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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, JUNE 7, 1S9S.
A Surprise or Kow STICKS TO THE SAND,
Is in store if you haven't seen cur carpet prices.
There are so many claims made that we can
only say to you, come and look at our assort
ment, including everything in rugs, mattings and
floor coverings of every kind. The price
sure to please you.
Council Adheres to Its Original
Plans for Natural Filtration.
WATERWORKS COMMITTEES REPORT
Our Bed Room Suites
Arc our pride al o, and wc want you to inspect
the li-ie. No-v or.ee anin
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All Doulit as tn the Snrcrnnful Ojicratlon of
Til in System on the M iHsiftmnpi Kivrr Ee
mnved -Contract Let and Work to I'.t
1'tished -Animal MiWiijr or Health t'oni
Hock Island will have sand filtered
water. I lie city -n n-i 1 :it its
liimillilv session last evening so dc-
ided. iiiniu the Tccoiuiueudation of
waterworks committee, which in
report stated that all doubt as to
the successful filtration of Mississippi
water by this system had licea re
moved by an insicclioh of the plant
in oiK'i-ation at Ashland. Wis., as well
as the test made here.
1'he council hail .'its plans upset, it
...:u i . ... . i i
win oe rememncreii. sometime over a
month ago by the claims of rcpresent-
atives ot the Jewel column v that t ie
natural sand lilter was an eperiment
on the Mississippi, that the venlure
would prove a cosily one to thecilv.
mill that the mechanical tilter alone
gave the cpectcl results. A more
thorough investigation was ilecided
on. 'J lie outcome is adherence to the
Remember the Refrigerator.
Its a thinly. It will please you, and so we insist
that you come and see it. Everything else in
our line is up to date and at a proper price,
sure and call.
Clemann & Salzmann
Cor S-xteenth Strett and Second Avenue
m - m mr n. . r r z
Nothipcr is productive f more
prPHriritin nnthii't; i4 bet'er fit
ted to till the human jtvm with
poison, tlinr. a leaking jet. No
poiaon isijuit ho poisonous h illum
inatipj: ijbh. (nitH frcq'jenilj the
pipe needs only a little tioteriup to
.stop tbo leak, bus that tinkering
should be done by nno who tbor
rtcMj understaiuts his business
We think wo thoroughly nnder
glftnJ our Luslnosn, and should be
ploHsed to do anything for you in the
plumVng lice, at any time.
112 111 West SfVintM tth Strict, Koek Inland.
Tub Riaska i
' E If) 5 "i i r ".' J J
P ; : f-l .V
is the oldest and best on
the market. There being
over three times as many
of them in use as any
other refrigerator made,
Speaks for Itself
Call and see them. We
have a complete line acd
at prices that defy competition.
We are headquarters for Jewel Gasoline Stoves,
Hose and Hose goods, Lawn Mowers and Every
thing in the line of seasonable summer goods.
Opposite Harper House. 1S21 SECOND AVE
filial plans submitted by EuirimT
J. A. Harmon, t'outracts fur work
il I he reservoir site havelM.en let as
follows: Kxeavat ion. Sinolt t'ou
slriiclion c panv: rubble and brick
niasoS y and IScdford stone copiti"
('. J. ltikin; S.IHMI barrels of Port
land cement. Western Lime & Ciuncut
Co. Thti work uill be carried on linn-
is rapidly as possible.
Ileiilth for a Vrar.
In his annual report to the council
iieami ommissmner i omevs sav.s:
The health of the citv has been cx-
ellcnt, the per cent, of the death rati
er 1. ()() beini; i. 4 7. There havi1
Ih'ch verv few cases of conl.-i"-ioiis
liseascs renorted - a total of 111.
these 12 of diphtheria and 7 of scar-
i lever, wun no deatns iroin citlier.
