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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 1895.
STATUE OF GEN. BUFORD.
WHAT DUBUQUE WANTS.
DO YOU WANT A
If so you can get one at W. S. Hol
brook's, 10?, !0 ard 107 East Second
This week for 10.00.
W. S. HOLBROOK,
Nos. 103, 105 ami 107 Kast Second street
COLUMBIA LEADS THEM
To ba Placed on the Uettysbars; Field.
Whrre He Fired the Flrat Cm.
Another statue, that of Gen. John
15 u ford, will be added to the memor
ials that now dot the field of Gettys
burg, says the New York World, re
ferring more extensively to the honors
coming to the memory of the Kock
Island soldier. It will stand on the
spot where the opening gun of the
trreat battle was tired under Gen.
D n ford's personal direction. That
2ud, with three others of the same
battery, will be mounted, on low
granite blocks around the pedestal.
The statile was modeled bv the
American sculptor, James E. Kelly,
and was finely cast at the Henry-
Bonnard brooze foundry on West
Sixteenth street, where it was placed
on public view yesterday. It was
made for the Buford Memorial asso
ciation, of which uen. Wesley Mer-
ritt is president, and the funds were
subscribed by a number of old
Bafcrv C, of the Third artillery.
and two troops of the Sixth cavalry
have been ordered by the secretary
of war to participate in the dedica
tion ceremonies on July 1. Gen.
James H. Wilson will be 'the orator.
Gen. Buford. a Kentuckian. was
2-raduated at West Point in 1818.
lie was made a brigadier general
early in the war of the rebellion, and
nttaincd renown as a cavalry leader.
After passing through many battles
and recovering from severe wounds,
he died at Washington Dec. 15, 1863,
of disease resulting from the inces
sant toil and hardships he had ex
perienced. He was buried at West
A few hours before his death be
was commissioned a major general.
The Key City Raa Design Before taw M.
W. A. Camp.
The Modern Woodmen of Dubuque
want the next meeting of the head
camp in that city and have been out
gunning lor the ueiesates in every
possible manner. The lobbying
committee went to Madison Sunday
evening over the Milwaukee, so as to
be on the ground early in order that
everybody may ' know something
about the Key City of Iowa. Two
Leaf lard at Schroeder's.
Don't fail to read Jackson Hurst
ad. if vou have money to invest.
See the Arabs and Sernantze at
the Watch Tower tonight. Free.
The young ladies of St. Joseph's
parish will cive a strawberry and ice
cream festival on the church lawn to
Fine residence lots on Twentieth,
Twenty -first and Twenty -second
thousand cards have been printed streets for sale on easy terms. tee
with the following'inscriptioas and ad- M. M. Sturgeon, attorney at
put in the hands of every delegate I
and head officer at the meeting at I Stone, the directory man, is find
Madison now in session. The lob- ins a great many changes in resi-
bying committee opened np head- I dences since his canvassers first went
quarters and will leave no stone about, and all having changed should
unturned to secure me meeting ior give him their new number, enter
Dubuque next year. Several hun- by postal or calling at his office
dred from that city will go to Madi
son for Thursday, the gala day of the
week, accompanied by the Cornet
band, taking with them the banners
of the local camps for parade pur
poses. All the coaches will be gaily
decorated and have large banners
on the sides of the cars. The engine
also will be bedecked with ever
greens and flags and -have a large
headpiece in front bearing the ini
tials, "M. W. of A." The attendance
from Dubuque promises to be large
as many families will make the trip
DrflUQfE does not wint the earth, bat does
want tbe nvxt Head Camp meeting.
We have 45.00; papulation (estimate for 1S96)
We hare Dine hole a with 1,137 rooms.
We have four camp. U. W. A., with nearly
We are in the heart of wood cra.lt
We are situated on four trunk tinea with 25 pat-
seoircr train, daily.
