Newspaper Page Text
THE HOCK lSJiANI ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1889.
As a special advertisement for oar
Millinery department we will open on
Monday a- m. Aug. 6th. at 0 o'clock
sharp, a lot of all styles assorted hats for
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. 83, 45, 50, 62 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 aero
dui owing to litipration have just been
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 pair.
A lot of children's silk lace Mitts,
better quality, at 9c a pair; 23 dozen
ladies silk Jersey Mitts at 14c a pair; 15
dozen misses Jersey Mitts, better quality,
at 2"c, a big line of colors, and black,
several styles at 25c a pair.
C3T"One lot special Black Mitts, 45c. Very cheap.
1714. 1716. 1713. 1720 and 1723 Second Aykntjk. 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.
In competition 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 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 best made, best finished and handsomest Re
frigerator in the market. There -are more ALASKA Refrigerators in
use in Krk Island than all others.
WILLARD BAKER & CO.,
SOLE AGENTS FOR ROCK 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 and Lowest prices.
Keep the ball rolling this week as usual
with other lots of
Hot MM Bargains
To bring our gents furnishing goods
department into greater prominence we
shall place on sale Monday a. m. 25 doz
en men' nnlaundried white Shirts (linen
bosoms) at 13 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
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 feett 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 class gauze summers corsets, 34c.
Genuine indigo prints, 5c.
Good brown muslin. 3Jc, and many
other bargains which we shall keep con
stantly at the front.
Clearing price 48c.
The Wart: Aloac MeeoaA Aveawe
The First Kllltax Pat la A Kirk
Atkinson & Oloff are pushing the Sec
ond avenue paving project in a manner
that is highly gratifying to all progressive
citizens. This morning thirty men were
put on and the excavation as far west as
Nineteenth street, of the car tracks was
rapidly con.pleted. Supt. Schnitger im
mediately rut a force of his own at work
raising the track to grade and was not
long in completing that part of the work,
and the flrtt of the filling prepratory to
laying brick between the rails, was put
in this afternoon by Atkinson & Oloff.
The first car of Bardolph brick for the
use of the Holmes street car company ar
rived this morning, and the first block
of the car tracks will be paved before the
people havii any idea it will. .
It was rumored this morning that one
or two of the property holders in the
pavine district had attempted to assem
ble a meeting of the other property hold
ers last night for the purpose of obtain
ing sen time at relative to putting an in
junction ot the paving contractors, but
there was S) small a turnout that the in
stigators were discouraged. Any one
who would propose such an idea ought
to be discouraged and sat down on.
The majority of the taxpayers on Sec
ond avenue- never felt better than they
do now, for while the improvement is to
cost them all something, they have the
sense to soe the immediate benefits
ahead, not c nly to them, but to the entire
city, and a loan who is talking injunction
is among the wrong class of people; be
had better move to Davenport or Moline.
A number of leading lawyers were spoken
to on the subject this morn
ing, and all ridiculed the idea of injunc
tion. One of them spoke truthful senti
ments when he said: "I doubt if a law
yer could be found in Rock Island who
would undertake to stop this work to
please anybody. In the first place there
are no appa ent reasons for such action.
The attorneys, as a profession, have done
as much to promote Rock Island's growth
as any class of business men, and I don't
believe one of the number in the city
would exercise his professional talents to
deter it now. It would certainly be one
who is exceedingly hard up for a fee who
would do such a thing. We are on the
move here t lis year, and a man who lags
or revolts kills himself forever in the eye
of the coma unity by so doing."
