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TUP ACOTJP, MONDAY. APBIE 27, 1800.
- Ladies' Capes ' - - j $1.60 tO $4 35. Neatly mad and trimmed that will newer ' admirably (or weeks to tern. $2.oo And apwards for stylish Children's Jackets. New Dress Goods. Prettier and cheaper than any jou have aeon. New Sflks. A doaea suggestions for Silk Waists at a glanoe. Ild G lores. A splendid fresh assortment just received fit Underwear and Hosiery. These two stocks are particularly complete and will be sare to meet jour approval with regard to variety and cheapness. KLDU-H&SLER DRY GOODS CO. 217. 217 W. Second St. Davenport. la. Liiln ewe Will be produced, gentlemen, in the appearance of your feet after you put on a pair of those handsome tans we are showing In Three Shades. Look at them before buying elsewhere. WRIGHT & BABBEB 1704 Second Ave. Are Always io the Lead. WHY? The very latest productions can be found in our establishment. Beautiful shades of Tans in Oxfords and hiph boots for the ladies, and for gentlemen this season surpasses all others as to style and quality com bined. By buying your Shoes of ADAMS ' You will be pleased. FATALITY AT FIBE. William 8age Suffocated at Moline. FLAKES H A BOaKDJJTG HOUSE. Vnpmtr DlnM Tetar Wltfc Lm af MMm-m liilrlaKtr Metaias; Blue With Terribly Cafertaaate Oniil by Iaf ExpleJea. Dead. . WILUAM SAGS V NKI-IJK SWKfSOX I JOHN WEST Injured. Death larked in a fire at what is known as the old Bridge honse on Second avenue in Moline in the early nonrs 01 yesieraay morning. The premises in Question are owned by George Wagner, of this city, ana are occupied by Steve wai ters and family as a boarding honse and restaurant. At S o'clock Sunday morning a lamp exploded in the kitchen and flames quickly spread to all parts of the house, gaining such headway that the house was gutted before the flames could be controlled. At 4:30 the fire broke out again and it was at this time while a fireman named Anderson found in one of the rooms the body of William Sage, a boarder, it being apparent that he bad attempted to leave the room during the first fire, but was over, com. and suffocated. Sage was 18 years of age, a single man and was employed at the Moline Malleable Iron company's works. Otawr Vletlaar. John West was badly scorched. In running from his room and finding the ball ablaze ho rushed back into his apartment and jumped through a window two stories from toe ground and alighted iu such a man- ner as to badly cut hin feet and sprain and bruise his legs. He is at St. Anthony's hospital. Nellie S wen- son, a servant girl in the bouse, sprang from a aecond story window and sustained severe injuries includ ing a sprained ankle. Ine building is a complete ruin, the loss being estimated at between 1600 and $800. OF COUNTY CONCERN. Official Proceeding of lb. Board of Super. TBISD DAT MOBNINQ SESSION. The board met pursuant to ad journment, all tbe members being present, and Supervisor Carey, chair man, presiding. The minutes of yesterday's meeting were read and approved. The natter relating to publication of the proceedings of the board which waa laid over from yesterday's meeting now came up for considera tion, and Supervisor Schoonmaker' motion waa voted npon and lost. Supervisor Johnson moved as a substitute tnat tne board now pro ceed to vote on the selection of two newspapers for the publication of tbe proceedings of the board for the ensuing year, first selecting one newspaper in Bock Island and then one in Moline. Carried. Supervisor Britton moved that the vote be taken by ballot. Carried. Tbe chair appointed Supervisors Maxwell ana taayie as tellers. The result of the first ballot for a Rock Island paper was as follows: Rock Island Abois, 14 votes; Rock Island Union, 13 votes. The Argus having received a ma jority of the votes waa declared the official paper for the publication of the proceedings of the board for the ensuing year at the sum of 1100. ac cording to its bid. Tbe result of the first ballot