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THB ARGUS. SATURDAY. AUGUST 8. 1896. CITY CHAT. Pay your water rent. The White Seal this evening. The best broom Lee's Little Gm. Rubber tired baggies at Cralie A Co's. Turtle toap at D. Sje's. 2610 Fifth avenue, tonight. Free atone pach-s must go at Morton's tonight. Bicycle repairing, llvnea & Hyuef, Sit Twentieth atrett. Lunch A turkey lunch at (Con ner A Brouh's tonight. Dr. J. K. Holluwbusb was at U-u today on professional business. One of the une.tt the turkey lunch at O'Connor A ItrougtTs tuni;ht. I'on't be fooled; see that you pet Carse & Ohlwciler's bottled goods. Dr. F.tnily Wright has changed her residence to 606 Twenty-third street. Rev. B. bask, of St. Mary' church, has returned from his northern trip. A turkey lunch, and a lovely one, too, at O'Connor & trough's tooight. Jualice David llawes has gone to Folton to spend a few days with his on. Hicydss $15. -'). '.'.'. J0 and $i5 at Hynes & llyces, $l Twentieth stretit. Mr. and Mrs. S. Tells and little daughter leave for Silver Lake this evening. If you want the genuine, never fail to call for ( 'arte at Ohl wuilcr's crowned stopper goods. Hemetnber the excursion to Clin ton next Tuesday under the auspices tit the T. M. C. A. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Du Voc, Jr., 710 Twelfth street, have a new 12-pound daughter. Mrs. A. Hanna leaves tonight for Jtuniansville, Mo., for a two months' Visit with relatives. Choice white oats of last year's western Iowa crop, fur sale at J. S. (iilmore's warehouse. Mrs. l' li. McKown and daughter. Cora, have gone to Commanche, Iowa, fur a 3-woeks' tisit. Co Into the White Seal this even ing and get a bite of lunch. A mu sical treat will also be given. The M. W. A. expect a grand log rolling next Thursday. Some of the head oiKcers are to be present. Kev. W. K. Kimball, of Madison. Neb., will speak at the V. M. U. A. tomorrow afternoon at 3 p. tu. Miss F.llen Kitcliell, who has been visiting with Mr. and Mrs. T. It. lal. returned home tu Evanaton today. Orlando Uusscy was arrested for Treating a disturbance at Kmhn's saloon on Seventeenth street last nl'ht. Miss Alio? Mtirrhr. of Intllefontan, Ohio, Is visiting her sitcr. Miss Margaret Murphy, (106 Kightcentb street. T. K. Harper' horse ran away on Surnnd avenue last evening, but was overpowered before any damage re sulted. The postponed trolley party of Fay Hawes camp 2SI, li. N. of A., will be given Saturday evening Aug. 16. Albert Itonber, son of Aid. V. Dau ber, was relieved of his watch in the crowd at the Kock Island depot this afternoon. William McF.alry boarded the train carrying W. J. Brjan and went to Anawan, where he delivers an nd !ros tonight. The Tri-Clty band anil an orches tra will furnish the music on the ex cursion to Clinton next Tuesday by the Y. M. C. A. Trinity Mission chapel Is to give a social Tuesday evening at the chapel at the corner of Seventh street and fourth avenue. Tlx Davenport Mile Track associa tion has arrauged so that the Tall races may be conducted this fall as nsual. after all. The White Seat. Hilly Cattoa's handaome new sample room, will be auspiciously opeueil this evening with music and a delicious lunch. Farmer" Burns will meet his friends at Billy Catton's opening of the White Seal sample room this evening. A grand musical festival and lunch. A tree lunch at Joseph Cutzweil ler's, 15mi Second avenue, and a No. 1 horse horse and buggy will be given away to the one holding the mraj nu rarer. A south Kotk Island gardner's team ran away on Seventeenth street todsy. but th'o most serious result was the scattering of vegetables imnr me sireei. Blcucr's band has arranged for an Awarded Highest Honors World' Fair, CREAM MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Crape Cream of Tartar PowJct. Free twn Ammonia, A!-xn of try other adulter int. mm excursion to Clinton cn the City of Winona and bar?e. Little Verne, Sunday. Au. 1C, the rate being 0 cents for the round trip. By patronizing Cralie & Co.'s liv ery you get the best of turnouts at the most reasonable prices. Exper ienced men are in charge and only careful drivers are furnished. .The Y. T. S C. E. of the Chris tian church gives a 'awn social at the residence of Virgil Warreu on Second avenue next Tuesday evening. Ice cream and cake served. Everybody inviteJ. The Kot-k Inland Merchants Pro tective association has an invitation to attend the annual celebration of merchants' day at Schuetzen 1'ark in DaveDport Aug. 1J, arranged by the Davenport association. The beautiful new steamer City of Wincna and barge. Little Verne, will take an excursion to Clinton Sunday, Aug. 9. Boat leaves Kock Island at 7:3d a. m. and Davenport at 7:3d a. m. Tickets 50 cents for the round