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THEAHGU8, THURSDAY, APKIL 5, 1594.
Insure with Keidjr Bro.
Frenh OTtcri at . A. F.hleb's
Call nn Heldr Pros, for cheap prop
Mr. T. J, Rnford is home from Ft.
Straw brrrie and pineapples at W,
Save your coupons for TnE A KG is
W orlil a fair neries.
A nfi'e line of fresh vegetables al.
ways n hand at . A. Khleb's
CnmMnation suits made of durable
material, $:l.5t, at Simon & Mosen
win .iny r.renin-' tonipht at
the Kirt M. F church. Adiiiisoion
it i -tfi
iiaouwinip cnuuren s rceiers in
dark ami light shades at Simon 4
Moen f elder's.
T. U Mitchell and Mrs. Wads-
worth returned this morninjr from
Ashrelle, X. C.
The latest in TTcgent suit made of
the finest flrie, to be seen at Simon
'The F.nsign." the great naval
play, at the HnrtU, at Davenport,
M'hile your lmy has vacation fit him
out in one af imnn V Mosenfeldtr's
popular school suits.
Tullv and li.-n White left this
morning for St. John's military acad
emy at Dillnliild. Wis.
All the latent novelties in boys' and
children's suits can now Ik- found at
Simon & Mosenfflder's.
Pictnrr squo World's Fair" is the
pride of all Hhosi' it. (ict the se
ries at The Akc.is oiVioe.
Mi Anna Wentlierhead. of San
Francisco, arrived lat evening to
spend the summer with her sister,
Mrs. George W. Ki-nry.
Mrs. Jumes 1?. (iraliam. Jr., and
children, of IK'S Moines, are visiting
at the home of Mrs. Graham's par
ents. l.iv npert IVmorrat.
The lVcoration day committee has
arranged to have cx-dngrtsmnn
llanilMi'k. of Kansas, deliver the
oration at Knc Inland this year.
Miss t'rowcll, from the Audito
rium hotel, t'liieago, will ln pleased
to show you hats and !onnet. at the
Harper house, Friday and Saturday,
April 6 and 7.
If yon are going to pajvr this
spring, call on Lerrn & tireve. They
carry a tine assortment f samples,
and will do your work cheap Sn9
lr. J. F.. Aay was out for the first
time Tuesday, alter a severe illnos.
Although tlie doctor is atnuit again,
he wiil n.it he aide to attend to his
prefi'ssmna! business for a few weeks.
The nicffiiKH of tlo- family of the
late Mrs. . S. Parker doiri to ex
press their tlmnks to the "manv
friends for the kindness and sympa
thy shown them in tdeir laic be
reavement. C. F. l.ynde. J. S. Gilmore. S. S.
I;ivis and wife. Mrs. Van Patten,
Miss Vnn Fatten and Mrs. T. K. Har
per composed a pnrty which left Kock
Island yesterday to attend the grand
oiiera in Chiengo last evening.
The W. ('. T. T. convention closed
last evening with a sermon liv Miss
ifciwncy anil singing. !v the liroad
way church choir. The audience
was large and ct.lhiisia-tie, and the
sermon a strong and effective one.
Lereli V (;rcve. '.Ui'J Eighteenth
street, are doing a rushing l.usine.-s
this spring. 1'urties wanting any
work done in painting. calso
mining. or hanging of wall pajcr,
will do well to place their orders
Mannger Sage, of the Hock Island
ball cluli, is corresponding with
Fielder Cantlllon. of Kansas City,
anil expects te sign him. He expects
to have all his men here by the liith,
Ileldon Hill, the third baseman, be.
ing already on hand.
Tho regular month! v meeting of
the W. V. T. I', will l,e" held in the
V. M. C. A. tiiild-ng Friday, April
fi, at 4 o'clock. Kcv. II. C Marshall
will give a Hi-minute talk on "What
a Young Woman Can do for Tem
perance." F.i ry young lady is cor
dially invited to'lie present.
The Hock Maud Heating & numb
ing company has issued a circular
letter niitioiincing that now the com
pany is fully prepared to attend
to all kin N .r work in its line.
The presiucnt. T. F. I'.tirk. late of
Fd:ike . r.nrk. is n; to the standard
in his In-.. i,( lui-iness. and will five
oik I, is i.i r-.nnl attention.
