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BARNEY M'QU AID'S END.
lie Died Last Nisrht in a Cell at the
IHwnip&tioa the aar or Hid lraih,
W hich Watt lattr MuddcB-The
Barney McQ jaid, who for yeara has
been a familiar figure about town, died
last night in a cell at the police station,
the results of dissipation and self ne
glect. In his younger days, Barney, as he was
commonly known, was a stationary en
gineer, and a good one, but his appetite
for liquor led him a downward course,
and for the past few years he has worked
as porter about different saloons in the
city. He was brought to the police sta
tion about 7 o'clock last night in a stupL
fled condition, supposed to have been
brought on by the excessive heat and his
indulgence in alcoholic spirits, lie be
came worse later and raved continually
and about 2 o'clock this morning went
into convulsions and died, lie was born
in Mount Holley, N. J., in 1854 and his
patents are James McQuaid and wife, re
siding at 2404 Fifth avenue.
Coroner Hawes empanneled a iury com
posed of J. S. Wivill. foreman, Lawrence
Kramer. S. S. Hull. Jotau Shelly, L. " V.
Eckhart and John Schmid, who. after
viewing the remains this morning heard
the evidence in the case, that of Officer
Kramer. L. V. Eckhart and S. S. Hull,
all of which was in relation to the man
lier of his death and his customary habits
-while alive. The jury returned a verdict
'"that he came to his death by excessive
heat and use of intoxicating stimulants.
Fresh fish at Browner'.
Read M. & K's. new ad.
Loosley's lamp stle, Saturday.
Nice fruit of all kinds at Browner's.
Boys' campaign caps 7 cents the Lon
don. Underwear less than half price the
Nice large plums for preserving at
Men's suits worth $3 to $12 for $5
Chi'.ds' suits worth $3 to f 4, for $1.75
Go to Browner's Columbian market for
roasts and cuts.
The Industrial Home association meets
on Tuesday evening.
50c buys a boy's base ball shoe at the
51. & K. rebate sale.
Girl Wanted Good wages. Apply at
2326 Fifth avenue.
65c bu?s a Dongola Oxford tie, at the
M. & K. rebate sale.
Good as a savings bank Looslej's
lamp sale, Saturdav.
O. B. Fisk of Cordova wa3 in the city
yesterday on business.
The London's slaughter sale good at
less than half price.
Only two more days of the rebate shoe
sale at the M . & K .
Mens tits worth f 1.75 to S2 50, for
87 cents the London.
Always on hand at Browner's, a full
line of home grown vegetables.
Summer coats and vests worth $3.50
to $4 for $ 1.75 the London.
Lost a 20 dollar gold piece. Return to
Arocs office and receive reward.
The boys say Parkers' laundry does the
finest work, and what the boys say goes.
The London's slaughter sale, nice new
goods at les3 than half price the Lon
don. Everybody is getting a bargain in
clothing at the bankrupt sale opposite the
M. & K.
Miss Carrie Bailey left yesterday on a
couple of weeks' visit to friends at Omaha,
We always sell goods less than any one
else. Goods at less than half price the
You are saving money by purchasing
footwear this week at the M. & K. re
Dr. A. H. McCandless and family left
today for Geneva Lite, Wisconsin, for a
10 days' stay.
S2 70 for a fine Dongola pi'.ent tip
" cloth top button, at M. & K. rebate sale.
Regular price $? 00.
The bankrupt sale opened this morn
ing opposite the M. & K with everybody
huvine clothing at half price.
Parkers' lauadrv is doing the business
this kind of weather, and don't you
fntrrutii. That's the place to tro. Hello,
Tonight occurs the regular fubscriplion
concert at nincher's Elm street summer
gard.-n by Oito'a band, of Davenport.
Don'i foreet the lawn sociable at Dr.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard:
Before you go to the social have your
shirts, collars and cuffs done up at Park
ers' laundry and you will be sure to have
a splecdid time.
The Twin City Columbian committee
holds an important meeting at the rooms
of the Moline Business Men's associa
tion tomorrow evening.
