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THUS AKGUS, TUESDAY J! AUG CST 30,-1898.
$ Ylim WMthtr W Ma? Hit i
Fair Umiffht and Wednesday.
Today's temperature 60.
J M SBTBism, Observer.
riums at Hess Bros'.
$100 Eberhart saves you.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
Buy one a Kinship cigar.
Eggs 10 tents at Weckel'i.
Kberhart's pianos are going.
Go to Eberhart'a piano sale.
Buy vour school supplies at Kck-
f 2 a pair for all
ladies' f3 taus at
in any $3
Fresh eggs 10 cents a dozen at
For reliable fire insurance call on
E. J. Burns
The best steel ranges in the city at
SuinmV-rs & Co" a.
Take your pick for $2
tau ladies' shoes at Adams'
Great clearance sale of
tans at l a pair at Adams'.
Last call in ladies1 tan shoes
grades at $2 a pair at Adams'.
Fall term of all departments of Au
gustana college will begin hept. i
Great sacrifice, but thev must p
ladies' $;5 tans $2 a pair at Adams'
Sweet milk, cream, buttermilk and
ise cream at 111 and 113 Nineteenth
Just received a larire assortment of
velocities and iron wagons at Eck
The Augustaoa evening school be
Grins Sept. 7. Arrange to be there the
Morton's grocery will close at noon
tomorrow on account of the Wood
New fall dress goods just received
at iounr V Mci;omos , lower in price
and letter than ever.
Hand-turned, no tacks in them.
ladies' tan shoes, 1 a pair,
3 grades at Adams'.
Business property, residence prop
erty and lota fur sale in all parts of
the elty by E. J. Burns.
About 300 pairs of broken si.es in
Rock Island factory ladies' $3 shoes
go for $ l..r0 a pair this week.
Get a free ticket at Yountr & Mc-
Combs' to the great Cuban war con
cert with a $2 purchase or over.
All sizes mid all widths in the Kock
Island factory's $3 tan shoes go for $2
a pair at the clearing sale this week.
Work at the reservoir site is pro-
(Vineuting for the
be bejjuu iu a few
the north as soon as transportatio
can be arranged. Ibe regiment em
braces Company B, of Darenport, and
it is proposed to send the soldiers to
their homes on a 30-davs' furlongh
at the end of which time they will be
mustered out. Davenport Is endeav
orinr to have the entire resimen
mobilized in that city.
The Weyerhauser syndicate, aceord
iog to a special from Ashland, Wis.
has sold 250,000,000 feet of standi d-t
pine timber on and near Chequama
gan bav. in the Ashland district
The syndicate is to cut the timler
and deliver it on the bay. and the
price for the timber and logging is
said to be f per 1.000 feet. The
largest purchaser is the Hines Lum
ber company, which is one of the
largest lumber linns on the south
tdiore, with mills at various points
This company has taken 200.0W.OW
feet of the timber. The Red Cliff
Lumber company, of Dulutb, has
taken 50.000,000 feet. This is said to
be the first sale aiade bv the Wever-
hauser syndicate in the Ashland dis
TRI-CITY DAY IS FAVORED.
Endeavor society of
chapel will give au
cake social Friday
the Aiken street
ice croam aud
evening. ept 'Z.
When you want your sewing ma
'mit or bicycle repaired drop a Hiatal
or eall at the Western Repair works,
3325 Third avenue. Rock Island.
The now Coudenscd Ho'rse Feed
company has biased a building on First
avenue Itetwecn Sixteenth aud Seven
teenth streets, and will begiu opera
tions at once.
Some small boys who have leen
making a practice of raiding tomato
gardens on south Twenty-third street
are putting themselves in a fare way
to get into trouble.
Only once in a life time you can see
the latest wonder the animated pic
tures of the late war. A ticket free
with a purchase of $2 or over at
Young & McCombs'.
A pile of ties near the Rock Island
semaphore at the foot of Twenty
eighth street, took tire from a spark
this afternoon. Chief ("oilier turned
out with the No. 3 hose company to
extinguish the blae.
Conrad Maurus. of South Rock Isl
and, was ojKirated on yesterday at St.