Minn .locr-i. i
class plumber, u
one of the best
president, is a first
u is known to he
mechanics in this
Awarded Highest Honora
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Grape Cream oi Tartar Powder,
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEARS Xl'Jk STANDARD!.
viciniiy. lurnst agner, son of
i.eorge w agner. the brewer.-la sec
retary and treasurer. He is a roune
man xf i
....... plasma muuress, ana busi
ness ability. He is a hostler, and it
w in ie no lault of his if the neWeom-
D.I 71 V in nnt n liAnm!n -.. f
have a splendid location at Xos. 119
and 121 Seventeenth street, and of
supplies in their line they have the
1 1.. u i f : a 1 . . ...
ineni n inai. All wort
s guaranteed to be first class.
The Toll Road.
J he first annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Drurv Toll Road
company was held in Muscatine Mon
day evening. There was a large at
tendance oi stockholders, both from
Muscatine and the trans-river terri
tory. The report of iSecrctary Huff
w-as very satisfactory, giving as it
did an itemized account of the re
ceipts and expenditures. It showed
that ail obligations had been liqui
dated, excepting a balance due on
the hills of the (.roton Bridge com
pany, and the Edward-Walsh Con
struction company. The principal
items of expense w'ere on account of
earth tilling, costing about 114,003;
two bridges, costing about $7, 003,
and ahout $3,003 for macadam. A
little money is still required, but how
to raise the money has not yet been
determined. The actual" cost of
building the toll road was a trifle
over $3t,030. on w hich ?J5.O03 has
been paid. The road is three feet
above high water mark, 23 feet w ide
and macadamized, the macadam be
ing 10 inches deep in the center and
sloping to a depth of four
inches on either side. This is
civered with sand and gravel, mak
ing a sniooin, compact anl substan
tial surface, which can be driven
over on a trot from one end to the
other. Trees and brush are now lin
ing hauled and deposited alonir the
embankment to prevent any damage
irom i.ign water. Ihe company has
bought a team, wagon. scraier and
other implements and has hired a
man to keep the road in good repair
Tho board of directors was reelect
ed as follows: C. I.illi bridge. W. L.
Mull. S. (i. Stem. Henry Mardoch
ami K. 15. Huff. Ihe officers will be
elected later at a called meetins- of
A Surprisr Party.
A pleasant surprise partv was
given to Miss Margaret Grogan at
ner nome, L'.iltl Second avenue, last
evening, the follow ing being present:
Alif t t.twlpr.
kietr .Vr.iona il,
E m -11 iit,
K..I e lut:..
M- s r
H n Scsion.
1 Mr. J v Smith.
Vorti, iu'r iby.
Ilcw r t arkln,
W I Up Hurt,
Nellie Mar Id,
Ma irO'Ki.l j.
Vrirju. r.to Ucffcrnan,
Jo in Mni ahy,
t I IkIl' sruff,
I' .1 Mt-rrar.
!' T Lark in.
Yesterday was the 4th anniver
sary of the birth of William Gamble,
ami in commemoration of the event
about seventv-live of his friends enn-
gregited at his residence on Seventh
avenue and aggreealdy surprised him.
Thev brought with them anv amount
of gooil things to eat, and also a gold
headed cane, which was presented to
the host with a neat little speech,
after which a bounteous supper was
partaken of, music in the meantime
Court ( ullincv
The jury in the Xegus damage case
against the Davenport & Kock Island
Street Railway company brought in
a verdict this morning for the plain
tiff for $3,0'0.
The case of J. F. Anderson vs.
Charles Schulcr for false imprison
ment is being heard today in the cir
cuit court. Eooney & Kelly appear
for the plaintiff anil M. K. 'Sweeney
for the defense.
Jane Chandler came into the cir
cuit court yesterday afternoon and
pleaded guilty to conspiracy. Judge
Glenn deferred sentence "until, the
May term of court, and Jennie was
released on her ow n ersonal recog
nizance. Jane was accused of the
crime in connection w ith the attempt
to wreck the train on the Kock Island
road above Moline last August, and
of which act she was acquitted at the
Inst session of court.
Ian and Joe Russell, James Price
and John Lyons, four stragglers, who
were supposed by their friends to
have joined Coxey's army, were run
in yesterday, and Magistrate Schroe
der kindly gave each 3 ) days under
the llubo," or "Vug." ordinance.
Mrs. Ida P.ohart and Charles Van
danen were arrested last evenin" bv
Ollieers Mulqiieen and Kran for "dis
orderly conduct. The'v were in
mates of the Marble" Front" on
Twenty-second strict, when the ofi"i
cer ra'nled the joint. This morning
"Squire Sehroeder gave them a hear"
ing. and lined Ida 1.V.I0. and Charles
$11. K. Neither had any moner,
and both w ere remanded to jail.
