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I cream soda at Biess'.
BiC lack peaaaU at Bore's.
Croquet, all kinds. at Taylor's.
Hew St. Doha's bread at Boro's.
Fishing tackle cheap at Taylor's.
Hammocla, all kinds at Taylor's.
Looking glaiaaa cheap at Tajlor'a.
Straw hats. Sommers La Veil.
Keep cool with Rless' icecream
Plenty ot nice" itrawbcrrles at Bess
Pleatjr o( fishing tackle at Eck
hart's. C. it. Osborne, of CLicago, is in
Go bay the little folks a wheel at
Try Rless' crushed fruits with ice
Knee pant wash aaits, 45 cents.
Sommsrs A La Velle.
Jointed fishing poles 15, 25, 50
and 75 cents at Taylor's.
Buy a shirk cork filled refrigera
tor. They are the best.
Jewel gawllne stores til; the
greatest bargain of 196.
Sheriff and Mrs. F. C. Hem en way
are visiting in Roc V ford.
Curtain, palls and bars; one-half
price to close at Taylor's.
Warm enough boy a light weight
salt. Sommers ft La Velle.
Eight hundred dollars to loan by
William L. Ludolpb, Buford block.
John Scheuermann, carpet wearer,
2705 Eighth avenue. All work war
ranted. Mrs. C. C Mclntyre, of Otkalooia,
is visiting her sUter, Mrs. A. D.
If you are interested in gasoline
stoves V, will psv you to read Allen,
Myers ft Co.'s ad.
Miss Nellie Scully has taken a
position as stenographer in Sweeney
ft Walker's law office.
George Schafcr ami John Iloldorf
have renewed their saloon licenses for
the ensuing six months.
Beat canned tomatoea 7 cents, corn
and peas 6 cents and sauerkraut 5
cents a gallon at Beecher's.
Choice table better only 15 cents a
pound and fresh eggs three dozen for
25 eents at Beecher's today.
Special for this evening: Chil
dren's 3-picce garden acts, consisting
of rake, hoe and spade, for 6 cents at
John Bollman, former engineer at
the Rock Islacd waterworks, is seri
ously ill at his home on Fourteenth-and-a-half
See Allen. Myers ft Co.'s gssoline
stove exhibit tonight. Every one
running full blast.
Mrs. J. Ralthel has opened a dry
goods and notion store at 613
Thirty-eighth street. Every thing first
class. Call and see her.
Allen. Myers A Co. are still in it
in the refrigerator business. Their
shirk cork filled is going like hot
cakes and at prices thar satisfy every
The trial of Teddy Kelly is in
progress before Justice Weld this
afternoon, a change of venue having
been taken from Magistrate Schroe.
Miss Anna Vogel has resigned her
position a s'enngranher and assist
ant in City Clerk Unesing's office.
She Is succeeded by Miss Catharine
Two burner and step Jswel gaso
line stove, single generator, amoke
less, only $11. See it In operation
tonight in the atore window of Allen,
Myers & Co.
Mrs. Charles Buford has leased of
Dr. J W. Stewart the residence
property on Nineteenth street, for
merly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. H.
O. W. Peanlee arrived last evening
from DelatirM, Wis., where he is
second captain lu St. John's military
achool. on a visit to hia parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C S. Feaslee.
Mrs. Sarah J. Comegys has pur
chased the handsome brick residence
at the corner of Eighth avenue and
Twentieth street of L. S. MeCabe.
The consideration was $6,400.
Mrs. Kate Wright has bought the
old Bland ing homestead on Fifth
avenue between Twentv-ntnth and
Thirtieth streets and will occupy it.
The consideration was $3,600.
Among the matrimonial events
which will occur in the month of
blossoms is one which will unite a
well known Rock Island joang lady
mua a viaiesourg professional man.
Allen. Myers ft Co. will have all of
Highest Honors World's Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE
AjCrape Cream of Tartar PWder. Ftee
era mmn Aium of sny other adulterant.
40 TBAU THM STAND AUX.
their gasoline stoves in operation to
night, aad if yon are Interested aad
want to see some "Jewels that are
jewels, you should call and see them.
