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THE2BOCK TRTXKQ ARGTJSi WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1889
FOR SALE BY-
K',17 Second avenne.
i UIK D.INT1KK 8TOUK OF
l-J We 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
S LD and by buying of us now you can get it at manufacturers'
K-JTRemember the place,
KINGSBURY & SON,
1705 Secend Avenue.
Wm. A damson.
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bhops Corner Ninth St., and Seventh Avenue,
Rock Island, 111.
General Jobbing and Repairing promptly done.
l"8econd Hand Machinery bought, sold and repaired.
F. W. HERLITZKA,
No. 305 Twentieth Street, Rock Island, for fine fitting
BOOTS AND SHOES!
Made in the latest style. Also repairing
Contractors and Builders,;
AU kinds of Cartenter work done. General Jobbing done on Bhort
notice and satisfaction guaranteed.
Office and nhop 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.
Made fa Hardwood, elegantly calved with treble
wmiia, inarcoal ailed and cue llnea, every
part removable for
All metal shelve, alr-tlght locks. Improved In
terior circulation of dry cold air and first-clan
These are the oklt Refrigerators with Five
walls for the preservation of the ice.
They are the omlt Refrigerator having the
Leonard patent atr-tigni iocks .
They are the onlt Refrigerators having the
Leonard patent solid iron shelves.
They are the oolt Refrigerators having the
Leonard patent arched center false bottom.
They are the only Refrigerators having the
Leonard patent movable Dues for cleaning.
They are the omlt Refrigerators having the
Leonard Improved interior circulation of dry cold
They are the only Refrigerators having the
Leobard patent Interior construction.
They have stmd the test for years and are the
only 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.
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Silver and Plated Ware,
Gold-Headed Canes, Spectacles
Other Optical Goods
No. 1827 Second Avenue.
N. P. F. NELSON,
323 Twentieth Street,
for the best custom made
tiSTRepairing neatly done.
done with neatness and dispatch.
The Boara Adepts Pimm for
theNsw Billalsf The Ceamty Ia
tltate, Bte. N
The loard of education at its meeting
last night accepted the building plans of
Architect Hammatt, of Davenport, and
authorised that gentleman to meet the
board with detailed plans next Friday
evening. The cost of the building is not
to exceed $10,000.
SupetintendentKemble was directed to
report t J the board at its next meeting
the nances of all teachers appointed for
the new school year who have not noti
fled him of their acceptance.
THE COUNTY INSTITUTE.
Couniy Superintendent Southwell has
completed arrangements for the annual
teacher ' institute of Rock Island conns
ty. It will be held in the new high
school building, and will commence
Monday. July 8, and continue two weeks,
Messrs. W. H. Ray, David Pelmley. G
R. Ilouiel, E. T. Harper and J. A. Bish
op havt been engaged as instructors,
The course of instruction will be upon
the sciei.ee of education and methods of
teaching. Mental, moral and physical
development and discipline will conati
tute the first department. In the second
the drill will be upon the primary and
grammar school methods of teaching the
common school branches; primary and
advanced lessons in music; and if prac
tical, primary lessons in drawing. The
natural science work will be upon the
methods of teaching elementary botany
and primary plant work, and upon ele
mentary hygiene and physiology. Those
who have paid $1 to the institute
fund witi an application for a teachers
certificate or renewal, are entitled to at
tend without charge. Others may be
come mesbers of the institute by paying
a registiation fee of $1. Applications
for boar ling places may be made to
Miss EUh McDonald.
SCHOOL LAW CHANGES.
County Superintendent J. II. South
well, has received from Superintendent of
Public Instruction Edwards, a circular
noting changes in the school law of Illi
nois. The most important are:
No person is to be licensed as a teacher
who has oot attained the age of eighteen,
if a male, and of seventeen, if a female.
An act was passed requiring the teach
tng in all "schools supported by public
money, cr physiology and hygiene, with
special reference to the effect of alcoholic
beveragei., stimulants and narcotics on
the humsn system." It re quires all legal
scnool a itbonties to see that this in
struction is given to all pupils of suitable
age. It idso provides that no certificate
shall be granted to any person to teach
in the public schools of Illinois after July
1, 1890, vho has not passed a satisfacto
ry examination in these subjects.
