,r;i,t-s is overrun with
Indians who wui.tuuly destroy game for
tbe hides. They not only kill ame for
hides, but ai;iioy the settlers by running
stock oil the ranj.es. About a month ugo
they bwooped down upon the couutry
southeast ot ltock Springs aud cleaned up
everything iu Bight.
Two Fish riueu Drowned.
Chicago, Oct. 1.. A fishing boat bound
from Chicago to Waukegau Friday night
was capsized in the gale after being driven
into the lake a cUzen miles off Lke For
est aud its occupants were drowged. They
were Guilders m aud John P. Peter
son. The two men were partners iu tbe
fishing boat audntta, and had been fishing
ull Chicago during the summer.
HA.MILT0S, X. I'., Oct. 11. This town
has been vi ited i:h mother disastrous
fire. The village lire company ii.il good
work nud had the lire well turner control
when the hose ws cut. 'I he total losses
w.U he about tTo.D i. It is t lie Mipposii iou
tbut the fire was m t !y some party opj.ose 1
to the prohibition ,uw.
Tile CigariiakclV I'liioii.
MlLWAVKLi:, Oct 11. The c-.g-irmakers'
couventiou has deeded to grant new char
ters to any new heal unions that might
sprim: up. Heretofore each larecity ha.
been uliowed u 1 xed number of local
unions. The couse jiience is that some o
the local unions in large cities have be
come too large to h i-jii-J. -'
The many truthful testimonials in
hehalf of Hood's Sarsaparilla prove
that Hood's cures, even when all
others fail. Try it now.
and hollow cheeks,
and dull, sunken
eyes, don't always
mean that a woman's
old. Half the time,
v they only show that
she's overworked or
3 sutl'ering. To sucb
i women, to every wo-
man who is tired or
l4a!!hcted. Dr. Pierce's
'i. favorite Prescription
ti .safely and certainly
'9 brines back health
and strength. It's a
that corrects and cures; a tonic that invigo
rates and builds up; a nervine that soothes
and strengthens. For u 11 the derangementa,
irregularities and weaknesses peculiar to wo
men, it is the only oituniiifpi'i remedy. If
it doesn't beii';lil or cure, you have your
It won't do. to experiment with Ca
tarrh. There's th ? constant danger of
driving it to the lings. You can have a
perfect and perm uient cure with Dr.
Sage's Catarrh He.uedy.
Relating to Private Sewer.
Be i' ori'sined hy the City Coar.cil of the City
f Hock Iflnnil:
Sictioh 1 Tlmt John 1 a u rma-i he nd he i
ten by kniba. ired and empowered to construct
maintain an 1 rt pair at his c eiiene a linvate
sewer to run a follows, to-wlt; Commencirc at a
po nt twenty feet (idri) west or Twenty-fourth
-tr-et, a d tei feet (10't) mth of The biiilj:iir
liie on ihe north fide of Third avenue in f aiu
citv ol rork lsla'd, and rntntnif ihfmew.PKio
and along n il avenue to Twenty-th rd street
there to ConT ect with the ?ewer on paid Twenty
tlilr t ctreri; itaiii tcwcr rhall be of S iocti glazed
sec. That raid named mrty, M hnlra and
apaina thU have excltivc onirol of paid tew-
er, and nha'l contru -t and rt pnir the Mme on.l r
the direction or ths mienr.trn lent or street and
the street and alk y committee of the e ity ronnril
ol fa d city, and no thu n or persons shail be
permitted to connect ther with lor any pariose
wbaiRoeyer, or flow tber. in n.v liipiiil or other
n Bt er ithont tlrst psyint to the c'ty clerk of
paiilcity bus or tuelr eqnituh e tironortien O' the
ropt i f the c. Tistriiction th roiT np to tne date of
pur a confection, tne amoi.nl po phut to paid clerk
to be divided between cud I nuernian ai d nil
mch perwinB who have from tone to tme ou
nectcd and paid in accord .nee lieriw th, in pro
portion to the amoont po paid.
Mic. 3. The contra tor or builder of paid sew
cr phall within thirty i.'lhi dnK afltrthe co;m le-
tion thereof file in the office of tne tity r irk of
said city a t-tatement nn ier oath of Tl.e cost of
cotiB'rtictioii of nub trwer.
tc. 4. Whiwver sh.l vi ilnte th.e IT'n is:itiS
f ih p ordinancepliail be lhC le ar.d i ct fo a
fin of tint less than ten (StO) dollars nor more
thai fifty (J50I itoIUr.
Sk.'. 5. I'nwrris hereby resi rvi d to decUtc
and n:ke paid pewer a piii.l i sewer en p-.yme j:
y "lie city to paid party or par ies. er their heirs
or a-p ens, i f the value of tl.e wer at the time
it is deirou to m:ikc the M.Uie a tiiihlic Ptwer;
such value to lie ceUiniiined by arb truters, one
to lie at'peintiid l-y lite paid city, ihe otberby taid
partyor those who have rontribiiieit to the cos:
thereof, and tbe two inns f ho n to sel t the
third if th" !irc ah'e to der. in tie tl e a'ue there
of; tV exren'es of Mich apnrsiM tin nt to be
me , ij'j..!ly by the city an.l thi paid niiiicd
re i Oct. 3. lsW.
