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Good Form at the Boston.
Buy your silk mitts at Bennett's.
Beits and sashes at Lloyd & Stewart's.
Russet Oifords ladies' 75c Boston.
Nice large spring chickens at South r
& Son's .
Red goal Oxfords for the children, at
Nice home grown strawberries at
All kicds o! home grown vegetables at
W. A. Euleb's.
AM kinds of home grown vegetables at
Fine s rawberries and gooseberries at
Souder & Son's.
Turtle soup at the White Elephant
Attend the mass meeting at Harper's
theatre Saturday evening.
Do yon know what Good Form is?
Read tLe Boston's ad, elsewhere.
Warm weather is here and you need a
pair of Oxfords. Try the Boston.
Attt r a the workingmen's miss meeting
at Harper's theatre Sunday evening.
Nice beets, beans, peas, cucumbers,
new -.-.mips, new potatoes, at W. A
War." A good strong young man at
Krel. A Math's to work in bakery and ice
Pood Form is a $ 00 monthly maga
zine. free at the Bodon. Read our ad
Eve rv body is respectfully invited to at
tend the workingmcn's mass meetins,
Sunday i veniug.
Persons wi-hing to secure furniture on
very rea.-onablc terms, call at ll:J4 Third
avenue, Saturday and Monday.
Ripe tomatoes, wax beans, cauliflow
ers, cabbage, new potatoes, home grown
peas and all kinds of fresh vegetables at
Souder & Son's.
Cbax.ts Moody, the big-hearted, jolly
moterman of car 31 on the Third avenue
line, is bsck oc his car after a protracted
tuss'e with the rhcuma'ism.
AH young men should attend the
meeting at Turner hall tonight for the
oermaceLt orgatiizition of a youni;
ea'l '.emocratic club.
L aderh.il & Glass will serve a fine din
ner at their new restaurant in the Ameri
can bote, tomorrow and also Sunday for
25 ccr.:- and tbey know how to provide
Wt: a it comes to a stylish, handsome
Oxford, bootee or southern tie, there is
nothing in the three ci ies to coaapete
with oar line of fine goods, both as to
style and fit The Boston.
As announced in last night's Aiti.es,
the Y. P. S. C. E. of the Christian church
wil; give strawberry and ice cream so
ciable at the church this ev. ninc. Post
pone your ecg igi ments and speed an en
Hi;.';, (.' nweli, Jr , has opened a sa
loon at C211 Third avenue and will give
his opening Saturday night. He will
handle the best of everything in his lice
an 1 endeavor to t lease his ptrons. All
are Invited to be present and enj y a fine
lunch on the opening nifht.
Ashley W E:liott, of Edirington town-
Skip, is putting up a substantia! barn. :0x
00 feet, and is to stand 45 feet high. The
masonry work has just been completed by
Leo Little, ef this city, and McAdama, of
Reynolds, the contract for the building
having been let to Mr. Uartman c f Anda.
Mary Anna, the 4-ycar-ld daughter ef
Russell Scott and wife, residing on
Thirty first street, died at the home of
her parents at 3:4.") this morning of diph
theria after an illnesss of IS days. Tl e
funeral occurred at 8 o'clock this atti r
noon, the interment taking place in the
Jude AJams has named Me srs J. R.
Johnston, V. M. Blanding and S pence
Mstthison commissioners of the lower
Seventeenth, Sixtoen'h, Fifteenth and
Foi.r.eenth street paving, and Messrs.
J. R. Johnston, John Crubauyh and E
E. Parmenter commissioners of the
Seventeenth street sewer.
Rock Island is soon to have a new bus
iness firm Wright A Greenawalt being the
title. The firm is to be c omposed of S.
B. Wright, eo long connected wi h
Carse A Co., and P. Greeuawalt the well
known cashier of the R. I and P. road
Tue firm i- to embark in the boot and shoe
bueinesa. August 1, and Mr. Wright leaves
tomorrow night for the east to purchase
If th.: street railway company disires
to have all of its men uniformed bv the
Fourth of July, it had better be giving
notice to that effect. There are some
men on ihe lines to Moline who eeem to
have no particular disposition to don
reguialljn style. As far as the bridge
line is concerned, all hope of seeing the
men on that branch all in uniform may
as well bt banUhed forever. It can't be
done, but the rest of the lines on this
side shou d endeayor to make the con
trast soon apparent.
