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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 181)3.
oW IS THE TIME
To Buy Thafjfew Carpet. 1
VeinyatheifinestlitMipf 'BrusssIs, Tapatry, lav.
aml MatttHgs in the three Wo. ' Ji iii
II .iv about Bsilroofn Suites and Parlor1 StrUt? 'We &rfer' head-'
,n:irti'rs for these goods. , We are showiir a Very 1 fine Trne of' ' -";
l.U'K CUKlAhNS, also our
never oen better, and'tlon
line of 'CHENILLE
t fail to see o ir
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'M ASKrow L!t. j
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-t in the world and only $3.00 can he use I as a qniltin"-frame.
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In Oxfords and ' Fine Shoes.
Too 1 manv summer :shoes . for1 -he time of
year, . Cheap .. prices will move them. Be in
time, and get a BARGAIN. " ;, . :
" BRIEF MENTION.
Hon. E. W.
Hurrt left lorJChickgo
goo cook. Apply
anted A srood
A line and fresh line'af fine candies
just rqceijved at Krell & Math's..,,,
A nioe sandwich lunch every even
ing at Weaver's Atlantic saloon.
Stop in at Weaver's Atlantic sa
loon any evening and get a lunch.
If you use Uest on Kecord flour
Springs, Js.jn , the city vjsituig:uer
friend, Miss jClara. Deisenroth.
Cheap lots for sale in Noutji, Rock
Island, on easy payments, taxes low,
location healthy. " Inquire of M. M.
If you want to iind a cool place and
enjoy a good dish of ice cream or a
line glass of soda, stop -in- tOj JKrcJI &
Math's. t .-...' .
neapolis to spend a week or two
anu mapie, itsaiincstconttctJon'.tp
s. TiniMu-rpJiy ani ,Georgc Mix
Ir., IefHrlast 'evening '""for Min-
I.ailies Russia. Tan
:v!i-h. Were $5.'50.
' Now 3 '
White Canvas Oxfords
Tin and trimmed. Were !j
X..w '.; ' ; .... '
All of our Ladies finest "JIand
I nrnnd OfoYfls, square and'-'pic-!..
Wer. j; NwLsL.OO., '
Cred s Finest Russia, Cajf
Elegant Shoes Hand Turned
Tip and , Plain, yc're . .Now
$2.3;").: . i .-. i . ::
Ladie line Hand Turned Ox
ford pat. quarter and tip. ; Wert, .
2. Now $1,50. . ,
Lots of -Clnldren's Oxfords' too
nuincrxjUj.to mention, at greatly
Children's Tan Shoes reduced.
162? Second Ave., under. Rock Island House.
A Customer Once
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atA CSomer JMays
n pts, mint, winjieri;ree
pl, itfcdlinestcontection'.tp b
had for parties and reeepti&ris" a
Krell & Math's.
The Aiken street "Sunday school
are enjoying a day's outing at Lin
wood today, having gone down on the
Mrs. J. M. Dill, with her daughter.
Effie, of Little KockrtArk., jisrt
citv on an extended visit'. tof ie is).
ter, Mrs. C. W. Neg4s.xJ J f , tj
Wanted A house with about five
rooms and an acre of land within a
mile of the city., yill- ei-ther buy or
rent. Address", S." G,i cafe of this
M. J. Higgins, formerly of this
city, but wlio for the past, couple of
months has been in 'business in Chi
cago, has returned to ths ity and
resumed his old position in 1 the Na
tional Cracker company. He will
probably remove his family to Rock
Messrs. F. W. ,W"?sler, Herman G.
Eckermann, Af tjtftiBjt Fill'.atid Ifenry
Kinner, Jr., lcjiv roib Monday for a
camp on Muscatine Island. They
will take with them an entire camp
outfit, consisting at- r'fiiK, trout
lines, tents, stoves and cooking uten
sils, an.l all that is necessarv to a
tirst-:l;vss canirtingjepedfoioir. Thiv
expect to1e"hWaylhfee"wceks: J 1
fSrpHt KelislouH Exhibition.
The only jnrely religiqjm exhibi
tion in the World's fair city is the
new and "teantiful Cyckrajna,-of Je
rusalem upon the occasio'n'o'rt'he cru
cifixion of the Saviour, on the. corner
of Wabash avenue and Hiibbard
Court. Tins' is not the same scene
that was on exhibition there a few
years ago, but a new and very elabo
rate one, embodying many novel fea
tures anil effects. , Indeed it is claim
ed to l6 nfekiito! tW grtat 'panoramic
of the Chicago fire, the most expen
sive work of the kind in the '.world.
