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The London for straw bats.
The London for negligee shirts.
The LoDdon for thin coats and ves:s.
Plenty fresh eggs by the case at Beech
er's. W&cttd Ironing girl at the Rock Isl
Fresh table and cooking butter, by the
jar at Beccher's.
Monroe K otin went to Des Moines last
night on business .
H. C. Candler, of Omaha, is in the
city cal'ing on friends.
Home grown berries at W. A Enleb's,
305 Twentieth street.
Neg'igee shirts in variety of styles and
prices at McCabe Bros.
Home frown berries at W. A. Ehleb's,
305 Twentieth Btreet.
For Rent Two nice furnished rooms.
Apply 11 . this office.
Additions in the silk mitt department
this week at McCabe Bros
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs
O. R Wheelaa last evening.
See McCabe Bros' quotations on ready
made sheets and pillow cases.
Perry J Rolland, of Racine. Wis., is
pending a few weeks with friends in the
Ask to see our 75 cent negligee shirts.
Shirts worth as high as $1 75 in the lot
A telegraph report received this after
noon states that the Qiincy ball team
The London is gaining trade eyery day.
Look, investigate, the new firm, Sax &
Rice. They are reliable.
The stage of water at Rock Island
bridge at noon today was 12:50, the tem
perature was 72.
Look at our line ot 2 50 thin coat9
and vtsts. You can not match them
elsewhere for S3. 50 the London.
Miss Agnes Bixby, of H D. Mack's
office of tbe C , B Q . is enjoying a
10 days vacation among friends in Chi
cago. Tbe C, H. I. A P. offers a rate of on:
fare for the round trip to Chicago and
return, the tickets sold June 17, 2t), 21
22 and 23 .
Henry Hoffman and bride of Mollne reg
isterred last night at the Harper, having
just re urned from their wedding tour
through :be west.
McCabe Bros, are headquarters for all
kinds of tennis, Madras, and fancy flm
nel negligee shirts. A full line of ladies
blouses and shirt waists for ladies.
Tom Leary who has been in the west
and south several months past, returned
last Dight from Memphis, where he has
been some time. He will probably re
main here permanently now.
P. J . Gary got into town yesterday
Boning from Minneapolis well tanned
and foottom, but only a few days be
bind the others, after all. Cary clung te
naciously to tbe plug hat to the last, and
6ays it did him no end of good. He is
fully reconciled to Harrison's renomina
tion. Rockford won the last game of the ser
ies with the Twin Citys on Saturday, a
l'irly good game being put up by both
teams. Bixendale and Sage was the
Twin City battery and Nicol and Snyder
for the Hustlers. "Paddy" Dale made a
home run again which assisted greatly iu
keeping up our bovs' spirits. The score
stood 7 to 4 at the close of the game. The
Rockford Star co mplimcnts young Bax
endale on his clever pitching and say
that he is evidently overworked.
A case of bargains in umbrellas was
unpacked on Saturday at McCabe Bros.
They aie gine like hot biscuits today.
A large porker that was being hauled
up Second ayeuuc by a farmer this morn
ing, got out of the wagon and nude a bee
line for Geisler's sample room. The
owner wnt after it and his pigship took
the farmer a chase that led him ou- the
back wy into the alley and made a small
circus for a hrge crowd before he was
Philip Sieberi. a glass blower maiding
ou Tenth street met with a yery painfi.l
accident about noon today. He was n
turning from the glass works carrying a
glass ornament that he had made, and
while walking u'.ong Third avenue near
Sixth street he tripped and fell in -ucli a
manner that his right wrht was badly
lacerated and from which he bled pro
fusely Dr. Trimmer, who is looking
after Dr. Kinyon's practice during the
latter 'a absence, was called and dressed
the wound, which is not looked upon as
Piter E cheibe, the blacksmith of the
Moline C irn planter Works met with a se
vere misfortune Saturday morning. Only
about s;x months ago he had his light
hand caught under a drop which he was
operating and as a result lost the riog
finger at the oand, and the middle finger
at the second joint. He was then laid
up for nine weeks and resumed work only
iibout three .r four months ago. Satur
day morning while workirg at the same
machine, the heavy drop became disen
gnged in sorre manner so that it fell in
time to catch the thumb and first finger
of his left ha id that he was using to re
move his woik between it and the anvil.
