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THE BOCK ISLAND JJRGU8' MONDAY, APRIL, 22, 1889.
tbig week to make the greatest slaughter on Dresa Goods ever known
Tropose 1 .drlition to the following great cot in prices, thev will offer
thireg b(1Jg dre88 pattern during
e , ! of buving trimmings as ioiiowg;
,,rjvi W 01 5 yhHr(1g 8,Rler.g betl Cambric. 2c 10.
2 yards A No. 1 Selicia. 8Jc 07.
1 spool best silk thread 8c OS.
2 spools Belding's best button hole twist lc, 08.
1 first class skirt braid, foil length. Sic 03.
1 yard either linen fucing or pudding, 8c, OS.
i. . 1 1 1,., following cut prices, to which
It' " . ..: ' i a OO.l
Pontile width ilrrss flannels, mixtures
. plxturett. 40 inches wide, at gdfcc per yard: worth 50 cents Alt wool double
Vth combination, nnirngs, stripe and plain, new shades at 25c. Double fold
W1impr 8 colors at HJ 3. Doublq fold English cashmere, all new shades at 18c;
ov SnriiiK shadits lightweight
Full linp of Ilmtneita at 25. 84
40 ntT cent more money. Plain, plaid
'ni8 worth 08 and 75 cents anywhere.
nts that cannot be matched in this country. Full line or novelty dress goods In
'ulisble length combinations of most exquisite designs at lower prices than will be
i unit elsewhere, r un lines or colors ann
f.fraoiiHlity. extra wide (22) inch Cidna
n Fiuured China silks at 44 and 63 cents, which we challenge you to natch
Black Ohio silk any price from 36 cents upward.
1714, 1716. 1718. 1720 and 1722 Skcond Avenue. Rock Islxko.
KINGSBURY & SON
Are the Leaders in LOW PRICES on-
P5 Browns 3 cents.
D Micas 4 cents.
H Gilts 4J cents.
O I fDecorated Window Shades with spring fix-
tures complete ready to hang, 38 cent.
1705 Secend Avenue.
Dry Goods Store
We hare the largest stock in the city, and are bound to tall, and price are
. .. going to make It so.
BTi.T- . U5K- Graining and Paper
won't fall to note the place.
Cor. Second Ave., and 15th
the week amounting to $5 or over, the
the above inducements will he added for
and plain, at 19i per yard. Eight colors
wool tricots reduced to 32c; a great bar
and 50 cents, which you would think cheap
and atnpe all wool novelties at 43 and 50
Sicilieita del Eon pi re at 50, 64 75 and 90
disck jmna biiks ai ooc; cneap at ou
silks at 60 cents. Match them If you
and Brady Sts.
at a BARGAIN
Hangine done on ahort notice. All work
MID SU NSHINE AND SONG.
Celebration cf the Glorious Easter
in Rock Island.
Kl at rate ServleeaC ! Ussy t the
Cbarebes The Beaatlfal Weather
Hakes ike Occasion a Moat Happy
Oae The Floral Dec or an! ---The
Kalshta Teatpfar sat Other er
It wag indeed a festival of sunshine and
flowers, wts Easter day yesterday. The
colors went as bright and soft outside
as within the church, and the entire
universe sjemed to wreathe itself in
smiles and gladness over the anniversary
of the Lord's resurrection. The late com
ing of the festival day enabled the ar
ranging of a much more elaborate and
extensive floral display than can general
ly be made, and the fragrant lily and the
stately wh te calla were not the only
blossoms tbat lent their beauty and fra
grance to .he celebration of this great
in ail the churches the services were
for the most part of song, rather than
teaching. It was everywhere a day of
rejoicing, of songs and of flowers. While
not detracting from the lines of the
psalters, tb a spring bonnet shared with
the flowers the things of beauty and the
joys of the iieason.
IN TOE CHURCH K8.
In the cathedral and Episcopal
churches the festival was one of the
happiest in the ecclesiastical year. Early
celebrants were conducted in Trinity
Episcopates a, in St. Joseph's and St.
Mary's Catlolfc, and in all of these
churches the- morning services were de
voted to the great event of christian his
THE KNI3HT8 TEMPLAR SERVICE.