We are situated on the Mississippi river, with
on Second avenue.
wo bridges connecting Illinois. Wisconsin and Iruaanil the annnintment of a Moline
We have the most picturesque city in America.
COLUMBIA, OLDEST FACTORY IN THE COUNTRY.
The Pope Manufacturing Co. compelled all high grade
wheels to come down to their price, $100; will also carry
aline of Hartford cycles, manufactured by the Tope
Manufacturing Co'., and Crescents, made by the Western
Wheel Works the largest wheel factory in the world.
1S20 Second Avenue, - -
The Fashionable Merchant Tailor
Has the most replete line of new patterns in imported
and domestic suitings In the city.
T ran f era.
SI James Shannon to M. E. Vin
cent, J lot 25. block 3, village of
ltipids City, $20.
Mattie H. Arp to C. W. Hink, part
assessor's lot 3. 33. 18. lw, $500.
June 1 C. P. Kider by exe., to
Mattie II. A. Arp. part assessor's lot
3, 33, 18, lw, f-50.
Gustav Stengel to J. L. Haas, part
block 73, Chicago or Lower add. of
llock Island, f 1.
J. II. Haas to Edward Bauergfield,
part block 73, Chicago or Lower add.
ltock Island, $775.
C. C. Simonson to E. A. Wheelock,
lot 9, block 2, R. Walker Tlace, South
Caroline Thompson to Charles Sun
denc, part lot 8, block 8, West Mo.
H. C. Boggess to John Kay, lot 5,
block 2, 5, 17, lw, South "Moline,
Henry Krueger toWilhelm Backer,
w so', 2a, 1G, 5w, $2.oO'J.
Frederick Dob. to William Dor
beck, 4 acres, si el w nwj 8, 17,
3 Guardianship of Ralph S. Pi
per. Guardian's account tiled and
hstate ot James Alexander. Claims
Guardianship of minor heirs of
Henry Spach. Final receipt of Henry
Spach (Dingeldcin) one of minor
heirs, filed and approved and guar
Estate of George W. D. Harris.
Inventory filed and approved. Ex.
ec'utrix's report tiled and approved.
Estate of Alexander Hasson
Proof of notice to creditors. Claims
allowed. Widow's relinquishment
and selection tiled and approved.
Licensed to Wed.
June 1 Erick Hcden, Miss Ida M.
4 Henry Dreesen, Miss Helen
Hcin, Rock Island.
DCBCyCK can, and will (it selected) entertain
the head officers, delegates and 20,000 visitors
in a royal and hospitable manner.
Rock Island is willing Dubuque
should have the next head camp
meeting if that city will help Rock
Island with the location of the head
AN IRISHMAN AND A JEW.
180C? Second Avenue.
CL UES GOUT. RHEUMATISM
TV. imitjal free, llf.lilr rnlcr.rrt l.y drc
tnrs H-fer u l!t llerry Cars, ex-ranor of
KIKR l"iUd n nlt tin! y.
SWAJiSON KIIKI MATIC CfltE CO.
lt.7 iH-.rbo-n M . t'birao.
Sn'd in Work Irl :nl by T U 1 buinu and Msr-
ball & F.fhvr.
the rarridru should b ui, l
tsedirin. Only hcrs.I
to ut the beat, ret
Dr. PsaFs Ps5irG.vs! P:?ls
" TkninrMapl.!!1' a" retain In malt. To r:nn((r. Pil nnrerdiap.
For sale by T. 11. Thomas. Druggist, sole agent. Rock Island. El.
iir ; lirl ouvv lrl c.l.ll'i ltf:il.
fit rnnnrll (tlltplal Krnort.
Citv Council Room. RocR Island,
June 3, ine meeting was
called to order by City Clerk Hues
ing. In the absence of the mayor.
Aid. William Kennedy was elected
mayor protem. There being no quo
rum, the council adjourned until
trutav evening at o clock, on mo.
tion of Aid. IVnder.
