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Mde In Hardwood, elegantly caiTed with treble
walla. Charcoal filled and sine lined, every
part removable (or
All metal shelves, alr-tlght locks. Improved In
terior circulation of dry cold air and first class
These are the owi-T Refrigerators with Five
walla for the preservation of the ice.
They are the owlt Refrigerators having the
Leonard patent alr-tlght locka .
They are the owir Refrigerator! having the
ueunsru paieutsoiiu iron aneivee.
They are the owit Kef rig ra tors having the
K-nunru pkoi arcnea center raise bottom.
1 bey are the only Refrigerators having the
Leonara patent movable fines for cleaning.
Tbev are the OWLT Refrigerator havlnir the
Le tnard improved Interior circulation of dry cold
They are the only Refrigerators having the
Leonard patent Interior construction.
The) have atxd the test for years and are the
only Refrigerators which excel all others at every
A slight examination will convince yon of their
'gpsst superiority. We challenge the world to
produce tbelr equal at any price.
UNITED. FOll LIES
Furnishing House, 822 Brady street,
Mr. Wm. Barth was one of the depar-
tares by last evening's train destined for
Pittsburgh and thereabouts, for a two
Mr. William Stencel has received word
FOR SALE BY
1617 Second avenne,
Rook Island, Ills.
OUR KNTIRI STOCK OP
We will make it pay you to buy your Paper of us now if you con-tt-niplate
using any during the coming year. The stoek MUST BE
SOLD and by buying of us now you can Ret it at manufacturers'
k57Remember the place,
KINGSBURY & SON,
1705 Secend Avenue.
In competition with the Leading Refrigerators of the
United States received the highest award for economy
of ice, nsing only 12.17 as much ice as its best compet
itor and 9.17 as much as oneof its would be competitors.
possesses the only provision chamber free from odors, produces a dry
cold air whirh no ohter can equal, and has preserved fresh meats three
weeks in the hottest weather. Produces better results with less ice
than any other Refrigerator. The flues of the
do not require cleaning as do other makes, being perfectly and scien
tifically constructed, the cold dry air by constant circulation keeps it
sweet and clean. The best made, best finished and handsomest Re
frigerator in the market. There are more ALASKA Refrigerators in
use In Ruck Island than all others.
WILL ARD BAKER & CO.,
SOLE AGENTS FOR ROOK ISLAND,
Opposite Harper House.
is one array of beauty with its loads of new
Wall Paper, Curtains
been posted on store windows and other ' bu P18. Mr. and Mrs. Gns Sten
gel, and Mr- George Bchafer have arrived
safely at Amsterdam.
The majority of the cakes and pyrai
mids used at the BrnettBuncher wed
ding last evening were made at Mr.
John Aster's city bakery.
F. L. Bliss' engine 253, of the C, M.
a. a. k s.. BiADTmnl I St. P.. is in the shoos at Milwaukee.
n r? v war of lno rebel nndergoing repairs sustained at the late
narrlace of August Brnett f II las I "wptmoaa Attack Catholics
May J. It ichT--.BrsneafcTre4 byl Their Brllrio.
TkAir Vrleaela. St.-, I A species of Knownothineism
The weddit g of Mr. August Bruettthe have broken out In Rock Island. Printed
well known i.rtist of Davenport, formerly I lip, containing seditious language, have
of this city, to Bliss' May J.- i Buncher,
was a happy event which will m remem- J places, and their is evidently an organ
bered with pleasure by the large company I ked effort on the part of some unknown
of relatives aid friends "who witnessed I parties to make Catholics and their re.