The Ten Brocek went up with
eight barges and the Pilot w ith two.
The V- Kutledge came down with
10 strings of logs and returned for
The stage of the water at the
Rock Island bridge at noon was 6.25
the tempera utre 45. '
Capt. Wash Hight, the Diamond
Jo pilot, has arrived from St. Louis,
and is again on deck. '
Capt. Walter Blair's steamer,
SiWcr Crescent, has entered the
river trade between Kock Island and
Turlington, leaving for the latter
city every Monday, Wednesday and
Friday at 4:30 p. m.
Late Election Returns.
The election returns from the vari
ous townships throughout te coun
ty are coming in slowly. Those so
iar in are:
William Rinck's majority for su
pervisor oyer Capt. George Lamont
is 547. instoxl tit CJ7 a
T v. V . . , O DkAVU V Cff
Rural Town clerk. R. D. McCree-
ry; assessor, J. M. Hutchinson; col
lector, O. F. Long; commissioner of
ninways, w. . Bailey, and L. Met
zler; constable. Andrew Donaldson.
Canoe Creek Supervisor, G. W.
a'cMurphy; town clerk, C. H. Xun
dle; assessor, J. H. Burton; commis
sioner of highways. J. Cain; over
seers of highways." C. Goodrich, C. C.
Dillon, P. H. Buckley; justice of the
peace, A. G. Brewster.
Hampton Town clerk, Otto Guck
ert; assessor, George A. Crawford;
collector, J. Hennigan; commission
er of highways. Peter Grolh: ms-
tices of the peace. W. R. Carey, Car
bon Cliff, and William Hizer, Bars-
rrERV a a.
C rfovns '
S J Maxwell..
A A ulin
S J A'len...
II Nocker. 4
L, u Trent 110 65
E H Werner M
S AOlia 10s 51
coimisTostii or b cbwivs.
IT Rurdt M
w W 1'earMlI lud 53
The rcs of lint Water.
Speaking of hot water, it is wonderful
how many pood purposes it serves. A
compress of linen wrung out of hot salt
and water nud applied to the chest, cov
ered entirely and closely with flannel to
prevent tho taking of cold, will ease pain
and do away with tho irritation which
culminates in frequent consilium. Hot
water at tho back of tho neck- and be
hind tho ears will euro that nervous
weariness nr.d hysteria which overcome
one nfter a hardlay's work. Hot wuter
laKCii internally lieloro a meal is an aid
to digestion. Philadelphia Times.
Advertised 1.1st No. lit,.
LUt of Ictten tincalled for at the yuwti.ffii. at
Rk lslau.1, ill., i pril 5. Ism:
Bill, Kraihra'er Hurhs. Mrs F B
Hr n. Mm A M Wimrarirp. Mrs Chit W
tatcn.ao JlrtWL .:rr. Frt ileri t
Forma MTa N:ulri r. Vri rho.
Frrc. Mrs II rnmuisr, I)r F
Omit-. Mr K J t immon-. Ed M
Ilov. y, 11 M in in. ora
H.iwa i, 11 J T. U. Kl a
HikIuii. Iliuiu3, White, J
rnve-, M M
To ii'Stin? Drnmnt dciivrrr. lnttniw ahnnM mi
ad rcasc 1 tu u-c'i and i timlKT.
Jas w . I otter, rostmutcr.
K'xrnniia to the Somh
April 10 and 24, Mav H and 2'J. at
one fare for the round trip. Tickets
iimiUMi 10 mirty Hays from date
of issue: choice of routes ntTereil-
stop-overs permitted within certain
territory. Detail information unon
K. Stx KiiorsE, G. T. A.
Depot, foot of Twentieth street.
Kock Isiand. 111.
Land-seekers' excursion. On Jan.
9, Feb. 13. March 13. Anril 10 ami
May 8, 1894, low rate excursion tick
ets may be had at the '-Burlington"
ofliec to all points in Texas. Final
limit of tickets. 30 days from date of
sale. For particulars apply to
M. J. YorsG,
Agent. Kock Island.
H. D. Mack, D. P. A.
RK TOU IN NEED?
Want a cmik
Want a (art per
JK'ant a situation
iVant to rent rooms
Want a arrrant Ctrl
Want to sell a furm
Want to mill a hone
Want to exchange anythloa1
W ant t aell honm huld eooits
W aut tomakeany n-nleatate Inana
Want to sell or trailc Tor anvthlnc
Waut to find cusiomi-ra fur anything
CSB THESB COLUMNS.
