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THE AKGUB, TUESDAY, JUNE 11. 1895.
' The Weather being very warm, we will throw out
some hot prices that will crowd our store from base
ment to roof with bargain ' seekers. We will state
the fact briefly. - We will tell you what the articles
are, and we challenge comparison of goods and
prices with any house in this vicinity.
22 inch superior quality White China Silks, with white handle and
paragon frames, special low price 79c.
Children's parasols 10c, 15c, 18c. 25c.
Cheney Brothers' celebrated China Silks, worth 75c and $1, we
will let go at 69c a yard. Come early.
French Challies, Imported to retail at 68c and 75c, we will let go at
35c a yard.
82 inch Dimities, beautiful line of figures and striped, worth 20e a
yard, go in this great June sale at 131 a yard.
Checked Nainsooks, white only, have been sold at 8c, 10c and 12c,
go in this great June sale at 6c a yard.
Dotted Swisses, all the rage, we have them from 15c a yard up.
Figured Muslins for sash curtains, we show a complete line from
Scrim for curtains, we start the price at 3c a yard and up.
10 yards L. L. muslin S'Jc. 10 yards bleached Lonsdale muslin 69c
Wash Goods ....
Some remarkable retailing. We will place on our counters for
this sale 500 yards best quality cotton challies which we will let go at
24c pur vard. No mail order tilled on these goods.
We secured from a large jobber many hundred yards of jacon
ettes just the goods for a nice cool shirt waist or summer dress
worth 20c a yard; we will name the price low 7jc a yard.
Percales another big drive for summer wear worth 15c to 17jc;
go in this great June sale at Oo a yard.
Lace striped organdies in all the leading tints, worth 42c a yard,
go in this great June sale at zoc a yarn.
Crockery Department . .
(Second Floor.) '
100 pieces Semi-Porcelain Dinner Set, highly decorated, which we
' will sell during tbis great sale at fS.'JS, wortb f 10.
Lot No. 2. 100 White Ironstone China Dinner Sets, with gold
handles. Tea and covered vegetable
set we place on sale at fo.'JS.
Lot No. 3. 100 pieces China
at this sale the price will be
Lamp Chimneys, No. 1 Sun, lc.
Lamp Chimneys, No. 2 Hinge, 2c.
Water Glasses, lc.
Milk crocks, inside and outsido glazed, 6c per gallon.
8-inch imitation cut glass Vases, value 25c, for this sale only 10c,
100 Japanese Tea Pots, worth
orations on these goods.
Japanese Tea Pots, 7c, Blue Decorations.
Young & Mc Combs
1725 Second Avenue,
vLaprobes, Whips, etc.
YOU CAN ALWAYS
GET THE LATEST STYLES AT
See the ball bearing and rubber tire wheels on vehicles
of all kinds.
We carry all grades in stock and personally warrtnt all
work sold either of our own or other makes.
219 to 124 East Fourth street
HOT AIR1 HOT WATER
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron work. Roofing,
Guttering, liritchens, Smokestacks and all
kinds of heavy sheet metal work. We are
headquarters for the "Buckeye" pumps,
pipe, galvanized and artesian well casing.
Call and inspect our stock and get our
prices. We can save you money and give
you the best there is.
Allen. Mvers & Company
i$2i Second Ave. Opposite the Harper House
1728 lucid t
Tureens, gold knob covers, this
Dinner Sets, always sold at $25,
one - third oil, which reduces it to
75c, sale price. 33c. High art dec
Of every description and for
all classes of buildings.
The Remains of Dr.' Truesdale
Consigned to Earth.
FU5ERAL 8ERVIGE THIS MOKHMG.
Tb. Lata Bom of tas Dead PhymlcUa
Crowded With Frtaade a axioms to Fay
TH Uit Bcspaets-Xassbars of the
Profeaaloa Preeeat From the Three
Funeral services for the late Dr.
Calvin Trnesdale were held at the
late home of the deceased, at thecorner
of Eighteenth street and Sixth ave
nue, at 10 o clock this morning, the
officiating clergymen being Kev. It.
