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the tBQCK xarxm jlrqv& satukday; july 13, ibso.
1617 Second avenne,
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, July 9 and 10.
Regular price 75c.
All late styles. The He prices are for these day only.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1705 Secend Avenue.
iyy Trvj Pffl j,'r.r T, rvl,iVQf""'
In competition with the Leading Refrigerators of the
United States received the highest award for economy
of ice, using only 12.17 as much ice as its best compet
itor and 9.17 as much as one of its would be competitors.
possesses the ouly provision chamber free from odors, produces a dry
cold air which no ohter can equal, and has preserved fre6h meats three
weeks in the 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
titlrally constructed, the cold dry air by constant circulation keeps it
sweet and clean. The best made, best finished and handsomest Re
frigerator in the matket. There are more ALASKA Refrigerators in
use in R ck Island than all others.
WILMRD BAKER & CO.,
80LK AGENTS FOR ROCK ISLAND,
Opposite Harper House.
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 In Hardwood, elegantly caived with trebU
walls, Charcoal filled and tine lined, every
part removable for
All metal shelve. airtu7ht locks. Improved In
terior circulation of dry cold air and firat class
These are the omit Refrigerator with Five
walla fur the preservation of the ice.
They are the only Refrigerator having the
Leonard patent alr-ugni iocks .
They are the oni.t Refrigerators bavins the
Leonard patentsolid iron shelve.
Ihey are the om.T Refrig 'rators having the
Lronard pateut arched center false bottom.
Ihey are the only Refrigerator having tli
Leonard patent movable flues for cleaniur.
They are the onlt Refrigerators having the
Leonard improved luterior circulation of dry cold
They are Ihe only Refrigerators having the
Leonard patent interior construction.
The bav t lod the test for vears and are the
only Refrigerators which excel all other at every
A slight examination will convince von of their
great superiority. We challenge the world to
prodnce their equal at any price.
Rook Island, Ills.
Clearing price 48c.
44 44 22c.
t Little's (.rove
The aniual picnic of the Orangemen qt
Rock Island and Mercer counties was
held in Little's grove two miles this side
of Preemption yesterday, a large number
attending from this city. In all four
thousand people were present.
In the morning an elaborate street
parade occurred in which appeared
number cf gaily and appropriately deco
rated floats, one representing the United
States an J the Goddess of Liberty, an
others tho different states of the union
The paride was headed by the Great
Western band of Davenport, and th
Reynolds and Preemption societies were
in line on horseback, while teams and
footmen followed up the rear.
At noon a bounteous dinner was served
and in tin afternoon a number of speeches
were made, prominent among which was
one by Rav. G. V. Gue, of this city, who
"All loyal American citizens mil cer
tainly sympathize with the Orangemen as
they carry the United States nag and are
marked in their loyalty to our crovern
ment. I am among those who believe
the start and stripes constitute the only
nag that ought to be carried in the United
states at the neaa ot any procession or
waving over our public buildings. I be
lieve evety one coming to this govern
ment shoald take the oath of allegiance
and that ought to be one of the qualifi
cations of every school teacher in the
United Stales. Loyalty should be
sung in our schools and taught in
the text books. This government
opens bt-r doors wide lor the peo
ple oi me wnoie world to come
to this co intry and are naturalized and
become American citizens. It is un
American and dangerous to our institu
tions to have an Irish vote, a German
vote, a Catholic vote, iou never hear
of an American vote, a Methodist vote, a
Baptist vote. All such clanish work
should end in this country, and everv
man be governed not by ttaineganization
in his voie. but by a prir of loyalty
to the U lited States. Orangemen are
warmly a elcomed here because they come
not to m Hldle with our schools, but to
enjoy their advantages and stand by an
open Hitile, free conscience, and a free
ballot. When the invitation is ac
cepted they should come to be American
citizens, hnd leave old customs and Quar
rels on the other side of the sea. This is
no batlletield for England and Ireland to
tight out their family feud. We have no
room for Cian-a-Gail societies to take the
law of this government into their own
bands. The murder of Dr. Cronin is a
warning to the United States to examine
carefully all foreign organizations and
put an rd to all not pronounced in their
loyalty t this government. We want
no Irish-Americans, German-Americana,
r.ngii8n-.&mericans. vt nen you came
was religious liberty, a boon most prec
ious to every freeman. When Wil
liams, of Orange, drew his sword for re
ligious freedom, he little thought that the
world would echo bis praise. The vic
tories he won two huudred years ago are
realized here in America today. I am
sure the loyal sons of America will never
submit to an old batcbelor over in Italy
dictating to the management of affairs
here in this country. This is a protest
ant coun ry offering religious toleration
to all, an j a Roman Catholic is just as
welcome as a Protestant here, when he
comes w.thltbe spirit of patriotism; but
when thty become hostile to our institu
tions, as they have been regarding our
free schools, then it is high time for true
America! s to take such matters in hand
and be careful who they put in office and
never vo e for a man to occupy a seat on
our scho (1 boards when we know him to
be controlled by a power that is hostile
to onr public schools.
