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THE BOCK ISTxATD AKGU8. WEDNESDAY, APB1X 1?, ifetefl.
fi,.mnted. More Kenulne
h9VC ei . bftVe
D V .en In one exhibit ior years.
rS Pi 'trine nd fsncy full reg
Z Fniilifh boe 11c nd 14c. sl
r ' 22c a"'' c- Oood P'a triPe
wy n hose 6c. Unbleached bal
full recuUr English hose 14c.
ns iu w . .. .. r
rw " .... m
KaUr nnl Mies' black ingrain
11 1 h" ,ier i.ir. Ladies' black stain
'"' ," ,g,, guaranteed, fast color.
! ' ,'ihiifri. LMiaranteed. fast Mark,
h0!c r- I tlisri(ntecd, fast color.
In' ;s r'iM.e.l. guaranteed. '" Mark,
' iTm.l fail" "r "nil fM't' r mnnry
hMU'"nd ,..T.Livcleho.8 cen.j..
I Mism'h full regular mndn
.. -n. i. hi,m.
12 to 2'lct uncording to
A I''" j"1'1 aHfrted colors, all siEt-s
Vfii' reirnl.rr iiihiI". Misses fxtra long
lileilirbv i,'ht'(, n,,se- ,,n1' 12c Per
r Wlifs" full reisular made E ig'iah
P"l Fn nrli brilliant liale liwe at 25c.
Ameriran nn.l Gorman Me hose (limited
ixlr nit'c, only in blacks, at
Y hnve upward of 3(H) choise bar
jn, j t ti i -t (i"i'artm-nt which we know
ill be appreciated on 8ibt.
V will open 3 grow of the "Pigs in Clover" puzzles this week, which we will
II t form r advertised price, 7 cents each. Agents for the distribution of the
Na'.ionnl Flower Sretl Company's seeds.
1714, 1716. 1718. 1720 and 1722 Hecond Avenue. Rock Island.
KINGSBURY & SON
Are the Leaders in LOW PRICES on-
P3 Drowns 3 cents.
P Micas 4 cents.
H Gilts 4J cents.
0 f"Deeorated Window Shades with spring fix-
Mires complete ready to hang, 38 cents.
1705 Secend Avenue.
Dry Goods Stores
Corner Second and Brady Sts.
Two Big Drives
I J; ireisols.
''iff r our tniire stock of Silk
l"&Wii, B,l(j paiaaols for sale at ep
'"'pwMttiia week to pive everybody an
"PpnriuBf'ty to secure a new Umbrella or
'r"' i Ix fore E ister, at a. very low
K'cc. () ir j,(ci j ni08t complete and
'or the first lime placed on exbibi
'k'" Kvt-ry one is new and of this sea
,"n' riirtnufriniiire . We have prices
""urine fr,,rii lo or 15 cents in Misses'
fti,h U, a line Hilk Umbrella, and all
"jln. We lmv: them so; arranged so
,t"'t it iH no Honlilc u show,, you. Now
"it' time for bargains.
-ml . n-
W nave the largest stock in the city,
a-p.:-,. , . going to make it go.
ti ' n-?iTK nduPaPr Hwgingdone on abort notice. All work
"on t fall to note the place.
second Ave., and 15th street. SUTCLIFFB BROS.
On Monday and Tuesday we shall
sell i lot of Misses trimmed sailor School
hats, all ready for wear, at 12c each. We
do this to advertise our large new stock
or. lasntonable millinery. The well
known ability of our bead trimmer, Miss
Kan, of Davenport, needs no comment.
We pledge ourselves to please every
customer, master Donnets now ready.
0000 Earter Cards and Booklets at 1
cent and upwards. Will he ready on
GOFP'S BRAID 5 CENTS.
On and after thin date we shall keep
a full stock of D GofT & Hons best skirt
braid, which we will sell at 5c each.
As a flyer on Monday and Tuesday
we shall sell a lot of double width brown
sheeting at 12Jc ycr yard.
Quite a lot of those "ahort ends"
Turkey table damaak still left which will
be kept on sale at at. me prices as adver
tised last week. Id, IS, 19 and 28c per
yard. Only one quarter to one naif
for this Week.
