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THE HOCK ISTjXtfD AHGTX& MONDAY, JULY 15, 1889.
On MONDAY, A. M. July 15,
and until closed.
at 4Jc per yard, 10 yards for 45c.
Extra good double fold
8 4 width. 12Jc,10 yards for $1.25.
2c. 10 yards 20c.
ALL LINEN CRASH
4je. 10 yards 37c.
fancy colors 4c. 10 yds for 40c.
Our Gauze and Summer Underwear stock is very large, and with a lot of
new bargains just added. Another lot of children's Swiss Jersey Ribbed Vests.
Silk neck and sleeyes at 15 cents each. A new lot of ladies' Jersey ribbed
vests, made from real Egyptian yarn, just received on Saturday, will place on
sale at 23 cents, value 39 cents. We advise early inspection.
1714. 1718. 1718. 1720 and 1723 Second Avrhtb. Rock Island.
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, July 9 and 10.
Regular price 75c. Clearing price 48c.
" " 6?c. " " 44c.
" 50c. " " 38c.
44 35c. 44 44 27c.
44 44 30c. " 44 22c.
44 44 25c. 44 4' 18c.
All late styles. These prices are for these days only.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1705 Secend Avenue.
We were approached a few
a scheme winch was explained to
"We (the 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 holder any time within six months to demand of you
upon an additional payment of $2.75 making a total of $3 00 a dozen
CHhinets 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. 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 be
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 he may get closed up. We give no bond
that he will continue in business, but he will if he can, because you see
this scheme gives him better prices than he now obtains."
It is oeedioM to mmy that RASMUSSEN declined to employ peddlers and
tram i-8 to work such questionable tactics, The only means we nse to
create business are:
1st. We make only the finest quality of work and that at popular prices.
2i. 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 be 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.
Ginghams 41c, 10 yards 45c.
Fancy Stripe Seersuckers
41c, 10 yards 45c.
Apron Check Ginghams
4Jc, 6 yards 25c.
Usual price 13c, this time 71c per yd.
Dress Styles Percales
1 yard wide, 71c per yd.
Yard Wide Batiste
71c per yard.
days ago to become a party to
ns in tne ioliowmg language:
A DRENCHING DOWN POUR.
The M at Severe mad Deatraetlve ef
the Hrason Wast It Old In the City
This section was visited by a storm
very similar to a cloud burst Saturday
night. The first down pour occurred at
9:30 p. m., and from that time until
4 a. in. heavy rainfalls succeeded
each other at short intervals. It
is probable that no such heavy
rain taa visited Rock Island in
years before. Certainly more water fell
than has been released from the clouds in
the sama period of time before . Accord
iag to eovernm ent weather service obser
vations, five and one-sixth inches of
water fell, while the Mississippi rose
seventeen inches, but since has receded
The storm came up rather suddenly
and the water fell like a great solid sheet
In a short time putters and sewers were
overflowed and streets were flooded.
Union square was a pond two feet deep,
while at. many places in the slough it ap
peared for a time that people would be
obliged to move from their houses. Mo
line avenue from Twenty-third street east
was in a bad condition. The water rushed
along tlie streets like a mad sea, flooding
the sidewalks and making tnem in some
places impassable. People returning
from the show found great difficulty in
eettinK alone, while men carried their
wives sad children through the water, in
some places which was knee deep.
Crossings and pieces of sidewalk were
washed away and cellars generally flood
The rain was accompanied by a furi
ous wind, which broke limbs of trees and
for a time caused much alarm among
nervouH people, who thought Rock Island
was to be visited by a storm similar to
the Johnstown disaster.
The city administration was severely
censured yesterday for its neglect
in not putting washedout sidewalks
back into place, especially on Moline
avenue, where much difficulty, if not
danger, was experienced in getting along
At Fifth avenue and Seventeenth street
the walk was washed out, and left last
night in an absolutely serious condition
At Twelfth street and Seventh avenue
there 'was a bad washout that should
have received attention yesterday by the
proper authorities. It is one of the du
ties of the street commissioner to look
after ei cb. things, and he is freely con
demned for not doing it.
