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THE AUGrUS, MONDAY, JUNE 12, 1893.
Strawberries at Hess Bros.'
Snrinir chickens at Hess Bros.'
Home grow n peas at Hess Bros.'
soda at Krell
Dr. C.'c Carter has returned from
the World's fair.
For rent Niee furnished rooms,
1 1X2 Third avenue. '
Adair Pleasant ami party are home
from the World's fair.
Cream served with every glass of
soda at Krell & Math's.
Misses trimmed sailor hats. Scents
apiece at McCabe Bros'.
Phosphate that do you good to
drink at Krell & Math's.
P. J. Colligan. of Savanna, spent
Sunday with his folks here.
S. J. Allen, of Port Byron, was in
the eitv Saturday on business.
Wanted A girl for general house
work. Apply loi's rirst avenue.
Joseph Miller, is very ill. and
fears are entertained for his recovery.
llcniv Krell is confined to his
home with an aecute attack of rheu
matism. W. II. Bronsoji, of Krie, Pa., was
in the city yesterday calling on rela
Found Health by using Monroe's
Tonic foumfcat the Harper house
Mrs. W. T. Call left today for Chi
cago, where he will spend a week at
the World's fair.
A gloria umbrella free with every
ladies' suit, cloak or oapc, this week
at McCabe Bros'.
Not ice t he specials ottered in Mc
Cabe Bros, gentlemen's furnishing
department this week. .
Specials, one hour each evening
this week, in McCabe Bros', gentle
men's furnishing goods department.
The Misses Emma Lamont and
Mary Dixon left this morning for
Chicago on a visit to the World's
We serve pure fruit juice ami crys
tal spring water in our soda. Hi
member this and try Krell & Math's
You want to notice the special of
fering of a tine stylish gloria um
brella free this week, at McCabe
Are von satisfied with votir health?
If feeling run down try Monroe's
Tonic, it will cure you. Marshall A:
If vou .-an buv good half hose for
j cents a pair, why pay .r and 10
cents. Notice McCabe Bros", adver
tisement. Sideboards in all the leading de
signs are now to be seen at the lead
ing furniture dealers. Clemann &
A tlowcr sale, a hat sale, a ribbon
sale, a millinery sale, at McCabe
Bros, this week." which will startle
People who have had misgivings a
to an unusually delayed summer
ought to have .their minds pretty well
For rent A good oilice in Buford
block on Seventeenth street. For
terms apply at resilience. loJ
tiss Soidiia Schmalc and Marv
Carnaghan have ironetu Chicago on
a two weeks' visit to see the sights
at the World'- Fair.
Mike sircteh. the el!-kiiov. ii
printer, ha- bn lying very ill in
Peoria. Hi- father left for there Sat
urdav to biiiiL' him home.
A loiiiiL." money sale in gentlemen's
furnishing goods I McCabe Bros", to
Vdverti-e the enlargement and
changes in the department.
One faet i- worth a thousand theo
ries. It's a fact that Monroe's Tonic
cures weakness, nervousness.. t.e.
Trv it. Mar-hall & Fisher's.
For carpets vou will not lind a bettor
and larger selection in the northwest
than the wideawake furniture dealers
are now showing. io to Cleman &
Aid. Llenry Kimier and wife re
turned on Saturday evening from
Chicago, where t.iicy have been
spending r.rme time visiting the
Wur id's fair.
Prof. Comstoik's performances at
the Tower yesterday were nothing
strikingly extraordinary, but the con
cert given by Bleuer's baud was
SutclitTe says he never has and net
r mill bo undersold on wall paper,
and remember this is not on cheap
grades, but on goods thai ue a
world wide reputation.
. A. Griffin, of Griffin. 111., repre
senting the Griflin Tile works, is iu
the city today with a handsome new
design of walk ornamentation which
is to be introduced here.
Clemann & Salznxiun are supyly-
in" all comfortable homes with a
comfortable lmd room suite at prices
which place tuem wunin me reacu
of all. While the weather is just
pleasantly warm they are making it
decidedly hot for competitors.
Kav Young, son of M.J. Yottng,
who has been so desperately ill with
typhoid fever, is now recovering un
der the care of Dr. Carter. The boy
was for four w eeks as low as he could
be and live.
Rudolph Schwecke returned yes
terday from a month's sojourn at
Colorado Springs. He reports a de
lightful and interesting trip and
brought home quite a collection of
Owing to recklessness on the part
of the motorman. motor car 45 left
the track on Seventh avenue Saturday
night and ran into a fence. The life
guards were damaged somewhat, but
otherwise nothing serious resulted.
Con Dovle had a walkaway in his
go wiili Abe Williams, the colored
pugilist of Bloomington. at Chicago
on Saturday night. The light only
lasted two and one-half minutes,
Dovle putting his man out without
any trouble whatever.
Manager Montrose, of Harper's
theatre, has an apportunity to book
the actor, Richard Mansiield, for an
engagement- for next March. The
famous actor demands such a heavy
guarantee, however, that in view of
the patronage of the theatre Mr.
