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THJB ABGTJS, SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1898.
f j ,,, m. 'There's, a ClIIU That are coming up all the time to make people hesitate. Few people would hesitate if they Inew absolutely that they were taking the right step, k is said that (t He Who Is Lost." This is true, indeed, if you refer to trading at Shields'. The people who were the first to note his bargain offerings have been most benefited as a resulr. Hut it's never too late to do good, so begin now and you may still share in the re sults of the modern merchandising methods that prevail at SH CASH O-IROCIEiaY. I'lione 1217. Deeming Upon a Caipel - H. F. CORDES, Alaska Refrigerators ...All Sizes and Styles Allen. Mvers & Company Opposite llarper House. Thous- Things Hesitates ELDS 200 Fifth Ave Sometimes is a difficult task, when you sc such a profusion of lieautv in color and lKTfeetion of design as you do in our rich anil ex quisite stock of new styles in hirh grade carpels. We nn help you de cide on the coolest effects for summer though, from our stock that we have marLril at tecial uuluceuients in price. 1802 Second Avenue. Holding from 25 to 250 pounds of ice $6.90 and up. We pay the freight on out of town orders: 1821 SECOND AVE DEATH Oil THE RAIL. Louis Peterson Instantly Killed by a Burlington Passen ger Train. WAS WALKING ONCTHE TRACK. With Two Companions, Had Given np Hli Job and Wat Headed for His Home ill Chicago, Intending to Catch a freight Near Where He Met His late-Aa Ia qurot Held. Louis Peterson, of Chicago. 3, rears of age, was vun down and instantly killed hv the southbound Burlington passenger train one-half mile west of the East Moliue station at 7:30 last evening while walking on the track. Both let's and one arm were broken. Peterson, with two companion. had been working for the Edwards & Walsh Construction company. They hal given up their jobs and were headed for Chicago, their plan being to hoard a freight at East Moliue and beat ther way. Edward Johnson, one ot t'eterson s comnanious. savs they sjent the day in Moline, and hail taken a few drinks liefore starting on their walk to the station. Peterson. weakened by the heat, lagged behind his friends." Thev did not see the ac cident and don't understand whv he did not hear the approach of the train ami get out of its wav. An Inquest. The liodv was taken to Moline on ine wesi iiounu liuriington passenger anil turned over to Undertaker Knox to prepare for lmral. Coroner Elk hart held an impiest this afternoon, the jury returniiiir a verdict of acci dental death. River Ripleta. The packet Dubuijue came down. The Mary B. anil Mountain Belle went north. i ne v mona anil y erne tvain were iu and out of port. 1 he stage of water at the Rock Isl and bridge at 8 a. ui. was 6.40: at noon C.'lO; the temperature at noon was . The water is rising at St. Paul. is stationary at Reed's Landing, but is falling at all other points. A slight tall is predicted from Diibunne to , . 1 V i kock lsl:inil. J ravel over Rock Island bridri yesterday footed up: Foot, north. 1.367; south, l,3.r;'; total. 1.722. Teams, north. H'58; south. HM; total. 1.677; street cars, north. 130, south. 132, total. 262. Stag Club Ofltf-ers. I he following ollicers of The Sta club were elected last evii'mif: President W. H. Haire. ' Vice Presidwnt John W. Ward. . Secretary Harry Van Ness. Treasurer Ed s'moots. Steward W. H. Haire. Auditing Committee Henry Sie mon. James Darnell. J. Fry. SOITH HKItillTS HITS. South Heights. July 2. Jennie Wining, of Abingdon, III., is here to spend the summer with Mrs. R. S Silvis. Miss Ella Graham has returned home from Normal. 