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1C17 Second avenne,
Wc will make it pay you to buy your Paper of us now if you con
template using any during th9 coming year. The stoek MUST BE
SOLI") and by buying of us now you can get it at manufacturers'
CiRemember the place,
KINGSBURY & SON,
1705 Secend Avenue.
We were approached a few days ago to become a party to
a scheme which was explained to us in the following language:
"We (ibe schemers) will place a half dozen men in your city and will
visit every house, offering for sale a ticket costing the purchaser 25 cents.
This will entitle the bolder any lime within six months to demand of you
upon an additional payment of $2.75 making a total of $3 00 a dozen
Cabinets and an extra picture in a gilt frame. This outfit of frame and
pictures you can represent as worth $4, $5 or ?6; we will swear it's worth
whatever you say. We place these tickets in the community to keep the
25 cents that we collect. Oh, jes, the public will bite at worse than this.
But Us a great scheme as the frame you give away costs $12 00 per hun
dred, 12cts with every order. Suppose one of your neighbors were to go
into it, tbey now advertise their cabinets at $2.00 per dozen, say the extra
picture and frame would cost an additional 25cts, through our scheme he
would get $2.75, a handsome profit on this extra picture and frame, Eh?
Of course we prefer to work this scheme through the leading photo
grapher but we are bound to work it through some one. Yes, we may
strike an irresponsible party or be may get closed up. We give no bond
that he will contiuue in business, but he will if he can, because you see
this scheme gives him better prices than he now obtains."
It is needless to say that RASMUSSEN declined to employ peddlers and
tramps to work such questionable tactics. The only means we use to
create business are:
1st. We make only the finest quality of work and that at popular prices.
21. We guarantee satisfaction.
3d. Our Gallery contains more and better instruments, back-grounds
and all appliances for making Photos, twice over, than all the other Gal
leries in the city combined.
Whenever such inducements can he offered it is unnecessary to employ
"Tramp Ticket Fakirs," but that they are now being employed here in
Rock Island is our excuse for exposing the true inwardness of the scheme.
N. E. Cor. Eighteenth Street and Second Avenue.
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.
jaaaem Hardwood, elegantly caived with treble
wans, unarcoal oiled and r.lne lined, every
part removable for
All metal shelves, air-tight locks. Improved In
terior circulation of dry cold air and first-class
These are the oki.t Refrigerators with Five
wans tor me preservation or the ice.
They are the omlt Refrigerators having the
vuwu patent nir-iigui iocks .
Tney are tne ohlt Refrigerator having the
Leonara patent soua iron shelves.
They are the olt Kef rig -rators having the
w uiuiu imicui. arcutsu center iaise not ton .
l ney are the onlt Refrigerators having the
ieonaru patent movable flues for cleaning.
They are Ihe ohi.t Refrigerators having the
Leonard improved interior circulation of dry cold
They are the onlt Refrigerators having the
Leohard patent interior const rnctijn.
Thev have st jod the test for years and are the
only Refrigerators which excel all others at every
A Might examination will convince voa of their
great superiority . We challenge the world to
produce their equal at any price.
Rook Island, Ills.
THE (ROCK ISraam ABQUS. SATURDAY, JUNE -22, 1889. . H
' W.C.T.U. BIDS FOR PIER WORK I TUESDAY'S ELECTION. I J Z . T; m I A I .
Claae f the Ooaaty Coaveatlaa at
BlollaeThe Officer fr:leted.-Re-ttlBtlons,
The Rocl. Island county W. C. T. U.
closed its innual convention at Moline
last evening with an address by Mrs.
Hoffman, of the Missouri W. 0. T. U.
The officers for the year are:
President Mrs. F. E. Johnston, of
Vice President Miss Cora Griffin, of
Secretary Mrs. Odell. of Port Byron.
Treasurer Mrs. J. W. Atkinson, of
The men bership of the union in Rock
Island county was reported to be as foN
lows: Corlova 31 ; Moline 62: Port By
ron 21 and 8 honorary ; Carbon Cliff 12
members and 5 honorary. Y's member
bership: Cordova 18; Moline 54; Goal
Valley 23; Port Byron 24 and 18 honor
ary: Rock Island 23 and 4 honorary.
