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THJJ ABGTJS, TUESDAY, JULY 5, 1898.
Studied the Stars
That is what the ancients did in time of war.
Study the bargain offerings and where to get
them is the thing these days, either in times of
war or times of peace. Our store has always
commanded attention by deserving it. Our
stock of furniture surpasses all others in the
variety of assortment and fairness of price. We
ask only an inspection
TO CONVINCE YOU . ;
That the purses of the people regulate our
prices. The past two years have been close
times and our prices are consequently close.
Come to our store and see the goods they will
please you, we're sure, and you will not regret
the time you send, even if you do not buy.
We have many pretty things in every line that
should interest you. He alive to your own inter
ests and come to the store that never disappoints.
Cor. Sixteenth Street
LEADERS IN FUBNITUBE
DBGiding upon a CaipeN
H. F. DORDES,
...All Sizes and Styles
1 jp $ f1
AflenMyevs & Company
Opposite Harper House. 1821 SECOND AVE
and Second Avenue
Sometimes is a tlillieult
task, when yon see such a profusion
of Wauty in color ami perfection of
design as you do in our rich and &
rjui.sit stock of new ft vies in high
grade carpets. We ran help you de
ride on the coolest effects for summer.
though, from our stock that we have
marked at special inducements in
Holding from 25 to 250
pounds ot Ice
and up. We pay the
f night on out of town
ACCIDENTS ARE FEW.
Care in the Handling of Fire
works on the
SEVERAL BUBNED BY POWDER.
Verdict or the Jury on the Killing or
Emit Unon on Mie Street Railway
In Moline Yesterday Body of Henry
Mueller, Drowned In the Mississippi,
Few accidents attended the eelebra
tion of the Fourth of Jul v. It has
lieen seldom that the day passed
without at Wst one serious mishap
resulting from the explosion of lire-
works. 1 his year there was not one
really bad accident reported, the doc
tors having little to do, because the
small hov. profiting bv the experience
of others in former celebrations, kept
a sale distance trom the lirecrackcr
and the cannon.
J. J. Burgess, of Thirtieth street.
got too close to a cannon when it ex
ploded, and the powder burned his
face quite severely.
Mm lllis is carrvinjr a baillv in
jured nose,. the result. he says, of an
attack bv two fellows on Twentieth
street Saturday night, ona of whom
he lielieves struck him with bras
Cad, son of Mr. and Mrs. (). M.
flotillas, of Eighteenth street, had
one side of his face burned by explod
Kov Maxwell, youngest son of Mr.
anil Mrs. Joseph Maxwell, residing at
HKIO llurd avenue, was badly burned
in the face and hands by an explos
ion of powder.
A slug lired from a tov cannon
went through a window of the home
of Mrs. Elizabeth Paulsen, 910 Twen
ty-first street, and lodged in the wall.
J. M. Neal. of Davenport, had his
hand badly lacerated while shooting
Kniil Larson's Fate.
Emil Larson, the victim of yester
day's street railway accident, was 23
years of age. and had left the house
for the first time in several weeks,
having been confined by illness. He
was riding to Kock Island on the
Fourth avenue line and was stationed
on the footboard of the trailer. In
entering the switch near Fourth
street. Moline. the trailer left the
track and collided with the east hound
train. arson being wedged between
the cars and his life crushed out in
view of a large crowd of people. Dr.
lseam arrived a lew moments after
the accident, but Larson was dead.
He was unconscious when extricated
from between the cars. Larson was
a paper hanger, employed by Dicrolf,
Moline. 11 was the sou of Charles
An inquest was held today by Coro
ner Eckhart anil the jury. E. L. East
man. Xels E. Peterson, Nels Pierce. J.
E. Carlson, ( 'arl (J. Goodmanson and A.
T. Foster, returned the following ver
dict: "We find that Emil Larson
came to his death by a collision of
street car trailers on the IJlue line of
the Tri-City Railway company on
Fourth avenue, in the city of Moline.
said collision having Iwen due to the
derailing of trailer Xo. loO west
bound, on which deceased was riding
as passenger. The jury finds that
the death of the young man was due
to carelessness of rhe employes of the
east bound train, who started up the
train after knowing that an accident
had occurred. "
Mueller HimW Found.
The body of Henry Mueller, the Mo
line young man. mention of whose
drowning was made in last night's
Alters, was taken from the river
while floating along the shore of the
arsenal last evening and taken to
Jloline in the Hock Island patrol
wagon. Mueller was 23 years old
and the son of John L. Mueller. He
fell from a boat in which he and
Charles Sehrciler were running a trot
line a quarter of a mile west of Flat
Kock, in South Moline township, Sun
day morning. Schreiber savs he
jumped in after him and caught him
as he was disappearing the second
time. He held him with one hand
and swam with the other and shouted
for help. Mueller could not swim.