for a Moline paper was as follows: Moline LUspatcn, If votes; Moline Republican-Journal, 4 votes; Moline Mail. 8 votes. The Meline Dispatch having re ceived a majority of the votea cast was declared tbe omoial paper for the publication of the proceedings of the board for the ensuing year for tne sum oi aaa, according to its bid. A communication ' from i. A. R. Post 695, of Hampton, waa read by the clerk, and upon motion of Super visor Maxwell an appropriation of $75 was authorized for the assitU . re of indigent soldiers in the town. p oi nampton ana me ciers: waa in structed to issue an order to Super visor W. tt. Carey for said amount. Supervisor Rinclt moved that an appropriation of $150 be authorised for the assistance of indigent soldiers in tbe town or Rock Island, to the John Buford post G. A. R., and that the clerk be instructed to issue an order to the overseer of the poor of Rock Island for the amount. Car ried. Superviser Vinton moved that an appropriation of $100 be authorized for the aasistance of indigent soldiers in tne town oi Moline, to Urabam post G. A. R-. aod that the clerk be instructed to issue an order to the overseer of the poor in Moline for saia amount, carried. Supervisor Beatty offered th e fol lowing resolution and moved its adoption: Rock Island county. April 24. 1896. We, the board of supervisors of ttoca isiana county, in behalf of the people of said county, tender Thomas Campbell, of Rock Island, our sincere thanks for tbe courageous and perse verlng manner in which ha conducted tbe search on the Baatian farm, almost in the face of mob law and being the means of exposing one of greatest villains io the annals of history. Res olution adopted. The committee on poor submitted the following report which upon motion was received and adopted BOCK ISIAXD. A Dele Broa. t SO Mueller Bro. 4 nn Biouetqalit, A M. IT OOtNofci, Vakatlae . IS H r.JP brown, D i Bailry. G E Co. Bote w h... is em t-anra, F 4 . U CD o-niuy... a 40 Podga. euB.. 19 SU imrm ao . Gen C. IS '0 mcrln CM1 Co .. SB 75 H.11.SB... SO Oi Hun. a P........ s on) KBtchmana. Root. 38 03 S OIOnraH, Chat SO 00 lCo!f jh. I.C .... 13 U0 w.ron droi unt.. AeciatiHn..... 17 SO Pine.o. tf.A.. to PrrM.jj m IS QatateKJ W.- ... 10 w nines, wm a (torn as a. Rah.P...... 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B M . io (10 Ho-.'- Island Cat:-" -peidel. 0 9 8. nlDg Co 7 51; Apple Bra. 8 00 We refer the following bills with, out recommendation: Dr. Joseph Comegys, city, Moline Ri verside cem etery; Richard Hill, St. Anthony's Hospital. Respectfully submitted: n. . cae, Hekbt J ubifp, J B. Trmawstos Btbom KaitDtLt, CBABLBa iBOBB, Committee Supervisor Fitzpatrick moved that the bill of Dr. Comegys, referred back to the board by the committee on poor, be referred back to the com mittee to- Investigate and report at the next regular meeting of the board. Carried. Supervisor Schoonmaker moved that tbe bill of the Riverside ceme tery be rejeoted. Carried. Upon motion " the bill of Richard Hill was allowed. Upon motion the bill of St. An thony's hospital for 117.50 was rejected. Upon motion the board adjouraed until z 0'ciocs. JOHN BOLLMAN'8 DEMI8E. Tna Sliest Heasmaer Call, a Well Kaowa Cltliea After Loaa- Saflerlea;. Death came to John F. Boll man af ter lone and patient sufferlnrr with bronchial consumption at 5:30 Sat- uruaj aimrnooo. For five months Mr. Bollman had been unable to leave hia hnmi at. hi a Fourteenth-and-a-half street, whilo it bas been nearly a year ago that he Was obliged to surrender hia nnaitinn as engineer in the city waterworks i . ,. i ... "wins to tawing neaitn. &ven when the dread disease was preceptibly ac complishing its worst Mr. Bollman braved aeainst it .and ever had a cheering word for an acquaintance uai, ub iota ue wouia graauauygrow stronger. Up to the day of his death he refused to take to his bed. But it was early in the afternoon that the deathly shadow which had been hovering about him for so many months began to rapidly. lower about him, and it was but a few short hours until be had peacefully passed away. Bora and reared in Rock .Island, Mr. Bollman had a host of acquaintances who will be grieved at the loss of an upright citizen and a genial com panion. Mr. Bollman had passed his 43d year. He was a son of the late (iabriel Bollman, one of the county's earliest settlers, and whose venerable widow, Mrs. Julia Bollman, survives at the age of 85 years. In April. 