111., where shs has been attending school during the past year. Mr. and Mrs. (iillicrt. of Green River, accompanied by their son Bert, of Omaha, drove down to visit friends Friday. Holicrt Kirkland. of Chicago, grand son of Mrs. Hanna. arrived Wednes day evening, aiajl will probably siM-nd the greater part of his vacation here. I he fourth of July is lie'urg cele brated ahead of time here, as the boys and young men are having a great time.each evening with lireworksof all kinds. Mr. SchatTer lost a valuable horse recently. It stepped on a nail, which did not seem to bother it very much at tirst, but lockjaw set in, from which it died. There was a very pleasant family gathering at the home of John T, CampU'll Thursday evening in honor of his 33d birthday. It was a sur prise arranged by Mrs. Campltell to mark one more mile-stone of his life. He was 'resented with a very beauti ful chair. During the evening Mary and Harrv Sn viler furnished some nice music on an organ and violin.' Mrs. Campl)cll served an excellent supper, wnicn was heartily enjoyed by all. Vacation Tours. The Rock Island route offers its tri- eity patrons a greater variety of sum mer tours and letter facilities for reaching the mountains, lakes and sen shore this season than ever liefore 1ow rate excursions in all directions. For complete information call at near est C R. I. & P. ticket office. Beautifully illustrated pamphlet. "Manitou anil the Mountains,"' free on application. A Wise Deriiiion. I was troubled with headaches, nervousness and that tired feelinv. I read so much in the papers alsiut Hood's Sarsaparilla that I decided to trv it and I am thankful I did. for it has entirely relieved me and I am Every mem ir is requested to attend. I now able to do mv work. Irns3V,ss,"ls'nes3of importance is to lie' only good of Hood's Sassaparilla." .transacted. W ill J. H. Kerk. Mrs. T. F. Rich, Hampshire. IU. J Secretary. ii i- o n 7TZ . ..' 1100 Moore, of LaFarette. Ind.. savs .i.a are ii.e iaorue tamiiy '""r-iic. " Thousands of persons have been cured of piles by using DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve." It heals promptly and cures eczema and skin diseases. 1 It gives immediate relief. For sale by T. H. Thomas, A. J. Riess and M t. Biiansen. j DEATH OF A LADY PIONEER. Xn. Martha X. Hall Passes Away-Demise .of John P. FIueeeL. Mrs. Martha M. Hull, one of the pioneer of Rock Island, passed awav at the home of her son. Deputy Sheriff Stephen . Hull. 1818 Firs't avenue, at 5 o'clock yesterday after noon, after an illness of several weeks from infirmities. Mrs. Hull was the wife of the late John H. Hnll. She was lwrn in Washington county. Pennsylvania. June lGYliCW. coming to this city, which had since been her home, in lH.'iH. She is survived by- two sons. Stephen S., of Rock Island, and Charles S. Hull, of Davenport. Funeral services will lie held at the residence at 2o 'clock tomorrow after noon. T . .V K i night, a the residence of his parents. John P. Fluejrel died at 6:05 last Mr. ami Mrs. Henry Flueirel. 1306 Eighth avenue, after an illness of a' year and a half, from consumption of l lie lH)wels. tie was 2. years old. He had just entered on a successful busi ness career when stricken with the fatal ailment and which necessitated the disposal of his bakery on Twelfth street. He sought a renewal of health in the west, but his trips were una vailing. Mr. Fluegel is survived by a wife and two children, John and ieorre. aired 3 and 1 vears respec tively. He was a member of Camp No. 309. M. W. A. The funeral will be held at the home of the deceased's parents, at 10 a. m. tomorrow. James Moore, who was born in Port Bvron. March 24. 1H65, died at Water town hospital June 2K. 1!8. Mr. Moore had been at the hospital only 16 days. His last illness, tlio physi cians and specialists think, was brought aliout by injuries sustained in a runaway accident some 10 or more vears ago, when he was thrown from the bujrsrv and liadlv bruised ou ... i i . . , ...... aim aooui me neail. w nicn it now ap pears, fractured the skull and caused nun in lien suiiei-inir at times ever since. He also had typhoid fever, malaria and chills, which added to the iinderminin!r of his physical powers. Mrs. I. H. Sears, aired 4, died of paralysis, at her home in Davenport yesterday. She is survived by her husband and six children. The funeral occures from the residence at 4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. AN EXTRA WAR EDITION Argun Issues One. Which finds F.agcr De mands. At the most inopportune time possi ble, the Chicago papers bound them selves tied up with a strike