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THE ARGUS WEDNESDAY, JULY 17. 18J5.
CITY CHAT. Adams1 for shoes this week. Bargains at Adams' this week. California fruits of all kinds at ShieMB'. Harpains in children's shoes at Dolly Bros'. One dollar ami a half to Peoria and return $ 1.60. Fresh Iwrrics received every after, noon at Shields'. Men's tan and black shoes going at $1.99 at Dolly Bros'. Special rale dty tomorrow at Young & McCombs'. Blackberries, gooseberries, cur- rants ami plums at Hess tiros . Twenty per cent reduction ou all tan and white goods at Adams1. Low prices and good goods are what draws the trade to Adams1 this week. That rain of last night could not have satislied the farmers better bad it been accordiug to order. Crcat clearing gale of summer footwear at Adams1, which means money saved in your shoe bills. The Hennepin excursion of the Broadway church occurs tomorrow afternoon instead of tuts afternoon. Dollar for 50 cents in McCabe Bros, millinery department til day Thursday. Every trimmed hat and bonnet at just half price. Care & Obi writer's bottled goods are made from the pure Black Hawk spring water. They are healthful and refreshing. Try them. Over 100 trimmed hats and bon nets to be closed, out at just half price Ihursday at McCabe tiros'. One day, dollars for 50 cents. Miss Bertha l.tichman. accompa nied by her friend. Miss Alice Bow man, of Marshalltown, Iowa, left today for Chicago and northern points of interest, to be gone a month. You should see th wash goods McCabe Bros, are selling this week at 5 cents a yard ll-cent pongees, dark lawns, lace stripe, worth 25 cents, and many other desirable wash fabrics, all for 5 cents ayard. June Orcll, daughter nf Mr. and Mrs. (Jeorge Young, of Forty-fourth street, died this morning at 9:30 of cholera infantum, aged 3 months and 15 days. The funeral will be held from the residence at 10 o'clock Fri day morning. Henry Brakel, hired man at John Motlitt's farm, near Taylor Bidge. was kicked in the face by a young horse Saturday, and died from the ef fects yesterday moraing. The fun eral wa held today from the home of John Mollitt. Blue car 43 jumped the track twice this morning onceon Second avenue anil Seventeenth street and then while turning the corner of Twen tieth street and Fourth avenue. The car was replaced without much dilli culty, no damage being done. The "Club11 saloon changed hands yesterday afternoon. liua J. Stengel becoming the proprietor instead of O'Connor & Ciitton, who have con ducted the place for several years ,Tho consideration was $2,A0O. Mr. O'Connor content plates embarking in other business hero. Clearing up tomorrow (Thursday) nil day we will sell all trimmed hats and bonnets at just om-half the marked price. This means $10 hats and bonnets at $5. the $5 kinds for $.'.5 the $:! ones for $1.50, the $2 ones fur $1, the $1.50 kind for 75 rents, and those at $1. I'd for 62 rents, ami so on with every trimmed hat and bonnet in our house. McCabe Bros1. Argument on the demurrer of the Molinn Plow company to the petition of A. F. Carson, a stockholder who seeks permission to examine the com pany's books, were heard by Judge Bigclow this morning, and the mat ter taken under advisement. Jack son & Hurst represent the company, and Mr. Mcintosh, of Omaha, and V. K. Moore, of Moline, appear for Carson. Car so & Ohlwciler have one of the neatest arrangements in the way of a bottle tip for their ginger ale. etc., yet devised. It consists of a crown stopper, which is a tip and cork com bined, readily removable and read justable, and" with it comes an ingen ius contrivance for displacing it and supplying a temporary stopper if desired. In this way the beverage is kept air tight and always fresh. v tVcnclvrfut! MarTelooa! are expressions frequently heard about cures affected by Clinic Kidney Cure. Do not fail to try this great remedy for any kitlnev trouble. Sold at M. F. Bahnsen's drug store. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. DR; CREAM MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Crape Cresm of Tartar Powder. Free cm Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. EM IMF IN POUCE CIRCLES. Kallto Bradabaw Cone From Davenport to Calibrate. Nellie Bradshaw, a youthful and neat appearing woman, yet one of Davenport's most degraded members of the immoral brigade, was gathered in by Officer Bender last night while in the course of one of her loud cele brations, in which organization water took a prominent part. The Hawkeye town wasn'a wide enongh for Nellie, so she planned Rock, Island in her carousing itinerary, but she fell into the policeman's arms before she got beyond the limit. 