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the crock wnraoro .AUGim Tuesday, a uly a is9.
We have made a purchase of excep
tional values in summer corsets which we
now place on the market at prices to at
tract Immediate attention.
25 dozen extra quality gauze summer
corsets bought to sell for 68c we have
decided to sell at 47c.
Another lot. 20 dozen, extra fine,
double strength, with satteen strips over
each bone, made to sell for $1.25, we
shall at 87c each.
We have also closed a contract with
the Schilling Corset Co. of Detroit. Mich.
tr another 50 dozen of the Schilling
Health Preserving Corsets, with woven
wire elastic side sections, at a price
which will enable us to continue the Rule
of these celebrated corsets at 85c. This
has been our cut price for some time,
and we have bad threatened litigation
for several months, to force us to put the
prices bank to $1 25. with refusals to fill
our orders etc., but e are now rein
forced with this additional 50 dozn, and
while they last the price will be as stated.
85c, 85c, 85c. 8,T
We shall sell this week two styles of
corsets at 51k: each, equal in value to
dolUr corsets elsewhere.
The ensien a perfert moulded shape,
with elastic sides, and the No. 44. a light
weight srtip corsets, perfect fitting, well
worth fl.OM anywhere, our price 5ic.
Remember over 1,000 dozen choice bargains in Handkerchiefs from cheapest
1714, 1716. 1718. 1720 and 1723 Skcond Aventje. Rock Island.
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, July 9 and 10.
Regular price. 7fc.
All late styles. These prices are for these days only.
KINGSBURY & SON,
170.') Secend Avenue.
In competition with the Leading Refrigerators of the
United States received the highest award for economy
of ice, using oxly 12.17 as ranch ice as its best corapet
itorand9.17 as much as one of its would be competitors.
possesses the only provision chamber free from odors, produces a dry
cold air which no ohter can equal, and has prewrd rre-b meats tliree
weeks in tiio hottest weather. Produces better results with less ice
than any other Refrigerator. The flues of the
do not require cleaning as do other makes, being perfectly and scien
tifically constructed, the cold dry air by constant circulation keeps it
sweet and clean. The best made, best finished and handsomest Re
frigerator in the market. There are more ALASKA Refrigerators in
use in R ick Island than all others.
WILLARD BAKER & CO.,
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 priceB.
and elaborate Swiss and India linon em
broideries just opened, full 45 rc
wide for skirtings. Embroidery all oTcr
of the most elegant designs at
50c, 62c 0c-
Ditto, ditto with tucking embroidery
and hem stitched at f 1 12 P 7A-
Compare values, and you will see a
saving of 80 to 37 J per cent,
40 pieces muslin flouncing; embroider
ies from 10 to 12 inches wide extraordi
nary value 25c a yard. See them before
A lot of all over-tuckinea with lace
stripes, unusal values and very desiras
b!e at 50c, 58c, 62c, and 84c a yard.
We shall sell this week for advert! sing
purposes, 25 dozen. 12$ cent fancy border
handkerchiefs at 6c. 18 dozen very nice.
15c ones at 7c. 33 dozen white and col
ored embroidered, 25c handkerchiefs at
20 dozen gents pure linen, all white
hem stitched handkerchiefs, 25c quality
at 18c each. These prices are designed
to liven up our handkerchief department,
which embraces over 1,000 dozen of the
best bargains in all grades of handker
chiefs we have ever shown. It will pay
vou to look them over.
Clearing price 48c.
FOR ROCK ISLAND,
Opposite Harper House.
Knrllnent Tkis Par.
Thf Rock Island count; teachers' in
stitute is getting Into working shape at
the tigh school building under County
Supt. Southwell's direction, though the
non-arrival of Principal Ray, of Hyde
Park, has interfered with plans consider
ably. Mr. Ray is detained by illness and
is expected tomorrow. In the meantime
Principal Bishop is occupying the places
on tie programme reserved for Mr.