A beautiful service was that held at
Trinity ctiur ;h at S o'clock in the after- i
noon, and in which Even's Commandery
No 18, Enigits Templar, of which the
Rev. Mr. Sweet is prelate, participated.
There was a large congregation present.
The floral dt corations were profuse and
lovely, the altar bearing several fine em
blems of the new life, while the font and
furniture wi hin the chancel were hand
somely decorated. The music by the
girls' choir, under direction of Mr. Gus-
tave Klotz.a ith the violin, flute and cornet
as well as pipe organ accompaniment,
was rich and inspiring.
The service was according to set form,
the Sir Knights, under the command of
Eminent Commander H. C. Cleaveland,
in full regalia and with their gorgeous
banner, marching from their asylum in
Masonic Temple to the church and en
tered while the sweet, innocent voices of
the children blended with the grand
tones of the organ, cornet and violin in
rendering tlie processional, the first
verse of which is:
At the Lamb' high feast we slag
Praise to oar victorious King,
Who hstl washed ns in the title
Flo ing I rom His pierced side ;
Praise we Him. whose love divine
Gives His sacred Blood for wine.
Gives His body for the feast,
Christ t h. Victim, Christ the Priest.
The Sir Knights removed their
chapeauz as they entered the pews and
after the pro jeasional had been given, the
Lord's prayer was recited; then followed
responsive service, including the psalms,
the singing of gloria in exoelsis, the
reading of the lessons by Mr. Sweet,
an Easter an .Iiern and the Te Duum by
the choir and the reciting of the Apos
tle's creed in concert, the Sir Knights
during .this tart of the service standing
with swords drawn and presented. Then
prayer followed, and which included
the collect for Easter Day, collect for
peace, for a d against peril, prayer for
the president of the United States, and
all others in civil authority, for the clergy
and people, lor all conditions of men, a
general thanksgiving and for St. Chry
Then the hymn, "All Bail the Power
of Jesus Nane!" and the sermon by Mr.
Sweet. Prior to entering into his diss
course Mr. S veet expressed the gratifica
tion it afforded him to again welcome the
Sir Knights t J the bouse of God on this
glorious day. He took his text from the
first chapter of the first epistle of St.
Peter and the third chapter of St. Paul's
epistle to the Colosians. It was a master
ly discourse treating upon the relation of
knighthood to the church and the im
porta nee of tie resurrection. Christ had
given his life for the faith the Sir Knights
had sworn to defend with their lives.
At the conclusion of the sermon the
hymn, "All People Tbat on Earth Do
Dwell, Sing t the Lord With Cheerful
Voice," etc., was given, followed by
the dozology, and following this came
prayer for the Sir Knights and for the
The rector pronounced the benediction
and the Sir E nights left the church while
the choir rendered the recessional;
Onwird, Christian soldiers.
Mnrchlng as to war,
Witt the cross of Jesus
Chri t the royal Master .
Le ids against the foe ;
Forvard into battle.
Be, bis banners go.
AT TE E CENTRAL CHURCH. -
There were large congregations at the
Central Presbyterian church both at the
the morning t nd evening services. The
church was decorated with beautiful
flowers. Both services were according to
printed leafllets. The music was simply
grand, being of an order that has not
been excelled in Rock Island before. In
the morning Rev. A. B. Meldrum
preached ot "The Resurrection of
Christ.' ' Hit text was from Matt 28:8:
'He Is not be-e. He la risen. Come see the
place when the Lord lay."
The follow) ng is a brief outline of the
discourse: The greatest event in all his
torv was accomplished in silence. No
mortal ear beard; no mortal eye saw
The Lord can e not in the thunder nor in
the whirlwind. Jerusalem slept on.
while at some unknown hour Jesus calm
ly arose, unsb rouded himself with delib
eration, put i aide tne grave cioines ana
went forth from the sepulchre alive.
At the returrection of Christ is the
center of all christian doctrine, we may
find in It
First. Thi conclusive proof of the
Divinity an 1 Mesaiahship of Jesus
Christ. (IX The resurrection of Christ
Droves hie M Maiahsnip because it is tne
fulfillment of all prophecies concerning
Him. Every event in the life of Christ
was the child of prophecy, but the fulfill
ment of prophecy found its consumma
tion in the forsaken tomb.
