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THE HOCK ISLAND ARGUS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1889.
Cook .Stoves f Ranges,
RIVERSIDE OAK STOVES,
Boynton Celebrated Furnaces,
Wrouglit Steel Ranges
fciT-Eatimates for Heating and Ventilating famished on application.
1617 Second avenue,
Suitable for Wedding Presents, at .
KINGSBURY & SONS,
Sdt7"Call and see them.
let. 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.
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
for the money. It will pay Rock Island and Moline people
to get Shoes of
The Davenport Shoe Co.,
COR. BHADY AND SECOND,
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.
-and Steel Dome Furnaces.
Rook Island, Ills.
1701) Secend Avenue.
TBE TASK IS DONE. .
Collector Starrs Mission to Rock
flarh Agony inevea Maris
Caused thla Maratac Harry Boa-
lark Appelate-! Depatjr Collector.
lje talt Miaaai Deputy, aa4 Holi-ae
Uetn the Uangrr.
The anxiety on t the appointment of
the republican deputy collector and
other revenue office rs for this part of the
Fifth district ia ovtr, but not the agony.
It has alleviated sonewhat in tome parts,
but intensified in others. Col. J. S.
Starr, of Peoria, ihe recently appointed
collector of the Fil th district, arrived in
Rock Island last evening for the purpose
of settling upon his subordinates here,
and the consequent e was that his rooms
at the Ilarper were almost constantly be
sieged, and he could scarcely walk out
upon the street witaout someone hanging
to his coat tail un.il late this foreuoon,
when he announced that he had agreed
upon bis appointments. They are as
Deputy Collector Harry Bostock.
Sump Collector M Lee Oalt.
Oauger J. H. gale.
The first two appointments are con
fined by Collector Starr, but the last he
stales, is not yet fully decided upon,
though it will be Moline man and an
old soldier. Dr. (ale fills that bill and
it is probably a mt.tter for him alone to
decide whether he will succeed Mr. Ar
thur Burrall or net.' Mr. Oalt will as
sume his new duius Sept. 1; the others
not until Oct. 1.
The Fifth district is the largest and t"he
most important in the United State and
there is no district ia the country that has
been better managed than it has in the
past four years, wtich have witnessed a
redivision of the sttte. To the efficiency
which has worked the management of
revenue affairs in iie district, Mr. Geo.
W. Henry, of this city, the deputy col
lector, has contributed In a very large
measure. He haa proven himself faith
ful, diligent and most capable, and many
of the prominent republicans through
out the district were in favor of his reten
tion as a strong illustration of the
party's declaration to enforce civil ser
vice reform. In faot only the hungry,
howling pressure taut came from this city
caused his removal. The fight between
J. II. Cleland and Barry Bostock for the
place has been a bard one and has left
bitter results. Dr. Hale, of Moline, was
a red hot applicant, too, and it is said
that when he was w -itten to recently that
he could not have that appointment, but
could be made gaugar, he ignored the
letter entirely and that if he is made
gauger now it will t e simply thrust upon
him. He was visited by Collector Starr
and a number of the bosses this morning.
For the office of gauger which Mr.
Arthur Burrall is filling so well, there
was something of a tiiet but animated
effort, and L. V. Eckhart is the most dis
appointed man in Kick Island over the
way the matter is likely to be solved.
Mr. G. O. HuckaUedt has made a cap
able stamp deputy iind there were sev
eral who were quite willing to succeed
him. L. Y. Eckhart was after this place,
too, and Willard Baker made an old sol
dier canvas for it. tut Gait Lad the com
The task is done, now look out for the
AN ELECTRIC RAILWAY.
A Slew Eaterprlae far stark Island
Ktfhl fHi) UbrHontht.
At the next meeting of the Rock Is
land city council the Moline Central
Railway company will seek right of way
by ordinance into Rock Island for
an electric railway over the follow
ing route: Beginnine at the eastern
extremity of Fourenth avenue, con
necting with its liie from Moline, and
running west to Thirtieth street, and
north to the end of that street, and be
ginning at the easier extremity of Sixth
avenue and runnini; west to Twenty-
fourth street; thence north to Second ave
nue, and west to Seventeenth street.
