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THE APtGUS, WEDXESPAr, JUXE 7, 18U.J.
. CITY CHAT.
Spring chickens atlless Bros'.
Men's hocs $1 per pair at Dolly
Bros. , . . .
Ladies waists from S2c up at the
At less than half their worth
men's suits M. & K.
Strawberries and early Richmond
cherries at Hess Bros'.
A gigantic sale of men's suits
immense bargains. M. & K.
fS.fi. 4.SS, $5.8$. 6.83 men's
suits worth double. M. & K. .
For style, lit and ffnish try a pair
of Dolly Bros.' 3 men's shoes.
Cucumbers, beets, tomatoes, cauli
flower and cabbage at Hess Bros'.
You'll find Simon & Mosenfelder,
these days, chuck full of bargains.
For comfort and durability try a
pair of Dolly Bros.' $2 men's shoes.
Our $3.68 suits are worth more
than thrice the amount. The Lou
don. Nice, nobby, light colors, in the
8.88, 4.88. etc., suit sale at the M.
The carpenters of Moline will have
a meeting this evening at 7:80 at
What a great line of neglige and
percale shirts Simon & Mosenfelder
Just received, an elegant line of
light colored men's suits at Simon &
Maj. M. Meigs, of Keokuk, visited in
the city last night with his brother-in-law,
William Moore, of Coal Valley,
was in the city today ai.d favored
The AKrtrs with a call.
No shoddy suits in the lot $3.fi
worth more than double what we
ask for them, the London.
The other fellows ain't in it when
von compare Simon & Mosenfelder's
"5, $6.90, $7,50 and $10 suits.
See those newest light colored
suits Simon & Mosenfelder have just
received. Thev are beauties.
Look at our $7.39 suits, better
than t hose quoted oy other dealers
at $10. Compare prices. The Lon
don. Clemann & Salzuiann just unpacked
a car load of bed room suits and side
boards that will be sold :ti v.-ry low
See those !?ti.:5'. suils. tlu an- lus
ter than those (UeI,d -Ui V .liel e :l
7.5". Wi ;i!n;U i;ii'.'e!--!i. 'YUa
change of venue from Magistrate
Schroeder last evening, and the trial
occurred today. Justice Weld held
defendant to the grand jury in bonds
Representative McCormick, of the
United Brotherhood of Carpenters
and Joiners of America, arrived in
the city this morning, his mission
here being in the interest of a settle
ment of the present difliculties. An
other meeting of the contractors'will
be held this evening.
Challenge suit sale that knocks
'em all out. Suits $3.69 worth more
than double; suits for $6.39 worth
more than double the amount, suits
for $7.39 worth more than double
what we ask for them. You know we
undersell every body on every thing.
The London big store.
Mrs. J. J. Johnson, of Omaha, ac
companied by her daughter. Miss
Louie, and son, Harry, have arrived
in the city and are visiting at the
residence of J. V. Bailey on Second
avenue. Mr. Bailev is taking a va
cation and next week he, together
with his family and their guests,
will visit the World's Fair.
The Y. M. C. A. building
will be illuminated and opened to
visitors Thursday from 7 to 10 p. m.
The ladies' auxiliary will be the
hosts of the evening. Ice cream and
cake will be served to all who wish
them, and an orchestra will furnish
music throughout the evening. All
the friends of the association are in
vited to call.
For some time M. & K. have been
negotiating with several of the larg
est and best manufacturers in Chi
cago, who, owing to the depression
in the money market were compelled
to unload. For spot cash M. & K.
have made a purchase of over 500
mens suits which they have placed
on sale at half their actual worth.
Mis. Augusta Bleuer. wife of Wil
liam Blotter, died at her home 820
Fourteenth street, at 4 j'elock this
morning of pueperal fever, aged
nearly 22 years. She leaves beside
her husband a boy baby two weeks
old. Deceased grew up in the city
and was married to Mr. Bluer only
last fall. She has many friends who
will learn with sorrow of her un
Special rei:t! nieetintrs are being
!icH in Ninth street M. K. church.
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'.'s Simon 0.' Mo.-, ii i'oi.ier to
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i; ; ll. :. J to invest.
Tic.1 :'.- fi.r t lie hiL". 'i school eoin-
u..--v.-uiui Friday. J-.u.-- 9. will be
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"limit v i i t ll lost aiici :.- tin
K. iaced on -peeiai sale
Id cos? dol'.ble. ! nil ll t'ae-
l up - s a pi- ii
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f then) at
three da vs.
it oi i. nip.