Aepn v,-,; :
T. J Mto l.U Jit , Slav r
A D. EVE 1M,, Citv ' ieik
l!rtl ami! Soft CohI Market.
The best in the market and at low
est prices fur October delivery, at
T. II. Ellis'.
A iii it s e m e ii t S .
J F. Montrose. inac.
Thursray T ight, Oct. 2.
The Plienonieiial Success. KLMF.R
1-:. YAM'K'S Realistic Rail
road comedy drama.
Tbe Limited Mail
Tl:e m s'. Biatve'.'oi.a. tcei.lc ami uucliinical
eCects ever -ee:i iu this country. The ono
u; r -mc novelty or the ai;e. FL'N ?
Yes, lotp of ii!
Festrved feats oti p.de at Uarper Uuupe Thar
macy. Price -Ji. m und To cents
MM MM COO
M M M M C O
M M M M O
MM M M O O
M M M M CCO
M M M M
M MM M
M M M
M M M
II KN N
II N N N
II X " K
It N N N
II X N X
Jl N X K
II X XX
II N N.N
II RRRR FKKE
II K R K
II R R K
II R RE
II RRRR KK
II R R
II R R
II II K
NEW FALL GOODS.
Childkex's Cats made of eider
down flannels and other joods,
choice assortment be;nnnino- at
;SSSS TTTT V V V K K E SSS,
5 " T O it V V K 5 S
SSSS T O V V KK hS.SSs
s-1 T i ! 1 V i.-1 -1- S n
fSb" T OO V KKESSS
Uivei-fide Oaks, Uiverside Kanges
Kiverside Cooking Stoves.
Carland Hard Coal Stoves.
The best ts-or:rai nt of Stove in the city.
1615 Hint llilHionl Ay.
PITP 11 A NX X KX)
r P 11 A A N N N r o
P P 1 1 A A X X X O O
PPPP 11 A A XXX O O
P 11 AAA V TC-Vr i"fc
P - II A A X XX O O
11 A AX NX OOO
New Scale Kimball,
Hallet & Davis.
Ki al Or
urtis Opera House,
Saturday Evening. Cct. 14.
Enirajrcuicin f the Tragedian.
THflS. W. ' sirPiKun
I'n t't.utiny Shukt siva " ;'' l'nu:
Si a: -aie ThuraJay mornini:, CH tt . 2;h. al
Fluke's. TeletihoneXo.il! Priees tl 5'". H.00,
75", ,Vc anil J5c
Biifferini; from aiiaienta jieeuiar to their sex can
the reliable nterine corrertire and tonic will per
manently relieve tbe worst eases. Boot givinc
full uarticnlars mailed free. Address: Koom -X
Whitakcr Block, Davenport.
Instrurcfnts t?old on easy
time pa menu. Vi lins
and accjr'ieon" ac half
815 Second Av
-Base Ball HeaHquarters. -
T&V J fir f&r
1 :fS i -"f.
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on l:nd the nnest brands of doir-estic
and imported cicars. All brands jf tobacco.
The score of all the ball games wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1W8 Second Avcnne.
L.vKiit: Assortment of Dress Cioods
reeeived Saturday in plains,
plaids, mixtures, etc., beginning
as low as
ami ranging up to $1.65.'
Kid ;uvi- m, ,, . .
i , ' J;r- -
etl, cdei - ,
lLAt'K Kill (ii.iivt.s j -
Ri-.U'K Kn (inn v ,.,
A few eo'eu-s t
Close buyers will tjtj.i .. .
liiarters f..r a!l kin,;. :
(ioods at kiWe-t j, r;,., ,
1709 andl709J Second a J
"f HE REST
Will be removed to the Columbia Store,
Where they will be sold at bankrupt prices
FRANK G. YOUNG,
We Underbuy-Undersell-Quick Sales.
IVini stic Su.tiiu
with a replete stock of Fail
and Winter Suitings at Xo.
1707 Second avenue, in the
store formerly occupied bv
H. 1). Folsom.
J. F. EoESIlELD.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters
House Heating and Sanitary Plumbing
We open the season with
Elegant Goods sind
Wo are prvparcu '
sis we h::ve ;i'.;y:
the right :L::
One of th first imporiM..-ir lettun to learn about Boys' Clcthine is that reliable fabrics and good tailoring at fair
reasonable prices, aie by fr m if baisf'ing to puicliasera thaD are the tinny inferior grades at a lees price.
Try our Fence Climbers. Novelties for children.
Thoroughly meritoiious knee and long pante eui's for boys of all ages, made to order, bearing oar label and
sold with cur guarantee, cost no more than ordinary ready made, yet, in style and service they ars decidedly bett-r.
Would you prefer superior merchandise sold truthfully or the Inferior grades sold by sensational methods.
J.110 juimer are uur cuiei liiuuLtuieiiie, me latter abound everywhere.
We atk nothing better than an honest test of our claims and if the best ia good enough, then come and get it.
is to iccm fcrimprovtmejit in the etyle, quality or price we are offering.
price we are ottering;
All new goods. Xc t an old elyle.
Shoe Store 1SC4 Second avenue
Largest Shoe and Clothing Stores in Rock Island County.
Clothiue Store 1729 Second Avenue, 116-122 Eighteenth St.