the ceremony and enjoyed the hospitality Hgion odious. The Argus has secured a
of the mothe-of the bride. The cere coPy of these slips, which read as fol-
monv took p ace last evening at the hour I ,ow
of 8 o'clock. The vinl wr atfpndfld I NO. 1
by Messrs. Claries Buncher, Frank Hip
pier and Adolpb Bruett, groomsmen, and
Misses Mamie Sass, Minnie Bruett and
Augusta Strite, bridesmaids. At the
hour named Mrs. J.ohn Ohlweiler.:, Jr
played a wed ling march as ' the bridal
procession filtd down stairs throutfu the
hall into tbe front parlor, where they
faced Justice Sam'l F. Cooke, who pro
nounced the words which made the young
couple man and wife. , j "'.-.? i
The lawn t as illuminated with Chinese
lanterns and t he house profusely orna
mented with flowers and evergreens,
The wedding feast which followed tbe
marriage, wa i in keeping with the occa
sion and other surroundings. The bride
was born and raised in this city where
she has friends without number, and
many who hold her in high esteem as J Iks needs is "Bread and the Catechism
wm be noticed by the many eleeant I mculynn,
presents received during the davandl U8t where this contemptible slander
i j . . 1 1 j i . . . . .
evening. Th i following list does not in-1 BQ 1D8U, 10 soldiers and citizens uo,nB n,ceiJ ana la uie,r Pwoo he has
elude all tb kind remembrances of I originated is a mystery, but it has raianrl I PaMd the danger line. He is now able
friends: I torm of indignation amone all onnA 10 recgni" and conyerse with his f ami
! , . . ' . . . I - . . O I 1 1 . 1
LiamoDu riQK rrom me groom; onae s I omnens. from tbe stvle of th naiir.a I J Bnu irienas
momer. a complete Dea room set: Unas I it wnnlri mi. th.t 'I Mom n foairna in nf .-.-.-.,.
) , ..... .. . i armrvienarei
uucucr.e.unsiou iaoie; me aiienaanw. lmr.iIcatMrt , it tn . . prices wai rlnwn Th. F. .h
a bandsome lece bed spread together with I . 'iu eew i - -
other articles: Mamie Sass tabla arrf ,eMl- wnoever Is responsible for this rln. olnerB pattern after. The C. F. Ad-
Mrs Charles Hippler. hand painted Chios I "picable work should understand that th amB "onie Furnishing House, 322 Bradv
umner sei; victor jonnson. wiuow I constitution of . the state of Illinois 8lreet. Davenport
rocaer; uarre Hippler. pair Olanketa; Drotects the Cathnll n .k. In addition to a full line of noma own
nl ra I n Husi a ml fdmi v sa niirrtha . rJl I u & I
awruaaw kwvs SIUV4 IBUIUI B UUIUUVl VI I . , . . I ,.! 1 ...
household necessities; boarders, elegant ""ul ,n m religious views. The con- "S"""""'. you n get tomatoes, Deans.
nve o clock te set with burner attachs I uiuuon, m aennlng the rights of citi-1 were'ons, cberries, cur-
ments; Hemy Lembur? and wife. I sens, savs: I rants, berries and extra fine bananas at
silver eon p ladle: Chas and Herman! Tt n ... 1 . . ... Una'ann flctn..
u.no.. ii-.. k. w ,, I . -- iwyo a naiurat and mde- ' " '
linanHwifoia o.tjukniifi kimMj.! ,. s"' u wurauip Aimigntv Ood I J"'- wrussy, nee miss flioiiie
uougias feccber and wire, pitch
camping out for the summer
men were noman uatholics, and that
over seventy-two per cent of all the dk
skbters were Roman Catholics. Who
Preserved the Union?
Who murdered Abraham T.!nntn e a
Who murdered Prairtnt n.wioMs a
Who are trying to murder the Amorl.
can public school system f Roman Cath-
The definition of "Cnthnii.ia i.
I "Oppression. Bigotrv. Ienorancn. Trloi..
oupersuuon, Fanaticism and murn
"If there were no public schoola thpr
would be no Parochial schools. The
Jesuits in Italy say that the Catholics do
not need to learn to read; all tbe Catho-
Try the new Excelsior Bread made
only at the Vienna Steam Bakery, Dav
enport. For sale at Weyerhauser &
Denktnan's mill store. H. Korn.
iner airin rostomce diock nas a re
frigerator constantly supplied with tbe
celebrated Black Hawk spring water for
the accommodation of its customers.
$4 90 for an elegant oak rocker, plush
covered seat and top. Actual value $6.