Montrose is almost afraid to accept
The season's trade is but one-half
over, yet SutclitTe has already dis
posed of more goods than at any time
in the history of his business. You
will still find in his stock some of the
handsomost patterns that can be
found in the city at prices that do
their own talking. Call and con
vince yourself at SutclitTe's.
John Hose, who was at work, lay
ing a sidewalk out on Seventeenth
street, was overcome by the heat on
his wav home at noon today, and fell
on the corner of Seventh avenue and
Eighteenth street. Dr. Sala re
sponded to a call and the man was
conveyed to his home. -'Ill Fourth
avenue, in the ambulance. He is
getting along all right this after
noon. Mr. and Mrs. John Spickler. of
Tavlor Ridge, celebrated their gol
den wedding Thursday, June 1.
There were about o guests preset,
besides the children and grandchil
dren. They were presented with
some very nice tokens, among which
were, a gold-headed cane, silvcrgold
lincd cup. breast pin. three gold
spoons, sj in gold, gold spectacles,
set of gold band dishes, and other
articles too numberous to mention.
A bounteous feast was spread, to
which all did justice.
HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI.
The Twentieth Annual Mrrliiis of tlir.ln
MociHt ion .
The 20th annual meeting of the
High School Alumni association was
held in the assembly hall in that
building Saturday, about one hun
dred being in attendance. The meet
ing was opened with a song by Mrs.
W? B. Barker, after which "W. A
Darling introduced the (class of "9:5.
Marcus W. Lyon, the valedictorian
of the class, responded warniily in a
bright speech. An address of wel
come was then delivered by President
Ralph llavcrstiek. M. K. Sweeney
then made some extended remarks
that were both interesting aud in-
instructive. At t he t he elo-e of bin-marks
refreshments were served
came the election oflierrs.
ing as follow-':
Pre-iilent Charle- Kahike
Vi-e President Miss Bridi
Secretary Mis.- Bianelo
Treasurer Miss Carrie Bailfy. "'.'
F.xecutivc Committee Frank Tay
lor. Mrs. !I. Bollman. Everett Sears.
Miss Charlotte Kenworthy and Miss
all. after which
Johu Ohline, taken in by OiQcer
Et.el. was a-sesid $2 and costs for
Chief Sexton arrested William Mc
Laughlin for being drunk. A fine of
;l aud costs was inputted t.his morn
Officer Crompton arrented George
Webb for sleeping iu Spencer square.
He was fined f-1 and conts this moru
iag. Victor Anderitoe and North Rich
ardson, arretted by Officer Ryan for
intoxication, wcr fined respectively, 1
f2 and f 1 and costs.
George Lundv was arrested by
Officer Brennau last night for being
drunk and disorderly. He was lined
2 and costs this morning.
Jtftenmatlfin Cure in a Day.
"Mvstic Curu" ,r,r ''anniatisni and
neuralgia radically cures in one to
three days. Its actioti upon the sys
tern is remarkable and mysterious.
It removes at once the cause and the
disease immediately disappears. The
lirst dose greatly benefits 75 cents.
Otto GkotJk, Druggist,
J. V. Iotter Appointed for Kim Inland
The following dispatch was re
ceived from Hon. Ben T. Cable, at
Washington, this afternoon:
Washixuto, D. C, June 12. J.
W. Potter. Rock Island, 111.: You
were appointed today.
i?EX T. Cablk.
Among those conversant with the
situation here a change in the Rock
Island postollice has been expected
for the past month, and there is no
particular surprise in consequence,
as there was no contest, the appoint
ment of Mr. Potter, when a change
should be made, being" conceded.
I'roperty Holder' Meeting.
A meeting of property Holders on
Fifteenth street between Seventh and
Ninth avenues was held on Saturday
evening for the purpose of taking ac
tion in regard to the letting of a sew
er contract and getting the sidewalks
started that have been ordered by the
eitv council. Aid. Dan Corken was
chosen chairman of the meeting and
Fred Kahn secretary. A committee
was appointed composed of Fred
Kahn, Henry Thode and Hardy Ilet
tcr, to let the contract for the sewer
from Seventh to Ninth avenues, an
other committee being also appointed
to look after the sidewalks w hich are
to be laid in that ward. The last
named committee was ortnposed of
Thos. A. Johnson, George Tretiken
schuh and Aid. E. G. Fickcnsi her.
The St. Paul Pioneer Press notes a
prospective big lumber sale as fol
lows: "A verv mysterious session
of lumbermen was held at the West
hotel yesterday. Among the promi
nent lumbermen present were Frede
rick Weverhauscr. of Rock Island
... ' . i ... w . T
ami St. lain, lounganu . ,i.
Young Jr., and A. and C. Lamb of
Clinton. la., F. C. A. Denkmann of
Rock Island, William Sauntrv of
Stillwater, and Messrs. McCormick
of Haywood, and Ingram of Eau
Claire, Wis. Minneapolis lumber
men say that the Weverhauscr peo
ple arc "negotiating for the purchase
of the northern mill in this city and
the mill owned by the same company
Mrs. Fanny Lockhart. wife of W.
