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THE CROCK IsraSTD ABGTm" WEDNESDAY, JUKE 12, 1889.
trupt stock, will be closed out this
t uoons " " " J -
. t arrive in time for the
" : 7.. will be oi
out aud ready
eartv-'0pice9 fringed edge .watered
i ' all the latest and choice colors 8
EE'wi'te 500 a Original
Dtu -. .,. at nnr trrpftt rihhon Rata
i...,,l tn K2e
Now while this
, . s.,ts Uiey will go at 50c; very stylish.
',. i.f. 4 mi-tons (48 pieces) of those
, ilk ribbons No. 16. which will be
Imtinii.'.l hi tic per yard.
All thf N- . 13 81,(1,8 black gross
in rii.hons with satin edges, still 11c a
r, T!ie fancy stripe and checked
litjiss (lid arrive with ,he otner
' ock ,,1 we shll close them at 6Jc a
nl worth Ific to 18c. The balance of
L printed India silks" reduced to 29c.
Rrmrnib'-r the Chicago price on these
jonIs is 2C. .
11 tin balance of the striped fancy
tlfn,go down this week to 46c. selling
in Clii'i:0 Ht 85c-
Tlioe silk cloves that were delayed among the other goods by the railroads are
tn be clowd at 25c a pair; 62c or 75c would not be too much but we decided to put
them out ' 25c. and they will go at 25c. Any customer may buy 8 or 4 pairs but
none will 8oltl Rt wholesale none. First comers will get best bargains.
1714. 1718. 1718. 1720 and 1732 Bkcond Avknce. Rock Island.
Wo will make it pay you to buy your Paper of us now if you con
H template using any during the coming year. The stoek MUST BE
U S"LD and by buying of us now you can get it at manufacturers'
tJTHemember the place.
KINGSBURY & SON,
! 1705 Secend Avenue.
Wm. A damson.
Shops Corner Ninth St., and Seventh Avenue,
Rock Island, 111.
ft-neral Jobbingand Repairing promptly done.
JjgTSecond Hand Machinery bought, sold and repaired.
New Eim Street Grocery
GEO. E. BROWNER,
(Successor th Danquard 3fc Browner)
FLOUR AJNTD FEED
Family Groceries and Provisions,
IIh solicit a share of the trade and will make prices as low
as me lowest. Telephone connections.
GIVE THE NEW STORE A TRIAL.
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.
27 DOZEN !
(32 4 Garments)
Children's Jersey Ribbed Vests earl this
week at 6c each.
Mexican Sea Grass
75 cents each.
T he great Hercules Hammocks 03c,
Ladies' Ferncllff and Cape May and
misses' fancy braid Sybil hats all go at
7c These astonishera may not last but
a day or so; remark the 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' Ferncliflt
and Cape May and for misses' fancy braid
Our price on the Sybil until this lot has
been 43c 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 13c
each (colors ecru and browns only) .
New lot of tennis flannels 8c a yard
while they last.
lVf A nUTMTQnTQ
Sterling Silver and Plated Ware,
Gold-Headed Canes, Spectacles
Other Optical Goods
No. 1827 Second Avenue.
THE G1E AT GATHERING.
The Swedish Synod in Working
Bnalnem DlMrharjreAYeaterday Af-ternoon-
-Oflleers) F.leeteel--Tb.e Con
tltmtloaai ChanceDedicatory Ex
erajses. At yesterday afternoon's meeting of
the Swedish Lutheran Evangelical synod
at Augusta aa college, the retiring presi
dent made his annual report. Of the 325
delegates that answered to their names,
177 were ministers and 148 lay delegates.