Messis. Guyer and McCahe, the Rock
Island directors of 'his company, stated
today that the obj jet was to construct
such a line as could be run and equipped
by electric cars and to run in cooperation
with the Holmes lints in carrying people
from Davenport, as well as Rock Island,
to the bluff, and no, antagonistic to it,
and that the consent of the Holmes syn
dicate to have the u of its tracks from
Third to Second aenue on Twenty-
fourth street and to Seventeenth street on
Second avenue would be sought, which
of course will be nee-Mary.
This morning Marshal Miller trans
ferred Officer Brennt n from the upper
beat to that in the ci ntral portion of the
city, recently covered by Officer Cary , and
John Mulqueen haa been appointed
patrolman by mayor McConochie and as
signed to Brennan's former territory east
of Twenty-fourth street.
The appointment or Mulqueen is one
of the weakest Mayor McConochie has
made. The other man considered on the
vacancy, ex-Police nan Henry Baker,
undoubtedly was the mayor's real
choice at heart, a ad would make a
much more satisfactory and efficient man
and should have had it.
A Death Deitilac laaeec
Mr. Louis May caioe very nearly being
tarantulaled last nij'ht. When he ap
proached bis safe to lock it for the night.
a strange looking ii.sect very much re
sembling a mouse, ran over tbe top of the
door. Mr. May male a grab for it, but
as it bad disappear I, he shut the door
and thought no more about it. This
morning ha found something that looked
like a huge spider crushed on the inner
jam of tbe aafe door. On examination
it was found to be a tarantula, whose
ating ia instant death, and Mr. May
canght his breath when be thought of his
escape. Tbe spider probably came in a
bunch of bananas; it was turned over to
THAT LOOKS BETTER.
Darn the North Side of the Seeeaa
Avraic Pavensemt Iateraertiea
The WorK Farther laiproveaaeBta.
That the north side of the pavement at
the intersection of Second avenue and
Nineteenth street is completed, an oppor
tunity is afforded to compare the surface
with that on the south side, where the
sloping gutter and elevated crossing was
tried as an experiment. The plain sur
face, with little perceptible variation
from the general surface of the street, is
vastly preferable in appearance, and will
from every indication be practically so,
also. It will be adopted at the other
street junctions in the district to be
paved. This furnishes the first block of
pavement, though the space to the
east line of Twentieth street re
mains to be done. The work of corns
pleting the second block bounded by
Nineteenth tnd Eighteenth street has
been fairly entered upon, and the pave
ment work to the alley will be completed
solid by tonight.
Atkinson & Oloff have experienced a
little difficulty in getting suitable brick
for the first course. They used all they
bad on hand, and pending the manufac
ture of more of the same quality other
local dealers took advantage of the
circumstances and rained the price of that
grade of brick, so that the firm was ob
liged to go out of town for brick. As
baa been stated, a large quantitv was
secured in Moline and also in Cable, but
decidedly the best lot yet received from
outside sources has been contracted foi
with a Cambridge firm. There
are to be 2(.hj,UUO in tne sbipment.
and they are of much the same appear
ance as tbe Gale8hurg hard and more
evenly finished, but probably not so well
The firm of Larkin & Stephens to whom
the putting in of the curbing has been
sublet by Atkinson & Oloff, are doing
the work as rapidly as the material ar
rives . The rounding corner stones at the
street intersections are very neat and will
tend to give the street a fine appearance
wherever they are used.
The work of putting down new side
walks on second avenue is progressing
nicely. This morning Capt. Robinson,
who disputed the grade on the Eighteenth
street side of his bank building
and who stopped work yesterday,
gave instructions to Larkin &
Stephens, the contractors, to resume
work this morning according to the pro
per grade, and there will probably be no
further objection to established uniform
grades, as those who are discommoded
the most thereby have raised the least
objection so far, but are altering their
buildings to suit tbe grade as fast as
possible. Some of these property hold
era are, as the Ahocs has said before, in
favor of securing tbe services of an ex
pert from Chicago to raise their entire
Mr. L. A. Marshall, of Chicago, presi
dent and manager of the Minnehaha
Granite company, is in the city today.
having been attracted by the reports of
Rock Island's and Davenport's booms.