P. Lockhart." died at her home. 1812
Elm street, at 7 :."( o'clock this morn
ing, of tumor, aged 21 years. She
leaves, besides her husband, a little
son aged 2 years. The remains will
be taken to New Boston, for burial,
over theC B. & Q. road tomorrow
afternoon at 2:50 o'clock.
Miss Ellen Brinn died at the home
of her parents, Matthew Brinn and
w ife, 2Mb Third avenue, at 12 o'clock
yesterday, of typhoid fever, aged 15
"years. She had been sick 41 days.
Mr. and Mrs. Brinn came here from
In land about four months ago. The
funeral will occur from the home to
St. Joseph's church at ! o'clock to
FA CE A?m FIGURE
show it, if you're a healthy
woman. They'll have a
beauty of their own, no
matter vhr.t your features.
Perfect he.'iut!. with itp clear
skin, rosy cheeks, and bright
eyes, is enough to make any
woman attract we-
To rct- pc.rlcct health, use
fai::hfiil)v IT. Pierce's Fa
vorite Prescription. That,
n'ini'ates v.nd4roinotes all
proper functions ot wo
mr.nlKHMl. ii::provfst diges
tion, enriche the blood, dis
pels arrlie- and pains, brings
r'freshi".7 sleeiv and restores
health, fie--fc and s'.re.-.gth.
For periodical pains prolapsus and
other aisplacenietfs, bearing-down sen
sations, and 'female complaints" gen
erally, it is so'etfecTlv-e tliat it (n be
guarant!. If it .h tnt bcllt or cure,
ron liave your numey back. Is northing
that isn't" sold iu this way likely to be
4jist ufl good."
THE - QUICK MEAL" is the only
Htove havins a tank that cannot be-taken off
for filling, unless the burners are closed.
THE -QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove having an indicator to show whin the
burners are opeu or closed.
THE - -QUICK MEAL" is the only
htove liavinir glass tubes to show the drip
pin; of ea-oiine when the tiv.; I in use.
THE -QUICK MEAL" is the only
sieve having bnrncrs that cam t be opened
fan her than necessary.
THE - QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove having all made of material
which cannot rest.
1615 and 1617 Second Avenue.
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & Martin
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brands of domestic
!Tid imported ciears. All brands of tobacco.
The score f ail the ball games wi'l be receive.!
L. OLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
ISO Second Avenne.
For the beginning of Summer
visit all departments.
SILKS for "beauty, style and
comfort, at eilk counter
WOOL FABRICS, novelties in
weaves, varied iu c:lors.
UMBRELLAS for the summer
and rain, at Umbrella stand
LAWNS, muslins, mulls, defy
the heat, expense not great,
produces "fetching" effects,
at cotton goods counter.
scotch and dou-Suf
gandies or djuui,.. "
5i . . j'i
iiiu i miss tJi"iii.
HOSIERY and K
riety marko s;v,.
accustomed plar -
RII3BONS and la -.-SUMMER
" ior tw
nia and cutin, at h,jVAA
a: t! i
For everything in
in beauty and
this store is header
These Prices Speak for themselves
One Price to all-Spot Cash.
Lace Curtains for the Week.
Our $0 23 Laca Curtains now - - - :
ur H f0 Lace Curtains now - 4 :
Our 4 f0 Lace Curtains now - - - . :i
Take your choice out cf wash basket full for 10c Buy ;
A bright job four-in hand, puff and tecks in all shad-;,
choice lor 25c 2.1c. Thev will be sure to move a:
prices; come eany ana gt ycur picK.
Patent Mop Stick :it S-hoop Wofulcn Puils loo. 1 i ;t i;,. ...
up. SpauMiiiir National Lt-ane Parlor Matt-lit - 1 . ..
P G. YOUNG, Proprietor.
1728 Second Av.
Fifth Avenue Pharmaey.
HORST VON K0ECKRITZ,
Analytic and Dispensifla Pfiermacisi
Is now IncattJ in his new building at the corner of
and Twenty-.third street.
J. F. R.tESFIt:L7.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas fitters,
House lh'atin ami Sanitary Plunilii n.
A Gigantic sale of Ms Suits
P'or some time we have been ne
gotiating with several of the best and
largest Clothing Manufacturers in
Chieago, who, owing to the crisis in
the money market, have been com
pelled to unload. FOlt SPOT CASH
we have made a purchase of over 500
MEN'S SUITS which we have placed
"on sale some of them at
LESS THAN HALF THEIli WORTH
$3.88 for suits worth
It would be au easy iua"-,r
to Uot &niU as ' :-'
12.00, or the $7.50 Suit- "
worth $15.00 as some '
the habit of doing, b:r. '
PACTS only, aud we gu:ira:.-'
no other de'aler can '-'-- 1 '
auy of the above jjaruif
price we are ieiiiu..
they auk heal (j1
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Towder, No Ammonia; No Alum
-Used in Millions of Homes 40 leafs Jthe Standard.
Shoe Store 1804 Second avenue.
Largest Clothing and Shoe Stores in Rock Island County.
Clothing Store 1729 Second Avenue
Some immense bargains in Boys' suits among the lot.