This week only. The C. F. Adams'
Home Furnishing house, 822 Brady street.
What is more delicious on a hot dav
lo the Watch Tower.
Cars run to Black . Hawk's Watch
Tower every thirty minutes on Sunday
afternoons and holidays, and spcialj
trams to accommodate picnic parties.
Telephone to the street car barn to com
plete arrangements for special trains.
atoneyt Koasyl 1
Money to loan at six per cent, by the
Kock Island Building association, Tues
day evening, July 2. 1889. The 29th
series is now open. Take stock.
. H. Guyer, Sec'y.
FRIDAY AND MONDAY,
June 28th and July 1.
The Fairy Operetta, .
. Fob th BiKint of tki
HIGH SCHOOL PIANO FUND.
125 CWldren and 30 Adults
As Fairies, Elves and Spirits.
u i j J a
..Miss Hilma Oblln
than a dish of icecream, and the p!acel Go'denHair ."..'.Miis Amy Knox
to get the pure article is at Krell & The Bears....... ': J TKn.
Math's, in flavors of chocolate, vanilla
Mr. John J. Kablke's physicians Bay he
-Offer new and desirable Goods this week at Low prices-
Fair quality, Gold Heads, 26 inch,
Elegant new assortment or ERENCH BATTEENS. in very attracUve ':
. designs and colorings.
In Ebony, Walnut and Cherry, Brass Fixtures, Brass Rings. Brass
Ends, everything complete,
-25 CENTS EACH,
tyStacks of other desirable Goods at LOWEST PRICES.
Hock Island. Illinois.
er, case containing fruit knives and
nut picks; Frankie Collins, China
ornament; Kt Stibolt and wife, case
of cut classes: Miss Haona Kaa-
mussen, hanc -made lace tidy; Mr Ers
nest Strate aud wife, rocking chair
Hilda C Browner, silver sugar spoon and
butter knife; Mr Cuas Rasmussen and
wife, landscape scene; Misses Lizzie and
Annie Schoeile, bedspread; Mr Robert
Willerton and wife, plush case and olive
fork; Millie tnd Carrie Ohlweitar, one
aozen nanu-painieu v.;nina rrun nisues;) .. .u pci pciratura 01
Mamie Schroe ler, water set; Wm Range, I "ls'plece of pusillanimity will refrain
cut-glass pitcher, tray, and one-doze a I rrom further abuse of a larm nH KmKi
ITnhlMta t r m.t.k. iw lanAk OIiTmIIa.1 . . .
i lesptctea element of America's citizens
v s( uua t awa l'bii wa uouuouuiv v s)90it
.conscience, and that nn nn.fa
.U.ll . . . . K.w..vuw
ui yer oe given Dy law to any relig
iows establishments or modes of worship.
pst no religious test shall ever
belreauired an a nn.iifi.ii.. .
oCfce or public trust under the state.
Tb Argob trusts the perpetrators of
Louis Range, Jr, ornamental cake; A H
Seibert. pair of fancy vases; John
Ohlweiler Jr.aad wife.silver pickle castor;'
Air Kabe and wife, water set and um
brella holder; Dr C Truesdale and wife.
box of cut flowers; Frank Buncher
ana wire. Dea spread; Air JN lessen Vndl
wife, large willow rocking chair; Millie
Mosenfelder, card receiver: Miss Hary
norton, nickle plated dust pan and brush;
Misses feeiz. parlor table spread; Henry
Bosse sent from Keithsburz two large
cr ayon pictures of tbe mother and father
of the bride handsomely framed. The
work shows more than ordinary artistic
skill and will no doubt be highly prized
py tne onae.
The young couple will make their home
tor a short time with Mrs. Chas. Bunch
er, on Eighteenth street. Their residence
thereafter will be in Davenport.
The Turners of Rock Island, Daven
port and Molire returned home by special
train last evt ning from Cincinnati, and
received a cordial reception from friends
who met them at the Rock Island and
Peoria depot, headed by a brass band.
