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THE AUGUS, FRIDAY", JULY 28, 181).
M. & K's.
Rebate ."boo sail-.
Only one day more.
Fresh celery at BuncherV.
Spring chicken! at Buncher's.
20 suits for 'J.JD. The London.
18 .suits for .99. The "London.
California cherry cider at Passig's.
Straw hats, 2.5 cents. The London.
Yeast Foam 3c per package at Pas
sig's. Choice spriug lamb at II. Treman
Root beer 12 cents per bottle at
Best patent Hour 1.05 per sack at
Choice spring li.mb at H. Treuiaii
Silver plated sugar shells 5c at the
Watermelons and muskmelous at
Mustard sardines 1 cents per can
A full line of fresh vegetables at
Buy your handkerchiefs now at the
Four pounds of raisins for 25 cents
Waternielon and muskniclniis at
Spring chickens dressed to order at
('ranulated -ugar. 17 iounds for $1
lie bargain dav ;it
Pearl soap, eight bars for ', cents
Dressed spring chickens at H. Tre
man & Sons'.
Dressed spring chickens at H. Tre
man & Suns".
Ten pounds ...f .at meal for .
cents at Passig's.
John Barton, of Coal Vallev. wa
in the city toilav.
Amber smoking tobacco lse per
...I ... "!.- . . t
I'ouiiii ai i assig
No place like the M. & K. for real
oargains in lootwear. '
W hite and fancy duck vests one
half price. The London.
All tan shoes and Oxfords at a re
duction to close. Boston.
Celery, tomatoes and a full line of
iresu vegetables at Passig's.
Attend M. & K's. shoe sale to save
money. (July one more dav.
5 for the men's tine Cordovan
snoes this week at the M. & K.
50-cent suspenders 25 cents. Look
in show window of the London.
Egg plant, tomatoes and a full line
of fresh vegetables at Hess Bros'.
90c buys a ladies' patent tip Ox
ford tie at the M. & K. shoe sale.
Turtle soup lunch at Joseph Gutz-
cue saioon tomorrow evening.
Tomorrow is the last dav of the
handkerchief sale at the Columbia.
Laundried negligee shirt, worth
1.50 and 1.75. for 1. The London.
Have one lot ladies' Kon-'ola Ox
fords to close at 95 cents. "Boston.
S. A. Lynde. of Chicago, is spend
ing a few. days with relatives in the
Blackberries, blueberries, peaches
apples, orange and bananas at Pas
sig's. Blackberries, blueberries, peaches
pears, plums and apples at Hess
:U( buys a ladies line don-ola
baud-turned button shoe at the M A:
1.5d a pair for the 2.5o ami - 75
patent leather Oxfords this week
M. & K.
l.fi5 for the 2.5.i and 2.75 rmali
t.v white canvas Oxfords this week
M. & K.
Ladies white canvas kid (jimmed
Oxfords, was 2. 25. li..w sfl.-yt. The
Pears, grapes. peaches, apples,
blueberries and blackberries :lt
The M. K. (diui-ch Sun, lav school is
- having i'.s annual picnic M'i !Y.-i.,t
park today. 1
Miss Minnie Jones i,as ;.,.,.,, t(.,
the position of cashier in theM. & K.
AI. it K's. rebate shoe sale is at
trading the ones who are anxious to
William Mcl'.niry and J. II. John
ston left for Hillsdale this niorniu-"-on
Anything and cvcrvthiii" 2o per
-nt olT at the i;oS',r)II .sratnlav.
Don t miss it.
One lot ladies", misses and cliil
Iren s Oxtords. 20 per cent oil. See
For sale cheap, road cart nearlv as
"od as new. K,,uire at Maucker &
Sinnett's feed stable.
Have y noticed the hundred
thousand dollar diamond in Johnnv
.Jones show window?
Call on C. W. Spidell, contractor
f sidewalks, brick, tile or cement.
Lnrjuire at Maucker house.
Dr. J. M. Br.meran.l I'. L". Ko.rcrs,
of Port Byron, were shakin- hands
with friends here yctcrdav.
Your choice ,,f any sliirt or waist
in the house for 50 cents. Star and
Mother's Friend, the London.
J. B. Sax, of the firm of Sax & Rice,
with his wife and family of Ottimiwa
is in the city for a couple of daws.
Collector Lberhart, of the Argus,
desires that all subscribers try "and
meet their subscriptions up to the I
first of the month. He will make a
special effort next month to give
everyone a chance to pay.
Tomorrow is th last day of our
9.99 suit sale. Your choice of any
light colored suit in the house for
If Vou are down town tomorrow
evening drop into Joseph Gutz
weiler's and get a dish of ttirtle
Thomas Quirk and wife, of Jack
sonville.hc formerly a train dispatch
er here, are visiting Miss Mamie
Brand new cotton top, leather
tufted matresses, $2.5 at J. W.
