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THE ARC UP, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1SJ5.
LOW GERMAN MY.
Parade and Picnic at Huber's
MEN 15 LIKE AND SPEAKERS.
Tb Object of the Organization a Dero
tloo to tlie Mother Tongue of Holland
and a Purpose to Perpetuate It Todaj'e
While the immense labor proces
sion was moving down through Sec
ond avenue from Twentieth street
thia morning, up Eighteenth street
from the ferry landing, beaded by
Iileuer's band, came a parade of 100
men arrying banners and wearing
badges, and stepping to spirited pa
triotic airs. The marching organiza
tion turned down Second avenue a
block in advance of the head of the
labor column and proceeded west to
Fifteenth, south to Third, east to
Sixteenth and north to Second, then
moving as far as Market square,
where it halted to view the indus
trial pageant as it passed on its way
to the picnic grounds. The second
parade included the low German or
ganizations of Rock Island and Dav
enport, and later the participants
went to Huber's garden to celebrate
in their own way and according to the
teachings of their order, which is
simply to perpetuate their mother
tongue, and all low speaking Germans
are entitled to membership.
The Organizations and Speaker.
The two organizations taking part
are the Clans (iroth guild of Daven
port and the Plsttdutschen lirueder
of Kock Island. At the picnic
grounds Clans (Irow, of this city,
acting as president of the day, de
livered a short address of welcome
and introduced George Hadenfeldt,
of Davenport, who delivered the ad
dress of the dav.
John IlMsrlxierk, Jr , lOll.l 1 1 East Third
We expect a great many visitors to
the Davenport Fair ami Kxposition,
and among these guests will be many
farmers, merchants, professional and
working men, etc., where it will-be
of interest to call their attention to
Mr. Hngcboeck's saddlery establish
ment, that they may profit by look
ing over his large stoek when in
Davenport. The proprietor of this
establishment is himself a practical
harness maker, and employs a good
number of men who are turning out
the best work in double and single
harness, farm harness, whips, buggy
pillows, axel grease, and everything
appertain'ng to a lirst class harness
and saddlery shop. His prices are
most reasonable and the goods dur
able and strong. ,
Tho success of Mr. Hagebneck in
his business "is proof enough of what
we say. He has enlarged the busi
ness to double, capacity by adding
his other store od the east side and
combining them through an archway.
His repairing department is com
plete. All orders are promptly at.
tended to. Wc have known Mr. llasie
boeck from his. apprenticeship up to
this day, ami can fully recommend
his work and dealing. 1'lensc call
and convince yourself 109-111 Kast
Third street, Davenport.
Col. AlMf-kenxle Cumlnc;.
Col. Mackenzie, assistant to the chief
of tho engineer corps, who is also
n member of the Missouri commis
sion, left Washington yesterday for
the purpose of making an inspection
of the work being done on the Mis
nissippi river between St. Louis and
St. l'.iul. He will make Hock Island
his headquarters, and his old friends
will be heartily pleased to meet him
HheiiinatUiii Cured lu 11a J;
'.Mystic Cure" for rheumatism and
neuralgia radically cures in one to
three days. Its action upon the sys
tem is remarkable ami mysterious.
It removes at once the cause and the
disease immediately disappears. The
lirst ilose greatly benefits o cents.
Sold by Otto Grotjan, druggist, Kock
Island, and G. Schlegcl & Son., 220
W. Second street, D.tvenport.
All members of Camp 309 M. W
A., arc requested to meet at their
hall tomorrow afternoon at 1 o'clock
to participate in the funeral of Krnst
j. wanson. crmer caiups iiitivcu.
Hv order J. K. Swasn, W. A.
Tin, K.et In Chranee.
Foley's Sarsaparill.i is from three
to ten "times strong in blood cleans
ing qualities than any other proprie
taVv medicine. For tale at M. F
Kahnsen's drug store
I rial size
A sl.tll width has Lain under wsMef
for 00 yeara may explode if brought to
Highest Honors World' Fair.
' MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Frae
bom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
The city council meets tonight.
Frank Bowman is back from Bos
ton. Remember tomorrow night's con
cert. Buy your school supply at Eck
Read Mclntyre-Reck Co's ad. Full
Morris Kosenlield is considerably
Will Kcator is back from his out- j
ing at Mackinac.
Henry Peetz, of Kansas City, is
Misses Clara and Hattie Hampton
Sundayed in Chicago.
T. F. LaVelle has returned from
a trip to Washington and Boston.