This is a splendid gathering today of
intelligett, peaceful citizens. No one
here is asked regarding his political
principle or religious proclivities, but
are you true to this government and in
favor of religious toleration? and with an
affirmative reponse ae at once become
Police Point a.
Officer Sexton has been assigned tern
porarily to the beat covered by Robert
Richard E. Bailey' bond on the ground
of adultery, was fixed at $300 by Mag
istrate Wivill yesterday.
Tho tt,mi or L,. v. EcKTiart and M.
&K. wete found unlocked by the police
last nigbi. and properly attended to.
Marshal Miller is still waging war
against the unmuzzled canine. The dog
that is not provided with this parapher
nalia mint go.
Mike fchay and J. J. Cook were before
Magistrate Wivill this morning charged
with vagrancy. Shay was sent up for
twenty dys and Cook bounced.
Galvin Warmsley, the boy who was
arrested Thursday night for larceny, was
fined $50 and costs by Magistrate Wivill
this morning, and sent to j nil to serve it
About 9 o'clock last evening Mrs.
Bresnabt.n, of this city, with whom the
police he ve had more or less to do of late,
left her little illegitimate child on the
tavement at the corner of Fourth and
LeClaire streets, Davenport, and fled
across the bridge to Rock Island. Sev
eral persons in the vicinity saw the woman
leave ti e child there. They say she
walked along the street hurriedly and
when in front of a certain residence laid
her thinly clad little one on the sidewalk
and ran off as fast as she could. The
patrol as called but the woman could
not be found. A kind lady residing in
the vicit ity took charge of the deserted
Ualaa; la Hollae.
Kramer & Bleuer.the enterprising book
binders nnd blank book manufacturers,
will remove to Moline, August 1. Their
office will be with the Plowman. It is to
be regretted that we should lose these
young n en as business men of our city,
but the inducements offered in Moline
were so much greater that they made the
change in justice to themselves. Bow
ever, they will, both continue to reside in
Rock I aland. Anyone wanting work
done by them can telephone to the Plme
man off! ;e and the orders will receive
Be4 Ilea Officers.
Last evening O SauEee tribe No. 15,
Independent Order of Red Men, elected
and installed officers as follows:
Sacherc John Faust.
8r Sagamore E Ellingsworth.
Jr S&t amore R Meyer.
Are you weak and weary, overworked
and lir;d? Hood's Sarsaparilla is just
the med cine to purify the blood and give
Vote for Lewis.
City counsil meeting Monday night.
Camp meeting time is drawing near.
Vote for Lewis for state's attorney.
Buys a flannel shirt at the M. & E.
15 per cent discount at the Golden
For fine summer foot wear call at M.
Get your crockery and glassware at
Whipped cream, ice cold, with any fla
vor at Thomas'.
Annual mid-summer reduction sale at
the Golden Eagle.
Mr. Frank E. Samuels, of Moline, was
in the city today,
15 per cent off un all summer goods at
the Golden Eagle
Ladies over-gaiters in 13 different
shades, at M. & K.'s.
Patent leather pumps for men, boys
ana youths at M. & K.'s,
Another invoice of those children's 15c
shoes received at M. & K
Miss Clara Fider has returned from a
two months' visit to St. Louis.
