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THE HOCK ISLAND AKGUS. MONDAY, AUGUST 5, 1889.
As a spcc'al advertisement for oar
Millinery department we will open on
Monday a. m. Aug. 5th, at 9 o'clock
sharp, a lot of all stylet assorted hats for
ladies, misses and children at
3c, 3c, 3c.
These are closing lota and include
many styles that sold earlier in the sea
son at 25. 83. 45, 50, 63 and 75c, now all
at 3 cents.
To add to the attractions for this
week we threw out the last of the silk
mitts of the late firm of
WOLF & WEIDNER
which Mr. McCabe bought some time ago
but owing to litigations have just been
delivered. The failure of this Arm cres
ted quite a sensation in Chicago when it
occurred a few weeks ago, and the many
legal complications which hare since
arisen hare caused much discussion by
the Chicago papers.
We shall sell one lot of pure silk lace
Mitts at 4o a pUr.
A lot of children's silk lace Mitts,
better quality, at 0c a pair; 2:1 dozen
ladies silk Jersey Mitts at 14c a pair; 15
dozen misses Jersey Mitts, better qimlity,
at 20c, a big line of colors, and black,
several styles at 25c a pair.
tfTOne lot special Black Milts, 45c. Very cheap.
1714. 1718. 1718. 1720 and 1722 Skcond Avknur. Rock Island.
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, July 9 and 10.
Regular price 75c. Clearing price 48c.
" 65c. " " 44c.
" POc. " " 38c.
" 35c. " ' ' 27c.
30c. " 22c.
" 25c. " 18c.
All late styles. These prices are for the9e days only.
KINGSBURY & SON, -
1705 Secend Avenue.
In competiiion 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 only provision chamber free from odors, produces a dry
cold air which no ohler can equal, and has preserved fresh 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
tifically constructed, the cold dry air by constant circulation keep9 it
sweet and clean. The best made, best finished and handsomest Re
frigerator in the market. There are more ALASKA Refrigerators in
use in Kwk Island than all others.
WILLARD BAKER & CO.,
SOLK AGENTS FOR ROOK ISLAND,
Opposite Ilarper 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.
. SUTCLIFFE BROS.
Keep the ball "rolling this week as usual
l.V - . 1 .
whu oilier lots oi
Hot Mer Bargains
To bring our gents furnishing goods
department into greater prominence we
shall place on sale Monday a. m. 25 doz
en men's nnlaundried white Shirts (linen
bosom) at 18 cents a piece. We re
serve the right to limit the quantity to
At the same time we shall place on
ale 20 dozen men's night shirts made of
pure muslin, full sizes, both plain white
and fancy trimmed, at the one price, 50c
for either. Remember only 20 dozen,
first come, first served.
Still on sale plenty of
Ladies Black Hose 3c
" Striped hose. .. 2c
' assorted colors 4c
" guaranteed fast black hose
(will not discolor the feel) ftc
Men's cheviot work shirts 19c
' nice tennis shirts 45c
" mixed half hose lc
Wool tricots, latest colors, 18 a yard.
A lot of dress challies at 2c.
First class gauze summers corsets, 34c.
Genuine indigo prints, 5c.
Good brown muslin, 3c. ana many
other bargains which we shall keep con
stantly at the front.
A Haesk Thief Capture After at
Lively Cba on Mecona Ave
Other E vll DoinK".
A well -creased man, though a stranger
in the city, came around the corner of
Seventeenth street, and darted down Sec
ond avenuo like a deer shortly after 11
o'clock thin morning. In close pursuit,
and gainin on him at every step from
Seventeenth, was Aid. J. . Lvkin.
"Stop, thitfl stop that man I" .exclaimed
the plucky little alderman, and he dashed
after the man in front. At Sixteenth the
stranger rtn into two of the street la
borers, who had attempted to atop him,
and in an instant Larkin bad the fleet-,
footed fellow by the coat collar, and
walked hi n to the station, followed by
a crowd that been attracted by the al
derman's exclamationa. The cause of
all this excitement was a sneak thief
who had been in the act of
robbing room at (Gordon's ho
tel on M trket Square and was making
a bold bret.k for freedom. He came to
Rock Island with the Forepaugh shows
Thursday nnd put up at Gorden's where
be has been since. His business was ap
parently selling song leaves and he car
riedonqu'tea business in the city and
got preity will acquainted. This morn
ing, as wan the case yesterday morning,
he did not arise in time for breakfast,
and today bad not appeared down stairs
until after the robbery was committed.
