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THE "ROCK !SIiANI ARGUS; WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1889.
Lot, and this will be tbe last one.
On Tuesday ft. m. August 20tb. we
ball place no sale not her lot of those
stylish Sailor Hats at Ibe uniform price
for both wblte and black. 20 dor.en In
all, 240 baU, may last all day, roaj last
tbree days or all week, but it's doubtful.
Also at Mme time, we mark out a
ftliC job of No. 40 fancy Ribbons. (3J
Inches wide) at 3c per yard.-
3c, 3cts. 3c.
Tbe absurdity of Ibis price, (a No. 40
ribbon at 8c per yard) will rause much
Rrmembf r above is on Tuesday a. m.
tiTNew Pall Goods are arriving In every department. Tbe new Butterick
patterns just received and go on sale Tuesday a. m.
1714. 1710. 1718. 1730 and 1723 Hecond Atknck. Rock Island.
Suitable for Wedding Presents, at
KINGSBURY & SONS,
t5TCall and see them.
1st. We make only the finest quality of work and
that at popular prices.
2d. We guarantee satisfaction.
M. Our Gallery contains more and better Instru
ments, Bark-grounds, and all appliances for making
twice over, than all the other galleries in the city combined.
N. E. Cor. Eighteenth Street and Second Avenue.
Our Leading Lines are of our own make. One the firm is
in the market all the time and no pains are spared
to have the
BEST GOODS -
for the money. It will pay Rock Island and Moline people
to get Shoes of
The Davenport Shoe Co.,
CUR. BUADY AND SECOND,
ia 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.
Improvements are such obstructions to
oar customers that we feel we should
offer some special Inducements to bring
On Monday a. m. at 9 o'clock, we
place on sale 10 pieces, 04 (3 yds wide)
sheeting at 12Jc 10 yards for $1.25.
8 pieces. 9 4 (2 yards wide) sheeting
at 15Jc, 10 yarts lor t.03.
Tbese prices continue while tbe goods
last; may last two days, perhaps three.
We place on sale 50 pieces dress flan
els, all the leading colors and black, at
22c per yard.
On Monday we reduce all qualities of
Zephyr Uinghams to tic per yd. Many
choice styles worth 15 to 16r, all down to
Splendid styles Dress Ginghams In va
riety or patterns at 7 cents; check
ginghams at 4Jc.
1705 Secend Avenue.
I BIG DAMAGES DK4IAKDKD.
J. r. Atwill. of laveprl. f Mae
Tka. Humi ft r 15,000 fr t'alae
Tiie Davenport pi .pen report this mora
iog that J. F. Atwil , of that city, bad en
tered suit in the Rock Inland county cir
cuit court yesterday for $15,000. No such
papera have as yet lieen filed with Circuit
Clerk Gamble, tbe ugh they are being
prepared by McEni -y fc McEniry, and it
U likely will be pat on record yet this
afternoon. Hansen, readers of the
ARacs will renienit er, had Atwill impris
oned at Dayenport last week on a charge
of embezzlement and then permitted tbe
case to go by default by failing to appear
Tbe petition now of Atwill states that
the plaintiff is a met iber of the Iowa bar,
and was admitted t Ighteen years ago in
New York state. He practiced some in
tbe state and federal courts of that state
and then removed to Texas, where be
practiced for about tiree years. He then
came to Rock Islapd, and in 1831 was
employed by Deeri & Mansur Co.,
as assistant bookkeeper and collector,
and bad charge of the shipping de
partment, contracted the freight rates
with the railroad companies and the
boats, hired the nun in the depart
mentandhad full control. Ia 185 he
removed to Gilliert, in Snott county, and
settled on a arm, where be resided a
year, afler which he removed to Daven
port, entering the offlre of Grant & Grant,
where be remained until the summer of
1888, at which time lie opened an office
for himself. lie staU-s that be has been
married thirteen year and has a child
ten years of age.
The plaintiff then details at length bis
professional relations with the firm of Ap
pe'qutat & Hanson, and states that he
had paid Applequist ii full the amount
of 46, which was dut the firm as judg
ment obtained by him (Atwill) as attor
ney In tbe case of nanson and Apple
quist vs. Christian La np. assignee of tbe
Globe Plow works.
