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THE ARGOT TUESDAY. JULY 2, 1895.
- Lots of fireworks at Eckhart's.
See Moler's ad. in want column.
Watermelons on ice at Hess Bros1.
R. J. McGee, of Chicago, is in the
Et-Lbart's headquarters for fire
works. Huy a home and have it insured at
Spring chickens dressed to order
at Hess Bros'.
Nice display of fruits and vegeta
bles at Hess Bros'.
Young & McCombs will be open
For all kinds of nice fireworks go
to William Trefz & Go's.
Twenty-one pounds of granulated
sugar for f 1 at .Shields1.
Boy your shoes for the Fourth at
the Fourth avenue shoe store.
Thirteen packages of lire crackers
for 20 cents at Shields1 cash grocery.
Boys, go up to Shield's and get 13
packages of lire crackers for 20 cents.
Thirteen bunches of tire crackers
for 20 cents at Shield's cash grocery.
The i'ock Island Savings bank to
day declared a semi-annual dividend
of 3 per cent.
Little Jap, big Japs, all sorts of
Japs every day this week at Watch
Tower Free. t
Bargain day tomorrow in youths1
and misses1 tan shoes at the Fourth
avenue shoe store. No. 1501.
Thirteen bunches of lire crackers
fo 3 cents at Shield's cash grocery.
foutlis' and misses1 tan shoes,
worth $1.50, special for tomorrow,
$1.10, nt the Fourth avenue shoe
store, No. 1501.
Hiram S locum will be succeeded
as porter of the Harper tonight by
Patrick Doolittle. Hi goes back to
the express business.
Remember the open air operetta.
The Cadets1 Picnic" at the ball
park tonight. An entertainment
worth $1 for 25 cents.
Another epecial lot of those white
Leghorn flats will be on sale tomor
row at 19 cents each, at McCabe's.
Will not last over one day.
Everybody wants fireworks for the
Fourth of July. William Trefz &
Co. have an endless variety. Call
and see them before purchasing else
where. You will miss a great treat if you
do not attend the operetta "Cadets1
Picnic, "at the ball park this evening.
A 3-act operetta by the best local
talent. Tickets 25 cents.
Take your boys and girls to the
Fourth avenue tlioo store and get a
good pair of tan shoes, worth f 1.50
for $1.10. Sizes, youths' lace, 12 to
2; misses1 button, spring heel, 12 to 2.
Maj. J. M. Beardslcy unfurled a
handsome-new-flag from the staff of
the Market Fijuaro pavilion this
morning. It is a beauty and was
purchased by popular subscription.
This evening at Twin-City Ball
park occurs the patriotic event,
The Cadets1 Picnic," for the benefit
of the tip-town Baptist mission, and
under the directiou of Miss Helen U.
H. M. Foo'.e. an attorney from
Washington. I). C, is in the city
looking up the matter of back pay
for letter carriers serving under the
Harrison administration before the
8-hour law was in strict force.
The civil service commission at
Washington has ordered that an ex
amination be held in Peoria Satur
day Aug. II. commencing at 9 a. m.,
for tho grades of clerk, storekeeper,
ganger ana storekeeper-gauger.
The running of the open trailers
on the Union line through to River
side insures a most delightful cool
ride thet-e summer evenings to the
eastern limits . of Moline and back,
and through some of the prettiest
parts of tho sister city.
Verne, the 2-year old son of L. P.
McKarni-h. of Moline. fell into a
bucket of hot water on the kitchen
floor at the McKarnish homo in
Moline this morning and was fright
fully scalded. The physician attend
ing hopes to save the child's life.
A number of Tri-City friends have
been invited by Edward Denkmann
and the Misses Denkmann to meet
Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Skinner on
board the steamer Denkmann this
evening, the boat leaving the Rock
Island landing at 7:30 o'clock for a
trip down the river.
See tho new Cyclops bicvele lan
tern at McCabe's. Made like an en
gine headlight best light given in
the Held. Price the same as the
search light at McCabe's t4. Plenty
of bells, lantercs and sundries of all
kinds. New supply of cheap lan
terns tomorrow morning.-
Highest Honors-World' Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADF v
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
Corn Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
40 YtARS THE STANDARD.
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Saloon ProeoodlnKS I ndor tho City Ordl
City Attorney J. L. Haas this
morning dismissed the saloon pro
ceedings against Valentine Jannsen,
James O'Connor. James Maccker,
David Ulam, George Schaffer, August
Albert and Charles Parker, charged
with running saloons on Sunday. It
will be remembered that last week
Mr. Haas prosecuted the first of these
cases against Jannsen. but the jury
disagreed, and being satisfied that
under the rulings of the supreme and
appellate courts, both of which con
strued the municipal law to refer not
to the saloons being open as to the
purpose for which they were open
tippling purposes Mr. Haas, after
consulting with Mrs. Ferguson, who
led the movement against the sa
loon keepers, and learning that she
could not prove that in this sense
the ordinance had been violated, with
drew tho proceedings.