We have double inducements this
week. We will show and place on sale
our mammoth stock of
at prices that cannot be duplicated. It
Is lots of satisfaction to know that you
are buying brand new goods, especially
in Lace Curtains, and here we have them
at all prices. We are certain that we
can make it of interest to buyers in these
lines this week. Besides we have just
opened an immense line of Fans and
Silk Gloves and Mitts.
GEO. VINNEDGE & CO.
at a BARGAIN
and are bound to sell, and pricea are
THE PATRIOTIC EVENT,
The Centra aial Intmsvraile Ann!
eraarjr and the trroapeete for Its
Observance In Rock Island.
At the meeting of the executive com
mittee of the Rock Island Citizens' Im
provement association last evening,
to consider the plans for observing
in some public and patriotic manner
the centennial inauguration anniver
safy In Rotk Island, it was deter,
mined that '.he committee canvass the
city today acd tomorrow and obtain as
far as possib e public sentiment and re
port at the meeting of the association to
Though no plans as to the nature of
the demonstr Uion, should there be one,
have as yet n atured, a number of sug
gestions have been made and from these
a general idea may be gleaned. Indica
tions now point to a grnd Fourth of
July, blazing, screeching racket at night,
a general illumination of streets and bus
iness blocks and finally a pyrotechnic
display from 4 float in the river a few
rods from the shore and about opposite
the foot of Eighteenth street. This sort
of a celebration contemplates an expen
diture of $200 to $300 in fire
works and tb s of course would have to
be secured by subscription. This way of
observing the great national occasion
would be dem tnstrative, patriotic and one
in which the entire public conld partici
pate, witness nd enjoy. If the commit
tee reports favorably on the plan tomor
row night, the association will at once
order the fireworks, one piece of which
will be appropriate to the event and cal
culated to inspire patriotism, another to
arouso local pride, while there will be
otbet pieces of miscellaneous character.
There will also be a band of music If the
plans are carr ed through.
The Rodman Rifles at their regular
weekly meetirg Monday night designated
Capt. Channon and Sargeant McDonald a
committee to arrange if possible with
company F.. of Moline, for a street
parade in the afternoon and a bat&llion
drill on Market Square, but the com-.
mittee has learned that the Moline boys
are wanted at home on that day. Capt.
Channon announces, however, that the
company will place itself at the disposal
of any committee having in charge ar
rangements for the day's celebration.
It iserpectel that business will gener
ally suspend it. the afternoon and, it ia
to be hoped, that Rock Island will not
suffer itself to ignore a display in the
The morning will be consumed with
the services at the Catholic and Trinity
churches, the Rodman Rifles, Buford
Post, Beardsley Camp and the mayor
and council participating in the latter,
aud the ezercines in the public schools.
Since the above was written, the ex
ec utive coram ttee of the association hav
ing canvassed the situation, has called a
meeting at 5 o'clock this afternoon, when
it will be decided to abandon the project
so far as the association is concerned.
The Ahous regrets this action exceeding
ly, though it has the satisfaction Jthat
goes with consciousness, that it has dona
its duty, and it has been inspired too, by
patriotic motives and local pride.
The Gertnat Lutheran church was the
scene of impressive services Sunday.
Nineteen girls nnd twelve boys were
confirmed by Ilev. Mennicke. The church
was tastefully decorated with flowers and
garlands, and the girls appeared in white
dresaes. In tl e morning the candidates
were examiner1,, and in the afternoon the
confirmation ceremonies occurred.
Those confirmed were:
Girls: E Herwig. A Boe. E Rahn,
Th. Sella. E Dassow, M Einfeld, A
Willms, A Roi ster, H Schuett, E Zalger,
M 8 truss, H R ich, A Strecker, D Rinck,
BLage. Th. ikhmacht, H Relmers, E
Fiebig, E Hem ichsen.
Boys: J Harder, G Erueger, F
Schroeder. L chraether. A Harms, E
Riess, J Wolfrum.A Mueller.E St.Yaeger
F tiauermann, Fr. Schroeder. W Erue-
Next Sunday, being Easter day, the
children will recti ve their first com
Sew BnNlneuM firm.
