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THE AR6UB, TUESDAY, ZIAY 26. 1&S6.
Psy your water rent.
Slippers (or graduation at Adams'.
White flippers and oxfords- at
Oxfords, a large assortment at
Finest turnouts aod reliable drir
rr. Cralle & Co.
Patent leather strap slippers can
be found at Adams'.
ltujr your screen doors and wiadow
screens at Eckhart's.
Merchants Innch from 9 to 12
Terj morning at The Club.
The Aurora" is a Terr new style
la slippers. Adams' for tbem.
Mid-summer millinery exhibit at
McCabe'e Wednesday and Thursday.
Experience and close attention to
every detail. 'Cralle & Co's. livery.
Mid-summer millinery exhibit at
McCabe's Wednesday and Thursday.
Camp 29, M. W. A., will initiate
60 new candidates tomorrow night.
MM-su miner millinery exhibit at
McCabe's Wednesday and Thursday.
Eckliarl's. headquarters for ham.
mocks, croquet sets snd fishing
I'lonty of rbolre home-grown
strawbrtries at K. Kuscnmann's this
New wheels arriving every day at
, David Don's. Attend the bicycle
aale this week.
Silk umbrellas with natural han
dles, 67 rents and op at Mclntrre
IWkCo's. Kepp in front by riding one of
those up-to-date bicycles. See tbem
at David Don's bicycle sale all this
Ladies' 4-ply linen while collars
and cuff in full assortment at Mc-lutyre-Ueck
Two young men from Davenport
had a narrow escape from drowning
while pleasure riding near thelower
island yesterday afternoon.
Newest things in ladies' lawns for
shirt waists at Mclntyre-Reck Co's.
Have you seen the new Persians?
Nothing but bargains at Mclntyre
lleck Co's. silk sale f 1 silks cnt to
67J cents. 1.60 silks 94 cents, etc.
Company K, of Moline. elected
Frank Clcndenin, son of (Jen. Wil
liam f.'ltndenin, captain last evening
and 'Marvin Lamb second lieutenant.
Everyone is preparing to attend the
opening of the Watch Tower, Satur
day Decoration day and Sunday
following. A great bill of special at
J. W. Cota is here in his special
car explaining the workings of the
new air brake, which the Burlington
system has adopted, to its trainmen
in Km'k Island.
Dr. James S. York, of Des Moines,
a well known medical specialist, con
nected with the Copelaod & McLean
Medical institute of that city, was a
visitor in Kock Island yesterday.
Mrs. William Jackson and little
grandson returned this morning from
a visit to Milwaukee. Owing to the
washouts the the return journey was
a long, roundabout and tedious one.
William Jackson received a tele
gram this altcrnoon wtbu stated
t iat Judge Shaw would not render a
decision 10 the bead camp removal
rase until next Monday at Morrison.
Among the other places visited by
yesterdny's cyclone wasMt. Clemens,
Mich., where "Mr. and Mrs. John Cm
Iriti'h and Mrs. Charles Mrllugb, of
this city, are now sojourning. Hap
pily th't-y all escsped.
The itridge and Terminal com
pany made another invasion on the
ground of the II. I. & P. at the foot
if Seventh street yesterday after
noon, but again found the Peoria
grotim! well preserved.
Charles T. Luthy, the man who
rlitlms to be manufacturing the
highest priced wheel on the market,
tarried in th city awhile today on
his return to Peoria from the north.
The name of his bike is the Lutby.
The factory is at Peoria.
Edward Henry is home for a visit
af ter a several months' stay In the
Squaw mountain, near Cripple
Creek, Col., where he has a claim of
emu fourteen acres, which he says
ha has every reason to believe con
tain a goodly amount of the yellow
John Hynea is hack In Rock Island
again after spending fire years in the
west in the interest of the Daxon
Manufacturing company. He has
identiried himself with the bicycle
repairing establishment of Urnes A
Ilv ne. with whnu he will remain
during the summer.