Officer vramr last night arrested Wil
liam Brooks on the charge of robbing
Dixon's tailoring establishment about 10
days ago. Brooks is said to have dis
posed of some of the stolen articles during
the past few days. He was arrested
about f i ur years ag ) by Officer
Kramer lot robbing Z turner's tailoring
establishm .-nt, for which he served a term
The fire alarm shortly before 8 o'cK ck
la-t night vas from the Western Union
Telegraph cilice and was caused by the
insu'ation )urning off the wires iu the
cetlar and latching the wood work An
alarm was :urned in by telephone and the
departmtn responded in exceedingly
good time. A few pails of water, how
ever, with 'he assistance of the chemical
extinguisher served the purpose and no
water was thrown into the cellar. The
damage wi,'. not amount to scarcely any
thing. Mt,ry Travis, the fittle 7-year-old
d-ughvr c John Travis ucd wife, a col
ored family of Sears, whose sad fate was
mentioned :n The AJtOOS last evening,
was Caught by the engine in attempting
to cross the track to reach some coaipan
ion on the tber s;tL. She was picked
up by the t. ainmen and taken to Milan
where she d ed in a few minutes after
their arriva'. A coroner's jurv composed
f J. K. I randenburg forem n. L V.
Eckhart H. D. Folsom, J. R. Johnston,
J L. Pxeemsn and George Solander, was
impanneled by Coroner Haw s last even
ing and the tvidence in the case is being
heard today. The funeral of tut- unfor
tunate little girl was held from her
parent's late home at 4 o'clock this afternoon.
lasafftnal on of ChiMrva nt Night.
A word. R rand, a shadow will start a
shild'a imagitiatioa into wild activity. Un
reasoning fee m will run riot in him; a host
of dismal poaMbilitiea will suggest them
selves, ami we only who can remember
back Into the lays ,f our infancy can sym
pathise with hose- Uncontrollable terrors
which make t .1 crueler punishment to
some children to ba left alone in the dark
than the intli tiott of any bodily punish
ment could be. Their cry. like Goethe's,
when bis last light gloomed upon him. is
for light. An 1 froia what untold miseries
would a night Lamp save them:
In a -lory we lead long years ago an in
fant was represented as thus crying; for the
licr.'it His mo) her responding to the call, a
philosophical liscussion ensued between
her and her little one: and by a series of
artful qn.-st k) is site entrapped him into
the nil.ii.o-, 1,-. gment that the candle he
travel was nothing but wax and cotton,
"Ant! how t an wax .tin! cotton help you?"
was, if we ten amber ritjht. her triumph
ant conclusion is she left him. if not recon
ciled to the darkness, yet beguiled by the
sophistry into delusive submission. We
doubt not, however, that presently lie was
quaking again with all hisforaoer fears,
which, perhaps were no worse, after nil,
than the spur oils comfort lie bad bee-n
subjected to .Vrgosy.
Wmi n ami Gray Hair.
An industry which is probably net cata
logued in the list of trades is that of jrrny
hair polling; bat a few women in New
York make their living in this way, Evi
dently the .id tradition that "for every
gray hair pulled out three will come to the
funeral." does lot obtain asitm the em
ployers of these artists.
To some wont ii gray hair is very becout
rnp. or, rather, Rome Kray hair is becoming
to its owners. Straight, fine hair, when it
i- trray. does no: prettily frame a face; it is
heavy and lifeless. A woman possessing it
is just died in pott Eng the evil off as long as
possible. Coars -. fluffy hair, with a ten
dency to curl, is a considerable beantifier.
Many wotm n It: ving such are surprised to
find themselves after years of common
place looks, endowed by the whitening of
their hair with really distinguished ap
pearance. It is a mistake to dress gray itair negli
gently. The "sweet dishevel ment" of
loose locks and t scaping curls does not be
long to silvered rowna. Frizzes ami banga
of gray hair sue equally out of character.
Soft puffs, or a la Pompadour, are moat ef
fective coiffures when the youthful color
has departed from a woman's glory. Her
Point of View in New Vork Times.
