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THE HOCK IST.AOT ARGTXS
MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1889.
inkriirt stock, will be closed ut this
.L Uool were defied h
and lid not arrive in time for the
Coiug .ale. will be out and ready
Forty-six pieces fringed edge watered
...lies all the latest and choice colore 8
Xf'wide at 50c a yard. Original
nrire 1 00. "d at our Preat ribbon
were reduced to 82c. Now while this
lot lts they will go at 50c; very etylish.
mill left. 4 cartons (48 pieces) or those
fancy silk ribbons No. 18. which will be
continued at 11c per yard.
All the No. 9, li and 18 black gross
grain rihhons with satin edges, still 11c a
vhnl. The fancy stripe and checked
iili-si'a did not arrive with the other
enoiK and we shall close them at 6Jc a
Sard, worth 16c to 18n. The balance of
the printed India silks reduced to 29c.
Renv-niner the Chicago price on these
AH the balance of the striped fancy
ninth go down this week to 48c, selling
is Chicago at 85c.
Those silk eloves that were delayed among the other goods by the railroads are
to he closed at 25c a pair; 62c or 75c would not be too much but we decided to put
ibem cut at 25c, and they will go at 25c. Any customer may buy 8 or 4 pairs but
none will be sold at wholesale none. First comers will get best bargains.
1714. 1716. 1718. 1720 and 1722 Second Avenue. Rock Island.
We will make it pay you to buy your Paper of us now if you con
template using any during the coming year. The stoek MUST BE
SOLD and by buying of us now you can get it at manufacturers'
("Remember the place,
KINGSBURY & SON,
1705 Second Avenue.
F. C. Hoppe,
No. 1808 Second Ave,,
Hock Island, 111.
Mew Eim Stree Grocery
GEO. E. BROWNER,
(Successor th Danquard & Browner)
FLO XT Ft AND FEED
Family Groceries and Provisions,
He solicit a share of the trade and will make prices as low
as the lowest Telephone connections.
GIVE THE NEW STORE A TRIAL.
A. F. SCHBZID,
The Pioneer Lightning man of this city, wishes to inform the public that
he is prepared to erect
and gives a Lightning Insurance Policy with every job performed.
tyAny job, no matter how complicated, done in the most scientific manner.
Square dealing to one and all is our mofto.
821 Twentieth st., Rock Island. Correspondence solicited.
SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
Contractors and Builders,;
All kinds of Carpenter work done. General Jobbing done on short
notice and satisfaction guaranteed.
Office and shop 1412 Fourth ave., ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
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.
Children's Jersey Ribbed Vesta earl this
week at 6c each.
Mexican Sea Grass
75 cents each.
The great Hercules Hammocks 93c,
Ladies' Ferncllff and Can M Bni
misses' fancy braid Sybil hats all go at
7c. These astonishers may not last but
uay or so; remarket be price. 7c. We
repeat it, that there may be no misundeis
standing about it. No chance to quibble.
The price is 7c each for ladies' Ferncliff
and Cape May and for misses' fancy braid
Our price on the Sybil until this lot has
been 42c all season. The milliners will
ask you 75c to $1 for exactly the same
goods and our price is only 7c (make a
note of this.)
Another lot of those children's sailor
hats all trimmed and ready for wear 12c
earh (colors ecru and browns only) .
New lot of tennis flannels 8Jc a yard
while they last.
THE NOBLE ENDEAVOB.
Local Funds Swelling for Johns
ttabseriptieaa laereaic Every -v
here What the Chmreb.es Itd A
Hall Hm for the Csaie.
The fund for the benefit of the un
fot tunate people of the Johnstown ca
Utility continues to swell. The follows
ins additional contributions have been
made to the subscriptions at the banks,
hoi els, Argus office, 'etc., since Sstur
Dr W A Paul 5 00 Thos Campbell.... 1 00
W 11 Burdett...., 1 00 C P Lyman 100
Ir Boefle 8 00 K K Parmen'er.... 50
Mr AL Morrli.. 5 00 Col T G Baylor.... 10 00
F G Young b sale 84 00 Union Print Co.... 6 00
HO Connelly 5 00 Henry i urtla 6 00
In many of the city churches yesterday
coiitributions were taken up for the local
fucd, though Trinity and ihe First
Baptist postponed their offerings nntil
nevt Sunday. The Broadway congrega
tion contributed 35.10; the First M. E.
$31) and the Ceutral Presbyterian $7, the
Sunday school of the same church appro
printing $10 for the worthy purpose.