Col. C. W. Durham left this morn
ing for Springfield, whence he ac
companies tiov. Altgeld and his
Hishest Honors World' Pair,
MOST PERFECT MADE.
Ajur Cripe Cram of Trt Powder. Free
, miRiwiH, mum or any outer aduiieranu
40 YIAU TH1 STANDARD.
staff to Charleston, where they will
take part in the ceremonies attend
ant upon the laying of the corner
stone for the normal school in coarse
of construction there. .
MeCabe Bros, announce their spec
ial mid-summer millinery exhibit
for tomorrow Wednesday and
Thursday. The record this store baa
made on every such occasion will
justify critics in expecting some
thing unusually atractive for these
two days, and those who visit Me
Cabe's tomorrow and Thursday will
not be disappointed. There will be
an elegant display of trimmed and
untri turned anmmer hats, and a
great variety of special new goods
bought for this apecial event.
Sutcliffe is glad to have your opin
ion of the pretty new shades of wall
paper that he shows. A specially
large stock has just come and until
the entire assortment is closed ont he
will quote much lower prices than
prevail anywhere else in town.
They've p iced about town and ao
know what they are claiming. See
the stock even if you don't want
Satcliffe to do the hanging for you,
but if ho does the work he will guar
antee it absolutely perfect, for he has
the most expert workmen that can be
employed, ssys George Sutcliffe. cor
ner Fifteenth street and Second ave
nue. THE MILWAUKEE TIED UP.
W a t ml Two pa i Cota Off
ratio to tne Kaet and STortb.
The Chicago, Milwauk e & St.
Paul Railway company's bridge
across the Mum river was washed
away about A o'clock yesterday af
ternoon, thereby cutting off all com
muntcation to the east and north.
All business from points beyond
Thompson is refused at the Rock
Island office. Freight trains are not
running at all, while .passenger
trains are only running be
tween Rock Island and Thomp
son. Yesterday morninc's pa sentrer
in charge of Conductor Cummings
only got as far as Savanna, when it
was ordered back on account of
washouts near that city. The traia
came back and started ont again at
4 o'clock, only to meet the Plum
river washont. This point is be
tween Savanna and Thompson.
And the ssme train has been run
ning between Rock Island and
Thompson since. It will be several
days at least before the Milwaukee
can fully resume business.
W asbonts on the C, B. St N. be.
yond Savanna are interfering with
the Burlington's northern trains.
The St. Paul Express, due here at
8:30 p. m. last night, did not arrive
until 2:30 this morning.
Takea to Prison).
Sheriff Hemenway today took
Walter Sample to the penitentiary
at Joliet, to which he is sentenced
for two terms, each not to exceed 20
years, while the minimum of either
is five yesrs. So do his best and
Sample cannot breathe the air of
freedom under 10 years unless he is
pardoned. Sample goes to Joliet for
committing holdups at the homes of
George W. Cash and R. A. Donald
son in this city.
The sheriff was also accompanied
by Willard Bowen, who goes to the
Pontine reformatory for a term of not
loss than five years for steal in? a road
cart belonging to O. S. Bruner, of
Taylor Ridge. Bowen is 20 years of
age and is the son of Rev. Bowen,
pnstor of the Methodist church at
The old Mississippi is rapidly
swelling. The waves are now near
ly kissing the Diamond Jo warehouse
at the foot of Seventeenth street.
the stage of water at the bridge this
morning was 9.10; at noon 10.60.
Boats down were the Nettie Da-
rant. Ten Broeck, J. W. Van Sant,
Irene D. and Silas, the Patrol, Du-
rant and Van Sant passing np, while
the Swain and Jo Long were in and
The Diamond Jo company is aim
ing to catch some of the delegates to
the national republican convention at
St. Louis and has accordingly of-
terea a round trip rate of 19.76, hold
ing good irom June 1 to 23.
There will be a grand concert
at Augnstana college on Commence
ment day. May 28, at 8 p. m.
