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THUS ARGUS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1898.
ENCAMPMENT OPENS. Continued from Fifth page. Veterans' Union, much to my regret. I deeply appreciate the cordiality of the invitations extended to inc by vour organization, the mayor of Rock Island, ami the several citizen com mittees, and send congratulations and best wishes for all. William M Kixlev. At 8 o'clock the trolley excursion started. The Woman s Veteran Relief Union holds its sesionsat K. I. hall, in Carse block. TONIGHT'S WAK CUSt'EKT. the CITY CHAT. Ma.lcal Event la Connection With Encampment at tbe Theatre. Tonight occurs the grand war con cert at Harper's theatre. It promises to be a tine musical treat. Features will be tbe siuging of a chorus of 100 voices, under the direction of Prof, (j. R. liousel, drills, the Rappahannock band, solo by Spencer Robinson, etc. The program arranged is as follows: Awmblv Call Bleuer'n Orchestra Eighteen neventy-six C. M. 'arstedt and Chorus lied. White and Blue Muj.HendersboltandaoD Marching TbrouKb Cuba H J. Collins and Double Quartet Mother of Old tllory Mary Tuttle Hall Columbia Male Chonj- Cornet Holo Edith Housel Tbe Star Spantrled Haiiner Mrs. Von Kbeckrilz and Chorus Tbe Kallwav Excursion Maj. It 11. Hendershott Tbe Wall of a Hoy ViririlJacobs lad ni. U flair Double Quartet Tbe Volunteers Answer. Miss Mary Yeaifer and Chorus American Hymn Male Chorus Hhil Sheridan Favorite March Maj. Hendershoit and Son Pat's Patriotic Soliloquy Oscar Iiy Tbe Kill. White and Mlue Mr. W. V. Hnulley aud Chorus I.e Reve d' Armour I jlilb liousel and Hli-uer's Band llu Drill Conducted by Mrs. .lucotis Imitation of a Battle Maj. Ilendcrshott The Battle Cry of Freedom Spencer Kobinson and Chorus Manual of Anns William Waters. Director America. Taps. Th Parade Tomorrow Tomorrow morning the delegates will visit the Rock Island arsenal and thru follows the parade at 10 o'clock. Tomorrow morning occurs the grand prrade, under charge of ("apt. li. C. Cleaveland, marshal of the day. The line will start from Third avenue and Twentieth street at 10 o'clock and move south to Fourth avenue, thence east to Twenty-third, south to Seventh, west to Twentieth, south to Tenth, countermarch north on Twentieth to Sixth, west on Sixth to Eighteenth, north to Third, east to Twentieth, north to Second, west to Twelfth, south to Third, east to Fifteenth, and thence to Harper's theatre. In the afternoon there will lie a business session of the U. V. U. at' lliriwr'. tlii'.-ilri- with r:tiniilire ill the I evening at saengerfest hall. Daren Krt. Tap. Rock Island never fails to make visitors welcome. The grand parade occurs tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock. A big attendance is promised by Cen. Wilcox tomorrow. The l'.'Olli Illinois volunteer infan try tijiens its reunion tomorrow. Postmaster Thomas has thrown the (Kistollice open to the inspection of tisitors. ('apt. William Somerville, of the Soldiers' Home at (juinrr, is among the visitors. Johnny Jones has a tattered flag hanging over his store building, to which he has attached the character istic inscription, ''Full of hole, but full of glory." (Jen. Albert. K. Philippy. depart ment commander of the New York and New Jersey departments, is one of the most picturcsipie looking men in the encampmemt. W. W. Jackson, who is here from Washington, desires the address of bis daughter. Mrs. Emma L. Picrson. of Hedford, Iowa, whom he expected would come here to meet him. The Buy one a Kinship cigar. $3 tan shoes 12.40 at Adams'. Great $2.40 tan sale at Adams". -'.40 ladies' tan sale at Adams'. 