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THE ARGUS. MONDAY", JUNE lO. 1895.
DO YOU WANT A gED ROOM SUIT? DISTRESSING ACCIDENT. If so you can get ons ai W. S. Hol brook's, 10. 105 and 107 East Second Street, Davenporr, This week for $10.00. W. S. HOLBROOK, Nos. 103, 105 ami 107 East Second street DAVEXPOR1 Model 40 2VA Pounds. Columbia $100 4b COLUMBIA LEADS THEM ALL. Model 44 Pounds. S3 Price $100. COLUMBIA, OLDEST FACTOIiY IN THE COUNTRY. Model 41 21 Pounds. Price $100. A Little Child MmU With a tod Bad Ter rible rta. A 3-year-old little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Edwards, of 1734 Nineteenth avenue, met with a sad and distressing accident in front of the frnit stand on Twentieth street, between Third and Fourth avenues. 1 8 o'clock last evening. Mr. Ed- nrds and his little daughter had list driven over from Davenport nd had stopped in front of the fruit stand, where Mr. Edwards purchased package of bananas and the little irl stood up in the buggy while he placed it on the seat, when the horse arted abruptly, throwing tbe cbild out onto the pavement, and the ve- icle being cramped, the poor little one was caught between the wheels nd the curb and jammed terribly. before she could be rescued. The grief stricken father hurried with her to llartz & Ullemever's drug store, nd there Dr. Comes vs was sum moned and the little sufferer moved as ouicklv as possible to her home. Her head aud face were badly bruised, while the body was piti ullv contused and lacerated, and the case is a most serious one, with the consequences a matter of grave ouot. A Close fall. In attempting to cross in front ot n east-bound bridge line car on Sec- ond avenue and Sixteenth street Sat- rday evening, Bernard Maxwell, a lad residing up town, was knocked own and barely escaped being crushed beneath the merciless wheels instead of sustaining a few scratches on the hands, lie -had alighted from the trailer of a west bound Third avenue car, and either heedless of the warning of tbe ap proaching car or failing to hear the conductor's shouts, made a rush to cross the street, and was struck bv the rail carriage before the motorman could bring it to a halt. The young man with unusual alertness, rolled mself to the outside of tbe track ust in time to prevent the wheels from passing over him. Otaer Accidents. A gasoline stove exploding and gniting her clothing, seriously burned Mrs. Louis Ldlund, ot Mo- line, aturdav evening. Charles Strupp stepped off a cross. ng in a manner Saturday night that threw him, breaking the small bones of his left ankle. Dr. Carter attend ed him. Rasmus Christianson, of Sheffield, umped from a Rock Island train in Moline Saturday night and fractured his right ankle. After tbe injury had been attended to he was taken back to Sheffield. The Pope Manufacturing Co. compelled all high grade wheels to come down to their price, $ioo; will also carry a line of Hartford cycles, manufactured by the Pope Manufacturing Co., and Crescents, made by the Western Wheel Works the largest wheel factory in the world. CHAS. Mc HUGH, 1S20 Second Avenue. - Rock Island WILLIAM EMIG The Fashionable Merchant Tailor Has the most replete line of new patterns in imported and domestic suitings in the city. 1707 SECOIl. AVtiUE- HOPPE, TAILOR, 180? Second Avenue. $1,000,000 Cure For Rheumatism. SCHEME'S RHEUMATIC CURE. SEVER failed: CURES GOUT. RHEUMATISM AND NEURALGIA! Tea iin.inUld five. HI taly radored by doe t-r HeferloHon llanrr Cera, ex-ma) or of Hock Maud. Write tod 17. SWASSON KIIEl-MATIC CURE CO. lii Dearborn M , Chicago. Sold In Rock Irl md IijTHI boui tod Mar- auau x r uner. JOBS M. FAKIOOK. HtHRT A. FA HI DOII paridoiv a coin Painters and Decorators FAFSS EA2I9XSS, CALCSXXNX&S. to. SHOP, 119 StratMiith St., 0CZ .SLASH. ILL. Ma Ait W RESTORE LOST VIGOR HVwdiarcmry. WiV braeo too eeia t - .Ije-SwIUi W1ITTU T- . 