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THE "ROCK ISLANI AHGlTsr WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1889.
Tuesday A. M.
August 13 tli, at 9 o'clock,
and for 2 hours (until 11 o'clock) we shall sell 4 yards -of Pep
erell R Muslin and a spool of J. & P. Coats' best thread
FOR 25 CENTS. '
An t!m rlurlntr
trim free of charge
ilnzen tailor bate bought at our biota last
tick at An. Dunn? the treat roah of
distributing 300 hatt
properly wail on those who wished 10
(elect trimmings, and we therefore make
this liberal donation of our time that all
mar txi satisfartorilT
hrlnn four hatt as this
only for this week.
arriving, new Hatt arriving, new bird
fashionable we have them.
Karlv purchases of fall Drew flood are arriving, and we will be pleased to
how them and discuss all points of style, price and quality.
Butterick's IVlineators for September are also received, and you can easily de
termine upon styles to make up dresses for the coming season.
This week takes the balance of the Silk Mitts from the bankrupt clove house
f Wolf Jfc Wcldner. I1 call, lowest cuts, grandest drive of the season.
1714. 1718. 1718. 1720 and 1723 Skcond Avenue. Rook Island.
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, July 9 and 10.
Regular price 7fk Clearing price 48c.
" C?c. 44 " 44c.
44 T0c. 44 44 38c.
All late styles. These prices are for these days only.
KINGSBURY & SON,
170.r Secend Avenue.
1st. We make only the finest quality of work and
that at popular prices.
2d. We guarantee satisfaction.
3d. Our Gallery contains more and better Instru
ments, Back-grounds, and all appliances for making
twice over, than all the other galleries in the city combined.
! ' RASMUSSEN,
N. E Cor. Eighteenth Street and Second Avenue.
J. B. ZIMMERs
IS RECEIVING DAILY UIS STOCK OF
Spring and Summer Goods,
of the latest patterns. Call and examine them and remem
ber that he mates his.suits up In the latest styles.
HIS PRICES ARE LOW.
Adams Wall Paper Co.,
LERCH & SUTCLIFFE, Managers.
300 Patterns of New Styles in Wall Paper.
gJ"Faintlng. Graining and Taper Ilangine-
1)1 MICK BLOCK, Twentieth Street, Rock Island, 111.
near Third Avenue.
is one array of beauty with its loads of new
Wall Paper, Curtains
Call and make your selections from the Largest stock,
the Newest Patterns and Lowest prices.
this week WO will
any one of the 25
we were unable to
treated. Come and
offer; holds Rood
-black birds and black parrots are very
" 44 27c.
Opp. Harper House,
THE ENERGY GENERATOR
Local tfhysiciam' Opinion of Brown.
' Sequard' Discovery
Tae XewfcF.I!jlr of l-lfe" In Net Very
Papalar wTTi the Mleal Fraterai.
tyaf Reek lelaia m Yet. Varies
Realizing the fact that the general
public is absorbing ita attention at the
present time over the recent discovery by
Dr. Brown-Sequaid, of Paris, of what
that celebrated physician has termed,
"The Elixir of Life, the expressions of the
local physicians of xlh schools were to
day sought by an Antics representative
and are submitted I elow. It will be ob
served that the pre onderance of opinion
is not in favor of .he new invigorator,
though there is a n anifest disposition to
await the results of skilled and scientific
investigations and accept the results.
Uowever.if the read i has the misfortune,
or the good fortune, to require a local
family physician, it will be a matter of
interest to know hit views:
Dr. Patrick Greg? I have had no ex
perirnce in the mt.tter, but am of the
opinion tbat it is ar-ant nonsense.
Dr. Q. G. Craij; I have not much
faith in the remedy. It would not strike
me as having as gool e fieri as the injec
lion of beef tea. It docs not seem
to he based on scien iflc principles.
Dr. J. V. Cowdeii I don't think there
is anything in it, and anything Dr.
Hammond, of Washington, could say for
it would not chanpe me, as I think him
unreliable. I would prefer rather to
await the results of Dr. DeWolff's ex
periments which will be of value to the
scientific world, and will, in the opinion
of most physicians, settle the question.
