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THE -ROCE ISLAND AUGUS: SATDllDAY, AUGUST 17, 1889.
Cook Stoves Ranges,
RIVERSIDE OAK STOVES,
Boynton Celebrated Furnaces,
MASON & DAVIS'
Wrought Steel Ranges
and Steel Dome Furnaces.
.-Estimates for Heating and Ventilating furnished on ap
plication. DAVID DON,
1617 Second avenne, Rook Island, Ills.
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, July 9 and 10.
Uegular price 75c. Clearing price 48c.
" 44 fjPc. 44 44 4 4c.
44 50c. 44 44 3Sc.
All Ute stylus. These price are for these 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 lest compet
itor and 9.17 as much as one of its would be competitors.
poMMnea the only provision chamtier free from odors, produces a dry
cold air which no ohter can equal, and Las 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 Rock Island than all others.
WILMRD BAKER & CO.,
BOLE AGENTS FOR ROCK ISLAND, .
Opposite Harper House.
is one array of beauty with its loads of new
Wall Paper, Curtains
Call and make your selectionsjrom the Largest stock,
the Newest Patterns and Lowest prices.
44 44 27c.
44 44 22c.
ALL LIKE IT.
The Second Avenne Pavement is
The Wrk tie Neroa BlaekCisa
Pipe IiipravrMeitii The Crtm-
The further the pavement proceeds
west on Second u venue the more popular
it becomes, and 1 he more enthusiastic the
people become oyer It. The pavers
found work much easier when they struck
the second block west of Nineteenth
street, ai there as a more solid base or
foundation on which to build, and the
operations progn sseJ much more rapidly
and more easily. By tonight the alley
west of the Harp ;r house, and in the mid
dle of the block bounded by Eighteenth
and Nineteenth streets, will have been
reached on the scuth side, and the exten
sion of the north side west from Twen
tieth street will h ive been entered upon.
Supt. Nevins stated this morning that be
hoped to throw tl e paved district as far
as it had proeresF ed, open to traffic too
night so that no nore of the street than
is absolutely necessary that it should be,
will remain blocked over Sunday.
OA9 PIPE IMPROVEMENTS.
In the line of public improvements
that are character zing the present season
in IWk Island, th tse that have been, and
are being made by Supt. W. H. Judge, of
the Gas company, are by no means the
least important. He has been getting
his pipes in numht r one shape, so that it
will not he necessi ry to disturb them for
years to come. Along Second avenue, from
Eighteenth street to Twentieth, there is
not an old pipe renaming, either main or
service, and the Utter have been greatly
increased. West t f Eighteenth to Four
tee nth there is n nhing old except the
main pipes, and tbj new service pipe has
been made large anough to supply all
demands for an indefinite period. About
1,8()0 feet of three inch cast-iron main
pipe to connect with the different
mains is to be put in by Mr.
Judge on Twenty-third, from Third to
Fifth avenue, on Twentieth from Third
to Fourth, and on Third avenue from Fif
teenth to Seventeenth streets. A new
thing that he is introducing in this con
nection is a valve for shutting off cer
tiin districts entirely in case of fire or
repairs. The Gas company deserves credit
for the interest and pride it is taking in
aiding these improvements.
COUINU 10 GRADE.
All along Second avenue preparations
are being made to bring storerooms to
the new established grade, and one
property owner talks of sending to Chi
cago for an expert to raise bis entire
building up and thus maintain the pres
ent height of bis storeroom ceilings.
TIIK 0IK SMNO4.
The junior aldermen from the differ
ent waids. to whom M&yor McConor.hie
referred the location of the stone cross
ing taken up on Sicnnd avenue, have
decided upon the fol owing locations:
First ward East Bide of Fifth street,
across Fourth avei ue; south ide of
S Third avenue across Sixth street.
Second ward Soith side of Sixth
avenue across Ninth street; west side of
Twelfth street across Fourth avenue.
Third ward West side of Thirteenth
street across Second avtnue; east side of
Twelfth street across Ninth avenue.
Fourth ward Kail side of Seventeenth
street across Fourth t venue.
Fifth ward East side of Twentieth
street across Seventh avenue.
