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8 THE ABGUB, MONDAY, JUNE 1. 1CS& BILL IS DISMISSED, Woodmen Injunction Knocked Out by Judge Shaw. BUT COSTISTJED PE5DI5 Q APPEAL - A aVaad Yletory for the Atteraere 'or the outer Wtkb UlatoBt Hoped) I the Rtatea( ef tho Ead-SIra Da ta?, llawovev. " The lopoc'ion watch kit so long sung over the Modern YVoodmear of America, restraining them Iron re moving tbeir bead office to Bock 11. nd an knocked oat ttT by Jadge Shaw at Morrison, who dismissed the bill. Tbt Fnltonites, however, prajed a appeal which was granted, and pending this the court continued the operation of the injunction. The case now goes to the app Hate court t the December term. Bo that Rock Island has gained a grand victory, through Head Attorney Johnson and Wi',1 am Jackson, of this city, "who have triuniped over so man ubstailcs. Let us hop) that, while bope is de ferred a lit' I longer yet. that this is but the bright beginning of the end, and that after the attempt of the Fulton people to thwart the Arder has been carried to the highest court in the state that tie ruling of Judge Shaw will lie upheld and the shacklaa which hare bund the order will be seeied. Attaraay at Marrlaoa. Head Attorney J. 1. Johnson, of the M. V. A., and TiIliatn Jackson, who has looked after the order's in terests In this city, went to Morrison this morning to be present when Judge Shaw rendered bis decision on the injunction which has hindered the removal of the bead office from Fulton to this city. CITY CHAT. Pay jour water rent. Order rarriajfes of Cralle A Co. llirycllats. see the want column. The best broom LneVLittle Uem. Jrars Mtlininn has returned to Chicago. Michigan berries cheap at Long's mi evening. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Willey have a new tiatizMer. 4 Miss Irene Lewis is. visiting Chi cago relatives. The. city council has its monthly session tonight. The finest line of hammocks in the city at hrahart's. John Dauber, of Peoria, spent yes terday in the city. Finest turnouts and reliable driv ers. Cralle A Co. Buy your flags and Chinese lan terns at Kckhart's. Judge HigeUiw recoavened the cir cuit court t jIs afternoon. Miss Mary Cletand. of (ieoeseo, Sundaved with her parents. Merchants lunch from t to J 2 every morning at The Club. Last week's internal revenue col lections amounted to 149. 20. Micblgin strawberries, three boxes for 2S rents at Long's this evening. Experience and close attention to every detail. Iralln A Co s. liverv Just received a shipment of self- cieanin in ers; call and see them lavl company. Miss Mame llorhe b.a returned from an extended visit to relatives at Ifennison. Texas. M. J. Younir. (J. J. Doraosev. Ed ward letupry and Charles ilunter uniayel at M. Loots. Crystal self-cleaning filters Erie and Champion filters filter that niter. Davis company. Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Sykes, of Peoria, spent .Sunday with Mr. and Airs, t.eorge I.. Mitchell. The Ancollettes will give their elec-.rlcal aerial art at the Watch Tower every night this week, free. KJ. Aikln, of Carlisle, Ind . is visiting at the residence of George ana j rues 1 rice oa second avenue, Five per cent of our total sales this week go to th cyelone sufferers at Mst St. I.niiii. Young at McCombs W. II. Ilrda is back from Cbicaco. where he participated in Saturday's road race. II) finished in 110th place. Fvery purchase at Young A Mc Combs this week will help some to make a big donation to rvclone suf ferers. Charles II. Lippir.cott and Will Awcrded Highest Honors World' Pilr, WW MOST PERFECT MADE AtwCrj Cream of Tartar Powder. Free Mm Ammotva, Alum or any other aJuIterant. .40. TEAKS THl STANDARD. Dart and Walter Freeman, of Daven port, Viewed the' ruins at St. Louis yesterday.' ' Mrs. Elizabeth Harper, aocom panied by ber sons, T. R. and Fay. reached home this morning from California. Young A McCombs want to tend tlOO to the cyclone sqff-rersand they will do it if you will help oat their sales this week.' Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Min, of Wayne. 5eb., are visiting at th res idence of Dr. and Mrs. Bradford on Eighteenth street. , Conductor J. H. Hayes has re turned, to his duties with the Bur lington road after aa illness of sev eral weeks' duration. Aid the cyclone sufferers bv trad ing at Young & McCombs'. Five per cent off their total sales this week go ior me sunerers' Denenr. Dr. W. C. Braden, of Beardstown, connected with the medical examin ing department of the Burlington, was here today on business. Miss Sarah Green, calisthenie in structor in the Ro-k Island public schools, left today for Washington, D. C , to spend her vacation. Mrs. J. C. Swiler and son, of Val ley Falls, Kas.. after a 2-days' visit to' Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Thomas, left last evening for Cedar Rapids for a snort stay preparatory to proceeding on tbeir way home. Mrs. Hannah Bollman has received a check from the M. W. A. for $2,000, the amount due on the policy held I oy ner late nusoana, join t. bou tnan, the twelfth day after ths filing of the death proofs. The engagement of Miss Gladiolus Duncan, of Moline, and John S. Wilbert. bookkeeper for the Penn Tank Line company in this city, is announced, the wedding to occur the 11th of this month. Suit for divorce has been com. menced in the circuit court by Mrs. Margaret Hermann, who accuses her husband, Andrew Hermann, of habit ual drunkenness and desertion They have two children Annie, aged 8. and Bertha, 6. the custody of wood Airs, nermann also asks. Slater Montrose has accepted the manegemeni oi 4. J. Adams' new hotel. The Adams, at Phu-nix. Ariz, and will take charge on its comple tion sept. i. niater, during bis sev eral years' connection with the Har per, has made many friends who will regret to learn of his prospective de parture from the city. Special reduced rates to Buffalo and return via the Lake Shore A Michigan Southern railway July 5 and 6. Extreme return limit Sept. 1. Mop at Chautauqna on return trip if desired. A splendid opportu nity to visit Niagara Falls. Circa lars giving full information will be nent on application to M. S. Giles, T, r. a , en cago, or U. K. wilber. A. (. P. A., Chicago. Young A McCombs hare evinced a thoughtful and enterprising spirit in endeavoring to aid the cyclone suf ferers or Kast St. Louis. They will donate 5 per cent of their total sales the coming week to that stricken community., Their donation will be made in cash, but all other goods or money left at their store will be for. warned oy mem to the proper sources so that it will reach the suf ferers. TALK OF THE RIVER TRIP. Stnrles Told by People Who Weat oa the Marts. Baeoraloa. The good ship Mary Morton brought her big excursion with which she went to Clinton Saturday saieiv Daca in tne evening, out ac. cordingtothestoriesof many on board the boat was disabled most of the way down ana tnis occasioned con siderable anxiety. The doctor" was out of order and the passengers con sidered this a bad omen. The old time packet floated considerable of the distance over the rapids and after landing at Davenport fonnd it re' quired considerable energy to get safely into port at Rock Island. A stiff wind was blowing toward the shore, and fearing that to land at the dock might result disastrously to it. Capt. McCaffrey picked out a little harbor near the C B. A Q. depot at tne loot of Sixteenth and put into it. A deck band awam to the shore with the line and made the boat fast. when the passengers were taken off. all heartily glad to be on terra firma again. v nue tne management of tne ex cursion stopped selling tickets at Davenport before departure, there were too many on the boat for comfort or absolute safety, although she was not loaded ts ber carrying capacity. A barge should have been taken along, however, as