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THE AKGUP, SATURDAY, AUGUST 24. 1895.
Buy a home of Kcidj Bros'.
Sale on fancy cops and saucers at
Cut flowers and floral designs at
Richard Mansiil leaves for Boston
L. S. McCahe and family are eft
for Boston tonight.
Plenty of Michigan peaches by the
basket at Hess Bros1.
Michigan and Missouri peaches at
Long's this evening cheap.
Teaches from 25 to 50 cents a bas
ket at Long's this evening.
All perishable goods sold regard
less ol cost at Long's this evening.
Spring chickens at the Hock Island
meat market, 2225 Fourth avenue.
.Some of Molinc's Fifteenth street
paving was torn up by yesterday's
The Y. M. C. A. meeting at 3:30
tomorrow afternoon will be led by
Jerry Wood in.
Rev. C. T. Cady, cf Woodhull. will
preach morning and evening at the
First M. K. church tomorrow.
Krnefit A. Cook and Miss Mary
Ryan, of Davenport, were married
by Judge Adams this afternoon.
Shields has lots of Michigan free
stone peaches on hand, which he
will sell cheap tonight. Must go.
The fall term of the Rock Island
Business university. 1901 Second
avenue, commcnces'Tuesday, Sept. 3.
Albert Celene, the Moline saloon
keeper, died last evening of dropsy,
aged 63. He had been a sufferer for
The ladies of the Broadway church
will give a trolley party "Tuesday
evening, Ang. 27, for tho benefit o'f
the new building.
T. F. English gois to Boston to
night to visit his folk and friends.
It has been many years since Tommy
saw his old eastern home.
Mrr and Mrs. K. Spcidel and
daughter. Mis- Ili-ckla, departed this
luorning for New York, where they
will visit their Hon, Hugo.
Mrs. Daniel Scully, accompanied
by her two granddaughters, Alice
and Kitlie Smith, leaves this evening
for a 2-weeks1 visit to Scranton, Pa.,
and other parts of the east.
Editor Tom Stanley, of the Moline
Mail, arrested for violating the bi
cycle ordinance of that city in failing
' to carry a glimmer, was acquitted
by a jury yesterday afternoon.
Most of -the estate of the w idow of
the late Diamond Jo UoynnMs goes
to lnr only brother. Jay Morton, of
Richland, Sullivan county, X. Y.
There are n few minor bequests,
one of 1,000 to Mrs. Lewis Morton,
Miss ('can Nehupp, for two years
leader of the Moline Congregational
church choir, and prominent in tri
nity circles, has accepted the princi
y palxhip of the musical department of
i.fillins' college, at Winter Park.
Y.n., where she goes in September.
Two cute Newfoundland puppies
belonging to John McDonald, of
Twenty-third street and Third ave
nur. were strolling along the street
railway tracks this morning. When
tho bridge lino car had passed a
tragedy had occurred one cute lit.
tie dog was dead.
IVtc-r PfafT invites all his friends
to call at tho St. Julian sample
rooms, corner of Seventh avenue and
Seventeenth street, tonight, when he
will serve turtle soup and saucr
kraut and schpec. The Ann Arbor
Mandoliu club will discourse music
throughout the evening.
With the military honors of Com
pany A and tho M. K. Boys' brigade,
tho funeral of John W." Ley da oc
curred at 2 o'clock this afternoon
from the residence of his mother,
2707 Ninth avenue. The pall bear
ers wore: Usrry Coyne, W. Camer
on. Howard Johnson and Harry
Menn. of company A. and Walter
Wcckel and Morris Wilcher, of the
The trolley party given by the la
dies of tho 'Broadway church will
have for its route a ride to Moline and
return; tin nee to the Tower, where
ica cream and cake will bo served.
'J he cars will leave Bengston's store
at 7:30 p. m.. stopping at Marshall's
drug st -re, at Balinsen's on Fourth
avenue and Twentieth street, at Von
Koeckrit's. at F.lm street and Moline
avenue for parties who may assem
ble at any ot these points. "Fare for
round trip 25 cents. Kvcrvbodr is
The old settlers' committee at Its
meeting this afternoon formulated a
program for tho court house corner
stone services, which will be nb
mitted to the association for ap-
fliehest Honors World' Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE
pure Gripe Of am of Tartar Powder. Free
som Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
AO YEARS THE STANDARD.
proval Tuesday. The intention
is to invite all military and civic or
ganizations, city officers, police and
lire departments, barristers and citi
zens of the county to participate in
the parade. Committees on invita
tion, reception, decoration, print,
ing, orations, etc., were appointed.