The court y pledged the state work for
the cominp year $125. It was decided to
hold the 1(90 convention in the mouth of
May. Th;re were reports by Miss Mary
Mahon on her work among young women;
by Mrs. Wright on suffrage; by Mrs
Metzgar on social purity. Superinten
dents of d parlments were appointed as
Evangelistic Work- -Mrs. M. Wvlie, of
Loyal Legion- -Miss Mary Marcellus,
Scientific Temperance Mrs Elizabeth
11 un tooi, Moline.
Jviower Missions Miss Minnie Martin,
Tempert nee Camp-Meeting Miss El
la G. Taylor, Rock Island.
Unfermenled Wine Mrs Craig, Car
Jaii Woik Mrs H.Kingsbury ,Rock Is
County Fair Mrs. Trent, Port Byron
Sabbath Desecration Miss Ella Bmk,
Franchise Mrs J C Wright, Moline.
Soldiers and sailors Mrs E B Mc
Union Signal Mrs Bearby, Moline.
Narcotic Mrs Eells, Moline.
Work Among the Miners Mrs Heagy
Resolutions were adopted as follows
Whrreas, As temperance workers as
sembled in our county convention, res
viewing the successes and apparent re
verses of tie year, and through them en
deavoring to understand God's voice to
us, to more thoroughly divest ourselves
of the blinding influence ot party and
prejudice, and plant our feet more earn
eslly upoti the principles of truth and
liesoived. That our officers and super
intendents shall have better support the
coming yew man me past.
That finding no cause to recret that
we pledged influence to the parly which
would mof-t purely protect the home, we
promise our continued influence and uns
faltering 8 lpport to the prohibition pr
ty, so lone as it maintains declarations
contained in its Indianapolis convention
platform, and gladly clasp bands with
our brothers in earnest warfare against
the destroyer of the home and its bappis
That we will stand loyally by our
state orgat ization. and endorse the reso
lutions patsed at our last state conven
That we deplore the growing use
of cigarettes among the young, since it
unfits all users for education, and thus for
'control of government; and that we will
raise our voice against the use or all
tobacco in all forms, and that we will do
all in our power to exterminate the evil.
That to the citizens of Moline, and
to the loctl committee of the W. C. T.
U., who h:ive so generously opened their
hearts and homes to receive us; to the
press, whish has rendered us such valua
ble servict; to the musicians, who have
cheered u with their inspiring 60ngs; to
the Y's, w bo have so tastily decorated
our places of meeting, making them at
tractive and convenient, and to all who
have read Ted valuable service we tender
our heartfelt thanks.
Mrs. E lis urged the appointment of a
county st perintendent on hygenie and
heredity. Mrs. J. W. Stewart was ap
pointed. Mrs. Rankin made a short ad
dress on tie evil of cigarette smoking,
and on the extent of the habit among.
not only toys, but girls also. OaThurs
day evenii g Rev. W.S. Marquis delivered
an address before the convention at Y. M.
C. A. ha I, Moline. He urged the ne
eessity fcr more work for total absli
nence, ami sent up a warning against the
theory being industriously circulated of
suDstituutig light beverages, such as
beer, etc., for the stronger drinks, and
quoted fr m the Scientific American, au
thority on such matters, to show the evil
of drinkin g beer, both la a physical and
mcral set se. He denounced the use of
wine, whi:h is, be averred, being poured
out by self respecting ladies in nearly all
fashionable society gatherings in Rock
Island and Moline. He thought in con
clusion that moral suasion, while a good
thing, should be coupled with legal sua
sion in order to be effective, and for that
and othei reasons, be was a prohibi
Mrs. M. R. Metzgar then submitted ber
report of the county W. C. T. U. She
recounted the formation six years ago
In the fall of 1883 the first convention
was called in Port Byron. Only thirteen
delegates were there, and only three
unions represented Port Byron, Rock
Island anl Moline. In this convention
twelve unions are represented, with a
total membership of 300; also 156 Y's
In this convention there are fifty dele
gates. There are thirteen superintend'
ents engaged in juvenile work, in scien
tific tempt ranee instruction, flower mis
tion, social purity and many other
branches. Concluding, Mrs. Metzgar
made thit remarkable statement: "We
haven't gene into politics yet. . Poor old
Rock Islund county, we are sorry for
you pecai.se of your breweries and 125
saloons, u pon whom the anathema of the
christian vomen of the county rests, be
cause of four jail, whose doors swing to
and fro on their hinges so easily because
of constat it use; because of the manhood
of this ccunty, who will not help us rid
it of this great sin in Gad's sight, and
redeem Bock Island county from the
dreadful taralldom she is under tonight.