The Trust masitted to Women.
It must lie conceded that in our time
women read books more than men. Men
are too absolutely absorbed in business, in
invention, in investigation, to read much
more than the newspaper or the book per
taining to their particular profession.
The multiplies ion of women's clubs is a
wonderful ineent V to reading, for there
must be urban a Ive study and thorough
research, by sonu of the members at least,
to produce the truly admirable papeta that
are often read lief tre us.
Granted i ils some assert, that women lack
In inventive faculty, may we not claim
that the service we are rendering is no
trifling service! We women, and the few
men who love these things, are keeping
alive in this practical, scientific age the
ran-books that we cannot afford to lose,
and the literary, etic faculty and insight,
I without which t le world would be blind
I jet it be our car -, then, to appreciate this
sacred trust, to xmserve literature and
never to betray i' by galvanizing into life
: any unworthy th night that were better
.dead. Amelia K. Wing in Business Worn
, an's Journal.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years ti e Standard.
The KiKKMt saeeeN r ihe Hna.
The New Rocky Mountain Limited.
The "Travelers' Official Railway Guide"
f r May says, iditoriaily. "The excellent
management of the great Rock Island
ro.ite impresses itself upon the traveler,
and it is no disparagement to the mtny
excellent examples of dining car service
to state, ss the result of our experience,
'hat this service on the 'Rock Island
road' is the best of any we have en
joyed." No Other service in the world
like it. Try the new "limited" that
leaves Chicago daily at 10:45 a. m , is
only one night out, and Hrrives at Den
ver, Pueblo, or Col. Springs next after
noon, earlier than all competitors. The
ojly direct line to Manitou.
.Ino SBBA8TIAH, G T. &P A.,
There Will be a Meeting
of the stockholders Ol tue Home Build
ing nd Loan Association of Kick Island
at their office in Masonic Temple block at
8 o'clock p. m. on Thursday evening June
i'i, 1!S92, for the purpose of electing mi
director.. R. A Donaldson, Sc'y.
No Superhuman Strength, but Natural Vigor.
To attsis the nr cu'tirity of the Individual who
snaps steel ehacnlca Iflra twitf- by .-imply bead
ing hit ana i- vouchsafed to tew. But to acquire
a reason tbls. amount of physical power aad cou
rt .tiiti,n.il energy, to eat. - In i and digest well, to
l3isess an eqaatile, quiet n, t ,.:- xyntesT, :- ;
oie to the aerfDOS. enfeebled sod dyspep etn b
rs'ld who begins and paisaes aciarae ofiius-tettct'!-
Steaueh Hiitirr. The rroidoa of his
Maes is not remote either BneedUg feltateUie
tonic effect" of he Inimitable tngo(aat, and
tley are no lts- perinaiient 'hah pro up of atiait;
meLt. The bowels, the liver, the stomtch. t ite
fciilne.- ail oo-operat, aadertha beatenaat in
Ounce of this eoaiprelieaatve ate .ici e, to injure
those s!al)le eiiaranlees of health, harmony,
regularity, vior of action. Never was there die
coveted a tn, di -al motor better calculated t act
uatc atut keep moving the ma i, oprii tgt of health
fni iiatity. Ueelt for malaria, rhenmatlem. In
dlgertton, bUtoaaaeaa, kidney complaint, la
Mrs. E. J. Unwell. Medfnrrt, Mass . -;e - : r
mother has been cured of Scrofula by the i-so
. mi bottles ef :, . r h:t in ; h..
tch other treat- SS8L5 :
reduced to Quite a low condition of health, as it
Wis Ihousht she eo;;,l not live.
I Cored my little hoy ofi
1 tar. scrofula toTN v!
I over his ' "
ar i bad
as vi tniiueei
wImi ttVs cured him, snd no I
ptosaa of the disease retuain.
BQOk T. 1.. MATHElf. Mathcrville. Mi-s.
i .-. - uu L.o.. . and Skhi Dlaeaacl mailej fr,-e.
t uf r MlCIIIC co.. A-.o. L.i, I
London Electric Vaporizer.
