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THE CROCK ISYSranD ARGTTSi TUESDAY, JUKE 25, 1889.
. .ai to day a. m. at 9
it P4C ntlv 800 curtain polea, 4c
.Aoct 2t(!mr A'.iirect special attention
h. department, In which we
re overloaded, especially on
'" hamMnade linen antique, and
Z-t trimmed curtains. The
-did 1141 i. for three davs oolv.
X .rtin 8ie Will Cliuuuuv ... Two.
TW,f .. 4c Bfter Wednesday night.
J.niade antique lace curtains
CI worlh Ili OO; at $4.50. worth
t V (7 50. worth 11.00; at $9 00,
I' 1 ' 1 1 j
llflP. ... i.mn.l.. medicl lace curtains at
A!1D" . u- m 12. worth $16; at
g;;;h?i7.5o; m $20
,1 lines of less expensive curtains
, lrtrie will be offered this week
J ' .'1 ..inRtions.
pierti Oriental luce flouncing, full
JJrhe 18c 1"T yard- MstCh U
The continued cool weather has left us
with a big stock of infants' and childrens
lace caps and bonnets, away beyond what
we snouia bare in last daya of June.
We break the price for this week to make
short work of overstock.
A big lot lace bonnets, were 14c. start
them Monday at Sc each.
Another lot that were 24c down to 10c.
4 dozen nice ones left, were 38c,
this week at 21c
Other lots at 14c. 22c, 25c. 34c. 60c
and 57c, that show a mark down of 33
per cent. Assortment may be broken
after early part of week, call early.
On Monday at 9 o'clock. 1 case (36
dozen) ladies' gauze vests at 7c each. We
have sold the same goods this year at
We throw down the gauntlet this week
on plain china silks. 12 different colors,
33c per yard, you will find them no where
else at this price.
Jinothrr l't. finer quality, same width.
v . .iruae for above cuts except the continued cool and rainy weather, we are
"j , unload, and we are satisfied that to do so, we must mike prices to interest
)lU . linn buyers. We think best to make our sharpest cuts now, while there are
' uj buyers, rather tnan to wait until tbe close or the season, as is usual.
1714. 1716. 1718. 1720 and 1723 Hkcond Avknuk. Rock Island.
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
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
ii.I and by buying of us now you can get it at manufacturers'
twTRemember the place,
KINGSBURY & SON,
1705 Secend Avenue.
AN ODD SCHEIE
We were approached a few daya ago to become a party to
urheme which was explained to na in the following language:
"We (tbe schemers) will place a half dozen men in your city and will
nit every house, offering for sale a ticket costing the purchaser 25 cents.
This will entitle tbe bolder any time 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
picture you can represent as worth $4. f 5 or J6; 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, yes, the public will bite at worse than this.
But its 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, they 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 tbe leading photo
grapher but we are bound to work jt through some one. Yes, we may
utrike an Irresponsible party or he may get closed up. We give no bond
that be will continue in business, but be will if he can, because you see
tli is scheme gives him better prices than he now obtains."
It is needless to say that RASMUSSEN declined to employ peddlers and
tramps to wohk 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.
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 io the city combined.
Whenever such Inducements can be offered it is unnecessary to employ
"Tmmp Ticket Fakirs," but that they are now being employed here in
Kock Mand 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
A. Cry tmr Improve Wire Mervlee
from 1Taxpeete Hourre Con
cratlatloan. With just thai same spirit of gratifica
tion and joy that the Arous would have
welcomed Kip Van Winkle back to life
after bis long s eep bad opportunity of
fered.doea it rejoice in the resuscitation of
its morning contemporary and its awak
ening this morn ng on the subject of the
fire departmen After contending all
these years tha. Rock Island needed no
better fire department, that for discipline
and efficiency the Rock Island depart
ment in its present condition was "su
perior to any pi.id department." etc., the
morning paper acknowledges at last,
there are imptovements that could be
made, and suegests a proper system of
This is one of tbe preliminary move
ments to a moie efficient service,
that tbe Arous has contended for all
the time, and vbile the AROUS believes
in encouraging t he firemen in every way
possible the alarm however being not
so much of an encouragment to the fire
men as a matter of convenience and ben
efit to all property owners and certain
ly favors treatir tt the different companies
with uniform coasideration.it does not en
dorse the city's providing improvements
other than such as are permanent. The
electric alarm comes under that bead, but
the expenditure of funds for the volun
teer companies does not.