Second. . The resurrection of Christ
proves His divinity by establishing all His
claims. He that bad said, "I have power
to lay down my life, had also declared
"And I have power to take it up again."
None but diety could without blasphemy
have ottered this sublime self assertion.
In his resurrection He proved that every
word of His claims was true.
Third. The resurrection of Christ is
the pledge of the victory of His church.
What is true of the literal body of Christ
is true also of the mystical hody of the
church. The world wars against and
crucifies too church. Again and again
her enemies have pronounced her dead.
and the powers of darkness held their
mad triumphal orgies over her downfall.
They have shrouded her and buried her
deep and sealed the stone, and her friends
nave mourned in secret. But when the
day has dawned the faithful ones who
have watched through her night of trial
have beheld her arise from her temporary
sleep and go forth to victory "fair as the
sun, clean as the moon and terrible as an
army with banners." The church of
Christ can never be annihilated; she has
within her the resurrection power her
Lord held in His mortal frame.
Fourth. In the resurrection of Christ
we have both the type and the pledge of
the resurrection of the human dead. Be
fore the time of our Lord the doctrine of
a universal resurrection was generally
unknown, no philosophical speculations
fully attained unto it, and however elab
orately drawn they vanished at the test of
faith . But all doubts were burled in the
Savior's tomb when he left it. "If Christ
rose from the dead, even to them also
which are Christ s will he bring with him
at his coming."
At Trinity church the Sunday schools
of Trinity proper and Trinity mission
united in the services last evening and
the prayers and psalms were chanted by
Mr. Sweet and the children, the exercises
being very impressive. Mr. Sweet ad
dressed the children on the importance of
the festival, what it meant to christians
and what should be its especial meaning
to children as a day of new life, new and
holier and purer thoughts, when they
should stamp in their hearts the seal of
redemption, as it was the time when the
impression could be much more easily
mado than in after years, when the heart
had become more hardened. After the
service each child was presented with an
Easter egg, a cake, an orange and a copy
of the Easter number of the Sunday
SERVICE OF SONG.
In the evening there was a service of
song in the Central Presbyterian church
under direction of Prof. S T. Bowlby.
The programme consisted of:
The Philharmonic Brans qonrtette (selection)....
uiory to Tnee, My uoa, tnis nigni, (dsss
solo).... W. Collins
Christ Oar Passover (offertorle selection)
The Philharmonic quartette (selection)
The Resurrection by Shelley (nolo)
Mixs Annie Scunllger
Sermon by Mr. Meldrum
Easter, by Rees, (solo) Miss Minnie Ransou
Te Denm, (In B flat) by Thomas
Gospel Hymn and Doxology
TEE OTHER CHURCHES.
At the United Presbyterian church
Kev. T. H. Mc Michael preached an elo
quent sermon on the importance of
The morning services at the First Bap
tist church were epproprUte to the
day. as was the sermon by Rev. H. C.
Leland, the pastor.
At the Christian chapel Elder Geo. E
Piatt conducted an Easter service at
11:45 a. m., preaching an able and im
pressive sermon on the theme, "Resur
rection and Reunion." The floral adorn
ments were beautiful.
The little chapel of the Broadway
church in South Park celebrated its first
Easter by decorating itself with flowers
and bringing out a large congiegalion at
the service in the afternoon, when Rev.
Mr. Marquis preached an appropriate
It was an important day in the German
Lutheran church, which was handsomely
decorated and where, impressve services
were conducted by Rev. Mennicke morn
ing and evening. The first communion
was administered to the children con
firmed a week ago.
At the First M. E. church, Rev. G. W.
Gue selected for his morning theme.
"Easter Joy" and preached a sermon full
of the significance and joyousness of the
day. The floral decorations were pro
fuse and attractive and the entire service
in keeping with the happiness and bright
ness ot the event.
In the Broadway Presbyterian church,
Rev. W. S. Marquis conducted special
Easter services, the edifice being hand
somely decorated. The music was by a
trained choir in charge of Prof. Griffith.