It. Sweet, rector ol irmity church,
and Rev. W. S. Marquis, of the
Broadway. There were no musical
selections rendered, although Rev.
Sweet read the consoling anthem,
'Abide With Me." and Rev. Mar
quis that sweet hymn, "Lead Kindly
Light." l he ceremonies were ail in
keeping with the life that had
been closed, ana tne nnai tribute to
whose memory had attracted such a
large number of people, anxious to
pay the last respects and to look
for the last time upon the features
of one whose ministrations in times
of sickness and affliction were so well
known to many. The llaral offerings
were many and lovely in design, one
in particular bearing the all expres
sive word, 'Friend," being among
the more attractive.
Member of the Profession Present.
In addition to the pall bearers, all
of whom were associates of the de
ceased and whs were as given yester
day urs. u. u. Craig, a. C. I'lura-
m ir, C. C. Carter, Carl Bernhardt,
George E. Barlh and J. R. Hollow-
bush there was a large attendance
of members of the profession: Drs.
W. H. Ludewig. E. M. Sala. J. E.
Asay. J. P. Comegvs, of Rock Island;
Drs. J. W. H. Baker. L. French, A.
W. Bowman, W. D. Middleton, J. A.
DeArmond and E. S. Bowman, of
Davenport; Drs. L. D. Dunn, W. K.
Sloan, B. Gordon and J. C. Meyer, of
Moline. Representatives of the vari
ous departments of the municipal
government were also present.
Doctor, to Take Action. .
Another meeting of the medical
profession of Rock Island was held
last evening at the Kock Island Sani
tarium, and committees were desig
nated to prepare resolutions for adop
tion on the part of the physicians of
Rock Island and also to properly pre
sent the lact or Dr. iruesdalea death
to the Iowa and Illinois society and
Illinois Mate Medical association at
the next meetings of the respective
BEAT WITH THE BAT.
The Ottnmwas Again Fall Victim, to Rork
Islaad's Slag-fins; Propensities.
It was another slugging match, in
which the Ottumwas, like the small
boy and the street car, were thank
ful to hold onto the hind end of the
string, as from the way the game
started, it was very much apparent
that they were going to be cast down
into oblivion. Nine of the doctor's
boys shook their hoofs on the plate
in the first inning of yesterday's
fame, and but lor the dodging pro
clivities ef Orlup.he would have car
ried more than one mark in his staves
this morning, for the balls were dis
patched outward as fast as he could
put them in the neighborhood of the
rubber. Orlup pitched the first
three innings, in which Kock
Island did its most effective
work. This gentleman began to
shew his generosity again in the third
and his flirtation with disaster caused
him to be given transportation to go
farming in the left garden. Then bis
spikelcts. Burns, began handing em
up, but he wasn't crooked enough for
th. locals, even if they did have to
strain their peepers to see where he
was "at." Jameson for Rock Island
pitched a fair game, but he, too. was
touched ap pretty freely, and bnt
for the extraordinary slugging of
bis assistants,he might have come out
of the shuffle with Ottumwas on top
There was some line fielding bv both
clubs, and it was a good exhibition
throughout, with an unusual amount
of hard stick work just what
pleases the enthusiasts, who must be
supplied with ginger to keep the
fans waiting. Here s an interestin
ROCK lal.AKI. OTTCBWA
MI-OAE K H rO A K
0 Bur's If Ap i I 4 1
Keith cf.. 2
record, in S
l.yucb. sb 3
Sag-e c. .. I
1 Carrol. Jh. 1
1 Pedro, cf 3
t oriup.lf&p 9
1 Connor, c .
Ueies In., o
0 silr. lb..
