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THE ARGUS FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1895.
Eprin cnicnens ujng .
Bargains in shoes at Dolly Bros'.
Eggs tl cents per dozen at Long's.
Get your tan shoes at DoIIt Bros'.
Watermelons and musVmelons at
J. E. Montrose returned to Chicago
ri t T
Spring chickens dressed to order
at Hess Bros1.
Watermelons, ' berries and Cali
fornia frnits at Long's.
Cherries, gooseberries, raspberries
and blackberries at Hess Bros'.
String beans, tomatoes. " cucum
bers and cauliflower at Long's.
E. M. Botsford and wif of Quin-
cjr, were in the citj last evening.
You can exchange old money for
new goods at Stewart's, the hatter.
The Jolly Twenty gave a delight,
fol dancing party at the Tower last
Take the children over to see
SfaafTer tomorrow afternoon mati
nee at 4 o'clock.
For a full line of
go to Schneider's,
and Third avenue.
Ladies, come this evening and get
fitted; don't wait until Saturday's
rush. Dolly Bros1.
The scholars of St Mary's school
give an entertainment at Columbia
ball Sunday evening.
Cauliflower, celery, egg plant,
squash, tomatoes, and a full line of
fresh vegetables at Hess Bros1.
Blank and red raspberries and
strawberries all fresh at Schneider's,
Twentieth street and Third avenue.
Make the summer comfortable by
wearing that cool underwear at
Stewart's. Trice the lowest and
quality the best.
The Woltmann-McXevin bicycle
bout, to have occurred last evening.
was iudefinitelv postponed on ac
count of the weather.
If you are going on a summer trip
provide vourself with a few of those
nice cool negligee shirts now offered
o cheap at Stewart's.
C. E. Evan?, accompanied by bis
daughter. Edna, returned this morn
ing from Colorado Springs, where he
lett his wife much improved in
You need a large supply of collars
and tics this sort of weather, and
Stewart, the hatter and furnisher,
has some cool ones at frost-bitten
Louis Kohn and family have moved
into their handsome new borne on
Twenty-third street. C. P. Come
gys has leased the house on Seven
teenth, former v occupied bv Mr,
Mr. und Mrs. E. B. McKown have
returned from their Pennsylvania
and West Virginia visit. Miss Jean
Kalston. of Belleville, Pa., accompa
nied them for an extended visit with
The excursion of the Boys' brigade
of the First M. E. church will leave
on the Helen Schulenberg at the foot
of Seventeenth street tonight at 7:30.
Refreshments will be served and
there wil be plenty of good music
Ked and black raspberries, cur
rants, gooseberries, California apri
cots and prauhes, new tomatoes, cu
cumbers, string and wax beans, and
in fact everything nice for a Sunday
dinner at Shields1, the cash grocer.
Assessors Thomas McCall, of Port
Byron, and (Jeorgo A. Crawford, of
Hampton, returned their books to
the county clerk today, C. Dillon,
of Canoe Creek, F. C. Mewes, of
Drury, and T. 11 Johnston, of Bow.
ling, "doing likewise yesterday.
William Ullemeyer and bride ar
rived home last evening from their
wedding tour. A reception was ten
dered ' a company of relatives and
friends at the groom's parents' resi
dence on Eleventh street, where
several hours were most pleasantly
spent, the Urphcus Mandolin club, of
wb'ch the groom is a member, being
Miss Helen Huesing had the ankle
. of her left foot sprained by
falling from a bicycle Wednesday
evening. Her wheel was caught be
tween the rails in crossing the street
car tracks on Second avenue, upset
ting it and throwing her down in
such a manner as to cause the pain
Observer Walz has prepared inter
eating data concerning the month of
July for a period of 21 years. The
mean normal temperature iu that
time was 75; the warmest month be-
ing that of 1887, with an average of
78; the coldest in 1891, wittt-an av
erage of 69. The highest tempera
tore in any jnlv was 100. on toe 2btb
181)4:. the lowes't 49. on the 9th, 1891
liifliest Honors World' Pair.
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret
worn Ammonia, Alum ot any other adulterant
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
There were 13 clear days, 14 partly
clondy and 5 cloudy days.
Wednesday evening at the parson
age of the First Congregational
church, Moline, Bev. Willson officiat
ing, occurred the marriage of Al.
pbonso Garriga and Miws Emma
Huey. The bride and groom are both
under age, the latter being 18 years
old and the bride a year or two
younger. The groom is employed as
a striper by the Wagon company,
while the bride is the daughter of
the late Washington Huey.
Donta for Bleyellsta.
