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THE BOCK IRTJOTO MONDAY, MAY 13, 18b0.
m .,1,1 new interest to our ribbon
TlSwe will, on Monday. Tuesday
TJdl of this week sell mil of
'odle,9 rU.boyns at 11c per yard. This
our. a all of our Dlain gros grain, plain
iBC- moires, sntin edges, crown edees,
wt' -Jrowns and our entire stock of No.
"J .11 .1-ia'iii. s at 11c rer yard, for
fhi day. ""IT. former prices 18o. 20c
j oi Ne Ht th,se PIIce8 after lbe
-tt hour 6 o'clock Wednesday night.
'lie llc' llc' llc-
None to other (lenient, none.
THE BARGAIN OF THE YEAR
" onelot1'" e,,te Pros Kr,iin rin
in. extra (junlity, 13 colora. will open
0Vndy a. m. at only
05 Cents per yard.
Erly callers will sot choice selec
tion' 'ormer pri-e 45c KnA 48e none
tfter this lot is clo-ed.
BARGAINS OP BARGAINS.
To direct special attention to our ims
mens line of summer underwear we will
enes at 9 o'clock Monday a big job in
Ivies' eitra quality Jersey ribbed vests
t 9c each, colors, blue, pink and ecru.
Note the price 9c; none at wholesale.
The season is upon us for Parasols
and Sun Umbrellas, and according to
ine custom. McCABE BROS., have
large and well selected stock to choose
from. As a starter we offer on Monday
a. m. some oargains mat are winners.
You all know what the Gloria silk is
and when you have bought it once, vou
are forever a customer for the Gloria silk
umbrella Gloria silk sun umbrellas,
paragon frame, gold heads at fl.14.
Uloria silk umbrellas, natural wood han
dies 94c. a creat bargain. Satin coach
ing shades, assorted colors and black 82c
each; the La Tosca (latest craze) silver
handle, 15 inches long, best quality silk,
f2. 68, regular price $3 50; full lines of
Parasols and Sun Umbrellas at a great
discount for our opening sale.
Jointed Carriage Shades, in gros
grain Silks and Satins, and all the late
novelties, including the Tacoma and
We open on Monday a full line of
Barbouis' best linen thread at 5 cents
per a pool. Biiby's best shoe blacking
at 2c per box.
SrscuL "oil u uat. ai 111 ociock a. m. sharp we place on sale 10 pieces
fancy stripe Tennis riannei at jc per yard; others will charge you from 124c to
j"jc for the ssoieKOo.ls.
17U. 1716. 1718. 1730 and 1723 Second Avenuk. Rock Island.
KINGSBURY & SON
-Are the Leaders in LOW PRICES on-
Browns 3 cents.
Micas 4 cents.
Gilts 4J cents.
."Decorated Window Shades with spring fix
tures complete readjT to hang, 38 cents.
1705 Secend Avenue.
iDry Goods Stores
Corner Second and Brady Sts.
To the Public.
We liHve decided to go out of the Dry Goods business and to close
out our entire stock of Dry Goods and Notions, not excepting any
'bing in tlio store. This unexpected announcement is due to a change
io the Imsiness plana of the firm, and although it may oppear un
"wonatile to do so after being here so short a time, still we feel justi
kdm making the change. We shall commence our sale on Wednes
k'morning. We remain closed all day tomorrow to arrange our
""t and mark goods over. Everything will be marked down leaving
"old marks on the tickets to show what reduction is made. We
nt to close our stock out at once and if prices will do it the goods
go. As is well known our stock is all new and it will not be like
tiding out an old stoek. This will give the people of Davenport and
vicinity a chance to buy goods as they have never done before and
'tare is 00 humbug about. We mean a gTeat slaughter of new stock.
Every piece of goods in the store will suffer and you wil' only have to
ti'ttt in and see it to be convinced. In tomorrow's papers we shall
announce our prices and the line of goods which shall be given atten
GEO. VINNEDGE & CO.
is one array of beauty with its loads of new
Wall Paper, Curtains
LOST liS THE LAST.
