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THE tlOOK I8I,ANI AHGUS: TUESDAY, AUGUST 0, I860.
As a special advertisement for our
Millinery department we will open on
Monday a. mfug. 5 to, at 9 o'clock
sharp, a lot of ail styles assorted baU Jor
ladies, misses and children at
3c, 3c, 3c.
These are closing lots and include
many styles that sold earlier in the sea
son at 25. 88, 45, 50, 63 and 75c, now all
at 3 centa.
To add to the attractions for this
week we threw ont the last of the silk
mitts of the late firm of
WOLF & WEIDNER
which Mr. McCate bought some time ago
but owing to litigation have just Deen
delivered. The failure of this firm crea
ted quite a sensation in Chicago when it
occurred a few weeks ago, and the many
legal complications which have since
arisen have caused much discussion by
the Chicago papers.
We shall sell one lot of pure silk lace
Mitts at 4c a pnir.
A lot of children's silk lace Milts,
better quality, at 9c a pair; 23 dozen
ladies silk Jerxey Mitt at 14c a pair: 15
dozen misses Jersey Mitts, better quality,
at 20c. a big line of colors, and black,
several styles at 25c a pair.
3One lot special Black Milts, 45c.
1714. 171B. 1718. 1720 and 1723 Hkcono Avknck, Rock Island.
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, July 9 and 10.
Regular price 75c. Clearing price 48c.
" 6?c. " " 44c.
" " 2fc. " 4 18c.
All late styles. These prices are for these days only.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1705 Secend Avenue.
In competition with the Leading Refrigerators of the
United States received the highest award for economy
of ice, using oxly 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 ohter 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 keeps it
sweet and clean. The test made, best finished aDd handsomest Re
frigerator in the market. There are more ALASKA Refrigerators in
use in R ck Island than all others.
WILLA.RD BAKER & CO.,
80LK AGENTS FOR ROOK ISLAND,
Opposite Harper House.
is one array of beauty with its loads of new
Wall Paper, Curtains
Call and make your selections from the Largest stock,
the Newest Patterns
Keep the ball rolling this week as usual
with other lots of
Hot Weamer Bargains
To bring our gents furnishing goods
department into greater prominence we
shall place on sale Monday a. m. 25 aoz
en men's unlaundried white Shirts (linen
bosoms) at 18 cents a piece. We re
serve the right to limit- the quantity to
At the same time we shall place on
sale 20 dozen men's night shirts made of
pride 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 8c
" Striped hose 2c
' assorted colors - 4c
" guaranteed fast black hose
(will not discolor the feetl 9c
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 2Jc.
First cUrs gauze summers corsets, 34c.
Genuine indigo prints, 5c.
Good brown muslin. 3e, ana many
other bargains which we shall keep con
stantly at the front.
" " 38c.
" 44 27c.
" " 22c.
and Lowest prices.
THE LIBRARY BOARD.
Am laaportai.t Meeties Lavst EvealaK
Kleetioa f tHeer-, Appotataaeat
f Caasaaltt a, F.te.
The regular monthly monthly meeting
of the Rock Island library board was held
last evening. There were present Presi
dent Connelly and Directors Sweet,
Denkman, Pleasants. Smart, Rasmus
sen, Southwe'l, Johnston and Larkin.
The librarian's reports for June and July
were received and placed on file as fol
Ait and Science
Keligion and fn losophy -e 10
Poetry and Drama 1
Essays and Miscellaneous SI
rl istory and Biog -aptiy M 38
Juvenile ... 36?
Arts and Science
Religion and Phil isophy
Poetry and nramM
Essays and Miscellaneous
History and Biog-aphy bi
Kaily average W
Sunday average.. 8
Bills were al owed as follows:
R Crampton. $1.65; Kramer & Bleuer,
$7. 5; Rock Island Gas company, 40
cents; Mitchell & LynuV. f 60; Kock Jl
ander, Diiily Union, $7.80; John
Volk & Co., 11 .40; A. C McClurg &
Co , $7 99; Ro. k Island Electric Light
company, $9.5 ).
It was decidtd to havk printed on the
library cards "a fine of ten cents for loss
The time hating arrived for the an
nual election of officers". Director J. R.
