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-:- -:- from waist to heel Inside and out, through and through, there's not a flaw In cloth or making so much for the worth of H.S.&M. clothes. Now you know there is no more relent less enemy to high prices than this store. Big value, small cost, what more can a clothing customer ask? This Libel en a Garment In. sure Perfect Fit I -nd Satisfaction It stands for the best that Money Can Buy or 8MU Produce. YOU FIND THE NOBBY STYLES IN Crash Suits, Duck Trousers, FANCY And a Beautiful line of Always at Money yeddlng Gifts ARE THE BEAUTIFUL IMPORTED VASES. BRIC-A-BRAC, ANO THE MANY HANDSOME ARTICLES IN OUR STOCK. WE CAN SUIT EVERYONE'S FUUSE. H. D. FOLSOM, Jeweler. 1703 Second Avenue. torn m. F4B1DON. paridowt Painters and v 8H3?. 119 Sr7OTtawitb St.. TiCCZ V3LXm. IU. Mvers Contractors for &11 kinds of Heating Apparatus, Plumbing and Gas Fitting. First class work only, and at the lowest prices. Opposite Hnrpcr Hocse. 1 s i VESTS their Coats and Vests at s - saving Prices. EASY TO SELECT FROM LARGE ASSORTMENT OF HBUBT a.. FAIIDOI a sour Decorators & Company Agents tor the Cele brated 'IDEAL' STEAM AND HOT WATER HEATERS AND Worthington v Steam Pumps I DER 1821 SETO m. A ---SHOCKING. FATE. Little Joe Van Hoe Frightfully Burned. XEROSHTE OIL OAM EXPLODES. TM CihrtiHto Bql Flea Utaralfj iaaatiS rw Hm4 Foot aa C as a RIIr to Bis kOvkt ATOrrlhta Sight. Joe. the 8-tmmM bob of Mr. and Mrs. August Van Hoe. 706 Eighth avenue, was snocsingiy fatally bnrned early thia morninir. The ca tastrophe Was the result of the oft xl rl L. I a , r , . . wiu uimiuuu, uuuerias,ing OI Ugnt- ing b fire with kerosene. While the oil was be i np nonred unnn thn hnrn. tag kindling to which a light had jui ueeo appneu in me cook score, the bottom of the can blew oat, the explosion enveloping the lad with fire, and with his clothes all ablaze he rushed into the street screiming piieouslj. The sight waa pitif nl as the Helpless boy dashed madly about, his clothes being burned from him as he ran, while the flesh wai liter ally roasted from his bones. Before he could be rescued be was frightfully our sea irom neaa to loot. Drs. Bradford and Comegya were sum moned and the found the bov'a enn- dition heartrending, not only in the eni 01 me cruei ravages 01 the flames, but the awful intensity of his sufferings. The best thev conld dn waa to alleviate the pain and await me eua. Dies From tha Effects. The unfortunate littln follow tin gered in indescribable agony until ure minutes Deiore noon when death brought an end to his misery. LAID THE CORNER STONE. Qermaa Lathmu Hold Imarass Itt Can- mooUa iMtwdar. Impressive ceremonies were held on me occasion 01 ine laying 01 the corner stone of the new German Lutheran church on Twentieth street yesterday. In the morniner at 10 o'cleck Rev. L. Wenter, of Hampton, delivered an able address in the German lanpnaira. Then Rev. A. C. Mennicke. pastor of the cbur;h, assisted by Rev. L. Wenter, C Mennicke, of Spirit Lake, Minn., and Prof. C. A. T. Selle. laid corner stone. The box contained: A -constitution of th cbucch, book of the conanered'. catechism, names of the congrega tion and contributors to the building . , fund, oopies of Thb Arous, Union, Volkt Zeitnnsr, and Lntheraner. history of the church, this year's church calendar, -and the names of President Cleveland, Gov. Altgcld, and Mayor nox. In the afternoon Prof. C. A T Selle made an address in English on "ine uuei Corner Stone of th Church Proper." FoUoa Matters. The Augustana Book concern was entered last night. The till was tapped, but it only contained some small change and a few stamps. Hazel Luster wasfiiedf5 and costs for disorderly conduct. She and Felix Ueiindeiks were out Saturday Felix said Hazel stole his watch, but he couldn't prove it. Both were uronK. Fred Tubbs, Clint Ross and Willie McCullouch, a trio of Seventh ward lads, were lined $3 and costs apiece fur disorderly conduct. They were arrested lor carrying on at the Au gustana college grounds. The fines were suspended on a promise of good uenavior. A Broken Arm. