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0th the method and results when
rrap of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
ij refreshing to the taste, anl acta
ally yet promptly on the Kidneys,
.ver and Bowels, cleanses tie sys
,ra effectually, dispels colds, head-
jrhes and fevers and cures hfbitttal
bnttipation. fcynip-ot Jtigs 13 the
remedy; of its kind ever pro
lured. ideaVir.sr to the taste aad ac-
t-ntalile to the etomach, pronptfai
Is action and truly beneficial in its
nfects, prepared only Irom th3 most
lealthv and agreeable substances, it3
fcanv excellent qualities commend it
b all and have made it tuomost
opular remedy known. - "
?vn:p 01 -rigs is ior-saiem ovc
tad $1 bottles by all leading- drag-
uts. Any reliable druggi-t who
av cot have it on hand will pro-
ure it promptly for any one who
khes to try iu ijo not acc pt any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO:
SV FRANCISCO. CAL. '
LOUISVILLE, Kf. HEW YORt, M.Y.
C. C. TAYLOR, i
Fiuit jars and jelly glasses
Cheap sugar; plenty of fruit;
every body is using jars and
glasses. I shall try not to be
without a good supply, of the
best quality. Sprakir g of fruit
jars, have you tried the disc
immerser cap?? Sam? cost as
Import orders for fne china
are beginning to come in. Will
have much to show duiing July,
Q. M. Looslky.
CHINA A5D (.LA-S,
1 Second Avenue.
in ecus r.w
$200.00 and Upward
tot ca?ei. OQ d W )r.h t!fim fane Evt
i:aas the aiioaut of tiloaa. "
lmi-T..r.7 poremt -rai-annualy, collected an.-:
Muted f.-eu of churt;e
; e. w. hurst,
Attorney at Law
Ko"BSn(J4Maonlo Tompie. ? ( ) j
LOCK ISLAND. ILL.
hcited UreMdmS-tof properties
1803 Second : Avenue, over
Honpe's Tailor Shop.
THE! GREAT TOMORROW.'
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The Glorious Fourth' And its Ob
Milan will Have at IeBionMrallon
& Will Ueaesro At the Tower
- Cordova, Cable. Baratow, Etc.
Tomorrow will be the glorious Fourth.
Hock Island will have no formal cele
bration this year, this city reserving all its
surplus energies for the grand Columbian'
demonstration m which it is hoped Mo- ,
line will join one year from . tomorrow
Nevertheless the anniyersary of ourjna
tional independence will not pass - unob-j
served in Rock Island this year.. There
is no law against anyone uncorking his
patriotism in any manner in which he
sees fit, as long as he does 'not over step
the lines of good sense and order. - The
small boy will be abroad with his fire
crackers and other noise-makirg contri
ances. There will be the usual tin
pan racket in the back yard, and the
noise of Chinese explosions in the street.?
At night there will be fireworks, etc.
Milan will endeavor to do herself
proud in the most approved style and
manner. There will be a street parade
to Big island where Jerry Hennepin
Murphy will deliver an oration, and in
the afternoon there will be sports and a
general good time with a pyrotechnic
display lathe evening.
At Black Hawk's tower there will be
musid all id ay and fireworks in the eve
ning.; Cars wiH run on 20-minuU tiine
on lh& RockIs!ahd & Milan road." - l
Geneseo will attract many from Rock
Island A flelegation from the G. A. R.
and the relief corp3 of this city will at
tend. The soldiers: monument will be
unveiled. Dt. Bolton aid Isaac Cem
ents will speak, and Companies A, B. D
aud F will give a epeciak drill. There
will be a big display of fireworks in the
evening. Special coaches will be attach
ed to the trains on the C, R. I. & P.
Carbon Cliff, Cordova, Orion and Cable
ill all have excellent celebrations of the
Oid-ft shioned kind, where any amount of
entiiutiafm will expend itself in filorify
iop the day.
At Birstow Dr. Morsan. of Erie, Dr.
Rvder. of Osborne, M J. McEniry, of Mo
liae, ni Sbermau Searle, of this citv, will
speak, and preparations for a big time in
the afiernoon have been completed.
At Davenport ball park there will be
two games between the Davenport and
Cedur Rapids club?, the morning came
being called at 10 and the afternoon at
8:30 . i :
Msjcr Weizbtman, the city engineer of
Peotia, has returned from Cincinnati,
wh' re he wtBt to Jnspect the subject of
pavement. He found brick pavement to
wear very well and growing in popularity.