0 Vsmler.es 0
V Welsh, rf.. 0
Jameson p 1
To-l ...1 17 IS 5 Total ...11 10 17 11 4
Rnektsland S 0 0 2 0 3 0 2 0-111
Utlnmwa ... S 0 S 1 0 1 0 1 0-11
Carried Ran Rork Island, ft; rKttimws,
Donhle PI.tp Dwver I.Tnctt f-crerd. Jsme.on'
Lrncta record. Carmll-Ueiee T.ik. Horn. Hum
Saiuaels. record, kei'h. Burrie. Three Btee
Hit Ol more. Two B-a Hit- Lynch Us.
oa Bill. JeTMftoa ft. Barrl. S. Struck Ont
linieson 3, Hums S. Umpire t yon. Time of
u tine two Don re.
Gossip of the Diamond.
Cedar Rapids plays at Twin-City
park today, tomorrow and lhursday
The boys are playing good ball and
the games should be more liberally
Samuels made a corking home run
yesterday, as did also record and
Keith, the king of the hickory.
Manager Sage is communicating
with Nat trass. Omaha s crack-a-iack
third baseman. The doctor is deter.
mined to have a winning team.
Whalen. who has bean doing loose
work on third lately, was on the
bench yesterday, Samuels holding
down the left sack, and well, at that.
BRICK NOT IN FAVOR.
Pablle Seatlmeat Oppeeed la A.Tthlag bat
toas far the Coart Mease.
Of what shall the new court house
be built, is a question that ia bow
agitating the public mind, and the
popular response is, anything bat
brick that la to say, let it De stone at
all events. The county would make
otbing In putting up a brick build,
ing where the difference is so small
as between it and stone, and even the
highest priced stone, at that. The
voice of the public-is with one accord
for stone, and 'notwithstanding the
supervisors1 extreme disregard in the
past for the public wishes, it is to
be hoped that on this point they will
think twice before acting. The best
is none too- good for Rock Island
oounty where the price is in any way
consistent with -the county's condi
On the question of brick, the price
is about $1 a thousand more on one
quality than - the goods have been
som lor in Aionne.
The building committee is still in
session, and it may be said it has
taken down the barriers and the pub.
lie may now tread within the sacred
precinets of its room without tres
passing on private rights. The tax
payers will doubtless appreciate the
disposition on the part of the com.
mittee to abandon the seclusiveness
of its past acts.
ihe committee expects to com
plete its schedule this afternoon for
submission to the board which is to
For So Much We Are Thsakfel.
So far as progress has been made
in ascertaining the local bidder, it is
gratifying to know that Rock Island
contractors are the lowest, and that
the work of construction is practi.
cally sure of being done by home
builders and home men.
A DAY WITH THE POLICE.
Offenders or Various' Kinds Broasjht Be
fore the Criminal Coart.
John Costello, the Fifth avenue
saloon keeper, appeared before Mag
istrate Schroeder yesterday afternoon
on a charge of assault and battery,
preferred by Julius DeKemp, who
claimed to liave been handled rough
ly by the refreshment dicpeoser after
all his greenbacks had disappeared
Saturday night. De Kemp's evidence
was not of sulucient weight to make
a case, and the proceedings were dis
missed. DeKemp then swore out a
warrant against Costello for keeping
open after midnight.
John Mnitn, arrested lor creating
a disturbance Saturday night while
celebrating with his Belgian brethren
at a saloon on 1 wenty-secoud street.
was assessed fa and costs bv Mae is.
trate fechroedcr this morning.
Magietrato Schroeder gave Una
Ulson, a wandering individual, a lew
hours to make himself hard to find
this morning. Olson was arrested
Sunday morning by Officer Bender
for getting too familiar with refriger
ator on twentieth street.
Minnie Uilliner, the would-be
smooth character, who tried to work
the lost pocketbook racket on Res-
tauranteur Thompson some time ago.
was picked up in an alley too well
organized in navigate by Deputy
Long last night. rhe was taxed fo
and costs this morning, but couldn't
Neddy Kane -crossed his knees,
gave the spinach on his chin a jerk,
looked at Magistrate Schroeder with
an honest expression, and promised
faithfully to let firewater alone here,
after, this morning, and was let go
on the strength of his agreement.
Neddy bad one of his usuals on last
night and was arrested for raising
cain about his brother-in-law's home.