1890, Mr. Bollman was united in marriage to Miss Hannah Leonard, who with two sisters, Mrs. George Woodi and Mrs. V. J. Covell. of South Heights, and one brother. Isaac Bollman. of Clinton1. Iowa, and his venerable mother, who resides with her two daughters, survive. Mr. Bollman was a member of Trio lodge 57, A. F. and A. M., and Camp 29. M. W. A. r The funeral occurred at 2:30 this afternoon from Trinity chnrch. Rev. R. F. Sweet officiating, the Masons and Woodmen also participating. The oallbearera t I Pnrn T. J. Reddig, Hamilton Perry, Hugh m.wuiu, uvn oten?ei ana Vrui Allen. The beat sal, in tha world for cuts, bruises, sores, nloers. salt rheum, fsver sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skic eruptions. and - nnalttvalv vnnu piles or no pay required. It is guar- rito pgntn sausiacui , or monev refunded. Mm . Mat, box. For sale by Harts Ullemeyer. . Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorta. BRIEF MENTION. . Leaf lard at Gilmore'a. Tb best broom Lee's LltUa Gem. Edward Denkmann went to Den ver last evening. Pretty mw wall paper Belling so cheap at SutcliuVs. -"-, It yon don't amok Sweat Moment! cigarettes you don't get the bast. Last week's internal refsnue col lections in Rock Island amounted to 1900.80. The ladies auxiliary of the T. M C A. is to give a May festival at the association hall Thursday and Friday evenings, April 30 and May 1. Fifteen dollars cash given away That's what you do when you put $100 into any wheel with the Mares- At a. ana ar r a a a . no at ao9. ooia oy cnaries w oin. Eighteenth street.' Repairing and I'loyeie sunaries. The production of Bronson How ard's successful play, "Younc Mr. Winthrop," is to be givn Wedno day evening In Davenport by home isient, wnicn win include Miss Acna Moore and B. D. Connelly, of thi city. The Davenport city council held a special meeting Saturday evcr.irg &t!i recounted the vote of the Siitt ward alderruaoic election recintlr held thre. Ou the face of tbe origi nal returns K B. D;iwf, the trpuV iicatj candidate, was leete-1. u: the rouocil thought 78 votes aa illegally marked and declared Chris Kuhi. lemocrat. elected, having 4! 9 to 39" for Dawes. Crowds of people viewed thn Fowier sextette which was dip!ave'i in the London clothing company's window yesterday. The mauhinti is'a master-piece of simplicity anii mechanism aod it is cla med for it pat it will eclipse a railroad engint in apeed. The wheel is geared at 158) and covera 45 feet with each revolution of the pedal. A race be tween this wheel and an engine has Deen arranged to come off m New York shortly. . Miss Blossom, the Macoy Stock company's soubrette, was taken sud denly and dangerously ill at Daven port last evening and bad to' be car ried on to the train by members of the company, which left tor Rockford over tbe Milwaukee road this morn lag. The company played a S-nlcrht engagement hern last week and Miss Blossom made may friends. She was prevailed noon not to leave her hotel until she folly recovered, but she insisted upon going. STORIES OF EARLY DAYS. Dsagbters ( tha Kevolatloa Bktcuea H la ter at Aba. Harat'a Borne. Fort Armstrong chapter. Daugh ters of tbe Revolution, had an Inter esting meeting t the pleasant home of Mrs. E. W. Hurst at the corner of Nineteenth street and Fifth-and-a- half avenue Saturday afternoon. It was the regular monthlv meet ing and it proved one of the most successful in the history of the chap- A fWH e . tor. iae uouse was simpiy yet charmingly arranged with patriotic colors. A beautiful design which caught