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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, JUNE 21), iSDU.
Go to the Tower tomorrow.
Snrinn- chickens at Hess Bros.
Ladies' shoes 85c at Dolly Bros.'
See what 83c will do at Dolly Bro
Kosa May at the 'Lower tomorrow.
Concert" at Kim street garden to
night. Otto's band at lliueher's garden
Men's work lace shoos only 83c at
Otto's band at Hincher's garden
Strawberries, bananas and oranges
at Hess Bros'.
Otto's band plays at Hincher's
garden this evening.
Balloon ascension and parachute
leap at the Tower tomorrow.
Rosa Mav makes her balloon ascen
sion at the"Tower tomorrow.
Wax beans, tomatoes and cucum
bers at Buncher's grocery.-
Shoes and Oxfords far men. women
and children 85c at Dolly Bros.'
Charles Kahlke left for Chicago to
day to go on duty in the Cook coun
JUxsa May's balloon ascension and
parachute "leap tomorrow afternoon
at the Tower.
The Light Guard band of Moline
has been" engaged to play at the
! Tower Sunday.
A new flag pole is being erected
on the court house for service ou the
Watermelons, blackberries, plums,
pineapples, oranges and bananas at
J. XT. Caldwell and wife, of Rural,
are happy over the arrival of a little
son at their home.
The Mary Morton will be up this
evening and the Pittsburg is expected
down on Saturday.
To be sure that a grocer has what
you want in the way of fresh vegeta
bles, go to Hess Bros'.
Any person having bills against
the city must tile them at the city
clerk's ofliee ln-fore noon tomorrow.
Driflill & Gleim will be open Sat
urday morning at their new store.
1723 Second avenue. Will K.John
son's old stand.
The following list of potted moats
can bo had at Buncher's grocery fr
picnics; turkey, tongue, chicken, ham,
beef anil roast beef.
Ox tail, mock turtle chicken,
boullion. consomme and mullara
ba:ifv soups can be had at Bunch
er's Spencer xpiare grocery.
David Lahan. an employe of th
Uoek Island Lumber company, was
taken to St. Anthony's hospital yes
terday. IL- is suffering with typhoid
Capt. W. A. Marshall, in charge of
the Hennepin canal construction, ar.
' rived at the Harper this morning
from Chw,lrrt. and went out to Milan
to over the work.
The little child of Charles Hart
man on Forty-fourth street that was
so badly burned a few weeks ago.
was discharged from St. Anthony's
hospital yesterday entirely cured.
Lieut. William Kdwards, formerly
of Coal Valley, now located in Shelby
county. Iowa, and who has not been
back "since the close of the war. is
calling ou old friends hereabiuits.
For sale cheap. 12-horse power en
gine and boiler and machinery for a
carpenter's shop and box manufac
tory. Call on Hayes & Cleaveland,
general insurance agents.. Bengston
block. Kock Island.
Mrs. Minnie Winters, who has been
visiting lure for some time, left this
morning for Chicago accompanied by
Isaac Gardiner, who will visit at the
World's fair, after which he goes on
to Syracuse. X. Y-. on a visit.
Miss ()s!,.,rn. who has been visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. IJ. C. Wi'.lert'.n.
left for her home at Seattle last even
ing. Mrs. Frank Carlton, of Dos
Moines, who is also visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Willerr hi. b-aves for home to
The Coiu:ii:!t:i:i iu." of th- War
Crv. the ;:l:-i:tl o.-an of tin- salva
tion army, has made its appearance
and is be'i :ig dit i ihut ed by the l'oek
Island corps i! i- a wry creditable,
as well as interesting publication in
all respect s.
Uncle John Warner came down
town o. lav aiid greeted some of his
many friends for the lirst time in
many moons. Mr. Warner was ac
companied by his son, John K. War
ner, of St. Km I. who with his fimi
ly, is paying an extended visit to his
Some surprise has" been occasioned
about the C, B. & Q. depot by the
decapitation of one of the passenger
conductors on whose neck it was sup
posed the ax would never fall. But,
as one railroad man put it, can't al
ways tell where the lightning is go
ing to strike.
