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THE ARGUS, FBI DAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1896.
JS the main topic for street, corner con
1' versation these days, but if you go
l into the homes of the people and
hear the housewives talk you will note
this that they are alive to the fact that
groceries have been put on tvir
Proper Basis In Rock Island.
It was Shields who put them down first
of all and gave the people a fair run
for their money. He has not quit, it
yet. Every week sees something slashed
to the lowest possible figure. If you
want golden opportunities to save your
hard earned dol'ars, keep your eye on
Leader in Low Prices.
Dolly Bros9. Shoes.
Coma around In Polly'a
If you want In fuel jolly.
Ami liMik a' our stork of shoes;
Vt will nuit you Id price,
I'nr the prolil we will llri.
We will give tbcm tbi knife so as to please.
We have alt aorta anil i.cs
Ami we can lit all
That conic around on a purchasing call;
And when worn out
You will alway recall
That Dolly keeps the beat kind of all.
There will lo nn bunions or corns.
Nor any such kind r.f horns
That are caused by 111 lilting shoes;
We can cure nil meh woes.
They will never pinch your toes.
II wc sell you oar nice titling shooj.
Come around you dancers
The night Ix fo-e the ball.
We can tit both large feet and small;
Yon can dance to the music
With heel and with toe.
Making the remark, Dolly's shoes arc just so
Spot Cash Sho? Store
This is the Weather
TO MAKE YOU THINK OF
We are c'osir out at cost what are still on
hand, as we do not carry over f ods from one
season to another. Avail yourself of our offer.
Remember th:y are only the very best goods
and absolutely warranted in every respect.
Allen. Mvers & Company
Opposite Ilnrpcr House
2G00 Fifth Ave.
507 Twentieth street
lS:i SECOND AVE.
AfrRtfilT Ti 1 V I
Ull.EJ.fi. J. A .Li-Lli I
omorrow's Hospital Corner
PBOinSDfa MILITARY PAGEAHT.
TbaOrgantaattona Com point th Colamn
and tha Exf rclaca at tbe Wattrt wn etta
A N'otabla Oct aalou Lisa of March,
Tomorrow will be a fete day for
Rock Itiland county.
The occasion will be the laying of
the corner stone for the Western
ho-pital for the insane at Water
town, and the plans of the cities of
Rock Island and Moline to make the
event in keeping with the import
ance which attaches to ic will be car
ried out. These provide for a grand
military processi n in the afternoon.
beaded by tbe governor ana siau
forming on Fifteenth street and Sec
ond and Third avenues under the di
rection of (ien. JVilliam Clendenin,
erand marshal, and aids. Col. Edward
Kiitltsen. Col. V. C- Simmon. Col.
H. Kohler, Capt. Hugh McDonald,
Capt William Stewart. The orders
for the dav are:
The Sixth regiment. I. X. (i , and
Company B, Iowa N. G., will form
on Third avenue west of Fifteenth
street, and right resting on said
The Sec md battalion Naval Be-
serves will form on the left of the
The carriages for the trustees,
board o' supervisors, city councils
of Rock Island, Molinw and Daven
port, and for the committees, will
report at the Harper house to A. F,
Vinton, and as coon as occupied will
report to Col. H. Kohler, corner ol
neeonu avenue ami fourteenth street.
Members of the above bodies will re
port at Harper house to A. F. Vin
ton at 1:15 p. m. bhtrp.
Civic Hocieties will report to Capt.
Hugh AIcltanaM at the corner of vec
nod a ven ue and Sixteenth street and
form on Sixteenth btreet, south of
Second avenue with right resting on
Citizen in carriages wi 1 report to
Capt. Willinra Stewart, at corner of
fourth avenue r.tiu Sixteenth street.
and form on Fourth avenue, west.
with right restios; on Sixteenth
Cycling c'.ubs will form on left of
citizens in carriage:.
J ne column win ue mine tin as
l'latixm of Rock Island and Moline Police.
Marshal and Aids,
Sixth ticciment I. X. G.
Iluv. AltireM and StuJ.
Trustees ol the Hospital.
Ladies ot the Stall.
Mayors and AMurnien of lloek 1 si jiul and
Other Municipal Oiiicers.