Sixth ward South side of Fifth ave
nue across Twenty-sixth street; west
side of Twenty-sev nth street across
Seventh ward Eist side of Forty-
sixth street across Fifth avenue; south
side of Fourteenth t venue across Thir
Blrn. .! 4'e.werrt.
Next Monday evening at Harper's
theatre occurs Mrs. Vilton Jones' testi
monial concert. The following excellent
Drocramme. which speaks for itself, has
Scarf nrill Br Thirtren Children
i:.d.r direction of Mi Helen U. Tripp
Zither "March Urwiin." w.
Concordia Zither c ub, Davenport.
"The Bang that Keached My Hoart" Jordan
Mrs. Milton Iue.
"Good Night, r-weet Ureal is" F. W. Ilinchoff
Mrs. Geo. Lambert.
Mr J. L llebert DmveniKirt.
"The Mafic of Thy Voire" Meyer Holmund
Mi battle Fay Davenport.
Bong Lnllahy Canning
Mra. Milton Jones and children.
Mr. A C Wood tit. Moline.
Dear Heart" Mattel
Mra. tiro. Walk 'T. Mulilie.
Due-"Morning Land" E. II. I'helps
Mra. Milton and Max er Louie June.
Cavltana "O. mio rVrnamlo".... Donizetti
Mi Ida J. Deckel, New Virk
Reading ' The Jmers-' () request)
Mm. W. C 1 olliua.
"Stolen Glanced" Wilson
Mi-a Ella V'ilcox.
Farewell Chorus, (in a sbo. )
Mrs. Jones and children.
Palter P. !.
Chester E. Clark, of Chicago. was fined
3 and costs by Mag strate Wivill for
Frank Nelson and M. A. Nelson.tramps
arrested in a box car, were fined $3 and
rosu each bv Macistiate Wivill. The
latter settled and the former went to jail.
Mrs. Mary Ann lIortn has Mrs. Mary
Jane Merrill before Jut tice Cooke today
under charge of threatening a breach of
The Sidney went u and Mary Mor
ton down today.
The Pittsburg will be up Monday
mArntnff and BO through to St. Paul
The Golden Gate will take an excur
sion to Muscatine tonorrow, and the
White Eagle ply between this city and
At Trinity church, R F. Sweet, rector.
flervice tomorrow at v ana !: a m
and 7:30 p m. At the Chapel 230 pm.
At the Central Presbyterian church
Prof. Bartholomew, or Augustana coi
leire. will preach in the morning. There
will be no services in th evening. Suns
day school and young people's meeting
will be held as usual.
The committee on lab-ir day arrange
ments determined last night to have
parade on the day, September 2. and to
spare no effort to make it novel and at
tractive. Ii. D. Lloyd, i t Chicago, will
Some more 8 and 25 cent waists at the
M. & K.
The latest new felt hats at Lloyd &
Mason's fruit jars wholesale or retail at
A beautiful new line of men's panta
loons at the M. & K.
. Call and see those nobby new style
hats at Lloyd & Stewart's. .
All the race those new style fall hats
at Lloyd & Stewart's.
A few pairs of boys' buff shoes, sizes 1
to 5, price 88 cents, at the M. & K.
The Rock Island & Milan railway will
run cars every half hour on Sunday.
City Attorney J. L. Haas has returned
from a business trip to Chicago and Ot
towa. Rev. John Quincy Adams, of Spava,
III., is in the city visiting his son, J.C.
Mr. Adair Pleasants left this morning
for Sterling to spend Sunday with bis
If you are in need of a lamp, buy it at
Loosley's; his prices range from 20 cents
to 15 cents.
Sol Guggenheim, of Pine Bluff, Ark.,
is in the city visiting his brother-in law,
Mr. J. E. Goldsmith.
Capt J. J. Parks, of Wichita, passed
through Rock Island yesterday morning
on his way to Chicago.
Henry Regensburger, of Dennisnn,
Texas, formerly of this city, i9 here on a
fit.it to his relatives.
Only a few pairs of those tan rutfet,
ooze calf top ladies' shoes left at the M.
& K. ; 3.50 is the price.
Visit Loosley's crockery btore and see
his fine selection of dinner sets and get
his low prices before you buy.
