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CUT OUT J "Picturesque America."!; Oewwoai Fa . TXUL NO. 161. The Boston Store DAVENPORT. Dress . Goods Week. How to Dress Prettily "Though your purse be ni arly t rr.ty." Come to tin- r'stin Store any day shis wcfli the earlier in the wcil tin- better. Ex ertional values. The cream of the stock to be so! J at greatly reduced prices :;,,":i-i! rr?p plaid, copied Jr in i!n"ru'il patterns, at lie a iM. .'..:n'!'. mixtures at i'Oc a vard; .: -in h Jamestown, wear and I'K ''i:;n- fabric. '.'Tc a vard. .M-i : h la. lie." cloth, n-irular nrvi' ' reduced to ."Jcaynrd. ..I-:;, 'U ia-iif ciotn, regular pri,-, I., reduced tn 4 le a vard. :!'" ii worsted suitings, L'Oc !'::. :' !.' a yard. ' :, ii wrt.l diagonal suit- marked to mil at J.c, at l'.ic rird. imli lietiriettas. beautiful ;-. will wear for years, at . :l v:i"l ; X'.f cjtitillt V. -'.ill'l! Ill I Wool novelties. SOr i.i!ir. will lie sold for U'Jc a i If'i: :i laf.'e variety. I All u,ni Kn-iicii challics at I n . i:-l. All '....! French flannel at 3!c a :r.l. t-iii 'li a. I wool suitings at tnc a .ir,!. A' 7;v: l'.,'iutiful checks nurku! t,. .cli at I. A i'..V: .". l-irirli Seoth cf- ! f ! ..'in (ilmiitv . At ;.(: t.'.-iiich checks. -silk mix-d. if!.-.';. ,iiality. 'iiii'li all wool batiste re- -ra.,,e .mhi. fl nualitv, at ''' a yard. r ;:"-iM' Ii all wool suitings, plain and iiiitur.'.. at a yard. A'-irtnl w,r-ted novelties, not "" ""h le. than to 11.25. it "'i' a Mini. i, i niirl(M novelties, OiC ""I ? : . i ii ;i : i t i .--. at C..M- a yard. '-iiii'li IVr.ian ' novelties, 1 p.iii'ii'-. ;it '.'.v a yard. "--itu'h .r:irt' serge at and fl.Ji-axd. , :! l-inch drain-rrdc Pari at liic :V:i.-,. ti.-im li henrietta, v rv line and at ; a yard. " iii'-ii i ll honeycomb, silk finish. :i; a yard. , :1';-'ni"h .l:uii4t'wn Mack swivel ' a vard. T.i (i;-ii'., henrietta. ilk ''li. Ir.., , ,yc. nt i;:ici yard. I'-ini'li i,,rni serge, x:a qttal '. "''-' a yard. Ii r,,v .r;i', v.rr fine; w"'iM -I'.l r.'uililv at Jr, iorCTjc :i'i. ( -'.iii.-li irL.ria ttilk?. fsct-Ilent "r 'K rtt and Ur.-ssfg. at CUc a "imti Mark nnnV veiling. -ry .h.'. r. at I.V- a vard; ricb- I ami I'.tmfnrt an- -onlin-d 111 lii l-aiitif.il fahric. . '"-"iii'h aM.atro.!,. w,.jj worth at l;'r a yard. ("-itli'll all Wool litre rrrnn&itinp. Wi'll w.,rtl. -. vt. iii ic a jara. HARNED, FOPiSEL &V0NIIAUR. Cor. Second and Brady. COMING ON. The Kelly Army This Side of Avoca. Governor Asked to Call Out the Militia Again. Rumored That the Rock Isl and Will Help Them. Editor Rosewater, of the Oma ha Bee, in Trouble. General News Brought by Wire. Avoca. April 24. Kelly's nrniv niarrhod from hero tliw iiHirniiiir for Walnut. The Pes Moines Herister this morning rp.iuests (lav. Jarkson nnv train tlmf ;it ...... The army is naid to have arranged wun i he luK'k Island lor transporta tion from Atlantii-. Ctlllor Knurnatrr In TrnuMr. Omaha. Ari. 24. Kditor so W'atcr. of the Omaha Nee, was con Vietd todav of cunli'ninl of nonrt liv Jinlffc Scott, and sentenced to 3.) "lays in jail, an. 1 a tine of $.': and cosIj. The case jjrew out of local ar ticles pnldishi-d in the Uee, attack ing Scott V rectitude. Host-water was taken to the county jail. Anothrr irtirral Sirlur l.lkely. roNNKi.i.svti.t.K. April 21. Anoth er jrcncrnl strike is prohaMc in the eoke plants. The men at a dozen plants struck this morning, while at least two-thirds of those remaining at the works came out, and the oth ers will join them in a day or two. Tllp Milt Kxptnolnn. HrXTix;TON, Ir.d., April 21. A tile mill exploded at Markle this morning, killing and injurinj; a number of employes. Warning In Coxeylli-s. WAsnisoToS.Vpril-Tlif ciimniis siimers if- iho- Disu-iriTiit" V;luinli:a took action on the iniM'inliii Coxey invasion. After a loiiix cxrcutivu sesi'ii and consul tat ion with the attorney for the ii-trict. n ninuifesto was iru:i.rcil nml j;hvn out which