this morn ing, and consentient Iv those who de. end upon the larger city papers for latest news of events reported in the evening papers were disappointed I he Aunt s accordingly arranged for tne publicat ion or a war extra at noon giving as much of thu results of ves terdav's battle of Santiago" ile Cuba as were obtainable through the Associ ated Press Up to that hour About halt of the customanv edition was run ofT for street sale, and the 1.400 copies were so quickly laken mat .mo more were put out and they. too. found ready demand. the outgoing afternoon trains on all roads being supplied. The remilar edition of tonight contains the after noon report, including a great deal. oi course, uiai was inn contained in the extra. The Ai!;t s had planned in view of its usual custom lo suspend for the rourth in order to give its emplves chance to celebrate, but in view of later developments, it has conclude to adjust itself to circumstances, aud he in readiness to serve the public should . occasion demand. It ...:n i i . , - win ue prepareu inereiore, to issue a special edition to its subscribers and the public generally on the Fourth should developments justify and street edition tomorrow under the same conditions. It should be under stood that on both occasions the paper win oe governed ny the situation. In a word, if there is war news of suf- ticient importance The Argus t le relied upon to furnish it. Circuit Court. juuge iiest in the circuit court to day granted a divorce to Dell Gordon of Moline. w ho charged his w ife, Hattie with desertion. Court was adjourned until Tue dav. The Uentry Knows. 1 he Gentry pony and dog shows. whose tents are pitched on Twelfth siieet and mtn avenue, are attract ing immense crowds, despite the ex treme heat, and the performances are greatly enjoyed. 1 here was a suc cessful matinee this afternoon, and me concluding entertainment will lie given tonight. Bncklen's Araiea Salve. I he best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapticil hands. chilblains, corns and all skin erup tions, and positively cures piles r no l reiiuireu. n is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money re- funded. Price 25 cents per box. sale by Hartz & Ullemevcr. For 1 Industrial Home Association. I A wcial meeting will be held Sun- aT. July 3, at 10 o'clock a. m that for constipation he has found De vut s Little Early Risers to be perfet: iIiey never gripe. Trv them for stomach and liver troubles. T. Thomas. A. J. Riess and M. F. Ka&nsen druggists. o Beuitlis ITC I Tin (ml Yw Maw Hlwirs Boagfi Kfaataia af " . O'BRIEN IS HERO, Rescues His Wife From the Mis sissippi in Which She Tries to Drown. THE COUPLE HAVE A QUARREL Woman Resents HaTlns; Her Clothiag Cnt and Dashes Herself Into the River, Followed by Her Husband Both Are Placed I'nder -Arrest Other Poller Matters. Maud O'Brien cast herself into the Mississippi last night with the inteu- tion of quenching her life, which she ,la,- to "j; 1(t.en maiJe uu bearable bv her husband. William. Isjtter known as "Sawdust Bill" O'Brien. The tragic attempt oc- urredatll o'clock. Maud making her perilous leap from a coal barge at Hie liMtt I Seventeenth street. She gave vent to a loud scream that dis turbed the quiet that reigned in the locality as she struck the billows. Following close on her trail was illiam. Hero that he Is, he plunged into the stream and soon had his exhausted wife within the grasp of his right arm. He swam for the shore, but could not reach it until he had passed around the liarge and the wen. rsarnaru, uy which time lie yvas almost played out. Ullieer McCarthy was attracted to the scene by the woman's screams Weak and wet she and her brave res cuer were guided to police heaibiuai ters. They were afterward released. William Ulam going security for their appearance for trial on a charge of disorderly conduct. The attempted suicide was the out come of a quarrel which the couph had at the American house, when they stop. William, while in a jeal mis rage, cut up his wife's lies clothes. She decided to get even by killing herself. She is now glad she did not succeed, and is grateful to