The injection- of the fluid might have a
stimulating effect on the nervous sys
tetn, bat I don't bt lieve it could effect
any decree of perm tnency in the restor
ation of a wornsout system.
Dr. Calvin Truesdale It is a humbug;
an obstruae theory, such as Brown-Se-
uuard has 'been deal rig in all his life.
Dr. (J. U. Carter I am not particu
larly impressed with it, and I think in
four week s lima ttie-e will be nothing
more heard about it.
Dr. G. L. Eysier As a tonic it may be
all right; but as a reju vena tor I think it
is simply a fraud.
Dr. Thomas Gait I have been read
tag it up, and have r ot much confidence
in it yet. but am awtiiing the results oi
Dr. 8. C. Plumm.;r I can't tell any
thing about it. Tn experiments so far
have amounted to nothing, and thus far
take no stock in it.
Dr. G. E Barth I have made no ex
periments, but jadgi ig from the charac
ter of the originator, it ought to be a re
liable remedy, and I would not wonder if
there is something is it.
Dr. W. A. Paul I don't thiik there
is anything true ahoi.tit. yet I cannot see
any harm in it and it might bear investi
gation, and I don't kaow but what I shall
try it myself for tbenakeof gratifying my
wish to see all sucli discoveries tested
where it can be dore without being at
tended by the posa bility of dangerous
consequences. The njection of the fluid
might act as a restorative tonic, but as
for its being an elixir of life, I have no
confidence in it.
Dr. C. B. Kinyon There is a reason
able hope for a desirable result of the in
vestigation of Dr Brown-Seqaard's
cUims. I have a few patients that I
think it might work the most satisfac
tory results upon and I expect now to
Dr. H. C. HoefleI don't know any
thing about it; therefore, cannot express
an opinion. I am willing to abide by
the results of scientif c investigation, and
to govern myself with regard to the use
of the new discovery accordingly.
Drs. Paul, Kinycn and Hoefle are
homeopathic physic ans; the .remainder
allopathic. It seems to he one ot those
lamentable cases wbrre doctors disagree,
thongh the majority of tnem take no
stock in Dr. Brown-:4equard's "Elixir of
Life," and the question of its efficacy in
restoring lost enerey and building up
wasted systems rema ns one of very un
settled convictions in Rock Island.
aMhlaarlaa Park Rare.
The trotting meeting to he given by
the Northwestern Aociation Trotting
and Pacing Horse Breeders at Washing
ton park. Chicago, August 19 and 24,
rives promise of the grandest week's turf
sport of the year. The races commence
on Monday, and continue the entire week.
Tbe best horses knov n to the turf will
compete, embracing t ie stables of Budd
Doble, John E. Turner, John Splan,
McHenry, John Dicki-rson, Rody Patter
son, C. W. Williams, etc. Axtel, the
phenomenal three y tar-old, is now at
Washington park, aid will start during
tbe meeting, pmba ily Wednesday, to
beat tbe champion re.iord, 2:14, made by
him at Cley eland, O.
A lirlaj-ed Parka-.
By an error of thi mailing clerk tbe
labels for tbe Port Byron and Milan
packages of the Weekly Argus
were transposed and each sent to
tbe wrong office. Postmaster Zol
linger discovered 'he mistake, and
remailed the Milan papers to that
office, but the Milan rostmaster failed to
exercise the same common sense, and
either through negligt nee or stupidity al
lowed a bundle of pat era to lie in his of-
flee until yesterday af iernoon, where they
were finally traced and sent to Port By
ron, although a few abort cfctho regular
number. We regret tbe mistake, and
that it was not rectified sooner.
A HB ark.
Harry Noel, assist nt night clerk at the
Harper, met with a strange accid ent last
night About midnight he went into the
ladies' reception rooni to turn ou t tbe in
candescent light. I e stood on his tip
toes, . and reaching op took the key
between his thumb und finger, and the
next instant be aaw a flash, and realized
a peculiar sensation, and a few minutes
later found himself lying on the floor.
He had received a aerere shock, and for
the time was stunnsd to unconscious
ness. The thumb and finger of the right
hand are badly burne 1 from the t reach
Poblis :f otiea.