the eye of the gnests was one formed on the refreshment table rep. resenting the colors of the American flag. The principal topic was mas tered Dy airs. u. a. kosc. tier sub ject was "Early Political History and Home Life of the Colonies." Then there was a talk on "The History of tne Connecticut colonies" by Mrs Adair Pleasants; Mrs. K. G. Frazer told of tbe Persecution of the Quak ers," ftid Mrs. T. J. Bnford told of King Philip's War." Mrs. Hurst also gave soma interesting facts sdoui tne continental Congress of tha Daughters of the ' Revolution wbicn was held in Washington in reornary, ana wbicn she attended. Aa araaealaa The public attention is called to the meeting which will be held at tbe i. M. c. A. hall tomorrow even ing at 8 o'clock in the interest of the Armenians in Turkey. Many lare and small cities have generously re sponded to the urgent appeals in be half of the starving and snfforing Armenians. At this meeting Rev. (i. M. Manavian, the field agent of the Chicago Armenian relief commit tee, will speak. Rev. I. W. Allen, of the Central Presbyterian church, will read extracts from letters which he has received from American friends in Turkey. The people are invited to attend, hear the story of the trou ble.tnd to express their sympathy 11 Disappeared. Ashley, 111.. March 27. 1896 We have given Hood's Sarsaparilla to our little girl to purify her blood. Her body was covered with sores, but she has not bad any sores since taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. Mrs. Joel McAlexander. Hood's Pills cure all liver ills. April 21 and May 6 the Mis souri, Kansas A Texas Railway com pany will sell tickets at very low rates to points in Missouri, Kansas and Texas. For particulars address H. A. Chukibb, SIC Marquette Bldg- Chicago. i O, Te BMbMI If yon could select tha pura gold from the dross, tha wheat fmm ts. chaff, the good from tha bad, you would never make tha mistake of tak ing any other remedy than Foley's Sarsaparilla for blood dieonfera Trial sise, 60 cents. For aala at M F. ttahnsen'B druc Btora. a Frank Kile. Ui.se Emma Soott Moline .Muline 4i ' - emet or Blackwcll's Durham tobacco Com pant. ""., wm. c . Dear Sir: Vom sjm llrt a m . fHEE wo year whoWals dasJer. JVHITC STAR SOAP wttH all Cloclxuell's Gcnuica Durham Gnokinj TobaCCO yocboy. OMbar o soap Pre with each posnsal. whether 16 ox., 8 z.. 4 oa.( oz., packages. . We tuve iKKmad avery wkole ale leafer in the Unfted States gat we win sitpprjr Uimwitll aoap awe, and isuist oa ftttaf yswr ap. Onbar4SosFDr4ai eas awtrna yoa My. Saass la viictni ror a itmiten Uane, HI rn i. - - CLACtllVELL'G DUHHAr.1 TOBACCO COMPANY. catoet this aettoe aad eaad It wltk w.i in mmm ea.awr. Remodeling Sale. Special sale' prices of our Ladies' Tab Shoes at To make room for the carpenter our already low prices are lower than ever. Shoes, Slippers and Oxfords at cut prices. JSIFS0Ss 307 Twentieth Street. aaina Thread a Needle - With poor thread, and notice how many knots, kinks, and ravels there arc to catch in the eye. Small in themselves, and vet laree cnoua-h to cause no end of vexation. Use WUlimanticStarJlircad and notice how smooth, strans;, and even it is. Tt's alarays the same from beginning to cud. Imperfections ara made impossible by t!ic meat perfect methods and the most scrupulous care. Ask your dealer for it, ftrn1 -4 rente and rmrtvralx.pontanf threS. any color or wooihir. tmii wtth - f'lir kna fr your auoniM, nadjr wuana, ana aa Inlemuac buuk. va Uinvil and m-winti Free. WILUMANTIC THREAD CO.." WUJJU1ANT1C. CONN. ROYALS ARE LOYAL!" ROYAL LIMITED. LADY ROYAL. ROYAL TANDEM. CONCEDED BY ALL THAT HAVE SEEN THEM TO BE THE FINEST MACHINE JN THE WORLD JOB THE MONEY. PATENT SPROCKET ADJUST MENT. PATENT ADJUSTMENT HANDLE BAB, HEAVILY REINFORCED. WILSON MOLINE BUGGY CO., BICYCLE DEPARTMENT. Moline. IU. THE PLACE TO BUY w PAPER ALL Roam Mouldings, Pictures, Picture Frames and Window Shades bat the Adams Wall Paper Company, 310, 3is and 3i4Twentist3i street - 1 tA. A A A M