In the country, small streams which
had been dry for a month, overflowed
their banks, and several small bridges
were wished out. Crops suffered greatly
A drive into the country yesterday found
i coin and oats cenerallv levelled, and
whie f irmerg anticipate no trouble with
regard to corn, feeling satisfied that
couple of days will find it raised again
all right, they are as a rule anxious about
the oat crop, fearing that it is mostly
beaten down and badly damaged.
The rain scooped out a portion of the
filling of the C , M. & St. P. track at
Port Byron and left the track suspended
in the air, but the washed out ground
work vas put in again yesterday. About
ten miles this side of Muscatine a piece
of theC. R. I & P. track was washed
out an! an engine and mail car derailed
and the train had to back down to Muss
catine and come around by Wilton. All
trains came that way yesterday, and this
morning the first train came through by
There was also considerable of a wash
out near Denrock on the C. 8. fe Q.
which delayed all incoming morning
trains until afternoon, but everything is
all rigl.t today.
Dunne the earl v morning storm Sun
dky 11 'tuning struck the residence of J.
G. Gaisert, on Fifth avenue, between
Twentieth and Twenty-first, and tore off
considerable of roofing and siding, but
caused no seriouB damage.
Harts & Bahnsen. wholesale drug
gists, st the corner of Third avenue and
Twentieth, are probably the heaviest
losers, the water entering the cellar
throug l the east wall, and destroying
chemicals, paints and oils to the extent
Lightning struck the barn of H.
Lange at Davenport, and killed a horse
and d stroyed several tons of hay.
Tow.irds evening yesterday the tem
perature fell fourteen degrees, and at 6
o'clock last evening was thirty degrees
lower than it was at the corresponding
time tie previous evening. Today the
weather is pleasant as could be wished
.V arrow Escape.
Mr. John Babcock, of Watertown, who
was in the city today, says twenty of his
best sheep had a close call from being
killed by lightning during Saturday
night's storm. They were quartered in
one en J of a 60-foot barn, the other por
tion tx ing filled with hay. The lightning
played a curious freak. The bolt struck
the end occupied by the sheep and took
a zig:ag course until it reached the
ground , going out of the building and in
again every few feet. Luckily not a
sheep 'as hurt.
A Vicious Brute.
Johr. Barth, a teamster in the employ
of the city, living on Fourth avenue be
tween Eighth and Ninth street, was se
verely kicked by one of his horses on
Saturday morning. He was driving his
team across the slough when one of the
animals kicked viciously with both feet,
striking Barth on each leg and leaving
deep g ishes . He was taken home, where
Dr. C. C. Plummer dressed his wounds.
otic to Baloon -keepers.
All I aloon -keepers of this city are here
by not .fled to close their places of busi
ness on election day. July 16, 1889, ac
cordin ? to law . The police are hereby
instruc ted to see that the law is enforced
and to report any violation of the same
to the mayor.
William McCoxochee, Mayor.
fir Figaro prints a special edition in
an office 600 feet op in the Eiffel tower.
UNITING THE CITIES.
The Idrh f Consolidation of Rock Is.
land and Mtliic Being Freely and
A number of the Rock Island county
papers nave taaen up tne iaea so
frequently agitated of late concerning the
consolidation of the cities of Rock Island
and Moline, and the project is now more
than likely to receive attention in the
way that means something. The recent
consolidation of the cities of Chicago
and Hyde Park and the advantages both
gained thereby has had a great tendency
to revive the subject, and the Improve
ment association of Rock Island and the
Business Men's association of Moline
should, and doubless will, take steps to
bring the matter properly before the two
The consolidation would not only give
us a population of 35.000 to 40,000 peo
ple, but would give us aa area in terri
tory that few cities surpass. It would
give us a position mutually advantageous
and make a city that would not only be
the second largest in the state, but one
that would rapidly increase. The fact of
the uniting of two such well known cities
would attract increase in population, ad
vertise the new city, and it is a safe as
sertion that the number of inhabitants
would double in five years .