1Squire Scbroeder told her that her jamboree would cost the usual $5 and extras, and she produced without a mur mur, breaking the amount off a nice big roll of green fellows which she took from over her heart. A Colored Drunk. Henry Price, the colored individual who made himself so obnoxious about the street yesterday, ended up in Magistrate Schroeder's court this morning, and was assessed $3 and costs for his boozing and monkey shines. Joslix, July 16. Sylvester Dai ley's large new barn, which is 80 feet in length, shows itself across Rock river bottom away into Henry county. At Joslin on the 20th of July will commence the quarterly meeting of the United Brethren church. Kev. Hooker, of Dover, will preach Satur day evening and Elder Weakly will preach Sunday, the 21st. K. Pearsall, agent for the i?oe and Zuma Mutual Insurance company for the township of Coe, handed in to Hugh McCall, the secretary, the other day, 12 applications for insur ance, aggregating, $21,700. Two games of base ball were played at Joslin Saturday. The game in the morning between Coe and Cordova resulted in 13 to 8 in favor of Cordova. The game in the afternoon between Mnnson and Zuma was 2 to24 in favor of Zuma. A letter was received this morn ing from C. N. Searle, of Sac county, Iowa, containing a sample of this year's wheat and oats. They have had abundance of rain, wbicn was shown by the wheat measuring 3 feet, 8 inches and the oats 3 feet, 10 inches in length. The farmers in that section arc jubilant over the prospects. cdnestlav last 1-. 1. urompton. Jr., and his hired band, as thev were working some distance from home, took their dinners in a pail as usual. leaving it in the wagon box as they are in the habit of doing. On un hitching at noon they made the dis covery that the dinner was gone pail, dishes, knives, forks and spoons, and they were obliged to dine with a neighbor. Christopher Whiteside has not been very well for six weeks or so. He was taken very sick about a week ago while at his brother-in-law's. Joshua Dillon. Dr Charles Whiteside, of Moline, and Dr. Bru- ncr, of Port Bvron. were called in. The doctors airreed that the trouble was chietly with his heart, and his nerves are very much affected. There- was a man at Joslin tnis morning who called himself John Heckler, said he had footed it from Hock Island, had come from Kansas, had been put of the train and called a lousy tramp, said he was not a tramp and was indignant at being called lousy, and showed a small tooth comb which he carried always; said he had lost or had been robbed of $'-'() didn't know which. He wanted to get to Sterling, where he had a friend. A collection was taken up and he was sent on his way re joicing. Last week it was reported trial during the storm the roof of James Mills' residence, near Hillsdale, had been blown off and that bis two windmills bad been carried away. F. J. Whiteside, who erected the mills, desires as to say that a portion of the roof was carried awav and some trees were blown over, but that the windmills withstood the storm. If ever onr farmers have felt that there is a God in heaven "controlling our destinies" they certainly felt that way in the morning; after Sun day night's very timely rain. There is not a happier man on trie lace 01 tne earth than the farmer, when the croo prospects have the appearance of recompensing him for his labor. And there is not a more despondent man when everything seems to be going the wrong way. Need there be any surprise if a farmer is running a store account and is carrying a mortgage at the same time that he should be deeply concerned when he aska so anxiously: "Well, how are the crops?11 Please don't tantalize the farmer then, by saving that there is no kind of weather suits him. Ml'LTlM ix Pabvo. ''Nothing Venture. Nothing- Hare. Kev. John Reed. Jr.. of Great Falls. Mont., recommended Ely's Cream Balm to me. I can empba size his statement, "It is a positive cure for catarrh 11 used as directed. Rev. Francis W. Poole, pastor Cen tral Presbyterian church, Helena. Mont. It is the medicine above all others for catarrh, and is worth its weight in gold. I can nse Ely's Cream Balm with safety, and it does all that is claimed for it. B. W. Spcrry, Hartiord, conn. The Weather. Generally fair and slightly cooler weather; light, variable winds. To day a temperature. 