1. . rc HmtM, IWhliI,. I.MiCfPrtW fo.r IR Ml. Jlaroluaura kKiaaieoalroeaBaTcio... If Bfela-ied. aarh um:&lre laaa ne.tiint.heB r ice- nr. tr K.a tv aiil. a -- for v r (a. rr - m S5k . r- e . a vrittan ruirirt la ciueec ila.4fcaeaiacr. Mali MalUbXSB 00 CUTCiaaa.Oka. For sale bj T. H. Thomas, Druggist, sole agent, Bock Island, HL ALUMNI ANNUAL. Reunion The Aaeoclation Hold, lta lat Saturday Evening;. The 21st annual meeting of the Hirh School Alumni association was held Saturday evening in the assem bfy room ol the buiiuinsr. ibe as semblage was addressed by the retir ing superintendent of schools, S. S. Kemble, who gave some timely ad vice to young people desirous of increasing their educational efliciencv. The graduates of '95 were welcomed into the association by William Ludolph, whose address was responded to be Miss Grace Bromley, of the class. An excellent program was carried out and includ cd vocal selections by the Misses Marguerite Murphv and Nellie Coyne. Numbers by Bowlby's man dolin orchestra; a piano solo by Miss Clara Hass and a violin and piano duet bv C. S. Spaulding and Mrs. H . C. Marshall followed Light refresh ments were served. and altogether a profitable and delightful evening spent. a nt larocera. Ibe nomination committee, ap pointed at a business meeting pre ceding the exercises, submitted the following officers, which were ap proved 01, lor tbe ensuing year: President Mrs. T. B. Davis. Vice President Miss Hattie Hen derson. -Secretary Miss Bridie Egan Executive Committee Miss Fan nie Cleland, Miss Lanra Bamberger and Messrs. Oloff Atkinson and O. Darling. Appreciative of 8 apt. Kembta. ine louowmg resolution was adopted : We, the alumni of the Bock Island High school, appreciate the labors of our faithful superintendent, S. S. Kemble, during his many years of service, and knowing that he has severed his connection with our schools, hereby Besolve, That in his departure the alumni has lost a friend tried and true, the schools an efficient in structor, the teachers a sympathiz. tng adviser and the communitT at large an upright, influential citizen. and fnrther be it Besolved, That we express to him onr sincerest regrets at bis depart ure, and extend our best wishes for his fntnre success. A BURGLAR BOLD. Ho Eaton Several Keeldeaee. Laat Xlft-ht Other Police Mows. . A midnight marauder, and a bold one. ransacked several residences in the lower part of the city last night. The fruits of his night's work is rather light, however, when com pared with the number of his visita tions. He began operations at the Simpson boarding house, on Second avenue, where a gold watcn, some silverware, a sum of money, and a suit of clothes, were appropriated. The intruder entered by prying a' window screen. He was discovered in the house by - Mr. Simpson, who took after him. the fellow dropping the clothing in a neighboring yard. The burglar then proceeded to the residences of Mrs. Dean. Peter Ro senthal and Ransom Van Biper, all of which were entered. Nothing is reported stolen from either of the latter places except Mrs. Dean's where a coat belonging to a boarder. Henry Grimms, was stolen. The same person undoubtedly committed all tbe burglaries, as a silver spoon. taken from the Simpson residence, was found at the Rosenthal house this morning. The police have no c'.ue to tbe burglar. Barber Coma Together. There was a lively scene on Second avenue opposite Spencer square Sat urday evening, which terminated in the arrest of Hudson Haley. Stories were told by reter ueveriing Saturday, reflecting on the domestic life of Mr. Haley, whose father-in- law, Mr. Shantz, on hearing of the