The Rock Islands Drop to Mon
The Hons Team Lets Victory Blip
From leu Clatchea at the L.at Ms)
narnt Yesterday's .
A fair sized crowd gathered at the
Rock Is' and ball park yesterday after
noon and witnessed the Monmouth semi
professioaal ball team defeat the Rock
Island club . It was a clear case of vic
tory snatched out of defeat, the home
nine suffi ring! in consequence of the driz
ailing rain that came up, as the visitors
went to tie bat in the last half of the last
inning, and whose opportune nits though
none of them safe, were muffed by the
Rock Island fielders in consequence of
the slippery condition of the ball. Thus
five runs were scored and a once fairly
lost and entirely unearned victory
achieved. The game from the start was
characterized by numerous errors on both
sides, De isley, the released short stop of
the Davenports, appearing on second
for the Monmouths and dintinguishing
himself by two costly errors.
The R ck Islands are the better nine
and with a fair show would have won
Following is the complete score:
Darnell. It, 5 0 0 0 3 0 1
W Zeie, c.. ft 2 2 2 10 3 1
Weisler, 5 1 1 1 II 0 1
Scherer, 8b .... 4 113 8 4 0
Baker, lb 5 0 0 1 7 0 0
Johnson, cf 4 '2 1 8 0 1
Burrll. rf 4 1 10O00
Ktspen, 3b 8 2 1100
Steamer, p 4 1 1 1 0 0 1
Totll.... 89 10 8 10 86 T b
' AB K 1 B iSTfP O A E
Dallas, lb 8 1 0 0 7 0 1
Creelv, 8b 5 0 113 8 1
Deasly, 2b 2 2 0 1 8 0 8
Dowd, eg 4 a 0 0 2 (I
Pool, If 5 0 0 1 0 0 0
Suges, cf 5 3 2 0 1 1 0
Redmoad, p 5 1 1 0 0 11 1
Hall, rf 4 0 0 0 0 0 0
Grander, c 4 U 3 1 12 8 2
Tola ... 37 11 7 4 87 19 7
Rock Island 2 1 0 4 8 0 0 0 010
Monmouth 0 0 1 0 5 0 0 0 511
Earned Ran Monmouth, 2.
Two Base Hits Johnson.
Doable Mays Monmouth, 1.
Bases on Rills Steamer 8; Redmond, 2.
Base on Hi. bv Pilchcd Ball Rnrk lUnd
Passed Bal e Zeis, 1 : Grander, 2.
Left on Ba es Koek Ixiand, 3; Monmouth, a.
Struck Out -By Steamer, 8; by ltedmond, 0.
PLEASED WITH THE PLAN.
A Joint Committee of MoIIm Batch
er and tldrrmen lnnpert the Itork
Inland Abattoir, and are Oellffhted
Yesterday afternoon a joint committee
from Molice, composed of Aldermen L.
F. Kerns. John C. Stewart. D. C. Dag
gett and Wm. McDieth and City Marshal
Ed Kittilsei, together with Messrs. C. F.
Grantz, Henry Efflund and Geo. Love
joy, representing the butchers of Moline,
came down and in company with Mayor
Wm. McCt nochie. Health Commissioner
G. L. Eyster, City Marshal Toil Miller
and Aldern.an Chas. Evans made a visit
to the Ro.Tk Island abattoir, which has
been lying idle pending the result of the
litigation .nto which the butchers of
Rock Island were shamefully led by one
spiteful citizen. The Moline committee
was shown through the abattoir, inspect
ing it thor Highly, and all. the butchers
included, ei pressed their thorough appro
val of it, aid one of the butchers stated
that he was surprised that there abould
be any objection to it, and that the Mo
line butcbt rs would be only too glad to
patronize such an institution were they
given opportunity to do so.