The Moline pc rtion left for home on ar
rival by the s' reet car. The Turner so
ciety of Molino, assisted by friends, ex
tended to their representative a warm
off one of
oorlPn.. ti dictates of their own Turner.says by letter received by friends,
compelled in " Z ! th"
l.nf . ,. ' . ""fl"" "aJ it Newmrt th nri.lr..1 an m rv I
v. nuuuip, or to maintain anv I f -"-.p. euuiuu
Binistry against bis consent; that no I " tne 8tate ot Oregon.
auman autnonty can in anv caie what. I Hut Srto th Pivk i.i.n ..ia..
&s -ith the Toledo International
club, and Bert Cunningham, the Moline
pitcher,' with the Baltimore American as
sociation team, are making a great record I
Mr. John Swiler, superintendent of the
state deaf and dumb asylum of Wiscon
sin, located at Delavan, was in the city
last night on his way home from the
sonth. He formerly held a similar posi
tion at Jacksonville.
Clemmans & Saltzman have just pur
chased of one of the leading manufac
turers, over one hundred large rolls of
carpet, embracing all the latest and most
desirable patterns in the market, which
will be here before long.
Mr. Palmer Stearns, an old citizen of I
Rock Island, aged over 78 years, and a
memoer of tbe Old Settlers' society last
evening. He had been ailing for some
time. The funeral will take place from
the late residence at 10 o'clock tomorrow
Mr. John O Connor, one of the popu
lar clerks at the St. James hotel.Daven-
port, who has been confined to h:s home
rortnree weeks aith diphtheria, is able
m "uuic i romter.
mBl Mrs. Frank Robinson
vemrai srearr Dancers 1 Hiss Claire Oilmore
Mrs. Geo. E. Lambert, Misses Ella Wilcox. Ae-
- u'.wj, anuw mnnora ana jar.
C. M. Carlstedt, of Moline.
rwo CJornations. Scarf Danmo Mili
tary mil' Bears in Character of nun.
ters, tuomic), Large Choruses.
Uba wu bjv v Niemann ts aaizmann.
Saturday and Sunday,
June 28. 29 and 30.
RstnM B XT .Tnna Oftlk t a. .
rirtino. """"" -n-ciisiun ana raractiate I
Admission 25 cents,
Game called at 8:80 p. m.
A Mammoth Stock
on the Fourh
Choice blaik and red raspberries at C.
Eighteen bties of Daoer cana fnr It
The plow city Turners carried j cents at the FL
the class prizes, which is the I Now is vourtmtn h,, . ....
. T "J vuan uii mh
only prize awirded to societies from the cost at Bennett.
central Illinob district. Tbe Davenpt The finest loijf toilet soaps in the tri-
society embarked from the train to the cities at the Fai
rerry boat with flags flying and ratufc Georgia watermelons
playing. The people of Davenpert tate J melons at May's
rfilt nnnn in their Tnrnera anfl I r i . l i . !
n i . -. WHM . niHCKUiirnflR.
while the ferry was on. the wav over I Tn.i.i.'.
I wiistM. A. K.
It't'hot and still heating.
Firlworks at cost at Taylor's.
Thdcherry crop is about gone.
Frefc bananas at F. G. Young's.
Straw hats at cost at Bennett's.
MarJmoth torpedoes at the Fair.
All jl waists 60 cents M. &. K.
Thecorn is feeling first rate again.
Hallprice for waists at the M. & K.
Watjrmelon on ice at F. G. Young's.
Fori good hat go to Bennett's glove
store. I .
Buy your Mason fruit jars at the
The Qneit line of fruits and vegetables " h18 post hi 8nake hand8 wib
at May's. , K bis friends. His many Rock Island
Regular touncll meetine Monday even- fnend8 wil1 Pleft8d to hear this pleas
ing nest. ling news.
Fine Geo-gia Watermelons at C C I Ja,8s McDonald, principal of
Truesdale's. I building No. 7, leaves for Omaha this
Rev. G. Y. Que will orate at Geneseo eveDiS. wbere she will attend tbe com-
iery choice, at C. C.
cll and make your selections from the Largest stock,
the Newest Patterns and Lowest prices.