Johnston was instructed to cast eight
votes for Msj . H. C. Connelly for presi
dent, and Mr. J. H. Soutfiwell for secre
tary. The reelt ction of these officers to
the respective positions is a choice wisely
made. It woul 1 be a vary difficult mat
ter indeed to secure men who would fill
the positions so well or who would take
such interest in the library. Both are on
the same floor, in the same building with
the library, too. and it is fortunate that
they should be members of the board.
President Cor nelly announced the fol
lowing commutes inr the ensuing year:
Books MesK-s J O Southwell, Adair
Pleasants, C J Larkin.
Library Roon s Messrs J R Johnston,
J C Rasmussen, Thos Smart. .
Periodicals Messrs R P Sweet, J R
Johnston, P C Ienkmann.
Finance Metsrs Alair Pleasants, F C
Uenkmann, The s Smart.
Rules Messrs C J Larkin, R F Sweet,
J C Rasmussen.
A Naa Experience in Oavenport.
Sunday a well known citizen of Rock
Island came to this city to have a time.
He met one or two acquaintances and
when he left them, about 1 o'clock Mon
day, he was thoroughly tired out, and bis
head bung down so low that had he run
against a lamp post the top of his cra
nium would havi been the only thim;
that would have received immediate in
iury. He went to the Kimball bouse, be
lieving that it wtis time for him to retire.
He registered ani the clerk gave him a
room on the thirl floor, one of the best in
! lie house. It happened, however, that
the gentleman from Rock Island bad
changed his mind. He wanted to go out.
he said, to see a friend; he would return
in a little while. 'So be left the hotel by
the north ectrane and followed the rail
road track - eaU. When he reached
the east end of the Fourth street
bridge, he toot, off his coat, hung
it on the railing and started down the
rocky steps to the street below. Before
be had taken two steps he fell, and, being
an exceedingly corpulent man, be rolled
like a barrel all the way. The descent
was so rapid tbU when be reached the
bottom he did not stop, but rolled off the
sidewalk into the gutter. A' policeman
who was within talf a block of the bridge
beard the man discuss the situation alter
he fell, and he wi;nt at once to the near
est patrol box at d called out the patrol
wagon . In a sh irt time the Rock Island
citizen was lodgt d in the police station.
and it was then he recalled the fact that
he had engaged a room at the Kimball
house. After he had sobered up a little
be was allowed to gt. He returned to
U hotel, lacturrd Lbe clerk, lor mo
corting bim to bif room when b engaged
it, and then hired a hackman to take bim
home. He is considerably bruised, and
will probably be unable to attend to bus
iness for a few dsys at least. Davenport
Democrat- Uazettt .
The Slllaa Offlre.
That a good stuck of postofBces makes
an undesirable invoice for any congress
man is getting to be pretty generally con1
ceded, but when h congressman displays
such a lack of judgement and perspicuity
In dealing out the loaves and fishes as has
our present men: ber from this district,
then egad, are bin chances for reelection
pretty slim. The settlement of the
Milan postofflce wangle is the most re
cent of the numi rous cases which have
left "sore spots" till over the republican
fold. A correspondent writing to the
Peoria Journal saj s in regard to it:
The appointme it for postmaster of our
town was fierce' y contested among at
least a half dozen candidates for the past
eight months, each candidate holding the
best services renlered in behalf of his
party. So fierce 'vas the fight in the par
ty that all aorta of schemes were resorted
lo wbictu practically resulted in a ais
graceful a Hair. 3ome candidates were
called party suckers and another was
called a democrat renegade. Finally
the contest resulu-d in the appointment
of a man who wis practically dismissed
seme eight years t go for mismanagement
of the office. Geit, the congressman.has
not been visited set to receive the con
gratulationa of tht party for the appoint
A Marlti I Mtafartaae.
A formal notice appearing elsewhere
over the signature of Mr. John A. Tren
man, portrays the fact that the angel
of discord has entered into his household
and driven out th domestic peace which
should abide tht rein. Mr. Trenaman
and Miss Alice W;lcher were married at
the bride's home in this city on June 13,
last, and it has taken less than two
months to demonstrate to them that their
marriage waa a misfortune rather than
joyful event. Mjs. Trenaman has al
ready twice left ht r husband, without, he
says, any provocation whatsoever, and he
has concluded tbit the separation bad
better be final thii. time. Hence his no
tification appealing elsewhere. The
many friends of the yoong couple will
learn of their dom tic nnhapplness with
deep regret. .