The Blind See! rf Deaf Ef:tr:
'ur : M a-"- of tin- F.v4 , Kar, NofC ltl
Ti.r'f. 0f8 vv.Mk o; n.fl;;n d eye, broocbUif.
h'i- ft-vtr. w tir:tl:.t. rflmovcfi cat art b frt'in i!t.
heful, threat, linip, suomach or kiiiOy-,
Itiin in nm J-afr; J ar.- cnrcii hy t!::- nil r
onlf. FlaysietaiM :r.- Ocalit ar.- r qui Btefl ; dm
thin treM nu-nt ir. all rh onir and nhj-tiLiit s ca' s.
ttaWdruiueat with txCSX UutracUoos touI toani .. i
dveji for 52
LONDON BtsBCTBICOO Peoria ill.
Bstatfsof Slmoa k K.x Deocaaad.
Tho audi ricr.-ri h-ivniLT bcea :ir pofattr1 admin"
i;r:i; r witli toe vrii astifsied the ratato nf Siiii in
K Pox lata f the cociiiy ..f Bock lahuuH, rtu
of I Dtoofa tlec'Ajetl, barebjr irivi ootioa ih:: hi
wi ; a:icar tcftri' tlu connry court of Roci
lalaod cotinty, attbeoSoe of "the cleric of l
co in, iuihocity of Hitrk talaad. at the August
term, on thr first Monday in Ai:l'ii-: v i
which time all ;ero!i( tiiivini clainn afalu
aa i cfTate are notttfnfl and rooussjtoft to iiu ti
ortbepmpoao of bavtag Cbe aatno adjuMefi. a
;eronf lndehod toam eatate are requested i.
maae ImmednUa pn.vmet.t to the und.-r-in.- .
Dated t&ifl 8th dav of Juue, A 1). ujm
EDWARD F. POX. Adrntaiatratoc,
Kb fhc w1!' nrre i
pa at s is s 1 i
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M C I NTIRE
This week we will give youl
a few more 6r prints for
One Dress Pattern
'to each customer.
Fifteen pieces Tennis Flan
nels, have been Hc-,eente,
Quantity limited to each
nams, regular :;c
ity, take them alo
6c a Yard.
Visit our Wash a ,
nartmpni nnA .
variety of fabrics
Just received beaut!
Organdies, in light , 3
1615 and 1617 Second Avenue.
New styles ot
ROCK ISLAND, ILL
D. ROY BOWLBY'S,
1726 Second Ave.
CLEMANN & SALZMIN,
GREAT B A.RGAINS
1526 and ir-,27
124, urj and
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
ISSOLUTION of Partxkkship
Tac ea-partneihp baicta'oN fxisiinp umi.r
Um firm na of Thoais A; Co.. bM amj i i ei
disMtlvad ly aratasi c,in-rn sod tas bnsiM j
will ht'rcitf ter It - rontlui tel by t-cir- Browiu-r
wmi wilias nme .11 liabilities sad collect all aat-ht-inr.iiiL-
i:o.:k lc.anil J:::,-.- If,- i !9-j
It. V Thomas,
George Blown, r.
POCKET KNIVES and SCISSORS took th ,
ror quality, it you want a good knife try one.
On- need not be told what a nica nr.Lnt n au h. . .-.
sei iiKe uiose 1 Uave to show will be. Also those
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Every woman that keeps house wants
finish Fire Sets and Irons.
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on haad tae Saest braml of domestic
sad Imported cfaran. All l-atnl ol tobseco
The score of all tin.-!all :imi will bj received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
18rS Second ve
Stoves and Ranges
are the leaders made in Illinois for our soft coal an i -
m. Aiirsr .itfitll PUOIl licrs tn hnv 'ii
j - - . . . vy'nir til .11 i prM lulu.- n ii,- ri'iv-, - . i
that is useful and novel in housekeeping goods.
JUrilN . JNUr TSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street. R
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 Mens Suits
others advertise at $4.45; our line of $5.00 Men's Suits with
those others advertise at $7.50; our line of $6.50 Mens Suits
with those others advertise at slO.OO; 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.Jdon't buy. All we ask that you compare-nothing can be fairer.
JD jT Best Equipped Clothin
and Shoe House in Rock Island G