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THE CROCK ISLAND MONDAY, JULY 22, 1889.
Fancy parasols, were from $2.18 to
3 90, all marked down at oar sale three
weeks a?o to 1 63. Will be slaughtered
this week at 11.13. Some of them cost
us Id hard cash 8.00. There are only
about 25 left, and there will be quite an
advantage in an early selection.
Another lot of some- 30 to 35 ori
ginally marked $3 75 to $5.50, all
were marked down to $3 08 for our great
sale three weeks ago, will be thrown out
on Monday and while they last at
only $1.08. These figures may seem
quite absurd, but they must go. In fact
all ofour parasols and sun umbrellas are
to be slaughtered for this week's great
We think we have rather overbought
on parasols, and are making these severe
cut to enable us to unload before the
season is too far advanced.
Special advantages to be secured in the
early days of the sale. Can not be con
tinued after the assortment is broken.
i ue lowest prices ever recorded for Monday, and an additional 5 per cent dis
count for Tuesday; 10 percent off for Wednesday, 15 per cent off for Thursday;
u ,wr i-rni on ior rriday, and per cent
i uuaiB icii i or oaturuay.
1714. 1716. 1718. 1720 and 1722 Second Avknuk. Rock Island.
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, July 9 and 10.
Regular price 75c.
All late styles. These prices are for these days only.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1705 Secend Avenue.
We were approached a few days ago to become a party to
a scheme which was explained to us in the following langaage:
"We (the schemers) will place a half dozen men in your city and will
viait every house, offering for sale a ticket costing the purchaser 25 cents.
This will entitle the ho'der 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
pictures you can represent as worth $4, f 5 or $6; we will swear it's worth
whatever you say. We place these tickets in the community to keep the
25 ceulH that we collect. Oh. jes, 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. Ehf
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 be can, because you see
this scheme gives him tttr prioea bn lie now obtains."
It is needless to say that RASMUSSEN declined to employ peddlers and
tiiami'm to wokk such questionable tactics. The only means we utte to
create business are:
1st. We make only the finest quality of work and that at popular prices.
2 1. We guarantee satisfaction.
'M. 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.
We start out on Monday a. u. Jul
22d, with a great closing out of all rem
nant, accumulations of the past six
months business. This accumulation
consists of remnants from every depart
ment, remnants of dress goods, remnants
of linens, odd towels, odd napkins, rem
nants of linings, remnants of ginghams,
flannels, prints, muslins, laces, curtain
goods, embroideres, ribbons, odd pairs
of hosiery, gloves, all odd and irregular
lengths through our five large stores, all
go in at about 50 to 60 cents on the
uonar 10 siari on monaay. Any iningi
icti, uu i ucsum wc nunu Live hq viira
5 per cent discount. 10 for Wednesday
15 for Thursday. 20 for Friday, and 25
wn Saturday, all there is left will be
thrown away at 25 per cent discount on
goods already marked down to 50 to 60
cents on the dollar. This should be the
greatest of recorded remnant sales and
we predict it will; notice the scale of diss
counts 5, 10, 15. 20 and 25 percent off
as the week advances. Come in the
forenoon when convenient.
oil from the bottom of your bill on all
Clearing price 48c.
THE SLEEP OF DEATH.
Demise of Adolphus Dnnlap, a Pio
Sketch of Hla Lire Death of Mrs.
Darllnar -rnneral of the Late Hea
ry HrhmUt Vesterdny Afternoon.