Jones' second-hand store. 1622 Sec
Fred Jones, of this city, has ac
cepted a position cn A. J. Whitney's
boats as clerk, and left for Dubuque
Court convened at 2 o'clock todav
in adjourned session, and in the ab
sence of Judge Glenn, Judge Pleas
You can get at Long's tomorrow"
melons, berries, 1 ananas, oranges,
egg plants, celery, tomatoes and a
full supplv of hone grown vegeta
bles. The law n fete at the residence of
Mrs. Ellen Webber, on Llm street, -given
by the ladies of the Central
church last evening, proved a suc
Last evening while riding on Fifth
avenue, a horse 11 ion which Louis
Miller was riding fell, and Mr. Miller
received injuries which will lay him
up for some time.
A trial is in prog -ess in Magistrate
Schroeder's court '1 his afternoon, in
which B. Brow n an 1 Henry No Id are
complainant and ( efcnda'nt respec-
ucm, ior assault ana hattcry.
Charles R. Heatli is the name of a
plucky little bicyclist of Chicago
who stopped in'Kock Island last
evening. He is on his way to San
Francisco. His m xt stop "is Lin
Thomas Cox has concluded train
ing for his tight with James Maher,
of Iowa City, tomorrow evening.
It promises to be a good contest, as
both men have trained faithfullv.
The light takes pli ce at Northwest
Turner hall, Davenport.
Mrs. Luella Brindle Perry died at
the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. William G. Brindle, 620 Thirty
eighth street, at 11:15 this morning,
of quick consumpti in, aged 25 vears
and 5 months. T;ie time of the
funeral has not yet been decided
A little altercatioi., in which a col
ored man was one of the chief fac
tors, attracted the attention of the
public last evening, occurring as it
did in a Second avenue bar room. It
looked for a time as if the police
might be called, but the trouble was
finally abated without bloodshed.
Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Paul returned
last evening from the cast, where the
doctor has been engaged for the past
year iu the interest of the Morrell
Liquor company in New York and
New England. " Dr. and Mrs. Paul
are temporarily domiciled at the res
idence of Capt. and Mrs. T. J. Bu
ford on First avenue.
Daniel Wilkins, Philip Dingledein
and P. Werner, of tl is city, the men
bitten by the rabid dog a" few weeks
ago. returned last veiling from the
Pasteur institute o" Chicago, where
for the past seven days they have
been undergoing featnient. " The
doctors assure the gentlemen that
they are entirely cur 'd of the effects,
and that there is now no danger
A report has gaiied currency in
the city that James Condon, well
known in this city, had both limbs
cut off in Chicago yesterday, but his
sister. Mrs. George Wright, says she
believes it to be alio her man, as she
has heard nothing ' it but the re
port. Mr. Condon Las been in Chi
cago but a short tine, and if he has
met with such misf irtune his rela
tives here will undoubtedly hear of
The Yorwacrts Turning society of
Moline returned hu t evening from
the turiifest at Milwaukee." The
Turners took first prize for this dis
trict of tiie Illinois ( cntral Turn Be.
sirk. They were rut at the train
by a band, and t h -nee escort ed to
Wagner's opera house where- a ban
quet was served, speaking and mu
sic being the order of the evening.
By taking first prize t he Yorwacrts
rank lirst among the Turner socie
ties of this district.
The Mary Morton is due up Sundav
The pack-: Pittsburg passed up
The Yerne Swain v as iu and out
of port as usual.
The Irene D., West Rum ho. Dan
Thayer and Jo Long -vent up.
The stage of water at Rock Isl
and bridge- at noon today was 2.75;
the temperature was S5.
The Bart E. Linehan, Irene D.,
West Ram bo and Saturn each
brought down eight strings of lum
ber, the Dan Thayer 1 inc. and the Jo
Lilceniteil to Wed
25 Frank Engelm inn. Rock Isl
and. Miss Constantino Nold, Joslin.
20 Charles E. Le nun and Miss
Mary Philebar, Rock Island.
2H Theodore Andrews. Rock- Isl
and, and Mrs. Margaret t a Weise,
V ' J . .T.-.l. t. U .11 I)
York for a plain drunk g ive his name as
Charles E. Gladstone 1 ud said he wa
second cousin to the G. O. M.
A Vouncr Knirllslmi.m .irswf-..r .
TO STOP THE PROGRESS
you will find but
i-1 remedy Doctor
Medical Disco verv.
in F.uvanceu cases.
u Di-inss comrort
and relief; if you
too lona. 1 vri'J
certainly cure. It doesn't claim too much.
It won t make new lungs nothing can ;
but it will make diseased ones sound and
cealtby, when everything else has failed.
Tbe scrofulous affection of the lungs that's
caused Consumption, like every other form
of Hcrofula, and every blood-taint and dis
order, yields to the " Discovery." It is the
most effective blood - cleanser, strenrth - rv
storer, and flesh-buildc-r that's known to med
ical science. In all Bronchial, Throat- n1
Lung Affections, if it ever fails to benefit
or cure, you nave your money Lack.