Judge Glenn adjourned the circuit
court till August S. The Eastman case
that was withdrawn, will be re-entered
at the September term.
They won't will! No sir, collars will
last you a week in this weather if you
have them done up at Parkers' laundry.
It's something new; try it.
E. C. Will iams & Co., are introducing
the French-Taylor system of dressmaking.
They are located at 1704 8econd avenue,
and will be here only a short time.
Delicious ice cream, excellent angel
food, loyely music and a splendid time at
the lawn sociable at Dr. Kinyon's on Fri
day evening. What mora could you ask?
Don't miss it.
George W. Gamble, circuit clerk is out
with a formal announcement of his can
didacy for renomination. Gamble need
not have eone ta so much trouble. It is
a ground hog case with him, already.
They have been kept busy selling
lamps at Loosley's tday. Tomorrow will
be given to delivering goods sold today;
no reduction on lamps tomorrow, but on
Saturday again, one fifth off. See card,
C. Fearnold, a passenger on the Silver
Crescent, who boare'ed the boat at Bur
lington Tuesday afternoon, fell or
jumped overboard a few miles below
Muscatine Tuesday evening, and nothing
has been seen of him since.
H. N. Hanna. supervisor of Hanna
township, Henry county, died at his
home near Cleveland, Tuesday, aged 52
years, his death being the result of heart
disease. Mr. Hanna was born, lived 52
years and died on one farm.
The next Twin-City attraction will be
the great Barnum & Bailey shows on the
Columbian tract August 20, the show
management having seen the wisdom of
locating their attraction on these accessi
There will be an ice cream sociab'e on
Dr. C. B. Kinyon's lawn, corner Third
avenue and Sixteenth street, Friday
evening, July 29, giyen by the Y. P. S .
C. E . of the Christian church. A fine
time is expected, and everybody is invited
Two men were overcome by the heat
in Rock Island yesterday. They were
Bruno Deautchcrbofer. a workman in the
the employ of Edwards & Walsh, and
Peter Detltfs, a driver of one of Huber's
brewery wagons. Both are improving to
day. The attention of the Humane society
has been called to the cruelty of team
sters hauling sand from the river front in
forcing teams to pull too heavily loaded
wagons up the steep bank. It is likely
that steps will be taken to require an ad
ditional horse to be put on if the offense
Mrs. Paul D. Berpan, a missionary
whose field of labor is Cti-ran-foo,
China, at present temporarily in this
country, will speak on mitsionary work
in China, at the Central Presbyterian
church this evening at 7:45. A cordial
invitation is extended to the public to at
tend and bear an interesting speaker tell
of her work in the Chinese empire. Mrs.
Bergan was a resident of Aledo before
she became a missianary.
Justice Hawes was engaged yesterday
afternoon in hearing a suit for damages
of Mrs. Ellen White vs. John Streckfus,
owner of te Verne Swain, on account of
the contents of a trunk being damaged
belonfiing to the lady mentioned by
reason of its falling into the river. The
case was full of conflicting evidence as to
the dates, etc. The case was taken
under advisement by the count until to
day when the justice ruled against the
defendant, allowing plaintiff $175 dam
ages. Notice of appeal was given.
Testimonial from' Hon. S. P. Hughes,
judce Supreme court. Little Rock. Ark:
'I haye used your Diamond spectacles
about a ''ear, and haye found them clear,
easy to the eyes and very aa'isfactery. I
prefer them to any I have used.
Simon P. Hughes.
A handsome complexion is one of the
greatest charms a woman can possess
Pozzoni s ComDlexion powder gives it.
Hood's Ssrsaparilla absolutely cures al
diseases caused by impure blood and it
builds up the whole system .
Characteristics of Hood's Sareaparilla:
The largest sale, the most merit, the great
est cures. Try it, and realize its benefits.
C. B. Kinyon's Friday evening,
out and get cooled off, and have
THE VERY LATEST.
The Heat Abating.
Chicago, July 28. Today opened
slightly cooler. Dark clouds began to
chase each other over the sky. There is
some indication that the backbone of the
tpell is broken. The thermometer is still
in the nineties and the rumble of the am
bulance often heard.
