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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16. 185.
John Fluegel's malt bread.
Fartlett pears at Hess Bros'.
Michigan peaches at Long's.
F. S. Brongh is in Chicago.
Read Mclntjre-Reck Co', ad.
Peaches 25 cents a basket at Long's.
Davenport mile track races this
Blind Boone at the Y. M. C. A.
Mrs. Frank Mixter is viaiting in
Mrs. Ella Anderson, aged 74, died
Blanket and yarn sale at Mclntyre
Iron and brass beds very cheap at
;ood races at the Davenport mile
tra'.'k this week.
Call and get prices on bed room
suites at Holbrook's.
The city dads meet in semi-monthly
session this evening.
Lee J. Mittingcr is back from
Cleveland, Syracuse and Buffalo.
Buy blankets and yarn now and
save money Mclntyre-Reck Co.
William Lowe departs thi3 evening
for Philadelphia on a 2-wceks1 visit.
John Bromley A Sons' best rug,
26x54 inches, (or $1.75 at Holbrook's.
S. J. Keator and son, Fred, arrived
from Boston and the cast this morn,
l he Davenport mile track races
Wednesday and the two succeeding
Hon. W. C. Collins and family are
here from Chicago on a visit to rela
From Wall Street to Newgate"
opening chapters in next Saturday's
Miss Florence Mixter left last even
ing for Lake Forest, 111., to enter
Tin top jelly glasxes at MeCabe's
tomorrow, l cent oacli. isring your
Ask your dealers for John Fluegel's
malt bread. None genuine -without
Races at tho Davenport milo track
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
of this week.
Read The A iters new serial "From
Wall Street to Newgate" commences
The great Barnutu & liailoy shows
are to appear at Davenport next Sat
urday, Sejit. 21.
Davenport milo track race
Wednesday, Thursday and Fri
day of this week.
Mrs. Henry Curtis and Miss Curtis
return''. 1 this niorninir from the
Miss F.mma Fiobiir has cone to
Camliridire to visit friends and attend
the Henry county fair.
Fluegel's malt bread something
new. Look for the label. Star
Bakery, 801 Twelfth street.
Some heartless individual poisoned
C. II. Decru's fox-terrier, 'iobv. It
was a dearly trensnrcd animal.
Frank K. F.berhart, cashier at Krell
A Math's, has accepted a position
Willi the Itneton store ol Ua von port
Robert Williams departs with his
children this evening for a 2-wecks'
visit to his brother at North Platte,
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Murphy and
Mrs. Kllen S. Webber departed this
niorninir for Rochester, N. Y., on a
K. P. Lvneh, formerly of Rock 11
and ati'l Davenport, now of Salt Lake
City, arrived at tho Harper this
Frank Bahnsen nad William Don
havo returned from the Templar
conclave and other points of interest
in the east.
Carpets will be sold at less than
cost for one week at .W. S. Hoi
brook's. 103-105-107 East Second
f:j.U ?XS4 and 15.62 aro sonic
verv special values, in lino dross
patterns, for this week's salo at Mc
Cabc's. See display in east shov
Twenty-five cents. S'J cents and 49
cents are the prices named bv Mc
Cabo Bros, on three lots of new dress
irnoils. They are price marvels, 400
distinct styles to seleet from.
Mi'C.ibo Bros, will usher in the fall
dress goods business by quoting
somo startling prices on the most
desirable and newest effects in im
ported and domestic fabrics. See
M. oss' milk wagon team took a
lively spurt down Fifth avenue this
niorniujr and collided with a tree in
front of Dr. Paul's Twenty-third
street residence. One of the horses
Highest Honors World's Fair.
broke loose, but was soon captured.
Little damar was done.
Charles Long, Jr., now engaged
with the government engineering
corps at La Crosse, arrives heme
Oct. 1 for the winter season, which
will bo spent in studying at the Chi
cago college of dental surgery.
The strike of Deere & Co's. grind
ers continues, and the men vow to
remain out until their grievance is
satisfactorily adjusted. Saturday a
number of ontside grinders, agreeing
the previous day to accept employ
ment, reported for duty, but on bear
ing the trne circumstances, refused
to go to work.
The Davenport mile track races to
occur Uednesdav, Thursday and
Friday of this week promise to ia
clude somo of the linest events ever
presented on this now famous track.