Don't take everybody's advice as
to the very best country roads.
Don't ride over railway crossings.
It is easier and safer to walk.
Don't go too far from ' home with,
out money or facilities for secur
Don't enter a village with the air
of oni about to confer a great favor.
Don t stoop too much. It is an
affliction to be called a "regular
won t be dissatisfied with your
heel every time you hear about a
Don't tell fairy stories about your
runs. Ke member George Washing
Don't undertake to teach each
other until you know how to ride
Don't ride at night without a Ian
tern, unless vou have an accident
Don t talk bicycle at table d'hote.
bven the weather as a topic is pref.
Don t imagine it adds to your ap
pearance to be smoking a pipe while
Don't lose vour railway release
check. Iheolucials dislike to give
Don t have too many ribbons on the
handle. It is regarded as rather ef.
Don't ask geographical questions
that even local schoolmasters cannot
Don't ride in a crowded thorough
fare unless you are fairly competent
tO UO BO.
Don't expect every country tavern-
keeper to cash a check on some re
Don't ridicule those who are trying
to learn. Had you immunity from
Don't disparage makers of all
wheels except your own. There is
good in Israel.
Don't take general advice as to the
care of your wheel. It you do it will
Don't leave any but good impres
sions behind you when you depart
rrom a town.
Don't undertake to doff your cap to
a girl unless you can do it without
Don't be prejudiced against a man
who has a more expensive wheel than
Don't think every girl sitting on
the piazza has never before seen a
man on a wheel.
Don't exhaust yourself trying to
ride up hill. A little' walking is a
relief to the. legs.
The 130th KeanloD.
At the meeting of tbe members of
the 123th regiment, Illinois volun
teers, at the G. A. K. hall yes
terday afternoon for the pur
pose 01 making arrangements
or the . annual reunion, T. J.
Murphy acted as chairman and J. H.
Cleland secretary. The 14th and
15th of August were fixed upon as
the dates, and Kock Island as the
place of meeting. J. H. Cleland,
. J. Hanson and Thomas Campbell,
ot Kock Island; Jacob Carpenter, of
Edgington, and E. . Hollister, of
Port Byron, were appointed a gen
eral committee of arrangements with
power to appoint necessary sub-committees.
On motion all old soldiers
were cordially invited to join in the
festivities. Tne following order of
exercises was adopted:
rirst Dav Reception of visiting
comrades at U. A. It. hall, with ban
quet in the evening.
second Dav Business meeting
and visit to Rock Island arsenal and at
11 o'clock go to the Watch Tower
where dinner will be served. The at
ternoon will be spent in visiting the
Hennepin canal, and in general so
The packet Sidney passed a p.
The St. Paul will go up tomorrow
The Pittsburg comes down tomor
The Volunteer brought down 16
strings ot logs.
The Quickstep, Bella Mac, Will
Davis and Pilot brought down eight
strings of logs each.
The stage of the water at the Rock
Island bridge at noon- was 4:4 'J; at
6 a. m. it was 4:45: the tempera
The erne Swain and Lone Star
came down, and the Quickstep, Bella
Mac, Pilot, Lone Star and Verne
Swain went north.
Travel over the Rock Island bridge
yesterday amounted to: Foot, north,
875: south. 866; total. 1,741. Teams,
north, 836; south, 831; total, 1,667
Barslary la MeUae.
Alfred Selene, a Moline saloon keep
er, was the victim of a burglary last
night. He lives over his place of
business on est Third auenue. and
during the night the intruder en
tered and got away with 97 in cold
Children Cry for
If tarn Wut SomtfcluK tor Hethla e I
Severus Shaffer, who won such com
mendable praise at the World's fair
in his wonderful feats. Specially en
gaged for an extra performance at
the Watch Tower, Sunday, June
SO, afternoon and evening. Yon
should see this king of vaudeville.
Also same date, first appearance of
Takazarras troupe of Japs. Greatest
acrobat ' artists in the world. Here
is a chance .to see the finest double
bill ever witnessed at this popular
A Way They Hnv la Swedes.
A domestic who had recently arrived
in Chicago from Sweden was instructed
to boil some potatoes for bread making
purports. Sbo put them in the wash
boiler with some clothes, and upon be
ing taken to task for it, explained that
this was the custom in Sweden; that in
this way the housewife starched her
clothes, while at the same time' prepar
ing the potatoes for bread making.
deluded Fart of tbe Testimony. '
Washington, June -8 Clerk Kerr, of I
the house of representatives, baa
nounced his decision In tbe matter of the I
printing ot the testimony in the Alabama I
con Celt of boodwin, Populist, vs. Uobb,
Democrat. He excluded from the printed
record all the testimony taken after the
expiration of tbe time allowed by law and
those of tbe exhibits which he aid not 1
gard as regular.