About 11 c 'clock Mr. M. Collins, who has
a room at ' he hotel, went to it to take a
nap before dinner. He found it unlocked
and on entering saw someone dodge
under the tied. Thinking it was his son,
who was ai tempting a practical joke, be
make some jocular remark such as "get
out of there Johnny, I am on to you! '
but had hardly gotten the words out of
his mouth when the fellow emerged sud
denly from under the foot of the bed and
rushed out into the hall and down the
stairs into '.he street. Mr. Collins gave
the alarm, yelling "stop thief I"
"stop thiefl" "murder!" "murder!"'
and this at.racted Mrs. Gordon who too
joined in the cry of "murder!" and
"help!" A soon as Mr. Gordon, who
was in the dining room on the first fl.Kr,
learned of the circumstance he hurried
out into ti e street and gave the alarm.
The scamp was ju9t turning into Second
avenue then and Aid. Larkin, hearing Mr.
Gordon's warning, started in pursuit.
At the station the rascal gave his name
as Frank Norris, and confessed going
into Collin' room. He had in his pos
session wten Marshal Miller searched
him, the hotel key to the room, a cigar
case, hair atch guard and raziir belong
ing to Mr. Collins and a pair of scissors
belonging to a girl employed in the house.
He also had a Chicago pawn ticket for a
gold watch, and some small change. He
is good for ihe penitentiary.
About tea days ago a tramp applied at
J. H. Wilson's residence on the avenue
for woik. ne was put to work, and the
first two nights slept in the barn. But
he appeared, such a "nice-appearins, gen
tlemanly li amp" that he was permitted
to sleep in '.he house with the hired man.
Saturday night he was paid what was
due him at that time, and this morning
he was gone, and so was a cold watch be
longing to the hired man. These "nice
appearing, gentlemanly tramps" are dan
gerous. Ti e safest plan is to set the
dog on then the moment they enter your
Jack Ganin was held in bonds of $500
bv Magistrate Wivill this morning to
keep the d -ace for one year. He went
to jail in default, and unless be secures
bail in the meantime, will be the county's
guest for the next 865 days.
During tl e hearing of the Garrin case
before Magistrate Wivill this morning
Wm. Renfro addressed a disrespectful
remark to Marshal Miller, who ordered
him locked np, and afterwards he paid
Magistrate Wivill a fine of $3 and costs.
David G Brindell was fined $3 and
ooata by Magistrate Wivill for assaulting
two little sens of Henry B. Keys.
A MuNri.tine Cirl'a Royal Catch.
A New York dispatch to the Chicago
Herald anys that Sir James H. McKinnell.
a British baronet, and Miss Sarah
White, daughter ot George R. White, of
Muscatine, lwa, and niece of Mrs. Solon
Humphreys, were married last Tuesday
evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs
Solon Humphreys, on the Bergen Point
shore of Ne York bay. "It was one of
the prettiest home weddings of the sea
son, and ws attended by a select gath
ering of s iciety folks from this city,
Brooklyn, Bergen Point, the Oranges
and Staten Island. Rev. W. Arrowsmith,
rector of 'Irinity Episcopal church at
Bergen Point, officiated. On Wednesday
the young couple sailed for England,
where they will reside. Previous to the
death of his father several years ago, Sir
James spent much of his time at Bergen
Point, whero his bride was being educat
ed. Later ne embarked in business in
Rio de Jam iro."
The Old ettlerM.
At a meeting of the executive commit
tee of the Old Settlers association this
afternoon, it was decided to change the
date of the twenty-fourth annual picnic
to August 30th. Brooks' grdve was
selected as the place of meeting. The
regular ordc r of business will be carried
out as hercofore, with prayer by Rev
C. L. Morgan, of Moline, address by J
T. Kenworttiy. of this city, and a re
sponse to thi toast: "The Old Settlers of
Rock Island County May Their Memory
be Perpetuated Forever," by Mayor Wes-
sell. of Moliae. '
One bott e of Hyer's Specific for the
hair and stalp will cure dandruff, stop
the itching end burning of the scalp and
prevent falling out out of the hair. See
its record at home Henry, Ills., July
24, 1889. We have used Hyer's Specific
for the hair and scalp with satisfactory
results, and believe for all diseases of the
scalp it has no' equal, freeing it from
A. H. Kinnear, M. D.
J. V. Watkbcott, Merchant.
J. It. Pabkkix, Alderman.
C. A. Camp, Hotel Proprietor.
8. Gates, Merchant.
Sm th & Bakksdalk. Barbers,
The wheat harvest baa begun in Cher
okee count j, Kan.