. STJTCLIFFE BROS.
the river, ihe people lined tie
M.;nra f jl- i .J
iitoi, uiiiig ui. nuiuau VBDUies, SKyroct'
ets; etc. A banquet was tendertd
to tbe members in the evening. Speecs
making and general tejoicing was tbe or
der of tbe evening. Davenport turner!
received tbe a ;cond class and three iadfr
vidual prizes. This city was represented
by a party of eight, namely: B. Wyitef
Robert Wagner. Jacob Rettig. (Woi
Dressen, Louis Schwecke, Henry Holriorji
Edward Goebel and Paul Theisen. The
Rock Island cUss were not so fortunate
as the sojietief of the neighboring cities,
but two of the eight who entered the
races Henry Holdorf and Jacob Rettig
received fatorable mention from the
! silver Kiplrta
The Mary Morton. Caut. Cabberlr.
will leavi for fit. Paul at 11 o'clock this
The sfeamer Pittsburg, Killeeu master,
will dejart for St. Louis at 11 a. m ,
The (tcursi in steamer Golden Gate,
takes o. a Davenport church patty this
evening und hi an engagement to carry
the Dswnport Trinity Sunday school to
their piinic grounds tomorrow.
Thearjft steamer Artemus Lamb, owned
at Cliijun, Ion a, sunk three miles aove
Brownsville, llinn., yesterday. Barges
and Byjfiion were sent from tbe Diamond
Jo sttatnboat ways located at Dubuque,
to assiiihn raising the sunken steamer.
The wafer is three feet over the deck
said by m
bst the FalttafDl.
It if said by 3ne who should be posted
that if r. John Zollinger has been recom
mended by Congressman Gest to the
postnjaster-general for tbe position of
postojaster at Port Byron. From w
otherj source ire learn that Dr. J. H.
Sale, ef Moliie. has been booked for
ganger,1 to tak the place ofArtbur Bur-
- ( Wei laer Fareeaa. - . ; t
t TJ. 8. Sismai. OvncK. I
For the nett 24 noons for Dliools
and Iowa, fair and warmer. '
Choice Redmoil black raspberries at
F. G. Young's. I
Jelley glasses, In covers. 8S cents per
dozen at the "Fa:
A large line of
49 cents up at the
Bargains in sui
dewear at the M.
melons at F. G. 1
cream at Krell & J
Bennett's colt I
thing for driving.
The cheapest pit
buy fireworks is at
son, of Genesed; -mi
Another lot of :
tables just received
All kinds of aei
kept constantly on
waists at half price
Those $1.75 fine
in solid colors, 88
Tbe operetta of tl
the Three Bears' at
Mr. Albert Owens
Ottawa and Streat
at the Rock Islan
morning. ' " ' ' .'j
Mr. Thomas The
improving bis resid
ment houses. ,
Over 80 new and
lounges at the c F."
Dishing bouse, 2t2 Bauy street' r v
Mr. and Mrs.B. W. Woodburn, of C
noe Creek to Tnship' were among the
callers at the Aaaus opce today.
The republicans hav their primaries
to-morrow night. . Thj will be pus
ticnlarlj interesting in mis city.
Mr. F. H. Kelly ha feturned home to
spend his vacation ' fiira Notre Dame.
Ind., where he has bees attending school.
le?aat new desi-n la bed room" seta
and foliiz bed at the $. F.Adams IIoaM
mencement exercises of the Omaha high
school, of which her friend. Miss Louie
Johnston, is a member. From there Bhe
goes to Hastings, where she will spend
the remainder of the summer.
S. B. Hendron returned from Bowling
township this morning, where he has
workmen engaged in painting the barn of
Mr. James Moffltt. This is something
fine in the way of barns. It reminds the
passer by of the substantial structures to
be seen in Pennsylvania. E. C. Cavett,
of Edgington, was tho contractor.
The black clouds which passed over
the city last evening made people believe
they would receive rain. This particular
cloud was partial to locality. The ground
between Kidgewood school house and
Cheney's lane in Black Hawk township
received a deluge, while the streets of
Milan were as dry as a bone.