A musical treat in Mrs. W. B. Bar
ker's benefit concert tomorrow even
ing. Mrs. W. B. Barker's concert occurs
at the First M. K. church tomorow
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Truesdale wel
comed a new daughter into their
home last night.
Mi9s Olga Junge has returned to
Omaha to resume her studies at St.
Feathers, wingj, tips, birds and
aigrettes less than wholesale prices
at Mclntvre-Keck Co's.
New fall dress goods arriving with
every express at McCabe's. The
best go lirst; come early.
Mrs. Blackburn and her head mil
liner. Miss Kinney, have gone to Chi
cago to purchase fall stock.
Max Hellnenstell and sister. Miss
Augusta Hcllpenstcll. have returned
from their Winona sojourn.
Comforter making commences
soon. itn this end in view, Mc
Cabe Bros, will sell nice white cotton
batts at 3c each.
The commissioners to locate the
new western insane hospital, meet to
frepare their itinerary in Kock
The Rock Island's fast mail was
an hour and live minutes late this
morning, awing to an accident to
the air brake pipes at Juliet.
In Jnstico Weld's court Saturday
John Schultz and Chris Storr wete
lined, respectively. $10 and $5 and
costs for ussault and battery.
The cheapest place to buy school
books, tablets, pencils and all kinds
of school supplies is at W. Trefz &
Co s. Ibey carry a full line.
Miss Jennie Kane returned to
Chicago this morning to resume her
duties as public school teacher, after
spending the vacatioa at home.
The newest and most stvlish things
in exclusive dress patterns which
will be seen in Kock Island this sea
son, now on display at Mclnty re-Keck
Judge Bigelow convened the Sep
tember term of the circuit court this
afternoon, but adjourned without
action until tomorrow morning at 9
Mr. and Mrs. William Brittinghani
ami son departed for their home at
Michigan City, Ind., this morning,
after a visit with City Attorney Haas
There are nt least 500 young men
and ladies in the twin-cities who
ought to enroll in the various de
partments of Augustana college next
If you wish to secure a collegiate.
normal, musical, business or ihirt-
hand education, you should not fail
to enroll at Augustana next Wednes
The residence of Mrs. Banm,
Twelfth avenue and Nineteenth
street, was entered this morning and
$I.G0 stolen from a pocketbook.
The thieves escaped.
Feather collarettes 25c, long feath
er boas (J2c, pretty birds 10c, ostrii h
plumes 19c, etc., etc., will give some
idea of Mclntyre-Ktck's way of sell
ing feathers, birds, etc.
Tomorrow evening at the First M.
E. church occurs the testimonial con
cert to Mrs. W. B. Barker. An ex
cellent program has been prepared
and it promises to be a delightful
Miss Hutchinson, of Davenport,
became suddenly unconscious in
front of the Harper at noon today,
and fell heavily on the walk. Dr.
Merrvman was called to attend her.
and she finally recovered.
Summer corsets, 50c ones 15c at
Mclntyre-Ueck Co's corset sale. Five
lines of dollar corsets are C9c this
week, and splendid 75c corsets in
black, drab and white at 57c will make
thing hum in this busy store this
Introductory sale of Babeskin soap
at McCabe's. " To more thoroughly
introduce this excellent medicinal
soap, McCabc will present one cake
froc, witn every package oi soap
Regular price of this soap is 26c a
package, of two cakes, commencing
Tuesday a. m., the price will be 19c
Misses Kate Brennan and Essie
Ittircb, of the substitute list of Rock
Island public school teachers, have
been advanced to the regular corps
to fill vacancies caused by tae resig
nation of Mrs. Jessie Lis'ton and C.
U. Tavlor. The board will meet this
week to revise a conrse of study for
the High school.
Only 2T per cent or itoCipiiul CT
country is owned by icen holding fcc
twovu"$ 100,000 worth and $1,000,000
worth of property.
Children Cry for
1895 September. 1895
Fr. 1 Sa.
3 9 1 10 i 11 ! 12 13
16117 18! W 20
O. A. R. Attention!
For the Louisville encampment on
Sept. 10-14. 1895. the R. I. & P. rail
way will make a rate of $3.75 for the
round trip. Tickets on sale Sept. 8
to 11, good to return until Oct. o.
Through cars to Louisville for the
exclusive use of veterans and their
families will leave Rock Island Sept.
10 at 8:05 a. m., and arrive at Louis
ville at 9:05 p. m. Tickets good on
all regular trains Sept. 8 to 11, in
clusive. For full particulars inquire
of R. Stockhoi'se, G. P. A.
To the Davenport Fall.
Sept. 2 to 6 inclusive, the C, R. I.