Mr. Adolf hus Dunlap died at his home
in South Rock Island at 12:50 Sunday
morning, ai d in his demise one of the
widest known and most highly respected
pioneers of Rock Island county passes
aWay. He came to this county when It
was yet bt t sparsely settled, with his
parents, Mr and Mrs. Joseph Dunlap,
in 1834, he having been born in Jeffer
son county, Ohio, June 7, 1815. Adol
phus was the eldest but one in order of
birth of a family of ten children, and had
served an apprenticeship at the gun
smith trade under the instruction of
Mr. Daniel Edgington, in whose honor
the township of that name in this county
was named lie completed hla trade
with Mr. E after they came to this coun
ty and began to work at it in Edgington
and to him the honor is due of making
the first gun ever made in Rock Island
county. He continued at his trade with
successful results for more than twenty
In 1851 he cjtme to this city and started
a fun smith shop and remained until
1856, wnen he purchased a twenty-eight'
acre piece ol land in South Rock Island
township, oi which he has since resided
Ue owned several hundred acres of land
parity in Edgington township at the time
of his death . In 1840 he was elected
county commissioner and held the office
three years, rspresenting the entire south
em part of the county. He has also held
the offices of township supervisor and
He was ui.ited in marriage in Edging-
ton township Aug. 27, 1840, with Miss
Elizabeth Can. Eleven children blessed
the union, two of whom are deceased
Mrs. Sophia M. Forgy lives in Butler
county, Kan ; Sarah lives at home; Jo
sepn uvea in iudgtngton ; 1'eter is in
Rooks county, Kan : Mrs. Elizabeth
Graham is in South Rock Island; Mrs
Rebecca Grrbara is in this city; Mary
lien lam in anil Adolpnus, Jr., are at
The funer.l was held at 1 o'clock this
Testella, tlie wife of Hiram Darling.
living just b;ick of Daebelliehn's addition
to Moline, !ied at 6 o'clock Saturday
evenine, after six months' intense suffer
ing from caroinomona of the liver. Dr
Sloan was called to attend her on June 6,
last, and from that day there has been
very meagre hopes for her recovery, it
being nccessury for him to make two and
three trips a week out there to see her,
since that tine. Since March 3 the de
ceased had tiot left her bed. For two
weeks she has not recognized friends, life
slowly but si rely ebbing away. During
her illness sh was always bright, never
complaining, patient and hopeful. Those
i who were intimate with her speak of the
woman s Deaiiitui cnaractcr, and pay a
just tribute t ) the dead.
ueceasea was born lec. 1. 1834, at
Guilford, Chenango county, N. Y.. being
one of ten children, eight of whom, three
brothers and five sisters, are now living.
But one, C. T. Guy, lives in this vicinity
Two sisters Leventee L. Mills, of Iowa,
and Amelia M. Guy, of Colorado, have
been faithful attendants at the bedside
oesiaes tne rusoana tnree children are
left behind Will, nattie and Guy. The
deceased's father, aged eighty-one, living
at Mendota. was present at the funeral
which occurred at 2:30 p. m. today.
Mr. and & rs. Darling were married
Aug. 13, 1861, and since that time have
resided in this vicinity. Deceased taught
school from the ag of fourteen year
until married, being at one time principal
of the Rock Island high school. When
married she vas a teacher in the Mendota
FUNERAL OF HENRY SCHMIDT.
The funeral of Mr. Henry Schmidt oc
curred from the residence of Mr. Peter
Fries, 640 Eighteenth street, at 2 o'clock
yesterday afternoon. The house and
grounds wera filled with friends of the
deceased and family. Rev. A. B. Mel
drum conducted the services and of
fered a fervei.t and eloquent prayer, dur
ing which he made touching allusion to
the deceased und his excellent qualities,
as well as to the sorrowing ones left be
hind. The". K. quartette of Daven
port, compost d of Messrs. Downer, Peck,
Atkinson and Knocke, rendered sweetly
ruearer My Clod to Thee," "Lead Kind
ly Light" anl "Abide With Me." The
floral tributex were in such profusion
and in suih elegance and good
taste in design as have never been seen in
Rock Island before. The north parlor in
which the caste t rested contained a mas
sive and beau: itul displ ay. Among some
of the more elaborate designs were a
cross of flowers, in which was woven the
letters, ''Heiurich Schmidt;" an open
book with the inscription, "Rhue Bamet,
Leaber Papa" "Rest Sweetly, Dearest
Papa" from the children; a wreath with
the purple let tered inscription, "To Our
Brother"; an hourglass from Count Vic
tor Langfelt, of St. Louis: a lyre from
Mr. and Mrs. H. Stockhouse, and a lovely
floral piece, "The Gates Ajar," from Jas.
Connor, of Chicago. These are but a
few of the many beautiful tokens.