The plow shop band will give the peo
ple of the lower end of town an open air
concert at Franklin square tonight.
Street Sprinkler Hardin" will "tie up"
for a while at least and until the paviug
work is concluded on Second avenue.
Bishop Ninde, of the M. E. church, is
expected at the Harper tonight. He
preaches on the camp grounds tomorrow.
Mr. Lewis Englin, one of the best
tailors in this vicinity, has been engaged
to look after the fitting department at the
SI. cc K.
Mr. Hincher has made arrangements to
have the postponed second subscription
concert at his Elm street Harden next
Friday evening. I
If there should be anything in the line
of summer wearing apparel that you are
in neea or the M. Jc K, can supply you
with very little expense. j
The third subscription concert of
Strasser's Second Regt. band at Scnuet-
zen park list night was a delightful af
fair, and many attended from this city.
Mr. G. L. Wynes. wbo is now a full-
fledged commercial traveler again, came
in off the road for a Sunday sojourn this
morning. He reports a good business
and is apparently happy.
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Thomas returned
this mornning from their visit to Lincoln,
b. They report a very enjoyable trip
and were high and dry when the recent
flood visited that city.
Messrs. T. R. and Stewart Harper.
Misses Grace Velie and Maccie Dart con
stituted a party that went as far as Du
buque on the St. Paul Thursday night,
returning to Rock Island by rail.
Mrs. Henry Hoffman, of Boston, ar
rived last evening on a visit to IV. and
Mrs. G. Li. Eyster. Her husband is pro
fessor of mining and engineering in the
school of technology at Boston .
The marriage of Miss Marv Ellen Webi
ber to Mr. Timothy Murphy, son of ex
Congressman Murphy, of Davenport,
takes place at the Central'Presbvterian
church in this city on the evening of
Mr. James Bellows and daughter. Mrs.
Taylor, of Chicago, are in the city on a
visit. Mr. Bellows was a citizen of this
city years ago and at one time was laud-
lord of the Taylor house. His wife died
a short time since.
Mr. L G. Jones, manager uf Newton
Beer's "Lost in London" company, made
the A kg l" 9 a pleasant call today. The
company appears at Harper's theatre one
week from tonight, Aug. 24'h, making
the 105th consecutive week on the road
D. C. Owen has retired from the edi'
torial and business management of the
Fort Byron Ulobt and is succeeded by
Messrs. W. U. Snyder and 8. W. Odell.
who have leased the paper, office fixtures,
material, etc., for two years, beginning
Mr. John Fitzpatrick runs a fine hack
line from Milan to the camp ground, the
first trip leaving at 9 a. m. each day; fare
each way 25 cents He will also leave the
camp grounds at 11 p. m . . after the aer
..if xmicieDl nuuiutt uemi 3 XG Te
turn, fare to Rock Island 50 cents.
Mr. Chaa. E. Fleming, of the dried
fruit firm of G. A. Fleming & Co.. of San
Jose, Cal., arrived last evening for the
purpose of opening up the firm's packing
and shipping season in Rock Island, and
which promises to be on a much larger
scale this year than heretofore.
Stve vour money for the excursion to
Burlington Saturday, Aug. 24lh. It is
going to be the crowning excursion of
the season, and the only one to Burling
ton. The Golden. Gate and barge will
leave at 9 o'clock a. m. sharp, leave Bur
lington on return trip Sunday, at 7
o'clock a. m.
C. C. Mclntire. the dry goods merchant.
has returned from Superior City. Nebras
ka, where be has a branch store in charge
of his brother, W. B. Mclntire. He
says that crops of all kinds are very
abundant in that section and be predicts
a big fall business at Superior City, where
Will bas solidly established himself.
The Davenports defeated the Spring-
fields yesterday by a score of 1 1 to 5 and
became temporarily at least, leaders of
the Interstate league again. The same
teams play today and tomorrow. Strotb-
ers and Kappel baying paid their fines
and apologized, have been restored to
their places in the Davenport nine.
Geo. II. Ballou, the distinguished and
able writer of the Davenport local press,
was in tbecitv this moruing admiring the
pavement. Ballou is recovering from a
very severe siege of illness as bis looks
testify; but he is gaining gradually and
it is to be hoped will ere long be his for
mer self again.
