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Kook btU the London.
Celery al Soader &Son's.
Kxox hi'. the London.
'Freili flrt at Souder & Son'a.
UU! Knox haUt The London.
Gent linen collars 5:. at the Colombia.
Finest and most ct jlish hats at the Lon
don. - .
2Cice fresh fish at George Browner A
Knox bau, the finest of hats the Lon
don. The Columbia is headquarters for sta
tionery. Otto Huber has returned from bis trip
to the eact.
Webster's unabridged dictionary at 87c
at the Columbia.
Domino cut ' loaf sugar at George
Browner & Co's.
A full line of California fruit at George
Browner & Co's.
All kinds of Muscatine melons at
George Browntr & Co's.
Dr. S. C Plummer left last night on a
abort visit to Minneapolis.
The best and only Dunlap hats now
ready a; Lloyd at Slew art's.
Chamber's Encyclopedia for 5.62 12
Tolumes at the Columbia.
Eight-day clocks at the Columbia. 2SS
sold by o;bers from 6 50 to 7.
At the Columbia ladies' muslin under
wear at one-balf price otbers ask.
The world's best production taeDun
ap hat now for sale at Lloyd & Stewart's.
W. J. Adrian of KnoxTiile, Iowa, is in
the city on an extended visit to friends.
For nice cuts and roasts go to Georce
Brcwner's Columbia market. Telephone
Misses Josephine Beck and Alpha
Turner ha gone to Oitawa on a short
Miss Msmie O'Brien of Chicago is in
the city visiting with relatives and
Hats Three times as many to select
from and at one-ihirJ less price. The
Democratic clubs ca get torches at
David Doa'a both plain acd fancy in
The Columbia is the place to buy your
household novelties. You can sve from
20 to 50 per cent on all goods.
Jahn Farner today sold his interest in
the White E.ephnt saloon to Tom Davis
and the firm name will hereafter be Davis
Ellen George and Lizzie Morris were
run in by the police last night, and each
fined $ 5 and costs by Magistrate Wivill
Ilsve you seen the fa3 Dunlap hat. It
is a oeauty, and the sale was larger than
ever before at Lloyd & Stewart's. Call
and see them.
Our stock of fall hats is now com
plete. The largest and finest display
ever shown in the city . Call and see
them at Lloyd & Stewart's.
Next Wednesday night will be the last
night for the Kickapoo Indian tribe now
situated at the corner of Twenty-sixth
street and Fifth-and-a-half avenue.
William E. Francis of Buffalo Prairie
and Miss Dora B Ellsworth of Illinois
City were united in marriage yesterday
at the First M. E . parsonage by Rev. F.
Jacob L. Smith of Cordova and Miss
Henrietta Bell of Coe were united In
marriage this afternoon by Rav. C. C.
Taylor of the First Baptist church at the
parsonage on Fifteenth street.
P. Greenawalt yesterday finished his
labors with the R. I. & P, Charles Lip
p neott being installed as paymaster. To
day Mr. Greenawalt and wife left for an
extended yisito Denver and the west
wtich will last several weeks.
Adair Pleasants has returned from the
bedside of his brother, George Pleasants,
at St. Lcuis and does not bring as en
couraging reports as were expected by
Mr- Pleasants' many friends here, who
will be pained to learn that hia case is
Redmond Carr. of Berwick, met a hor
rible death near Alexis on Monday by get
ting his arm csught in the cylinder of a
steam thresher end being drawn into the
machine before it could be stopped. His
arms and head were li erally torn from
the body. He leaves a wife and four
The Juniors of St. Joseph's schoo
gave a lawn sociable on the lawn at St.
Joseph's parsonsge last evening. The
grounds were brilliantly illuminated, sod
a large number were present. The Man
dolin club furnished some excellent ma
lic, in addition to which the Misses Ma
mie Maroney and Mamie Richards as
sisted w ith aome vocal selections. A
number of unique features for the enter
tainment of the visitors bad been pro
vided, and the affair was a success both
socially and financially.
