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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, JULY 18, 1898.
Tka Weather Wa May Bar '
Generally fulr and continued warm
weather tonit-ht and Tuesday.
Today's temperature 90.
J M, Shebier, Observer, f
Buy one a Kinship cigar.
Trade at John A. Nelson's.
Try Oalaxy flour, at Norton 8.
The city council meets tonight.
Watermelons on ice at Horton's.
Watermelons on ice at Hess Bros'.
Order your blanitlterries at Horton's.
Choice fieorgia pearlies at Hess
For reliable fire insurance call on E.
Summer price on hard coal at
Moline Mill celebrate the fail of
Boys' tan shoes, sizes from 8 to 11.
for8.j cents at Dolly Bros'.
(io on the excursion Wednesday.
July '', on (.teanier Winona.
See the Boynton furnace at H. T.
Siemon's. 1316 Third avenue.
When in need of a pump call at
II. T. Mcmon's, 1316 Third avenue.
Stearns hall Ix-aring lawn mowers
at Spencer's. 'JOJ Eighteenth street.
Auction tonight and Tuesday and
Wednesday nights, (ioldsmith stock.
Don't fail to attend the clearing sale
of the Flemming Furniture company.
The balance of the Goldsmith stO'jk
must he sold by Wednesday night.
Deputy J. II. Lamont collected in
internal revenue last week f 1,701.8:?. 1
Old Chicago pajN-rs 20 cents a hun
dred at (Jrecn'ii, Twentieth street.
Sweet milk, cream, buttermilk and
ice cream at 111 and 113 Nineteenth
by Dr. J. DeSilva
for the removal of
which she swallowed
child of two years, and
caused her great suffering since. The
naedte was located just below the hip
joint and removed.
The Rock Islanders who haTe re
turned home from the Indiana gas
lelt. where they are employed in the
glass factories, 'have gone into camp
for the summer months at Manhattan
Beach. They pitched tents today un
der the name which they have'uscd
for several seasons Camp Natural
Gas. It is a happy crowd.
The Port Bvron Globe says sports
men are very much interested in the
welfare of "the rjnail, and hunters
should remember that there is a pen
alty attached for killing that game
bird. This seems to have been a
favorable season for their propaga
tion, and a great many Hocks are re
ported in that immediate neighbor
boot, ant some even being seen in
President McKinley lias announced
his purjMisc to furnish one of the
rooms in Mercy hospital at Dav
enport. The hospital at the out
break of the war offered the govern
ment nurses in case any were 'needed
lcyoud those then engaged. While
their services were not needed, the
generous aud patriotic act impressed
the president, ami his kindness to the
institution is the consequence.
tiev. iiiigoiiniux, u. Sp. ai., presi-
dent of St. Joseph's college. Filing-1
ham county. 111., was in the city
yesterday to investigate the differ
ences between the Franciscan sisters
anil the medical ltoardof St. Anthony's
hospital as to the engaging of a resi
dent physician, and which resultctl
in the board withdrawing from the
hospital. Kev. Hugoliniux has been
agreed upon by both parties to decide
I the matter.
Mrs. J. H. Porter, of Moline, has
(received a telegram from her husband,
Lieut. Porter, U. S. N., saying tleli
jnitcly that that he had ' been dis-char-red
and would return home at
All the latest 2.1-eent novels for 10 once. The cause for the relief of
cents at J. J. (Ireen's. 3-'7 Twentieth J Lieut. Porter ami possibly Lieut,
street. J Hunt is not known, unless it isth.it
Business property, residence prop-' there are ,,lore "Ulcers than enough,
ertj and lots for sale in all parts of ! Tlu'.v nia.v uls0 ,i:ive ,)e,!11 subjected to
thti city bv K. J. Burns. sllt'n a l'l vsical examination that thev
Fiftv-dollar bievdes' for 30 at w nM.nable to pass, or again the de
SiMiicer's. Onlv'a few left. Call , Irt"t may 'have objected to taking
early ami avirit! the rush.
Frank Sam nelson, a;;el 17, was
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i,;i..i,.vt i.. i '...i...,.i ... I "iver Meplienson succumbed to
... ' , , heart failure Saturday at his home.