Holly Si-kings. Mich., July 28 A
collision on the Detroit. Grand Haven &
Milwaukee road destroyed 30 cars, among
them five containing sheep and hogs.
Kobejt Lowe Uead.
London. July 28. Viscount
brook, familiarly known as the Ht
Hon. Robert Lowe, met this morning.
Fatal Boiler Kxploslon.
Gaylokd, Mich., Julj 28 A boiler in
a lumber mill here txfkioded this morning.
Four men were killed outright. Several
others were seriously injured.
A Broker Suicides.
Nkw York. July 28. George K. Sis
tair, a well known broker who failed
some time ago, committed suicide this
morning at the Manhattan club.
A Big Explosion.
Pittsburg. Pa.. July 28. During a
thunderstorm, lightning itruck tank No.
17 of the Southwest Pennsylvania Pipe
Line Co. The tank contained 27,000
barrels of oil which burst and spread to
20 others in the vicinity. Soon all were
afire. The heat was intense and trains
could not approach within an eighth of a
mile, and passengers could not reach
their destination. The loss will be enor
mous. Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills.
Act on anew principle regulating the
liver, stomach and bowels through the
nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles'
Pills speedily cure billiousness, bad taste,
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Un
equalled for men, women, children.
Smallest, mildest, surest! 50 doses 25
cents. Samples free at llartz & Bahn
sen's. DRESS MAKING MADE SIMPLE
Positively for a few
The French Taylor System. V d. is now
on exhibition and )epons are Iwisfiven in ItM'
science of Dress Cutting and Fining. ,
Reduced Prices for a Few Days!
Call at once. This is the very best opportuhity
ever offered the public.
V. C. WILLIAMS Jfc CO.
1704 Second avenue, Wright & tirecnawalts new
Private instructions given at residences.
t miliimuit breakincr out on mv lee
below the knee, and wascured sound and well
with two and a half bottles of KSSI
n-hf-r Hood medicines baa tailed
to do me anv cood. ILL C. Ueaty.
Vortii:--. s. c
iwasxrauiiieii j nun vuxa.a&iv'u
trrnvntod case of Tetter, and three Dottles t-I
1 . r -LTIJVnJ B'tfh nn n
curea me ivtmniirnuy.
Mannvillc I T.
Onr book on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
free. Swift Specific Co., Atlanta. Ua.
Must be sold
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1615 and 1617 Second Avenua.
New styles of
D. ROY BOEBY'S,
1726 Second Ave.
Base Ball Headquarters.-
.-.L'i'.A. i 1; . tc.ftt . in.
Cigar Store and. Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brand of do"ret-c
arid imported cijrari. All biaml of tubnrco
The icore of all the ball gamua will be received
L. GLOCKHOFP, Prop.,
3 80S Second Ave
WILL BE CLOSED OUT AT
at once for Cash.
Here are bargains reduced
"Xour choice 19c, worth up
French Kob-8, worth up to
$9, your choice for $3.95-
A few dress patterns at 25c
Ten shades, 25c yard.
Lawn Tennis Flannels.
6c per yard.
1525 and 1527
POCKET KNIVES and SCISSORS took the highest premk
for quality. If you want a good knife try one.
One need not be told what a nice present an elegant Carrie
bet like tnose 1 nave to show will be. Also those
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Every woman that keeps bouse wants one. Wrought Ire
finish Fire Sets and Irons.
Acorn Stoves and Ranges
are the leaders made in Illinois for our soft coal and evry 01
guaranteed. These are all good things to bay at Christmas c
any other time. Come in and see how much I have to show jc
that is useful and novel in housekeeping goods.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock Tslani
Directly opposite the
All . Wool, worth r to
a yard., yovr cboic-i 4Sr '
Cotton Dress Goo j?, 7; ,
of Remnauts in
at away down pi-ir-
Half Wool Challies.
All go at 15c per yard.
The above prices In 1J
good for this wee;
ROCK ISLAND, ILL
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