Mr. Otto Rudert ha i purchased the Elm
ti-At Amir store of Mr. BDeidel. Mr.
TtnAort la m. registered nharmacist in Iowa
nt Illinois, cunseanenllv be understands
the business, and all prescriptions will be
accurately mied. ut would m manual
fi MMitinnance of the trade enioved
by the Elm street dn g store and he will
The Keats. Hark lalaa Meaaatlaa
aaa what Casae af It A Kaeti la
laaa case la laveaprt. Other
Pal lee Affairs.
The trial ot Carl Range for disorderly
conduct was concluded in Magistrate
Wivill'a court this morning. Range be-,
ing found guilty and fined $10 and costs.
He took an appeal. State's Attorney
Sturgeon prosecuted and J. T. Ken
worthy defended. The evidence showed
the facts ot the case to be that Range
was ill on one of his accustomed visits to
the Richmond place in South Rock Is
land last Sunday. The young lady. Al
pha Turner, whom he had called to see
asked him to stay all night. He had
done so before, and Alpha's mother said
he might on that occasion. Mr.
Roswell Richmond, who is Al
pha's mother's second husband, ob
jected to the young man staying.
and coming into the house during the
evening, and finding Range had retired,
said he would hitch up his horse and
drive him home if he was sick. Mrs.
Richmond declared he should remain,
and a dispute arose in the hall, during
which angry words were exchanged and
Mr. Richmond said something about
criminal intimacy between Range and
Alpha Turner. Range heard the re
mark and emerging from his, room called
Richmond a very insulting name, and
told him he would "bite the dust" for
his accusations. Richmond then went
out - and got several neighbors to
help put Range out, and it is
said also, flourished a knife, but
nothing finally came of it and Range
left the house. It seems to be a case
whore the mother, her daughter, as well
ss Mr. Richmond's own daughter, aie
against him the man's entire house is
arrayed in behalf of Range against him .
Gustave Bremminn, a brewer in Wag
ner's brewery, fled from the city Sunday
night and was captured at Rogers, Neb.,
by Sheriff Leonard, of Davenport, yester
day and returned to that city on a charge
of bastardy and seduction preferred by
the Rock Island brothers, Rudolph and
Herman Schwecke. of Martha Schwecke,
of Davenport. This morning the couple
were married by Magistrate Kauffman in
Davenport, and the case dropped.
Henry Schmidt was fined $3 and costs
by Magistrate Wivill this morning for
AX ANNIVERSARY EVENT.
The Hived Ink Peeple ta Appropriately
Celebrate Their Farefather' Iay.
In response to a proposition by O. G.
Lange, of Chicago, there is a movement
on foot among the citizens of the Swedish
nationality for celebrating tbe 14th of
September as Forefathers' Day. The im
petus for this anniversary was given last
year by the Swedes in Minneapolis, who
then in a grand and most creditable man
ner celebrated tbe 250ta anniversary of
the first Swedish settlement in America,
on the Delaware. It is new proposed that
the 14th of September should be annually
celebrated, as Forefathers' Day, by all
Swedes in the union. Accordingly rep
resentatives from the different Swedish
churches in Moline held a meeting the
other night for the purpose of consider
ing the feasibility of such a celebration.
The meeting was well attended, and it
was enthusiastically resolved that the
n m oi sepiemner next De ceieuraled as
Forefathers' Day. and a committee of
thirty representative men appointed to
make the necessary arrangements.
A. G. Anderson, of that city, who has
charge of the meeting has written a com
munication in which he says:
It is confidently hoped tbat those called
upon to join this committee will cheer
fully respond, and do all in their power
to bring about a successful and worthy
It is also expected that all the citizens
of Swedish descent will pause in the
midst of their various energetic pursuits
and recall with affection and respect their
forefathers, by turning out in a body to
celebrate the 14th of spuabw .ml-
Vara Firrladeri Vug .
The March af laapravrntrnt.
l ne progress oi toe Second avenue
pavement continues westward without
interruption. - There has been considera
ble fault finding and meddling with tbe
way tbe wort is being done, and some
bave gone so far as to bore holes between
the bricks with their canes. This latter
act of vandalism is not only very dis
couraging, but aggravating to the con
tractors, and they would be fully war
ranted in having any one arrested who
should be apprehended of such an act.