facts, went to Schmidt's barber shop. where his daughters husband Is em ploved, and created a scene in the afternoon. Enraged at what he classes are libelous accusations, Mr. Haley attacked the originator. Mr. Ueveriing says that a wom an from Chicago, arrived in the citv Friday and inquired of him where Mr. Haley was employed naming him as tbe lather ol a child whom she was accompanied by. Air. Haley bads tbe matter as a slander, begun for the .purpose of marring his domesticity, and feels that the injury to his honor. justified the- assaulting or the originator. Mr. Haley was fined f 3 and costs this morning. A Disorderly House. Magistrate Schroeder this morning assessed Levi Hovey 910 and costs for conducting a disorderly house. and Charles Nevel and Emma Seland $5 and costs each for being inmates. Hoovey is tbe proprietor of a board ing house at 2830 Sixth avenue, where last night on returning -from i trip to Cedar Rapids, he discovered Charles Nevel, a railroad man board cr, in a compromising position with Emma Leland, a woman whom he (Hovey) had resided with for 11 years with husbandlike privileges. but was never married to her. lie complained to the police and the ar rest of tbe trio followed, it seems neighbors have been complaining against tbe manner in which Hovey runs his place. Breach of the Peace. Michael Knorr was arrested this morning at tbe instigation ol bis wife, who charges him with breach of the peace in the way of abusive language. BRIEF MENTION. Pay your water rent. Leaf lard at Schroeder's. Buy a home of Beidy Bros'. Money to loan at Reidy Bros'. Insure your property with Reidy Bros'. See Delsartean specialties of Anna Belle, Butterfly, Borealis and sun dance at the Watch Tower all this week. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Reidy welcomed a promising son in their borne last evening, and Tom is happy as a clam. There will be a public sale of the butter and cheese factory at Coal Vallev. Saturday, June 29. at 2 o'clock p. m. F. Naylor. agent. The excursion from Peoria yester day under the Brotherhood of Train n' anspices brought about 750 people to the citv. The C. B, & Q. took an excursion of 250 Irom Clin ton. Mrs. Emma L. Dye, the renowned lady orator, has been secured to give one more lecture to the ladies of Bock Island in K. P. hall, Carse building. Tuesday, June 11, at 2:30 p. m. Admission free. Moline was given a rich surprise today in the announcement of the I marriage of Rev. J. dimming, pas tor of the First M. E. chnrch, and Miss Sara E. Do x see, a school teacher. The wedding will occur at 8 o'clock this evening. Yesterday occurred the dedication of the magmheent new music pa vilion at Schuetzen park, Daven port, and the observance of the 25th anniversary of the park's opening. The rare musical program presented was enjoyed by. 10,000 people, and the entire affair was in keeping with the auspicious occasion. The annual Rock Island County institute will be held at the Bock Isl and High school for one week com. mencingJune 17. Supt, Mckeeverl accompanies his announcement by these words of wisdom from the blind ' poet. Franklin: "If a man empties his pnrse into his head, no man can take it irom him. An in-1 vestment in knowledge always pays tbe best interest. ' Mrs. E. L. Dye, who delighted an audience here 10 days ago, is to speak again tomorrow afternoon at I K. P. hall. The Davenport Demo crat says of her lecture in that city: "The recitations of Mrs. Emma L. Dye in the Pythian hall at Second and Brady pleased a fair-sized audi ence. The program was made up of pupular selections and their rendi tion continued tbe good impression that Mrs. Dye made by her lecture in the same hall on the previous day. She is a lecturer and an elocutionist of finished training and is always welcome." nit isirmz AND hfe 'In llerj CAKES FOR GENERAL BLACKING APPLIED AND POLISHED WITH A BRUSH B. T. P. V. CONVENTION Better Than for Tears. 