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p CITY CHAT.
Base ball tomorrow.
Shoe sale at the Boston.
Nice berries at Browccr'a.
Adir Pleasant3 is in Coicago.
Lamps at Looslej'a tomorrow.
Celery at Drifflll & Gleim's.
All kinds of vegetables at Arnold's.
Large spriog chickens at Browner'a.
Bartson pitches tomorrow's gmi.
Jacksonville vs. Rock IslcndMolioe.
Looslev's lamps. See card fifth page.
A full line of vegetables at Brownei's.
Show cases for sale at Bennett's glove
All kinds of California fruits at Souder
Order jour Sunday dinner at Drifflll &
One more day for rebate on shoes at
M. & K's.
Jacksonville vs Rock Island-Voline
Save your $ s and get two for one at
Richards & Pringle's minstrels at the
More bargains added at the Boston's
clearance shoe sale.
The finest line of California fruits in
the city at Arnold's.
Americau 5? s for 50c selling out sa t
opposite M. & K.
Clearance shoe sale still continues with
bargains at the Boston.
.One more one more day for M. fc
K's. rebate sboe sale.
Nice spring chickens, full line ot fresh
vegetables at Souder & Son's.
Fmt nice cuts and roasts nog up K64,
Browner'a Columbian market.
Dr. J. W. Stark and wife, of Keokuk,
are visiting old friends in the c:tr.
C. E. Hawley and wife departed for
their home at Toptka last evening.
Mj. 11. C. Conteily returned las',
night from a business trip to Chicago,
Wanted A man to take care of pltcc
and horses. Apply at McCabe Bros.
California grapes, pears, peaches, blue
berries and blackberries at Arnold's.
Great day at Black Hawk tomorrow
band concert and balloon ascension.
Miss Kosey May will go up in the
clouus tomorrow from Black HawK.
Otto's lull band will give a concert ai
Black Hawk tomorrow Irom 7 to 1U p.m.
You can save your money on footwear,
if you purchase tomorrow at M. & K's.
Alias Grace Kahlke has fcone to Kansas
to spend the remainder of the summer.
The Broadway church picnic is post
poned till Saturday on account of the
Mrs. I. D. Burgh and son returned
yesterday from their visit to Clinton,
You can buy Oxfords tomorrow at M.
& K's rebate sale at astonishingly low
The sales of the American clothing
stock will continue until the entire stock
is closed out.
Wanted, a girl for general housework
at 533 Twentieth street. Must come
John and Billy Gibson are in Omaha
to attend the great RyanWiIks fight
Everybody is urged to be present and
save money tomorrow at M. & K's. last
day of rebate sale.
- See the ladies' $1 25 patent leather Ox
ford, also one at $1 40. Clearance sale
prices the Boston.
What do J ou think of the Oxfords they
are selling at $1.25, at the Boston's
clearance shoe sale?
Better than a savings bank Loosley's
lamp sale tomorrow. One fifth oi.
Card firth page.
Clearance sale prices Ladies' cloth
top button shoe, pttent tip, worth $3 00,
go at 2 85 the Boston.
It is not often you have an opportunity
to buy clothing at half price. Take ad
vantage of the bankrupt sale.
Do not fail to see balloon ascension
and band concert at Black Hawk tomor
row. Cars every 10 minutes.
The minstrels at Harper's theatre to
night aie said to give the best show that
has been in the city in a year.
Mia. Kosey May, balloon ascension
and parachute leap at Black Hawk Sat
urday, 5 p. m. Cars every 10 minutes.
Mis. Patrick Kelly, of Moline avenue,
has gone on a visit to her old home in
Ireland. She will probably spend the
If the weather should be unfavorable
the aociable arranged to be held on Or.
Kinyon's lawn this evening will be in the
County Siipt. Mai shall has a BOtice
elsewhere which is of interest to appli
cants for teachers' certificates, and who
will please take notice.
Conductor Jack Auld, of the R. I. &
P., is taking a much needed and well
earned vacation, and Conductor Horn is
in charge of his train meanwhile.
The regular weekly concert given by
Otto's band at Hlncher's garden last
evening was well attended despite threat
ening weather, and greatly enjoyed.