The Moline Dispatch thus comments
npon the subject:
Whatever the name adopted for the
new city. "KocK Island and "Moline
would stick to the localities now em
braced under these names, respectively,
for all time. The Moline manufacturers
could retain their trademarks including
the word "Moline." The Rock Island
plow works and other institutions
of that city could do likewise. In
deed we could contine to have the
Rock Island and the Moline Nation
al banks, the Rock Island Argus and
the Moline Dispatch, and so ad in
finitum, even if the united city were called
Watertown or Stewartville, in order to
take in one of those suburbs. In short-
no disadvantages appear to overcome the
advantages. Rock Island has a larger
debt than Moline, and the new law re
quires the assumption of the combined
debt by the consolidated city. But Rock
Island is getting her debt well in hand of
late, and she has considerable public
property to show for what she owes.
Let us all think about the scheme, and
make up our minds what we want to do
and be ready to act in time to settle the
matter before taking the census of 1890
Bit by a Mad Man.
A freight train aonductor on the Illi
nois division of the C, R. I. & P., had
a peculiar and not altogether pleasant
experience coming west near Geneseo
Saturday night. The other side of Gen
eseo a young lady passenger on the train
which was an accommodation, discovered
that she had lost her ticket and the con
ductor explained that she could get an
other at Geneseo, passing her on to that
station; but a stranger on the train began
to speak in behalf of the lady's posi
tion that was no more agreeable to her
than to the conductor, insisting that
was unnecessary that the young lady pay
at all. The latter became frightened
and begin to cry at the stranger'
queer actions, and tbe conductor re
monstrated with tbe male passenger, who
at once showed unmistakable symptoms
of being a crank, and without warn
ing he seized the lady's satchel and
and started for the platform. The con
ductor followed, and in attempting to
recover the satchel a struggle ensued,
during which the crank seized the con'
ductor and bit him on the neck
When Geneseo was reached the mad
man was taken in charge by tbe police,
and finally locked up. His name is Da
vis. He formerly lived in Chicago, but
his present home is in St. Louis. About
a year ago he married a Geneseo lady, and
she has recently died. The bereavement
is thought to haye robbed him of his
reason. He came up from St. Louis
with Conductor Terry, of the Q, during
the middle of the week, and then, too. he
acted in s manner that attracted con
The ravins Brick Inspection.
Mayor McConochie, Aid. Schroeder,
Contractor Atkinson and Superintendent
Schnitger returned from Galesburg Sat
urdsy evening, where they made a thor
ough investigation of paving brick. The
committee learned that onegf the Gales
burg company's had a capacity for turn
ing out 43,000 paving brick a day, and
was selling them as fast as they could be
made. Tbe other company had a con
tract for putting in a good many brick
and had 1,000.000 on hand, but the
gentlemen learned the contractors using
this brick bad been stopped in their
The Rock Island representatives also
went down to Bushnell and in
spected the Bardolph brick, which
they were much pleased with and
which the company offered to make
a written guarantee for, but were
unable to see a practical test of it except
where it had been used for street car
Hacks and crossings. The gentlemen
seem on the whole more favorably im
pressed with the brick of the Galesburg
Pressed Brick and Tile company which
will cost f 11.40 per thousand delivered
in Rock Island.
Supt. Schnitger says the Bardolph
brick, while being the cheapest, is the
most new, best size and apparently the
hardest and best, and if a satisfactory
guarantee could be secured from the com
pany, would favor using it.
Pal tee Points.
John Collins was before Justice
Hawea today charged with abusing his
wife. He took a change of venue to
Justice Cooke, who held him in bonds
of $ 50 to keep the peace for six months.
Mrs. Senn, of South Rock Island, was
before Magistrate Wivill Saturday,
charged by G. F. Wagner with using
abusive language. A fine of $3 and costs
was imposed, which was suspended and
XT. 8. Sionai. Optics. I
Devenporvlowa, July 16. 1
For the next 24 hours for Illinois,
Fair and slightly warmer.