'About the first of last August I was taken with pleurisy and was treated by the family physician who got me on my feet but di'd not cure me. 1 then began taking Hood s Sarsaparilla and I am now able to do my work and reel better than 1 have for several years." Mrs. Wm. Cast, Danville, 111. Hood's pills biliousness. cure sick headache, Summer Toure via Bit; Four Route To Put-in-Bav, Lake Chautauqua, Niagara Falls, Thousand Islands, Adirondacks, Lake Champlain. St. Lawrence Biver, Montreal, White Mountains, Fabyans, Green Moun tains, New England resorts, New York, Boston and all seaside resorts. Knickerbocker Special, ""Southwes tern Limited" finest trains in Amer ica from St. Louis, Peoria, Indianap olis, Cincinnati, Dayton, Springfield. Columbus, Cleveland. Buffet parlor cars, vvagner buoet sleeping cars library and cafe cars, dining cars. Tourist rates in effect during the summer. E. O. McCormick, D. B. Martin, Pass. Traffic Mgr. Gen'l Pass. & T'k't Agt. Baltimore July 16 to SI, 1895 There is only one route to Balti more combining the best railway ser vice witn tbe most interesting scen ery and historical associations. It is the Chesapeake & Ohio B'y. via Wash ington, "the Bhiae, the Alps and the Battlefield line of America" along the great Kanawha river, through Mew Kiver canons, along the Greenbrier, crossing the Alleghany and Blue Bidge mountains, the Pied mont and Shenandoah valleys, and the most famous of Virginia battle fields. The F. F. V. limited is the only modern through train to Baltimore via Washington with electric lights. dining car and observation car. One fare for the round trip. At compar atively a slight additional cost return trip can be made by way of Chesa peake Bay, Old Point Comfort and Richmond. For full information, descriptive pamphlet, etc., address C O. Kyan, Ass't. G. P. A., C. & O. B'y., Cincin nati, O. The Ladle. The pleasant effect and perfect safety with which ladies may use the California liquid laxative. Syrup of Figs, under all conditions, makes it their favorate remedy. To get the trtie and genuine article, look for the name of the California Fig Syrup Co.. printed near the bottom of the package. Do Tea Travel? , H so. never start on a journey without a bottle of Foley's Colic and Diarrhoea Cure, a sure preventive of bowel complaints occasioned by change of water or climate. 25c M. F. Bahnsen'a drug store. I'ae It la Time. Catarrh starts in the nasal pas sages, anectmg eyes, ears and throat. and is in lact, the great enemy of the mucous membrane. Neglected colds, in the head almost invariably precede catarrh, causing an excessive fiow of mucous, and if the mucous discbarge becomes interrupted the disagreeable results ot catarrh will follow, such as bad breath, severe pain across forehead and about the eyes, a roaring and buzzing sound in tbe ears and oftentimes a very often sive discharge. Ely's Cream Balm is the acknowledged cure for these troubles. The Weather. Fair today; conditions are favora ble for local thunderstorms tonight and Tuesday, followed by slightly cooler Tuesday. Today's tempera ture, 87. - F. J. Walt, Observer. FeasT Wlae aaat Poma4 Foolish Are they who have not Foley's Colic and Diarrhoea Care as a safeguard in the family. M. F. Bshnsen s drug store. Tbx A rocs delivered very even ing at roar floor at 10c a week. IT A Clean Collar One that yon can keep clean all the time a collar that does not , wilt when you get over-heated ; that does not Cray on the edge, o tear out at the buttonholes, and can be cleaned by simply wiping off with a wet sponge or doth. These collars and cuffs