Mary Woods asked for a change of
venue to Justice Weld from Magi,
trate Schroeder this morning, and
was granted her request.
James McCann was arrested last
evening on a charge of embezzlement
preferred by O. h. Lambert, of the
Twin-City Ice company, by which he
is employed as deliverer and collec
tor.' The trial will be held the 17th.
Michael Knorr, arrested on a
peace warrant, gave bonds yesterday
afternoon for his appearance for trial
Pastor and I'arlshoaer Wed.
Last evening at 8 o'clock at the
residence of Rev. G. J. Ltickey, 1135
Fourth avenue, was celebrated the
marriage of Rev. J. S. Cum mi rig. D.
D., pastor of the First M. E. church,
Moline, and Miss Sara K. Doxsee.also
of that city. The bride waa for
many years a teacher in the public
schools and superintendent of the
Sunday school of the groom's church,
in which she was a prominent mem
ber. The wedding was a quiet one,
the happy couple departing at 10
o'clock on the steamer Pittsburg for
St. Paul on a' bridal tour.
Injured at the Caaal.
While working in the ditch being
constructed for piling near the Hen
nepin canal at Milan this morning,
James Soldenberger, James Craut
and Joseph Fitzpatrick were injured
by the caving in of a bank. The
first named was painfully injured,
but the others not so seriously.
' Hew She Did It.
Triwet Miss Flop claims to have
made a thousand refusals of marriage.
Dicer That's easily explained. When
youDg Callow asked her to marry him,
alie replied, "No; a thousand timui no. "
Ia Yea Travel?
If to, never start on a journey
without a bottle of Foley's Colic and
Diarrhcra Cure, a sure preventive of
bowel complaints occasioned by
change of water or climate. 25c
M. F. Bahnsen'a drug store.
THE PEORIA ANNUAL.
Klectioa of Ofltoer. of the Road-Lease at
the P. E.
The annnal meeting of the stock
holders of the R. I. 4 P. railway waa
held this- morning at the company 'a
offices in the Peoria building, and
directors elected as follows: David
Dowa. A. Kimball, H. H. Porter.
Phil Mitchell, who with the hold.ver
directors, K. R. Cable, U..W. Cable
and H. B. Sudlow. comprise the
board. The directors then met and
elected officers as follows:
President R. R. Cable.
Vice President A. Kimball. '
Secretary and Treasurer H. B.
Kxecntive Committee R. R. Ca-
Cable, A. Kimball, H. B. Sudlow.
A semi-annnal dividend of 3) per
cent payable July 1, was declared and
the affairs of the company reported
in a prosperous condition.-
The Freesapttoa m Eeaatara.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Preemption & Eastern
railway was then held and directors
elected: K. II. Hudson, Robert Lee,
H. P. Greenouga. The directors
thereupon elected officers aa follows:
rresident K. 11. Hudson.
Vice President Robert Lee.
Secretary and Treasurer H. P.
Ihe lease or the latter road to the
Peoria for the extended period of
999 years was compleed and approved
ed of, and hereafter the new branch
will be operated as a part of the R.
I. & P. system.
Scholars at the Tew sr.
The students and teachers, num.
bering about eighty, of the High
school, banqueted and danced at the
Watch Tower last evening, which
was spent most pleasantly. There
was toast making by Joseph M. Ro
sen lie lu, on behalf of the class of
'96 and by Robbcrt Boggess, for the
95 class, and Mrs. Eastman, for the
teachers' corps, spoke "To the Class
of '95," and Ben Payne presented the
juniors with a dark lantern with in
structions to use it in their search
for knowledge the coming year. The
pavilion was tastily arrayed with
decorations representative of the
class colors, yellow and black.
Schillinger's orchestra discoursed
music for the dancers, who contin
ued the festivities until an appropri
ate hour. for their departure arrived.
River Rlpleta. -
The Sidney passed up.
The Pittsburg went north.
The Bart E. Linehan brought down
7 strings of lumber.
