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To the London for school suit.
Simon & MoeeDfelder for bovg' suits.
O.J. Dimick. of ChiJ8Ro, i. ia the
School suits by the thousands at the
Money saved by bnjing your boy s
suit al the London.
Mjlo Lee went to Ch cago last night
for a few days' visit.
Largest selection of boys' clothing at
Simon & Mosenfelder's.
Miss Clara Smith left '.his morning on
a short visit to friends la Savanna.
Nice large cliDg and freestone peaches
by basket, peck or bushul at Long s.
. George Browner Tecuves large ship
ments of peaches and p ums daily.
Have you seen the iamense lino of
boys' suits the London has received?
STew arrivals in boys' clothing, included
in our special sale. Siaion & Mosenfelder.
MesdamesC. W. Xsns and C. G.
Giver have returned from Niaeara Falls.
William Lash, of Wheeling, W. Va.
is visiting his sister, Mrs. W. J. Wood
worth. R. Crsmpton left last night for Chicago
to comple.e the purchases of his fall stock
Supt. John Huntoon, f the Rock Island
& Milan roid. left for Caicago last, nicht
Robert Williams and family left this
morning on a two weeks' visit to friebds
Whether you wish to buy or not, get
prices on boys' cloth rjg at Simon &
Mrs. John Baker and son Rufus. left
today for Chicago, where she will spend
a few weeks with friend.
The new hose wagon for the Rock
Island paid fire department arrived this
morning. It is a beauty.
Mrs. H. B. Sudlow aad Misses Fannie
Sudiow and Hattie Jickson went to
Peoria yesterday afternoon.
Carter's famous "Fast Mail" company
is booked for Tuesday ereniog. Sept. 1,
at tt,e Burtis opera hoas j, Davenport.
Price Williams, of Wyoming, 111 , ar.
rived in the city yesterday, and has ae
cepted a position at F. G.Young's grocery.
Tom B. RdJy, assistant ticket azent
at the C, R. I. & P. depot, leTt for Chi
cago this morning on a short business
School days are near at hand and to
give every one a chance Simon & Mosen
ftlder continue their fptcial toys' suit
sale for another week.
Will Ejgleston left this morning for
Chicago where he will introduce the. new
Johnson Gait ruhy phi setter to the
jewelers of that city.
The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Earnest
Cubitz died at its parent's home in Moline
at 3 a. tn. today and th: funeral occurred
at 3 o'clock this afternoon.
Small lots in boys' an 1 children's suits,
whtthtr the finest cr clieaptst, sold at
ont-tbird actual value. None to be car
ried over. Simon &, M( senfelder.
M. J. McEniry and T. A. Metse, of
Moline, Sid a bond in ttae Buru4 gamb
ling house case taking to appeal to the
December term of the appe'.Ute court.
An itinerant and destitute bam!, ap
parently Turks, have been working the
city today. It is about as tough a look
ing crowd as is generally seen outside of
A 10-year old daughter of A. Johanson
was run down by a arriege team on
Eighteenth street at 5 80 last evening.
Dr. Paul, who attended the child, found
that she had sustained no serious in
juries. The merchacts' cotcert in Spencer
s iare last evening was unotber great suc
cess. The Liebt Gusrd band, of Moline,
presented a choice pre g-amme of music.
sLi'.L v f.s srp'ecihted ly a squire packed
A dispatch has beei received from
O.rin Leonard stating ttat he will reach
louic louihl, bud the funeral of bib lUlle
daughter will be held from his home in
South Rock Island ar 9:30 tomorrow
TteJPeople's Naiioutl bank is now
comfortably domiciled in its new quarters,
formerly those of the Rock Island Na
tional aDd Mitchell & lynde's backs, at
the corner of Second avenue and Eigh
The Young People's saciety of Chris
tian Endeavor of theCei tral Presbyterian
caurob, will hold a golden rod social in
the lecture room of the church. Thursday
evening, Aug. 27. to wticu all are cor
"Pie parties" are the latest fad among
the ingenius young peop e of Burlington.
After a moonlight drive the well filed
wagon It drawn up in front of a well
known "open all night" eating bouse cn
Main strtet and aiit fm
From a dozen to 15 piea, cat in quarters,
are broufikt forth and then tha fun be
gin. Those who have triad them aav
nothing can equi pie p&rtj" for nov
el iy, at least.
