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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY 8EPTEMHE K 29 1 891.
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f V . to the taste, and acts
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txs!'-i m,y iroiu iuc iuuM,
1 ii.rcral'le substances, its
!jf!:'t finalities commend it
have maile it the most
t l-- is lor emu iu uvi
VJesV all leading drug
ny reliable druggist who
have it on hacd will pro
.,n,nlv for anv one -who
L; Jjy jt. Do not accept any
frjNIJt FIG SYRUP CO.
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i and Second-hand.
;.. -vt hf!s. Strap.
k,--. P ti ll Boxr, Rn'tT. and
t- rvi!iii.kT necessary for school.
B;ri!- t'Yim ntarv geography for
. r.' v LV'-eruphy for Guyot's inter
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S ..; ,:iiiimct!C for Felters primary
Ui 'hey by letting yonr school
1717 Second .Avenue,
J. E. REIDY,
' farm. ''i'b Ror k I-iand.
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H;r? Mvrnn. I!,
.'w.t. K:iii-;i- aiid Ntbrabka.
:.' s a'itiiucn
. :. :r'ct
'.' i ttVfllllf,
. fu rn-- corn r.
.n n ff-ft-nl parts of the city.
c-a iiiiL--. pol invettmentf.
tT Three Cret-cU-s m?uniice con-
Second Avenue, over
Honpe's Tailor Shop.
s": ' s' Savinct Bai.k and Sure
' f litu Pn.iiia. .
I'.?'"1 '. 'V rt-o.third of the adili.
. s.i. a unmWr of house will be
0?Sri I II opward.
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OS HO m FEB MOSTB.
"t:ct free with ever rirH
Taxes to Pay Until 1893.
' " f r rvi lumiy ui your
uri!!lv,.n hM .
i.'r:i!, "'e"a ""-division just platted
'tm.,re niCeiy ita"-' nd molt ad-
E0. F. ROTH,
M JaciBon & Hnrst.a office.
The liiDg half lady.
Fine plume at Young's.
Muscat grapes at Young's.
Smoke "U .tie Peta"5 cent cigars.
Bartlett pews by the peck at Young's.
Try -Little Pets." the leading 6c cigar
in the market.
Millinery opening at Mrs. Greenawalt's
Samuel Heigy, of Hampton, was in the
Alfred Yates, of St. Louis, was in the
city yesttrdej .
See Iieha the living half lady at the
Fred Has and family have returned
The "Little Pets" cigars are the finest
5c cigars in tte market.
Miss Dora Eellerstrass is visiting with
friends in Pedis.
T. J. Parker, of Detroit. Mich., is in
the city visiting friends.
Miss Eva Normoyle left yesterday on a
visit to friends in Peoria.
Miss B. Stxton has returned from an
extended visit to fr.ends in St. Paul.
The Adams Express company will have
a sale of unclnimed goods Nov. 14
M'lle. Reha the famous living half lady
on exhibition at the London tonight.
The great Lyceum theatre success.
"The Old. Old Story," at the theatre to
Mark Asbdown of Port Byron, was in
the city today on his way to the state
Ground wsg broken on Seventeenth
street this morning for Mrs. A. Herkert's
Go and see Reha, the only living half
lady on exbib lion at the London Clothing
J. M. Buftrd offers for sales good
piece of business property at 1507 Second
avenue at a bug&in.
Reha the only living half lady will pos
itively be on exhibition at the London
Clothing company's store this evening.
Bridge trve: Sunday amounted to: Foot
North, 709; south. 720; total. 1.429.
Teams North, 444; south, 440; total,
Litest novelties in fall milinery at Mrs.
Greenawalt's. A special display of latest
styles tomorrcw and Thursdav. Ladies
are cordial! v invited.
Capt. J. M. Montgomery and wife left
this afternoon for Peoria, where they will
visit friends for several days, and take in
the state fair.
Alphons Busman of Rock Island and
Mrs. Emma Peterson of Davenport, were
united in marriage by f quire Bawesat
his office this morning.
Henry Lemliurg moyed into his new
house on Seventeenth street this morning
and H. F. Cordes is moving into Mr
Lemburg's former residence.
Articles of agreement were signed
today between Bentley Suttoa the "Rock
Island Whirlwind" and Jack Baker for a
six round glove contest to take place in
Davenport on Oct. 10th.
Ia the police; court this morning Christ
Metzgsr and ITenry Metzgar were each
fined $3 and casts, and Grant Mounds,
Jacob Chatter on and Fred Roth $3 and
costs for disturbing the peace.