The Arous insists that while tbe volun
teers should re encouraged in every
movement that ooks to their efficiency,
that the best coirse would be to disband
the entire department and provide three
paid companies, and this will eventually
be done. In th meantime, let us further
every project that tends in that direction
and the electric alarm is one, and until
the city does ptt itself under disciplined
service let the bjys have their horses and
other improved 'quipments for manifestly
they have better ideas of what leads to
efficiency than tbe city itself has.
Meeting of th County Central Com
mittee Npxt Mamrday.
The special election for state's attorney
is waking ud the politicians of both par
ties. The republican county committee
met a short tinm since and issued a call
for a count conyention. Already four
candidates have announced themselves on
the republican fide, and the contest over
the nomination promises to be full of
spirit and vim. The democrats, with
their usual m idesty, have not been
in such a hirry to take action aa
their republican friends, but they never
theless propose to do their level best to
elect a democra ic state's attorney. With
this end in view tbe following call has
Pock Island. June 25.
All members of tbe Democratic county
central committee are requested to meet
at tbe Rock IsUnd bouse in this city on
Saturday, June 29th, at 10 a. m., to take
action relative to the special election for
state's attorney. By order of
Gico. W. Vinton. Chm n.
II. E. Castei u Sec'y.
The H rret Railways.
Supt. Henry Schnitger. of the Holmes
syndicate, has returned from Chicago,
where he arranged with the Calumet Car
company for th j obviating of the difficul
ties in the opening cars already received
in an equal number yet to come. New
springs have lx en received for the four
teen cars that have arrived and they
will be put in condition for use as fast as
Mr. Schnitgtr also learned from Mr
Holmes, who seems to have been strug
gling against misfortune of late, that new
machinery has been provided to replace
that destroyed in tbe Cambria works at
Johnstown, where tbe rails used by the
syndicate are manufactured, and that
several car loads are already on the track
and others will be ready in a few days
for the tri-city lines. The extensions
will be made it this city at once while
some much needed repairs on the Union
line here and on Third street in Daven
port, will be m ide at tbe same time.
Supt. 8chnit;;er feels more encouraged
now than he ht.s for some time, and be
lieves that inside of a month he will have
his bridge road and all connecting lines
in tbe tri-cities in harmonious operation
Call and make your selections from the Largest stock,
the Newest Patterns and Lowest prices.
Tbe tarhool Election.
The school election is progressing with
much more interest than is generally
manifested at the polls at such times.
The contest between Dr. Carter and Mr
D. J. Sears is quite spirited and as we go
to press chances seem to be even between
these two gentlemen. The total vote
cast at 8 o'cloci reached within a few of
800, while the balloting promises to con
tinue until the polls close, and the total
is likely to be tbe largest ever polled by
closing time tt night.
One fact is i pparent and it is one that
is verv cratify ing to the Argus it is the
entire absence of anything like rivalry
between the two political parties. There
seems to be a particular motive back of
those who are most strongly supporting
Mr. Sears and with them every conceiv
able means is being resorted to, to insure
A lew Dioeese.
It is learned from a thoroughly reliable
source that thu Roman Catholic arcbdio
cese of Chicago Is soon to be divided, the
northwestern counties or me state iorm
ins a new dioc ese. There has been some
talk of tbis m jve me last nau aozen
years, but theie is now every reason to
believe that it will be but a short time
until the oroDOsed chance is made. The
new diocese will cover this congressional
district and will probably extend beyond
Rock river on the soutb. Kockiora win
be the largest city in the new diocese, and
it is orobable .hat the bishop's residence
will be established there. As to that,
however, notl ing definite is known, and
wbo the new bishOD will be can only be
coniectured. It is probable that be will
be chosen from among the priests of the
present arch-c iocese.
W Mher Freeat.
TJ. B. SiaNAi. Ornca, I
DavenDort.Iowa.JiUM 25. 1
For the ne::t24 hours for Illinois, fair,
warmer; for Iowa, showers, stationary
CHURCH CELEBRATION .