Gouno'd'a fsmoua Messe Solennelle
will be rendered by the Augustana
conservatory. The lull text is given
in the program in Latin, English and
Swedish. The Latin text will be
snng. Selections from other ore'
torios will also be rendered, closing
wiin usntiei a Haueiujau, organ, or
chestra and piano accompaniments.
Admission 35 and 60 cents. Seats
reserved at Augustana Book concern.
The mikado is the rvlifrious bead of
the JapuiH sc as wjll as their ruler. His
place is hereditary, and it has bren filled
by members of his family for more than
2,500 years. His is incomparably the
most ancient lineage known. The mika
do is the one hundred and twenty-second
of t he line. The founder of it, whose
bepe of posterity in his wildest dreams
could not hare equaled the result, was
contemporary with Nebuchadnezzar, 660
B. C Of the seven great religions
enumerated by Max Mailer as possess
ing Bibles, the mikado's family is older
Happy are those that knowing In
tbeir birth they are subject to uncertain
changes are still prepared and armed
for either fortune. A rare principle and
with much labor learned in wiadom's
Sabscribe tor Tn Amcv
With a better understanding of the
transient nature of the many phys
ical Ula, which vanish before proper ef
forts gentle efforts pleasant efforts
rightly directed.' There is comfort in
the knowledge, that so many forma of
sickness 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 is why it is the only
remedy with millionsof 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
all important, in order to get its bene
ficial effects, to note when yon pur
chase, that you have the genuine arti
cle, whifh is manufactured by the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by
all reputable druggists.
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 most skillful
physicians, bat if in need of a laxative,
one should have the best, and with the
well-informed everywhere. Syrup of
Figs stands highest and is most largely
used and gives most general satisfaction.
' D Java T'Jovm
UC7 111 i illiV
With your order for your Sun
day dinner. Send it to lies
Bros., who have a choice line
of seasonable vegetables. Find
something in the following list.
o .o o o o o o o o
Onion., Bermuda unions,
Apar;a, Pe .
Max Beans, Turnips,
"trine Beans, Sweet Potatoes,
PtePlant, New Potatoes
OOOOO OO P o
And Spring Chickens dressed
Home Grown Strawberries,
California Cherries, Oranges,
and Choice Eating Apples.
Get your order in as early as
Shoes well bought are
half sold that's why
onrs sell so easily.
Oxfords, Blacks and Tans
See our $2.25 Oxfords,
Blacks and Tans.
1705 SECOND AVENUE.
Free if Tours is
Cost 52 Annually.
C. C. TAYLOR,
1717 Second ATeana.
All -Styles and Sizes,
Large display of bloycle sundries
, . , a
lisnwrni, au annua.
Wood rim and tin cement.
Toe clips, etc
1615-1617 SECOND AVENUE.
Krell & Math's soda water is
refreshing when mixed with
their delicious Cream and
Fruit Syrups. The gods never
mixed their nectar Into such a
tempting draught as
KRELL & MATH
Seive t their patrons. It
makes their store a rendezvous
for the best classes of resi
dent?, both old and young. In
town. Go Into their parlor
and enjoy your Ice cream, fruit
icesor ice cream sodas with
your lady or gentlemen friends.
They have the only cool place
in the city.
Party Supplies! Fine Candies
Try a brick of ice cream, three
kinds In each brick. Tour
company will be pleased.
KRELL & MATH
Phone 1166. 1716-1718 Second Ave.
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 re qure. We have well sewed well buttoned,
well pocketed boys' knee pants suits, splendid wool fabrics in good styles at $2J0,
$2.95, $1 50, $S to $6.90
Some very jaunty styles in sailor and junior suits with vests or shield fronts at
$1.68, $2.50, $2.95 to $5. Long pants suits for larger lads, sizes 14 to 20 years, at
$2.98 to $10, honestly put together with wear-resisting qualities in nobby patterns
Star Waists Rlothers' Friend Wclsts
We have the satisfying goods at satisfying prices. Will give your money back if you think
Lots of 1C, S. & Co. men's suits at $3.90, $440, $6.98 to $10. Sweaters 18c All wool bicycle
pants $1.85. .