The Springfield base ball club' are stop
ping at tbe Rock Island house. They
play in Davenport today, tomorrow an
Sunday. The Davenport Base T-'
sedation advertise an extr
A balloon ascension
will take place
- Week. A
s B. ladders, the
.urn Beardsley camp, was
negate to the national encamp
n 9 .1 j rri . - .
, " urunr. ue next state en
campment will be held at Jacksonville.
Wm. Henderson and James F. Renfro,
joint owners, shipped two McGeggor
mares to Bt. Louis by the steamer Sidney
last evening. They are hlgh-steppers.
and well-matched. They will be placed
on sale upon arrival. The owners have
had several offers for this fine team from
Chicago and St. Louia people.
Mr. and Mrs. Elsworth Mapes, of Mo
line. are celebrating their sixty-third
wedding anniversary this afternoon. All
the living children of the venerable
conple are at home, as is their usual cus
torn every year. Thev were united in
marriasre in Wayne county, Penn., June
18so. me groom was then twenty
one years old, while the bride, Miss
Amelia Pettibone, was a girl of seven
Mrs. Sotelle has returned to the Com
mercial hotel, room 3 and parlor, where
she can be consulted from 9 a. m. to 10
p. m. . ' -
- NEW STOCK-
' Room and Piotuek
Cord Nails & Hooks,
At the very Lowest
I r 'jigtw 1 tl m j
IARGER THAN EVER:
Call and see.
and three times as large as any other establishment in
this city can be seen at the popular store of
OLEMANN & SALZMAU
They buy direct from the Manufacturers, thus saving the
wholesale dealers' profits and are enabled to command the
lowest prices. .
C.C. TaVlOr No-1525 and 1527 Second Ave.,
Under Rock Island Booae.
-in the three cities is
Four tli Ave.
Ice Cream made from pure Cream
and BaTored with the popolar
dayors . A trial of tb a
will con vice a" '
The only Double Front Store in Rock Island.
Geo. W. D. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth St., under Commercial Hotel." ' " nnor iot axrr ttt
tyPiret-claai Inenrance at lowest ratee. '
The following are among the many bargai
A nice brick rml .tni with nvwi I
lot 173x215, cheap on easy terms.
One of the best money making; repttrarants and
hoarding honses in the city near C, R. & P de
pot, well located 6or any kind of business '
A eood buildine. with store 1Si
counters, shelving, etc. on first il-'
above; water np and down -barn,
etc.. lot 85xlS0, we"
upper part of 4th v-
A eood prop-'
A fine larp
ck of puatoffice;
-iet markeu in the city
- location. ,
- Far lale. . .
Fourteen drv lots on fonr vmh tim
with six per cent per annum, to any one
""""S w uuua uus rammer.
; . ; B. PatPTPOM. :
IsspaHtia of . the blood often ana
Kiw annoyance at ca rttm; C
bamparCIa poriSet tit t. . - J t- V
vu aoca a-scions. : ,
- ol Co.,
No. 2223 Fourth Avunue.
The Ice Cream made at this establish
liahtnent is from pure cream and
is flavored with all the dif
3-Picnics, Parties and 8ociablea fur
nished on short notice.
Candies, Cigars and Tobacco.
Give us a cail.
SECURED BT FTRST MORTGAGE
Always on hand for sale at 6
and 7 per cent to investor.
.mtyiarK,x "'. good wall, da- i
- cellar, large oarn, acre of land, wtthia
ateps of Milan atreet cars, at a burgala.
A neat brick ho se with a large lot for S3.000
evcnient to upper saw mills and depot
inew r tUT7 ho3s. rooms, good cellar '
well and cistern, large lot, w.th nlcs SeV tnii '
and shrnbbery, well located on 84th sl.Tercfaaa '
$2,50 PER GALLON,
. . AT
KOHN & ADLEE'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK. : . . rqck mLAJn)t rj
BOOTS and SHOES
The Lowest Pri -
in the three cities. It will be a mistake V ' "
you see our bargains. :
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