Get rid of that tired feeling aa quick aa
possible. Take Hood's Sarsaparilla,
which gives strength, a good appetite
Vote for Lewis.
Election day tomorrow.
Knife Mcln tire Bros.
Read Mclntire Bros', adv.
Cut prices Mclntire Bros.
Discount sale Mclntire Bros.
Cut price sale Mclntire Bros.
McCabe talks see advertisement
Vote for Lewis for state's attorney.
Hampton's milk shake is excellent; try
Midsummer bargain sale at McCabe
John McDarrah is spending a few days
Trv Hampton's pure ice cream and
Knife big cut deep cut cut in two,
at Mclntire Bros.
Fancy stripe seersuckers 4 cents until
gone at McCabe Bros.
5 cents crinkled seersuckers at Mcln
tire Bros, discount sale.
5 cents 10 cent shallies go this week
for a nickel a yard at Mclntire Bros.'
29 cents Mclniire Bros, will close
figured India silks at 29 cents a yard
Democrats, do your duty tomorrow,
aad elect Eugene Lewis state's attorney.
It is the duty of every democrat to turn
out and vote for Eugene Lewis tomor
Mrs. A. H. Pollard and children have
returned home from their visit to West
Big cut 16 percent discount or one'
sixth off colored woolen dress goods at
Children's Swiss Jersey ribbed vests.
silk neck and sleeves, IS cents while they
last, at McCabe Bros.
Extra good double fold sheeting, 12
eents 10 yards tor $1.25 all week if it
lasts, at McCabe Bros.
Deep cut embroideries going at Mc
lntire Bros, discount sale at 20 per cent
or one fifth off; buy now.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Greenawalt leave to
night on a visit to Mr. G's parents at
Exeter, Neb. They will be absent two
Blanding & Kinney is the name of
new Ore insurance company. Sltssrs.
L. C. Blanding and Fred J. Kinney are
liro. urawiord, tne Kdgingtonite, was
in town today looking very serious. Po
litics are said to be perplexing him con
Farmers coming into tbe city today re
port the country roads in a demoralized
condition, many bridges having been
been washed away and the highways
Mr. A. M. Blakesly is here from Ge
neva Lake for the purpose of making a
business trip for the Rock Island Stove
company, wnen be will again join bis
family at tbe delightful Wisconsin resort
Tomorrow occurs the Tri-City Minis
terial association to Linwood. All are
invited to take their Gospel songs for
singing. Dinner will be served at tbe
Springs for fifty cents, and the round trip
fare will be but a quarter.
Congressman Gest has ended the Mi'
lan postoffice imbroglio by appointing
G. H. Honens to the position, over
which there has been such a politics
conflict. Mr. Gest has also recommended
Louis L. Mertz to the postoffice
The people were disappointed Saturday
They had congregated in large numbers
at Franklin square to listen to artistic
music from the Plow Works band. After
the second selection the rain came in
deluge, scattering the people. The band
boys will repeat at some other day
Supt. Schnitger, of the Holmes lines is
in receipt of the bills for five more car
loads of Johnston rail which will be here
today or tomorrow, and then the Second
avenue double track will be completed to
Twelfth street and the single track re
built to the plow works, as well aa tbe
proper repairs made on Fourth avenue
and east of College hill.
Cbas. Oberg will take advantage of the
election to move into his elegant new
quarters, corner of Ninth street and Third
avenue. The property is his own and
has been fitted up regardless of expense
The Plow Works band will tender him
complimentary serenade tomorrow even'
ing, when Mr. Oberg will entertain his
friends with the best the market affords
tne original -tags muiover" man
took out a patent nine years ago, but he
did not kntaw bow to advertise. Some
six months or more ago a party applied
for a patent for "Pigs in Clover," got his
game talked about and advertised, and
actually made $100,000 before tbe real
inventor secured an injunction. The
original inventor can afford to pay that
much for the knowledge acquired ho
to do business successfully.
