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THE ARGUS, MONDAYV AUGUST 21, 181)3.
1 WONDROUS VICTORY.
F. Behan c :
came over to
Denver c. J.
;n, 1 ... F. I:
C'hallies 2c fhis week at McTntirej
Ker. Thomas Mackin left for Ice
land today. '
Read Mclntire Bros." list of spec
Wanted A youn? lady at Krc-11 &
Math's confectionery and ice cream
Mrs. Jessie Roberts returned Sat
urday from the country where she
has been visiting for lOdavs.
Schneider's bargain counter and
Oxford sale now ready with creater
V . . l ' . . , .1"
"arain man ever ociore. i;eai ao. ' $ j llmchin '
-wcinure liros. are making some
special prices this week that will
certainly' tempt the dollars out .'
The contract fur the Sixteenth
street sewer has been awarded t
RosentieM Hr's. The amount i;:-
volved is .
Mi.-s Clara Hampton ha-- left f.r a
few weeks' visit to friend in Menom
ornec. he will als'i vi-it the fair
C'otnty Treasurer Campbell, to
gether with his br'itirr-ir.-Iaw. Mr.
OHaver. ha- returned t'nm an ex
tended vi-it in Indiana and Virginia.
The F.pwi.rth League. f the First
M. K. rhiir' h. are ettinj i:i readi
ness to -ir. v.-.irk this fall, the literary
department meeting at Mrs. Frank
Taylor' thi c eni rr' t arrange b-r
Kxk Island Jolibrn Prove" Superior to
Thaw of Dinport at BalL
Saturday :ifteanoon a nine from
the wholesale grocery houses of Bei
derbeck & Miik;r and Van Patten &
Marks of enport. composed of H.
Howe c J. Chamfers p., V. Da
vis s s.. W. Kulp 1 b., L. Marks 2 b.,
L. Earle 3 b.. it. Warnebold r f.. M.
. and J. Koehler 1 f.,
wipe out a nine from
Sons, composed of L.
Paddock p.. S. Robin-
Kelly. 2 b., W. Broujrh
s., A.Welch r f..
A. Dart 1 f.. an 1 H. Jennings c f.
But oh! what a diitc-renw in the evening-
Who .'.in describe i:i detail
the features d the contest! The
niot consid' u us event, however.
the fall work.
ror sale Mcel cooking range,
mirror, 1khv ease, counter and st ..ls.
nearly i:.w. at less than lia'f eot.
suitabli- f.,r saloon or restaurant, at
1M" Nee,.nd a iT.'le.
A cac brought 1 Katherm.- K..eii
and r.tjjc:-. aaiu-t t hi- ci:v .,!!;.!:.
Iland r-ri ae.-i.iint of the Fourth
t:u: grade has b.-eti entered rli the
circuit clerk's i;ii-- :i urday ! e.
up at the e,tfiiiH.f term of - urt.
Mr. and Mr-. William J:i 'n-.,n re.
turned from th" ea-t Sat i; r.!a V !i : t .
F.a-t o; Tiski'w:, Mr-. Javk-.'.n had a
narrow escape. srviilciri-I
shootii;.' buli-t which -truck the
side of ih,. wii;i! av near where
she was sitting, and glanced o;T.
Prof. Elliott of Omaha delivered
an entertaining parlor talk, on chris
tian science, at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas IbiwJin. .VJ-J Twenlv
fourth street, at : o'clock yesterday
afternoon. There were about it pco
p!c present from the three cities.
So the editor of the Union really
dil receive a reprimand from Secre
tary t'ar!i-Ie for permitting the use
fd the government lot according to
his admission if yesterday morning,
and the proceeds he received are
working a veritable nightmare to
him as he don't know " what to do
with them. They are like an ele
dian. he is attempt ing to have some
body take on" his hands.
was Allan P. Welch's unconscious
left-hand running catch. The Hop
fields were strewn with the gore of
the vanquished Davenporters. Read
the following epitaph:
.14 3 4 5
Rxklvar.d 4 16 0 14-24
Divn?ort 0 0 0 0 1 l
. t M astatine.
A nine coniKsed ofW. Beals. c. f..
W. Zeis, p an 1 1 b., II. Sage c. Kid
Browner p an 1 1 !., ;. Sc-herer, - b.,
i. A. R. Coo J. 3 b.. T. Buck s. s.. E.
