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THE AlmOB, FRIDAY, APKLL 24, 1G96.
CITY CHAT. BtMrai' bicvele. Strawberries at Look's, t Epjr S McDonald1! ad. Bikes for ISO at McCaba's. Strawberries at Hess Bros1. Remington wheels at J. W. Stew art's. Plant ofntee strawberries at Hess Bros. . Trade at Msuckers' cash Stores and save moaev. Officer Lawrence Kramer is able to be on duty again. Adams has them the wine colored gentlemen's shoes. Lawn mowers, all sixes and prices at J. . stewards. One little dollar burs a swell shirt. Sommers A La Velle. Hess Bros, is the place to buy your Bandaj dinner, bee add. Nineteen cents for the 25 cent kind of underwear. The London. - ToTing & McCombs wll give away carpet sweepers tomorrow. Ordsr jonr roast for Snndaj din ner at ii. ireetnann s sons'. Red Riding Hood corn CO cents a dozen at Hoiton can grocery. fio to Iloechtr's for jronr butter. eg''i and flour and sate momey. Special sale of children's combloa tloa sails at M. A K's. tomorrow. The very latest productions in men s shoes can u lound at Adams Our 1 rLlMs suits are not shoddy Only AO suits in the lot. The Lon don. W. C. Kimball and thra sons were la the city from Buffalo Prairie to day. John Leonard, of Moline, was ar rested last night for cruelty to ani mals. M. K. have them in Ian, Ticl and patent leathers, all widths, from A to E. Shoes rhesp at the New York Leader, HJ3 Second avenue. Rock Island. John Scheuermann, carpet weaver, 2704 Eighth avenue. All work war ranted. Flowers at 10 cents at New Tork Leader, 1C23 Second avenue. Rock Island. There will be services at Trinity church tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock. Very pretty children shoes in different shades can be seen ' at Adams'. Headquarters for novelties in boys1 and children's suits. Sommors & La Velio. .Somothin; new in neckwear. The very latest just received at Stewart's, the hatter. Our 19.90 and $10 suits for men re the talk of th town. Sommers & La Velle. Plenty of frese table butter In any quantity jou want, to be sold cheap at lieccher's. You know where to get the proper thing in a hat. Stewart, tha natter, has the latest. Miss Jennie Kane arrives from Chicago this evening for a few weeks' visit at home. Fur Saturday only 39 cents for a laumlrlud pvrcale shirt others sell at 75 cents. The London. M. & K. are the people who carry that good kind of summer underwear, the kinJ that wears writ. Strawberries, bananas and oranges and all kinds of fresh vegetables always on hand at llorton's. M. & K's. straw hats are all in. If you want to know or see what tha style looks like call. M. & K. Money saved is money made; that Is why there Is such a wide path leading to Mauckers' cash stores. Ten doxon men's and boys' silk lined birycle cap, summer weight, 10 cents cash at McC'abe'a tomorrow. Tans shoes. 13.2.) a pair for gents; beat any $1 shoe in town; all shapes and a beautiful shade of tan. The Boston. Sterling silver headed canes 92A fine, fancy patterns. $1.60 to 2 00. only 75 rents; 100 In the sale. Tha Leader. Visit the big spot cash department store tomorrow and get one of those fine carpet sweepers free. Young A McCombs. Here's a stunner, children's com bination suits coats, two pair pants and a nire golf cap at ft S tomor row M. A K. Fort Armstrong Garrison. Daugh ters of Arm-Mean Revolution, will be entertained tomorrow afternoon by rs. E. W. Hurst. The trial of Teddy Kelly, who Is Awarded Highest HonorsWorld' Fair, mm CHEAT.! DACfflNS MOST PERFECT MADE A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free torn Ammonia, Alum c any other adulterant. 