A very interesting Checker Contest will
be held in the Y. M. C. A. rooms to
morrow evening tt 8 o'clock. James
P. Reed of Pittsburg Pa., will play blind
folded against six of the best players in
the three cities All members of the
Association will be Admitted on present,
ation of mcmbciship ticket. General
admission 20 cents.
urdfr Will Out.
A couple of old philosophers living in tbe
tountry were one day discoursing on mind
rntl matter w th their backs to tbe flrcnml
their faces turned toward the table, which
Was being se for dinner. That morning
the servant md caught a rabbit in the
warren belonging to the master of the
house, and was about to serve it up in l he
form of a ste .
"Ob. no," -aid one philosopher, mind
and matter cannot blend."
"Still," rep ied the second, "some great
intellects hav thought the contrary."
"That is a i error: and look here, when
1 gaze upon this rabbit, which onlvthi
morning thought, moved and obeyed the
instincts of its kind, I caanot for a moment
doubt the existence f those two elements
which enter into the composition of cv rv
creature endowed with life. Jfol a thoii
sand times no; the whole rabbit is n, r
Just then tl e cook entered the room; she
was observed to llu!i and grow fidgety.
At last she -a d. in a trembling voice
"You are qahe right, sir: I shouldn't
hnve told, bat as you have guessed l In
tact 1 admit ibat it isn't the whole rabbit.
There is a p ece missing out of llie bad
which gave o my cousin of tbe twenty
seventh of the line, who arrived yester
Red K ver Valley farmer-.
A leading railroad man in tbe northwest,
who is noted :or his luminous and pictur
esque way of talking, is fond of cailint
the Red river arniers "the leisure class ol
the west." He Bays: "They only attend
to their business fora few weeks in, the
spring and fail, and that they do sitting
down, with splendid horses to drat; the
farming Implements on which tiny ride
around. When their grain is ripe they
hire laborers to cut and harvest ii. and
then they cash it in for money, fill tbe
banks of the valley with money to the
bursting point ami settle down for a long
loaf, or goto Europe or New York."
Yet they must find a continuance ol
tbeJr strength md prosperity indiversiSed
Canning and ii. hard work, and this i be
ing taught to the rest l.y the shrewder
ones among them, stitch men are making
the breeding f line draft horses a side
reliance, and very many farms now main
tain from 1,600 to 8,000 Percheron, Norman
and Qfydesdale horses, as well as pigs,
sheep and poultry. Julian Ralph in
Julia Ward I
ter, the comp
at table, and si
right hand in 1
dinner with .
to release her
Grand fat her
fess our faults:
say that, as
tiptoe, it was
his marble but
dining room ;
pull; 1 fear I x
my little grim;
never do such
Laura E. Kit
Gentlemen would not use ' Blush of
Roees" if it was paint or powder, of
course not. it is clear as water, no sedi
ment to fill tbe pores of the skin. Its
mission is to heal, cleanse and purify the
complexion of every imperfection, and
insures every lady and gentleman a clear
smooth complexion. Sold by T. H.
Medical authorities say Con
sumption cannot be cured.
There are cases ho1 ever where
persons far goBe with pulmon
ary trouble have fully recover
ed and have died years aftee of
some other disease. Besides if
it can't be cured it can be pre
vented, which is a great deal
belter for the pat ent. If Con
sumption comes from the work
of parasites preying on the
tissues, it is of the first import
ance to destroy these bactilli.
ThisReid's German Cough and
Kidney Cure does While it is
harmless to the human system
This is the merit it p ssesses
over ami above any other cough
remedy on the market It acts
at once and reieves evei v form
of lung trouble, from the croup
or inrancy ro tiie dry hacking
couch of acre. For sale hv all
j . " j -
SYLVAN KeMKDY Co ,
.rami pa Nose.
owe was the eldest daugh
mion and joy of a sternly
She always sat next to him
metimes he would take her
is left, and hold it for nianv
tier, continuing to eat his I
is right hand, while she
o dinnerless than ask him I
Ward: It is a relief to con- i
audit may be my duty to j
Mm as I could reach it on j
my joy to null the nose of I
Ro 8nperhBmaa8trengiri, bat Natural Vigir.