William. Oilier Matters. Mrs. Ella Vance, who a few weeks ago attempted to leave town wilh tolen linen, pleaded guilty to lar ceny in the county court yesterday af tcrnoon, and was lined ?10 and costs by Judge Adams. Jim m ic Flynn yvas liefore Magis trate Stafford yestarday on a charge ot assault anil iiatierv. there was no evidence against him ami he was discharged. Mrs. 14. ixohn, wile ot the proprie tor ot the Ark store, recently open in the Kellerstrass building on Seeom avenue, yvas arrested today by Officer I. van on a warrant sworn out bv II S. Wiley, of Davenport, a clerk in the store, w ho charges her with the th Of his watch. V illiam Crowlev was lined $5 and costs for assault and battery on Wal terlladsell. Have Yon a Son, Ill-other, itusiianii or lover in the army or navy? Mail him today a 2."j-cent package of Allen's Foot-ease, a pow der for the feet. All who march walk or stand need it. It cures itch ing, tired, sore, swoollen, sweating leet. and makes hot, tight or new shoes easy. Feet can't blister, get sore or callous where Alien s loot ease is used. 10.000 testimonials All druggists and shoe stores sell it 25 cents. Sample sent free. Address Allen S. Olmsted. Ij Roy, N. Y. tUnck Iiro SSO Brail; Street, Davenport. I'mbrellas and parasols reeoverci' and repaired at reasonable prices am ou short notice. Baby carriage para sols tile dufie, specially. I he only place in firee cities where this work is Drop postal and we will call Doal Tebarre Spit sad Satoks Tsar IJft law. To quit tobaoro easily and forever, be mag netic, tull ot life, nerve and vlcor, take No-To-Bac, the wonder- worker, thatiuakea weak men strong. All (IroKjjista, Wc or II. Core fruaran tcad. Booklet and sample free. Address burning uemedy Co., Chicago or New Verlc Subscribe for The A ruts. For Sick I Eyes Wear a pair of Ramser's perfect ruing Glasses. Ramscr fits glasses right rAJ. RamserA r. k Jeweler and Optician. a Jeweler and Optician. EYES EXAMINED FREE! V. Dressers and I lit a ay Never has there been shown in the Tri Cities so extensive a line. We will be 5?l pleased to show them to you, as we know they will save you dollars. A. J. SMITH & SON, 123. 125 Wert Third Street J FOR THE J 1 - SIZZLltlQ DOT DDVS - Crash Hats. Straw Crash Coats. tirasn Wool Crash. Covert i Serges. Double-Hreasted Coats. Fine Serge Coats and Vests. Alpacas. Black Alpaca Coats. Flannels. Coats and Vrests Fine Narrow Twill. Black Sateen Coats. Cassimere Unlined m mu t Ml l l)U RSELr THE PRICE IS INCUT. S0PHMERS 1 1804 Second Avenue, To the Watch With every pair of Misses' ami Children's Tan Shoes (tonghl from now until J ul v 4 we will rive a round-trip ticket ti the Toner or l.r)i eiits in cash, and w ith every pair of lilies' Tan Shoes or fords Ixiiiht we will also rive a round-trip tieket to the Tower or a. cent s in cash. That means a T.'w Oxford for .r'r. $1 Oxford for 7.e. tl.l'.j Oxford for f I, l..r.( Otfor.l for 1.2.1. a l.:i'J l.ldii-s'Tan I.ne Slim; for f 1.14, f l..r,0 SIhm. for fl.as. f2 SIkm s for fl.75. and l'.c o(T any lair of I.ndie' Tan Shoes or Oxfords in the store or a free ticket to the Tower. S07 TWENTIETH STREET, BOCK ISLAND We close at 6:30 except IS-. A few notes regarding spring goods that caa be found by look ing t this ad. Here are tome prices we quote: Spring novel ties in suits the prices range from f 18. S0. VI, 11 and np. The prices in the spring trousers range from W. W W. $(. flfiO and upward. Come ia and see our fine Una. Gus. Englln, Kiiijer, 1803 ::::! Washstands Mahogany. Birdseye Maple, S Curley Birch, S Oak and Sycamore. Use With Iron and Brass Beds. DAVENPORT. Hats. Negligee Shirts. Duck Trousers. suns. Mixtures. Linen Crash. Linen Dusters. Fancy Suits, nobby goods. & La VELLE. Tower and Return Yours for a rood time, - DOLLY BROS. Wednesday and Saturday. "Thinking is but an Idle Waste of Time Unleso it it pra-tieally applied. If you are in need of Wall j'aer now is the time to liny at the Adams Wall I'lt-ier Co. ("ireat re ductions in all lines for the "priajr; elearinr sale. Sie lh lieautifnl pa n-rs at the lowest prices at the ADAMS WALL PAPER CO- 10. 312. S14 TWENTIETH ST. I mm. ' JL