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THE BOCK IRTA3TO -jikMtra- TUESDAY, JULY 23, 1889.
Fancy parasols, were from $2.18 to
3 00, all marked down at our sale three
weeks ago to $1 63. Will be slaughtered
this week at fl 18. Some of them cost
us io hard cash 3.00. 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 f5.50, all
were marked down to $3.62 for our great
sale three weeks ago, will be thrown out
on Monday and while they lust
only $1 OS. These figures may seem
quite absurd, but they must go. In fact
all oflour parasol and aun umbrellas are
to be slaughtered for this week's great
We think we have rather overbought
parasols, and are mttkine these severe
cuts to enable us to unload before the
season is too far advanced.
Special advantages to be secured in tl.
early (lavs of the stile. Can not lw con
tinued after the assortment is broken.
The lowest prices ever recorded for Monday, and an additional 5 per cent ilia
count for Tuesday. 10 per cent off for
20 per cent off for Friday,
and 25 per cent
re in ii a is left forStturday .
1714. 1716, 171. 1720 and 1722 Second Avenue. Rook Island.
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, July 9 and 10.
Regular price 7f)C.
All late styles.
These prices are
KINGSBURY &. SON,
170.r Secenl Avenue.
In competition with the Leading Refrigerators of th
United States received the
of ice, using only 12.17 as much ice as its best compet
itor and 9.1 7 as much as one of its would be competitors.
puHaenses the only provision chamber free from odors, produces a dry
cold air winch no ohter can equal, and has preserved fresh meats three
weeks in the hottest weather. Froduces better results with less ice
than any other Refrigerator. The flues of the
do not require cleaning hs 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'K-k Island than all others.
WIIMRD BAKER & CO.,
SOLE AGENTS KOR ROCK ISLAND,
Opposite Harper House.
is one array of beauty
iWall Paper, Curtains
Call and make your selections from the Largest stock,
the Newest Patterns and Lowest prices.
We start out on Monday A. m. July
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, emhroideres. ribbons, odd pairs
of hosiery, gloves, all odd a nd irregular
lengths through our five Urge stores, all
go in at about 50 to 60 cents on the
dollar to start on Monday. Anything
left on Tuesday we shall give an extra
5 per cent discount. 10 for Wednesday.
15 for Thursday. 20 for Friday, and 25
en Saturday, all there is left will be
thrown away at 25 per cent discount on
goods already marked down to 50 to CO
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 per cent off
as the week advances. Come in the
forenoon when convenient.
Wednesday, 15 per cent off for Thursday;
off from the bottom of your bill on all
Cleariiig price 4Sc.
" " 3Sc.
; " 27c.
44 1 44 22c.
" 44 18c.
for these day; only.
highest award for economy
with its loads of new
TOO MUCH TALK.
It Drives a Ycnng Woman Almost
Lilasle vain' Knah Heed, and the
t'anne Thtreof Wouldn't Live
When People Mlandered Her.
"I was simfly determined to die. and
I took this means of accomplishing my
end." These were the words of Mrs.
Lizzie Cain when seen by an A nous re
porter at her brother's home 435 Fourth
street this af U moon. She had attempt
ed suicide last night by swallowing six
grains of niorj bine she bad purchased at
a down-town drugstore in the afternoon,
and it w is only through the
most skillful and persistent exer
tions of Dr. Eyster that she was
prevented from accomplishing her end.
She is rather bright looking, twenty
years of age , and came here from
Wapello, lows, two months ago to live
with her brother. Her maiden name was
Lizzie Simons, and her husband, Robert
Cain, left her three years ago, after tbey
had been mairied eleven months. Of
late there have been rumors afloat in the
lower end of town associating her in an
unenviable light w ith a younvc man living
over the slough.
She was cheerful when seen this
aflernoou, thrush not disposed to talk.
She wanted iiothing said in the paper
about her. Finally she became more
conversant and made the remark quoted
above. Then in answer to the further
question as to why she wanted to die,
"Because people will talk about me and
spread slanderous reports about me, and
now if they don't stop I will do the same
thing again. 1 don't want to live where
I am eternally talked about and slan
dered." "Who is the young man they associate
"I don't care to say that. He is a nice
young man and has been abused just as
I have. I don't want to, mix him up
with Ibis case.'