Second avenue presents a gorgeous ap
pearance thise nights with its almost in
numerable red danger signals. People
are for the riost part heeding the injunc
tion of the council to put in needed water
and gas pipes, sewer connections, etc.,
before the piving reaches them. This is
a very necessary precaution and will save
much future trouble both to the city and
property holders. The following from
the local columns of the Omaha Bee is
apropos of this very subject:
The paving around the motor switches
at the corner of Broadway and Thir
teenth street! was removed yesterday to
level up the track, which was badly out
of shape, on account of the settling of the
ground and paving over the sewer. There
are numerous similar places on Broadway
at various pc ints between the Northwest
ern depot aad the waterworks settling
basin, where there are decided depres
sions in the avine. owing both to the re
laying of the blocks and the settling of
the grade. It will be noticed in almost
any part of the city where the paving has
been remove 1 and relaid. to mate repairs
to sewers, wi.ler pipes or gaa pi pes, or for
the purpose of making house connec
tions, that the relaid section of paving
almost invariably settles below the sur
rounding pving in a few weeks, and
there remaii s. Aside from making an
uneven surface in the street, which in
jures the -appearance of the thorough
fare,, these depressions are filled with
water in eveiy rain, which settles down
between the olocks, and tends to hasten
the decay of the material. Lower Broad
way, which was one of the finest ap
pearing drives in the country when com
pleted last summer, is becoming filled
with these depressions, and some of
them are decidedly lower than they
should be. )t will result in spoiling the
street for fas: driving unless a stop is put
to it. The c ty engineer is supposed to
have the ma' ter under his personal ob
servation, but it is impossible for him to
always to be on band, and an examina
tion when tie work is completed does
not show thikt the dirt was improperly
tamped, and it is accepted.
Mayor McConocbie has given notice to
the telegraph, telephone and electric
light companies to move all poles inside
the curbing before the paving is pat in.
This is a pro jer move, as it will give the
street a much better appearance.
At the last meeting of the Davenport
Business Men's association a committee
was appoint d to wait upon the county
supervisors and urge upon them the ap
proach of tie Western Waterways con
vention to le held at Cincinnati Sept
4th, together with the further fact that
Scott county should be liberally repre
senled in connection wiih the city of Dai
venport, whioh has already determined to
send delegates. Yesterday morning the
committee celled on the board and its re
quest was wpeedly complied with. A
committee of fiye representative citizens
of the county will be appointed in due
time, who will act in concert with the
delegates, wlowill be named by the city
council. It s meet that Rock Island take
similar actior. in this important matter,
and the Citizen's Improvement associa
tion might veil take the initiative to
Bl-yelea aad Usii.
II. Berg & Son, of Davenport, dealers
in bicycles ard manufacturer of and deal
er in all kind) of fire arms and ammuni
tion, have an advertisement in another
part of the A rods. This firm is one of
the landmarks of Davenport and has al
ways been recognized as the headquarters
over there fo sportsmen's goods.
Improvsnent Association Masting.
The annual meeting of the Rock Island
Citizens' Imp -ovement association will be
held at the rooms in Harper's theatre
building torn jrrow evening at 8 o'clock,
when officers will be elected. A full att
tendance of members is earnestly de
sired. Fred Hass, Pres.
T. J. Mkdill, Sec.
John Chris ie, a Marion, Kan., man, has
a field of oaui six feet tall.
BR EF LETS.
Sailor hats 9 cents at McCabe's.
Nice peaches and pears at May's.
New fall millinery coming in every day
More hot weather bargains just re
ceived at McCabe Bros.
The annual review of the Moline fire de
partment occurs on Thursday of next
Miss Marion Potter, of Freeport, ar
rived in the city this morning on an ex
Mrs. E G. Mowrey, of Sioux City, is
on a short visit to her uncle, Capt. T. J.
Mr. Henry Zwiefel, Jr., of New York
City, is visiting his sister, Mrs. J. Archer
Pearson, of South Rock Islond.
The very latest in sailor hats both black
and white, 9 cents each at 9 o'clock to
morrow morning at McCabe Bros.
Rev. R. F. Sweet, rector of Trinity, is
entertaining the choirs of the two Epis
copal churches at Spring Cove today.
Mr. J. J. Reimers returned from the
north this morning. Mrs. Reimers re
mains in Minneapolis for a while.
Mrs. Kate Kuhlmann and three chil
dren, of Chicago, are in the city for a
short stay with Mrs. Jacob Wollenhaupt.
Mr. J. H. Yore, formerly of this city,
but now of Canton, will locale in St.