Miss K. Byrnes will close her large 4400 Seventh avenue, after a brief
and elegant stock of millinery goods ill,u.ss. Mr. Stephenson, who was
regardless of cost forthenext 30 days. i,orn in Sweden in 1831. had resided
The band of the Two Jacks theatre, tin Hock Island since 181)1, coming
which opens tonight in Davenport, ! here from Swadosburg. Henry coun
serenaded Kock Island this afternoon, j ty, Iowa, where he hail been engaged
Hie painting and frescoing of St. 1 in i.irming lor many years. lie was
Joseph's wliu ri li has been lici'iin. P. !l member of the board of directors of
J. l-e and II. Vot ge have the con- Augustana college and a prominent
tract. niemiier 01 the Swedish Lutheran
Fiftv-dollar bicycles for 30 while church of Moline. Five daughters
they last. All guaranteed, by E. C. '" f'r sol'S survive. Mrs. Stephen
jollicers who hail no previous exper
ience in commanding in actual naval
son living in iwn. Mineral services
! were "held at the resilience at 1 o'clock
this afternoon, after which the re
, mains were shipped to Swedesbur"
Stea. iis & Co. Spencer's, 202 Eigh
Its of hats, Itoys' and children's
iivrpfmtt ml finite I,, lio afklfl ,it itif.
tion. Last chance Wednesday night. f,,r iu'r,"'t!'t
Excursion to Clinton Wednesday,
July 'JO, on steamer Winona and barge
and Little Verne. Hound trip -'."
cents. Boat leaves at 7:10 a. m.
If Stearns' ball learing lswn mow
ers don't Lrive better satisfaction than
any other mower, return them ami get ! 11 a condition that they do so if tiny
J. Mack Sholl. of Carthage. 111.
tleputv internal revenue
It is an excellent tiling to pivo chil
dren as soon as they arrivo at about 12
years, or even before, a little allowance
for spending money iu;d an account
book. Show them bow to keep nn ac
count of small expenditures and make
wish to receive their allowance. There
is uo instruction more necessary to chil-
1 droii than instruction in the wise inau-
collector. f..L, , . ' - .,.,
1 .... 1 . 1 , .1 . ' laukiii viuij 1 it fc u uu v.vuuiiy io tuiu
who was here to see to the enforce-' .- , . ....
Spencer's, 20:.' Eigh-
to exercise their judinnuut not their
fancy iu making purchases. A littlo
instruction now. and exnrrienco if need
Among the troops sent from White- J by.of the genuine discomforts of extrav-
meiit of the war revenue law
Peoria this morning.
side county there was not a man who
calls Fulton his home. Probably the
available citietis there have not yet
lieen mustered out of Bastian's
Hon. J. T. Browning fell and broke
his arm at his farm, near Kock river,
last Friday. He started to go down
stairs into the basement, and the
stairs gave way under his weight.
precipitating him to the Itottom.
W. II. Iamont is back at his accus
tomed haunts on the river front after
a week's absence. lie is somewhat
modest about explaining the mystery
involved, hut congratulations are no
less sincerely welcomed. It's a girl.
A young Rock Island business man
disappeared from the city last night
without apprising his" family or
friends a to his intended where
abouts, anil much concern is felt for
him. His departure is attributed to
It may Ik- that our lmys of Coni-
any A will go on from Santiago to
'orto Kico. As will be seen bv the
press report. Gen. Miles has already
embarked on the Yale, on w hich he anil
the rith Illinois went to Santiago, for
Porto Kico with troops. Company A
may lie among them.
.MissAunieMcBride. aged I'l. of
60.' Twelfth street, was tH'ratetl on
Sly Hi inni
ww a ' .- i V
Crescent maters 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
to have it made right, and you have the
assurance that it will be done in a
prompt and liberal manner. They
make the world brighter. Examine
1615-1617 Second Avenue.
CPnC Sole Ajteiitu for
EC K HART'S
We have the rargest
and cheapest line of
good Bicycles in the
Waverly Bicycles, '98 Model,
Meislbach Bicycles. '98 Model,
Andrae Bicycles, '98 Model,
Andrae Racers, '98 Model
Second-hand Wheels at your
own price. See us lcfore
agauce may save them from much suf
fering in after years. New York
Be ITad Changed.