The Moline T. M. C. A. has placed all
of its f 10.000 in bonds, and will immed
iately push the work of completing the
building. It is now believed the associa
tion can occupy its new quarters about
September 1. The dedication will be
held as soon thereafter as the proper ar
rangements can be made. An effort will
be made to have the Rev. D. L- Moody
present on What occasion.
Louis Bender, a young man eighteen
years of age. was walking on the C, B
& Q. tracks near Twentieth street at 7.30
last nigni ana ne got on tne track as a
train approached, not noticing a pile of
sana at tne outer side oi the track, on
which he fell and threw the index finger
oi tne leit nana over tne rail, the wheel
passing over it, and it was necessary to
amputate it. Dr. Barta performed the
"I cannot praise Hood's Sarsaparilla
nan enough," says a mother, whose son,
almost blind with scrofula, was cured by
The M, E. Camp Meeting: Fairly
Yeetertfay' Exercises at Tisaall's
VrT The cierary Present Reli
CaP M KITING GROC7iI, )
Tlx D ALL'S Gbovs, Aug. 17. f
Rock Island district camp meeting can
be said to be fairly under way. The first
two days is all activity, brought about by
people coming to the grounds to arrange
their sleeping quarters, unpacking the
cooking utensils and making provisions
for their comfort while on the grounds.
This camp ground is growing in favor
with church people of the district. New
faces are to be seen, some coming from a
long distance. The camp grounds were
laid out along about 1877, and from this
time to date many improvements have
been added, which are more noticeable by
one who attended the first three years'
meeting and has not visited the grounds
since than by people who attended year
ly. The only changes are not wholly
wrought in additional building improve
ments, etc., but the most striking
changes are the new faces, different min
isters and the general surroundings of the
camp grounds. The old soldiers of the
cross, whose voices were heard in prayer
and praise and tended to inspire the
younger ones of the camp ground are not
to be seen. Such men as Solomon Bru
ner, Father Williams, F. E. Arcularius,
J. 11. Kauffman. T. D. Barns, J. ,W
Spencer, Father Morey, E. W. Spencer
and many other names which cannot at
this time be called to memory, have eith
er passed to their reward, or emigrated to
the west. The old frequenters will miss
their presence. 1
The tabernacle is one of the best im
provements mane on the ground. Id
former days when it rained there was a
scattering to the tents, where prayer ser
vices were held. This covered place al
lows the worshippers to keep their seats
and hear the gospel, regardless of weath
er. Presiding filler m. A. Head is
the major general, so to speak. His
word is law, and an ample corp
of ministers are under his control and
direction. A man in his position ne
cessarily has to do a little scolding dur
ing the opening days of the encamp- I
ment. The services so far have been of1
an interesting character and satisfac
tory to the elder. The Rev. G. W. Gue
preached Friday afternoon after the
children's meeting. Preaching was fol
lowed by a praise meeting and song ser
vice. Ibe Kev. A. II. Brown and Frank
Cummings will be the leadeis of the
singing, while Miss Guoper, of Moline.
and Miss Trent, of Port Byron, will al
ternate at the organ. The music and
singing eo far has been of a high or
der. The gentlemen and ladies who
look after this part of the service have
organ zed a choir, the members of which.
assisted by the congregation, make the
woods ring with hymns sang for yea.-j in
Methodist gatherings. The regular or
der of services will be:
Bible reading at 8:S a. m.
frny r and twtimony meeting at B:Si) a. tu.
Pr. arunu: t 10 30 m. m.
Children meeting at 1 -SO p. m.
Preaching at S:SO p. ra.
Young tK'Oiile'tt meeting at 4 p m.
Song ervice at 6:45 p. m.
Preaching at 7 30 p. iu.
Bishop Ninde will occupy the pulpit
Sunday morning, which will be a treat to
all who attend. The Rev. J. D. Cox.
D. D , a noted devine of the church, will
preach Sunday morning. Aug. 25th.