Rev. C. E. Lindberg, pastor of Gasta
vus Adolp ius church, New York City,
delivered n sermon in the afternoon,
subject: "The Object of the Holy
Scripture." The reverend gentleman re
ceived his early education in Sweden and
graduated i a the seminary course of Aug
ustana college. He is a specimen of what
this college turns out to educate the re
ligious world; not only ministers, but
prominent educators who are distributed
throughout our land. The sermon was
in the Swedish language, and those ac
quainted ith that tongue say it was an
eloquent discourse. His church is the
largest in tae east. Rev. C. . Lindberg
has been pi-esident of the New York syn
od for the past ten years. The sermon
ended with prayer and the religious ser
vices of the afternoon ended with a hymn
led by the hoir and joined in by the peo
S. P. A. Lindahl.of Altoona, III., deliv
ered his address after dinner. His ad
dress principally referred to the missions
ary work c f the church and congratulated
the Synod on the remarkable work acs
compHshec during the year, more espec
ially the progress made in Utah, Idaho
and other Mormon fields. The president
visited the latter missions and gave a
gratifying repoit. The remainder of the
address referred to general Synod work
and interest. It was totally devoid of
statistics. The financial and other fig
ures have been published by the finance
and other committees and the president
referred tha people and others interested
to peruse ihe tabulated statement pub
lished in tie pamphlet which can be had
on application to the secretary.
After th 3 religious exercises, on mo
tion, the Synod proceeded to nominate
permanent officers. A motion was made
to elect all four officers of the Synod at
the same time carried. The officers
nominated were for president, Rev. C. E.
Lindberg, New York; J. P. A. Lindahl,
Altoona, 111.; Prof. P.J. Sward, St.
Paul; P. Sjoblorn, Minnesota. For vice
president. Rev. M. C. Ranseen, Chicago;
P. Sjoblora, Minnesota; C. E. Lindberg,
New York; P. J. Swan, 8t. Paul. For
secretary, N. Forsand, Hepburn. Iowa;
Carl J. Pitrie, Minneapolis. For treas
urer, C. U. Thulin, Moline.
A motion was made and carried for the
appointment of a committee of two from
each conference on the president's ad
dress, coniiisting of one minister and one
layman. The different bodies announced
the follow ng names:
Illinois Conference Bev V Lelter
dahl. J Jochim.
Minnest ta Rev P Ljoblorn, H Olson.
Kansas Prof P T Landbloom, J
Iowa Rev C A Hemborg, A P Loder
quist. New York Rev Q Nelsenius, O E
Pacific Coast Rev P Carlson, A
Nebraska Rev J Torrill, N P Hult.
The tellers here entered the hall and
made their report. The ballot resulted
in the election of:
President S P A Lindahl, Altoona,
Secretary N Forsander, Hepburn,
Treasurer C G Thulin, Miline.
The vote for vice-president was scat
tered be ween eleven candidates. On
motion the secretary was instructed to
cast the vote of the Synod for Rev. J. P.
Sward, of St. Paul.
after the secretary finished reading
the proposed new constitution, a motion
was mace and carried to invite the
honorary members of the synod to make
short ad Iresses whenever committees
were ready to report or whenever there
was - Lr'l in the regular 'business, the
speakers to select their own subjects.
During tl e reading of the new constitu
tion all present had printed copies, and
followed he reading with deep interest.
Mr. Lindi.hl, a lay delegate from Ches
terton, Icdiana, opened the debate Wed
nesday. This was the first gun fired in
opposition to its adoption.
The Rev. Udeen led the morning de
votion between the hours of 8 and 9
o'clock. Eight additional ministers ar
rived Weinesday morning.
The C. B. & Q. railroad made a stop
opposite the college to allow two car
loads of visitors to leave the train . The
attendance to-day is double what it was
The American flag was thrown to the
breeze fiom the flag staff on the new
college b lildlng in honor of the dedica
tion whkh is taking place this afternoon.
Rev. ?. Sjoblorn, of Fergus Falls,
Minn., opened tbe discussion on the
part of ti e friends of the new constitu
tion. He is considered authority on
thissubjict, and all who understand tbe
Swedish language say his address was
logical a ad made friends for tbe adop
tion of tlie constitution.
On motion an informal ballot was or
dered on the adoption or rejection of tbe
new constitution. This motion was made
as a feslerto ascertain the sentiment
of tbe synod. The informal ballot re
sulted as follows: Yeas 97, nays 205.
Tbe debits was resumed. The Rev. J.
Magmy took tbe floor in behalf of the
A motion was made and carried at 11
o'clock f or a division of the ministers and
lay delegates, the former to meet in
secret Mision to consider four applica
tions for ministerial honors, and the oth
er to debate on the new constitution.