"Are you sorry now you did not suc
ceed in accomplishing your destruction?"
"No, I don't know that I am. If peo
ple will just leave me alone I will be all
right, but if they won't one feels like do
ing something lespernte, just as I did."
She refnsed t converse further, except
to say that she was goiDg to leave town
tonight to stay until she recovered, and
that she was on'y waiting and anxious to
see "Barnely" t rst. She appears to be
entirely out of Janger now, but her des
perate deed cteated considerable of a
sensation in the neighborhood in which
DISMISSED TDK CASE.
Indxe AdaniN Heridfn that the City
Content r Ha no htuudiuK in the
Judge Adams this morning rendered
his decision in the mayoralty contest case,
which on a technicality was decided in
favor of the def -ndant. Mayor McCono
chie. After reviewing the manner in
which the case was brought into court,
and citing authorities in parallel suits,
showing that ti e case should have been
brought at the probate instead of the law
term, and that it could not now be trans
ferred, the juil 'e closes bis opinion as
I vrdi r to entitle a probate matter to a
Ik Vig at a law term it must lie properly
n liter! or it l as no standing in court
It it ynceded that the case before us is
err nevisly on the law docket. Can the
court tL-n, sitting as a law court, enter
an onler (uhsIiii it the summons and cont
tinning ie esse with leave to issue a
siinimnsetiirr able to a probate term of
tbe court .'VThm would leave the case
still in tbev c urt to be heard and dis
puted of at-rr.ibale l?rm."
'The prv. ding was brought as a law
case, the simoons was issued and made
returnable atY law term, and it was
treated throuuVit Ks a law case, and it
is still pending the law court. The
court has decidi Vhat the summons was
improvidently iVied and must be
(uashed, but it. hu.n power to Older the
case continued anf.tet the clerk issue a
summons returr able t.( the next probate
term. Thecou-t ha. no jurisdiction of
the matter as a law Curt and can make
no order whatever in rlation to it except
to dismiss it at iilaintifV costs, and that
is the order entered here
poses to ap-
peal the case
Out ofttif (ue
Tonight the Hock Island Yitizens' Im
provement association meetV to discuss
tbe proposition to consolidau the cities
of Rock Island und Moline. Ve A nous
has been disposed to treat thisVfaa in a
conservative light and to makelny rea
sonable connesHons that might vlound
to the mutual benefit of the two cia in
volved, but from the sentiment r the
Bioune citizens i uus tar luiervieweu here
seems to be a tendency on their pat. to
take everything and give nothing-r-o
create the impression that only Rotfc
Island is to gain by such consolidation -n
wbereaB it is the other way exactly, for a'
smaller city always profits by annexation
to a larger, especially where the
latter is better known and lias
better advantages. In Ibis connection it
may be as well to have it understood that
any thought of Rock Island altering its
name or making any concessions or com
promises affecting its name is entirely out
of the question. Tbe city is too proud
of tbe nkme by which it is known far and
wide, in section) of tbe globe where Mo
tine or Davenport either, for that matter,
has never been heard of. We might
give up other things, but our name
never; and that might as well be under
stood to begin v ith.
Tbe Arabs bare a proverb to the effect
that a man has Bot fulfilled bis destiny
unless be has ei her planted a tree, digged
a well or begottt n a child. If this be so
then bas Mr.L. K. West has more than fill
ed bis destiny, f ir this morniug at eleven
o'clock bis wife presented him with the
first pledge of affection in tbe form of
twins a four at d a half pound daughter
and A -pound t on.
BANISHED THE VICAR.
A ' of M Intakes Intntity cornea
Very Nearly Keanltlnr Herionaly
A Vlnlt to Big Island.
A prominent local minister of the gos
pel, whose general appearances on an ex
tremely bot day when he is dressed to
suit the weather, sometimes somewhat
belie his calling, was the subject of a re
ception, to say the least unbecoming, if
not altogether unceremonious, on a recent
visit to some friends who are inhabitants
of the tented village on Big Island. The
clergyman in company with a friend
from out of town, had been invited by
some young men on the island to visit them
and having arrived there and had the
right tent, as he supposed, pointed out to
them, the Kock Island D. D. led the way,
speaking in an exceedingly complimentary
manner of the tidiness and cleanliness
with which "the boys" kept things as he
led ihe way into the rear tent used as a
kitchen. But he had scarcely passed
within, his friend lingering at the en
trance, when he was met with a reception
wholly unexpected and to which a man
in his station is not as a rule accustomed.