a precaution nevertheless people wbo go on a crowded excursion should under stand that they take tbeir chances. Weds a Saw Yarker. William "Jack" Levey came to town a few days ago to receive the congratulations of friends to whom be announced his happiness on his recent marriage in New York -Jack" left this morning for the metropolis, where be intends spend ing the remainder of his days dii pensing refreshments. Mr. Levey got into several scrapes some few booth ago. After this he went east, where he says he won the band of bis new wife, who has a neat little bar and who is doing a profita- Die business. Tbe barber's art in Europe dates til. . from Muro vi Airxanncr tne Ureat, IrtO H iJ.iwl . .11: B. C. shave. lost tbo beard should give a handle to 4 VUClUKlt Gladness Comes With a better understanding of the transient nature of the many, phys ical ilia, which vanish before proper ef-. forts gentle efforts pleasant efforts rightly directed. There is comfort i the knowledge, that so many lorms or sickness are not due to any actual dis ease, but simply to a constipated condi tion of tbe system, which tbe pleasant family laxative, feyrupoi r ijjs. prompt ly removes. That is why it is the only remedy with niillionsof families, and is everywhere esteemed go 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 all important, in order to get its bene ficial effects, to note when yon pur chase, that yon have the genuine arti cle, which is manufactured by the Cali fornia rig byrtip Uo. only ana sola by all reputable druggists. If in 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 n in neea oi a laxative, one should have the best, and with the well-informed everywhere, Syrup of Fim stands highest and is most largely used and gives most general satisiactton. IT1TiTi mil TT1TTT1 A long lift of the season's choicest vegetables from which you can surely find something to add to your Sunday dinner. Tomatoes, Onion, Kadiahts, Af par -km", V ax Beans, String Beans, Pie Plant, Lettuce, Btete, Can'iflower, Parsley. Mimmer Sqnash, Peas. Turnips, Sweet Poutoea, New Pntaoea, So np Buncht s, carrot. Cucumtxrs, SPRING CHICKENS DSES3ED TO ORDIB. Home crown strawberries. gooseberries, California cherries, b ftk..rr1tJC hanin.ti imnirna ..v'-. - . . . -J ... .... V . and pineapples. Everything we have is the ' best tbe market affords. s .Shoes well bought are "half sold that's why ours sell so easily. Oxfords, Blacks and Tans See our 12 25 Oxfords, Blacks and Tans. THE BOSTON 1705 SECOND AVENUE. STOP THIEF! NEW , BICYCLE Free if Tonrs is Stolen. Cost $2 Annually. American Wheelman's Protective Association. cstxeif C. C. TAYLOR, 1717 Second ATenoe. IMPS. I bsl ease?) BaaaaMBaaaSaaSkaSBaBatftaBySaVS Ladies' WheeL Gents' WheeL BICYCLES. fill llli BUIU Wla,9 Large display of bicycle sundries Lanterns, all kinds. Bicycle oil. Wood rim and tire cement. Chain lubricant. Cyclometers. Tronser guards. ' Lantern brackets. Toe clips, etc DAVID DON. 1615-1617 - SECOND AVENUE. Yum! Yum! Mamma! Krell & Math's soda water is refreshing when mixed with their delicious Cream and FroitSyiops. The gods never mixed their nectar Into such a tempting draught as KRELL & MATH Seive their patrons. It makes tbeir store a rendezvous for the best classes of resi dent0, both old and young, in town. Go into their parlor and enjoy your ice cream, fruit ices or ice cream sodas witn your lady or gentlemen friends. They have the only cool place in the city. Party Supplies! Fine Candies! Try a brick of ice cream, three kinds in each brick. Tour company will be pleased. KRELL & MATH Phone 1156. 