DRANK FLY POISON.
A One-Yw-Olil child Become Danger
The little son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lorenz Bredar, 2006 Fifth avenue,
became suddenly ill this morning.
and the cause thereof was inexplica
ble until the contents of a plate of
II v poison were found demolished.
The child had wandered into an ad
joining room away from his mother's
watch, and not old enough to realize
the consequence drank some fly poi
son, l&u child became sick sud
Dr. Hollowbush was summoned to
the attendance of the little one and
applied remedies before the poison
natt lastcneu itseir. J tie doctor says
there is no caure for anxiety over the
Camp. Yellowstone Notes.
Daring a severe squall Jack Greehy
deserted his fellow campers, and af
ter the storm had subsided he was
discovered in the ice bos of Camp
A possible famine was averted by
the good work of Steward Wheelan,
who immediately placed himself on
guard in the cooking tent and con
structed a platform on which was
placed groceries, etc.. thereby sav
ing the boys considerable financially.
Sunday a lovely roast pig, donated
by a prominent Moline avenue batch
er, will be served "with great force."
uuring rndav afternoon's storm
the Yellowstono boys had heavy
tacking on the "Welsh coast." All
damages were averted bv the strate
gy of Manager Zee McMahon and
lieutenants, and no damage was
done. A love!? supper was served
when the elements were fiercest, and
enjoyed by the campers. The menu
was as follows:
Bean Soap. Blirk Bass,
New England Boiled Dinner
S'lced Tomator. Cucumber.
Sweet Putumcs (M ureal ii.e.) Orecn Pear,
lesion rie. ice cream.
An Absrntmlndrd Preacher.
An m1i1 circumstance happened once
nt Winchester. As Dr. Vil.on was one
Snnduy morning froinp thronh the
streets toward the cathedral ho heard a
woman cry: "Mackerel! All alive, all
alive, Ol" And on bis arrival at the
chnrch ho bejran the service as follows:
"When tho wicked man tnrneth awav
from his wickedness nnd docth that
which is lawful nnd riht, ho shall save
his sonl alive, uliv?, ()!" Those lust
words tho doctor proclaimed ulond, in
tho true tone of tho fishwoinaii, to the
prent surprise t,t the conn'Ration. But
the good doctor was so studious and ab
sent that ho knew not what ho had
douo. Household Words.
The Wheel a Test of Character.
Certniu disjjrui'tled philosophers have
contended that the woman you see is
seldom the woman you think yon see.
Mi muted upon bicycles, most women
have to tell the truth about themselves.
One can distinguish at u glance the dar
iug, willfnl beauty from the timid, ten
der girl. The woman is reduced for tho
inoiueut to the plane of a boy, whose
gixxl looks or lack of them, health, vig
or of mind and Iwxly are apparent. I
will even po so far its to advise a man
not to get married until lie has seen the
object of his choice disport herself ttpou
a bicycle. Philadelphia Times.
To Chicago by the Burlington, the
people's favorite and short line. A
special train, consisting of chair
cars and coaches, will leave the C.
It. & O. depot. Rock Island, at 10
o'clock Saturday evening, Aug. 31,
Moline at 10:15 p. m., reaching Chi
cago at 5:30 a. m. Returning, the
train will leave Chicago Sunday,
Sept. 1. at 11:30 p. m., arriving at
Rock Island about 6 a. . m. Tickets
good only on special train. Fare
$2.50 for round trip. Secure tickets
early, which are now on sale, and
avoid the rush. See flyers for list of
attractions. Bicycles free.
M. J. 101x0, Agent.
Take the Bis; roar Boole to the Knights
Boston, Mass., Ang. 25-31 one
fare for the round trip magnificent
sleeping car service, elegant dining
cars tickets good going Aug. 19 to
void, good returning until fept. 10.
with privilege of extension until
For full particulars call on the
agent of the Biff Four route, or ad
dress D. B. Martik,
Gen'l Pass. & Ticket Agt.
E. O. McCokmick.
Pass. Traffic Mgr., Cincinnati.
Parltv rtrkiifl V fAi1.r foil f n n T rrVi t
j - . - - p. -
and cooler; fair Sunday with prob
acy increasing cloudiness in aiter
noon. Today's temperature. 78.
F. J. Walz. Observer.
Yon ought to know that when suf
fering from any kidney trouble that
a safe, sure remedy is the Clinic Kid
ney Cure. Guaranteed or money re
funded. Sold at M. F. Bahnsen's
A blow ou trm head seenis to came a
flash of light in the eyes because lu?ht
is tho only impression the optical nerve
is capable of receiving.