are made by covering linen collars or cuffs on both sides with waterproof "celluloid," thus giving strength and durability. They are the only waterproof goods so made, and every piece ta stamped as follows: TRADf LLULOII Ask for this, and refuse to take any imitation if you expect sat isfaction. If yoor dealer does nc. keep them, send direct to us, en closing amount, and we will mail yonaample. Collars as cts. each. Cnfissocta. pair. State size, and wnetner stand-tip or turned-down i collar i ntra THE CELLULOID CO, i Hew Ttrt. E&3. ha . L Iiji.i 11 a- SUN PASTE ' FOR A QUI OK AFTER-DINNER SHI HE APPLIED AND POLISHED WITH A CLOTH. Morse Bros. Praps.Gotaii.Nass,USA. Sold by Henry Dart's Sons, Wholesale Grocers. Rock Island Needleful of Willimantic Spool Cotton is a test of the whole spool. The end of the spool is the same as the beginning. It stands every test for strength, evenness and uniformity of quality. Try Willimantic Star Thread on your machine and see if there isn't better results ; try it for mending and see if it doesn't stand the wear and tear better than any you ever used. It's stronger than linen ; better than silk for ordinary use. Ask the dealer for it. Brad S'crnts and nrrlvr ait apnola of thread. anrcnlor ernamhrr.tncHhrraith four bohbtna fur jour aiachloe, titOj wound, and an Intcrrstiiii: lawk on thrrad aud Vv ' WILLIMANTIC THREAD CO., Willimantic, Conn. 4her with I irmdaud Jj I. iBBtmnrr SPANISH fataiTMlNT. JFeaHlTWHtti" ACT Ml" r a.w w eaaai ej oa all a. CaarnNtre art rr LUI SaAaanvwaf hmelt.a-alU .... I. .1 . ..r v..,.., ,r .TCri ...i.l., .1 .... a ....I (...m.-n Ti, awful IVmX. .if VillfTII. Ki t, KltkUK.1. anrank.nrnrHlMcllrlrvana,-kkara,K,-rvHni Ik-billu, tilrlillr knilMauiia, ('rttaunitfun, Inaaliil?, tUiaMMtmir drama ai.d liaa of tnnrof the It. n arauva Onraiia. aiilltUne oaa r.tr atmly. buaiiM and mamair-, la qufe'kljr aiirrd bjr Or. Radrlaaea kaaaUh hrrrr alralM. TlM-atiotmilynir, hv.tann.aat tlwa.a or dlat-aat-.Tut are a araat Kf'.atVK TUXIC aad KUMIW RI'ILnrK. brtnirlne bark the lak (law la Bale rav-.s an.1 r.-toiiii II t'lUK UV Vol TM to the pailrnc ltv mail. Ct.eu iwr box .r e for a lin mHIIre eaMi-aMtreteeareee atllenf lr immt atauklrea, aaaalak Arrra a. rata law , aaa late. For sale by Harts & Ullemeyer, .301 Twentieth street. Amu 9ement9. Ofermann's Island. COMMENCING Monday Morning, June 3. The Steamer Duke will make regular trips from Davenport and ltock Island to Offer mann's Island, leaving Daven port and Rock Island at 10 a. m., 1:30 p. m., fi p. m. and 7 p. m. Fare for the round trip 15 cents. Seed qtore: o o o o ",J a o o o o o LOUIS HAKSSEN 113 and 215 Wot Second Street. Davenimrb Twenty-First Street Addition Fine Residence Lots in this addition For Sale on , Easy Terms. This addition is located be tween Twentieth and Twenty-second streets and Tenth and Twelfth avenues, and nearly every lot in it has upon it a fine walnut, elm, ' hackberry, or other large tree, and is already provid ed with abundant shade. These lots are in the very best part of the city, and the most desirable for resi dence purpose of any lots in the city. Apply to M. M. STURGEON, Attorney. Boom 21, Ultcliill ft Lynda Bloc Mrs. S. Smith, FfflE DILLfllERY. Mourning Goods A Specialty. 1805 Second Ave. ROCK ISLAND. B WINTER. :iiraej Wtalaaili Doier aad Importer of Win6s and Liquors. Kit Md MIS Third At High Class Seeds Of all kinds suitable for tha ' most critical market Gar deners and Truckers. CLOVER and GRASS Seeds of all kinds. GARDEN TOOLS, SEED DRILLS, CULTIVATORS. We carry a complete Stock ' of the Celebrated PLANET, JR." TOOLS. Send for Catalogue whole and retail. Bennett's (Me Store I Bicycle I ) lie Gloves I (W d BASE BALL SUPPLIES. 'J GO it M Z O e I f3 pi b i -a o H ii rrt Trfc'nfY