The Rock Island gentlemen, Maj.
II. C. Connelly. ex-Mayor T. J.
Medill, Capt. George Lamont, J. E.
Larkin and J. (i. Britton, who went
to Sprintrfield yesterday to interview
the governor in behalf of Rock Isl
and, in view of the location of the
new hospital, were pleasantly re
ceived and entertained by Gov.
Altgeld. While the executive did
not committ himself in the least, he
was very much interested in the sub
ject and it was evident had thor.
ougly posted himself with reference
to it, and he manifested a purpose
to appoint men on the commis
sion who. will have the hospital
located advantageously in accord
ance with the geographical . condi
tions, the intent of the bill and the
exigencies of the situation.
Woodmen County .Celebration.
The county Woodmen picnic to be
given under the an spices of C. W.
Hawes camp, 1550, will be held at
Brooks1 grove Aug. 8, the committee
having so decided at a meeting last
evening. It promises to be a grand
affair in which the Woodmen camps
of the county are expscted to partic
ipate. Arrangements so far con
templated provide for the illumina
tion of the grounds- by electricity,
and the presence of distinguished
orators, besides other auxiliaries
such as will contribute in making it
an enjoyable and memorable cele
bration. River Rlplet.
E. Rutleilge came down with 1G
strings of logs.
The F. C. A. Denkmann and Irene
D. brought 8 strings each of logs.
The Prescott, Line Star, Verne
Swain and Pilot came down, and the
J. K. Graves, E. Rutledge, Pres.
cott, Sam Atlce, Lone Star, Pilot,
Verne Swain and Irene D. went up.
Tho stage of the water at the Rock
Island bridge at noon was 3:75 and
falling; tho temperature, 78.
Settled With Anna.
Christ Peterson, of Moline, ap
peared before Judge Adams yester
day afternoon and furnished bonds
to make good his promise to live up
to the terms of a settlement effected
with Mrs. Anna Zentgraf, whose ille
gitimate child he is the parent of.
Anna asked f"00 and Christ pre
ferred liquidating rather than marry
ing. Altogether Too Hoaett
Hotel Clerk That lawyer stopping
with rcs is tho mist honest 111:111 I ever
Cleik He sit op in a chair and
sleeps at u:;;ht.
Landlord W hat's that got to do with
Clerk He t;jys after his day's work
8 over he doesn't think he onglit to lie
us bed. Detroit Free Press.
. Critic Has that painting of yours.
"At Work ia the Fields," received any
Artist A rather seedy looking man
stopped to look at, it today, and he said
it made him tired. Philadelphia Reo
urd. The Atmosphere of Love
is a pure, sweet breath. This desid
eratum is one of the results of using
Sozodont, which not only invigor
ates and preserves the teeth, but
renders the mouth as fragrant as a
Well Tariff or Low TxriT
does not interest the individual who
is suffering from colic or diarrhoea.
What he wants and wants badly is
Foley's Colic and Diarrhoea Cure
25 cents and 50 cents. M. F. Bahn-
sen's drug store.
I offer for sale mv residence, with
lots appurtenant, corner of Twenty.
tirst street and Lighth avenue. For
further information applv to Dr.
George M. Babcock. Mrs. C. A.
rair weatner, growing warmer;
easterly winds, rodav's tempera
ture, 78. F. J. Walz, Observer.
Thirteen bunches of tire crackers
for 20 cents at Shield's cash grocery
are expressions frequently heard
about cures affected bv Clinic Kidney
Cure. Do not fail to try this great
remedy for any kidney trouble.
Thirteen bnnches of tire crackers
(or 20 cents at shield's cash grocery.
v -Children Cry for
NO MORE SUNDAY SHAVES.
Bom Barbers Meet and beclda to Roforee
Pursuant to a call the boss barbers
of Rock Island met at Schmidt's bar
ber shop last evening to consider a
plan of concerted action in support
of the new law passed by the Illinois
legislature requiring barber shops in
the state to close Sunday. S. J.
Stader presided and F. W. Wiesler
was secretary. Twenty razor and
scissors manipulators were present,
and an expression on the subject de
veloped a unanimous sentiment in
favor of the law, and its absolute and
complete enforcement. The meeting
resolved that every barber shop iu
the city should close next Sunday,
and every Sunday thereafter, in ac
cordance with the provisions of the
enactment, and the barbers present,
collectively and individnally.pledged
themselves to see to its enforcement.