The compulsory education bill has
also become a law. This act is much
more pos tive in Its provisions than the
former act on the same subject, which is
now repealed. Boards of directors and
of educa .ion are required to appoint a
truant of leer, whose duty it will be to
enter corr plaints against all persons vio
lating th in act, and also to arrest children
of a school-going age who absent them
selves from school without permission,
THU COUNCIL'S DUTY.
Who ahall Have the Pa vine 'oa
tract Te-XlKht's) Slertiac
To-nigLt the city council meets in
special set sion to award the contract for
the paving of Second avenue within the
district already outlined on numerous
occasions. The duty thus involved
upon the municipal body is one of great
importance, and it is needless to say the
council so realizes.
Of the numerous proposals before
the council, the firm of Atkinson & Olof,
as the Amies said yesterday, has the in'
side track as far as the lowest bid is con
cerned, thit firm's proposal to pave with
Bardolph brick $1.60, being below all
others, tbe Cuba company, which was
the only one lower, having withdrawn.
The council should recognize the
home enterprise, and give the local firm
a part, if t ot all of the contract to pave
with Barciolph brick, which ranks sec
ond to none in th e country.
A liSac Life Haded.
.The estimable gentleman and well
known ckizen, Mr. Robert Crampton
died at his home at Milan at 2 o'clock
this morning of tbe infirmities of age,
having attuned the extreme age of nine
tyone years. He was born in Ireland,
November 15, 1798; was united in mar
riage then with Anne Rudd, Feb. 10,
1835, and came to America in 1851, and
to Rock Island county in 1854. This
has since been his home. Most of his
life was spent in farming and manufac
turing, and into every station of busis
ness activ ty he occupied, he carried
the principles that characterized him
always as an exemplary christian man
The widow is left with the following
children: Eicbard, of Rock Island; Hen
ry, of Virginia City, Neyada; Mra. P.'
M. Tindall. of Milan; Robert and C. J.
and Mrs. J. W. Betty, of Bowling.
The funeral will be held from the late
home in MJan, at 2 o'clock to morrow
The C. B. & Q. will in a short time
use chemict.Is for the purpose of cooling
its sleeping cars. Underneath the coach
will be a I ex holding porous jars con
taining ammonia and from which tubes
will lead to all parts of the car. A
number of. fans, propelled by power
from tbe a;:le, will carry off tbe impure
air, and the temperature can be lowered
at least twenty degrees. The Burlington
Gcuette suggests that the "Q." follow np
this improvement with a patent dust ex
hauster. J leapt ta.1 Kepert. or
St. Luke'n hospital report for May is
Total exienses 1134.18. Number of
patients, 4; discharged, 1. Last April
the ladies of the Hospital Guild obtained
subscriptions for one year to the amount
of 1,648; of this sum $1,169.50 has
been collected and deposited with the
treasurer ai tbe First National bank,
leaving a ba ance of $478.50 to be still
collected. M. C. Hoffman. Sec.
Creosote li proposed as a fuel for tor
WITHIN PRISON WALLS.
Parsos Herataa Telia Mease Tbinca
About Life la Jellet Pealteatlary
Which Klaer Enlarge Upon.
Kiner, of tbe Oeneseo News, has the
following to say about Parson Morgan
and his experiences as chaplain of Joliet
Rev. A R. Morgan, chaplain of the
state prison at Joliet, was in town the
middle of laBt week. He had come down
to attend the soldier's reunion at Anna
wan. Bro. Morgan is graphic in his descrip
tions of daily life in the big pen. He
thinks the prison at Joliet should be en
lareea and modernized, it was. built a
great many years ago. Tbe cells, orig
inally Intended for one inmate, now con
tain two. They are too small for two
men. They are just the length of a bed,
and barely wide enough for the men to
squeeze along between the bed and the
wall. The men are allowed to play
checkers. No cards are allowed them.