MissElsa P. Rujgles, who baa been
visiting at the residence of W. P. Quayle
the past few daya. left for Chicago this
morning, where she will visit .hnrt
time before returning to her home in
George Marshall, through John Lwn
ey, entered a suit before" Magistrate Wiv-
iii. ior J5 damages against A. J. Whit
ney for having fallen off the excursion
boat, Whitney, on a trip down the river.
Slagisti-ate Wivill dismissed the suit.
The fall term of AuguUma College
opens Wednesday, Sept. 2. President
Olsson announces complete courses in the
various departmenta tn this institution.
which bow rank among the foremost
schools in the country and is growing in
promiuence and merit each year.
A soit of informal meeting of the
Rock Island Citizens' Improvement asso
ciation was held at the rooms at 5 o'clock
last evening. President Jackson was
presented with an elegant mahogany
gavel, silver mounted and suitably
inscribed with the compliments of Dr. W.
A. Paul, and Messrs. W. B. Ferguson,
K. Crampton. E B Kreis, John Cru
baugh. Lloyd & Stewart, S. W. Searle,
Phil Mitchell and Will R. Johnson. Mr.
Jackson proudly used the gavel for the
first time last night.
County Superintendent of Schools C.
B. Marshall, has received a letter from
State Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion Henry Raab. in reply to a letter ask
ing as to the propriety of the suspension
of schools on Labor Day, aajing that the
school holidays are New Years, Fourth cf
July, Christmas and Thanksgiving and
fast days appointed by the national and
state authority; that the commercial hol
idays instituted by the last legislature do
not apply to schools.. -However, direc
tors are empowered to grant special holi
days. RAILROAD MISHAPS.
A Brakemin Killed at Orion Other
L D. Spearling, of Bushnell, a brake
man on the C, B. & Q., fell from a box
car at O.-ion yesterday and was run ever.
He did not regain consciousness after the
accident and died late last night. He was
taken to his home in Bushnell today.
One of the trucks on a box car on an
extra freight coming north over theC,
B. & Q this morning, got loose and got
across the track so that some cars were
run oS and the road blocked for some
time, which caused the Beardstown
accommodation to arrive in this city two
hours late this morning.
The C , M. & St. P. freight which leaves
here at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, ran in
to passenger train N'-. 1 due here at 9
o'clock p. ra at Savona last evening,
dirnsgin2 the pi'snger engioe so that it
was r.ecessarr to run her into the chops
ar.d erJi::ce N '. 11 brought the train in
la-t n'iht. The cause of the accident
wss idi passenser brakeman leaving the
swiicU open after his train bad backed in,
allowing the inrotning freight to crash
into it. B )th engines were badly
smashed up, but no further damage resulted.
Jluxter Mtctianif 31irfield to Leave.
James Mirfield, the well known and
porular master mechanic of the C, R. I.
fc P., has resigned his present position to
take effect Sept. 1 and will shortly take
charge cf an engine on the road, proba
bly the Erooklyn division. Mr. Mirfield
has occupied bis present position the paet
13 years, ai.d it is mainly on account of
his health tbat he seeks a change.
Mr MirfltM wH be succeeded by Wil
liam Stocks who is at present in charge of
the company's shops at Stuart. Iwa.
You'll do well to purchase boys' suits
at Simon & Mosenfelder's.
The only corrplexion powder in the
world that is without vulgarity, without
injury to the user and without doubt a
purifier, is Pozoni's.
Wanted A first class pantaloon maker,
FRIGHTFUL LOSS Of LIFE!
Of the many disasters witb whici mankind has
been visited, one of the worst is that class of ail
ments which originating simpl? wltb inactivity of
the kidneys and biaddtr, catie each frightful
lo-s of life. Under this appalling category come
Bright's disease, diabetes, gravel, ordinary ne
lihit sand catarrh of the Bladder. No class of
organic maladies, airainst which medical skill is
pitted, to often baffles the expert practitioner and
sets his skill at naug-ht. Easy is it, however, to
arrest these direful ailments at the start. The
diuretic action of Hostel ter's Stomach Bitters is
just sufficient to set the bladder and kidneys at
work, preserve or rescue them from fatal inactiv
ity without exciting them. The unmedicated
BtimDl.nte of commerce excite without either
strengthening or regulating. Hof letter s Stomach
Bitters does both. It is unfailing for malaria,
dyspepsia, debility, rbeunatism, liver complaint
and constipation. .
Used in Millie n of Homes 40 Years the Standard,
WILL LOOM ALOFT;
A Sky-Scraper for Odd Fel
lows at Chicago.
