Newspaper Page Text
THE AKGUB, THURSDAY, JUNE 7 1C34.
FIRE ON THE BLUFF Three Buildings Destroyed This Afternoon. 8TABTID BT A CHILD'S PLAT. A tr, Dwalllag a4 Srhool Hoin Rasad Tfc Eitent of Ik Um ud oth r rartlealara. Fire broke out at 1 :30 o'clock this af ternoon in a barn on the premises of Henry Doerring, at the comer of Thirty-eighth street and Fourteenth arenue, and it soon spread to the 2 story store and saloon building of nr. uoerrmg, which was quickly en veloped, and the fire then leaped over to the 1-story dwelling house of Mrs. M. Aokes. directly oppo site on Thlrtr-eiffhth street, which was destroyed, the- lire in the mean time crossing Fourteenth avenue to the Thirth-cighth street school a 2-story building, which likewise fell a prey to the devouring clement, and was soon raxed to the ground. jne resilience on the other corner was saved by keeping wet blankets on toe root, ami the constant appli cation of water, other adjoining buildings being in like manner pro tected. The three ho-ie companies of the paid department responded and at tached a hose at the Augustnna col lege corner at Seventh avenue and ran np Thirty-eighth street, but the combined companies barely reached the scene, and owing to the remote Bess for the water main district an hour passed before the water could I forced through the hose np the hill, and then it was too late. The absence of the hook and ladder truck was greatly felt, as with the hooks, etc., it carries the burning portion of the school building ccnld have been torn away, at least. Thv 1.im. The total loss Is estimated at 910,. 00. as in addition to the buildings roost of the stock in the store per ished, but Mrs. Notes' furniture, and also the school furniture was largely saved. Mr."loerringslf)ss is ''.0."0, which Is covered by insurance. The school building was owned by limock, (tould fc Co., and was valned at I,. 600. It was insured in Hayes & Clenveland's agency. The loss to Mrs. Nokes is f .1.000, and it was not insured. Th Origin. The fire had its origin from a child rdnying with matches in the barn on lcrringB premises, the shed and also an addition to the Docrring store being new. BROKE EVEN. CITY CHAT. Kntl nf lh Rock Island mill Jntiirjr IUm Hull rrle. Ornns V'ayrd. ,.. '.D .. S .. s .. rt ' .. .. t ... ,. . Wen. 17 1!V 1 14 11 II 8 test. t 11 VI 14 14 14 IS SI Per cent t.l ur, r.; M7 smi a joMipiis... knrk Ivlanda. i imaha. ...... hmlH JamMiorljl.. 1 tnrnlu IfM Moines.., Wulnera. j . 8 SI 76 The best the Hock Island team could do with the ham sack tail-end-ers in the Western association race was to break even in the series of six games, JSago's men losing again yes terday on the (Icrii city grounds. The score: tnnlns: 1S4fi7S Km- I.Und 0 0 1 1 U U I) II S ikih-t 1 o 1 s l n i o o- Hsttrrte Srhtckcf anil Zeis, McOrrr.T rd Johnxm. ! bit. -K r ..nJ. 6; tjuln'jr, 7. Krrurt Ruck In ami, ; tjumcy, I. Other Unn. Other Western association games vesterday resulted: At Jacksonville, l'coria. lb; Jacksonville, 9. At St. Joseph, Umaha. 10; "St. Joseph, 13. At Lincoln, Iks Moines, 13; Lin coln, 2. Tk A.aortottoa OirmtntV MrrtliiR. At the meeting of the directors of the Western association at (juinry Tuesdar, I'residcnt Howe presided. The report of Treasurer Kent was re ceived and adopted with applause It was at once apparent that the as sociation was In a most prosperous and nourishing condition. Alter the regnlar routine of business, the Quiney question was .taken up. and Manager Morritield asked as to the condition of affairs regarding the tjuincy club. His showing was far better than expected. He proposed a thorougli overhauling and reorgan ization of the club, with an able manager at the head. The citizens of Outncy, have manifested an unusual interest in the outcome of theclubof and the directory was convinced of its future success. W. II. Lucas, of Lansing. Mich., will be signed to manage the team, and that one fact means better success for the (juincy CHID. rardei Highest Honors World's Fair. DR. mm i I CREAM MOST PERFECT MADE A pure Gripe Cream of TirurPowdet. F: from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. Pay your water rent. Notice Adams' new adv. White slippers at Adams'. Adams' for ladies' low shoes. Insnre with Huesing A Hoeft. Adams' for gentlemen's shoes. Yonng & McCombs for tinware. Choice strawberries at Bnncher's. Tan shoes for gentlemen at Adams'. Watch for specials at Yonng & Mc Combs'. "Picturesque America" bring in yonr coupons. Buncher has the usual display of fresh vegetables. Andrew Donaldson, of Rural, was in the city today. Genuine Hunter flour sifters at Young & McCombs'. Fresh fish tomorrow at Buncher's Spencer square grocery. Kindling wood for sale by E. B. McKown. telephone 1198. Judge Glenn rc-conrened the cir cuit court this afternoon. Hon. Bt n T. Cable reached home from Chicago this morning. Tuc AKors World's fair scries is in popular demand. Freserve it. Money to loan on real estate secur ity. Apply at Jackson & Hurst's. Spring lamb, spring chickens and fresh river Esh at Schindlcr's meat maikct. Dr. and Mrs. G. L. Eyster returned this morning from their visit to Crete, Xcb. Monev to loan bv the Rock Island Mutual Building, Loan and Savings association. Fictnresque America' are vou getting the series? Back numbers at The A kg is office. The Turners will jive vou a nice little exhibition in Huber's garden Saturday evening. Miss F.lcanor Holbrook. of Snrine- field. Mo., is visitinrrat the residence of Maj. II. C. Connelly. At 8 a. m., Sundav. June 10. is the leaving time of the excursion train to Feoria via U. I. & P. railwav. The supper tickets at the Surin? Market fete at the Cable grounds Sat urday evening will be 50 cents. Picturesque World's Fair," the lest published. The Akgi s is now disposing of at 15 cents a number. Insure with Uuesing & Hoeft handle onlv lirst class companies. and guarantee losses promptly paid. Many ersons who enjoyed tho last excursion to Peoria will take advan tage of the next one Sundav, June 10. Another email lot of those cele brated Christy bread ami cake knives at ''"c per set of three knives at Mc Cabe Bros'. Tomorrow at McCabe Bros.. 10 dozen (120) large galvanized water or milk buckets at 10c each. None to children. Mexican and Guntber's candy will be on sale at the candv booth at the Spring Market Saturday afternoon and evening. The Missionary gnild of the Trin ity parish will" hold its regular mont lily meeting at the church tomor row evening. The Spring Market at the Cable grounds Saturday afternoon and eve ning will be the event of the season. socially and cnjoyably. .vi rs. uenrv ucott continues to re cover at St. Anthony's hospital from the effects of the stabs indicted by her husiiand Sunday night. Mcrrilv, merrilv on rroes the sale of the granite steel enameled kitchen ware at McCabe Bros'. Prices be low anything you have ever before dreamed of. ('apt. Lamont lias definite informa tion that the. packet St. Paul will cross the rapids early Monday morn icg, leaving here at 9:30. She will lay here an hour. The state district encampment of Knights Templar will beheld in Rock Island this year some time in August. Tho camp will be located at the Tow er in all probability. The opening of the new room at McCabe Bros, has been an occasion for more carving and slashing of prices ail along the line than has imcn known jftjwk Island for many moons. ' Family and school ' picnic parties will find idthcir advantage to patro nize Prospect park. 'A low rate ex cursion ticket is sold with couitons good oh nicrry-go-.iround, switch buck. loats etc., etc. Our ball team is in Peoria Sunday, June lo, the date of the excursion to that point via It. I. & P. railway. No doubt a great many will take advan tage of this opportunity to rts'hiir Iwya play away from home. tv?'' A lawn fete was given on the lawns about the bishop's house, at Daven port, last evening, which was well attended by people, from Rock Island. The vat iuus booths were prettily ar ranged, and were all well patronized, as were the supper tallies. Madam llutrhlnaan Reveals the hidden mysteries of life, restores perfect tranquility between husband and wife, removes evil in fluences; has also the celebrated crystal pebble, in which persons can see their future partner. Consulta tion free. Gents $1; ladies 60c. No. 231 Twcniy-lirst street, corner Third avenue. Th. Hcsltoc. Fair weather and warmer; south erly winds. F. J. Walz, Observer. Ovr Tare. MlUloai. There are S3 cities in the world whose aggregate population equals that of England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, but there are only two out of the whole number whose pop ulation could not be replaced, aud in some instances doubled, tripled, and even quadrupled, out of the present C alley holders oi ine Metropolitan ife Insurance company of New York over