THE FIRE ALARM.
The Coaaell tihaald Order ll Taalftht
Other Cities that EJay Its Bear
The council will tonight be called upon
to act upon the matter of providing Rock
Island with an electric fire alarm system.
With other advantages that are provided
by a progressive, growing, modern city.
it should surely come. Last night's fire
in Mitchell & Lynde's bank building illus
trated the urgent need of such a system,
as well as horses on all the carts. The
latter necessary adjunct to a reliable de
partment is being provided for praise
be to the firemen themselves and the
city should put in the alarm.. With an
alarm system last night's fire might have
been quickly located, the firemen re
sponding promptly and locating the fire in
its incipiency and squelched it without
unnecessary use of water, and saved the
damage incidental thereto.
Another thing that all well regulated
departments have, and one that is of im
mense benefit to firemen who are en
abled by the electric arlarm to locate
quickly, and by horses to respond
quickly, is a hand chemical engine, which
often prevents the use of water at all.
With one of those at last night's fire, had
the firemen been able to get there quick
ly, there need have been no water
Mr. Albert Huesing has the agency for
the Miller chemical engine, a very useful
invention, and the city should provide
each company with one. A fireman's
duty is not to throw water; it is to kill
the fire in its incipiency, if possible, with
as little damage as possible. As Shakes
'A little fire is auicklv trodden out.
Which, being suffered, river cannot quench."
Nearly every city haviug a population
of over 10.000 in the country, has an
electric fire alarm. I Rock Island going
to be behind this yea which is to speak
so much for it? The council should act
THE PAVING OPERATION.
Work t'OBaatrarpd en Keroad A venae
The First laatallmeat of Brick
Atkinson A Oloff, the Second avenue
paving contractors, engaged twenty men
this morning and commenced to break
the ground on Second avenue prepara
tory for paving. Other men will be en
gaged as soon as they apply if suitable to
the contractors. Ground was torn up on
the west bound side of the double track
and the street car company's portion will
be completed with Bardolph brick for a
couple of blocks first. The tracks will
have to be raised about two and a-half
inches. The work will be so done as not
to interfere in the least with the running
of cars or necessitating transfer of pas
sengers. Supt. Schnitger is in dally ex
pectation of several cars of Bardolph
Several cars of Galesburg brick have
arrived over the R. I. & P road. There
are several unfit brick in the consign
ment which will be rejected by the in
spector, and not permitted to go into the
Second avenue has been closed from
Nineteenth to Twentieth, as it is not
safe in its present condition.
Atkinson & Olofl are still in need of
men, and can use fifty more. If any
tramps come around tell them there is no
excuse for idleness now. The town is
giving work to fifty men from Daven
port, and has abundant labor yet for all
industrious, honest men. Rock Island is
getting there this year.
The alarm of fire in the Fourth ward
last evening was occasioned by the dis
corery of dimes issuing from the win
dows on the third floor of Mitchell &
Lynde's block on Second avenue. The
Rescues responded in good time and soon
located the fire in the rooms occupied by
Emil jMobasa'a olgsr factory On the
third floor. A stream of water was
turned on and the fire quickly subdued.
The origin is a mystery, as it was dis
covered among some empty boxes near a
door into a room adjoining that princi
pally occupied by Mr. Jacobsen. The
greatest damage was done by water,
which leaked through into the public
library. Mr. J. C. Rasmussen, who is a
director, realizing the great peril of that
institution, broke through a door, and
with the aid he summoned to his com
mand, rescued all the books in danger.and
though some were damaged considerably.
none were ruined. it was a very
thoughtful act on Mr. Rasmussen's part,
as be saved many volumes that could not
have been replaced.
The total damage will not exceed $400;
the loss to the building is nominal while
Mr. Jacobsonlooses 95 pounds of tobacco
and 1 ,700 cigars according to the count
made by Deputy Internal Collector Henry
this morning. Seven hundred of these
were stolen, having been carried out
in boxes, while 250 were found
outside yet in the boxes this morn
ing. These were all ten cent cigars. Mr.