A. D. IIi-esing, City Clerk.
And those who are all tired out and
have that tired feeling or sick head
ache can be relieved of ail these
symptoms bv taking Hood's Sarsa-
parilia, which gives nerve, mental
and bodilv strength and thoroughly
purities the blood. It also creates
good appetite, cures indigestion,
heartburn aud dyspepsia.
Hood's pills are easy to take, easy
in action and sure in cucct Jo cents.
Notice to Water Cunsamer,
ater consumers are hereby noti
lied that the hours in which water
can be used for sprinkling purposes
are between G and 8 a. m., and 6 and
8 p. m. Those violating this orJ
nance will be deorived of tbe use of
water. Ii. F. Knox, Mayor.
Hereafter there will be no skiffs al
lowed to land at CHTermann's island
without a pass. The management
will furnish passes to proper persons
Lang Drought If rosea.
PASA, 111.. Jane 4. The long drought
here has been broken by a heavy rain and
wind storm. The government thermom
eter register! luJ in the aluiJe just before
Parks' Tea is a great blood purifier
and cleanser. A pleasant herb drink
which moves the bowels without pain
griping or discomfort. Sold by Hartz
A meeting to commence prepara
tions for a proposed county Sunday
school rally and parade July 4 is to
be held at the x. Al. C. A. ihurrday
evening. Rev. II. 0. Marshall is
chairman of the movement, and
those expecting to participate should
send their names to him.
During the month of May, accord
ing to Observer F. J. Walz. the mean
barometer was 29.97, the highest
being 30.34 on the 21st: the lowest
29; Go on the 28th. The mean tcm
perature was 63, the highest on
the 9th; the lowest 32 on the 14th.
There were 8 clear days, 17 partly
cloudy and 6 cloudy days. Frosts oc
curred on the 12th and 14th, and
there were thunderstorms on the 3d,
4th, 5th and 6th.
A number of business men of Mo
line met at the Art gallery, that
city, yesterday afternoon and dis
A. Eonlness Partnership That Has Been En.
Thcro is an np town business firm
one of the members of which is an Irish
man and tbe other a Jew. The Irish
man was born iu Cork and the Jow in
Cracow. They have been in partnership
for several yoars, during which they
havo bnilt tip a nourishing business.
The Irishman is beardless; the Jew has
a flowing black beard. Tho Irishman is
of tho typo of Rory O'Mooro; tho Jew
is of the typo of Moses.
They oro a mutual admiration pair,
and each has a solid respect for the
other. Tho Irishman is a rare wit; the
Jew is solemn aa thu Talmud. Tho Irish
man has a fine Corkonian brogue; the
nativo. speech of the Jew is tho Polish
jargon, which bo mixes with his Eng
Tho Irishman looks after the firm's
finances; tho Jow attends to tho bnying
and selling. Tho Irishman is a strict
Catholic and goes to cUurch ou Sun
day; tho Jew is rigorously orthodox
and goes to synagogue on Saturday.
Tho Irishman is ' pudgy, the Jow is
lean. They agreed nover to talk upon
reliqion, sibout which they disagree;
but, as the ono is a bimetallic Democrat
and tho other a Democratic monometal
lic, they can always find a 6nbjoct for
Tho Irishman 13 older than tho Jew,
but tho Jew is taller than the Irishman.
Both tho Irishman and tho Jew have
largo f-Knilios, and the children of both
attend tho samo school. Most of tbe off
spring of the Irishman aro girls, and
most of those of the Jew aro boys.
Tho favorite tipple 01 tbe Irishman is
ale, aud that of the Jew is wine. Tho
Irishman is quick tempered; tho Jew is
slow to wrath. These two busin ess part
ners, ono of them from Cork and the
other from Cracow, havo carried on
their establishment successfully for
years 111 this city, have divided tho
proflts evenly every quarter, havo never
had a quarrel that lasted more than a
minnte and have tnado enough money
to raise tham above the cares of life.