Tne Religion Jnbtlee la the Woods
The celebration of tbe twenty-fifth an
niversary of the German Lutheran
church, of Hampton, Sunday, partook of
the nature of a genuine religious jubilee.
Three coach loads went up from Rock
Island on the C, B. & Q., and these peo-
pe who represented tbe churches here
and at Davenport were met at Barstow by
farmers with conveyances and driven to
the woods near Hampton where the ser
vices took place, fully two thousand par
The morning services were conducted
for the most part by Rev. A. D. Grief.of
Davenport; wbo also preached a power
ful sermon from Psalm ixxxvii.
In the afternoon the Rev. . Heine-
mann. or Oeneseo, preached, and bis
text was from Phllhppiana i:3-6. The
choirs of the Rock Island and Geneseo
churches sang several selections, and all
hymns were accompanied by an orches
tra from Davenport. A collection was
taken up to pay tbe small debt which
rests upon the church property. Tbe
visitors were most hospitably treated by
the Hampton congregation. who furnished
three meals free of charge, and towards
evening drove them to Barstow again in
time for the train for Rock Island.
The Hampton congregation was organ
ized in 1864 with thirty members. The
trustees at that time, who still live there,
were Messrs. A. Schultz, F. Oltmann, J.
Oltmann. The present number of mem
bers is seventy. Many have moved to
other places or the congregation would
number many more at present. The
church was built in 1864 and entirely
renovated in 1889. The value of prop-,
erty, church, schoolhouse, cemetery and
parsonage is $10,000.
The first minister was C. A. Selle.now
professor at Addison, III. When he de
parted, C. A. Mennicke, now of this city,
was called. He was followed by the
Rev. F. Doescber. who remained about
ighteen months and was succeeded by
the Rev. F. Gruber, now in Orion, Neb.
He was followed by Rev. L. Winter, the
present pastor, who has now officiated in
that capacity for eighteen years.
0u. Harney's Trowem.
1 have beard my futlior say (he served
untlur Harney in the Seminole war and also
tn Mexico that ho was the biggest, strongest,
most powerful soldier that has T7orn a uni
form since Frederick the Great. He was a
giant in stature, a Hercules in strength. His
powers of endurance were phenomenal. In
the Seminole war he once went without food
for four days and nights, and at the end of the
timo took Bill Bowlegs, whom bad he caught
him in the swamps, by the nape of the neck
and threw him a distance of ton feet. The
savage had an old bayonet pointed at his
heart at the time.
Another time, when surrounded by In
dians, he cleaved his way through them with
sword, and when their arrows bad him
weakened aud almost helpless by loss of
blood, be made a final rush, and, seizing one
savage, hurled him against another with such
force that both were disabled. That same
night be swam three miles, trudged nine
miles through a swamp, and finally reached
an outpost in safety.
Indians were nlways afraid of Harney. He
could shoot an urrow better than they. He
was a dead shot with a rille, and when it
came to physical violence, something that an
Indian has no taste for, he could throw their
mightiest athletes about like so many rubber
bails. It was no trick at all fur him to knock
truculent savage down with one band, and
with the other take his mate, lift him clear
off the ground and dauce bis legs over his
fallen comrada The Indians up about Fort
Snelling, when Harney was a captain at that
post, used to call him "Thunder Bull ' who
roared like thunder and was stronger than a
The old general was, even in 1SCI, when he
retired from the service, the finest looking
man in the army. He was six feet four
inches and built like an athlete.--Sin Frau-
Fireworks at cost at Taylor's.
Clairvsyanr. ... - - -v -'
Mrs. Sotelle has returned to the Com
mercial hotel, room 2 and parlor, where
she can be consulted from 9 a. m. to 10
Impurities of the blood often cause
great annoyance at this season; Hood s
Sarsaparilla purifies the blood and cures
all such affections.
Modern Houses For Bale
On monthly installments by Guyer &
FRIDAY AND MONDAY,
June 28th and Jolt 1.
The Fairy Operetta,
HIGH SCHOOL PIANO FUND. ..
125 Children and 30 Adults
As Fulries, Elves and Spirits.
How m Oreat Canllnal IMeil.