cnlls attention to thu fact, that the rirht of petition 1.h-s uot extend to the lengths the C ixeyites nppear to im:ii;ii:e. Those who luediliitu eotii.n to the Capi tol nrc warned that only lmr,K!.ii and privntioii nwniis them here, r.ml inforins them that no piixi tan coinu ot their pro-mi-d iilgriuia.e. irlml l.nw t,i:rnstitiition:it. ClNCIXXAIt, April 21. ludire T;;ft of the Vuitt'd Slates court rendered a ile- rision OKaint tin: couslitiitioiialily of the Nichols law of Ohio which an: licrixes the taxation of the inpital stock of telephone, telegraph and express cutupimius in pro portion to their portioti of their pmperty locuted in the state. J lie Jiiclf heid that the law attempted to tax tlie capital stock tits market value which is cliarlv uu- ronatitutioual. POWDER- PUREST Am BEST. POUNDS, 20$. rlALVES,lO$.QUAFVTERS,5$. J. K. KKIUV. T. B. KKIDV. I -fir.- Reidy Bros. J Boom 4, Mitchell & Ljnde Building. f 4 ii m it. i FIRED ON THE WORKMEN. A Tllmxly Riot Follows Demonstration of Socialists In Hungary. Bl-DA Pesth, April 2.-AKut 3o work men marched to t he town hall of Hold Mean Vasarliely, on Ijike H.hIos, w ith the declared intention of recovering a nunilier of pamphlets, iloctiinents; etc., belonging to the Socialist lenders of the district, which had recently been seized by the police. Upon arriving in front of the town hall the workmen were confronted by the heads of the muuivip.il depart ments and by the oflicer in command of the police. The spokesman of the mob asked for the return of the pamphlets. The authorities ordered the workingmcn to disperse. The mob refused and the police were ordered to cliarce. They were met by a shower of stones and driuen back and in the encounter a number of them were injured. The municipal authorities called for a detachment of troops and upon the arrival of the soldiers the police made another at tempt to iierve t he niuh, hut were again repulsed. The rioters were warned that unless they disiercd the troojis would be ordered to lire uhiii them. The only reply i f tliemob was to begin toning the mili tary. 'The soldiers wer.- then ordered to load with blank cartridges and a voliey was tired at the rioters. The latter, seeing that nobody was killed or wounded, con tinued stoning the troops nnd the onler was Uien given to load with-, ball. A sec ond volk'y, this time in real' earnest, was fired into the mob. wounding six of 'them severely and slightly wounding u tnimbiT of others. One of the wounded men bas suf fered injuries which will result iu his death. After this volley n li tnchmctit of Hus sars charged the mob wish drawn swords, riding down the rioters, pricking a num-iM-rwith their sabers and eventually driv ing them away from the lu-ighliorhood of the tzw n hull. Tin. IIink ........ ...(in.,-,. in sixty prisoners, who were lodged iu jail. inu ihisiiu uemg sirongiy guarded by troons. The streets jir tint 1... it.,., sals and by policemen and reinforcements are oemg seni to ine scene of the rioting as further trouble is anticipated. TWO LITTLE GIRLS KILLED, Their Insane Slayer Later Krowning Him self in a l'oml. Ttst-oCikK, Ala., April 24. Mrs. George Sinclair left her heme for a short visit and ou her return found her two little girls, need 3 and 6 years, missing. A search re sulted iu the discovery of their Usad bodies iu the woods near the honc, with their heads battered iu The little ones had wandered Iron, the house nnd been murdered. Iu a millpond near by was found the body of Horace Johnson, an in sane negro, who it is supposed met the little ones, murdered liieni, and then jimip-d iuto the pond and drowned hiiu self. EARTHQUAKE" HORROR IN GREECE. Total Number Killed Is 32? Appalling AsfMMtt-nf Aflitira. ATHENS, April 24 -There have been sev eral slighter shocks of earthquake. Tele grams received from the shukea districts represent an appalling aspect ot affairs. Whole villages are iu ruics and the sur vivors