Ray's studies. Supt. Hatch, of the Mo:
line schools, was a visitor at the institute
Up to noon today the following had
enrolled as members of the institute:
Lulu M Carleton, Katie Rafferty, Min
nie Jlnndle, Nellie Bunch, Mary Mc
Dona d, Nellie Cosner, Amanda Berg
land, Alma Linderblad, Ouillie Westrand,
Fred Honens, Edith Leslie, Anna Lar
son, (Mara Deisenroth, Francis Oswald,
Jennie Dickman, Mary Wood, Margaret
Grady, Ella Collins, Eva Normoyle, Min
nie (tore, Mammie Lee, Clara Norris,
Jno K Scott. James Cook, Mrs C L East
man, Anna T Bromley, Lucy Coyne,
Constance Mulach, Dora Hartz, Rose
McUugh, Maggie McMahan. Katie Mc
Quada, Geo W Wood, Judd H Long,
Jennie L Wilcox, Grace Donabey. Mary
Penn ;y, Frank Rummer, Chattie Mummy,
J E Ooembel, Maud Babcock, Mrs Mary
Ricki ttR, Maria Simmons, Maggie Van
Tuyl. W W Bailey, Anna Bailey, J W
Quill in, Clara Levey, Dora Newton,
Mary J Case, Ilallie Trow, Florence
Bosttick, Carrie Lib by, Belle Doonan,
Mam e Long, Lina Kane. Charlotte Ken
worthy, Mary Mnrpby, Hattie Hundaon,
Emma Henderson, Nora Witherspoon,
Sadie Pullen, Mary L Darnner, Ruth
Brown, Rosa Spculer, Rose Sedarn,
Clars Pummer, Mary Wilson, Jen
nie Humphrey, Anna Cathrell. Nellie
Cathiell, Anna Bennett, Emma Frichot.
L N Brown, Mrs E L Brown, Mattie Da
vidson. Clark H Smith, Emma Meline,
Oscar J Wilson. Julia Gettening, Anna
Uopt.ins, May Stoltenberg, Lillie Chad"
wick. Wm Forcy, Lucy Lawless, Cora
Griffin, Emma Churchill, Anna Olson,
Alice Cornwall, Marietta Bustis, J E
Bittiueer, Burton Colgrove, R M Rey
nolds James 'Stoddard, Mary E McLay,
Lora Cornwall, Eva Zeieler, Ella Ramp.
Amy Huey, Charlotte E Lyford, Herbert
Griffith. Rebecca Gray, Harriet Johnson,
Sarah Flaherty. Eliaha Parker, Nora Gor
man, Merilda Kendall, Marvey Ells, Su
sie Kdgington, Mamie Underlie, Lizzie
Conner, Flora Repine, Minnie Martin,
Marv Prvce, Dora Reticker, Tillie Mar
tin, Eva Staunton, Emma Lees. Lizzie
Martin, Hattie Cooke, Mrs Swingsley.
Mrs Clara Fleming, Lizzie B Huntington.
Mary Lannan, Barrett Murray, Sarah
Burrows, Hattie McNeil, Gus&ie McNeal.
The Coroner') Cane.
The body of Herman Hass, of Daven
port, who was drowned in the river Sun
day afternoon, was found by Thomas
McLuin and John Haverling under the
raft this morning. Coroner Hawes was
sumrioned and empannelled a jury com
posed of Geo. W. Copp, Frank Burger,
L. V. Eckhart, Robert Richardson, Thos.
Irwin and John Grotcgut. The facts
elicit id were substantially given yester
day f.nd a verdict of accidental drowning
Coroner Hawes was called to Moline
last t ight to hold an inquest on the body
of a boy named Carl Flick, who was
drowned in the canal of the Moline wat
er piwer, near the Moline Scale Co's.
works, in the afternoon. Carl, who was
eleven years old, left his father about 4
o'clock and sought a companion about his
own age named Albert Mueller, and the
two 'vent down to the tail race. Carl
asked Albert to go in swimming and
wher. Albert declined pulled off bis
clothes and went in alone. He could
swim only a little, and after going down
twict struggled and called for help. Al
bert called loudly from the shore and at
tracted several men, who began looking
for the body, which was discovered about
6:30 by Messrs. J. W. Walton and C. C
Morris. Coroner Hawes held an inquest
at the father's house with a jury com
pose' 1 of Messrs. E. J. Baldwin. P. J
nrv A. Mown. N. Slrofk. E. Lixi-
dtaf?'on and Jobn Schmidt. A verdict
of accidental drowning was rendered.