I also lind there was but one death
neiii I vpnoui lever, jn uns eotinec-
tion I would ask the passa"e of an
ordinance reiiiirinir physicians to re
port all cases of t yphoul fever to t he
leparimeut. tor tins reason many
peop.e still persist III ilrinklil Well
water. If it were known what wati
t uev were r.riiikuiir in many eases it
would 1m- easy t hen to ascertain the
ource of t he disease. As we always
have more or less ditlicuitv in en
forcing our health ordinances.
would recommend the employment of
utli inspector. It has U en dem
onstrated for some time that tiu
filtrrs (mechanical) at the pumpin
station are overtaed. A bacterial
md chemical analysis of the ellhient
irave a very poor result. A radical
chaii're has liccn deenlctl on hy the
mavor ami waterworks coiuuiittet
Tlie p!a;is adopted are for
scries ot .-eltlinjr liasins. com
liiniiiLr seih-meulat ion anil aeration
with natural or slow sand tilter bed
aim a nisir:iuiio:i reservoir. When
this plant is completed and in opera
tion t lie city can. I am sure, furnish
practically sterile water for consump
tion." ( 'ominissioner 'omevs speaks
N THE CIRCUIT
Jury Acquits Wesley Keddig of
Wesley Keddii was aeiptted by a
jury at ID o chick last ni-rht. He
was trail on au indictmeut m which
he was charged with burglary and
larceny. He has another charge of
larceny to answer vet.
lientley Sutton, who has fijrtired in
he police court in a numlier of cases.
and has dime a few turns in the roped
arena, and has incidental! v served
term at Joliet for forirerv.
was placed on trial iicfore a
jury this nioruin for grand larceny.
for which he was indicted hy the
rand jury of the present term.
lleutlev's olTense is the alleged theft
f a wagon lielonging to I'cter Auers.
He is lH-ing defended bv H. A. Wel.l
ind ). E. Cramer, while State's
Attorney Searle is prosecuting.
An additional jiancl of jurors for
service at the .May term were drawn
today. They arc: Kalph Havcrstick,
William Krocger. N. F. I'eterson.
Chris Danielsou. Peter J. Kahlke. A.
IVtcrson. .Louis (ilockhoiT, Im-ii
Uinck. I'cter Curnyn. John Olof.
Henry Kramer. Jr.. Hock Island:
James Fitpatrick. l?-iij:iitiin ll'.mlap.
South Uock Island: raul llauna. A. K.
Hi'iirv. (Jeorge Wriirht. F. O. Ander-
on. Henry Wagner. W. A. Jones, tins
Vtcrs. J. M. I'ieice. l'crrv Mont
gomery. John Isaacksoti. Alfred lcn-
son. Moliue: Ilcrmau loeuit.. tieorirf
McLav. South Moline; Ed u aid Cook.
I'cter Florin, Otto Schultz. Hainiitou
S. L. StatTord. Henry Hillii r. Coal
Valley; tJeorgc Hnnier. Cue; Charles
Schafcr. David Hallcr. Zuma: John
iii.iiii. IhilTalo l'raivi"': James Coyne
Ink Hawk; IS. F. Ha Hard. Andalu-ia
Charles P.lanchard. Ururv; AU'
Scaver. I'Mgintrloii; . 1'. F. Haird,
STILL AHOTHER SITE.
Mc C ABE'S
Prospect of Camp Alger
Aain Changed in
BOYS ARE AHUOUS FOR SERVICE.
EHMER SCHINDLER WEDDING
Koek lsTand ?."cImm! TraclnT Itioiupn ttir
t.rhle of n ItittincMrt Mn.
Andrew E. Khmer and Miss Marie
T. S. hindler were married at 1 o'clock
this afternoon at. the home of the
bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ferdi
nand Schindler. -""Jl Fift h avenue.
Rev. C. O. McCulloch. pastor of the
First Met hodist church, was the offi
cial itur c!cr:rvman. the ceremony be
ing attended only by relatives and a
Mr. and Mrs. Khmer will take a
brief wedding trip, which will include
a visit to the Omaha cNosilion. and
after w hich they will take up their
residence in this city.
The bride, who is a graduate of the
High school, has for the past few
years been connected with the Hock
Island public school teaching corps,
and was considered one of its most
successful members.. The groom is
proprietor of a granite and marble
works on Eighteenth street.
i of i!i-posing of the
garbage, which is giving excellent
satisfaction: recommends the system
atic cleaning of the stn-cts and alleys,
and also recommends further sewer
extensions and that the citv control
the cutting of ice. as many complain
of unsrrupulous dealers offering for
sale sewerage ice.