I will continue for one week more
giving free a 4-pound of package
Aau-vYaehboara with, a 91 or more
of goods at Horton's new cash gro
eery. Hurst block, 328 Twentieth
A special examination for mail
carriers and clerks in the Rock Island
postoffiee is being conducted a the
council chamber today by the civil
service board. There are four can
didates for clerk and two for carrier.
We want too. the ladles or Roek
Island, to visit onr store, 222 West
Second street, Davenport. We have
a fine assortment of spring and sum
mer nets to snow you. v e nave nets
to suite vour tast and prices to suit
Iltbe weather is pleasant Sun-
day there is no reaaon why people
should not enjoy the excursion with
the steamer George M. Waters. The
boat and barge will leave Bock Island
at 9 a. m. and return at 6 p. m. Otto's
orchestra will furnish musio.
A team of horses belonging to II.
B. Iglehart ft Co. indulged in a
lively spurt down Third avenue
this afternoon, colliding with and
damaging another wagon beside the
one it waa attaenea to. xne Horses
were scratched up considerably.
Thomas Cox aad Miss Emma Web
ster were married in Davenport
Tuesday. The groom has a wide ac
quaintance in this locality, having
been a prominent light in trl-city
sporting circles for a few years. His
bride bas lived here lor aome time.
They will reside in ' Rock Island.
The 77th anniversary of UJd Fel
lowship was observed with a ball by
tuaora lodge, Daughters ot Kebecca,
last evening. The event came off at
Industrial hall. There were about
seventy couples in attendance and
all seemed to enjoy themselves im
mensely. Bleuer's orchestra fur
nished the musio.
The local advisory board of the
Children's Home society. Dr. J. W.
Stewart. J. W. Welch, F. G. Toung,
Henry Brockman and E. B. McKown,
desires homes for the following chil
dren: Boy babes from one to 12
months old; girl babes from 1 to
3 months old; girls 6 to 9 years old;
boys 1 to 13 vears old; a colored boy
8 years old and a colored girl 7 years
W. D. Coxey is in the city. Mr.
Coxey is not what his name typifies.
tie naa no predilection whatever
either on the commonweal or grass
question. He is the avant courier of
a great army, nevertheless, and pos
sess the adroitness of an up-to-date
general. He ia here deliberately
making arrangements for an advance
on the city and has no hesitancy in
aaserting that ho is planning to lay
siege and capture without resistance
the entire populace of the commu
nity. Hia caravan will pitch tents
and camp on the grass for a day. It
win be the aim to take the city by
storm and then go away leaving a
good impression. Mr. Coxey has
heralded a visit from Ringling Bros.?
snows in kock island may yu and
the camels are coming. t
I. O. O. r. Attsatloe.
All members of Ucal lodge 607. I.
O. O. F., are requested to meet at
their ban Sunday, April 26, at 1:30
p. m., to attend service at the First
M. E. church. All sojourning
brothers are cordially invited to at
tend. By order of the lodge.
W. V. Staffobd, Rec. Seo.
William Pabl, Noble Grand.
The A. J. Whitney came down.
Boats np and down were the Pres-
cotte, verne swam, and c fc. nut
TbeC W. Cowles brought down
eight and the Weyerhauser 10 strings
The stage of water at the Rock Isl
and bridge this morning was 6.6S
and rising; the temperature 74.
Ashley, 111.. March 27, 1896 We
have eiven Hood's Saraanarille to
our little eirl to nnrifv her blood.
Her body was covered with sores.
but she has not had any sores since
taking Hood's Barsaparilla. Mrs.
Hood's PUls cure all liver ils.
ltaa Cfcaae f a
The cheapest in the market. Forty-five
desirable and cheap building
lota In V. H. Blanding'e new add
tion to the city, situated at the head
of Twenty-fifth street and on Thir
teenth avenue, are offered for sale on
easy terms and long time. Enquire
at me bock island savings Dana.
J. M. Bcforo. Agent.
Generally fair tbia afternoon, prob
ably followed tonight and Sunday bv
light local showers; very little change
in temperature; easterly winds. To
day's temperature, 74.