The scene was one of inexpressible
sadness, as the children, with breaking
hearts, still separated from their
mother by tin broad Atlantic, followed
to the grave tie dust of a kind father,
which had teen sent home from Ger
many by the mother who was so pros
trated herself as to be unable to accom
The pall b arers were Messrs. Lothar
Harms, W. II. Smith, Henry Harrison,
C. F. Gaetjer, Carl Helpenstell and Ar
thur Bun-all, with Clough & Culton, fu
neral conductors. At the grave City
Attorney J. I. Haas delivered a fit and
able oration, ia which he dwelt upon the
liberal, genial, openshearted, manly char
arcter of the deceased. . An octette, com
posed of Prof. Braunlich and Messrs.
Jacjbson, Bruett, Russ, Huber, Helpen
stell, Bickel and 'Beck rendered with
much tenderness three verses of
"UEBKR ALLEN WIPFELKIST RCH."
The Turner societies of Rock Island and
Davenport attended in bodies.
THE TURNER PICNIC.
A Murees)ral Affair for a Very Ieerv
In- Furpune at Hnher'sj tarden Hat
The postponed Turner picnic for the
benefit of the Johnstown flood sufferers
came off at Iluber's garden on Moline
avenue Saturday and it proved a very
successful affair in all points of view,
about $50 being cleared, and all who at
tended enjoying themselves. Bluuer'i
band furnished music for dancing and the
crowd was in every way orderly. In the
afternoon Prof. W. Reuter directed
series of step exercises, in which fifty
little girls and half a dozen boys partici
pated. There was also a drill in calis
thenics and a waltz "Reigen" com'
posed of fancy and graceful figures
Games, etc., followed. The calisthenics
were particularly interesting and it is to
be hoped the public will be given an op
portunity to see more of the accomplish
ments of Prof. Renter in this line before
in tne evening ttie Davenport am:
Rock Island turners gave exercises on the
parallel bars and horse, and the juvenile
class formed ladders and pyramids, and
the seniors formed stand pyramids while
colored lights were burned. There was
also tumbling by the Rock Island turners,
It is understood there will be a grand
gymnastic exhibition at Harper's theatre
when it becomes cooler weather.
A Pretty (.rave t nance.
John H. Randall, a young lawyer of
Davenport, was arrested Saturday after
noon by Sheriff Leonard on a charge of
extorting money by means of threatening
of a prosecution under the Iowa prohib
itory liquor law. This was done, it is
stated, by threatening Moore & Hood
proprietors of a prominent saloon, with a
criminal prosecution under the statute,
wim onenng to witnnraw tne suit upon
the receipt of a certain sum of money
and with accepting such a sum and wim
holding the action. Randall gave bail
The Scott county bar is taking a very ac
tive interest in the matter, undoubtedly
with a view to disbarment if the charges
("apt. Mobintton'n s ondition.
There is no change in Cpt. Robinson's
condition today, and his case is regarded
as extremely serious, with chances now
about even for recovery. Dr. W. F.
Knoll, of Chicago, who conducted the
operation three weeks ago, arrived this
morning, and another operation was per
formed by Drs. Knoll, Paul, Wesoel and
Kinyon, this time in hopes of locating
the bleeding artery. This was done, but
it could not be entirely stopped without
packing and this was done. The captain
has rallied from the operation, and unless
there is a return of the hemorrhage, the
doctors have hopes.
Another Bridge Wanted.
A bridge survey between Lyons and
ulton is being provided for . At a meet
mg of the directors of the company the
nrst or the week, attended by a com
petent engineer, an estimate of the costs
of survey and plans whs submitted, and
it was resolved to proceed to that prelim
inary. A committee Messrs. Henning
sen. Snyder and Jordan, of Lyons, Snyder
and Hansen, of Fulton was appointed
to provide the ways and means therefor.
Citizens of the two towns are taking
snares in the enterprise, uoon which
light assessment will be made for the
survey, to be credited upon the stock
ana thus people are asked to invest, not
to contribute gratuitously to the work
We expect to see the survey made, and
the easy feasibility of a uridge here estab
lished early this season. Clinton Mirror,
Thieves broke Into the vestry room of
Trinity church the other night and Stole
a richly embroidered altar cloth. The
altar vessels were not disturbed.
J Ernes Mahony and Chas. Sanders,
arrested by Officer Loge Saturday night
in Union square, were fined t3 and costs
by Magistrate Wivill this morning for in
Chris. Olson was sent to the county
jail for sixty days by Magistrate Wivill
today as a common drunkard.