2.40 for 13 tan shoes at Adams'. For reliable tire insurance call on E. J. turns A new supply of Ideal cigars arrired today. All druggists sell them. Why do so many people smoke Ideal cigars? Because "they are the best. Sweet milk, cream, buttermilk and ice cream at 111 and 113 Nineteenth street. The Stift-Ix.Dg fight occurs tomor row night at Claus Uroth ball, Dav enport. " Mrs. J. W. Crandall has returned home from a 10-weeks visit to Pacific Coast points. A handsome new Hag of di mensions of 8x12 floats from the staff of the Cen tral engine house. Grand double opera bill at the Watch Tower tonight. --Piuafore" and "Cav- alleria Rusticana." A new daughter has arrired at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Mans field on Eighth avenue. Business property, residence prop erty and lot for sale in all parts of the city by E. J. Hums. No lover of good music should miss the tine production of "Cavalleria Rusticana." at the Tower to night. "Pinafore" for a curtain raiser. Mr. ami Mrs. Joseph Kail yesterday welcomed a daughter to their home, 2719 Seventh avenue. There is no happier or prouder man in town than Joe. The active mem bers of the Ama teur Musical club are requested to meet at the resilience of Mrs. J. R. Kimlial at ! ocluck Thursday to close up the year's business. The date of the musical and social to be given by the ladies of St. Mary's parish. Moline. at Masonic hall, "on Seventeenth street, has been changed to Thursday evening of this woek. Hon. M. v. Gannon, formcrlv of Davenport, anil Hon. James M. Gra ham, of Springlield. speak on the pro posed Anglo-American alliance at th reunion or irisii Nicieties at I'coria Sunday. August 14. The City of Winona, with 500 O. E. S. excursionists aboard, went aground on a sand bar at Buffalo last night. The Denkmann, which was out with a party of voung people, came to her rescue, and after 2-hours tuiririn pulled her into Both boats about 3 o'clock this morning I he contract for the erection of a temporary structure for the Sacred Heart congregation on its property on Fifth avenue was awarded today to M. V. Archer, the lowest bidder, the proposals lieing as follows: John Konosky, fS95: John Spilgcr, fSoo; Heidemann & Schrocder, f00; Hurst & Peterson. $779; II. Tappendorf, 74o; M. V. Archer, 613. The annual business meeting of the Li' I nor Dealers Association of the Thirty-third district, comprising Rock Island and Mercer counties, was held yesterday in Moline. Otto Patting of this citv was elected president, and Herman Schradcr of Moline secretary. Mr. Sehraderwas also chosen delegate- at -large to the State Lin nor Dealers convention, which is to ! held next month in Rock Island navigable waters. arrived at Rock Island Improvement Knocked Out. Proceedings begun bv the city of Moline to confirm the assessment of the cost of the pavement of Fourteenth street, from tilth to Seventh avenues were dismissed at the request of the citv todav in the countv court, after 'Judge Adams had decided that the ciesceni m m v!3Ss? IlW5? . ft I, 1 ... mmmm mm Are guarantee to carry any weight rider over any road. No grade so high as the Sky High Crescent Grade. Ex- Cjqji amine them at DAVID DON'S. They cost no more than the com- gp5gj mon grades. DAVID DON, 1615-1617 Second Avenue. ROCK 1SLASD. 202 EIGHTEENTH STREET rV '98 Tourist Specials $30. '98 Patee Crest Racers $36 Remember the Main . . . BICYCLE STORE IS AT $ STEARNS BALL BEARING LA WN MOWERS . . . '98 Sterns $50. 