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' THE BOOK ISTASffl ARQUei WEDNESDAY. APBIL 8, 1S89.
. .. - ii i a p.
be.t ,is cord thread; .y.
. ..A- niora ai 4 cts per spool.
,d sii ,UD
47c Per Dozen.
. ju9t received a full and com -Wi,
S.rimeni of Riding Bros' best
, (.urks ami all color, wblrh we shall
Inb .Ul4n per spool.
"Pigs in Clover."
jyu pi- in Clover puzzles just received at
7c. 7c 7c. 7c. 7c. 7 7c.
For linle litlle ,,oy, ,or hig R,rl8
i bil I"".'". ,or m''n n women P'
i'l..nl nien. diwtors. lawyers, pollli-.-rHn-lfailiers,
lor your sisters, jour
Ulns ,,,,r BUnU; K'6"
all over the east. A real sensation
Lire Whil"n and everywhere. Ten
lone you can't do it.but they all try. The
greatest toy ever known, only 7c each.
1714. 1718. 1718. 1720 and 1722 Second Avsntje. Rock Island.
KINGSBURY & SON
Are the Leaders in LOW PRICES on-
COME AND SEE OUR STOCK
and get our prices.
jTDo not forget the place,
1705 Secend Avenue.
;Dry Goods Stores
Corner Second and Brady Sts.
DAVENPORT, I A.
It is to the interest of every one desiring to buy
To visit us befoie making their purchase of Dry Goods.
Our BtOCk is ENTIRELY
New from Beginning to End.
We have no old Bh-lf-worn goods, nor goods that are undesirable
in st vita. OUR STOCK is bought ss cheap as money will buy from
Ibe best factories and Importing bouses. We are in a position to
make rork bottom prices. We carry well known brands of goods and
(In out want to imoooe upon our patrons with sheddv manufacturers -
CVVben jon buy of us you may expect what you buy, and in all cases
"laud ready to make our word good.
S'k jour patrnnagd.
We tHke pleasure In showing our goods, and we most cordially invite
7 'u id cniTR- and examine our goods. Examine and compare our prices
and you will find them the lowest. Yours ery respectfully.
the largest stock in the city,
0r cond Ave.; and 15th street
Papers, choice variety imported flower
seeds and English lawn grass, imported
for special distribution among our cus
3e Per Paper 3e
These choice seeds comprise sixty diN
ferent varieties, and are warranted fresh,
new seeds, true to name, and every paper
guaranteed to grow if properly planted.
Money will be cheerfully refunded if seed
is not just as recommended or fails to grow
A lot of nsw cloth and Jersey
Just received cheap.
50 Shoulder Scarfs,
embroidered with silk and fringed, at $1
and 11.82, all colors. Only one-third
This Is the basis upon which we
VINNEDGE & CO.
at a BARGAIN
and .re bound to sail, and prices are
don." on short notice. All work
Re3n.lt of -Yesterday's Municipal
THE-JIASIIE EX" l AXOl DATE FOB
MAYOR BQirEEZEts TMBOCGH.
Deacrrtti El ft Foar Oat of the Sev
en Aldcrme- with a Tiei Vote la the
Wfroad..."Batti-ny Bub" Laid n
THE KUCCEMStTL CAXOIOATEIS.