The stage of the water at the Rock
Island bridge at neon was 3:20; the
The WestRambo. Prescott, E. Rnt-
lcdge. Lone Star, Pilot and Verne
Swain went up and the latter came
The Abncr Gile, Everett, Wost
Rambo, E. Rutledge, Pilot and Robert
Dodds came down with 8 strings of
Death of Miss Amelia Scbmld.
Miss Amelia L. Schmid, daughter
or Mrs. Caroline iwhmid. of 821 Twcn
tieth street, expired this morning at
11 o'clock, alter a protracted suffer
ing with a complication of ailments,
under which she bad gradually weak'
ened until relieved by death. The
deceased was aged 18 years, 11
months and 3 days. The funeral ar
rangements are not yet completed.
Is Reck Islaad ta Bare a New Enterprise.
According to a Springfield dis
patch, articles of incorporation have
been isuctl for the Kock Island shoe
company with capital stock of $'200,
000, the incorporators being X. II.
llancbett and Ambrose Jt. VVarsley
The pleasant effect and perfect
safetv with which ladies may use the
California liquid laxative, Syrup of
rigs, under all conditions, makes it
their favorate remedy. To get the
true and genuine article, look for
the name ol the California tig Svrup
jo., printed near tne bottom of the
Light local showers and very little
change in temperature today and
Wednesday. Today's - temperature.
Bb. l-. j. walz, Observer.
IN paint the best is the
cheapest. Don't be mibled by
trying yvhat is said to be "just as
good," but when you paint insist
upon having a genuine brand of
It costs no more per gallon than
cheap paints, and lasts many times
Look out for the brands of White
Lead offered you ; any of the foU
lowing are sure :
"Southern," "Bed Seal,"
" Shipman," " Fahnestock."
For Colors. National Lead Co.'s
Pare White Iad Tinting Colors.
TSt? co lorn sre sold m eneHHind rsne. esrh
ran heme; uflwient to lint is pounds ol strictly
Pare White Lad the desired Miadc ; they sre in
no senc readyHnised paints, but a combination1
of perfectly pure colors ia the bandirtt fore: to
tint Strictly Pare White Lead. -v
A cood aiany thousand dollars hsre been saved
property-owners by bavins; our book on painting
and color-card. Send as s postal card sad get
NATIONAL LEAD CO.
Slate an! Fifteenth Streets, Chicago. '
Is one of the great differences in ready-made clothing.
There is as much difference between ready-made clothing
makers as there is between merchant tailors. Some
concerns make goods up so poorly that the goods is
really worth more before it is cut up than after being
made.' Our clothing is made by reputable concerns, all
op it. Our finer grades are made np better than the
cheaper ones in some respects, but the cheaper-grades
are made up with but one end In view sekvicb.
Tou pay ns for clothes represents so much tili i. If
yon boy a f 4 suit of as for yourself, it has got to giro
you good service. If it don't we'll give you a, new suit
to make it oood. If yon add a dollar to the four dollars
and bny a 5 suit you get a dollar's worth mere value.
If yon double your "V" and bny a $10 suit .you'll get a
suit that's worth exactly twice as much as the $a one,
and you'll save $5 by buying it of us. We're going to
sell suits this week'and at the same time show you how
to make every dollar
J 1804 Second Avenue.
To the People of
Rock Island and Vicinity
Spring has come, and with it the largest stock
of .WALL PAPER has arrived at the ADAMS
WALL PAPER CO. that they have ever had.
We can safely say that never before in Rock
Island has such a variety of fine goods been
shown. These goods are now open to your in
spection, and you are invited to see them.
Adams Wall Paper Company,
310, 312 and 314 Twentieth street.
T F. BURKE,
Steam and Gas Fitters.
t:i ?:zi Co.
Hot Water Heating
llt-lll E. 17th St.
Rock Islaad, HL Tel. No. 1288
als Afasta for Ike raxaua.
Hot Water Heating,
Steam and Gas Fitting,
Copper, Tin and
Sheet Iron Work.
ST. anil SECOND AYE
House, Rock Island.
Soc and Trees