A large line or patent top, screw top
ana glass top jells at Loosley s
The latest styles of ladies' over-gaiters
can only De seen at the AI. & K.
All summer goods must go at the GoK
den Eagle 15 per cent discpunt.
There will be music in Franklin square
this evening by the plowshop band.
Read the advertisement of Geo. W. D.
Harris new list of all bluff and outside
Thomas' whipped cream is fast taking
the place of milk shake and other hve-
Take none but the best the Mason
fruit jar. Get them of your grocer or at
If you wish something nice in a dinner
set get it at Loosley's. lie has a line of
Democrats, remember the special elec
tion occurs on Tuesday, Don't fail to
cast your vote for Lewis.
Now is your time to buy summer cloth
ing 15 per cent discount on all summer
goods at the Golden Eagle.
In the excavation in the cellar of the
First M. E. church, two feet ot promise
ing tire clay was discovered.
Take advantage of the 15 per cent dis
count which the Golden Eagle is offering
on au tneir summer gooas.
Baby carriages in newest styles at the
C. F. Adams' Home Furnishing house.
323 Brady street. Davenport.
Mr. Ernest Waltman is having his re
sidence, corner Seventh avenue and Sev
enteenth street, nicely repainted.
A number of Rock Island families have
gone to Schueizen park, Davenport, for
a private picnic this afternoon.
At the Commercial hotel this afternoon
Justice Wivill married Milton N. Rogers
and Miss Elizabeth Cooper, of Cordova.
Fine cheffoniers, sideboards and ward
robes in latest patterns at the C. F. Ad
ams Uonie Furnishing House, 322 Brady
The Reindeer, the boat belonging to
the Harris nickle plate combination, is on
the Rock Island boat ways, where it is
M. & K. received a most elegant line
of fine Scotch flannel shirts last evening
by express which must be seen to be ap
preciated. Call early.
The books and other office effects of
the late State's Attorney Patrick O'Mara
were sold by Auctioneer Harris this
morning, the total amount derived being
The Industrial Home association met
last evening and decided to adopt a plan
of observance of labor day in Rock Isl
and, which is the first Monday in Seplems
A great many from this city attended
the second concert of the season by
Strasser's Second Regiment band at
Schueizen park, Davenport, lastevening.
It was a grand treat-
Mr. Geo. McMaster has let the contract
for a handsome double Queen Anne
dwelling bouse on Elm street to be erect
ed at a cost of $2,500.
Mavor McConnochie, Aid. Schroeder,
Wm. Atkinson and Supt. Schnitger left
for Galesburg last night to inspect
me manner ot laying paving brick.
Mr. Julius Mosenfelder is having
substantial brick walk put down around
bis Sixth avenue and Seventeenth street
property. He has also had the building
Buy the "Farson refrigerator. Thev
are me only periectly dry-air refrigera
tor in the market. Sold bv the C. F.
Adams Home Furnishing House. 323
Brady street, Davenport, Iowa.
Harris' nickle plate shows gave another
satisfactory performance to a large audi
ence last evening. The last entertain
ment will be given this evening opposite
Harper's theatre. It is the best ten cent
show on the road.
In order to introduce the Farson re
frigerator more thoroughly we have made
a reduction in price of 25 per cent. If
you want a bargain and an elegant re
frigerator go to the C. F. Adams' Home
Furnishing house, 322 Brady street, Da
venport. A team attached to one of Wagner's
bottling works wagons,dashed up Second
avenue from Sixteenth street at a terrific
rate this afternoon, and followed the Mo
line & Rock Island street car track to
Twenty third street and Fifth avenue,
where they were caught by a man named
The board of education did not finish
its rounds of inspection yesterday owing
to the time consumed at the grounds of
the new No. 5 building. A new tile
walk was ordered for No. 7, and a similar
one practically agreed upon at the high
school. The board will finish its tour
The Des Moines EtgUter confirms the
rumor spoken of in the Argus some time
ago that the Rock Island road would soon
receive a contract from the government
for carrying a fast mail west. The Bur
lington road has had the contract for
carrying what is known as the "white
mail" for several years, and as that road
has unexcelled facilities in the wof
track and motive power, it is not sup.
posable that a change is to be made. But
the growth of the territory through which j
the Rock Island travels warrants im
proved mail accommodations.