11. P. Stoddard was yesterday ap
pointed postmaster at Edgington,
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder, No Ammonia; No Alum
-Used in Millions of Homes 40 eare the 8tandard.
tliot. ITnn. Won T.
WUICU 3 v lUtuvv "
Cable knows who are entitled to ue
mocraev's honors in the lower end of
the count v. and that too much time
should not bo lost in conferring
xMotor car 37 of the blue line in
charge of Motorman Smith eollHlea
witlone of the wagons of the Amer
ican Express company near the Mo
line avenue barns this morning. The
accident was caused by the driver of
the Waon getting out of the way of
one car' and directly in the way of
another. The wagon was somewhat
damaged though not seriously.
It is now understood that we are
about to lose a jxirtion of our World's
fair railway service by the Kock Isl
and changing the time of the Rocky
mountain limited, which it is said
will be done next Sunday. Under
the new time it will pass west shortly
after 1 J o'clock at night and arrive
t'oing east about 3 a. m. The train
thereafter runs only between Chi
cago and Lincoln, Neb.
Trleky ToorUU WtaS Pitt Hotel yn to
'You think that big hotel can take
care of a pood many people, don't
J-ou?" said , the assistant postmaster,
pointing' to a tall caravansary, "but It
tjuld take seven storiemore on top
of it to accommodate all the people
who have their mail sent there.',
"flow is that?'" asked a bystander.
"Well, you see, everybody that has
ever heard of San Francisco also
knows of some big hotel, and people
co:mnj out from the East tl their
friends to send, their mail to some
such place, because it sounds well and
people always want to appear to be
traveling1 first-:lass. But jt is really a
fact that more than half the mail
which comes here addressed in care of
the fine hotels is ordered elsewhere in
the city, and those tourists who are
supposed by their friends to be reVel
ing in the luxury of a high-priced ho
tel with a grill room are really stop
ping at some four-dollar-a-week lodg
"Trouble! Well, I guess it does make
trouble for us who hjive to separate
a"l those letters and send them to
other addresses, but the friends at
home are pleased and the vanity of
the tourists is gratified at our ex
pense." line; m inner.
If the French duels verJ attended
with as many casualties as a recent
newspaper apologist would have tha
world believe, the population of "La
l'.elle France" would suffer considera
ble reduction, for S.oOO men are shown
by statistics to have engaged in what
was intended to be "mortal combat"'
in that country during the year ls'.r.'
Of the S.lMirt participants less than half
a dof.cn yielded up the ghost on the
altar of "personal honor."
Two or 15isuarck Ititiug Kemarks.
"In the tete-a-tete, "says Bismarck,
"a woman speaks aloud to the man
who is indifferent to her, low to the
man she is near luting, and keeps
silence with the man she loves." An
other of his aphorisms is: "Reading a
medical book one fancies one has all
the maladies it describes; similarly
when reading the works of a moralist
one discoveis all the faults he points
out in others.
lit'lii-iiiK Sea Arbitration.
OTTAWA. June .(-. H. Macintosh, M.
P., lieutenant governor of the Northwest
territory, has returned from Paris. He
says that while the United States case is
considered weak there the question may
cot be settled jiiite to th? liking of Can
ada. Thisistar.cn to mean that the Can
adians in the ca-e in Paris Lave an intima
tion that Great Britain is preparing, even
if she wins, to enter into arrangements
with the United States that will restrict
the seal fUbin.LC.
Sroreo at the National iame.