Tbe Abc trs ia indebted to Rev. Martin J,
Englund, of Pittsburg, Pa., for points
and fact i, which would be difficult to ob
tain without bis cheerful assistance. 1
After iie 11 o'clock adjournment of the
synod, the florist took possession of the
chapel and tastefully arranged the two
wagon loads of purchased flowers and
plants and the many individual donations
of bouquets and cut flowers. The floral
display will be something worth seeing.
The crowd is too great by two thousand
to gain admittance into the large chapel
hall. The song service will be held at
Jubilee hall, which is ample to seat three
times that of the chapel.
This afternoon occurred the dedicatory
services of the new college building.
They opened with an organ solo fay Prof.
Q. Stolpe followed by congregational
singing. Rev. J. Jesperson read from
the scriptures and offered prayer. Con
gregational singing followed when Rev.C.
A. Swensson delivered an oration on be
half of the alumni. Rev. W. S. Mar
quis delivered an address and the dedi
cation took place, President Lindahl, of
tbe Synod, officiating. There was also
singing by the conservatory choir and by
Jubilee hall dedicatory concert this
Time for session of Synod fixed, 9 to
12 a. m., 3 to 5 p. m.
Morning prayer every morning during
the session between the hours of 8 and 9.
The Synod, if all delegates appointed
attend, will have a membership of
Business is to be transacted in fore
noon. In the afternoon theological dis
Rev. C. O. Olander was appointed a
committee of one to select ministers to
conduct the morning services.
The new constitution which has been
under discussion and vote in prior years,
was read for the last time by the secre
tary. A vote will be taken oa its adop
tion or rejection after a full debate has
been had. The consideration of the
constitution bids fair to take two or more
days of the Synod.
The Kaeine Dlvlalen.
The poet of the Racine & Southwest
ern division has broken loose and com
mits rhyme in the first degree. Tbe
stone-pile yawns for him and a warm
corner is kept for him in other realms
than this, but all the same he knows no
fear. His last effusion rings in the sta
tions on the St. Paul in rather neat
style. Here is the gem, which rivals
Pope's finished efforts:
Racine reign queen npon the lake.
Burlington, nice for a stroll to take,
Klkhorn's fair are quite a plum,
Delavan's got the deaf and dumb,
Darien, we II pass it by.
Clinton' tbe place when you get dry.
Beloit's full of schools and gins.
Rock ton's where the mill-wbeel whirls.
Shirland, Dnrand both marked N. O.
Freeport's the place for boys like me,
Shannon's next, then Timhactoo,
Thompson and Pnlton nix bo hoo.
Cordova, Port Byron, what a pity,
Get their beer at Rapids City I
Moline's famed for Swedes so bold ;
Rock Island, where this story's told.
Wright superintends southwest men,
Then-orders come from his swift pen;
Perrett stands oldest on the list;
Cnmmings has the hardest flt;
McNanny's short, jnst like his ran;
Knh, tbe youngest "son of a gun;"
Fuller, ah there old boy ;
Now we stop, so, ship ahoy.
At the residence of tbe bride, 2621
Wabash avenue, Chicago, last evening
occurred tbe marriage of Mr. Louis Mos'
en f elder, of the firm of Jonas Bear &
Co,, this city, and Miss Ida Bauer, Rev
Moses, of that city, officiating. There
were present from Rock Island Mr. Julius
Mosenfelder, A. Mosenfelder, Mrs. Simon
and Mrs. Bear. After the ceremony a
reception was held and the bridal couple
came at once to Rock Island their future
At Milan last evening there occurred
at the M. E. church the marriage of Mr.
E. L. Brown and Miss Mamie C. Thomp
son. Rev. Dr. Harris officiated, assisted
by Rev. Kerr.
A double wedding occurred down town
this afternoon, when Mr. Emil Jacobsen
and Mrs. Julia Ohlweiler and Mr. Antone
Raible and Miss Bertha Holdorf were
united by 'Squire S. F. Cooke.
The i hrlHttan Cha:
Below is the.jr9ramme for the con
cert to be giyen at the Christian chapel
torflorrow (Thursday) evening. Our
masic loving people will recognize the
selections as very choice and rendered by
our best local talent. In order that all
may attend, the admission has been
placed at 25 cents, children 15 cents.
