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We want to be
of the sale of Lace
14c and 18c a pair (all
To our Dress Goods TWartmnnt
and to thoroughly advertise several great
leaders in this line, we will place on sale
Monday, and until -sold, a full line of
Henriettas at 21c a yard; others may sell
at 3?e. This lot comprises a great many
short lengths suitable for children's
dresses and combination suits. The long
lengths are all the newest and choicest
colors for full costumes. We repeat the
price wnue vney last, ai cents.
We have decided on a price for firstrl
quality Mosquito Netting, that will ad
mlt of no talk back, fall length and first
quality, best goods at 28c per piece, 4
cents a yard.
11 ...,or nnta nn th remains nt th Wathnroll atnMr this woaV ThaM
iilrft B f,iir nsnortmeni 01 me priniea xnaia biiks at xvc ana several dozen
pjildren's Kiblwd Jersey Vests at6c each.
1714, 1716. 1718. 1720 and 1723 Rkcond Ayknuk, Rock Island.
OUR ENTIRlt 8TOOK OF
I WALL SAPER
We will make it pay you to buy your Paper of us now if 'you con
trmj'Ute using any during the coming year. The stoek MUST BE
n.1 and by buying of us now you can get it at manufacturers'
j-Remember the place,
KINGSBURY & SON,
1705 Secend Avenue.
Wm. A damson.
THE PAVING PETITM.
The County Court Proceedings
Vlty Attorney Haas' Ideas mm to the
Cwarae the City I4nmld Parsae-lm-portaat
AetUa E spectra To.Nlfht.
Adamson fc Ruick,
Shops Corner Ninth St., and Seventh Avenue,
Rock Island, 111.
ral Jobbing'and Repairing promptly done.
gT"Second Hand Machinery bought, Bold and repaired.
Sterling Silver ana Plated Ware,
Gold-Headed Canes, Spectacles
Other Optical Goods
No. 1827 Secopd Avenue.
ilew Elm Seet Qrocery
GEO. E. BROWNER,
(Successor th Danquard & Browner)
Flour ajstd feed
Family Groceries and Provisions,
He solicit a share of the trade and will make Drices as low
me lowest. Telephone connections.
GIVE THE NEW STORE A TRIAL.
City Attorney, Joseph L. Haas, filed in
the county court tjday the petition to
levy a special ass ssment for the pave
ment of Second uvenue with vitrified
brick from Twen Jeth , street west to
Fourteenth. Mr. Haas returned from
Quincy Saturday evening, where he has
been posting him If thoroughly on the
subject of paving, and has every paper
prepared and is redy to push the pro
ject as fast aa the law will allow him
This he proposes to do.
Mr. Haas also has some very good
suggestions which he will lay before the
council for embodiment in the formation
of the contract under which the work
will be done. Mr. Haas idea is
that the contractor be required to
make a monthly report, and es
timate of the work, up to that time ac
complished. Thif is to be submitted to
the mayor, superintendent of streets and
street and alley c mmittee. If it proves
satisfactory, eighty-five per cent of what
has thus far been collected will be paid
the contractor and the remaining fifteen
reserved by the ci y. This will be done
each month while the work is in progress
and at the time ths work is completed
the contractor shall receive the accumu
Mr. Haas will a1 so advise the council to
make a provision that the contractor
shall have no claim or lien upon the city
beyond the limit of whatthecity actually
collects by spec.al assessment for this
The council is 1 kely to take important
action with regard to the paving question
tonight and a nunber of contractors are
already in the city.
I'onrral of Kngincrr Kgaa.