In digging the well for the water cooler
in Speccsr Square this morning the work
men came upon the foundation of the old
school house that used to fctand in the
Strayed or stolen from my barn on
Twenty second and Third avenue, a bay
horse, with white star on face. Will pay
$5 reward by returning to N. Merlz 2106
The funeral of the late Barney Mc
Q iaid was held from bis parents' home
on Fifth avenue at 9 o'clock this morn
iug. Rev. Father Kopf, of St. Mary's
Capt. Tom Fuller, the ever pleasant
taker of fares on the C, M. & St. P., is
taking a vacation and Conductor Carri
gan, who formerly ran a train into the
city, is on his run temporarily.
The Misses Marion and E.leanor West
entertained a party of their little friends
at the parents' pleasant home on Eighth
t venue between Nineteenth and Twen
tieth streets last evening.
On account of the high wind yesterday
afternoon Miss Rosa May was unable to
mike the expected balloon ascension. A
large number of people were disap
pointed, but the ascension will be made
The Columbian project looks brighter
than ever. C. H. Deere has increased
Lis subscription to $5,000 arnl Morris
Rosenfield to $2,500, which is pretty
coed evidence of what the leading busi
ness men think of it.
Rtv. and Mrs. J. Tellen, of Lindsborir,
Kan., are in the city. They have de
cide. 1 to locate at Rock Island and are
looking for a house. Four of their chil
dren will attend Augustana College.
Rev. Tellen is general superintendent of
home missions of the general council.
Col. nd Mrs. H. B. B;irgh, accom
panied by their fl-njbu-rs, Mrs. A. E.
Lyfoid and Miss Evangeline Burgh, left
yesterday afternoon for Colfax, Iowa,
where they will stay some time in hopes
of betttr.ng Col. Burgh's health. He
has been quite seriously indisposed of
Ute, but was better yesterday when they
Tonight the Twin City Columbian
committee meets in Moline when it is
hoped the matter of the exposition asso
ciation may be die posed of. The at
tendance of all members, together with
the endorsers of the note, is desired. The
meeting is to be held at the Moline Busi
ness association rooms.
The Schnell Social and Literary club
has engaged the steamer Josephine aid
excursion barge for its third annual
moonlight excursion down the river,
which occurs on Monday evening, Aug.
8. Only a limited number will be taken
aboard and those who receive invitations
would do well to make arrangements
about tickets accordingly.
At the meeting of the West End Im
provement association last evening a
number of matters looting to the inter
ests of the west end were discussed, chief
of which was the Garnsey Square im
provements. Messrs. John Ohlweiier.
Charles Eogel and W. B. Pettit were ap
pointed a committee to secure a center
fountain, and Phil Miller delegated to
confer with the stone cutters as to the de
signs of workmanship they are to con tribute.
Head Clerk C. W. Hawes of the W.
W. A. has issued a circular which will
be hailed with delight by Woodmen,
announcing that no assessment is levied
for the month of August and consequent
ly assessment No. 7 will not be called un
til Sept. 1. This does not change the li -ability
of the neighbor to his camp who
should pay his No. 7 assessment, Maj.
Hawes says.on or bef ore-Aug. 1, and hav
ing paid No. 7, he will next be liable for
No. 8, on or before Oct. 1.
At high noon on the 20th inst.. at
Peoria, occurred the marriage of J. H.
Rapp, of Geneseo, and Miss Carrie Libby,
of Carbon Cliff. They left in the even
ing for Chicago, to spend a few days,
after which it was their programme to
visit Geneseo and Carbon Cliff before
taking up their residence in Rockford,
where Mr. Rapp is in the real estate and
grocery business. He was formerly a
merchant in Geneseo, while the bride was
a popular Rock Island county teacher.
The popular Davenport-Moline mando
lin orchestra will take the place of one or
t vo numbers of the. grand concert pro-
rjsed in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard
gramme announced in Wednesday night's
issue of this paper. Mrs. Frank Gates
Allen will play Liszt's Twelfth Hungarian
Rhapsody and a brand new baby grand
piano will be used on this occasion. The
concert is held in the Auditorium of Mo
line, on Monday evening, Aug. 1, and
arrangements will be made with the
electric car company 10 accommodate
Rock Islanders. Reserved seats can now
be secured at Harper house drug store
without extra charge.