Louis next month for permanent resi
dence. The regular annual '.ournament of the
Forrester Gun club of Davenport began
today.. There are present many marks
men from abroad.
The Rock Island Building & Loan As
sociation last evening made loans amount
ing to $3,300 at premiums ranging from
l?i to 19 per cent.
The Argus erroneously mentioned the
name of John Trenaman instead of Rob
ert Trenaman, in speaking of the domes
The Ninth street M. E. church folks
had an exceedingly pleasant sociable on
the lawn at Mr. Robert Bennett's resi
dence last evening.
Mr. Appell. an old employe of the U.
S. arsenal, is limping and has to wear a
rubber shoe, caused by a heavy piece of
iron striking bis left foot.
Those delayed sailor hats at 9 cents
each, both black and white, can tie posi
tively promised tomorrow a. m. at 9
o'clock at McCabe Bros.
Mrs. T. J. Buford left yesterday after
noon for a visit to her daughter, Mrs.
Bell, wife ot Lieut. J. F. Bell, of the
Seventh U. 8. cayalry at Fort Riley.
In Moline last night. Fred Cunning-,
ham, of Kansas City, and Sam Lot. of
Missouri Valley, ran a half mile toot
race for 1 1,000 a side. Cunningham won.
Dr. B'. Q. Miller moves to Davenport
this wtek, and will be located on Fifth
street, between Brady and Main. He
wants his friends to give him a call.
There will be a soldiers' and sailors'
reunion held at Oqaawka. Henderson
county, Hug. 14th, 15th and 16th. An
interesting programme has been arranged
for each day.
The moulders picnic on Offerraan's is
land Sunday was an enjoyable affair, and
large attendance. The beneficiary will
receive about 100 after payment of all
Mr. M. W. Battle3 and family, wiiji the
exception of Charles, leave for Minonk,
111., tomorrow, for an extended visit, dur
ing which Mr. Battles will build a house
upon his farm there.
Swan Youngren mourns the loss of his
black and tan Gordon setter. The dog
was stolen after he left home with the
Phoenix hose company to attend the
postofflce block fire.
Mr. Fred Appelquist has accepted plans
and specifications for a handsome two
story brick block at the corner of Seven
teenth street and Third avenue, and is
ready for the contractors to hid on the
A cit zen on Eighteenth street has put
down a new sidewalk that does not meet
the approval of all who frequent thai
thoroughfare. The owner could have
afforded a better walk and he should have
Mary H. McConnell, wife of Samuel
McConnell, living three miles south of
Milan, died Monday, aged thirty-nine
years. I be funeral was beld at the
Presbyterian church in Milan at 10 a. m.
Mrs. M. C. Hoffman who has been vis
iting in Burlington, Vt., for some time,
is now the guest of Capt. A. L. Vurney's
family at Watertown arsenal. She will
make an extended visit to Passaic, N. J.,
before her return.
Mr. Porter Skinner has let a contract to
Architect D. S. Scbureman for the erec
tion of a new three-story block on the
property recently purchased by bim of E.
P. Atkinson, on Third avenue and Six
teenth street, in Moline.
People living in the neighborhood of
school building JNo. 6, on Twelfth street,
complain of the unnatural treatment of
horses on the part of the teamsters.
Here is a case for the Uu mane society,
recently organized, to investigate.
Tomorrow evening occurs the annual
meeting of the Rock Island Citizens' Im
provement association, when the election
of officers will occur. The association is
the real source of all the improvements
we are now enjoying.and there should be
a large and enthusiastic attendance.
The C, R. I. & P. nine, composed of
E. E. McMahon. lb.; Al. Kough, 2b.; E.
Hinkley, p.; F. Kelly, 8b.; J. Dolly, c;
L. Mapes, If.; L. Adams, sa. ; J. F. Car
ney, cf.; P. Linch, rf; slaughtered the
Central Cities again yesterday by a score
of S to 4. The game was played at the
Rock Island park.
