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THE -ROCK ISIiAND ARGUS. TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1880.
Oa Monday, Aug. 26 ih, 20 pieces mohair
lusters, all newest colorings of fall dress
28c a Yard.
25 pieces new robe negligee 10c per
A complete line of surah silks, Pood
ounlitT at 44c a tard.
Large additions to our line of India
ua at ana.
A big oh of new fancy stripe curtain
rrims at 6c a yard, worth more than
The new gobelin tapislry for portieres,
curtains, draperies ami general up
holstery at -only 28c, and many other new
goo.la junt arriving from the east.
Notice After the remodeling of the
Plummcr building is completed wr are to
occupy the entire building, including the
old Turner shoe store, giving us a clean
aweep of lilt feet frontage. Our plans
are being perfected for new lines of poodx,
and we inteud to make this new addition
embrace many articles not before carried
by us. We trust the public will so ap
preciate the bargains we shall offer from
day to dsy, while the improrement are
going forward, as to he oblivious to our
cramped quarters during the interval. I
The extra discount from the
171171. 1713. 1720 and
Suitable for Wedding Presents, at
KINGSBURY & SONS,
C37Call and see them.
In rompetiiion with the Leading Refrigerators of the
United States received the highest award for economy
of ire, nsing only 12.17 as much ice as its best compet
itor and 9.1 7 as much as one of its would be competitors.
poeseM the only provision chamber free from odors, produces a dry
cold air which no ohter can equal, and has preserved fresh meal 9 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, tiest finished and handsomest Re
frigerator in the market. There are more ALASKA Refrigerators in
use in R.x k 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 selections from the Largest stock,
the Newest Patterns and Lowest prices.
A Great Chang) to Ibda.
One week from Monday or on Sept. 2,
our present store in the Plurnmer build
tng, occupied with our millinery depart
ment, goes into the hands of the carpen
tera, masons and other mechanics gener
a.iy, ror a complete remodeling, new
front, new rear, floor to be raised, and the
whole to be overhauled and made nearly
new. During the six days intervening,
beginning Monday a. m. August 26, we
shall endeavor to close out all stock pos
sible from our millinery department at a
great reduction from present prices, all
our new millinery, new ribbons, etc.
To attract special attention to this de
partment we will.for six days give an ad
ditional discount on all of our ribbons,
(both new and old) of 10 per cent on all
purchases of SO cents or over. Ke mem
ber that all of our recent marked down
prices on ribbons remain unchanged, and
this extra 10 per cent discount is taken
off from the bottom of your bill.
We can not condense our slock, we
must sell, sale is absolute. Remember
only six days, six.
bottom of your bill is for six
1722 Second Avenue, Rock Island.
1705 Secend Avenue.
THE PI BLIC SCHOOLS.
laaportaaU M. af te Boar r
F.daeatlaa AatltBurBt f Teaek
The board 'of education met last evens
lag pursuant to adjournment, all the
members being present except Capt. Dur
The first business of importance was
the assignment of teachers for the school
year opening next Monday, and on re'
commendation of the committee and su
perintendent thi following was made:
nrjr.Di.NG no. 1.
Principal L C. Dougherty, grade 9
Nora C. Olson, 8; Strah Johnston, 7:
tiattie L. llendi rson, 6; Julia M. Ander
son, 5; M. Lulu Carlton, 4; Emma Fri
chot, Sallia Hill er. 3; Jennie A. Dolly,
Anna Bennett, 2; Emma Freeman, 1.
Bun dins no. 2.
Belle F. Coo Se. 4 and 3; Maggie Re
pine, 2 and 1.
nun dino no. 3.
Principal Mrx L. M. C'opp, grade 4;
AnnaN. Johnston, 3; Ilatlie Trow, 2;
Adda E. Muse. 1.
BUILDING NO 4.
Mary Piatt, L u J. Pnilp, 9; Lucy A.
Taylor. 8; ldssa Wakefield, 7, A.
Laura Hill, 6; Ella B. Eagan, 5.
BUILDING, no 5.
Principal Etti M. McDonsld, grade
8; Marie 8. Kertworthv, 7: Jennie A.
