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THE MIOCK IST,XOT ABGU& SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1880.
Made In Hardwood, elegantly caived with treble
wa'ia, charcoal filled and rlnc lined, every
part removable for
All metal shelves, alr-tlpht Inelr. Imnrnvi1 In
terior circulation of dry cold air and first-class
Thsse are the only Refrigerators with Five
wails lor the preservation of the Ice.
They are the only Refrigerator having the
ftjvuiiaru pateni sir-iigm iocks .
They are the only Refrigerator having the
Leonard patent solid iron shelves.
They are the oily Refrlg ratora having the
Lronard patent arched center false bottom.
1 hey are the only Refrigerator having the
i.eonaru patent movable nue tor cleaning.
They are the only Refrigerator having the
Leonard improved interior circulation of dry cold
They are the only Refrigerators having the
Leonard patent int rior cons' ruction.
Then have stod the teat for rear and are the
only Kefrlgeratora which excel all others at every
A slight examination will convince vol of their
great superiority. We challenge the world to
produce their equal at any price.
FOR SALE BY
1017 Second avennn,
Rook Island, Ills.
KINGSBURY & SON
Are the Leaders in LOW PRICES on-
P3 ! Browns 3 cents.
p ! Micas 4 cents.
H Gilts 4$ cents.
Oj "Decorated Window Shades with spring fix-
; tures complete ready to hang, 38 cents.
1705 Secend Avenue.
AT THE FESTIVAL.
Close of Old Soldiers' Day at ' the
The Comic Opera A Voral IW'amber
quilt Preetailon Rev. . W
Uue.. -Tonight's Procranne.
In competition with the Leading Refrigerators of the
United States received the highest award for economy
of ice, using only 12.17 as much ice as its best compet
itor and 9.1 7 as much as one of its would be competitors.
pi 8 sews the only provision chamber free from odors, produces a dry
cold itir which no ohter can equal, and has preserved fresh meats three
weeks in the hottest weather. Produces better results with less? ice
ttin any other Refrigerator. The flues of the
ito not rriiiffc cleaning as do other makes, being perfectly and scien-titr-ally
constructed, the cold dry air by constant circulation keeps it
sweet and clean. The best made, best finished and handsomest Ru
fricrator in the market. There are more ALASKA Refrigerators in
tie in Rock Island than all others.
WILMRD BAKER & GO.,
SOLE AGENTS FOR ROCK ISLAND,
Opposite Harper House.
is one array of beauty with its loads of
Wall Paper, Curtains
cll and make your selections from the Largest stock,
the Newest Patterns and Lowest prices.
"Old Soldiers' Day" at the May festi
val of the First M. E. church at the Rock
Island rink closed with the presentation
of the comic opera, "The Cadets' Pic
nic," under the direction of Miss Tripp,
the young folks all appearing in appro
priate oostume and discharging their re
spective parts in a manner that was a
credit to each and all participating as
well at to Miss Tripp, who had spent
much time and pains organizing and
training them. In the same connection
Mrs. Milton Jones and children gave a
delight 'ul musical number entitled "Lit
tle Tot g High Chair," to which all of the
children, Freddie, Minnie, Mattie, Louis,
Lottie, Milton, Jr., and Fay, contributed
their vecal excellence.
Following this came the presentation
by Maj. J. M. Beardsley on behalf of
the sol tiers' ladies, of the handsomely
designel O. A. R. quilt heretofore fully
described, to Rev. G. W. Que. In mak
ing tht presentation, Maj. Beardsley
made one of his most fitting speeches,
describicg the associations of the quilt in
the household and its use from the time
it covers the babe in the cradle all through
life, spe iking incidentally of the pleasures
of quilt making the quilting bee for
instance. In closing he addressed Mr.
Oue in ihese words: "You have by vour
unselfisli goodness and kindness to high,
low, ric'i and poor, your ardent devotion
to the c tiling you have chosen, your un
compromising loyalty to this grand
government of ours, and its defenders,
and your ability and manhood every
where asserted, gained and merit the high
esteem and respect shown you here to
night, a id of all those who know you in
this en ire community and state. Ac
cept this quilt with the sentiments it
represents, together with the love and
respect -he donors and their friends bear
you, and their earnest wishes for your
health, happiness and prosperity in the
Mr. Guemadea happy response ex
pressing his gratitude, and eloquently
eulogizing Oen. . Logan, whose portrait
adorns the centre of the quilt.