As ta the manner in which Atkinson &
Oloff are conducting the pavement the
Argus has no comments to make further
than that the work, as far as it has gone,
looks very nice. Tbe city hires not only
a mayor, but an expert inspector to see
that it is done according to specification
and contract. They know their duty, or
should at least, and they alone are res
sponsible for tbe work.
The curbing is being laid in advance of
the pavement as rapidly as possible, and
the poles have now all been moved in
side the curbing, including tbe one in
front of J. & M. Rosenfleld's saddlery
and leather house, over which a dispute
was raised. Mayor McConochie and
Chairman Hampton, of the street and
alley committee, ordered the pole re
moved and instructed Marshal Miller to
see that it was done right. Manager
Johnston, of the Brush company, sent a
force of men around to do it under the
General Superintendent Scbnitger has
planned to put down the connections be
tween the new and old track on Second
avenue near Seventeenth street tonight.
Tbe Holmes company is putting in some
nice crossings fot the intersection of its
double tracks and the Rock Island &
Milan track at Seventeenth street and
A Georgian eighty years old offers $5.
000 for a young wife. The cost of wives
Increases rapidly after a man passes the
frisky age of sixty-five.
A colored man at Albany, Ga, has
served no leu than twentyne terms in
IMPROVING THE RIVKRS.
What is Keeeaaary far the Hisalastppt
Ita IaaraM BeaeHta ta Iswas
Alsaa Its Hharea.
The subject of tbe improvement of tbe
Mississippi river is being taken up and
discussed by the papers of tbe upper river
cities whenever the opportunity offers.
The St. Paul Pioneer Prest, after com
menting upon the work accomplished by
the waterways convention recently held
at West Superior, states that there are
two great objects of the first importance
which the friends of internal improve
ments must accomplish in this section,
because there are two great water routes
of undeniable national characters These
are the improvement of the Mississippi
and of the great lake route.
The two works ought to go hand in
hand. They alone are truly continental
in their scope- and in their influence upon
commerce. The Mississippi has been the
salvation of our interior communities.
Not only has it made freight rates on the
north and south lines of transportation,
but, by affording water connection with
different and numerous rail routes east
and west at their intersections with its
course, it has made them, effective com
petitors for the same business, and kept
down the western portion of the through
rate to the Atlantic sea-board. It mat
ters not whether its broad expanse be
covered with water craft or with water
fowl; for it has and exercises, in either
case, the enormous and bent ficient power
of a regulator of freight rates.
Wm. Bagley, of Chicago, is visiting
friends in his former home, this city.
Supl. of Schools and Mrs. S S. Kem-
ble have returned from their Iowa trip.
Wanted at once, good reliable roan to
act as stage manager and bill poster for
Andrew J. Cherry and Miss Gcorgiana
Carcj. of Chicago, were married by Jus
tice 11 awes today.
Mr. Hans Clemann and family have
gone out to Big Island to live in the
tented village temporarily.
Mr. Frank Nadler left last evening for
Quincy to attend the meeting of the lis
linois 1'harmaceutical association.
Dr. C. R. McCandle8s. late of Cedar
Rapids, is in charge of Dr. A. H. Mc-
Candless' dental rooms during the latter's
absence up the river.
Miss Ida Ward, of Racine, who has
been visiting Miss Lulu Bliss in Rock
Island, returned home yesterday. Miss
Bliss accompanying her.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bnwen. formerly
of South Rock Island, and now of Mo-
ine, have a new daughter, and "Al" is
iustly one of tbe happiest men in tbe two
The Ari7s enjoyed a telephone sere
nade from Franing's drug store in Milan
this morning by the Ruge Bros, and
Gtrdner, executed on a harp with violin
Mr. Herman Schmarht. proprietor of
Schuetzen Hall" on Ninth street corner
Eighth avenue, will have a grand open
ing on Saturday, August 17. Music and
dancing. A general invitation is ex
tended to the public.
Messrs. Fred Denkman anJwife, T. B.
Davis and wife and Dr. and Mrs. A. II.