Atwill recites the s ory of bis arrest
last week upon information sworn out
by Hanson, charging him with embezzles
ment, gives the accoutt and tbe result of
the bearing before the justice of the peace
upon th failure of Hanson to appear to
prosecute, and then stt tea that bib arrest
and imprisonment with tramps, thugs
and thieves was wilful, malicious and
without probable caust ; that it was done
for the purpose of disgracing him; and
Hanson in so doing waf guilty of express
malice. Atwill claims that be is a man
of nervous temperament, fine sensibility
and physically weak, aiid by reason of bis
arrest and imprisonment be suffered un
told mental anguish tnd great bodily
suffering and inconvenience, and has been
damaged in bis business reputation, in
jured mentally and physically.
A number of children down town have
adopted a means of amusement that is as
thoroughly practical ant will be about as
beneficial in results as any that children
usually bit upon. They have organized
a kindergarten of which Misses Dodie
Hawes and Grace Enow ton are the in
structors. They have daily sessions in a
room which Mrs. Knowl.on has placed at
their disposal in her house and where they
are permitted to pursue their studies
wholly undisturbed. Tbe strictest disci
pline is enforced and a course of primary
study is taught every diiy, commencing
with the A. B, C's. Ojiiie a large num
ber of little folks attend, and it is a safe
assertion that they take I lore interest In
the play school and actually learn more
than they would in many times tbe length
of time consumed in the real school. A
tuition fee of one cent a day is charged
and none of the parents of the scholars
are at all begrudging of the money thus
spent. Tbe kindergarten had a picnic
on Mrs. Enowlton's lawn yesterday, and
a more well behaved and ladylike little
lot it would be difficult to get together.
John Flynn and Dan Keating, tbe two
Africans who do some o:' the specialty
business in the LiUy Clity performance,
went into the alley back of Dresden's sa
loon on Second avenue i.fter the show
last night to settle a little difference of
opinion. The police took care of them
until this morning, wlen Magistrate
Wivill imposed a fine of $5 and costs
Sarah Jane Remley entered proceedings
before Magistrate Wivill last evening
against Peter Peterson, an employe at tbe
lower saw mill, on the charge of bas
tardy. The couple bad bad a pretty
good understanding for some time, but
Peterson deferred marriage on the ground
that Lis finances would not warrant the
increased responsibilities jet. When be
saw tbe warrant last evening, however,
he consented to tbe union without furth
er delay, and it was consummated by
Tbe young imp whom Aid. Larkin
housed until be found him a th ief and
then turned him over to tl e police, was
fired out of town yesterday.
Mtaitrr Mfttel'a rre.
Manager C. A. Steel, of Harper's
theatre, has completed bis force of assis
tants for tbe present season and which is
composed of Moore Foster, stage man
ager; assistants, Thos. Bur is, Geo. Hay
maker and Geo. McGec; Thos. Ranaoji,
engineer; John O'Neil, chief usher, with
Will Don, Louis Cohn and Abe Kobn. as
assistants; Cbaa. McHugb. programmer.
Manager Steel is negotiating with an
eastern firm to provide every other chair
In the parquette with opera glasses such
as are in use in many of thi metropoli
tan theatres and which are worked by
tbe "dime in slot" process.
That Awfal F.ltxlr.
Mrs. Augustus Brown, of Norristown,
aired 67. was prostrated by severe at
tack of erysipelas and for si c years was
as helpless as an infant. Dr. Longbow
introduced some of tbe won Jerf nl liquid
into her system and next day she was
strong enough to read Mrs. Cban-Rivel
era "The Sudden or the D .Teased?" at
one sitting, and in the evening was mis
taken and kissed by a certai i young man
for ber 22-year-old daughtei when she
admitted him into the parlor.
A NIGHT SCHOOL.
The Ukelineod arOne la Kaeklalaaa
Prateat Thaataa' View.