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Heffner, 903 Second avenue, were visiting at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. P. C Jones in Daren Dort veaterdav aftr. noon when an unfornuate accident resulting in the fracturing of his left arm oeieu tneir 4-year old son Iran cis. The little lad was rnnnlno abont the yard with several other children when he ventured a iumo from the porch. The distance was not great, but Francis alighted on his arm and broke it at the elbow. Dr. W. L. A. lea was called in and adjusted the fracture. Francis stood the ord-al like a little soldier and he la getting along all right now. Senont Klacuoa Mattes. Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, June SO, A. D. 1896, in the city of Rock Island. 111., an election will be held for two members of the board of education, which election will be opened at 8 o'clock in the morning and continue open there after until 1 o'clock in the afternoon of that day. The voting places will oc as 10110 ws: - First Ward Franklin boae boose. Second Want 1014 Third arenas. Third Ward 1314 Third arennn. Fourtta Ward School house. Nineteenth trrel and Fifth avenue. Fifth Ward Homs notue, TwentT-aecond turret. Sixth Ward K Fifth arenas. Seventh Ward Street oar ban. B. r. KjioX, Mayor. Boci bland. HI., June 1BS8. ChlcBB .Esi The C, R.L4P. railway will sell round trip ticketa to Chicago for 14.97 July 4. 5. 6, 7. and 8. good to return until July 12. Thia redac tion is on account of the democratic national convention and will be the only opportunity this season for a low rate excursion to Chicago. Six fast express ' trains daily ia each di rection on the- Rock Island route. Service unsurpassed.. Iowa Fair tonight and Tuesday. Illinois Fair tonight and Tuesday ; wanner Tuesday. Today tem perature .80. : F. J. Wau, OTmrTBr. ' WILLIAM WHITE NO MORE. Death came to William J. White. soft of Mr. and Mrs. William White. 415 Fifteenth street, at 8 o'clock yesterday morning after six months suffering with consumption. Six weeks ago when tbe ailment began to manifest its worst aigns Mr. White started for Colorado Springe in hopes of regaining strength. But it was too late. When Kansas was reached he waa unable to proceed further and ' returned home to apend hi remaining few days. The deceased had been book keeper tor the Kock island Buggy company, for which firm his father ia a traveling salesman, from the time of Its establishment four years ago until last March, when failing health compelled him to surrender his pos ition, lie waa z years 01 age, hav ing been bom at Chagrinn Falls. Ohio. Beside his pa-ents a brother, T . , - . VT,t; uviog, auu out) sister, i:iiia, sur vive. The funeral occurs tomorrow after noon at 2 o'clock from the residence with interment at Chippiannock cemetery. Col. Brackets Dlra. CoL Albert Gol latin Brackett. a former resident of this city and an uncle of Mrs. C W. Durham, 1030 First avenue, died last Thursday at his home in Washington. Col. Brackett distinguished him self in the Mexican and civil wars. He was burn in Cherry valley, Otsego county. New York, Feb. 14, 1829. In loin he went to Indiana, and in Jane, 1847 became second Heater ant in the Fourth Indiana volunteers in the Mexican war. When the civil war broke out he became colonel of the Ninth regiment of Illinois cav alry in October, 186'. He received the brevet of major, lieutenant col onel and colonel for gallant and mer itorious service daring the war. Col. Brackett was retired at his own request February 18, 1891. THE MOLINE SILVER MEN. BepBBileaa Party Bolt A-ala Asserts Itaelf. . The mass meeting conducted on Market square in Moltne Saturday night by the bolting silver republi