Kxcetilive and Heeewmn Committees,
The Hue of march will he east on
Second avenue to Twentieth, south
to Fourth, cast to Twcntv-third,
south to Fifth avenue and east,
through ttrook's crossing to Third
avenue, Moline, and thence to Twen
ty-second street, that city, where the
column wih turn south to the rail
road tracks and take a train to
Watertown. Keturning the guests
of honor will hive the use of the
steamer George M. Walters for a ride
down the river over the rapids and
possibly inspecting the Hennepin
canal before reaching Hock Island.
At tha llronoilt.
The exercises at the grounds will
be as follows:
Music hy hands.
Announcements tv Finn. C. H. Deere. mxster
I'raver hy Kev. K F. Sweet.
Address on the legislative act Iw T. .1.
M1ill. Jr.. president ol hoard of trustees.
Music hy the Svendlee ciub.
Layintr of the corner stone, with address hv
Music. America "
ilenediction hy Kev. .1. S. Ciimmin!.'s.
Caring Far the Sultilir.
Mai J. C. Cabanis, quartern) aster,
arrived at the Harper last night from
Springfield to arrange for the visit
ing soidiera. The plans are that the
different companies arc to be received
as i bey arrive aud escorted to the
armory, where their arms will be
stacked. They will be fed at Y. M.
C. A. hall by the ladies of the Broad
way Presbyterian church at noon and
in the evening they w ill have supper
Gov. Altgeld and party will arrive
from SprintflieM via the Peoria this
evening. There will be included in
the party the governor and Mrs.
Altgeld. Adjt. Gen. C. C. Hilton and
many of tbe governor' stall and
their ladiec. Col?. C. W. Durham
and F. U. Morrell, of the stall, arc
The committee on decoration de
sires that along Ue line of march all
merchants and property holders dec
orate a3 far as possible.
The Burlington will bring in a
special from Sterling in the moriiirg
at 11 with companies of militia and
returning will leave at 10:40 p. m.
The general committees have their
final meeting in Moline this evening
and the reception committee is called
to meet at the Harper tomorrow
morning at 10 o'clock.
TheC. B. will ran a train
direct to Watertown. leaving Rock
Island at 2:3 p. m.. taking all from
this city and will immediately retnrn
to Moline and meet the tfticial party
on tbe arrival of the procession, lead
ing Twenty-second street, Moline, at
3:40 and reaching Watertown at 4.
Another train will leave the Molina
,t"" at 3:50. for the general public
at 4.20. Returning the train will
leave Watertown at 5:30 p. m. The
tram wi I run from hast Moline over
the Milwaukee tracks.
FALLS UNDER THE CARS.
Fred XT. Siater, Tramp. Has HI Left Leg
Fred W. Slater, a tramp, was run
down by the cars in the Kick Island
yards at Davenport about 4 o'clock
this morning, ana baa bis leu leg su
baaly mangled that it was lound
necessary, after his removal to St.
Luke s hospital, to amputate it.
Ihe unfortunate man with two
companions was waiting on the south
snie of a strng of cars betwten Har
rison aud Main street for the 95
southwest freight, on which they
proposed to stel a ride, to pull ont.
A switch ecgine was pushing a
string of box cars up the tide track
This was unobserved bv the men.
Slater stepped out to board the
freight, which had begun to move.
He was struck by the switch engine
car and knocked onto the track. Hi
companions escaped without injury.
Slater s home is at Metropolis citv,
Slater has since died from his in-
LINCOLNS ARE SULKING
K. fuse to Participate la the Seventh Ward
The McKinlev club was given the
marble heart by its tony Second ave
nue ststcr organization last night.
thereby widening the breach which
has existed between the clubs ever
since the nomination of the Ohio
Several days ago a stance and flag
rai-ing w as announced to come off in
the Seventh ward under the auspices
of the MtKinley club of that ntck of
the woods. Aid. Nelson, who it the
whole thing iu the affairs of the club
of bis ward, naturally feels more
kindly toward the Ihiru avenue
'yellow follows," as he trains with
the crowd that composes that organ
ization, which of course expected to
do the honors at last mghl a demon.
stration Aud it did. The Lincoln
ites, who out of courtesy were in
vited to go up and contribute,
would not accept the compliment.
oeeause, as they sav. it ws too su
perticial, and they are not standicga
f3u turn out to boutu Aid. Nelson's
So the Lincoln bovs sulked in the
Second avenue wigwam, sending
letter of regrets to the Seventh wa-d
club, saying that their feet were too
sore after tbe Peoria walk to do an
other drill so soon.
