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THE ABO US MONDAY, JUNE 24, 1895.
School election tomorrow.
Go to Eckhart's for fishing tackle.
Try a sack of Shields' best floor
Read Young & McCombs' ad. on
Hammocks and croqnet sets at
Twenty-one pound of sugar for $1
Read Mclntyre-Reck Co's. ad. for
A full line of nice fresh vegetables
at Hess Bros'.
Mrs. (ieorge Nulton, of Peoria, is
visiting in the city.
Red and black raspberries and fine
plums at Hess Bros1.
Special ribbon sale read Young &
McCombs1 6-day sale.
Window screens 24 cents and up
at Young & McCombs.
Let the milinery go half price
this week at McCab'e Bros.
One-quart Mason fruit jars 4
cents at Young & McCombs1.
Fourteen-quart cream cans 35
cents at Young & McCombs1.
Tremenduous June clearing sale
bargains at Mclntyre-Reck Co's.
William Darling and bride have
returned from their wedding trip.
John Sutherland, of Port Byron,
was among today's upper end visi
tors. J. E. Montrose arrived from Chi
cago last evening for a few days1
Black leghorn hats 84 cents let
'em go at half price, 17 cents, at Mc
Cabe's. Mrs. C. C. Mclntyre, of Oskaloosa,
is visiting with her sister, Mrs. A. D.
Mis Olga Jim go is home for the
summer vacation from school at
Good 18 cent 9-4 sheeting only 12
cents a yard. at Mclntyre-Keck Co1.
The first of the scries of merchants1
concerts will be given in Spencer
square tomorrow evening.
AVbito leghorn flats, the 38 cent
kind let 'em go at half price, 19
cents, this week at McCabe Bros1.
Beautiful printed organdies, lawns,
dimities, etc., worth up to 20 cents,
only 12 cents at Mclntyt e-Rcck
The Fourth of July picnic to be
given by the Columbia club, will be
held at Huber's instead of Ilincher's
Ex-Mayor T. J. Medill. Jr., is in
, his nflico today, after a week's illness
with rheumatism at his parents1
home in Milan.
Mrs. YV. II. Whisler and daugh
ter. Miss Josie, have gone up the
river as far as Stillwater on Capt.
An excursion under the auspices of
Muxoatine Presbyterians will be
brought to the city Wednesday by
the W. J. Young.
Miss Florence Dart arrived home
Saturday evening to spend tht sum
mer months from her studies at
Dana Hall, Wclsley, Mass.
Not one bargain ip 10 can he ad
vertised at Mclntyre-Rcck Co's.
clearing sale. Expect a good deal
when you come; you will not be dis
appointed. The Christian Endeavor society of
the Christian church will give an en
tertainment and social at the church
Friday evening, to which friends are
Michael McCarthy' is suffering
from a fractured hip as a result of a
tall from a ladder on which he was
standing while picking cherries at
his home on the blurt the other day.
Granite iron oat meal cookers 77
cents at McCabe's. Sauce pans 10
cents, com-nandle trying pans sj
cents, wash basins 111 cents. Every
thing iu granite ware good and cheap.
Some fifty tri-citv saloonkeepers
went to Mcndota this morning to
inspect the brewing company's plant
there. . s. reus, local manager lor
the Mendota people, having provided
a special train over the m , n. s v
Davenport is to have a grand bicy-
le parade tonight, in which Kock
Island evensts are invited to partici
pate. It will be given under the
direction of the Y. M. C. A. of that
city, and tomorrow night a reception
and feast will be tendered those who
An interesting game of ball was
played at Onerman s island Tester
dav between the Centrals and Daven
port Olympics, the former coming
out victorious Dy a score oi 11 to o
The batteries wor: Centrals, Rosen
field and Thompson; Olympics. Von
Dochren and uimbei.
Highest Honors World Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
irono Ammonia, Alum or any outer aauiicnm.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
BURGLARS AT THE TOWER
A Very Eiclttae; liptrki cm kMrttr
They had an exciting experience
with burglars at the Tower Saturday
night or early Sunday morning,
rather. The intruders entered
Black Hawk Inn through a window,
their ' object being apparently to
wreck the cash register, which is in
the restaurant room, but in making
their investigations they tipped over
a little call bell which fell to the floor
and this gave the alarm to those in
charge who were sleeping on the up
per floor. S. P. Miller, one of the
attendants, was the first to respond,
and emerging from his bed. confront
ed the marauders, who at once opened
fire on him. Miller was soon pre
pared for trouble and returned the
compliment. Miller was immedi
ately joined by Henry Krell, who,
with his family, is spending
the summer in the living apart
ment of the Inn, and he brought to
bear a battery on the attacking force.
which demonstrated that Krell &
Math are prepared to hold the his
toric fort in the face of all invasions.
There was a lively exchange of arms
for an instant, during which the
burglars beat a retreat under fire.