Auction at J W. Jones' second-hand
store all this week every afternoon and
evening. Goods sold on 'commission,
goods bought, goods sold, goods rented.
goods stored or money loaned on goods,
watches, diamonds, rings or any article of
aloe. He W a mia you don't meet
every day. Ton can do any kiod of
business you wish with him if yoa will
jutt aentioa it. Don't forget about the
auction, if you want bargains; also he
hs one of the most eatertaining auction
eers in country Mr. Wallace from Chi
cago Come one. come all. 1614 Sec
K EACH EL) TI1E MARK .
Tbe T. M. C. A. Committer Completes the
18. CCO Subscriptions Necessary to
Flnlah the Billdlnf.
Tbe committees in charge of the Y. M.
C. A. subscriptions have found their ef
forts and industry rewarded by success In
com pie in? the amounts necessary to se
cure the $13 000 subscribed to complete
the building. In order that the $18,000
might be obtained tbe building commit
tee has guaranteed the payment of the
small remaining baiance of the $ 18.000 to
be raied, and will pay it if not provided
for by other subscriptions.
ine committee will at once
let the contract for the
completion of the building and endeavor
to have it done by Jan. 1 at the outside
In the meantime tbe committees will con
tinue their canvass for subscriptions and
if mere than tbe $18,000 the committee
ha.? undertaken to secure is subscribed
it wi:i come in quite handy, as the ad
vaoce in the prices of material and tbe
dtciand for work has i creased the esti
mated cost of the improvements some
what. Tbe soliciting committee desires to
publicly express its appreciation of the
uniformly pleasant manner in which its
members have been received, acd i:s
thacksfor the response so liberally given.
Tbe fol'oxing has been handed to The
The roann ttee wish to thank the
daily acd weekly papers for their help.
Tbe generom ue given by The Argus.
Union an i Hock Islander of their col
umn? has been of no little benefit to the
Alexander U lock be IT. a Pioneer Pisiei
Away Lat Xlclii Tiie ft'nnel-al .
Alexander Giockhoff died a, his home
on Eighteenth avenue in Souib Park at
9 o'clock last niht of a dropsical Sec
tion. aed 68 years and 8 moot1".
He was one of the pioneers of this sec
tion, having resided here since 13)2. He
was born in one of the Baltic provinces of
Russia and in early boyhood learned tbe
cigarmakers' trade. He worked at this.
and traveled somewhat extensively in
E'irope, embarking for America in 1843.
After coming here be located at Cincin
nati where he was united in marriage to
Miss Katberine Schnieder, and the cou
ple removed to this city and established a
home here in '52. Mr, Glockaoff opened
the first cigar store and manufactory in
which h was very successful, retiring af
ter 15 years and purchasing 123 acres of
land on tbe bluff, where he resided until
three years ago, when failing health com
pelled him to give up active work and he
purchased a smaller tract in South Park
on which he has sibce lived. He is sur
vived by a widow and four children
Mrs. Julia Schocker. Mrs. Birtha Russ
and Louis who reside in the city, and
George, who resides on the bluff. De
ceased was an upright and honest citizen
liberal in bis views and erj lyed the high
est esteem of all in the community in
which he hai reeided so many years.
The funeral will occur from his late
home in 3outh Park tomorrow afternoon
at 2 o'clock.
George Marlowe, colored, who has
been a familiar figure aboat town for
several years past, died at his residence
on Sixteenth street, between First and
Second avenue, of asthma and dropsy at
11 -30 o cLck yesterday, aged 63 years.
He was born in Missouri, where he re
sided most of bis life, comine to this city
about seven years ago. The funeral oc
curred from bis late home at 2 o'clock
this afternoon .
!Have too Read
How Mr. W. D. Wen'.x of Genera, N. Y.
waa cured of the severest form of dyspep
sia? He says everything he ate seemed
like pouring melted letd into his stomach
Rood's Sarsapsriila eCected a perfect cure
Full particulars wiii be eent if yoa write
C. I. Hood s Co, tioweil. Mass.
The hiehest praise has been won by
Uood a fills lor their easy, yet efficient.
1HR DaJLY AKO,:h diliTereti at your door
LOST A HanQng Case Goll Watch, between
Rock Island and bavenptrt: care contained
two photographs ; return to A sues office and re
Ihrea Tbings to Bsmambsr.
