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THE ARGt36, WEDNESDAY, FEUttUAttY 7, 1894.
New Styles. Ladies' 6-button dress shoe, Hand turned. Ladies congress gaitor, Imitation button. Ladies' fine cloth top dress shoe, picadilly. HOW IT HAPPENED. Telling About the Chandler- Harson Train Wrecking. TEE WTCTESSE8 FOR TEE STATE. AFFLICTED INDEEO. All Widths. All Sizes. "The BOSTON," 162 J Second Ave., Under Rock Island House. iscial February Bargains. Ufon sorting up our stock we find remnants and l.rokcn lots of paper, good, -desirable, salable pat terns. Uut we must have shelf room for our large stvxk of new spring goods which arc arriving almost daily, and these remnants and broken lots must go at a sacrifice. Less Than Half Price. To make trade lively through February we have also inaugurated a way down price on our new goods and our stock all the way through. We will not be undersold. Always to the front at the Adams Wall Paper Company, 3 to, 312 and 314 Twentieth street. Ili'r-H More. IMgrsl .lock In the three cities. THEY ARE BARGAINS A car load ot handsome bed room suits going at the following prices. tit worth 1 i go at - - - US 49 'Jll Hi) . - - 15 H) i; (. . . - is ' 1'7 !) " . . . so K) Si VA 00 (- - - - 27 6) 4') W SW.OJ Remember we have only one car load to dis pose of at the above manufacturer's prices. CLEMANN & SfiLZMANN. 1635 and 132? Cfcotid Ztudb. 124 188 and 128 Sixteenth StreH This Sale Leads Them All I ! This is the Greatest Chance Ever Offered in the Three Cities. The balance of Our Stock of Cloaks and Millinery To go at less than half price. Every pur chaser should visit our store before: buying, as these are the greatest bargains ever offered in the three cities. I I L BEE HIVE, Tfc. E4rM Safcaxltta favfvrday After. aa. mm mt Tal Inlii'i gesalaa ml the Clrralt Caart Natara at thm TnUawr The evidence for the prosecution in the case against Jennie Chandler anil Cal llarawn, charged with mali cious mischief in attempting to wreck a train on the Uock Island road, east of Moline, Snnday e ren in (f. Aug. 2) last, was begun at S clock yesterday afternoon, after the opening statement had been made tor the state and defense. Chief of Police M. II. Sexton was the litt witness examined for the state. The chief related the circum stances of the arrest lv him of Jen nie Chandler and Cal. Harson, near Bivcrview driving park, east of Mo il on the night in question, after they had been detected in the act of placing the ties on the track. .His testimony was substantiated by Offi cer irompton, who accompanied bis hiei tv uis orders, and waited in ambush near the track until the rime was discovered and the arrest made, when Jennie Chandler was laced in his keeping v the cl.iof after that officer had arrested her. Detectives Iler!ierV(irav and Jim t rice. 01 inc iniei octet tive asency ot Clucngo, told rl the part they 00k in the apprehension and arrest of the prlMoners, and f rice narrated he removal by himself and1 I'etec- tive Holmes, of the same airencv, of the obstructions from tl c track. Engineers Hamilton and Dicker- man, and lircmcn Mouliv and Mil er, of the Rock Island roa 1 ' tcsti tied to having passed over the see linn of the road in which the ob struction was placed on the track on the night In question, within tew minutes ot the time the crime was alleged to have been committed. The defense began its testimony this morning bv calling Jennie Chand ler. She testified to overhearing conversation in HuIht's garden by three or foiirjparties relative to wreck ing a special train on the Hock Isl am! road, and robbing it when wreck' I: that she at once carried tais in formation to the chief of police, who told her to keep still and report anv thing further she might hear: that two or three days after this the chief of police sent for her, aud told her that the railroad company had sent a detective to look alter the matter. and introduced witness to Mr. Holmes, of the Chicago agency, to whom Mic also suited what she had heard in II liber's garden Mr. Holmes came to see witness at her h.ime almost every day there after, and finally emploved her to ist him, paving her at one time f.5 aiid at another tine $3. Witness made several trips to East Moline ith Holmes to hunt for probable obstructions on the track, but fount none, rinally, on August 19. Holmes showed witness a letter from the general manager-of the railroad. xtatiug that he did not believe there was anv intention to mahciout.lv ob struct the track, but the lies placed on them were done bv bo vs. Holme then told witness that if she would put some ties on the rail' road track, the company would pay biK money. and per suaded witness aud Harson to take the job, be agreeing to be on hand to sec that the obstructions were re moved before any train could pass, wlfiph witness aud Harson did. Mrs. Ckaadlvr's Carver. Upon cross examination, which is in progress this afternoon, Mrs. Chandler testified to having lieen in the Ft. Madison, Iowa, euitontiary for five months. 