Tonight the May festival closes, and
there should be a larger attedance than at
any time yet. The pretty little comic
operetta "The Daisies and the Sun
flowers," will be repeated by request.
This afternoon the May pole was re
peated a ad there was music by a juven
The Sidney, Capt. Boland, will
down tomorrow evening.
The Mary Morton, Capt. Cubberly, ar
rived frcm the south early this morning
and departed for the north with a big
The Lihbie Conger of the Diamond Jo
line, has been assigned to the excursion
business at Kansas City for the present
The Golden Gate is being handsomely
fitted out for the excursion business in
these waters this season. She will be
the safest and best pleasure boat on the
river. Capt. Geo. Lamont will look after
her interests on this side of the river.
The river editor of the Union discloses an
amusing amount of ignorance as to time
and distances on the water. Yesterday
morning be said: "The Mary Morton is
expected to arrive here from St. Louis
and leav? about daylight this morning, to
arrive in St. Paul tonight." While this
morning he makes this intelligent an
nouncement: "The Mary Morton did not
arrive from St. Louis yesterday morning,
as was expected. She is looked for this
morning, and will return from St. Paul
tomorrow." Things must be getting
lively on the upper Mississippi.
There was something of a trial of
speed be ween the the Pittsburg, of the
Diamond Jo line, and the St. Paul, of the
St. Paul line, on the round trip made by
the boats in question, which ended in
favor of the Pittsburg. The Pittsburg
left here on Monday morning, April 9. far
St. Paul, while the St. Paul followed
seven hours later. The St. Paul's offi
cers boasted that they would overhaul
the Pittnburg before she reached Bur
lington, and, failing in that, they an
nounced that tbey would pass her before
she reached St. Paul, but in this they
were also disappointed. The Pittsburg
turned b ick from St. Paul aud arrived
here at 9 o'clock yesterday morning,
while tht St. Paul is expected at noon to
day. Rt Louis Globe Democrat.
C. L. Moore waa fined $3 and costs by
Magistrate Wivill for intoxication.
James Owen was assessed a fine of $3
and costs for disorderly conduct.
Matt Milligan and Geo. Reyner, two
river men, got into a serious altercation
in the saloon of Job Ross on First avenue
late last evening and this morning they
were am sted and taken before Magis
trate Wivill, Stale's Attorney O'Mara ap
pearing tor the prosecution. The pris
oners were fined f 50 and costs each and
sent to jit.il to serve it out.
MarshiJ Miller has a postal card from
Marshal EichofT, of Muscatine, to look
out for P. Cannell, a Jewish peddler, who
is rather tall and slim in stature, wearing
a black mustache and drives a red wagon
with blac k horse, stiff in one leg. A re
ward of 1J15 is offered.
Uriah Jortner, of Mohne, who owns
business blocks and is worth $30,000,
was prosecuted by State's Attorney
O'Mara in the county court today and
fined $50 and costs by Judge Adams for
stealing coal from the Swedish Commer
cial Unit n.
T. V. Parmantar. attorney at law
Makes collections, loans money and will
attend t any legal business intrusted to
mm. usee, postomce diock, kock isi
and, Ilia. ds&wly
What you need is a medicine which ii
pure, efl cient, reliable. Such la Hood'a
Sarsa par ilia. It possesses peculiar cura
To the young face Poxzoni'a complex
ion powcer gives freaher charms, to .the
old renewed youth. Try it.
CONCEDES THE CLAIMS.
A Chicago Paper Thlaka the Capitol
f the V. 8. neleaaa Kork I Hi
The Argus has from time to time noted
the efforts that have been made in vari
oua parts of the country, not emanating
from this community alone, to bring
about a discussion of the subject of the
removal of the capitol of the United
States from the Potomac to the Missis
sippi, the site most favored being the isl
and of Rock Island, the universal fitness
of which none west of the Allegrhanies
will question. The location of Rock
Island being as it is in the centre of the
country, of wealth, of population, of ag
ricultural as well as its geographical
adaptability has all been detailed at
length. The Davenport Democrat-Gazette,
as has also been noted, has been publish
ing an interesting series of articles on
the subject of the transfer of the capitol.
urging, of course, the claims of Davenport.
