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Wa.k-.os shoes at the M. & K
Hot weather wearing apparel M.
R. S. Silvia of Carbon Cliff was in the
Speci ll bargains in ladies' low shoes at
Robert Lee of Cable was a Rock Island
vis tor to lay.
Try the celebrated Uji tea, for sale by
Driffill & Gleira.
Wail paper, wall paper at the Adams
Wall Paper Cos.'
Finest assortment of ladies' walking
shoes at the M. & K.
See our line of summer coats and
vest?. Lloyd and Stewart's.
The oniy place to buy your wall paper
and curtains is the Adams.
Ilot weather coats and vests in great
variety at L'oyd & Stewart's.
From 85 cents to $1 50 saved on every
pa.r of shoes bousrht at M. & Iv.
Children' straw hats and caps a large
assortment, at Lloyd A Stewart's.
Novelt'es in ladies' Oxford ties, beauti
ful assortment, at the M. & K.
Call at Driffill & Gleim's and get a
sample of the celebrated Uji tea.
The largest and prettiest line of strw
hats in the three cities at Lloyd ft Stew
art's Cht-.s S:m?er was assessed o and costs
for intoxication by Magestrate Wmllthis
Wall paper cheaper than the bread you
buy to clean it with, at the Adam's wail
Mi6s Toliver, the reliable hair dresser,
has her hair dressing parlors completed.
Ladies please call .
N each assortment of ladies' Oxford
ties was ever displayid in Rock Island as
M ft K are now showing.
Call and see our line of white and fan
cy vests. Oar line is larger and more
replete than ever. Lloyd & Stewart's.
Juiius Stroehie left yesterday for Indian
territory where he will remain several
months, and expects to return in the
W. M. Uoderhill of Marengo. Iowa,
is in the city on a visit to his son, M . F.
Underbill, and will probably make an ex
tended visit here.
The Twin-City Fourth of July com
mittee of eleven will meet at Moiine at ID
o'clock Saturday morning to attend to
Durness of importance.
L'n.-n m'.j Siiurrlay afternoon at Mrs.
Boffaaa'i residence. Evening, fine
music, ice cream, strawberries and cake
for sale. All invited.
Drill I ft Olefin have the agency for the
oetebrated Uji tea which for flivor and
price is unequiUed. Call and get sample
pickago. It coata yon nothing.
Sprcia! train to Chicago on Sunday,
June 19 via the great R ck Island route,
leaving B ck Inland at 11:48 a. m., tr
riving ij OaicagO at 5 o'clock. One fare
f r round trio
G: re B Br iwn?r the popular and en
tecpri -ing pro r ct r of the E m street
grocery his purchased the Columbia
meat mark et of Thomas & Co., and wili
conduct it here if er
Tl e if rt n- n
rroi. wan sirs. j. w . t oss, accom
panierl by Mrs G.-orcc Snuey left ia9
night for S ainton, W. V., to spend
the siimm r. ReT. Shuey will join his
wife there the Utter part of July.
Mrs. Agnes Frysin2r and son Harry,
who came on fro:n Baltimore in attend
ance upon ihe funeral of the late Benja
min Frvsinjicr, of Milan, will remain in
the city a short time before returning
Do not put nfl t ujin2 your wall paper
wbftn you can buy it so cheap. The Ad
ams Wall Pap :r Co. can simply you with
any quantity and at any price, which are
guaranteed lower than any otner mcr
chant west of Chicago.
The Rock Ul .nd kindergar'.en is lo
cated up stairs in the rear of the Cbirs
tian chapel, the entrance baing on Third
avenue. For further information call on
or address Hertba J Petersen, 530 Wrs'
crn avenue, Davenport.
At Turni r ball tomorrow night occurs
the meetinc of young democracy for the
pornow of effecting apermanent organiz i
ti in (fa youn? mcu'g demicratic club
It is d.s,irod that there should hs a larfjc
attendance as permanent officers will be
DIS1 RESTING ACCIDENTS.
Dr. Berry, the well-known specialist, of
Chicago, U coming. Dr. Berry's success
as a If cialisi on chronic diseases i- pro
bably familiar to all our reader-". Ho will
be at the Harp r hotel on June 2T and 2f,
and sta'e? that he will he pleas -J to set
any and all who are BNBntec from any
f trin of chronic disease of whxh he
makes a specialty.
A. Child Rarnedt Ufaih In Davenport
and Oi e Kan Over and Killed at
Dorothy T( gt. the 6-year old daughter
of Hans Vogt proprietor of the St.
Louis hot?l in Davenport, was burned so
severely this afternoon that she died
from its effects about an hour and a
half afte ward. While playing with
other children at a neighboring house
she got h )ld of a can of kerosene, which
was igniud in some manner, causing the
A little colored girl apparently about
eight yea s of age was run over by the
express g( ing out on the Peoria road this
afternoon near the brick yards at Sears .
The child was fata.ly injured and died in
a few m nutes afterward. The little
girl's nam. was Mary Travis, daughter of
J .hn Trav is of Sears .