At the council meeting last evening
Aid. Ill, of the bridge committee, ex
plained the circumstances of the mayor's
renting the toll bouse on vanaruus
Island, noting the receipt of a notice
from the receiver of the property to
either pay rent at once or vacate, and it
was deemed best to pay the (14 50 per
month, and waa so agreed apon. He
ecommented that the council take steps
lo oking to the purchase, of the toll house.
The council acted wisely in providing
for the illumination of Edgewood Park
with incandescent lights, and giving to
that fast growing neighborhood other ad
vantages Such as it needs, and is entitled
Considerable disappointment was oc
casioned by the failure of the fire and
light committee to report on the electric
fire alarm. The majority of the aldermen
were prepared to hear a report and asked
for one, when it was stated that the com
mittee had agreed to take no steps until
next spring. Aid. Corken, the chairman,
is in favor of the system, but stated that
it was his opinion that the committee
did not feel like making a recom
mendation until next spring when
the new appropriations come in. The
Argus believes the council would best
meet the desires of the tax payers by put
ting in an alarm at once. A system can
be had on better terms now than it could
next spring, perhaps. In order to afford
practical test, Mr. Chas. Fieblg, the
locksmith and electrician, has written to
the Detroit Electric company for a num
ber of boxes and will put them in the
business part of the city gratuitously, that
the public may have opportunity to judge
of the advantages of an electric system.
The council would have been very in
iscreet had it accepted Aid. Schnell's
proposition to delay the sidewalks on the
west, south and east sides of Union square
until next spring. The walks should be
put don as soon as the filling can settle
and not later than October, and the street
and alley committee, to whom the matter
left, will so order. The city cannot
afford to set a bad example in the matter
of laying needed walks now.
Sir. Ueat'a Political Perplevitlea.
Many are the political perplexities of
the republican congressman these days,
and it is probable that no one realizes
tnis fact any more fully than does our
own member of the lower house, VT. H.
Gest. As is pretty generally known Mr.
Gest had decided upon Mr. J. II. Cle
land as his choice for deputy collector of
internal revenue for the Sixth district.
the position so capably filled at the
present by Mr. Geo. W. Henry, and
had determined to make the recommend
ation when a wail was heard from Mo-
line. One Dr. Sale, of that city, wanted
that very position, and nothing else
would do. He was offered the gauger-
ship, but that did not suit, and Mr. Gest
had just made up his mind to take the
bull by the horns and appoint his own
man Cleland whether or no, when his
alculations were spoiled again.
Last evening he received a call
from twenty representatives of the
tri-city labor congress. who pre
sented in no unspeakable manner the
claims of their president, Mr. Harry S.
Bostock, for the position. He is the
present supervisor from South Rock Isl
and and bears the endorsement of the
tri-city congress, whose republican mem
bers will not be satisfied unless he is ap
pointed. So Gest is again in a tight box;
he would dearly love to appoint Cleland,
but he don't dare to ignore Bostock. In
the meantime Collector Starr will show
his sound wisdom by retaining Mr. Hen
ry and leaving Gest and the labor con
gress to fight it out on another line.
A IjObc MuffVrer Relieved by Ueatta.
Robert Johnson, who has been a suf
ferer from hip or other disease which
has been a puzzle to the physicians of
this city, died at St. Luke's hospital last
evening. He has been a patient since
Christmas- Bia lmaat aad tbe bodily
odor was such that the inmates of tbe
hospital asked that he be removed to the
building standing in tbe same lot. He
was removed to the annex to tbe hospi
tal last spring, where he has been under
the care of bis brother and the hospital
nurses up to the time of his death . The
disease from which he died has been
working on his system for three years
His relatives and friends have been very
attentive to his wants in so far as tbe
bringing of delicacies, etc- The friends
and relatives feel under many obliga
tions to the ladies through whose efforts
a hospital has been established in the
city, and also to the attendants in charge.
who have been kind in nursing and at
lention to the wants and care of the un
Tbe funeral was held this afternoon.
Rev. T. N. Hasselquist officiating. The
floral offerings were very fine.
St Luke's hospital is constantly and
deservedly growing in favor with the
people, and the sick and maimed have
had experience as to its worth.