Barley is one of the most ancient of
Children Cry for
ZEIS GOES WRONG.
The Bock Island Ball Player a Tblel at
Those who admired the ball play-,
ing of William Zeis, the hard-hitting
right fielder of Rock Island's cham
pion team in two seasons, and who
started out this year with the Jack
sonville ball clnb of the Western as.
sociation, will deeply regret to know
that he has disgraced himself and
iiis friends at the last named city,
and is in a fair way to pay the pen
alty for iu A" dispatch from Jack
Patty" Zeis, who was right fielder
of the Jacksonville base ball clnb
most of the season, is in the city
prison. He stole a pocketbook of
Aid. Henry Kicks in the Junction
saloon. The pocketbook contained
$106 in money, $600 in checks on
various banks, and some notes and
other negotiable paper. Zeis con
fessed and returned everything ex
cept 40 in money, which he had
spent in riotous living."
linrd Coal Market,
Hard coal is cheaper now than it
has been lor many years, and this is
the best time to lay in your winter's
supply. Call on K. U. rrazer lor
rock bottom cash prices. Telephone
Brings comforo and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
lef i expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
the needs of physical being, will attest
the value to health of the pore liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Figs.
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in tho form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, the refreshing and rnly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling coldd, headaches and fevers
ana permanently curng constipation.
It has givsn satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acta on the Kid
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drag
gists in 50c and $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, you will not
ccept any substitute if offered.
WASTED A DISHWASHER AT THE
Kock Island Douse.
LOST A VELVET CPB, WITH LKHT
colore! lln'nsn Finder pleisc return to ih s
office and receive reward.
COMMISSION AND AUCTION ALL KINDS
of gm! bought and oM, disposed of either
at private silo or at auction. Ilarrij at trvin.
1511 Second avenue.
FOR SALE MY IIOUSKHOLO GOOD? BY
pkee or lot. Alo a One 6 yesr-old hor-e,
snitabls for delivery wagon or aurrev. W De
Fons. til Twentieth street, above Banjgcn'a E ni
WANTED A MAN TO JOIN MB IN LIGHT
tnanufaswring; bus:ne a. Experience not
rrqnfred I will ensrantee you a profit rf at
lea-t 1J per moi.lhly. 800 to (1 SU0 required.
AiOr.taC. F., thi offlce.
VEWM1HKS DISCOVERED-S10 AND MORS
i.1 mace flatly on email inr elmeM oar
r.ew plan of sjfaWmatic grain and nock Denta
tion. Fulhst invretig Ion solicited. Past
working of i he plan and highest reference fur
nisht d 8col for our free booklet telltrg bow to
make money, even on the wrong aide of the mar
ket; alto our oaily market letter, what and
where to buv. Active representatives wanted
A. UiLwonz A Co., Omaha buildine. Chicago. HL
Notice to Contractor.
ea'ed propoaa'a will be received at the etv
clerk omce. R.ick Island, III . until Monday.
September , ins, at & o'e'ock p. n., for coa
alrudlne the Improvement ordered by an xH
nance of the city of (lock Island, passed August
V 189 entitled, "An ordinance f.ir the c n
atructiun of a system of sewer In the Sixth
ward. In the city of Kix-k Island, I'l "
Tlans ml apcciCcation can be seen at the city
Blank bids will be furnished on application.
All bids nnsi be accompanied with a eertilled
check In the snm of nve hundred iJ-W) dollar
payable to the or !er of the mayor of this city, in
rae the bidder shall fail to enter Into contract
within ten days after the awarding nf said con
tract, with approved sureties to execute the
work f r the pnre mtnUoned in his bid.
Kock ItUnd, 1:1- Antru-t 31.
A. D. Ill It iIS u. City Clerk.
0 Ttr amu and If act it It.wii
Real Estate, t '
Insurance and Loans.
Room 4, Mitchell & Lvnde b'nxr.
J . V
Kernan Smoke Consumers,
The toft coal furnace here representel
under the name of Keinaa Smoke Con
turner. Las been conttru ted on clenliuc
principles, and the Discharging of Beatei
Ar h to the Are chamber has been so reg
ulated that juet a sufficient amount enter
the furnace, and at the proper degree of
heit. the result cantiog a Perfect State or
Combuatioa, no volatile carbon ec-pinc
within the fire chamber. No Soot Gather
ing in the Flue or Smoke Pipe, and No
D:nae Volumes of Blade Smoke ielog
from the chinncy. We are prepared to
f urnah estimate on heating and ventila
tint;. A full lute of Hard coal. Soft coal,
or wood furnaces or the best makes al- x
ways on band. Call and examine them.