Dr. Geo. Babcock, of the dental firm
of Barth & Babcock, is possessed of a
genius that is not solely confined to ex
tract ing teeth . He has a great liking for
taki ig hold of fractious steeds and sub,
du'mg them to his will. The Argus has
chronicled the recent experience of the
doctor with one of his new purchases in
Davenport, but obstinate as was the
equine Babcock was not to be discour
aged. He had bought the horse at a
bargain because of the stubborn trait in
its composition, and it was only
necessary to overcome this to possess
a really fine animal. Babcock set about
to do this and learning that - the horse
was particularly shv of umbrellas, he
bought one of attractive colors and so ar
ranged it on the shafts of bis breaking
cart that the horse could not look at its
master wilhout seeing the umbrella,
Thus equipped Babcock may be seen al-
moct any night driving in the suburbs of
the city, and those who may hereafter
wonder at the oddity of the outfit have
had it fully explained.
Car Hrrviee Asaunatlan.
A meeting of the tri-city superinten
dents and agents representing all lines, is
being held at the Harper bouse this after
noon for the purpose of forming a tri
city car service association similar to the
one that has been operating successfully
in Chicago for aome time. E. D. Moore,
who ia the head of the Chicago Car Ser
vice association, is present to explain iu
obi acts and advantages, which are not
only to trace cars, but to fix upon a sjs
ten: of charges for demurage after a cer
ta'ui specified time. Prominent among
the outside officials present are John
Gn en, superintendent of the Iowa divi
sion of the C, R. I. & P.. F. C. Rice,
superintendent of the Illinois lines, and
E. M. Herr, superintendent of the Rock
Island and St. Louis division of the C.
B. fc Q , and E. D. Wright, superinten
del t of the Racine and Southwestern
division of the C. M. & St. P.
To the Watch To war.
Cars run to Black Hawk's Watch
Tower every thirty minutes on Sunday
afternoons and holidays, and pcial
tra ns to accommodate picnic parties
Te ephone to the street car barn to com
plete arrangements lor special trains.
SECOND AVENUE PAVING.
The Council Orders the Work Besna
Wlthla Tea Dayi ronmttlaen
The city council, at its adjourned ses
sion last evening, ordered that the im
proveraent of Second avenue in the way
of paving with vitrified brick from Twens
tieth to Fourteenth street be begun with
in ten days from date, thus giving the
contractors, Messrs.' Atkinson & Olof,
three days more than the limit specified
in the contract within which to prepare
to begin. The consequence is that by
the middle of the present month this
great permanent improvement will have
been started and the advancement toward
which Rock Island has been moving dur
ing the past two years will be fairly en-
teredjipon. The city will then have
good, substantial reason to congratulate
Adams appointed as commissioners of
the paving project under the special as
sessment law, Messrs. Hugh Warnock,
W. A. Schmidt and E. P. Reynolds.
These gentlemen will at - once apportion
the assessment and all will probably be
in readiness for collecting the first tax by
the time the contractors make their first
in tlie meantime the contractors may
go forward with their work which must
be completed within ninety days.
The council also showed its progrea
give spirit by passing the brick sidewalk
ordinance and ordering the waterworks
extension to Edgewood park.
Housekeepers Oasht to Know
That to have good coffee your coffee
pot must be bright and clean inside.
That you can sweep a rag carpet much
cleaner sweeping crosswise of the width.
