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THE (SOCK ISLjOTD AKGTJ8i FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1889.
-FOR SALE BY
1617 Second avenn3,
We will make it pay you to buy your Paper of us now if you con
template using any during the coming year. The stock MUST BE
SOLD and by buying of us now you can get it at manufacturers'
(Remember tbe place,
KINGSBURY & SON,
1705 Secend Avenue.
VI NN EDGE'S-
Dry Goods Store
Corner Second and Brady Sts.
We have decided to go out of the Dry Goods business and to close
out our entire stoek of Dry Goods and Notions, NOT excepting any
thing in the store. This unexpected announcement is due to a change
in the business plans of tbe firm, and although it may oppear un
reasonable to do so after being here so short a time, still we feel justi
fied in making the change. We shall commence our sale on Wednes
day morning. We remain closed all day tomorrow to arrange our
store and mark goods over. Everything will be marked down leaving
the old marks on tbe tickets to show what reduction is made. We
want to close our stock out at once and if prices will do it the goods
ll go. As is well known our stock is all new and it will not be like
cbsing 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
there is no humbug about. We mean a great slaughter of new stock.
Every piece of goods in tbe store will suffer and you will only Lave to
come 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
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.
Hade 1n Hardwood, elegantly caived with treble
waua, unarcoai oiled and cine lined, every
part removable for
All metal shelves, alr-tieht locka. imoroved In
terior circulation of dry cold air and first class
These are the oaxv Refrigerators with Five
waua lor tne preservation or the ice.
They are the owlt Kefrlgerators having the
Lonara patent air-ugm kicks .
They are the owiv Refrigerators having the
Leonard patent solid iron shelves.
Ihey are the olt Refrlg -rators having the
Leonard patent arched center false bottom.
1 hey are the onlt Refrigerators having; the
iieonara patent movaoie nuea for cleaning.
They are the onlt Refrigerators having the
Leonard improved interior clrcolation of dry cold
They are the only" Refrigerators having the
Leohard patent Interior coastraction.
The have st od the teat for veara and are the
onlt Refrigerators which excel all others at every
A slight examination will convince von of their
great superiority. We challenge the world to
produce their equal at any price.
Rook Island, Ills.
VINNEDGE & CO.
HEIiD UP AND ROBBED.
Back 1IM Fot rids Cobs salt a
Bl4De4 la Davenport, Bat Are
A bold crime was committed in a lum
ber yard, in a part of Davenport known
a "Bud town," shortly before midnight,
and in which the robbers hailed from
this city. Henry. Reison, of Daven
port, had spent a larger portion of the
day with Zibe Gibson, Albert Eaton and
John But hnell, of this city, and towards
night the; enticed him up into "Buck
town," D3ld him up, robbed him, and
fled. Re son complained to the Daven
port police, and they soon arrested
Gibson tnd Eaton. Forty dollars in
gold, belonging to Reison, being found
in Gibson's coat and a silk handkerchief
the property of the robbed man dis
covered i i the possession of Eaton.
Tbe Rock Island police were notified
of the robbery, and Bushnell was ar
rested at his home on the bluff at an
early hoar this morning by Officer
Schaab, tnd turned over to tbe Daven
port authorities. .
Officer Brennan has had the misfortune
to again uprain his ankle and is confined
to bis house in consequence.
James Campbell yesterday was held in
bonds of $200 to keep the peace for four
months. Ilis offense was threatening and
mistreating his wife.
Marshal Miller yesterday arrested Mar
tin Renf.-o, who has been a fugitive
since bis indictment for the Oberg high
way robbery, last fall. He gave bail
and was released.
Before Magistrate Wivill yesterday,
William Tolliver, colored, charged Henry
Wilson, cf tbe same hue, with threaten-,
ing his li:'e. The 'squire heard the com
plaint an.l held Wilson in bonds of $100
to keep tie peace for six months and the
required security was furnished.
Jack Doyle, Jack Bradsbaw and Pat
Grady Wf re arrested by Officers Hetter
and Lone Wednesday night for creating
a disturbance at tbe firemen's dance at
Armory 1 all. Bradshaw and Doyle re
sisted arrest and the latter was fined f 25
and costs and sent to jail for five days,
while Bnidshaw's penalty was withheld
on promise of good behavior in the
future. Grady was fined $3 and costs.