F. J. Walt, Observer.
Get it" is good advice but "Take
Simmons Liver Regulator" is better
for the health and happiness. Every
body should take a liver remedy oc
casionally ana especially in tne
spring to wake np the torpid liver
and keep np a healthy circulation ot
good rich blood, free from poison and
lull of nourishment to the body.
We would not keep house without
it." H. u. G. Fink, Springdale. fa.
William L. Ludolph, Buford block
Tn Alan, lOe a week, delivered
vwry evening at yonr door.
itha better vmderataading of the
transient nature of the many phys
ical ills, which vanish before proper ef
forts trentle efforts pleasant efforts
rightly directed. There is comfort in
the knowledge, that so mapy forms of
aickneaa are not due to any actual dis
ease, but simply to a constipated condi
tion of the system, which the pleasant
family laxative. Syrup of Figs, prompt
ly removes. - That ia why it is the only
remedy with millioosef families, and is
everywhere esteemed so highly by all
who value good health. Its beneficial
effects are due to the fact, that it is the
one remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness without debilitating the
organs on which it acts. It is therefore
ail important, in order to get its Dene
flcial effects, to note when yon pur-
ehaae, that you have the genuine arti
cle, which ia manufactured by the Cali
fornia Fig 8yrup Co. only and sold by
ail repota Die arogfrists.
If In the enjoyment of good health,
and the system is regular, laxatives or
other remedies are then not needed. If
afflicted with any actual disease, one
may be commended to the moat skillful
physicians, but if in need of a laxative.
one should have the best, and with the
well-informed everywhere, Syrup of
Fin stands highest and is most larselv
used and gives most genera) satisfaction.
When You Want
. Something ; 0: finish ut
your Sunday dinner re
member that Hess .Bros,
are always in the market
witn the best to be bad.
For this week we have:
Pie Plant, Wax Beans, Tnrnipa,
Onion, Hw Potatoes. Fanley,
Fesf , Rtdknes, Sen Vaaehes,
Bmis. Leek, Tomatoes, Pars
alps, Cacsaben,' Sweet tota
tosa, Aaparigns. Cabbage, M-
arr. Head Lattnce.
Dretssd Chickens sad Turkeys. I
Spring Chickens dreised to order.
Strawberries, Oranges, Bananas,
Choice latins Apples. '
ONLY THE BEST
That can be found is fur
nished and all orders re
ceive prpmpt attention.
Ladies . .
Those New Oxfords
Are here. Blacks
And Tans, AA's to
The Swellest of the Swell
170ft SECOND AVENUE.
C. C. TAYLOR'S
1717 Second Ave. .
Mclntyre-IQech Dfy Goods c&.
THE BARGAIN CENTER
1709 aixi 171 1 Second Avenue, Rock Island, III.
" f ail C Anil CI-...
mi tyioa sum
Large display of bicycle sundries.
Lanterns, all kinds.
Wood rim and tire cement
Lantern brackets. .
Toe clips, etc
1615-1617 - SECOND AVENUE.
Sfieatlsts Tell Bs thil there are
10 Pounds of Glue
In Every Man's
We intend to STICK
to the idea of hand fr
line; the best Candies -and
in town, if it uses up
our entire supply.
KRELL & MATH
LOOK after vour
BREAD and HEALTH
What is more impor
tant than the Bread V
you eat? It should
be pure, fresh and
healthful. Our Bread
i beyond question in
these things, and our
prices were never so
low as they are now,
and that's saying- a
IMPORTANT TRADE EVENTS.
AUONG THE MORE IMPORTANT TRADE EVENTS
"of the week will be the selling here ot 40 Moreen
and Sateen Skirts, worth S3 and $2.60. at tl.48; Spring
hnd0,a Bt7lM W-8. MM
and 16.60, worth 13.25. $4. $5.60, 7.60 and $10; Wom
an s Spring Weight Mackintoshes with the new mili
tary eape aad handsomely lined throughout, splendid
and serviceable. S Mackintoshes at ft. 62, and the
summer Uuderwear. Hosiery and other special sales
mentioned below. Yon canH afford to miss the op
portunity to supply yenr various needs at small cost.
SUMMER UNDERWEAR BARGAINS.