Msyor WILLIAM McCOXOCHTK, H
Clark ROBERT KOEHI.ER. R
Attorney JOSEPH L. HAAS, R
Treasurer OEOK6B LOOSLEY, K
Msrrta HESRY WIVILL, D
hupervl.or WILLIAM ATKINSON, M
Am'I Supervisor! OLIVER OLSON, R
CONRAD SCHNEIDER. R
WILLIAM COLLINS. K
MAKTlN FICK, R
Collector FETKR FREY, D
AMor JOHN BARGE, D
Justice of tue Pea e DAVID HA WE, R
S. F. COOKE, R
CODtablee .TAMES REIUY.D
JOHN SPELLMAN, D
HENRY HARRIS, R
While to all outward appearances yes
terday's municipal election was quiet in
all respects, it vas probably one of the
closest, hardest fought and most earnest
ever held in the city. At the polls per,
feet peace was n aintained, notwithstand
ing that decidel preferences were diss
played and that considerable scratching
was done all around. People generally
regarded that there was a question of
vast interest involved in the mayoralty
contest as in tl e entire city ticket, and
while unofficial returns indicate the
election of the "masheen" candidate for
mayor by a small msjority.the democratic
ticket made a big run, showing decided
and marked gains hi every precinct in the
city; and there is much satisfaction
in the fact that sir. Ilass bad the hearty
and united support of the business men
and also a large body of republicans who
were anxious not only to select the more
representative a an, but to defeat the po
litical ring that, manipulated McCono
chie's canvass. The heaviest taxpayers
voted against the candidate who sought
to depreciate sone of the best property
interests of the city, yet with the use of
illegal votes of irsnsitory citizens, who
have no propeity or other interests in
Rock .Island, the "masheen" was enabled
to pull its man through by the skin of
his teeth, in dt fiance of the withes of
property holders and tax paying citizrns
who regarded political preferment as
secondary to those things which, looked
to the upbuilding of the city and the ad
vancing of its institutions. The time is
at baud when something should be done
to prevent mere sojourners in the city
whose borne and interests are elsewhere,
wielding the ii.fluence of franchise in
city politics. B it for the assistance thus
secured in the ex :reme upper ward of the
city, the wishes of those who have the
best right right 1 3 say would have been
respected in yesterday's contest at the
Nevertheless tie day was a disastrous
one for the "matbeen." for in those parts
of the city wLicL it looked upon as its
best strongholls, it suffered the
most defeat; notably in the alder
manic contests in the First, Third,
Fourth and Seventh wards, the
democrats electing an alderman in each
of the wards named and having even
chances in the Second ward, where the
returns show a tie. In the Third and
Fourth wards the democrats were san
guine of success and the results, though
tbey meet expectations, are all (be more
gratifying as regards the Third ward in
particular, where the moat unscrupulous
methods were rt sorted to to create fac
tional feeling toward Mr. Uorken, who is
elected by a handsome majority. The
First and Seventh wards have made the
most astonishing; gains, electing demo
cratic aldermen in the strongest republi
can wards in the city, something that
has not been dc ne before in years.
In the general results the democrats
cut the republican majorities down on
every ' candidate for instance, Capt.
Koebler, being barely re elected city
clerk his majority falling down to 49.
his plurality two years ago being 301,
and greatly reducing the majority on
treasurer. For police magistrate H. C.
Wivill has snowed "Butterfly" Bennett.
one or the component parts oi tne
'masheen" combination, completely out
of sight, defeatir g him in bis aspirations
for re-election by one hundred and eighty
On ;he townsl ip ticket the democrats
have also been triumphant, reelecting J.
Barge assessor over E. M. Wilcox, and
electing Peter Frey township collector
over Cbas. Fiebi;. T. J. Medill comes
within a few votes of defeating 'flquiie
Cooke for reelection.
The democratu elect two constables
out of the three J. . Keidy and John
Spellman defeating P. J. Cary and
Stephen O Connor. The entire delega
tion to the county board is republican
The following tabulation shows
HOW TDK VOTE STANDS:
FI IST WARD.
Coyne . .
Bennett. . . . .
Tl mO WARD.
. . .221 58
. . 175 5
Haas 206 70
Loosley 180 15
111 175 8
Hass 207 16
Abell 208 16
McEniry 199 1
Loosley 202 5
Wivill 225 61
Knox 225 50
McConochie 174 53
Koehler 167 15
Haaa 172 89
Loosley ..." 170 43
Bennett 150 8
Schroeder 175 54
SEVENTH WARD. '
McConochie 154 81
Koehler 173 65
McEniry . .119
Haas". 158 39
Loosley 169 58
Bennett 151 25
Larkin 149 16
The "masheen" neglected to respect
the orders of the council that voters be
permitted to express themselves on tue
question of selling the water works, and
made only partial provision for It on their
ticket. In this way a teneral ex
pression on this important matter was
prevented. The Ahgus has heard from
all the wards but the Sixth as follows:
First ward 156 178
Second " 102 183
Third " 139 " 84
Fourth " 82 117
Fifth " 98 110
Seventh ..119 78
THE TOWN TICKET.