Made Their Escape.
The men kept on firing as they re
tired, and those in charge were
equally vigorous. Several lights of
glass were broken or pierced in the
encounter, but no one was hurt, al
though the burglars escaped. The
incident served to demonstrate that
the Tower custodians are prepared
to receive all callers, no matter what
Killed the Hone.
A horse belonging to Frank
Tindall. of Rural, and driven by his
hired man, had one of its logs so se
verely fractured yesterday afternoon
in attempting to rnn awav on Sev
enth avenue and Twcntv-sixth street
that Chief Etzel was called upon to
dispatch the horse to eternity. The
man was driving along the avenue
when the horse became frightened at
a car, and gave a lunge, throwing
the occupant out into the street.
The driver held onto the reins and
was dragged a considerable distance
without injury, when the horse slip
ped on a car rail and fell, breaking
the bone at the ankle, where the
shattered portion protruded through
the hide. In order to end the suf
ferings of the horse, for which noth
ing could be done. Chief Etzel was
ordered to kill it.
Folic Court Culllog-a.
The charge of inciting riot against
Aid. W. C. Maucker and others has
been changed to disturbing the peace.
and the case still continues.
Henry Harrington, the dissipated
Genescoan, who made a booze-con
suming record for himself during
his stay here a year or so ago, struck
town again this morning, loaded to
the neck as usual. He was col
lared while attempting to sail by the
police station smoothly. Officer
Mulqueen extended him an invita
tion to partake ot bis hospitality and
repose in the little iron cage.
One dollar and costs was the
amount assessed against Thomas
Fuller this morning for disorderly
conduct, lie imbibed without anv
regard to his tank capacity, and the
result was a jag significant of his
name. While thus indisposed he
wandered along the river bank and
took a little excursion in one of Dick
Colemere's skiffs, his vision being so
affected he couldn t distinguish the
craft from his own boat. The police
were notibed and roller gathered in.
The Pittsburg passed op.
The Cyclone brought down 16
strings of logs.
The Bart E. Linehan, Pilot, J. W.
Van Sant and Irene D. each came down
with eight strings of logs.
The stage of the water at the Rock
Island bridge at noon was 4:35, and
rising; tho temperature 86.
The Lone Star and Verne Swain
came down and the F. Wcyerhanser,
Irene v., Lone Mar, . Cyclone and
V erne swain went north.
. Mnllae'a Population.
II.. N. Stone, the directory pub
lisher, has compiled the Muline por
tion 01 the forthcoming 1 wm-city
edition, and ho finds 8,157 names
enlisted in Moline, Stewartville, East
Moline, etc.. which on the usual
basis of computing populations, indi
cates that the city of factories baa a
total population of 18,353, a hand
some increase over that shown by
the last directory.
Mr. Stone has not Rock Island
complete yet, owing to changes in
residence, but it will figure some,
thing over 21,000, he thinks.
Lady or gent of clever appearance.
To the right party I will pay salary
or divide profits. Must have a few
hundred dollars. For full particu
lars address in own band writing,
stating where an interview can be
had A. A. Beck, care of general de
livery, kock island.
Kard Ceal Market. .
I will sell bard coal, all sizes, by
the car load, at the low price of 95 75
per ton, shippers1 weights, on track
at Bock island. IS. U. Iraz&r.
Peaay Wise aad Peaad Feeliali
Are they who have not Foley's Colic
and Diarrhoea Cure as a safeguard in
the family. M. F. Bahnscu's drug
, Children Cry for
Pitcher's Castoria. -
Ilo smrgas a Keealvee u
Maada a Ball lata Hla Fast, ,
Charles Hansen, who rnna the sa
loon just within the confines of Rock
island, met with a painim accident
last evening. A man named Henry
Johnson had called and asked for a
drink, and was refused by Hanson
on the ground that he had had
enough, and that he had an unset
tled account there already. ' The. re
fusal angered Johnson, who, going
across the street secured a rock and
was threatening to put it through
the window, when Mr. Hanson went
behind the bar and brought forth a
32-calibre revolver and was going to
ward the door with it, when it was
accidentally discharged, the bullet
entering his foot.
Johnson hearing the revolver's re
port, escaped. Hanson's family re
sponded, and Dr. Kerns was sum.
moaed and found an ugly wonnd
hich he dressed. - No serious con
sequences are anticipated.
' Taa Weather.
Generally fair, except that local
thunder showers are probable to
night; slightly cooler Tuesday even
ing. Todav's temperature, 92.
r . i. niu, uuicrver.
A Hale ud Happy Old Agm '
May be insured to ladies bv using
Zoa-Phora at the critical period of
change 01 me.
Collars and Cuffs that are water
proof. Never wilt and not effected by
moisture. Clean, neat and durable.
