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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, JULY 12, 1898.
ITka WMkw We May Hav
Generally fair tonitfbt and Wednesday.
" TaH! .AM....... ...a Ha .
J U SaesiEB, Observer.
Buy one a Kinship cigar.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Trade at John A. Nelson's.
Latest music. Totten's music house.
Money to loan at 6 pert-ant. Reidy
Straw hat 50 cent on the dollar.
M. & K.
Schneider's shoe sale is the talk of
For reliable fir iasurance call on .
Summer prices on hard coal at
Ladies' oxfords only 50 cents at
All croquet sets at and below cost
at Eck hart's.
Mason fruit jars, caps and rubliers
Attend the big clearing sale at
Young & Mi-Combs'.
Plenty of fresh butter to sell by the
pound or jar at Beecher's.
A big reduction in the price of shoes
all this week at lieecher's.
Pure Quill. Lion or XXXX package
coffee 10 cents at Beecher's.
Men's tan shoes, the 3 kind onJy,
$1.75 this week at Beecher's.
See the Boynton furnace at II. T.
Siemon's, 1316 Third avenue.
Ladies' (:1.50 kid shoes, latest
style", for :U at Schneider's.
Buy vonr tishin" tackle, hummocks
and crrxpiet hits, at Kckhurt'j.
Here vou are. Bovs' solid calf skin
shoes for US cents at Schneider's.
When in need of a pump call at
II. T. Siemon's. 1316 Third aveuue.
All popular music hereafter U0
cents a copy at Totten's music house.
The trade is all going to attend the
clearing sale at Voting & Mi-Combs'.
Men's negligee shirts sold elsewhere
for 47 cents, our price 29 cents. M.
' Sweet milk, cream, buttermilk and
ien cream at 111 and 113 Nineteenth
Fruit jars, in fact, all goods deliv
ered when purchased of Young & Mc
I'onibs. Everything goes plain at right bus
iness -auv child can buy goods ai
Young & Mi-Combs'.
Business property, residence prop
erty nnd lots for sale in all parts of
tnc city ny J. Hurns.
The l'coria cook stoves and range i
takethe lead wherever sold. Summers
& Co. are the'sole agents.
Bipe red ('herrics at the Tower
Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Tiek
freu on Watch Tower cars.
With a $5 purchase or over, rock
ing chairs, silverware, pictures, etc..
free at Young iN: Mi-Combs'.
"Star ami Stripes" and all the
latest two-steps and songs 20 cents a
copy at Totteu's music house.
Miss K. Byrnes will close her large
and elegant stock of millinery goods
regardless of cost for the next 30 days.
Kuth's band will meet with Miss
Milter, 7 1H Twenty-third street, at 4
p. m. tomorrow. Tea will lie served
See the Chcrrv Sisters at the Tower
Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Ad
mission free to patrons of Watch
W. U. Briudlu and family desire to
express their gratitude to" neighbors
and friends for sympathy and kind
ness show u them in the sickness and
death of William Brindle.
John Koneskv. of this citv. was to
day awarded the coutract for erecting
a hall for the Moline Turner society.
. his bid ling ft. 450. The building'is
to Iks completed Oct 1.
James Stewart, a teamster em
ployed nt Kock Island arsenal, was
thrown from his wagon this morning.
The wagon passed over one of his legs
and fractured it. lie was taken to
his home in Davenpoit. He is Co
years of age.
William Newell, aged 11. whose
home is in Chicago, was struck bv a
car in the Kock Island yards lat
night, receiving two severe gashes iu
the scalp. He was taken to St. An
thony's hospital in the ambulance.
Dr. S. B. Hail dressed his wounds.
Henry LangU hn. the alleged de
serter of Company F. has becii at his
home in Moline, it is now learned,
since last Friday. He left for Wash
ington ht night to surrender him
self to the authorities. It is under
stood he will make the pica that
he was not mentally responsible when
he left Camp Alger.
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tkat bit nnreoirta Our
all tn'-!i tnaMa:
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trruwf ; tbat Ma Ca-
tarrh lura arm
eatarrh ho reafe br
lif :.-'ii'"r: that bia
Epcb Oira wll eo
ao cial of hrailaciie la
a frw mlsuifa: tbat
b) Cold Out wtu
aiurklr break as aor
Cbtb af aoU aS e ea throw a the eailr Hat at
trudM. At all omtcUt. trait a vUL
If ra Bead a4lral adrtra writ Praf. alusraa.
Dot Area at., faUa. It at ataniaulr trea.
FOUR BRIDGES FOR DRURY.
Township avud t'ouuty to Share Euoally
Coat of the Improvement.