But the flag went up just the
same. The e were talks by E. 1)
Sweenev, J. I.. H:tss and CW. Foss
SAYS THEY'RE AFTER HIM.
Prisoner Telta the Follre Mis l'al In
Wauiwil tn Iowa.
Two men who registered as Joseph
Craig and Chirles Humes were ar
rested on Second avenue list night
by Ctpt ueinler. li.nh were acting
suspiciously anil had evidently been
handling firewater rather reckle?sly.
At neaaquarters the men were
sepal ated. Humes said that they
came from Monte.uma, Iowa, where
Craig, he alleged, is wanted for
cracking a safe.
Chief Ktzel t-lgraphed to Monte
zuma to ascertain the truthfulness of
Ralph, 1-year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. William Arndt. 2615 Third
avenue, died at 10 o'clock last ni;jht
of dysentery. The funeral will "be
held from tbe residence at 10 o'clock
The funeral of Valentine Ohlweiler
occurred at 2 o'clock this afternoon
from the borne of Louis Ohlwei'.cr,
1301 Fifth avenue. Kev. T. W. Graf
ton, of the Christian church, offi
ciated. Interment was mvie at
The funeral of Mrs. John Bloch
li iger was held from St Mary's
church at 9 o clock this morning,
K-.v. Father Baak officiating. The
remains were laid at rest in Calvary
cemcterv. The pallbearers wf-re
John Barlang, Joseph Lurch,
We'Tither. Andrew Lerch,
Eiche and Valentine Nold.
There will be a meetin? of the
principals of the several warO
schooU at the superintendent's oflice
Saturday, at 9 o clock a. m., also
general teachers' meeting in building
1. at l'f o ctoclt r.t th suiue niorniotr
1 he changes of timo has been made
on accouut of the corner stone exer
cises in the afternoon.
Flac KalainR in the So barb.
Democrats raised a banner at the
corner of Seventeenth street and
Twentieth avenue. South Heights,
last evening. Jhe riatf bears the
names of Bryan, Sewall and Aitgeld
and much enthusiasm was evinced
when it was unfurled. The repub
licans are going to put up a flag at
Eighteenth avenue and Seventeenth
Corner stoue Laying Committee.
A full meeticg of the arrangement
committee with the chairmen of tbe
other committees is requested to
night at the office of M. J. McEniry,
17 Skinner block, Moline. Final ar
rangements for exercises tomorrow
will be made and it is important to
have a full attendance.
C. 11. Pope,
Chairman of Arrangement Com.
Ta fare a Col 4 In Una Day.
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All drnggist9 refund the tn-'nev
if it fails to care. . 25 cents.
HOPLEY'S BAD FALL
Colored Man Drops From the
TEUS TO OfiOSS IN THE DAEK.
Mafcea a Mleatep and Lanta an m Rocky
Surface Twenty fire Feet Helow, Free
taring a Rib and Injirlug tllmvelf Inter
nally. Charles Hopley attempted to cross
the railroad bridge leading from tbe
upper Hock Island a"ds at an early
hour this morning. He made mis
step and was hurled to the roeky
shore about tweutv-hve feet below.
One rib on hU left side was frac
tured and it is feared he is hurt in
Hoplev is a resident " c f Chicago
and arrived in Rock Island yesterday
in company with another colored
young man. It was about 4 o'clock
this morning when they decided to
make a trip to Davenport. They
knew i f no other way to make the
trip at that hour but the railroad
bridge. So they began to drill.
Hoplev was a few feet in the lead
when they arrived at tbe bridge. He
continued on, never pausing to in
vestigate the lav of tbe ground
which be was about to tread. Hop-
ley walked along for several feet all
right. lie was on the outer edge of
Don He Uore.