He is putting in some fine rock face
fronts to business blocks, and will proh
ably arrange to substitute some' of his
plana for one or more of the long exist
ing Second avenue eye-sores, and which
look more look out of place than ever
T H E STARVING COLLIE I iS.
A Him Meeting Called to Ilrar af the
Iberthera llllaoi NanVrera aad to
Take Action Concrrsmmau Lm lrr
Messrs. Isaac Brooks and Alexander
Morton, who, as related yesterday, are in
the city devising means of rendering as
sistance to the starving miners at other
p'aces under the jurisdiction of tbe
Northern Illinois Mining association,
called at the A rocs office this morning,
displayed their credentials and state that
they have succeeded in getting Turner
ball for a mass meeting Monday night.
which Mayor McConochie will call, to
hear the aitualion, condition and suffer
ing of the miners in the districts named
properly explained. An effort is being
made to have Congressman Frank Law
ler, of Chicago, whose noble efforts
throughout the state in behalf of the suf
fering colliers are known to all, present
and describe the situation as it really is.
Messrs. Brooks and 'Morton stated
this morning that they were in need of
provisions more than money food is
what the miners are dying for and any'
thing that can be contributed in ihe way
of food will be fully as acceptable as
funds, if not more so. The gentlemen
named state that no one can imagine the
horrible condition of these poor oppressed
people who are being gradually starved
to death by their masters. Meetings are
also to be held at Davenport and Mo
This afternoon Mayor McConochie iss
sued the following
At the request oi many of our people I
wisn to announce to all those who are
disposed to be charitable in a cause that
appeals to our humanity, that Messrs
Brooks and Morton the representatives
of the Illinois Miners' Union with the co
operation of our labor organizations,
have made arrangements to have a pub
lic meeting Monday evening at 8 o'clock,
and are making arrangements to have tbe
Hon. Frank Lawler and other able
speakers to address tbe people, describ
ing tbe condition of tbe people of Brace
ville and vicinity, who are today on tbe
point of starvation- I hope our
people will turn out. The meet
ing will be at Turner hall and
do not forget your pocket books.
Ton wi:l there bear the saddest tale ever
told by human tongue by those who have
been there and have a personal knowl
edge of the facts a whole community
of men, women and children starving to
death for tbe common necessaries rof life
in this great broad land of plenty. The
noblest acts of humanity is to extend a
helping band to help our uufortunate
brethren, and let us not forget that char
ity is the grandest, sweetest word in the
English language, evef remembering the
language of God, himself, spoken in the
vales of Judea more than eighteen hun
dred years ago; its echo has been rever
berating around the world in every
tongue, and will be until the end of time:
It is more blessed to give than to receive.
William McConochie, Mayor.
Maeeemfal Coatlaaatloa of the XI. E.
caaap Xleetlas: Moate Able tier-
Cxwr Mietinb GRoricps, I
TlXDAIX' Oftovtt, Aug. 22. I
Yesterdav and today are, in many re
spects, the best days of the camp meet
ing. The preaching is last the kind to
build up a spiritual interest. There is no
rivalry or no apparent effort to excel in
delivering the message, but a strong de
sire to do good. 1 lev. Kyarson, of Rey
nolds, preached yesterday morning a
good sermon full of thought from Paul's
"For me to live. In Christ, but to die, Is gain." !
At 3 o'clock Rev. Cady, of New Wind
sor, held the attention of tbe audience
for three quarters of an hour, the theme
being, "Man's Longing After God," and
from the words in the Acts of tbe Apos
tles, "To the Unknown God." Last
evening Rev. J. W. McCord, of Rock
River Valley, preached a powerful ser
mon from the words, "How shall ye Es
cape if ye Neglect so Great Salvation?"
Ihe whole time is occupied in prayer
meetings, children a meetings, young
people's meetings, bible readings and pub
lic preaching. ,
It has been unsually healthy in the camp
this year, but yesterday a young Mr.
Brown, of Milan, was taken with convul
sions and for a time was in a critical con
dition, becoming easier for a time, but
suffering a relapse again last evening.