I was walking in the new apartment of his
palace when 1 beard, owing to the noise
which his slippers made, that Cardinal Maz
arin was coining. I hid myself behind the
tapestry, and I heard him speaking aloud.
Ah! I must leave all this," and he halted at
every step, he was so weak, looking on one
side, then on the other. Glancing at the ar
ticles which struck him most he exclaimed,
sighing from the bottom of bis heart:
must leave all this. 1 bad so much trouble
in acquiring these things, aud I leave them
with regret. 1 shall not see them any more
where I am going to." I sighed heavily, so
that he beard me. "'Wlio is there?" ho said.
"It is I," I replied. "I was waiting here to
speak to your eminence of an important let
ter." "Come, he said, in a piteous tone he
was only attired in a furred dressing gown.
with a nightcap on bis bead; "give me your
band; I am very weak."
He would not let me speak to him on busi
ness. "l am no longer In a tit state," said
he; "speak to the king and do what he says.
Look at this beautiful Correggio, this Venus
by Titian, and this incomparable picture of
the Flood by, Caraccio. I must leave all
these. Adieu, my dear pictures, which I have
liked so much, and which have cost me so
much money I" Four or five days
before bis death the cardinal had himself
shaved and bis mustache curled. He was so
thoroughly smothered with paint that he
never looked so white and so pink. Be then
took a turn in tbe garden in bis sedan chair,
whereby he accelerated his death, which
drew from the courtiers the heartless remark
that hypocrite be lived and a hypocrite
be died." Count de Brienne s Memoirs.
Noises and Nerves.
The most sensitive, delicate and easily in
jured parts of the human system are the
nerves. These can never become so accus
tomed to incessant strain as to escape injury.
That which is unpleasant to the senses
always and, so far as tbe sense of hearing is
concerned, discordant noises always are in
jurious to the nerves. Tha yelling of steam
whistles, the hiss of steam pipes, the rattle and
clash of wheels on stone covered streets, the
rumble of street cars, the clangor of bells, the
howling of hucksters, keep up a condition in
which a healthful nervous system of natural
strength and sensitiveness is impossible. And
there is not one of these agencies that is not
suppressed more or less completely in most of
tbe great cities of the world.
In Berlin heavy wagons cannot run on cer
tain streets. In Paris any carload of rat
tling material must be fastened until it can
not rattlo. Munich allows no bells on street
can. In Philadelphia church bells have been
held a nuisance in co-tain neighborhoods by
judicial ruling. Steam whistles are forbid
den in nearly all the larger cities of this coun
try, and most of these noises in our advanced
stage of civilization are utterly unnecessary,
Clocks and watches are now so cheap and
plentiful that steam whistles and bells to de
note the time are useless. Why should not
all useless noises, and nearly all are useli
be suppressed 1 American Analyst.
Light or dark blue, gray, brown, bot
tie green, purple and lilac dress coats are
coming in rage in London, with metal or
No less than four doctors will be al
wavs on duty at the Paris exhibition, and
will be f onnd. when wanted, at the fixed
points at which it has been arranged to
Qneen ..Mies Hilmn Hhiin
Queen's Bard John PerriU
Golden Hair x. .Miss Amy Knox
l . Collins,
The Bears 1 Arffiur Oue.
. . . f Eddie Fryslneer.
rianist Mrs. Prsnk Rnhinarin
Central fccart Dancers 1 Mine Claire Gilmore
. 1 Miss Mvra Bear.
Mrs. Geo. E Lambert, Misses Ela Wilcox, Ae-
nes and Anns Bixby, Annie Stafford and Mr.
C. M. Carlsledt, of Mollne.
Two Cornations. Scarf Dances. Mili
tary Drill, Bears in Character of Hun
ters, (Comic), Large Choruses.
Admission Adnltn Stft rpntu- ChiMnn r.m.
seaia on aaie at Niemann A Salzmann.
Saturday and Sunday,
June 28. 29 and 30.
8atnmav. June 29th Inst nrvfnna tn h. I
there will be a Balloon ascension and Parachote
Admission 25 cents,
Game called at 8:80 p. m.
Eat Quaker rolled oats and live al-
Get your crockery and glassware
The greatest food of the present age
Quaker rolled oats.
Go and see the "Three Bears" at Har
per's theatre Friday evening.