The entries are all tirst-class and the
purses sufficient to indnce meritori
ous tests of speed as well as record-
James J. LaVelle was this after
noon made the recipient of a hand
some inkstand and gold pen from his
former associates in the Rock Island
postoftice with whom he severed his
relations Saturday to become con
nected with Tiie" Akgis. It was a
very pleasant surprise which Mr.
Lavelle appreciates hishly.
The eclipse is over, but a comet is
coming. It is expected to be in peri
helion Oct. 5, and if visible to the
naked eye at any time will be so
then. At present it can be seen only
with tho telescope, but it may be
that before it begins receding it will
blaze in the sky as briiliantly as
some of the most noted comets.
An immense crowd witnessed the
island employes' trolley party Satur
day. It was a beautiful sight 12
gaily illuminated cars glidin
through the streets with two bands.
Along the line merchants added
beauty to the sight by red illumina
tions. no party ended up at toe
Tower with dancing and refresh
in en 1 3.
If the self-alleged bright genius
who preaches through the Union
possessed the manhood to assume re
sponsibility for his utterances, his
remarks might be construed to be
worthy of notice, but Tnn Akgls
has found more to occupy its atten
tiun than indulging in tho pastime of
groping in the dark by replying to
Insane From. Sanstrok).
Application was made in the coun
ty court this morning for an inquisi
tion into the ' mental condition of
Charles Fitzpstrick. of Milan. Fitz
patrick as a young man of 25 years.
whose present condition is the result
of a sunstroke received at the recent
Springfield encampment, he being a
member of Company , Moiine. tie
had not become dangerous until yes
terday, when his commitment to
jail was necessary to insure protec
tion to these around him.
Knew Oeath Was Men.
John O'Brien, a well known char
acter, was found dead ia bis bed at
Davenport Saturday. A post mor
tem examination explained the cause
of his demise as stomach troubles in
duced by drunkenness. O'Brien
complained of feeling ill for the first
time in his life Friday evening, and
remarked to a young man who came
to his lonely abode to offer assistance:
I will die before morning." And
sure enough he did. Two children
who survive live in Denver.
A Hoase'.ioHl Necessity.
Jfo family should be without Fo
ley's Colic and Diarahoea Cure for
ail bowel complaints. For sale at M.
. Bahn sen's drug store.
Auffamana College Mote.
The attendance in the several de
partments of the institution exceeds
that of the corresponding period uf
last year by IS. This is mainly due
to the large increase in the seminary,
the attendance of which is about
An informal reception will be ten
dered the members of the conserva
tory chair next Wednesday even-
ng. The exercises and program will
be rendered in the beautiful gymna
sium auditorium. All who contem
plate joining this grand chorus are
cordially invited to be present at the
Manager Jeiperson informs the
writer that over two hundred
churches of the synod arc now at
work gathering funds with which to
pay oil the institution's debt. About
two hundred more arc to be beard
The members of tho Augustana
Silver Cornet baad held an organiza
tion meeting this morning.
Prof. Schillinger, the eminent or
chestra leader and violinist, has been
re-engaged as teacher of violin and
leader of the orchestra. The pro
fessor will organize the orchestra
next Monday evening.
Two young ladies were enrolled in
the musical conservatory yesterday
who had come all the way from
Jamestown. 2. Y.
J. A. Huglin, of the class of
'05 of the business college, has en
tered a law school in Chicago.
Tomorrow evening the Blind
Boone Concert company will give
one ol its popular concerts in tne
college chapel. Those who have
once heard this musical prodigy of
the l'Jth century will cheerfully pay
the small admission fte of 2a cents
to hear him again. Those who have
never heard Prof. Boone should not
fail to do so now.
IWIIoiiiilst Uets Humped.
In alighting with his parachute
Saturday . afternoon the aeronaut
who made daily ascensions for the
little circus which held forth at
Twin-City ball park last week.
bumped his head against a box car
in the Rock Island yards ana was
rendered unconscious. His lower
extremities scaled the obstruction all
right, but when near the ground a
sudden shift of wind swung the par
achute and his head was knocked
against the car. The man was taken
to the circus grounds and soon re
covered from the shock.
Brings comfort and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, witli
1 expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
the needs of physical being, will attest
the valuo to health of the pure 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 truly
beneficial properties of a lierfoct lax
ative; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, ncadacnes ana lexers
and permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to r.iillions and
mpt with the arnroval of the medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid
neys. Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Svrun of Fi?s is for pale by all dme-
rrlsts in 50c anil $1 liettles, but it is man-
utacturcu ny mo ciunornia rig cjtuj
Uo. only, whose r.ame is printed on every
package, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and buine well informed, you will not
tcceptany substitute if offered.