The remains of the late engineer Pat
rick Egan, arrived from Chicago Satur
day evening, accompanied by Mr. R. J
McQee and Engineers Shield and Mc
Cormack, of the Rock Island road, and
some of the men employed by Mr. Mc
Gee in Chicago From the latter it is
learned that afur transacting his busi
ness with the coapany, Mr. Egan had
spent some time rith Mr. McQee, who is
hia brother-in-law, and had then
started for home. The other particulars
are as stated, except that the unfortunate
engineer had attt mpted to climb upon a
freight car instead of the engine, and
being thrown uion the rail, the wheels
passed across tht chest, severing the left
arm and crushicg the body, producing
Yesterday alternoon the funeral
was held, there being a large
concourse of people at the house of
the dead engineer on Twenty-fourth
street and Sixth avenue, previous to
the service at St. Joseph's church, which
was crowded. The norai designs were
profuse and benutiful, including appro
priate designs from the engineers and
Modern Woodmen. Mr. Egan was not
a member of the Brotherhood of Locomo
tive Engineers, but every engineer on the
road had a feeli lg of brotherly love for
It being the wish of the family that the
rites of the church be strictly and solely
observed, the Woodmen did not partici
pate in a body ts was expected, and the
pall bearers were chosen entirely from the
railroad associa es. They were: James
Mir field, Thomas Greeby, Andrew
Shields, J. J. MzCormack, John Breecher
and John Mur.in. The services at St
Joseph's church were brief and included
a funeral address by Father Mackin
which, while eulogistic of the deceased,
was full of words of consolation to the
bereaved ones, whose aching hearts are
The cortege, which was in charge of
dough & Colt in, to the cemetery, was
one of the largest ever held in the three
cities. All branches of railroad employ
ment engineer, firemen, conductors,
brakemen and switchmen were represent
Tse BMlaeaapieaat tfcta Jltnlis
Flaaaelal Reports, Kte.
This morning's session of the Swedish
Lutheran Evangelical synod at Angus
tana college was devoted entirely to bus
iness, the time being nearly all occupied
with the hearing of the financial report
of Augustana college and of the building
Prof. Svard offered his resignation as
a member of the constitutional commit
tee, but it was not accepted. A. O. Ber-
sell resigned as a member of the lethargy
committee and it was accepted.
The synod proceeded with the election
of the Augustana board, but without
reaching a choice this morning.
The hours of session were altered so as
to be from 8 a. m. to 12 m. and 2 to 5 p.
m., and speeches limited to five minutes
Later three members of the college
board were elected H. O. Lindeblad, P.
Weterlund and C. O. Thuhn.
is one array of beauty with its loads of new
Wall Paper, Curtains
Call and make your selections from the Largest stock,
the Newest Patterns and Lowest prices.
Thm BoMtiea Meet.
The republican county committee met
at the Harper Saturday afternoon. Bosb
Wells presiding, and quite a number of
little bosses present. The object of the
meeting was to decide upon the calling of
a convention to take action relative to
nominating a candidate for the office
made vacant t y the death of State's At
torney O'Mara. It was decided to hold a
convention to nominate a candidate for
the office on Tuesday, July 2, and to rec
ommend that the primary meetings be
held on Saturc ay, June 29. The rating
of representation was fixed at one dele
gate for every fifty republican voters and
one for every fraction of twenty-five or
more, together with one obsolute dele
gate from each township. The pre para
tion of a call under these conditions was
left with Bose Keouler.
The Chl iareaa' Contribution.
The juvenile entertainment given at
the residence of F. C. Hoppe Saturday
afternoon pro red a success in every par
ticular. The exercises were heartily en
loved and 15 50 cleared, which Mr
Hoppe left at the Argus today to be de
posited in tht fund for the Johnstown
sufferers. Tills was done, the money
having already been placed in Treasurer
Paul's hands. The little people's effort
was very pra seworthy and their success
of great gratification all
is a matter
The SJpeelaT ifileetloa.
County Cltrk Donaldson is today send
ing out the notices of special election to
fill the office of state's attorney, the date
of such electi on being July 16.
Mrs. Bote! e. the most celebrated na
tural seer in the United States, will re
main for a iort time at the Commercial
hotel, room I and parlor, where she can
be consulted from 9 a. m. to 10 p. to.
Entire satit faction given and charges
moderate. English, French, German,
1 Spanish and Italian spoken.
THK SWEDISH SYNOD.
J. C. Scott was fined f 5 and costs for
being drunk and disorderly.
Mrs. Schiebler was fined $3 and costs
this morning for tongue-lashing Mrs.
Brown. The parties to the proceedings
are neighbors living in the Fifth ward.
Marvin West became inebriated last
night and fell through one of the $160
plate glass windows of Goldsmith's
store, on Second avenue.' Officer
Long took him to the cooler.