MrCandless left on tbe F.'C A. Denk
man this morning as Capt. Whistler s
guests on a trip to Beef Slough and re
turn. Mr. John Streckfus states that he paid
$14,000 for the Verne Swain, and that
his partner, Joseph Scbaab, will conduct
the grocery and feed business in I look
Island in tbe summer, and that he will
look after the firm's milling interests in
The Davenport base ball club returned
yesterday, and all the players are in good
condition. The series plaved awav from
home was the best the club has played
since the league season opened. I he
SprinCfields open a series of three games
at Davenport on Friday.
The ide Awake boys are meeting
with deserved encouragement in their
subscription for funds for a team, etc.
They should have it. The truck is nec
essary at all fires and should get there on
time. Tbe boys will see that it does if
tbey have the facilities.
Tbe marriage of Miss Mamie Stouuh
ton, of Moline, and Mr. James D. L. Tid-
msrsb, of Chicago, occurred at the bride's
home in Moline Monday vemasr. Tim.
was a goodly though not large company.
tbe Rev. J. C. II. Read officiating. .A
fine supper was served, and the happy
couple departed on a night train for New
IK KL.1SUTOS KOI TK
. A. K.
Koand -0e Pare fortkr
From August 21st to 28th, 18S9, in
clusive, the C..B. & Q. R. It. will sell at
half rates, or one fare for the round trip,
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. & Qj. excursion
tickets will be good to return August
27th to September Sth, inclusive; but by
special arrangement, an extension to
September 30th may be obtained by ap
plying prior to September 3d, 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,
August 20. and September 10 and
24. and October 8. tbe C, B, I. & P.
railroad will run harvest excursions to
Kansas, Nebraska, Missouri, Arkansas,
Indian Territory, Texas, New Mexicj),
Arizona, Wyoming, Utah, Idaho, Iowa,
Minnesota, Dakota, Montana and Colo
rado. Tickets will be sold on dates
mentioned above and will be good for
thirty days from date of sale, and they
will be good for stop over either going or
returning at any point west of the Mis
souri river ,at any point beyond 8k Paul,
and in case oI tickets to points on Iowa
Falls division or the B , C. R. & N. rail
way or Pacific division of the M. & St.
L. railway, stop over will be allowed at
any point beyond the Mississippi river.
Aa important XUmsnt
Of tbe success of Hood's Sarsaparilla is
the fact that every purchaser receives a
fair equivalent for bis m ney. Tbe fa
mllliar headline, "100 Dbses One Dol
lar," stolen by imitators. Is original with
and true only of Hood's Sarsaparilla.
i nis can easily be proven by any one
who desires to test the matter. For
real economy, buy only Hood's Sarsapa
rilla. Sold by all druggists.
For 100 years mlnature painting has
been a peculiar distinction of Charleston,
8. C, and it is said to lead all other cities
- - Ta Xilwaskee,
The C. R. I. & -P. road will Bell
round trip tickets to the G. A. R. en.
campment at Milwaukee for 6.23, or one
way fare. Tickets will be on tale from
August 21 to the 28th inclusive, good to
return until Sept. 5. They will be good
only for a continuous passage, but they
will not be required to be stamped atMil-
wausee lor return trip. This will enable
parties wno wish to go east of Chicago
to return through Chicago without eoing
back to Milwaukee, provided the ticket is
used before Sept. 5.
The Moline and RorW Tul.n.l rtn,;l.
maauu -s uiun
will have an excursion to Peoria on Suns
flay, Aug. iin. itound trip fl.25.
Tickets can be secured in RnMr T.UnH .
Winter & Lembure's, Jos. Ilubers. Wm.
uressen ana u. Leiuer. no ucaets sold
after Friday at 4 p. m. :
Biehl's Mandolin Orchestra. .
Biehl's mandolin orchestra at Black
Hawk's watch tower every day from 10 a.
ni. to 7.30 p. m. musical specialties,
xylophone solos, etc. a rich treat for
those fond of fine music.
Weather Poreeant. -
U. S. Sional Orrirt. I
WaohlngUra.D.C. Aug. 14. 1
or the next 24 hours lor Illinois:
fair, 'slightly cooler.
At Black Hawk watch tower landing
for rent by the hour or day. Ten row
boats, three sail boats und one barge.