n,. R.int'. n, h. ntiv nnrrhaiied
the steamer Calhoun, which has been run
on the Illinois river, and abe will be put
in4he upjr river trade in order to help
oat the St. Paul in the increasing
passenger traffic of the line. She is said
to be a handsome steamer and is expected
up In a few days.
Tn Proposals ta Happy the Btane far
the Impraveaarats at Hack Island
The bids for supplying stone for work
to be done at the draw pier of the bridge
were round by Mai . JucUinnis to be as
follows, the price being per cubic yard:
W. R. Smith & Son. Otway, 6.; sands
stone; dressed, $13 78; undressed, $10 98;
for cutting; sandstone, 3 90.
Romona Oolitic Stone company, In
dianapolis, Ind.; limestone; dressed,
E. Rogers, Joliet, 111.; limestone;
dressed, $10.65; undressed, $6 90.
King & Tobin, Minneapolis, Minn.;
sandstone; dressed. $13 50; undressed.
$10 50; limestone; dressed, $11.50; un
dressed, $9.25; for cutting; sandstone,
$3.50; limestone. $3.
T. Saulpaugh & Co., Mankato. Minn
limestone; dressed, $12; undressed.
M. L. Hart, Louisiana, Mo. : limestone;
dressed, $n 35; undressed, $7.50; cut
ting; limestone, $4 50.
Sanger, Moody & Steel Stone company.
JO! let, in.; limestone; dressed. $10.30.
H. Dearborn & Son, Stone City, Iowa;
limestone; dressed, $11.70; undressed,
Widen & Petersen, Mankato. Minn. :
limestone; dressed, $12 49.
Wasioga Stone company. Dodge Cen
tre, Minn.; limestoue; dressed. $12; un
J. A. Green, Stone City. Iowa. : lime
stone; dressed, $11.
D. Reed. Bedford, Ind.; limestone:
dressed, f 13.77.
Cleveland Stone company, Berea, O.;
sandstone; dressed, $11.70; undressed,
10 2b; for cutting; sandstone, $3.80.
Ft. Madison and Appanoose Stone
company, M. Madison, Iowa; limestone;
dressed, $18 50; undressed, $15.50; for
cutting; sandstone, $4.50; limestone,
Rettiger, Bro. and comDanv. Strong
wuy, n.as.; limestone; dressed, 1.6.20.
Foster & Creighton, Nashville. Tenn.
limestone; undressed, $17 50.
Mai. McGinnis has forwarded the re-
port of the above to Washington and it
will have to return with the recommen-
dation of the war department before the
contract can be let
Messrs. E. W. Irish and J. H. Green
are in the city representing the American
Art Publishing company, of Gardner,
Mass. They purpose publishing a work
in ten parts to be called "Rock Island
Picturesque and Descriptive," similar to
publications by the same gentlemen,
which have met with so much favor in
other cities. Tbey are about completing I
a wora in Davenport of this kind, sami I
pies of which will be shown our citizens,
and these samples will speak for them
selves. The illustrations are made in the
new and elegant process of photo gravure
and will take in all of the features of
beauty and interest in and about our city.
The descriptive matter accompanying the
illustrations will treat of the history of
tha city in connection with all of its im-
portant features and advantages. Our
citizens should give their heartiest coop
eration in this matter when called upon .
A Million MtampM.
Some time ago the Cedar Rapids Oa
teiie set aoout, me work or collecting a
million cancelled postage stamps. For
these stamps the sum of $100 could be
secured and that money would place a
destitute old lady in the home for aged
women and make ber comfortable for
life. Contributions were solicited from
everybody, and they came from pretty
nearly everybody. A few days ago the
million stamps were raised, and Wednes
day the lady, Mrs. Herrington, arrived in
Cedar Rapids and was placed in the home.
She is eighty-six years of age and is per
fectly delighted with her good fortune.
