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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, 0CT015ER 7, 1893.
Free I 'inch tonight at the Star.
Lunch at thf St:ir saln tonight.
Hot peanuts 5 cents a quart at
Firt chest nut in the market at
-L.it t ! Trixie" at H::rpr"s theatre
Wanted Hoy alout l. Apply at
Aui.i s ..flice.
Nice Tokay grapes and all kinds of
fruit at tioro's.
Tlie Tri-city Labor congress meet
tomorrow :if tcrnoon.
Attend the Columbia club dance al
Koche's liall thi evening.
M. M. sturgeon retiirne.l frim
Springfield !at event n jr.
Spring chit-Ken lunch at Jaek Mar
tin's Mini pit? rfHii tonight.
Mises Nellie and Mary Kinney, of
lioton. are viiting relatives in the
The !iiuieal enineily. Little
Trixie." :.' Harper's theatre tliis eve
ning. Furr.ih your h'me compete at
Hiiekstaedt'.. Price the lowest.
Andy H.ihnian has resumed his po
rtion at the London after hi long
siege of sickness.
Stove are going fat at Hiiek
staedt'. Trices tlie Inwi-t. ( bind
A 1. Terms easy.
For Sale Household g.ind, at loi'o
Thinl avenue, for a few .lay. Call
between !'a. in. and J j. in.
Lesley Webber '-air.e down from
Chicago t :iis morning f..r a oouple "f
days' viit with his parent.
Win!.w I ! :irl ha- determined
to locate near Marion. Ind.. and ha
returned to IJoek IIand for In fam
ily. The civil service hoard of the l'.ock
Iiand p -t .irtico he!. I a j- i:il ex
amination to. lav f,r :i!.ii'i.-iiit f..r
jioitio-- a clerk.
Oil i..;h. all width, re; er-iMe
linoleum have .m i-en them?
I'lice ;;i:; pieacyoil. H-fk-Iaedl .
tin' hou-e furni-mr.
Are tnising tin- !o price on
carpet at II m k-taei! t ". iJ It i the
chance ot i .ifetitr.e to lir.e g.iod
at m h pric-. Term ea-v.
(ie..r-e si iirrri r ;'.; d;p.;-e of his
hore at FfatT i'.to.". -ample r.m
Seventh av-tiiie tonight. A lunch
will he -prid in honor of the oora
sion. A man named Peter-on i ...k an
epileptic tit at the corner i f Second
avenue and Seventeenth trcet la-t
evening, ahout 1) n'cbn k. and in a
short while quite a crowd had gath
ereil. The sufferer finally recovered,
Ir. Ludcwig reported la-t evening
that Leo Ileisenroth. who -ufTered
the amputation of a leu at Mercy hos
pital. Iiavenjiort. two week- ao. to
save his life from tin- effect of a tu
mor, was now practically out of dan
ger and would he able 'to leave the
hospital in ahout In dav.
Oitinry I p to nufT.
Now th" eity of (uipey i- moving
in the line of a Coin tii'Tcia! Social
flub, -ui ii a ha- heen urged a the
pfoju r C'.iir-- in ci.!i n . - t .,u with the
lloek I-Iand Citizen' I :n pr. cuicnt
n-ocia' ieii. ;md -in li a- have heen
inaugurated with uch siifecsiii! result-
ir. 'iinton ;ind M:iea;!nV. Tlie
The new Commercial social club
will not only he a i, out it will
Start out in the het poi)ile shape.
In-tead of the hare ln memhers that
it was hoped t secure, already near
ly have signed as jiners." and
there will he no trouble in raising
the membership to 20i. Almost
every business man w ho litis been in
vited has readily joined. The com
mittees meet tonight for final report,
after which a meeting of all members
will be called for early next week to
perfect all the preliminaries.
Edward Linoke reported to t lie po
lice today having been held up on
Fourth avenue, last night, and rob
bed of $15 in money and a silver
Chatle. Siblev wa tine.! 7 and!
costs, for !i ingdriinl. and ili-ordcr-ly.
this in. lining bv Maui -t rate
Schroed.-r. He had no money and
will have to crack it out.