Each a Committee In Himself.
In obedience to the sense of the
meeting each boss barber becomes a
committee of one in himself, pledged
to file complaint and appear as pros
ecuting witness against any snop
where a disregard lor me taw is man
The First tri-city Salvation army
reunion was held last evening, the
various tri-city organizations with
their commanders meeting on Alar
t-pt snnnre. where Mai. Addie con
ducted an open air meeting, and this
was followed by a march to the First
Baptist church, where the union ser
vices of an interesting nature were
conducted. The procession with the
bright uniforms of the officers and
with the well organized drum corps
and cornet accompaniment presented
an attractive spectacle.
Little Japs, big Japs, all sorts of
Japs every day this week at Watch
A Man witha History.
Hla Body Covered with Lorn pa. Could
not eat aad Thought he waa
going to dry sip.
(Prom the A'ashviUe, 2'enn., Banner.)
Mr. John W. Thomas. Jr.. of Thcta. Tenn.
it a man with 1 most interesting history.
" It whs in '64," said he to a reporter who
had asked turn for the story of his life, "when
i was working in tne silver mines 01 ew
Mexico, that ray troubles began.
" from simiiie imliirestion mv malatlv de
veloped into a chronic inability to take any
substantial fjixl, and at times I was pros
trate;! by sp-!ls of heart palpitation. On
the 11th of April, 18W, 1 suddenly col
lapsed, a:m tor days t was unconscious,
ia fact I was not fully myself until July.
On September 1st I weighed but 70 pounds
wnereu my normal weignt is ibo pounds.
All over mv body there were lumps from
the size of a crape to the size of a walnut,
my finder were cramped so that 1 could not
in. ire tlisin half straighten them. I had en
tirely l ist control of my lower limbs and
my nana ir.-moiea go mat i could not drink
without spilling the liiuiJ. Nothing would
remain on mv stomach, and it seemed that
I mutt dry up before many more dars had
" I ramie another round of the physicians,
calling in one after the other, ami by the
hi 01 morpuine ana oilier mfnicines tney
Kve me, i managea to live mourn barely
thrnuh the fall."
Hare Mr. Thomas displayed his arms.
and just above the elbow of each there was
a l.inreirrezular stain as laive as (lie r.nliu
of t'le hand and of s purple color, the snare
coverel by the marlc was sunken nearly to
the D-.Hie. "lliat," said Mr. Thomas, "is
what the doctors did by puttinz nionihina
"On the 11th of December, 1893, jus eight
mnntns alter i iook permanently to bed I
shall never forget the date my cousin, Joe
Foster, of Carters' Creek, called on me and
gave me a box of Dr. Williams' Pink fills
for Pale People, saying they had cured him
of partial paralysis, with" which I knew he
had all but ilieJ. I followed his directions
and began taking the medicine, as a result.
i stana neiore you to-diiv tne most snri.rise.1
man on earth. Look at my hand, it i am
steady as youw; my face has a healthy look
ahntit it ; I have beftn attending to my
duties for a month. Since I began taking
the pills I hare gained :w pounds, and 1 am
till gaining. All the knots have disap
peared trom my body except this little
kernel here in mv palm, 1 hare a vnorf
appetite and I am almost as strong as I ever
" Yesterday I rode thirty-seven miles on
horseback. I feel tired to-day but not sink
I used to have from two to fonr spells of
heart palpitation eyerv nieht. since 1 homn
the use of the pills 'I have had-but four
" I know positively that I was cored bv
Pr Williams Pink Pills, and I bolievi
firmly that it is the most wonderful remedy
in existence to-day, and every fact I have
presented to you is known to my neighbors
as well as to myself, and they will certify to
ug iu v, hi icuiiu&iwic cure.
DVRSHHED nor SB FOR RENT FOR TUB
r jammer. Icqaite of Mrs. J no. Warner, 1&30
fOR SALE THE PROPHRTT OF W. T.
r Hawthorne, So. SSa; Sixth avenue. Enquire
UfAVTED-A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
bousewnrk. Call at 1107 Fourth avenue, or
:k l weniietn street.
WANTED A GOOD AGENT TO SELL OUR
novelty In Rock talao 1 and vicinit J W rite
for pa ticulira. Star Novelty c mpany, Erie, Pa
I 0T-A SET OF PLANS ADORFSgEn TO
Li Terry m Lew , Gawobarir. 111. Finder re
turn to V. tiety Wood warn, and receive suitable
CITTATION WANTED BV A FIRST CLASS
a-i meat ana pastry coo, in nor i or res tan rani.