Anthony's hospital by Drs. Plunimer
and iVSilva. for the removal of a
vesical calculus, weighing one Jounce.
The patient is doing nicely.
Dr. G. L. Eyster and J. N. Van
Fatten tied for lirt plam in the last
gentlemen's preliminary tournament
in the haadicap golf contest at the
arsenal links. They met in a play-off
the other day. ami Mr. Van Patten
defeated Dr. Eyster by a narrow margin-
A glance at the month of Septenilier
for a penou of 2 years is ationtea in
the compilation of Observer J. M.
Sherier. During that time the mean
temperature was 6.". the warmest
month being that of 1837, with an av
erage of 72; the coldest that of lfS.
with an average of 60. The highest
temiK-rature was 96, on the 7th. 1.S93;
the lowest 33, on the 27th. 19. The
average date of the killing frost is
shown to lie Oct. 10. The average
number of clear days was 12. partlv
cloudv 11, cloud v 7.
Mayor Baker, of Davenport, re
ceived a message from Congressman
Curtis this morning to the effect that
Adjt. Gen. Corbin hafl ordered the
50th Iowa to leave Jacksonville for
The I'Lan of Representation at the Omaha
The plan of having a tri-city day at
the lrans-.Mississippi exposition at
Omaha as suggested by Miss Anliie
Kirkpatrick. principal of Irvinjr
school, through last night's Akois
has met with manv expressions of
approbation in Rock" Island at least
aud already some of the local repre
sentatives of railroads have been ap
plied to as to the probablitv of secur
ing reduced rates. The matter has
received the encouragement of the
railroads in other cities, and may be
taken up here a-nd in the sister cities.
Galesburg recently had a day set
apart in tins manner turouru the m-
struiin-nrulitr of the railroads and the
cooperation of citizeus. By all means
let us. too, have a siecial dav at
Omaha, to lie known as Tri-Citv dav.
THE COL'NTY TKSFUC
Aug. 21) George A. Bromlcv to
Timothy Beecher and John D. Beeeh-
er, ii nd J e 42 feet lot 10. block 4, Chi
cago or lower add.. Rock Island. $200.
Alva J. ronton ' to James teelev.
e lot 1, block 1, Ellen S. Weblor's
add., Moliuc, fl.tiOO.
All neighbors of Camps 29, 309 and
16.00 are requested to meet at Turner
hall, Wcduesdav morning at 9 o'clock
sharp, to form for the parade of- the
101 li Camp I'icnic association. Bv
order J. K. Laiikiv, V. C. 29.
J. Hkttkk. V. C. 309.
T. B. Rkipv. V. C. 150.
(fooM on Friday.'
You uever heard ulxsut tlvofi-me that
Judge Egan. gavo tllnt priuco of Ifirds,
tho Koone, a new puco hi uatox.il his
tory, I. suppose?" said AI. Vv. Fitzgerald
to tho Philistine.
"V11,, couplo of years aijo Judgo
E'au and Toui Oonxoy went over to
lnnch together cue noon. 'What '11 yom
have?' asked tho jadru.
" 'It's Friday. ' said Tom. 'Give me
"Judo Ivan let his eyo wander
down tho bill of faro. Ho saw that
tKro was const on tho bill arud the soul
iiim hungered" for H x so. Ho framed,
np a decision to make the uuuishuient
fit the crime.
'Croo.sc, ' mid he. 'A gooso is a bird
that swims in tho water. That'B clear
eunuch. Waiter, brinine some cobsel' "
Sr. Paul 'GIoIh'.
A Ui-ttrru-tng Uatlook.
A littlo Cleveland girl was greatly
worried-by.tho misfortune of it favorite
playmate. The latter injured her knee
by a fall, anl for a time it was feared
kIio might lose tho limb. Happily this
contingency was avoided, and in time
tho fuJinr completely recovered. But
when tho .outlock was dark indeed the
pynipathetio girl burrt in on her mam
ma one day with tho following excited
"Oh, mamma, did you know it was
Bella's vaccination kg that was
No. inanima diiln't know it.
"Well, it is." cried tho littlo sympa
thizer, "aud. oh, mamma,-just think,
if they cut off her leg shell have to be
vaccinated nil over again!" Cleveland
Plain lXal r.