cans was largely attended, and of alarming effect to the party which has for so many years been undis mayed in its strong hold in that city. Dr. J. W. Morgan called the meeting to order, was elected chairman, and spoke at length, as did V. O. Reed. J. W. Atkinson, George Evans of Chicago, and T. H. Ellis of this city. Tbe trend of all remarks was to con demn the late political republican convention's platform, and to land aud uphold Senator Teller as the logical candidate of free silver for president of tbe United States. Much enthusiasm and earnestness was shown. Ba k From New Mexico. Mylo Lee and son Tom are back Irom their Mew Mexico trip which was taken in the hope of proving beneficial to the former's health. While the trip was much enjoyed the aestreo euect was not attained and Mr. Lee feels that it will be neces sary for him to go elsewhere for a Denehctal climate. But it is hardly necessary to say that Tom's constitution has been strengthened by the southwestern breeze Tom will grow in any old climate. He says that the City of Mexico is an ideal place to live, bnt the only objection he has is what one has to contend with in getting there especially the ride over the sand piles with the temperature on the nign siae 01 iw. Some Knraita ui. The resulta of the discord that has prevailed in the Rock Inland aihnnla the past year are already manifesting themselves. Mrs. Dorothy 8. Gor- ham, one of the most accomplished uwcueri iq tne mgn school corps, has resigned to accept a position in tbe Aurora schools, while Mrs. Adda Ellen Mnse, one of the best primary teachers in the state, has been ill for two weeks with nervous prostration due to the anxiety and strain of the past year. M rixea' Ballot.." 'Fixed' Ballots" was the head of an article appearing in yesterday inuruiug s i- nion, wnich was the pre tense of a protest against marked ticketa being distributed concerning . 1 ... . . . . o vu proposition to change the school law. While this article of the Union was being printed tickets were being run off bearing the names of Kin von ana nerr ana the word "yes" after tne su omission 01 tbe proposition. DayllBht Special te BabTal Via tbe Lake Shore ft Michigan Southern railway July 6. Through tne great state of Illinois, Indiana. Michigan, Ohio. Pennsylvania and New York and along the southern shore of Lake Erie by daylight. Leaves Chicago 8 a. m., arrives at Buf falo same evening. One fare plat 2 for rouad trip. Limit Sept. 1. Visit Niagara Falls. Stop at Chau tauqua. For fnll particulars address M. 8. Giles. T. P. A., or C. K. Wil ber, A. G. P. A., Chicago. Mrs. H. Sheppard, room 24 Edling block. Omaha, Neb., writes: ! have had constipation for a long time aad I also had a bad case of in ternal hemorrhoids (piles) from which I suffered untold pain. . Tonr Dr. Kay's Renovator baa entirely eared me." Sold by druggists at 25 caau and f 1. See advrtiemeat. T. H. Thomas, Kock Island. Tn Amu delivemd 11 at jomr door at 10a TmSTlimTICKEr ' . - ' . ' The Ament Candidates in the Field. KOTOS, IESR AID "ITS" Bat the rattle Will Say Teaaamw. Mar- haul.. Deaaldaw and -Hit" Paoae BknM B q HUa AcaBaaS BUt Ttakats The Ament ticket has made its ap pearance. It came out Saturday night, and yesterday the few who are interested la its success were dili gently. peddling it about. It bears the names of Claudius B. Kinyon and Joseph H. Kerr for members of the board of education, and contains the proposition to change the school law. Uh the word 'yes'' ippended in printed letters. Then there is another set which in addition to the names contains only tbe word For,1' or the school law. So that the names of Kinyon and Kerr are in separably connected with the single issue to carry the law, and this bal lot comes from the same source that cried out yeste 'day morning against rixed' Biiioti." The ticket is com posed with no hope of winning, bnt the aim is to divert from