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TJLLK ARGUS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 189S.
The Weather We May Bit
4 Showers tonight: Wednesday partly J
J If Shcricr, Observer. J
Eberhart's piano sale.
Golf supplies at Hynes'.
Bartktt pears at Long's.
. Buy one a Kinship cigar.
Spring chickens at lieeeher's.
Bay a Lome of Reidy Bros.
Fruit jars soM cheap at Beechers.
Choice Michigan peaches at Long's
I- or reliable tire insurance call on
. J. Burns
Cannel coal at MtKown's. Just
the thing for your grates.
The county board of supervisors con
vened in September session this after
noon. Sweet milk, cream, buttermilk and
ice cream at 111 and 113 Nineteenth
The nobbiest and most stylish line
of hats can be found at Stewart's,
lied need rice3 on all photographic
work at C. K. Smith's studio, opposite
The Naval Reserves were mustered
out of the United States service at
Business property, residence prop
erty and lots for sale in all parts of
the city by E. J. Burns.
Finest work for the money ever of
fered in Rock Island at C. K-- Smith's
studio, opposite Harper house.
Of course you want the best; every
smoker does. Ask your druggist for
the Idea! cigar, and you will be happy.
Peaches 2.5 cents a basket, fresh
eggs 12 cents a dozen, and three
loaves of bread 10 cents, at Beecher's.
Funeral services for Thomas S.
Breheny will, be held at Sacred Heart
church at lO o'clock tomorrow morn
ing. The Modern Woodmen directors are
in monthly session at the head oflice.
Head Consul Nort hcott is also in the
Two Milwaukee freight trains col
lided at Freeport last night. Engineer
George Mills, of Milwaukee, was
The Women's Improvement guild
meets Wednesday afternoon, at 2
o'clock, with Mrs. Bollman on Forty
Bring in the babies and children
now, while you can get their pictures
so oheapand good at Smith's, opposite
Well, did you ever see that line of
neckwear at Stewart's? If not. you
had better call. They are swell and
are going fast.
Hats, well, we are right at home
with hats; that is our business. Call
and see the pretty fall styles at Stew
art's, the hatter.
There are others, but none so pure
and sweet as the Ideal cigar. Try
one and you will have no other. All
druggists sell them.
The lody of James McClade, the
Davenport man drowned near the
Crescent bridge Saturday night, has
not been recovered yet.
The county treasurer's oHice will be
closed until Thursday morning, on ac
count ot the death of County Treas
urer Titterington's mother.
E. Turner, the expert photograph
er, has located on the lot adjoining the
jM)stollice, and is ready now to do
anything in his line photos, views,
The fifth annual fair of the Rock Isl
and County Agricultural society
ojtened today at Joslin. It continues
to and including Thursday of the pres
To more thoroughly introduce our
work we have reduced the prices, but
not the quality, of our line photos. It
M'ill pay you to investigate. C. E.
Smith, rooms opKsite Harper house.
A delegation of members of St. Paul
lodjre attended a banquet riven bv St
Paul lodcre at Moline last nijrht and
were delightfully entertained. St.
Paul lodgs gives a banquet at K. P.
hall Thursday evening.
Swan E. Carlson, who shot and
seriously wounded Fred Oldenberg at
South Moline Saturdav. is at the
county jail under $t,000 bonds
charged with assault with intent to
commit murder. He will bare a pre
liminary hearing Sept. 'Z'l.
Sam Sample, a former resident of
Rock Island, whose home is now in
Davenport, met with a painful acci
dent at the arsenal vesterdav. He
was temporarily operating a band saw
in the canenter shop, his regular du
ties being in the harness department,
when his right hand slipped and was
"I bare bod 14 rfar. at a time arltkaac a
MiMnl f the kimiii not beluc able to
mora tbeta eicvpt by unnjr but water injection,
t'broulc conatipailon for terra year placed me in
taia terrible condition: annna that time I did -erytainc
I beard of bat never foand any relief: each
waa my caa until I beran nting CASCABKTSi I
now bare tram one to I hree pascae a day. and If I
waa rich I would (it tlOO rt) for each movement; 1
U ucb a retiaf. A timer u IlrT.
k Buwu St- Detroit. Mich.