A 'widow once called upon au artist
. and asked him to paint a portrait of her !
husbaud. "When can he sit? inquired
the artist "He can't sit at all." said
Ii tlio widow, "he's dead." "Then you
will have to furnish me with his photo
graph," said the artist. "He never had
his picture taken," said the widow.
Nevertheless the artist undertook the
job,' and when he had Gnished tho work
be asked tho widow to come aud see it.
"It's a fine picture" said she, "and
you'll please send it to my home but
how the old man has changed. "Bos
WAR ON PRICES.
heavy tin. cop
Of one-half interest in the personal
property lelonging to the Silvis coal
mine, near Carlton ClilT, consisting of
horses, cars, tracks, tools, etc., on the
premises Julv -o. 1S9S, at 10 o'clock
. in. Also li-vears lease o:
mine. K. . mlvis.
Administrator of the Estate of T. S,
No. S boiler.
ln-iiart dish pans
2-jiiart covered tin pails.
lO-uart Haling pails. . ..
o-galloii gasoline t ans . .
Full ize colTi-e iniil.s. . .
10c whisp brooms
Wood chop Iniw Is
lW-piece dinner sets,
celaill. decorated . .
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otaunaw ktnu, ErrlpH. Vk-rn and all
trupuona. ara qokkljr. pli-aaiiUy. mum-
Tbctkta to mad clear. manOj. aon and
bealtar. and to fcrpt to by tht is of
1 to aa abaolBtoly par anap, combined wi'b
aitdiouiat iiibi and hifta, auothuta' and
h ltn la ita act. SoM by all Drurrtstt.
(AaUaaat, M eta. a box . Soap, at rta. a caaa.
funnrnx ixwt a c.
Ml Ciaiamaa ta, Fall.
Japanese tea pots. ?je kind .... JQq
Tar toilet soap in Ihix jQq
Folding iron lioards 79c
Clothes baskets 25c
All fancy cups and saucers at half
ClosiiiL' out our line of haniiiineks
said ' and croquet sets at cost and below.
lull line of fi lusiir tackle.
321 Twentieth St., Rook Island.
303 West Third St.. Davenport.
Only One Week More of
Has Decided to Continue This "Mill End"
Safe One Week Longer. Positively
C osing Saturday Night.
A haVC leSr'lPhd for such goods
VIZ as were closed out. They
shrewd buyers have suppl ed themselves
a d you ought, too This is your oppor-
fil niftr -I .- 4- -v- irn 4- A.I. - . . 1
luuiiy, uuii i iiiiaa n. aK yur menus
: t ii. . i
priucb act on uie.r aa-
sale Tuesday. Thousands of
about "Mill End
vice and come.
HM1 & TO! IA1
CHOICE i AIT BICYCLE SUIT
Zola I'p Aealn.
l'aris. July 18. Zola and Perreux
were each sentenced to two year s
imprisonment and three thousand 13
SWe Do Not
J!ter yon something tor notli
iu nor do wc sell one thin-
lielow cost in order to
you on something else
2 Sell All Goods
On a Cash Basis.
1 But We Do Buy and
including those that we sold
Choice of any Bicycle Pants,
we sold for $3.95,-for
A Krai Catarrh t ore.
Ill u.nf tvinl if VAv
Iialin which can le had of
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lue tmiggist is sunicieiu io ueiiion-
stratA its great merit. N-nd 10
lints wet n-,11 m.iil it T- ! 1 1 liiiii :itl
cents. Ei.v Urs., 3
Warren strtet. New York City, 'k
latanu caused d'.tticulty in s)eaKing when v u tiade at : : : : : :
By thence of Ely's Cream Rilni drop NELSON'S CASH GROCERY.
ping of mucus has ceased, voice and k V
hearing have greatly improvol. J. J S29 Twentieth Street.
W. Davidson, attorney at law. Mon- S Phone V.iJ.
That ithc reason why it costs 5
you ' so much less to live k
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