John Murphy and Samuel White,
two dead drunk.-, were brought to
the police station last evening. This
iimniing Mau'st rate Si hroeder lined
each and cost, but thev had no
money. ;l;id will break rock tor a
Couple of dav. '
Probably the happie-l and nio-t '
sitriiri-ed man in town today i(
(ieorge (iumtow. l e-tciilay Mrs.
(titmtow presented her husband with
triplet-, all girl, born only a few
hours apart one at 12 o'clock at
noon, one at ft in the afternoon, and
one at ;?:!' i. The three little maid
are all doing nicely and weigh live
pound apice. They are reported as
bearing a very strong resemblance to
one another, and in order th:i no
mistakes may he made they have
been decorated with ribbons of the
nut iona! colors red. white and blue
in the order of birth.
Local ff( rld's Fair Visitor.
s. S. Parr leaves for the fair this
Mrs. Phil Miller left thi morning
for the fair.
George L. Sniih left this morning
for the fair.
H. C. Harris and family leave to
night for the f:.ir.
T. B. Keidy leave tomorrow morn
ing for the fair.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bnl'tz left for the
fair this morni ig.
!.-. K. M. Sa a and wife left this
morning for the fair.
Otto Herkert and Will Hon left for
Chicago thism irning.
Thomas Br. hany returned la-t
evening from t le fair.
Will Uan.son and Lawrence Strayer
left f ir the fair today.
J. T. Kenwoithy and wife left for
Chicago this moil ing.
James McQuade left for the World's
fair city this morning.
John Itansoi. and daughter left
this morning for the fair.
John O'Day left last evening for a
few days' visit at the fair.
Will Kinner :md Louis Uosentield
left for the fair this morning.
Henry Williams and David Noft
sker left for thi fair this morning.
Louis Kohn, John Davidson and
Louis Och leae tonight for the fair.
Mes-i. IX. Schwecke and Paul
Thiesen left f ir the fair last even
ing. The Mis-es Mary, Jennie and Liz
zie Murray left this morning for the
Mr. and Mr. J. s. Darrah and
Mrs. sunley l.-ft for Chicago this
The Mises Mary and Maggie Ma.
roney leave for the fair tomorrow
morning. Mi Maud Montgomery accom
panied Capt. Whisler and" family to
Chicago this tin rninu-
F. Kramer and wife leave this
evtuii.u for Chicago, on a week's
i-it to friends and the fair.
Mi. L. M. Biford and family left
thi- niorninu for the fair, where she
will join her hu-band. Maj. Bnford.
(ieoru1- Sclme dcr anil wife, accom
panied by Mi-- Amdiaand Julia
schroe.ler.left for the fair thi-morn-Mr.
and Mr. A. (lan-er. of Madi
son. Neb., ate visiting M. Weinbur
ger am! family, on their way to the
Michael Higgins. wife and daugh
ter, aceompaniel by Mrs. I!. McGee.
lift for the W.-rhf. fair city thi
moriiing. Mrs. KeHcrt rails, accompanied
by her daughte -s. Misses Anna and
Nellie, and M ss Maggie Kakhart
left last evening for the fair.
T. F. Wheelar. and w ife and daugh
ter. Bessie. John Ainsworth and wife.
Misses Mary Whcelan and Annie
Doyle, composed a party of World's
fair visitors which l. ft this morning.
A Ilistin uihcd Visitor.
Mr. John Lock wood Kipling, the fa
ther of Mr. liudy.ird Kipling, is now in
America on a v.ssit at his son's new
home in Brattlelioro, Vt. Both father
and eon have leeeutly In -en indulg
ing in hoasebuil ling (the former near
Salisbury, Englai.d.i, and the congenial
pair found a ru:. through this country
together an agreeable change.