First ward Supervisor, B Winter, D,
150; Wm Atkinson. R, 174. Assistant
supervisors, J W Roche. D, 134; Geo
Jones, D. 152; Valentine Dauber, D,
143; J F McKibben. D, 143; O P Olson,
R, 184; Conrad Schneider, R, 183; WC
Collins, R. 181; Martin Frick, R. 167.
Collector, Peter Frey. D, 139; Chas Fie
big, R, 183. Assessor, John Barge, D.
167; E M Wilcox. R. 158. Justices of
the peaces. T J Medill. Jr.. D, 146; B H
Kimball, D, 149; David Hawes. R, 175;
S F Cooke. R. 176. Constables. J E
Reidy. D. 146; John Flanagan, D. 183;
John Spellman. D, 156; H C Harris. R.
180, P J Cary, R. 16S; Steve O'Connor,
Second ward Supervisors, B Winter.
D. 200; Wm Atkinson, R, 217. Assistant
supervisors, J W Roche, D. 168; Geo
Jones.D, 185; Valentine Dauber, D, 181;
J F McKibben, D, 196; P Olson, R, 251;
Conrad Schneider. R. 237; W C Collins,
R. 232; M C Frick. R, 216. Assessor,
John Bare. D. 244; E M Wilcox, R.
171. Collector. Peter Frey, D. 196;
Chas Fiebig. R, 212. Justices of the
peace. T J Medill, Jr. D. 190; B H Kim
ball, D, 177; David Hawes, R, 28 ; S F
Cooke, R, 175; S C Cooke. 47. Con
stables. James E Reidy, D. 184; John
Flanagan, D, 157; John Spellman, D,
205; P J Heverling, 2; II C Harris, R,
234; P J Cary, It, 202; Steve O'Connor.
Third Ward Supervisor, B Winter. D,
235; Wm Atkinson. R, 158. Assistant
Supervisors, John W Roche, D, 235; Geo
Jones. D. 285; Valentine Dauber. D,
233: J F McKibben, D, 24V, O P Olson,
R. 146; C Schneider, R, 165; W C Col
lins, R. 165; M Frick. R. 147. Asses
sor. John Barge, D. 263; E M Wil
cox, R. 128. Collector, Peter Frey. D,
126; Charles Fiebig. R, 129. Justices of
the Peace. T J Medill. Jr., D. 286; B H
Kimball, D, 2S3; David Hawes, K, 160;
S F Cooke. R, 157. Constables, J E
Reidy. D, 239; John Flanagan. D, 198;
J Spellman. D, 249; H C Harris. R. 160;
P J Cary. R. 128; Steven O'Connor, R,
Fourth Ward Supervisor: B Winter,
D, 162; Wm. Atkinson, R. 181. Assist
ant Supervisors: John W Roche, D, 181;
George Jones, D, 140; Valentine Dauber,
D, 109; J F McKibben, D, lc7; O P
AIson,R. 178;JConrad Schneider, R. 201;
W V Collins. K. 190; M U Fnci, 1H0.
Collector: Peter Frey, D, 183; Charles
Fiebig, R, 161. Assessor: John Barge,
D, 184; E M Wilcox, R, 150 Justices of
the Peace: T J Medill, Jr.. D. 167; Ben
jamin H Kimball. D, 168; David Hawes,
K, 183; BF Cooke. K, 141; Samuel C
Cooke, R, 22. Constables: J E Reidy,
D, 162; John Flannagan. D, 155; John
Spellman, D, 159; H C Harris. R, 191;
P J Cary, R, 156; Stephen O'Connor, R,
Fiftb ward Supervisor, B Winter D,
164; Wm Atkinson.R. 285. Assistant su
pervisors, John W Roche, D. 187; Geo
Jones, D, 192; Valentine Dauber. D,
179; John F McKibben. D, 190; OP Ol
son. R. 191; Conrad Schneider. R. 245;
W C Collins. R. 224; Martin C Frick. R,
182. Collector. Peter Frey, D, 241;
Chas Fieibff. R, 158. Assessor. John
Barge, D, 191; E M Wilcox. R, 205.