1 hat in making up the unbleached
mnslin allow one inch to the yard for
That if you fold your clothes as you
take them from the line they will iron
That your copper wash boiler, if well
rubbed with a cloth dipped in coal oil,
will be clean and bright.
I bat to keep your bedding pure and
wholesome, open up your beds to air the
first thing in tne morning. -
that one part suet to two parts lard
rendered together is much better for fry
ing purposes than all lard.
That if you want to keep your house
free of moths never put down your car
pets until the floor is perfectly dry.
that to wash smoothing irons in dish
water after washing vour skillets, will
make them smooth and prevent rusting.
The Cold Water Candidate.
The county committee of the prohibi
tion party composed of Messrs. Geo.
Allen, J. II . Reeves and A. Williams met
at Moline yesterday and placed S. W
Odell, tbat celebrated member of the bar
from Port Byron, in nomination for the
office of state's attorney. Odell is the
man who made such a smart aleck of
himself in the last campaign. He is a
good man to hang a sinking cause to.
The Moline Case.
Last evening Magistrate Wivill held
John Moran, Wm. Farber, Bert Hoover
and Miiton Sadler, of Moline, in bonds
of 290 each for burglary, while John
Moran, Wm. Farber and Bert Hoover
COmmit burglary. I
Some Pit ill tit for Ttinsu YliA Kmnla. I
a man ho not only smok.-s cigars very fre- J
ncm i H luiinr rir eniAL'arc it ic m wrm tve
quently, hut mils them. He says tf you will I
carry your cigars in your waistcoat pocket
witn tne moutu end down there will be le I
likelihood of the tobacco becoming broken 01 1
the wrapper being unrolled than if you carry I
thorn with the match end at the bottom. I
Um q a uww..l ... ,i , . If ..... 1 : 11 J l
player, don't put them in the pocket on the!
right side, for the constant moving of the I
ua tm nvuuu pviu.. 11 VIA BID UUlllinj I
arm m the manipulation of the cue will wearl,fle0- Green, the citv scavenger, haa
upou that side, and, if it does not result iql
crushing the touacco, will so loosen th,wi-fiTr
Der that the smokine of the cicar wflt be an I
annoyance rather than a pleasure' And here I
is a third point: If there is a slight Xeuriaofl
na nana, take
V'SlTfbulii'be sure absolutely I
of preventing any serious sickness throw
your cigar away and stop smoking altogether
for an hour or so. Another point which
gentleman who heard these three advanced
suggested is that if by amy cause it become;
necessary to lot a cigar go out it will be
good scheme not to tako a final puff, but to
make a blow and expel the smoke from the!
burning end. This clears the roll of tobacco
from tha smoko, and even if the fire dies out
it will bo found upon relighting that the
cigar is of good flavor. In fact, an expert
has said tbat a really good cigar will be im
proved by letting it go out, following this
plan, and then lighting it again. New York
An Electric Motor.
It is plaiu, then, tbat we can set up an
electro-motive force in a conductor by merely
moving a magnet with reference to the con
ductor, and that we can determine the direc
tion in whioh the electro-motive force shall
act to produce its corresponding current of
electricity by our choic of direction in which
the movement shall he made. Moreover, it
is quite a matter of indifference whether we
move the magnet or the conductor, or both.
an lonir the two change their relation to
one another, and experiment shows that the I
magnitude of the electro motive-force, and I
consoquenuy tuat ui lob "UJIC" "
also under our controL I
If the current generated by a dynamo I
machine be made to traverse the circuit of
another and similar w,tla
ofc in rotntmn mi it will til na be a means
of translating electrical energy into median-1
ical energy; in other words, it will become
an electric motor, and may be employed
any other prime motor would be. Since the
conductors which unite the machines may be
as long as we please, we have thus a meaua
of transferring power from one point to
another. Obviously, however, we-cannot do
this in defiance of the law of conservation of
energy, and as there will always be some
energy expeuded in heating the conductors,
we can never develop at the distant station
as much energy as we expend at the trans
mitting one. Professor C. F. Brackett in I
Jenny Lind's Grave.
