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Council Meets and Ad-
its Until Thursday Evening.
r KXar Pay R II Adopted and
JP1 C f.rx.TL Room Rock Island,
952. The council met in ret--cconthly
session at 7:30 p.m.,
Vw Jfikor McConocbie presiding and
I al Jermen Dresent f-rrpnt Rlrtl
iicienscner, unyer, Hetter and
. 5fc-!tion of Aid. Schrocder the re&d-
ainutes and reports of the city
to was dispensed with.
W frcm the finance committee
tts-i he audit of the monthly bills
i?ed an ordinance allowing same
"tai s nnanimcusly adopted to the
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12V 00 i !fth Ave
43 31 Public Socare
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?n r-iion of Aid Schrc-dcr the spec
wi, -r.-rioiittee and the committee on
wnrks wat impowered to make the
aw1 -xwsiole arrangement regarvlinkT the
f"H ot ihii watcrmains east of Thir
,Sr Ttlh street and Fifth avnuc.
Tkc Jtayor and fire and light commit
t -.. -ir.D pl-.-,..r -o ant for the pur-
J- aoxiuarj oewtr pump to re
ftmm water in the slojgh.
? Wioa of Aid. Schroedtr the coun
m vivurned to Thursday evening next,
'Uh. ROBEHT KOEHLEIt
ifcaias City $5 today and tomorrow at
Jfs 3 s ticket office
'Tired aV the Time."
te jcplaint of many poor mortals, who
mjm at where to Qnd relief. Hood's
.3wrpirilla poseesses just those elements
V iSWDtth which you so cbrneslly crave,
build you up, give you an appetite
sgttec Tour stomach and nervei! Try
aWod" Fills act especially upon the
2mr, ronsing it from torpidity to iu
3"1 duties, cure contvipation and
&ibMB City $5 today and tomorrow at
JWHagh's ticket office.
sJsed in Millions of Home
Will Don retun s to Colorado tonight.
Boy wanted at 730 Nineteenth street.
Wednesday of this week Mclntire
An event Mcl aire Bros,, Wednesdiy,
Nice Btrawberr.es at DriffiU & Gleim's
Nice straw btrr es at Driffill & Gleim's
New York 15 first class at Charles
McHugh's ticket fflce.
R. L. Cramptoi came down from Chi
cago to spend tie Fourth with his par
ents. Mrs. W. T. Call leaves tonight for
Marquette, Mich gn, on an extended
Flood sale this week in McCabe Bros',
annex on Eighteenth street. Prices cut
right in two.
Henry Jen-. ings left for Pennsylvania
this morning, his old home, to visit
friends and relatives
Mr?. J. Cain left for her home in the
west, after a shoit visit to her old friends
in the city.
Fielder Roberto of the base ball team
is laid up with t. fever at his boarding
place on Third a-enue.
Half fare to K-.nsas City, St. Joseph.
Atchison or Leavenworth at McHugh's
ticket office toda j and tomorrow.
John Stroehle and wife accompanied
by their daughter went to Chicago on
Saturday to sp nd a few days with
The new stearr roller got into the ditch
a. Fourth ovenu e and Fifteenth streets
this morning anc came within an inch of
completely capsi: ing,
Basement department flooded out
tcods opened up in McCabe Bros', annex
on Eighteenth street. Special sale this
week of all soiled or damp goods.
Beginning th:; evening the clothing
and shoe storei of the city will again
adopt the early closing movement, al
merchants closi ig their places of busis
ncss at 8 p. m.
Dr. C. B. Einyon has returned from his
extensive trip ea t, Mrs. Kinyon stop
ping in Michigat to visit. The doctor
was re-elected to the board of census of
the American In: titute. gkj
Wednesday, i.'rs. Greenawalt's last day
of business. Al! persons haying accounts
are requested to call and settle same at
once. Milliner's wall showcase for sale
cheap at Mrs Greenawalt's.
J. C. Johnson and John R. Stengel
have formed a c -partnership under tte
firm name of s tengel & Johnson, and
whosa business will be known as the Rock
Island Brass Foundry. Their works will
be in connection with the Rock Island
The Twin C ty team lost Saturday's
eame a' Anr ra by h scratch, the score
standing 3 to 2 ia favor of Aurora. The
bois won restart ay marniaii's game 1 to
0 and the aftern. oa's game by a score of 7
t"1 f) Aurora W il now rlr.ln n.it if Ho
1 -i,'ue and pcrht.ps EvaBSttTJa also.
Read the list ii McCabe Bro's. adver
us abator good: the; were oblig.d to
move out of the. r basement on account of
the high water. Sime damp, som? soiled
out all cheip. Now offered in their an
nex on Eighteenh street. Rooms for
merly the Jr'crguion ineuranre offices.
There is much righteous indigoatioi
am.jug KflUeati alon.j F,ri svenue over
one of the R. r & P. locom.itivcs that
Hops in the vicnity of Eleventh, Twelfth
and Thirteenth streets and lays there an
nour at a time emitting a nerve grating
sound that is anything but pleasant.
People living ot Second avenue also com
plain of the sam: nuisance.