GEEATEST HOUSE ON THE PLANET.
A Structure That Will Simply Be "Oat
or Sight" or Anything; Heretofore Pot
Thirty-Four Storlea and 530 Feet
High, with 1,000 Office, Beside Halls
ud an Immense Drill Room Capable
or Accommodating One Entire Batal
llon New York Nowhere.
Chicago, Aug. 26. Negotiations for the
location of the proposed Odds Fellows'
temple are nearly complete. While the
gentlemen who bave charge of the real es
tate transactions are unwilling to give
any information concerning the property
deal now under consideration, some inter
esting infoimation regarding the im
mense structure to be erected has been
gained from other sources. The draw
ings for the general character of the
building have been made, and the details
of the plan will be worked out as soon as
the property transactions are concluded,
wukb u ill ptobabiy be iu a few Jay.- Ton
Odd Fellows' temple will not only be the
tallest structure in. the. world, but it will
abio be the biggest in other respeels.
Will Cot Over Four Millions.
It is to be a building that will eclipse
anything ever before attempted in either
the classical or modern age tn the archi
tectural line. Over t-i.O'jO.OjO will be ex
pended in the undertaking for the pur
chase of real estate and the construction.
The architectural design is sp arranged as
to furnish outside light toevery single one
of the 1,000 offices which will be contained
In the building, besides the numerous
halls and rooms for the purposes of the or
der and the stores on the ground and se c
ond floors. These thousand offices will
have at least 5,000 occupants, so that a
popuTatfon equal to the nifmbeYBf inhab
itants of' ,u.Se a btnge city will find ao
commodatious in this one building.
The Auditorium To Be Eclipsed.
The strucfure will not only be gfgantic
in dimensions, but ornamental in its ar
chitecture and magnificent in its appoint
ments. In the matter of space both the
Auditorium and the Masonic Temple now
in course of construction will be left far
behind. This will require an amount of
valuable space occupied by no other struct
ure. accept the Congress street ftont of the
Auditorium, but tie Odd Feltows' Tem
ple will be deeper than the massive
structure on Michigan avenue. One of
the! most prominent downtown locations
has been chosen for the building and the
negotiations are all but concluded.
Higher Than the w'asningrton Monnment.
To begin with, thefemple is to have
a main frontage of '!o fiet, and its central
portion will rise to an eminence of 5o feet,
which is one foot higher than the Wash
ington monument snd fifty-five feet high
er than the spire of the great cathedral in
Cologne. This central portion will bave
thirty-four stories, and thus be twelve
stories higher than the Masonfe temple
Above the central part is to be a cupola
surmounted by a spire. The main part is
to be flanked by a twenty-Kvo story struc
ture on each side, and from these three
parts extend four wings in the shaps of a
cross. Each of these wings is also twenty
two stories in height, and thus there will
be six parts, each of which will have the
same height as the Masonic Temple,
A GREAT HALL FOR DRILLS.
The Tn;. Tloor to Arrcmmlats a Whole
One of the features of the structure is to
be a drill bail on the top floor of one of the
wings in which au entire battalion cau
drill simultaneously. This feature will
be of great importance to the uniform
branch of the order and make it possible
to obtain a degree of excellence in tactical
movements uneqwaled by any other order.
Of course, such an immense structure as
the central portion, with its dome and
spire is to be, will require the greatest
care in the matter of foundation, and
aome very fine engineering problems re
main to be solved. A gentleman, speak
ing of. this phase of construction yester
day, sHrid that it might become necessary
to Uig down to a depth of seventy or eighty
feet to reacn ground solid enough for the
foundation for the tall tower, and. it
might even be required to dig for the solid
"Out of Sight" or New York.
There is nut the slightest doubt in the
minds of the energetic men who manage
theaffuir that by the time of the World's
fair the Odd Fellows' temple will be far
enough under way to impress the visftors
from all parts of the world with its gigan
tic dimensions. It will eclipse the at
tempt now bi.'ing tuaJe in New Ybrk to
erect a building tailerthan ever attempted
This New York building is to be on a
site on the west side of lower Broadway,
opposite IJowling Green, extending frota
Broadway to (jreenwich street, and be
tween the Washingto'n building and the
Stevens house. This building will cost
about . 000,000, and it is heralded to be the
largest bustuetw building in the world,
though as it has been shown, Chicago will
in the Odd Fellow's temple, still be ahead
of New York.
Mighty Close Shave, However.
