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THE ARfeUS, MOXPAtr, JUlY 1894. " 0
r I TTETi TTP T I time. It is learned Iday thatlhel " POL ICt POINTS. I '
TgWtnaT I was hit in the bead asc fell, and ke- L J 1 A f
IfJfjffJLr I . ' I riously but not fatally"iniured. Two -Con-mm k.w. . IMIam. H
L. M I I .. .. XSOn. tWO "tOB" men. aVpra rraatsJ I Va
U tUi SI If BUT OKE TEAU EAST TODAY. T' " : . morning for wotfng the 'short
I ITII It kW I 1 I
ri W rM M M AJkJ T r .J n Sunday! morning at 6 o'clock
TheC. B Q c..,x. St. p. ..d tie k. I. at hcr hom jL,. 1913 Second avenue.
p. RonniB ah Jieht-NoTrfci Wert occurred the ldcath of Constance
rcin Wash Dress Fabrics.
French Crrnon. handsomest de.
iHautilul coloring, all the
t ideas, regular '5r a yard
lit r, new at 1 1c. a long as they
Ladles' Percale Waists in figures
id otriM!-, with large sleeves and
ncy fronts, only 1mc.
PtiM k Island Corset Headquarters
fetk you t a grand money saving
jSctit, which include a "score of
, 'rials in hot weather corsets of
) 1 at ne. All in om lot; take
' ir choice fur this week.
-' 4nc sale of those nobby Umbrel
la for rain or shine of hnndsomc
tVillcd silk, natural wood handles,
in 1.25 to :t.6o; others ask for
Mine quality to $0. -
Laces arriving daily lower thau;
he Ion est. -"v
Fans lc. Fans 2c, Fans
? to $1.
Y i n
I Soys' Waists, turn-back culTs,
inest grade lawn, large collar, lat-
st novelties, embroidered front in
d and blue, at 13c and up.
Our Crockery stock is complete.
:ind we ask vou rcsiiei-lfully to con-
t he Greatest Bargain Givers.
fnTTifrtrt fAr IJnt
By purchasing your SHOES of ADAMS.
Gentlemen's Tan Shoes
Ladies Low Shoes in Tans
Try our "Razor" and Narrow Square Tip
Oxfords in Tans and Blacks. Very latest
styles, and comfort assured. Try us for
your next SHOES.
Corner Eighteenth St.
A fine line of Mouldings
Has just arrived.
Adams Wall Paper Company,
310, 312 and 314 Twentieth street.
BiSgcit Sturo. Biggest stuck in the tLrco citius.
wider well the price, wc quote hc
forc purchasing elsewhere. Wc
carry a full line of dinner ware, a
full line ef chamber sets, a full line
of Haviiand china, a full line of
Carlesbad china, a full line of Eng
lish semi-porcelain ware at a price
that defies competition. A com
plete fancy decorated Tea Set.
scmi-porfelain, at $2.G5, warranted
not to craze.
A full Dinner set, semi-porcelain,
highly decorated. im pieces, for
fii.'JS., It can't lie eijiia'i-a for dec
oratioti, quality uud price. Inspec
A beautiful ltanquct Lamp, gold
finish, with Piper ISov tlgure, new;
center draft burner, this week
'. IS; always sold at $3.59,
; Household Specialties
Mason jar rubbers 3c a dozen.
Tint Mason jars 4c each. i
(Juart Mason jars 5c each.
Half-gallon Mason jars-CccacJiy
l lollies pins lc per dozen.
Solid steel, polished handle rar.
den trowel Sc.
Large size extra twisted wire po
latoe luasher 3c.
The -Surprise" cg boaHr Uc.
Solid stcclio rnlscl 10c.
Tanglefoot lly paper, double
sheet, ;Sc a sheet.
1 gallou (Mass Oil Can 19c.
Two-hoop wooden pail 13c.
Strong, well made screen door
Spring hinges Wc a pair.V.
Solid steel grass hook llle.V-
Lemon squeezer 10c. ij
1725 Second Avenue'
and Second Av.