Conelly 1. f., Er'tckson r. f., went
tlown to Mu-catine yesterday ami
played a garie of something like
base ball nior like a game of jacks1'
and were leaten to 7.
H. age am Kid" Browner to
Maquoteka tomorrow to play in the
points for Palmar, at the grand
i - I'aiiners' Prizefight.
; A tight occurred seven miles hack
, ot ! ;, i-tip.irt last evening between
i two V"u:i:' r..en named l)avis and
i ir:tf: . They fought three wicked
i, !!, J iiiti,u ,!...,... t .1...
! round dratt was "put to sleei)"
o i:tv;s. lite seconds were Jolin
Jones :uid '-J armer Burns, of this
city, referee. J. Perkins, of llaven
p -rt. and tim '-keepcr. J. Mastersoii,
tun ficlit i!:it Can't Kun.
Yesterday afternoon about oOo
peoj.le gathered at the mile track in
baveiiport to see the foot race be
tween Hayes Muhs. the victorious
prize-lighter, md John Kivlan. The
latter won ly about ll' feet, and his
frieml.s were so elated that he was al
most carried from the grounds. Be
tween $7o'J and l,oo t changed
hands on the affair.
Local World- I'air Visitors.
Freil Griffin left for Chicago today.
W. Freeman re-turned from the
Miss Clara Plum liter left for the
World's fair this noon.
ill Don left for a P day
to the fair hist evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Treman leave
for the World's fair tonight.
Ed. (ioeple and Jno. Dauber spent
Sunday in the World's fair city.
Mrs. J. R. Hollowbush and friend,
Mrs. Williams,-Wt for the fair today.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kough and
sister. Mrs. Jordan, left for Chicago
Between Hi) and l0 people have
gone to Chicago since Saturday even
ing from this vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Mosenfelder left
for Chicago this morning, accompa
nied by their two sons.
Miss Mary Maloney and sister, and
the Misses Maggie and May Brady
left for Chicago this morning'.
Miss Mamie Nevins left this morn
ing for Chicago where die will visit
for a few days, and from thence go to
New York City.
Mr. and Mm. L. (.. Eddy left Sat
urday night for Chicago to attend
the fair. They will ab:o visit Mil
waukee before returning.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Crubaiiirh.
Mr. and Mrs. John Cruhuugh and
Mrs. Charles McIIiigh and daughter
left this morning for the fair.
fire I'iutiters to t (inter.
Chief Brahm. of the Rock Island
lire department, and Chief (iillolev,
of the Davenport department, left
this morning for Milwaukee to at
tend t he eon vent ion of chiefs which
assembles in the Cream city tomor
row. The session is to extend
through three (lavs, and will he at
tended by lire-lighting generals from
all over the country. The ass,. m.
bling tints if experts from nil the
leading cities and the general inter
change of ideas that takes place is
the means of adding something to
the lire-lighting knowledge of even
the most experienced veteran. In
addition io the general discussions
and papers that are presented, the
leading manufacturers of depart
ment appliances have a comprehen
sive exhibit which serves as an ob
ject lesson in what ingenuity is do
ing not only to cope with conflagra
tions but also in the way of life-saving
inventions. Not "a chief at
tends that is not iu some degree
triven more enlarged ideas that have
endeucy to increase his usefulness
a the guiding head of the depart
The Weather forecast.
For the next 24 hours, fair weather
today, probably followed by showers
Tuesday; very little change in tem
perature; easterly winds.
May J iy Attend rheui.
In the prest nee of a few immediate
relatives hist evening, were married
Joseph Ochs. of the well known lirm
of John Ochs Sons, and Mrs. Sarah
May. formerly of Davenport, but
more recently of Rock Island. The
ceremony was performed at the home
of Henry Ochs". W-st Sixteenth
street, by Ral bi Kahn. of the congre
gation lVnai Israel. Mr. and Mrs.
Ochs left on the evening train for
Duluth and will spend several weeks
at Mackinac. By the time they re
turn it is expected that the new" res
idence that .Mr. Ochs is building at
Twelfth and Main streets will be
ready for their occupancy. Thcv
will receive a warm welcome home
from many friends. Davenport Dem
ocrat. There are a great many Rock Isl
and people wl o will be interested in
this interesting event which occurred
at Davenport Saturday evening.