& P. railway will run a special train
from Twentieth street depot direct
to fair grounds. This train will
leave Twentieth street at 1:20 p. m.
and C:50 p. m. daily. Returning,
train will leave fair grounds at 5:30
p. m. and last train at night alter
fireworks display will run through
to Twentieth street depot.
Tho first buckwheat statn is New
York, with 280.020 acres and 4.C75.735
bushels nf product.
Brings comfort and improvement nnil
tends to personal cnjiyn'.ciit when
rightly used. The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
leu expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
the needs of physical lieimr, will attest
the value t health of the"" pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Fips.
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial prnjrtica of a erfect lax
ative; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headaches ami fevers
and permanently curi"ig constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
met Willi the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every object i-mable substance.
fyrun of Fitr is for sal? by all drag
gists in'uOc and $1 littles, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
package, also the name, iyrup of Fig,
and being well inf.nncd,"vou will not
accept any substitute if oficred.
WANTED A GOOD COOK AT 8110 FITH
COMMISSION AXO ACCTIOX-ALL KINDS
of goiu: hnu:.'ht and sold, disrosed of either
at tr.v.-ite silo ir at auction. liarris & Irvin,
i.nt oeeouu avenue.
FOIt SALE MY HorSf.HOI.ri GOODS BY
piece or lot. Aim a line I, vear-old borne,
suitable for delivery wuon or surrey. W I)e
Pons, 3S1 Twentieth street, above Hansen's ero
ce.y. rRJANTED-A RELIABLE, ACTIVE GEN-
v iiemanor ncivolr.v.l ror rcliible e-tab
Yfhcd house. alary 7S1, payable $15 weekiv,
and moncv advanced for expenses Situation
steady. References. Frclose self-addressed
nnmpea envelope, u. a. uese, president. Col
lIOrsEItOLI GOODS AT AUCTION-AS 1
II amahontto leave t!ie e'ly. 1 wi'l e 1 my
i:,,.ipru- mi jiie. f-rinM!iiiiir or parlor set. red
ro-.in sks, hard coal stov.-. conk stnva. puanlini.
e-nvs, China wae ware, carpet, chair-.
' en-. m.e-ion lnesitay. McpiemnrrS.
lews, at No. ltal statu avenue, sle to commence
m-.iutmiK in ine mornirg. u. c. Uurrls, auc
tioneer. Di iin: Brophy.
VEWMINHS DISCOVEKKD-Sto Avn more
ia made duily on email invistments by our
r ew plan of systematic grain ana stoek specula
tion. Fullest investigation solicited. Past
workings of the plan ami highest references fur
nishi d Send for oar free booklet tellirg how to
make money, even on the wrong side of the mar
ket; also our dally marktl letter, wbat and
wuereto nuv. Active representative wanted
A. (jilkoke 4 Co.. Omaha bnildine, Chicago, 111.
tica Yaur Home ai 1ac it InturtcL
Insurance and Loans.
Room 4, Mitchell & Lynde b'ng.
r- i i
Eernan Smcke Consumers.
The (oft coal furnace hoc represented
ur.dr the naaie of Kcmaa Smoke Con-suic-,
has been coustru Ud on scientific
principles, and tbc Discharging of Urate!
Air into the fire cbanber Ma been ao reg
ulated that just a sufficient a -noon t enters
the furnace, and at the proper degree of
heat, the result ciuti..g a Perfect State of
CombnatloQ, no volatile cirLon ecup!cff
within the fire chamber, No Six t Gather
ing in the Flue or Smoke Pipe, and "o
Dense Volumes of Black Smoke issuing
from the cltincey. Wc are prepared to
furn'ah estimates on beating and ventila
ting. A full line of Bard con', Eoft coil,
or wood furr.aces of the bist makra al
ways on hind. Call and examine them.
1615-1617 Second Avenue.
The best place in the
three cities to buy
Ice Cream has beea
found. It is KRELL
Go there, you can find
all kinds of Candy,
Gum, Fountain Soda,
Nuts, Cigars, Ice
Creams, Ices, Glaces,
Cakes, Pies, Bread
Come and See us.
We like to have
KRELL & II ATI I.
1716 and 1718 Second Ave.
Phone 1 1 56.
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES ON ALL
SUMMER : CLOTHING
Our Mr. Mosenfelder has been in New York for some time placing orders for the manufac
turing of our Fall and Winter Stock. All summer goods must and will go. The reduced
prices will move them quick. It is a splendid opportunity to buy. now. Better not miss it.
ClOtllin Sllld Sh06S.
Mclntyre-Reck Dry Goods co.