Tbe work of improvement of the inter
ior of tU5 police headquarters is about
complete and Marshal Miller is deserv
ing of grtat credit for the good judgment
be has ecercised in designing improve
ments. The wood work is finished in
cherry, tte walls and ceilings nicely pa
pered, lookers put in for the officers'
clothes, new chairs provided and the desk
and safe varnished.
Marshal Miller's report shows that tbe
first mon'b under his administration was
one of thi best that has been made by
the Rock Island police for several years.
The report is: Horse stealing, 1; lar
ceny, 5; drunk and disorderly, 3; larceny
as bailie, 1; breach of peace? 1; disorder
ly conduct, 6; vagrancy, 2; drunk, 10;
obscene and abusive language, 3; assault
and batte-y, 6; keeping houses of illfame,
3; inmates house of illfame. 5; peddling
without license, 2; embezzlement 2;
peace warrant, 1; assault, 1; fugitive of
justice, 1. state cases, 16; city cases, 37;
jail bill, 5; amount of fines collected,
$93; amjunt of police fees, $16.05;
total, $1(9 05; number of tramps fur
nished lodging, 15.
Dedrieth Gluesing. of Moline, died this
morning it 8:45. He was one of the
best kno'vn citizens and business men of
that city. He was born in Kiebl, Ger
many, fifty-seven years ago last Monday
and came to America and to Moline in
1854. E'e was married in this city in
1855 to lira. Margaret First. He leaves
with his wife four children. He had
been for three years proprietor of the
Wagner c pera house saloon. The funeral
occurs Si nday with interment at River
Mrs. Ncde Wilhite, of Milan, died at
11:30 last night. She was twenty-three
years of nge and leaves a husband and
one child. Tbe funeral will occur to
morrow at 2 p. re.
Advrrtmrd List eft.Fttrrn So. .
List of letters uncalled for at the Poatofflce at
Rock Island. Buck Island county, Illinois,
Bardoff Ka 110m
Markley Jno W
Vtller Mix Annie
Noll Mrs Minnie
Palmer Mrs George
Beck Mies Klttie
Cameron B E
Conger Wa ter L
D apcr F li
Byland Mrs Win F
Johnson P Q
Lark In J at tea
Laven Tho nas
hendder Mrs 8 O.
Tonne H F
Lyman M J
Heleesen Miss Christians
OWe the numoer of the list when caJlina- for
advertised letters. A. HUEtJINU, P. M.
Hon catlona t Latter Writer.
The ostmaster general makes the
following suggestion to the public:
"Print your name and address on the
left hand corner of all mail matters.
This will insure its immediate return if
improperly addressed or insufficiently
paid, and if not called for at ita destinas
tion it ct n be forwarded without going
to the dead letter office."
The Rick Island base ball team was
pretty badly battered up at Monmouth
yesterday, losing the morning game by a
score of 21 to 7, and in the afternoon
suffering defeat to the tune of 12 to 0.
Daven port won the morning game at
Burlingt n yesterday by a score of 10 to
5. and lost in the afternoon 6 to 4,
Rbines pitched for Davenport in the
morning and Seering in the afternoon.
R. A. 3unn, M. D, dean and professor
ofsurgeiyof the United Stales medical
college, said: "I am willing to ac
knowled je and commend thus frankly
tbe valuo of Warner's Safe Cure." The
late Dr. Dio Lewis, writing to the pro
prietor if Warner's Safe Cure, said, over
his own signature: "If I found myself
the victi n of a serious kidney trouble, I
would ui e Warner's Safe Cure."
A ttreat Mhw.
Owing to the success that Rocky
Mounts! i Tom, the lone trapper, baa met
with, bi has decided to atay at his
present 1 cation, No. 1619 Second avenue,
between Sixteenth and Seventeenth
street, until June 1, with his wild west
meaager e of live wild birds and animals.
Admisah o 10 cents.
latereatlaa; Practical t surges tioa a m
t utreet Paving; The Advantage
aa a Pavement Improvement.
In considering the subject of street
pavements, as to the determination of
relative economies, Capt. D. Torrey, in
the Engineering 2feu of Feb. 22, 1889,
points out, with commendable fairness,
the following basis of calculation upon
which to determine the annual cost to
property holders of any pavement ;
First The annual interest on first cost,
the first cost of the pavement being con
sidered as a permanent investment.
