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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1898.
Tha Weather Wa May Hats
Fmir tonlgbt and Friday.
Today's temperature 78.
J M Sbebikb, Observer.
Fresh fish at Maucker's.
Fresh lish at Hess Bros'.
Bartlett pears at Long's.
$100 saved at Eberhart's.
Buy one a Kinship cigar.
Bay a home of Reidy Bros.
; - Fresh river lash at Long's.
Pldms and pears " for" canning at
Tin cups 1 cent each at Young &
For reliable fire insurance call on
E, J. Burns
Fresh cat fish, white fish and trout
at Hess Bros' tomorrow.
Black bas. catfish, sunjlsh and
croppies at W. C. JAiat iter's.
Good butter and fresh eggs always
on band at Maucker's store.
Indies' imported black hose only
25 cents at Ynng & McCo rubs'.
Lawu wrappers. Come and take
your choice at Young & Ale-Combs'.
Sweet milk, cream, buttermilk and
ie cream at 111 and 113 Nineteenth
The Ldwards & Walsh tonntmcti n
Co. beiran laying brick on Flat street
1 he Ausruttana e vera n- school be
gins Sept. 7. Arrange to be there the
Black brocaded silks for skirts 75
cents. Ht cents and 98 cents at Young
The grandest assortment of Smyrna
rags at $1.25. all new fall patterns, at
Young & McCombs'.
Business property, residence prop
erty and lots fur sale in all parts of
the city by E. J. Burns.
Kfinember, with every $2 at Young
& McCouibs' you get a ticket -for the
Wilber Opera company.
Save money by buying a piano at
Kberhart's. "They are'heuties, and at
prices to unit the purse.
II. C. Schubert has bought out Nis
scii'a saloon and invites his friends to
an opening lunch Saturday night.
Children's jackets, all tine new
shades and popular styles, from 75
cents to $ 1 at Young & McCombs'.
The Peoria cook stoves and ranges
are hummers. Yon should see them
go at Summers & Co.'s. Prices as law
as the lowest.
When you want your sewing ma
4hia or bicycle repaired drop a fxntal
or emit at the TV'astern Repair wprks,
''.' Third avenue. Uock Island.
A man lighting a lire which had
started in his coat pocket from a pie
furnished considerable amusement for
lookers-on on Second avenue yester
Fred Mager was arrested this after
noon, ckarged with striking the
7-yoar-old daughter of Mrs. Christina
Wieland. proprietor of the First Ave
nue hotel. Ho will bo tried Sept. 1.
The Bock Island Liquor Dealers'
association will hold a business meet
ing at Turner hall at 3 o'clock tomor
row aftcrnvon. President L. K. Kng
lin requests the presence of ever meni
ler. The crack forester team from Bock-j
ford will attend the Woodmen picnic
Aug. 31.. The parade will terminate
at Seventh avenue instead of Third
Kc member the time is getting short
when you can get shoes free. A large
lot of" children's shoes to 1m? given
away with the $1.50 and 2 shoes.
Minnie Evans has tiled suit for di
vorce in the circuit court againt
Charlta Evans, the hackman. whom
she charge with cruelty and infidel
ity. They were married in 1890 and
have three children, the custody of
whom Mrs. Kvans asks. , O. E. Cra
mer is her attorney.
The Ti i-State M. VT. A. Picnic asso
ciation has arranged for a grand pic
nic at Crapo park. Burlington. Iowa.
Sept. 5. Among the siea'ker3 will be
Head Consul Noitheott and Head
Clerk Hawes. A Hue program has
Ih-cu prepared. The railroads have
all niatle low rates and a large crowd
The Tribunal entertainment to b3
given at IIarjers theatre Sept. 16 is
given by the Held workers in the in
terest of the order of Fraternal Tri
bunes. A good program has leen
prepared and every effort is being
made to make this one of the events
of the season. A. E. Towusend, dep
my supreme tribune.
W alter Littig, assistant in The
Ak'si's press room, met with an un
fortunate mishap late yesterday after
noon, accidentally dropping nis leu
hand on a rapidly revolving cogwheel,
which cut off the thumb. Walter
was taken to the office of Dr. E. M.
Sala, who dressed the wound, after
which he was. taken to his home a
604 Fifteenth ' street". " It is a painfu
injury.' but - Walter is standin
bravelyr and will be able to return to
duty in a few weeks.