I on the Rock IYnd fclnce dhtorday
the Rock In&nd
KvralDR Tmrdmaster Jnntln's
nch at Chicago Meeting of
IheC.K. I. & P. railroad! virtu al
ly tied np snowed in, so topeak, in
midsummer. On Saturday morniuir
the switchmen, switch tenders and
target men in the Chicago yards went
out, and this virtually stopped every
thing, as far as Chicago was con
The last westbound passenger
train on the Kock Island was No. 1
Saturday afternoon, and this train,
as stated in Saturday evening's Ait
:cs, left Chicago on time at 10:45 in
the morning. It is due here at 5:L'0
p. ni.. but it did not arrive until
6:05, 45 minutes late, and then pro
ceeded west, a Pullman being at
J he Kock Jris evinefhg a de
termination to hrfd ont by lafinilT
all irWiecssaryhelp in alpiepart
nicnts.NAbout tie Kock JKnJ yards
all is qpVt. tholigh Dmehnicti are
workiii aVl swai-bigincs dn duty,
though WierVislffle to do. jftio en
gineers, VrcM adBjii,-in and
yardmen jrfrcMiave notstruck nor
are they JiiUjf all the com
pany lil to do 'III to order them to
workyhid they willi!spond, but this
theimpany does noeem panieu
lanK anxious to do at(jLt as far as
tWb divisions terminating here
A The Kock Island switchmen held a
yATiceting on Saturday evening, and
Vd J decided to work Saturday nijrht. at
least, but only one crew went to
and rrirTcaTTviiTilHn sympathy wit
ie1'ulliuau Strikers, and it is
tho4ight jThatythev w ill not gc out
unless aLnher Jrailroad ornrauiza-
liua-elf) To tiffs end a union meet
iog h!HijHrrcalled tor this aftr-
I i'esteriTH J 's IraltiK
ay was a dead letter dav
with the Lock Island, not. a train
either way jmm tnTL rough. TSone
couid tome from the east on account
of the derailing of No. 19 at Iihie Isl
and ymt terjj'V morning. At a second
meeting ofrtie switchmcp. held mm?'
terday :iKernoon, the question vJai
thoroufjhly discussed, but it wm'
switch crews out of the four are
working, viz: One in the lower Rock
Island 3'ards and one In the Moline
eided to ad ji
ami a meetin
all local em
roail to determin
To Sluy With thr
il to st.iml
' The joint meeting
by the company am
lot ,jto strike.
and so informed Ti
sctitativcs D. II. CuJ
R. U-, who was prcs'
V, of tiie A.
I at the con-
The C H
The C, B. &
he local "(i."
The C. M.
well as the R.
1. & v., fare r'
trains in sytd out
The las mfiil
east direcrWnt tl
trains in iiid out
tck Inland on
ed from the
on So. 1,
e here at 5:10. The last
for the wc
canictriti No. C at 2:20
via Cedar I
s and fcavanna this
and the fast
lil cam in on the C,
R. & O. at 1 1
'fclUEk' The Milwau-
kec and C
& y. trains coming in
so expected to Urin?
Local EITfi oitaainesii.
The clTcct of tharblockade on the
Kock Island in n& seriously felt in
local business ayet, although it is
occasioning me or less loss to ship
pers. Carse Ohlweiler, whose bus
iness about fie Fourth is always
much increased, got most of the'ir
shipment ofrlbcfore the strike, and
unless it is adetrackutsonVwhcrc,
they are all riWit. JThe KouJf Island
Rrewiug compaihas'cral cars
ready for ahiiAcuT, "and is exnr
ienciiig much inconvenience. The
general siippl of provisious at the
wholesale hojTses is ample for a short
suspension if tratlic. The whole
sale house of Henry Dart's Sons was
fully stoekel up in anticipation of
the troiible.Lind A. C. Dart stated
this iiiornin Athat he hud an abund
ance of stock Wi hand to take enre of
the local markcdor a time nt least.
As far as beef is ccmwtOMpil, the local
butchers receiving mcC by rail, arc
Ijeinir supplied rig
ong in car
load lots, and sliou
the worst come,
the butchers have
try to draw from
It is too early
effect on our niatyu
Yardmaater J ax tin.