From a private letter received a few days
ago from an American in London we get tne
following: "One day I strolled into Malvern
cemetery. I was anxious to see the grave of
jar.nvT.inn a Iamta err, nit, m of aimnia
desira marks the last resting niare of the do-
rious songstress. This cross riaes from a plain
granite block. On this is the following In
scription: 'In loving memory of Jenny Lind,
wife of Otto Goldschmldt Born at Stock
holm, Oct. 6, 1830; died at Wynds Point, Mai
vera, Nov. a, 1887." There is no other word
than these. Some loving hands had laid upon
the grave the day of my visit a laurel wreath
intertwined with violets and daffodils. It is
a calm resting place that the diva lies in
lovely spot nestling at toe foot ol the ilal -
vara mils." i enowine s news,
It is said that 60,000 rifles purchased
in America for the Corean army are
stored at Nagasaki. Cores s treasury be.
ing empty they have not been delivered.
It is hot biff.
Oh, what a night I
Jelley glasses and fruit jrs
Camping out parties are on the in
There was a large children's picnic on
the tower today.
Mr. John Babcock, ofWatertown, was
in the city today.
Get your lemon squeezers, all glass,
only 10c, at Loosley's.
The weather indications are off their
base so is the weather.
Some very choice hanging lamps at hot
weather prices, at Loosley's.
Mr. Beni. Whitsitt. the PreemDtion
8tock mttn WM ia the city today
Tne Quiney ban ciub piay8 ln Daven
port tomorrow, Thursdav and Friday,
Division Supt. E. D. Wright, of the
ft Yf Q T Dn.nt loot ninlit at ttin
Mr. Rufus Sharp, of Maquoketa,
Iowa, is in the city visiting his brothers,
Louis and Wesley.
Mrs. Swan Youngren left this after
noon on a three weeks' visit to her sister
Frank Uarwood, of Moline, returned
this morning after an absence of two
years in California.
Hi Stocum has given up farming and
returned to Rock Island from Cordova
and is again on one of the Miller hacks.
CaDt. J. W. Brackett and Chas. A.
Stoddard join Maj. Mackenzie's up river
improvement party at-Winona today.
Eddie Jackson, clerk Willerton's lively
good natured aid at the Harper, has re
turned from a visit to his home at
Mr. Thos. Bollman, of South Rock
Island, is the proud father of a little
daughter who arrived early yesterday
Geo. H. Ballou, the veteran Davenport
journalist, has returned from the east ac
companied by Mrs. Ballou.and much im
proved in health.
Miss Carrie Ligon, of St. Louis, aud
Miss Olis Ligon, of Mississippi, are
visiting with the Misses Cora and Bertha
The county supervisors devoted their
time today to committee work, and to
morrow the board take a day off under
pay to vi9it the counto farm.
Mr. M. Cohn, wife and boy from South
Bend, Ind.. and Mr. J. T. Wolf, of An
na, 111., are in the city visiticg with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Cohn.
The annual picnic of Trinity parish and
Sunday schools will be held at Spring
Cove slide tomorrow. Cars will leave
the corner of ' Sixth avenue and Seven
teenth street at 10 o'clock.
The firm of Don & Briggs has dis
solved, both members to continue in bus
iness separately, Mr. Don remaining in
the old location and Mr. Briggs taking a
new store in the Harper house block.
A C. R. I. & P. switch engine jumped
the track at the C B. & Q crossing last
night, and so blockaded the trade tbat
the Burlington outgoing trains had to
run as far as Moline over the Rock Is
Forenaueh shows, was in the citv this
mftrn:ncr rrfti nor arranopmpnta f rr f Vip
biff event of August 1. Mr. Lawrence is
o VDTOran in tha ehAtxt hnomaca ennh a
man whom onl? the greatest show on earth
could command .
Ald. and Mr8 Wjnslow Howard, and
a . , , . . .
Mrs' HenrJ Schafer left on the Mary
Morton last evening for a trip up the
rivor tn S P.i.l .u.. iko. k.