They floated for about a half mile,
when Schreilier said he liecame ex-
hawsted and was obliged to let ro of
Mueller in order to save himself. An
inquest was held over the remains
today bv Coroner Eckhart. The jury,
com -wised of A. T. Foster. E. L. East
man. Xels E. Peterson. J. E. Carlson
and Carl O. (Joodmanson. returned a
verdict of accidental drowning.
The Kock Island route offers its tri
city patrons a greater variety of sum
mer tours and Itetter facilities for
reaching the mountains, lakes and sea
shore this season than ever before.
Ixiw rate excursions in all directions.
For complete information call at near
est C. K. I. & P. ticket office.
Keautifullr illustrated pamphlet,
Mauitou and the Mountains,"' free
- There In no Qnentioa About It.
Xo question, indeed, with those
who have used it. bat that Foley's
Kidney Cure is absolutely reliable for
all kidnev and bladder diseases. For
sale bv T. H. Thomas.
What's the secret of happy, vigor
ous health? Simply keeping the
oowels, the stomach, the liver and
kidneys strong and active. Burdock
Blood Bitters does it. For sale by
Marshall & Fisher.
Ho-To-Bae for Fl fty Cents.
Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes weak
men strong, blood pure. We, (L Ail drofgiata,
POLICE COURT MATTERS.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lincoln Dissolve Partner,
hip a Holdup.
James Macey, John Barry and John
Moran were before Justice Sehroeder
Magistrate Staffo-ed being out of town
on charges of vagrancy today. Each
had a hard hick story, was honest, in
dustrious and had !em looking for
work, but in vain. They got 10 days
apiece at hard lalor.
Willie Flynn and Frank Rodman
are under arrest for a holdup. Their
victim was Rolert Edwards, who thev
tackled in Spencer square the other
night, the only thing of value he
had in his possession was a bicvele
pump. They took this.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lincoln, the couple
who have lwen seeking to disfigure
one another of late, have decided to
dissolve partnership. Mrs. Lincoln
going to her old home in Clarinda,
Iowa, and he remaining here. Mrs.
Lincoln rushed into the police sta
tion Sunday night and asked for pro
tection. She said another battle was
on and she feared she would get the
worst of it. Lincoln was called in.
His wife said he had lieaten her and
threatened her life, and she exhibited
several scars on her face to bear out
her statements. Lincoln ojH'ned his
mouth and showed the absence of a
couple of ivories. He said they were
knocked out by his wife, the "opera
tion being performed by her whaling
him over the head "with a chair
while he was taking a snooze on the
Chief Pender's report for June
shows that the total numlier of arrests
made by the police was 4:1 state 23.
city 22. The offenses were as fid
lows: Drunkenness 3, disorderly con
duct 8. peace warrant 1, abandon
ment of wife 1, larceny 3. violating
bill posting ordinance 1. violating
plumbers" ordinance 1, vagrancy
assault and battery 2. attempt to
rape 1. keeping disorderly house 1,
inmates of disorderly house 16, fugi
tive from just 2. The wagon bus
iness was: Runs 38. box calls 10,
telephone calls 28, lire alarms 1, false
calls 1. Number of miles run 1W,
tramps carried 38, ambulance calls 7.
ENDORSE THE INCREASE.
Brewers' I iiIuii.SIhikIh at the Hack of the
Brewers' union Xo. 98 has adopted
resolutions endorsing the action of
the breweries iu raising the price of
beer $1 per barrel the amount im
posed by the government for war rev
enuebelieving that workinginen and
consumers will be perfectly satisfied
with a slight curtailing of the present
am pi measure rather than inviting
an inferior beverage. It is considered
against the interests of union labor
and higher wages to strain coin peti
tion to sucn an extent as to remove
Rook Island won yesterday's game
from Peoria, the seore. being" 5 to 3.
Dillon and Sage and Roach and Col
lins were the batteries. The attend
ance was very slim.
One by one the players arc depart
ing. Frank Dillon has gone to his
home in Normal. 111.: Joe Strauss and.
Dick Smith have signed with the
Mansfield. Ohio. club, and have ",cno
thither; McKibU-n left for Omaha? his
Marlin Kille Club's Chicken Shoot.
The supplementary spring chicken
shoot of the Marlin Rille club came
off Saturday afternoon at the club's
range and was a great success. The
numlier of birds killed by the various
shooters was as follows:" Connelly 7,
Tipton 4. Harms 3. Durham 3, Hcl
penstell 3. Junge 3, Bahnsen 1.
One or Mnller's Aneotlotes.
Froudenud KinRsley w.ere special fa
vorite if Profc-ssor iftts duller, acnnwl
ing to lfist recently" rnbJished memoirs.
