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THE HOOK ISrAlTD iCROPSt FRIDAY. MAY 10, 188B.
FOR SALE BY
1017 Second avenue,
KINGSBURY & SON
Are the Leaders in LOW PRICES on
l'rowns 3 cents.
Micas 4 cents.
Gilts 4J cents.
Decorated Window Shades with spring fix
tures complete ready to hang, 3S cants.
1705 Secend Avenue.
Dry Goods Store!
Corner Second and Brady Sts.
We have derided to go nut of the Pry Goods business and to loe
l it tiiir entire fctoek of Dry Goods and Notions, nut excepting any
ttiinir in t!te store. Tuis unexpected announcement is due to a clianire
in tlie business; plans of the firm, and although it may opix ar un
reasonable to do so after being Lere so short a time, still c feel justi
tied in making the change. We shall commence our sale on Wednes
day morning. We remain closed all day tomorrow to arrange our
More and mark poods over. Everything will he marked down leaving
the old marks on ttie tickets to show what reduction is made. We
want to close our stork out at once and if prices will do it the goo 's
will go. As is well known our stock is all new and it will not lie like
closing out an old stock. This will yive the people of I;tvenport and
vicinity a chance to buy poods as they Lave never done before and
there is no humbug about. We mean a great slaughter of new stin k.
Every piece of goods in the store will suffer and you wil' only Lave to
come in and see it to lie convinced. In tomorrow's papers we shall"
announce our prices and the line of goods which shall be given atten
is one array of beauty with its loads of new
Wall Paper, Curtains
Call and make your selections from the Largest stock,
the Newest Patterns and Lowest prices.
Made In i Hardwood, elegantly eaived with treble
wb'ii, t narconl tilled ml nine lined, every
part removable for
All metal shelves, air-tiirht WW i mnpAi'Aii In.
terior circulation of dry cold air and firnt clas
I nese are the only Kcfrieeratorn with Five
wans tor tne preservation or tne ire.
They are the oni.t Kef'igerVoni having the
i.riiaiu Uliem Bir-HgUl HICK .
They are the okly Refrigerator' having the
ueonaru patent solid iron shelven.
They are the olt Kefrig rators having the
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pnirm itiieu cemer i nio ool ion .
-i ney are tne only Refrigerators hnving the
Leonard patent movable Hues for clcanim'.
They are The only Refrigerators having the
-c.ui.ru unproved interior cirrulalion of dry colci
They are the only Refrigerators having the
vunin nK ii mi. mr I U.1' Till 11.111.
The have st od the tent for vears and are the
""I.V rtefrlgemtors wlmii excel all olhera at every
" A slight examination will convince voi of thiir
great superiority. We challenge the world to
produce their equal at any price.
Rock Island, Ills.
GEO. VINNEDGE & CO.
A FASCINATING OPERETTA
Another Delightful Feature of the
A Bis Crow d I.axt XiK.it at the Mink
M.ldierx Day TonUht'a Pro
There was another immense crowd at
the Mty festival last evening. 11
The juvenile operetta "The Rebellion
or tne WaiRies ana Minitowers, was pre
sents in a charming manner. For the
representation seventy-five bovs and
girls were selected and put through
course of study and tr tining by Mrs. J
F. Robinson and Mrs. George W. Cash,
assisted by Mrs. Will Collins. The drills
and in irehea were conducted by Charles
A. Stoddard, whose knowledge of military
tactics was never more forcibly illus
trated. The chief characters in the operat
The P.otanist, J F Robinson; Chief of
Police. Rue Pierce; Farmer, John Que;
Sun J' lower King and Queen, Marvin
taso, .Nettie Coyne; Daisy King and
Queen. Master Chris Cash, Mable Camp-
oi ll; rages, Iilanc.he Mosenfelder, Mor
rw Sin on. Genie lIoucl, Simon Mosen-
feldcr; -Esthetics, EUa Wilcox. Lncv
toyne, lvnti.a liatlles, (.Near Wlide,
The sword drill was one of the pret
tiest features. Master Rollie Sturgeon
was t ie Daisy general. The soldiers
Fannie Smith, Mill:e Montgomery.
Nellie Allen, Hessie Clcaveland. May
linker, Millie Spencer, Rosie Stewart,
Myrtle Ruck, Jennie Sturgeon, George
Knox. Georne ReauL'h. Grace Custer.
race Stafford, (Juice Lewis. May Carl.
Far.nic Ranson, Vinnie Ostrom, Mav
Grilliih, Addie Schindler.