TR DAILY AKars DELIVERED ATTOCB
daor every eeLi ng for ldc per we.k.
F'RESH JERSEY COW PANTED BY E. H.
ANTED A TASTEY COK AT HARPER
P'lOM' FOR RESTOVE9 JOXE4' SECJKD
haul t rc.
AT THE MAVCKKK
ATKD-AT 0TE. S'lJlE FIUST CLAHd
t ilr-nt HnppeV. ill'; Ih1it
Olt SAL" KOECKKITZ liKT EIliSEB
I at all lea'iii s srocirs. "It kills clrt."
WAN" El A PO irf.;N AS CLERK IN A
lr c hxIk hii! . ur a prjccry store. Ad
dnai "II. ' ihiavllix;.
U r ANTED T0 KOOMS FOK I ltiHT
h ii,i'ki rpini:. down piairii. Addrjav or In
quire at llimiliV tttu-ic n'fu.
U'AN TEl- ONE EM'KKIEN.T.DtALnMAX
fnr lin k ai it. luv'nnit ar il Hoi ne.
; d ch line for Lu tltr. Adi'rcs "G." at lU a
inE CAXIOX COMI'ANV OF CHICAGO
' rontnilal retnaiuin; Worl fair auurenlr
ir.'kct. anl feiie a ladj or gfntiemnn to rej re
aei.t t! em in ttaia city.
UrANTEtt AS EXHF.RIEVCED JAN1TOJ
1 at 1I10 Y. at. C. A. build. 11C pnly by let
trr, lailnir rrfmvnre and fxiwri n e to the
Varitcy Cumraillce Y. 51. C. A.
FAMOUS Krrry PAIR WAKHATTED by
-OO- TOLLEY BROS. & CO.,
enrnvaMai Onr KOH-I-NOOR" ia tba
rf RTAI!I F apactncla made. Fur
OlbUIHWtXd XurUMa-paruculaia apply W
T. H. THOMAS, Druggist and Opti
cian. yB tested free of charge.
Made in Twenty-two
Styles and Sizes to
suit e vet y body.
They are the cheapest and
the best, used by over 3000
famlies in the city that can
testify to their merits.
1C15-1G17 SE1 OXD AYEMJF,
There is No
Room at the Top
KRELL & MATH'S
High Grade Choco
lates and Bon Bons
hold that place undisputed.
Be sure and get their candies,
as they always have a lovely line
to select from and strictly pure
How about j-our Coffee Clotch?
Don't you want something nice
in the baking line? AVecanhclp
you out so that your company
will all be pleased. Here are a
few to select from
FRENCH ROLLS.nothing nicer
PLAIN ROLLS, just the thing
for sandwich or butter.
PATTIE SHELLS, nice for
oysters, sweet breads or tarts.
"CIRCULATE ECLAIRS, with
whip cream or custard.
CREAM PUFFS, with whip
cream or custard.
CREAM PIE, nothing finer in
the pie line.
LADY LOCKS, filled with
whip cream or plain.
BREAD STICK or ROLLS,
takes the place of bread.
PASTRY STICK, fiue for sec
VIENNA ROLLS, no sweeten-
Mclntyre-Reck Dry Goods Cn
Silk and Dress Goods Carnival.
r d n..:f.,i j . ,
vjciy wim dhk"" ucauiuui icw uoous at prices wnicn Will tyla 1 j
j " J j 1
We cannot enumerate one bargain in ten, space forbids, but what we tell you will serve a
to the rest. an
We have placed on our counters a full new line of the famous
And the price is 59c. The lowest price ever before mentioned by any one was 89c. Tbcy 0 -long.
At the same time we offer 15 pieces of elegant new " n
At 69c on which the nsual price is" to $1.25. This is your. chance. It won't last lonr.
Wo fool itutlir nrnil rt nnr 1ianlir nf fhpnpir Itrna. ffatn.ktia VI ..il c:il. -
. . vi v v i j w . j y. ...... . vv .. . .....j.., v. - llliril OlikB, aUlv'U W OUef it
fl a yard.
A beautiful assortment of 68c Figured Silks, which go this we-k at 49c a yard. v,. li
s.......v... . j w. - n - - ..j...v., aiu, .'iuucii cuiis in li!a , i . ,
colors. Satins in swivel, illuminated and figured effects, etc. We can and will save von mr. - a
silk denartment. ,n "or
Small rrrratd for Droflta haractrrirc onr tew ard fclendiil tcck of
Dr - Oooda. Yon csn "nr Imperial cords, aattn faced, ail woo , 49c,
worth 7.V. Thnr wnnt laat lonp.
e. fancy, nove ty Wool no ds. 38 and 40 incbea wide, at 39c.