The Moli le city council is considering
the propriety of establishing an abattoir
at the request of the butchers of that city
and will doubtless do so on a similar plan
with the on 3 built here. There is no ele
ment there that is likely to invite rebel
lion against measures looking to the pre
servation of the highest sanitary welfare
of the peojle.
Cm and make your selections from the Largest stock,
the Newest Patterns and Lowest prices. ,
The FrHtival Over.
Saturday evening witnessed the close
of the May festival or the First M. E.
church at the Rock Island rink, the damp
weather, he wever, preventing the affair
from being 'vhat it otherwise would. The
pretty operitta, "The Rebellion of the
Daisies and Sunflowers," was repeated
and was agi.in immensely enjoyed. The
autograph Quilt, the very valuable article
containing ' he names, among others, of
the great men and women of the age, was
purchased ly Mrs. T. J. Robinson for
$100. The buggy, wagon and other do
nations have not yet been disposed of.
The three beautiful banners of the old
and new M. . church, that bo neatly ors
namented tie booth of the ladies' fancy
work committee at the May festival, and
were so greatly admired by all who saw
them, were presented to Mrs. G. W. Gue
and Mrs. II. C. Cleaveland. The one
representing the new church on gold col
ored satin, i ainted by Miss Blanche Bu
ford, was given to the wife of the pastor.
The two on bolting cloth, representing
the old and new churches, the work of
Harry M. Pottitt, were presented to Mrs.
H. C. Cleav aland, president of the ladies'
The net receipts of the festival will be
not far from $1,500.
Three Sight) at the Theatre.
For three evenings commening to
night, the management of Harper's
theatre has secured Snow Bros. Jolly
Voyagers, one of the best comedy com
panies on the road, beaded by four strong
comedy star). Ross Snow, Carrie Lamont,
R. J. ErwooJ and Gypsy Warde, sup
ported by a strong company. They also
carry their cwn brass band and orchestra.
every man being a solo artist and wearing
the finest uniforms ever put on a band.
The Jolly Voyagers have the finest col
lection, catc ly songs and specialties, ever
seen here. There is not a stick in the
company, all fine comedians. Every one
of their comadies are good. The street
parade can rot be beat. The beat show
thia season. Time. Hannibal. Mo.
Snow. En rood, Gypaie Ward and Car
rie Lamont, are the strongest comedy-4
ever seen Here. They are great, and
keep the ho ie roaring from the time the
curtain goes np till U talis. The band
and parade Has fine. Journal, Memphis.
A Kaaker t the Valthfnl Provided
far by Oitrramu Cleat with Peat-
Drop in on Congressman Gest at any
time these days and you will find him
waist deep in political docurxents and all
his senses absorbed in the perusal of the
same, for the member of the house from
the Eleventh district of Illinois is just
now busy dispensing loaves and fishes to
the hungry, and he has found himself in
the unfortunate predicament that greets
a man with a demand in excess of the
supply. Yet he is doing the best he can
An Aroc8 representative waded in
through the great mass of accumulated
documents this morning and the con
gressman loaned him his attention long
enough to provide him with a list of post
offices throughout the district provided
for up to date:
Rock Island County Miss Jennie
K.unn, Reynolds; Dr W T Bouchton.
Edgington; P K Bowker. RaDids Citv:
David H Lyons, Coal Valley; James F
Mercer Alexander Carnahan,
George D Seaton. Seaton.
Warren Robert Atkinson. Cameron
Schuyler John Fry, Pleasant View;
hodi aic wiuiams, Scnuvler: Miss Cath
erine L Wheat, Littleton; Wm L Brum
back, Huntsville, Wm Thompson, Fred-
Henderson S H Brueo, Terre Haute;
jonn uaiton, Media; Chas Stansbury,
McDonough Robert Burden, Jr,
Prairie City; Thomas El well. Adair; John
Hancock Georse L Evans. RnrnsMp:
John SE well, Adrian; 8 S Gray, Hams
ilton; II N Holms. Chili: Charles Gran.
