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THB ARGUS, FKIfA Y, SEPTEMBER 4, 1896.
tt now Mi?c"vi h.f toftmt,
Knr him t hrtn th ft.'itort:
W(y ! ,- n-j..iiB, with Makers oa
Take ftl lu wtif ctun.
liny your flc at K. kbart's.
Si Simn's ad, pae seven.
Simon's larits'lun, psge leTeo.
I be ieit brocm Lu'a Uttielism.
Itubbrr tired bugples at Cralle
Kckhart's, bcviqna-teri for i hool
M-n's nobbr sal's. Sommors &
I s Velle.
Nic line of pilrus and plant at
Andrew Donaldson, of Rural, was
in the rity tod'iy.
Tho mn !itinn of Kre t 'iVhi-Ier i.'
more hopeful today.
Key. W. S. Maronii ha rtarncl
from his t'"itr a?road.
Horry, run. IfirfnnV prtial today
tbal ti had yt-stt rday.
Mr !r.i Mr-. C A li-y n'.d Jlttle
son p nt the dnv ! rt Chicago.
Ui.yi" aid hi! ir n's r.-w ryle just
rf-ir"f. Si iniii'T'. iV i,ti ede.
Vtit a nice refre.iriinjr drink there
J nnif likt Ctr Ac Ohlwciler's.
Mr. nd Mr. A f!nner hare
returned fruiii a viit at Ilumansville,
The Pumnp h't U a beauty tbi
m-aion fevrl, tin: halter, tins
Talk .itiout swell shi fs. you ouht
to Mm njlly style M. & K. arc
him vou pnll fr .da water or
pJn-r rife tli:;t J' U j;et l'are A
I lb i r
.-(.in t w.
b'V knc' t-ra-i t
luriK Jk La Vi'Dc
A r!dn fjn the t,,trnr Winona on
Latmr il'iy n n lino a recreation as
me could ib (or.
lief vnur suit of Sommer Sc La
Yelle tf.irn Ton lay the corner.
Soiniu-rs & I. a Velle.
C riurt'if and tiku your friends
with f i f ir mi oittin on the nteaiu
rr Hir.o.ia l.:ilir day.
ChTiry Sarli and John Coach are
b-i-iVi d to ilu "fin' i ;uMi. .in shout
ing -it frdiT!i t Miiiit.
Ms K. W. II t-t ritntn.d from
At ai t f Cut. X J., arid Hut
Miss I'tiu. of K-ttli!fiur, is risit
In;: at the reli'tnre f Mr. 9nd Mrs.
A. C. Caoiplx 11, l'.'l.l Mth avenuo.
Ilm. Iter, T. Cnhl.-, of this city, is
niad national ri'tiiniitteriuan from
Illini'is y the ."!d d niiH'ratiR pnrtr.
O'U '.rUe l.th-.r dy at t!ie picnio
tt.ii.-i. l .1, f 'oiuuitna i-:ul t
H'ilr" jT'ii !.'!. I i id iuiiir: arunye
Mr ii I is t n . k i;vl .
Mi !; r.l.i 111,1 r''tiriifi hi nio to
Kiwhiiic tmlay alter vinlt with her
fiii-tid. M Kuiin- llcul, i welfth
atri-i-t it 'I kild at.-nuii.
K. li .inTi'.ii and s.in have re
turnir I ihiiih- t Mnr il tili.n, ,wa, f.
tir a li-it with Mr. Msiy Andi-rann
and f m.ily. Hil 'IVnth rtreet.
Mr. and Mrs. . A. lluMiru-d. of
Taylur Kide. hav- liken tip their
ri-mdi'tii n in K.'ck Nland. Iiein dotn
icilftl at "is Si'Tcnti-enth street.
llnen't matter howtouh the boy,
thii!ii) - i lil wi nr.r'i.itiiik suits wi'll
atnr.d ti.e ra; ki t You'll tind tl.eui
at M. As K 's ().)' headipiarturs.