are camping out, in insaiy cases en tirely withe.it food. The total number of deaths now reported is 221, of which 13U were killed at Malesina alone. C'nxry Aks for Cheap Kates. NEW Youk, April 2.1. Gen. J. S. Coxey, commander-in-chief of the army of the commonweal, called upon Commissiouer Farmer, of the Associated trunk lines, on the subject of cheap transportation to Washington over the railroaus to ajl-vhc desire to go in sympathy' with Ills move ment. "1 desire," lie saiu,'t gi t ex cursion rates as cheap as possible from ever- point in the country to the capital. I think we will want them good for a re- turu trip after about a mouth's stay there. 1 cannot say just how many peo ple will want them thousands, no doubt. will respond to t he call if we get cheap rates." Farmer toid Coxey that his plan would have to be laid before the executive committee. Too Sletpy for a Icttity Maishal. Sl'l.lNGFlKUi, Ills., tApril 24. William Kuuz, arrested at Uativille for robbing a mail punch, while being taken to Cairo for trial in the federal court escaped from Deputy United Stutes1 Marshal Ktherton. Ethcrloii full asleep. Kiinz's hands were manacled. Dan Clo.se, nlso of Danville indicted for the same offense as K11113 escaiied also from Ethertou while being taken to Cairo. Ktherton again falling asleep. Close's handcuffs were left on the train nnd the manacles binding Lis feet had been unlocked. Honor to S'mki-Mpi ur's Meninry. StuatFoKI) ITOS-AVON, April 24. Yes terday lieiug the anniversary of the birth uf Shakespeare 111 any wreaths were placed up.iu his tomb. A tr.bute to the memory of the great playwright was pud by the boys from the school where the poet was educated. The la Is marched iu proccsiu to the tomb ami de-posited upon it some lieautif ul floral olleriuus. Tlie church beils were pealed tUroujihoia the Uiuruiug. A Lynching in Kausiis. ClIEliOKEE, April 24 I'red Human, a coul miner liviug with his family near the Schwub mines, two miles east of here, was killed at his house half u mile east of the mines by some colored Alabama coal miners, und the leader of murderers was promptly lynched. The murderers went to Human's house to rob hiiu. Iturneil to Death by aliim. Sr. JMji:flI, Mo., Aprill. A special to The Da!.ly News from'lliowllitha, Kan , says : Mrs. Richardson -. WitsT burned to death bv the explosion of ;ga-oliue. She tried to "fill the cau w ithi- turning o!I the light, when the explosion occurred. She was terribly burued, nof "uu inch of her body escaped. X - 1. nehtl for IturniliK Itarns. BlItMI ;iIAM, Ala., April 24. -At Tus coiubia Tom Muck. John Willis and 'i'ouey Johnson, all negroes, were lynched. A 1m tit a week, ago these men were arrest td for burning the bams of Claud King. No other medicine has Hood's Sarsapnrilla in the equaled relief it gives in severe cases of dyspepsia sick headache, etc. ROCK ISLAND, ILL., 1UESDAY, APRIL TOUGH BOSTOXIANS Attack the Speakers of a Com monweal Army. DISGBACEI'UL DOINGS AT THE HUB. One Man United In the Mud, and Another Thrown Against a Barbed Wire Fence A Woman Assaulted and Her Hat and Jacket Torn to Plcec Police Have to L'se Clubs Freely ' toKescue the Victims from the Kowdics. Boston, April 24. Superintendent of Police Eldridge estimated that there were fully 75,000 people m Boston common to SL-e the start of the industrial army fur Washington. It was exactly 1 o'clock when the army, consisting of nliout 2 men, who had enlisted iiti lieneral M. D. Fitzgerald, left the Fxij'ty Union on 1'iiie street to escort Ijiicif-B Saniel of New York nnd Morrison Swat to the common, where a grand meet in J was to be beld. No sooner had they reached the common than the rougher eleijent of the crowd began what was to them a "great jolly," nnd what came neiir ending in a l.Ioo.ly riirt, and which did trove to bo one of the most disgraceful affairs that has ever hap pened here. Rolled Swift In the Mud. The crowd closed