Mrs. John Eeittmann and family take
this method of offering their heartfelt
thanks to those who so kindly assisted at
the bedside and at the death of their hus
band and father.
In "The Old, Old Story." there is a
smooth coherent flow of action through
out the piece which is effective. The
dialogue is spirited and the play cannot
be accused of dullness at any point.
New York Recorder.
Does the Ui. ion's sudden change of
position in regard to the government
building indicste that the morning paper
has actually come to the proper way of
thinking, or is it merely a little strategy
on the Union's part?
Davenport can no longer boast of single
distinction as the carnival city. Rahway,
N. Y, has stolen the novel idea which
had its origin with Davenport, and in
dulged a similar event the other evening
It is spoken of as a great success.
The London Clothing company will
treat its friend i this evening to an txhi
bition of one of the most successful illu
stons of modera times. Reha the living
half lady, will be on exhibition free to all
in their spacious west show window.
H. 8. Scbafe-, Jr.. died last night at his
home corner of Third avenue and Sixth
street, after t vo weeks'' illness which
finally developed into meningitis, aged
4 years, 4 months and 2 days. The
funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon
at 2 o'clock.
Mrs. W. C. Wadsworth and her daueh
tr Mrs. Will Wadsworth. with Mrs. M
H. Wadsworth, of Rock Island, go to
Chicago by thin morniDg's train. Tbey
will be accompamea on me trip t
wrtBonh. who is off for New York on
business mission. Davenport Demos
The wide-awake Peoria has made its
customary arrangements for handling the
throng which will go to Peoria to attend
the state fair this week, wsewnere ap
pears a schedule of the running of special
trains. The R I. & P. is the only road
wbich enters P.:oria and runs direct to
the fair ground .
Rabbi SamuilFreuder, of Davenport,
mention of whose renunciation of Juda-
im was made in yesterday evening ab
oca, will be at -he prayer meeting in the
United Presbyterian church tomorrow
evening, and will make a statement of his
present viewi and bow he was led to
tiem. The public, and especially his old
friends, are invited to hear him. .
Commencing at 6:30 this evening thp
London Clothing company will exhibit
every 10 minutes in their spacious west
show window one of the most wonderful
illusions of the day. Reha the living
half Udy will be on exhibition free to all.
The next joint meeting of the Twin city
Columbian celebration committee, which
was to have been held in Moline Thurs
day evening, has been postponed untd
Saturday eveniog, when it will be held at
the ro ms of the Moline Business Men's
The Davtnport D mncrtt this morning
speaks very high!y of the pUy, "Ti e
Oid, Old Story." and the company which
produces it, and regrets tbat a larger
audience was not present last evening
The company a; pears at Harper's theatre
tonight and it should be greeted with a
In the spacious we9t window of the
London Clothing company's store this
evening will be txUibitid the nattst
Musi -n of the day. llth. the livioc
half Uriy will b exhibited every 10
minutes. The exhibition will be free to
all, and everyone is invited to be present
and witness one ofthe greatest delusions
of the age.
John Ebrhardt of Rapids City, was
before Magistrate YSivill this afternoon
on the charge of resisting an officer. The
trouble grows out of a free for all fteht
which took place in Police Magistrate
Schaftr's court at Rnpids City in which
John Ehrhsrdt, O P. St Clair and Jacob
Chine composed the disturbing element.
l-taiiip Mitarh .ad.
Philip Mitfch ilie.i bin homo 1314
Third avenue at 9 o'clock th's m itning
of consumption, aged 64 years. Mr.
Mitsch was born ia R enthal, B-ifaria,
Feb. 16ih, 1826. and came to this coua
try in 1833. Ha resided for a time in
New York City and afterward came to
Rock Island, hav'ng resided here con'in
uously since. Mr. Mitsch was atone
time city marshal and later was a cuard
at Rock Island arsenal. He was an up
right and honest citizen and leaves be
sides a widow, th ee children. Lull,
Philip and Aim, aged IS, 15 and 13
The fuuertl will be held at 2 o'clock
llrarlfrrm at Last.
Aboat yuaV tand a half ngo Alfred
Phillipp, a boy about 18, mysterious'y
disappeared from bis home in this city,
and nothing had teen heard from him
until last Friday, when his uncle, John
A. Lipbardt. of Hillsdale, who was in
Rock I J and yesterday, received a letter
from the boy under date of Fort Town
send. Wash. He saj s be has been travel
ing since he left, going first to St Louis
from whence he s'ruck for the northwest
Hs was then working on a sea vessel and
exp- cu-d to ssil the followins day for
Australia H : is quite an adventuresome
boy, hut is of such a kind as will make
his way in the world.