A Sew Ctaaty Aaaaelatiaa.
A new County Veterans' association
will be organized in this city next Satur
day which, it is expected, will more fully
represent the veterans of the county than
did the now defunct ''Veterans' associa
tion, wmcn netd its encampments on
Vandruff'i Island . Each of the several
O. A. R. posts of which it is to be com
posed will represent companies, while the
whole will be a regimental organization
The primary object of the organization
will be to establish a permanent date for
the holding of an annual reunion at some
central location in the county. If the
meeting on August 10 ia encouraged by a
full attendance of delegates and a proper
enthusiasm manifested arrangements will
probably be made at once for a reunion
during the coming month of September,
The Pavlag Baal aeaa.
Atkinson & Oloff are still in need of
men for the Second avenue paving btui
neaa, the time being atill devoted to the
street car tracks. Tbe paving brick is
being unloaded on tbe north aide of
Union square ready for being put in
Mr. W. H. Munger baa been engaged as
& K. for hats.
Prof. Richard Mansell left for New
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Reck are proud
parents of a son.
M. & K. are
Headquarters for fine hats.
Blackberries, four boxes for 25 cents at
An elegant line of gentlemen's patent
leather shoes at the M. & K.
The boom is fairly on in McCabe Bros'.
hosiery department. See adv.
A fine lot of Muscatine cantelopes just
received at C. C. Truesdale'a.
The Davenport club took two games
out of its series of three at Quincy.
Mra. Kate Kruhmann, nee Walleno
haupt, and children, are visiting in Chis
C.C.McIntire leaves for Superior.Neb.,
tonight to look after his store interests
Mrs. McEniry, of Osborn, came in to
pay a visit to ner son, nr. Wtn. Aicbmry,
The Rock Island Citizens' Improve
ment association holds its annual meeting
Mr. A. B. Chase, of Bangor, Mich., is
visiting his cousin, Mrs. J. S. Jones, of
909 Third avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Thomas left this
moruing for Lincoln, Neb., to spend two
weeks with relatives.
Mrs. J. R. Johnston left yesterday
for Danbury, Conn., where her father is
lying dangerously ill.
Win. Rehfuss who has been visiting
Mr. Jacob Wollenhaupt, left for his home
in Pennsylvania this morning.
Don't pay $5 or even $4 for a hat when
u can buy the same ..quality at the M.
& K. from $1 to f 1.50 less.
Two styles gent's night shirts, both
fancy and plain, made of pure muslin,
50 ceniaeach at McCabe Bros.
Discard vour old straw hat and buy
one of those nobby imported crushers or
a new style stiff hat at the M. & K.
Gentlemen desiring something elegant
in the way of a fine hand sewed patent
leather shoe should call at the M. & K.
Balance of the silk mitts from the
bankrupt glove house of Wolf & Weidner
on sale this week at McCabe Bros'. 4c a
pair and upward.
Everybody should ask for Kramer's
non-corrosive writing and copj ing fluid
lo be had at Kingsbury & Son's, 1705
Supt. of Schools and. Mrs. S. S. Kem-
ble left last evening for central Iowa on
a pleasure trip, during which Mr. Kem-
ble will looK after his farming interests
Air. P. R. Wilhelin, ex-route agent of
the American Express company, who has
been spending tbe past ten days at White
Sulphur Springs, near Linwood, is de
riving considerable benefit therefrom.
Frank Norris, the sneak thief who
robbed M. Collins' room at Gordon's
hotel and was captured by Aid. Larkin
in his flight, was started on bis road to
the penitentiary by Magistrate Wivill this
morning, who sent him to jail in default
of $500 bonds.
A party of Rock Island ladies made a
pleaant visit to While Sulphur Springs
ast week. Ihey were: Mesdames T.
Davis, A. H. McCandless, W. C.
Denkman, M. Case, M. Bailey. Miss M.
Davis, Miss Grace E. Babcock. L. A
Denkman, J. B. Davis, Mrs. F. C. A.
Denkman, Misses Mary Piatt, Annie B.
Moore, Hilton, Kan.; Mary D. Sharp.
Lexington, Ky. Tbe following Rock
Island people spent last Sundny at the
Springs: John Treman. W. 8. McCombs.
Miss Nellie Dyer, Miss Ida-T reman, Mrs.