Now comes the Chicago Timet conced
ing the claims of this community. In its
issue of yesterday it contained the fol
lowing editorial in reference to the matter:
Mr. Reaves, the elorifier of St. Louis
as the "future great," has gone to the
realm where capital cities, so far as we
are advised, are of no account. lie lived
to see the future great the merest
shadow of Chicago and "Washington still
me capuai, growing in beauty on the
banks of the Potomac, notwithstanding
his demand that it be transferred to the
banks of the Mississippi for the glorifica
tion of St. Louis. But because Reaves
Is dead and the colossal goddess of liberty
stands content, because she has to, on the
dome cf the capitol at Washington.shall
there be no agitation for the removal of
the seat of national government to the
valley of the Mississippi. St. Louis, of
course, is incapable ot further effort. Ii
is lost in the laziness of content. But a
more vigorous and imaginative peo
ple live up stream. In Illinois they
are Kock Islanders. In Iowa they
are denizena of Davennnrt. R-
tween them is the government reser
vation upon an island where a republic
which hopes never to go to war is con
tinually engaged in gun making. It is
beautiful island. The people of Dav
enport and the residents of Rock Island
declare that no such spot is to be found
elsewhere on the republic. There is the
very spot upon which the Goddess of Lib
erty aforesaid should take up her abode.
There congressmen should gel their pav.
There the wheels of government should
revolve by water power. No malaria
in the atmosphere of Rock Island: no
Potomac flats breathing deathsdealing
effluvia. There a model while house
may be erected into which Mrs. Harri
son may move confident that with
ordinary prudence she will be free
from Illness. There Russell Harrison,
the first born, Russell, the prince and
heir apparent, may resort without
danger to a health precious to the
republic. There, both war and navy
will be at home, the treasury will be
safe, and agriculture, nourished in the
very centre of the corn belt, may laugh
while it fills its horn of plenty. There
the departmant of the interior will be in
the interior in fact as in name.
It is the very place, breasting the
Father of Waters between the great
states of Illinois and Iowa. A local
journal modestly declares: "We could
enumerate many excellent reasons wbv
Davenport sbould be so highly honored,
but as the movement has come from out
side the state we prefer to have others
discuss the situation and simply wish the
This is proper recognition of the fact
that the nation must settle the momen
tous question, but, merely iu way of pre
caution, it may be anked: will Davenport
be ready hospitably to entertain congress
at the December session in case the re
moval should suddenly be decided upon?
At Trinity church. Rev R F Sweet,
rector, services at 7 and 10:45 a m and
:80 pm. At the chapel at 2:30 p m.
At the Swedish Lutheran church.
preaching in English at 10:30 a ra, by
Rev E F Bartholemew. D. D. Luke. 19:
At the English Lutheran, preaching at
7:30 p m, by Kev. r Bartholemew, pas
tor: John, 16:16 21. Sunday school at
2:30 pm, C W Foss, superintendent.
At the First Baptist church. Rev. EL C
Leland, pastor. Services at 10:45 a m
Theme: "The Process of Christian De
velopment." At 7:30 p m. theme: "Sa
tan." Sunday school at 9:30 a m. J W
Welch, superintendent. Young people's
meeting at 6:30 p m. At the Forty
fourth street chapel, Sunday school at
2:30 pm. Services at 3:80 p m.
At the Central Presbyterian church
Rev A B Meldrum. pastor, preach at
10:45 a m.and 7:31) p m. Morning subject:
The Belief and tbe Lafe. ' Uabbatn
school and bible class at 9:30 a m, James
M Buford, superintendent. Young peo
ple s meeting at 6:30 p m. Gospel hymns
at the evening service.
At the First M. E. church, preaching
at 10:45 a m and 7:30 p m, by the pastor.
Kev G W Que. Morning subiect
'Tested in the Storm." Evening subject:
'How Character is Tested, or the Detec
tive's Guide." Sunday school at 9:15 i
m, J F Robinson, superintendent. Chil
dren'a meeting at 2:15 p m, J L Freeman,
leader. Young people's meeting at 6:30
pin, UL Adams, leader.
At the Christian chapel, Geo E
Piatt, pastor. Service at 10:45 a m
Subject: "The Beatitudes." Service also
at 7:30 pm. Music by quartette. Sun
day school at 9:15 a m. Music by
children a chorus. Children a meeting at
3 pm, Geo E Piatt, superintendent,
Young people's meeting at 6:30 p m.
leader, L E West. Sunday school in mis
ion room at 3 p m, Geo. Colburn superin
Nrw Time Card
New time cards go into effect on the
C. R. I. & P.. C. B. & Q. and C. M. &
St- P. road tomorrow. The Ahgub of
yesterday noted fully the changes to be
made on the Rock Island and St. Louis
division of the C. B. & Q.