The Ivrk ld:ind hr .neli id tho Bi
nu 'tallie l'niie is to hold an import
ant mictini; at the rooms i( the
Urysn M irehinj; i luh this eretihij;.
A bn's nit. e.pi'tially ndnpted for
hii-d wrur ninl M-hool riiirpits at an
csi-judlnTy .snir.II price, jut what
Mothers are looki'i;; for. M. & K.
I.o .k at vnur appearance. Wear
attractive, well tilting furtiihin;
foods. Don't nnIcct the details!
Mewatt. tho battor. will tit r u cut.
M. A K. will guarantee to clothe
your tM.y with a school suit that will
wear 1'i'ttcr than anything you can
my in the sta'u for the tuoncv. M.
AH rrcm'irrs of the reception com-mitti-D
in eonnerti'in with the boa
pital cviirr stnno ccrenionT arc to
nuit at the llrpi-r at 1 o'clock to
tu irrow niornlnj;.
A nuat hat civis character to the
wearer. We have have hata that are
errierable. Their appearance is
stTli.U. The prices :ir richt.
Stewart, the hMter.
InTest in one d those fence
rlimhers" for a -choid suit and then
hate thr K,y hd in a pair if ll. &
II. Iron clad hi .-s am! he'll bo fixed
for ai! winter. M. & K.
Hy pv.rnniinj Crallo Si Co.'s lir.
ery you pet the liest of turnouts at
Highest Honors World's Fair,
MOST TERFECT MADE.
A pure Crr Crem of Tj-trr Pow.fer. Fret
4? TKAU TH6 STANDARD.
the most reasonable prices. Eiper-
tencea men are in charpe and only
carernl drivers are fnrnisned.
Will Sweeney arrive home from
Springfield, wbere he has been
pending bis vacation, tonight. He
rftnrpa to his utadies at the North
western University Dext week.
Do not forft that the D. & 11. iron
clad shoe for boys is the only shoe
made in which manafactnrer gives a
poaraotce warranting the wearing
qntlities and fjr which M. & K.
have t le agency.
Do not forget Prof. Floyd's cele
brated series of illuminated' pictures
at the Tower, commencing Sunday
night. Sept. 6. Views illustrated on
4W Kjuare feet of canvas by 2,000
candle power light.
The beautiful new steamer City of
Winona and barge. Little Verne, will
lake an excursion to Cliuton Sunday.
Sept. C. lioat leaves Rock Island at
H n. in. and Divenport at 7:30 a. m.
Tickets 50 cents for the round trip
It is to be hoped that none of the
dodger announcing the program for
tomorrow's honpital corner stone ex-
ercies win get out or the city. They
are aooui as -course ' as It they had
been printed at the office of the Bug
Free silver literature is going like
hot cakes. President lluesing has
uruereu anoioer coutiigoment. and
says he will s e that all wilt hare
their wants met. The Bryan club
headquarters are open all da'v and all
are welcome to vi-dt them.
The Kpworlh league will hold a
meeting in the Sunday school room
nt the First M. E. church this even
ing. Business meeting at 7:3) and
program at 8. which shall be an
evening with Ami rican poets, intei-
p-rs.i wnn muMR. All have a cor
dial Invitation to attend.
Committees representing the
Wnolmen of Inland. Earlviile and
Somonauk. which are to bring an
excursion of 2.000 to the Watch
Tower over the C. B. & i Sept. 21.
are in the city today arranging the
details with Jack Cook, of tho Tri-
City Kail way company.
Observer WaU in Lis meteorolo--
ical summary for August, shows it
to have been an exceptionally warm
noma, me mean temperature was
73; the highest 96, lieiur on the 4th.
and the lowest 50 oa thj27th. There
we thunder atormson th 5th. C:h.
7th. 9th. !Wi. 15th. ldih and 22d.
There were 15 clear davs. 7 parti r
cloudy aud cloudy days.