R Crampton, Miss Mary Wilson, Geo. S
Crampton. Misses Mohanna, Stewart,
Loosley. Geo. M. Loosley. wife and chil
dren. S. W. McMaster, P. R. Wilbelm
The '-q" Board.
The board of examiners of the Rock
Island & St. Louis division of the C , B.
& Q railroad, arrived in Rock Island
this morning for tbe purpose of examin
ing the local operators aDd tbe engineers
and conductors running into Rock Island,
on the new rules which go into effect
Aug. 11 next Sunday. The board,
which is composed of W. S. Glover, di
vision chief train dispatcher, J. C. Staun
ton, road master, Patrick Murrin, travel
ing engineer, and A. F. Barber, conduc
tor, will be occupied here two days.
A new time card takes effect simulta
neously with taa inauguration of tbe new
rules. There are to be no chances in tbe
running of passenger, trains, but the lo
cal freight for Sterling will leave after
that date at 11:40 a. m , instead of 1:50
p. m., arriving, however, at the former
' Mortal Fealfvliiea.
A Second avenue party of twenty-five
had a private picnic at tbe Watch tower
last evening. Mrs. Call was the main
mover in the affair, which proved highly
delightful in every respect. Mr. IL F.
Lamp prepared a splendid supper for
which a vote -of thanks was returned.
Dr. and Mrs. A. H. McCandless gave a
pleasant reception at their residence on
Twenty-third street last evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Baltics enter
tained a number of their friends last eve
ning at their home on First avenue and
BI RLIXtsTOX BOI TE.
i. A. B. KxearalonOae Fare far the
From August 21st to 28th, 1889, in
clusive, the C..B. & Q. R. R. will sell at
ball rales, or one fare fotbe round tnp,
tickets to Milwaukee and return from all
points on its lines, on account of the Na
tional G. A. R. encampment at Mil
waukee. These C. B. & Q. excursion
tickets wBI be good to return August
27th to September 5th, inclusive; but by
special arrangement, an extension to
September 30th may be obtained by ap
plying prior to September 3J, to the
agent at Milwaukee having the matter in
charge. Between Chicago and Milwau
kee the tickets will be good for passage
in either direction via the Goodrich line
of steamers, the C, M. & St. P. Ry., or
the C. &. W. Ry. . Tickets and further
information can be obtained of C, B. &
Q. ticket agents, or by addressing P. 8.
Eustis, Gen'l Pass, and Ticket Agent,
My wife, M. Alice, having left my bed
and board without cause or provocation,
I will not be held responsible for any
debt contracted by her.
Robert M. Tren ax an.
At Black Hawk watch tower landing
for rent by the hour or day. Ten row
boats, three sail boats and one barge.
Distress after eating, heartburn, tick
headache and indigestion are cured by
flood Sarsaparilla. It also creates a
THE DAY NAMED.
OptBlaft-af the Kew;iaveaport Shoe
The Davenport Shoe company which
baa recently located in that city at the
corner .of Second and Brady streets, in
Cutter's block, will have a grand open
ing tomerrow morning. The proprie-
tors of this establishment are receiving
great quantities of boots and shoes
and other footwear daily, and a
number of large shipments are on
the way. The membera of this firm
propose to place on sale one of the
largest stocks of boots, shoes and
slippers to be found in any similar ea
tablishment in Iowa. All the stock is
of first-class quality, guaranteed, and
is marked down at bottom prices. This
will be a great chance for the public of
Davenport, Moline and Rock Island to
obtain boots and shoes at reasonable
prices. When all the company's stock
has arrived, there will be no .other store
in the city that will possess a largfer or
better assortment of footwear. Owing to
delay in the shipment of stock; the time
or opening has been deferred to to
morrow morning. Let everybody de
sirous of getting boots and . shoes at
prices that defy competition, attend this
grand opening. All purchasers of goods
at this place from Rock Island will have
their ferriage to Davenport refunded by
The wheat harvest has begun in Cher
okee county, Kan.
St. Mary s School,
A flrt-o'a establishment, be althfallr located.
condncted by the officers w ho founded it. New
buildings, new furniture, tbe latent methods of
mental and fhysical culture; everything tip to
the times. Industrial, special, and collegiate
The KEY. C. W. LKFFINOWKI.L, D. O,
Hector and Fonnder.
liefer hy permission to the editor of this paper.