This morning Larkin & Stephens began
the work of tearing up the old walk
about the Rock Island National bank pre
paratory to putting in flagstone, in ac
cordance with Architect Scbureman's
plans. The brick walls supporting the
old walk were found to be in a crumbling
condition and will have to be replaced
Dr. A. W. Bowman, of Davenport, son
of Dr. E. H. Bowman, of Andalusia, has
been appointed penBion and examining
surgeon at Dayenport. If Commissioner
of Pensions Tannner makes as wise
choices everywhere, he will redeem bis
reputation considerably before he goes
out of office. It is a most excellent ap
In yielding to the requests of her
friends to repeat her benefit, Mrs. Milton
Jones has been prompted largely by the
fact that the stormy night on the occa
sion of her previous effort, prevented a
great many who would otherwise have
done so from attending. Mrs. Jones has
arranged for many delightful additional
features this time Aug. 19th including
a vocal trio led by Mr. J. L. Haas.
Louis Huber and Louis Wadsmoth,
two eight year old boys living near the
corner of Third avenue and Fourteenth
street, disappeared yesterday afternoon,
and it was not until this morning that
the distracted minds of their parents were
relieved by the return of the boys.- They
had jumped on a farmer's wagon and
ridden to Andalusia, where they spent
we night, returning this morning. They
ought to have their adventuresome ideas
paddled out of them.
Alderman Better's motion in the conn
cil last Monday night which was referred
to the city attorney, declared certain bill
boardi a nuisance. If they are so de
clared, they will of course have to be re
moved. There are more eve-sores in
Rock Island than the bill boards, as they
ia most instances serve to screen un
sightly, gaping empty premises in the
rear. If they are declared a nuisance the
owners of the property left unshielded by
then- removal should be forced to keep
the weeds down and tear down old sheds
and make the premises look as presenta
ble as possible.
Rev. W. S. Marquis will leave tomors
row morning for Washington, D. C,
where be will spend bis vacuum, and
fill once each Sabbath the pulpit of the
Assembly Presbyterian church. There
will be no services 5a the Broadway
church next Sunday except the Sabbath
1 i nAni. !.
upon Sunday, Aug. 18th and 25th, Dr.
Bartholemew, of Augustana college, will
preach at the usual hour in the morning.
On Sabbath, Sept, 1st, there will be a
Sabbath school missionary concert in the
morning and probably preaching in the
evening. Mr. Marquis will be at home
about Sept 6th.
James Tierney was sent to jail for
thirty days for vagrancy.
Marshal Miller has a notice from the
city marshal at Pridfceton to look out for
two boys on a mouse colored horse with
white face and three white feet.
Officers Sexton and Carlson arrested a
river man by the name of Morris for in
toxication this afternoon, and took bim
to the station in the patrol wagon .
Jacob Gottlieb was fined $5 and costs
by Magistrate Wivill this morning for
peddling without a license. He had
hardly paid his fine before he struck Mar
shal Miller to buy a pair of "zox zub
borters." but the marshal having no use for
such an article of wearing apparel .told the
ambitious tradesman to go up stairs and
get a license and then strike some other
dude to purchase his goods. But "der"
salesman heeded not the warning, but
straightway went forth in search of new
purchasers. He is liaole to wind up in
the ju HL'ain.
That One-sided ame.
Hillsdale. Aug. 7 The Erie Inde
pendent of Aug. 3d sav" in respoff.ie lo
an article headed "The Zumas do Up the
Erie Kickers." in the Arous shortly after
the game was played between the Zu
mas and Erics, "Under the above head
ing in the Rock Island Arous of July
2titb, appears a lengthy article teeming
with abuse against the Erie base ball
nine, and full of nil "statements." In re
ply we will say we abused no one in par
ticular, but the action of the base ball
club and residents of Erie, at that game
has attracted a great deal of attention
We would like to have the editor of the
I inlcpendent inform us if there cannot be
good order and a great deal of kicking
going on at the same time? But we said
umiMinl good order by which we set
forth the meaning that it was better than
previously. As to the agreement that
there should be no shouting, the catcher,
Jimmy Wright, said when catching, about
the second inning: "Let us have
good order and stop that 'shouting for
once." Captain Schafer. of the Zumas,
agreed. Again, the Independent says, in
response to our statement, that they
could not hit Cromp ton's balls, but that
by good batting tbey made nine scores in
the fifth inning; another contradiction,
when those parties, Billy Rush and Silas
Wait, threatened to hit the pilcher,
Crompton, with the bat if be bit them.