Hidsfor-the paving of Thirtieth
street were ordered invited.
The council will meet again nct
Monday night to consider the annual
The rejMirt of Chief Pender for Mv
shows 'li arrests 17 stale cases and
city cases on the followiiigchargi-s:
Hurglarv. :: breach of the peace. I:
vagrancy. I; larceny. :5; violating
state pharmaceutical law, 1; violating
city hack ordinance. 1; assault and
battery. ;!: disorderly conduct. I: de
frauding hotel bill. I. The patrol
made 'Jo runs. J'.i tramps were lodged.
1- meals furnished to prisoners, while
( lights were reported out.
Health Commissioner Comegvs' re
port shows six deaths during the
month of May. the causes licing brain
fever, fatty degeneration of the heart,
appendicitis, nervous prostration,
malaria fever, and pulmonary tuler
culosis. Three of the decedents were
married and three single. Seventeen
births were reported to the depart
ment. 10 U-ing male and 7 female.
The Winona and Verne Swain were
in port. f
The W. J. Yor,:ig, Jr., went out on
her regular trip.
I'.oats up were t he Hedar and Hat
tie Oarling: down, the Hedar and
The stage of the water at Hock Isl
and bridge was 1.10 at 6 a. in. and
l.lo at noon; the temperature at
The water is rising at all inints
ibove lies Moines rapids, except
North McCJregnr. where it is statiou-
u v. It is falling at Keokuk and St.
Imis. while the indications are that
will rise slightly from Dubieiue to
Tax Sale Motif-.
The sale of lands and lots upon
which the tax ot I'.' and prior Vears
remain due and unpaid will take place
at the treasurer s olhcers at the court
house, commencing at 10 o'clock a.
m. Monday. June 13. with the town
ships of Cordova. Canoe Creek. Coe.
Port Hy ron. Zuma. Hampton. South
Moline.' S.uth Uock Island. Hlack
Haw k. Coal Vnllev. Rural. Bowlin
Edgington. Andalusia. HulTalo Prairie.
and Dniry: Tuesday. June 11. Moline
Wednesday. Jinn- l.j. Hock Island.
Many I'roplr Cannot Itrink
CViffee at night. It spoils their sleep.
lou can drink lirain-U when vou
please and sleep like a top. For
train-l does not stimulate: it nour
ishes, cheers and feeds. Yet it looks
and tastes like the lest coffee. For
nervous persons, young people and
children. lram- ithe jterb-ct drink
Made from pure grains. Get a twk
aire from vour grocer today. Trv it
in place of coffee. 15 uud 25c.
ll;id No I-ImTgy
Mv blood was impure, boils br
out and 1 had that tired feeling. In
hort I was all run down and did not
uive any energy. Alter taking a few
I tics of Hood's Sarsaparilla' I felt
iniU'li U'tter, and I recommend this
nedicine for purifying the blood and
milding up the system.1 James
Henderson. Hoodville. III.
Hood's Pills are easy to take, easy
to oTate. Cure indigestion, head-
Tho? Rumor an to Whrre the Slth
May lie Sent Some of the Soldier
Coniinc Home to Rerroit the Cotn-
paniea op to Their Fall Required
Camp Alger, w here our soldier lvs
are stationed, may again U changed.
if it lie ltosssible to obtain a more
favorable location' anywhere in the
vicinity of Washington. A week ago
a commission was appointed to ex
amine the camp and report whether
the objections raised to it were well
founded. An alleged report of this
commission wa given out in Wash.
iiigton tliat was tavoralile to the con
tinuance of of the camp in its present
location, it now seems that this was
not the reiMirt of the commission
w hich appear not to have liccn favor
able at all. A commission was a
pointeil yesterday to examine a site
on lhe hanks ol Hie I'otomae river on
the Virginia side, south of the old
citv of Alexandria, and to report as to
its drainage, elevation above the sea
water siipply. sanitary condition and
general availability forjcainping pur
poses. I he commission is comiMiscd
of Lieut. Col. P. T. Vroom. Lieut.
Co!. A. C. (iirard, Lieut. Col. J.J.
Liisk and Maj. iuv Howard. Tin
tract of laud to lie examined
was offered bv M. P.. Harlow as
agent for the owners. It would fur
uish plenty of water for bathing.
which the present camp does not.