Saturday evening about half past
o'clock young Claudius Pahl, son of Claus
Pahl, of Davenport, was drowned in the
Mississippi river at the foot of Ripley
street. He was about twelve years of
age. Young Claudius was in the habit
of bathing in the river with other boys
at this point. It appears that Claudiu
ventured farther frem tbe raft lying in
front of Mueller's saw mill, than his com
rades, and was caught in the current and
carried down under the raft.
The funeral of the late Henry Hagger,
the man who was killed in the falling
building at Moline Thursday afternoon,
occurred from his late home in South
Park yesterday afternoon, the ceremony
being conducted by Counsel Albrecbt, of
Island City lodge, 309. M. W. A. of
which be waa a member. Rack Island
lodge, 29, also participated. The pall
bears were W. A. Porter, S. E. Johnson,
Chas. Olige, H. F. Hartman, John Miller
and Andrew Bladel.
In the combination, proportion, and pre
paration of its ingredients. Hood's Sarsa
parilla accomplishes cures where other
preparations entirely fail. Peculiar in
its good name at home, which ia a
"tower of strength abroad," peculiar in
the phenomenal sale it has attained.
Hood's Sarsaparilla is the most success'
f ul medicine for purifying the blood, giv
ing strength, and creating an appetite.
Complexion powder is an absolute ne
cessity of . the refined toilet in this cli
mate. Pozzoni's combines every element
of beauty and purity.
Will Move the Government to tbe FarK.
Deek Tabic M l., July 15. There was
othing eventful about the president's first
Sunday at Deer park. He spent it very qui-
etlv. He remarked to Secretary tviuaom
that in view of the hot, dusty ride of Friday
afternoon he might be obliged to revise his
plans for tbe summer and spend more tune
here than ha had originally intended. He
does not look forward with pleasure to a
twelve hours' ride on the railroad weekly for
the next two months, and he will probably
go to Washington during that period only
when absolutely necessary. Secretary Win
dom heartily concurs in the proposition to
hold cabinet meetings here in the meantime,
and Secretary Halford volunteers to make
trips to Washington as often as necessary.
Frightful I o m ratio Tragedy.
Boston, Mass., July 15. At Somerville
Saturday rajmmg the people were shocked
by the occurrence of a dreadful domestic
slaughter. Mrs. Catharine Smith has been
living with Augustus Rosenberg, although
not believed to have been married. About 1
m. Saturday Rosenberg began the work.
He first sbot Mrs. Smith dead, then her son
Thonia?, aged 14, and then two other chil
ren, one of who will die. While attempting
to escape the murderer fell on a spike, which
penetrated bis brain ana tinea mm. tie is
believed to nave ueeu uiatius.
Very Well Done, Mrs. Grass,
Baltimore, July 15 Another murder
Is added to Baltimore's list Elizabeth Ellen
Gross shot and killed James E. Coates early
yesterday morning. The woman states that
Coates was beating his wife, and she (Gross)
told him he should be ashamed. Coates said
he would kid her. Shortly afterward Coates
whipped out a razor and used threatening
language to the Gross woman, when she took
her pistol out of her pocket and snot him
sieved Her Arm and Lout Her Life.
New York, July 15. Lena Franz, 43
years old, fell and fractured her wrist about
three weeks a;o. Gangrene sat in an I doc
tors advised her to have her arm amputated
to save her life. She refused to submit to
the operation and on Friday lock law set in.
and yesterday afternoon she died at the
Presbyterian hospital. '
The Toledo Commercial Sold.
Toledo, O., July 15. A ileal was consum
mated Saturday whereby Mr. P. C Boyle,
af The Oil City Derrick, purchases from
fticbard hinith Ine Toleilo Commercial. Tbe
xinsideratiou is sai.i to be 135, 5;W. Charles
B. Harrison, of Oil City, will be managing
sditor and tbe new management took control
Senator Wasliburu'a Finances.
New York, July 15. The stories about
the financial embarrassments of Senator W.
D. Washburn, of Minnesota, are made the
subject of an authoritative statement by
Thomas lowrey, of Minneauolig. who has
been his business associate. Mr. Lowrey
saia mat a lew montns ago tbe senator was
somewhat embarrassed owing to bis atten
tion to politics instead of business, but be
had paid all his maturing obligations, and
was all right now.