iu on the men, seizr-d their banners and proceeded to roil Mr. Swift around in the mud. Things did not take ou a serious turn at that time, how ever, and General Fitzgerald succeeded iu getting his men to the band stand, where Mr. Swift iM'an to talk to the vast assem blage. His speech dbl not amount to much, however, and h j soon gave way to l.ucien Saniel of New, York, whose ap pearance had "oecn wHl advertised. If Mr. Saniel had a hard f:nc trying to make a speech it is nothing compared to the time he had with the mob. He tried hard for five minutes to make himself un derstood; t hen he called on the police to quiet tiie mob, but they p:ud no nttentiou to him. Then Mr. Swift stepped to the front of the stand and, warned the ofTn-.-rs that surrounded the stand that they alone would be responsible for the results should ".here be loss of life and prop, riy. Itush Matte lor the Stand. That was the signal for a rush on the stand. Crash! went the fence that sur rounded the bandstand ami iu went the mob, the ton policemen, unaM.: to do any thing with the mob, being lorccU along with the rest. Several of the leaders grabbed Sitnitl and carried him out into the midst of the mob. Hicht near the stand is an inclosiu-e surrounded by a b.irbvd wire fence, and they started to throw their helpless victim into this in closure. When they hud raised hint up to top of the fence they let him fall on the barbed wire, terribly lacerating his hands and tearing his clothes and body. Then came a scene that iilmf t defies descrip tion. To the right of the bandstand and about -IIW f. et aw ay some one had placed a dry goods box under 11: tree, and Miss Charlotte Smith of the Woman's lli-seue league, was assisted to mount it. She immediately opened out on the crowd, but her Words were drowned iu the confu sion. 3Iiss Smith Whs t'nilaunled. Only the gestures of her jaw wi re seen. A rush was made and she was carried bod ily off the improvised stand and thrown lar into the crowd. This was done wit h a cheer, and caused a laugh that was re echoed by t lion sands. The JUoment Miss Smith got her breath she fofced Jut way back to where the box h.-ftl leca. This time she had a heavy cane in her hand and for a minute or two kiyt an open space around. The police finally managed to get her out of the hands of the inob, but not w ithout some terrible club work by the bluecoars. Miss Smith's hat and jacket were secured by the mob, torn into small pieces nnd carried off us souvenirs. Meanwhile General Fitzgerald had man aged to get his men out of the common and started ou their march. This had to be given up, lowcver, and the army dis persed. About 4 o'clock they met again at the Kquity Union. Iu small squads they took electric cars to the outskirts of the city, where they formed agaiu uud started ou their march. MYSTERIOUS MURDER. Man Found Iteaten to Death with Clubs Near Filgcrton, W is. Eigei:tox, April 24. The body of Weib ert Teitschler was found by the roadside southwest of this city. There is evidence that the man was foully murdered, but aside from this the case is shrouded iu mystery. Near the body were found two large clubs, oue of which was broken into eight or ten pieces and covered with blood nud hair. Another club was necessary to I Itnisli the deadly work, und was found i close by. The body was taken to the j warehouse of Orin Pomeroy and a p:st iiiM teiu c.nm;uaiin was held. The bead and face were found to have Ken crushed to a pulp bv tlie blows ot the clubs. ITiM-redlng in Caiirens Iti'icfcd. "WAsmNOTox, April 24. Senator Jarvis, who takes the placo of Senator Yauee. de ceased, prcscutcd his credentials to the senate. Potter introduced a bill to "dis pose of the idle labor, nud discourage idle weaith" in the District. The bill to pro tect birds and animals in the Yellowstone National park was passed. Washburn spoke 011 the tariff, devoting his sjieech to u defense of reciprocity. Dolph