The cst on earth can trulv be said of
Gngg's Glycerine Salve, which is a sure,
safe and speedy cure for cuts, bruises,
scalds, burns wounds and all other sores-
v ui positively cure piles, tetter and ail
skin eruption . Try this wonder hecJer.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money refund
ed . Onl v 25 cents. Sold bv drupeista
C. A. Stesl, - - Mansger.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 20th.
SURVIVAL OF T3K FITTEST.
SAM. T. JACK. Manager.
- ( Handaomept- Ladies-In
First prt'KinUt ion of the Qran Spectacalar
Or, Pals oT the Oriiht (Copyriehted)
and tbe eorceous bnrleoqne of the
rir. Little Fanst on a Lark.
I Prices 75. Ml and 35 Cents. Reserved seats on
Mile at Cltmann & Salzmann.
COOK, ICKES & CO.,
Under the Harper House.
We make a specialty of the manufac
ture of the
'Bifouet.' 10 Cent Cigar.
all kitda of
and Smokers articles always on hand.
Room and Picture
Cord Nails & Hooks,
At the very Lowest
dull and see.
C. C. Taylor
Under Rock lfland Honae.
First Mortgage Farm Loans
Rate 6J per cent and 7 per
TWO MILLION DOLLAR
Loaned by na without loss to any client.
(VCall or write for circular and reference.
fts a.alg,-r'u'- .
I offer for sale at par and accrued in
terest the following First Mortgages on
farm and city property.
8,500 doe In 5 yrs. bearg7 per c't ; aecurltj ais.000
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E. W. HURST,
- Attorney at Law
Booms 8 and 4 X atonic Temp'a,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
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Geo. W. D. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
. 220 S.TCnteentli Bt., under Commercial
l'F'irat class Insurance at lowest rates.
The following are among
A nice residence at the nnper end of the city,
large corner lot, convenient to island, depot and
saw mills, cheap
A nice new house, larse lot, shrubbery, trees,
etc., on Twenty-fourth street, cheap.
A new house of eight rooms, fine lo GOtISO,
well located, within five blocks of the postomce,
A neat brick house with a lanrc lot for $2 000,
convenient to upper dep-.t and saw mill.
Two dwe lings with lot S0ilt, well located on
Moline avenue, at a great bargain.
A nice two-story dwelling, well located, on
Twentieth street, cheap.
A nice residence, with Improvements, large
rounds, on Elm street, cheap on easy terms.
A two-story house and lot, convenient to the
upper eaw mili, depot and round ho. e, very
$2,50 PER GALLON,
KOHN & 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, " . 100 " ,75
Wigwams, " .90 ,75
Men's Fine Shoes cut down in same proportion.
Mil's Low Shoes at half price.
These pi ices will continue until stock is reduced.
Custom Work and repairing neatly and promptly done.
tCall and see us.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Pecond Ayenne.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE,
2929 Fifth knaxM.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
the many bargains offered:
One of the nicest residences, with all conven
iences, fine high comer lot, 80x150. one of the beet
neigbborho'Ms on Fourth avenue.
Sf.000 willbny two stores, well located on Third
avenue, for any kind of business, and the rent
pavinir a good interest on the Investment.
J1.1H) will hay a dwelling with good business
roos in front, well located on Third avenue.
A new building, one of the best money making;
restaurants and boarding houses in the city, near
the C, R. I & P. depot, well located for any kind
On of the best located three-story brick stores
for business on Second avenue.
One of the best paying meat markets la the city ,
brink buildings, first-class location, cheap.
50 will buy a good lot. 50x82. In good loca
tion if taken soon. One of the beat lota la the
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Ladies' Fine Shoes, worth (5.00 for 4.25
Ladies' Fine Shoes, " 4 50 " 8.60
Ladies' Fine Shoes, " 4 00 " 3.00
Ladles' Fine Shoes, " 8.00" 2.50
Ladies' Fine Shoes, ' 2.50 2.00
Ladies' Lace Shoes, " 1.78 " 1.00
Base Bali Shoes, 1.00 " .80
try and treat all well.
jau lor nghung.
of the country la tbia branch of art.