Remember the Main . . .
BICYCLE STORE IS AT
202 EIGHTEENTH STREET
Automatic Lawn Swing. Easy
Chair and Hammock,
615 '1617 Second Avenue.
One hundred pairs of Chase Tires sold this year. Call and examine them.
A full line of Sundries. Cheaper than any place in town.
?j STEARNS BALL BEARING LAWN MOWERS .i. .
'98 Sterns $50.
'98 Patee Crest Racers S35.
Tourist Specials 330.
Solar Gas Lamps $2.50.
Have cups, cones and ball--. 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, iS and 20.
202 Eighteenth Street,
IT'Q CflQY To pick out a
IIO LHO I nice Jiunday
dinner if you call at our store.
W have everything obtainable
in the market and the best as
sortment in town. All orders
promptly tilled. Read our lift:
Head Lettuce, Cauliflower,
Watermelons on ice.
Dressed Spring Chickens
Every Day Wants.
Sir, or madam, if ypu have any diffi
culty in making yonr children behave.
just turn them over to the family next
door. Both the man and the woman in
that house are' quite sore they could
children mind.' Boeton
andleg, icr dozen
One-Quart Tea Steeper
Iarge Flaring Pail
Large bottle household ammonia.
Wash Blueing, per bottle
Wood Salt Box
Curling Irons, all sizes
Square Cake Pans
Wood Rolliag Pin . i
Perforated Chair Seat
Two Quart Cups
Ten Slate. Pencils .' . . . lc
Two Iead Tencils lc
Ruhlcr Eraser lc
Large 500 Page Tablet 3c
Ink. per bottle 4c
Slates, cloth bound 5c
All Kinds of Snpplies.
The ancient Greek believed that h
Penates were the jrods who attended
to the welfare and prosperity of the'
family. They were werrshipped as;
household gods In every home. The j
household god of today is Dr. King's I
New Discovery. For consumption.
coughs, ctdds and for all affeetions of
throat. t-hvt and lungs it is invalua
ble. It has U-eii tried for a quar
ter of a century nnd is guaran
teed t. cure, or money returned. No
household should le without this
good anel. It is pleasant to take
and a safe and sure remedy for ohl
and voiin Free trial bottles at
Ilartz & L'llmeyer's drug store. Reg
ular size 50 cents and $ 1.
Phone 4474. Twentieth Street.
hWe Do Jot
k Offer you something for noth- K
ins nor do we sell one thins
below cost in order to catch S
? you on something else : :
For Rats, Mice, Roaches,
M "j- m.m m m I confidence in its merits do yoo want?
r fff ' t jt cures piles, burns, scalds, sores, in
Aibrtiiiir.iilmmsMAnruliipw, tbe shortest spac oi time. 1. 11-
g But We Do Buy and
5 Sell All Goods
More than tweatv million free fea.iu- SOna Cash Basis.
ies oi i in s iu-n itazet raive
are been aisirioutei Dv toe manu
facturers. What better proof of their
For Sale by all Pm -.!. Price. 1
EETTOI IMUF1CT0B1SG ft CEEIICil CO,
9S WIffiasa Street. New Yerk.
Thomas. A. J.
Kiess sad. M.
Subscribe for The ArgcsI
Thai is the reason whv it costs Q
yon so much less to live
h NELSON'S CASH GROCERY,
J1 329 Twentieth Street- 5
3 Phone 1090.
m i 0
stir our sale of Men's Suits created last
Kindly smiles of satisfaction a well pleased
customer pives unon leaving the store alone, onlv
to return with a friend, demonstrated the manner in
which our values are appreciated. We shall continue
this Glorious Suit Sale for another week and to sweeten
the line we have added several new styles of more ex
pensive suits, which go on tale at the same price.
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The styles, makes and qualities of these Men's Suits are
right or they wouldn't be here, and if the prices weren't
several notches under other dealers we would make
them lower. A duty to yourself and us
ads carefully, learn our prices, make a
son, buy ofter inspection
is to read our
TWO BIGGEST STORES TV0 BEST STORES.