17 years ago, for breach of trust, as she said, but which the records say was horse stealing. She admitted to- having been married three or four times, and to having lived in Moline and Knck Island all her life, except a few years in Topcka, Kan. BY THE HENNEPIN. Th Awtat SaSTartaf that Ha Com la W. ft. IHeaier. Motorman W. S. ' Diemer, of the Davenport & Bock Island Railway company, whose sufferings from tu mor, at his home on Forty-third street, have been related tn The Ar- Gt's heretofore, is sorely afflicted in. deed, with the ills to which neah is heir. It will be remembered that originally Dr. Plummer succeeded in removing the first tumor, which was n the shoulder, but in six weeks it had developed airain. when it was determined to take out a portion of the shoulder blade, bat before the time set for the operation, Mr. Diemer was taken down- with the grippe, and this weakened him so completely th'at it was impossible to undertake the operation nniu he had regained strength. Before he had rallied he was again attacked by the grippe, and then a third prostration took place, and now there is little of s physical being leu, while the disease has spread throughout his system, the most distressing part ol it being that tumors have appeared hack of the eye balls, and one of the balls now protrudes almost out of the socket. Death Alone Offer. Relief. 'Death alone oiTers relief to the unfortunate fellow, and this he prayerfully courts. The best that medical skill can do is to keep him under the influence of such remedies as will deaden his sufferings. He is receiving the best attention that friends can offer, the employes of the railwav company having been particularly kind to him, not only in providing nurses from their number. but in raising money for his family's beneut. tie is auout 32 years ot age. and has a wife an J two little children THE NATIONAL GUARD. Into Camp The Sixth Infantry to go August 7 to 13. Adjutant General Orendorff Las or dered that the regiments of the Illi nois national guard "report at Camp Lincoln, near Springfield, for their annual tour of instructions, as fol lows: First Infantry and Battery I). July 10 to 1G; Second Infantry July 17 to 23; Seventh Infantry and iroop A. July 24 to 9(1; Third infantry and Troop B, July SI to Aug. 6: Sixth Infantry, Aug. 7 to IS; Fourth . In fantry, Aug. 14 to 2;: Fifth Infantry and Battery A, Aug. 21 to 27. Make Doe rr'arallon. Commanding officers of regiments will inform their officers of the re quirements of this order to enable them to make necessary arrange ments tor themselves and their men to be absent from their business for the period indicated. Detailed In structions in reference to this tour will be issued hereafter. " The MSent Memmucer. The dark angel of death entered the home of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Ma roney, 2733 Eighth avenue, at 9:&5 this morning, and claimed their son, Matthew, aged two and-a-half-years, who bad been sick five - weeks with the gripjic. The grief-stricken par ents have the symmthy tf all- The funeral occurs from St. Joseph's church at 2 o'clock tomorrow after noon. CJeorgic Barth, infant child of Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Barth. died this morning, aged -I years. Has. Asa Ulnatrel. The former Rock Island county hoy. Will F. Muse, of the OUntuwa Courier, has developed into an Iowa Jack Haver ly in his palmiest days. Haverly was at one time the king manager of minstrelsy. Mnsc wants to sec a charity hospital built, and he is willing to black his jolly face, rattlu the bones, and do the double clog act to accomplish it. The Ot tumwa hospital will be built and en dowed, if Muse has to give a minstrol performance in every opera house in Iowa. That is the sort of stuff he is made of. Light Kates. In future lamp renewals heretofore furnished at the expense of the Brush company's electric light consumers, will be furnished free.' when the I burnt out lamp is returned' to the company's office unbroken. IEon.is' Powkb Co. I'ollos Fulata. A dispatch came to the police from Camp Point, 111., today to the effect that the boys Verner Irwin and. Law rence Aclson, who ran away from Rock Island a week ago. are held bv the police there. The little colored boy, Hubbard, who accompanied them has not been beard from. I.ou Bishop, Floo Evart and Gussic Wilson, three women of the 2-minute class, were arrested last night by Utuccrs Kvan and Manckcr for run ning and being inmates of a disor derly house over a Market square saloon. Her ladvship, Lou, was fined f 10 and costs for being the pro prietress of the dive, and Floo and Gussie were fined $5 and .costs each Ihe tines were raid, and the fair creatures admonished to leave town which it is hotted they will, or per haps they may again help fill the city's coffers. Chris Schoatt went into the Bock Island Building and Loan association rooms last evening to pay his assess ment, ana in going out he forgot hi pocketbook, and left it on a table Miortiy after he was gone someone noticed it and told E- B. Kries, and be put it in the safe nntil it should be called for. Soon after Schoatt returned, and was given his pocket- book. He then said he had left 12. in it. but it was gone. He thereuiran notified the police. Going home shortly after, be found his money and so renorted.