Messrs. A. J. Smith and Alrl. S P
Smith spent a couple of hours among the
city officials of Rock Island yesterday,
investigating the paving question. They
gathered some information of value from
the ordinance passed there, the contracts
under which the work is to be done, and
from the officials themselves. It is hoped
that our paving ordinance will soon be
completed and be ready for presentation
at me next meeting oi the council. Dav
enport Democrat-Gazette .
Wilson Robbins. of Edgington. vu
buried on the 9th. He was sixty-five
years of age, and was one among the
oldest settlers of Rock Island conntv. He
first settled in Buffalo Prairie township.
out na uvea in jsagington for about
nine years. He leaves a wife and three
children two daughter and one son.
One of the daughters is married to a son
of Dr. Bongfaton, of Edgington. The
younger daughter and son are borne with
their mother. The deceased had a fine
farm of 400 acres, three quarters of a
mile east., of JSdgington. Mr. Kobbins
has been an invalid for two or three
years, but his fatal illness was consump
The river carnival given under the
auspices of the Davenport boat club oc
curs Monday evening. There will be in
the neighborhood of 100 boats and canoes
in line. A generous order has been
placed for fireworks, but there will be no
rockets on account of the danger. The
parade will Start from Stubb's Eddy in
East Davenport instead of Gilberttown
as originally intended. The Golden Gate
which accompanies the carnival, will
leave the Rock Island side at 7 o'clock
sharp, and all having invitations will be
admitted. It being impossible to land at
Moline, the guests from there will be
taken aboard here. Should Monday
evening be stormy the carnival will be
given according to the same programme
on the succeeding evening.
Opening the flood Uatea.
Under ' the above head the St. Paul
Pioneer Pre$ gives the following inter-
esting piece of news: v
Boat owners and others interested in
navigation have recently made an urgent
demand upon the government authori
lies to open the reservoirs at the head of
the Mississippi. It is claimed that there
is seven feet of water above Pokegam,
Leech lake and other dams which could
be let down, raising the water in the riv
er one-tenth of a foot each day for thirlv
davs. If this were done river navigation.
which is now practically'at a standstill,
would he greatly improved. The secre
tary of war has notified the petitioners
that the matter has been referred to Chief
Engineer Casey, and it is expected that
Maj . Allen, of the corps of United States
engineers stationed here, will be instruct
ed to act in a few days.
The river men claim that the water is
being held in the reservoirs for the bene
fit of the lumber interests, and that the
reservoirs were not intended for this pur
pose, but to facilitate navigation. With'
in the past month the water has gone so
low that none of the larger steamers
have been able to get up the river be
yond Hastings. The stern wheeler Sid
ney, of the Diamond Jo line, came up
Saturday morning, having been two davs
from Red Wine, and will probably not
try it again. The City of St. Paul, of
the packet line, on her last trip up landed
at Hastings and transferred ninety ca
ble passengers to a small boat for the
rest of the voyage. This boat will prnb
ably not be able to get beyond Red
ing on her present trip.
What an Editor I.lkea.
A brother editor of considerable expert
rience thus speaks his opinion: "We
like to bear a man refuse to lake his
home paper, and all the time sponge on
bis neighbor for the reading of it. We
like to hear a man complain when asked
to subscribe for a home naDer that he
takes more now than he can read, and
then go and borrow his neighbor's or loaf
around until he gathers all the news from
it. We like to see a man run down his
home paper as not worth taking.and now
and then beg the editor for a favor in the
editorial column. We like to tee a man
run down bis home paper and then try to
get a share of the trade which the news
paper brings to town. We like to see
this; it is economical, thrifty, progressive
SPECIAL BARGAIN SALE.
To Begin Monday, July 15.
And to 1'ontlnne I'atil All Lota aic
Hold J. H. V. Prteraea'a Moa'aMer
and Mldasnmmer Annoanrement.
In addition to the numerous bargains
already on sale we today quote the be
Do not fail to come and look them
over; it will pay you, as every single lot
without exception le a
as before from 25 per cent to 50 per cent
1 lot satin Moire silk (dress shades) at
ioc per ard.