Second Average annual expense for
maintenance and renewal of pavement tbe
proper manner of ascertaining the ex
pense being to divide the gross expendi
ture for repairs and renewals which are
made, from a time when tbe pavement is
new and perfect until such a time when,
by any treatment, it is again made in
equally good condition, by tbe number of
years in that period, the pavements com
pared having been, of course, maintained
in equally good condition.
Third The annual cost for sprinkling
Fourth The annual cost of service and
use, which "is made up by combining sev
eral items of cost incidental to the use of
streets for traffic." For instance, such as
the limitations of the speed of movement,
as in case when, a bad pavement causes
slow driving and tbe consequent loss of
time; or cases when the condition of a
pavement limits tbe weight of the load
which a team can haul and so com pelt
the making of more trips or the use of
more teams, or cases when it causes
greater wear and tear of vehicles, or
equipage and horses.
Fifth Annual cost of consequential
damages, including among others, dam
ages arising from the use of defective or
unsuitable pavements, by reason of the
noise produced by its roughness, the dif
ficulties which prevent its being kept free
from dust and mud, one or the other be
ing almost a necessity on all kinds of
block pavement, and also tbe damages
arising from neglected sanitary condition.
THE CLASS OF "89.
Those Who Will Graduate From the
Rork laland High School 'om
meneement. The graduating class of the Rock Isl
and high school of each year is always
looked upon with much interest and pride
by the patrons and friends of our public
school system, not only because those
composing it have honored themselves in
having successively and successfully mas
tered all tbe various studies included in
tbe common school course, but because
they enter now upon new duties, turning
away from school days in a certain sense
of the word and entering upon the more
serious things of life.
Principal Hatch, of the Rock Island
high school, has made out tbe names of
those who have passed the examinations
entitling them to certificates of gradua
tion this year and they will compose tbe
class of '89.
Here they are:
Latin Course Charlotte F Kenworthy,
Annie T Bromley.
German Katharine Gest, Nellie E
Burch, Dora Hartz, Edith L Lessley,
Minnie Brindle, John E Scott. Grace M
Sturgeon, John V Dauber, Lizzie Con
ner, Zadie Heitahrend.
English Francis K Oswald, Jennie
Dickman, Mary E Wood, Jennie L Wil
cox, Katharine Kough, Margaret J Mc
Farlane, James W Cook.
Tbe annual commencement exercises
will be held at Harper's theatre one week
from tonight. Tbe address will be de
livered by W. H. Ray, principal of the
Hyde Park high school.
The ninth grade exercises will be held
at Harper's theatre next Wednesday af
ternoon. All floral offerings should be
left at the opera House Wednesday morn
ing. Interesting Political Anniversary.
Wednesday, May 22, the 103 members
of the 34th general assembly who made
the famous struggle which resulted in the
election of General John A. Logan to the
United States senate May 19th, 1885, held
their annual reunion at Springfield.
Among those present from this vicinity
were, Hon. H. A. Amsworth, of Moline,
Hon. H. C. Cleveland, of Rock Island,
Hon. A. W. Boyden. of Sheffield, and
Hon. Thos. Nowers, of Atkinson. The
struggle in which they took part is one
of the most memorablo of the political
events of tne country. Geneseo Repub
lic. Left tlie Young Widow IMsconsolttte.
San Francisco, May 31. William Morti
mer Harrison, 28 year of age, said to be a
third cousin to President Harrison, and who
is employed on the United States fi.sh com
mission steamer AUuitrogs, a few weeks ago
became acquainted with Mrs Jennie David,
a young widow of this city. He proposed
mat Tinge to ber and it was decided that tbe
wedding should take place on the 13th of tbe
present month. He failed to appear at that
time, and it is now ascertained that be sailed
away on the Albatross on the 14tuinst The
young widow is very disconsolate over the
affair, and declares that ber intended bus
band was "shanghaied" on board the vessel
by bis friends, who she says are her enemies.
The Thoroughbred Record.
New York, Muy 31. At the Oravesend
course yesterduy the racos were wou as fol
lows: Hanover. mile, 0:4ijtf ; Belinda, i
miles, l:6Vi; Tadi-shah, i mile, 1:111; Tenny,
IX miles, 1:M; Urbauu, mile, 1:03; King
Idle, 1 mile, l:4o; Stouington, mile,
1:15; Mamie B., mile, no time given.