There will be a special meeting of the
citizens improvement association on
Tuesday evening next for the purpose of
cansidering the subject of the proposed
consolidation of the cities of Moline and
Rock Island. It is hoped that the mem-i
bers of the discussion committee will
gather some little information beforehand
to present to the meeting, and that there
will be a full and free expression of the
views of representative citizens.
Fred Hass, Pres.
Parnell Honored at Edinburgh.
Edinburgh, July 2 There never was a
larger or more enthusiastic crowd except
poe-iibly when Gladstone comes here than
that which welcomed Parnell to Edinburgh
Saturday. Seventy thousand people lined
the route from the railway station to the
hotel and made progress almost impossible
by insisting on shaking hands with the
Irish champion. The freedom of the city
was conferred upon him in the Corn Ex
change building, whioh was paifced with a
cheering multitude. Ia his speech Parnell
was guarded in his reference to the com mis-
won, merely suggesting that if he had
known that the Judge would have decided
the question of the Patriotic Union's books
as he did be would never have appeared.
'National Editorial Association.
Detroit, Mich., July 22. Over t7,000
will be expanded by the citizens' committee
of this city iu entertaining the members of
tbe National Editorial association, which
holds ita fifth annual meeting; in Detroit
Aug. 27, 28, 5B, and HO. This body is com
posed of delegates elected by the various
state press associations, one delegate to each
twenty members. About thirty states will
be represented by over 300 editors. It ia un
derstood that tbe next conventiou will be
held in Boston.
Pardoned a Priestly Embezzler.
London, July 22. A priest who was re
cently arrested at Vienna for embeulina;
23,000 florins has shown so much contrition
that the archbishop of Vienna intenwUH
for him with the emperor and has just suc
ceeded in securing his pardon.
Ben Butler Calls on Blaine.
Bab Harbor. Me.. Julv 23 R..tu-
who is on his yacht America, called on 8es
retary Blaine Saturday and left his card, as
the secretary was busy preparing for church.
The general drove back to bis vacht without
seeing Mr. Blaine.
Read Mclntire Bros', adv.
Mclntire Bros.' discount sale.
Remnant sale at McCabe Bros.
One-sixth oil on embroideries at Mc
White goods sale at Mclntire Bros',
Mrs. C. Lynde has returned from her
visit to Racine.
Farewell sociable at the M.'.E. church
15c for best Dutch blue waists at Simon
French satins handsome assortments,
at Mclntire Bros.'
8c for best calico waists at Simon &
See the 15 and 18 cent boys' knee pants
at Simon & Mosenfelder's.
Mrs. Phil Mitchell and children are
enjoying the breezes at Spirit Lake.
38c for an assorted lot of 68c and 50c
waists at Simon & Mosenfelder's.
Parasols must go. See the slashers
mentioned in McCabo Bros, adv.
f 1 grade of knee pants selling at 50c
at Simon & Mosenfelder's special sale.
Farewell sociable, ice cream and sup
per, at the M. E. church tomorrow night
Tomorrow night there will be a fare"
well sociable at the First M. E. church.
Mr. P. L. Mitchell and daughters are
taking in fashionable seashore life at
200 grades of boys' knee pants selling
at $1 at Simon & Mosenfelder's special
Sig. Verona (W. V. Wall) manager of
Robinson's floating palaces, was in the
The greatest remnant sale ever held in
this section takes place this week at
The advertisement of the Davenport
Beef company can be seen in another
part of the paper.
SOcent grade of boys' pants selling at
25 cents during special sale only at Simon
Col. T. G. Baylor and daughter, Mrs.
Perley, sail for Europe this week. Mrs.
Baylor will not go to Europe.
Do not delay, but go at once and secure
bargains in boys' knee pants and shirt
waists at Simon & Mosenfelder's.
Engineer Rogers, of the 2 spot on the
R. I . & P. , brought his two little girls up
to spend the Sabbath with him here.
Of boys' knee pants
And shirt waists commenced
Today at Simon & Mosenfelder's.
The annual picnic of tbe Christian
Chapel Sunday school was held at the
watch tower" Saturday, and was a grand
The grocery clerks of this city are re
quested to meet at No. 1620 First avenue
at 8 o'clock tomorrow evening to discuss
matters of importance.