Mc J tlty re-Reck Dry Goods Co.
THE BARGAIN CENTER
212 Shirt Waists, new 1896 styles, broken lines,
styles we do not wish to duplicate, $1 Waists will be
thrown ont this week at 69c
175 excellent tl.85 and tl-85 Shirt Waists, and hard
to ret at these prices, will last but a short time, 98c
Why do we sacrifice fine Shirt Waists this wav?
It s our method of doing business. Our publie reap
the benefit. r
. Ladies' Drawers.
Good Mnslin Drawers, nicely made, 5 row tucks. 25c.
10 dozen Drawers in a big variety of styles, includ
ing the umbrella, handsomely trimmed, and foe 49e.
'Drawers in this lot worth 68c, 75c and 82c. v
We place on onr coot ten tats week 1,000 elegant Snsroidered Band
kerchicft, an Importers lot. won h fro SBc to $1.M. Too entire par
?!?i5i8?S.l:LcLfM?c',c'Wc Th attention of cradoatea
For ordtnar overvdw ti. mm i ni na.jMiii.r. - i i
et of styles at Sc. tOc, IStte and 15c .
SO white Rid Belts, with new style buckles.
0 ootid I .rather Belts, enameled bnokles at
800 black Bilk Bella, worth 3 and sue, at ISe.
Patent Leather Berts, worth S'c, at ISc
iuoti urn dcii. w iiu jiroi onca'ea. sue suae
aijc. 11 styles of solid Leal her belts,
Here at Home . .
CLEMANN & SALZMANN
Sixteenth street and Second
prepared to show
and Children's Novelties
1709 and 171 1 Second Avenue, Rock Island. ItL
mi av .
For this week aoeclal lots of Dimities. Law
gursa and coloring, at 10c, llc and lie.
SSe, S8c and 41c, jroor
Pot np expressly (or
Uc also at Sc.
You can find a finer display of parlor furniture than
you see in many of the so called stores of big as
sortment All that is to be had in selection and price
we carry every day in the year, Our stores show a
finer line of carpets than can be found in any other
one establishment in this vicinity, and our prices on
these goods are as fair as could be asked. We are
showing some of the prettiest
That has ever been brought to the city, and you will
do well to inspect it, even though you do not buy.
Remember our line of goods contains all that a first
class home in our business carries. It's results we
are after and we want you to see our goods.
LEADERS IN OUR LINE.
you the new spring styles in
CORSET ROVERS. -
20 dozen nice Cambria Corset Covers, trimmed with
pearl buttons. 12c
12 dozen Corset Covers, nicely trimmed and well
made, usually 25c.' 19c.
Lot 1 Elegant Persian Warp Prints, new Taffeta
Checks, and very handsome Gauffre effects, ralnea
$1.50, 91.75 and 2, now 98c 25 styles to choose
Lot 2 Fancy Taffetas and Peraiaa Warp Prints,
worth $1, $1.25 and $1.58, now 75c 22 styles to pick
Lot -Pretty Taffetas. Fancy Plaids. latftaa Checks, valaes Tte, SSe,
and SI, now STHC U ktnde tor yoar choo'lof.
. Black Silks rrmoting offering M ledoeed prices:
M-inch Instnona black Fail e. f 1 SB vnloaa, SSo.
ST-incb heavy, black Sattn Dscaraee, SI 40 value at IX
S4-lnch Sao Satin Hhsdaaae, value Sl.SA, at Tte.
SO dosea extra quality Felt Shades, moaated em bast spring rollers,
ISc vainest lie
M dosen now ntocess Shads, bsst rollers, sold s ton hot for SSe,
aad Organdl la da'sty
as, absolutely pars and entirely free frosa ala