A Am nf rr-j . ., .- j .. nioaw III . It eaa ha
JSSZr " ,to" f""T ribbed V- te"ft nd rt' 18e
vae1tiSmW tt Xm P asck aad ana koto. Me
At 18c Whits asS sera KtyiMlaa aottoa Teals la a vsrtatv of -
vslseafi&c BUo"' Pa Snbhsd,
wmJ5J5,J.,!?'t ?f,-KrTftl1" ro,to" Md TssUta ecre sad
SITUS? Y ck. slMTatoas and wing 1mtm , all with aiauat
Special lot of cottoa Unloa saiu, SS nlaas at We.
At Se flood esatltj, worth ISa.
l Hi,b worth ies.
15'"?apr? vf tTpUsa cottoa. araaHr SSc
At -Verj Sat Btrstiaa cottoa Vests, silk aalaa, worth SSc.
THE LACK CURTAINS WENT WITH A RUSH
last week. We continue the sale another week
with the additloa of some extra special values which
eame too lata to menttoa last week. Yon eaa save
money on Lace Curtains right now. The offer ot a
pole and fixtures with every pair of curtains at $1.50 or
over will also hold good this week.
Naw Iota at th laa. tha aaasl I
A drlTe ot W dear. laGkrrw. ml kla. hook er hatlea. black 1
colon. SI aad SI 90 qaalittaa at SSe.
Whit. OIotm in saoarlor aaalit? aid, black sUtchias, Jw saasllr
81 lor thtm. bat bV at .
. Fine cbaakohtQloTMottb. bast asaatasSssd af lbs
S1.18 Talaaa, oalj Tt aad STc.
New Hotter? st rarprldDKly satsll pries.
For euana who war small
d Hoaa, lbc valias st fe, er foes seas
. 40 daxaa taa aad craaal cci
Boas at Ma abnrdlr low ariea of lOe.
Woya! extra laa goMgrn Bennai rrfattblaoBfaU,MswlarBaea,
Mea-s prfwe Banaadwf fast black Hoaa, Fraach fa, Saable Salss Si
alsh spUesd baala. 0e oass at ate, or St. pair for tl .
Are yoa stortag fars. Msaksts or otkor wlatar artkanf UssK
Baila la tka pacUac. Frloa hare as tor larga bos.
MEN'S INDIA GAUZE.
BMrts sad Drawara. aatoan
Meas Aae balbrgsa bains aad
at only 1So-
wars, us ISC Vajaa, SOS.
Many Handsome Homes
In Rock Island have been furnished from our im
mense stock and its possessors are pleased with their
purchases. We are not experimenting in this busi
ness, but have had years of experience. We know
what the novelties in our line are we buy them
we know what they are worth buy them at prices
that are not exhorbitant and you in turn buy them at
correspondingly low rates. Our
Immense Assortment of Carpets
has never been , equalled in the three cities and we
invite comparison. Call and look at our goods and
prices and satisfy yourself. In plain, fancy and sub
stantial furniture we take a back seat for no one and
are anxious to have you investigate. Window shades,
curtains, straw mattings, rugs, novelties in furniture,
and in fact the most complete line in every depart
ment. Give us a call.
KRELL & MATH
Phone 1156. 1716-1718 Second Ave.
CLE MANN & SALZMANN
LEADERS IN OUR LINE.
Sixteenth street and Second avenue.
Are now prepared to show you the new spring styles in "
Boys' and Children's Novelties
THE kind that boys outgrow, but never outwear. While the clothes are never
quite as tough as the bov, that's no reason why they should not have the last
ing, persistent quality which boys r qure. We have well -sewed, well buttoned,
well pocketed boys' knee pants suits, splend.d wool fabrics in good styles at $2.50,
S2.95,;f)50;S 5 to C6.90 ;
Some very jaunty styles in sailor and junior suits with vests or shield fronts at
$1.68, $2 JO, $29T to $$. Long pants suits for larger lads, sizes 14 to 20 years, at
$2.98 to $10, horestly put together with wear-resisting qualities in nobby patterns
Star Waists, mothers9 Friend Waists.
weought' AesaigatatisrinPrices'' Will give your money back if you think
Lots of K, S & Co. men's suits at $3.90, $4.90, $6.08 to $10. Sweaters 18c All wool bicycle