IL JLJ CATHARTIC
Pleasant. Pnlafable. Potent. Tate Rm. T
Guud. -Jte bicaou. kVcucu.tttbiiiit.kK.Juc.Juc.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
badly mutilated by the saw. The
memuer was spin. ieiween me imru
and little linger up to the wrist.
James and Willie FIvnn, in the
county jail charged with robbery,
have addressed a letter to State's At
torney Searle, asking to be allowed to
plead in the county court, and prom
ising, in case their request is granted,
to leave Rook Island and to lead bet
ter lives in the future. They say an
aunt at La Salle has offered them a
home. The letter runs: "Don't
judge us too harshly, for it should be
remembered that we have leen out
casts for over a year, with no place
we could call our home, and no kind
mother to advise or iruide us, hence
we would apjeal to your generosity,
which is a well known characteristic,
to give us one more chance to reform,
and we solemnly promise that we will
never give you occasion to regret
your act of leniency."
Ierlared by the Aantard Who Struck
Don ii Aiitr!a Etuprcta.
Geneva, Sept. 13. The assassination
of the empress of Austria In his prison
boasts of his crime, and has addressed
a letter to a Milan newspaper, expiess
ing a fear lost he be mistaken by Pro
fessor Cabar Tcmbroso for a degenerate.
Dilating in this communir-atioa upon
the object of militant anarchists he
wrote: "Above a:i it is the great who
must be struck. Xot only sovereigns
ar.il their ministers will bo reached by
the comrades, but all who make men
miserable on arth."
He says he was not impelled by mis
ery to kill the tmrress, but he com
mitted the deed in order that fuch
crimes, fallowing one upon the other,
might cause a!l who impoverish thi
populace to trembl? and shiver.
Vienna, Sept. 13. TUe emperor of
Austria and hisdauithter attended m:st
yesterday morning. His majesty showed
evidences of intense grief, but he said
he did not lose faith In ,God.
Geneva. Switzerland, Sept. 13. The
post-mortem examination of the re
mains of the late Krnpress of Austria
has revealed that the weapon complete
ly transfixed the heart, penetrating three
and one-half inches and making if
wound one-sixth of an inch wide. Th?
fact that her majesty walked fifty yards
to the steamer Is ascribed to her re
markable will power and natural energy.
Clieera for Aler In a Theatre.
Detroit, Fept. 13. Secretary of War
Alger attended th opening of the new
Detroit Opera House lust night. When
the general and Mrs. Alger and his son
entered their box there was a storm of
applause. After the firt act the gen
eral, responding to repeated calls,
thanked his friends for their hearty wel
come. The audience continued cheer
ing, and General Alger, pointing across
the theatre, said: "There's a hero of
Santiago over in that box." Calis for
Dufheld brought the general to his feet
with a modest speech.
Labor Federation Conference.
Milwaukee. Sept. 13. The second and
last meeting of the 'ae Federations of
Lal.or of M.s.;ouri. Michigan. Iowa, Min
nesota, South Dakjta, Illinois and Wis
consin was held last evening. The sub
jects discussed and upon which it was
determined to uri;e legislation were fire
escapes, mortality of operators on emery
wheels, child labor, proscription of un
ion men in factories and construction
of scaffolds on buildings in course of
Som of Veterans in Session.
Omaha, Sept. 13. Omaha Is decked in
gala attire in honor of the 3.000 visitors
attending the seventeenth annual en
campment of the Sons of Veterans. The
encampment was formerly opened yes
terday with Commander - in - Chief
Charles K. Darling, of IJoston, presid
ing. Every state division Is represented,
the numbtr of delegates from the far
west being particularly large.
Alaskan Iiater Confirmed.
Seattle. Wash.. Sept. 13. E. B. Wls
har. who arrived heie yesterday from
St. Michael. Alaska, brings confirmation
of the previously published report of
the loss of the steamer Jessie at the
mouth of the Kuskowill river in July,
with eighteen lives. Among those lost
was Engineer Kemster, cf Wisconsin.
Weil-Known Chicago Man Head.