Messrs. E. I. Folsom and J. D. Boll-
man have forn ed a copartnership for the
purpose of embarking in the lightning
rod business and leave for Chicago this
evening to purchase stock. Mr. Folsom
was, it may bi said, schooled in the
lightning rod tusiness, his father having
been for yea s general agent for the
famous Philadelphia firm of Reyburn,
Hunter & Co., and Mr. Folsom has the
advantage of experience, while Mr. Boll-
man is a practical machinist. The new
firm has every reason to look upon its
venture as attended by every prospect of
The Wide-A wake Hose company have
ordered through the Golden Eagle cloth
ing house tweiity new uniforms. They
are to be like those worn in the cities of
paid departme its in material and pat
tern. They are to be of blue yacht cloth
with white me al buttons, and the boys
will have tbem in time for the annual re
view of the department in May. Other
companies are considering getting similar
uniforms and discarding the old-fash
ioned red or blue flannel waists.
The city co incil of Rock Island has
raised the salary of mayor to $1,000. No
wonder the streets of that place are in
the condition t tey are. If cities insist on
paying big salaries for little work, they
cannot expect to have good streets.
Just wait a bile until Rock Island gets
iu Second avc iue pavement in and then
come over and we will show you what
metropolitan thoroughfares are like.
under the fir
?rship heretofore existing
n name of Clough &
Eautz was to
lay dissolved by mutual
at the old atan
collect all mon
VI. Eautz retiring. Mr,
will continue the business
I, assume all liabilities and
ies due the late firm. -
The popular blood purifier, Hood's
Sarsapanila, u having a tremendous tale
this season. - nearly everybody taxes it
Try it yourself,
WHAT IT WILL COST.
Practical Eatlaaatee aa te tne Paving
ef Meeend Aveane with Cypreae
Aldermen Wm. Edwards and C. W.
Negus, who were appointed by the ordi
nance passed at the meeting of the coun
cil April 6, to estimate the cost of pav
ing Second avenue with cypress blocks
from Fourteenth street to Twentieth,
have completed their tabk and were in
readiness to report at the Monday night
meeting, but did not do so of course,
owing to the reconsideration of the action
on the cypress block ordinance. The
committee, after having made a thorough
and practical investigation, estimate the
expeiises attendant upon cypress paving
and including labor, materials, together
with the cost of making and laying the
prescribed assessment to be as follows:
Eict on, 0,803 Tarda at 10 cent per
yard 980 0
Curb setting, 4,686 feet at 10 cents pot
foot 458 60
New curb stones, 4,686 feet at M cents
per foot 8.89S 00
Gravellng.tt.80i ysids at 5 cents per yard 490 10
Concrete,9.802 yards at 50 cents per rard 4 901 00
Cypre-s, tt.SOS yards at SO cents per yard 4,901 00
Tar, 9,804 yards at 80 cents per yard.... S.W0 60
Labor. 9.808 yards at 30 cents per yard . . 8,940 60
Cost of levy and assessment 94 90
Total $SO,000 00
Of this amount the city will, if the
ordinance is adopted, be obliged to pay
$4,036 75 for paving the intersection of
cross streets and the south sides of Union
and Market squares. This makes the
burden to the property holders less than
$16,000, and a large portion of that mubt
be borne by the street car company. It
is doubtful if any kind of pavement can
be put down at a less expense than that,
and certainly none better can.
Aa to Spring;.
This is I he season when editors are
prostrated by an attack of "spring poetry
fever." The malady commences in a
mild form and gradually developea into
an aggravated case. One afflicted pencil
pusher determined to write a poem him
self on "spring" and he has the audacity
to say he does this because "spring" is
"so original." The first line ran thus:
"Spring, spring, beautiful spring." The
reader will notice that in writing poetry
you never have any trouble in making
the first line rhyme. Well, after the first
line the editor says be supposed he had
laid the foundation for a regular all wool
poetical eclipse. He had intended to
"Spring" it on his readers and for that
purpose he worked two weeks with untir
ing energy in the endeavor to cultivate
that poem. But the poor little poem
never had good health, and he saw when
It was born that it would not linger any
great length of time on earth. While
trying to find something which would
rhyme with the first line, he took a seat
by the window and gazed longingly out
upon the face of nature, in the vain
hope that his eyes might encounter
some object of inspiration. Two old
hens fighting for the right to occupy
one nest did not seem to assist bis im
agination to any large extent. A dozen
more fowl of mixed age and sex, engaged
in putting the finishing touch to an early
lettuce bed, failed to lift his thoughts
above high water mark. A tramp who
said be had no breakfast, neither dined
er supped sinoe the inauguration, and
who did not have enough clothing on him
to wad a single barrel shot gun, made a
call on him, but be got no inspiration
from him. Finally, after a three hours
trial to think of something to fit that
first line, he concluded that he could
never make the dodgasted thing "jee
anyhow, and he very quietly, but firmly.
abandoned the attempt. Now he says
"spring poem writers in want of a first
line can obtain a bargain by addressing
the literary editor, and enclosing what
ever they think this one is worth. We
warrant it to be sound and in good run
ning order, and to stand several years
without repairs. In the hands of the
right kind df a poet, provided he has as
much sense as a Sand Prairie spoof, we
claim that our first line is a valuable lit
New peas, at F. G. Young's.