Ksne, 6; Mrs. 3. Liston, 5; Augusta
Crawf.nl, 4; Ma-ia Simmons, 3; Lucy S.
Peetz. 2; Nora C orman. 1.
B0IL1INO no. 6.
Principal Am. a Kirkpatrick, grades
9 and 8; Randeline Requa, 7; Mina G.
Bowen, 6; Nora Witherspoon. 5 and 4;
Mary L. Carter, 4 and 3; Lulu Churchill,
2 and 1.
BUIL1ING NO. 7.
Principal Maggie J. Wilson, grades 8
and 7; Belle Dnoian, 6 and 5; Daisy L.
Hardy, 4 and 3; .lune Kendall, 2 and 1.
Principal J. . Bmhop; assistants,
Celia N. Briggs, Mrs. Cora L. Eastman,
Lizzie B. IlariiD -ton, Mrs. Agnes Nes
senson. Salaries were advanced as follows on
account of higher work: Etta McDon
ald, transferred f -om No. 7 to the new
No. 5, $65, and to take effect on opening
of the new building; M. J. Wilson, pro
moted to principal of No. 7, $60; Lou J.
Philp. $60; Lucy A. Taylor. $53.
The committee appointed to secure
temporary accommodations for the pupils
of No. 5, reported the securing of the
Christian Sunday school rooms on Sev
enth avenue and 1 wenty-ninth street for
grades first and se-ond; the city building
on Twenty -second street between Fifth
and Sixth avenueii for the third grade
and the rest to o cupy school Building
No. 4, and the report was approved.
M. Bunker was awarded the contract
for putting the stfirs in No. 5 $450;
the building comnittee was authorized
to secure water for the building from the
city main on Twetty-seventh street and
the insurance committee authorized to
place the proper amount of insurance.
Bills were allowe 1 as follows, and the
board adjourned until Saturday evening:
Ruttan Manuf tcturinc oomnanv.
987.50; W. 11. Slierman. fl6; S. E.
Pettit. $55; E O. F azer. f 2 84: Buck &
Ritchey. 1,100; Utica Fire Brick com
pany, $45J 5:1; Atkinson Jc Oloff, $200;
Sutcliffe Bros.. $110.
THE KEL1EF WORK.
A Liberal Keapoat.e I :fTurtsi far
Made-Help tar Jtraervlac Ciatr.
The committee on relief work appoint
ed by Mayor McConocbie Saturday night,
as announced in Jaat night's Akgcb
met pursuant to thu mayor's call at the
armory last night. The names of Messrs.
David Laff er, James logan, Robert Lynn,
Hans Hartman, Dav d Clark, J. E. Lar-j
kin and J. H.Kerr were added to the
membership, and Earry Bastock was
designated to solicit contributions ot
flour, provisions, cloning, etc. today.
Mr. Harry Bostock made a canvass of
the lower end of tow i this morning and
at noon had obtained the following dona
tions: W. C. Mancker. ehnnldi r of meat and tea.
Mrs. K. Heck, meat an I coffee.
Olwn A fetereon, oue sick Dour; two packages
Buocber Bros., ).
C. Kngcl. sack Hour
Slierer at Kurth, two sac k flour.
lon A Youngberg, J.
W. H. Bean, bacon.
C A. Martin, tijur.
F. Groan, coffee.
Jim. Weiger. $1.
Mm. Mllacit, r'jtlilnft.
L. C. If oh, b -con.
T. Beecher, eui-k flour.
Geo. Bennett, fl.
Mn. M A. Barna, sack lloiir.
Thos. Smart, shoulder I leat.
W. B. Pettit, two pomiji tea, two packages of
Aug. Ileiru berk, one box of oap.
teo. Lebnerer, smoked I'teat.
K G. Young, two narks flour.
Emll Koebler. raxb. SI.
John Foliln, 5U cents.
Last evenine the Tailors' union ap
propriated $10 to asiist Messrs. Isaac
Brooks and Alexander Morton in
their work in behalf of the starving
miners. These gentlemen called on Con
gressman Oest yesterday and succeeded
in getting him toadcress a meeting at
Armory hall, Mollne, tonight. Mr. Wm.