gave an other installment of his tariff speech. An executive session was held. The house devoted the day to the local affairs of the District of Columbia. A bill to permit bookmakiu at the races here w as ueieaieu. ambling Without Limit. '"'. George I" S le udennil th..r niail ward, "iheie seems lobe no Prni-. to old ocean's brod cspu-.ee. And Iho nnve. ihec ram gle nToiif the li,irc." "TUe waves are v. ry fool- iih, dear." "How fnoli.h-. -t . ..... t.i oi.... tuere Is no limit." But r.ot ha f sofo jlih as are tfcon-aods who are dylrg with consumption aie staking their last chance on this or that remedy which has never jctbtcB knoan to cnre.anc re- msinciorry thst which certain triug them back to life awl health Dr. Pieroe s Goldeu Med ical difcove.-y. In the earlier sfges cr this tcnl Die d'seiFC it is s positln. care wi.e, -. i h. last stages it g-.ves great relief and prolong!' H'e. 1. , .. .. . ... c utugi., po.iunr or blrod. lingering cMigh. asthmu and kindred ailments, it is guar anteed toe re or benefit, or money pal! far It wll be returned. 24. 1894. Challenge The London challenges; the combined clothing houses of Rock Island to meet their prices. The London Always Undersells More now than at any previous time of its suc cessful career. If any doubt exists, arm your self with these challenge prices and see if any other house has the gords at the price: 1,000 boys' pants, worth 25c, forge. Domet shirtwaists for 11c. Childs' pants, worth $1.50, for 89c. Childs' blouse suits for 49c. Men's fine black clay worsted suits in recent frock, round and square cut sack suits, w orth $16.50, for $10. Duke of York bows, worth 35 to 50c, 15c each; 75c per half dozen. Men's half hose, while they last, 3c. Fine spring teck ties, worth 50c, for 25c. You know us:. Underselling Everything. Big Store. Seven Per Cent Loans. We desire to call attention to the fact that w e have constant ly on hind and offer for sale at par and accrued interest First Mortgage Loans In sums of 200 and upwards,"! secureu on improved farms and other choice real estate, running from one to five years and drawing SEYEN per cent interest eemi-nnnuall v. A Word to the Wise is Sufficient. The shrewdest investors are now calling- in their money or gathering it together to put in these seven per cent loans while they can be had. The securities we offer are especially adapted for the in vestment of savings and trust funds, as our jiersonal atten tion to all the details of the loan, from its date to its ma turity, relieves the holder from all annoyance except to present his coupon to us for collection. For further infor mation call at the oflice of JACKSON & HURST, Masonic Temple. GEO. F. BOTH, Supt. Loan Department BICYCLES I make a specialty of repairing or furnishing parts for any bicycle, and guarantee satisfaction on all work done. If your wheel needs attention try me. Hair Clippers and Razors sharpened on short notice. TATTrr rrnner WWM& AAWWU Market Square. 1 SAX&RCE, RQCKiSLANDjiU. Footwear Misses and Children's See our Six-button Boots. "The BOSTON," 162) Second Ave., Under Rock Island House. PBICB TUBES C53T3. Sale Double-breasted childs' suits, worth $2, for $1.10. Men's all-wool suits, worth up to $10 about 400 in all for $5. Men's suits $2.49. Honest suit. Gause underwear 19c, worth 35c. Men's black and tan British half hose worth 25c per pair; two pair for 25c. Boys' fine suits, worth up to $15, go for $7.50. 0 eralls, the 50c kind, for 25c. Black and blue. Everybody On Blue Front. . That's stylish as well as durable is what you want, and the price must be right, too. Examine our line of spring styles and it wont take you long to make up your mind where to trade. Shoes are in, and for pretty styles in black and russet shoes, you can hardly do better. LATEST NOVELTIES IN HI ffilB OS CAM BE tCUT AT E. F. DOIiN, The New Merchant Tailor. 1822 SECOND AVE Harper Bow. Block ii i. i 1 ! I 1 n ill 7