The Rook Island eountv board.
which convened in regular Julv ses
sion at the court house vesterdav
afternoon, adopted a report of the
road and bridge committee provid
ing for the building of four bridges in
Drury township at a total cost of
11.815, the township and comity to
snare the exenses of the improve
ment equally. The King Bridge com
pany, of Cleveland, Ohio, has the con
tract, and the bridrres are to be com
pleted by the first of next month.
One of the voting preciucts in
South Moline was abolished in re
sponse to a petition signed by a num
ber of people there. "
A petition from Canoe Creek asking
the county to assist in building a
bridge across Marshall creek was
heard, and the matter referred for inj
vestigation to a committee composed
of Supervisors Mewes, George and
A report of the equalization
committee recommending that the
assessment for the county be left as
returned by the assessors was
adopted. This action was taken in
view of lossihle complications arising
on account of the new revenue law
which went into effect Julv 1.
EIHL GETS APPOINTMENT.
Named to hurraed J. II. Lamont an Dep
uty Internal Revenue Collector.
J. II. Lamont, deputy collector of
internal revenue, has been notified by
Collector Daugherty, of Peoria, that
his term expires" Aug. 1, and that
Lawrence F.ihl has been appointed to
Mr. Lamont has served in the posi
turn tor four vears lacking two
months. He has made au obliging
anu emcieni. oniciai, ami ihr? patrons
ol the internal revenue olhce will re
gret his retirement.
Lon Hussev was held to the crand
jury in $100 bonds bv Justice Schroe-
uer touav on a charge of larceny the
theft of a burrgv from A. Hingstvoiu.
Hussey went to jail. J
M:rin Brown, claiming to hail' from.
Goodell, Iowa, was before Justice '
Schroeder today to explain how she
came into possession of a counterfeit
dollar which she presented iu pay
ment for fruit at one of the Italian
stands oh Second avenue last night.
She -ras told 'the money was bad.
She insisted that it was not. and ap
pealed to the police, to sustain her
claim. They, too, informed her that
the dollar was bogus. She was de
tained at headquarters over night.
'Squire Schroeder was satisfied that
the woman did not attempt to pass
the money with the knowledge that it
was counterfeit and discharged her.
She paid she got the dollar at West
Honor to Uoek Inlanders.
As wiil be seen by the Associated
Press report of the democratic tate
convention at Springfield, Hon. Ben
T. Cable, of this city, was again
elected state central committeeman
from the Tenth district. In a tele
graphic message to TnB An;rs this
afternoon. Hon. E. W. Hurst an
nounces Mr. Cable's election, and
also that of Mayor T. J. Medill as
member of the convention committee
on permanent organization.
Some of the Chicago papers today
speak of the disposition throughout
many sections of the state to nomi
nate Mayor Medill for state treasurer,
dvspitc thai gentleman's positive de
clination to be considered a candidate
in such connection.
Head Consul W. A. . Nortlicott will
lie here Thursday.
Dr. G. D. Lowry and V. M. Litton,
of Meadeville. Mo., were visiliivr at
Ithe head oflice today.
The directors of the Modern Woofl
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men eonveneu in inouiiuy session at
the head otliee today, all members
being present except Gen. J. X.
Editor F. O. Van (ialder. of the
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"U,,um"u: K "wu
nrfnni n5i moil In hiu iwr. iliiiirhtvis
J. X. Fratt. of IWinc he.nl banker;
111 uiul-i, is ai?u in l tir i-u iu
attenl hv tlhvi'tors meeting.
The Cherry BWters.
Free wrformances Friday. Satnr-
' day and Sunday afternoon and eveu-
1 11 r lv lue famous herrv Sisters :it
the Watch Tower theatre. Tickets!
to the theatre will be iriven bv con -
ductors to all passeusrirs on Wat( k
Tower cars Frid.i, Saturday and
All others must pay at the!
2'c quality 13c
40c quality 2lc
I.. T .. --"v
l 40c ouantv 3Sc
M. & K.
Shake Into Vonr hhoea
Alien's Foot-ILise. a powder for t'ne
feet. It cuits paintul swolleu. smart-
mg. nervous iet rnd instantly tkes
the ting out of com and bunions.
It's the greatest comfort discovery of
jtlie age. Albtu'o Fi.t-Fse mikes
i tight or new shoes fn-1 easv. It is a
, certain cure for sweatiug. callous and
! t'm, ,Tr3- it today,
Sold hv all druzmsts and snoe stores.