Mike Kellv was held in $2,000 bonds
by Justice Hawes this morning for the
Buffalo Prairie arson. His mother and
Mills Joyce became his bondsmen. It
was alleged at the preliminary hearing
that there had been a bitter feeling be
tween Kelly and Perry B. Moore, grow
ing out of politics and that Kelly had
fired Moore's barn and destroyed its con
tents for pure ugliness and spite.
Marshal Miller's services were necessa
ry yesterday to settle a misunderstanding
over the rightful possessor of the number
which won the gold watch at the Flor
ence Hamilton engagement Saturday
night. The winning number was 133,
which was held by Conrad Whittig, who
was in the gallery Saturday night when
it was called out, but did not get down to
the stage until another number had been
called, and the watch given to a young
man from Davenport. Whittig, however,
was not disposed to be deprived of his
rights, and yesterday he had Marshal
Miller see that he got it.
Saturday afternoon Arthur Herwig, a
mere boy, rented a skiff, and with some
other boys, went out for a ride on the
river. They were hailed by John Lan
non and James Thomas,' vho induced
the boys to take them in. Then like
pirates they took possession of the ship
and ordered the boys to surrender the
contents of their pockets on threats that
if they refused they would be thrown
into the river. Her, ig had considerable
money having $10, which the pirates
took, and buying a keg of beer with it
went down to the island to enjoy
themselves. The boys returned to the
city and informed Marshal Miller, who,
with Officer Sexton, went to the island
and gathered Lannon and Thomas in.
Care of the Ky.
Shades ou lamp or gas burners should be of
milk or trround gloss; uever of colored
Never sleep opposite a window which will
throw a flood of strong light on your eyes
when jou wake in the morning.
When bathing the face do not opnn the
eyes under water, as this is apt to be injuri
ous to the epithelial covering of the eye.
In all institutions, particularly for chil
dren, where the eyes are required to do close
work, the proportion of the square surface
of the windows to the square surface of the
floor should never fall lielow one to four.
The short sighted eye is essentially a dis
eased eye and should be treated as such. It
affects by preference those who use their eyes
constantly for fine or neat work," and is al
most unknown among the uncivilized nations.
When children work by light which faUV
in their faces they are apt to bund the body
forward so as to shade tho eyes by the beat!
or else twist it around so that the light shall
fall on I he pne. Both of these positions are
pernicious. There is great danger of the
chest looming narrow and contracted and
of the spino lei-ominc curved.
To I withe the eyes projierly take a large basin
of cold water, bend the head clone over it,
and with lxth hands throw the water with
some force on the eontly closed lids. This
has something of the same effect as a shower
bath, and has a toning up influence which
water applied in any other way has not. De
troit Free Press.
The Grand Old Woman.
Mrs. Gladstone has been all her life the
confidant and friend of her husband. She
has no life apart from him. He has not an
other friend in equally confidential relations.
XSeither by omission nor commission has she
violated her trust. I.ady Palmerston and
Lady Beaconsfleld had each her salon. Lady
Randolph Churchill has hers. In their draw
ing rooms politics is the theme as freely as in
the upholstered novels of the late Disraeli.
Mrs. Gladstone never had a salon. The only
politician in her boudoir all her life has been
the Grand Old Man. What services she has
rendered him, with sagacious counsel, with
loving warning, with loyal consolation, only
he knows. When the real life of Gladstone is
written the twuin will not be parted. The
Grand Old Woman will go down to honor,
where she has been so many years, side by
side with the Grand Old Man. Chicago
One of the cleverest women in Boston
Miss Lilian Whiting, literary editor of The
Boston Traveller. She lives cozily at the
Brunswick. She goes to her little den in The
Traveller office at 8:80 a. m., and remains
until 1. oftentimes later. The editor of The
Chicago Inter Ocean said once that Miss
Whiting's letters were the most acceptable he
This busy woman makes about $8,000
year. The pile of books she can review in
twenty-four hours (some one said) ia almost
incredible. She is a close friend and enthusi
astic admirer of Kate Field, of Louise Chand
ler Moulton and of Genevieve Ward. She
gathers about her the most interesting liter
ary people, men and women. She is extrava
gantly fond of Boston, and prefers living
there to living in any city in America. She
was born in the west. Mary Clemmer was
one of her valued friends. Lewiston Journal.