Chicago, May 31. Palisade won tha
mile race at the West Side park yesterday in
l.-OSJi, J. B. Clay the 1 1-16 miles In 1:MX,
Big Three the 1 mile, 70 yards in 1 :58?,
Spectator the mile in 1 :S, and Hamlet
the mile in 1 track heavy.
Latokia, May 31. Tbe 1 rurlongs race
at the course here yesterday was won by
Kedar Kahn in 1 :45, tbe 1 mile 70 yards by
Jewel Ban in 1:57, tbe 1 mile by March ma in
1:503, the mile by Zulu in 1:3: and tbe
mile by KUen Douglass in 1:01; track
Nxw York, May 31. Jerome park races
opened yesterday. The races were won as
follows: Ballston, 4, 400 yards, 1:24; Dru ideas,
X nille, 0AV)4 Firenzi, 1 1-10 miles, walk
over; Euros, 1 8-18 miles, 2:00; Diablo, 1
mile, 1:45; Anrelia, 1J$ miles. 1:68; Mir
acle, mile, 1:18; King Crab, 1 mile, 1 :44.
The verdict in the Wainwright-Cox ap
ple case was for the plaintiff.
Court is getting in readiness to adjourn
next wee k.
Fourteen dry lots on four years time,
with six percent per annum, to any one
wishing to build this summer.
E. & Parmenter, attorney at law.
Makes collections, loans money and will
attend to any legal business intrusted to
him. Office, poatofflce block, Rock Isl
and, Ilia. dsctwly
Spring chickens at May's.
Fresh dressed chickens at May's.
Mr. John OTCeil, of Cable, waa in the
Wm. Killing, of Coal Valley, was in
the city today.
Choice turkeys and chickens, at C. C.
Mrs. Gen. Rodman, of Chicago, is at
the Harper house .
Spring chickens, dressed to order, at
C. C. Truesdale'a.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh W. Ralston have
a sweet little daughter.
$5 for a $9.50 suit at the M. & K.
none after tomorrow.
Another large consignment of straw
berries, at C. C. Truesdale's.
Tomorrow is the last day of the $5
child's suit sale at the M. & K.
Ladies' Oxfords 50 cents a pair at M.
& K. None after 10 a. m., tomorrow.
Ladies' toe-slippers, 50 coats a pair,
until 10 a. m. tomorrow, at the M. & K.
0 cents a pair from 7 to 10 a. m. ton
morrow ladies' kid shoes at the M. & K.
Wanted A competent girl for general
housework. Mrs. Mylo Lee, 2810 Fifth
Mrs. J. F. Bell, of Carbondale, is
visiting her parents, Capt. and Mrs. T.
From 7 to 10 a- m. tomorrow, ladies'
kid tippednd plain toe shoes 50 cents a
pair at the M. & K.
Ex-Mayor Thomas Murdock leaves for
Kansas City tomorrow night, and will be
gone several weeks.
Mr. M. Parr, late of Oilman, 111., oc
cupies a position in tbe shoe department
at Mosenf elder & Kohn's.
Tomorrow, only $9. 50, f 8.50. $7.50
and $6.50 kneepants suits, at a uniforn
price of $5, at the M. & K.
Hon. and Mrs. E. W. Hurst reached
home from Springfield this morning, the
legislature having adjourned.
Work has been commenced upou Mr.
Henry Schill's new house on Nineteenth
street. Rudolph Koch is the contractor.
W. S. Glover, of Beardstewn, chief
train dispatcher of the Rock Island and
St. Louis division of the C, B. & Q road,
is in the city.
The Union doesn't want a paid fire de
partment. It will be remembered that
the Lnion did not want the bridge street
car line, either.
Carl Winter, the former editor of the
YlkZeilung, was indicted at Danville
His week for publishing the Louisiana
state lottery "add."
Mr. R. C. Lloyd has gone to Garry
Owen, Iowa, to attend to some stone
work on a church contract of Larkin &
Stephens at that place.
The Fashion saloon will open with a
big lunch Saturday, June 1. Koch's old
stand Twentieth street Everybody cor
dially invited. John L. Stasierson.
Call and get a copy of that new family
paper "The Weekly Budget," first two
numbers free. Delivered by Crampton
with the Daily 2feui for ten cents a week.
Wanted. Experienced plow grinder,
and polisher. Steady employment to
good man. State salary wanted. Ayer
American Plow Co., Ayer, Ont., Canada.