Bv mail for 2." cents in stamps. Trial
package free. Ad.ires Allen S. Olm-
sted. Le Kov, X. Y.
are epr'v.ii.ns fixqunilv heartl abnnt
rou-v s ixinncv ir;r. I"" not to
try this grnt ,Vmedv for nil V.dnry
trouble. For sale bv
T. II. Thomas
So-Ic-Km for Fifty Cents, "
Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes ireak
Ben sHoCf, blood pure. Wc, U. All draggtau.
cy Uign Cresconl
to have it
1615-1617 Second Avenue.
A longJist. cl the season's
choiobt vegetables from
which you run surely find
touiethlng to add to your
Sunday dinner, itead the
New Fotatowx, I-unJey,
VV jjt Deaiis;
! FRUITS. ;
Peaeies, Pcache by basket,
I CaiifnruiaPIums Gooseberries,
Pine Apples, Oranges,
! Eatici; Apples, (ireen Apples.
I Hun-iiK-, RIackbcrric.
Red auil Clack Raspberries.
Dressed Chicken. Spring Chick
ens. ESS BROS.
- No. H tin boiler,
heavy copper bot-
iO-tit tiu tlariiiir iails 7c,
2-qt tin covered pails 5c.
00- lb flour tins, nicely Japaned, 49c.
Bread boxes, 2."c, She and 40c.
14-jt tin dish pans 10c.
1- gallon glass oil cans Lie.
Paraffinc wax for preserving jellies
and fruits and many other purposes,
ier cake 15c
Wood salt liox 10c.
8-drawer spice cabinets 4'Jc.
Croquet Sets Below Cost.
4-bail set 39c
6-ball set 59c
8-ball set . 79c
thtm out. All hammocks
lo f 1.50 for l7c.
Haniraocks worth up to 1 at 65c.
Full line of lishiurr tackle.
rh"i 4471. Twentieth Street.
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l4r flfl TKJfkt
J " C LfU iVCt
Offer you something for notb- k
ing. nor do we se!lon thing k
liclow cot In order to e.atth S
wu on something tlse :
g But We Do Buy and fi
3 Coll All flnnrld 9
QlOfl DflSS. ft
That isthercason why it costs j
you so iniicii e3 i" i
ntn von iraaeai a
i NELSON'S CASH GROCERY,
w BV' BV
329 Twentieth Street.
makers and Crescent agents'
are reliable, The Crescent guarantee
i as good as a bond. It is backed by a
concern of undoubted financial respon
sibility. If anything proves wrong with
a Crescent you know just where to go
made right, and you have the
max it win oe done in a
- )! n
and liberal manner. They
world brighter. Examine
iXiu't forget we
ters for : : :
Gcif Balls and Clubs
Tennis Balls and Rackets
We also have
cycles, the best
wheels in the
334 Twentieth St, Bock Island.
SOS West Third St.. Davenport.
1720 Second Avenue.
1 18 to ISO Eighteenth St.
have lieen $3.00,
Ladies' Tans, have been .k."0,
go at. .... .
have lieen t.0i'.
Indies' Tans, have le'ii 2..10.
i pedal to
1 Clocks at holt mann's
Seth - Thomas - Clocks.
thai tbey are toe
best. We alio car
ry the Gilbert and
ypiifnann the Jewejg
1805 Si-coud avenue.
Good winee and liquors are today more
widely, and happily, more wisely used than
at anytime in the world's history. The
cause of it is the recognition of its benefits
to thn human system. Man is proving by
experience its proper uses, and all mus
concede pure liquors prevent diseases and
help restore its ravages. Wine and whisky
are a healthful stimulant to the mental an t
moral activities. Without bodily health
you are no factor in the world's forces.
Yon may know that you can secure always
the purest and always the cheapest in any
qaantity you may require at our store, the
only wholesale house in the city dispensing
goods direct to the consumer. Our special
ties are -TO SAVE YOU MONEY-' and
give yon pure and unadulterated goods.
Open evenings until 10 o'clock.
W HA TS
at HALF PRICE
Child's Tail Shoe, spring
o to H
Child's Tan Sin",
l to 11
Misses Tan Shoe.
nt to 2
We close at 6:30 except Wednesday and Saturday evenings. 2
BEER OF JUST THE RIGHT AGE
Comes from our brewery. It Is the fayorite
of the lab' rer. the ep-care, the rich man tod the poor nan.
Its flavor is deii.-ions. its -bldy" right to plea all tastes.
Made right here at home of the finest malt and choicest hops,
and bv the most 1vnoed prooess; why shouldn't "ROCK
INLAND" be the btt
13c for 25c
38c tor 75c
50c for $1
$1 for $2
have leen $2.25.
Until your Lawn
and Plants arc
dried up before
you look after
your Hose and
If you have none,
mc can supply
112. .114 West
KOCK ISLAND BREWING CO
115.117 West Second St.
Kraiue'a Uld Stand.