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ro aa men by lake to
and ho'H'by rail.
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work in a thorOUL'h manner. It thor-
oughlv pivifies th "!
?iuu,- amens. ror saie at tmii
Koehler'a drugstore. Price, 50c per
Clemann & Salzmann have added a
oew feature to their extensive furniture
and carpet business that of wood man
tles. They are receiving all the most de-
Arable styles in these goods in prices
ranging from the lowest to the highest.
They invite an inspection by the public.
An exchange remarks, no insect that
crawls can live under the application of
hot alum of water. It will destroy red
and black ants, cockroaches, spiders, bed
bugs, and all the myriad of crawling
peats which infest our houses during the
heated term. What, hoi One hot alum
bath for musquito-tortured humanity.
Mr. David Don yesterday commenced
laying ln front of his second avenue busi
ness block a handsome flagstone walk.
but this morning he was surprised at a
visit from Mayor McConochie with in
structions tbat he was not laying upon
proper grade, and that it would have to
be dropped ten inches. This will ne
cesaiute a six-inch step to enter his
store, and for a man who is continually
I wheeling out heavy trucks with stoves
etc., this ia a very Important thing, but
I J '
it can't be helped.
Attention, Inichts of fylhiss
All officers and members of St. Paul
lodge are earnestly requested to be in at-
tendance at the meetirg on Wednesday
evening, July 10, for the installation of
officers. Visiting Knights cordially in
vited to be present. By order of
George B. Btebbins, C. C.
F. J. Hodgjes, K. R. & 8.
TJ. 8. SisNiL Orriri. I
Davenpon,Iowa, Julys. I
For the next 24 hours for Illinois,
fair and cooler.
At Black Hawk watch tower landing
f or rent by the hour or day. Ten row
boats, three tail boats and one barge.
I CLARK, Agent.
Fourteen dry lots on four years time,
with aix per cent per annum, to any one
wishing to build this summer.
The many remarkable cures Hood's
1 Barsaparilla accomplishes are sufficient
I nroof that it does noiaeai oeculiar cura
Modsra Houses Tor lals
On monthly Installments by Guyer &
Under Aaepicei of '-Davenport Lodxe No. 1,"
8. of H.
-Th Mne Steamer
: AND ROOMY BARGE
Will leve Davenport at 8 o'clock. Rock Island at
8 : ana uavenport w aterworks at 9 a. m,
harp. Arrive at CliHon at 8 p. m. ; re
turning leaves Clinton at 4 p. m.
Music by the Great Western Band,
E. otto. Leader.
ROUND TRIP FARE Adnlts 60 cents: Chil-
dren. from 5 to 13 rears, 25 cents; under S years.
rf t'pon the arrival of the boat in Tavenport
in the evening an Extra Trip will be mad down
the river nntil midnight. Fare 35 cents. Street
cars go east, west and northwest on retnrn of
COMING TO ROCK ISLAND
For Three Days only, commencing
:Earth's Greatest Dime
W. H. Harris'
A Monster A ggregation of Wonders.
OUR RECORD 25 S consecutive oerformancea
in hlcazn season of 1R88 to nearly 500,0no people.
Nine weeks in the city of New Orleans (March
ano April, 18891 to nearly 40 GOO persor.s a week
all who concede it to be the Ereaiest Dime Show
of any aee or generation
fv look out lor tne elegant aiBpiay or Horse'.
Ponies and Mules which apiear on flrxt day of
exhibition, headed by the Nickel Plate Bond.
Doors open at and 8 p. m. Performance one
hour later. Go early, eet a eood seat and avoid
The partnership heretofore exlstine hetworn
the nndersiened under the Arm name of Don &
Briggs t this day dissolved. The debts of the
firm will be paid by the undersigned, and ail per
sons indebted to said firm are requested to irtake
lmmeuiaie payment, l ne nusiness or the Blank
Book manufactory. Book Bindlns, Paper Siock
and stationery will be continued at the old stand
bv William Don: the Stationerv. Yankee Niitini
and Paper Bag business, etc.. by M. M. Briegs, in
Uarper house block. No. 161 Second avenue. -
Hock island, ill., June m. 139.