It is to be hoped the Kock Island
police fotce will not phi? the lazv
act tomorrow as was done at the
court house, but will wake up and
be somebody. It is well to have
both patrol waguns from the to
cities in line following tho police,
hut if the soldiers can foot it to Mo
line the police can, beside the star
wearers ar uot to be mit on t xhibi
tinn. They are exnected to clear the
way for the column.
An Interest itia L-eoloiricnl fact is that
the wild and apparently xvortliloss
iiioiiiit ::in region nn uiiil Bnkersville,
wi-stern Knrth ('uroliua, is the main
snureii of mica Fnpplv for the United
Stnte.s. Mica i!iining is unenf thoinvat-
rst indn-itries in North t.'arolina and lias
yieldisl fortniu's to these itijraKed in it
Mica is lor.ml in nil hurts of blocks of
viiriims thiclaiissrs and slmpes and can
bo nplit andresplit r.lmost ad infinitnni,
or until it. heeiimes: the thin, transpar
ent, f'exiblo xvufer of commerce. The
material is l y nature inilxdiled in or
scattered through the fi l(lpjr in ma?ses
larue r wnall. closi? together or far
npurt, ii nd is blasted from the rocks by
means if dyiiainit:'. thn purer veins be-
1 tit; fonnd Is-tween walls tf ;late. From
tho mines it is taken to the tihups, where
it is plit into thin sheets, trimmed into
regular fonns mid made readv for the
market, the prico varying with the Kizo
and color t;f tho Kluvt.s. The avenige
siai is about 4 by G, tlimiph rare sheets
of 2d by is inches are sometimes found.
"easionnPy a mine is fonnd where the
mica is ton much scattered in the lcd
rock to make its operation jirofitablo,
but it is raid that tim ejepert mouutaiu
c r can determiue its value by the iudi-cutions.
Inox son p. K bars for 2?c
Dakota patent ll-mr ysc
New crop yonng Hyson lea, per
pound . ." J0c
A largo bottle of Acme phos
phate for 12c
Catsup, per bottlo .ic
Oil sardines :io
Mustard sardines 6c
Jam in glasses 10c
Mcinz's mnult and cid r vinegar
for pickle. There is none better.
C. W. llOKTON,
Will iam Dudlev was assessed 1
aatl costs for eonsnniing too nine
corn juice He could net lquidst
the fine, so he went to jul.
Officer Miiler arrested two drunk !
ho'tioes who were loitering abut th
railway yards on First avenue.
At M. F. Hahnsen's drug store a
marvelous cure for all kidney com
pliints. nervous exhaustion an I fe
mste weakness. It Is Foley's K:d.
Incraing cloudiness this after
no m and tonight and pusiblv liht
nhowers tonight; warmer; eatrto
southerly winds, shifting to south
erly. Today's temperature. 67.
F. J. Wale. Obsnrver.
To Cats C'.l.l la oa Day
iBke taxa'.ive iromo Ju.a:ne Tab. iC't.ow
let. All druggists refund the!
nithvj if it fails to curt. 15 ceats I
X7ith a better understanding' of the
transient nature of the many phys
ical ills, which vanish before proper ef
fortsgentle efforts pleai'vant efforts
rightly directed. There is comfort in
the knowledge, that bo many forms of
sickness are not due to any actual dis
ease, but himply to a constipated condi
tion cf the fcystem. which the pleasant
family laxative, Syrup of Figs, prompt
ly removes. T hat is why it is the only
rtniedy with milliousof families, and is
every wnere esieemea so liifjlily by all
who value pood health. Its beneficial
effects are due to the fact, that it is the
one remedy which promotes internal
cleanllue&s without debilitating the
organs on which it acts. It is therefore
all important, in order to get its bene
ficial effects, to note when you pur
chase, that you have the trenuine nrti.
cle, which is manufactured by the Cali
fornia t lg yrup Co. only and sold by
all reputable druggists.