When soiled aimply wipe off with a
wet cloth. The genuine are made by
covering a linen collar or cuff on both
aides with "celluloid" and as they are
the only waterproof goods made with
such an interlining, it follows that
they are the only collars and cuffs that
will stand the wear and give satisfac
tion. Every piece is stamped as follows:
If anything else is offered you it is an
imitation. Refuse any but the genu
ine, and if your dealer docs cot have
what you want send direct to us, en
closing amount and htating 6izc and
whether a stand-up or - turucd-down
collar is wanted. Collars 25c each.
Cuffs 50c pair.
' The Celluloid Company,
427-429 Broadway, Hew York.
R SALK-A FAMILY MARE. INQUIRE
ai 411U Finn avenue.
ANTKD-A GIRL FOR GKXKRAL HOTCX-
work at ltras second avenue-
R RENT ONB FTRMSIIKD ROOM, CRN-
traiiy located. pp y 1 Dirteemn street.
UOR RKNT-TWO NICR FRONT ROOM 9 ON
r Iblrtl II or in the Star block. Apply to Allen,
avers a vo.
WANTED A SET OF LIGHT DOUBLE BAR
dm in (food condition and a .od eeddle.
Ann Boom, ai noes ieiana uiividx rare.
WANTED A YOUNG MAN SPEAKING UER-
II msn or Swde to work abont a More: mast
come recommended. J. W. Jones, 162 Second
WANTED AT THE WATCH TOWER, TWO
experienced dlnine room ptris an4 one deh
wither. Amlv to Khll k. Main's coniectianarv
1 urate j, a m.
IOM MISSION AND AUCTION ALL RINDS
of gntyit bonuht and sold, dierosed of either
at r. vate salo cr at auction. Harris Irvm.
tail eecona sveooe.
WANTED BUSINESS MAN WITH 1 1.090, TO
bay half interest in paying manufacturing
bnslnras. Invcstiirst.. acdress. TLomaa fatae.
si nrauy ttreei. Davenport. Iowa. . -
tVANTCD A PARTNER IN AN OLD SB
TT tatli-hed easiness in Ruck I-Isnd with
S1.000 In esa cr security. Will gasraaiee $S 0OU
per year ior investment. Address A., mis olee.
1 M N OR LADY TO MANAGE DISTBIBU-
A tine asnp:es. roan, specialties. Books: do
eorrepon'lua. Mend the Silvan romnaay, tt
Woodward. Detroit. Mich.. 10 cents for act of
samples, receive tnrr to yon.
COR SALE AT A SACRIFICE 81 OCK IN
s one or me erst usine emcerns in avee
nort. we I luca'ed. owner aeeds noncr. Icon! m
of J. M. Delmirk. ruom 4, bitto block, Th.rd aad
Dnaoy suceot vavenpon, loea.
FOR PALE AT ONE-THIRD ITS VALUE,
tbe Ue-t h rt orrtir res taurine ant die
room In the tkree cities. V ell fernlehed and
eqetpfied. fnqnire cf t. M. Helmick, Mooes.
vino Bioca, intra ana nraay streets, oaven-
Insurance and Loans
Room 4, Mitchell fc Lynde b'ng. 1
At the Gas
svr. & D;
A Greater Variety
than ever. Don't de
lay. Call and make
your selection at
1615-1617 Second Aremie.
They sat side by aide in
the shade of the even- . ,
ing. He was pouring
into her ear the tale of
love, but she was unin
terested, she cared noth
ing for his affections, as
. her thoughts were of
I Lovely Candies
KEPI and SOLD at
Krell & Math's
Palace of Sweets.
1716-1718 Second ave.
Try our ' 35-cent cold
lunch at the Tower.
JUNE CLEARING SALE AT
Mclnty re-Reck rw Goods co.
1709 and 171 1 Second Avenue, Rock Island, 111.
Every department a
Deintv and nrefv lb In v. with a h..in twl.l
t.OM yards of Igured chillies vslne , at 3Hc.
&i VSr-da Af Sna anuni MlinM nlu IKa Arwt
aS.a jast TSC
i.uuyaraen e black lawns, handsome colored
tgurvs. value 15c, at ',-
a yarns coiorea cicpes. vmjne 15c, at 7HC
ss.00 yards Sue Drinud orraadias. l-.wn. lace
stripes, satin stripe, ewiss eCiC-s. dimity eoroa,
etc, value ap to xue. tumble to 4c.
TU) ysrjs Anderson 8cotca a -pbyrs. ahoer and
beantlf ul, value SSe, at ITe.
w yaiua uuiiea swire, vame sm, at ishc
cOuyarda xrphyr ginghams, this season's pit
terns, value Uc. at 8fto.
With leundrlei colUr and erffi, latest styles,
only 6vc vain SI &. Silently damaged here and
them, wbtca the laundry will or tea correct.