98 Solar Gas Lamps $2.60. -2 One hundred pairs of Chase Tires sold this year. Call and examine A foil line of Sundries. Cheaper than any place in town. them. Have cups, cones and balk No friction. If they don't give better satisfac tion than any other Mower, call and get your money. The sizes in inches are io, 12, 14, 16, iS and 26. SPENCER'S, 202 Eighteenth Street, Rock Island. ttrrr rsrt rr 1 1 i nr r ntdd Dnud. nAvts A full line of fresh vereta lilen anil fruits. The tlnest tbe markt-t uflords. lleloir you will llud a list to select from: VEGETABLES. Head lA'tlnce, Cauliflower, Cucumliers. Wax Reans, Tomatoes, Summer Sjuash, Celery, Lima ISeans, Radishes, Corn. FRUITS. ISIucberries, Cherries, Blackberries, Apjiles, California ami Georgia Peaches, Pears, riums. Currants, Muskmclons and Watermelons on ice. POULTRY. Dressed Spring Chickens and Ducks. HESS BROS. 1U0 heal An. IilrpicM 1031. 6 Is ECKHARTS Clearing Sale. cost of the street and allev mtcrsec- n.I,!r. .lu.nl.l ho l..ft nt .r....r.,l liAn.l.l ti,,ns should be assumed by the mil- fjuarters at the Ibtrper house. i nicijialily, I ' holders." and not by the property Among the letters of regret received itfoneirnm i 01. Alex Mackenzie at A urmt Musimi Trent nasbington. WHO saVS: "All Olil At the Watch T.raw toni.rht Krin.l Rock Island friends without a word 1 double bill, - Pinafore'' and ' Caval from m.knoV how much happiness it ' irria Rusticana.11 Don't miss this would give me to lie with you all. but 1 ,roat lr,.at. Prettv, tuneful, musical it cannot ne; mere is no getting out era. ' Pinafore.11 with full sailor chorus and the tirst production Here oi of Washington at this time. I know what I'll miss and it makes me sad.1' (!en. II. L. Street. (Jen. Iouis I. Ellis, past national commander: Adjt. (ien. S. K. Hamilton. Col. R. (J. Dyrenforth and Col. John Middlcton were given a pleasant excursion on the launch Ethel yesterday afternoon by Hon. William McKniry and Col. ,M. Childs. Jr., the visitors lieing taken down the Mississippi and up through the Hennepin. Rusticana," which has creating such a sensation in the F. A. Notice Ieithuer has oneued a snop in oio seventeenth street, w he will give sjmcial attention to cleau- aml LOT N'o. I. n dozen china plates worth 0. 25 add : cenls. sale price li", vents. Lot No. 2. rbina creuni pitchers, doeomteil. worth 25. :ii and il" cents, sale price III cents. I-oi No. a Japanese tea pots, worth 35 cents, sale price 1 cents. Ixt No. 4. Imitation cut glai ases. worth SO. '!5 and 3i cents, sale price 15 cents. Lot No. 5. Snoboxes writing paper, sale price cenis. Lot No. fi. tvslee mills, sale price 15 cents Lot Xo. 7. !X) bars toilet soap, remlar price 5 aud to cents, sale price 3 cents. l-"t No. S.-Japaned bread box. sale price 33 cents. Lot No. 9. s drawer spice cabinet hard woh1. names ou drawers, sale price 4 cents. Lot No. lii.-5.0mi packuges envelopes. 24 In package, sale price 2 cents. Lot No II. 14-quart tin dish pans, sale price 10 cents. Lot No. 12. tojuart galvanized iron pails- i siv yrire li' cents. tailor I Im No. 13 - Complete jrlasslamps, sale price I 1 Jt Hrt II - I.U,unt - v. ; . n i 1 . . . . . . ... . . " . n unji niiiuui s.iue iirii'e 5 cents. leen east r Th Waather W May Ha.a Fairtontirbt and Wetlncstlay: warmer lonlKbt Totfay'i tamperature 79. . J U SBiailB, Obaerver. s i Joda Lynrh Thrraten Io Act Cedar Haplds. Ia.. Aus. 9 Sherman WUcox shot and Instantly killed John Kimina Sunday afterrraon at the for mer' home, two and one-half miles Dorthw.st of Chelsea. Wilcox has been captured and held for murder in the flrat il'Rree. There are threats of Ivneri. Jng. Vannrna Win. lb. Tarhl Race Detroit. Aug. .