74. Children Cry to' Pitcher's Castoria. AT TUB WATCU TOWER. AH This Week. Afternoon and evening and every evening and afternoon all next week, Harmon's World Famous Royal Hun garian Gypsy Band, from Bada Pesth, Hungary. Ten eminent ar tists, producing soul-stirring, match less music. Mid-summer musical festival. The finest organization of its kind in the world. Also, same dates, "Tills Marionettes,11 me chanical, ventriloqual novelties, shadowgraphers, manipulators of au tomata; a most pleasing and enter taining performance for children. Don't fail to attend this week. Re served seats free for the children. Daily excursion cars afternoon and evening. Valuable Laada For Hale. There will be a public sale of Mo line real estate, being the property of the late 3. W. Wheelock, and in cluding $150,000 worth of city prop erty by order of court od July 20 at the city hall building in Moline. The property consists of improved and unimproved city lots, (residence and business) also tine acre property within the city limits and adjacent thereto, and other real estate. Terms: One third cash at time of sale, balance in one and two years at 6 per cent annual interest, secured by mortgige on the property sold. For particulars apply to Tbeodokk Wheelock, Commissioner, Moline. Or J. B. Oakleaf, Att'y, Moline. Matrimonial Moatnaja. The wedding of John Martin, one of McCabe Bros1, popular salesman, and Miss Tomniie Claussen. has been announced to occur next Wednesday at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. John Ohlweiler. Cupid has planned an alliance be tween a Second avenue merchant and down town yonng lady, the blissful event to be celebrated before the lapse of many moons. And there are others. KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly us?d. The many, who live bet ter than others and enjoy life more, with less expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's best products to the needs of t-hysiral being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy, Syrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleas ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect lax ative; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers and permanently curng constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical profession, because it acts on the Kid neys, Liver and Bowers without weak ening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Fijrs is for sale by all drug gists in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is man ufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only, whose name is printed on every package, ali the name. Syrup of Figs, and being well informed, vou will not tccept any substitute if offered. JITEiMII WANTED DIX1XU ROOM GIRL AT KOCK lUod Uonee. FOR SALE A LA DV'S Fl RST-cf . ASS' WT1E EL for vale cbeap. Annly at US! Sev. nth vr. one. iyANTEn-A POSITIOX BY FIRST -CLA- ' , ? j 1-. or aaresa low Wabiuton street, Davenport. FOR SALE CllEAP-A SICE FOIDINO BED. two Charter Oak avea and three invratu carr-eta 8iS Twent'eth ai leet. COMMISSION AND AUCTION ALL KINDS or good bought and sold, di.ro.ed of either at i-r.vate sale cr at auction, liirrii Irvin, 1511 Second tvenne. W 'ANTED A PARTNEK IS AN OLD Es tablished baeinea in Rock I-land with 11.000 In enh cr wrnrtty. Will gnrantee tA01 lcr year for inveetn.ent. AddreaaX.. Ihia otce. NEW M'HKS DISCOVEWED-$ft AND MORS made daily on email InT.otmei 1. by oar rew p!an of pyatemalic grain and Mock .pe-nlm- work Inc. or ihe nin and biizhe.t refrreneee rnr- niahi d Send for oar free booklet tell rg bow to make money, even no the wrong tide of the mar- ari; aieo our quit vareei letter, what and wbre to huv. Active repreMntativea w.nted. A. UiLnom Co Omaha baildinr. Chicago. IU. Own To-jr Ham aid liar U afvrvaT. Reidy Bros. Real Estate, Insurance and Loans. Boom 4, Mitchell & Lynde b'ng. Telephone 1003. How he Dogs Eat! GREAT SCOTT, How he does eat! That is your husband since you cook his food on the New Riverside Range. The New Riverside Is the finest cooking ap paratus on the market. If in need of a stove, it will pay you to call and examine them. DAVID DON'S 1615-1617 Second Avenue. Notice to Wheelmen! AND EVERYBODY! We have the "Latest" for everybody who rides a wheel. It is not a Bell nor a Lantern, but it is the ex quisite Oransre and Lemon fcalices. They are perfect thirst quenchers. They are only 5c a box. so you 'had better get a box at onr. because you will be riding along sometime, and get a great distance from water. Then if you get thirsty take one of the 'slices," and you can ride A MILE A MINL'TR. Everybody is invited to try these, because they are de. licious to eat. But if You Are Bound to Drink Come and call for one of our latest drinks. Here is a list of a few of them: I CLARET, KQALED, TRIL- ; ; BV COB, TERICI VITA, ; : MIKADO. CHERRY GLACE We have all flavors in phos phates and sodas and the linest ice cream in the tri citiea. Krell 2Math, 1716-1718 Second Avenue, l'hone 115C. 75c for all Straw Hats from fl.25 to 12.50. 50c for all Straw Hats from 75c to 1. 38c for 75c Straw Hats. 25c for all 50c Straw Hats. $1.98 for a lot of Children's Suits worth from f 1.50 to $3.50. 12.95 for a lot of Children's Suits worth fiom $3.50 to $4.50. $3.95 for a lot of Children's Suits worth from $5.00 to $7.00. 