Fancy Easter candles at Loosley'a.
Rain is on the weather bureau slate.
Fresh peas and new potatoes at May's.
Get your hanging lamps at Loosley'a.
All kinds of fresh vegetables at May's.
Mr. Fred Hass is in St. Louis on busi
Mr. J. M. Christy, of Des Moines, is in
F. G. Young has some very nice
Vegetables of all kinds, at F. G.
Moline 's new municipal administration
took hold last night.
If you want value received smoke the
"Flora de Heleitrope."
The rush for perfumes continues at
Mclntire Bros. Half price.
Sutcliffe Bros, are out wilh one of the
finest wagons on the streets.
Uncle "Pomp" Elliott, of Buffalo Prai
rie, was in the city today.
Mr. Meigs Wait, of Reynolds, was at
the Harper this morning.
'Squire Zimmerman, of Cordova, was
in the city today on legal business.
$150 for 8 -ounce bottle of Armant's
celebrated perfumes. 20 cents an ounce.
If you need a chamber set, dinner set
or tea set, get Loosley'a prices before you
Miss Nellie Howard, of Hyde Park, is
the guest of her friend. Miss Clara B.
Stock can now be had in the twenty
eighth series of Rock Island Building
Black chantilly silk lace flouncing
beautiful assortment just received at
The. Harper bouse drug store is agent
for the "Hygentc" tooth brush. Every
H. M. Gilchrist, of Viola, and Robert
Lee and son, of Cable, were at the Har
per yesterday. .
Mr. Thompson Boney, one of the
staunch democrats of Buffalo Prairie, was
In the city today.
Another damage suit has been com'
me need against the city. - The complain
ant is W. P. Cartons, of Davenport, and
he asks $400, though he don't state for
It is rumored that Rock Island is to lose
another school teacher and that the
groom comes from the west.
Mr. C. C. Coyne, the popular Port By
ron druggist, was'Jn the city today, calls
ing on bis numerous friends.
Half price Armant's triple extract
perfumes special half price sale at Mc
lntire Bros., 20 cents an ounce.
You can buy enough wall paper now
adays for SO cents to paper a room 12x12.
Sutcliffe Bros, is the place to get it.
Bring your bottles and have them
filled with choice perfumery at 20 cents
an ounce at Mclntire Bros.' half price
For Sale A small building with glass
front, corner of Second avenue and Ninth
street, cheap. Inquire of John Cru
baugh. Take the opportunity and buy a baby
carriage while you can get a discount of
35 per cent at the factory, corner of First
avenue and Sixteenth street.
The largest stock in the city of "baby
carriages is at the factory, corner of First
avenue and Sixteenth street. They give
a discount on every carriage they sell.
The Flora de Heleitrope" is undoubted
ly the sweetest and most delightful 5 cent
cigar ever brought into this market.
Sold only at. the Harper bouse drug
The C . B. & Q has followed the ex
ample of the C, R I. & P., and ordered
that standard watches be carried by
conductors, engineers, firemen and yard-
President Looney, of the Island City
club, has called a meeting at 7:80 Thurs
day evening when he urges a full attends
ance, as matters of importance are to be
The Omaha Deacon club has cancelled
its games with the Davenport club this
week, and the next games there, will be
with the Monmouth club, on Saturday
Clothes wringers, best made; a good
one at $1.97, and many styles and prices;
it will pay you to call at the C. F. Adams
Home Furnishing House, 823 Brady
Sutcliffe Bros., have just received a
car load of wall paper, which will be sold
at three cents per roll. Embossed pa
per at 15 cents per roll other gold pa
pers for five cents to ten cents per roll.
Clocks) clocks!! You cannot afford to
be without one at prices we quote; any
number of styles to select from at the C.
F. Adams home furnishing bouse, 322
Brady street, Davenport.