In connection with ;.this superb
scene, and without" extra cearge,' is
shown th& elebrated;vpant.iagi-.
'C h r is t ; s . iTj n m nb at- .n prj-r-i ntw- 4
To th.6!J wishing. f .to get. "a "beMf j
idea rf 'itF-Terat-it'j'
; eustpms4djbmliti pt the'' pftdii4B:
i mope uaysr togemer - wiiu- peruapi.
j the finest modern COu'ceptiOn of the
scene of thciju":ffjidn.2"yill here
! find abundant opportunity for profit
! table entertainment, t-nd the' yoHng
men attending the Mooly Bible Ju
f stitute are visiting this great .exhi
'bition from time to time, as a part
of theirTeIip"iqnfttratnh. r
t IQt Joseph Badenoch, Jr., to ,H.
VTjSnow. and.' J. W ,,Watkins(,!:nwJ
and n60.acres w, and w60 acres t
20, 2e n 30 acres, w" sei 20,
20, 2e, and- nwFand h30 acres ej sei
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;ijD-l58tat of. E., P, Reynolds:;., V,
M, t-Blanding, :S. .,W McMastet ; and
GeargB iF.f Uownes, . appointed .ap
praiser' td -appraise individual an
copartnership projerty'.'-' ' '' :1 '
' -fotntft Its fct fhnrtli.'' I - I'
In years by gone the ;, potatd;!1bu
did its work of destruction in -a mpit.
esjt and unostentatious'; ftmp.ner. 'It
was thorough and effective, but he
did. Jiot proclaim his mission fronv-the
housetops This year; lioweyrf he
has grnwri indepemlrint : and bobl.
Not content with potatoes, he began
to attack people. Sundaji.; night ,hc
reached the height of bin,- nerve and
broke up a Methodist meeting over
in Beverly, near (juiney. Iu f&vA, hs
went where only the frolicksome Ilea
was ''herot6fore " wont ' to ramble;
and " the 'preacher , had hardly
begun,, his. ,. sermon . when tlie
incessant wiggling and : whisper?
ing and tigiting of his. hearers, . who
were largely women; caused him to
stop and administer a reproof.' SoonJ
howeyer, lie' discovered ; the cause,'
for a big swarm . of the bugs took
possession of the sacred desk, crawled
down the minister's spinal , column
and knocked all the gospel iessons
out f him. It was too much for the
good man and he. hastily closed .the
exercises and left the bugs i in - pos
session of the sanctuary and indulg
ing in their heathenish 6fgies'. " The
potatb"biigs' Werfj'so thjck that ; the
lights, drew; perfect swarms .of',.' th em.
ip the, church and .the congregation
had to really llee from their attacks.
I -'"" ' The rtriite't -Dcmn-anor. .' .
I was deliphted to see that the bride paid
her bride.erfiom the compliment rr looking
briKht and happy aiid full of life and fun
as she left the chufcH with" hini." - It was
ploasant to see two such lvappy faces as hts
and hr& Kven when walking to the altar
Miss I'th brides did not affethat absurd
droop of t he Iwad tliat jsome brides think it
necessary to. ailnpt,i as though they were
foUowinif their own funeral. '- :i: . : f .' 1
In a tecent instiuice this was mo absurdly
cxaf.'Kerstl as bo lie quite: lanphabla- - It
is a bad compliiuetit Ur the unfortunate
victim, rwtixliukc near the :altar and watch
in K his chosen wafe rapprpach. wilt a walk
like a policeman's and with every-token of
guilt and. shame in her pose. . It is quite
time that snch rulics'of the days'f 'Ssi-nsi-bility"'
should disappear io favor of a more
natural deincunor. " " ' -'
At the same time there is an opposite ex
treme to le avoided. I remember one
bride, an actor's : daughter, who simply
raced her wretched father up the aisle, mak
ing him stumble over the pedestal of the
fount The spectacle of the bridemaids tear
ing after them in a lively canter brought
tears of delicious mirth to my eyes. One
would snpposa that the; bride was afraid
the gentlemari'WOu'ld.Tun" awarefpre she
reached him. ..M.-uiiledwIaral thatshe saw
a furtive smile pious across the gentleman's
face when the parting procession came to a
pause in front pf( mm, composing them
selves after' their race. London Queen. .