CHICAGO, June ?X The scores made on
League base ball diamonds were as fol
lows: At Pittsburg Philadelphia Is,
Pittsburg : at Cleveland Washington
s Cleveland S; at Cincinnati Xrw York 8,
Cincinnati ; at St. Louis -Baltimore 5,
St.' Ix'uis 14: at Louisville Boston 12,
Louisville Vi: at Chicago Brooklyn
It.ter-C'ollegiiite University of Illinois
0, Vanderbilt t'ni versify 2.
tpniirihn artd the World' 1-air.
. Cl.KVLAM, June 'Z. At u meeting of
tl e cabinet of the Epworth leagu e it was
decided bv the passage of resolutions to
instruct the secretary "f the league to
v.llatraw the exhib.t of the league from
la. ''Vorld's fair on account cf the Sunday
fcheatntism Caret ia a Day.
Mvstic Cure" rlwiimatism and
neuralgia radically cures in on to
three hivs. Its action upon the sys
tern is remarkable and mysterious.
It removes at once the cause and the
disease immediately disappears. The
first dose greatly benelit.-i 75 cents.
Otto Gkotjan, Druggist,
Notice to Carpenter.
Carpenters' and Joiners' Union, No.
166. will hold a meeting at Hillier's
hall Sunday, June 2, 1893, at 2 p. m.
All members are requested to be
present. M. XV. Battles,
Cor. and Sec. Sec.
FATHER'S STRANGE ACT.
Bla Daughter Married and lie Pat
Crfcpe on the Door,
Long streamers of white crape hung
from the door-knob of the little mil
linery store of Charles Simon of Mil
waukee, lately, while below was a
card bearing the inscription in Ger
man, which, translated, was an an
nouncement of the death of Simon's
It was intended as.an expression of
Simon's feeling1 toward his child, who
was united in marriage to L. D. Gold
berg of Marion, Wis. Some months
ago Goldberg's first wife died, and,
while still in mourning for her, he
met Miss Simon. It was a case of love
at first sight on both sides, and a few
weeks ago when the horseman made a
proposal of marriage he was accepted.
The betrothal was not to the liking of
the girl's father, who strenuously op
posed the math. ' But, despite his ob
jeoii6ns, tnVcouple were married.
Vfhen Simon Keard of the wedding
h e i wa s eoKged oey ori4 measure, and
fiFdered his daughter to leave ins
door forever, jftid wok" her trunk from
hep room and pjjedit upon the sjde
ijjk in front of the store. Eater It
was removed to thg resilience of neigh
bors, micre Mr. and Mrs. Goldberg
spent the afternoon, leaving at night
for their future home in Marion. Af
ter puttiug the young woman's trunk
.. . . i . . . A. t ' ;! i - i
in tu street oiuiua viuieu u uuuer
taking establishment and obtaining
some crape pinned it upon, the door.
This attracted a cTowd, and when
Simon saw that his actions were being
watjhed by ajiinterstedknot of spec
tators, ho delivered an address, in
which he delared that his daughter
was "dead to him. " So violent were
his demonstrations that his neighbors
became alarmed at his actions and no
tified the police authorities, and two
officers were detailed to watch him the
remainder of the day..
S03JETIHX0 to remember;
if you're a weak
or ailinjr woman:
tiiat there's only
none medicine sc
sure to help you
!... I, 1... -
one medicine so
JL J ok fee J. It's' llr.
Vy 1. - l'ier-e's Favorite
' icrces ravcunK
iS-' i'reseription. In
builiiug .up over-
deliccte women, or
In any 'female
weakness, if it ever fails to benefit or
cure, yc: have your money b:;ck. It's
an invigorating, restorative tonic, a
sooth;: -g ?.v.; srriigthesiing nervine, and
t f ik and vt:i:H retnedy lor woman's
ills Mid ai'ments- 1 re .-tibites and jiio-
n'.f.tps :.l: th:' '''
and pains, 1
r fu:icti-n:t. Jp.iprpves
. ;!:e hiood, dispel
end r -tons ::!i'i and strength.
Xothdivf e!-e k-.iv. be :.s el:ea;. With
thi-:, y.i jury cniy tor the ; d you get.