"What are you doing in my kitchen.
Get out of there as quick as your legs
will let you," came from a shrill voice,
easily detected as that of a female.
"I beg your pardon madam," replied
the clergyman as he turned with surprise
to face Ihe person who had spoken, and
tipping his hat, said: "I beg your pardon
most sincerely if I intrude, but I
"You thought I think you have got
lots of nerve and lots of gall to walk into
my kitchen this way. You are the cheek
iest fellow I have seen these many days;
now just you make tracks as fast as you
can, and if I catch you around here again
111 shake you."
But the trembling minister had shook
himself by this time; had backed com
pletely out into the open air and was
looking appealingly to his companion,
who, too, had been involuntarily consid
ering means of self-defense.
"Well I must say that I have made a
serious mistake my dear madam," the
pastor ventured again; "I have certainly
gotten into the wrong tent, but--"
"None .of your palaver now, and if
you don't go I'll set my dog on you."
"'Dog on me" if I dou't go then,"
whispered the minister to his speechless
friend, and be attempted no further apol
ogies for he and his .friend hur
riedly sought the protection of the
"boys' " tent, but were sure they were
not mistaken before going in. They
did not remain on the island that night.
Report of 4'ollrrtlnn from the Fifth
DlMirlrt A t.ood Mhowlnx by llrm
The figures have been compiled show
ing the total amount of collections of
internal revenue during the four years'
term of George A. Wihon, of Peoria, for
the Fifth district of Illinois. Mr, Wil
son was inducted into office July 1, 1335,
and was relieved by his successor July
15, 1SS9, during which time he collected
the enormous sum of $ 66.052,81)9 96.
The second division, which includes
Rock Island, in charge of George W.
Henry, Esq., during the period since the
consolidation, July 1, 1887. to July 15,
19, collected and remitted to the head
office 220,659 90. of which $25,831.12
was for special tax stamps; f 151,524 25
for beer stamps; $42.320 25 for cigar
stamps; and $984 28 for tobacco stamps.
The transfer of the office at Peoria was
made on the 16th inst., and the accounts
as audited by Special Revenue Agent
Spaulding, agreed to a cent. This show
ing Is certainly very complimentary to
Mr. Wilson and his faithful assistants,
of whom Deputy Collector Henry, of this
city, was one of the most trusted. Mr.
Wilson speaks in the highest terms of
his efficiency and promptness in looking
after all revenue matters, and it is doubts
ful whether Collector Starr can afford to
dispense with his services. Messrs.
Huckstaedt and Burrall also contributed
in no slight degree to bring this division
up to iis high standard of excellence.
IteNoluiionM of ( uniloleurr.
At a regular meeting of Island City
Camp, No. 309, Modern Woodmen of
America, the following resolutions were
Whereas, Ithas pleased the Almighty
God in bis divine wisdom to again visit
our noble order and remove from our
midst bv a most sudden death our es
teemed and lamented neighbor, Henry
Whereas, We have lost Neighbor
Henrv Hakker, a pood and worthy mem
ber of the noble order of Modern Woods
men of America, and the surviving wife
and children a kind and affectionate bus
band and father; therefore be it
KeHoloed, That we tender the family
of our deceased neighbor our sincere and
heartfelt sympathy in their sad bereave
ment, and' commend them to the love
and guidance of Him who has promised
to be a husband to the widow, and a
father to the fatherless, and who will
temper the wind to the shorn lamb; and
r. l iTi . I
our deceased neighbor our charter be
'raped in mourning for tbe space of
u-irtv days, and a copy of these resolu
tk-ns be sent to the family of our de-
ceaWl neighbor, and also furnished to
the kiress and engrossed on the records
or o camps.