The jrovernment bos a laree force
of men' at work on the viad net reruov
ing the plank flooring, which is to be
replaced with oak block pavins the
same as on the draw bridge. The im
provement is beinsr made with as lit
tie inconvenience to traffic as possi
ble. The street car company in the
meantime will only have one track
from the approach of the viaduct to
the end of the email bridge, where i
cut-off switch' has been placed tern
PQracily. - Teams are also obliged to
u3 tmm side of the bridge.
John Herbert has sent a commnni
cation to The Argus bidding farewell
to the people of Cable, among whom
be has lived the past six years. It
evident that his stay there has been
anything. but a bed of roses. He says
he has been maligned by the gossipers
and accused of wrong doings he was
never eufltv of. He states that he
has been . unfortunate, having met
with several accidents while residing
in Cable, but otherwise has fared
well. In conclusion Mr. Hergert
says: "I do not ask for sympathy.
All I ask for is justice. 1 am now
what Thave always been. 1 bid mv
friends good-bye. '-'
To the people of Rock Island, 111.,
and vicuiitF: In order to bring our
celebrated kidney remedy. Morrow s
K'd-ne-oid. before the nublic. we have
I decided to give awav free of charge n
sample pack aire of this most wonder
ful kidnev remedy to all persons who
will call at M. F. Bahnsen's drug store,
between. the hours of 9 o'clock in the
niornimr and 6 o'clock at night, Sat
urday, .Aug. 27. Morrow's Kid-ne-oids-is
a most scientific discovery that
was accomplished after vears of re
search and study. Kid-ne-oids will
cure al 'disorders arising from the
kidneys, such as weak and lame back
dizziness, sleeplessness, less of vital
ity and many other ailments of like
nature.' -Please get a sample, read the
circulars, test the remedy and you will
verify the statement. Respectfully,
John Morrow & Co., chemists, Spring-
Reynolds. Aug. 24. N. A. Tavlor
is cnioving a visit with friends in Chi
Fred Delord, of Hamlet, is reported
on the sick list.
fad. AieAaam has returned from a
trip to Kansas.
S. O. Heath is removing his effects
to Taylor Ridge.
Dr." J. A. Berchard spent Sunday
with his folks in Davenport.
S. W. Slater and Mrs. W. II. Whea
toa left for Imfianapolis, Iud., Friday.
Mrs. S. J. Furguson left Wednesday
'for a'.vlslt with her parents in Arkan
The commercial hotel is being re
painted. D. L. Findly is doing the
WN Crandell, of Rock Island,
came out-Friday to attend the funeral
of Fred Smith."
Mr. and Mrs. W. (. Davis and Mr.
and Mrs. Meigs Wait visited at Coal
Valley Fritlay. -
Mrs. L. C. Moore and son, Floyd,
came home Friday, after a visit at
A new street light illumines the
street in front of the M. E. church.
It was donated by 'Squire Gaant.
Airs. Sophia Johnston and family
returned Friday night from an ex
tended visit with her sister at Monte
Mrs. Viola Candor and family, of
Cogswell. N. I)., arrived Saturday for
a visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Hugh Stropes met with a serious ac
cident while running his threshing
machine. : -In trying to throw a belt
from a wheel he used his arm, but the
power, wa"s -greater than he calculated
and his, ami was broken in tvyo places
and his shoulder dislocated. The frac
ture wirSjreduced by Dr. Miller, of
- WedsMwday morning occurred the
bjsth of Fred Smith, sou of A. H.
Stnitlr,,frim lyphoid fever. Fred was
26 yea,r of age and leaves a wife and
child lo'uiourn his untimely death.
The funeral wa held from the home
of his'faLbur.. The services were con
ducted by -the Rev. Sangston. of the
Automatic Lawn Swing. Easy
Chair and Hammock.
615-1617 Second Avenue.
Remember the Main
BICYCLE STORE IS AT i
202 EIGHTEENTH STREET
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98 Sterns $5Q. ; rr.J;!; - .
'98 Patee Crest Racers S36. rT '98 Solar Gas LamDS $2.60.
One hundred pairs of Chase Tires sold this year. Call and examine them.
A full line of Sundries. Cheaper than any place In town.
STEARNS BALL BEARING LAWN MOWERS .