Mr. Marquis preached on "The Logical
consequences of a Disbelief in Christ's
Resurrection," and it proved a masterly
Property Still Moving.
Real estate continues on the move in
Rock Island. Two more important
transactions have been made, while oth
ers involving the sale of prominent
and well known pieces of residence prop
erty are in contemplation.
Mr. John Crubsugh has purchased of
M. 8. O'Neil the well known property on
Second avenue, at one time used as St.
Luke's hospital. Mr.- Crubaugh paid
11,200 and got a bargain. He is consid
ering putting up a number of Queen Ann
cottages. They will not want for occu
pants if he does.
Mr. J. W. Potter has purchased the
two-story frame cottage at 721 Seven
teenth street, of Mr. H. L. Schill, with a
view of making it his home. The con
sideration was $3,000.
Dr. C. C. Carter has rented the Lynde
mansion, on Sixteenth street and Third
avenue, and will take possession May 1.
Mrs. Lynde has decided to break up
housekeeping and will make her future
home with her eon, 8. F. Lynde. in Chi
cago. Mr. C. F. Lynde will board with
Dr. Carter's family.
Mr. Milton Jones and family are today
moving into J. R. Johnston's residence
on Fifth avenue, between Seventeenth
and Eighteenth streets.
What yon need is a medicine which is
pure, efficient, reliable. Such is Hood's
Sarsaparilla. It possesses peculiar cura
tive powers. -
The bowler takes naturally to a rolling
8 cent lawns at Mclntire Bros.
: Dress goods sale at McCabe Bros.
Dress goods sale at Mclntire Bros.
Dress goods sale at Mclntire Bros.
Read Mclntire Bros', advertisement.
Dress goods sale at McCabe Bros.
Cut prices on dress goods at McCabe's
Hammocks and croqnet seta at Cramp
ton's. 20 cents an ounce triple extract per
fumes at Mclntire Bros.
Fall in with the crowd going to McCabe
Bros, dress goods sale.
Mr. Mark Ashdown, of Port Byron,
was in the city today.
Mr. S. F. Lynde. of Chicago, spent
Easter in Rock Island.
Supervisor "Jack" Wilson, of Rural,
was in town Saturday.
Handsomest assortment of dress goods
in the city at Mclntire Bros.
Greatest dress goods sale of the year
this week at McCabe Bros.
Call and see John Lorentzsn's con
densed coffee and cream at May's.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gaskell, of Min
neapolis, are visiting in the city.
Notice the cut prices offered on dress
goods for this week at McCabe Bros.
New styles of high grade wall paper
constantly arriving at Crampton's.
Brass, nickel and gilt shade bars,
with or without shades, at Crampton's.
M. S. O'Neil, of Chicago, spent yester
day in the city, returning home last even
ing. Beautiful assortment of black silk
chantilly lace Bouncings at Mclntire
Mr. Chas. Hull, of Omaha, is in the
city visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. H.
P. Hull on the avenue.
Judge Drury, of Chicago, spent Easter
In the city, attending services at Trinity,
of which he was one of the first members
Go and hear the celebrated 'T. K."
Quartette and Prof. Bowlby 's piano
pupils at the church choir concort neat
County Clerk Donaldson has issued
calls for a special meeting of the board of
supervisors on May 1st. and also for an
assessor's meeting on April 29th.
For sale One set hack harness, one
set of light harness, one hack, one Fr
zer cart, a three -seated lop sleigh. Inquire
at Flat Iron square livery barn.
If you want a first-class job of paper
hanging done, you can rely on getting
perfect satisfaction in price and execu
tion by ordering it at Crampton's.
Don't miss tbe great musical treat of
the season, the Central church choir, the
ladies' concert, at tbe Central Presby
terian church, Thursdav evening, Aptll
Patrick McHugh, night train dispatch
er of the Rock Island and St. Louis
division of the C, B. & Q at Beards-
town, spent Easter with old friends in
Hon. H. V. Fisher and J. C. Ham
mond, Eq., of Gcneseo, both members
of Evert's Commandery, came to Rock
Inland yesterday to atteud the K T. eer
vice at Trinity church.