KK tV IN NEED?
Whi.i n Cf'k
Want a partner
Want il ciua'inn
Wnt to lent rooms
Want ferviiit jr:rl
Wun: t fell a firm
Want lo sell a houre
Want to exchnrire arnrtinir
Want t- cll liouse-hoid c'is
Want lomflVenny reaiestne 1
W a: t to svll tr'rade U r miytl tii;
'V:ir.t !i fiuU custome rs f-r Rnttiitir
VSK THF.-E COLUMNS.
riKK DAILY AltOl'S iSI.IVt i;STi AT V'
''oor .-v, r event 'm S Jl isr i.vr Wf-'it,
rUCYOJ.E KEE TO ANY 11:Y O : (i'ltl.
whwil work for tl No nn ii. v ntH'l.
s'amp for par'ifu'rtra. WritJ tr 1 it-It tal'ub
!j.h:n; i o., lli 11 1 Ueartxirn strte". t hiciU' .
is the tie-t kin lotion in use. It rontalns iu
mineral orilv eubstanfo. Sulil I'jr
THE WARREN BROWN CO.!
Koom 15, li!t'H Hiock. tJivcnprt c-mer
Third himI Hrsdv.
4 Mi'.lirnl Ircntic coiilJili lrir murh iiifr-
marioi) anl ninny valuable tvtcijtls frt v nntn
Correct Prices, to which we invite inspection.
Sloe Store l?04JSecond avecu-"
THE' "QUICK MEAL" is the only
tore having a tan inai cannoi oo ia- tn
for filliiiK. nnlcua the burner arj cl aed.
THE QUICK MEAL" is the only
utoVB haviim an indicator to s'iow whon the
burners are opt L or closed.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
tt"ve havlne s!m tu'wa to abow the drip
jii.R of ea olino when the at .v in ue.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
stovo havins bnrner t. at caniit be opened
farther than neevsstry.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
rov having all par 8 made of material
which ranno- rust.
1615 and 1617 Setvi d Avenue.
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & Martin
-Base Eall Headquarters.-
Cipar Store and Billiard Parlor.
.Alwaj n hand the nm-ft brands of dou i-s-tic
xp't ini;Kir:rd ritars. All biand f tohacco.
Tlir fcorc of alUhc ball game wi'l bo receivKd
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop..
1S)8 Second Avenue.
all the latest agonies in
Hot Weather Clothing,
M C NTIRE
Hot f eaiher Goofls.
Hth are eome tempting
As good as usually sold for
ladle-' ribbsd vests
Ab Kiod. as is usually sld
r2 ill. wouM be cbeap
enough at 12c, for
Brings out the low prices.
Tatont Md sticks
Rird C'ajrt-s i
4Sc and tip.
Chil.ln n's Hlack
HuSl" ,"u up.
Ladies" Siik Mit.
2c and tip.
(ilass Sauce lislios
Lomcii Si jtiof.i'rs
t 'all and see mir
:!o" tii C1 if.
V K YOl G, Propria ror
1728 Second A v.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic anA Dispensing Ptiarmacisl
I : -v 1 ckiiiI in bis new l.u:T.-1insi at lhu corner of Kif'ii mv. uui
and Terly. third street. . ;
J. F. En-tSFitLD. Tin R.i-i:s-illt
FluEQbers, 3team, Gas -Fitters.
House Heating and Sanitary rinniiiin.
i Largest Clothing and Shoe Stores in Rock Island County
Hot Weatlier Goofls.
In iark grem d,
Extia values in
Linen Tow 8,
Woolen Dr-es Goods,
By gettiDg first-class goods
at lowest prices.
Hair 'rim h i
and ( nrcr.
I'arlor Mut. lu
ll c pkir. 12 j
A Nol.i.v ;;:
im uap i
La.!;.-' Ii. :;
f fclll "n- l: I ..
;5 Twentieth ?tr.
tJtore 1729 Second Avenue.