trip. The Tower Opera company will conclude its engagement tonight. The Chimes of Normandy" will be sung. Last evening's performance attracted a good sizsd audieoce and the charming opera was cleverly given. Irving G. White, an employe of the Kock Island Buggy company, and residing at 415 Fifteenth street, and Miss Theresa O'Conncll, of Mulioe, were married Thursday evening at the pnrsonage of the Fi"rt Methodist church by Kev. F. W. Merrell. Coroner Hawes with jury com posed of II. A. Weld. II. M. McCos krin, J. J. Knnch, Harry Wickman and Frank Kluge, huM an inquest over the remains of Charles New berg yesterday afternoon and returned a verdict that death was due to acci dental drowning. Drs. J. P. Comegys, J. K. Hollow bush and E. M. Sala were chosen a committee at the meeting of St. Anthony's medical corps lat even ing to cooperate with the Woman's Christian Temperance union in the movement to induce the city to pur chase an ambulance. One of Undertaker B. F. Knox's teams attached to a carriage became frightened near the Kock Island de pot this morning and took a spurt up the avenue, colliding with a tele graph pole and demolishing the tongue and dashboard of the carriage. Then the animals were caught. It's the talk of the town. Every one seems delighted with the pros pects of a week-day excursion to Clinton on the steamer City of Wi nona and barge, Little Verne. The Y. M. C. A. boys will be delighted to see all their friends on this com ing excursion, Tuesday, Aug. 11. Thn Chicago Browing company has placed on sale today one of the pur- ot and best mult foods ever pro duced for invalids, loss of appetite or lannnid feeling. It works like a chnrm and as an invigorator it can not be equaled. I be directions for using are on each bottle. The malt food can be bad of any druggist or direct from the company. The com pany has also placed on the market its bottle beer in pints and quarts. Telephone SOC.'Kock Island. "I'll go with my family, for they need an outing," is what one man remarked when solicited to take in the excursion to Clinton Tuesday. Aug. 11. The Tri-Clty band will discourse delightful music durintr the day, and a 100-rat e ride on the river will prove a pleasure to all at tending the excursion given under the auspices of the Y. M- C. A. Don't miss this delightful ride and visit wirti friends on the steamer and barge. George T. Gosling, Ernest Wen sell, a? man named Ingwersvn, of Clin ton, and another will have a swim ming race from the Rock Island bridge to Manhattan Beach Monday at 2 p. m. William Haase has gen eral charge of the match and Ed Libber is starter. Oswald Schmidt ill be flagman. Otto's band will furnish the music, and a number of boats will keep near the swim mers to guard against accidents. I: will be a companion event for the race across the river last summer from ferry dock to terry deck. BOUND OVER FOR BIGAMY. lamas Martin Ballevttla Alt Martin Rail Faces Two Wives. James Martin Belleville, alias Mar tin Kail, faced his two wives in the police court yesterday afternoon and after Magistrate Schroeder beard the stories he bound him over to the grand jury on a charge of bigamy, fixing his bond at fSOO. Twenty-six years ago the accused man was married under the name of James Martin Belleville, so declared wue me urst. aue says they re sided in Muscatine nntil four years ago, wnen ne gave ner the shake. Mrs. Belleville unraveled her tale of woe between sobs and several times she made advances toward him who bad vowed to protect her nianv tears ago: but with scorn be would repulse ucr. Wife the second, who was formerly Miss Alvina Marvin, of this city. iu sue was marriea anoui a year ago to Martin Rail, whom she dis covered proved to be a man of two names and as many wives. Yon OUffht to know that when an fering from any kidney trouble that a safe, sure remedy is Foley's Kidney " rt - . - vurv. uuarameea or money funded. Sold by M F. Bahnsen. re Gladness Comes With a better understanding of the transient nature tf the inanv rhvs- ieal ills, which vanish before proper ef fortsgentle efforts pleasant efforts rightly directed. There is comfort in the knowledge, that bo many forms of sickness are not due to any actual dis ease, but simply to a constipated condi tion oi toe system, which the pleasant family laxative. Syrup of Fi?s. prompt ly removes. That is why it is the only ifiuedv with millionsof families, and is every where esteemed so highly by all Vim VHIIH fTi-Wllt llMultK It 1 1.-T1.1 tw ! 