The main structure of this building is
to be twenty-two stories high, and from
its top. a great tower will lift its copper
dome to an altitude of 530 feet, six feet
lower than tBe 0dd Fteltows' temple is to
be. There will be stone walls in the New
York building part of the way up, but
their object will be ornament and not
utility. They will be required to bear no
weight. There will . be terra cotta blocks
to the very top of the big buiMfng, but
their outward'sbow of massifeneas will
mean nothing. The building will derive
all its strength from within.
Novel fehape or the Floor Plan.
It will be in effect as solid as if origin
ally a block of steel in which halls, corri
dors and offices were tunneled. The floor
plan of tbebuildrng will be, in the shape
of a letter 5, and it will cover about 32,000
feet of the surface area. There will be
six stories in the tower above the main
roof, making twenty-eight in all, or six
less than in the Odd Fellows' temple.
Condemned the Cincinnati Convention.
Oklahoma City, Aug. 26. The Farm'
era' Alliance of Oklahoma concluded a
territorial convention Monday. Dele
gates were present from every county In the
territory. The Ocala platform was unan
imously adopted, ' and the action of the
Cincinnati convention condemned.
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Monday a. m- August 24, at 8:30
o'clock, we shall place on sale 100
dress patterns assorted plaid,stripe and
fancy serges and vigoureux suitings, in
all new designs, all at the uniform price
of 97c per pattern.
Each pattern contains from 9 to 1 1
yards of goods all new handsome
styles. A spool of silk and a spool of
buttonhole twist with each rttpm.
remember that 97c buys the dress and
a spool of silk and twist free.
A lot of new foreign novelties in dress
goods just placed on our counters. In
Also on a new shipment of fancy
plaid and stripe domestic dress novel
ties, especially suitable for school
dresses, prices fully one-quarter below
actual values. I nromntlv on Tnesdav mornintr.
Several tons ot fresh bargains are now in transit lor us and win tie arriv
ing almost every day durisg the week. Keep a kct-n lockout, ar.d be sure to
get your share-
17M 1T'ft 17ir 1TOO evs-nm vrpns
Never to Repeat'
Sometimes we do, sometimes we don't
Owing to the factfthat ourPeperell
R and Salsbnry R brown muslins gave
out about the midd le of the week during
our sale of. last week, many customers
having thus been deprived from sup
plying their wants, we shall repeat for
Tuesday next only.
TtvA -nt" n n V ' rt oi t tta
shall sell 16 yards Peperell R fine
brown muaiiu nud tt bpoul of John
Clark's best thread for $1 .
The same day Tuesday all day, we
sh.U sett 17 yrrts Soltsbnry R fine
brown muslin and a spool of best cotton
These ttoods are expected to arrive
fon Monday, and will be placed on sale
Croquet 4-ball sets '. 63c
Hammocks, jute, Mexican 75c
Hammocks, white, M. xian 98c
Hammocks, colored, Mexican f 1 15
Window screens, hardwood frame 28c
New chamber sets, handsome deoorations, very cheap. .
Picnic plates per 100 50c
Picture frames 8x10 wiih class and aiat, 3 styles 85e
Linen or cream wove stationery per pound 82c
Envelopes to match, fqanr? 1";
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GEO. U. KUiQSUCRY, I'air and rt Stole,
1W aa y m m
HERE IS A BARGAIN FOR YOU
LACE CURTAINS. :
A Pair for 1.00, Former Price $1.75
" ' " 1.10. " " 1.93
" 1.25, " 2.00
' " " 1.75, " 2.50
" " 2.50, " 3.50
2 75, " 3.75
" 3.25, " 4.25
G. O. I1UCKSTAEDT,
1811 and 1613, Second Avenue, EOCK ISLAND.
WE LEAD THEM ALL
IN HKLT(i r INE
TRY OUR LATEST DRINK,
Peaelies and Cream.
the finest drir.Trs Pt
Thomas' -New Fountain.
Prescriptions a Specialty.
- Special Shoe Sale -
300 Pair Men's Shoes,
250 Pair Ladies' Shoes
REGARDLESS OF COST
Men's Tan Colored Shoes,
Ladies' Hand Turn Shoes,
Ladies' Hand Turn Shoes,
Ladiei Hand Turn Shoes,
Regular Pi ice $3.00; reduced to 2.25
"3.50 4 00;
5-00 5 50;
Remember there is only a limited amout of the above bargaine, so come early.
Central Shoe Store,
1818 Second Avenue.
Elm Street 8 tore ,
29M Fifth ATetme