Tickets on sale at Bowl by 's music store.
1 . Piano Solo.-How Can I Forget Thee,
(a character piece) H. Llchler
Prof. 8. T, Powlby.
3. Hymn Lead Kindly Light Dudley Back
T. Q Quartet.
3. Solo Abscnc... Alfred Pease
Miss Jessie Bogue.
4, Quartet Sweet and Low Barnby
Mrs, Lambert, Miss Bogue, Rev. Geo.
E. Piatt, Mr. S. Dodge.
8. Song The Ruined Chapel Becker
T. K, Quartet.
6. Piano Solo. .Whispering Winds .. Wollenhaupt
Miss Cora Smith.
7. Aria-Infelice Verdi
Mr. Arthur Atkinson.
8. Solo, with Flute Obligate Alia Stella
Confident V. Robandi
Mrs. James Rawson Kimball, Mr. William
Bleuer, accompanied by Prof. S. T.
9. Song Shades of Ere Franz Abt
T. K. Quartet.
Johnstown's Kf-ller Faiid.
Dr. Paul now has $1,125 in sight for
the Johnstown relief fund, and will send
$1,000 to Clara Barton, president of the
Red Cross Relief society to-night. The
Arous has a list of additional donations
which will be printed to-morrow.
To-morrow occurs the benefit game
between the Harper and Rock Island
Mr. Geo. F. Roth completed the can
vass of the First ward last evening and
made his returns to Treasurer Paul as
follows, his total collections being $71:
Win Roth 6 00 wm Farrell it 00
A DBperry 1 50 Frank Milter 5 00
C Rochow 6 00 R D KendalL, 6 00
Cbas F Bladel.... 2 Ou W Boyle S 00
Geo Ackerman... 60 John Ackerman... 100
John Bladel Sr... 9 00 Kahlke Bros. 10 00
r Nacbbaaer 1 00 F C Denkman 6 00
JasCBtmpson 10 00 Wm Kroeger 1 00
Members of the city council are hereby
requested and notified to meet at the city
council chamber at 1 SO. p. m., Thursday,
June 13, to attend the funeral of the late
ex-Mayor William Eggleston. Convey
ance will be provided for,
Robert Kosbxbr, City Clerk.
The popular blood purifier, Hood's
Saraaparilla, is having a tremendous sale
this season. Nearly everybody takes it.
Try.it yourself. '
A PIONEER CITIZEN GONE.
Warn. EtTXleatea Breathes His Last at
His Home ea Third A veaae Sketch
Wm. Eggleston died at his residence on
Third ayenne at 8:45 last evening after
an illness of many months resulting prin
cipally from the
infirmities of old
age. having at
tained his eighty
was born at
necticut, May 3,
Wm. Eggleston. 1802. In early
life he went to Pennsylvania to seek his
fortune and settled at Carbondale, in a
few years becoming tbe owner of an ex
tensive anthracite coal mine. He moved
to New York in 1835 and engaged in
canal and railroad contracting and while
thus occupied he was for a time assos
ciated with Mr. John Warner, now of
Following this period of his life's activ
ity he was for several years a resident of
Albany, N. Y., serving while there as a
member of the board of aldermen and
frequently acting as mayor.
He came to Rock Island in 1856 or '57
and has always been actively identified
with tbe city's interests. For years he
was one of the enthusiastic democrats
and was elected mayor by that party in
March, 1867, but here signed soon after in
disgust, the council at that time being so
inharmonious and beyond reason aa a leg
islative body that he lost patience. He
was also alderman for a number of terms
and for five years he was city weighmas-
ter. He was at one time extensively en
gaged in the distilling business here, and
later as a manufacturer of woolen goods.
He was energetic and upright in all his
business undertakings and boie the high
est regard of all who knew him.
He leaves two children Mr. W. W.
Eggleston and Mrs. Geo. W. Copp, and
seven grandchildren and two great grand
The funeral will be held from Trinity
church at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon,
the pall bearers being ex-Mayors James
M. Buford, Henry Carse, Patrick Gregg,
Porter Skinner, V. M. Blanding and E.