Located la Savsnport
. Doctors of the English staff of spe
cialists have opened a permanent office at
room 16. Masonic Temple, Davenport,
To establish a wide reputation within a
short time, they will render their services
until Wednesday, Jane 19th, free of
charge. To show the extent of their
skill tbey offer a large premium if they
fail to cure any vase thev undertake of
chronic, special or nervous diseases
Head office, London, England; estab
liabed In 1870.
Creosote is proposed as a fnel for tor
Quaker rolled oats.
Quaker rolled oats. Try it.
Council meeting to night.
Gen. W. A. Schmitt is in Quincy.
W. O. Negus was in Chicago Saturday.
Ask your grocer for Quaker rolled
Wm. Bosold, of Edgington, was in the
After using Quaker rolled oats you will
not be without it.
A good milch cow for sale at 104
Drury Weatherhead, of Carbon Cliff, is
in the city today.
Silk lace mitts 8, 11, 14 and 18 cents a
pair at McCabe Bros.
No. 40 fancy brocade ribbons 9 cents
a yard at McCabe Bros.
Read Geo. W. D. Harris' ad. New list
of bargains in real estate.
The finest breakfast dish extant
Quaker rolled oats. Try it.
Mr. Fred Hass has gone to Chieago on
a business trip of a few days.
The very latest in directoire ruchings
just received at McCabe Bros.
Best quality mosquito nets 28 cents a
piece 4 cents a yard at Mcuaoe Bros.
Quaker rolled oats is one of the finest
and healthiest dishes known to the civilized.
Mr. Frederick Weyerhauser and fam
ily sailed from New York for Europe on
Did you ever? No I never tasted such
delicious breakfast dish as Quaker
The Rock Island glass workers are
holding their annual picnic on the Hop-
The Florence Hamilton company com
pleted its engagement at Harper's theatre
A rush, a crush for those 2 inch fancy
ribbons at 61 cents, and 3 inch at 9
cents at McCabe Bros.
Nos. 16 and 40 fancy picot edge bro
cade ribbons 6J and 9 cents a yard.from
the failure, at McCabe Bros.
Cheap loans by the Rock Island
Building association, Tuesday evening,
June 18. E. H. Guyer, Secretary.
What's the matter? Another ribbon
house gone to the wall. No. 16 fancy
brocade ribbon at 6J cents a yard at Mc
For sale Harper house barn on T. M.
C. A. lot to be moved at once by pur
chaser, to make room for new building.
H. J. Lowrer.
A large number from this city attended
the funeral of Arthur, the six year old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Rotchschild at
Will Smith, a Davenport broom maker.
and Kate La filer, of this city, were
quietly married at Muscatine about three
weeks ago, and have gone to Joliet to
Capt. A. J. Whitney, the river contrac
tor, was in town this morning and
notice appears in tonight s Argus for a
large number of men to work in the quar
ries below Andalusia.
A squad of beautiful young ladies
under the generalship of Miss Napoleon,
will execute one of their fine chocolate
drills al the United Presbyterian sociable
In the county court today the mother
and sisters of the late Patrick O'Mara,
waved the right of administratrix and
Judge Adams appointed Joseph L. Allen
administrator of the estate.
Agent Holmes is advised that the C,
M. & St. P. will offer excursion rates of
one fare for the round triD for July 4th,
tickets good going July 3d and 4th and
returning coupons until July 5th.
Baker & Barnhart is the name of a new
business house located at 1613 Second
avenue and composed of H. G. Baker and
W. O. Barnhart, dealers in merchant's
wrapping stock and sundries.
Harry G. Brooks, mailing clerk at the
postofflce, was obliged on account of ill
ness, to absent himself from his duties
for a few days week, and Messenger Ed
M. Wilcox attended to his work.
In a letter renewing his subscription to
the Argus, Mr. John A. McBride, of
Aiedo, closes with the remark: "All
have to say is, be sure and elect a demo
cratic states attorney and all will be
A sociable and dance is to be given in
Armory hall Wednesday, June 19, under
the auspices of the D. O. H. and A. O.