All of a sudden his companion was
alone. lit) beard a groan, it was
Jhe d stance which Hoplev fell
is bbout twenty-live feet. The sur-
uce is very rough and rocky, end be
ijot the full benih: of the conditions
He was assisted to the residence cf
lr. S. B. Hall on Thirtieth street by
his compnniou. They advised the
injured mm to reraaiu ia Rock Isl
and until he was better able to re'
turn home, but he would not listen
to them, and notwithstanding that
ho was onlv able- to get alorg with
the assistance of two men. he boarded
the 7:30 Rock Island passenger train
for Chicago. Hoplej suffered eonsid-
erabiv, complaining hi internal in
juries, which it is feared are rather
Ihe feast oi the Hebrew new vear
will be celebrated Sept. and 9 at
the svnagogue of cougreation
bomre Sabath Anshe Sialiode at tbe
corner of Fifh avenue and Nine'
tecnth street. The ceremonies will
be in charge of Rabbi Charles Brill,
with the assistance of Rev. S. Sil
berman. teacher of the Hebrew
school, and also by Rev. P. Sosnc,
under the control of President M. L
Baker, Vice President itev. S. Sil tier
rusn and Ttus'ee H. Morris. Ser
vices at 7:3') p. m. aud 7 a. m.
John B. Emery and Miss Delia E
Thomas, of L mini), were married
iast evening at the residence of the
groom s mother, L.ewis r,nicry, in
Rev. F. W. Merreil, of the First
Methodist church, olliciatcd, the
ceremony being witnessed by reia'
Uvea only. Mr. Emery Jives at
Elgin, where himself nd bride will
take up their abode after a short
stay in Rock 1-land.
The pleasant effect and perfect
sate.tv with which ladies mav use
Syrup of Figs under nil Couditions
makes it their favorite remedy. To
get the true and genuine article.
look for the name of tbe California
Fig Syrup company, printed near the
bottom of the package, ror sale by
all responsible druggists.
All members of tbe Rock Island
Turn Verein are requested to meet
at the ball tomorrow (Saturday)
afternoon at 1 o clock for ihe pur
pose of attending the laying of the
corner stone of the 11 tspital for the
Insaue. By order of committee.
Djrj't bi misled by the
cry of I.O-V PRICES.
Everybody knos that
good goods of any kind
cost money. No matter
how low the price there
i profit somewhere fcr
the man v(ii hnndl
tneru. Tu- why iiot
buy reliable g.-nds at
Our Stock is Complete
With well selected sta
ple and fancy groceries,
and wecan get.you what
ever is in the market.
Telephone ronr order or
top at the store.
S04 Filtk At. Phone 1191.
j3. j. siyiith: & soi?
Grates and Tiling.
4 , -J-' T "-af-. ' lV
All kinds of TILING.
A. J. SMITH & SON.
1S3 and 125 W. Third Street
i Our Boys' Clothinar is full
iSda Sw;ond Avenu;.
The. popular Ilusset shuc will lie found at Schneider's in Oxford
tic, walking b ots. and tba favorite Xullifier for Uiii warm
w ath"r in il !Ui- fci aizes. all at bargain price.
CFNTRAL SHOK KTOP.K. . . . . 171S SKCOXO AVEXDK
Headquarters for l'oritwear at Lowest PHcm.
Man is a seasonable belnir. Recognizing' this
fact. wi want to reason with him re.jarcJir'2 his
Wouldn't you ra'her have your collars and
cuffs done uo in the most approved style, and
made white and clean looking?
Wouldn't you rather have your laundry come
home promptly on the day promised?
Wouldn't you rather htv a laundry do your
work that us?s ths most modern machinery, etc.?
If you do (and we are sure you MUST) drop
us a postal or telephone 1293, and our wagons
will call any time desired.
The Rock Island Steam Laundry.
We show about 6o patterns
We invite your inspection
Bring in the boys just as they are.
We'll send 'eui back properly clothed.
No matter how much economy you
found in buying Boys' Clothing last
reason, we're doing" better now, for
it's our fixd policv to keep our Bova'
Apparel or all kind's KKJH f IX THE
Won't ake a back feat fir anv
body. So BUIXt; 'KM IX and we'll
tit them out with the neatest, strong
est and prettiest clothing tu ever
looked at for the money.
BARGAINS in odd lots
knee pant suits.
of Style and value
to select from.
One Pi-. 9
Has Won It by
Keeping in the Swim,
And Laving r.t all times to Stuck
the proper and latcft styles ia
rhocs for every time and plane.