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ail' i s j'tst ro-
iim I "Jo spring jackets
l. le.osJ ! v I ones irotn MX to
.-; 2 '. tal.i our i l.oiee of the lot dur
ing these tliree days for
'.!. .1. lb Mi M,
j- ''j ',rau 1'a . entorl . 1m.
M. Taui Lo.ige. .V.
Knights i f l'vllii-i
of officers on Mo;i
107, ,.f the
. licld its election
av niglit at Catie
:.Av -isi s Arthur Hurra!!. '. W. Ne
gus and W. F. Tindall rpeut vester
dav at Sterling, where they attended
a great horse sale at the stock farm
of W. A. Sanburn.
The Williams family of this city
made a decided hit at Orion last
night being fairly showered with
flowers. The people are anxious for
a return engagement.
Allen D. Welch and
panic I by the Misses
Lura L;ilvcns and K.ile
tralnv for Chicago on
visit to the World's Fair.
Those so'. o9 suit s are the latest
stvle find all new good.-, just re
ce'ived. cheap at $i:.5!l. and better
than those others ijuote lor a much
hi "her price. The Loudon.
The committee appointed to in
vestigate as to Hie a:iegcu improper
practice of W. A. Mcesc, of Moline;
made its report yesterday to the cir
cuit court exonerating Mr. Meese.
President Roscnficld, of the-''People's
National bank, received private
advices today from Chicago t the
effect that a much better feeling ex
ists today and that the local bunk
think the disturbance among deposi
tors is about over.
The case of John Capilas for as
sault with a deadly weapon, was
taken before Justice Weld on a
all. the t'nIi'iK ing bt ing f ho-eii :
( '. C- Hal i v Smvtiie.
V. t Fred Maa'sscn.
Prelate. Charles Long.
M. of E. J. i. Burgh.
K. of R. and S. S. 11. Wright.
M. of F. S. It. Wright.
M. of A. W. W. Bowlbv.
G. R. S.R.Wright. . '
The, stage of water at Rock Island
bridge at noon today was 9:75, and
the temperature was,7-7r
The B. llershey, Sidney and Verne
Swain came dojval1 and the Abncr
Gile and Verne"Swain passed up.
"tall Into L.ne.
Join the great proco9!-ion : It marches to vic
tory! It konodtfent: Inscribed on its ban
ners is tlKV.lnepiring birtl- cry, "Dr. Pierce's
Golden Slediciil O'lroviri-." Its line of march
extend uctos'4 the contiiiLiit and around the
worldf A happy illiismtion of tho popularity
and euccc!"s of this world Tamed remedy. Tie
cterj where relieving i:iin, iiisiriotr ho c, curing
(Urease! For Ell b!ood disorder it its acknowl
edne.1 tho ucftrt, the must thorough, the best!
The bvr r.n.l kiilnejf rc?poi;d at once to the lu
v!gora'iiis touch ; tironli tliein the wbole eyctem
i cleaned and built i anew.
if yon are sick, indisposed, debilitated, weak,
snfferintr from niuluitou or otlier poisrni?. oh'H
End the"Uol.icn Medlcbl Discovery" the remedy
par excellence to restore y".
Uarvurd Will t l Tliere.
BOSTON, June 7. Contrary to published
reports it is very improbable that Harvard
will be represented in any way at tho com
inc base ball tournament in Chicago.
Offers weru made to Harvard to attend,
y.t. thn tynpnsps urovtd to be greater than
were at first supposed find, now nothing ia
beinjf done at llaryiwd about t,ue nyytci.
t f! a h m fa ii
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder, No Ammonia; No Alum
-Used in Millions of Homes 40 lezia the Standard.
For some time we have been negotiating with several of the
best and largest Clothing Manufacturers in Chicago, who, owing
to the crisis in the money market have been compelled to unload
FOR SPOT CASH, we have made a purchase of ov
MEN'S SUITS which we have placed on sale, some of then) ai
83.8 for suits worth
It would be an easy matter for us to quote the $3.88 Suits as
being worth $12.00, or the $7.50 Suits as being worth $15.00 as
some dealers are in the habit of doing, but we state FACTS only,
and we guarantee that no other dealer can begin to match any of
the above garments at the price we are selling.
They are Meal Genuine Bargains.
Largest Clothing and Shoe Stores in Rock Island Go.
Clothinc Store 1729 Secoci
Some Immense Bargains in Boys' suits among the lot.
Shoe Store 1604 Second avenue