U.W.of Rock Island,for the benefit of the
Johnstown sufferers. H. M. Abe 11 is
chairman of the reception committee;
F. C. Hemenway of the invitation ; Chas.
Oswald, of the floor, and Wm. Robb of
t he door.
Mr. S. N. Conever, who for the past
four years has been acting as station
agent for the R. I. & P. railroad, at
Orion, has accepted a position in this
city as night train dispatcher for the
company. Mr. C. Hi Luppincott, lately
a clerk in the general offices here, has been
appointed agent at Orion. J. E. Spurr,
night train dispatcher in Rock Island
There is to be quite a notable family
re-union at Holten, Kan., this week.
when the McCandless family will meet
together for a six days' session
The Rock Island road will on Wed
nesday morning take out Dr. A.
H. McCandless, wife and daughter.
of this citv; Dr. A. W. Mc
McCandless, wife and son, and Dr. C. R.
McCandless, of Davenport, and IL A.
McCatdless, of Cedar Rapids, who form
the party who will meet with the other
eight members of the family.
All those Interested in the organization
of the Rock Island Humane society for
the prevention of cruelty to animals and
children, are requested to meet at the
rooms of the Citizens' Improvement as
sociation this evening at 7:30 o'clock
Mr. Hubbard has been quite successful
in obtaining the names of many of our
leading citizens as members, but there are
quite a number he has not been able to
see, who are cordially invited to be pres
ent. Mr. Hubbard will be present and
fully explain the workings of the society
- . U. 8. Siokal Orrica.
For the nexV24 hours for Illinois, slight
rains, followed by fair weather.
Fifty or one hundred stone quarry men
wanted three miles below Andalusia at
once. A. J. Whitney. Contractor.
DEATH DEALING COUPLERS.
Statistics Showing; tho Need or Compelling
the Use of Better Appliance.
At the session in Washington of the state
railway commissioners with the interstate
commerce commission, ex-Commissioner Cof
fin, of Iowa, now representing the Brother
hood of Brakemen, mads an address which
was received with marked attention. In the
course of it he said, referring to the slaughter
of men by the old link and link coupler and
the hand brake: ''Our commission in Iowa
has caused a law to be made that has been on
the statute books ten years, to the effect that
the railroads shall report to the commissioner
the accidents occurring alone their lines, and
tt is shown that in ten years we have killed
and maimed 2,424 men in the state of Iowa
by these two causes alone.
'These are astounding facts. The averace
won ia De something like SHU a year. These
reports commenced when we only had 5,000
miles of railway, while now we have 8,000.
The commissioners' report last year shows
that there were killed and wounded by these
twe-causes alone, 349. We think in Iowa our
roads are managed as carefully as any roads.
We are a temperance state, and our railway
men are temperate and careful, and still last
year there were over 349 men killed and
maimed by the two causes I have spoken of.
"there are 150,000 miles of railroad in the
United States, and over 0,000 of their active,
strong men were either killed or maimed for
life from those two causes alone last year. I
state these facta so as to inspire a sort of en
thusiasin on the part of the interstate com
merce commissioners to induce then! to use
their influence to pass an act by the national
legislature compelling the adoption of safety
appliances. I have a table in my band, in
condensed form, showing that in all the great
accidents in the last fifty years there were
less killed and maimed than there were killed
and maimed by the two causes I have spoken
of last year. These facts are astounding.
The resolution which vou have nassed
looks toward national legislation in regard
to these safety appliances. TJie only legisla
tion needed, in my judgment take it for
what it is worth is that in regard to coup
lers and brakes. The matter of heatln cars
will take care of itself. As a matter of ad
vertisement, every main line will have these
safety heating apparatus, but you and I will
send our car load of hogs or steers, or what
ever it may be, on any train on any road
that wui take them, no matter if a half
dozen brakemen are killed at a time in
coupling the car in which our freight is to
another car in a train that is to carry the
Lt me give you another fact. Last vear.
in the state of Iowa, there were 29,433,846
passengers who traveled. Not one was
burned by a fire heating stove, whiie at
the same time we killed and injured in that
state by the pin and link coupler 350." Sci
Ask some friend about Pond's extract
for pain. Try it for any inflammation or
hemorrhages. Ask your druggist for the
genuine. Refuse imitations.