Cincinnati has some asphalt paVement
that is pretty good, but on her streets that
1 quire heavy teaming, she puts down
granite block. These are costly, noisy
acd rough. The Journal commenting on
tbe engineei '8 visit says: "The fact is
that brick is what Peoria wants. It is
noise'ess, pleasant, clean, durable and
cheap. We can renew a brick pavement
and make it good for 50 years for what
granite blocks cost us. It looks as
tbougb there was some keel hauling in re
gard to this question. The public were
locg ago satisfied that brick is the only
materihl for paving, and are willing to
pay for it. but ever anon somebody hops
up io favor of something else. . Let the
cif.zeca Btick to btick and pet down more
Died Frim Hm Injuries.
At 11:45 o'clock last night at his home
31 C Sixteenth street, occurred the death
of John Philip who was injured at the
p'bw shop a few days ago. His age was
70 years. The immediate cause of his
death was congestion the lungs, which it
is thought was brought on by the expos
ure resuling from laving in the basement
of the shops where he bad been 6ome
time before he was discovered. He
leaves besides a widow, three children as
follows: Mrs. 8. M. Fitzpatrick. of this
city, r and the; Misses Lou and Ellen
Philip, who reside at home. He was
employed as a planer at the plow shops
and had resided in this city 26 years, 22
of which he had been connected with the
plow shops. He was a man of exem
plary habits, qu'.et and nnassuminz, and
commanded the highest respect of all
who knew him.
The funeral will occur from his late
home on Sunday afternoon, at 2 o'clock.
The Pilot brought down a barge.
The Veme Swain was in and out at
The Libbie Conger takes an excursion
to Burlington tonight.
The stage of the water was 2:90 at
doob; the temperature 75. ?
TheF. C A. Denkmann brought down
eight strings of lo;s, the Dan Thayer 13
of lumber. ..'-.:
The Joe Long came down and the Daisy,
Arte m us Lamb, J .W. Van 8ant, Joe
Long and Pilot went up.
Bridge travel Wednesday was: Foot
passengers north, 6SS; south, 678; total,
1,366. -Teams north. 670;,outb, 6C5;
total. 1,335. '
1 Four coat makers wanted at once at F.
C . Hoppe's.
THE. ABUU8, jFBIJDkY.; Jex, 3
, TOWN TALK. ' 1 ,
The Black Hawk Hoirestead associa
tion meets tonight. 1
Parasols and lace covers' for baby car
riages just received at Taylor's.
There will be a dance at Spring ' Cove
slide tomorrow from 1 p. m. until mid
night. ,' ' ' '
Close tonight at 6 o'clock as usual, but
will be open until noon tomorrow at Mc
Cabe Bros'. : ' ' ' "
Tomorrow being Saturday and the 4vh,
McCabe Bros; will be open until 13
o'clock noon. v ' "' '
The R..I. & P. has a special time card
elsewhere of its trainato ther Milan- cele
bration tomorrow.' -
The new dancing paviltton at Spring
Cove, near the watch tower, '. will be
thrown open tomorrow. . ,;
Mrs. W. D." Hawthorne . and : little
daughter leave tomorrow"6n a "month's
visit to friends in Chicago' ' w
Roswell Richmond, of 8outh' Rock
Island, has been very ill the past few
days, and is reported still in a critical
, The Argus will suspend publication
tomorrow to permit its employes to cele
brate the glorious Fourth. . t
The Fourth of July will be appropri
ately celebrated tomorrow by booming
real estate in the vicinity of Ninth street.
Go out and buy a lot. ' '
The sale of lots in Schneli's new addi
ction occurs tomorrow commencing at 10
a. m. on the tract south of Ninth avenue
between Twentieth and Twenty.fourth.
The Rock Island County Teachers' In
s'.itute opens Monday ia the Rock Island
High school building under County Super
intendent Marshall's direction, and wiil
continue one weefc.
George Klein, who was so badly in-,
jurtd a week ago by being kicked by a
horse, has so far recovered as to be able
to get along without . a nurse, and is
The Y. M. C. A. have just secured
three doz?n new song books, " Hymns
New and Old," whish will be used nixt
Sunday at 3:30 p. m. Rsv. Marshall
will lecture on the "Second Coming of
Christ," postponed from April 26.
Tomorrow being the Fourth of July,
business will be generally suspended and
the bank, city and county offices closed.
Tue postefflce will close at 9 o'clock and
open again at 4. Only one delivery will
be made in the morning.