Miss Nellie R. Hayes has returned
$1 sash ribbons at 60 cents while they
last at McCabe Bros.
This evening occurs the grand concert
at Augustana college.
Mr. W. H. Hatch and family leave for
Rockford, Minn., tonight.
For sale or rent, a second hand piano.
Inquire of Dr. C. C. Carter.
The great ribbon bargains at McCabe
Bros, are the talk of the town.
Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Wilhelm left for
Chicago this morning to remain until
Harper's theatre tonight tbe funniest
play on the stage. Full of songs, dances
and comic situations.
The Peorias are at the Rock Island
house. They play at Davenport today,
tomorrow and Friday,
There will be a grand concert at Au
gustana college at 8 p. m. this even
ing. Admission, 50 cents.
Four of the new open cars for the Rock
Island and Moline lines of tbe Holmes
syndicate arrived this morning.
Mr. Frank Clough, of the undertaking
firm of Clough & Colton, is a graduate of
the oriental school of embalming.
Ladies' and misses' hat sale at McCabe
Bros. $1. 90c. 75c, 68c, 50c, all at 34
cents, and another lot at 7 cents this
Two cartons of cream colored No. J
and 12, watered crown edge ribbons add
ed to the big bargain ribbon pile at Mc
jbV J.F. Bell, late of Carbondale, 111 .,
Mrs. T. J. Buford, on his way to Ft.
The final cuts on the closing of the
Wetherell stock at McCabe Bros, this
week is attracting a larger crowd even
than last week.
Prof. 8. T. Bowlby and Mr. D. Roy
Bowlby have gone to Muscatine to attend
the wedding there this evening of their
cousin, Mande Bowlby.
A Chicago paper reports that Col. T.
G. Baylor, of Rock Island arsenal, is to
be promoted to tbe position of chief of
the ordnance department
The watch to be given away Saturday
evening at Harper's theatre by Florence
Hamilton, is now on exhibition in the
window of Ramser, the jeweler.
Florence Hamilton and her excellent
comedy company will appear in "Clear
Grit" tonight. A big company and
splendid play for 10, 20 and 30 cents.
And now it is gently intimated that Mr.
Adair Pleasants would like to be state's
attorney, and that there will be a trian
gular fight in the republican convention.
Beardsley Camp, No. 13, Sons of Vet
erans, is still undecided as to its future.
At the meeting Monday night it was de
cided to hold on a little longer at least
The Florence Hamilton company pre
sented "The Schaughran" to a good
house and in aa acceptable manner at
Harper's theatre last evening. This
evening "Clear Grit" will be the bill.
Arrives Another invoice of carpets, !
rugs, oil cloths and mattings. Look
them over. They are bargains. The C.
F. Adams Home Furnishing House, 822
Brady street, Davenport
The C. F. Adams Home Furnishing
House, Davenport, are displaying some
extra choice bed-room sets In antique
oak and walnut They are also showing
a new make of folding bed in antique
oak. It will pay you to inspect them.
The young ladies of the United Pres
byterian church are arranging for a so
ciable at their church next Tuesday
evening. Special features' are being
provided, which promises a very pleas-
ant and profitable evening. Further no
tice will be given in due time.
Harry E. Downer, formerly one of the
bright lights of Davenport journalism,
and afterwards county superintendent of
schools, has been elected principal of
public school building No. 1. Downer
is a thoroughly educated and talented
young man, and possesses every quality
for the succes-f ul discharge of the highly
important duties of the office to which he
has been chosen. The tri-city press is
proud of him.
The Watch Tower.
Cars run to Black. Hawk's Watch
Tower every 80 minutes on Sunday af
ternoon and holidays, and special trains
to accommodate picnic parties. Tele
phone to the street car barn to complete
arrangements for special trains.
A Treat for the Ladies.
We will place on sale to-morrow five
dozen fancy folding work tables at 75c
each, worth from $1.60 to $2 00. This
is an introductory price only, and will
hold good till Saturday only. The C. F.
Adams Home Furnishing House, 822
Brady street, Davenport, Iowa.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Citizens Improvement association will
take place Thursday evening. A full ats
tendance is requested, as matters of im
portance will come up for consideration .