The following named ministers have
reported to Elder Head. Others will re
port tomorrow and Monday. It can be
aeen by the list that the attendants will
not lack for good talent to expound the
Bros. Gue, of Rock Island; Albro, of
Moline; Harris, of Milan; Wilkinson, of
Preemption; Brown, of Aledo; Riason,
of Preemption; Gimson. of Victoria
Smith, of Woodhull: Dille, of Buda
Greene, of Tavlor Ridge; Sanders, of
Cambridge; Thompson, of Illinois City;
Young, of Cable; and Snedaker, of
The Rev. M. Z Gilmer, of Davenport,
preached to a large congregation last even
ing from the text Romans, 1-16
For I am not ahamed of the irpel of Christ
for it if th power of tiod uuto ealvation to every
one that believein.
It was a fine discourse and the old time
campers who heard him from the same
stand in his youth, say that be improves
with age. No looken on could go away
without feeling that the christian people
are happy in the services in which they
take part. There is a solemn peaceful
atmosphere around the tabernacle, and
the services are certainly doing good for
persons under the influence of the meet
ing mnst go away with a desire to live a
It ia orderly about ibe grounds and the
good breeding is. In former year! water
was not in good supply. This is atr'.i--
portant matter in camp life where they
have no water works, and no soda water
is allowed to be sold within a mile of the
ground. This matter has been attended
to by the committee on water supply,
and they have supplied three wells and a
large cistern with a capacity in gallons
to supply all man and beast will re
quire. Heretofore the human kind on
Sunday could find half supply and the
horses were driven to Mill creek to
quench their thirst.
Elder Head has attended other camp
meetings and has an eye to business and
brought along hiffcow. There is nothing
like looking for an emergency.
The boarding tent is in good bands;
Messrs. John U. Gil more and Joseph
Fitzpatrick are spreading as good a table
as is generally found at first-class hotels.
Air. J. F. Kmilh. of Milan, as usual.
has charge of the feed stables.
Messrs. L. Snider, C. C. Hartman, Jno.
Fitzpatrick, Mr. With row and others are
running hacks from Milan in connection
with the camp ground; the charge is
twenty-five cents each way. There was
a report that the hack men were exacting
fifty cents, the writer came from the
grounds in a comfortable carriage and the
driver did not demand more than a quar
ter, which is cheap fare for a four mile
lion. Bailey Davenport urges the loca
tion of a grain elevator in the city, and
aayi he is willing to aid such an enter
prise. One of ample capacity could be
built for 16.000. Mr. Davenport says,
and be is willing to subscribe f 1.000 to
wards a stock company. It would cer
tainly be the means of bringing a great
many farmers to tbe city who now go
elsewhere and provide a long felt want
Bang Hiding and Horse Bar
At Offerman's (Credit) island, on Sunday,
Aug. 18. All the butchers and drovers
of tbe three cities are invited to attend.
Passengers and horses will be taken on
board at 1 o'clock, at the landing, foot
of Perry street, Davenport, for all that
are provided with riding tickets. The
steamer White Eagle leave Davenport at
1.2:30. 4. 630 and 8 o'clock p. m.. and
Rock Island fifteen minutes later. Ring
riding commences at 2 p. m. Horse race
at 4 p. m. Music and dancing all day.
Riding tickets, 60 cents. Round trip
rare, 25 cents, uood ov Areserved
Buhl's Vaadelia Orchestra. '
Biehl's mandolin orchestra at Black
Hawk's watch tower every day from 10 a.
m. to 7.30 p. m. musical specialties,
xylophone solos, etc. a rich treat for
those fond of fine music
The TnrVlah hath rnnma lift West
Third street, Davenport, Iowa, remod
eled, refitted, renovated, two hot rooms,
two operating rooms, two cooling rooms.
We bathe ladies and gentlemen at all
times or tne day. Sunday morning unui
noon. Harro Hardiho.
At Black Hawk watch tower Unilin?
for rent bv the hour or rtav Tpn row
boats, three sail boats and one barge.
C. A. Stkl, - - Manager.
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Monday Eve., Aug. 19th, 1889,
at 8 o'clock.
In which some of the bent Vocal and In
strumental talent of the three cities
Tickets 50 and 35 cents.
Reserved tet can be eeenred at Clemann &
Salzmiinn'a without extra chare..
C. A. Stkkl, - - Manager.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 20th.
SURVIVAL OP THE FITTEST.