the popular ti.Kei oi Aiarsnau ana unaidson and by the industrious distribution of split tickets to get either Kinyon or.Kerr in, thus insuring the Ament control of the board. But tbe pub lic has been looking for the advent of the Kinyon ticket. It is out, and the friends of tbe schools know what to do with it. Vote only for Mar shall and Donaldson and against the law. The VotlBC Places. Go to yonr voting, place early, the pons in tne various wards being as follows: First Ward Franklin hone house. Second Ward 1014 Third avenue. Third Ward ISI4 Third avenue. Fourth Ward School house. Nineteenth street ana r utn avenue. Fifth Ward Hone house. Twenty-second Sixth Ward 27S0 Fifth avenue. Seventh Ward Street car barn. Polls open from 8 a. m. to 7 p. m. Jacqn Loul David. In France art, like society, was tot- fcring to its fall when the revolution tarat and hastened tbe end. Tbe spirit of which the revolution was the political outcome bad also, as in tbe pictures of urenze and V ten, been working beneath the surface of the art world, aud with the fall of tbe empire these aspirations took definite shape. The art so long ded icated to whims and caprices of the aristocracy began, under tbe impulse of the new environment, to express tbe sentiments and ideals of the common people. Cut off from tbe past by the sword of retribution, in tbo turmoil of tbe present they sought inspiration for the future in the great acts of patriot ism of the Romans. And the oeneral intelligence of Europe, interested in the discoveries at Pompeii, gave it form on its artistic si da . These feelings and aspirations seemed to become incarnate in the work of Jacques Louis David. . A friend of Robespierre and a leader in tbe revolu tion party, he on the collapse of tbe movement narrowly escaped with bis lira But with the rise of Napoleon, who appointed bim his painter in chief, bis influence again bocanio paramount. and despite the many phases art has un dergone and the innumerable cliques into which painters havo divided in tbe interval it is still, modified and touched by reality, a living force in French art David's conception of pictorial art waa somewhat cold and lifelecs. . He led his confreres back not to nature, but to an tiqmty, as expressed in sculpture, Re spect for the achievements of tbe vast underlay all bis work and paralysed his invention and resource. Blackwood's Magazine. The Model a BMty Thrives on good food and sunshine, with plenty of exercise in the open air. Her form glows with health and her face blooms with its beauty. If her system needs the cleansing action of a laxative remedy, she needs the gentle and pleasant Syrup oi rigs, aiaae oy tne tjauiornia tig syrup company. Subscribe for The Avars. isciiminaiiDn Is a big long word but it signifies what every one ought to practice who would get the. best for their money. In the grocery line there is a broad field for discrimi nation. C w f 3 That are pore and whole some eaa only be bought at fair prices. There Is not a better selected stock than ours la tows ' and we iavite inspec tion. Frices are always fair and can be relied apoa. .. I IDs DOM GEO C?l rra Ava. tm. M cCABE MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. A CLOSING JUNK SALE. Special drives seeared for this mrtWuIar eeeasitm, aoed, better, best we have ever had. Kignt now when yoa want then we will sell roa ladies' 50e muslin drawvra fnr 15c and 38c, nicely trtawwd and serrk-eabta. l do toe many aiau.) Children's Drawers Made of strlctVy anod material at , T, 8. 