Dais in the Wind pantonine was an
other feature in which those oarticinalinc
Fred Pollard, Walter Weckel. Harrv
Rattles. May O'Connor. Grace Wilcox.
llie Dunnitiir, Frank Patterson. Alice
Thonuson. Luilla Stoddard. Mattie
ones, Daisy Jcnnines. C'ora Sutcliffe.
Lucia Robbins. Edith Hoiisil. Pearl
Matherty, Rob Nofsker, Flora Stoddard.
Those participating in the Sunflower
Theo Ji nnincs, indie Shaw, Ressie
JaMUt, Grace Gue, Mary Hauder, Klla
Spracue. Maud Campbell, Fva Real,
Alma Dauber. Sslome Norris. Ella Rahn-
sen, M'tgoic MrKibben. Willie Carl, El
zina K inner. V. trl Dravtoti. Etta Wil
isms, Katie Snider, Ressie Head. Lizzie
li.insoii. Etta Hank, Edith Case, Addie
Thorn i son. May Schindler, Gertie Wil
cox, Minnie Jones.
A nopsis of the operalta will be in
tcrestiiig: The daisies were the rightful
owners of the field, and the sunflowers
came i i and crowded them out and cap
tured their king, ijueens and pages. The
first scene opens with the indignation
meetini of the daisies, where they re
solve t fight for their rights. They are
overhe ird by the chief of police. The
daisy (onspirators next appear, prowling
about 'o find the sunflower king, queen
and rojrt, indicating by their song and
ji stun s that they are determined to kill
the kiDg if they find him.
In the second scene, the sun
j flower, king, queen and entire court are
all exultiDg over their possessions and
the glorious news they had that they had
been chosen as the :esthelics' best de
light. The Daisy king and queen are
brougl t in as captives. They suplicate
the ktrg and queen for deliverance and
nitrcy, but only receive sneers. The
chief tlien informs the king that they are
plotting against his life, and he then re
solves to destroy them and hits upon the
plan Ic have the botanist have the far
mers uproot them, and in his endeavor
to male the botanist, who is deaf, under
stand, the D;iisy king and queen escape
and re urn to their people to find them
drilling for the attack, and then the most
plcr.siig featun the storm passes over
and Ictvcs them unharmed and ready to
carry out their plot, when the chief of
police .'apturc them, and then appears
the Sii -itlowcr kintr, queen and court, and
rindinp out. that the farmer will cut them
down, and wishing to gin credit for
goodutss, pardons them, and are about to
leave v In n the :c Uhelica enter and cut
thcin down leaving the lit Id to Hie daisies
who re-crown their king and queen.
This noon the ladies served a splendid
dinner, which was liberally patronized.
This afternoon Ruford post, G. A. R.
and tl e Church drum corps have gone
down 10 attend the 'Soldiers Day" exer
cises. Rev. Gue making nn address.
This evening the comic opera, "The
Cadets' Picnic," is to be presented.
Mrs. Milton Jones and children will
give an entertainment.
Tomorrow evening the operetta will be
The festival has already netted" $1,100
mak it 2,-!1K).
For Tomorrow Only.
Iu onnection with the grand opening
(particulars of which will be found in
atiothtr column of this paper) which the
Golden Eagle clothing store announces
for totiorrow, they will offer the follow,
ing gotds at the prices herein mentioned.
Look i.t these prices, then come aud in
I-ate-t'tylfc neckwear only $ 19
boys' ii' mI 4(1 rent ct raw lints H)
I'.oy' r culiir ho cent, ptraw lmu ar,
Boys' c and $1 Mmw hat ftn
Men's ruw liutH. (1 quality so
Hoys" unit, ft and j: quality 2 76
Men's nil wool pantx, V! styles S &
tient's lest Fiench ballri;aii underwear reg-
ulat price $1 60
Oetit's I'reiich net underwear only 50
Hoys' htudkcrchieift 01
Bovs' knee pants, rejrulnr price Mc !i5
All f 10, tl'J mud 15 men's suits 8 00
All S'R. 1S and $ JI men soils It 00
Boys' woolen stnrts Ml
(ieiil's 'vonlen shirts. "Royal" f 1 to 14
20 per ceut cheHpcr tliau elsewhere and every
tuWR e se in thesame i roportion.
Remember the Golden Eagle make
these itpecial prices for tomorrow only.
Do nit forget the grand opening.
Greasi d pole contest, 8:30 a. m. to 12 m.
Grand free concert, 7 to 9:30 p. m.