I The School.
We sell sound, reliable, stylish Footwear at
Low Prices. - We ;'have done Jso irr the past, we
do so now on a larger scale than ever. This s
the whole secret of our success.
Savings Bank certificates taken in payment
t or goods.
Second and Harrison SsM Davenport.
11)03 Second Avenue.
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.dent JTertruson, DresideiL. and there
' and Kobinson.'Tlie'larer acted as"
j The Normal writing system was
: adopted as per proposition of Silves,
Berdette & Co. ?;
Bills were allowed as follows:
,; t Kock Island AitcAS, $29.75; Kock
inland U nion, $15: Hock Island Gas
! Co.. fl.20; Kock Island Stove Co.,
j o; C. Speidel, D.To; Weyerhauser
j & Denkmann, $3.80; Henry F. Schill,
The CbU-erf eummerl-icknew-Do
you know that many of the
Summer ailments are due to Consti
pation J he bowels do not.carry off
the waste and poison, and.it goes
through the system. Simmons
Liver Regulator cures Constipation.
Get a 25-cent package (powder.)
For Over Fifty Tears
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the .best remedy for diarrhoea
Twenty-live cents a bottle.
I was troubled with catarrh for
seven years previous to commencing
the use of Ely's Cream Balm. It has
done for me what other so-called
cures have failed to do cured me:
The effect of the Balm seemed magi
cal. Clarence L. Huff, Biddeford,
After trying many remedies for
catarrh during the past 12 years, I
tried Ely's Cream Balm with com
plete success. It is over one year
since I stopped using it, and have
.bULno return of catarrh. I recom
mend it to all my friends. Milton
T. Palm. Beading, Pa.
Ho a a1 tUs Snolltd. -J
A certain Irishman,' having' been, chal
lenged to fight a duel, accepted the condi
tions after much persiiasjou. His antago
nist, a lame man, ujiiUti-d on crutohsK.
When the place for tle shifting hud Hi
reached, the lame man's seconds asked that
he be. allowed to leap-raiftjnst a milestone
whicil jsiirtiened'to ftjiflalthere. The priv
ilege whs allowed, ajrt jtll lame man took
Lis stand. The Irishman and his seconds
drew oft to the distance agreed upon 100
feet. Here Pat's coucage suddenly failed
him, and he shouted to the lame man, "I've
a small faVor to ask of "ye, sbr."' ' ''What Is,
it?" asked the cripple. . Pat answered,. 'I
tould ye that ye might lean agin the mile--post,
and now I would like Hhe privilege' of
leunin agin the next one.'-'- The laugh that
followed spoiled everybody's desire for a
fight, antl tbetyjhoie pa'rtj 'eiitfb,ftfer1ith-t
out a fihotba1ngbein-firea.-iaJii Fran
cisco Argonaut. 1 ot... e ;.
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America's Ie1ft of GratitbdM -i j..
The Christuioized Hihdoo.Jpimiarthar,
told the , Endeavor con venipn that , we of
America ought , to be grateful io India, as
Columbus discovered America while seek-:
let us admit that we are grateful to India
on this account. JVe are also.grateful to
S)ain,-for supplying the numuy through
which -Columbus discovered Anierica, and
to Columbus himself for unking the dis
covery, and to Italy as the birth place of Co
lumbus, and to the natives of Watling's
island who spared the life of Columbus aft
er he discovered it, and to Columbus' par
ents, who gave the world such a child. We
owe a debt of gratitude, as Mr. Karmar
thar of India remarked, which cannot eas
ily be paid at this time. New York Sun.
To t'leaiiM? the Sy8tem
Effectually yet gently, when costive
or bilious, or when the blood is im
pure or sluggish, to permanently cure
habitual constipation, to awaken the
kidneys and liver to a healthy activi
ty, without irritating or weakening
them, to dispel headaches, colds or
fevers use Syrup of Figs.
The Burlington route will sell
round trip tickets, good for 20 days,
on August 22, September 12 and Oc
tober 10. to the cities and farm lands
of the west, northwest and south
west, at low rates.