Fred Lloyd is the latest to adopt the
bicycle mode of traveling. It is estimat
ed that there are in the neighborhood of
two dozen two-wheeled steeds in the
Six per cent loans by the Rock Island
Building, Loan and Savings association,
Tuesday evening, June 4th, 1889. Pre
miums from eighteen to twenty per cent.
E. H. Guyer, Secretary.
Supt. Harris had a force of men mak
ing some needed improvements on
Seyenteenth street between Seventh and
Eighth avenues today, and also on
Seventh avenue in the same vicinity.
Lost On the train n o the C, B. & Q.
road going to Moline yesterday afternoon
by a working girl, a pocket book contain"
ins $10. Finder will return to this of
The Y. W. C. T. U. will hold its regu
lar monthly meeting tomorrow afternoon
at 3 o'clock in the Y. M. C. A. rooms.
Every member is requested to be present
as business of importance is to be tran
sacted. A freight engine jumped the track at
an open switch in the west part of Dav
enport early this morning and ploughed
around in a street for some time, the
derailment delaying all trains several
Leave an order at Crampton's for one
of the Chicago daily papers. Tribune,
Timet and Inter -Ocean 15 cents a week;
Herald 12 cents; Daily Newt 6 cents, with
"Weekly Budget" 10 cents, delivered
promptly to any part of the city.
Mr. W. A. Biklen, of Burlington,
agent for the Burlington Pretzel corns
pany, is in the city supplying the local
trade which be will reach through the
medium of the grocers. Ask your grocer
for the best pretzel in the market.
When the Union's attitude toward all
progressive movements is considered, it
is not surprising that it should oppose a
paid fire department. It will always be
found pulling tbe opposite way from
popular sentiment; it is the nature of the
According to the new time card which
goes into effect on the C, B. & Q. Sun
day, the day train from St. Louis will ar
rive at 8 35 p. m. instead of 9:15, and the
night train will leave at 8:05 instead of
ISO. The Savanna tram will leave at
7 instead of 7:30 p. m.
Messrs. C. F. Lynde, F. J. Kinney,
Walter Freeman, John Gait, G. B. Pleas
ants, W. G. Whitehead and I. S. White,
of this city, accompanied the Josephine
excursion to Burlington yesterday to see
the ball game between the 'Davenports
and Burlingtons. The Daven ports are as
much favorites in Rock Island as in Dav
port, and why should they not be, since
Rock Island bas not a professional team
of its own?
V. 8. 8mw al Orricc, .1
TtAVniWkrt Im, If aw ft1 t
For the next 24 hours for Illinois, fair
in western portion, rising temperature
with probability of frost Saturday morn
ing, followed by dry and warmer weather
ana local snowersoaturaay.- .
Big. Service Corps, Davenport
WORKING A HOG.
Two Men and a Box P"- Up
a Job and
" Skinned the Town."
When I entered the village, situated among
the hills of New York, at 10 o'clock tat tha
morning all waa peaceful and serene, and tha
pocket of ever man who walked tha streets
had chink in it When I left at 4 p. m. an
excited mob had possession of the main
street, and every other man waa dead broke.
About noon a man arrived from tha north
in a buggy. He said ha waa a drover, and
looking for bogs. He bought half a dozen be
fore be ate dinner, and it was astonishing how
closely he guessed at their live weight. Ha
was within two pounds on four of them, and
only half a pound more on the others. These
had been an attraction for a crowd of idlers,
and the general verdict waa that the drover
was as sharp as a barber's razor. Soon after
dinner a farmer looking boy drove a hog into
town, and staked him out in front of the tav
ern. As he wanted to sell and tbe drover
wanted to buy, they soon came together.
"Might take him on a pinch, but he's only
a nubbins," said tbe drover as be sized the
"Nubbins! Why, that pig goes over SOO
pounds 1" exclaimed the owner.
"Cant stufT. me, boy. I've been In the
business twenty years."
"No one wants to stuff. That 'ere hog goes
"He does, eht Wish your father had come
in. I'd like to make a bet with him. Boy,
you ought to have better Judgment. That
hog won't pull down 180."
"Guess you are ofT, too," remarked a
stranger who had quietly driven up in a
buggy. "I've raised hogs all my life, and
that boy balnt five pounds out of his guess."'