-at police headquar ters, saying he had luade a mistake. Mr. Schoatt was too hasty in his con elusions, and it would be an excellent idea for him to study the old adage Think thrice before you speak.'1 Xew Brewing Ag-racjr. C. Ilcnning & Sons, proprietors of me wcnooia lire wing company, hav opened a branch house in Rock Isl and, with S. Pells as manager, the headquarters being with Beardslev & Bailey. The Henning brewery is a union urewery, and is Orst-vlass in all respects, being provided with all moaern appliances and equipments for turning out a class one article of the amber fluid. The company seek a place among Hock Island a business Houses, and will endeavor to merit share of public patronage. . ,s A Birthday tturarfes. Edward Nance was pleasantly sur prised by about nine of bis friends last evening, on the occasion of his birthday anniversary, the snrpris ers assembling at Thomas' drugstore and then storming Mr. Vance in his room in the Ifoh building. Impromp tu as the affair was, Mr. Vance was equal to the occasion, and he receiv ed and entertained his friends hap pily. me nest mcatcai authorities say the proper way to treat catarrh is to take' a constitutional remedy like uoou s oarcaparuia. Faairal at IMUa KitM Vaaftlea i Vilaa Tawa Topics. Milan, Feb. 6. Rev. J. H. Kerr did not preach ia the Presbyterian church Sunday on account of Miss llattie Vanderslice's funeral, which waa held at 2 o'clock. The church was crowded to its utmost capacity. The deceased had all arrangements I for her funeral made before she died. She also talked to all members of I the family and told them how to live I they wished to go the brighter! tand. Key. Alford officiated, and chose his text from Matthew 18: 10: verse: -Tke heed thst v. daaolae ant on. of tkece littleoi.es; tr i s.y anu yoa ihst in fleavcal mir anireis co oiwy iH-soia n. ise or a i rain jt wlici n in ue.vea." The pall bearers were: Bruce Gir- ton. Charles Harris, Clark Smith and Ben Honens. The floral offerings were many, among them being a tine! pillow of flowers, and lettered, Our Schoolmate." and many other beau-1 tiful designs. The class in Sunday school, that Miss Uattie belonged to, leposited the Bowers they wore on her coffin. Her desk at school is raped in mourning, and all the scholars seem to ft el that they have lost one of their best friends. The New M. K. chareh. The program tor the dedication of 1 the new M. E. chnrch, Sunday, Feb. li, is as loiiows: Anthem. Hrmn oortialioa .... Onnirres' -tioa Prsicr J5er. M. A." Head Hymn nv rert'oe Kcsuinof Scripture Rev. X M McCreiptat ujrniu ixnngsuoa zmraiun nrv. mivs urr o. u. Dedicatory Offorlun . Pr s-nt"on . My B d of -r-actcet . - wouimnn, 1. w.arrr, Mr T V. Joan Eton, J. 8. kiii tti a. Vscdmff. D Iratorjr Ser ce. ixo:mry . Bend-cti"B FntfitataBrnt will t famkhei. Eveaiiig service at t o'elcck. Milan Maolnga. Monday was pay day on the Hen nepin canal. For reliable news read The AttGcs 10 cents a week. William Bosold has moved into the Heverling residence. The past week has been qui be busy ouein the ire business. William Smith, of Illinois City, came in Monday with a load of jugs. Mai. II. C. Connelly, of Rock Isl and, was in Milan, on business, Tues day. Messrs. Charles Hansgcn and John Albrecht. of Uock Island, were in Mi an Monday. B. F. Walker will keep restaurant in the building lately occupied by J. L. uuryanek. There are a few carpenters at work getting ready to put the gates in at Mill Creek, oa the Hennepin. VI bv can t this town have gas or electricity for lighting purposes, when either is cheaper than our 11. 