K. P. AUIa Give an Adeaaea.
Milwaukee, June 28 All the em
ployes of the E. P. AUls Company's I
works have been given an advance of 10 1
per cent, in wages. Tho men decorated
the building with flags and bunting in
celebration of the good new.
Hard Coal Market.
I will sell hard coa all sizes, by
the car load, at the low price ot $5.75
per ton, shippers' weights, on track
at Bock Island. K. ti. razes.
Occasional light rain and
light variable winds. Todav's
perature, 70. -
F. J. Walz, Observer.
Brines common and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
lees expenditure, by more promptly
anting the world s best products to
the needs of physical being, will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedv. Pvrup of Fins.
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in tho form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, tbe ref reshine and truly
benencial properties of a perfect lax
ative, cuevtuaiiv citatum 11 K uic pvplcuj,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
and permanently curhg constipation.
r . 1 . r . . .? . iii: 1
11 nas givsn aausiacuuu tu millions auu
met with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
rpnr nliimri.-ingr,lf anHitfinro.
Syrup of ip is Tor sale by all drug
gists in 50c and f 1 bottles, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
package, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, yon will not
accept any substitute it onered.
F3R SALE A FAMILY
at 4-110 Fifth avenue.
prRNHBED norsK for rent at srsa I
1 InrtB avence. Inquiie on premise.
POR RENT-ONE FURNISHED ROOM. CEN-
r trails located. App'j 3U7 Thirteenth street.
TOR REST TWO SICK ROXT ROOMS ON
r thlnl (I or in the Star block. Apply toAllrn,
CTRATKD-A BROWN afARa: MARKED Ot
O left ride G." Aar information c Be I
I. ft at pol.ee station, and net ire reward.
TP ANTED A TOING MAN SPEAKING UER
It aian or Ssreda to work about a stnre: mast I
come rccomi&tmdcd. J. W. Jones, 162i Sccoad I
CI tr ATION WANTED BY A FIRST CLASS
kj meat aad paatry cook in hot.i or rotanrant.
Caa rive oet of rererencea.
Addrea. A. U. WV, I
COMMISSION AND AUCTION-ALL KINDS
of co boogtit snd sold, disrosed of either
at ir.ateaile .r at auction.
Darria A Irrin,
l.M I tteeond t vent.
It AN OLD a-
f r taoiibed business
Roek I. land with
tl.OOVia c-h cr so airy,
per year for lrtaeataseaL
W 11 casraaiee ttona
Aacrve uus e J ee.
Insurance and Loans.
Room 4, Mitchell & Lynde b'ng. "
Telepboae 1003. .
At the Gas
M. & D.
A Greater Variety
than ever. Don't de
lay. Call and make
your selection at
1615-1617 Second Avenue.
They sat side by side in
the shade of the even
ing. He was pouring
into her ear the tale of
lore, bat she was unin
terested, she cared noth
- Ing for his affections, as
her thoughts were of
" Lovely Candies
KEPT and SOLD at
Krell & Math's
Palace of Sweets.
171C-171S Second ave. Phone 1156.
Watch Tower. Phone 1720.
Try our 35-cent cold
lunch at the Tower. 1
JUNE CLEARING SALE AT
Mclntyre-Reck py Goods co.
1709 and 171 1 Second Avenue, Rock Island, III.
Every department a teeming hive of bargains, of which we cannot
Tralaty and pref thins with a aiffsin twist
34MO yard nf Sgnred challies, valae S at 4c.
5J rarda ot floe SirurcU saline, vara is- ami
24r. at J out 7Hc
i.uuyara n-e biacx lawas. bandaome colore
nVnrra. value 15c, at -Sc.
ni aro colored crepes, "ralne 15c, at TVie.
S.00 Tarda fine Eriuh-d enrandios. I . mar. laea
Mripes. aatin stripe, mwiss euVe a. dimity oorda,
ate alue op to inc. tumble to lSc.
ji jar 1a anaenwo srotcn s payrs, sneer and
bsaatlfnl. value !c, at 17c.
9 Taroa ooitea oiri-e, vaiae , at rate.
OUyarJe -Dhr cinrhama. thia season's nat-
terca, value 15c at BUo.
With ranndricl colltr and t-li. lateat atvlea.
only C9c. vain - SI . Blichtly damaged hre and
were, waica tne laannry win orteq correct.