COMMISSION AND AUCTION-AM. KINDS
of pntid bought and snM, disnnsrd of either
nt prHiite sale or at auction. Hams A Irvin,
Kii necona avenue.
1 OST-A KEY-RISO AND TI1RBE KRV8,
ll with chain attached, between The Amirs
office snd Twentieth street. Finder please leave
at mis omce and ructivo rcwaru.
Eernan Smoke Consumers.
The toft coil furnace here repraeentel
onder the name of Ketnan Smoke Coo
comer, Las been conttnt ted on scientific
principle, and the Discharging of Heated
Air Into the fire chanber has been to reg
ulated that jnst a sufficient amocnt enters
the furnace, and at the r roper degree of
hett, the result canting a Perfect State of
Combustion, no volatile carbon escpin
within the lire chamber. No Scot Gather
ing in the Flu or Smoke Pipe, and No
Dense Volumes of Black Smoke, issuing
from the chianey. We are prepared to
furnish estimates on heating and ventila
ting. A fall lice of Bard coal. Soft coal,
or wood furnaces of the best make al
ways on h-nd. Call and examine them.
1615-1617 Second Avenue.
For Using Krell
& Math's Bread.
Its the best.
It goes farthest.
It's a pleasure to eat it.
Always the same.
Everybody praises it.
You will like it.
You should try it.
tJtTANTED-A RELIABLE, ACTIVE GEN-
s tlcmunor lauv to trawl for relmh eetsh
lislied hnene. Salary t THO, payable SIS weekly,
and muneT advanced for expenses Situation
steady. References. Etr'nse reif-addrcssed
stamped envelope, it. E. Uom, president, Chicago.
VEW MINES DISCOVERED-S10 AND MORE
Is made daily on small investments bv oar
new plan of systematic grain and stork specula
tion. Fullest imcstiira'toa solicited. Past
workings of the plan and hitrhept references fur-nish-ri
Send forottr free honkit-t telling bow to
niake money, eveo on the wronz side of the mar-
act: aiso our asuy marKet letter, what ana
whereto buv. Active representatives wanted.
A. UiLwonc & Co.. Omaha huiWime. Chicago, 111.
Ask for it. Insist on baving it.
KRELL & MATH
Are closely allied when
it comes to a question of
Fine Bakery Goods. For
proof trj them once on
anything in the baking
Phone 1 1 56.
1716-171S Second Ave.
Your party will be a
success if yon have our
Brick Ice Cream. .
Burtis Opsra House,
: Sept. 19-20
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Crape Oeam of Tartar Powder. Free
bom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
Compliment, to the Colonel.
About twenty-five friends in Rock
Island and Moiine. including the
members of the river ngineer corps,
of Col. Alex Mackenzie, gave him a
supper at Schuetzen park Saturday
eTcnino;. There were also present
Capt. Mitchem and Lieut. Russell, of
Kock Island arsenal, and bnsign
Chandler. It was a parting testimonial
to tne colonel, who has so many warm
friends, and it proved in all respects
I a most pleasant social affair.
Hard Coal Market.
Hard coal is cheaper now than it
has been for many years, and this is
the best time to lay in yonr winter's
snppiy. jaii on fc. ti. Jrazer lor
rock bottom cash prices. Telephone
Children Cry for
MR. LAWRENCE HAN LEY
And his own eomi any in a deli;htfu', popular
anil amiring enicnsiLmenT, containing
one hour with Skakespeate, entitled
Prolonged on Thursday evening with
the choicest parts of
ROMEO and JULIET.
A nd cn Friday evening hy
Sea's on sale Tuesday morning at FlaVc.
Trices f 1, Tie, 50c and Sic.
0 Ttnr Horn and Hart It Insured.
Insurance and Loans
Room 4, Mitchell & Lynde b'ng.
Mclntyre-Reck Dry Goods co.
1709 and 171 1 Second Avenue, Rock Island, 111.
THERE ARE BLANKETS AND BLANKETS.
We bought ours months ago (when the weather was
too warm to enjoy blanket buyiner) all because cotton
was cheap and wool was cheap, and we felt that both
would be higher later on. We were right. They
cost a lot more now. Our buyer, now in New York,
writes he. cannot bay anywhere for the same figures,
but we will let these early purchases at prices you'll
know are cheap the minute you see the goods. 'Wise
people will buy now. Blankets will cost more later.