Oquawka; J R King. Walnut Grove;
Geo W Thompson, Ferris.
MAJ. McGINNIS PROMOTED.
Tebe Made commandant of Rork Inl
and Arneual col. Baylor RMlg;nn
Bceaufte of 111 Health.
Though no official notification or an
nouncement has as yet been received, it
is a fact that Col. T. G..Baylor, who has
been commandant at Rock Island arsenal
since Col. Flagler's transfer to Philadel
phia in the summer of 1886, has resigned
his post because of ill health and Maj .
John R. McGinnis has been, or will be
promoted to the commandancy.
Col. Baylor is now, and has been for
several months at Hot Springs, and Maj .
McGinnis has been acting commandant
in his absence. Col. Baylor has asked
for a post in a climate that will be more
congenial to his health.
Tonight the new council will get down
to work in earnest, and one of the first
matters to come up for disposition will
be the street paving noject that is the
deciding upon the material to be used.
Another important matter to be consid
ered will be the improvement association
plans for the improvement of Union
square and making it a source of pride
to the city instead of an eyesore. Arch
itect Schureman's plans furnished the
beautifying committee of the improve
ment association have been described
fully in the Arols, and the cost of which
will not exceed $3,674. The beautifying
committee of the association has suc
ceeded in arranging with Supt. Schnitger
of the Holmes syndicate for the free use
of the Union line from Seventh avenue
avenne and Thirtieth street for hauling
dirt, the street car company to further
more furnish trucks on which flat cars
may be built gratis. In this way the
city may very readily "kill two birds
with one stone: cut down the Thirtieth
street hill and materially reduce the ex
pense of filling, which is the heaviest
item in Mr. Schureman's estimates being
The council should order Second ave
nue paved and the Union square im
A Little Wanderer.
Saturday afternoon Jimmie, the seven
year old son of Thomas Green, living at
the corner of Twenty-fourth street and
Ninth avenue, went out into the woods
back of the city to look for the cows.
Not finding the cow in the accustomed
neighborhood the boy wandered on past
the watch tower and out on the Rock
river road fully twelve miles from home
when he stopped at the Sparks farm for
a drink and was taken in for the night.
His parents were naturally greatly
alarmed at his failure to return home,
and yesterday morning Mr. Green in
company with Mr. Daniel Daly, went out
on a search for the boy and found him at
the Sparks farm. He was somewhat
footsore but not at all worried or home
sick. The prodigal son's welcome was
not much more joyous than was that
boy's when he got back home.
The Sleanent Man Yet.
We have heard of people stealing
everything from a tooth pick to an un
dertaker's casket and we have heard of
men stealing the news from somebody
else's paper, but the meanest of all mean
men that has yet come under our obser
vation lives up at Clinton, Iowa. The
Nev$ speaks of him:
The gray-beaded man who stole the
Newt from Richardson Bros', barber
shop. Fourth street, Tuesday morniag.
will avoid such behavior in the future or
stand trial for theft. Others will take
warning and stop stealing papers, for the
Next company is going to make an ex
ample of the first one caught.
Judge Pleasants reconvened the May
term of the circuit court thia afternoon,
appointed Fred Osborne, of Zuma, fore
man of the grand jury, and set that body
to grinding. Judge Smith will not be
here until Thursday.
Clerk Gamble has had his desk turned
about, so that the clerk faces the court,
and the arrangement also affords more
room inaide the railing.
A Great Battle
is continually going on in the human
system. The demon of impure blood
strives to gain victory over the constitu
tion, to ruin health, to drag victims to
toe graven A good reliable medicine
like Hood's Sarsaparilla is the weapon
with which to defend one's self, drive
the desperate enenty from the field, and
restore peace and bodily health for many
yean. Try uus peculiar medicine.
10 cents a yard Mclntire Bros.