Fancy and plain cakes. Krell & Math
are prepared to make and all kiuds of
cakes on short notice, having engaged an
experienced baker for same. Give us a
trial when you need something in the
' Citizens in the vicinity of the court
house square are gratified at again being
able to obtain an abundance of cool wat
er, Sherift Gordon having bad tee well
cleaned out and a new lining of tile put
io, and the top closed tightly to prevent
anything from getting into the well.
William J., infant son of Joseph Bush
and wife, died at its parents,' home. 2SU8
Eighth avenue, at 9 o'clock this morning
aeed six months and five days. The
funeral will occur tomorrow afternoon at
2 o'clock from the residence of Jacob
Eyans, 2810 Eighth avenue.
Cars on the Union line are rucniLg
through as far as Twelfth street in Mo
line today, and Manager Louderback
hopes to have them running through to
the eastern end of the line tomorrow.
The new chairs for the relaying of the
light Johnston track have been received
and are being put in.
Sage and O'Connor will inaugurate
their new sample room on Eighteenth
street tomorrow. They have named their
place "The Club," and have furnished it
with tee finest fixtures in the three cities.
They are of the Brunswick-Bulke make,
and are all of solid antique oak, both
being richly carved and set with beveled
glass mirrors. The fixtures are through
out the richest and most elabora te that
could be had, and were designed and
constructed especially for "The Club."
The funeral of Mrs. S. B. Cobb was
held from her late home on Fifteenth
street at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Rev. J.
H. Kerr, of the Central Presbyterian
church, officiating. A large number of
sorrowing friends were present and fol
lowed the remains to their last resting
place in Chippiannock cemetery. The
following gentlemen were pall-berrers:
David Donaldson, W. S. Knowlton, Dr.
J. W. Stewart. J. M- Bufotd, T.H." Thom
as and Henry Carse.
If the Tri-city Street Car company
would keep one good, active driver to
ply back and forth between this city and
Rock Island all through the night several
dollars a day might be added to the re
ceipts of the company. A car that would
make the round trip once an hour, leav
ing each side that often, or more fre
quently if possible, would generally have
a number -of- passengers. All through
these summer, nights there are op!e
coming and going between these two
cities, but no cars to carry them. They
would be glad to pay the fare, or even
double fare, if they might purchase that
convenience by that payment. Daven
Fourth of Joiy Picnic.
The German Singing society will give
a picnic at Joe Huber's garden on Satur
day, July 4. Music by Bleuer's band.
Geoege Stroehle, prompter. Good order
will be enforced and a pleasant time is
guaranteed to everybody who may attend.
MOTHER RAIL - HORROR.
Nineteen Killed-and Thirty-eight
Wounded at Ravenna, O.
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A Pny of. Fourth 'of July Excnr.
. aionist Meet a Had tat ft-A ,
fatal Jtear End Collision.
Cleveland. July 3 -Early this morn
ing a passenger train on the New York,
Lake Erie & Western, standing oa the
track at Ravenna, O., station, awaiting
orders, was crashed into from the rear by
a freight train. A horror eosu'ed,' one
coach and two sleepers took fire, burning
many bodies and torturing the wounded. .
Nineteen were killed and 38 badly iciared.
The rear cir sustained the greatest dam
age, and contained a party of Fiadley
people going east to spend the Fourth.
At Trinity church.servicts at7and 10:43
a. m., and 7:30 p. m. At the chapel at
2:30 p. m.
At the First Methodist church, preach
ing at 10:45 a. m. bv the pastor. Rev. G.
W. Gue. Subject, "Satisfied." At 7:45
Mr. Finch, state organ'zer of Good Temp
lars, will deliver a temperance address.
Sunday school at 9:15 a. m ; J. F Rob
inson, superintendent. Young People's
meeting at 6 45 . p ,m.C. E. Adams,
At the First Baptist, Sunday morning
S. J. Shoomkoff. of Sophia, Bulgaria,
will speak on "The Social and Re'.igious
Condition of this Country and Mission
ary Work There." Anthem, "Nearer My
God to Thee," by the quartette. Duett,
"Prayer of the Wanderer." Miss Waltman
and Mr. Schlesel. The veniDg service
will be patriotic. . The pastor .will speak
on, "Our Peril t.nd Our Hope." Patri
otic songs, elaborated; 30 children with
flag9 marching; obligato solo hy Joho D
Bollman. Sunday school at 9:15 a. m.