10 ani ta - J La.fe coret covm. The good kind ftt 12c 14e. 15c Mich an vou nainatl mv Sitr tn - . w m j w Me lor. Skirts. Skirtt. sow skirts before at the same price, bnt not wen niaae norsucn gnou mnslin. This : inav not last nwa than 4ri LAdirs' snl4Mlld nuolin sliirt mlth ilnL:aJ cambric ruffles at 42c Uood skirts with tucks and wide embroidery ftonnce at tor. Thea we ahow a rrral hamin in nnKn.it SKIrts, with very wide cambric tannine apauian nnunrea at 82c, which TYMiM thlntr .Ium. t ttl mi Special bargaius in skirts on up tl, $1.18, a. .1. Kn Vi. ea, .Lou, etc Night Gowns. Here we have (Treat inducements which you mnst come and see. At 23c both laee and ruffle trimmed. Yon know the material alone cost- more. Yes S5e; this la not a inispnnt 2.rc At 87c Mooter nuDbard style, yoke, finish ing braid and raffles, always worth Tie At 08c we sell Rood SI rmrm. and for one tiay, luesoay. to tally launch this rmi ale in coed shape we will sell all our ladles' gowns up to 1.50 for Just 7c-7Vc Take yonr pick for Tuerday at 79c And for this day we will tell our misses' 35c gowns at isc ana tne misses' sue gowns at Sic Ue- memDnr these items are only for Tor lay. Untrimmed Hats. A quick good bye to 150 untrimmed black India Inrtmm h.t Tm, at 13c each. No more than two to any one Hot Days, Boys' Wash Suits Ages 3 to 8. Full collar, 45c. I Junior Suits Ages 3 to 7. Strictly all wool, fancy cheviots, good patterns, serviceable colors and nicely braided, a stylish suit for the little man at a very little price Sommers 1804 Second Avenue. HE STDCKITO GEO. SCHNEIDER. CENTRAL SHOE STOKE, .... 17 U SECOHD AVXSTJI Headquarters for Footwear at Lowest Prices. That's bow tiieydeseribsoar laundry work. That's bow it feels to the wearer, aad that's how It looks, to. Oar beat Bdreruseaant Is a satisfied patroa. There's wbara we aia taocew competitors. Weaonl waa your handle last oae thaa, Ws try to a tt so yoa will send It agaia. TTs araaaty i- tiismiHii. bat aot often. Our nretdaery Is art slass, our help aaHlaa mat we do the right thing a leases r errors. Delivery santos to show yau what toa to year 1 Rock Island Steam Laundry. Caottxicld MILLINERY. An op porta nlty sock as tows bat rarely To keep p the great crowds tai oar Mils' aery defjartasent and to key ail ear trba mers rauy rmrinm in tnr ran sf nw are ana, we will, all this week, triia free every bat and bonnet boaajit of as. Bnaaaser this Week, six oars. a. Free! Free! Free! . Summer Drraars 9tay-aboine aad outers have a special Interest la this arllta of summer drest gnods, such a coUxrtioa Is not fiudabie anywhere else la this locality. Easterat markets have done their beat fa us and we have them laid out la ancfa trapUag array as sarely will win yonr aUinirmtkm. The newe?. choicest, woo fashionable designs oar buyers have found this seaaoa. Urgandiea, dimities, swuma, et-, thlwWa oat fur prompt buyers at half the tegular prices. Ft color, Scotch lawns. 8c a yard. At 8c a yard IVrsiaa lawns, American orran dlea, )acmt.etc value 10c iSSe and IBs, this lot all at 8c timulne Scotch dimltiea, value C5e to 40c, wldle they last 17e a' yard, but hurry, the pattern you want will soon be gone. Oriental Laces. Less than half prioe. 1.500 yards wide cream oriental lace so much la demand at present We bought them cheap and shall sell them quirk. Worth fie, SSr, 88c and 83c a yard, choice 14c a yard, all 14c Valencennes Laces. 1.500 yards new Barrow ral lace, so bard to find, we have them la great variety at 15c, 1'Jc, 10c 7c, 5c and 9c a yard. Cool Drinks. Ice eold If ynu wish. IVrtecrioB Boot beer, Ferfectkta Itioaphates, served spark ling and tuat bom the fountain, tree to all our to stomas. Second lauding, main stairway. - customer. triBund in if van want ivn Straw Hats Nejrlijree Stiirts, Crash Suite, Duck Trousers. r I blouse, deep sailor I & LaVelle One Ptioo. THE LAST; Styles ia fine shoes till everyone fa Bock Island knows that a pair of shoes from Schneider's means many months comfort to the wearer. Schneider's fins shoes are sjnonomons with quality, com fort, style and perfect fit. They are aow displaying a Has lias of bicycle, tennis, golf and shoes for outdoor sports of all kinds. We are aow offering some grest bargains ia all kinds of footwear. 3 C3H3L.IK. ws eaa ac A Ct stn.