Have cups, cones and balls. No friction. If they don't give better satisfac
tion than any other Mower, call and get your money. The sizes in inches are
10, 12, 14, 16, 18 and 20.
202 Eighteenth Street,
H Everything to Eat
Yon can find at our store.
We make a specialty of get
tiug the choicest products
the market affords. Read
our list below:
Head Lettuce, Cauliflower,
Watermelons on ie.
Dressed Spring Chickens
1680 Steonl At.
. They tell' a story to the effect that
when thr Society For the Prevention of
Crnelfy ttTAniinals proposed to estab
lish a branch in a leading city of Spain
tpe innnlcipal body courteously acocpt
edr the proposal and offered, to hold a
gravid bolLOsht at ouceto fomitih the
funds. Troy Times.
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As early as-f 613 tho French be?an to i
a story to the
Clearing Sale of Dinnerware and
100-piece Dinner Set semi-porcelain,
decorated, imported ware, worth
$3.60. clearing sale price 5.97.
A new pattern in Dinnerware, nice
dfeoration, 100 pieces in set, worth
$10, clearing sale price $6.97.
100-piece Set, latest shapes and
decorations, every piece warranted,
worth $12. clearing price $7.49.
Dinner Sets containing 100 pieces,
beautiful decorations, newest shapes,
a beautv. worth $14, clearing sale
China Pic Tlates. decorated, lie
apiece as long as they last.
One lot of Chiua Plates, 10c apiece,
9-inch Platers only 10c.
Decorated Bowls 10c.
Large Salad Dish, tinted colors and
Cream Pitchers worth 25c, 30c and
35c. sale price 19c.
Closing out one lot of tancy Cups
and bauccrs at halt price.
We rent knives and forks, spoons
dishes and glasses.
J of fwmrr man, from mm ptmpm to boom
otmuamtm bauii, urnpciai, ikm, an4 all
rupiiooa. an aacaU, ylrMintly. pema.
naaUj curvd by
Tb akin la mad dar. amooch. soft and
bemlUiy. and la tor hy t
I ia aa abaolntaty 9vrm anan, anaiain.d with
awdiemal fOMi aad lucH Mothnc and
hwluc ia ica (. 6o4d b all OraarMa.
Oi m.a. M M a box ; 8oap. 9k eta, a aaaa.
adverti'iuTa paper called the Petites
Afiiches, aid ten yeara later the first
bona fide1 attempt at printing a newspa
per was made iu London. - Among the
very earliest mercantile advertisement
to appear in England was one advertis
i"2 the sale of tea. It appeared in The
Mercorius Politicns. ;
' Hard Coal Market.
Antbra .e coalr all sizes, delivered
at $6.n0 jer ton, for immediate de
livery. " E. G. Frazer.
ConU Coke, Wood.
Summer prices on best grade of
hard coal. ' Hard wood, long or short.
Phone 119$. E. B. McKowx.
Phone 4474. Twentieth Street.
$We Do Not S
Offer yon something for noth- jk
ing nor do we sell one
below cost in order to
You invite disappointment
you experiment. DeWitt'a Little
Early Risers are pleasant, easy, thor
ough little pills. They cure consti
pation and sick headache iust as sure
as yoa take them. T. II. Thomas, 'y
A. J. Biess and M. F. Bahnsen, drug- 3
5 you on something else : :
3 But We Do Buy and S
2 Sell All Goods 2
On a Cash Basis.
That is the reason why it costs
Q yon so much less to lire
when yoa trade at :::::: (kj
N NELSON'S CASH GROCERY, N
329 Twentieth Street.
THAT'S the price we are quoting for Men's Suits. Of
course, we have cheaper grades at a less price, but
the Men's Suits we have placed on sale at $8.50
and $8.90 outshine anything you have ever seen at that
price. It would be an easy matter for us to say "worth
$20," but that would be fabulous; we much prefer hav
ing you compare them with the
gains advertised by other dealers then you
to appreciate these excellent values. There
variety of patterns and colors
wonderful (?) $12 bar-
will be able
BLACK BLUE, BROWN, TANS,
GRA Y MIX
They are strictly all wool,
best possible way, and we
fore leaving, the store. When you
$8 50 and 8.90 suits advertised.
fit and press
ask to see
TWO BIGGEST STORES TWO BEST STORES.