Bro. Morgan says that he never preached
to such an attentive audience as these
prisoners. They are perfectly quiet.
But then the brother should not over
look the fact that the poor fellows have
to be quiet, that they have to attend sers
vice, and that they can't get away. He
has the advantage of them all round.
The singing is done by a choir of priss
oners, and is excellent. They are ac
companied by an orchestra consisting of
a piano, several horns, a flute, and a fife.
The choir is permitted to meet for prac
tice every Saturday afternoon at four
The prisoners work from six to six.
They are allowed three-quarters of an
hour for dinner. They are well pleased
to work. There is strong upon them a
disposition to do almost anything rather
than remain in those sepulchral cells.
One time not long since, several pris
oners were discovered to be intoxicated.
As no liquors are allowed in the prison,
it bothered the warden sadly to contrive
bow the men could get drunk. Tbe men
would not tell where they obtained their
liquor. Drunkenness was on ihe in
crease, and tbe keeers were at their
wits end to find what tbe men got full
At last one day some one in authority
stumbled upon a strange device hidden
away in the piggery, lie hauled It forth
from its environment of straw and rubs
bub. It proved to be a tude still. The
man in charge of the pigs, fermented po
tato peelings and scraps, distilled the
stuff, and obtained alcohol. This, being
diluted with water, was eagerly quaffed
by the men. The distillery was sequestered
and sobriety again secured a foothold in
One day the Rev. Mr. Sweet called at
tbe penitentiary. Bro. Morgan showed
him round. He manifested a desire to
see tbe stables. These are in charge of
big Dan Wren, tbe Chicago boodler.
Involuntarily Morgan introduced the
Rev. Sweet to Dan. Dan looked him
over and said:
'You were once a resident of Freeport
"I was," responded Rev Sweet.
"I hope h 1 will get one of your Free
port lawyers !" exclaimed Dan.
The shocked clergyman withdrew.
The lawyer against whom Dan's venom
was directed is Attorney Beach, who was
instrumental in securing for Dan a resit
dence in the big stone edifice.
Morgan says that one of tbe most in
teresting characters in tbe pen is Joey
Mackm, the Chicago politician, who is in
for playing fast and loose tricks with
bal'ot boxes. Joey is a suave and accom
plished fellow, who has a way of ingra
tiating himself into the good graces of
any one with whom be comes in contact.
He is a most winning creature. Every
body likes him, because they can't help
it. He has had a very easy time of it,
and will soon be abroad again, his time
being out in a few weeks.
Many of tbe inmates of the prison say
that they have no knowledge of the
crimes that brought them there, they hav
ing committed them wheu reason was
drowned in liquor.
The V. P. avertable.
The United Presbyterian young people
express themselves well satisfied with the
attendance and financial results of tbeir
sociable last evening. The chocolate
drill, in charge of Miss Ralston, was a
very interesting feature of the tbe even
ing. Eight little girls, dressed in choco
late colored suits and armed with silver
trays, marched, countermarched and
saluted each other with military precison
under the guiding influences of inspiring
music. Miss Rlston's ability as a leader
of this peculiar code of military tactics
was seen in the nioety with which each
movement was executed by her little
squad of recruits. The table of fancy
articles, as well as the home made can
dy, was well patronized.
Chicken thieves have been committing
depredations in town for a few evenings
J . C. Scott was fined $5 and costs this
morning for being drunk and disorderly
John Smith and Ira Peck were run in
by Officer Boland lust night charged with
Marshal Miller is fixing the stable for
the police horse adjoining tbe station on
the. west, in good shape. There is to be
a swinging harness and other arrange
ments for getting out in good shape when
called upon. The police committee have
got a bargain in the new horse they have
bought for the department.
The Galesburg Republican-Register
Rev. C. A. Nybladn was arrested Sat
urday late by Constable Frank Anderson
and taken to Justice Holcomb's office.