Acitnperp a-nortmeot of Sc norelty miztnrea at 4'c.
A amali lot -all we could a-L-t-of fancy Cord', all wool and a ja d
wiile, at HI .. wiir h 50;.
A new lioc of granite mixture, S6 inch wiOe. tV good, at tic.
Ktw SB incb Silk, wool a- d cottoa mixtatoa, mide (, a v
we i tier ttH-m at lr a yaH "
wweiiTH in Cord and Jacqnard effei-t. whlcb are a'.,
at from .' to r,c, we ,:ffer them at l.V loitist ,rd 1 A
inn to .htiw yon how aiarh in earnpt w- an- we W:v
luead.Tm.minai 10 o'clock-mar, the hour- . r,7,
tai.ry Hourrtte ninnir- at He a vard One ri-, i r I, . T 31 itr
on hand. Ku-Urew Uaods dejiartment will ,., , 'T ' T
moi iy. " ' of
Our advertising contest has started, and 'there will be some earnest competition for the thr.-f i.
Remember the girl who writes the best original adv't for our spring opening, receives a new sprin-IT'-"
pattern worth up to $7.50, her own selection. There are also two other prizes worth havin". .,?.. '
and make any inquiry you want, the firm will answer any reasonable questions. ' la
Mclntyre-Reck Dry Goods Co.
1709 and 1711 Second avenue, Rock Island.
urtis Opera House,
Thurday Night, April 5.
The Sublime Scenic Spectacle,
Replete with Realistic
of Scenery and In
ternet d bf a lar.'e
rnd acost tfflcn-ul
THE U. S.
STICKS, with best
We make a large number of
specialties too numerous to men
tion. We usually carry a large
line to select from, but it is al
ways better to order a day or
two ahead, and be sure of hav
ing your order filled.
KHELL & MATH
1716 and 1718 Second At.
Tho Tinniest American Play
Prices $1 on. 75, 50 and 3Se Seat on al
Tneedav momii!i;, April S, at Fluke 'a Tele
B urtis Opera House,
ONE N.G3T ONLY,
Sunday, April 8.
and Up to Date.
It's a Funny Show.
Don't Come Late.
Rose Melville as Sis Hopkins.
Seat fale fnndar nmrnirc at ih; opera honee.
We are now at 1610
KOHN & ADLER
J. M. SCHAAB,
VVholesale and retail dealer in Flour, Feed,
Grain, Hay and Straw.
Proprietor of Cyclone Roller Mills. All kinds of grindirS doss
to order. Agent for the GEO. TILESTOX MILLING CO.'S
WORLD'S BEST OF ALL FLOUR in the world. Ask for it and be
convinced. Nice Fresh Meal and Feed always on hand.
1601 and 1603 Fourth Ave.
We have opened .
Our Rubber store, and are offering Mackintoshes
for ladies, Mackintoshes for gentlemen. Mack
intoshes for misses. Mackintoshes for Loys. cf
the very best qualities, and at prices witliinthe
reach of all. It will pay you to examine thea.
Also Rubber Clothing for men and boys.
THE BEST RUBBER BOOTS are none too good for you. Vein
them for sale. It may interest you'to call and exaxite
the many articles made of Rubber. Tou are wtleoae.
WILSOX, IIAIGI1T& CO.,
207 Brady Street, Davenport.
9. F. Boiimtui.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters.
House Heating and Sanitary Plumbing. Basement Rock Island Nat. Bu.k.
Saves Consumers Big Profits. A Reduction in
Expense Enables a Reduction in Price.
THUS it is that we are prepared to supply the mile sex with fashionable attire at "a less price
in nVni nf'L ?i hdin , 2? mQri's snoe sto with the clothing, means a reduction
Set Piw5 ?uer 54'000 annully7aIi thLs' a?d more t00-is deducted from the price of merchandise-besides,
the shoes are a benefactor to the clothing, and vice versa.
Our New Spring Stock
fevVi'S; Zli? dine? atHenti-?n 10 ourfnbby line of children's suits, combination suits and
Rnr S m's and boys' shoes, the
variety feaSd e' n0bby t0?S' the perfeCt fitters-the 2reat-5t
The Lowest Prices Ever Quoted lbr Reliable Merchandise.
Largest dealers in gentlemen's wearing apparel in Rock Island county. Half price for ladies' sho
Clothing and Shoe Store, 1729.Second avenue, 116 to 124 Eighteenth steeet.