three million. This enormous clientage is due to the populaiity of the Metropolitan's plan of Industrial Insurance, some times called "Family Insurance." If you are interested in knowing more about it, or II you want an interesting illustrated paper free of cost, or if yu are seek ing a permanent and paying engage ment, call on the company's local su perintendent, Mr. L. S. Latham, 1522 Fifth avence. The T. M. c. A.. Jubilee. The Y. M. C. A. jubilee exercises in celebration of the semi-centennial anniversary of tho association last evening were well attended and of an interesting character. The meet ing opened with a hymn, followed by prayer b- Rev. XV. S. Marquis, a se- eclion by the Norden male choir. reading of the scripture by Kev. C. E. Taj lor, a hymn, an address bv II. T. Burt, of Chicago, rrencral secre tary of the collegiate department of the state Y. M. C. A ; praver by Rev. r. W. Murrell, a selection bv the Norden choir, a hymn, and the benc- uiciion iv Kcv. J. II. Kerr. For Sle Cheap. Several nicely located cottajres and dwellings, also lots in Barth & Bab- cock and Schncll's additions to Rock Island, and one line lot in rair mount's Second addition to Molinc. For information call on III esisg & Hoeft. No. 1801 Second avenue, second floor. The High Srhool Hall Content. The final game of the series in which the tri-city High schools have been engaged will be idaved atTwin- Citv park Saturdav afternoon at 3 o'clock. The teams are evenlv bal anced, each has distinguished itself the past season, and a good srame is anticipated. WOMEN WHO FrFFJ-R each month can find rcli?f and emancipation from their troubles. Vr. l'l'.wva favorite i'rescriiition is a safe and certain remedy compounded by an eminent physician for those weaknesses common to women. Back ache. Irregularity, Headaches, Dizziness, Lpucorrhea, Womb Troubles, and Jiervona- ltrss, are readily cured bv the " Prescrip tion." Ir. riercd has received taunureus oi tesUinoniuLi. Hero is one: Frrjtincn, Lnel.atrnnna Co., Pa. iR. k. . . riEnt'i: Dear Sir Several j-enre apo I took your Fa vorite Frepcription." t tliat time. 1 wii9 no miserable and hml 1 wn so for many years! that 1 eon lil scarcely drwt mvBelf around. I con cluded to try your med icine. I took half a dozen hottleo and 1 have not laid a return ot my old trouble. Hoping others will he benefited as I hiiv- been. Binccrc!y, Mas. C. H. BAKEtt. PIERCE. n. CURE OR MOISCY BCTnUiKD. I remain. Intelligence Column. r.K DAILY AVGC9 PELTVERED ATTOCB door every eveninc lor 10c per wc::k. WANTED SALESMAN; SALARY FROM " mm. ierniAeiit 'a e. llron liroo'. Co. nnrae' ynien, C'ticnu'u. FOR RENT THREE GOOD ROOMS SVITA hie f.vr Mht htni!H'kei!iiuK over David DouY llilOand 1CIT becnd avenue. 1ITANTED- A FEW WORE EMGAUEMENTS hy exieTieiic-fl nr. mnker, loriucrly of . '..II . . I uilbu. .nuui,uumpai jmru Bvviinv. WANTED - HDIEH AND GKNTLEMEN: make frnm f:i tnSI iM r dav ruitlinir and ari- drcpsini. lrcuiari. and corrwpenuiug for me at their tiom-; lermanunt nittnn. For reply rend rclf adsliwrt. Kiiunped envelope to J. W. Keller, Mishawakii. Iud., autlir cl "Ilaundii and UarK." TO IAh li:0 MONEY SKLl.INO tinM lectric teleutione. Bet seller on earth. Sent all complete ready to n-t np; lines cf anv (liM.tuce. A praeticul elertrlc telaplHmu. (lu't mils nmVinjr in Slu a nny eay. Everybody huyit. UiKmuiiev williout work. Price low. any one enn iniiKit oi per montn. Auarcs w. f, iiarriHon Co., ilerk .o. 11 t oluniOuf, Olno. SCREENS SCREEN DOOKS, WIN DOWS, ALL WIDTHS OF WIRE SCREEN. Rubber Hose, Lawn Mowers, And u complete line of mixed house and lloor paints, white lead, lin seed oil, etc. FRANK ILL 1610 Third avenue. see fluin as a youth i THESS WOMOERFUL'UMSES . Are the result of years of scientific exner imentinir. and are now planed, owing to tlieirsupcrlority, preeminently above every tiling herotof ore produced in this line. wv WMiunnuhim if r Pipans fo tm the finest nnd most penectlr constructed Lenses KNOWN, aud are peculiarly adapted tions. A tmtl of tn TaW"y winonvuin For sale bv T. II. THOMAS. Drue Riverside STOMAUflMTaB ' Made in Twenty-two Styles and Sizes to suit everybody. They are the cheapest and the best, used by over 3000 families in the city that can testify to their merits.' DAVID DON. 16I6-1C17 SECOND AVESUE, SOCZISXrAKS. Who IS THE GREATEST FRIEND TO WOMEN? Krell & Math Because they sell cakes, pas try and turns so cheap that it saves