GAIETY CO. j
SAM. T. JACK, Manager.
f Handsomest Ladies in 1 (
Firt presentation of the Grand Spectacnlar
Or, Piadls or the Obikht (Copyrighted)
and the porireous burlesque of tbe
Or. Little Faust on a Lark.
Prices 75. !W and 85 cents . Reserved seats on
sale at Clemann It Salzmann.
-On the Steamer-
Saturday, Aug. 24, 1889.
Round Trip Tickets, : $2.00.
The boat will leave Ro-k Island at 9 a. m. sharn
and return Sunday evening. Bout w.ll arrive at
Burlington at 4 p. m. Saturday and leave there at
tto'ilock on Sondiy rrorning
This excursion will be the event of the see son
in thai line. No strong drinks to be sold on tbe
boat. All kinds of refreshments can be had on
the boat for those who wish them.
Comb One! Come All!
and have a good time.
tV This w'll be the only excursion this season
to Burlington. Tickets can be obtained at the
Diamond Jo office, or H. S. Wge's restaurant.
ro. loi: ;eiona avenne.
Room and Piotuee
Cord Nails & Hooks,
At the very Lowest
Call and see.
C. C. Taylor
Under Rock Island Honae.
First Mortgage Farm Loans
Rate 6J per cent and 7 per
TWO MiLLIOH! DOLLARIt
Loaned by ni without loss to any client.
IVCall or write for circular and references.
- MAiifitMyw iJAVLNPORT Id,
I offer for sale at par and accrued in
terest the following First Mortgages on
farm and city property.
$5,500 due in B yrs. bear's 7 per ct ; security l&ono
660 3 " " T - 1,600
67S " S j . .. . i uo
0S" 7 H. 1 060
1.150 " 8 T " " 4.000
1,40 " " T " "
TOO " 5 " " 7 " " 2,600
7ll0 " S " " T " 1 7(10
460 " F 7 " 1 100
)0 " 5 " 7 " ' " HOJ
eoi " 5 t " " inoo
100 " 5 ' " 7 l 10
WJO " 6 " V 1 660
850 6 7 ' 1480
IteO " 5 " " t " " 600
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Rooau t and 4 Maaonlc Temple,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL,
P-i "lL CM g CO
2-PlAfcenth 8t., under Commercial
tFirrt class Insurance at lowest rates.
The following are among
A nice residence at the inocr end of the city,
lanre corner lot. convenient to i.Und, depot and
saw mills, cheap
A nice new house, larire lot, shrubbery, trees,
etc., oa Twenty-fourth street, cheap.
A new bouse of eiirht mouis, fine k 60x150,
well located, within five blocks of the pontotUce,
A'uost brick honse with a lsrce lot for $2 0:0,
convenient to upper dep t and saw mill.
Two dwe lines wiih lot 801J4. well located on
Moline avenne. 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 honse and lot, convenient to the
npperaaw mill', depot and round hOLse, veey
$2,50 PER GALLON,
KOH2ST & ADLEE'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. .
Men's Low Shoes at half price.
These pi ices will continue until stock is reduced.
Custom Work and repairing neatly and promptly done.
ITCall and see us.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.; v
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1813 Second Avenne.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE,
282 Fifth Lnwu,
Hotel, ROCK I&AND, ILL.
the many bargains offered:
One of the nicest residences, with all conven
iences, fine high comer lot, WU1&0. one of the beat
neitrhhorhoios on Fourth avenue.
UOiio will buy two stores, wall located on Third
avenue, for any kind of business, and tbe rent
pevinff a ?ood interest on tbe investment.
11,10 1 will buy a dwelling with good business
rooia in front, well located on Third avenne.
A new building, one of the beat money making
revtaurams and boarding houses in the city, near
the C B. 1 A P. depot, well located for any kind
On of tbe best located three-story brick stores
for business on Second avenue.
One of the best paying meat market lu the city ,
brick buildings, first-class location, eheap.
f-sl will buy a good lot. 60i&. In good loca
tion if taken soon. One of the best lots in tbe
; ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Ladies' Fine Shoes, worth f 5.00 for 4.25 -
Ladies' Fine Shoes. " 4 50 " 3 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
Ail are invited.
deliver the addreas of tho day.