Bargains at Mclntire Bros. Read ad
Men wanted at the Rock Island plat
The "Jolly Voyagers" at Harper's the
10 cents a yard double fold cashmeres
at Mclntire Bros.
The city council meets in adjourned
session this evening.
City Attorney J. L. Haas returned from
Chicago this morning.
Mrs. Henry Curtis gives a 12 o'clock
C. K. Petcher, of Chicago, spent Suns
day with old friends in the city.
Street jerseys new assortment of
those $3.85 jerseys at Mclntire Bros.
Hon. E. W. Hurst came up from
Sprlnfield and spent yesterday in the
98 cents sun and rain umbrellas.
Gold and silver handles, 98 cents at Mc
Clothes wringers ?1.50 each at the C.
F. Adams Home Furnishing House, 322
Brady street, Davenport.
98 cents Gloria-ine sun and rain um
brellas, 26-inch, 98 cents at Mclntire
Bros. Gold and silver handles.
Ewing Ousley and Hugh Conwe'.l have
been given charge of the city garbage
wagons for the coming season.
Mr. L. A. Sharp, the Rock Island &
Milan street car conductor, is again on
duty after a few days' lay off.
Freeport has ordered the paving of its
most important thoroughfare Stephen
son street with block pavement.
Hanging lamps worth $5 go at 54 25
this week at the C. F. Adams Home
Furnishing House, 322 Brady street, Dav
Great bargains in lace curtains and
carpets at the C. F. Adams Home Furn
ishing House. 322 Brady street, Daven
John Slreckfus assaulted John T reman
in the latter's butcher shop this afternoon
and a warrant was sworn out for the ass
The government steamer, J. G. Parke,
came up this afternoon with her fleet of
barges, etc. Capt. Mead and Capt. Dur
ham were on board.
Even the baby sweats these warm days.
Why not buy it a carriage for $7.50 at
the C. F. Adams Home Furnishing House,
822 Brady street, Davenport.
There is a pressing demand in Musca
tine for a morning paper and in this re
spect there is a band of sympathy be
tween that city and Rock Island.
All our lamp goods will be sold at cost
rather than carry the stock over the sea
son. The C. F. Adams Home Furnish
ing House, 322 Brady street, Davenport.
Two good houses and lots, corner of
First avenue and Tenth street, city, for
sale cheap; all modern improvements.
Enquire of E. E. Purmenter, lawyer,
Rock Island, 111.
Ex-Police Magistrate Robert Bjnnett'is
preparing to embark in the grocery busi
ness in the store at present occupied by
Uelmbeck's drug store, when the latter
gets into his new buildicg.
Mrs. E. K. Kubitz presented her hus
band with one of the prettiest eleven
pound girls Sunday morning that has yet
come to beautify the world. Kubitz is
justly happy and is making his friends so
in the liberal distribution of fine Havan-
It is understood that the yahoo having
gotten it into its bead that the Mary
Morton can run to St. Paul and back in
twenty-four hours, is now laboring over
the delusion that it would be a eood plan
to charter the Diamond Jo clipper to
convey him and his newspaper effects to
Oklahoma. The yahoo is a genius.
Jason F. Calkins, late city editor of
the Burlington llawihtye, has accepted
the same position on the Davenport
Denwcrat'Oatette. Mr. Calkins is one of
the best local editors in Iowa and he is
now on one of the best papers and among
the best editors in Iowa.
The Tri-cily Ministerial association is
in session at the First Baptist church tos
day. This morning Rev. C. L. Morgan,
of Moline, read a paper on foreign mis
sions. The ministers dined together at
the Commercial hotel at noon. This af
ternoon Rev. A. B. Meldrum read an ex
cellent paper on the present results of
The Davenport police have arrested a
couple of returning Oklahoma boomers
for attempting to pass bogus checks.