Jacobsen had insurance of $1,500 in the
German company, of Peoria, of which
Mr. Albert Huesing is local agent.
Fire broke out in a number of old
boxes in the rear of the Rocfc Island
nouse yesterday afternoon, put it was
squelched before it bad gained any head
V. 8. Sibnai, Omcc. I
Washington, I). C, a,ng6. 1
For the next 24 hours ' for Illinois
Kayraty Man Wanted.
8eventy men wanted at once.
Atkinson & Oloff.
At Black Hawk watch tower landing
for rent by the hour or day. Ten row
boats, three sail boats and one barge.
The many remarkable cures Hood's
Sarsaparilla accomplishes are sufficient
proof that it does possess peculiar cura
"I cannot praise Hood's Sarsaparilla
oaii enongn, says a mother, whose son,
almost blind with scrofula, was cured by
The early fall
Style of bats at the M. & K.
Men's suits from $2.03 upwards at the
The finest apples in the city at fifteen
cents a peck at May's.
Fine watermelons ten and twenty cents
a piece at Mays.
Notice how hosiery is slaughtered this
week at McCabe Bros.
Supervisor "Jack" Wilson, of Rural,
was in the city today.
Just see the list of bargains offered at
McCabe Bros, this week.
This weather suits everybody. Even
the chronic kicker is satisfied.
A. L. Greene and daughter of Newton,
Kan., are visiting in the city.
Frank Fehlman, of Horton, Kan., is
visiting old friends in the city.
Trinity church Feast of the transfig
uration tomorrow. Service at 9 a. m.
Hats at the M. & K.
The open hearted Martin Schoon-
maker, of Reynolds, was in the city to
Have you seen those new gold handled
silk umbrellas at Lloyd & Stewart's for
Do not squander your money on hats
until you have seen the early fall styles
at the M. & K.
M. & K. will save you from 50 cents to
I on every hat. Call and inspect fall
styles and prices.
Like in all other departments the M. &
K. are making their hat department
headquarters for novelties.
Men's unlaundried shirts 18 cents,
good night shirts, two styles, CO cents
each, at McCabe Bros.
Maj. C. W. Hawes has moved his fam
ily into one of the houses in the brick
row opposite the court house.
Read the new time card of the C, R
i. is r. road tL you are contemplating a
trip to Chicago or elsewhere.
M.& K. are going to make their hat
department a telling branch. Inspection
invited to their early fall styles.
The Phoenix hose company have pur
chased a fine horse weighing 1,160
pounds, for their cart, in Davenport.
Wear M. & K. celebrated, warranted
not to rip lean pants. They are the best.
One pair will last as long as two others.
There is no need in paying fancy prices
for bats and neckwear. You can save
fully 30 per cent by buying them at the
M. & K.
A matched top (maple and ash) sewing
table 97 cents at the C. F. Adams' Home
Furnishing House, 322 Brady street.
Dr. C. Speidel has in the yard at his
i wenty-tbird street home, the tallest sun
flower stalk in the west. It is fifteen feet
high and growing.
While others are trying to get rid of
carried-over old style hats, the M. & K.
are displaying the early fall styles. In
Talk about neckwear the big show
window that is chuck full at the M. & K.
is simply a sample line of what they have
on the inside.
A full line of pillows, mattress springs.
comforts and blankets, at the C. f ,
Adams' Home Furnishing House. 322
Brady street, Davenport.
Capt. T. J. Robinson passed yesterday
comfortably and is still on the mend
itis physicians now entertain great
hopes for his entire recovery.
Principal Dougherty, of Building No.
1, has arrived with his family from
Bloomington and has rented a bouse on
Third avenue, near Thirteenth street.
McCabe Bros have the balance of the
mitt stock from the defunct glove house
of Wolf Jc Weidner. which they place
on sale this week. Pure silk mils 4 cents
Given away at 3 cents each a lot of
ladies', misses and children's hats to
close the season at 3 cents each, at Mc
Cabe liros. were 2a to 75 cents earner
in the season.