Ir. Paul's collections so far amount
to $603 in cash, while there are a great
ma ly pledges that he has not yet heard
fro n, but is anxious that all who have
put their names down and have not
alrt ady contributed, will report to him or
at one of the banks as soon as possible.
Messrs. Negus and Burrall of the Third
ward canvassing committee, made the
following report to Treasurer Paul Satur
BDtvenporl, barrel of Chas Haberlah.... 5 00
pork. T t Silvia 6 00
A I urrall 6 00 C W Negus 5 00
C C Taylor Daviil Don Sin
Thiissen 8 Nisson 2 00 Beanlxley & Burgh 5 00
K Bnncher 1 00 (ieo Wagner 3 00
Schufer 1 00 Mrs Gallagher S5
M R K-lehart 1 00 Sutcliffe Bros 1 to
THEllia 2 00 A V Burrall 10 00
M x Briirtra 1 00 M re M M Hriirira . . . 2 Oil
Mian B SOlsoo... 1 00 U'O Martin to
Fre.l UroH 1 00 Jos. Origer
A. 1(. Boviea 1 (10 L'arse & Co 2 00
TF Burke SO J J Albirg 50
Mai Fisliwtld.... 5J J K Miller 100
Lou 8 Richards... Paul Rettsch
UC Pfoh 1 00 C H Hitter 1 IX i
S S ilull 50 W C Corcoran 1 (10
P McDongal 1 00 Ed Terry 1 00
Ben Lamont 1 00 Chaa Turner 50
W 6 Knowlton.... 2 CO J Crnbaugh 5 00
I:ev. R. F. Sweet and Mr. C. L. Walk
er, 'be Fourth ward canvassers, increased
the r subscriptions to $216.85 this morn
ing. the additional subscribers to those
5 00 Oliver OWn
S 0i Dr S C Plammer. .
1 00 Mrs P Greenawalt.
1 00 Ed Lieberknecbt..
60 W B Myers
5 (10 L S McCabe
1 00 Cach
1 C'J A M Downie
1 00 A Boro
5 00 DrW TMagill....
1 00 Oah
2 00 9 K Bailey
5 00 1 8 White
1 110 RH Dart
50 J W Welch
1 00 Ira Kerr
2 0) A D Walker
50 C K Blakely
1 00 E F Turner
1 01 Oo Schneider, Jr.
50 Howe Park
50 M Goldberg
25 S Weckel
1 00 Wall Jt 111 ..
1 00 Rabe. Hrth's A L's
50 C U Stoddard
K D Sweeney ...
C L Walker
Kre 1 Math
K V. Hurst
E E Lawyer
M J Hill
C J Jart
A L Dart
A D Welch
J W Stewart
H V ihkntan
C C rruendale....
Lloj d fc Stewart. .
H Truman A Son.
W If oh
Ii the Fifth ward, the canvassers,
Meisrs. Frank Nadler, B. F. Knox and
Ed. Murrin, have made the following re
T H Dolly
Mrs Geo Heorath
A S lerman. ......
F O Robblns
We S Gansert..
Ant a Olson
C E Evans
P B -eeker
J F Ohlweiler....
L Rinue Jr
J S Tbeus
H S itawecke
W II Hill
Geo E Bartb
Harts & HSunsen
U Si uroeder
6 CO John Greehy
50 Joseph Mills.
1 00 Rnbt Knscbman...
50 Treft A Co
1 00 A H McCandless...
3 00 Geo Schneider, Sr.
1 00 t'sb
25 John Huntoon Jr..
50 W H Uxtch
50 Adam Klotz
1 00 M CavanauKB
2 00 J A Montgomery,..
50 C H Frank
60 J-rob Ohlweiler...
50 C Wulf
25 Henry Hericksen..
10 t'has Surr
25 V Beck
1 00 Mrs Jos Pearson...
10 00 B F Knox
50 t'has Hanxgen
1 00 Geo Scherer
25 C Schneider
1 (Ml B Birkenfeld
50 Wm Huhers
2 00 H C Whitridge....
50 3 T Nofteter
A BENEFIT GAME.
The Harper and Rock Island house
nines will play a match game of ball at
the Rock Island park Thursday after
noon, the proceeds to go to the fund.
Blu3r8 band has generously donated
muiic for that occasion.
One Obedient Bell Boy.