1709 and 171 1 Second Avenue, Rock Island, 111.
A Corset Sale.
If eeL'ing pood roods at unprecedented prices is
any inducement we will not ho aide to wait on the
people who come to buy corsets here this week. 25
dozen corsets in black, Orab and white, made like
dollar goods, we had intended stirring the corset
trade up with them at 75c, but for this week they are
yours at 57c. Better get a couple at the price.
Five lines rf el. aunt dollar corset. Czatina. W. B. 8;iecla1. Tr.
Warrens H-nlth and Coraline. the S. C UifiU Butt : for this special tale
Ibey will be CUc.
F.-ir trie sa'e we offer full lines of the beat flttlrar corset" mad . m
Clnoirctae Itoyal Worrhester, Schilling's American Lads. Bal.'a Kabj,
the P.H . the W. B.. Ihe K. G , Loomere Mode Bast. Arm rslde. etc.
Also fen is Bros1, peerless waists for ladies, mis-ice and children.
Summer Corsets Go Too.
The Si corsets at 69c.
The "5: corsets at 9X
Th: iOc corset at 15c
y tantity is limited, come early.
Children's excellent corset waists at 37c ins'rad of 50.-; jnnn; ladies
corset waists at 57c instead of bo: ; lac lea' corset waists at Wc instead
With snth an cnosnal amonnt of birpntn offering In this depart
ment, you should lay in a tupply now for the seas n
Twenty-First Street Addition
Fine Residence Lots in this
addition For Sale on
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 line walnut, 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,
Boom 21, JQtchell k Lynda Sloc
The Portage Entry
Successors to the Portage
Red Stone Co., also to Furst
Ken & Co.,
LAKE SUPERIOR PORT
AGE RED, BROWN
AND VARIEGATED SAND
Security Building. 'kNinth
Floor, Madison Street and
M. M. BEIGCxS,
Real Estate, Insurance, Loans
AND HOUSES TO RENT.
Office 1612 Second Ave., Rock Inland.
Prve on hand 40 lots In Sonth Rock IsTaad on
easy ten s; just onts.rte the city limit: onl
water: iow taxes, and ehenp insurance- Ten Iota
on Thirtv-eiirhth street nd fifteenth asenue.
A nutnberof niece of iroperty in the city for I
sale and rent.
1709 and 171 1
To tie Ladies of itie Tri-Cities and Viciniiy
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 $10, and moderate terms for learning the
Mrs. M. A. Thompson, Agent.
Ryan Block, Second Floor, Davenport
SEIVERS & ANDERSON
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All kinds of carpenter
Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street
1729 Second Avenue
on Tan Shoes.
the nrl-e commotion In wish iroods!at week caused an awful up
heaval in this debarment- We do not ia lo carry a yard over till
Sew prices f-w this week. What didn't tell St 100 last week will
mostly be rut in two an 1 priced He.
A lot of last week's ISc styles will go fast at 10c new. Valuta u to
3Sc 'or I." and Inc.
Never sach a wa-bron is opportunity at ihe one bow before you.
Buy, even if for next season.
Dress Goods Novelties.
This week occurs onr advance dfplay vt itntmt d dress natterns
and noveli es. We can y w ii hoot f enr of aurressf ul cotilrart iction that
nowhere else In this tlcinity will you And so eleira-it an assortment at
prices so reasonable. The markets have heen eu.led (or tbeir choicest
products and we await the verJirt of the butiint public with confidence.
Many of these nose ties a.econnned toone dress lniKih of pack style
and early buyers will secure the most desirable putt-rat. '
Fuss and Feathers.
Mostly fea'here. We d not handle millinery unless It Is to elve
you something for almot notrtne as we .hall do tli-s week. It Is an , f.
feriti; walch total chance threw in our way and was promptly Gathered
in lor home distribution at about half usual prices.
T -tty feather collarette only 45c
l.oncfeahe r boa. timy ode.
Kxtra full and fluffy feather boas only 98c. All worth double,
t-'tvity hints at Hc.
Ithck bird, all ncrfee". va'ucSOc. at 31c
lsrrol. value 75c, t S'.ie.
Hi a Ostrich plumes lo
Kxira lone tips. in bunch, worth ft TV, 5Tc.
ltcautUui f l.vS fancy feathers, hue. etc.. etc. et".
All nt'ove in black only and worth at least double nr pticc. Black
it the rage in m lliuery this season.
Second Avenue, Rock Island.
1803 Second Avenue.
General Jobblns; done on abort notice
and satisfaction guaranteed
116 to 124 Eighteenth Street