"Can't eat a thing." Hood's Sarssna-
rilla is a wonderful medicine for creating
an appetite, regulating digestion and giv
Sunday and Tuesday,
June 15. 16 and 18.
Game called at 3:30 p. m.
Room and Picture
Cord Nails & Hooks,
At the very Lowest
Call and see.
C. C. Taylor
Under Rock Island Home.
in the three cities is
Ice Cream made from pure Cream
and flavored with the popular
flavors. A trial of this cream
will convice all that it can
not be excelled.
Picnics. Sociables and Parties
of all kinds, furnished oa
SECURED BY FIRST MORTGAGE
Always on hand for sale at 6
and 7 per cent to inrestor.
Offer this week seasonable
In plain and figured mixtures,
7 cents per yard.
Very popular Wash Ooods, suitable for
ladies and children's wear,
9 cents per yard.
LAWN TENNIS SUITINGS.
A fair assortment of theae popular
10 cents per yard.
In handsome plaids.
New arrivale in French Satines at low-
goods at very Low figures.
New and desirable colorings in dark
Shallies, fine weave,
10 cents per yard.
ALL WOOL SHALLIES.
All Wool Shallies in rose and blue at
35 cents psr yard.
Beautiful assortment of Satines at
12J cents per yard.
Best quality shown in this vicinity
at the price.
Dnuble Fold Cashmeres
est prices. 10 cents per yard.
Hock Island. Illinois.
Interest Collected without
Every effort made to handle
only choice investments.
Call or write for details. '
A iammoth Stock
1 X IDC
IARGER THAN EVER:
and three times as large as any other establishment in
this city can be seen at the popular store of
CLKIANN & SALZMAUN.
They buy direct from the Manufacturers, thus saving the
wholesale dealers' profits and are enabled to command the
No. 1525 and 1527 Second Ave.,
The only Double Front Store in Rock Island.
Geo. W. D. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth St, under Commercial Hotel,
t3rFir?t -class Insurance at lowest rates.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
The following are among the many bargains offered:
A nice brick residence with eood imarannwiiii
lot 174x215, cheap on easy terms.
One of the beat money makinar restnrsnt and
boarding houses in the city near C, K. & P. de
pot, well located 6or any kind of bnsiness
A eood bnildine. with store 18x32. and 1 rooms.
counters, shelvine. etc.. on first flooi. and a rooms
above; water np and down stairs, Rood cellar.
Darn. eic.. 101 zsxiau, well located for business,
npper part of 4th aveenae; cheap.
A good property, 1 story, lot 90 by ISO, well lo
cftad on Secon arenne, between l.rth and 16th
street, for ono kind of bnsiness; cheap.
One of the best located three etorr brick stores
on Secone arenne ; cheap.
On of the beat Darin? meat markets In the r.ttv
brick buildings, good location.
A fine Iarpe house with all modern Improve
ments, good barn, trees, etc , S acres of land, fine
location, jnst ontside the city limits near the
streetcars; cheap.easy terms.
A new honse, eieht rooms, barn, trees, e'c. lot
60x1 50; within five blocks of poetofhee; a great
Two story dwelling, six rooms, good well, cis
tern and cellar, lartre barn, acre of land, within
a few steps of M ilan street cars, at a bargain.
A neat brick horse with a large lot for $2,000,
convenient to opper saw mills and depot
Lame brirk house, well located, on Fourth are.
lot 60x150, for sale cheap.
A new two fftory honse, six rooms, good cellar,
well and cistern, larse lot, with nice trees, frnit
and shrabbery, well located on 14th st., very cheap
$2,50 PER GALLON,
KOHIST & ADLER'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
BOOTS and SHOES
The Largest Stock,
Trie Lowest Prices
in the three cities. It will be a mistake to buy before
you see our bargains.
Ladie sand Gents Low Shoes in all grades and prices.
Wigwam Slippers at your own prices.
Ladies fine. Hand Turned shoes from the best manufacturers.
Custom Work and Repairing done at all three stores . '
t3TCall and see us.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Avenue.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE. IPIONEER SHOE STORE, ,
2929 Fifth Avenue.
1713 Second Avenue.
ft Tint aaiitauis."