The tith Illinois is still cheerful over
the rumors that it may go to tin
I'lwli opines, even though no coulirma-
t mi of them could . be obtained, and
Adit. lien. Col bin llatlv denied them
There was also a report in circulation
that Senator llanna. on his visit to
the camp, had declared that the en
tire 'm corps would soon be sent to
Porto Hico. It was the general im
pression that troops for the Cuban
ami Porto Uican campaigns will In
draw n exclusively from the regulars
and the volunteers at Chickamauga
and that the soldiers at Camp Alger
will be held in reserve for rcciiforce
incuts and coast defenses, with little
chance of participating in an invasion
or a hattle. J his is naturally o
casioning great, iiissat isiact ion among
the troops from Illinois, w ho are only
waiting for an 'OiUHirtuuit v to smell
The Uvs have dubbed the bathing
house bought by Lieut. Col. Kittilscn
for the hospital Kittilscn Hcach."'
To Recruit the Sixth.
Lieut Col. Kittilscn. of HieClh Illi
nois, has detailed the following men
to go home and recruit tht
companies ol the nth no to their
full .strength of 10t men: S-rgt
Edward Dunaviu. Company A: Cor
poral A. X. CcdcrlioiT. Company
; Jscrgt. ( al l J. I Itariue. oni pauy
C. and Private Edwin Flake. Company
1. ot the 1st liatlalion: Lieut. .Mcln
tosh, rrivate .lolin Hensmger. mn
panv E: Private Mvron Jordan, t ont-
pany t: Sergt. Samuel W . tushim.
Company (I. and Corporal 'eorge t
Cox. Company II. of the id battalion:
lent, rnsliic, Sergt. Andrew J. Os
borne, Jr., Company I: Sergt. John
Scott. Company K; Sergt. George A.
Held. Company L. and Sergt. George
Palmer, Company M, :d battalion
Privates lmis Hosculicld. Company
A: Guv Ivogi is. t ompanv h. and r.
Holiday. Company II. have been de
tailed to sfrv' :tt the division hospi
I'he following came to Tiif. Ak;cs
this afternoon from 'ait. McC-oiio-
lie: Camp Alger. Va.. June 7
Sergeant iMinavin leaves tonight for
home to get i'H men.
Wll.l.lAM II. M'('oMM'illK
4- varis W hite Welt F line. fSe s yard
lory kuouiu ie. out wlule tuey last . .
CVI yards Cotton Crcnadines. one of the e-
son s hum si v lisn tanru-s. a real Imrealu at
SSc a yard. tUis eek your cb.Hcc au IQIm
per yard iw;w
5 pieces Ccnuine Mulhocse tinrandiex. ). W
am! .ic Is t he pnee nwvst cvrry where, but
here. thU eck wc OT
ISc sw e'l desiirns in ine lrintert lndi
Laiiocs. a rarelurKuinitt. ht yanl
9" remnants of He White Victoria ' awns. .
und r.-yaril lengths, um the tliinir for a
dainty, while, hoi ilay tires, cho ee Q
Cut Thin Out und Urine It With Vou.
On presentation of this couimui we
will hand you back one-tenth f the
cost on any Silk YAaist vou may buy
this week. Thus:
If you hiiy a Silk Waist for
ml prese nt Ihi r.M.pon. yMi
will havs v refunded.
To make 1: more intorsiin. we wilt make
these lri.-aiu lots or soui' len s of Silk aists
we wish to -iK. oul this week
We open wveral new lota of high
class miUinery at prices that cannot
fail to interest.
i note Pine Piraw Sailor, have aoid
freely al fl. now only
ftai-iew. n wiuoh in demand for CbQ
drrn s Ht SHr lninehe ro at
3t pieer choice Fancy Rmhnrw f.ir
trininiiucs. r.S and 3he valucn so at,
.V pieces fine !leU Satin lUhNm. ?ne
widlh l'-e. extra wide XN; width
l down H'a "t Milan flat
Ii'dnrni lar-e Klwk Harden ilats
ry ItUH' aiue f.ir
. i.7.ea assorted faney braid Children '
Hals, regular iriee34e. hue they last
He prompt. We cannot guarantee
I-ds to last long at these price.