1716-1718 Second Ave. Just Received 600 New Styles in Men's Suits which we have placed on sale at 33.90 Fop 61,1 ts that arc wrtn - - - $7 4.90 r. suits that arc worth a - - - Q 5.00 For s,,lts that are worth - - ... j Q . a. - Qa0Q For sm(s that are worth - - - . . QX Biggest Bargains in town. McEntVre-Mecti Dry Goods Cb. THR RAPr JTM rT?vrrir i a.i a un, ANew JRecord for VIE HIVE PASSED ALL MAT RECORDS IN THE volume of goods handled, and in spite of prices being lowered to a degree never before known in the history of Bock Island; have alio passed all records in dollars received. We wish to do equally well in June and will spare no effort to bring Jnne prices to a point within easy reach of alL Capes at Half Price. We bat ticked oot fcont 50 of our best cfrth .,0 niBga and tba prices will b - "i. ................................... ........ wwc ties capes at i.Mctpea at tl. J 2 eapeaat .....tsss Ij.ao cipe. at .,... Baralr lb BTlot is worta tbe comlag. Child's Jackets. At ;be sama time we make two lot ef all cbtldraa'l abort jaeksta aad aell tbem tbis way : Ml tba preitr ooe. worth S3, f. V 60 and as. at M SS. The aty little gwaenta at S3, $j 75. U aad t M. at tl tl. boa oant save aianey easier taa la ma lug tasss Jackets bow. Shirt Waists. Baodtomar tbea Tr an the new sbirt waists recahred auaost dal'y here. Dainty lawns ana diBttiea deftly made aa to look almost like aila . Tbe ow prioee are a m at excellent featnre of theae watats. Aa a apecial drive we will sell ahitt waists of lawa aad porcale. snrh aa are Belling at Sic and St. for S5-. , To dwtribaia the lot aa fa'rlj as pooub'e wa p'ace a Hm'.t of two to a caatomer. a Here at Home New Parlor' CLEMANN & SALZMANN LEADERS IN OUR LINE. Sixteenth street and Second avenue. Compire our SJ.90 suits with those other dealers sell at 7; the $9 suits; the $5 90 with the $10 suits and the $6.90 with You'll find them just as advertised. M 1709 and 171 1 May. eai ms, very Sattabls ji air. a an You can find a finer display of parlor furniture than you see in many of the so called stores of big as sortment All that is to be had in selection and price we carry every day in the year, Our stores show a finer line of carpets than can be found in any other one establishment in this vicinity, and our prices on these goods are as fair as could be asked. We are showing some of the prettiest Furniture That has ever been brought to the city, and you will do well to inspect it, even though you do not buy. Remember our line of goods contains all that a first class home in our business carries. It's results we are after and we want you to see our goods. Second Avenue, Rock Island, m. - Table Linens. NOTHING THE BATTER WITH THESE TABLE damasks, except the prices which are badly ahaken op. The gain Is yours: as inch k'aeeaed Hoea. S lae pattaraa, valae SSc. at SSe. SS-tBck kaaTy ateacbed Unea, t ana patterns, nine sac. sale price S He- Herb bleached Moca, tSae aatteraa, valae Sac Mle Bites Sc. SS-lacb aowoa dsasass. S baadioaia pattaraa, Sea valae, sale artce ST SO. S8-inch eatia Salsh Irlah daaaaafe, S Bottana. tbIm 80. aale ariro etc. Very uprrlor valaea la blaaebsd table daaiaabs. worth froaa Kc as tl Sx.for tbtaaaleat7Se.8BcaiidSKf. Two apecial lota of (l enaaa errant labia hneae, will aell oaieklr at these redaced prices: At (Tse a yard. patter a?, SO aad SI Inch cream lla-. a, valas SOa, At tuc a yard. S handsome patlataa, valae Sic Towels. Fad ttae. treat ealeee and eat pricea. At lSHc, IS doaea back towrta. aaeetiy ISxSS taahea. tbe Mad yea a -aally par Is to tne lor. At lac, SS ooat hack aa damask towela. mostly SSc Talaea. Theee lota may aot last the woea cat. a Mattings. Two lota of desirable maatnae from over the aea. Tbe kat of aneh mautnra roe'll ret tbla year at theee tittle prkos: IS rolls h-taa ssat tlaf. while it laate, per yard, ice; It rolls daseaese maiuaa.two pai terua, uual 18c quail ij. per jard. lsc Sundry Things Cheap. ' y).rnn,Jn"'L1 "".. nice for work kosoa. too. while they aVaaS: kw Mats emraSTaaei aWaaQw .1 la a . . . here 10c; 1100 jaatkacee of aoilet paper. 400 heet?ti packaaa. aaiy stiver plated torka and apoona, 4c oah, or per ret U ail, SJc; f a:; para $4.90 with the the $12 suits. Try a Pair of our Hot Shot Shoes, only $1.50