Conf.-.srd as to the Chi'a'a Bir h.
Anna Dcmstrandt, the sister of Lena
Dumstrandt who was supposed to have
been the mother of the child found buried
in a corn field near Port Byron a few days
since, has confessed that her sister Lena,
was the mother of the child and that it
was born in a stable near the house, but
she maintains that the child was dead
when born, but the post mortem exami
nation disclosed the fact that it was alive
when born, and in Dr. Block's opinion
had lived from one-half to two hours.
25 - O .lfiy Tubah to William Lucas
an ' F Tuckenhill tract by metes and
bounds 2, 17. 2w. $300
Amelia W Co wiry to.lohn C H Rml,
pari lots 4 -.rid 5, block 2, Halej's lint
a1iIil'oa Molim-, o8(H).
P ul A. Kel er to John C II Read, lot 2.
block 11, C r Edwards' adduiou, Moline.
f J 01)0.
Hnry Kohnitger to Jos"ph G igr. lot
8, block 19. Lo er addition Itocklslaud.
26 As'iccme .tof Vf. E. H;ney and
A VV. Mul'ie y. partners as Hainey &
Mullery Derd of assignment to Walter
S. Pidcoek As.-ignee's bond filed i.nd
approved by clerk.
Estate t Pe'.er Hoizhammer. Order
approving ex' cution of deed. etc.
Es'ate of Allen Bresn than. Claims
I feel it my duty to say a few words in
regard loEt' Cream Bilra, and I do so
entirely without solicitation: I hive
ued it more, or les half a. year, an-t h ve
f nind it 1 1 be most admirable I h.ive
guff -.red from citaTb of the wn kind
v r since I whs a little boy and I never
hopi d for cure, but Cream Balm seems to
do even that. Mmv of my acQaaintaTipe
have u.ii il it viiib excellent results. Oscar
Os ru-a, 4" W..rren ven e. Chicago, 11
Go-id evemiitj! Have you used AH!
tner- is ih need of my saying any'hme
furiher, I m fun you will heeaftr use
nothing bu the famous B'ush i f Roses for
your complexion. Yours with be-t wishes.
Flora a. Jones Soulti Bd. I id.
i tv t'j'! tins eve please at 1". H.
Tho-naa' and learn the particulars.
J- E- Montrose. M
FRIDAY LVE OCT. 2nd.
In tbe circuircourt today the case of
Tollman vs. Peterson is being tried be
fore a jury composed of John Weaver, S.
W. Spickler, A. Bigelow, Edward Nice,
Andrew Finley, Patrick Buckley, George
Hisson, Andrew Grear, Samuel Suman,
Warren W alker, William Evans and W.
The case of Milton Col well for assault
with intent to murder will come up tomorrow.
MILITARY TtCACT AWWOl I ATIOW
Reunion Sept. 3 to 25, 1S1. i'rlnre
For the above occasion tbe Burlington
route, C, B. & Q. R.R., will sell excur
sion tickets at half rates to Princeton,
111., from all stations within the district
of tbe military tract.
Tickets to be sold Sept 22 to 25 inclu
sive, good to return until and including
Sept. 26, 191.
Ask your local agent for particulars.
To Iowa, Mo., Kan., Ind. Ter, Colo.,
Neb., Minn., or the Dakotas, over the
Great Rock Island route. Sept. 15 and
29 are the dates you can buy tickets
low rates round trip. Ask any ticket
sgent for tickets over the Chicago, Rock
Island & Pacific railway . This line runs
to all tbe states above mentioned, and
offers superior through car equipment.
Limit on tickets, 30 davs. Enquire of or
address K. E. Palmer.
Pass. Agt. Central District. Peoria, El.
G. T. &P. A-C.. R. L fc P. Ry., Chi-
It is very important in this age of vast
material progress that a remedy be pleas
ing to tbe taste and to the eye, easily
taken, acceptable to the stomach and
healthy in its nature and effects. Pos
sessing these qualities, Syrup of Figs is
the one perfect laxative and most gentle
HETTIE BERNARD CHASE,
Supp!tt dbya fl:ie cumpaay or llrin.at'c Ar
ue,8, and the famous Gulden (-fat l .artette,
in Ler L.i. ft. Heel and Great Hay,
A Romance of Alaska, by One. W. Chae.
Trne friend? . like ;vy c'inglng to the wall.
Stand siae by 8 de o; b tb together fall.'1
Special S. tnenr for Three entile Actf 1
The Utt a-Vhipwrcck Scent 1
The vVontlerfnl Ice fslacir r Scene !
with Grand y I lamina fd Aurora Bore&'.i.!