To attain tin nr:cu'arity of tie Individual who
roaps neel thacklea like twig by rimplj hrnd
hie urm ir vouchsafed io few. But to acquire
a rtasonablc m..m.i of i hyeieal Kw. r and con-
ttitBUonsleneigjr,toeat,leepana4igei well to
jionic- an tquatde. quiet m rvou i-v-tcm, is powi
ole to the eervoos, enfeebled sad dyspep cticin
ral.dwbo begins and pursues aeonrte ot iio--tetteiV
Stomach Bitters. The fruit "ii of hi-
hopes i not remote either. Snecdilg relt are the
tonic effects of th inimitable invtgoraat, and
ti ey arc no less permanent baa pronp .it attain
ment. The bowels. ihe liver, the stomach, the
kidneja-all co-operat, under tbe benignaci m
aance of rats comprehensive medic i e, to in. an
those stabte guarantees of health, harmony
regularity, rigor ..r action. Sever was there dis
coveted a medical motor better calculated to act
uaiiand keep moting the ma n springe of health
ful vitality. Dae it tor malaria, rbi nmatimn rr,.
digestion, blliousoeaa. kidna comnlalm I.
t. which st. Mid in the great
t Green Peace, it was a
ong nose, most pleasant to j
t it soiled sometimes with
lingers, i trust children
nanehtv thinss nnralan
bards in St. Nicholas.
ERADICATES BLOOD PC
SON AND BLOOSTAINT.
Ceveral bottles of Swift's Specific (S.S. S.)
emm-iv aeanacn my lystetn i t cont.'.uious
oison ct the very worst tvrc.
v M. Loomis, thrcveport. La.
CURES SCROFULA EVEN
nrhereiu sn.il.es BzeeL
Sir Richard ( twen said, more than thirty
years ago: - it s true the serpent has no
limbs, yet it canoutclimb the monkey, out
swim t he fish, i in h ap t he jerboa, and. sud
denly loosing tiie close coils of its crouching
spiral, it can j rin,; into the air and seize
tlii' bird upon the wing: thus till these
creatures fall its prey. Tin- serpent lias
neither hands nor talons, vet it can out
wrestle the athlete and crush tiie tiger in
the embrace of its ponderous overlapping
folds. Fiir froi i licking up its food as It
glides along, til serpent lifts up its crushed
prey and presents it, grasped in the death
coil as in a ham., tothc gaping, slime drop
rs WORST FORMS.
T IIAn SCKOFI
bottles of S. S.
in 1884, nnd cleansed mv
from it by t ildng seven
1 have not had any svmo
C W. Wilcox.
Spattasbtug, S. C.
- 3 ?5 3) w&m
r- - 2 2 fcatlaSmil
- a ana - HI
c O SeolsUJ
3 2 scCjl
S ?2 ' auasasw I
r 3" faisn a
4 IH l
M c NTIRE
This week we will give you
a few more 6c prints for
One Dress Pattern
to each customer.
Fifteen pieces Tenuis Flan
nels, have been Hc,cente,
Twontv-iiviMv.., , .
Quantity limited to each
hams, regular !
1TV t:ll, ili i
()c a Yard
Visit our Wash Q ,
partment and ..
oMBijr or raori . . ,
Just received bei
Organdies, in light and
1615 ani 1617 Second Avenue.
New styles ol
ROCK 1SL4XD, at,
D. ROY BOWLBY'S,
1726 Second Ave.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
f JLTj Yj J fTS "T A at
1626 and 1527
124. 126 and
One fan Learn I
It is quite ea
write with tin
after t he mtisc
is mure difficn
can learn to w
Week, ami to w
hand as the ml
Louie Globe I rb
oTJae tbe Left Hand EaaUy.
y for a child to learn to
left hand, and although
ea have gut set with age it
It. almost any many man
ite with Ins left hand in a
rite about as well with one
it iii leas than a year. St.
has cured KUNosrasor
CASES OF SKiN CANCER.