1 here is at least one hotel bell boy in
thif country who knows his duty and
how to conform to them. The Des
Mo nes Leader says that a couple of
traveling men stopped at a popular Des
Moines hotel last week, and by war of
saving their breath and the bell boy's
steps, informed the clerk that whenever
the bell rang it would mean a quart bot
tle of beer. They were served accord
ing to instructions, and in due time set
tled their bill and left, the room being
immediately assigned to a 'lady traveler
of conventional habits and strong tem
perance proclivities. Shortly after her
arr val she had occasion to ring her bell,
and the summons was promptly respond
ed to by a boy, famous for strict ad -herance
to the letter of an order rather
thaa common sense, bearing aloft the
customary quart bottle. The lady,
son ie what surprised, said she did not
wa it beer. "It makes no difference,"
qucth the boy firmly. "Whenever 70
rinjjs it means a quart bottle of beer.
Them's my orders, and here it is," and
delimiting the bottle on the table he de
parted, leaving the horrified woman to
poi der upon the depravity of a hotel
whore it was evidently the custom to
forie intoxicating beverages upon 1U
gut its, without regard to personal ins
Hekssl HatlsUas CondeaueC
On Saturday Messrs. J. D. Taylor, W.
A. Uuthrie. S. J. Collins and C J. Lar
kin made ft tour of inspection of the pub
lic school buildings at the solicitation of
the board of education, and upon expert
ezi mination condemned No. 5 In Green
bui b as unsafe. The board of education
will order a larger building erected in its
XT. 8.' 8ISWAI. Orrics. 1
Davenport,Iow&, Jon 10.
1'or the next 24 hours for Illinois, fair,
sta ionary temperature. For Iowa, fair;
The Lutherans of North America
Aliics4 Important (Seaalea to be
Held la RetL Island-The Minis
tenant la Beeret Connell iradaatea
and AnalKnmenta uhnrrh. medica
The Evangelical Swedish Lutheran
Synod will meet at Augustan a College
chapel tomorrow morning. About one
half of the delegates have arrived. This
body numbers 300 ministers, represent
ing 600 churches, with a membership of
The ministerium began the examina
tion of candidates for the ministery last
Friday, continued session Saturday and
are in session today. The meeting is
conducted with closed doors, only mem'
bers and the candidates are admitted
The class is the largest in the historv of
the Synod. The examination has been
a strict one, and all who are admitted to
the ministery will have the satisfaction
of knowing that they passed an examU
nation conducted by the hribtast lights
of the church.
The following candidates are gradu
ates from the college, each of whom
have preached on trial during vacation,
and have received calls from the places
which follow their respective names:
John Alfred Broden accepted a call
from the Swedish Lutheran congregas
tion at Negaunee, Mich.; John Alfred
Carlstrom will go to St. Cloud, Minn.;
John Alfred Eckstrom, Lincoln, Ne
braska. Carl Johaa Edam has accepted
a call from Platte county. Neb. Karl
John Erkander, Osceola, Mich.; Andrew
P. Fors. Wahoo, Neb.; Goran E. Fors
berg, North Grosvenor, Dale Conn.; Nels
Gibson, Cambridge, 111; Lars W. Gull
strom, Ironwood, Mich.; Andrew M. L.
Herenius, Kingsburg, Cal; Carl A. Hult
krans, Geneseo, 111.; Jonas August
Johnson, Holmes City. Minn ; Peter M.
Linberg, Menominee, Mich.; Ola A. Nel
son, Princeton, III., Erick J. Nystrom.
Ottumwa, Iowa;Swen Pearson, Hamilton
county, Iewa; S. E. Rysberg, Green
burg. Pa.: J. Ryden. Red Oak, la.;
P. A. Wennell, Swedenburg, Minn. Er
nest A. Zetterstrand has accepted a call
from Creston, Iowa.
We note the names of the following
who have applied to this synod from oth
ers located in America and Sweden: P.
A. Malm, lately from Sweden; Axel
B. Lilja, emigrant missionary Castle Gar
den, N. Y ; Rev. Prof. E. F. Bartholo
mew, of Augustana college; Rev. C. E.
Jessup, of Chicago; Rev. A. A. Magun
son, Buffalo. N. Y.
The dedication of the Swedish Evan
gelical Lutheran church, Moline, was at
tended by the full capacity of the church
3,000. The exercises were opened
with prayer by Prof. M. Wahlstrom.
The dedication sermons were delivered by
Prof. P. J. Sward in Swedish, and Prof.