Justices of the peace, T J Medill, Jr. D,
203; Ben) H Kimball. D. 185; David
Hawes. R, 205; S F Cooke. R. 201.
Constables, J E Reidy. D. 211; John
Flanagan'. D. 192; John Spellman, D.
211; H O Harris, R. 196: P J Cary, R,
154; Stephen O'Connor, R. 171.
Sixth ward Supervisor, B Winter, D,
106: W Atkinson, R, 192. Assistant su
pervisors, J W Roche, D. 118; Geo
Jones, D, 166; Valentine Dauber, D,
129: J F McKibben. D. 115; O P Olson,
R, 153; C Schneider, R, 196; W C Col-
Una, R. 158; M C Frick, R, 147. Collec
tor. Peter Frey. D, 217; Chas Fiebig. R,
82. Assessor. John Barge, D. 129; E M
Wilcox, R, 180. Justices of the peace,
T J Medill. Jr. D. 140: B H Kimball, D,
115; D Hawes, R. 160; S F Cooke, R,
169. Constables, J E Reidy. D. 186: J
Flanagan. D, 108; J Spellman. D. 184;
H U Harris. R, 178; P J Cary. R, 117;
Stephen O Connor, K, 124.
Seventh Ward Supervisor, B Winter,
D. 93; Wm. Atkinson, D, 181. Assist
ant supervisors: J W Roche, D, 105;
George Jones, D, 114; Valentine Dauber,
D. 116: J F McKibben, D, 118; O P
Olsen, R, 158; Conrad Schneider, R, 168;
W C Collins, R, 164; M O Frick. R. 100
Assessor: John Barge, D, 119; E M
Wilcox. R. 155. Collector: Peter frey.
D. 118; Charles Fiebig. R, 155. Justices
of the Peace: T J Medill. Jr., D. 110; B
H Kimball. D. 108; David Hawes. B,
168, 8 F Cooke. K, 164. Constables
Corken . . .
Guthrie , . .
JE Reidy, D, 114; Joha Flanagan, D.
107: John Spellman, D. 110; H C Harris,
R, 170; P J Cary, R, 142; 8tephenO Con
nor, R, 149.
McConochie ...1233 26
Koehler 1254 49
Haas.. 1817 201
Loosley ....1278 93
Wivill.... 1803 180
Winter .' 1112
Atkinson. ...1888 226
Schneider : 1895
Frey , 1220 140
Barge 1297 152
Cooke SF 1176
Cooke SC 69
SOUTH ROCK ISLAND
Supervisor, R Richmond. D, 100; II
Bostock. R. 109. Clerk. M G Field. D,
111; C Graham. R, 99 Assessor. C
Valentine, 112; H Case. 99. Collector,
Wm Larkin, 94; Geo Scherer, Jr, 117.
Highway commissioner, H Spetznaus, 99;
Jacob Brookman, 111. Two justices,
James Maurker, D. 97; A Dunlay, Sr, R,
106; H S Case, R. 113. Two constables.
M Goff. 101; Ed Hayes, 92; Fred Brook
mtn, R, 112; D Cramer, R, 110.
In the city of Molina the
issue was the enforcement of the
Sunduy saloon closing law. The republi
can ticket favoring enforcement was de
feated by the citizens, the latter also
electing six out of seven aldermen. The
results were: Mayor C O Nason, R,
993; P H Wessel, P. 1,014,-21 mayonty.
Clerk J W McPhersoa. R, 967; C G
Carlaon. P. 1,042. Attorney J B Oak
leaf, K, 1.020; W A Meese, P.
974. Treasurer C W Lundahl. R.
1:088; Daniel Fisher. P. 974.