Cen cive bct of retercoces. Address, A. U. W
pOMMISSION AND AUCTION ALL RINOS
yj or goods nought and sold, dieroted or either
at I r.vate sue or at auction. Harris a urvis,
1511 Second avenne.
ANTrn-A PARTS EH I AN OLD E-
tatliithed bostnesa i" Rock Irland with
l.OOUineasacrcetariiy. Wdl gnsrutee $,0UU
per year for inveatcent. Address X., tola ol ee.
LOST-A CHECK FOR 115, DRAWN JCWB 1
br Jobn U. Ml more, of Mian, on the R-k
Islacd National hank, payable to Jos'pbin
e i !ini;-rpr b-anr. All persona a-c warned
n il to ay i be same.
W' ANTED TWENTY LAMES AT ONCE TO
da adverii-ine for Ibo Ya- Camp Packinr
c.mpar.y In Kock Irland and Dayecport; ala-y
from tne start; experienced canvassers preferred,
addnarol may call on you. J. H. Holer,
Rock I aland, ill.
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
love, but she was unin
terested, she cared noth
ing for his affections, as
her thoughts were of
t Lovely Candies
KEPT and SOLD at
Krell & Math's
Palace of Sweets.
1716-1718 Second ave. Thone 1156.
Try our 35-cent cold
lunch at the Tower.
Mdntyre-Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 1711 Second Avenue, Rock Island, 111.
4 Continuation of the Great Clearing Sale.
With an addition of many emphatic bargains a golden opportunity to make your dollars
do double duty.
PRICE CUTS IN WASH GOODS.
20 pieces 29-inch full figured Lawns, value 10c.
20 pieces new printed Dress Duck, value 10c and
12Jc, at 6Jc.
Half wool Challies, beautiful designs, mostly desir
able dark grounds, worth up to 25c, at 12c.
15 pieces genuine William Anderson imported
Scotch Ginghams, value 25c, at 14c.
. 25 pieces fine figured Salines and Pongees, dark
and light grounds, worth 15c and 18c, at 7jc.
. 200 remnants of new Wash Goods at about 50c on
5,000 yards Val. Laces, very latest and newest
patterns just received and will be placed on sale this
week at special prices.
. 2c val. Laces, per yard, lc.
4c val. Laces, per yard, 2c.
6c val. Laces, per yard, 3c.
8c val. Laces, per yard, 4c.
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,
hackberry, or other large
tree, and is already provid
ed with abundant shade.
These lots are in the very
best part of the city, and
the most desirable for resi
dence purpose of any lots in
the city. Apply to
M. M. STURGEON,
Boom 21, latohsll ft Lyndo Bloc
BIH J. BUI
Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old fire and time
tried companys repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
Tour Patronage is Solicited. .
Office 1820, Second Av.
Ilarper Honac Block.
M. M. BBIGGS,
Real Estate, Insurance, Loans
AND HOUSES TO RENT.
Office 1612 Second Ave., Rock Island.
Have on hand 40 lot In Sooth Rock la'and on
eaajriera; jt ontriit the el'y limit; rood
vitrr: low tr.xc-c. an1 rhaap tarorai c- T-n lota
on Thi'ty-elchtb rtrret nd If teen In avenue.
A nnmbrrof pi cca of (.ropertjr to tho city for
ale and rent.
SUMMER SPECIALTIES AT
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
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.
200 Children's Parasols, natural and fancy sticks,
400 Windsor Ties, each lc.
Two lines of Ladies1 Knit Vests, which we thought
extra good value at 18c and 15c, haven't moved to
uit us, so the price drops to 10c.
Nice all Silk Ribbon in satin and grosgrata with
satin edge, from 10 to 12 o'clock each morning, or
while the lot lasts, Nos. 5, 7, 9 and 12, per yard, 5c;
value 8c to 16c.
50 full sized white Bed Spreads, Marseilles pat
terns, value $1.25, at the absurdly low price of 69c.
Ladies long Teck Scarfs for shirt waists, value
35c. at 19c.
About six dosen more Shirt Waists with lauadried
collar and cuffs, but slightly damaged, at 39c.
SNAP THIS QUICK.
To any one purchasing 110 or more worth of mer
chandise at anv one time this week we will present a
10-yard DKRSS PATTERN FREE from any Wash
Goods tn stock up to and including 10c a yard. It is
just like finding a dress, or getting something for
LATEST NOVELTIES IN
DEW SF1J5 GOOES
OAJI BB lin AT
E. F. DORtf,
The New Merchant Tailor.
1822 8&COND AVE
Harper Hons Block