Young people's meeting at 6.45 p. nl
Sunday school at the Forty-fourth street
mission at 3 p m. No evening service at
the chapel, but the congregation invited
to the patriotic service :q the First church.
Pol ire Points.
Thomas McDonald was picked up by
the police last night wandering about the
streets with a quiet '"jig," and this morn
ing Magistrate Wivill assessed him $3
Bert Newman got into a chewing match
with H wry Brown, and the litter swore
out a warrant charging Newman with
breach of the peace. Officer Glass ar
Jauies Cox swore out a warrant before
Mgistr:te Wivill yesterday charging his
son Thomas with assault, and the trial
cime up this morning but as there was no
evidence to show that he had received his
injuries frcm any source except rolling
about with an uncomfortable "jag," his
son was discharged.
County Court t'timinal Caea. r
John Hamerich. one of the Molineites
against whom information was filed for
gambling, entered a plea of guilty as to
two counts in the county court yesterday
and was fined $10 and costs of prosecu
tion on each count and a nolle prosse en
tered as to the other count9.
Albert Nelson, of Moline, one of the
lads connected in the brass robbery a few
weeks ago, pleaded guilty in the county
court today and was sentenced to one
hour in jail and pay a fine of $25 and
Henry Carse is laying a tile walk around
his residence and in front of his property
on Fourth avenue,
William McGuinn ha9 remodeled his
residence at the corner of Fourteenth
street and Fifth avenue, making it two
stories and giving it a general over haul
ing. and now has a very neat and con
Provide in L'.fe for Tour Fa:nr D'jencleni
The undersigned will be in Rock Island
7lh to 15th inst. for the purpose of or
ganizing a camp, "Modern Woodmen of
America," a fra'ernal benefit association
affording the the.ipest and best life in
The cost for membership will be from
56 to S7 including the ador tion. local and
head physician's medical examination
fees and tLe advanced assessment, paying
the insurance until September 1, 1891, as
well as the fee for charter and cost of
Call at the offlre of David Hawes, Erq.,
Buford's block, day or evening during
the time named. C. W. Hawes,
pecial Deputy Head Consul. M. W. A.
The co partnership heretofore existing
between Fred Kaon & G. Otto Huck
staedt, under the name and 6tjle of Kann
& Hucbstaedt has this day been dissolved
by mutual consent. The business will be
continued by Otto Huckstaedt to whom
all accounts due said firm . are payable,
and who will pay all debts owing by said
R;ck Island. 111.. July 2, 1891.
f G. O HCCKSTAKDT.
We offer $100 reward for any case of
catarrh that cannot ' be cured by taking
Hall s Catarrh Cure.
1 F. J. Chexey & Co.. Prop".,
Toledo. O. !
We, the undersigned, nave known F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, aod be
lieve him perfectly honorable in all busi
ness transactions, and financially able to
carry out any obligations made by their
West & Tniax, Wholesale Druggist, To
W aiding, Kinnan & Marvin, Whole
sale Druggists, Toledo, O. '
Hall's Catarrh Cure ia taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. . . Price 75c
per bottle. Bald fcj all druggists.
f t 1 I I I i i f f 5 f 1st
TinwarkI And" Housk
1612 second avenue, "
11 1 "'a in 1 1 1111 1 1 1 'If W---ir-"Pa-'Sr3S. J'- 'i
FIRE CRACKERS, large and small, TORPEDOES, all sizes,
SKY ROCKETS from 1 ounce to 1 pound.
Roman Candles,- ' Mines, f f Serpents,
Star Jets, " Tourbon?, Volcanoes,
Flower Pots; j Hot Air Balloons, Red Fire.
Wholesale and Retail. .....
, ; . ' ' ' THE FAIR. 1703 Second Avena.
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT,
-Furniture, Carpets, -
Oil Cloths, Curtains, Etc.
I 1S11 and. 1S13, Second Avenne, ROCK ISL AMD... "
T. H. THOMAS,
Elegant Soda "Water,
All Flavors, Ice Cream, Orange, Phosphate, Moxie, Mead, t
Malt, Eic. Also a line line of
IMPORTED and DOMESTIC
Call, in and; be convinced that
yon can save moiiey by Hradiig
;- - i GEO." SCHNEIDER'S,
: Central Shoe Store, . v '1
1818 Second Avenue,
Furnishing Goods. 1
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
cf and Dealer in-
k . . .. :
Elm Btrw Store
K I-,, !
' 2929 Fifth Avenge It
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