James Dunn, who has jjst completed
a practical business education at Daven'
port, left this morning for Peoria, to ac
cept a position as stenogiapher in the
offices of the R. I & P. road there.
swan loungren while coming up to
the fire with the Phoenix hand cart last
night, was struck in the back by the
tongue of the cart and thrown down and
painfully though not seriously injured,
An exchange says that every cigarette
smoker among the candidates tot ad
mission to Wnat Point at the last exam
ination was rejected. A touch at the
heart told the story and the doom fol
In the county court Saturday, the
counsel for the plaintiff in the mayoralty
contest case nled a bill of exceptions to
Judge Adams ruling and also a bond of
500 for appeal, with Mr. Geo. Wagner
The Moline barbers are making a de
termined fight for the Sunday closing
movement. Formal complaint was en
tered this morning against A. L. Leo
pold, the only "kicker," and he will be
You can't make money faster than by
watching our special bargain sales. Here
is one of them: A solid oak rocker.
mottled plush seat and top, $4.99, extra
good value at t7. The C. F. Adams'
Home Furnishing House, 323 Brady
The property owners on Third avenue,
between Sixteenth and Seventeenth
streets, have signed a petition to the city
council for a water main, which will be
presented at tonight's meeting of the
municipal body. It is a matter which
should receive favorable consideration.
We have on hand a lot of "Hercules
lemon squeezers" that we bought cheap,
also some "Sampson cork pullers." and
we propose to sell them at prices that
will surprise you. The C. F. Adams'
Home Furnishing House. 322 Bradv
The telephone has been restored to the
signal office here, after a good deal of a
struggle on the part of Observer Fitz
gerald, it la a great convenience to
many of our citizens and its restoration
will be well appreciated '. Davenport
The Rock Island & Moline Buillding
Association Advocate is the name of a
neatly compiled quarterly, number one of
the first volume of vhlch has reached
this office. It is published and edited by
Mr. E. H. Guyer. secretary of the Rock
Island association, of which it is the official
paper. It is a boomer.
The C , B. & Q. has withdrawn the
Pullman sleepers from the night trains on
the Rock Island & St. Louis division
and put on in their stead combination
parlor cars, both sleeper and chair car,
the "Weimar" and "Zurich" having been
assigned to the runs. Both are elegant
coaches and are preferred by many trav
elers to the Pullman sleeper.
Mrs. Milton Jonas has again consent
ed to the urgent wishes of admiring
friends and will give a grand concert at
Harper's theatre Monday evening, August
19, lor her own benefit. All who appre
ciate the sweet charms of music are ac
quainted with Mrs. Jones' gifts and are
laminar with her always ready disposition
to lend it to the aid of others, and they
will not be slow to respond liberally to
any effort she may make in her own behalf.
The cigarette habit is increasing. The
commissioner of internal revenue coK
lected taxes last year upon 2.151.515,300
men is an increase of 28S.789.atwi over
the preceeding year. The number taxed
Is a pretty good indication of the con
sumption. The number of cigars taxed
during the last fiscal year was 3,867.385,
640, an increase of 22,658,990 showing
that the consumption of cigarettes is in
creasing more rapidly than that of cigars
Frank Munger, one of the proprietor
of the Rock Island house, will be here
today to umpire the game between the
Athletics and Browns which takes place
at 2:30 this afternoon at the Mnsserville
grounds. Mr. M. will be remembered as
the gentlemanly umpire who presided so
fairly a few years ago when the West
Liberty and Moline nines played in our
town. Muscatine Inbune M.
The Phoenix, (Arizona) Herald says
that "Diamond Joe" Reynolds was at
Phoenix a few days ago on business,
and while there held a consultation with
citizens on the subject of a railroad to
Prescott, which would run within a short
distance of the Yuma miiies. He would
build the road, he said, for a subsidy of
94,000 a mile. The leading citizens of
Phoenix said this could be easily se
cured. Those present guaranteed a
subscription of $100,000 in bonds. Man
ager Nicholson, of the iuma, said bis
company would furnish a car load of
freight each way daily. According to the
account in the Herald the project is sure
to succeed and the road will be in course
of construction this fall.
St. Mary's School,
A nm-c'RPe establishment, healthfallr located,
conducted by the officer who fnnnded it. New
bnildinfrn. new f irnitnre. the latest met hods of
mental and physical culture; everything np to
ma nine. liiuu-triHi. special, ana coMegmte
The RKV. C. W. LKFFlNfiWIlL, T. O ,
Hector and Founder.