Arsenal council, 171, National Union, is
arranging for an open session of the
council at its hall in the Armory building
next Tuesday night, which will be fol
lowed by a banquet in the dining raoms
adjoining the hall.
The Rock Island Building and Loan
association at its regular meeting last
evening effected seven loans aggregating
$6, 000, at an average of eighteen per cent
premium. The first series of the asso
ciation will mature in July next.
One of the most popular C. B. & Q
passenger conductors running into Rock
Island, will soon receive the congratula
tions of his friends over a very interest
ins event that is about to transpire.
I called and was surprised to know
how cheap you can furnish a home with
best makes of carpets, furniture, and in
fact everything necessary to go into a
house ,at ttae C. F. Adams home furnish
ing house, 822 Brady street, Davenport
George Lund, for several years a f reigbt
conductor on this division of the C, M.
& St. P., was killed at Jolieton Saturday
while engaged in switching in the yard
of the Elgin , Joliet & Eastern road. His
remains were interred at Beloit, Wis.,
Mr. David Don has received a number
of copies of a handsome pamphlet en
titled "Grand Rapids As It Is" with the
compliments of the Grand Rapids Re
frigerator company. The work is care
fully and tastefully gotten up and is very
creditable to the thriving Michigan city.
Mr. Henry Von Ach. of Andalusia,
leaves next Monday for Oklahoma. Mr.
William Apple, of Buffalo, la., accom
panies him. The Abgub joins with
others of Henry's friends in wishing him
success in the country of new booms and
Miss Clara B. Hampton gave a delight
ful birthday party at the home of her
parents. Aid. and Mrs. A. H. Hampton,
last evening. There were a large num
ber of the young lady's friends present
and all were most happily entertained.
The supper was elegant.
Robt. Kuschman, the old, reliable
flour and feed merchant at No. 2207
Fourth avenue, has just added a nice,
fresh line of staple and fancy groceries
to his flour and feed stock, which he will
sell as low as the lowest. He invites his
friends to call and see him, when in need
of anything in his line.
Mr. P. L. Mitchell and daughters. Mrs.
Wadsworth, of this city, and Mrs. W. C.
Wadsworth, of Davenport, and daughter,
leave Rock Island about July 1 for New
York City, where an July 8 they take
passage on the Cunard steamer, Umbria,
for Europe, expecting to spend three
The enterprising contracting firm of
Collins Bros, are doing a heavy business
this season. They are building quite a
number of houses in the surrounding
country as well as a large number in the
different additions to this city. The firm
consists of Stephen J ., Edwin H. and
Frank E., who make a great trio of
County Superintendent Southwell has
received notice '.form the University of
Illinois at Champaign that an honorary
scholarship will be offered to each coun
ty in the state, to be competed for under
the county superintendent's examination.
The honorary scholarship means a do
nation of all incidentals, amounting to
James Manahan, an express messen
ger in the employ of the United States
Express company, began suit for $15,-
000 damages against the police author!
ties of Davenport today. - Manahan was
arrested, some time ago, for the larceny
of a pocket book from Dr. Einnaman
and, as the case never came to tml, he
avers that he was falsely arrested and bis
Miss W. Petersen would like to let her
lady friends know that they will find at
her place the best assorted stock of mil
linery and fancy goods at the lowest
prices ever shown in the city. A nice
assortment of pattern hats and bonnets.
The stock was bought with the intention
of having a big opening, but being so
rushed she can't spare the time to fix up.
Please call and examine.
The breaking up of the combination
among wall paper manufacturers, places
this very important article of household
decoration within the reach of persons of
very moderate means, leaving no excuse
for the continuance of old styles and
solid or bare walls. The styles for this
season are light and graceful, the color
ings are soft and pleasing to the eye the
combinations of wall and ceiling effects
supplied by the Cramptons are guaran
teed to please the most fastidious.