The board of education at its last
meeting discussed at length the propriety
of establishing a night school in Rock
Island and it is very likely that tbe board
will establish one the coming winter
season. President Thomas.who has been
heartily in favor of such an institution
ever since becoming a member of the
board, said this morning when asked by
an Akqcs reporter as to the prospects of
such a move:
"Of course I cannot say anything
definite yet, as the board has made no
formal decision, though the matter has
been discussed and tbe other members
like myself, are in favor of it. I don't
believe we can estimate tbe immense ben
efits to the public and consequent good
to tbe city that would accrue from a night
school. There are a great many poor
boys, yes and girls too, for that matter,
who are denied because they must work
to support themselves and their families,
tho privileges of a schooling. It is these
classes, of course, that we are after and
we feel that if we can accomplish onr
purpose in this regard that we will be
doing something that will be appreciated
and that will redound to the credit of our
educational system. We feel that we
must and ought to extend facilities to the
poor people as far and as fast as possi
ble, and tbe night school will be one of
the best ways that we know of doing
"Tbe intention of tbe board is to pro
vide a room in tbe old high school build
ing now No. 4 as soon as our new No.
5 is completed so that we can relieve No.
4. We think that one of our principals
can be given charge of it at a reasonable
increase in salary and to have the ses
sions, say two honrs to two and a half
each evening m tbe week, from the Bret
of November to the first of March."
In Davenport and in other cities round
about us, tbe night school has been for
years a successful and well patronized
institution, and Rock Island should and
will have one.
Fiebig. the locksmith, was stumped
this morning. It is not very often that
Charley gets puzzled, but this morning be
was put to bis wits end, but he got there
in the end, as usual. It was all over the
safe in the city marshal's office, the door
of which refused to open, and Charley,
after trying almost every means of as
certaining whether the combination
was out of whack, and finding the tum
blers were all right, thought a gen
eral tumbling of the entire mould
was what was needed, and the way he
pitched that great iron box about was a
caution. He displayed Herculean
strength, and Marshal Miller and the offi
cers tbst chanced to Ire in at that time,
fled from tbe tr mbling building in alarm,
but Fiebig tossed the safe about and
played foot ball with it until the door
finally flew open. Fiebig is bound to ac
complish bis undertakings in one way if
he can't in another. He is genius in
eyerythiDg except politics.
At the Theatre.
Tbe Lily Clay Gaiety company gave a
performance at Harper's theatre lust
evening that must have been a disap
pointment to many of the strictly mascu
line audience, who expected something of
the vulgar order and received a first-class
variety entertainment embracing many
new and novel features, and none that
were in the least offensive to modesty,
morality and good taste. It is surprising
that the company should feel itself called
upon to put itself in such a questionable
libt by reason of its advertisements in
order to draw a crowd.
The next entertainment will be the
production of Newton Beers' "Lost in
London" at Harper's theatre next Salur
A Mldewalk IMnpatr.
There is a dispute between the city and
Capt. T . J. Robinson as to the grade of
tbe new flagstone walk that is being con-
u-uetxi on tbe second avenue and Six
teenth street sides of the Rock Island
National bank building. Tbe captain
wants tbe grade raised about rive inches,
while tbe mayor rightly holds that the
established grade must be maintained.
The firm of Larkin Sc Stephens who have
the contract for laying the walk, are
holding to the grade line and are doing
the work under police surveillance,
though not themselves opposed to doing
so, and are not disposed to do otherwise.
There will be no interruption of tbe press
ent work until the corner in front of tbe
bank is rounded at any rate.
Moliae'a 1'aaaolidatioa Committee.
Tbe Moline Business Men's association
at its regular meeting last evening ap
pointed its committee to meet and confer
with the committee of the Rock Island
Improvement association on tbe subject
of consolidation. It is composed of
Mayor P. n. Weasel, 8. W. Wheelock,
Judge J. M. Gould, U. A. Ains worth, A.
8. Wright, C. H. Deere. H. A. Barnard.
N. Chester. O. W. Vincent and L. F.
Kerns. Tbe subject of consolidation was
not discussed in tbe meeting, and no ex
pression of sentiment was therefore ob
tained. T't Pa via.