McEniry will accompany Mr. Oest and
also speak for the starring colliers.
Messrs. Brooks and Morton go to Ca
ble tomorrow and than back to their
homes at Brace ville. They are miners
themselves, and the family of one of
them has been threatened with eviction
since they left on their charitable mis
sion. The cewspaper office s were designated
as places for the rece tion of funds for
the sufferers, and the Akoub has started
its fund, to which $4 has already been
contributed, and all other donations will
be gladly and thankf illy received and
the list published hereafter.
Mr. Chaa. Engel made the first delivo
ery of goods to the Armory hall this
morning, and which consisted of a sack
of flour from himself, a sack from Chris.
Leffler and a barrel of :lour from Bcherer
This afternoon Mr. Chaa. Engel re
ceived four sacks of flour from Raible &
Stengel, one from Phil Miller and one
from M. Peterson.
Hrkstl afrarlaa Hit at Haawajr
And every boy in town will go dressed in
a new suit when he reads the special
prices on boys' clothing at Jonas Bear &
Co this week only:
$1.80 Children's anils W
tt.iio " 1
T " 8.16
6 51) " 6.80
1 uo " 6. 75
Also a large line of separste pants at
prices proportionately low at Jonas Bear
t Co's., corner Seventeenth street and
Death af Cie. Ctehaeitter. Mr, this
Altera toketeh f Bla Baay
Mr. George Schneider. Sr., passed
away at his home, 2103 Fourth avenue,
at 2 o'clock this afternoon, of diabetes
complicated with other ills, with which he
bad been a patient sufferer for over four
years. Last Thursday be was much
worse and yesterday the appearance of
dissolution became apparent. He sank
rapidly until the hour of death.
Mr. Schneider was born in Deinburg,
Prussia May 3, 1824, and in his boy
hood served an apprenticeship and
learned the trade of a tailor. At the age
of seventeen he came to America, and in
New York pursued his trade. There, in
1854. be and Frederika Laubscbeer.
were joined in marriage. They came im
mediately to Rock Island, aud this has
been their home constantly since. He
and Mr. Joseph Loethringer embarked in
the tailoring business which they pur
sued for a number of years, when they
went into the grocery line, and this ven
ture was attended by success. After Mr.
Loethringer'a death, Mr. Schneider was
alone for a short time, and in 1879 re
tired. He had acquired considerable
means and leaves a good estate.
ne served in the board of supervisors
for four terms, was a member of the Odd
Fellow and Druid societies.
Mrs. Schneider survives her husband.
with the following children: Mrs. Chas.
Oswald, and Geo. Schneider. Jr.. of this
city. Mis. Albert Meyer of Brooklyn,
N. 1 ., and Julia, Joseph, Amelia and
Henrietta at home. Mrs. Kirsch of this
city is a sister of the deceased. Mr.
Schneider was one of Rock Island's best
known citizens, his diligent, straight
forward business methods winning him
the respect of all.
The funeral has not yet been decided
THE NEW SECOND AVENUE.
las lanprevemrB tx. '
It will be the new Second avenue in
every sense when it is completed, will the
main thoroughfare of Rock Island in less
than one year from now. The paving is
progressing nicely. The alley west of
the Harper was finished yesterday, and is
paved to an elevation on the grade with
There are to be more new buildings on
this street than people imagine. The
Messrs. A. C. Dart and C. J. Dart have
already given notice to Mr. C. C. Ttues
dale, the grocer, and the Adams Ex
press company, occupying the store
rooms in their building east of Stewart
& Montgomery's corner, that it is desir
able that the building be vacated as soon
as possible, and Architect Ross, of Da
venport, is preparing, in compliance with
the Messrs. Darts' instructions, plans for
an entire new front for that portion of
the building, and also for an interior re
arrangement. What is known as the old
Darts hall is to be done away with. A
tore front of modern design will
o) put in, the storerooms enlarged and
handsome desirable office rooms put in
on the upper floors. The Messrs. Dart
have also decided to remoye the one-
story brick on Second avenue, a few
doors east of Seventeenth street, and to
put up a two-story brick in its stead and
Krell & Math have been notified to move
out as soon as possible, in orer that the
work may be done this fall.