A perfect and permanent cure for your
by the proprietors of Dr. Sage's Catarrh
RK VOU IX NEED?
Want a cook
Want board en
Want a partner
Want a situation
Want to rent rooms
Want a servant fiirl
Want to sell a farm
Whm 10 sell a house
Wun' to exchange anything
Wunt te household roode
Want to mrXv any rcalestutt- Inano
Want to si-It or irade for anything
Waiit to lind customers fr anything
USE THESE COLUMNS.
OH K I AILYAKGl'S DELIVERED AT YOU K
1 door every evening for iQ per week.
BOAFDEKS AND ROOMERS WASTED AT
H08 second aveme. Call mornins.8.
Wh olesale Dealer and Importer of
Wines and Liquors;
1616 nd 1618 Third Av
(Sncccssor to II. WENDT.)
Merchant -:- Tailor,
119 Eighteeuth Street.
JBsS-Fit and Workmanship Guar
anteed the Best.
Cleaning and Repairing Pone.
House Raising and Moving-
SATISFACTION Gl'A UANTE-tP.
Raising brick buildings especially
Address E- A- ROUNDS,
1M3 Sewntli Avenue. Box 131.
Special to Ladies.
To each of tin- first One Ilunilrevl Indies who
cull utonr nfflre on week lieE-num;; Mdiiilay. ,lu.y
"e v,ni (.reoi-m inn- nun e 01 our new Mini
Lotion. Th ne are not to U- samples but full
sized 4 oz. 50c bottles.
Dr. Springatern Medicine Co.
S5 Whitakur Block, Dav niort.
Commencing Saturday, July 22. Ending Saturday, July 29.
Everyone is familiar with our Rmous Rebate Shoe Sales, which have been the means of adding
prominence to our shoe store. In addition to the many reductions in price we shall for one week
pive the following:
Those who have attended these
sales (and most everyone has)
know their meaning. Many of
our patrons buy a supply to last
from one sale to the next.
Shoe Store 104 Second avenue
Great Sale of
for the next TEN DAYS at very
low prices. Call and see them.
FIOBITIi m STOVES,
all sizes. For economy and labor-saving
there is no fuel to
equal a Gas stove.
Ice Cream Freezers.
1615 and 1617 Second A.v-i)U-.
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & Alartin
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
. . vttii"! I'M.r'T-t J"-'-!"!!",
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the bnept brands of dorrcsTic
and im;orted cii.-Br. All brands )f tobacco.
The tcorc of all tbe ball games wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1S08 Second Avcnne.
50c rebate on all shoes from $4.50 upward
40c " " " j. 25 to S4.00
30c " " " " 2.25 to J. 00
20c " . " " " 1.25 to 2.00
10c " " " .50 to 1.00
Positively for One Week .Only.
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Dress Goods Display.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
of this week we will display the
entire line of imported Dress
Goods of one of the largest im
porting houses in the country
Fancy Hop Sackings,
Plaid Hop Sackings,
In fact will be able to show you "the
1709 and 1709 Second aveim.
The Columbia : :
Always the Cheapest.
Extraordinary Handkerchief Sale.
Positively the Lowest Prices ever Offered in
this Locality on Handkerchiefs.
LOT 150 dozen Embroidered Shiffon Handkerchiefs at 10c to be
sold each evening from 7 to k. None to children.
LOT 250 dozen Embroidered Swiss Handkerchiefs as Ion;: us
they last at oc each. None of this lot to be sold in" the
even in if.
LOT 3 Fancy Embroidered Swiss Handkerchiefs at 7c, Sc lOe
li'c and 15c, worth double.
Silver-plated Supir shells 5c each, 1 onlv to each customer.
Silver-plated Photograph Frames at 33c
Spirit Thermometers al 7c each.
WE ALWAYS UNDERSELL. ALL GOODS WARRANTED.
F G. YOUSG. Proprietor.
1728 Second Av.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic ami Dispsiiig Pharmacist
Is row l,n:a-td in his new building at the comer of Fifth avcuue
and Twenty-third street.
J. F. KoSENFIELD.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters.
House Heating and Sanitarv Plunibin'
Largest Clothing and Shoe Stores in Rock Island County.
Clothing Store 1729 Second Avenue.
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Dress Goods Display.
latest things for fall wear in ..,
At the same time we will take ui ... i-
for any pattern you can wi-h t .
select for future deliverv. v,
such chance to see so clei::i:.t t
line offered again.
But one pattern will be sold .f Lt)v
Delivery about Sept. 1, ur later j
Monday, Tuesday and Wedue.-hn , i
22:i Twentieth str.
None before Saturday, July 22
None after Saturday, July 23.
Do not miss it. And do not
blame us if you fail to attend