Ex-Supervisor H. O.Norton, of Hamp
ton wan in the ritv todav.
Choice raspberries, blackberries and HARPEK'S THEATRE.
strawberries as F. G. Young's.
Nice California peaches, apricots, yel
low and red bananas, at Boro's, under
Davenport has decided to follow the
lead of Rock Island, and to pave with
Remember that Loosley always has a
full line of Mason's fruit jam and jelley
Secure your seats at once for the fairy
entertainment at Harper's theatre next
Mrs. A. M. Nichol, returned mis
sionary, lectures in tbe TJ. P. church to
night oa Egypt.
The children cry for it, grown people
demand it and everybody wants it
Quaker rolled oats.
"Golden Hair and tbe Three Bears,"
the great entertainment at Harper's tbea
tre Friday evening.
Marshal Miller and Officer Cary
gathered in a wagon load of tramps on
tbe levee this morning.
Wanted A woman to act as cook, and
o general housework. Mrs. G. L. Eys
ter, 1109 Second avenue.
Capt. W. H. 'Pierce, is now acting as
captain and pilot of the government
boat Louise on the rapids.
Misses Gertie and Bertha Eckhardt, of
Edgington, returned home this morning
after a week's visit with Miss Carrie
Mr. Morris Rosenfield has purchased at
West Liberty a handsome four-yearold
Shetland pony for the use of his son,
If inconvenient to call you can now
telephone H. F. Cordes furniture estab
lisbment, as he has telephone connections.
Lost A child's brown silk cloak on
Second avenue, between Tenth and Sev
enteenth. Reward paid. Leave at the
Those who have not voted for school
directors, should not fail to do so before
the polls close. Durham and Carter is the
ticket to vote.
Found In a Moline & Rock Island
street car, a gold bracelet. Owner may
have same by proving property and pay
ing for this notice.
Tbe little ones are all in a great fever
of excitement waiting to see tbe enter
tainment of tbe "Golden Hait and the
Three Bears" next Friday evening.
Tbe window casings, cornice and roof
of tbe county lail building are being
neatly painted, tbe firm of Rabe, Heita
hends and Lewis having tbe contract.
Mrs. Elizabeth Harper returned from
the annual commencement exercises of
Chester, Pa., military academy, her sons,
T. J. and Stewart, returning with ber.
Messrs. Morris Rosen field and J. S
Gilmore, of this city, and John W. Good,
of Moline, occupied a box and witnessed
the great Derby race at Chicago Satur
Dodgers are already on tbe streets for
the twenty-sixth annual tour of the great
Forepaugh show, which will visit Rock
Island this year in all its heretofore uns
A gentleman from St. Louis states
more pools are sold at the St. .Louis
pool rooms on the Inster-State league
tban on either tbe National league or
Mr. B. T. Cable and family left for
Kentucky last evening. There tbey will
be ioined by Hon. Geo. A. Castleman and
wife, of S Louis, and tbe party sails
for Europe the latter part of July to be
abroad until next May.
a. ii. Hampton, or f ourtn avenue
and Ninth streets, dishes up the finest
ice cream in tbe city, and can furnish
public and private parties, picnics, etc,
with ice cream in any quantity. Cigars
and confectionery, cakes and pies always
The Davenport base ball association is
preparing to make tbe occasion of the
visit of the Springfields Saturday a far
ticularly attractive one at the Davenport
park, having arranged for a balloon as
cension and parachute drop to occur im
mediately before tbe game.
At the meeting of the street and alley
committee and tbe city attorney yester
day, the contract with Atkinson & Olof
for the paving of Second auenue, while
drawn, it was left for tbe kind of brick
Galesburg or Bloomington to be fixed
later on .
Hon. Bill Crawford was in town talk
ing politics today. It is understood that
William, who first promised that one
term in tbe legislature would appease his
appetite for political prominence and
then asked and received another, ie al
ready casting his anchor to the windw ard
for the senatorial nomination.
This morning a woman from Rock Is
land was making inquiries at different
places for her daughter, who, judging
from reports, is inclined to be rather
wild. It seems that in company with
Borne other bale girls well met, she -visited
Washington Garden, and has not yet
reached her maternal domicile. Thus
the anxiety evinced regarding her where
abouts. Davenport lime.