Chicago. Sept. 13. Harry A. Varnell,
the well-known sporting man and for
mer politician. Is dead. He expired at
his home. 4101 Xorth Clark street, at
8:20 a. m. yesterday of neuralgia of the
stomach. He had been ill thirteen hours
prior to his death.
Roosevelt Indorsed for Governor.
New York. Sept. 13. The central com
mittee of the Citizens' union last night
adopted a resolution indorsing the ac
tion of the independent citizens com
mittee in nominating .a state ticket
headed by Theodore Roosevelt for gov
Two Young Women Killed.
Winchester. Va.. Sept. 13. A buggy
In which were Miss Laura Dellinger.
her sister Miss Alice Dellinger. and
George Sister was struck by a freight
train Sunday night and the two young
women were instantly killed. Sister
was badly Injured.
Bayard May Lire a Week.
Dedham. Mass.. Sept. 13. Hon. Thos.
F". Bayard shows no change in condi
tion. He is gradually sinking, but may
live the week cut.
iRiverside Stoves and Ranges
We offer one hundred dollars re
ward for any case of catarrh that can.
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Props.,
We. the undersigned, have known
F. J. Ciieney for the last 15 years, and
lelieve hinijierfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
bv their firm.
Waldixo, Kixxax & Marvin.
Wholesale DnvKi-sts, Toledo. O.
West & Tbi ax,
Wholesale Dnwrtdsts. Toledo. O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern
ally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Price. 75c per bottle. Sold "by all
druggists. Testimonials free.
Edarate Year Bowels With Caaeareta.
Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forerer.
10c, S5c 11 GC.C.fcU,drugit refund money.
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nr. , none vii
A one better. Call and ex.
amine the largest and best
stock of Stoves and Ranges in
615-1617 Second Avenue.
Remember the Main . . .
BICYCLE STORE IS AT
98 Sterns $50.
98 Patee Crest Racers $36.
STEARISS BALL BEARING LAWN MOWERS . . .
202 EIGHTEENTH STREETS
'98 Tourist Specials $30. fej
'98 Solar Gas Lamps $2.5Q. S
One hundred pairs of Chase Tires sold this year. Call and examine them.
A full line of Sundries. Cheaper than any place in town.
Have cups, cones and balls. 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 20.
202 Eighteenth Street,
WHAT EVER In tbe Grocery
line can be found
YOU WANT in our store. A
large line ot
Fresh Vegetables and Fruits re
ceived every morning. Read
the list below:
Head" Lettuce, Cauliflower,
Lima, (Jreen and Wax Beans,
Oyster Plant, Spinach,
Watermelons on ioe.
Tokay Crapes and Oranges.
Dressed Spring Chickens
1620 2enl Art.
EC K HART'S
Just received a large
assortment of Jar
diniers which are
placed on sale at very
All kinds to select
from at lowest prices.
TIC, WHEELER &
Phone 4474. Twentieth Street.
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j Offer you something for noth- jk
S ing nor do we sell one thing J
oeiow cost in order to eaten
1 you on something else : : : :
But We Do Buy and
QSell All Goods
hOn a Cash Basis.
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' yon so much less to live
jk when you trade at ::::::
h NELSON'S CASH GROCERY,
t S29 Twentieth Street. ' jj
R Phone 1090. g
If it's Here, it's Right. If it 9 s Right, it's Here. Several g
Notches below others makes the Price Right, too.
NEW FALL STYLES... 1
ulS WELL DO
Swell dressers cannot fail to see the admirable
ness of our New Fall Stock of Gentlemen's and
Boys' Millinery. Every style, shape and color in
Derbys and Fedoras that are worth having you'll
find here variable enough to suit all tastes, all ages
and conditions of men. You'll be surprised when
you see the quality in our new
GUARANTEED 2 .00 H HATS
We have always sold splendid hats at $2, but the
values we are now showing are better than ever.
Cheaper qualities from 48c upwards
A perfectly exquisite line of Boys' and Girls' Tarn
O'Shanter and Golf Caps. Prices, 25 and 50c.
TWO BIGGEST STORES TWO BEST STORES. . S