With the approach of Easter many per
sons who have given themselves up to
self restrainment and denial during the
solemn season of Lent, begin to discuss
the coming events of the social world
again and the indications are that the in
door enjoyments abandoned at the be
ginning of Lent will be succeeded by all
kinds of outdoor pleasures. There are
happy times ahead, and our society folks
are making ample preparations, so that
they will be ready when the Lenten season
has passed and left the doors wide open
for gayety and social pastime. Any
amount of amusement is in store for
those who will seek the pleasures that
will soon surround them, and our young
folks and old folks ere long will be able
to sing a social song as gay and happy as
that which the lark baa been twittering
for the past two weeks. Soon there will
be sunshine in the land and in the heart;
there will be good, jolly laughter and a
season of good cheer. The naughty
winds of early spring will have passed
away and the flowers and grasses will
make the world beautiful. Outdoors
will be refreshing and will give a zest to
thb pleasures that rome in on nimble feet
and fleet wings just after the Easter tide
bas been enjoyed.
tarpeta. Carpets, Carpet.
Carpets, carpets, carpets. You can
save from 10 to 25 per cent on carpets by
Duytng your carpets or us. We have the
largest, best selected stock west of Chi
cago, none excepted. The C. F. Adams
Home Furnishing House. 822 Bradv
An Imperative necessity.
What pure air is to an unhealthy local
ity, what spring cleaning is to the neat
housekeeper, so is Hood's Sarsaparilla to
everybody at this season. The body needs
to be thoroughly renovated, the blood
purified and vitalized, the germs of dis
ease destroyed. Scrofula, salt rheum
and all other blood disorders are cured bv
Hood's Sarsaparilla, the roost popular
ana auccepsrui spring medicine.
Attention, Knight of Pyin'as.
Members of St. Paul Lodge are re
quested to be oresent this evening, din.
ferring of the rank of Knight. Visiting
&.nigtiis cordially invited.
G. B. Stebbiks. C. C.
F. J. Hodges. E. R. & 8.
Wednerday Eyening, April 17
Admission 35 Cents.
Good order maintained. Objectionable
characters strictly prohibited.
Street oars for Mollns after dance.
The co-partnership heretofore ezistin? under
the Arm name of Clongh A Kautc has this day
been dissolved by mutual consent, Itr. M. Kanu
retiring. Mr. rrtnk Cloupn wlli continue the busi
ness at the old stand, assume all liabilities and
cancel au monies due we late nrm.
Rock Island, IU.. April 17, 1889. ' St
Room and Piotdbb
Cord Nails & Hooks,
At the very Lowest
. ' D
Call and see.
Under Rock Island Boose.
SECURED BY FIRST MORTGAGE
Always on hand for sale at 6
and 7 per cent to inrestor.
Interest Collected without
Erery effort made to handle
only choiee investments.
Call or writs for details. -
Lily of the Valley.
Lily of the Valley.
Hock Island. Illinois.
A Mammoth Stock
1 H sai li&ESi
1ARGER THAN EVER
and three times as large as
this city can be seen
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. ZIMMERs
Spring and Summer Goods,
of the latest patterns. Call and examine them and remem
ber that he makes his suits up In the latest styles.
HIS PRICES AEE LOW.
To Cure Spring Fever
KOHN & ADLER'S,
IS H TT TT IE IRtS!
11.60 per Gallon.
POST OFFICE BLOCK.
BOOTS and SHOES
The Largest Stock,
The Lowest Prices
in the three cities. It will be a mistake to buy before
you see our bargains.
Ladies and Gents Low Shoes in all grades and prices.
Wigwam Slippers at your own prices.
Ladies fine Hand Turned shoes from the best manufacturers.
Custom Work and Repairing done at all three stores .
ISsT'Call and see us.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr..
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Atenue.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE, PIONEER SHOE STORE,
3929 Fifth ATenue. 1712 Bond Atsdus.
Propose to have a right merry time in their Odor department
this week. They have j ust received 200 8 oz. bottles of
A rm and's Celebra ted Tiiple Extract
which they propose to give to the public at half the usual
price. You can buy this week at Mclntire Bros., any of
the popular odors mentioned in adjoining column,
put up in elegant bottles with glass stoppers, at
$1.50 FOR 80Z. BOTTLE
Or if you prefer to buy In less quantity, this exquisite perfume
will cost you just half the usual price of
20 CENTS AN OZ.
TOILET WATERS .
Toilet waters go at half price too. Many choice odors.
4 or. toilet waters 25 cents.
8 oz. toilet waters 60 cents.
N. B. The above mentioned prices are for this sale only
and ettrlv purchases will reap the benefits.
No such prices were ever made for first class choice per
fumes, and quite likely will not be made again.
any other establishment in
at the popular store of
0pp. Harper House,
DAILY HIS STOCK OP-
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.