Sorely they deservo to grow rich. New
man by Gov. Altgeld on the commis
sion to locale the new insane asylum
After some discussion on the matter.
a committee consisting of Messrs
II. S. Fristoe. R. C. J. Meyer, J. M.
Gould, C. II. Pope and G. W. Vinton
was appointed to wait on Gov. Alt
geld and present the matter, Mr.
Deere being willing to resign
from the board to locate the Normal
school, with the plan of bringing it
to Rock Island county, although the
general purpose is to have the insti
tution located on tne cast nionne
The Bottom of the Be
Yields no pearl that can exceed in
beauty teeth whitened and cleansed
with that incomparable dentifrice
the fragrant SOUDONT. J. or is
coral rosier than the gums in which
such teeth are set. bo say the ladies
who are the best judges in such mat
Truths Trraly Told.
Foley's Sarsaparilla cleanses the
blood, gives tone to the system, im
parts life and vior, and makes the
weak strong. Trial size, 50c. M. F
Uahnseu's drug store.
The Argus, only 10c a week.
Got a llig G. A. B. Contract.
Atlanta, Juno 4. Mr. C. E. Itarman,
general passenger agent of tho Western
and Atlantic railroad, has notified the ex
position company that ho has closed a
contract or hauling 25.UUJ members of
tho U. A. K. from Chattanooga to At
lanta on llie :Mt.h of September. This is
in addition to the other crowds who will
make a lino turnout on that date.
lie served Six Presidents,
Washington, June 4. Louis Burgdorf,
of this city, was buried Sundny. lie was
W years of ao and began life as messen
ger to President Polk, continuing la the
same position for Presidents Taylor, Fil-
rnorc ficico, Buchanan and Lincoln
from IMS until lij and the United states
treasurer's office from ltoj to just bo fore
Headquarter for Trainmen.
GALESEl'lta,- Ills , June 4. The con
vention of the Brotherhood of Railway
Trainmen considered propositions from
Peoria, Galcsburir, Milwaukee, Tene
Haute, and Cleveland for pennnnent
headquarter. Tho convention referred
the propositions 10 a committee of five,
who will ask lor bids from other towns
Crops Are Drying Up.
RANTort, Ills.. June 4. The thermom
eter here marked Ilr3 degrees in the shade.
Oats and meadows are fast drying up.
A terrific dust and wind storm prevailed
here last uiiit, but no rain.
AN OFT REPEATED STORY OF
What t has. II. Ilacklry has Done for
From Qrand fttpida, Mich., Evening Prni.
The rnnt beautiful snot in all this citv is
inseparably aoeistet with the crime of Hack-
ley, t lias. 11. llackley has been in the
lumlx r business h;-re outinnouslv since 1S")
anu :n tli.u tune lias aniav-ed a f.irtnne which
giro lii 111 a ratin-r amnnp the wealth? men
of t'i' niiti.m. Uut with wealth tliereili.l not
come that tichtenin? of the purse strings
which is gem-rally a marked churactcru-lic of
It n ni winder then that the name of
Charles II. Ilaekler is known ot home and
abmail. His mu!iific-nec to Mnskegon ubine
ivpresni" an outlay 01 nearly ball a million,
ror in? nast twenty years he lias been a con
st.int sull.rer Inm neuruliria ami rheum-limn
als- numbness of the low:r limb, so much so
that it ha serionly interfered with his pleasure
in life. Fnr S'im time past his friends have
noticed that he has seemed to crow voun
a?:un ail ti have recovered the health which
he hat in vouth.