Every lady attending will be presented
with button hole bouquet free. Entire
store handsomely decorated with plants,
flowers, birds, etc. Every one cordially
invite-1 to attend. Remember tomorrow
only from 6 a. m. to 12 p. m.
Peculiar in medicinal merit and won
derful cures Hood's Sarsaparilla. Now
is the time to take it, for now it will do
the m ist good. ' ;;
RIGHT YOU ARK, MR. D. G."
A DiaewMion as tm the Merits ef Beck
Islaad Araeaal, la Which m Daren
port Paper Ably snstaiaa lta Own
In yesterday morning's Muscatine
Xew-Tribune appeared the following
We notice that the Davenport Gazette
still speaks of the works on the island as
"the leading arsenal of the country,"
when it bears in extent and importance
about the same comparison to the great
oprmgneid arsenal as a schooner to
three-decker. The Springfield arsenal is
by far the finest in the world, and it will
require a steady stream of liberal appro
priations for a good part of this second
century before the Kock Island works,
though so promising and beautiful in
situation, can vie with its eastern progen
To which the Democrat Gautte well
certainly the Democrat- Gazette still
speaks of Roek Island armory and arse
nai as "tne leading arsenal of the coun
try." and in doing so it keeps within the
truth. The islank on which the shoos
are locaieu contains via acres above low
water mark. Its length is nearlv two and
three quarter miles, while its width varies
from J to i of a mile. There are 10 im
mease snops, each covering in its total
area a little more than one acre. This ia
exclusive of the vast store houses only
pumy compieiea, tne DarracRS. the resi.
dences of officers, and manv other build
ings. When completed the arsenal will
nave accommodations for 20,000 work
men. If crowded to its full camicitv in
time of war, it will be sufficient to arm.
equip, and supply an army of 750,000.
The capacity of the arsenal will hp
finally, so it is estimated, two and one.
half to three times that of all the arsenals
the United States had during the war.
So when the Democrat Gazette speaks of
it as "the leading arsenal of the country"
it knows what it is talking about.
The Davenport journal might have ad
ded with equal truth and emphasis that
the steel bridge "which spans the river be
tween the two cities here is the hand
somest draw bridge in the country, a fact
that ought to be extremely interesting to
the good people of Muscatine now that
the people of Drury township. Rock IsK
and county, have knocked that city's
bridge scheme into a cocked hat by de
dining to help build it.
GRAND SPRING OPENING.
Music Flowers--. Plants reaaed
Mr. A. Loeb, of the Golden Eagle
clothing store, takes pleasure in an
nouncing their grand spring opening for
next Saturday, May 11th. Their large
store, including the newly finished ex
tension, is chuck full of new spring goods
in every department. Saturday morning
will see the store handsomely decorated
throughout with the choicest of plants
and flowers, and the programme which
they haya prepared is suie to please
In one of their windows the G. E. has
erected a greased pole and offjr a prize
of a $3 boys' suit to the first boy who
can climb the pole. None to begin be-
tore 8:JU a. m. and none after 12. noon.
Come and see this.
In the evening from 7 to 9:30, the cel
ebrated Chicago Italian orchestra will
render some of their choice selections.
Bring the little ones and enjoy the
Every lady attending will be presented
with a buttonhole boquet made from the
choicest cut flowers.
The Golden Eagle proudly claim this
entertainment to be one of the grandest
and most unique ever attempted in this
city, (and one which their would be com
petitors will surely try to imitate, as
Everybody is cordially invited to at
tend this opening. Extra help has been
provided. Special bargains for that day.
Remember this entertainment costs
you nothing. Do not miss it. Remem
ber the place Golden Eagle Clothing
store. A. Loeb, proprietor, 1728 Second
avenue. The acknowledged leaders in
President Holmes on Pavlne.
President C. B. Holmes, of the tri
cify street railway system, has written
Mr. Phil Mitchell the appended letter on
the subject of street paving, hid prefer
ences being quite important at this time
as he is to pay a large proportion of the
contemplated Second avenue improves
Mr. Phil Mi'chell. Rock Island. III. :
Dear Sib: Your favor of yesterday is
at hand and contents noted. The Chica
go City Railway company has had quite
a considerable amount of Ottawa brick
pavement in different parts of its lines
and in some cases it has done very well;
in others, we have found that the number
of soft brick was so many that the pave
ment as a whole was not satisfactory. If
the bricks were selected, and only those
which were real bard and burned were
used, I think it would be very well, but
if soft bricks are to be included, I would
myself prefer the wood, if good sound
cedar were used; cypress 1 do not know
anything about, but as above stated, if
they give you good, select brick, I think
it would wear better than the cedar.