Tbe laying of the pavement west from
Twentieth street on tbe north side is pro
gressing rapidly, and Supt. Nevins states
that be expects no more delay now un
less it be occasioned by the weather, un
til tbe work is completed. There is
abundance of material on hand acd it ia
expected that Eighteenth street will be
reached by Saturday night
A select party of fifteen couple bad an
enjoyable dance at Turner ball last even
ing, Bleuer'a band farniehing the music.
Miss Tillie Thompson gave a party at
ber borne, Fifth avenue and Twenty
third street, last evening, in honor of her
friends. Misses Carrie and Elsie Davis, of
U. 8. SlBNAL Onici, 1
For the next 24 boura for Illinois:
fair and cooler.
Bansnas 10 cents per dozen at F. G.
Take a look at the finest nutmeg mel
ons in the city, at May's.
Tbe finest peaches, 25 cents per basket
at C. C. Truesdale's.
Congressman W. H. Gest left for Rusb
ville on political business this afternoon.
C. tf- Truesdale, the popular grocer, is
out with a bright new delivery wagon.
Mr. W. F. Garnett and wife, of Port
Byron, were at tbe Rock Island house to
day. Geo. W. Piatt, of Chicago, is visiting
relatives and friends in his former home,
Miss Grace Widney, of Woodhull, is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Robinson, at
R. L. Boll man, tbe Coal Valley fine
horse breeder, was in the city today on
Muscatine island watermelons and
musk melons, all sizes and prices, at F.
C. C. Truesdale has just received a
wagon load of choice cantelopes and
Mr. J. A. Genung and wife leaves to
morrow morning on a visit to relatives at
President R. R. Cable, of tbe Rock
Island road, was in town for a few min
utes this morning.
Mr. W. B. Meyers has returned from
bis business trip to New York in tbe in
terests of McCabe Bros', big house.
The Central Presbyterian Sunday
school bad its annual picnic at Black
Hawk's watch tower yesterday.
The Rock Island & Milan street railway
carried 1.800 passengers Ihsi Sunday
the biggest Sunday of the season.
Mr. J. M. Buford and party are now
in Switzerland, baviug spent a week each
in the countries of England and France.
Wm. Bock, laborer, was instantly
killed in West Davenport this afternoon
by a sewer caving in upon bim while at
Mr. James Wivill ha9 resigned his
position in tbe American express office
and is temporarily employed by the
R. M. Mitchell, formerly postmaster at
Rapids City, and one of the best known
and oldest citizens or the county, is lyini;
at the point of death. .
At the regular weekly meeting of the
Rock Island Building and Loan assoi ia
tion last evening loans were effected to
tbe amount of $5. 2(H).
Tbe concert for tbe benefit of Trinity
parish will occur at Harper's theatre on
the evening of Saturday, Aug. 31st. It
will be a great musical event.
The Congregational church, of Cable,
will hold its annual picnic at the tower
tomorrow, coming over the Rock Island
& Peoria to Searatown. A large crowd
W. D. Webnter. of Cordova, was in
town today. Mr. Webster has taken a
great fancy lo blooded horse stock and is
negotiating for the purchase of a fine
horse in Rock Islaud.
Conductor W. O. Willis, of the Q , is
tbe proud possesser of eight fine English
pointer pups a week old. .They are at
present on the farm of Mr. Drury
Wealberbead near Barstow.
Mr. A. M. Blakesley writes from Gene
va Ltke, Wis , under date of Aug. 17th,
that he and bis family intended leaving,
as be calls it, that "enchanted summer
land the Newport of the west," on tbe
20th. So they will probably be home
Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Parmenter. of
Eilgington. left this morning on their
eighteenth annual visit to their eons at
Gilinan, Iowa. Mrs. Samuel Goode,
whose husband is now in England, ac
companied them for a visit to her daugh
ter in Iowa.
Davenport and Quinry played an ex
citing game yesterday, at tbe close of
which the score stood 3 to 3 Rhines,
Fanning and Harrington officiated for
Dayenport and Turner and Kittridgc for
Quincy. The same clubs play today ami
Buford Poot 243. will not attend the
national encampment. G. A. K. at Mil
waukee, but nome of the mciuhcrs will go
individually, including Rev. G. W Que.
E II. Buck. Gen. W. A Schmitt, W. F.