Kingsley s refusal tjpraj;fir rain or,
as bis friend expacsses ityodeKrade his
sacred office to that of a raiuniafcer'or a
medicine man reminds the professor
of awitory cold to itihgsley by an Amer
ican Inf America we manage these things
better. A clergyman in a Tillage on the
frontier between two)f our states nray
cdfor rain. The retiu came, and itfsoak
ed the ground to snch an exjent thqt the
yotmg lambs in the neighboring state
caught cold and died. An'actioji was
brought against the clergjpajfor the
mischief he bad done, and he and his
parishioners were condemned t pay
damages to tho sheep farmers. They
8 gver prayed for rain after thjit. Lon
The reason for the great popularity
of Hood's Sarsaparilla lies in the fact
that this medicine positively cures.
It is America's greatest medicine,
and the American people have an
abiding confidence in its merits.
They buy and take it for simple as
well as serious ailments, confident
that it will do them good.
Hood's Pills cure all liver ills.
Mailed for 2." cents by C. I. Hood &
Co., Lowell. Mass.
Don't Stop Him.
He has a bad attack of colic and is
making for Thomas' drug store after
a kittle of Foley's Colic Cure. 25
cents. For sale bv T. IL Thomas.
Win your battles against disease bv
acting promply. One Minute Cough
Cure produces immediate results.
When taken early it prevents con
sumption. And" in later stages it
furnishes prompt relief. T. II.
jThomns, A. J. Riess and M. F. Bahn-
The Hod Von Haw Always Basest
Our Boys' Brigade to Proceed
at Once to San
tiago. GEN. 6AEEETS0H TO COMMAND.
Will Kelnforrc Shaffer and Garrison
the Besieged City After It Is Ta
ke Moving Instrnrtions Delivered at
Camp Alger This Morning-Other Troops
Camp Alger, Va.. July 5. To The
kk k rami Aki;i s: We ore ordered
to leave for Santiago via Charleston.
The telegraphic - information from
1HE ARiii s faithful correspondent at
Camp Alger this afternoon is in har
mony with the Associated Press re
iMiit apiearing in another column.
It comes from Washington, and is to
the effect that (ien. Carretson's bri.
gade. composed of three resrimeiit
the Gth Illinois which includes Com
pany A. of Rock Island, and Company
r. u .uoniie ami a .Massachusetts
and Ohio regiment, are to proved! at
once to Santiago.
To See Artual Warfare.
This means that our 1hvs are to see
actual warfare. Thev will reinforce
(Jen. Shafter at the besieged city of
Santiago, and if the place capitulates
before thev get there they will be
used in tfio garrisons defendinir tin
American (lag against all coiners and
may make part of a column to cut a
swath through the island from San
tiago to Havana, as (Ien. Sherman cut
through IJeorjria. Tho (1th Illinois
will not lie found wanting wherever
it is called upon to act.
The stage of the water at 6 a. in. to-
uay was o.ou, at noon, o.i.i; the tem
perature at noon was 81.
Tne Citv of Wiuona and Verne
Swam were in ou their regular trips
in me unort packet business.
The Belle Mac and Volunteer came
down with 18 strin's of Iocs each, tin
J. W. Van Sant and Inverness with 24
each, and the F. C. A. Denkmann and
15. Hershev with 32 each.
The water Is stationary at St. Paul
and Red Wing, but is falling at all
oiher Doints. The indications in
that the river will continue to fall
slightly from DubuipietoRock IMand.
To all who have had artificial teeth
made at other places and cannot use
tliin I will make the ltcst st of teeth
for $8. If I do not cive satisfaction
it will cost vou nothinsr. You can
have two weeks to try your teeth.
Teeth extracted without ttain. E-
tablished in Davenport, Iowa, for 10
years at 212 West Second street, oyer
Globe Clothinir houe.
M. J. Kei.lv. D. D. S.
Attention. Old Koldiers.
The manufacturers have instructei
T. II. Thomas, druggist, to give a
bottle of 2-Went size of Foley's Colic
t urn free to the first soldier of tin
civil war who applies for same. It
is the great remedy for chronic diar
rhoea. cramp colic and all lajwelconi'
Arnold's Broino Celery cures head
aches; 10, 35 and 60 cents. Reiss
Is often revnled In tbs hu
man tare by ibe removal of
some rihtti'uniic rkln discs-.
Plniiili-s, eczama. tetter
or erj"ll". lo ill this
" quickly and nisks tbe skin
suiouth anil healthy ass
i T" k"f D. th" enmplavion elssr, fnh stal
,l)uii(ul, rmoiuf n minor Slcmuhaa,
r aw, constantly
I J. Ramser,
Jeweler and Optician. g
Ladies' and Children's Hose.