Thk 18th day of July. 1839
R. B. McLac hlan.
E. F. Helpenstell.
A Boy Imwned,
Adolph Krickson, nine-year-old son
of Isaac Et ckson, an employe at Wey-
erhauser & Lenkman's.waa drowned near
Siegrist's icd house last evening while
bathing with to other boys named W
R. Weaverlioa and Fred Zimmerman,
Tbe body was tucovered later by Wil
liam F. HeitabreVl.
. Coroner Hawes Veld an inquest and a
verdict of accidents drowning was re'
turnea. t he luneraj occurs at 3 p. m
IT. 8. SigsAL OrricK.
Washington, i. a. July.8. f
For the next 24 hours for Illinois
light showers, cooler. V
A Keat Bobbery Early Tbl Hornlnc
Other Misdemeanor. '
Between 3 and 4 o'clock this morning
burglars effected an entrance to the bouse
of Otto Seib, adjoining bis saloon on
Fourth avenue and Seventeenth street,
and going into Mr. Seib's sleeping apart
ments, took his trousers into an adjoin
ing room and ransacked the pockets, but
finding nothing went into the Bitting
room and finding 53.95 on the table,
politely pocketed it, and taking a couple
of silver watches, departed. There is no
clew whatever to the burglars.
Frank Knight, of Peoria, was arrested
for carrying concealed weapons. He had
a lot of bogus jewelry in his possession.
In the police court this morning, Mrs.
Mathilda Schiebly was fined $3 and costs
for using abusive language.
Clarence Most was fined $ 3 and costs
for intoxication, and John Masterson was
fined $3 and costs for attacking Most.
Peter Norton was assessed $3 and costs
Sale at the M. & K.
1.25 boys' buff shoes 78 cents at the
M. & K.
$2 50 quality of men's flue shoes $1 80
at M. & K.
Lemons 20 cents per dozen at F. U.
$2.25 tjuality of boys' shoes $1 55 at
the M. & K.
Mr. Harry Trucsdale, of Minneapolis,
is in the city.
$2 quality of men's heavy shoes f 1 30
at the M. & K.
Hlaekberries, cheap, by the case, at C.
Misses' $1 50 quality goat shoes fl.05
at tbe M. & K.
Choice oranges and bananas at C. C.
W. C. Collins and family have re-
urned from St. Paul. .
Regular 3 qualtty of ladies' kid thoes
2 20 at the M. & K.
$1 75 quality of men's heavy shoes
f 1 .15 at the M. & K.
Ladies' fine kid shoes $1.8) at the M.
& K. worth $2.50
Miss Annie Armour, of Ottawa, is vis
iting the Misses Hass.
Fine $3 quality of men's fine shoes
2 30 at the M. & K.
50 cent quality of infants' shoes 59
cents at the M. & K.
There is no important change in Capt.
Robinson's condition today.
Blackberries the cheapest place in the
city to buy is at F. G. Young's.
Special discount of 10 per cent on all
remnants tomorrow at MeCabe Bros.'
$1 quality of child's hand-tume
spring heel shoes 65 cents at the M. & K
Tbe first of the new consignments of
iron for the Holmes lines arrived this
Genuine Mason jars, pints 90 cents;
quarts $ 1.10. and two quarts $1 35 per
dozen at May's.
Mrs. C. F. Gaetjer will leave on Thurs
day for a month's visit to relatives at
Buying remnants at McCabe Bros".
sale is just like finding money, if you can
use them as they are.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Reimers leave this
afternoon for Minnesota, Mrs. Reimers to
remain several months.
Parasols in the whirl ?5 parasols
$1.98; $2 to $3 50 parasols cut down to
$1.18 at McCabe Bros.
Trainmaster Stanton and Train Dis
patcher McIIugh, of the Q. at Beards
town, were in the city today.
Wanted Business men with small
capital; good business; large profits.
On exhibition at Market square.
Remnants going rapid as the sale ad
vances 10 per ceott)count on an rem
nants tomorrow at McCabe J3ros.'
Look out for the spicy clothing locals,
especially in regard to boys' wear, when
the M. & K. begin to blow tbeir horn.
Tonight occurs the meeting at tbe Cit
izens' Improvement association rooms to
consider tbe plan of annexation of Mo
line to Rock Island.