To a reporter for the Press Mr. Hackl"'
explained the secret of this transformation
I have sullen? 1 for over 2! vears." he said
" with pains in mv lower limbs so Sf?v i l
that the only reln-1 I could gi-t at nijrht was
hr putting cud water compresses on
limb. I was bothered more at night than
la tne aay time, the neuralcie and rlieu
mitie pains in my limbs, which hail li
growing iu intensity fr vears, finally be
came chronic. I made three trips t- the
Hot Spring's with onlv partial relief and then
i.mi dick i) my original state. 1 otildn I
sit still and my sufTerinu bean to make lif.
look very Ilu3. Two years aeo last S.-ptem
bor I noticed an account of l)r. Wil!iums
Pink Pills f,r Pale People and whatthrv had
doa- f r others, and some cases so nearly re-
semiileJ mine that I was iutereted. 1
wrote to one who had civen a tostimonis
an eminent professor of music in t'ann-la,
The r-plv I received was even stronc-r than
the printed testimonial and it gave me faith
in tne nicucine.
1 beiran takine the nilla and fnnnd them
10 De an mat tne professor bad told me th-j
would be. It was two or three months bo
fore I experienced any perceptible brtte;
ment 01 ray oniitton. lv disease was
inch long standing that I did not ep-t
speenT recovery ana was thautlul even ta
be relieved. I progressed rapidly, however,
rowaras recovery ana lor the iat six montli
have felt myself a perfectly well man.
have recommended the pills to many peo
and am onlv too glad to assist others to hra
through the medium of this wonderful im-'J
cine. I cannot sav too much for what it li:
done for me."
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills contain all the
elements necessarv to give new life and rich
lies to the blood and restore shattered nerves.
They are for sal; by all dmtreists, er mny b
had bv mail from Dr. Williams' Medicine
Company, Schenectady, X. Y., for &Jc. per
oox, or six boxes lor
Tho Lriclal veil is a purvival of the
cb.th borno 1,y four maidens over the
bridu at a Saxon marriage to conetal tbe
blu.-hes of the poor girl at the coarse
jrXi that -v-ro always bandied about oa
trtKn. Now um4 Lr over KhtH
ltsllc f artsnly. lirrinnUM Ur
dnninV a-WntaerfltwU-tlBaaja, HaJBsl
truw-r. $2. r or trt. t ;x $1. ttetol
itaintMf pHrUctti&rv M4b Ural
' ASSOCLAlkOlt. Chicago, ILL
ranaa- aji i sw rri
ittiVi yand team?-m
r un uuns.r.nu
BLACKING APPLIED AND
POLISHED WITH A BRUSH
I : " 'V- ! :t E-VniVrTi-lF nun"--
FOR A QUICK AFTER-DINNER SHINE
APPLIED AND POLISHED WITH A CLOTH?
Morse Bros. Props.Conton.Mass,USA.
Sold by Henry Dart's Sons, Wholesale Grocers. Rock Islnnd
Favorite Gas Stoves,
Ohio Ice Cream Freezers,
The Prince Lawn Mower.
All of the .above are the best of makes.
If you are interested call and see them.
Prices never were lower. Everyone
JOHN T. NOSTSKER,
Corner Third Ave. and Twentieth St.
Rock Island, 111.
" Stylish anJ Easj Running"
GoKMut-t-r s JrFFemr Mto. Co.
Boston. clii5!To. Nrvi Vork. Urnoklyn.
Dctruit. Waliinc a. Cowntry, lina.
McCABE BROS., Sole Agents.
1720, 1722. 17M. 1726 and
1728 Second Av.
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICF, XO: 2821 SIXTH AVKSUK.a.
Shop on Yin j street, ROCK ISLAND
J. F. Hoari'J. Tow RosarrULB
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters,
Hons Ueatintr and Sanitary Plumbing. Basement Rouk Island Nat. Batfk.
Wuim ZnTTtUag Ttam Flu
SUkSandktrchlef toa OlrcuTast.
Lico CiirUloB a SpKlaltj,
No. 1724 Third Ave.
V. 1C PA.RITER.
Telephone No. 1214.
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WbolcMl Daalar sad Inportar of
Wines and Liquors.
11 and 1618 Third At
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Fn In Bosih. Il.lr l-a-murf nu- S-OOaU
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bold t? Bnx CUemerer aad T. D Tbomu,
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