20c. 22c and S8c for Home-Made Shirt Waists and Blouses. Children's Fast Black Hose 10c. Worth double. ' Everything always as advertised at the reliable ccunty offering $1,000 reward to anyone who than the price asked. Mdntyre-Reck Dry Goods Co. 1709 and 171 1 Second Avenue, Rock Island, III. HARD AT Slashing prices and PRICES will be the Silks, Challies, Wash Goods. Black Artnnre silk, value fl, at 62c. Fine black satin Datchesse, value f 1.12, at 72 J c. Cheney Bros, printed China silks, handsome pat terns, worth $ 1. at 49c. Kiikai and fancy crepe silks of all kinds, worth op to 62c, at 25c. Finest all wool French challies, light grounds, silk striped and plain, very handsome patterns, value up to 62c, at 25c. 500 yards line black figured lawns, value 12Jc, at 5c. 15 pieces more of that 12Jc figured dress ducking, price for this lot same as last, 6c. Thousands of yards of pretty wash goods going very cbeap. Early buyers secure the choice selections. Bargains in Fancy Work. 175 tinted stand mats, value 8c, at So. 50 center pieces, value 10c, at 5c. 200 tray cloths. 16x24 and 18x27. stamped in the latest patterns, usually 15c and 18c, choice for 10c. Tinted table covers, value 20c, at 10c. Large stamped center pieces, value up to 25c, at 10c. Skein silks for working any fancy work bought this week, per dozen, 15c. Twenty-First ttreet Addition Fine Residence Lots in this addition For Sale on Easy Terms. This addition is located be tween Twentieth and Twenty-second streets and Tenth and Twelfth avenues, and nearly every lot in it has upon it a fine walnnt, elm, hackberry, or other large tree, and is already provid ed with abundant shade. These lots are in the very best part of the city, and the most desirable for resi dence purpose of any lots in the city. Apply to M. M. STURGEON, Attorney. Boom 2X, IQtehall ft Lynda Bloc The Portage Entry Quarries Co., Successors to the Portage lied Stone Co., also to Furst Neu'& Co., PROPRIETORS OF LAKE SUPERIOR PORT AGE RED, BROWN AND VARIEGATED SAND STONE QUARRIES. Security Building, 'Ninth Floor, Madison Street and Fifth Avenue, -Chicago LI. M. BRIGGS, Real Estate, Insurance, Loans AND HOUSES TO RENT. Office 1612 Second Ave., Rock Island. Pave on band 4(1 lota In Ponth Rock la'and on eaytere; jat oateide tba city limit; Kood i water: low tazea, ana cnenp inpuraoca -j-en ioib ! on Thirtr-elghth rtreet nd fifteenth avenne. I A nnmberof pi cea of property in the city for : aalc ana rent. July Sale at PREPARING IX. moving carloads of watch word tor the MADAM KELLOGG, Will during the month of July make dresses at reduced prices. Perfect fit and neat finish guar anteed. To k Ladies of itie Tri Cities anil Vicinity CUT AND MAKE YOUR OWN CLOTHING. Ladies wishing to do their own dress making should secure and learn the famous KELLOGG SYSTEM, which is equal if not superior to all others in the market, by calling on or addressing the undersigned. Will also teach the new method of boning, the only stiffening in dresses, etc., that does its work in a satisfactory manner. The Kellogg System with full instruction given for $io, and moderate terms for learning the boning process. Mme. Kellogg, Ryan Block, Second Floor, Davenport DC FOR FALL. All Ladies' Shirt Waists at half price. 25c for 60c Underwear. 45c for Underwear worth 75c. $1.95 for Men's Pants worth from $2.50 to $4.00. Special bargains in Boys' Long Pants Suits. Bargains in Men's Suits. All $6.60, $G.00. $5.50 and $5.00 Men's Shoea at $4.38. All $3.00 Tan Shoes at $2.00. All $2 Tan Shoes at $1.50. 200 pairs of Ladies' FineShoes, all small sixes, worth $4 to $6, at $1.0j One-Price store. Only dealers in Rock Island can or ever has bought from them for less nice Summer Merchandise. BIG VALUES AT LITTLE coming week. It will pay you to investigate. fcirasols Prices Hit Hard. White parasols, have been 1.25 and I1.S3, at 75c. White and fancy parasols at 1.75, 12.25 and $2.50, now fl.25. Very handsome white and fancy parasols, elabor ately flounced, chiton and lace trimmed, at $3.25, 11.75 and 4.25, will be only 2.48. At these prices an early selection kls advisable. A Skirt Sale at Almost Half Price. Wash skirts, box pleat and ruffle, value up to 6'c at 25c. r Wash skirts, nice satine skirts, embroidered skirls, value $1.12 and $1.33, at 75c Vine aatta eklrta. enhroMerea and plain, S-mflla aatla akirla. ellk ruffle akirta, etc, value f 1 .8f . fl S and 1 SB, at tie. Ppeclil ra'aen In (ilk akiita and tuinmer Moreen eklr:n at reduced prirca. Dock drroa ekirt. dark colort, value $1, at 69c. oat the canceat to wear with ahlrt we'ita. Children's Bonnets at About Half Price. AH over embroidered binnet. rack edge and pompon.wjrth 25c, at 10c Verrftee embroidered bunncta in a doa a Miles, Value 38c, 44c and 48c,at5c. Handaome bon eta, have b;en (Sc. 73c 87c and Wc for this wtek,4c LATEST NOVELTIES IN DOT GODES CAM BE ailV AT E. F. DOR.V, The New Merchant Tailor. 1822 SECOND AVE Harper Honna Blonlr