"Aint her Raised hogs, have youf Ever
raise any money f"
"Perhaps you'd like to bet on that hogP
"Have you got $30 as says he goes 200r
"1 have fifty a hundred 1"
"Then let's chalk. Anybody can blow."
It was a chance to make a dollar, and the
citizens improved It The man in tbe buggy
was an accommodating chap, and somehow
or other the farmer boy managed to fish up
about $100 from the hind pocket of his over
alls. Tbe citizens stuck by the drover, hav
ing aDunaant proofs or bis Judgment, and
when every man in that town who had a
loose dollar or could borrow one had made
his bet tbe hog was driven to tbe scales and
"Gentlemen" said tbe drover lust before
tho weighing, "I was never deceived in my
Tlrs hog wont go to 190 pounds."
-'1 11 take even bets that be goes over 900."
replied tbe man in tbe buggy.
This bluff raked out the last nickel in the
crowd, and tbe hog was driven ooon tbe
scales. Tbe record was 211 pounds. He was
weignea and re weighed, but the figures stood.
"Well, it's my first error in a hor said
the drover, and all beta were At once handed
over. The farmer boy slipped out, tbe two
men drove off in tbe buggy, and half an hour
bad elapsed before a church deacon, who had
laid his ten with the drover and lost, suddenly
delared that it was a put up job to skin the
"Durn my buttons If it haint!" yelled 200
men In chorus, but it was too late, Tbe town
bad been skinned, and the trio had escaped.
All tbe mob could do was to turn loose and
wreck an old vinegar factory and pass a reso
lution to the effect that liberty was a sham
and a delusion. New York Bun.
Sunday and Monday,
June 8. 9 and 10.
Game called st 8:30 p. m.
Room and Picture
Cord Nails & Hooks,
At the very Lowest
Call and see.
Under Bock Island Boose.
in the three cities is
Ice Cream made from pare Cream
and flavored with the popular
flavors. A trial of this cream
will eonvice all that it can
not be excelled.
Picnics. Sociables and Parties
of all kinds, f nrnlsbed 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.
lwa izzx c mesa
j"!i."T i-vr"nT s.
We may have a few more cool days but all signs indicate
warmer weather.. At any rate it pays to he
ready for sullry days.
propose to help keep you cool.
A Good Summer Corset,
A. new asssortment of light weight Jer
seys win De onered Monday morn
ing at popular prices and
extra values at
51.35 to $1.95.
Ginghams, Satins, Seersuckers' Embroideries, White Goods.
Hock Island. Illinois.
A Mammoth Stock
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aBaaaBtata a.'jaglsrtslmi -
II si. t
IARGER THAN EVER:
and three times as large as any other establishment in
this city can be seen at the popular store of
OLEMANN & 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.
Real Estate and Insurance,
239 Seventeenth St, under Commercial
l r irst class Inearaoca st lowest rates.
neurones st lowest rates.
The following are anions
P. with all modern imnmv.
A nice residence, with all modern improve
ments, large grounds, on Elm street ; cheap on
A two story bouse sud lot, convenient to the
apper saw mills, deoot and round hnn-ti
finely located In Dodge's addition oa the bluff.
$700 will buy a (rood house, five rooms, with lot,
convenient to lower factories.
A nlee dwelling with one half acre of land near
the Milan street cars.
s good business location, a good house and large
$2,50 PER GALLON,
KOHN & ADLER'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK.
BOOTS and SHOES
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 .
tStlall and see us.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Avenue.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE.
2929 Fifth ATenuw. .
Lawn Tennis Suitings,
10 cents per yard.
Smooth finished and very sightly
goods in checks and stripes.
Z cents per yard.
More of our double foid Cashmeres
10 cents per yard.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
the many bargains offered
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One of the finest lota on Twntv third itntt In
the beet neighborhood, high and dry.
A number of desirable properties on the bluff.
A nice residence property at the upper end at
$1,000 will buy a house snd fine corner lot in
the upper part of the city on reasonable terms.
Borne fine lota in Dodge's addition.
f 1,000 will buy a neat bouse on Twentieth St.
Will give $10 rate to Northern Iowa and South
ern Minnesota and return to partiea wishing to
buy No. 1 land for a home or Investment; for
prices of land, terms and date of ezcursiona,
at my otdce.
Will exchange some good Western land for
comfortable residence In this citr.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
PIONEER 8HOS STORE.
1719 Second Avenue.
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