M. M. BKIGUS.
Room and Picture
Cord Nails & Hooks,
At the very Lowest
Call and see.
C. C. Taylor
in the three cities is
Ire Cream made from pure Cream
and flavored with the popular
flavors. A trial of this cream
will convice all that It can
not be excelled.
Picnics, Sociables and Parties
of all kinds, furnished on
Trefz & Co.,
No. 2223 Fourth Avenue.
The Ice Cream made at thia establish
lishment is from pure cream and
is flavored with all the dif
(Picnics, Parties and Sociables fur
nished on short notice,
Candies, Cigars and Tobacco.
Give us a Ciil.
First Mortgage Farm Loans
Bate 6 per cent and 7 per
two million dollabs)
Leaned by as without loss to any client.
jyCall or write for circular and rsf ersncea.
law -rife as crate
NewNicide Plate Snow
OFFER BARGAINS IN
this week. As a special inducement aside from Low
Prices, NO CHARGE will be made for Curtain Poles to
Curtain purchasers. Choice of Walnut, Cherry or
Ebony poles with brass fixtures complete, FREE.
Large assortment nf seasonable Dress Goods in White Goods, Ging-.
hams. Seersuckers. Classics, French and Imported Suteens, French Or
gamlias, Zf phyrs in Plaids, with plains to match, Shallies and other fab
rics too numerous to mention.
lveist 13 la civ.
Don't forget that we are sole agents for fast Black Hose in the best
makes. Money refunded if not satisfactory.
Irloclv Island. Illinois.
A Mammoth Stock
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1ARGER THAN EVER:
and three times as large as
this city can be seen
They buy direct frQm the
wholesale dealers' profits and
No. 1525 and 1527-Secori-A."
i,s:--"''u,''0ore in Rc Island.
Geo. W. O. Heirris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth Bt., under Commercial
F" Firrt class Insurance at lowest rates.
The following are among
A nice brick ivsl lence with food imurovcmcuH
lot 173x 215, cheap on easy terms.
One of the best monev making retnnrsnt antl
boarding house ui the cily near P.. R. & P. de
pot, well located Cor any kind of baeine?
A eood baildine. with store 18x2. a d 9 room".
counters, shelving, etc... on first flooi, and S rooms
above; water up and down stain, good cellar.
barn. etc.. lot 95xl.o, well located for business,
npper part of 4th aveenue; cheap.
A pood Dronertv. 1 storv. lot 30 hv 1.V) well In
cited on Secon avenue,' between lMh and llilb
street, torono kindof business; cheap.
One of the best located three storv brick stores
on Secone svenue; cheap.
One of the best Divine meat markets in the citv
brick building, good location. .
$2,50 PER GALLON,
KOH3ST & ADLER'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK.
BOOTS and SHOES
Tlie 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 fine Hand Turned shoes from the best manufacturers.
Custom Work and Repairing done at all three etorea .
t3p-Call and see us.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Avenue.
ELM 8TREET SHOE STORE, PIONEER SHOE STORE,
2029 Fifth Arenue. 1713 Second Avenue.
any other establishment in
at the popular store of
Manufacturers, thus saving the
are enabled to command the
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
the many bargains offered
A fine law hon-e with all modern improvs
ments. good barn, trees, etc , S acres of land, fin
location. Just outside the city limits near the
street cars; cheap,easy terns.
A new !onse, eicht rooms, barn, trees, e'e, lot
6ox W: within five blocks of postotfice; a great
Two story dwellinp, six -room., good well, cis
tern aud cellar, latve barn. H acre of land, within
a few steps of Milan street cars, at a bargain.
A neat brick ho se with a large lot for $2,000.
convenient to npper sasmill and depot
Large hrirk house, well located, on Fourth ave.
lot 60x150, for sale 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.