Yardmaster Justin, wiw was
thrown away from the switclYby the
rioters who ditched the Kock Island
train at Blue Island Saturday Vght,
formerly resided in Rock IAand,
where he held the position of Jrard-
master for the C, R. I. cel. for lopie
cided to wait. Jay only twoll.
uryti t hUifTiWiioon.
t rr 111 1 fiifi 11 of
plo of k Island
jjjtfffCn a course
jet tyjudjJT the
aughtcr of the late
bud Mrs. C. Mulack
who, with two
istcrs, Ella and Ame-
lia, survive herl
and had b
was 24 years of age,
n for about two
) Dec. 20, 1893.
caching the fifth
and sixth grad in School N'o. 7, but
on that date w
s compelled by reason
of nervous tniiblcs and other com
tne up her school
work. She rraJ
luatcd in the class of
She was a njember
of the U. P.
church in tills
city, and possessed
one of those
vinsr. amiable ilisnn-
sitions that en leared her to all who
knew her. Di ring her long and try
ing illness sh was patient and un
complaining, 1 ut her ailments baf
fled the skill o doctors and .nurses,
and she breatl Dd her last at he time
stated, at peac : with the world and
1 MTfmjerairwll oarer from the
housvja U)o clAelt tomorrow
iMrte Wa). Ilitrrls'
The funeral pf the late George W.
IX Harris wasield JWtrfsy after
noon from Trniity cKiih it 2:30.
The pallbearer! were: Judge Lueian
Adams, Maj. j M. Kaardsley. Capt.
II. C. Clevelauf . R. Crampton, 11. II.
Dart and II. A Donaldson. Miss Ly
dia Harris, a sUter of the deceased,
arrived Saturday evening from Chi
cago to attend (he funeral.
Mr. and Mrs: Joseph Lcreh have
lost their 4J-yeair old son, who d"ied
yesterday of thftelTects of scarlet fe-
vor.-niMt n ,1. luirji il torV' n
f Sif , I.. . . ... v
Dir. anil lurs. (j . n. stone mourn
he loss of their j-months old dauirh-
Kr, Ethel May, vrho died at C::iO Sat
urday evening. 1 ThcfttNcral w-as
held at 2 o'clock Vestelrdav aftcCfTbAn
troniWie rcsidc olVV- W SI:
Harry M., son of ftlr. and Mrs. John
Johnston, of Milanj died suddenly of
heart failure at 0:30 o'clock lfMriJ
ingni, aged o year. 4 months and 7
days.Xtiu fniierMr ivill twkt pluL
. The trrief-trickeu parent
hislimvc niuofi sympathy in their be.
A NIGHT ALARM.
Trillion 1'utte lias an Kxvilliiir Exncrl-
Truden Putte, a young Rclgian
employed in the saloon of F. Van
Heeke, tourih street and Fourth
avenue, had au experience on
Saturday night which he will
not soon foiget, and his narrow
escape from a worse fate was indeed
lucky. an Heeke ri;us in connec
tion willi his saloon business a sum
mer garden, winch is lighted by
means of gasoline lamps. The gas
oline is kept in the cellar, and on
Saturday evening about 11 o'clock
Putte went into the cellar after some
gasoline with which to replenish the
lamps. Ho had already drawn the
gasoline and hail lit a match for the
purpose of tinding his way out of the
cellar, lion the vessel of gasoline
ignited and exploded. The burning
oil fell on Putte, and the young man,
terror stricken, ran from the cellar
through the saloon ard Jnto the
streets. William Kaiser saw the
poor fellow running, and grabbing
him, he threw him to the ground
and tore the burning garments from
his body. Dr. Sala was summoned.
and upon examination found that
his injuries, though serious, were
not fatal, and consisted of a bad burn
on the left arm from the shoulder
down, and bad burns .about the left
leg and thigh.
The Fire Department Called.
Some person had seen the smoke
from the gasoline and called out the
lire department, whose services were
not at all necessary.
iaclc 'eaper'a I'aKeaotH.