He made no resistance, but went quietly
along. But little was done at the jus
tice's office and but few people were
present. The preacher was represented
by William Davia. We understand that
Mr. F. S. Murphy was present in his be
half. As G. A. Lawrence, Eq , who
represents Miss Anna Anderson, could
not attend the case on Monday, being
obliged to be absent from the city, con
tinuance was had until Wednesday morns
ing. Miss Anderson is said to have gone
to Chicago last week, but she will be
here on the day of the trial.
The Verne Swain brought down an ex
cursion from Clinton this morning, the
watch tower being the objective point.
The gallant Pittsburg, Capt Killeen,
will be down tomorrow morning at 11
The Sidney, Capt. Boland, will clear
for the north Friday morning.
The steamer Eagle came up last night
with two barges of ties for Davenport.
The Golden Gate and White Eagle take
out excursions parties coming from Galva
Salt Lake has lost 9 per cent of
altnesa in the last five years.
Quaker rolled oats.
Quaker rolled oata.
Quaker rolled oats.
Give Quaker rolled oats a trial.
The finest Quaker rolled oats.
Quaker rolled oats are the best.
Special sale Friday only at May's.
Special bargains Friday only at May's.
Miss Anna Eirkpatrick is visiting in
Call and see special prices Friday only
Bananas 10c per dozen, at F. G.
Don't fail to get a sample of Quaker
Choice strawberries, plums, etc., at
Everybody says that Quaker rolled
oats are fine.
A good milch cow for sale at 104
The finest breakfast dish in the land is
Quaker rolled oats.
Now is the time refrigerators go off
especially the Leonard .
If you want the best refrigerator buy
tbe Leonard, at David Don's.
Davenport's cash contributions to the
Johnstown sufferers reaches $3,551.16.
. Mr.' Joseph May and daughter, of Des
Moines, are visiting relatives in the city.
If you are in need of a refrigerator or
ice cream freezer, call at David Don's.
If you want to know what comfort is
these hot days, get a Leonard refrigera
tor at David Don's.
Antique oak sideboards $11 at tbe C.
F. Adams' Home Furnishing House, 322
Brady street, Davenport.
A neatly compiled new tri-city direc
tory has been issued by tbe Central
Shakespeare tables $199 at the C. F.
Adams' Home Furnishing House, 322
Brady street, Davenport.
For select patterns iu carpets, go to the
C. F. Adams Home Furnishing House,
322 Brady street, Davenport.
Rugs, ruga, rugs at closing out prices.
The C. F. Adams Home Furnishing
House, 322 Brady street, Davenport.
For sale Harper house barn on Y. M.
C. A. lot to be moved at once by pur
chaser, to mike room for new building.
H. J. Lowrcy.
To-night occurs the dance at Armory
hall of the D. O. H. and A. O. U. W.
societies for the benefit of the Johnstown
Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Wilhelm left this
afternoon for Sioux Falls, D. T., and
other points in the northwest, expecting
to be absent about three weeks.
At the law commencement exercises at
the Iowa City University yesterday, a
prize for the best thesis on law topics
was awarded Chas. J. Searle, of this city.
Carse & Ohlweiler say tbe late warm
spell has added greatly to the soda water
trade. An increased force has been put
on, in anticipation of large orders for tbe
Fourth of July.
The Rock Island Building association
at its meeting on Tuesday evening
awarded preferences on seven loans ag
gregating $7,200, the premiums ranging
from 17 to 19 per cent.
N. P. Nelson, the Twentieth street
shoemoker, is prepared at all times to
give the best of satisfaction, as his work
is guaranteed to be as represented. His
advertisement appears elsewhere in tbe
Mr. Oliver Olsen has complicated the
states attorney situation among tbe re
publican bosses considerably, by announc
ing himself as a candidate for that office
at the forthcoming convention.
Tomorrow we shall open up a fine
stock of mirrors and looking glasses.
Prices so low as to put them within the
reach of all. The C. F. Adams' Home
Furnishing House, 322 Brady street,
Tbe attention of the public is called to
the advertisement of F. W. Herlilzka,
the veteran shoemaker, who has located
a shop at No. 305 Twentieth street. Mr,
Herlitzka solicits a share of public pat
ronage and will always guarantee first-
Tbe sewer on Eleventh street has been
clogged for some time. Tbe pipes were
taken up yesterday to ascertain the
cause. The workmen found a good sized
shingle blocked near the connection witb
the Fifth avenue sewer.