A doctor was sent for and today was re
called. Other than this one case there
has been no sickness.
A good old Methodist man coming to
camp meeting found a pocket book - with
a large sum of money. The owner can
get it by calling upon the presiding elder.
1 he arrangements are being made to
have a good programme for the coming
Fresh oysters and celery at May's .
Choice paaches at F. G. Young's.
Watermelon on ice at F. G. Young's.
The finest dressed spring chickens at
Peaches and pears, 20 cents per basket.
Musk melons and nutmeg melons at F.
Muscatine Island melons at C. C.
Fresh chichens dressed at F. G.
Bananas 10 cents per dozen at F. G.
Fine fresh egg pi a tils in the morning
at C. C. Truesdale's.
Fine free stone peaches, 25 cents per
basket, at C. C. Truesdale's.
Prof. G. R. Housel and family have re
turned from their visit to Ohio.
Come early and leave your orders for
dressed spring chickens at May's.
The First M. E. church, of Davenport,
is celebrating its semi-centennial.
A number from this citv attended the
operatta given by Miss Helen Tripp in
Moline, last evening.
Tommorrow being tbe festival of Sf
Bartholomew, there will be services at
Trinity church at 9 a. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin H. Connelly, of
topeta. Kan., are visiting at the resi
dence of Maj. H. C. Connelly.
The postponed second subscription
concert of Strasser's Second regiment
nana at iiincber s garden occurs this eve'
ning. and will be a musical treat worth
Messrs. Simon Hoffman and Andrew
Hoffman are laying new brick walks in
front of their premises on Fourth ave
nue, between Seventeenth and Eigh-
Frack Sperling, an employe of-the
poor farm, took out a license today to
marry Miss Clemens Lannt, an inmate.
mis aiternoon. steward Dow proposes
to "give Uicm a big wedding tonight.
Sheriff Silvia' son. Milt, haa the finest
pair of ponies in Rock Island countv
They are almost exactly alike, and are
peculiarly marked at that. They were
bought of a son of Sheriff Williams, of
Geo. W. Kelsall, of Canton, Iowa, sec
retary of the Second Iowa Cavalry,
writes the Arous that the fourth annual
reunion of tbe regiment will be held at
Maquoketa, Iowa, October 9 and 10, and
deBires that other papers assist in placing
tbe fact before comrades of tbe regiment
Davenport is still fighting that vile
slough, and as yet with little encourage
ment. Rock Island people who attend
the ball games at the Davenport park
have been given something of an idea of
the sickening terror of the stench on their
way to the grounds in the west part of
Thirty thousand feet more of Johnston
rail arrived in the Burlington yards yes
terday. It in principal y to he used in
Davenport., The retracO the lower
and upper ends of tbe Third street line
there is first to be attended to, and then
work on the new "jug-handle" route in
Davenport will be commenced.
J. C. Bennett, who was twice tried
for watch thievery in Rock Island, and
finally sent to the penitentiary, after
leaving Joliet, went down into Union
county and married a widow worth $30,
000. He came home one night drunk
and tried to kill her, and now she is in
Rock Island tracing up his record in or
der to secure a divorce, and to send him
bark to tbe "pen," if possible.
Seth Morgan, formeily of Rock Island
and Davenport, at one time business man
ager of the Union and liter on the old
Davenport Qatetle, has been sued says the
Des Moines Leader, in the district court
of Polk county by Mary 8. Berry, charg
ing him with the crime of bastardy, and
asking judgment against him for the sup
port of the child. Morgan seems to be
going from bad to worse as fast as he
The funeral of Mrs. Edgar Hilton will
be held Sunday afternoon at S o'clock
from the residence of E. W. Boynton.719
Twenty-third street. The aged lady's
death was as sudden as it was sad. Sue
spent Wednesday afternoon with lady
frienda in the city and was In unusually
bright spirits, and talked at length on
Christianity and death. At supper time
her husband called for her. but she de
clined to go home, saying she was having
such an enjoyable time. Yesterday
morning she arose at the usual time and
at 9 o'clock was stricken with death.