Both the contracting parties have
many friends here, particularly has
the bride, whose home was here for
so many years, and the best ofxgood
wishes will at end Mr. and Mrs. Ochs
in their happiness.
" Klver KipletH.
Sidney passed down
The J. (i. Chapman and Pilot came
The Verne Swain was here as
The stage of the water was 1.20 at
noon: the ten porature Hi).
The F. Wevcrhauser came down
with eight strings of logs and a
barge, and the R. J. Wheeler with
eight strings d lumber.
I' l)ee 1'nllitH.
Henry Terr v. the colored man. who
was arrested f r making awful threats
against August Welding, a saloon
keeper, was li ie, und costs Satur
The police ire looking for some
body who is II mding the community
with counter! dt money. An arrest
was made thb morning on suspicion,
but the suspec t was later released.
Yes! The Rock Island route gives
low rates foi three excursions tiiis
fail. August 2 2d is the lirst one and
the rale is low. Ask any ticket
agent of any railroad, or any agent
of the Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific
railway, and you will be informed as
to particulars, and also as to dates of
the second ai d third excursions in
September an 1 October.
General Passenger Agent.
A Mulitni a ISatik to Keiuuie.
Geeat Falls, Auk. 2'. The First Na
tional bank of this city will resume. A
circular has been sent to all depositors
asking an agreement to an arrangement
whereby they ate to take five installments,
time certificates payable in twelve, fifteen,
eughteen, twenty-one aud twenty-four
months from Aug. 1, 18W3.
otl. e to the 1'uhlic.
On and after Monday, Aug. 21, the
money order department of the Rock
Island postofliee will be closed at 6
p. m. Joas W. Potteb, P. M,
W hy ot "for Better or WomT"
It is a Kentucky tvonian's idea that
the cxat of arms of htr state ought to le
chanjed. In i -lace? of the two men's fig
ures with clssjxJ hands and underneiitli
them the legtr.il, "United, we stand; e";i
vided. we faH." she thinks there should
be the finres of a "man and a woman
with c!aspd hands, the same motto It
tc-atli. Roche tor Times.
Great Sale of
How Time Have Changed.
"Oh. for some new coined name by
which to call him! Oh. for some name
no other lips could give T was the prayer
of Violet until she married him. Now
the is content to call him Old Beeswax.
Notice to Electric Light Contrartcrs.
Sealed r.rapo! wi 1 he rereired at the c it
cteri's effice. Koci 7'nd. tiluio!. nitil 5 o'clock
t. m . Septeirbet 4, lf.is. f r liehiinir th i-tre. t
cf the city by electricity, ibe lamps to be of
standard S.OOiVcMidle jowit each to the number
ol 100 to 140 lights nspe:ic;ed at urert intersec
tion or on pole at uch t'lsc a the cit may
direct, ihe term ofcomr-t to be forfive'je-rs
from D.-cember 1. 1SW The fip.-cificsii ;d can
be seen at the city cletk'r effice. The city re
Sres the r:ht to rojeet ny or nil 111'.
A.H !!i'ErG, t itv Clerk.
Da:ei Rock I-Iard. r.iii ois, iu;. 12 193
RE t)l IN" NEED?
Want a cook
Wanr a partner
Want a leiua'l'jn
Want to reiit rooms
Hunt Hrrirt el
V.'ari! to ;i a inrm
Want to sell a ho-i-e
Waut to txeliance amtbinp
Wart t ell hocstbnM twinls
Want To mf.keany rea.et&le I'?!
War.i to svll -r iraue feraiiytbins
Want to fl:a customer for aiitthinj
, Vsti TliK-E COLUMN'S.
rHK 1AILY ACGL's DEL1VEKED ATYOL'H
door ever'- evt-ii;n(? for ic per week.
THE ARI-T) PHOT jti R AP1I STUDIO. NO.
M-it Sicond MVj-r.nc. K ck Isiani. ha pnt
ont a show ca-e f'f fir e pi-otoiraph-. which prr.ve
that the proprR-'o-. l!jtrr!. is a profcs-ioral in
photorrbplena-. Call an.t eta nine hi w. r.
Th' only cnlirry where tin tywif are nisde. No.
Iri Seco. 1 aver, ue.
September 9,10,11, 12,13,14
$12,000 '.Jl PREMIUMS.
$3,200 1:1 Spre-i C, asses
Four Races Kach Day. One of Which
is a Running Race.
15 1 CYCLE HACKS Thursday, Sept.