. Tomorrow morning at 8:45 the special
train leaves over the C. B.& Q with tre
excursionists from the three cities desir
ous of inspecting brick pavement at
Quincy and Galesburg.
That terrific clanging of bells that
called the department to the Fifth ward
early Sunday morning was due to a false
alarm. But the fire ladd'es had their fun
just the same, as it was a brilliant, night
for a run.
The Second ward adlermanic contest in
Davenport, resulted Saturday night in the
seating of Aid. Peters, in place of Gus
tave Eckhardt, democrat. The council
settled tbe question by going into the
ballot box, and this proceeding showed
Mr. Peters to have a majority of votes
All classes of residence property for
sale by Med ill & Whitehead. Property
for $ 830 and upward on the easiest pos
Bible terms. If you are looking for bar
gains call on the above firm. They have
tbe choicest pieces in the city for sale.
Call on Medill & Whitehead this com
ing week and buy a home. Any buyer
can be suited at this agency. Choice
property at $1,000, $1,200, $1,800, $1,
500 and $2,000. Fine lots in the best
neighborhoods in the city. No trouble to
Where is it tbat tbe best quality of
kid-finished cambrics is sold, at two cents
a yard? Buttonhole twist one cent,
where T Skirt braids two cents, where?
Silecia 8 cents, where? Read McCabe
Bios', advt-, and you will find out all
DresB goods sale : A profound sensa
tion for this week at McCabe Bros. Best
kid-finished cambric 3 cents, good silecia
2J cents, spool of best silk 8 ceats, but
tonhole twist 1 cent, skirt braid 2 cents.
All in connection with their great dress
goods sale. Read their advt. carefully.
Tbe library board has made an im
provement in the public library which is
a great convience to the public. Neatly
written labels, the work of Mr. C. O.
Bloom, have been placed along the
shelves, the works of fiction and poetry
being labelled according to authors, and
science, history, travels, biography
essays, etc., according to class.
Dr. J. W. Cowden and daughter re
turned home yesterday from their jour-,
ney to the Pacific coast, whlch'has occu
pied three months, and (luring which
tour they visited all the points of im
portance in California as well as having
crossed the Mexican and Canadian bor
cers. The trip, as may be supposed,
was a moat delightful one in all respects.
There was a big steer in the C, R. I. &
P. yards this morning. It occupied tbe
entire one half of a stock car bound for
Chicago. It is owned by G. S. Baty. of
Jule county, Kan., and after it is taken
to Chicago, will be brought back to .Will
county to be fattened up still more for
the next live slock show in - Chicago.
The steer ia live yean old and now
weighs 8,800 pounds.
- Well done, Mr. Holmes. The rules are
good. The knocking out of the nasty
custom of smoking In the street cars ia a
step forward. Hitherto it has been per
mitted when no ladiea were present. Bat
if a lady should happen to pat in an aps
pearance while smoking was going on,
the fumes were there, though the smok
era ceased to amoke or slipped outside to
save their cigars. Stop smoking entirely
in the cars. That Is the proper thing to
do, as alao on the front platforms of the
open sudVier cars. Make the cars re
spectable and there will be increased pats
ronage. Davenport Demoerat-Gatette.
Mrs. Isabclle Johnston, wife of James
Johnston, died last evening at neis""
1518 8ixth avenue, of heart disease. bej
was 66 years of age and had resided in
Rock Island " thirty-three years. She
leaves with her husband three daughters
and a son, Mrs. Emma Coyne, Miss Sarah
Johnston and Mrs. Maggie Schmitten,
and Mr. Will Johnston, of this city. The
funeral notice appears elsewhere.
Board of Sopsrvlsort Sptetal XesUng.
Pursaant to a request of one-third of
the members, as provided by law, a spec
ial meeting of the board or supervisors oi
Rock Island county will be neia on
Wednesday, the first day of May, 1689,at
the court house in said county.
R. A. Donaldson, Clerk.
Notice is hereby given tbat there will
be a meeting of the assessors of Rock
Island county, Illinois, at the conrt bouse
in Rock Island, on Monday, April 29,
1889. at 10 o'clock a. m. Dated April
20, 1889. R. A. Donaldson,
There are nearly a dozen distilleries in
Peoria, III. A good place for an artist
o study still life.