them the trouble of making; them. Besides . . .' Helpinfj them to please their company when they have a party, by supplying them with tlft: finest ice cream and fruit ices. We Can .... Make any kind of ice cream or fruit ices you may wish for, and put it up in the latest forms. If You Want ... Somcthinir new, try a two quart brick of Diplomat. It is the latest and sure to please you and your com panv, and it costs no more than the plain ice cream. We Want . . . To please you. Try us. EBI1L & U&TH PARTY SUPPLY HOUSE 1716 and 1718 Second At. Telephone 1156. rltivt proofs aud ItiO-pwr. Knob. ithBtrotod fnat UP. from pwpl.ciind.frer hy mail wtMn Rotaprimpi aa lUrairyhil. Our Macic Rematfy will pnilhnlT rnt. OWI KEflEoV CU rktaam 111. Mdntyre-Ueck Dry Goods Co Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns the best in the world. Prices Cut, and Cut Deep. -This will be a genuine bargain week, and yoa will find oar busy stores a profitable place to visit this week. Wash goods were never before so handsome and so really low-priced. Our whole stock right through is acknowledged to be the lowest in price, and best in quality of any in this vicinity. Every day adds to the proof of this. A few items taken at random: trhiitirs print, full standard, handtoaM patterns, worth 5tfc, Stfc. SiciHen re Crepe, new clotb, worth SOc, lSKc Frenet eaMneo, new goods, light ground", very hindeom prlatlnga, alwajeiSo, 16c. Belfast mill, soft cream rro nnda, eleirant patterrs, waal price ISO, Prictrd unslhw, 38 inch wide, best fabric for abirt waiafs; Terr cheap is(Wd.l4c. India dun ty, bandiome pattern, thcer corded goodf, roll tt 18c clsewhcie, 9c. French Challics, strictly all wool, finest quality, light grounds, dark grounds and tinted grounds, you have paid 57c and 67c everywhere for the same goods, but while they last they go here at 37Jc. If you want any be prompt, they will go quick. 9 to 12 O'clock Each Morning This week we will give a special sale ia a.Miti our many other attractions. Better attend- v J save money. ' 0,1 U TCESOAV 9 TO 12 O'CLOCK. 1i au nt kqki gingoanw, j inca wi e.irlce WEDNESDAY 9 TO 12 O'CLOCK IS pieces Tnrkey red prints worth 8: at 3!4c THrKSDAT 9 TO 12 O'CLOCK. Fine quality cam-lie mnalin wcrth lOftc at 6c FRIDAV 9 to 12 O'CLOCK. Amoekeagarron rherks. fullvtandardind 8: qu itv . etandaid d ess giugbama woitb 9c at 4i4c ' 1 SATURDAY 9 TO 12 O'CLOCK. Lonf dale muslin. 10 yards for 49c Cut this advertisement out and refer dav. Don't miss anv of the sales. to it everr Two Sharp Drives. Children's super lis'.c vests, elegantlv silk trinmie ! in sizes 16, 20 and 24 only at 18c, 20c' and 22c, .mJ' tity limited. 1 Gent's full regular French ballirigmi tdiirts ami draweis, never sold for less than 6oc, while tht-r last at 49c. Mclntyre - Reck Dry Goods Co. 1709 and 1711 Second avenue, Rock Island. A Ch illy Reception Is what the edibles receive in that .... BEST OF ALL REFRIGERATORS THE BOWEN It is easy to say best about a thing, but generally not so easy to prove it. This time we are amply able to do so. G. O. HUCKSTAEDT 1809-1811 Second Avenue. The House Furnisher. Packard Pays the Loss Customers Get the Benefit M. A. PACKARD & Co. of Boston, Mass. one of the largest manufacturers of Gentlemen's Fine Shoes, took an order from a defunct retail concern, and made to their special order a lot of Fine Footwear. Just as the goods were in readiness to be shipped Packard & Co. found that they were about to be swindled, and the re sult was they refused to ship the goods. A few weeks ago we closed a deal with this popular manufacturer for the ent,re lot, at a great loss to Packard & Co., which we are now giving our patrons the benefit of. Tackard's hand-sewed Cordovan Shot Packard's $5 Talent Leathers, in the finest quality, sold the world over at $6. only Packard's 3 quality of Kolwson Calf in the new Reo-cnt T. i .1 ' ' ' : Packard 3 quality of Tan Bh.chers, Picadilly and Graham foes only ' J In addition to the above immense bargains we have Dlaced on " V 1" '.' W. ' ' ' An excellent line of Men's Solid Buff Shoes, same ashS dTafet ."d S.!,.If.!!,. a.t;:: ..13 95 .. 2 50 .. 2 00 .. 1 60 .. 99c .. 1 00 Gentlemen in need of Fine Footwear will find this an eTu-,t i . 3 " CX!-eiient opportunity, one they may never have again. Now s your time, boys-you will find it a comfort, pleasure and economy to Wear IX & K. Shoes. 4f YIAJU THk 4STANDAJUX gist and optician,