1 effects are due to the fact, that it is the one remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating the organs on which it acts. It is therefore all important, in. order to get its bene ficial effects, to note when you pur chase, that you have the penuine arti cle, which is manufactured by the Cali fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by all reputable druggists. If ia the enjoyment of good health, and the system ia regular, laxatives or other remedies are then not needed. If afflicted with any actual disease, oue may be commended to the most skillful physicians, but if in need of a laxative, one should have the best, and with the well-informed everywhere. Syrup of FifTs stands highest and is most largely used and gives most general satisf actioa rr ii n j'!! I IIAmtKlMrV I aj J W to Eat, FRUITS . . . 1 Jlueberries, Plums, California Peaches, Free Stone Peaches, California Pears. Grapes, f ananas. Pineapples. Domestic Plnms, Apples (eating and cooking) Crabapples. , Muscatine Watermelons on Ice. Muscatine Muskmelons. CHICKENS . . . Dressed Spring Chickens. VEGETABLES . . . Wax Beans, Cucumbers, Roasting Ears. Radishes, Summer Squash. Beets, Sweet Potatoes. Tomatoes, Carrots. Celery, Egg Plant. AH of this and much more at Oxford Sale. Every pair of Oxfords and summer shoe Men's, Women's and Children's REDUCED. Low prices prevail. Don't miss this opportunity. SPECIAL, New line of Men's QQ ioo New line of Youths' Oflfi Shoes 5UC THE BOSTON STOP THIEF! NEW BICYCLE Free if Tours is 4 i Stolen. Cost $2 Annually. American Wheelman's Protective Association. C. C. TAYLOR. BESS BQOS. There Are Honest . And Dishonest Refrigerators Just as there are honest and dis honest men and women. On the refrigerator depends most of one's home comfort the pleasure of eat ing, lightening of kitchen bothers, less cleaning to do, saving of men tal worry, time to do things all this and more, too, comes from the honest refrigerator the tricky and iuade to sell" sorts beware of. THE LEONARD "CLEANABLE" Marks the highest point yet made in refrigerator making 15 patents cover its construction Is dependa ble in every way and helpful the pride of the housewife. We'd like to show it to every lady In town. DAVID DON. 1615-1617 SECOND AVENUE. The Desire of His Young Life UIAS ATTAINED when the small boy raised the necessary fee for the big foaming glass of soda water at KKELL & MATH'S that h had been coveting so long. The people of Rock Iland hav long ago dis covered the delights con tained in the cold, refresh ing oda water drawn at KRELL & MATH'S, where the great American delicacy of Ice Cream Soda Is served in every flavor in its most alluring form. Try one of our DELICIOUS EGG DRINKS Nothing more healthful and invigorating. KRELL & MATH, Phene 1156. 1716-1718 Second Aye. Straw Hats Worth 50c to $t Our Mr. Mosenfelder is in New York placing orders for the manufacture of our Fall and Winter stock. All summer 4 . goods must and will go. The reduced prices will move them quick. A splendid opportunity to buy now. Ladies' Stock Collars ' 10c Big Reductions We are now presenting a stock of Carpets, Rugs, etc, that imkes a clean jump over competition. Just as guns beat the bow and arrow, so we surpass all rivalry in the artistic and picturesque attractiveness of new paterns in it Wiltons, Brussels, Velveis, Axoisters, IngraiBS, etc Manufactured exclusively for our trade. To make your home delightful and your rooms as pleasing and inviting as possible, give our carpets the iloor. Now is the time of year when you can have a carpet laid with the least trouble. Bear in mind our stock of Furni ture is unsurpassed, and we invite inspection. ? I Cemann & vrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrj Colona Sand Stone Quarries Sawed building stone, Ashlar and trimmings a specialty. For cheapness, durability and beauty nxcelled by none. This stone "o3S not wash or color the wall with alkali, eto. Plans sent us tor estimates will receive carefnl attention and be returned promptly at our expense. Quarries 12 miles from Rock Island on the C, B. & Q. K. B. Trains Nob. 5 and 10 will stop and let visitors off and on. Bridge stone, corn crib blocks and foundation stone any size desired. Samples of Stone and Photos of Buildings can be seen at Room No. 12, Mitchell & Lynde's build ing. Address: Arthur Burrall, manager, Rock Island or Colona, 111. Greatly Reduced Prices -A-l" 1 I 1729 Second ave. M LEADERS IX OUK DAVIS COMPANY BBATWO AKO VBsmLATMO UOIIIIIt. TOTAL erio mm ii ffrMPN Oerm ffm rruui rilTER Cheaper Than SEIVERS & CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS. All alads Of aaipanta wot dene OfRn nri Shop Ml Twelfth atrt THE 118 to 124 Eighteenth St. HI in Tan Shoes. I s Salzmann. LINE. CHAMPION - . FILTERS 1 a Doctor's Bill. ANDERSON tal Jofbuut eoce oa abort boUm aatf aaUti actioa laaraplMS ROCK IRLAWn V Boys' Waists i 50c Worth 75c to $i i Ladies' Shield Bows 10c i i J 43 tiaju Tm standard. 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