Room and Picture
Cord Nails & Hooks,
At the very Lowest
Call and see.
C. C. Taylor
Under Rock Island House.
First Mortgage Farm Loans
Rate "6 per cent and 7 per
TWO MILLION HOLLA KM
Loaned by os without loes to any client.
(STall or write for circular and referencea.
hui. .... ..CT -
I offer for sale at par and accrued in
terest the following First Mortgages on
farm and city property.
fJ.SOOdue in 5 yra. bear'g" per c't
550 " 3 " "7 " " J.W10
5TS 6 " 7 ' " ,,AM
4WI " r ' " 7 " l 050
1.150 " S 7 " 4.0110
l.0 " " "7 " " S.u)
T( " 5 " "7 " " 2.500
7U0 " 5 "7 " 1.700
& 5 " 7 " " 1.1U0
S(I0 5 " "7 " " 80J
501 " 5" "7 " " 1.0U0
700 " 5 "7 l.M(
800 5 " "7 " 8.660
SS0 5 " "7 " " 1,41
2ft0 " 5 " . " 7 " " fcOB
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Boost 3 and 4 Masonic Temp'e,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
in the three cities is
Ice Cream made from pare Cream
and flarored with tbe popular
flarora. A trial of thia cream
will connce all that It can
not be excelled.
Picnics, Sociables and Parties
of all kinda, tarnished on
COOK, ICKES & CO.,
Under the Harper House.
We Bake a apecialty of tbe manufac
ture of tbe
"Boquet,' 10 Cent Cigar,
all kind of
and Smokers articles always on hand.
mil g a
CM a oo
Geo. D. Hetrris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth St., under Commercial
fW-Firt class Inmr&nce at lowest rates.
The following are among
L fine laree bonoe with all modern iinnrove-
mentg, good barn, trees, etc, 3 acres of land, line
location, jnst ontalde the city limits near the
street cars ; cheap, easy terms.
a nice nncK residence, witn aumoaein improve
ments, large grounds, on Elm street, for sale cheap
on easy terms
Two story dwelling, six looms, eootl well, en
ters and cellar, large barn 4 acre of land, within
a few steps of Milan street cars, at a bargain.
ew house, good cellar and cistern. Inn lot.
finely located in Dodge's addition on tbe bluff.
A good house and improTementa with about 4
acres of land suitable for gardening about three
miles from Hock Island for sale cheap.
si.iM) win dut nu acres or land, partly Improv
ed, in Cordova township.
f ,5o0 will buy a good HO acre farm, good im
provements, on reasonable terms.
$2,50 PER GALLON,
KOHIST & ADLEE'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK, : : ; ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Children's Shoes, worth f .50 for .30 Ladiea' Fine Shoes, worth 5.00 for 4.25
Children's Shoes. ' 1.00 .70 Ladiea' Fine Shoes. 4 50 " 8.50
Children's Shoes, " 1.15" .90 Ladiea' Fine Shoea, " 4 00 " 3.00
Children's Shoes. " 1.50" 1.15 Ladies Fine Shoes, " 3.00 " '8.60
Misses' Slippers. " .75 " :60 Ladiea' Fine Shoes, ' 2 50 - 3.00
Misses' Slippers, " 1.00 -75 Ladies' Lace 8hoes. 1.78" 1.00
Ladies' 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 Shoea at half price.
These pi ices will continue until stock is reduced.
Custom Work and repairing neatly and promptly done. v
t5fCall and see us.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Arenue.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE,
s 2920 Fifth Atmum.
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ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
the many bargains offered:
A first- class 80 acre farm, with good Improve
ments, in Bowling township, cbeap.
A No. 1 one hundred and sixty acre farm, with
first-class improvements, cbeap.
A nice bliff property, large grounds, shade
treea. fruits, etc.. cheap.
Two or three acres on tbe bluff, line land for
building or gardening.
Four and one-balf acres of land on the bluff
nicely located for lots.
Some of the best lots in Dodge 'a additloa) oa
A good lot on the bluff In Rodman'a aub-dlvU-ion,
fttlil will bur a fine acre lot Just ontaide city
hiu ts. on bluff.
$l,5i)0 will buy over 4 acres with boaae, bars,
etc., on blnff.