They bad in their possession a forty-four
calibre revolver and 100 cartridges, a
dangerous looking knife and plenty of
fraudulent bank checks. They were in
Rock Island last week and bought a suit
of clothes at one of our leading clothing
houses, but did not attempt any of their
The city council will at its regular
meeting tonight, decide upon the matter
of sidewalk improvements, the paving of
Second avenue and the beautifying of
Union square. Steps should also be
taken to provide the most important of
the fire companies with horses. Let us
get, too, as near to a reliable useful fire
department as we can, and as near a paid
department as the ordinances of the city
The birdies build their nests in trees.
the gardener works while on his knees;
the housewife dusts while children
sneeze, and kids go fishing when they
please. Chickens scratch, but dogs scratch
fleas and love the nimble cat to tease.
The tramp will steal and beg for cheese,
while good men work like busy bees,
sowing grain or planting peas, in Illinoy
or 'cross the seas.
A new swindle is being worked. The
accommodating farmer is induced to buy
something or other on long time, his note
being all the payment required. But he
objects to giving his note and having it
discounted for casta. "Oh, well keep the
note," says the sharper, and thereupon
writes across the face, "Not transfera
ble." It soon turns np again in the
hands of another party who wants the
fanner to pay. An "e" added, to the
"Not," makes "Note transferable."
Peculiar in medicinal merit and won
derful cures Hood's Sarsaparilla. Now
is the time to take it, lor now It will do
the most good.
Tho German "Xtxy."
The "Nixy' of Germany has by dome been
supposed traceable to "Old Nick," but this is
not probable, since St. Nicholas has been the
patron saint of sailors for many centuries.
It was during the time of the crusadoe that a
vessel on the way to the Holy Land was in
great peril, and St Nicholas assuaged a tem
pest by his prayers. Since then he has been
supposed to be the protector of mariners,
even as Neptune was in ancient times, and in
most Koroan Catholic countries you will find.
in seaport towns, churches dedicated to St
Nicholas, to which (sailors resort to return
thanks for preservation at nea aud to make
The German Nixy was, no loubt, a later
rorrn oi ine oiu worse water god, Nikke. You
meet with him again, in another form, in
Neckan, the soulless.
The "Nixy" along the Baltic coast was
once, however, much feared by the fisher
men. It was the same spirit which appears
as the Kelpie in Scotland a water demon
which caused sudden floods to carry away
the unwary and then devour them.
There was a river goddess in Germany,
whose temple stood at Magdeburg, of whom
a legend exists that she also once visited
earth and went to market in a Christian cos
tume, where she was detected by a continual
dripping of water from the corner of her
apron. Oenerally speaking, however, the
Nixies may be described as the desceadauta
of the naiuils of ancient times, and as some
what resembling the Russian Rusnlkas, of
which the peasantry live in much dread
A RuKiiHQ peasant, it is said, is so afraid of
the water spirits that he will not bathe with
out a cross round his neck, nor ford a stream
on horseback without signing a crow on the
water with a scythe or knife. In some parts
mese water spirits are supposed to be the
transformed souls of Pharaoh and his host,
and the number is always being increased by
the souls of those who drown themselves.
Ail the Year Round.
What vou need is a medicine which ia
pure, efficient, reliable. Such in Hood'a
Sarsaparilla. It possesses neculiar cura
A movement Is on foot in Nicaruaea
to sever the relations between church and
For bcautv. for r.omtort. for imnrnvn-
ment of the complexion, ue only Poz
zoni's Powder; there is nothing eoual to
C. A. Stkkl, - - Manager.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
May 13, 14 and 15.
Jolly Voyagers !
Elegant Uniformed Brass Band
Ileaded by Fonr Strong Comedy Stars
ROSS SNOW. R. J. ERWOOD.
CARRIE LAMONT, GYPSIE WARDE,
supported by a fine company.
Entire change of progrmme nightly
Chucked full of Singing, Dancing SLd
Peop-eg' Prices 15. 25 and 3S cents.
tStook out for our Street Harad ih.
management of Harry A. Snow.