1 Buryanck, son of our popu lar butcher, gave his band quite a severe cut last Saturday. Better cut beef next time, Louis. L. E. Saulpaugh fell off a load of bay while on his way to Uock Island last Friday. Aside from a bad shak ing up, Mr. Saulpaugh escaped in jury. Milan Market Hogs, t4.7o(no; cattle, $2ifi' 2.75; calves. $3(f f 4.50; corn, SXa 83c; bay. f6(aT10; turkeys. ic: chickens, a.bc: butter, 18c; ;gs, 16c. Charles Owens and wife, of Cleve land, Ohio, who have been visiting at Ueynolds, have returned, and are giving their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Owens, a visit before leaving. Harry Burton was appointed night watchman by the city council Mon day night. Mr. Burton is a sober man, and his appointment will meet with the hearty approval of all our people. Bailey Wright, Charles and Phil Jamisen. who started a few months ago for the south and met with ati accident near St. Lkiuis, nave re turned. They left the gasoline launch in Arkansas. Our citizens are already beginning to talk about the coming town elec tion. and it may be of interest to our many readers to know who are the retiring officers. Those who hold over are Trustees Gannon, Thatcher and Brown. Those whose terms ex- Pire are President Owens, Trustees itzpatrick, Benn, Ilaislip and Clerk Ulmsted. , Nelson Choeney. brother " of , Mrs. Robert Vance, died last Thursday morning in Rural township, of gen eral debility. Mr. Cheeney was 70 years of age and unmarried. The deceased was an old resident of this county. The funeral took place Fri day afternoon at 1 o'clock from the residence of IVrry Cbeeney. Rav. Alford, of Milan, conducted the funeral service. McCBhe JBrm. We Pay 7 Per Cent on the Money You Spend. We make money-spending a pleasure. Have tou ever in all your life been offered intereston th money you had spent? Wefl.hfM uikactly whak wepfwfiose doing, and here's the way we propose doing it: . Beginning Monday morning. Feb. 6, we will keep an account ot the cash purchases during the week of every customer who asks as to do so; more than that, we will ask, it you buy 91 or more, if you don't want this offer. At the end of She week. It you hare bought 110 or more for cash during-the week, we will give yoa m coupon which will draw interest, at 7 per cent per annum, paya ble in one year, on the total amount yon have bought for cash dor. ing the week. This coupon will be paid in money at our cashier'a desk. The Savings banks, which pay only 6 per cent interest, have so much money they hardly know what to do with it, and they don't pay you interest unless they keep your money. We pay 7 per cent you see, and give yon the full value for your money be sides. . ' : A Great Inducement To make money-spending a pleasure and a profit, we shall offer the following extraordinary bargains during the week, as au in ducement to make your deposits as large as possible. New Tennis Flannels 4Jc and 6Jc a yard. Prime, choioe qual ity new Tennis Flannels, the 12e quality, this week for 8 Jo. The two great special bargains ia dress goods, not to he forgot ten, will be included this week. First the celebrated Gilbert all wool fancy stripe and Cheveron. 42-inch Dress Flannels, value 62Je. This week and while they last at 28 J c. The plain and fancy double fold Dress Flannels, all the leading colors and black, at 16Jc a yard. (See both). A. flyer, five bales of 12Jc Cotton Bats for this week at 6c per roll. A new lot. Four styles of the handsomest knotted fringe Dam ask Towels yon have ever seen at the price, 25c for choice. The earlier you come the better the selection. MPCABE BROS: 1720. 1722. 1724 and 1726 Second ave. Wardrobes Wardrobes are a househould necessity, so is economy, but to practice this you must make all your purchases of Farnlture, Carpets, Stoves and House Furnishings at 1809-1811 Second ' avenue, . Bock Island, 111. Where you always find that happy combination the best goods and the lowest prices. Put your money in the savings bank by purchasing what you need of us, which is an exposition of all the latest style of parlor and bed room suits, dining room and kitchen furnitures. Come and see for yourself. G. O. HUCKSTAEDt C. F. DErtTEND, Manager. 1809-1811 Second Avenue Upholstering done to order. Our store closes at 6:30 except Saturday. Telephone No. 1206. SHOES GIVEN AWAY. Th Ha-odUh lapor. The Nya Pressen newspaper, of Moline, passed out of the hands of the stock company on Monday after noon. Messrs. J. L. ' Peterson, G. A Gustatsoa and E. W. Olson being the purchasers. The only other bid was by Alfred Rundquist, but the directors did not think favorably of it. The new lirm assumes eontrvl of the business commencing Fob. 1. The paper has never boon self-sustaining, and is understood to have cost the stockholders from f2,600 to M.OOO. Today it is learned that Dr. Joshua Lindahl has been appointed editor of the paper under the new manage ment. ...... I have used Salvation Oil for frosted teet and backache, and found it to be the best remedy aad cure for pain on earth. Mrs. Maggie Kieder, Mt. Pleasant, Westmoreland county. Pa." Misses and Children's High Cut Shoes Given Away at - Schneider's Central Shoe Stote. Every lady buying a pair of our $4 JO shoes will receive a pair of misses' or chTJ dren's high cut shoes free. GEO. SCHNEIDER, BOCK ISLAND, ILL. CENTRAL STORE, 181$ Second Avaaaa abJJLrl A.TnJIZL ZILalL.. D1UI3EJ x . HARDWARE! uuxd C0UT2 paiht noo2 PAixmi UZZZZ OIL. WUl'U L2A.D, CT0