The stamps continue to roll in by thous
Marshal Miller has received new har
ness for the police patrol outfit, and it
will be hung in a few days. The patral
wagon is to be furnished with a gong.
and Miller says the department will "be
up and coming" when called for in the
future. Miller is putting on metropoli
tan airs, which is tight.
The court at the police headquarters.
which Magistrate Wivill sometimes pre
sides over, has been fixed up and pro'
vided with an elevated desk and other
court room paraphernalia.
Mayor McConochie is in receipt of a
letter signed by one A. P. McCulloch, of
Brooklyn, Iowa, in which he proclaims
himself guilty of the nrost beastly and
unnatural practices imaginable, and then
proceeds to discuss politics, religion and
morality in a most irresponsible manner,
closing by saying that be may visit Rock
Island some day. If he does he will most
likely find a reception committee of the
Western Illinois White Cap society in
waiting at the depot to receive and en
Ta the tlreat Tarafeat.
Last night the following members of
the Rock Island Turner society left for
Cincinnati to attend the national turn'
fest: B Winter, J Rettick, Ed Goepel, H
Holdorf, W Dressen, R Schnecke, Rob
ert Wagner, O Theisen, Gray, J Rosen-
baum. Messrs. Holdorf and Rettick
will take part in the contests and come
home with prizes.
Kybladta'a Vmme Diaaaiaae!.
A Galesbure dispatch says that tbe
trial of the Rev. C. A. Nybladb, charged
with the paternity of Anna Anderson's
child, came to a sudden close yesterday.
the court dismissing it on the ground
that is outlawed. Tbe defense wanted it
dismissed on account of insufficient
proof and because already compromised,
but these grounds tbe court did not con
The Davenports were defeated by the
SDriDgflelds - in be third game of the
aeries, by a score of 5 to 2.
Capt Allen, of the Davenports, has
I hIuiuu! flaarinn n1 aon t -'Vallr .nil
I Strotbers borne, tbe latter being bus
BeUea Water Ceasunara.
The water rent must be paid to tbe
collector at the city clerk's office before
Jane 80, 1SB. If not paid by Jane 80.
1889, the water will be cut oft without
farther notice.' Robkbt Koehib,
Collector of Water Rents.
W. Ii. Aster Withdraws aad the Alaat-
nl Hakes Or Carter Its (Jaadidate
for the Hehool BaardCapC Br
itain and the Others.
Mr. W. L. Aster has withdrawn the
UBe of his name in connection with the
selection of members ot the board of
education, and the alumni, whose candi
date be was, is now centering its hopes
on Dr. Carter, who, with Mr. Aster, has
been the choice of the association from
the first. Capt. Durham is continually
gaining strength as a candidate, and his
election as well as that of Dr. Carter for
the long term.is now practically assured.
But Mr. Aster's withdrawal has
complicated the situation as to the
short term considerably, and while
Mr. W. S. Knowlton is being strongly
urged, and would make a most excellent
member, there is a general feeling such
a ticket would, to some extent, at least,
ignore the upper end of town, and this
sentiment prevailing, there is a move
ment afloat to induce some democrat to
The Union of this morning advances
the idea that "common equity requires
that the two full terms shall be filled by
one republican and one democrat, as
when Messrs. Relmers and Durham were
elected," a sentiment which we cheer
fully endorse, and the same sense of jus
tice demands that Mr. Yore's successor
be as he was.a democrat in order that the
political equality characteristic of the
board for some lime and until Mr. Yore
resigned, be continued. Thus it is, and
without the least discourtesy to Mr.
Knowlton, that the Argus holds that a
democrat should be elected for the short
The Argus would be glad to support
Mr. Sears for the short term, but he
could not consistently run. Mr. EJwin
Ward has been suggested and if he will
be a candidate, would be elected.
Mr. C. J. Lark in is also being pressed
as a candidate for the long term.
The Fairy Operalta.
The fairy operatta,"The Golden Hair,
to be given at Harper's theatre, under
the direction of Miss Helen G. Tripp,
Friday and Menday evenings, promises
not only to net a good sum for a worthy
purpose the high school piano fund
but to be an entertainment of real merit.
and consequently to be heartily enjoyed
One hundred and twenty-five children
are to take part, and thirty adults as
fairies, elves and other spirits, and tbe
most prominent feature will be the drills
and dances and the chorus; while Miss
Tripp has been fortunate in securing the
services of Miss Hilman Ohlin, of Au-
austana college, whe will impersonate
the queen the leading part.