1 lot of gross grain colored dress
silks at 40c per yard.
1 lot changeable dress silk (nice line
colors) at 50c per yard.
1 lot black Rhadames (all silk) at
60c per yd
1 lot " " 65c "
1 lot " " 70c
1 lot Satin Duchene black (all silk) at
t c per yard.
The entire stock
PARAPOI.9 AT ACTUAL COST PRICE.
1 lot Damask quilts, extra heavy, fine
and large, at 88c each.
1 lot Standard soft Marseilles quilts,
fast black f 1.25 each.
1 lot Loom table linen, double width, a
great value, at 10c per yard.
1 lot pure linen unbleached table dam
ask at 22c per yard .
1 lot pure linen bleached table damask
at 25c per yard.
1 lot extra heavy unbleached table
damask at 28c per yard.
1 lot extra fine pure linen unbleached
table damask at 33c per yard.
1 lot fine half bleached table damask,
61 inches wide, at 39c per yard.
1 lot do do., finer quality, 62 inches
wide, at 42c per yard.
1 lot fine bleached table damask at 41c
1 lot do do., finer and wirier, at 46z ner
1 lot 62 inches wide cream table dam
ask, extra fine quality, at 49c per yard.
i lot pure linen crash. 16 inches wide.
soft unbleached at 41c per yard.
i lot linen glass towehngs. checked, at
5c per yard.
1 lot linen glass toweling, belter Qual
ity, at 6 cents per yard.
I lot genuine Russia crash. Dure linen.
very cheap at 6 cents per yard.
l lot, z.ooo yards, pure linen crash. 18
inches wide at 6J cents per yard.
i lot or linen buck toweling, extra
heavy, a big bargain at 8J per yard.
i tot pure nnen extra One str Des and
plaids glass toweling at 9 cents per yard.
in toweis we win oner the following:
1 lot linen glass towels, large plaids at
6 cents each.
1 lot unbleached twilled all linen, red
border towels, 18x33 inches at 7 cents
1 lot extra fine, large plaid. Dure linen
glass towels, 18x36 inches at 9 cents
1 lot pure linen bleached damask
towels at 12 cents each.
1 lot all linen, fine quality half bleached
buck towels, 20x40 at 15 cents each.
1 lot unbleached damask towels, fancv
brochee borders at 15 cents each.
I lot assorted large size, fancv striped
bath towels at 16 cents each.
1 lot pure linen, brochee border, cream
white fancy center towels, size 21x42
inches at 22 cents each.
1 lot men's brown mixed half hose,
which we will tell at 2 cents a pair.
J. IL C. PlTEBfiXir't Sons.
The Hawkeye Excursion company bav
ing leased this beautiful and accessible
summer excursion resort will commence
to run their large electric light steamer
White JSagle from landing foot of Ferry
street, Davenport, and from city levee
Kock island. Sunday afternoon, July 14.
at 2 p. m., making hourly trips until 10
p m. Lon Bryson, agent, Davenport
W. a. Pilgrim, agent. Rock Island.
Modern 'Woodman, Attention.
All members of Island City camp, No.
309, are requested to meet at the hull to
night to arrange for the funeral of de -
ceased neighbor. Henrv Haircer. Also
meet at the hall Sunday at 1 o'clock
snarp, to attend tne runeral of deceased
neighoor, Henry u agger.
John Albrecht, V. C,
8. Marschall, Jr., Clerk.
Camp 29, If . W. A. Attention!
You are requested to meet at the hall
at one p. m. Sunday, July 14th, to at
tend the funeral of deceased neighbor,
Henry Ji agger, of Uamp 30l.
J. E. Larein, V. C.
S. Mattison, Clerk.
U. 8. Sisnal Ornc.
Davenport.Iowa, July li. t
For the next 24 hours for Illinois,
Fair, followed by light showers, and Sun
day slightly cooler.
At Black Hawk watch tower landing
ror rent by the hour or day. Ten row
boalS, three sail boats and one barge .
Under Auepicee of '-Davenport Lodire No. 1 "
8. of H.
SUNDAY, jTTJLY 14th.