80 speaks 8hake9pere of thoic d irk ombre
clouds that we often see towards tiitrht. Thiy
f orotcll a storm. Just u surely do functional ir
regularities and "femile derangements" foretell
a life of suffering or an early g'ave. Be waruei
by those symptoms. Thousand of once affl ictcd
women have driven away disease and death by
tiking iu time Dr. Pierce Favorite Prescrip
tion. 6nd for the doctor's luree treat se (168
pagap) on difeases of women. It is profusely
Illustrated with wood cuts and colored plalcs and
will be scut to any address or 10 cjnts in stams
aled, secure from observation, by the World's
UUpeusary Uedical asaacimion, Butljuo, N. Y.
Two Con" Me Mek
Harry Jones and t
son, two 4con ' men.
morning lor wor.
change racket. Jone
son got An the C, R
No. 6, due here at
ing. They selec
Haydn, of Omaha,
& P. train,
0 this morn.
1 Edward T. 'l
their victim, f I
JoneS approached H
den and asked,
mm 11 be would kind
give them $2
in bills for email
gave the men two
defson handed hi
aqd silver. They
$5 in one-doll
ad by this time
reached tbe Kock
slough bridge an
land side jn the
train. One of t
ran after Jones
d cjfptured him
near the saw
to the Hock Isla
epot, w here be
was put under
t by Special Po
d in a restaurant
d depot by Officer
both men waived
bound over in $2.
lination, and were
bonds to the Sep-
teuiber term of the circuit court.
Charles WersrfT waent down for
lOdav as a vabvMasrislkate Schroe-
ly alluded to
: as a col-
ored Individ u
work, as perth
01 ihiei sex-
ton. He w
atTected ' with the
fenne" fever, and bis
case was co
inued until tomorrow.
was on Saturday ar-
rested on co:
i plaint of Ambrose Hor-
ton for a?
lult with intent to do
injury. Ibe case was
one for breach of the
but that was likewise
in the evidence was
Dr. William lla&c. asVOinaha. who
has been hanging iJoiind tri-city ho
tels for several eeks, was found
sleeping in Sjiekcer square Sunday
morning by OHiaVr Wiegand and tak-
to the Ilarpsr where he had regis
tered the da before. Yesterday
morning he dapjeared and did not
show up agaisj until last night, when
he entered isjf an intoxicated condi
tion and wentjo his room. Landlord
Montrose thocupon called Oilicer
Wiegand and had hinHen out. He
has already budtjfiufut of a num
ber of DavenportfiWTOs.
Fred Johnson, a man evidently
affected withJthat tired feeling, hit
town on Satip-day, and was engaged
nun aiioincf iciiow u unload some
grain from f car in the C, R. I. & I'
yards. Their unloaded a couple of
cars, when wiey became impressed
with the ide" that they were too
strong to oSLoi they struck.
Two other men wwlffiired "to unload
111c cars, ana jonaston oecarae en-
came at the Idea and began
10 pen. meni wnn stones, lie was
arrested by Ollijbr Etzel and taken
to the station This morning be
was taken befojb Magistrate Schroe
der and asked r a change of venue.
and the case
as continued inden-
nitelv, mid thel
Lirisoner sent to the
Instituted at Milan.
Milan L.odgc. iNo. 47, &. r., was
instituted in Milan FridAy-, evening
by Deputy Grand Charrfellok J. G.
Marshall, of Cordova; Past Chancel
lor Commander S. Rr. Wright, and
Supreme Representative General W.
A. Sehni-tt, Sir. J. T.
ing as prelate, and Si;
as grand master of arias. A number
of Rock Island and Moline Knights
witnessed the ccnauonies, which
were followed by a
officers of the new Iodj
Past Chancellor Vf
Vice Chancellor FI. Caldwell
Prelate F. B. CorsAi
Master of Exchcqu
U Andrew Al-
. C. Gentry,
an A Seal G. VV.
Master of Finance
Keeper of Record
Master of rms C. J Brandcn-
ttcr symptoms of dvsnon-
nirn and occasional hcad
Id not lie ucglectedjTake
TK TABLE LINEN.
THE PROOTtn a GAMBLE CO, Olirn.
a This is a
mt itls turn
thes4 three lots:
0 pieces of all wool Serge, black
nd colors, very wide, easily worth
75c. wage-workers' benefit price, 441c.