C. B. Holmes, Pres.
P. S. We have had no trouble with
horses slipping on the brick.
A Veneral Hlaoxbtrr
In many departments of our store will
commence on Saturday morning and con
tinue Monday and Tuesday. We invite
an inspection of the different bargains on
our counters, whether intending to pur
chase or not.
SILK UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS.
Lot 1 One hundred Gloria silk um
brellas, 26-inch, with gold and silver
handles, the best wearing silk made and
guaranteed to keep the color. Sold
everywhere as a leader at $1-90; we will
Bell at $129.
Lot 275 silk umbrellas, our celebrate
ed Puritan silk, which we guarantee
the best silk made, gold and silver hans
dies, also natural wood sticks, sold regu
larly at $3.75; we will sell at f 2.39.
All other goods in this department
will be proportionately low.
129 West Second St., Davenport.
' Union 8o.aa.re.
The extreme heat of last evening pre
vented an attendance upon the meeting
of the Rock Island Citizens' Improvement
association sufficient to hold a meeting,
but Mayor McConochie was present and
carefully examined the plans of the
beautifying committee for the improve
ment of Union square, which have been
fully stated in the Argus. He was
favorably impressed with the same and
took them with him for farther examina
tion and will doubtless direct with proper
recommendation, the council's attention
to the tame.
Cent shoes, M. & K,
Get wall paper at Taylor's.
Serge slippers 25 cents, M. & K.
The straw hat is again in season.
Men's heavy shoes 88c, M. & K.
Carpet slippers 18 cents, M. & K.
Loads of bargains at the M. & K.
Have pictures framed at Taylor's.
Base ball shoes 50 cents, M. & E.
Some more 60 cent shoes, M. & K.
New potatoes, at C. C. Truesdale's.
Hot weather clothing at the M. & K.
Fine strawberries, at C. C. Truesdale's
A full line of straw hats at Bennett's
This evening 50 cent shoes at the M
The St. Marie glove sold only at Ben
Cent shoes, M. & K.
Finest bananas and oranges in town at
Grand opening at the Golden Eagle
The "Night off " company is at the
There will be "a Night off " at Harper's
Curtains with best spring fixtures 35
cents at Taylor s.
bhoes, 50 cents, M. & K. '
Dressed chickens and turkeys, at C. C.
Scriven's patent elastic seam drawers
at the M. & K.
A full line of fresh vegetables, at C.
C. lruesdale s.
Take "anight off" and go to Har
per's theatre to-night.
Boys' lace, button and buckle shoes,
88c at the M. & E.
Remember those ladies' five hook
gloves 85 eents at Bennett.
Gauze underwear 5 cents; Balbrigaan
underwear 25 cents at the M. & E.
Tomorrow day and evening grand
spring opening at the Golden Eagle.
Nine cases of 50 cent shoes will be
opened this evening at the M. & E.
Boys, call at the Golden Eagle and get
a free suit 8:30 a. m. to 12 lots of fun.
Summer is here in earnest, and will
stay with us for several months to come.
Special bargains in every department
at the grand opening at the Golden Eagle
Mrs. J.C. Rasmussen has been called
to Lansing, Iowa, by sorrow in the fam
ily of her sister.
Carse & Co. have followed their usual
custom of putting a jar of Black Hawk
mineral water in their store.
You can buy good flour cheaper at
Beecher's commission store than auy
other place in the city.
Free concert by the Chicago Italian or
chestra at the Golden Eagle tomorrow
evening. 7 to 9:30. Everybody go.
All the plants and flowers used at the
Golden Eagle tomorrow are furnished by
Kasmuasen, tne well Known florist.
The twenty-first Illinois State Sundav
School convention is to be held at Mat-
toon on the 14th, 15th and 16th of this
Mr. Frank Nadler is spending a few
weeks in the east on a business and
pleasure trip. He was in Philadelphia
Take the children to the Golden Eagle
tomorrow evening. Grand concert bv
the Chicago Italian orchestra from 7 to
9:30 p. m.
Every lady attending the grand open
ing at the Golden Eagle will be presented
with a buttonhole boquet made from the
finest cut flowers.
"Boss" Wells has evidently given up
all idea of securing the postoffice, as bis
new steamboat duties would indicate
at least until the river season closes.