Try Quaker rolled oats.
Light flannel suits in all colors at
Lloyd & Stewart's.
No family can afford to be without
Quaker rolled oats.
Straw hats cheaper than ever; must go
at Lloyd & Stewart's.
The finest thing in the world for break
fast is Quaker rolled oats.
AU tbe flrstclass hotels dish up Quaker
rolled oats for breakfast
A new line of vests just received this
morning at Lloyd & Stewart's.
A dish of Quaker rolled oats at break
fast will make you feel well all day.
Anything in gent's summer wear can
be bad at Lloyd & Stewart's popular bat
Mrs. J. tr. Munger and children re
turned last evening from their visit to
No well regulated family or hotel will
be without Quaker rolled oats after hav
ing used it.
The firm of Kramer & Bleuer. blank
book manufacturers, have decided to
move to Moline.
Mrs C. H. Bashforth and children left
this morning for Brigzsville, for an ex
Mra. J. T. Wolff and child, of An
na. III., is visitinz ber parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Conn.
This afternoon 'Squire Hawes joined
J. M. Wells and Miss Minnie Behensee
both of Rock Island.
Yesterday Justice Hawes married Jo
seph A. Zost, of Dixon, and Miss Laura
Thode, of Plainview, Iowa.
Mrs. Boswell, the greatest gipsy for
tune teller In the west, is at 1517 Fourth
avenue, until July 31; 4 to 9 p. m
Capt. J. B. Davis has leased the well
known Channon homestead on Twenty
third street and is preparing to occupy it
There are rumors in the air of an ap
Broaching 20,000 breach o: promise
suit, in which Rock Island and Milan
will be mutually interested.
Mr. Isaac Ochs, of Arkansas City
Kansas, and two children, are visiting
the family of A. Loeb. Mr. Loeb and
Mrs. Ochs are brother and sister.
From the appearance of a number of
mysterious posters stuck up during the
past two nigbts, there apparently exists
in Rock Island a branch of a society
known for its opposition to a certian re
Samuel Webb will leave Monday for
Pittsburg to represent the Rock Island
factory in the convention of the window
glass, workers of tbe United States and
Canada. He will visit Ottawa and
Streator en route.
Ex-Mayor Thomas Murdock arrived
this morning from Kansas City, hi bid
having been accepted in a contract re
quiring 700,000 brick there.and he will re
turn to that city at once. He says from
the results of the test of the Bardolph
brick appearing in the Anaus of Thurs
day, it is one of the best paving bricks
he baa jet heard of.
Congressman Gest, of Rock Island,
will remain in Washington ten days or
weeks longer. Within that time
Congressman Payson, of Pontiac, will
arrive . Congressman Cannon is on hand
and will continue so. "The commission
of Mr. Wilcox is already signed by the
president," said Judge Gest today, "and
tbe new official will take hold the 1st
proximo." Jnter-moecm special.
I like my wife to use Pouoci's Com
plexion Powder because it improves her
looks and is as fragrant as violets.
Ta the Waleh Tawer.
Cars run to Black Hawk's Watch
Tower -every thirty minutes on Sunday
afternoons and holidays, and spcial
trains to accommodate' picnic parties.
Telephone to the street car barn to com
plete arrangements for special trains.
Mrs. Sotelle, the celebrated natural
seer, has removed to the Peal hotel, Mo
line, where she can be consulted from 9
m. to 10 p. m. Also receives on sun-
Hotles to Dog- Owners.
All dog owners are notified that the
tax is due and should be paid forthwith.
Checks may be had at the marshal's office
or of any policeman.
JPhil. Miller, City Marshal.
Fourteen dry lots on four years time,
with six percent per annum, to any one
wishing to build this summer.
Ask some friend about Pond's extract
for pain. Try it for any inflammation or
hemorrhages. Ask your druggist for the
genuine. Refuse imitations.
The popular blood purifier, . Hood's
Sarsaparilla, is having a tremend ous sale
this season. Nearly everybody takes it.
Try it yourself.