Poormaster Engel has an eleven
months' old boy in his charge who he is
desirous of having adopted, the mother
being unable to provide for him.
Misses Anna McCanJIess, Annie Moore
and Lena Conrad, of Horton, Kin., are
visiting at tbe residence of Dr. A. II.
McCandless, on Twentvthird street.
Ex-alderman Henry Schafer left for
Chicago Saturday night to meet his wife,
who, in company with Alderman Howard
and family, has been around the lakes.
Fancy parasols, formerly 2.18 to
$3.90, marked down to Si. IS; other lots
that were 3 75 up to $5 50, all goat
$1.98, at the great closing out sale at
Messrs. B. H. Hannaford and Z. M.
Willis, of Webster City, Iowa, are inn
specting the Rock Island bouse with a
view of opening negotiations for its
lease from the Messrs. Munger.
Remnant sale this week at McCabe
Bros. Starters at 50 to 60 cents on the
dollar, 5 per cent additional discount on
Tuesday, 10 on Wednesday. 15 on Thurs
day. 20 on Friday and 25 per cent oil on
Saturday on all there is left.
Some vandal pulled a plug out of the
boilers of the White Eagle at Davenport
Saturday night and yesterday the boilers
were found to be burned out and the boat
unfit for service. The accident might,
had it not been discovered, have resulted
A Pennsylvania editor has discovered
that everything in nature is playful. He
says: "The lightning plays, the wind
whistles, the thunder rolls, the snow flies,
the waves leap, and the fields smile.
Even the trees shoot and the rivers and
Inspired, it seems, by a wholesome re
spect for our police patron, Mrs. Bresn
ahan, the woman who deserted a babe in
this city a few days ago, has made her
appearance here from Rock Island and
taken the little one from Mrs. Karl, with
wnom it was lodged. DavenDort Dem
Davenport defeated Peoria Saturday
by a score of 4 to 1, the respective bat
teries being R bines and Harrington and
Uoskins and Newman. Yesterday 3.000
people assembled to witness tbe second
game, which was cabed by rain at the
end of the fourth inning-when the scoie
stood 3 to 1 in favor of the visitors. It
is being played today. The same teams
play again tomorrow.
The prospects are that Rock Island
county will soon have about twenty six
incurable insane patients on its hands.
The state was redistricted last week, and
Rock Island will now have to send
its insane to the Elgin asylum,
while twenty-six patients in the hos
pitals at Jacksonville and Kankakee
will be returned. There's no no other
place to put them but at the county
farm, and there are no accommodations
there for them.
SupU Schnitger, of the Holmes lines,
has returned from his business trio to
Chicago. He reports all the iron ordered
for the further extension and rebuilding
of the lines in the three cities, and says
that additional stock will be bought as
fast as possible, while the order for the
closed cars for winter service has been
placed with a different company from the
one that turned out the summer cars.
Supt. Schnitger also states that the exs
tension up Elm street to Fourteenth
avenue will be constructed this fall.
Robinson's grand moral shows on three
and 27th. Wherever they have exhib
ited the press speaks in high praise of tbe
entertainment. Every feature has been
selected vt ith good judgment and nothing
will be presented but what is chaste and
instructive. Just think, a museum,
menagerie, aquarium, aviary, wax stat
uary, art gallery, rare relics, illusions, a
steam calliope, and a fine performande
in the Qrand opera house all to be seen
for a small price of admission. As has
been said it is "an event that comes but
once in a lifetime."
Fully twenty five hundred people
witnessed the aquatic exhibition of Capt.
Chas. Andrews at the Watch Tower Sat
urday afternoon. The performance took
place on Rock river at the base of the
tower, and were highly interesting
and instructive in all the partic
ulars, the captain appearing in an in
flated rubber suit similar to that worn by
Capt. Paul Boyton, and going through a
number of remarkable exploits. Yester
day's exhibitiou at Credit Island was dis
pensed with, owing to the accident which
prevented the White Engle from going
Deameia Can't bs Cored
by local application, as they can not
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness,
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an ioflaaied con
dition of the mucus lining of the Eustach
ian tube. When this tube gets inflamed
you have a rumbling sound or imperfect
hearing, and when it is entirely closed
deafness is the result, and unless tbe in
flammation can be taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition,
bearing will be destroyed forever; nine
cases out of ten are caused by catarrh,
which is nothing but an inflamed condi
tion of the mucus surfaces.