A dispatch frc m New York to the Chi-
cago Tribune sp -aks of thr passeneefs on
I - w
ctcamer Knoa to h tve been infested
w'th sroVI y-,x ay'lK escaped U8 quar
antine officers, aad t'aat one of the DiS-
seneer6 named Wdford wa? bound for
Rock Island E -ikll C jmcaLjioner Et.
stcr is on the lookout for the man and
will attempt to find him if he is in the
A number of vp'jMicgos met quieMy
Saturday nighi and took preliminary
steps looking tr the formation ot a "Lib
eral Re publican Club " The Minneapo
lis platform wai adopted as a declaration
of faith . T. E. Thomas was elected
temporary president and W. H. Conant
temporary secretary. The members are
obliged to swear allegiance to Harrison
and Reid and pledge their best efforts in
support of U.ct candidacy.
Tomorrow, Wednesday, July 6, Mcln
tire Bros , will iave with them for one
day only, one ol the largest importers of
iorc:gn dress ge ods in the United States.
Large and elegant line of fall goods, in
imported novelt.es, robes and whatever is
Dew will be shown from such manufac
40 Yearn the Standard
turers as Theodore Gey, Geva, Wallack,
Mulhausen, Tobourier, Paris and others.
Special orders will be taken for early de
livery. No duplicates. Tomorrow.
Judge t O Wilkinson has been retained
b the committee composed of Dr. Calvin
Tuesdale and Messrs. John Ohlweiler
and John Crubaush to make the contest
of the recent school election. In speak
ing of the probable course of procedure in
prosecuting the Case3, Judge Wilkinson
stated last night an action would likely
be brought against the candidates shown
by the face of the returns o have been
elected, and that the two cases now be-
ore the supreme court would in the
meantime decide the illega.ty of the law,
which Judge Wilkinson says he has no
ttoubt is unconstitutional.
In the police court this morning Hugh
Mallory, John Swanson and U. C- Hall
were fined $5 and cos's each for disor
derly conduct, John Kiskadden, August
Stuckhouse and Mary Stafford 3 and
costs for drunkenness
Jack Levey went into Drost's saloon
on Twenty-second street on Saturday
night and got into a altercation, the result
being that he was struck several times
in the face. He found Officer Mu'queen
a few minutes later and the two returmd
to the saloon, where Levey pointed out
John Conwell as the person who had
struck him. The officer started to take
Conwell to the armory, but was inter
fered with on Twentieth street by Con
well'E brothers ani some friends, and a
disgraceful affair ensued in which Officer
Mulqueen was roughly handled. The off
enders were finally taken to the armory,
Jerry Caughlin having had his head laid
open by a policeman's club. They were rc
leasedonbonds Sunday night. Sylvester,
William and John Conwell were each
charged, under the state law, with riot
and released on bonds of 500. Jerry
Coughlin, charged with resisting an offi
cer, was released on bonds of f 400, and
John Schnitger, another participant in
the affair, was this morning fined 5 and
costs for interfering with an officer.
Coughlin will have his hearing next
Thursday, and the Conwell boys nex
Kansas City f 5 today and tomorrow at
McHugh's ticket office.
When the lips are dry or scarred,
When the teeth are dark or dull,
When the tongue Is hot and hard,
And fills the tainted mouth too full,
The magic SOZODONT supply,
And all those ii Is before it fly.
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need to
To cII yonr attention to a few facts:
Your evee itht 1i price'.e?' the eye need good
care: improper peciacVs are ii)ar:on, yon
fhonMiot truH yoar cyeight to irre. poncble
penaieri oi cneap fpectaciep.
H D. FOLSOM
Is a Practical Op'ic;an. ard will take pains to
proper:y ni yonr eyes lor e orv detect or vis;
anil will guarantee a perfect ti: in every cte.
If the lines in this diamond figure do not
appc-ar equally black in ail the different
meridians, it indicates a defect of sight
that causes nervou? head-echo and should
be torrectod ut once. F.j-e.-, bested free.
H. D. I0LS0M,
Jeweler and Ontirian
COMPARISON Teils the
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 Men's 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 am
other dealer, don t buy. All we ask that you compare.-nothing can be fairer. '
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1615 and 1617 Second Avenue.
New styles ot
D. ROY BOOTS,
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Panor.
Always on hand the finest brands of doTcstic
and imported clears. All brands of tob'.cco.
The fcore of a', the bat; games will be received
L. GLOCKHOPF, Prop.,
18feS Second Ave
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We want to make it one of
Pleasure as well as business.
Wednesday, July 6th
IS THE DATE
July 6tb, don't forget.
W edneeday, July 6 h, one of
the largest importers in the
U. S. will be with us for one
day only Okf. Day Only.
He will have for your inspec
tion a large and elegant line
of Imported Dress Goods in
and whatever is new for Fall
1525 and 1527
POCKET KNIVES aDd SCISSORS took the UlM wemmm
for quality. If yon want a good kntf-nyone
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
nniehEFIe0,randiarnkrPS l o'.Iror.
ctneJhetleaer?TTmade iu Illinois for our soft coai-and everv on
any otnei time. Oomein and see how much I have to show win
that is useful and novel in housekeeping goods 7
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cnr Third Ac nA t ,.
LT Best Equipped Clothing
I V and Shoe House in Rock Island Co.
Wear from such manufactures
as Wallack, Muhlhaueen. 1
dore Gey, Geva, TabouriV
Paris and others as well known'
We will be pleased to Lave
you make selections of such
goods as may please you.
Will be sold.
Too early, do you say? N0
not if you care for real choice
This will be
An opportunity to select from
Larger Assortments than any
of the larger retail houses can
afford to carry.
Please call whether you in
tend to purchase or not.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
124, 126 and 12S
wcuuetn otreet, Kock island.