Mr. N. J. Moline and sister, of Minne
Bot a, who have been visiting their cousin,
Mr. Charles Oberg, for two weeks, left
for home this morning. Their stay was
made pleasant by their friends. Mr,
Moline was a resident of this city thirty
Messrs. J. R. Mills and Frank Mixter,
who have returned home from an outing
trip to Geneva Lake, Wis., report good
success catching, cisco, which fishing
predominates. Mr. A. M. Blakesly and
family are nicely domiciled in a cottage
there, and are enjoying themselves huge-
Wm. Nevins, the contractor, has re
ceived information that he has been
awarded the contract for laying 30,000
square yards of cypress pavement at
Nebraska City, Neb., the same firm hav
ing layed the same amount there last
year. Tbe work will be commenced
The eighth annual commencement ex
ercises of the boys' department of St.
Joseph's school at Harper's theatre last
evening, were largely attended and the
programme nicely carried out as given in
the Argus of last evening. The com
mencement proper of the school occurs at
Harper's theatre one week from tonight.
Mies Ella G. Tripp, who is known
through her success in such undertakings,
is arranging to give for the benefit of the
high school piano fund a choice enter
tainment at Harper's theatre Friday
evening, June 28. One hundred and
twenty-five children will participate and
seventeen young ladiea will present a
fancy drill. The chief feature will be the
presentation of the "Golden Hair."
Signal Officer Fitzgerald writes back
from Washington that he is having good
health and a good time, adding that he
has called upon General Observer W. A.
Greeley. It is to be presumed that Fiti
allowed no grass to grow under his feet
while he was making that calL We
shall look for the - introduction of several
long needed reforms in tbe service, and
possibly for the construction of the gov
ernment building, with the whole upper
deck expressly modelled for the con
veience of the signal service office.
Six more new open cars for the
Holme's syndicate of the same pattern as
those heretofore alluded to, were re
ceived from Chicago to-day. Five are
blue for the Thirty-fifth street line, and
one green for the bridge line. If the
cars are as heavy as tbe former shipment,
a locomotive should have been sent with
each. The strongest point in their favor
is the uniformity of appearance, a char
acteristic heretofore entirely foreign to
all the tri-city lines.
General regret will attend the an
nouncement that Maj. Harry M. Abell
has determined to leave Rock Island,
having accepted a responsible position in
the office of a manufacturing ayn
dicate at Minneapolis. Mr. Abell
will leave for his new home in
a few days, bis family remaining
in Rock Island until fall. Mr. Abell has
been a resident of Rock Island sixteen
years, coming here first as city editor of
the Argus, and afterward being editor and
business manager of this journal. More
recently he has been employed as book
keeper at tbe Rock Island plow works
He has through his social and business
habits won the esteem of a very wide
circle of friends.
Mrs. Sotelle, the most "celebrated na
tural seer in the United States, will re
main for a short time at the Commercial
hotel, room 2 and parlor, where she can
be consulted from 9 a. m. to 10 p. ni.
Entire satisfaction given and charges
moderate. English, French, German,
SpaDioh and Italian spoken.
Hone to Dog Owner.
All dog owners are notified that the
tax is due and should he nuiil forthwith
Checks may be had at tbe marshal's office
or of any policeman.
Phil. Miller, City Marshal.
V. S. Signal Ofmck. 1
Davenport.Iowa, Jane 19. f
For the next 24 hours for Illinois, light
rain, slightlv warmer, followed hv ronlcr
Fifty or one hundred stone quarry men
wanted three miles below Andalusia at
once. A. J. Whitney, Contractor.
Ask some friend about Pond's extract
for pain. Trv it for anv infUmmatinn nr
hemorrhages. Ask your druggist for the
genuine. Refuse imitations.