We will give one hundred dollars for
any case of deafness (caused by catarrh)
that we can not cure by taking Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free.
F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, O.
tSold by druggists, 75c.
V. S. SiuNALOrrirc. i
Washington, 1. C.,Julyi2. (
For the next 24 hours for Illinois
At Black Hawk watch tower landing
for rent by the hour or day. Ten row
boats, three sail boats and one barge.
A peculiarity of Hood's Sarsaparilla is
mat wniie it purifies the blood, it im
parts new vigor to every function of the
Room and Picture
Cord Nails & Hooks,
At the very Lowest
Call and see.
C. G. Taylor
Under Rock Island Boue.
-in the three cities is-
Ire Cream made from pure Cream
and flavored with tbe popular
flavors. A trial of this cream
will convice all that It can
not be excelled.
Picnics, Sociables and Parties
of all kinds, famished on
Trefz & Co.,
No. 2223 Fourth Avknuk.
The Ice Cream made at this establish
lisbment is from pure cream and
is flavored with all the dif
C&"Picni'8, Parties and Sociables fur
nished on short notice,
Candies, Cigars and Tobacco.
Oive us a ciil.
First Mortgage Farm Loans
Kate 6 per cent and 7 per
TWO MILLION DOLLAR
Loaned bj n without loea to any client.
fVCall or write for circular and references.
Continue for another week their Discount Sale
Plaid, Checked and Striped White Goods.
This week will see the stock reduced to the proper
point and the usual prices will prevail there
after. It will pay yon to buy onr
Our Embroidery stock is still too large. Will continue
the Discount Sale this week 1-0 oft on all embroideries
We will show you a handsome assortment of Wash
goods in domestic and French Satteens', Shallies, Seer
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1ARGER THAN EVER:
and three times as large as any other establishment in
this city can be seen at the popular store of
OLEMANN & E3ALZMANN.
They buy direct from tbe Manufacturers, thus saving the
wholesale dealers' profits and are enabled to command the
No. 1525 and 1527 Second Ave.,
The only Double Front Store in Rock Island.
Geo. W. 13. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth St., under Commercial
fVFiret-clasa Insurance at lowest rates.
The following are anion?
A fine laree houe with all modern iirirr.
meniR. gooa nam. trees, etc, 3 acre of land, line
location, jurt onUide the city limits near the
street cars; cheap. easy term.
A nice brick residence, with all modem Improve
menu, large grouuds, on Elm street, tor sale cheap
on easy terms.
Two story dwelling, six looms, pood well, ci
tern and cellar, larire barn S ai re of land, within
a few steps of Milan street cars, at a hareaiu.
New house, good cellar and cistern, larse lot,
finely located in Dodtre's addition on the bluff.
A Kood house and improvements w ith about 4
acres of land suitable for gardening about three
miles from Rock Island for sale cheap.
tl.Ortl will buy So acres of land, partly improv
ed. in Cordova township.
$4,500 will buy a (rood HO acre farm, good im
provements, on reasonable terms.
$2,50 PER GALLON,
KOHIST & ADLER'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK. : : ; ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
BOOTS and SHOES
Tlac Lowest Prices
ia 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 .
r"Call and see us.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE. 1818 Second Avenue.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
the many bargains offered:
A first- class SO acre farm, with (rood improve
ments. in Howling township, cheap.
A No. 1 one hundred and sixty acre farm, with
first clas improvfiuf uts, cheap.
A nice bluff property, large grounds, shad
trees, fruits, etc.. cheap.
Two or three acres on tbe bluff, fine lnd for
Kour and one-half acres of land on the bluff
nicely located for lots.
Mome of the best lots In Dodge'k addition on
A good lot on the bluff in Kodman'a eub divis
fUMI w ill buy a fine 'i acre lot just outside city
llui ts. on bluff.
tl.fsm will buy over 4 acres with house, barn,
etc.. on bluff.
floating palaces will be here on the 26th
2029 Fifth Avenue.