On the C, M. & St. P. No. 1 will leave
hereafter at 7:25 a. m. instead of 6:20,
Capt. Fuller's train is changed tonum
bera 5 and 6 and runs between Rock Isl
and and Freeport, arriving at 11:50 a. m
Instead of 11, and leaviog at 3 p. m.
On the Rock Island numerous changes
are to be made; train No. 2 from Council
Bluffs for Chicago, departs at 7:30 a. m
instead of 7:55. No. 14, limited, from
Denver, will leave at 9:05 a. m. instead
of 8:11 a. tn. No. 16 from Chicago
leavea at 12:10 a.m. instead of 12:02
and No. 4 at 12:80 a. m. instead of 11:38
p. m. Coming from Chicago, No.
leavea at 7:50 p. ft. instead of 7:45. No,
11 leavea at 9:50 p. m. instead -of 8:50.
Other trains are unchanged.
The popular blood purifier, Hood'a
Sarsaparilla, is having a tremendous aale
this season. Nearly everybody takes it
Try it yourself.
M. & K.
' For fine shoes.
M. & K. for 50-cent shoes.
M. & K. for 50-cent wigwams.
Nobby clothing at the M. & K.
Men's wigwams 55c at the M. & R
Infants' shoes 15 cents at the M. & K
Mr. S. F. Lynde, of Chicago, is in the
Shoes, M. & K.
Grand opening today at the Golden
Ladies' serge slippers 25 cents at the
M. & K.
Scriven's patent elastic drawers at tbe
M. S K.
of Illinois City, was in
of Cordova, was in
the city today.
Mr. John Haney,
tne city today.
M. & K.
$1.50 quality of men's shoes 88 cents
at the M. & K.
Half a dollar goes a great distance at
the M. & K. today.
Shoes 50 cents, M. '& K.
Mr. T. C. Lewis, of Reynolds, was in
the city today.
Men's and ladies' carpet slippers 13
cents at the M. & K.
Do not miss Ihe grand opening at the
Golden Eagle today.
Ira Martin and W. D. Camp, of Hills
dale, were in the city today.
Another shipment of 50 cent shoes ex
pected today at the M. & K.
Mrs. Ed. Sageant, of Rockford, is
visiting her friend. Miss Carrie Kern Me.
MVs. F. L. Bliss and daughter. Miss
Nellie, have returned from a viiit to R -
If you want reliable foot wear trade
with reliable dealers. The M. & K. is
Mr. Fred Hass has returned from a
two weeks' business trip to Kansas and
- Special bargains at the Golden Eagle
today. For particulars look elsewhere
in this paper.
No paper soles, no paper counters
every pair of ahoes warranted to be solid
at the M. & K.
Capt. W. H. Pierce, engineer at ihe
waterworks, has been asked to hand in
Do not fret. You can depend upon it
that the M. it K. will have some more of
those 50 cent shoes.
Justice Cooke's contest case was heard
in the county court yesterday, but no de
cision was reached.
Read Geo. W. D. Harris' advertise
ment on this page. Il is of great interest
to investors in real estate.
The M. & K. expect another shipment
of their 50-cent shoes this morning -if
not, positively this evening.
Rev. Erl Carl89en. of Aucustana Col
lege, left last evening for Liudsberg,
Kan., in search of improved health.
There will be a meeting for young men
at the i. M. C. A. rooms at 3:80 tomor
row afternoon. Chas. Schitlinger. lender.
The Unitarians of Moline have ex-
renaed a call to Kev. Virgil H. Brown, of
Princeton, to the pastorate of their
Mr. Matthew McEmrv. of Melrosp.
Iowa, formerly a resident of this county,
is visiung nis nephew, Win. McEoiry, in
rue M. & K. had an immense rush
yesterday and their 50-cent shoes went
like hot cakes, but another shipment in
Every lady attending the grand open
ing at the Golden Eagle will be presented
with a buttonhole hoquet made from the
unest cut flowers. Come early
ars win run to the watch tower every
miriy mmuies on the Milan road tomon
row. rom 3 to 5 o clcock there will he
boat race on Rock river, in front of the
un noi miss the grand free concert at
the Golden Eagle this evening. The
Chicago Italian orchestra will render
some of their choice selections from 7 to
9:30 p. m.