The excitement at Galena must be in
tense if the following story be true: Miss
Fannie Stillman gave a lemon party to a
large number of her friends last evening.
Miss Annie Greene, finding the largest
number of seeds in one lemon, was
awarded tbe first prize; Miss Jennie Fow
ler won tbe second prize by being tbe
nearest guesser to the total number of
seeds, and Miss Lida Webb was awarded
the booby prize for being the poorest
guesser. Harry Crooks, Sam Smith and
Frank Stillman constituted the squeezing
-Offer new and desirable Goods this week at Low prices
Fair quaMty, Gold Heads, 26 inch,
Elegant new assortment of ERENCH SATTEENS, In very attractive
designs and colorings.
In Ebony, Walnut and Cherry, Brass Fixtures, Brass Rings, Brass
Ends, everything complete,
25 CENTS EACH,
tyStacks of other desirable Goods at LOWEST PRICES.
Hock Island, Illinois.
A Mammoth Stock
Room and Picture
Cord Nails & Hooks,
At the very Lowest
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1ARGER THAN EVER:
Call and see.
and three times as large as any other establishment in
this city can be seen at the popular store of
CLEiYlANN & SALZMANU.
They buy direct from the Manufacturers, thus saving the
wholesale dealers' profits and are enabled to command the
C.C. Taylor No-1525 and 1527 Seeond Ave"
Under Rock Island Hone.
in the three cities is
Four tli Ave.
Ic Cream made from pore Cream
and flavored with the popular
flavors. A trial of thia cream
will convice all that it can
not be excelled.
Picnics, Sociables and Parties
of all kind, f arnlehed on
The only Double Front Store in Rock Island.
Geo. Wr. D. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth St, under Commercial Hotel,
OfPirst-clag Incnrance at lowest rates.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
The following are among the many bargains offered:
A nice brick real lence with eood imnrovementa
lot 173x215, cheap on easy terms.
One of the best monev makine retitnraiiti and
boarding house in the city near C. K. A P. de
pot, well located 6or any kind of1osiness
A (rood building, with store 18x32. a d S rooms.
counters, shelving, etc.. on first flooi, and S rooms
above; water up and down stairs, eood cellar.
Darn, etc.. lot X5X15U. well located for business,
upper part of 4th aveenue; cheap.
A (rood propertT, 1 storr. lot SO bv 15ft. well lo-
cnea on secon avenui
street, forono kind of I
between 15th and 16th
One of the best located three storv brick stores
onSecone avenue; cheap.
One of the best Davine meat markets in the citv
brick buildings, good location.
A fine large honse with all modern Improve
ment, good barn, trees, etc , S acres of land, flu
location. Just outside the city limit near the
street cars ; cheap,eaay terms.
A new bouse, eight rooms, ham, trees, e'e, lot
SOxiM; within five blocks of postofflce; a rsat
Two story dwelling, six rooms, good well, cis
tern and cellar, large barn, H acre of land, witaia
a few steps of M ilan street cars, at a bargain.
A neat brick ho- se with a large lot for $2,000,
convenient to upper saw mills and depot
Large hrirk honse, well located, on Fourth ave.
lot 6UX150, for sale cheap.
A new two story house, six rooms, good cellar,
well and cinern. large lot, with nice trees, fruit
and shrubbery, well located on S4tb St., very cheap
Trefz & Co.,
No. 2223 Fotjeth Avenue.
$2,50 PER GALLON,
KOHN & ADLER'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK. : : ; ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Tbe Ice Cream made at this establish
lisbment is from pure cream and
is flavored with all the dif
OTicnicB, Parties and Sociables fur
nished on short notice,
Candies, Cigars and Tobacco.
Give us a cail.
SECURED BY FIRST MORTGAGE
Always on hand for Bale at 6&
and 7 per cent to investor.
BOOTS and SHOES
The Largest Stock,
Trie Lowest Prices
in the three cities. It will be a mistake to buy before
you see our bargains.
Fourteen dry lota on four years time,
with six percent per annum, to any one
wishing to build this summer.
Interest Collected without
Erery effort made to handle
only choice investments.
Call or write for details.
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 .
2grCall 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.
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