40 YIAM THI STANDARD. accused of murderously assaulting May Peck, waa postponed until to morrow afternoon. Special millinery Bale 'for Seturday. Prioea greatly reduced on trimmed haU, at the New York Leader, 1629 Second avenue, Rock Island. Jump into those 13.25 tans. Don't get left, boys, as tbey are the smoothest for $3.25 you ever saw. The right color.. Tha Boston. More pretty new styles in gentle, men's tan vici and patent leathers at M. A K's. than all the othera com bined and prices so much lower. See the grand bicycle announce ment of the Sechler Carriage cam. pany on page four of The Akocs this evening. It should interest every body. Oxfords, oxfords, black and tan; new shades and shapes. We lead In style and quality, and we make the prices. See our 12.25 line (special). The Boston. Mrs. Wesley Herbert and little sob have gone to Vicksburg, Miss., to join Mr. Herbert, who is employed there. They will make Vicksburg tbeir future home. All wool fancy cheviots, checks and Scotch effects. Dozens of pat terns to select from. Suit made to order $16 and $18 by A. Kipp A Son, in Hurst's new block. A-12 pound son arrived in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George F. Roth this morning, and George is passing out the smokers to his friends with a liberal hand over the result. Hon. W. H. Gest and City Attorney J. L. Haas have . returned from Peoria, where Judge Grosscup set three weeka from next Monday aa the day for passing on the Rock Island central depot case. The combination auits which M. A K. place on sale Saturday at $1.48. consisting of coat, two pair trousers and a nice golf cap, are not the-l snoaay printed satinet kind but good solid stuff all for $1.48. Good clothes hunting is like house bunting trving businesr If you don't hunt In the right place. Yon leave all clothes worry behind when yon enter our doors. A. Kipp A Son, 328 Twentieth street, merchant tai lors. An Investigation of the actiona of Officers Carlson and Carn ea in giv ing W. J. Price and Lawrence Eihl an uncalled for ride in the hurry-up waa made by the police committee. A report on the matter will be made at the next council meeting. McCabe Broa will sell a dozsn new light, stylish bicycles, ladies' or men's, tomorrow, Saturday, for $30 each, cash or half cash, would be cheap at $50. Also, to bicycle riders only, one to a customer, the well known Demon lamp, 25 cents each. Zee McMahon, the well known Rock Island railroad man, has come to the conclusion that he is unable to further pursue the duties of the artisan, and beginning with May 1 he will be found dispensing refresh ments in a place on Eighteenth street, of which he will be proprie tor. Frank Dunlsp,. who is traveling across the country on a bicycle, hove into kock isiana yesterday and will remain a few days before continuing on nis journey, naving decided to re main over to attend the Sechler com pany's cycle show at Moline tomor row. Mr. Dunlap has made one tour of the world on hia wheel. The Chicago Chronicle has a dis patch from Paris, 111., to the effect that J. II. Maguire and wife are under arrest there charged with abandoning a 2-weeks old babe at Danville last Tnesdav. Mr. and Mrs. Maguire were married in Rock Island last Tuesday. Mrs. Maguire being formerly Miss Avis Atkinson. Her father, William At kinson, telegraphed to Paris todav to ascertain the true facts and believes there most be some mistake about it. Maaeher's Caab FrtoM. Cash buyers should not forget that . C. Maucker, corner of Fourth avenue and Seventeenth street, and E. L. Maucker, on the Milan road, are selling for cash only, and are not asking you to pay aome other per son's bills by way of extra profits. We quote a few of our low prices: Woodman's choice flour, per sack 99c Other good brands, per sack 89a Rye flour, per sack 27c Rye meal, per sack 25c Graham flour, per sack 15c Corn meal, per sack 10c Best tomatoes or corn Scans.... 