Tithe the Rood weight well fleeced blankets we are selling at 45c
others g?t Site, and they are cheap at that. Our price 4Sc
Bie. heavy fleeced cotton Kankcts which should be SI, ( hej'll be
that later) coetjon now 75c.
Bsttetflr blankets, somethins; very new, shonld be $1 25, at SDi. No
more it any price when these are gone,
Shoddy wool blankets. vsy heavy, regular wear tesistcrs and nica
lookers, vtrth (1 only $1 33.
Wool blankets, tint all wool, the cotton In th'm will make them
wear longer, price ought to be $4 but it is only $i.!S.
Excellent all wool blankets, not qntte so tine as those yon nssd to
rave over at t pair, bat clt gam blankets and the price is just f 9i.
Beautiful wrapper blankets which ou;ht to be f 6.S3. are bow only
Fpeclal values in cr'.b blankets at 87c and np.
We would write a whole page full about blankets,
but space can't be had. Come and investigate.
BENEFIT, DID YOU SAY?
rather than for as. That's no
les. indeed, vou
matter to you, however, so long as the yarns are
yours at ese prices, which speak for themselves.
You will notice that prices quoted are from one-third
to one-half less than usual.
The very flucst imported Saxony yam. value alwava 10c, bow per fall
a led rktto ic
Imported (iermutown Zephyr yarns, positively txnj tetter, value
15c. at iiersklen He.
A coo-l MiiiiiiT yam at 4c.
Bet -.in nortet ice wool, actual value 10c, iurlnj this vale per box Sc.
jJrey. white, brown and black Aneor. yam at the lowet prices.
Uerman Kntttine vsrn.. .interior quality, value c, at lc
A good taer i an ki.t:tinr wors ed. per .ketn i:tc.
The best imported Xpani-h yarns, wnrtn tsc a saehi. at 10c.
e wi.ta to ay emphatically ih.t these are the floral vara of their
kind maite or lm)or;el; not a kit of cheap jute mixture. There will he
a yarn rui-b. We have Hied to provide enough to aro around.
Keep It mind th exceptional otrrinua we are tnakinc in Press
Goojs the eat variety, the new ana takinj styles snd th. wondcrlull
low prices. W pro ose to keep tha Oresa Uuuus htadiuaricrs when
they hav beta r cht here.
Keen in mind our Clok di pr!meit. The garments of all wantahle
kinds, in all desirable styles are maivels of hesnty and che.tocs. tie
member it c sts but little to have ace laid atdu for yoa, thus ce'.tlur
early selection fn m the large number of styles.
The Best Merchandise for the Least Monev.
New Goods Arriving Daily.
McIntyre-Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and. 17 1 1 Second Avenue, Rock Island.
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 ;a it has
upon it a tine walnut, elm,
hackberry, or other large
tree, and is already provid
ed with abundant shade.
These lots are in tho 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. mtclull ft Lynde Sloe)-
The Portage Entry
Successors to the Portage
Bed Stone Co., also to Furst
Neu & Co.,
LAKE SUPERIOR PORT
AGE RED, BROWN
AND VARIEGATED SAND
Security Building, 'Ninth
Floor, Madison Street and
M. M. BKIGGS,
Real Estate, Insurance, Loans
AND HOUSES TO RENT.
Office 1612 Second Ave., Rock Island.
it., mi haml an Int. in Poath Hock Island on
easytcrj-e; just ontsidn the city limits; rood
wuter: low teres, and cheap insurance. Ten lota
. Thirt.-olirhth street ud fifteenth avenne.
A nnmlH-ror pieces of property in the city for
sale and rent.
To tiie Ladies of k Tri-Cities and Vicinity
CUT AND MAKE YOUR OWN CLOTHING.
Ladies wishing to do their own dress making
should secure and learn the 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 iy
for $10, and moderate terms for learning the
Mrs. M. A. Thompson, Agent. -
Ryan Block, Second Floor, Davenport.
1803 Second Arenue.
SEIVERS & ANDERSON
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All kinds of carpenter
Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street
Goneral Jonh'nv done on short notice
aiid satisfaction gaarantued
And if you appreciate a first class line . of merchandise, properly tailored, and at
honest, legitimate prices, you will find it decidly advantageous to buy your
Clothing and Shoes at the
Whose good name is a sufficient guarantee for every promise or claim they
Clothing and Shoes.
1729 Second Avenue 116 to 124 Eighteenth Street