While they last we make the followinr ex
4T dozen Ladies" Sramle Black How.
a xtaple a a beau at ixs a pair, all C
week. It tbey !au -biee per pair v(
S fliwen. special purpha-e of MnalKizev.
in I jwln r ine Krem-h Hulnnt'i'an
Hie. JSC a pair Is the usual price, take 9rt
tbi-ni ibis week at. per pair Isv
A job of SOhlaek lNe fcic flue Mark cot
ton l-ailiss Hose, nut all sizes, your Ql
cb ice of tun lot. per pair wtI
Children's IXt ribbed assorted Tan
tiase. about all wes from a to . IfiM
wortb up to JSc. choice, per pair IUl
19 dozen Mtwi' Wbite Cotton Hose.
wortb rciruljrlr I a pair, sale Tui
dav at o clock, per pair ttio mistake f m
Negligee Shirt Sale.
Of Special Intercut to Men.
Men Percale Sliinn. in pretty tripe
aPl Ma us. mane to ear aim a bite A fit
collar, a Sac value and eoini: at Tib
Metre f aumlried Percale Shirts, with..
c I n rx ami culls attached, . Rflf
and Ko.ni: at wvv
Imported Scotch Madra Shirts with
collars and cuffs attached, or to aear
with white collar, these cootls are
priced elsewhere at rl.Vt. our price Q7.
for t bis sale, each Oil
Anv one can do ordinary work witb our rcadr
up and applied. We carry Si dinerenl colors
i7u,-c punns. winsi status, eusuieis, auu lurpeuuucs auo varutsnes. oet a color card Prices
bein at He a can.
Come carlv if you want to secure one of itiesjt two of ice hnMms, R,m.i.u tu... -i.i.
ice chanilM-rs, ; walls airainsi the heat, fluish in every way euunl to tine furniture ttiiisb. lH-ks
and hardware of tbe very best. Tbe Mock on baud will hardly last ocr this a eek lie prompt
Price start at I3.su for an ice box listed at t iu ..".
Mrs. Potts' Sad
Special purchase of these famous Sad Irons,
And Be Comfortable.
It's the weather
swelter in a heaTy suit, when for less than
a day's wajjes you can purchase just what
you want to keep you cool aJ make you
feel and look
Our Regular Prices.
To close out
price for Men's,
Boys9 Shirt Waists
1804 Second Avenue.
GET OUR PRICES.
837 TWENTIETH STREET,
We close at 6:30 except
A few note regarding apring goodt that can be found by look
ing at this ad. Here are eome pricei we quote: Spring norel
tiea in inlte the pricei range from f 18, $20. 22, 22 and op.
The pricei in the spring tromeri range from 15, $5.60, $6,
tt.50 and upward. Come in and tee our fine line.
Gus. Englln, Linger, 1803 S:cc:i An
A Low Price Demonstration in
A chance purchase of Ladies' and M.-o s
tndcrmear will enable us to make this a week
of unusual inter to underwear buyer.
00 dozen toadies' Rlcbelleu Ribbed Vast. p
an laie t nnimeu. a bile tbey last, each v
K dozen Latlira' Fine Oonitsrd rVvptian
t'otton ICihlied. reirularlc Vrsis, (or 9C
thtssale Vbe o at two for av3B
S dozen Ladies I'niou Suits, real f .V 1A
values, (or this sale ItC
4-V Men's Kil'bed Shins and Drawer,
exceptionally well made, just 4ine JC
case. uo7-n. away tbey ro. at each -slC
kc Finest Et-rpUan Cotion BalhrUran
Shirts and Drawers, drawers f .ai
med and faced with Hue French
sateen, etc.. at only, each C
Black Silk Mitts.
A little lot closed out last weak at a pMce
that make some crisp Silk MiMs Items ibis
week. You will Hod tbem vpreaa out on our
counters this w eek.
jn 1-55 cent Silk in.
Lot i-3S cent Silk nj.
Iot -4H cent Silk 44.
While tbey last we will sell jndo-n
Taffettaand Kid tlnish Cotton Uloves. Iflr
tames up to a;, at. a pair IUC
mixed bouse aulnts. (iilr aexU u lu,rril
for ordinary wo k. besides floor paints. tani aud
Irons, 68c a Set.
everywhere 7.e to 1 1 M a set, our price use.
1720, U22. 1724, 17i6. 72 Sn-ond Avenue.
for Thin Duck. Linen, Al
and Summer l'tnts. Don't
all our Straw Hats. Half
Boys' and Children's.
Friend Waists, all
- DOLLY BROS.
Wednesdaj and Saturday.
"Thinking is but an
Idle Waste of Time1'
Unless it i pr tial! apiIied.
If you arc in need of Wall rajier
now in the time to buy at the
Adam" Wall Pa j kit Co. Great re
ductions in all Hops for the iprin
clearing sale. Se the lieautiful
papfri at the lowest pricei at the
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO..
110. SIX, 314 TWENTIETH 8T.