Milan, Tune 15 Rock River is on the
The abs( rbing topic is sidewalks.
lU-tmin Brown, who ha been very ill,
is improve-.ng somewhat.
Fred II imes returned from Cham
paigne, where he has been attending
Walker Bros, have opened a butcher
shop in JO( Fuzp-itricks store room.
Oscar Ramaet has renovated the store
room he has occupied for some time and
can now be found at his benc'a rep.irioi;
watches an 1 clocks.
George Schneider has removed his shoe
stock from joMsmith's store room back
to the old stand
We are much pleased to see Cap. Whit
ney making an effort to help build the
three miles f canal advertised.
There s. ens to be a hum around tne
engineer's office waiting for orders to
make dirt tit on the canal route.
The river at present is affording much
pleasure f.r our young people, however,
Mr. White t ikes more pleasure in carry
lot; his b.iat than staying in it and row
ing and pall ng for the shore.
Chas. Johnson and wife ot Platsmouth,
Nebraska ar.- visiting with Alex Brown.
Joe Fi'zratrick has purchased the
storeroom formerly owned by McFarland
and at present is adding a much needed
improvemen' repairing and painting.
The s'orm on Monday proved more
ssrious than was expected. Adam Pal
mer had rive head of stock hilled by the
1 ghteninc; a so much damage done by the
wind. The norm traveled east from his
farm, plavlni: havoc with timber and
groves. Lar'e oaks and timber of all de
scriptions be;ng uprooted, many houses
unroofed, barns and sheds demolished
and-continue I in doing so over in Henry
county. In one instance one person
loosing a bar:i that was not found up to
Tuesday ever. ing.
Tin- .iil W ho l . . . ! Him So.
"Hn, hal" nl 1 Chappie Kizzleuig, ar.d ha
bMghed fat Khoulish kW;
"I'm waUag ove to a dozen girls, but nono
sliall mar -y me;
I sife-h to tl.em and Ma tn Itlimi and fall iiixib
As I twist tlieir trusting heart about precfoatf
a 1 plea. ."
Aiui tiie parlor clock
&aat On, 1 irk. tH-k.
And Uie gaaliglil nickered low.
As he waiting at and hild hia hat ;"or I'v uiri
who loved him so.
And vhen twa'd friasled her old .!d hair a;::1.
painted hi r faded face.
She was a visiic fresh and fair, v. i i h ctnuely,
"Poor, nuiHi ting Molt" thoagbt he; "she
little drea oa that 1
Flit on from bi:d to laid as does t l.c enreiis
Am! tl e parlor clock
Heat on, tii k. took.
And tl.e t;a licht tlieki red low,
AshcFonnla'n planned to bold (be hand ol
the girl Who loed him SO.
And when the g vper time arrived hi
And words be wished to emphasize
her band a aanoi 81
There was no or. e near bis tale to '..
told her of hi- love,
Astiueand pur. and i-.msta.u as the
And the parlor clock
Beat on. tick, toek.
And lbs gaslight Bicken i I
As wiib Ml bile a-t be woo the heart
wl.o loved 1 1 nn so.
And the tend. , trustful maiden, -hi-
iHUKhed a gentle laugh.
For sbe knew ea b word raa clearly caoghl In
her sofa pi. Olograph.
And when be kneeled before her she a button
gently pros el.
And her pAOtogl aphic camera in siieneedai
Anil tlx parlor clock
Ileal on tick, toek.
And tin gaslight flickered low.
And sbe sweetly muled, did the gniieleai child
the girl who loved him so.
The world went round, and by and by be tired
of her love;
Twas then thai be reminded Jiim the stars
still shot)'- u.iovc.
And into the court the phonograph and the
photograph ivere brought.
And the (ray roUJ a man threw up tin- smno.
for be saw t lat be was caught.
And tb- parlor clock
Deal on. tick. lock.
And the gaslight Dickered low,
And the truest- al r.one and be -avc hi- nama
to the girl ho loved him so.
'l'bat s 111a llusiiK-ss.
The lard roffa or never knows v.-l;if lie
can do until be tries. Boston Coiiiuair
There Will be a Meeting
of the stocktoli crs of the Home Build
in" nd Loan A sociation of Hock Island
at their office in Masonic Temple block at
8 o'clock p. m. o l Thursday evening June
2'i, 1892, for the purpose of ilecting six
director.. R A Dcnai.dson, Sec'y.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard
Two ITarvaril Stories.
I was talking with one of the English
professors at Harvard yesterday about his
department, and he told me of an amus
ing mistake made by one of the students.
All juniors are required to writ foren
sics on prescribed subjects. One of the
most recent subjects riven out was,
"Shall the Electoral College Be Abol
ished?'' This he thought was a perfect
ly plain subject, excellently suited for
discussion, so be was somewhat enr
prisM to have one student come np and
tell him that it gave no chance what
ever for argument. '-Why notf askd
the instructor, "I think there is a trreat
deal to lie said on both sides." "Well,"
answered the student. "1 can't see how
you, a Harvard professor and a Harvard
graduate. Can sec any argument to
prove that college, with the elective
system should lo al dished.