The popular blood purifier. Hood's
Sarsapanlla, is having a tremendous sale
this season. Nearly everybody takes it.
Try it yourself.
The recent frost
one fourth of the grape crop of New
Estate of Patrick H. Kpran, deceased.
- T -e,-. Hfp'iiii-u auuiiu
iRtra.tr rf th Mtsta t. :..k. n . .
of the county of Rock Island. immtf Illinois, de
ceased, hereby plvt-a Notice thaC he will apnear
7J .".mjioiin ui nwi isiana roomy, at
the office of the clerk of said court, in Ihe citV of
Rock lel.nd, at tbe September form, on the first
Mnnditr tn tj.nt,in)u, . , l ...
j . 1 - . 1 wmcn time an
persons hiving claims against said estate are no
tified and requested to attend for the purpose of
bavirie the same sdiusted. AU persons Indebted
tosaidestate are requested to make immediate
payment to thf underpinned.
uaiea mis mm aay or June, A. D. 1889
MICHAEL J. HlGINS, Administrator,
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Room and Picture
Cord Nails & Hooks,
At the very Lowest
Call and see.
Under Rock Island Bouse.
in the three cities ia
Ire Cream made from pare Cream
and flavored with the popular
flavors. A trial of this cream
will connce all that it can
not be excelled.
Picnics, Sociables 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 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' wear,
9J cents per yard.
LAWN TENNIS SUITINGS.
A fair assortment of these popular
10 cents per yard.
In handsome plaids.
New arrivale in French Salines at low
Rock Island. Illinois.
A Mammoth Stock
m$ f-! 3$-Er s M .i
1ARGER THAN EVER:
and three times as large as any other establishment in
this city can be seen at the popular store of
CLEIY1ANN & SALZMANU.
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
tVPirst-class Inference at lowest rates.
The following are among
A nice hrtck residence with pood improvements
lot 173x215, cheap on eey terms.
One of the best money making restnurants and
boarding houses in the city near C, K. P de
pot, well located 6or any kind of business
A trtvtrl hnildtniT with .Iam lo.) .1 a
r- " " ' a m . ruuuip,
counters, shelving, etc.. on first flooi, and 8 rooms
above; water np and down stairs, good cellar,
barn. etc.. lot 35x130, well located for business,
upper part of 4tb aveenue; cheap.
A cood property. 1 story, lot 40 by ISO, well lo
cfted on Secon avenne, between 15th and 16th
street, forono kind of business; cheap.
One of the best located three story brick stores
on Secone avenue; cheap.
One of the best paying meat markets in the city
brick building, good location.
$2,50 PER GALLON,
KOHHSr & 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 line Hand Turned shoes from the best manufacturers.
Custom Work and Repairing done at all three stores .
t3f"Call and see us. .
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE. 1818 Second Ayenua.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE,
2929 Fifth Ayenua.
goods at very Low figures.
New and desirable colorings in dark
Shallies, fine weare,
10 cents per yard.
ALL WOOL SHALLIES.
AU Wool Shallies in rose and blue at
35 cents per yard.
Beautiful assortment of Satines at
12J cents per yard.
Best quality shown iu this Ticinity
at the price.
Dnuble Fold Cashmeres
10 cents per yard.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
the many bargains offered:
A fine large boose with all modem Improve
ments, good barn, trees, etc , S acres of Una. fine
location, just outside the city limit near the
streetcars; cheap,easy terms.
A new bone, eight rooms, barn, trees, e'e, lot
60xlBH; within five blocks of poetofflce; a great
Two story dwelling, six rooms, good well, cis
tern and cellar, large barn, acre of land, wlthia
a few steps of Milan street cars, at a bargain.
A neat brick horse with a large lot for 92.000,
convenient to upper saw mills and depot
Large brick house, well located, on Fourth are.
lot 60x150, for rale cheap.
A new two story hosse, six rooms, good cellar,
well and cistern, large lot, with nice trees, fruit
and shrubbery, well located on Mth St., very cheap
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
IPIONEER SHOE STORE
1713 Second Avenue,