dozen large Mexican Hammock ami 1 d07.cn close- woven Fancy
Hammocks, all 7.V xalue. while they last 39C
Full color ILiuimoeks. two spreader. ?1 value ASc
Assorted color. c!o-e woven Hammocks with spreader and pillow.
piod f 1 .-'." value 75C
Handsome f.incv Hammocks with two spreaders, full si.e, fl..r0to
SI.CS value, this sale !. f 1 and $1.12
Hig elegant color HamnoH-k. wilh balance, concealed spreader and
pillow, up to values will ! $l.:l and $1.48
Half a thousand other Hammocks for thi sale at ri-e ranging In
the $7 chair Hammocks, which we shall sell at $4.97
Ladies Suits and Jackets.
t'nlil clos4Ml oul. Lilies' Suits, s irt
iuhI jiu'kcl. h(hsli cut uihI make.
worth timilile. at
MmiuI -M I .allies' S'xlish S.pri:iir
JaekiMs. none wttrlh less thant.'.
w ill lie just
Seme :t:i Sprini.' Jaekets w ili :;..iiiel,ly
hid Gloves Free This Week.
Tofuitlier I. crease the iatrront In tbli
ale w make I'm following (ixerp'l mal of
fer. To anyone but I ik a Ldi Suit at
7 .f.O r over, or Jacket at to or om thU
we-k. we will Rive a bandtomo pair of Kid
tdovos to match the garn wit free.
WeTurn Them Out lust Right.
Fitted to Pel b-ct ion. Right in the Style, Clothed in the
Host Material. Sure in Wearing Qualities. Satislie! with
fared. I hi yon want a Sjuarcr,
Our Spring Suits
Arc a Wonder in
Quality and Price
They are all Sizes, all St vies, all
(INK iHK.T I'.Ki IIAIKiAIN IN I'liK'K.
Assortment is too good for you.
thein yours at a price within your
Colors, all ShaM-. at
Nothing in all our Fine
They are any one of
reach. We claim the
If the party who took the Monarch
wheel from in front of t he Arcade cigar
tore Sunday evening will return il I
will pay $10andsk no piestions. ami
will led prosecute. I will pay $H to
any jierson returning it.
f IIAI.I.r.S l.K A 1. LI. V.
7JI Twenty-third street.
Attention. Camper and Flshinc I'artie
We r.re. headquarter for camping
and fishing supplies; also a full line
of fresh groceries always on hand and
at t he lowest price. Ice delivered to
all camp. Fresh and cured meats,
fresh produce direct from the farm.
All goods sold wid lie delivered free
S. J. Apple. Scars, III.
Suffered 87 Veara With Kidney IMaeaae.
fl. A. Stillson. a merchant of Tain-
pico. in., writes: Foley Kidney
Cure is meeting with wonderful suc
cess. It has cured some enses here that
physicians pronounced incurable.
111 v sell aiu able to testify to it
merits. Mv face today is a living
picture of health, and Foley 's Kidney
Cure has made it such. I had suffered
".'7 year with the disease, and today
I feel 10 years younger than I did one
vear ago. I can obtain sonic won
derful certificates of its medical rpial
ities." For sale bv T. II. Thomas.
Mothers lose their dread for "that
terrible second summer"' when they
have I'r. Fowler's Extract of Wild
StrawU'iTV in the house. Nature
siecitic for bowel complaints of every
sni. tr sale i.v .Marshall lishcr
BwrttU - y11w!tiwYwfiwiw5nBfj
U'st showing of Good. Stylish Suits you ever saw,
TO SAVE YOU MOSEY
1S04 Second A vet uc
rdornte Tonr IVowrl With Cmrarrt.
t.'aniir f'jtlinrttr. cum comitinaiinn furntrr I
ICc. c. If C. C. C. fail. (IniKCists refund money. I
79c Glove Sale
PENNEffS GLOVE STORE.
ON SOILED LINEN
I J. Ramser9
IS THE AIM AND OBJECT OF THE
Jeweler and Optician.
Rock Island SUntn Laundry
t I Kow located In their own dcw building at 1814 Third A?ea
I Dr jp a poital or telephone the wagon will call