14. at 9:30 a. m.
Steam and electric cars direct to
SPECIAL HATES ON ALL ROARS.
For information, premium lists,
and speed programs, apply to
P. W. McMam s. Secretary,
Under the niaiapcmeiit of
CUAS. T. KINDT.
Attractions every evening and Sunday after
noon. Band Concerts. Wednesdays. Fridays and Sun
mejla at ail hour t 35c. 50c and 75c.
Order by Telephone No. HM.
A Common Sense Remedy.
What is moat to be desired in the mtter of
curatives ie somethine th it docs iia work while
yon do yours a remedy that doeB not interfere
with every day duties. Such Is
the "reat nterine corrective and tonic. Ladies
can nave free consultation with competent lady
at H Wnitaker Block, Darenport.
for the next TEN DAYS at f ry
low prices. Call and see them.
FrWHTii m mm,
all sizes. For economy and labor-saving
there is no fuel to
equal a Gas stove.
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For this Week.
Ice Cream Freezers.
1615 and 1617 Stcai d -ivi.u
LADIES' SILK WAISTS -Your
choice of any Silk Waist in the
house, have been $1.98 to $6.75,
LADIES" SATTEEN WAISTS And
all cotton waists at
20 per cent off.
CH ALLIES 5'0 yards,
LAWNS One case 3.J in. wide.
For this Week
SILKS Will continue - .
ces on Silk. C1
and all $1.0' silk-
These include dn -- ; i V..
FIGUERED INDIA -li.Ks v
been 50c to G?e.
VESTS Ladies' 1:. ! . ; y. . .
good as you iisua'.v ; i -,
DRESS GINGHAMS , . ,
1709 aiid 17'.9 aver
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & Alartin
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the lined brands of dome-tic
and im)or.$d ciuars. All brands tt tobacco.
The .core of all the ball games wi'l be received
L. OLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1S0S Second Avenue.
he Columbia :
Special Sale for August.
All shrewd housekeepers will not let this opportunity - i
taking advantage of these low prices. Remember. sjM-. i t;
naineil in this paper hold during August only. One i io- f.i
figures talk; every article warranted. It is important t
these ;o.ls at the following prices; it will be necessary :
early as possible.
Nickel plated Tea Kettle, on copper,
sjl.ox. Don't pay 52.5'J at the
Tin stores for the same thinir.
Tin Cups 1 cent each.
Ziir-Zajr Wash Hoards
5c. 5c. 5c. oc
Our bi (5 in. Rubber Comb, 5 cents,
Ladies Waists from SSc up. A bi
job of samples that we are clos
ing at less than wholesale prices.
No. 8 Copper bottom Wash Hoiler $o
Alarm Clocks Coc: warranted.
Machine Oil 4c per bottle.
Gent's Fancy Neckwear 'Joe.
Satet-n Sun Umbrella- a: 7."
as they last.
Gloria Silk Umbrella
25 cent solid back lla.r li:
clean white center s! it-side-
5 inch plain China I'latt
Shakespear's complete .
Nickle plate Flat Irons at
Ladies' heavy plated Wat -i
a written guarantee w :
last 10 years, price 1.
li. YOUG, Proprietor
1728 Ss-cond w.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic anfl DispeDsiDa Pharmacist
I- row locked in bis Lew huil.lintj at the corr.er of Fifth avtuuc
nnd Twenty-third street.
J. F. BosKsriELD.
Tom Boslm ii
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitter
House Heating and Sanitary Plumbin
G-iFS"isrir jjjoiJorrjro"r?!sr .sjl-."e
- Ladies' Low 8hoes -
' AT THE
In ordfr to mak- more room in our 6hoe depart ment for the ininiene fall stock, which wi;l be in so ti
o lesfeu our etock t.f LADlKfe' LOV SHOES in all grades and style-, comineutii.g Saturday Au". 13 h
Saturday eveuicg, Aug. 19th.
Regular if 4.00 Oxford, at Reduction Sale,
3.00 " " " .
" 2,75 ' " "
Regular 1.75 Oxford, at Reduction Sale.
1.00 ' .
"Whether jou are in reed just now of Cow Shoes or not, it will pay you to invest. Call early, and by so doics
you -et first choice.
Sboe Store 104 Second avenue
Largest Clothing and Shoe Stores in Rock Island Court!
Clothing Store 1729 Second Avenue