JOHNSTON At 1:45 n. m. Snndav. Anrtl SI.
1889. Isabelle, wife of James Johnston, ged 60
years. Funeral from the family residence, 1518
Sixth avenue, at S o'clock Wendesday afternoon.
C. A. Stkel, - - Manager.
ONE NIGHT ONLY,
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24.
BIG- SPECTACULAR CO..
Presenting Itlder Hsggard's Startling Romance,
-Cast of Metropolitan Artists
A Car load of Beantif nl Srenerr. amonB which
are tbe following Cnarming Scenes: The Slave
imiow ai sea; 'l ae fclectric Stonn; Head of tht
Rthiopeon; An African Sea roast at Sun Rise;
The Swamp of the Zinga; H.lley's Leap for
Life; Rained City of Ivor; Crowing the Plank;
The Cavern Palace; The Fin of Life Sene tUou;
wonacrrul calcium Litrht K Heels.
P ices 75. 50 an i -35 cents: si ata on sale at
Cleniann & Salzmaan's.
C. A. Steel, - - Manager.
FRIDAY EVE., APRIL 26th
Extraordinary Engagement of the Reigning
An Octette of Beautiful elrls with marvelou
voices, appearing in the picturesque costumes of
their native provinces and conntry. Organized
and arranged by PROF. AUG. KDQREN. Direc
tor urana Koyai upen. Btorkholm.
special engagement for thi tour of America a
greatest Mimic and refined humorist,
EDMON T. PHELAN,
In Character and Funny Stories.
Reserved seats Tuesday at 7 a. m. Prices 85,
5aud 75 cents
Wednesday Evening, April 24
Admission 35 Cents.
Good order maintained. Objectionable
characters strictly prohibited.
Street cars for Molina after dance.
Room and Picture
Cord Nails & Hooks,
At the very Lowest
Call and see.
C. C. Taylor
Under Rock Island House.
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 choice investments.
Call or writ for details.
Are showing the handsomest, best selected and newest assortment of DRESS
GOODS in all departments they have
week new attractions
TiTnca Sai?c i ew Broadhead Dress Goods 25 cents per pard.
llcbS UlwUot ( New Lawns 3 J cents per yard.
Lawn Tennis suitirT&SL floe weaves, 25c per yard. These suitings are extra value.
Satines, new coloringTlSic and UP- French wool plaids in stripes, beautiful. 85o
T?v.LrtJl: rdiTJkEmbroiderT department is filled to overflowlnf
JmUrOlQ eriCS. j with tte handsomest to be h&d. We eclipse all for.
mer efforts Additions this week in the new real
hand hem-stitrij11 nd oed Flouncings.
TTncioT.tr i We are exclusive apenls ror YftS A- nd Cleanfast Black
UUMrjiy ) Hosiery. Money refunded if p1Srt,0' or. washing crock
them. Examine our child's blacx anl"J
seamless at 15c per pair. Slies 7 to 8J. "'C?6 n.'d. Wo
pAffnm PC J e w" naTe another benefit in our odor dep
A-CI lliillrjK. t selling choice triple extracts at 20 cents an 02
Hock Island. Illinois.
A Mammoth Stock
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I4 f5S"s! EH?
1ARGER THAN EVER:
and three times as large as any other establishment in
this city can be seen at the popular store of
CLEMANN & 3ALZMANU.
Tht3' buy direct from tbe Manufacturers, thus saving die
wholesale dealeis' profits and are enabled to command the
No. 1525 and 1527 Second Ave.,
The only Double Front Store in Rock Island.
U. 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
KOELN" & ADLEE'S,
ib nr nr nr ie ies s z
$ 1.50 per Gallon.
POST OFFICE BLOCK.
BOOTS and SHOES
The Largest Stock,
The Lowest Pricco
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 manufacturer.
Custom Work and Repairing done at all three stores .
i3F"Call and see us.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr..
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second irtnui.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE, - V . PIONEER SHOE STORE, ;
2929 Fifth Avenue. 1712 Seoond Arena.
ever opeded in Rock Island. This
will be added.
Opp. Harper House,
DAILY HIS STOCK OF i
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.