Treatise on Hlocd nnd Skin Diseases mallei
tree. Swift Sracipic Co.,At)anta. da.
-Base Ball Headquarters.
DMINI8TRATOB '8 If OTIC S
i t tiie Money.
Doctor Well I'll get my money out of
uni Neverpay tl i time.
Wife Yon s; id you never expected t
get a cent for treat ing him.
Doctor I Will this time. His life was
insured, and lie's dead. New York
'.. ft t. A P. K. K.
Half faru to attend the national demo
cratic convcn'ioa a'. Chicago, June 21
Ti.kc'.s on rialc June 10 to 20, and
ecod to return tr.Ul July (i Sec any
ticket gent of the Great Rock Ishnd
U)ute for fall pirticulirs
JSO. 8 Kit AST! AN. G. T & P. A
S'ina of i ran- Kncamnnirnt.
Tickets at half rates via the liurltngton
route will be sold on account of the grand
annual encampment of the Sons of Vet
erans to be beld at Bu?bncll, 111., June
26. Do not fail to sec this very interest
A handsome cimplezicn m one of the
greatest charms a woman can possass
Pozzoa- ! Complexion powder cires it.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years lie Standard
Estate of Simon E. Fnx Deeeaaed.
Tin undersigned hnving lieen :i( jininted admin
latrator with -he will annexed the estate of simoa
E. Fox late of the enmity ,.f Bock lalaad, st.i.
of Illinois deeeaaed, hereby it'.vts nnrke that hi
will appear bef.ire the eoimtv court of Knc..
Is'.nrd county, at the office of the clerk of aaii
court. En the city of Bock I-::ind. at the Aasnat
term, on the bat Monday in angaat Deal
tttwieh time nil person? l.avini claims arain '
aid .eatate are notified and requested to attend
tor the purpose of hartna the aazne adjusted, a
peraona Indebted to said estate are requested i
mnur- Immediate paynenl to tne nnder-i-ne.
Dated this Oth dayo' June, A n. ltQi
EDWARD F. FOX. adnniatrator,
w :tii 1 be will annexed.
I IS K1
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the fine! brands of dotreatlc
and Imported cigars At brands of tobacco
The score of all the ha!! same will be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
lSfS Second a w
ROCKET KNIVES ar.d SCISSORS took tlie hiffhesl 1
for ("tn-ilttT' if
One need not be toid what a nice present an elwanl Carvi
vf- : llleTM T inea : m m-,. - U III "1 an
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Every wornnn that kumic lmn ,...., v.t.
. , " " r-'-J uvaoc ,111 I B I II . Mill
naisn rir Nt,4 and irono
rn Stoves and Ranges
are the leaders made in Illinois for oar soft coal -an 1 every
guaranteed, ihese are all good tuin-s to buy at Chriel n is
-j v va. vuiueiu am see now- much l have to sh w Vuti
1 (I'll 1 CI 11 . fn I .-. J 1"! .
ia "onui auu uuvtu in nouseKeepiug goods.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor- Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock Is .
C MPARISON Tells the Tale.
P 1 ctory ciiicl
convincing way to form a
correct conclusion as to value is by comparison, It is im
possible to judge from newspaper quotations. For this rea
son wp ask vnn in POATPAUtr 1; f a -km- r-
. vyiui il. uuj 1111c ui q)-t.oo iviens 31111
others advertise at $4.45; our line of $5.00 Men's Suits with
it -i .. . .
mose otners advertise at $7.50; our line of $6.50 Mens Suits
with those others advertise at $10.00; our line of $9.90 Men's
Suits with those others advertise at $13.50. COMPARISON
TELLS THE TALE.
If the quality, fit, workmanship and trimming is not better and the price lower than that of air.
other dealer, don't buy. All we ask that you compare.-nothing can be fairer.
MJ jT Best Equipped Clothing
Wv I and Shoe House in Rock Island Co