Messrs. Strasser & Otto, of the Daven
port bands, tre arranging for a series of
subscription dances to be given at Black
Hawk Inn, the music for which is to be
furnished by the two bands alternately.
If the matter can be so arranged the
street car company has agreed to furnish
cars to take Davenport and Molioe people
home after the dance. This, indeed,
would he a charming diversion for the
lovers of terpsicborean pastimes, as the
Inn is one of the most delightful places
imaginable for affairs of this kind, owing
to the excellent advantages there for en
tertaining guests and i's fine location,
where dancing could be indulged in with
out discomfort oc a warm evening.
R. H. MacMullan, treneral mna?er of
the Brush Electric Light Co., at R ck Isl
and, was in the city to.Iey He expects
his company to get to work in Moline
very soon under the new frm hiss granted
by our city council. He thinks the Brush
company has the best incan lescent lift t
there is, and that there will be a demand
for it. The price3 for incandesi-ents will
be 60 cents per month per limp burned
till 9 p. m. ; 65 cents if burned till 10; 70
icnts till 11; 75 ceata till midnight, and $1
per month per lamp for lights burned la
ter thpn that hour. Limps will cos'- 60
cents each, and thev will be guaranteed
to list through 1.000 hours of use. Tne
wiring, etc., will be done at rites based
on the actual cost of labor aud miterials.
If there is demand, the Brush people will
also introduce an arc ligut circuit. Mo
THE VERY LATEST.
More Strikers Called Out.
New York, July 29. The board of
walking delegates U in n fic;ht wi'h the
Iron league and has ordered strikes on a
dozen new buildings, calling out 1,5110
men. making 20.000 men now on s'.rUe
Hom e-te.vd, July 29. The force of nun
in the mill is steadily Increasing. fhe
steamer Tide carried up 100 men t rWs
morning. A representative going through
this morning found over TOO men at work,
a number being college graduates dra-n
there by offers of large wbges. A num
ber are expert mechanical engineers who
handle ponderous michinery perfectly.
Ex-Governor Hardin Dead.
Mexico, Mo., July 29. Ex Governor
Hardin died this morning.
A God Send.
Chicago, July 29 A God send in the
shape of a cool wave reached here this
morning At 8 o'clock the thermometer
registered 68 degrees at the Auditorium
tower, a fall of 16 degrees in 20 hours.
DRESS MAKING MADE SIMPLE
Positively for a few
The French Taylor System, simplified, i now
on exhibition and leatone are beii c given in the
pcii nce of Dress Cutting and Fitting.
Reduced Prices for a Few Days.
Call at once. This is the very best opportuhity
ever offered the public.
C. C. WILLIAMS & CO.
Over the rooms formerly occspied by-Mrs-
Greenawalt's Millinery store.
Private Instructions given at re-idences.
6 - W
o a a
1615 and 1617 Second Avenue.
New styles ot
Here are bargains reduced
Your choice 19c, worth up
French Kobe, worth up to
$9, your choice for $3.95-
A few dross patterns at 25c
Ten shades, 25c yard.
Lawn Tennis Flannels.
Gc per yard.
All Wool, worth 5S to
J - -. jut iuuius qc
Cotton Dress Goods,
of Remnants in
at away down prios
Half Wool Challies. '
All go at 15c per yar-1.
The above prices hold
good for this week.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
D. ROY BOWLBY'S,
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the fineft brands of don-.ertic
and imported ciuara. All brandfl of tobacco.
The acore of all the ball games will be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
18f8 Second tve
OLEfyiM & SALZMAHN,
GREAT B A.RGAINS
1525 and 1527
124, 126 and 12S
POCKET KNIVES and SCISSORS took the highest premium
for quality. If you want a good knife try one.
One need not be told what a nice present an elegant Carving
Set like those I have to show will be. Also those
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Every woman that keeps house wants one. Wroueht Iron
finish Fire Sets and Irons.
Acorn Stoves and Ranges
are the leaders made in Illinois for our soft coal and every one
guaranteed. These are all good things to buy at Christmas or
any other time. Come in and see how much. I have to show yon
that is useful and novel in housekeeping goods. ,
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth 8treet, Rock Tsland.
WILL BE CLOSED OUT AT
Must be sold at once for Cash. Directly opposite the
M. & K.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.