FRIDAY AND MONDAY,
June 28th and Jclt 1.
The Fairy Operetta,
For thb BENinr or the
HIGH SCHOOL PIANO FUND.
125 Children and 30 Adults
As Fairies, Elveg and Spirits.
Qneen Mioa Hilma Oblln
yueen'e Bard John Pirritt
Uolden Hair Mies Amy Knox
The Bears J Arthur flue.
Pianist Mrs. Frank kobinso'n
Central Scarf Dancers Min Claire Gilmore
. t I Mia Myra Bear.
Mr. Geo. E. Lambert, Misses El 'a Wilcox, Ag-
ne ana Anna Bixny, Annie Stafford and Mr.
C. M. Carlstedt. of Moline.
Two Cornations, Scarf Dances. Mili
tary Drill, Bears in Character of Hun
ters, (Comic), Large Choruses.
Admission AdnlU S5 cent: Chl'rli-en is unt.
ovaia uu aie i viemann saizmann.
Room and Picture
Cord Nails & Hooks,
At the very Lowest
Call and see.
C. C. Taylor
Under Rock Island Bonae.
in the three cities is
B. BerMef s,
Ice Cream made from pnre Cream
and flavored with the popular
flavors. A trial ot this cream
will convice all that it can
not be excelled
Picnics, Sociables and Parties
.of all kinds, furnished on ,.
.- short notice.
Trefz & Co.,
No. 2223 Fourth Avenue.
The Ice Cream made at this establish
lishment is from pure cream and
is flavored with all the dif
fiFPicnics, Parties and Sociables fur
nished on short notice,
Candies, Cigars and Tobacco.
Give us a cail.
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,
9 i cents per yard.
LAWN TENNIS SUITINGS.
A fair assortment of theae popular
10 cents per yard.
In handsome plaids.
New arrivale in French Satines at low
Hock Island. Illinois.
A Mammoth Stock
I i , I' yj
bill isIL I sc
LARGER THAN EVER:
and three times as large as
this city can be seen
CLEM ANN &
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. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth St, under Commercial
3fFirt claaa Inenrance at lowest rates.
The following are among
A nice brick rcsHence with pood improvements
lot 17Jz 215, cheap on easy terms.
One of the best money making reetvnrants and
boarding houses in the city nest C. K. & P. de
pot, well located 6or any kind of business
A pood boilding, with store 18x2, a id 1 rooms,
counters, shelving, etc.. on first flooi, and 8 rooms
above; water np and down stairs, sood cellar,
barn, etc.. lot 35x 150, well located for business,
tipper part of 4th aveenne; cheap.
A eood proaertv. 1 story, lot ) bv ISO. well lo-
cfted on Secon avenne, between lMu aud 16th
street, for ono kind of business; cheap.
One of tbe best located three story brick stores
onSecone avenne; cheap.
One of the best paying meat markets in the city
brick buildings, good location.
$2,50 PER GALLON,
KOHN fe ADLER'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK, : : ; ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
BOOTS and SHOES
The Lowest Prices
in tbe three cities. It will be a mistake to bjjy 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 .
tSiT'Call and see us. '.,
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE. 1818 Becond Avenue.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE, PIONEER SHOE STORE,
2829 Fifth Avenue. 1713 Second Avenue.
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 per yard.
Beautiful assortment of Satines at
12 cents per yard.
Best quality shown in this vicinity
at the price.
Dnuble Fold Cashmeres
10 cents per yard.
any other establishment in
at the popular store of
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
the many bargains offered :
A fine large house with all modern improve
ments, good barn, trees, etc , S acre of land, fins
location, lust ontside the city
limits near the
streetcars; coeap,easy terms.
A new bouse, eight rooms, barn, trees, e'e, lot
60xtM; within five blocks of poetofflce; a (Teat
Two story dwellinp, six rooms, good well, cis
tern and cellar, large barn, acre of land, within
a few steps of Milan streetcars, at a bargain.
A neat brick bo se with a large lot for $2,000,
convenient to upper saw mills and depot
Large hrirk house, well located, on Fourth ave.
lot 00x150, for sale cheap.
A new two story house, six rooms, good cellar,
well and cistern, larce lot, with nice trera, fruit
and shrubbery, well located on Mth sL, very cheap