The Monmouth base ball club arrived
at the Rock Island house this noon. The
Monmouths play the Rock Islands at the
Kock Island park, tomorrow. Todays
game was prevented by rain.
1 wo good houses and lots, corner of
First avenue and Tenth street, city, for
sale cheap: all modern improvements.
Enquire of E. E. Parmenter, lawyer,
kock island, ill.
Thieseen & Nissen, the new proprie
tors of "Saratoga Flail," No. 1616 Second
avenue, are now open for business and
will Monday evening spread a grand
lunch, to which they invite the public.
The Davenports won their third sue
cessive game from Springfield yesterday.
defeating til- visitors by a score of 4 to 1 .
Davenport, Quincy and Evansville are
now tied for first place in the Interstate
On Friday evening May 19, a home
company will assist Miss Louisa Kellogg
in the presentation at Harper's theatre of
The Mountain Pink," for the benefit of
St. Luke's hospital guild. The prices of
admission will be 25, 35 and 50 cents.
Ex-Circuit Clerk E. H. Bowman, who.
years ago, was a mail agent between Chi
cago and West Liberty on the C, R. I. &
P., has been appointed to the service and
assigned to a run between Chicago and
Quincy. on the C. B. & Q.
Tbe citizen who. in his efforts to slay
the vicious cur on Twentieth street yester
day afternoon and smashed an immense
plate glass window with a rock, will
doubtless in the future heed more closely
the injunction, let not your angry pas
Tbe value of advertising in tbe Argus
was quite effectively demonstrated by the
great rush that attended the opening of
the assignee sale of boots and shoes at
1703 Second avenue this morning. The
enterprising firm advertised exclusively
in the Argus, and it sees tbe wisdom of
so doing now.
At Beardstown Thursday morning Con
ductor C. C. Parker, of the Rock Island
and Beardstown accommodation of the
C, B. & Q , and Miss Levina Hendicker
were united in marriage. At North Hen
derson last night. Conductor Thos. M.
Cook was wedded to Miss Cora Mather.
Both bridal .pairs have gone to Denver
on their wedding tour.
A great crowd of boys gathered at
the Golden Eagle clothing store this
morning to participate in the f-lippery
pole contest. At least one hundred nim
ble youths attempted to accomplish the
difficult task, but all failed. The store is
nicely ornamented with plats and flowers.
Tonight there is to be a concert at the
Golden Eagle, to which the public is in
The book binding firm of Kramer &
Bleuer have determined to go into a new
departure in connection with their bind
ery, adding an ink factory, the purpose
being to manufacture recording and
copying and writing ink in all colors.and
in addition a superior design of ink
eraser. If the enterprising firm carries
into its new branch the methods that
have characterized ita course iu the bind-.
ery business, it is sure to win success.
Tbe second car to cross the Rock Isl
and bridge and island, and the first since
the pavement was put in, came over from
Davenport yesterday. It was one of the
open cars of tbe Second street road in
Davenport and it, wiih one other which
is to be sent over, will be assigned to
duty on this side until the new cars come
from St. Louis, when they will be sent
back to Davenport. The two large open
cars of the old Union line will be repaired
and then placed permanently on the Third
street line in Davenport.
The annual convention of the Order of
Railway Conductors, to be held at Den
ver, Colorado, beginning May 14, is to be
a grand affair in various ways. The
"Knights of the Punch" who go from
this portion of the state will travel in
royal style. They will leave Chicago
today, in twenty-two of the finest
Pullman palace sleeping cars, over
the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy rail
road. This grand outfit will be furnished
the conductors free of charge, Vice Pres
ident Stone having charge, and no men
on earth know better how to appreciate
the trip than they do. One of the extra
excursions for tbe conductors contem
plated from Denver is a visit to the Yel
lowstone Park, which at this season of
tbe year, is in its glory.
A Strange Chance
The beats of Officers Brennan and Cary
have been changed by order of Mayor
McConocbie, the former going to the
upper beat and the latter taking the cen
tral portion of the city.
Tbe change is a great surprise to Offi
cer Brennan and his friends, and one that
is hardly fair to that officer. It was the
understanding when the democratic alder
men lent their endorsement to Phil Mil
ler's confirmation as marshal, that Mr.
McConochie was to see to it that Bren
nan was to have tbe most desirable beat,
and Mr. McConocbie is not acting in
good faith in making the change. Had
he not seen fit to keep his promise with
Mr. Brennan and tbe democratic alder
men, be should not have placed Brennan
on the central beat at all.