Saturday Evening, May l8tb.
Admission 35 Cents.
Good order maintained. Objectionable
characters strictly prohibited.
Street cars for Moline after dance.
Room and Picturk
Cord Nails & Hooks,
At the very Lowest
Call and 6ee.
Under Rock Island Bonse.
-in the three cities is-
Ice Cream made from par Crssm
and flavored with the popular
flavors. A trial of this cream
will connce all that It can
not be excelled.
Picnics, 8oclablea and Parties
of all kinds, furnished on
SECURED BY FIRST MORTGAGE
Always on hand for sale at 6
and 7 per cent to investor.
Interest CoUected without
Every effort made to handle
only choice investments.
Call or write for details.
Call attention this week to bargains mentioned below: L
Gloriaine, Sun and Rain Umbrellas, colors fast, gold and silver
handles, 26 inch,
New arrivals in Dress Goods just
placed on sale. Double fold Cashmere
10 cents per yard.
BEIGES New Summer fabrics of
plains, stripes, plaids and figured,
17 cents and 20 cents.
SH ALLIES Nc w assortment of
Shallies in plain and figured effects- -newest
BROADIIEADS New assortment
of Broadhead Dress goods.
More new Jersey jackets for street
wear all sizes in our celebrated
SILK UMBRELLAS Handsome as
sortment of silk, sun and rain umbrellas,
e the latest "swell," very elegant.
EMBROIDERIES Don't forget that
we are headquarters for fine embroider
ies. Examination will prove our state
Hock Island. Illinois.
A Mammoth Stock
LARGER THAN EVER:
and three times as large as any other establishment in
this city can be seen at the popular store of
CLEiVlANN & SALZMAUN.
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. Heirris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth St., under Commercial Hotel,
iy First claxo Int urance at lowest rates.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
The following are among the many bargains offered:
rtneof the best monev niakinc ivcinnrani.
boanline hourer in tbe citv near C, R. I. Jb P. de
pot, well located for any bind of bnaiueos.
An eleuant Dronertv on Tw-nt-thir.l .(root-
brick hou-e with all modern improvements ; corner
101 ; uam rooma, aewer. not ana cola water; Cheap.
A new houae. eight room), barn. trpii Atr lut
60x150; within five blocks of pos'ofSce; a great
A nice bonse. well located In a ennri neicrhlwir-
bood oa Twentieth street ; cbeap.
A nice two-story residence; fine corner lot 80x
ISO. One of tbe best neighborhoods on Fourth
A good corner property for Inveatment; 8Cxl50
feet, on Third avenue; cheap.
a very nice property, just untold or city limits
and city taxes: cheap, on eaay terms.
One of the beat 80 acre farms, with first alaaa
improvements in Bowling townsh'p; cheap.
161) acres : fine land, near iKxle city, Kant as, at
$5 50 per acre.
A wo. 1 corner property on Third avsnss st a
A nice new two story residence with large lot,
in good neighborhood, on Twenty-foarth St., cheap
A nice brick residence, with a 1 modera im
provements, large grounds, on Elm atieet, tot
sale cheap on easy term.
Two atorr dwelling, six rooms, good well, cis
tern and o liar, large barn, H acre or land, within
a few steps of M ilan street cars, at a bargain.
A neat brick bonse with a Urge lot for S,M0,
convenient to upicr depot and saw mills.
Large brick honae, well located, on Foarta
avenue, lot 60x!SO, for sale cheap.
To Cure Spring Fever
KOHN & ADLER'S,
BIT TT IE IKL SB!
$1.50 per Gallon.
: ; ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
POST OFFICE BLOCK.
BOOTS and SHOES
The Lamest Stock,
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 .
l-Call and .see us. ' -
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Avtnae.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE, PIONEER SHOE STORE.
2928 Fifth ATenu. 1712 Second Avenue.