We slated they could not hit the balls,
which made them angry, but we did not
say they could not hit any during the
game; any fair-minded person would
have placed the proper construction on
the matter and not made a bad matter
worse by trying to prejudice its readers
with such ignorant statements. Again,
the paper says, "the article refers to Le
Claire plaviog here July 4lh. and states
they were treated most inhospitably, and
that they would not play Erie again for
SO." Also it says, '"this statement
is most thoroughly refilled by the
receipt of a letter from the LeClaire club,
date of July 19, asking for another game
with Erie." While wearenot responsible
for the after action of the LeClaire club,
yet the statement was made by them in
the village of Hillsdale on their way home
from Erie. This we can prove by some
of the most reliable citizens of this vicin
ity. Again the Erie f-heet says, "we are
not championing the Erie club, but the
good nt.uie of Erie for its hospitality and
good treatment to all visitors." We will
say that we insinuated nothing against
the good name of Erie or its particular
treatment of visitors. Erie may be a per
fect paragon for hospitality, or its treat
ment of visitors. So, Mr. Independent,
please stay within tbe bounds of our
articles when responding, and do if in
editorial style. While we may occasion
ally make a slight mistake in our articles,
you, the great wise-acre should beware
of platitudinous ponderosity. Let your
extemporaneous necantalious have intel
ligibility and veracio vivacity without
rhodomontade or transonical bombast, in
other words talk plainly and tell tbe
Coal Valley, Aug. 5.
The Banner farm has put up 300 tons
The R. I. i P. railroad will commence
this week to change their track through
Gilbert Devore has hurt his knee by
pricking it with a nail. It has stopped
him from work.
The people are not shocking their
gaain only where they have no hopes of
getting it threshed for some weeks, as all
threshers have engagements some weeks
There were several of the Cable people
here visiting last week and some yester
day. They do not seem to forget this
place that is, the ones who formerly
Battersby & Son will clone this week.
Their successors will be Krapp & Co.
The principal will be ustave Krapp, Jr.
It will be a grocery store. He is a prom
ising young man, and will attend to bus
iness promptly and is worthy of a liberal
patronage of the people.
3 Lottie E Stevens to Frilzoe Toline,
lot 7, block 1. Meese & Holland's ad. Mo
Martin Reedy to Marcilla Reedy, pt out
lots 14. 15 and 10, Bailey & Boyle's ad,
William B Ferguson to Porter Skinner.
871 feet lot 1, block 18. Moline, $5,500.
Carl J Johanson to Flora E Lock hart,
lot 8. block 3, Alday's 2d ad, E R I to
John C H Read to J S Gilmore, et al,
pt ne 4, 8. 17, lw, $ 1.000.
John C H Reed to J 8 Gilmore. et al,
pt out lot A, sw 4 se 4, 5, 17. lw. $1,000.
E U Guyer, et al. to John Greim, lot
35, Guyertad. R L f 200.
TJ. 8. Biskal Orrics, I
Washington. D. C. Anir 7. I
For the next 24 hours for Illinois
light showers; stationary temperature.
At Black Hawk watch tower landing
i or rent by the hour or day. Ten row
boats, three sail boats and one barge.
My wife, M. Alice, having loft my bed
and board without cause or provocation,
I will not be held responsible for any
debt contracted by her.
Robert M. Tees am an.
"I cannot praise Hood's Sarsaparilla
half enough," says a mother, whose son,
almost blind with scrofula, was cured by
this medicine .
The wheat harvest has begun in Cher
okee county, Kan.
COOK, ICRES & CO.,
MANUFACTURE RB OP
Under the Harper House.