Kefcr by permission to the edjlor of this paper.
Room and Fioture
Cord Nails & Hooks,
At the very Lowest
Call and see.
Under Rock Island House.
COOK, ICRES & CO.,
Under the Ilarper House.
We make a specially of the manufac
ture of the
"Bocjuet, 10 Cent Cigar,
all kiEda of
and Smokers articles always on hand.
I offer for sale at par and accrued in'
teresi me ionowmg rirst Mortgages on
farm and city property.
$3,MO due in S yrs. bear'g 7 per ct ; Becnrit j l j.OnO
550 " 3 " 7 " 1,600
fin " 5 ' "7 t-MW
460 " s, " 7 j ,iso
1.150 " 6 "7 " " 4.0IH)
1,W " " " 7 - " Jl.tiOd
T( 5 " " 7 " " 2.5"0
70 " 5 7 " 1,700
450 5" - 7 " " l.iuo
300 5 " "7 " " 80J
MM " 5 ' " 7 " ' 1.000
700 " 5 "7 " 1.801
S00 5 ' "7 " S.650
5(1 " ft " ' 7 ' " 1,41
260 " 5 " " 7 " bUO
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Rooms S and 4 Masonic Temp'e,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
pariors in the three cities is
Ice Cream made from par Cream
and flavored with the popular
flaTora. A trial of thia cream
will conTice all that it can
not be excelled.
Picnics, Sociables and Parties
of all kind, furnished on
First Mortgage Farm Loans
Bate 6 per cent and 7 per
two million doliiabm
Loaned by at without low to any client.
IVCall or writ for circular and reference.
m L cm a co
Geo. W. D. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth 8t, under Commercial
EVFiret clasa Insurance at lowest rate.
The following are among
A fine large honee with all modern improve
ments, good barn, trees, etc, 3 acres of land, fine
location, just oubtlde the city limits near the
street cars: cheap, easy terms.
A nice hrirk residence, with all modem improve
ments, lare grounds, on Elm street, for sale cheap
on easy terms
Two story dwelling, six rooms, pood well, cu
tern and cellar, lanw barn H acre of land, within
a few steps of Milan street cars, at a bargain.
New honse. good cellar and cistern, larcre lot,
finely located in Dodge's addition on the bluff.
A good honse and improvement with about 4
acres of land suitable for gardening about three
miles from Kock Island for sale cheap.
f 1.000 will buy 80 acres of land, partly improv
ed, in Cordova township.
fi,!SM) will bar a (rood HO acre farm, good im
provement, on reasonable terms.
$2,50 PER GALLON,
KOHN & ADLER'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK.
Children's Shoes, worth $ .50 for .30 Ladies' Fine Shoes, worth 15.00 for 4.25
Children's Shoes, 1.00 " .70 Ladies' Fine Shoes, " 4 60 " 8.60
Children's Shoes. " 1.15" .90 Ladies' Fine Shoes, " 4 00 " 3.00
Children's Shoes, " 1.50 " 1.15 Ladies' Fine Shoes, " 8.00 " 2.50
Misses' Slippers. " - .75 .50 Ladies' Fine Shoes. 2 50 8.00
Misses' Slippers, " 1.00 -75 Ladies' Lace 8hoes, 1.78 " 1 00
Ladiea' Slippers, " 1 00 " ,75 Base Ball Shoes, 1.00 " .80
Wigwams, .90 .75
Men's Fine Shoes cut down in same proportion.
Men's Low Shoes at half price.
These pi ices will continue until stock is reduced.
Custom Work and repairing neatly and promptly done.
ISfCall and see us.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Arenas.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE,
; 2929 Fifth Arenae.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
the many bargains offered:
A first- class 80 acre farm, with good improve
ments, in Bowling township, cheap.
A No. 1 one hundred and sixty acre farm, with
first-class improvements, cheap.
A nice bin ft property, large ground, ahad
trees, fruits, etc., cheap.
Two or three acres on the bluff, fin land for
building or gardening.
Kour and one-half acres of land on the bluff
nicely located for lots.
Some of the best lota tn Dodge's addition oa
A good lot on the bluff in .Rodman' sub-division,
(40(1 will bny a line acre lot juat ouuid city
lim te. on bluff.
SI,!) will buy over 4 acres with boa, barn,
etc., on bluff.
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