The interesting information comes
from the loeging regions that they are
navirjg plenty or rain and that there will
be abundance of logs for the mills here in
a few days.
The Davenports defeated the Snring-
fields yesterday by a score of 7 to 3. It
was a fine contest, characterized chiefly
by the brilliant playing of Welsh in cen-
re field for Davenport.
An immense variety of fans, new and
beautiful styles, all kinds and quailties,
selling at special reductions for Monday
and luesday. M. Arnold, 129 West
Second street, Davenport.
Congressman W. H. Gest has received
official notification that Ed M. Wilcox
has been restored to the mail service and
assigned to duty between Rock Island
and Peoria on the R. I. & P. road.
One of the finest specimens of the hu
man race that has been admitted to a
family circle in Rock Island was wel
comed by Mr. and Mrs. E G. Frazer yes
teiday, and this estimable couple now
have two sons.
Call and see the sport at the Golden
Eagle tomorrow morning 200 boys will
attempt to climb the pole. A prize of a
$5 suit will be given to the first success
ful one. Remember this takes place from
8:30 a. m to 12 m.
Read our specials in other columns.
All departments fall victim to this great
slaughter of seasonable goods, and we
feel convinced that an examination will
be of profit to you. M. Arnold, 129
West Second street, Davenport.
Mr. David Stephens and Alderman
Schnell left for Garry Owen, Jackson coun
ty, Iowa, yesterday morning to com
mence work on a Catholic church, the
contract for building haying been let to
Larkin & Stephens and Alderman Schnell
in their respective lines.
Rev. I. W. Read, of Wichita, Ean., is
visiting his former parishoners in Rock
Island. Mr. Read's brother. Rev. J. C
H. Read, of Moline, who in company
with Editor McGlynn, of the Moline Dis
patch, has been attending the commence
ment exercises of LaG range college. Mo.,
has just received from that institution
the title of D. D.
In Wednesday's Chicago lnterOcean
appeared the following among the
The bill changing the law in regard to
elections in townships was read a third
time and passed. This measure was in
troduced by Mr. Dixon, of Lee, and in
important features amended at the in
stance of Mr. Hurst, of Rock Island. It
applies to elections in towns having two
or more precincts, and requires election
judges to be appointed in such towns,
who are to count the votes and make re
turns to the town board who declare the
result. As amended by Mr. Hurst, it
also dispenses with separate ballot boxes
when a city election is held on the same
day, and allows the names of candidates
for city and town officers to be printed on
the same ballot.
Advertise Llat f Letters Ko.SO.
List of letters uncalled for at the Poslofllce at
Rock Island. Bock I aland county, llllnola.
May 10, 1889.
Arnlgdal James Q Pearson A T Mirs Gil
ByersAJexco Wm Gil- lett'aSheCo
lett'i&heCo Rise or Prl Hiram
Csrr Mis Minnie 1' Hoak L S
Dillon R J - BpiagueWB
Griffon Jack . Slater Master Henry
Beat John Spiegel Mrs B A
Myers A FG Trlptett Riley
Nelson Julias I'll man Mrs Nancy
Palmer Hn Ueorjrs Wilder MrsH F
GWe tbs nnmoer of the list when calling: for
aaveroeM lensi. A. ttUEoIMQ, r. M.
Mm iovess nn nftfa.
Lot 125 doaen pure silk gloves in
all colors and blacks, sold everywhere for
50 cents: we will sell at 29 cents.
Lot 250 dozen pure silk mitts in
black only, sold as a leader everywhere
at 20 cents; we will sell at 10 cents.
Lot 325 dozen best pure silk mitts,
heavy quality, 13 inches long, sold ela'
where at 50 cents, we will sell at 24c.
AH others at a liberal discount, Satur
day, Monday and Tuesday.
129 West Second St., Davenport
Cbas. a. Stiel, - Manager.
FRIDAY, MAY 10th.
Positively the only appearance this Sea
son, of Mr. Auqustin Daly's great
est of all Comedies,
-A Night Oil-
the splendid New York cast direct
from Daly's Theatre.
THE COMEDY SUCCESS-
of two continents.
SECURE YOUR BEATS NOW.
PUCES 75. M) anl V, rant.- .). n .1
t itMiiaiiu , saizmann s
C. A. Steel - Man get.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
May 13, 14 and 15.
Jolly Voyagers !
Elegant Uniformed Brass Band
Headed by Fonr Strong Comedy Stars
ROSS SNOW, R. J. ERWOOD.
CARRIE LAMONT, GYPSIE WARDE,
supported by a flne company.