Norrisand II. C. Ashbaugu. who start
next Monday morning.
Mr. Andrew Burkland who occupied
Mr. Warren's house on Fifteenth street
which w as burned yesterday, called at the
Arol'8 office this morning to state that
no kerosene was used about his bouse tor
tbe purpose of kindling fires, as neigh
bors reported, and that yesterday morn
ing's fire had other origin.
Prof. G. E. Griffith, of this city, who
had an arm fractured by a tU ---leenih
mtrmtrt tx-iwctu f ourth and Fifth
avenues in Moline on May 25 last, and
who afterward sued the city of Moline
for 500, has submitted a bill of expense
incurred by reason of tbe accident
amounting to '54K) for whirh he agrees
to settle. Mc Entry & McEniry are bis
Stephen Miller, a young Moliner, drove
to this city in a buggy with another
young man who hails from Rock Island.
Both of them got drunk, and while driv
ing through tbe city Miller slapped bis
partners cheek and then grabbed bis
gold watch chain. Miller supposed there
would be a watch with it, but there
wasn't. lie jumped from the buggy and
ran. but was overtaken and arrested.
Instructions that have leen issued to
baggagemen of the C. R. I. & P.. with
reference to checking baggage for parties
attending tbe Grand Army encampment
at Milwaukee, require them to write a full
description of baggage on duplicate check
and not use abbreviations. This is to
aid baggagemen at Milwaukee to make
prompt delivery, as it is calculated that
60.000 or about 250 car loads of baggage
will be received on tbe first d ays of the
James Hardin, the street sprinkler,
claims be was done an injustice by reason
of the ''indignation meeting" held yester
day, that tbe water is shut off from Fif
teenth street to Twentieth street on Sec
ond avenue, and that the' last time his
collector went along only ten of his cus
tomers were willing to pay for apri nkhng.
He says tbat as soon as the street work
is completed so tbat he can, he will be
out with his sprinkler again.
Concerning a former pastor of tbe First
M. E. church here, the Galesburg llepub
licanRegiter says: "(Quite a sensation
was caused in the First M. E. church
Sunday morning. The Rev. G. J. Lackey,
when nearly through with his Berraon,
was overcome with an attack of conges -tion
of the spine. Tbe congregation sang
the hymn: 'All Hail the Power of Jesus
Name.' By tbe time the first stanza was
finished, Mr. Luckey had recovered suf
ficiently to complete the services. He is
better today, and no apprehension of
serious results is feared."
Tbe Peoria Herald speaking of the big
Druid picnic in tbat city last Snnday
says: "At tbe park a speech of welcome
was delivered by I. C. Edwards. Tbe re
sponse was made on behalf of tbe frater
nity by L. N. Eckluod, of Moline, noble
grand arch for the state. This was fob.
lowed by more speech making, but the
crowd soon settled down to the enioy
menu of the occasion. It was a day of
amusement for ail present, and was not
marred by anything of a disorderly char
acter." The Peoria papers also speak
very complimentarily of Mr. W. A.
Meese's speech, and allude to bim as the
orator of the day.
Bl RiaXUTOW BOl'TK.
U. A. ft. Kxraraian Oae Fare forth
From August 21st to 28th, 1889, inj
elusive, tbe C..B. & Q. R. R. 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 tbe Na
tional G. A. R. encampment at Mil
waukee. These C. B. & Q. excursion
tickets will 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 3d, to the
agent at Milwaukee having the matter in
charge. Between Chicago and Milwau
kee the tickets will be good for passsge
in either direction via the Goodrich line
of steamers, the C, M. & 8t. P. Ry., or
tbe C. &. W. Ry. Tickets and further
information can be obtained of C . R. &
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 . R I. & P.
railroad will run harvest- excursions to
Kansas. Nebraska, Missouri, Arkansas,
Indian Territory, Texas, New Mexico,
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 St. Paul,
and in cse of tickets to points on Iowa
Falls division of 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.
Ladies who value a refined complexion
must use Pozzoni's powder it produces
a soft and beautiful ekin.
C. A. Steel, - - Manager.
SATURDAY EVE., AUG. 24.