R. F. Weidner in English; the singing
was divided between congregational and
choir, each having appropriate parts in
the musical programme. The dedication
hymn was composed by Prof. Stolpe for
the occasion and sang by the choir with
organ and brass instrument accompani
ments. This congregation was organized Janu
ary 11, 1853. and a small church build
ing dedicated in 1857. Ten years ago the
old building was removed and the present
beautiful and capacious structure begun.
As the members are with few exceptions,
laborers and mechanics; it speaks well
for the liberality and religious earnest-,
ness of the Swedish population of Mo
line. Children' Monday.
Yesterday was children's day in a num
ber of the protestant churches of the
city, and in each case the collections were
for some special purpose.
At the Ninth Street M. E. church there
was interesting exercises in the afternoon
including recitations by Miss Blanche
Bromley, Lena Yeager, Grace Bromley,
Mena Alters, Lula Bennett, AnnaMcBride
and an address by Rev. Que. ' 'Sowing
and Reaping" was the title of a piece in
which characters were assigned as fol
lows: American, Flattie Hampton; Amer
ican Indian, Ida Hillier; China, Eva
Ecknart; Japan, Nettie Brockman; India,
Jennie Guthrie. Reapers: Lotta Martin,
Grace Bromley, Ella Ulemeyer, Delia
Cook, Eva Lugenbell, Etta Barnes, Bertha
At the Central Presbyterian church the
morning service was given to the little
people, the church being handsomely
decorated. Addresses were made by
Messrs. Leonard, Hatch and J. M. Bu
ford. The Broadway church was prettily
decorated with flowers, and the exercises
in which the children participated were
very interesting. Rev. Mr. Marquis
gaye a little talk, and Bhowed great in
genuity and art in developing an illus
tration of his thoughts -by a crayon
sketched bouquet of flowers and fruit on a
blackboard, in which he revealed the
words "Jesus," "Love" and Life."
At the First M. E. church the chil
dren's service occupied the morning.
There were recitations, songs and
dialogues and pretty music. Rev. Gue
delivered an address.
At the First Baptist church the exer
cises were very interesting. Addresses
were made by Rev. H. C. Leland and
Supt. J. W. Welch.
We offer one hundred dollars reward
for any case of catarrh that cannot be
cured by taking Hall's catarrh cure.
F. J. Chkhkt & Co., Props.,
We, the undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for the last fifteen years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially able
to carry out any obligation made by their
West & Tkttaz, Wholesale druggists,
Waldujo, Eotbar & Mabvct, Wholesale
druggists, Toledo, O.
E. H. Yah Hozskk, Cashier, Toledo Na
tional bank, Toledo, O.
- Ball's catarrh cure is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mucus
surfaces of the system. Price 75 cents
per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Read Mclntire Bros, adv.
New shallies at Mclntire Bros'.
"Divorce" at the theatre tonight
Seasonable read Mclntire Bros, adv
- Chas. Wheaton, of Albany, was in the
city this morning.
Lawn tennis suitings 10 cents ft yard
at Mclntire Bros'.
W. H. Whiteside has been appointed
postmaster at Joslin.
The great comedy Divorce' tonight,
10, 20 and 30 cents.
In Cedar Rapids tricicles are very
popular among the ladies. .
Quincy claims its new directory will
show a'population of 46,000.
15 cents Double fold cashmeres 10
cents a yard at Mclntire Bros.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar R&mser, of Cable,
spent Sunday in the city.
Closing of the Wetherell bankrupt
stock this week at McCabe Bros.
27 dozen children's ribbed Jersey vests
6 cents each at McCabe Bros.
Florence Hamilton company tonight at
Harper's theatre; 10, 20 and 30 cents.
Five shoemakers wanted. Enquire at
No. 1606 Third avenue, J. N. Lamp.
Fancy Silesias 6 cents a yard at
McCabe Bros'.; worth 16 to 18 cents.
Grand dedicatory concert at Augus
tana college next Wednesday evening
The receipts in full of the commence1
ment exercises Friday night were $52. 48.
Dr. Carl Bernhardi has been appointed
medical examiner in the pension service.
Grand base ball game tonight in "Di
vorce" at Harper's theatre; 10, 20 and 30
Satins See the handsome assortment
at Mclntire Bros', in new designs and
Mr. O. F. Potter, editor and proprie
tor of the Freeport Bulletin, spent yesters
day in the city.
The last of the striped surahs from the
Wetherell stock reduced to 46 cents this
week at McCabe Bros.
Rev. A. B. Meldrum, of the Central
Presbyterian church, is confined to his
bed with illness.