-a apeclal to The Journal says: The SK-mile yacht race from Chicago to Mackinac Island result ed: Chicago Yacht club Vannena. flrsf Siren, aecond: Hawthorne, third. Time' U hour II minutea. siren 38 minutei Utar. . . . i : i i t ..K .... !...,.-. ,, wou.u oej Lot No. t.V-Water tets.closiD2 them out at pleased to meet old friends aud make bM pnee. new ones. Lot No. 16.- Hammocks worth 1.25 to l..rrt i,Me price cents. Notice. I will not le responsible bills contracted bv mv son. E. Ellin wood, from this date. Mrs. Melissa H. Dosi.ix. for anv William Hard Coal Market. Anthrax .e coal, all sizes, delivered at fti.fiO ier ton. for immediate de livery. E. (J. Frazer. ECKHARTS Phone 4474. Twentieth Street. You invite von experiment disappointment 1 Tram Killed In a XTrrr. Marion. O.. Aug. . In a freight wreck on the Big Four here yesterday a tramp named Dennis J. Keefe. of Youngstown, O.. wat killed and three others were in jured. Th tralnou; t scared. when eWitt's Little Early Risers are pleasant, easy, thor ough little pills. They eure consti pation and sick headache jut as sure as yon take tiiem. T. II. Thomas, A. J. Riess and M. F. Bahnseu, dru3- Braaty la Blood Deep. I i , i i : lican niuou means a ciean BKin. a a beauty without it. Cascarets, Candy Cathar tic clean your blood and keep it clean, by stirring up the lazy liver and driving ail im purities from the body. Begin to-day to banish pimples, boils, Llotch.es, blackheads, and that sickly bilious complexion by taking Cascarets, beauty for ten cert. AH drug gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 50c. L III r-k m . fc we uo iot k Offer you something for noth k ing nor do we sell one thing J below cost in order to catel you on something else : : : g But We Do Buy and JSP Alt Hnnrtc S o Sell All Goods s That is the reason why it costs you so much less to live k O Baarttaa Kgsatai BTOniA. rTht Kind Yw Hw Alwan Bosg 5 0b a Cash Basis. k when you trade at g NELSON S CASH GROCERY. $ 3 Phone 10V0. s u II iROUfflGPAH 13) (A a IK o TLT SOME pint for breath; others pin for pant. While you may not have been panting for breath, there are many who have been pining for pants awaiting our Semi-annual Rousers-in-Trousers Sale. Too eady for a fall suit, too late for a spring suit, a pair of Trousers will carry you nicely until the time comes for a new fall outfit PRICES NEVER WERE LOWER. Strong Cottonadc and Jean Pants ar::::::::::::::::::::::::: Warranted noUto rlp Cotton Worsted Pants, 68C, 75C an(:::::":::::::":::::"::::::::::::::::::::::"::::":::::v Union Casslmcre Pants, not all wool, at::::"::::"::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::-::::::::::::::::::::::::"'::: ft 'o o a O o o o a o o o o o o 8 8 All All Wool Men's Pants, at::"":::::::::":::::::::::::::::::::: $2 quality Wool Fine Scotch Pants, $3 quality at::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::"::::::::::":::::::::::::: Fine All Wool Casslmcre at::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Pants, $3.30 and $4 values Finest Casslmcre Pants In at:::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::: the Store, $5 value O O o rs is . 47 cl SSc $1.00 j : 1.50 j 1.95 S 2.95 3.50 Our celebrated line ever. of Children's 49c Trousers arc greater than THE TR0USER R0USERS. Mo 1729 Second Avenue, Rock Island. 115 -117 West Second Street, Davenport. s