Remnants marked about one-naif reg
ular price of goods, and 10 per cent dis
count from the half price tomorrow at
Maj . J. P. Sanger completed his exam
ination of Maj. McGinnis' accounts at
Rock Island arsenal yesterday and left
last evening for the east.
Atkinson & Oloff haye ordered the
limestone for the curbing of Second
avenue at Anamosa, and all work is now
delayed pending the arrival of that ma
terial. Buffalo Prairie bas a sensation, the
circumstances being the flogging of Jo
seph Neela in the public highway by John
Moorehead. Arrests are likely to be
A number of male singers, whose
voices show careful training, gave some
pleasant serenades in the upper part of
town last evening. Tbe music was of an
enjoyable and soothing nature and such
as is always welcomed.
When you take into consideration bow
much cheaper than others the M. & E.
have been selling shoes, now with tbe re
bate off, it enables you to supply your
self and family with footwear at prices
that are appreciated.
The excursion on the Golden Gate un
der the auspices of the Central church
last evening was a great success, and was
highly enjoyed. Tbe excursionists were
given a grand reception by Dr. AJexan-
der at White Sulph nr Springs, whither
Twenty-six moulders In the employ of
the Union Malleable Iron works of Mo
line struck today because of a redaction
ranging from eight to twenty-five per
cent in wages. The company is engag
ing new men, ana no trouble is appre
Peoria defeated Davenport yesterday
2 to 1. Tbe batteries were Fanning and
Harrington, for Davenport, and Bartson
and Newman for 1'eoria. The same
clubs play again today. Tbe Davenport
association lias released Pitcher Pender
and its brilliant fielder McBride, having
s;gned a new fielder named Nicholas, and
Is reported to have signed Krock, the
pitcher recently released by Chicago.
Biebi'i Mandolin Orchestra.
Biehl's Mandolin Orchestra at Black
Hawk's Watch Tower every day for six
days, commencing Wednesday, July 24,
from 10 a. m. to 9 30 p. m musical spe
ciaties, xylophone solos, etc a rich
treat for those fond of music. dCt
At Black Hawk watch tower landing
for rent by the hour or day. Ten row
boats, three sail boats and one barge.
Get rid of that tired feeling as quick as
possible. Take Hood's Sarsaparilla,
which gives strength, a good appetite
STATE OF ILLNOIS, (
Km k Island County, ""
T" the September terra, A. D. lfcMt of the Clrcnit
court In CbaLcery.
Eiluar Dt-Korext Kolwm and Bridget Broderirk,
complainant, ve. I axarns l.owry. Emily N.
lxm ry, rand Marshall Rield. Lorenzo (4. Wood
hoiiKe, Joseph N Field, Harlow H. Higenhot
tom, John O. McWilhatn, partners a Man-ball
Field & Co.. Albert A. Sprwcoe, Olho 8. 8.
8lraeiie and Ezra J. Vt arrer, partners as
Sprai;iie, Warner & Co., Clement Baine A Co.,
Winona Mill Company, John 11. Lowry, de
fendnnta Bill to Foreclose,
To ihe above named defendant, the Winona Mill
C( mpanv :
Affidavit of yonr non-residence bavin? been filed
In the office of the clerk of said circuit conn,
notice in hereby given to you, the Winona Mill
Company, that the above named complainants
have filed in said court their bill of complaint
mrainiit yoaon tbe chancery side of said court;
that a summons in chancery has been issued in
said cause againxt you returnable to the next
term of said circuit court to be beenn and nolden
at ihe court houne In the city of Kock Island In
said county, on th first Monday of September,
A D. 1KH, at which time and place you will ap
pearand plead, answer, or demnr to said bill of
complaint, if yon see fit.
Kock Island, III.. July 33. A. D. 1S89.
GKOltuE W. GAMBLE,
Clerk of said Court.
SwERNEr A Walker, Sol'rs for complt's. dw
state of Illinois,
Kock Island County, (
In the Circuit Court, September Term, A. D. ISSft.
Cornelius H. Smith vs. the I'nknown htirs of
Mnsnn Fitch, deceased In Chancery.