Miss Florence Hamilton, praised by
press and public. Tonight's first ap
pearance in Rock Island.
Miss Florence Hamilton has invited
the Quincy ball club to attend the
theatre to-night in a body.
The cornice and window casings of
the Rock Island house are being painted,
S. B. Hendren doing the job.
There will be a grand concert at Au
gustana college at 8 p.m. Wednesday,
June 12th. Admission, 50 cents.
The concert at thj Christian chapel
next Thursday evening promises to be
the musical event of the season.
The last of the printed India silks from
the Wetherell stock reduced to 29 cents
a yard this week at McCabe Bros.
County Clerk Donaldson has received
a handsomely and conveniently arranged
cabinet for the preservation of blanks.
Ladies' Fern Cliff and Cape May shade
hats and misses' fancy straw Sybil hats,
all at 7 cents if they last, all this week at
The Central church and Christian
chapel united in their service last even
ing, Rev. Geo. E. Piatt preaching an able
Dr. G. E. Bibcock had an unpleasant
experience with a fractious horse in Dav
enport last evening, but finally came out
master of the situation.
Louis Eohn and wife left for Chicago
last night to attend the Morenfelder-Bauer
wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Alphons Mos
enfelder go to night.
Come to the Trinity auxiliary supper
from 6 to 8 o'clock tonight. Ice cream
and strawberries through the evening at
Mrs. Geo. H. Parson's residence.
The last of the Wetherell bankrupt
stock will be on sale and probably most
ly closed out this week, at McCabe
Bros'. Best bargains go first.
At Trinity church, services tomorrow
Whitsun Tuesday at 9 o'clock a. m
On Thursday evening at 8 o'clock Bishop
Burgess will be at Trinity church for
Those delayed sash ribbons from the
Wetherell bankrupt stock, now on sale
at McCabe Bros'. eight inches wide and
choicest styles, 50 cents, were 82 cents
The rain of Saturday night interfered
with the carrying out of the gymnastic
and calisthenic exercises of the Turner
society at Huber's garden, but it is hoped
to carry out the programme later in the
MissC. M. Briggs, the efficient assists
ant principal of the High school, leaves
tomorrow night for the Pacific coast, and
will spend the entire summer in the far
west and southwest, returning home in
September by way of Washington terri
tory and Manitoba.
Mrs. Georgianna Bixby. chief operator
in the central telephone exchange, has
removed from her rooms in Star block,
which she has occupied for five years,
to one of the houses in Weyerhauser &
Denkman's row on Third avenue, oppo
site Court House square.
At Racine last Wednesday occurred
the marriage of Mr. Ed Bush, the former
baggageman on the Racine and South
western division of the C. M. & St. P.,
and well known in this city, and Miss
Glass. Mr. Bush is a brother to conduc
tor "Doc" Bush and to Supt. D. L.
Bush of the South Minnesota division of
the C, M. & 8t. P. He is now running
on the South Minnesota division between
Jackson and Woonsocket.
Major McGinnis baa a force of men en
gaged in extending and strengthening the
dike that protects the upper portion of
the government island from overflow.
This dike is about two miles in length,
and meets the waters of the river right at
the shore line. It is built of earth faced
with rock set on edge without mortar,
and will be built to a height of two or
three feet above high water mark. When
it is completed there will be no danger of
another invasion of the flood as occurred
last spring at the time of the big rise.
The work is being carried on by ft con
siderable force of men and will not be
completed for some time yet,
Tt lal tiMMAaAr'l A L. D.-3- .
sition open for a year, with the exception
of the three winter months.
Fourteen dry lots on fonr years time,
with six percent per annum, to any one
wishing to build this summer.
"Can't eat a thing." Hood's 8arsapa
rilla is a wonderful medicine for creating
an appetite, regulating digestion and giv
Chas. A . Btbsl, Manager.
ONE WEEK. COMMENCING
MONDAY, JUNE 10th.
Engagement of the Accomplished Actress,
Miss Florence Hamilton,
Mr. HAMILTON McCULLUM
and a itrong company of Dramatic and Spec
Monday Eve., June 10th
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of plays entirely new to popular price attractions.
Price 10, 20 and 30 cents.
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IN JUBILEE HALL.
AT AUGUSTANA COLLEGE,
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12th,
At 8 P. M.
1. Ouverture. "Promethee"
The Conservatory Orchestra.