Shirtw.tsts mnicl bsve been batl to get at
fl.Sft and SI JM. we will sail at only c
The way we at 11
41-inch brown pillow easing Cs, vs'ue tic.
auu yards 4 brown sheeiua;. value 18c at 1144.C
Lonsdale Sn'sbed muslin, valns Sc. at ttc.
LOW yards an i b.-own muslin, value Be, la yards
1.000 vards smol brewa mnalln. valse Sc. 10
yard f tc.
Z.UM yarns nest spring style prints, value sc,
10 yards fur 39c
A rplendid 134c thiiting fort He.
Good hetvy fcfc, valae 16c, at c
' Excellent aemet flinnel, value 7c, at 4c.
During this week we will present to any lady purchasing 50 cents worth or more of
merchandise at one time a handsome and useful souvenir of the
JUNE CLEARING SALE.
Tventy-First Street Addition
Fine Residence Lots in this
additioa For Sale on
This addition ia located bo
- tween Twentieth and Twenty-second
streets and Tenth
and Twelfth avenues, and
nearly every lot in it has
upon it a fine walnut, elm,
hackberry, or other large
tree, find is already provid
ed with abundant shade.
These lots are in the very
best part of the city, and
the most desirable for resi
dence purpose of any lota in
the city. Apply to
M. M. STURGEON,
fioom 21 Mitchell & Lyndt BlocV
And Floor Paints,
1(10 Third avenue-
Notice ta Stockholders.
To the stockholders of Uie Borne Bnl'dlngand
Loan Association, of Rock Island. Notice ia bere
by given that tbe annual meeting of ihe stock
holuers of - aid a-oc ation will be held en Thure
day, June S7. at 7: 10 p. m . at the office of aal i as
sociation tn the City of Rock Island.
R. A. Doaauwox, Secretary.
SUMMER SPECIALTIES AT
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
teeming hive of bargains,
Tremendous Bargains in
aOfteWsealadtee fall regnlar made hose, mace
with pla stripes, and solid slacks, valae t5c and
I5e. at two pair for sic
White hose will be the rage agaia this snwmer.
We offer dotes Sue quality white bote for
ladles, valae Sue, atlSc.
SO doxea ladles' silk anish white nose, valae
SC at two pair for SOc.
Lsd ea' fast black hose, white feet, va'awtfe.
Ladies fast black hose, value Be, at six pair
80 duaea child's fast black ribbed hose, value
Mleses ribbed fast black hose, white foot, at
Genu' good seamless sacks, value 10c per pair
at two par for 10c
Gents' black and taa hoar, value lJc, at three
pair foi SSc
Baa not moved in Juno aa It shoald and our
price s bears get In their destructive work for the
June clearing sale.
I adiee' good fell also ribbed vests, valae 8c,
sodoseavetta of Egyptian cotton at only 10c,
real vaiae 15c and tSc
40 dozen veats of maeo yarn, value Ke and
SHi at lie "
SO doaen gents' India ganse shirt l and drawers,
well made, at rely Itc
Gent' Hue mixed shirts aad drawers, 95c qual
ity, at 19e
Gent imported French balbtiggaa khU and
drawers, value (8c, et49j.
Will during the month of June make dresses at
reduced prices. Perfect fit and neat finish guar
For the Next 30 Days,
S to Pupils Taking Full Course.
In Mme. Kellogg's System of Dress Cutting and
Making. Former pupils are cordially invited to
visit the school and profit by instructions in
measurements and helpful talk upon scientific
and artistic dressmaking every Thursday at
2 p. m.
Ryan Block, Second Floor, Davenport
m 14M ii
of which we cannot
Midsummer Sale of House
Oscars this Week. Clearinc sals prices rale. 3e
red ink leurea tell the tale.
Good table limn, li c. .
Good t.bls linen, Ke.
Good table taaen, SS'ic
Kief ant cream and fall bleached table diataaaT,
value up to 68c a yard, at 48c.
Very special value of table damask, valae ap ta
tec a yard, at SSc
Hal! drx.-a extra valuer, atnally $1 a yard,
Turkey red table linen, excellent valae, 1140.
Bs ter quality and wider, 17HC
Two special qaalltiea at !,c acd 9TXC for tkh
1 000 yards of twilled cash, value lc. at te.
. Good all linen crash, value 7 Ke, at 40. .
Reck, damask, Terhl-h and ether crashes, wa
asl valnes Sj, Sc, lie, tHe and Uc, now We.
sc and Sc. . .
Nspklnsetereductloerf from SO tn ajV pr
percent. 1 he market down prices teUtsMesory.
Three specials In Rurk, Oatmeal, Tama-k,
Tu kmh end Glass towe.e at 10c 12Hc aad lSc.
usual values 17c, tsc and SOc At the I'-anaf
sale prices It will pay yos to lay la supply fee
1809 Second Avenue.