15c Other brands of sweet corn 5c 3-lb can of apple butter 9c Anderson's jam. 3 cans 25o Best butter, per pound 15c Best kettle lard. 3 pounds 25c Sugar cured ham, per pound 10c sugar curea picnic nam. per lb.. 7c Raisins, prunes, canned fruit and all kinds of dried fruit too cheap to quote prices. We also carry a full line of feed, hay and atraw, and our retail price is so low that you will lose money if you pass our door. W. C. Macckkr. Corner Fourth avenue and Seven teenth street. E. L. Macckkr, ' Milan road store. " . Tk WmUht. Fair weather tonight and Sat urday; slightly cooler tonight and warmer Saturday. Today'a temper ature, 68. F. J. Wax. Observer. Public Katto. Nolice Is hereby given to all whom it may concern 'that the commit- ftiouer or navigation hs authorised the changing of the name of the steamer. "Matt F. Allen." to that oi carrier." W. A. Blue. April 80, 1896. Gladness Comes With s better understanding of the tranaient nature of the many phys ical ilia, which vanish before proper ef forts gentle efforts pleasant effort rightly directed. There is comfort in the knowledge, that bo 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 xvhy it is the only remedy with millions of 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 alfimportant, in order to get its bene ficial effects, to note when you pur chase, that you have the genuine arti cle, which is manufactured by the Cali fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by ail reputable druggists. If is 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, but if in need of a laxative, one should have the best, and with the well-informed everywhere. Syrup of Sigs stands highest and is most largely used and gives moat general satisfaction, AAAAAAAAAA 4 Iff I VAa. IIL-I tr iicii iuu if dill Something to finish out your Sunday dinner re member that Hess Bros. C are always in the market with the best to be had. For this week we have: VEGETABLES. Pla Plant, Wax Beans, Turnips, Onion. New Potatoes. Parsley, Pea. Ridlefees, Soup Inches, Beets, Leek, Tomatoes, Pro mpt, Caenmbtra, Sweet Pota toes, Arp.riKu. Cabbage, Cel ery, Bead Lettuce. POULTRY. . Drerssl Chickens sad Turkeys. Spring Chickens dressed to order. FRUITS. strawberries. Oranges, Banana, Choice Sating Apples. ONLY THE BEST That can be found is fur nished and all orders re ceive prompt attention. r iiiEsslnos.i Ladies . Those New Oxfords Are here. Blacks And Tans, AA's to E The Swellest of the Swell THE BOSTON 1704 SECOND AVENUE. " Blank Books AT C. C. TAYLOR'S 1717 Second Ave. Mc In tyre-Reck Dry Goods co. THE BARGAIN CENTER 1709 and 171 1 Second Avenue, Rock Island. HL Ladies Wheel. - Gents' Wheel. BICYCLES. All Styles and Sizes. Large display of bicycle sundries. Lanterns, all kinds. Bicycle oil. Wood rim and tire cement Chain lubricant. Cyclometers. Trouser guards. Lantern brackets. . Toe clips, etc DAVID DON. 1615-1617 - SECOND 1 AVENUE. Sdettlits Tell Oi that there ue 10 Pounds of Glue In Every Man's Body. We intend to STICK to the idea of hand ling the best Candies and Bakery Goods in town, if it uses up our entire supply. KRELL & MATH LOOK AFTER YOUR BREAD and HEALTH What is more impor tant than the Bread you eat? It should be pure, fresh and healthful. Our Bread is beyond question in these things, and our prices were never so low as they are now, and that's saying a good deal. KRELL & MATH Phone 1156. 1716-1718 Second Are. IMPORTANT TRADE EVENTS. AMONG THE MORE IMPORTANT TRADE EVENTS "of the week will be the sellinjr here of 40 Moreen and Sateen Skirts, worth 2 and 2.0, at tl.48; Spring Capea in handsome stylea at fl.98, $2.3. S.98, $4.62 and 16.60, worth $3.25. $4. $5.50, $7.50 and $10: Wom an's Spring Weight Mackintoshes with the new mili tary cape and handsomely lined throughout, splendid and serviceable. $8 Mackintoshes at $5.62. and the summer Uuderwear. Hosiery and other special salea mentioned below. You canH afford to miss the op portunity to supply your various needs at small cost. SUMMER UNDERWEAR BARGAINS. ..fiuh5",n.'