Another story is going the rounds of
Harvard, and this time the joke is on
the professor himself. He is a very for
getful man, and in calling tbo roll, al
though his class is small, still has to re
ly on a printed list. The other day he
found, to his dismay, that he had for
gotten his list. What should he do?
The office required a report of tin- at
tendance at the lecture. He could not
remember the faces or names. Aha! a
happy thought. "Gentlemen, there is
one seat empty," said he; --will the wn
tlemun who absent kindly tell mo his
name':" Bo.-ton News,
An old schitolniaster, a venerable dja
dple of "good old Isaak Walton." once
told a Compjfhion contributor this pleas
ing tale of bis life as an angler:
I remember when I was a boy going
out one morning lofore sunrise ! fish
for pickerel. I had just hooked a lug
one when along came a man. Unsaid
nothing, but with month wide open
stopped t. see the fun. The contest had
lasteVl more than half an hour, when
suddenly, just ;.s I was about to land the
prise, the pickerel, with one hist rush
for liberty, made good his escape.
With a lump in my throat I instinct
ively turned to the man for consolation.
'Waal. I'll Ik- hangedf" he exclaimed.
"Yew held en ter yoor end, young fi Uer,
but he didn't hold on ter his' nf Youth's
A Dark MyMery.
Good Little Bov Does majority rule in
Tather Indeed it does.
Good Little Hoy Then how doe it hap
pen that one ba.l little hoy can get all us
good little boys into no tnueh mischief?
No Snperrinmaa Strecu lb, bat Natural Vigir.
To attain tbo m cu'.'irity of the Individual wbe
snap -tool -ha -kles like twijt- by simply hend
iue hi arm is vouchsafed to tew. But t.ai quite
a reason tble atnotint of pby-ii-l power an.; eon
It tatkmal energy, to eat, sleep and dlKett well, to
aoatoataaca taole, oviet n. rvoni -y-tom. :- -,Kssi-nk-
lotho Hereon, eafaebled and drsnep rtio in
tra !d who ii, n am! parsaai a conree ..t Boa
tettvi's stomach Bttterm. The fraltioo of hi
Hope ta not reott- either Baeedilg taltatetM
tonic off tt- of !ho Inimitable invigorant, and
they arc 00 Mat pern, mam Mian pronp ..f ittjiiu
mefct. The bowela, the liver, tin- noaaacb, the
kidaa.a- all oo-operat. anderthe beaignacl ha
Aoace cf tbbi compreheneiTe mono: a, to insare
those (table guarantee of health, harmony,
regularity, vior of action. Never w.ie thi re di-
coveted Beat l rr.ot...- bettor ealcelated t act
aateand keep moving the ma aapriagfof health
raMitatitjr Daalt ror malaria, rheumatism, in
aigottl ui, billooaoeaa, kidney compialut, la
w nCRELT a vegetable conipound.
(r made entirely of roots ana herbs
JL trtithcrcd from the forests of
Georgia, and has been used by millions
cf peopU with the best results. !l
All manner of Blood diseases, from the
pestiferous little boil c i your nose to
the worst cases of inherited blood
taint, such as Scrofula. KhL-umaii.sm,
Treativcn Itlood r.ttd Shin neae mailed
free. SWIFT Spi CIVIC Co.. AtUnta. Lia.
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'.615 and 1617 Second Avemie.
New styles ot
This week we will give you n ,
a few more6cprints forinSnamS -
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One Dress Pattern h, ,
iu cacn cusromer it- i , u
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WASH Gi )( IDS.
Visit ,:nr Waal ; j, ,
partmeni an 1 - . '"'
vaiierv t t M. ' "J'
Just wceived b
Cj - j. in
Fifteen piec-s Tennis Flan
nels, have been vcente,
mntity limited to each
ROCK ISLAND, ILL
D. ROY BOWLBT'S,
1726 Second Ave.
CLEMANN & SALZ
1525 and 1.527
124, 12-1 a 1 m
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
wil Ail m :fS- a i wian
1 & AJk i
' OCKET KNIVES and SCISSORS took tit- n
tor quality. If you want a good knife try i-ne.
One need not be told what a nice prveerit an eles i
bet like those I have to show will bn. Also those
Gold Medal Carpet Swee
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on lianrt the flr.rst bramls of do"-i-?tic
Bd imported rk-ars. All btaad of I.. .
Tin- core of all the hall gaataa will bs- received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
Ever-woman i hat keens hons w.inta u , ,
finish Fire Sets and lions.
Acorn Stoves and Ranges
are the leaders made in Illinois for onr soft coal -an 1 it ne
gaarant-ed. ri hese are all good things to buv at Chri
any othtn time. Come in an 1 see how much I have I -that
is useful and novel in housekeeping good.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock Hand
COMPARISON Tells the Tale.
The proper, most satisfactory and 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 we ask you to COMPARE our line of $4.35 Men's Suit
others advertise at $4.45; our line of $5.00 xMen's Suits with
those others advertise at $7.50; our line of $6.50 Men's 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 any
other dealer 'don't buy. All we ask that you compare,-nothing can be fairer.
JP jf Best Equipped Clothin
and Shoe House in Rock Island C