Room and Picture
Cord Nails & Hooks,
At the very Lowest
Call and see.
C. C. Taylor
Under Rock Island Bonse.
in the three cities is
Irs Cream made from pare Cream
and Savored 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 urntshed 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
C9Picnics, Parties and Sociables fur
nished on short notice,
Candies, Cigars and Tobacco.
Give us a cail.
First Mortgage Farm Loans
Bate 6J per cent and 7 per
TWO KaXLIOST UOLLABH
Loaned by us without loss to any client.
teVCall or write for circular and references.
Have too many hot weather goods. In order to benefit themselves as
well as the public they put the knife clear through present prices this
week. In fact some prices are cut squarely in two. CUT PRICES
will be the programme this week.
Beige Shallies, plain and figured 5c a yard
Shallies, wero l()c now 5o "
Crinkled Seersuckers, were 10c now 5c "
Double fold Beiges were 2(c now 15c "
Fine Shallies were 20c now 14o . "
Too many White Goods, they must go at cut prices. Cord effects
4c per yard. Cord effects better, were 9c, now 5c per yard. Others at
6, 7 and 8 cents per yard.
Lace effects were 15c, now 9c per yard.
On the remainder of tbe White Goods stock in stripes, plaids and
checks, we will give a discount of
16 2 3 PER CENT 1-6 OFF.
Assortment very large.
On Embroideries we will give a discount of
20 PER CENT 1-5 OFF,
aiid the handsomest assortment in the three cities to select from.
We have decided to huntle out the Woolen Dress Goods too. You
can buy them cheap this week. AH colored Woolen Dress Goods wo
will make a discount of
16 2 3 PER CENT 1-6 OFF
the bottom of the bill. If you are a money saver you will buy now.
INDIA SILK3 We will close the balance of our India Silks at 29
cents. There is a bargain for you.
Trtock Island. Illinois.
A Mammoth Stock
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if Is ftSiiHI
MWM llll 111 111 I j Wlfcal awT
1ARGER THAN EVER:
and three times as large as any other establishment in
this city can be seen at the popular store of
C LEWI ANN & SBALZMM.
They bny 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. "WT. ID. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth St., under Commercial
tVFimt class Insurance st lowest rates.
Tbe following are among
A Hoe lnrtfe bonse with sll modern im prove
ments, good barn, trees, etc, S acres of land, fine
location, just ontaide the city limits near the
street cars; cheap, easy terms.
Anice brick residence, with all modem Improve
mente, large grounds, on Elm street, for sale cheap
on easy terms
Two story dwelling, six toom. pood well, ex
tern and cellar, lame barn S acre of land, within
a few steps of Milan street cars, at a bargain.
New house, good cellar and cistern, larpe lot,
finely located in Dodira's addition no the bluff.
A good bouse and improrcmeiitH with alout 4
seres of land suitable for Rardenini; about three
miles from Rock Island for sale cheap.
11.000 will bny 80 acres of land, partly improv
ed, in Cordova township.
S3,5") will bny a good SO acre farm, good im
provements, oa ressonable terms.
BOOTS and SHOES
Trie Largest Stock,
Trie 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 stores .
t3PCall and see us.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Becond Avenue.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE,
22ft Fifth Avenue.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
the many bargains offered:
A first- class SO acre farm, with good improve
ments, in Howling township, cbeap.
A No. 1 one hundred and sixty sere farm, with
first-class improvements, cheap.
A nice bluff property, large grounds, shads
tre. fruits, etc.. cheap.
Two or three acres on the bluff, fine Und for
Four and one-half acres of land on the bluff
nicely located for lots.
Some of the best lots in Dodge's addition oa
A good lot on the bluff In Rodman's sub-division,
f 4JW will bny s fine acre lot just outside city
lini ts. on bluff.
Sl,rstwill bny over 4 acres with bouse, bam,
etc., on bluff.