Hood'd Sarsaparilla has the most
Hood's Sarsaparilla has won unequal
Hood's Sarsaparilla accomplishes tbe
Is it not the medicine for you?
Constipation is caused by loss of the
lieristalUc action of the bowels. Hood's
Pills restore this action and invigorate
r st liver.
Used In Millions ef Homes 40 Years the Standard
WANTED Earnest, Intel ig-ent ladr to eetab
lieh a good paying bcinc: on- having had
experience in a cick r..om pre'erred; call at Mite
3, aicCulloagh nlocK. iiarenport, Iowa.
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
FRIDAY, SEPT. 2nd.
Evening at 8 and a Grand Family and School
Maliuea at 3 p, m.
Farewell Tour of the World -original
The LWpnriane In the psntcm!mical Mntcal
Extra: aanza. The Rival, and Ga'.l'.Ter
among the Lil:pjtla:i.
and the Mcaicol Farce Cotredr, The Little
Countess, or r. Ceases Uarlcr. ir,ito
daclnif heemalU-et and mot ver-atil:
little actors and act re -era in
See thec3Mnme from Worth"?: K5 CQ In dia
mond; the $-1,500 Necklace t resented by tjueen
Victoria; the smallest Ponies, the fmaiWt cr.
r ase, the rma'.lest coachman tn the world: don't
tni the la?t chance of seem th-r only Lilipntians
Pa'cesof Admis-ion Evenlns. 95, .V and 75c;
Matinee, 25 and 5c; reserved Seat, now on ite
at Uirper Uoase drug store.
. J. E- Montrose, Manager.
MONDAY, SEPT., 5th,
The Established Comedian.
John T. Kelly,
Aided by FLOKRIE WEST. MATTIE VICKKRS
and others, in the Musical eccentric! y.
Seats on sa'e at Harper House drnrstorc. Fri
day, September 2nd.
ITicee 35 SO and 75 cen's .
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
JUST ONE WIGHT!
WEDNESDAY, SEPT., 7th.
The original &nd Greitett of all Swedish comedy
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it SI. RPl
Cjc r a !? rS
I -s5 2 3
Of s?i pea
1615 an 1 1617 Second Avenua.
New styles ot
Don't get frightened,
Not a day too soon to tbink
.About buy iDg blankets.
We propose to hare an
Early Blanket Sale
All kinds of Blankets,
Cheapest to best,
Sanitary, Plaid etc.
T make an event worth talk
ing about we will srll iqq
pairs of Blankets in
Soft Sanitary Grey for
$2.50 a Pair.
You have paid $3.50
For no better.
Specially Low prices
On other grades.
Buy this week
And save money.
Our new Fall Dress Gooii
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
lERSANN & SAUMANN,
D. ROY BOOTS.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
With BEN HENDRICKS in the title role.
The Talk of Every Citjl
Toe Gang Flack for all Imitator?!
Not a'l stars, but positively the best Comely com
pany ever seen with a similar o-ganization,
including the National Swedish Lady
Quartette from Stockholm.
Yon can avoid disappointment h7 r eenrintr
seats in advance at Harper Uoofe dengature.
Fricec ta, 50 and vo cent.
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brands of dorretic
and imported cigars All brands of tobacco.
The score of all Jae ball games will be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1525 and 1527
124, 126 and 128
"OCKET KNIVES and SCISSORS took th hio-h
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 keens honse wants nn Wmnt imn
finish Fire Sets and Irons.
ACC r.n 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
anv other time. Come in and see how much I have to show you
that is usef al and novel in housekeeping goods.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth 8treet, Rock Island.
The Biggest Cui Of AIL
As we near the goal of Summer we. are more forcibly impressed
with the necessity ofreducing our stock previous to receiving our
enormous FALL STOCK which is now under process ot manufac
ture. We are determined to clear the greatest portion of our stock
at next to nothing prices.
Too many Hats
Too many Suits.
Too many Pantaloons.
Too many Negligee Shirts.
Too much Underwear.
Fatten your Purse by assisting us to reduce stock and secure space
. -Best Equipped Clothing and Shoe House in Rock Island county. -