Grand Lrric and Spectacular
Lost in London.
A Great Play ! A Great Company !
All New Srenrry by Lafuvette W. Seavev. The
lli-srt u Hlcaliinore, bete of I'omna, Job's
Vision. Home of tbe Swart King, Illumi-nau-d
Miow Sen stiun, A Wonderland
of Dissolving Beauty.
Prices 75, T0 and 35 cents.
Sale of seats begins Thursday, Aue. Si.
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 J per cent and 7 per
TWO MILLIOX POLLAKH
Loaned by us without loslo any client.
lsVCall or write for circular and references.
0,cJ, SiJr-- ; m
I offer for sale at par and accrued in
terest the following First Mortgages on
farm and city property.
due In 5 yra. bear'-? per c't ; security tlS.OUO
E. W. HURST,
AlTORNEY AT LAW
Rooms S and 4 Masonic Temp e,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
on ImproTed Farms in the
Best Counties of Iowa,
The Farms were Inspected by
C. A. FIOKE,
213 Main St.. DAVENPORT, IA,
First arrivals of FALL GOODS remind them tbat more space is needed.
This week in order to make room they make prices on seasonable goods
so low tbat all ought to be cleared out quickly.
Ladies' ribbed Jersey Vests, were 25c, now 15c.
Lawns go this week at 2c.
Shallies. take them for 2a.
Lawns, fine quality, were 10c, now 6c.
Hatteens, were 12 to 15c, now iMc
Imported French dateens, were 29 to 3c, now 25c.
New Handkerchiefs just received, cheap.
Lulies' cord edge, pure linen, 7c.
Oent's pure linen cor.l edge, 12c.
Ladies' floe cambric, colored borders, 15c.
And many others.
Bargains in towels examine our all Linen, fine quality, large
Towels at 25 cents, its a world beater.
Splendid assortment of
l?toclv Island, Illinois.
f&'A CM 53 CO
Geo. W. D. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth St., under Commercial
mmm IMIIUCC St loWCSt r&teS .
The following are among
A nice residence st the uper end of the c:ty,
large cornr lot. couvenient to iUnd, depot and
saw milli. cheap
A Dice new bonne, larse lot, shrubbery, trees,
etc.. on Twenl -fourth street, chenp.
A new house of eiirdt rooms, flue lo 60tl)0,
well located, within live blocks of the poetotHce,
A nest brick bonse wfth a lsree lot for $2,000,
convenient to upper depot mid ssw milN.
Two dws lins with lot h iK'4. well located on
Moline srenue.at great bargain.
A nice two-story dwslling, we.t located, on
Twentieth street, cheap.
A nice residence, with improvements, large
grounds, on Elm street, cheap on ea-y terms.
A two-storv house and lot. convenient to the
upper saw milir, depot and round ho se, very
$2,50 PER GALLON,
KOHN & ADLER'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK.
Children's Shoes, worth f .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
Wigwwns, .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.
t3rfCall and see us.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE. 1818 Second ATenue:
ELM STREET SHOE STORE,
Bedspreads at popular prices.
rock: ialjlkd . ill.
tbe many bargains offered:
One of the nicest residence, with all conveo
' iences, tine high corner lot. on 150. one of the btst
ueifbborbo his ou Fourth avenue.
fJ.WIO will buy two stores, well located on Third
avenue, for any kind of business, and tbe rent
paving a good interest on tbe investment.
f 1,101 wili buy a dwelling with good business
rooji in front, well located on Third avenue.
A new building, one of tbe best money making
restaurants and hoarding houses in the city, near
the C. K. I 4 P. depot, well located for any kind
On of tbe best located three-story brick stores
for business on Second avenue.
One or the best paying meat market in tbe city ,
brick buildings, first-class location, cheap.
t&'iO w ill buy a good lot. 50iJ, in good loca
tim 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 " 8 50
Ladies' Fine Shoes, " 4.00" 3.00
Ladies' Fine Shoes, " 3.00" 2.50
Ladies' Fine Shoes, " 2 50 - 2.00
Ladies' Lace Shoes, ' 1.78" 1.00
Base Ball Shoes, " l,u " .80
2929 Fifth ATenue.