1615-1617 Second Avenue.
Is it that only
Candies are sold by
Because future sales de
pend on the returns de
rived from present ones.
Because we realize that
in making a small per
centage on good goods
we establish a reputa
tion which increases our
KRELL & HATH.
1716 and 1718 Second Ave.
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES ON ALL
Our Mr. Mosenfelder has been in New York for some time placing orders for the manufac
turing of our Fall and Winter Stock. AH summer goods must and will go. The reduced
prices will move them quick. It is a splendid opportunity to buy now. Better not miss it.
Cl0tllin$ Jllld SllOCS.
Mclntyre-Reck Pry Goods co.
1709 and 171 1 Second Avenue, Rock Island, 111.
Ladies9 Duck Suits.
We have on consignment for ft short time from a
Brominent Philadelphia manufacturer a lot of Ladies'
uck Suits to be closed out at what we can
get. The prices do their own talking. Duck Suits,
swell eastern styles, new lapel immense sleeves, col
ors most desirable, they go in three lots.
Lot 1, value $3.68. at 1 1.68.
Lot 2. value $3. at $1.48.
Lot 3. value $2.25, at $1.18.
You will have to be prompt to get an v.
Beautiful Lawn Wrappers, well and generously
made as though they were your own work, broken
lots and sizes at prices to close.
The $2.98 and $2.48 Wrappers, $125.
The $1.63 Wrappers, 93c.
Boys' Lawn Blouses.
What is left in Boys' Lawn Blouses, full ruffle front,
ruffle color and cuffs, elegantly made, will go this
The 75c and 98c ones, 49c.
The $1.25 kind, 69c.
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 line 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,
Room 21, IQtohtll k Ljrndo Bloc
The Portage Entry
Successors to the Portage
, Red Stone Co., also to Fnrst
Neu & Co.,
LAKE SUPERIOR PORT
AGE RED, BROWN
AND VARIEGATED SAND
Security Building, J Ninth
Floor, Madison Street and
M. M. BRIGGS,
Real Estate. Insurance. Loans
AND HOUSES TO RENT.
Office 1612 Second Ave., Rock Island.
Rave on hand 40 lota In South Rock Island on
easy urn; just oats.au the city limits; rood
stater: low taxes, and cheap insurance Ten lots
on Thlrtv-etohth atreet snd fifteenth avenna.
A numberof piece of property in the city for I
ale and rent.
IMl. d H
1709 and 171 1
To the Ladies of the Tn-Cities anil Vicinity
CUT AND MAKE YOUR OWN CLOTHING.
Ladies wishing to do their own dress making
should secure and learn thp famous KELLOGG
SYSTEM, which is equal if not superior to all
others in the market, by calling on or addressing
the undersigned. Will also teach the new
method of boning, the only stiffening in dresses,
etc., that does its work in a satisfactory manner.
The Kellogg System with full instruction given
for $10, and moderate terms for learning the
Mrs. M. A. Thompson, Agent.
Ryan Block, Second Floor, Davenport.
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All kind of carpenter
Office and Shop 731 Twelfth street
V& Second Avenue
on Tan Shoes.
Black Dress Goods
For one week we continue our special sale of Black
Dress Goods at greatly reduced prices to give as
many as possible an opportunity to benefit bv the re
markable bargains offered.
40 pieces Black Dres Goods, plain and novelty
weaves, in wool and mohair, received Fridav and Sat
urday, will be added to the line on special sale.
We mention in particular among the new Black
Goods on sa'e. 36-inch Henrietta at 17 J c, 36-inch all
wool imported Serge at 22Jc. 52-inch black imported
Bradford Serge at 67c, all far below real value.
We 'o continue our offer for this week only of I. nines at fc.'r
with Black brew Pattern or Hi yard, and over at .V? aVard and
Keaoeaiber theac remarkably low price are tor oue cek oulf"
l-ot. of activity in the Wash Goods department Among many bar
at piece Dm Tttirk. l-t vain, at Sc.
18 pieces wide Percales, elegant dark tjlcr, value M'iC, at lclc.
Ladies' Summer Underwear Given Away.
This week anyone purchasing two Ladles' ets will be entitled to a
third vest of the same quality K.R XOTUINO Yon surely n-v.-r asw
I-ad e' Underwear cheaper, and yon buy (rm the best tor in this
vicinity. At these term it will pay yon to lay la a (apply o Vests for
Second Avenue, Rock Island.
1803 Second Areirae.
General Jobbing dons on short aoUea
sod ssllsf action fuarantead
116 to 124 Eighteenth Street