C. A. Stekl, - - Manager.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
May 13, 14 and 15.
Jolly Voyagers !
Elegr.nt Uniformed Brass Band
Tleoded by Four Strong Comedy Stare
ROSS SNOW, R. j. ERWOOD.
CARRIE LAMONT, GYPSIE WARDE,
supported by a fln; company.
Entire change of progrmme niehtlv
Cli licked mil of SinRinff, Dancing at.d
Peoples' Prices 15, as and 3S c nts.
t-Look out for onr Street Parade nnder he
management of Harry A. Snow.
Saturday Evening, May 11th.
Admission 35 Cents.
Good order maintained. Objectionable
characters strictly prohibited.
Street cars for Moline after dance.
CHAS. BLKI KR.
Room and Picture
Cord Nails & Hooks,
At the very Lowest
Call and see.
C. C. Taylor
Under Rock inland Bonse.
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 "Entie Nous" with gloves
you have been paying ft. 00 for.
5 hook, embroidered back, 88 cents.
Com oare the "Paris" with gloves sold at
5-hook, embroidered back, tl-20.
Match the "Charmaut" if you can else
where for $1 50.
Large assortment lisle and silk eloves
cheap to better grades.
No use talking, we are headquarters
for embroideries. We show the largest
and handsomest assortment of embroid
eries in the three cities. In fact we have
too many and have marked at prices to
move rapidly. Examine the elegant new
effects in real hemstitched and tucked.
White goods in endless variety.
Plaids, checks, stripes, plains, etc., 4c a
yard up to fine grades.
Dress patterns, boxed, ecru bastite,
9 yards material. 40 in. wide. 4 narrow
embroidery, 4$ wide embroidery. $1.95.
White. 12 yards material. 31 laches
wide, 4 yards each wide and narrow em
broidery, $2.95. Don't all speak at once.
-in the three cities is-
Ice Cream made from pare Cream
and flavored with the popular
flavor. A trial of tbla cream
will convice all that it can
not be excelled.
Picnics, Sociables and Parties
of all kinds, farnlf hed on
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 write for details.
Rock Island. Illinois.
A Mammoth Stock
i.Mp Mitep IVs
1ARGER THAN EVER:
and three times as large as any other establishment in
this city can be seen at the popular store of
CLEMANN & SALZKIANU.
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. "WT. D. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth St.. under Commercial Ilotel,
ty"Fint class Insurance at lowest rates.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
The following are among the many bargains offered:
Tneof the best money making rexUorant and
boardintr houe in tbe citv nearC.K. I. & P. de
pot, well located for any kind of busine .
An elegant property on Twenty -third utreet;
brick hou-e with ail modern improvement!) ; corner
lot ; bath moms, sewer, hot and cold water: cheap.
A new houee. eight rootnw, barn, trees, etc. : lot
60x150; within five blocks of pos'otUce; a great
A nice house, well located in a pood neighbor
hood on Twentieth street ; cheap.
A niie two-story residence; fins corner lot 80x
150. One of the best neighborhoods on Fourth
A good corner property for Investment ; 60x150
feet, ouTMid avenue; cheap.
A very nice property. Just outsid of city limits
and city taxes: cheap, on easy terme.
One of the best SO-acre farms, with first class
Improvements in Bowhm; townsh p; cheap.
ItiU acres : fine land. Dear Doda-e City, Kansas, at
$5 50 per acre.
A ao. 1 corner property on Third avsnas at a
A nice new two story residence with large lot,
in good neighborhood, on Twenty-fourth at., cheap
A nice brick residence, with a 1 modern im
provement, large grounds, on Kim sheet, for
sale cheap on easr term.
Two story dwelling, six rooms, good well, cis
tern and c liar, large barn, acre of land, within
a few steps of Milan street cars, at a bargain.
A neat brick house with a large lot for $3,000,
convenient to upir depot and saw mills.
Large brick hocse, well located, on Fourth
avenue, lot 6Ux.SO, for sale cheap.
To Cure Spring Fever
KOHIST & ADLER'S,
BIT TT ERS!
$1.50 per Gallon.
POST OFFICE BLOCK.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
BOOTS and SHOES
Tlae Largest 3tock:,
The 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 .
3"Call and see us.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Avenue.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE, PIONEER SHOE STORE,
2929 Fifth Avenue. 1712 Second Avenue.