25 pieces of extra quality Henriet
tas, black and all colors, value 55c,
wage-workers' benefit price, 42c.
15 pieces of stylish checked Suit
ings, worth up to 60c a yard, wage
workers' benefit price, all at 30c.
All the balance of onr stock of Im
ported and Domestic Suit Patterns,
worth $12, $14 and f 18, will all be
closed out in this wage-workers ben
efit sale, all at the price f 7.87.
Buy yonr Linings with your Dress
goods, for 6ix days at just half price.
Silecias, usual price 14c, wager
workers' benefit price 7c. Silecias,
the 9Jc quality, six days at 5c. Best
Cambric 5c, for six days at 2Jc.
Cambric, usually So for six days
with dress goods, wage-workers'
This is an opportunity not likely
to be repeated.
Jersey Cream Complexion Soap.
The usual price of this soap is 25c per cako. It is well known
all through the east, highly recommended by leading fashion mag
azines, and sold extensively by eastern druggists. We have ar
ranged with the manufacturer to represent him in this section, and
he permits us to sell it for one week, (six days) at 25e per box, (3
cakes in a box) just one-third price, to thoroughly introduce it into
1720. 1722. 1724, 1726 and 1728 Second ave.
To be Given
AND THIS IS THE WAY WE WILL DO IT
Wc have placed in each one of our two stores a glass money
box containing 25 in United States bank notes, which will be
given to the person opening the box. The way we gire tho
keys is simply this: With every CASH PURCHASE of one dol
lar or more you can pick out any key you choose. The boxes
containing the money are now on exhibition in both stores.
The key that will open the box has mixed among the others by
well-known business men, so that there is no fraud connected
with it. The more keys yon get the more chances yon have in
getting the money. The boxes will be opened between Novem
ber 10 and 15. Now don't think that we have advanced the
prices 011 shoes, for such is not the case, as we are selling
felioes just as cheap as ever. Remember the place
1712 Second avenue.
Of Carriages, Harness,
Laprobes, Whips, etc.
Remember that you can always find the latest styles
and largest assortment in the tri-cities at
llason'o Carriage Works
. , ' .-o yt-f-) Davenport, Iowa.
Ladies that do their own housework
or cultivate flowers will find our
Rntoer GLOVES -
Just the thing, as they not only protect the
hands, but keep them soft and white. Try
IN DRESS SHIELDS we offer great bar
gains. The Ooodyears Seamless Stockinet
are impervious, and ran be washed or
cleaned. Also tbe rubber lined Zephyr and
ohk fciiieias in slock.
We are headquarters for Garden Hose, Reels, Sprinklers, Uackin
intoshes and Kubticr Clothing, Hospital Supplies and
Kubbcr Goods of all kinds.
WILSON, HAIGIIT & CO
' ft 207 Brady Street, Davenport.
"WTLLTAii Etna &
The Fashionable Merchant Tailor
Has the, most replete line of new patterns in imported
I and domestic suitings in the city.
Special Benefit Sale!
Coats, Cloaks, Jackets and
For wage-workers' benefit, at jnst
one-half price for two days, Monday
and Tuesday, July 2 and 3.
Blazers and Jackets from f 2.50 to
$3, marked down last month to 1,
wage-workers' Itencfit price on Mon
day and Tuesday, one-half, 50c.
Jackets that were $3-50 to f5, marked
down to 11.50, wage-workers' benefit
price, for two days, one-half. 75c;
and so on np to the f 10 and better
Jackets, all. all, at just one-half the
market price for our wage-workers'
Calico Wrappers, worth 68 to 87c,
two days, wage-workers' benefit sale
price, 25c. Two piece Suits, benefit
sale price, 97c.
Looks like a panic in Hose. La
dies' Hose, fast black, c quality, for
Sc a pair. Ladies' fast black Hems
dorf dye, fall regular made, extra
spliced' heel and toe, others would be
proud to offer them at 25c; our price,
beginning on Monday, for the wage
workers' benefit wU! be just half.
121c. WT reserve the right to limit
1712 Second Avenue.
1707 SC::3 AVECXE.
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