Mr. Kijilingj Sr.. is a courteous and
engaging Englishman of tiic best type,
in years blightly j ast middle life. Those
who have met him in this city or upon
his travels and the greatest care has
been taken not to reveal his presence
and identity to the newspapers agree
that he is of eingt.lar grace of manner
and charm of conversation. A keen yet
appreciative observer, he is well pleased
with all that America has shown him of
His life has been mainly spent jn the
British civil service in India, but he is
author of a large and admirable work on
India and is modestly proud of his own
achieTements and of the fame of hie
gifted son. Bostc n Transcript.
Will Poll Together.
Having pulled teeth 6ide by side for
several years he at Burlington, she at
Bristol pretty Dr. Ella Shinn and Dr.
T. C. Heinikeu put up their forceps last
week and started for the World's fair to
gether. The news- has now come back
that Dr. Shinn is i o more and that there
are two Dis. Hrlniken. Bristol Cor.
X-.jcl.y Hp Is Oui. l.
Few Fhiludelphiuns are perWups aware
that the founder of the new School of
Vital Science and Theonomy, the invent
or of the all tongue alphabet and cos
mieal, digitypy nnd the courageous pro
pounder of cosmical paeilica' ion, is dwell
ing quietly nnd modest '.y in .ieir midst
I Htrtictiv.' Fire iu Texil.
PAX AxtiELo, Te.., Oct. T. The city ol
(iuldthwaite, in Miles county, was visited
by a destructive li e. A dozen buildings
nnd houses, witli tiieir contents, were cou
sinned. The total losses aggreguto nearly
Iul an Aiif;iiiiieiit.
Xew Vouk, Oc. r. Henry Thoesen, do
ing business us Tl oisen Uro., dealern
iu furniture, inadi an assignment. Lia
bilities estimated at ?".". (Mi.
Fell I nder Train mid Killed.
SruiXuHELD, Mo., Oct. 7. The firut
passenger ever k.lled on the Memphis
railroad system met his death here. J. C.
Wiltianisuo, a .el'hy merchant of
Hawkeye. In., fell uiiuer a train wt.icU 'ie
was trying to buaru ami was ground to
Wfiat to To i Take
Medicine for? l ecaiise you are .sick
and want to get 'veil, or because you
wish to prevent illness? Then re
member that Food's Sarsaparilla
cures a 1-1 diseases caused by impure
blood and debility of the system. It
is not what its proprietors say but
what Hood's Sar -aparilla does, that
tells the story of its merit. He sure
and get Hood's, i lid Hood's onlv.
Purely vegetal le Hood's Pills,
Thr.t's a good way
to hut a mediuititj,
I. n t it's a pretty
uikUt which to cil
it. Perhaps you've
noticed that the or-
dlnary, hit or miss
iiH-iicine doesn't at-
The only remedy
of its kind so re
markable in it efforts thr.t it can he sold on
this plan is Pr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery. As a M.xi-clf-a:irT, strength-restorer,
and f5esh-br.il.kT. there's nothing like it
known to medical science. In everv tlisease
where the fault is in the liver or the blood, as
Dyspepsia, Indi.esiion. Biliousness, and the
most stubborn Skin. Scalp, and Scrofulous
affections, it is puarctnteed in every case to
benefit or cure, or you have your money back.
To every sufferer irm Cutarrh. no matter
how bad the case or of iiow long stand
ing, the proprietors of Pr. Pace's Catarrh
Remwlv S)iy this: ' Tf m .-nr.'t onre it,
rrfe'T!v snd tvr"","'",'v "-e i pay you
150 in ' rsb " " ?.st8.
J E. Montrose. Min.aeut
Saturday Evening. Cct. 7.
The Mne cal Cunicdy Evmtof Ihe asoii The
Pci-rlcs Irish Cod e lii iire.
MAY SMITH K OB SINS
SLp;K-ieii by super!) enmpany of cnmeil ai.s
a- (1 yiMib.-ette?, iucludi c the Tiixie Im
pi-riitl yuarti-t snd Mnndo iu ai,J
Banjo Trio, in the 1 f-irit i
m t.' musical ccmc
dv ia l.inr a.-is.