Send the names and addresses of
your friends i the east to the under
signed, and pamphlets will be for
warded them, descriptive of western
farm lands. For further information,
maps and time tables, apply to the
Burlington route ticket agent, or to
; ;; " ' "' -P::S. EC8TIS,
Gen. Pass. Agt. C.B. &.Q. R. R.,
Fits All fits stopped free by Dr
Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. No
fits after the first day's use. Marvel
ous cures. Treaise and $2 trial bot
tie free, to fit cases. Send to Dr
Kline, 931 Arch street, Philadelphia
Pa For sale by all druggists; call
n yonra .
'ft: ax OKo.ii-t H?l tu it' ;-;
I. Coeon i
ft .at- c
.Mliuttbl, A Coeon f "fcj tank.
M i .0 ir.. i.f -' 0 f (fcfJ8T- AND COES PATuceT
f v' leves no Sodimet on the bottom of tfc est.! ' '''
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Suiain Hon Industrv
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Brewing Co., Beer.
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The . Best .Beer Made,
.: On Tap everywhere. ;
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j - The Rock Island Brewing Company, 'success
! ors ' to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery. I ..
Huber's City Brewery and Raible ; & Stengel's, "
; Rock'I$landrBrewery,as ; Well - as Julius1 Junge's';
: Bottling Works, has one of . the ..itiosf1 complete0,.
Brewing establishments including " Bottling; de-;
j partment:' irii the country.' The product is the"
I very bestn:Beer is bottied at the brewery ,. and;,,.
1 deliyeiredlo : any part of the tri-cities, and may ,:
be ordered direct, from the: head offices on Wo-'
i line avenue by Telephone. "
' "A HAND SAW iS A GOOD THING, BUT NOT TO,
SHAVE WITH." i .. . ;
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, IS THE PRQPER THIP FQR HOUSE-CLEANING
i Paving Brick- for Sidewalks,
' : : 1 During the month of August the ..following
cash prices will .be macle. on sidewalk' brick de-
I I1VCI CU UII IUC MICCt .
. Oil .
No. I sidewalk brick
; -No: "1
l - $9 CO :
: . -. -iv: 8 00 '
1TATI0NAL CLAY CO ,
"-'.oHAS, DAIUltf ACHER, .
I ,. : -, . :i j . 'n.lin,ionr'.T the liiadf street. (. .. .; , -, ,j, , v
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i.-'i '. T ' s. : fiowvr eotitaiil) ob tin...
6reei utu'e 1" .".iSfet .-iJ j;c V Ftewpt Sute . j ,, , .,
j (hi tilockifrom i'tiiiiJ pirk, tl.e larcttij InJowii. , . Ertdy street, Davenport.-1 .
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Cb ii t r ei ct rei ra d B ni l d e r;
ili ll i
Office and Shop 225 Eifli!lee'nih .Street"
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: f AUkiadt of Carpenter work upecialty. Plsssand ettimarei for all kindf of bnlldini - ''
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ROCK ISLAND,. ILL
, City 'Bus and Express Line.
! eipbM." rtocK 1(Im d r Harper Hotels for 'bns or expr
wiiioii and you will receive prompt attention.
' IM.3EKLAKE & SPENCEH, Prop.
.--.i VKHft & ANDERSON.
CONTRAC TORS and BUILDER
AU Kinds or Carpenter Work Done.
General )otDing done on abort not.ee and eansracttoo gnaranteed.
Offtna SVvn T I Twelfth triwt ROCK ISLAND
Lumbago, Sciatica !
Kidney ComplaIntsf ,
DR. SttDEN'S ELECTRIC CELT
1 Wrth Electro- ntlO USPINSORT .
' I1mI Punuf Bca I'lmtwla - -
mKrm 'th-r 11-t-t alir.ia iiiwiiiiui fnai
oreMuaUoD ot btmia nerr Corecst nmaoc Indie
cnOan, omrroam drbliilj. tUtryli 1 1 n m, Unruor.
rbnimaun. kidner. Hwt hU&Hr aS
luwtaek, tambajo, aoatlra. all femato eoBiiuauita!
g"".? JSl " '" all oUMrt. Carraot W
inmmij tdthr w or w finfiii m a aa a3t
pMlaat bWQ ve.
jg?"1' " faflad, and waabadaaS.
mSSSeSzfi W 'l" ' ni nnTamiiai
Washes everything from a tine
silk handkerchief to a circus
tent; Lace curtains a specialty
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' No. 1724 THIRD ,AVE
' A. M. & L. J. PARKER,
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