Shirt w.iita which have been ha-d to get at
S l.s and SI 33, we will sell at only 93c,
A uo way we ecu
4t-lcch brown pillow cing Sc. va'ne lie
IU0 yard S 4 brown ahreitng-. value ISc. at UV4e
Lonarialc Sn shed mntltn. valne Sc. at hc.
S.f 10 vanla find biown n&aslin. value Sc. lu varda
1.000 ysrdi cool brown mailln. vslas 6c 10
yard f jC Sic.
S.IMI ) tiu neat spring iyi prints, vame tc,
10 yards for 39c.
Mono, snininc c.
A tpleodld lSc rhtrtlnc for He
Mood hesvy tick, valne 18c. at c
Excellent oomet fl-nnt L. Talue 7c, at 4c
During this week we will present to any lady purchasing so cents worth or more of
merchandise at one time a handsome and useful souvenir of the
JUNE CLEARING SALE.
Glove Pur Store
Base Ball Supplies
Gloves made to
order at the Glove f
1605 Second Av.
Twenty-First Street Addition
Fine Residence Lots in this
addition For Sale on
This addition is located be
tween Twentieth and Twenty-second
streets and Tenth
and Twelfth avenues, and
nearly every lot in it has
upon it a fine walnut, elm,
back berry, or other large
tree, nnd is already provid.
ed with abundant shade.
These lots are in the very
best part of the city, and
the most desirable for resi
x dence purpose f any lota in
- the city. Apply to
M. M. STURGEON,
Room 21 Mitchell ft Lynda BlocJ
SUMMER SPECIALTIES AT
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
Straw Hats. .
Tremendous Bargains in
00 dozen ladiea fall regalar made hose, maco
wltS win stripes, and solid haacha, value lie and
36c. at two pair for t5c.
White ho will he the race srsia this ansmer.
We offer S3 dosen fine quality whits hose for
ladies, valne 99s, at 19c.
SI doaen ladiea' si la finish white how, valne
39e. at two pair for five.
Lsdlea' hat. black host, white feet, va'a5
Ladiea fast black hiee, value 8c, at six pair
30 draen child fast black ribbed hose, valne
Muse ribbed fast black hose, whit foot, at
tlrnta' rwd seamiest sxkt, valne 10c per pair
at two na-r for 10c.
Gents' black and la boar, Talue lie, at three
pair fo: Sic.
lias rot moved in Jnna aa It should and our
price atteara act in their destructive work for the
Jane clearing sale.
I a iies' voud fall size ribbed vests, value 8c,
BO doxen veU ef Egyptian cotton at only. 10c
reil va ne Ife and ISc
40 doxen Teats of maco jam, vali lis and
23-, St 15c
80 doaen genU, India ganae ihlrtl and drawers,
well made, at -nlv ltc
Genu' fine mixed shirts and drawers. Sic qual
ity, at ISc ,
Gents' imported French balbrlfgia th'ri and
draaers, value S-Jc, at 49;.
Will during the month of June make dresses at
reduced prices. Perfect fit and neat finish guar
For the Next 30 Days,
S to Pupils Taking Full Course.
In Mme. Kellogg's System of Dress Cutting and
Making. Former pupils are cordially invited to
visit the school and profit by instructions in
measurements and helpful talk upon scientific
and artistic dressmaking every Thursday at
2 p. m.
Ryan Block. Second Floor, Davenport
Midsummsr Sale of House
Oocar this week. Clexrinc rale prices rale, Tha
red tak fixare tell tb tale.
Good table linen. IS e.
Good tibtn Hnea, ITKc
Good table linen, Use
decant rreaai and fall hVached tabl damask,
vain up to OSc a yard, at SSe.
Very special vain ot table damask, valne ap to
SSc a yard, at 68c
rtirdox?arxtta values, usually 1S a yard,
Turkey red tab1 linen, excellent value, 1J4C
Be'ter quality and wider, I7c
Two speeial qualities at C!ic aad STKC for this
1 000 yard of twilled crash, ralne Ic, at as.
Good all linen crash, vain Ttfc, at 40.
nack. damask, Tkl-h aad ether crash, we.
aal values 8c, Sc. lie MKc and lac, now lOc Sc.
tie and 5c.
Napkin at s reduction ef from to In 9H per
pet cent. 1 he market down prices tell the story.
Three petlal ta Back, Oatmeal, Daxsak,
Tn k-ak and Glass Wwa.e at 10c 12 aal ISc.
usual value 17c, (So and S0c At the rlenac
sale prices it will pay yoa to lay la a eapply for
1803 Second Avenue.