Township Supervisor. R A Smith, R,
1066; Andrew Anderson, 950. Two As
sistant Supervisors. Levi F Cralle, R,
1001; H Albrecht. R, 1002; A P Lund-
quist, C, 988; Georee Huntoon. 999.
Collector, Simon Hirsch, R, 444; Ned
Moran, P, 925; John Huey, Ind. 626.
Assessor. C C Waters, R, 1900; E Mapes,
1979; Joshua Wadaworth, 1994. Con
stables, Joseph Bonham, K, 1984; Frank
Anderson, 1973; E Anthony Mapes, R,
Supervisor. E Hoke, D, 60; C Forsyth,
R. 116. Assessor. J B Vanderberg. D,
83; J Cool. R. 94 Collector, Clark Carr.
D, 89; J Tucker. R, 88. Road Commis
sioner, D T Williams. D, 78; J Q Ben-
way, K, 100. Clerk. F A Mallory. D, 80:
G B Brennan, R, 93. Two justices, W
S Pidcock, D, 80; G Struhmeier, D, 65;
H Mc Adams. R, 101; Wm Dale, R. 91.
Two constables, F Owens. D. 75; P Van
derberg. D. 68; G B Brennan. R. 97; G
W. Tew. R, 106. Two library trustees.
Thos Carr, D. 78; E W Brink. D. 63;
James Bryan. R. 106; Dr W R Freek, R.
In Canoe Creek township the People's
ticket carried the day against the repub
lican, the candidates being elected by the
S W Woodburn. supervisor, 24; D M
Martin, assessor, 14; J M Martin, col
lector. 11; T B O'Donnell, town clerk.10;
EK Stephenson, road commissioner, 6;
II Wreath, justice of the peace, 5; con
stables. P tl Buckley 5, Robt Hill 81;
commissioner of highways, W D Camp
81, C Dillen 9. John Fitzgibbon 9.
Supervisor, C C Hartman. D, 123; J 8
Matthews. R, 115. Clerk. D C Davis.
D, 100; John Vanderslide, R, 123. As
sessor. C C Fry singer, D. 73; Wilson
Matthews. R, 153. Collector. H J
HujetD, 122; Phillip Zahn. R, 116
TworSad commissioner. S F Hartman.
D, 8 yeare, 118; W T Walker, D. Ill;
E Hayes. R. 8 years. 117; F M Tindsll.
R, 121. Two Justices. Jacob Adams. D.
119, P Lickafedt, D. 109; McMicbaeT.
R, 126; Robert Vance, R. 118. Two
Constables, G W Griffin. D. e8; John
Fitzpatrick. D, 117; D R South, R. 128;
J D Maboffy. R. 141.
Supervisor. Geo H Hiilier. D. 68; T J
Murphy. R. 16. Clerk. John Barton. D,
79; Richard Callaghan, R, 66. Assessor,
S D Pace, D, 94; Wm Adams. R, 54.
Collector, Wm Myers. D, 73; John T
Hass, R, 69. Commissioner of High
ways. Thomas Call, D, 77; Geo Wilson,
R. 64. Justices of :he Peace, Thos
Coles, D. 144; John Barton. D, 82;
Thos Martin. R, 69; Thos Corns. R, 144.
Assessor, Henry Haupt, D, 70; Carl
Moran, R. 74. Constable, John Wilson,
D, 70; T J Murphy, R, 76.
Oar Wrrnad Handkerchief: Sale.
We have finally determined to accede
to the demands of our patrons and an
nounce with pleasure a
SPECIAL HANDKERCHIEF SALE '
On Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Apr.
4, 5 and 6.
This will be the greatest sale of hand
kerchiefs ever yet held, and will eclipse
all our former efforts in this direction.
Lot 1 One hundred dozen linen fln
isbed, hem-stitched handkerchiefs in
colored borders, also black borders and
white; choice patterns, considered a bar
gain at 10 cents, will be sold at thia sale
at half price 5 cents.