We make a specialty of the manufac
ture of tbe
'Boquet.' 10 Cent Cigar,
and ' Solo."
all kitds of
and Smokers articles always on hand.
Agents fur the world renmvnoil
Victor Safety Bicycles.--
Also carry in Ktork t full linn of 1
wheel costing from f&O to fitii. CheapeM pricen
Room and I'ioture
Cord Nails & Hooks,
At the very Lowest
Call and see.
C. C. Taylor
Under Rock Island Hone.
Fir6t Mortgage Farm Loans
Kate 6 per cent and 7 per
TWO MILLIOX HOLLARS
Loaned by urn without lo to any client.
Call or write for circular and references.
MoiiitTtsiPW )AVEHP0RT Id.
I offer for sale at nar and prnio(l in
terest the following First Mortgages on
i arm ana city properly.
inSyrs.bear'gTpercl; securitj I13.0W
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Room 3 and i Masonic Temp'e,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
in the three cities is
. No. 2011
Ir Cream made from pnre Cream
and flaTorcd with the popular
flavors. A trial of this cream
will convice all that it can
not be excelled.
Picnics, Bociablea and Parties
Of all kinds, f orniabed on
St. Mary's School,
A first-class establishment, healthfully located,
conducted by the officers who founded it. New
building, new furniture, tbe latest methods of
mental and physical culture ; everything up to
we times, industrial, special, sua collegiate
Tbe REV. C. W. LKFFTNGWKLL, D. D ,
Rector and Founder.
Befer by permission to the editor ot this paper.
Geo. W. D. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth St., under Commercial
3rFirst class Insurance at lowest rates.
The following are among
A fine larfe houoe with all modern improve
ments, good barn, trees, etc, 3 acres of land, line
location, just ouuide the city limits near the
street cars; cheap, eay term.
Anice lrick residence, wilb all modem Improve
ments. lan;e erounds, ou Kim street, for sale cheap
Two story dwelling, six rooms, pood well, en
tern and cellar, laive barn S acre of land, within
a few steps of Milao street cars, at a bargain.
New bonse. good cellar and cistern, large lot,
finely located in Dodge's addition oo tbe bluff.
A Kd bonse and improvements with about 4
acres of land suitable for rordeninz about three
miles from Kock Island for sale cheap.
LOW will buy 80 acres of land, partly improv
ed, in Cordova township.
8i.5tiO will buy a good HO acre farm, good im
provements, on reasonable terms.
$2,50 PER GALLON,
KOHIST & ADLER'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK.
Children's Shoes, worth $ .50 for ;30
Children's Shoes, " 1.00 " .70
Children's Shoes, " 1.15 " .90
Children's Shoes, 1.50 1.15
Misses' Slippers, " .75 " .50
Misses' Slippers, " 1.00 '75
Ladies' Slippers, 1 00 " ,75
Wigwams, " .90 " .75
Men's Fine Shoes cut down in same proportion.
Hen's Low Shoes at half price.
These pi ices will continue until stock is reduced.
Custom Work and repairing neatly and promptly done.
tdgjTCall and see us.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second ATenne.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE.
292 Fifth Arena. :
f CD w - t i
I cJ 1
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 tlff property, large grounds, abade
trees, fruits, eic. cheap.
Two or three acres on the bluff, fine Knd for
Koor and one-half acres of land on the bluff
nicely located for lots.
Some of the best lots lo Dodge's addition on
A good lot on the bluff in Rodman's sub -division,
(4(U will buy fine acre lot just outside city
htu ta. on bluff.
f 1,500 will boy over 4 acres with bouse, barn,
etc.. on bluff.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Ladies' Fine 8hoes, worth $5.00 for 4.25
Ladies' Fine Shoes, " 4 50 " 8 50
Ladies' Fine Shoes, " 4 00 " 8.00
Ladies' Fine Shoes, " 3.00 " 2.50
Ladies' Fine Shoes, " . 2 50 " 2.00
Ladies' Lace Shoes, 1.78" 1.00
Base Ball Shoes, " 1.00 " .80