Song For choir, tenor eolo, duet for eoprana
and tenor stoloe
Miaa Hilma Ohlin, Mr. Ang. Eckman, Con-
aerratory Choir and Orchestra.
Hochzeitmarsch nnd Elfenreigen aus der
Mnsik zu gbakespeare-a Sommerhachtstraum
von Mendelsohn-' for piano translated.. Liszt
Love Divine, Duet for Soprano and Tenr.
Mies Elien Peterson and Mr." Mr'. Aug.1'11"
Pleta Sismore. Bernhmet Arie aas dom
Jahre 1B67 Stradelb.
Miss Ililma Ohlin.
T.on Sketches-(a) Spring Evening; (h) In
uunu, vti vuimren at nay; (d) The
Uypeie. I... Stolpe.
The Oon rvntorw nprhAatra
8. SjoniTer Harranom en DT VI at fa ftist(a aa
The Conservatory Choir.
Swedish Melodies (by request) Fantasia....
...... . ................., Stol De
The Conservatory Orchestra."
'For Ever With the Lord." Tenor-solo
" - tioanod.
Mr. Aug. Eckman.
(a) 'Satergjentens Sondag"; (b) Norwegian
Feoplei-ong Arranged for Strinsr Orchestra.
The Conservatory String Orchestra
To Him be "Glory Evermore," "Amen"
The Conservatory Choir and Orchestra.
Admission, f0 cents.
Sunday and Monday,
June 8. 9 and 10.
Game called at 8:90 p. m.
Room and Picture
Cord Nails & Hooks,
At the very Lowest
Call and see.
Under Rock leland Donee.
in the three cities is
Ice Cream made from pur Cream
and flavored with the popular
flavor. 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 sale at 6&
and 7 per cent to investor.
Interest Collected without
Every effort made to handle
only choice investments.
Call or write for detail.
Offer this week seasonable
In plain and figured mixtures,
7 cents per yard.
Very popular Wash Goods, suitable for
ladies and children's wear,
9 J cents per yard.
LAWN TENNIS SUITINGS.
A fair assortment of these popular
10 cents per yard.
In handsome plaids.
IMPORTED SATIN ES.
New arrivale in French Satines at low
Hock Island. Illinois.
A Mammoth Stock
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1 m Si ir
Mf !fl ill! w
1ARGER THAN EVER:
and three times as large as any other establishment in
this city can be seen at the popular store of
CLEM ANN & SALZtyiAW..
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,
229 Seventeenth St., under Commercial
EaVFlrat claai Iueorance at loweat rate.
The following are among
A nice residence, with all modern improve,
menta. Urge grounds, on Elm s treat; cheap on
A two story houoe and lot, convenient to the
npper saw mills, depot and ronnd house very
New house, Rood cellar and cistern, large lot,
finely located in Dodge' addition oa tbo bluff.
1700 will bny a eood honse. five rooms, with lot.
convenient to lower factories.
A nice dwelling with one half acre of land near
the Milan street cars.
On the northwest corner of Twenty-first street
a good business location, a good boose and large
$2,50 PER GALLON,
KOBGST & ADLEE'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK.
BOOTS and SHOES
Trie Lowest .Prices
in the three cities. It will be a mistake to bny before
you see onr bargains.
Ladie sand Gents Low Shoes in all grades and prices.
Wigwam Slippers at yonr own prices.
Ladies fine Hand Tamed shoes from the best manufacturer.
Cdstom Work and Repairing done at all three stores .
tSfCall and see ns.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Arenue.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE,
W Flftii atmim.
goods at very Low figures.
New and desirable colorings in dark
Shallies, fine weave,
10 cents per yard.
ALL WOOL SHALLIES.
All Wool Shallies in rose and blue at
35 cents psr yard.
Beautiful assortment of Satines at
12 cents per yard.
Best quality shown iu this vicinity
at the price.
Dnuble Fold Cashmeres
10 cents per yard.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
the many bargains offered:
One of the finest low on Twenty third street, la
the best neighborhood, high and dry.
A number of deairable properties on the bin II.
A nice residence property at the npper end of
$1,000 will bny a honse and fine comer lot In
the npper part of the city on reasonable term.
Some fine lota in Dodge' addition.
$1,000 will bny a neat honse on Twentieth St.
Will give $10 rate to Northern Iowa and South
ern Minnesota and return to parties wishing to
bny No. 1 land for a home or investment; for
prices of land, terms and date of excursions, call
at my office.
Will exchange some (rood Western land for a
comfortable residence In this cltr.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
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