Lot 2 A regular 15 cent pure linen
handkerchief, in both plain and colored
borders, good fast colors, will be sold at
Lot 8 Fifty dozen plain white and
colored borders, in a variety of odd
shades better quality than the preced
ing worth from 20c to 25c, will be sold
at 10 cents
Lot 4 Forty dozen . initial handker
chiefs, good embroidery, a 80 cent value,
will be sold at 14 cents.
Lot 5 Fifty dozen sheer linen hand
herchiefs. in white and dainty colors,
embroidered in splendid designs and x
cellent quality odds and ends, sent over
from Belfast, bought wonderfully .low
and sold at from 40c to 65c, will be told
these three days at 18 cents.
Lot 6 Fifty dozen very fine sheer
linen handkerchiefs white with white
and colored embroidery select patterns,
worth from COo to 75c, the beat thing
ever offered, at 25 cents.
This sale will be held on the last three
daya of thia week. To see will be to ap
preciate. M. Arnold,
127 West Second Street, Davenport
Bids for each branch of work on brick
ware house o! the Deere Plow Works
will be received at my office up to . 4:30
p. m , Friday, April 5. -
D. 8. Bch awo. n,
' Architect. Bock Island.
Judge McCue,' United States, sub-treasurer,
at Naw York, died Tuesday aa the result of
an apoplectic stroke.
The Parnell commission resumed its session
Tuesday and Sir Charles Ruwell opened the
case for the Parnellites.
, The king of tbe Netberlamls (Holland) is
said to bo undoubtedly mad, and his life
may be prolonged iu that condition for soma
Ward, tli famous New York short-stop,
haa refused to play ball with tbe Washington
club, and not decided to play with Mew
Tba New York joiners and painters have
won their strike for less hours and more pay,
most of the bosses having agreed to the work
The trial of Lizzie Beechler for killing
Henry King, of Chicago, in Omaha last year,
was begun at that city Tueaday, the day be
ing spent in trying to obtain a jury.
Gea W. T. Sherman, Gen. Clinton B.
Fisk, Bishop MaJlaliau, and others spoke at
the second annual camp-fire of the New York
conference of the Veterans' association Tues
Miss Clara Totten, of New York, who sued
C. H. Read, of tbe Hoffman bouse, that
city, for (100,000 for seductiou and breach of
promise, has been awarded a verdirt for $15,
000 by the jury.
The total amount of coinage of the United
States mints for the month of March was
M.59M05.90. of which $1,500,000, (94,000
pieces) was gold; $3,000,801. 05 silver, and
$'&,104.25 minor coins.
Two colossal bust of Prince Bismarck and
Couut Von Moltke were unveiled at Stutt
gart, Germany, Tuesday on the occasion of
the birthday of the German chancellor.
Euormous crowds of people filled the btreets
and tl.e utmost enthtiHiasm prevailed.
Will lie Wdi-ouuMl liy Hit tirnndmother.
Nkw York, A.i il : -A Tribune siecial
riispnU-li I toin rmli says: U hat
now Itvn .l.-finiU-iy Mttlt(l lhat the
visit, of !n (i.rrnHii nniwroi- is to
take place hi i he 'i)d f Jiiik, when the queen
isnt t'owes. A ii. ilia f eight Ih-rman
iroiK-lwIs wiil i;ivonifciiy him, ami he will
lie weU-mi.iM i, Ins ramlinothi'r ollii mMy us
ImI cl and 1I1 Seventy Feet.
8hauokin. fa., April 3. Ytslerdny morn
ing a nuiidx-r of IhIm-.ivis nn the Philadel
phia and Readmit railnmd Uofime involved
in a quarrel hil ou n high tieslling One
orvthe men nainpd liblcr Pulski, hil
dodfiingn -ttw. lwt liis liulfluce and wa
dashed to the proum! seventy f.-et below,
killing bun instnily
Croiweri reitiilHnl on Snow-Shoe.