?.m" i practically a neeeatitr. It caa aji'T ana rb'.plj dot at toee all arieee: va setr 00tto "MSJ ribled Ve. fall tagta. and ilses. 10c nA2t7rnbd C0Kn V"t" Up nd 1c sack sad arm holes, l&o "'j1 and sera Egyptian cottoa Veer, in a Tartar of Styles, 7, cg f.acy tapoe. lc rait., at 15c nlMnTu ls?' COtn "' taaUo-el ilk Plato subbed, -tfIt.5S.bi d,!t,'jr tonm Ki Tests lneera and 22 iSlL5T-th ""J" a.t two profit saved to yon. high 'r .'1 ?:C- fT!e "l ""f leTe, all with elcg.ut Special .ot of cottoa tnton iuiu, is rallies at 18c. CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR. At ftr Good quality, worth 13o. At 10o-Ntcely tap floithed and worth ISe. Jc-hP2 Veu of BgypOan cotton, ntailly Be ' At e cry One Bgyptiau cottoa Vest., ells flsish, worth 88c. LACE CURTAINS. THE LACK CURTAINS WENT WITH A BUSH last week. We continue the sale another week with the addition of aome extra special values which came too. late to mention last week. Yon can sere money on Lace Curtains right now. The offer of si pole and fixtures with every pair of curtains at $1.50 or over will also hold good this week. KID GLOVES. 4 - . Hew lots st a net lees thra aeaal aeteea. A Srire of SO down Hoe U lore, rral hid, hook ev baUoa, alack sad color, f 1 SS and 11.90 qsslilie. at S83. White Glove, in .nperior quilt kid, black sattcbJag. fast asasUj pay 11 ts for then, bat h.re Sl- Fine chamotsGiovee ot the best Bakes, tastes at Ike asaal Ms sad Sl.lo TSlaes, only 7B sod STc NEW HOSIEBY. Hew Hosiery st carprieloKly .mall prices. 40 doxsa taa sad crasa ectored Boas, ISe valves st Tc, s fbae palis ror Sc For woman who wear email sizes we offer SS doaea vary Sao striped Bom st the sbsardly low price of lOe. Women extra ana goafs Uermadorf fstt black, fall,rafaaj Boss, SSs ones, 85c. . Ilea's prisM Benndort fast Mck Pose. French tea. deabla Seles tad high spread heels, 9c one st SSt, ot Are pair tot 1 . MOTH BALLS. Are yoa stortnc fart, blanket, or other winter arttdstf Cte Hath Bsils ta th parking. Price here e tot large box. MEN'S INDIA GAUZE. Shirts end Drawer, sateen faced, st only ISe. Ilea's fine balbriggaa bblrtt and Drawers, th S6c vslss, He, Many Handsome Homes In Rock Island have been furnished from our im mense stock and its possessors are pleased with their purchases. We are not experimenting in this busi ness, but have had years of experience. We know what the novelties in our line are we buy them we know what they are worth buy them at prices that are not exhorbitant and you in turn buy them at correspondingly low rates. Our Immense Assortment of Carpets has never been equalled in the three cities and we invite comparison. Call and look at our goods and prices and satisfy yourself. In plain, fancy and sub stantial furniture we take a back seat for no one and are anxious to have you investigate. Window shades, curtains, straw mattings, rugs, novelties in furniture, and in fact the most complete line in every depart ment Give us a call. CLEMANN & SALZMANN LEADERS IN OUR LINE. Sixteenth street and Second avenue. M . & K. Are now prepared to show you the new spring styles in Boys and Children's Novelties 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 r. qure. We have well sewed, well buttoned, well pocketed boys' knee pants suits, splend d wool fabrics in good styles at $2.50, $2.95, 50, $5 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 and styles. Star Waists, Mothers' Friend Waists. We have the satisfying goods at satisfying prices. Will give your money back if you think we ought. ' hS S & men's uits at $3-90, $4-90, $6.98 to $10. Sweaters 18c. All wool bicycle pants $1.85.