-Entire change of progrmme nightly
Chucked full of Singing, Dancing aLd
Peon es' Prices IS, 95 and 3S cents.
1 Look out for our Street Parade niiHur th
management of Harry A. Snow.
TuURoDAY AND FRIDAY,
May 8, 9 and 10.
Game called at 3:30 p. m.
Saturday Evening, May ilth.
Admission 35 Cents.
Good order maintained. Objectionable
characters strictly prohibited. '
Street cars for Moline after dance.
CHAS. BLEL EK.
Room and Picture
Cord Nails & Hooks,
At the very Lowest
Call and see.
C. C. Taylor
Under Rock Island Honse.
-in the three cities is-
Ice Cream made from pnre Cream
and flavored with the popular
flavors. A trial of this cream
will convice all that it can
not be excelled.
Picnics, Sociables and Parties
of all kinds, famished on
SECURED BY FIRST MORTGAGE
Always on hand for Bale at 6$
and 7 per cent to inrestor.
Interest Collected without
Every effort made to handle
only choice investments. .
Call or write for details.
Low prices this week in our glove de
partment. To appreciate the prices of
fered examination will be necessary.
4 button, embroidered back, 50 cts.
You will "wonder" how we can afford to
sell this glove at 50 cents.
4-button, embroidered back, 75 cts.
Compare the "Entre Nous" with gloves
you have been paying $1.00 for.
5 hook, embroidered back. 88 cents.
Com Dare the "Paris" with gloves eold at
5-hook. embroidered back, fl-20.
Match the "Charmaut" if you can else
where for $1 50.
Large assortment lisle and silk ffloves
cheap to better grades.
Hock Island. Illinois.
A Mammoth Stock
1ARGER THAN EVER:
and three times as large as any other establishment in
this city can be seen at the popular store of
CLEMANN & SBALZMAFJN.
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.
Geo. W. D. Heirris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth St., under Commercial
ty"Firet clans Insurance at lowest rales.
The following are among:
A No. 1 corner property on Third avenue at a
A nice new two story residence with laree lot
In good neighborhood, on Twentv-fonrth et., cheap
A nice brick residence, with a I modern im
provement, laree ground, on Elm ttiect, for
sale cheap on easy term.
Two story dwelling, six rooms, eood we'l, rin
tern and cellar, large barn. H acre of land, wil hln
a few steps of Milan street car, at a bargain.
A neat brick honse with a large lot for ,',000,
convenient to upper depot and sawmilln.
Large brick house, well located, on Fourth
avenue, lot 60x150, for sale cheap.
House, barn, with over four acres, on the bluff
for sale cheap .
A small dwellne. lot 50 feet front, g od loca
tion, for sale at 1650 on easy terms.
To Cure Spring Fever
KOHN & ADLER'S,
IS H IT TT IE S!
fl.50 per Gallon.
POST OFFICE BLOCK.
BOOTS and SHOES
Tlie Lowest Prices
in the three cities. It will be a mistake to buy before
you see our bargains.
Ladie sand 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 .
ISlPCall and see us.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second. Avenue.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE, PIONEER SHOE StOrA
: 2920 Fifth ATenue. t 1713 8en4tenue.
No use talking, we are headquarters
for embroideries. We show the largest
and handsomest assortment of embroid
eries in the three cities. In fsct we have
too many and have marked at prices to
move rapidly. Examine the elegant new
effects in real hemstitched and tucked.
White goods in endless variety.
Plaids, checks, stripes, plains, etc., 4c a
yard up to flne grades.
Dress patterns, boxed, ecru bastite,
9 yards material, 40 in. wide. 4i narrow
embroidery, 4J wide embroidery, tl.95.
i mie, i yarns material, ill incnes
wide. 44 yards each wide and narrow pm.
broidery, f 2.95. Don't all speak at once.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
the many bargains offered:
Two bouse' on Int. SOilM, well located, on
Moline avenue a money making investment.
A two story house of nine rooms and a one
story honse f five ?oonis, on the same lot, be
tween Four. h and Fifth av nue, on Twenty-first
$)0 wiil hnv a honse and lot on First avenue
near the depot.
$1,200 will buy eond honse of six rooms in
one of the best neighborhoods on Nineteenth at.
1,000 will buy a neat bouse on Twentieth at.
Two bouses and lot 1x150, on Second aye.
Some of the best lots in Dodge's addition on
A good lot on the bluff in Rodman a divis
: ; ROCK ISLAND. ILL.