London, April S - Tbe Danish ship Hvid
bjornen wiled from Copenhagen on Sunday
for Oreenlan 1 to bring back the explorer
Nansen and Iris party. Nansen is a Nor
wegian athlete who attempted a year ago to
reach Ihe north pole on snow-shoes, and act
ually succeeded in crossing Greenland in that
The fine residence on bluff in South
Rock Island, known as the Field place,
with eight acres of ground, plenty of
fruit, good bouse and barn for rent cheap
to good tenant H. J. Lowrkt.
Peculiar in medicinal merit and won
derful cures Hood's Sarssparilla. Now
is tbe time to take it, for now it will do
tbe most good.
The ladies' friend. Pond's Extract. No
honsehold should be without it. Book
of directions around each bottle.
English army authorities are consider
ing a project for enlisting young boys
and letting them grow up into soldiers.
Wednesday Evening April 3.
Admission 35 Cents.
Good order maintained. Objectionable
characters strictly prohibited.
Street cars for Mollne after dance.
Room and Picture
Cord Nails & Hooks,
At the very Lowest
Call and see.
C. C. Taylor
Under Rock Ialand Boaae.
Brownson the Hatter,
Second and Main street,
SECURED BY FIRST MORTGAGE
Always on hand for sale at 6
and 7 per cent to inrestor.
- Interest Collected without
Every effort made to handle
only choice investments.
. . Call or wrtu fordetalla.
goods for spring
wear in many new
have never been
Prices on White
Goods seem to have
Look through the
department; we will
save you money.
We have never
been able to show
2 cents per vard
Hock Island. Illinois.
A lammoth Stock
wft 1 1 hwh us m1 LI
IrJJ-"itf sit j -i
.pmt r .; a ,
MM : mp 4
1ARGER THAN EVER:
and three times as large as any other establishment in
this city can be seen at the popular store of
CLEIVIANN & SALZKlAm.
They buy direct from the Manufacturers, thus saving the
wholesale dealers' profits and are enabled to command the
No. 1525 and 1527 Second Ave.,
The only Double Front Store in Rock Island.
J. B. ZIMMER
Spring and Summer Goods,
of the latest patterns. Call and examine them and remem
ber that he makes his suits np In the latest styles.
HIS PRICES AEE LOW.
To Cure Spring Fever
KOHN & ADLER'S,
IB H IT TT IE 1HL S !
fl.50 per Gallon.
POST OFFICE BLOCK.
Greatest Bargains Ever Offered
BOOTS and SHOES
Childrens' Shoes - - 10, 15, 25 and 60 cents.
Childrens' H. C. School shoes, - - 85c and $1.00
Misses best School shoes, - - - - ' $1.25
Misses H. C. Fancy Lace shoes, - - - $1.50
Ladies' Slippers, - - 50c, 65c, 75c and $1.00
Ladies' Grain Button shoes, . - - . $1.00
Ladies' Fine Dongola Button shoes, - - $1.75
Ladies' Fine Dongola Hand Turned shoes, - $2.75
Mens' solid Working shoes, ... - $1.00
Mens' Congress, Buttons and Bals, - $1.50 and $2.00
all other goods in proportion.
fl will euarantM batter srooda and lower -rices than aor othar final la tha
thre citiM or refund money. , . .,
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
'v ' f - CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Aranae.
ELM STREET WOE ST022, - PIONEER BEOS STORE, -
82 Fiftk Avenue. ' JTW Second ATenue.
INFANTS' LACE CAPS.
Place on sale on Monday morning a large assortment of
Ladies' White Aprons.
Late designs, beginning at 25 cents. Choice assortment at
35c, 37c, 48c, 50c and up to finer grades. Simply a waste of
time for you to make your aprons when you can buy at
Splendid assortment of children's Lace Caps and Bonneta in
new spring effects. You can buy a handsome cap at 25 cU,
others at 27c, 35c. 48c and up.
The prices quoted on tbe above mentioned goods give no
adeqaate idea of tbtir real value. Buying these goods direct
from New York manufacturers, we save the middleman's
profit, which goes to the customer that means you, if
0pp. Harper House,
DAILY HIS STOCK OP-
; ROCK ISLAND. ILL.