Arrangements were completed yester
day for the grand concert to be given at
Harper's theatre on Saturday evening,
August 31st, by a meeting of the Im
provement guild of Trinity parish at the
church. As has been already stated, the
concert is to be in charge of Mrs. E. B
Cropper and Mr. Carl Helpenstell, and
tbe programme will embrace the best
musical talent of the tri cities as well as
several selections by Miss Margaret
Fry, a gifted Freeport lady. Commit
tees were appointed on advertising, pro
grammes, etc., and it was decided to fix
the prices of admission at fifty cents for
adults, and twenty-five cents for chil
dren. Weatlaer Forecast.
U. 8. Sibnai. Orric i '
Wahington,D. C, Aug. it. f
For the next 24 hours for Illinois:
fair, slightly warmer.
Ladies who value a refined complexion
roust use Pozzoni's powder it produces
a soft and beautiful skin.
C. A. Stscl, - - Manager.
SATURDAY EVE , AUG. 24.
Grand Lyric and Spectacular
Lost in London.
A Great Play ! A Great Company !
All New 8cenery by Lafavette W. Seavey, The
nean u Dicaamore, rete or Comns, Job S
Vision. Home of the Swart Kin?, Illumi
nated Snow Sensation, A Wonderland
of Dissolving Beamy.
Prices 75, 60 and 35 cents.
Bale of seats begins Thursday, A ng. 28.
Public notice it hereby riven that at a meetlne
of the City Council of tbe City of Hock inland 10
be held on Monday, September t, lHtJtf, and at all
subsequent, regular or special meeting of said
City Council, a petition of tbe undersigned, the
Moline Central street Hallway uotnpany ana or
abutting propray owners will be prevented, anil
ine for the Dssnaee of an ordinance granting mid
company the right to construct and oerate it line
of street railway on the streets and avenues of t'te
City of Rock Island, along tbe following route:
Beginning at tbe eastern extremity of Fourteenth
avenue, running thence west on Fourteenth ave
nue to Thirtieth street, thence north on Thirtieth
street to the end tiieieof; beginning also at the
eastern extremitr of Sixth avenue, running
thence west on Sixth avenne to Twenty-fourth
street, thence north on Tw.nty-fonrth street to
Second avenne, thence west on Second avenue to
West Seventeenth street, said route to be made a
continuous line by condemnation through private
property where aaidSixth avenue ia n t laid out,
and said ordinance to inc'nde tbe right to con
struct said street tail way on any extensions of said
Sixth avenne or fourteenth avenue that may
hereafter be obtained in any way by the city for
Mol.lNX, III., August 3. 1819.
ThcMolini Central Street Railway Company
By W. R. Moors, President.
. TTA0HMENT NOTICE.
STATU OF ILLINOIS,
Rock Island Countt,
In the Circuit Court of Rock Island county. SeD
William Deering 4 Co . vs. Thomas M. Crosthwail
ana imam r . irortnwail in attachment.
Public notice is hereby given to the raid Thomas
M. Crosthwail and William F. Crosthwutt that
writ of attachment, issued out of the office of the
clerk of the Circuit court of said county dated
the ia day of AnL'ust. A. D. 1, at the auit of
the said William Deering & Co., for the sum of
Fifteen Hundred and Sixty-nine and 6-,100 i$l
E9 8) dollars, and against the estate of Ihe said
Thomas M. Crosthw.it and William F. Crosih
Whit, dire-ted to the sheriff of said Rock Island
county, which said writ has been returned ex
ecuted. Now, therefore, unles you. the said Thomas M
Crosthwait and William F. Crostbwait. shall per
sonally be and appear before the said Circuit court
of said county on or before September ISth, ISHSt,
of the next September term thereof, to be lieldon
at the Court house in the citv of Rock island, in
said county, on the first Monday of September.
. u. irs-, kc peciai uau arm plead to the said
plaintiff's action, jndgraentwill be entered against
you. and in favor of the said William Iieennir A.
Co., and so much of the property attach, d as n ay
utr fuiui h-iii to BHiisiy me saia juugmetil and cot-La
will be sold to satisfy the same.
Rock Island, III.. Angust 23, lsf9.
GEO. W. GAMBLK. Clerk.
Adaib Pleasants, Plaintiff's Attorney.