The Kino Steamer
AND ROOMY BARGE
Will leave Davenport at 8 o'clock. Rock Inland at
K Xlt .ml nvn,wirt IV . . 1 ... . .
- ' '""""viu m is m. in,
abarp. Arrive at Chiton at !i p. m : re
turning leaves Clinton at 4 p. m.
Music by the Great Western Band,
E. Otto, Leader.
ROUND TRIP FARE Adults 50 cents; Chil
Iren. from 5 to 13 vparn 91 cm,. e ..
t"rpo the arrival of the boat In Pavenport
In I ho ai-anino Art 17-ta T' 1 : I t i
.u u .-.... .4 -U uAua .a ity win ue uiaue uowd
tha rlva-r Until mirlnioht at r-.
car go east, west and nortbweat on return of
Room and Picture
Cord Nails & Hooks,
At the very Lowest
Call and see.
C. C. Taylor
Under Rock Island Bodm.
in the three cities is
Ice Cream made from pare 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, f arnlnhed on
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
CJTPicnica, Parties and Sociables fur
nished on short notice,
Candies, Cigars and Tobacco.
Give us a cail.
First Mortgage Farm Loans
Kate 6J per cent and 7 per
TWO MILLIOS UOLLABa
Loanod by ns wlthoot lossto any client.
y Call or writ for circular and references.
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.
Larsre assortment of Reasonable Dress Goods in White Qoods, Ging-.
hams. Seersuckers. Classics, French and Imported Sttteens, French Or
gnndias, Zephyrs in PiaVls, with plains to match, Shallies and other fab
rics loo numerous to mention.
I7eist 131 ei civ.
Ion't furet that we are sole agents for fast Black Hose in the B?9t
makes. Money refunded if not satisfactory.
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and three times as large as any other establishment in
this city can be seen at the popular store of
OLEWIANN & SSALZMANN.
They buy direct from the Manufacturers, thus saving the
wholesale dealers' profits and are enabled to command the
lowest prices. -
No. 1525 and 1527 Second Ave.,
The only Double Front Store in Rock Island. v- "
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth St., under Commercial
KVFiret claaa Insurance at loweet rates.
The following are among
A fine laree hooce with all modtm liriinni--nienle.
good barn, trees, etc. 3 acre of land, line
location, jau ontalde the city limits near the
street car ; rheap, easy terms .
A nice brick residence, with all modern Improve
menta, lare grounds, on Kite street, for-sle thiai
on eavy term
Two tory dwelling, cix looms, p.iod well, ex
tern and cellar, lare barn S acre of land, wiibin
a few step of Milan street car, at a bargain.
New house, good cellar and cistern, larce lot,
finely located in Dodge's addition on the bluff.
A K'xxl bouse and improvements w ith about 4
acree of land suitable for gardening about three
miles from Kock Island for sale cheap.
Sl.OflO will buy 80 acree of land, partly improv
ed, in t'onlova township.
$i,5l.O will buy a good 80 acre farm, good im
provements, on reasonable terms.
$2,50 PER GALLON,
KOHN & ADLER'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK.
BOOTS and SHOES
Tire Lowest Prices
in the three cities. It will be a mistake to buy before
yon see our bargains.
Ladie sand Gents Low Shoes in all grades and prices.
Wigwam Slippers at your own prices.
Ladies fine Hand Turned shoes from the best manufacturers.
Custom Work and Repairing done at all three stores .
IdifCall and see ns.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE. 181S rWnnrl Aw.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
the many bargains offered:
A first-class 80 acre farm, with good improve
ments, in Bow I in s township, cheap.
A No. l one hundred and sixty acre farm, with
firat-clisa improvement., cheap.
A wire hi 'ill property, larve grounds, shade
trees, fruits, etc.. heap.
Two or three acre" ou the bluff, fine l.nd for
buililing or gardening.
Four and one-half acres of land on the bluff
nic ly located for lots.
Some of the best lots in Dodge's addition on
A good lot on the bluff in Rodman's t ub-divia-ion.
f4mi will buy a fine acre lot just outaide city
bin ts. on bluff.
Jl.SiW will buyover 4 acres with house, barn,
etc., on bluff.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
2928 Fifth Avenue.