The Homp Heiress, under the
management of Fred.
Bright music, pro j gir s, ar.il the Vert dancers
Eescrvcil scats on !c at Hariier limine Phar
macy. Prices SS, 50 tiid T5 n il's
J. E- Montrose, a
Tuesday Night, Oct, 10.
IUH K ILAXI
l AVOKI'l K.
Trier- 'Sc. 5t'c ami 7X
tats on salt' at ueu&I pUi'c.
Rurtis Opera House,
Tuesday Night, Oct. 10th.
First Social Kvcnt of the Season
the brilliant voung comedian.
Mil. ( HAPLEs DICK
SON, and hi model
1'"' Night in New York.
Pr.c-.e Si, Tj, .V) and ijz: Sale opens Saturdny,
siiffrm: from ailnents pecnlar to their tcx can
the reliable uterine corrective and tonic will per
manently relieve the worst cam'!". Book pivicc
full particnlar mailed free. Addrefs: Koom A
Whitaker Block, Davenport.
cSSSTTTT V VKKE.SSS- i r
vssss T O o V V I K SSSS ! ' .
Kiverside Oaks, Riverside Ransres
Riverside Cooking Stoves,
(iarland Hard Coal Stove.
Tbc btt is-wment of Stove-i ia the city.
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New Scale Kimball,
Hallet & Davis.
lnstratr:enrs gold or. easy
time payments. Vi lins
and accordt-on) at half
.S15 Stcotid iv
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
A'.wajd on hand the tverl brand of doirc-Hic
and imiKirtd cicar. All brand if tobacco.
The tcore of all the ball game wiU be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
IM Second Avenne.
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NEW FALL GOODS.
Childkex's Caps made of eider
down llaunels ami other goods,
choice assortment beginning at
Lai:i;e Assoktmkxt of Press Goods
received Saturday in plains,
plaids, mixtures, etc., beginning
as low as
ami ranging up to $1.6.).
Kn (;livkM:i.. .
ed, color v
Hl.v k Km (ii.n i , .
1?l.m:k Kiii ii..i i v , .
A few c.d..f . .,
Close buver w;.; ;
Hiai tcrs for a!! k ':. . K
Good at lovct t ; ', , .
1709 and 1709i Second at-.
Will be removed to the Columbia Store,
Where they will be sold at bankrupt prices.
' FRANK G. YOUNG.
We Underbuy Undersell-Quick Sale:
Imp' i ted and
1 imcslic Su tin-s
with a replete tock of Fall
and Winter Suitings at No.
17J7 Second avenue, inthe
store formerlv occupied bv
II. L. Folsom.
J. F. EoESrjELD.
DlmwiLAM Ox n ttij ii ...
i I I I I I I I IM IX. iMHni QO H1TIP
& a. KM K M V M IV H . a W I I I lllil L
House Heating and Sanitary Plumbing.
We open the season with
Elegant Goods and
We arc pvcparcJ
a we have a':'sy
the ri.'h: :b::
One of the first import t leeron. to learn about Boys' Clotlnno is that reliable fabrics and good tailoring at fair
reasonable prices, are by f ar in i ea-isfying to puichaeers than are the mny inferior grades at a lees price.
Try our Fence Climbers. Novelties for children.
Thoroughly nieritoncns knee and Ion pante suis for boys of all ages, made to order, b-arin oar label and
sold witb 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 method.
The former are our chief inducements, the latter abound everywhere.
We aek nothing better than an honest test of our claims and if the best is good enough then come and get it.
Tl re is no rcom fcr improvement in the style, quality or price we are offering: '
All new goods. Not an old slyle. '
Largest Shoe and Clothing Stores in Rock Island County.
Shoe Store 1804 Second avenue Clothine Store 1729 Second Avenue, 116-122 Eighttti