Seats on t ale vept. 3 th at Harver llou?e Phar
ma.y. Prices. 2i, 5i and 75 cent?.
OrricE, Rooms 3, 4, 5 and 6 Masonic Temple,
Why not pay the same amount to the Borne
Bui'ding and Loan Association each month that
you are now paying for rent, and acquire a home
of yorr own.
Lans awarded at lowest rates.
&toc& in the firs', f eries my be bad upon ap-
pl cation to the secteiary.
I have a large number of old-
faBhioned whisky glasses, hold
ing on an average one-third as
much as a plain half pint tum
bler. The demand for common
jelly glasses is go for in excess
of ihe visible supply that I
have concluded to offer these
tumblera, assorted, at 23 cents
a dozen, while they last. They
are of the very best glass,
highly polished, useful Jn many
ways after they are emptied.
GL M. Looslbt.
CHISA, SLASS AXD LAMPS,
180S Second Avenue,
Highest of all in Leavening Power. TJ. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
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11 j&m&gi eQ
Still going on apace at
. MeCabe Bros.
As heretofore we shall continue to
offer special inducements to buyers of
dry goods and any goods in our entire
stocu during the progress of our alterations.
Our roof is now being put on as fast
sworkmen can carry it forward, but
'. VC ill Vfit. Via CAVpral Have hafAra n.a
shall be able to use our rear addition
tne rooms up stairs-
It is impossible to enumerate the var
ious cut prices we are offering or the
many extreme novelties we i-re receiv
ing each day as the fall season approaches.
Special values in new Millinerw will
be shown on Monday, all high class
novelties now being opened.
resist calling especial attention to onr
recent ' arrivals of fall and ' winter
DRESS GOODS, wbich department
has never before been so popular as
Our cloak and jacket department is
a continuous pleasure to both ourselves
and our patrons, compliments on the
purchases for this department seem
most hearty and sincere.
The early bargains which we are
showing in stylish jackets, ought and
undoubtedly will give us a lead over
Conventional designs in draperies
in Daghestan, Tokio, silk finished
madras, Stanley, Holland dados, plain
Hollands. The celebrated Minetto
shades in plain, dados, gilt and prints
considerably below the usual prices.
1712. 1714. 1716 1718. 1720 and 1723 Second Avknub.
: NEW GOODS :
Art Store. The Fair.
Oak easle9, something new. ew Mines.
)ik screens. ''w Tovs.
Vlbums. Nw Dulls.
,'icture fr mes. Can't mention tbem all. Come and set
-'rape tissue paper is used for all kinds fr yourself.
of fancy work. Watch for our
Ve now have a laree stock SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
So. 9 drawing books. next week-
GEORGE H. KINGSBURY,
1703, 1705 Second Ave. Telephone 1216.
A iine Line in the Newest Styles, the best
Assortment Ever Shown at Lowest Prices.
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT,
1811 und 1813, Second Avenue, EOCK ISLAND.
You Can't do Vithout:
Dr. McKann's Celeteu Cougli Syrup,
The very best pr:pration made for Coughs. Colds, Bronchitis, and ail lung and
CURES LIKE MA.GIO !
Good alike for children and adults. Two s:zes ID and 25c.
Thomas' Celebrated Kidney and Liver PILLS.
These pills are ttet taking the place of tbe more expensive remedies for all kidney and
T rfT'VT9 Becmre they are easier to take, cheaper in pr'ce acd give tetter
x -1- rteulti.
Give them a trial. None equal tbem. The proprietor will forward tbem to ary &ddre by
mai', on receipt of price, 25 cent, a bottle. Made only by
T. H. THOMAS,
Rock Island HI.
- Special Shoe Sale -
300 Pair Men's Shoes,
250 Pair Ladies' Shoes
REGARDLESS OF COST
Men's Shoes. Regular Price $3.00; reduced to f 2.25
Men's Shoes. ' 1504 00; " 2.75
Men's Shoes. 5.00 5 50; . " 3.75
Men's Tan Colored Shoes, 4 00; " 3 89
Ladies' Shoes, " 2 50; 1.75
Ladies' Hand Turn Shoes, " 3 00; 2.25
Ladies' Hand Turn Shoes, ' 3 5U; " " 2 75
Ladies Hand Turn Shoes, " " 4 50: 3.25
Remember there is only a limited amout of the above bargains, so come early.
Central Shoe Store,
1818 Second Avenue.
Elm Street Store,
2929 Fifth Avenue
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