A Big; Drive
On baby carriages at the C. F. Adams
Home Furnishing House, 822 Bradv
street, Davenport, this week. Don't
miss this chance.
V. 8. Signal Orncr. 1
Davenport.Iowa, Jane 19. f
For the next 24 hours for Illinois fair;
"Can't eat a thing." Hood's Sarsapa-
rilla is a wonderful medicine for creating
an appetite, regulating digestion and giv
EG GLHSTON At his residence In thU r mt
8:45 p. m.. Tnesday, Jane 11, 1S89. Wm. Eirgles
ton. In his 87th year. Funeral, from Trinity
church. Thursday, Jane 13. at 3 p. m.
cha. ji . stiil, - - Manager.
ONE WEEK, COMMENCING
MONDAY, JUNE 10th.
Engagement of the Accomplished Actress,
Miss Florence Hamilton,
Mr. HAMILTON McCTJLLUM
and a strong company of Dramatic and Spec
Wednesday Eve.. June 12th
tSf Dnrinff thA wpaIt will H nnaMt.
of plays entirely new to popular price attractions.
Price 10, 20 and 30 cents.
Thursday and Friday,
June. 12. 13 and 14.
Game called at 8:30 p. m.
Room and Picture
Coruail8 & Hooks,
At the cor. 'OWeSt
Call and see.
Under Sock Island Bonse.
in the three cities is
Ic Cream made from par Cream
and flavored with the popular
flavors. A trial of this cream
will convice all that it can
not be ax celled.
Picnics, Sociables and Parties
of all kinds, furnished oa
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 details.
Offer this week seasonable
In plain and figured mixtures,
7 cents per yard.
Very popular Wash Goods, suitable for
ladies and children's wear,
9J cents per yard.
LAWN TENNIS SUITINGS.
A fair assortment of theae popular
10 cents per yard.
In handsome plaids.
New arrirale in French Satines at low-
Hock Island, Illinois.
A iammoth Stock
r-r t m
ppi:; I I n
I ; r'i Uj I
Up IUS If tc
4sSi:i S5M'-i kT not; II
IARGER THAN EVER:
and three times as large as any other establishment in
this city can be seen at the popular store of
OLEMAUH & SALZMANN.
They buy direct from the Manufacturers, thus saving the
wholesale dealers' profits and are enabled to command the
No. 1525 and 1527 Second Ave.,
The only Double Front Store in Rock Island.
Geo. W. D. Ileirris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
239 Seventeenth St., under Commercial
Mrrirst clans insurance at lowest rates.
The following; are among;
A nice residence, with all modern 1m
ments, larse grounds, on Elm street ; cheap on
A two story honse and lot, conrenient to the
tipper saw mills, depot and round honse very
New honse, good cellar and cistern, large Jot,
finely located in Dodge's addition oa the bluff.
IT00 will buy a (rood bouse, Ave rooms, with lot,
convenient to lower factories.
r: dwelling with one half acre of land near
the Milan street c.- ' .
. - pf Twenty-Brt street
On the northwest romei- - j hMi nH i.ro
a good business location, a go?." . e mn lBrge
lot. - a .
POST OFFICE BLOCK,
BOOTS and SHOES
The Largest Stock,
The Lowest Prices
in the three cities. It will be a mistake to buy before
yon 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 .
ISfCall 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.
goods at very Low figures. -
New and desirable colorings in dark
8h allies, fine weave,
10 cents per yard.
ALL WOOL 8HALLIE3.
All Wool Shallies in rose and blue at
35 cents par 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 lots on Twenty third street. In
the best neighborhood, high and dry.
A number of desirable properties on the bluff.
A nice residence property at the upper end of
$1,000 will buy a house and fine comer lot In
tbe upper part of the city on reasonable terms.
Some fine lots in Dodge's addition.
$1,000 will buy a neat house on Twentieth St.
Will give f 10 rate to Northern Iowa and South
ern Minnesota and return to parties wishing to
buy No. 1 land for a home or investment: for
prices of land, terms and date of excursions, call
at my office.
Will exchange some good Western land for a
comfortable residence tn this city.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
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