If iu the eniovmcnt of pood benltli.
and the system is reirular, laxatives or
ot her remedies are then not needed. If
amicted with any actual disease, one
may be commended to the most skillful
physicians, but if in need of a laxative,
one should have the best, and with the
well-informed everywhere. Syrup of
Figs stands highest and is mot largely
used and gives most general satisfaction.
ffhls is V5f
From which t select sorue
tliine to finish out jour Sun
Summer Fqiifh, To-natncs,
nubbiirJ - igg Hiact,
I'ick lag Onions. Sweet Potatoes,
elery, Lima Hear,
CTot, w.x Beim,
Watermelon. Muskmelon. (
J Siber an ''rabs.
I'roeiviL'e Pears, jk
(-'aliforiin Pear. W
IYachea (In backet) Orangfs
Everything fresh and gord,
at.d all irileis promptly
UIE SHALL SELL EVERY.
" thing in the shape of
Summer shoes or Oxfords,
or Men's, Women's, Ujys
and Children's at prices that
will startle you during the
balance of August.
We Must Have Room
For FALL STOCK, and
prices are going to be cnt to
the quick. See us for Shoe
August Shoe Sale.
F.-e if Tonrs is
Cost $2 Annually.
C. C. TAYLOR,
1717 Second Arenas.
0i..K CM CO. v A
Hiverside Hard Coal Bate
Smooth Castings, Perfect Mount
ings, Elegant Trimmings, with
more good points than any
CALL AND SEE THEM
Popular favor is to giva your patrons the fall benefit of every cent
they pay you. This is the principle upon which ZIMMER & CO.'S
business has been built up. Not alone in quality of goods, but in fit
and workmanship as well. It's honest values and honest work.
A FAULTLESS LINE
1 I It
ICE CUE AM,
ICE CREAM SODA
Is what you will fiod at KRELL
& MATH'S. Pure fruit juices are
used for flavorirp, and with
cream is rich, dainty, and both
refreshing and nourishing on a
hot day. When your appetite
fails you try some of
Of Fall Suiting, including Cassimeres, Cheviots, Worsted Serges,
Vicunas, etc., all of which will make up into stylish, tasty looking
business suits. For day or evening dress our line is complete in every
respect, and we invite inspection, believing that we can please the most
fastidious, both as to style and price.
Call Farly While the Line is Complete
We Want Somebody's Ear,
Oomebody who in the near future will buy Carpets. Furni
ture, or things of that sort. We want you to remembsr
that our assortment of these goods is very large, very hand
some and very reasomble in price. Be sure and call on us
before you make any purchases. We have
No Time to Tell Funny Stories
Krell & Math's
It is both food and drink.
KRELL S MATH
Phone 1165. 1716-1719 siuooud Ave.
No housewife's table is complete.
No matter who is fed.
Without a loaf from Krell & Math's
Their perfect home made bread.
But we can assure you that it is to your interest as well as cur
own to see us before you buy. The biggest and best in this
line in this vicinity.
sCIemann & Salzmann.
Jj ALWAYS I1V TIIK LEAD. S
Before the Arrival
Of our new Fall and Winter Stock, which will not be long, we are going to unload the balance
of our Spring Stock in
Boys' and Children's Knee Pants and Suits.
On our table display of Shirt Waists you will find
quality in Star and Mother's Friend make that we sold at
$i 40, $1 and 75c, all go at 50c each. Also waists that were
25c at 15c, and 75c waists at :9c.
Children's Suits, Knee Pants.
All small lots of Children's Suits at half price there are
suits at 08c worth $2, suits at $1.48 worth $3, suits at $168
worth $3 50 and suits at $2.88 worth from $5 to $5.
All wool Knee Pants that are worth one hundred cents
good, sound money, we are now selling at 49c.
Are these prces an inducement for you to assist us in un'oading? You know our qualities, the best
in the land and none in Reck Islmd qu'te as good those who compared will vouch for this statement.
iMiiEiLsns rcjisr shoes from $i.go jlietx) tjjpwtjds