Rook and Picture
Cord Nails & Hooks,
At the very Lowest
Call and see.
C. C. Taylor
Under Rock Island Bonae.
First Mortgage Farm Loans
Rate per cent and 7 per
TWO HILLIOX lOLL,AKN
Loaned by us without loss to any client.
Call or write for circular and reference.
fTrutlai a - mm a-. mm m
MrsmfcTfc Davenport h.
I offer for sale at par and accrued in
terest the following First Mortgages on
farm and city property.
infiyrs. bear'gTperct; security 1 3.000
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Rooms S and 4 Masonic Tsmp'e,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
on Improved Farms in the
Best Counties of Iowa,
The Farms were Inspected by
C. A. FICKE,
213 Main St.. DAVENPORT. IA.
P ALL DESCRIPTIONS
Promptly aad neatlr executed by tha Aaus Job
CVSpedal atUnUoo paid to Commercial work
First arrivals of FALL GOODS remind them that more space Is needed.
This week in order to make room they make prices on seasonable goods
so low that all ought to be cleared out quickly.
Ladies' ribbed Jersey Vests, were 25c, now 15c.
Lawns go this week at 2c.
Hballies, take them for 3c.
Lawns, fine quality, were 10c, now 6s.
tSat teens, were 12 to 15c, now JUc.
Imported French Sateens, were 29 to 87c, now 25c. .
New Handkerchiefs just received, cheap.
Ladies' cord edge, pure linen, ?c.
Gent's pure linen cord edge, 12c.
Ladies' floe cambric, colored borders, 15c.
And many otheis.
Bargains in towels examine our all Linen, fine quality, large
Towels at 25 cents, its a world beater.
Splendid assortment of
Tlock Island. Illinois.
Geo. AV D. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth St. under Commercial
tSTir't class Insurance at lowest rates..
The following; are amona;
A taloe residence at the nrtper end of tbe city,
larpe corner lot. convenient to inland, depot and
aaw mills, cheap .
A nice new bonce, larze lot, shrubbery, trees,
etc., on Twenty-fourth street, cheap.
A new house of eight rooms, fine lo SOxtSO,
well located, within five blocks of the postofflce,
A neat brick house with a lare lot for $2 000,
convenient to upper dep'-t and saw mill.
Two dwe ling wilh lot H.iil.'4, well located on
Moline arenue. at a great bargain.
A nice two-story dwelling, we'l located, on
Twentieth street, cheap.
A nice residence, with Improvements, large
grounds, on Elm street, cheap on eay terms.
A two-story house and lot, convenient to the
upper saw milts, depot and rounaho ae, very
$2,50 PER GALLON,
KOHN & ADLER'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK,
Children's Shoes, worth t .50 for .Aft
Children's Shoes, " 1.00 " .70
Children'! Shoes. " " 1.15" .0
Children's Shoes, " 1.50 1.15
Misses' SlioDers. " .75 " .50
Misses' SliDDers. " 1.00 -75
Ladies' Slippers, " 1 00 " ,75
Wigwams, " .80 " .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,
t3HT"Call and see us. - . .
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 18188econd Avenne.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE,
Bedspreads at popular prices.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
the many bargaina offered.
Oue of the nicest residences, with all conven
iences, fine higb corner lot, !xl50. one of the best
neichborho ds on Fourth avenue.
li.Out) will buy two stores, well located on Third
avenne, for any kind of business, and the rent
paving a eood interest on tbe Investment.
(1,10 1 will buy a dwelling with good business
rooji Id 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 tbe best located three-story brick stores
for business on Second avenue.
One of the best paying meat markets In the city ,
brick building', first class location, cheap.
rill w ill buy a good lot. 0ittt. In good loca
tion if taken sooc. One of the best lots in the
; ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Ladies' Fine Shoes, worth f 5.00 for 4.25
Ladies Fine Shoes,
Ladies' Fine Shoes,
Ladies' Fine Shoes,
Ladies' Fine Shoes,
Ladies' Lace Shoes,
Base Ball Shoes,
4 50 " 3 50
" 4.00 " 3.00
3.00 " 2.50
2 50 - 2.00
1.78 " 1.00
1.00 " .80