A fildavit that the names of the unknown heirs
of Mason Fitch, the above defendants, are tin-
known, having been filed in the clerk's office of
the circuit court of said county, iotire i there
fore hereby given to the said defendants that the
complainant tiled hia bill of complaint in said
court, on the chancery side thereof, on the ld
day of Jnly. lSSw, and that thereupon a summons
iHFuruum ui sum conn, woerein ssia ami is now
peiding. returnable on the first Monday in the
month cf September next, as is by law required.
Now, unless you, the said defendants above
named, the unknown h ire of Mason Kilrh.de-
lea-ed, shall personally be and appear before
said circuit court on the first day of the next terra
thereof, to be holdenat Rock Island in and for
said countv, on the first Monday in September
uci, aim pieau, srswer or oemur to the said
complainant's bill of complaint, the same and the
matters and things therein charged and stated
will be taken as confessed, and a decree entered
against you according to the prayer of aaid bill
Kock lland. 111., July, as, ls?it.
OEO. W. GAMBLE. Clerk of sail Court
A i. in I'leasants, Compt's Sol'r. d4w
Room and Picture
Cord Nails & Hooks,
At the very Lowest
Call and see.
C. C. Taylor
Under Rock Island Ilon-
-in the three cities is-
Ice 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 Focrth Avenue.
The Ice Cream made at this establish
lishment is from pure cream and
is flavored with all tbe dif
(Picnics, Parties and Sociables fur
nished on shor. notice.
Candies, Cigars and Tobacco.
Give us a cail.
First Mortgage Farm Loans
Bate per cent and 7 per
TWO MILLION DOLLARS
Loaned by a without lose to any client.
IVCall or write for circular and references.
Continue for another week thr-ir Discount Sale on
Plaid, Checked and Striped White Goods.
This week will see the stock reduced to the proper
point and the usual prices will rrevail there
after. It will pay yon to buy our
Our Embroidery stock is still too large. Will continue
the Discount Sale this week 1-G oil" on all embroideries
We will show you a handsome assortment of Wash
goods in domestic and French Satteens, Shallies, Seer
Rock Island. Illinois.
A Mammoth Stock
ts" -t iwMawaaj'tie IjtBsyt-r-jivi. settciMSSP
I J 1 ! 3 ' 'V-sv
1ARGER THAN EVER:
and three times as large as any other establishment in
this city can be seen at the popular store of
CI EM ANN & S3ALZMANN.
They buy 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.' AY. 13. Heirris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth St., under Commercial
ty First clasa Insurance at lowest rates.
The following are among
A fine laree houne with all modern initriive
ments. good barn, trees, etc, 3 arret" of land, fine
location. jut ouuide the city limits near the
street cars: cheap, eay terms.
A nice hrick residence, with ail modem Improve
ments, large grounds, on Elm street, tor sale che ap
on easy terms
Two story dwelling, six rooms, (rood well, cit
tern and cellar, lnri:e ham acre of litnd. within
a few steps of Milan street cars, at a bargain.
New house, pood cellar and cistern, lari'e lot,
finely located in Dodge's additlou on the bluff.
A good house and improvements with alsiut 4
acres of land suitable for sardenine about three
miles from Kock Island for sale cheap.
l.(Xl will buy 80 acres of land, partly improv
ed, in Cordova township.
s,5t) will buy a irood so acre farm, rood im
provements, on reasonable terms.
$2,50 PER GALLON,
KOHN & ADLER'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK.
BOOTS and SHOES
Tlae Lowest Prices
in the three cities. It will be a mistake to buy before
you see our bargains.
" Ladie sand Qents 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 .
t3FCall and see us.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Avenue.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE,
2929 Fifth Avenue.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
the many bargains offered:
A first- class 80 acre farm, with good improve
incuts, in Bowline township, chenp.
A No. 1 one hundred and siity acre farm, with
fir-t-cia-s improvements, cheap.
A nice bhiff property, large (rronnda. shads
trees, fruits, etc.. cheap.
Two or three acres on the Muff, line lmd for
Four Hiid one-half acres of land on the bluff
nicely ItM-ated for lots.
Some of the best lots In Dodge's addition on
A good lot on the bluff in Hodman's sub-divia-ion.
(Kill will bnv a fine 4 acre lot just outside city
lint ts. on bluff.
t will buy over 4 acres with house, barn,
etc.. on blutT.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.