Next spring Mitchell & Lyud's new
building will be put up, and it is not
very unlikely that Mr. Porter Skinner will
erect a new business block at the north
east corner of Eighteenth and Second
avenue next spring. It would be just
Ground was broken this morning for
Mr. Fred Applequist's new block at the
corner of Third avenue and Seventeenth
Aid. A. H. Hampton has completed his
tile walk in front of his residence at 817
Fourth avenue, and has thereby set a
good and wise example.
Mr. Chas. Engel may be proud of the
fact that he was the first property holder
in the lower end of the town to comply
fully with the new sidewalk ordinance.
He has completed the laying of an eight
inch Cable tile walk in front of his resi
dence and store on Fourth avenue be-
tweenFifth and Sixth street. Mr. Chas.
G. Youngberg has followed suit, while
Mr. Morris Battles has ordered the tile
for his propertv in the same block and
only awaits its arrival to put it in. The
entire block will have a uniform tile
THE DOCTORS' MEETING
Aa laipertaat tjiaiherlac t AMaeaable
la Kark Ialaad Tamorraw.
The Western Academy of Homeopathy
which assembles in Rock Island tomor
row, will be one of the most important
gatherings ever held lu Rock Island.
Some of the most distinguished prac
titioners in the west will be here.
The business sessions will be held
in the Improvement association rooms.
while the public meeting will be
held at Harper's theatre tomorrow
evening to which the public is invited,
and there ahould, and doubtless will be,
a large audience present. The exercises
will include an address of welcome by
Mr. Adair Pleasants, with response by
Dr. T. S. Hoyne, of Chicago; a solo by
Mrs. - F. W. Gould, of Moline, and an in
strumental selection by hln. 3. F. Rob
inson. It is proposed to entertain the visitors
with drives on the island, a visit to the
Watch tower and other points of interest.
otiee to Water Consnmsrs.
All water consumers entitled to use
sprinklers by having paid for said privi
lege, are hereby notified to govern them
selves Strictlv to the hours anerlfiiut h
the ordinance, i.e., from 6 o'clock to 8
o ciock a. m., and from o o clock to 8
p. m. Partiea found not otwvintr bM
ordinance will have their water supply
cut on at once. jokh a. MCBRnr,
Supt of Waterworks.
Wild plums at W. a Maucker's.
Fine peaches and pears, at May's.
Mr. C. C. Truesdale is in Chicago.
Great ribbon boom at McCabe Bros.
The finest nutmeg melons, at May's.
Miss Webber left for Chicago this
Oysters and frog legs at Hawthorne's
Mrs. Phil MitchaU has returned from
School books and school supplies at
Buy your school books and supplies at
Muscatine watermelons on ice, at C. C.
Choice cooking and eating apples at C.
Dressed chicken and fresh celery at C.
Cook wanted Mrs. Phil Mitchell, 714
New fall dress goods at McCabe Bros'.
Mr. Andrew Donaldson, of Rural, was
in the city today.
jxew Aionair dusters only 28 cents a
yard at McCabe Bros.
Ten per cent off on all ribbons this
week at McCabe Bros'.
Choice peaches and grapes by the
basket, at Truesdale's.
The extra discount on ribbons at Mc
Cabe Bros, is for this week only.
Boys' clothing will be cheaper this
week at Bear & Co's. than ever before.
Mr. Fred Lloyd, of Lloyd & Stewart,
left for Chicago last evening on busi
ness. Twenty-five girls wanted at Milan can
ning factory. One half fare to and from
The Rock Island house baggage wagon
has been greatly improved by the appli
cation of new paint.
Mr. Wm. D. Hogg, representing the
Haldeman Stone Co., of Cleveland.Ohio,
is in the city on business.
In order to make room for their im
mense fall stock Bear & Co. are selling
boys' clothing unprecedentedly cheap.
Mr. and Mrs. August Heimbeck hsve
been blessed by a third son, who is just
as welcome as if he had been of the op
The Rock River District Camp Meet
ing association closed its annual camp
meeting at Tindall's grove, near Milan,
Lieut. C. A. Fisher, who recently
graduated at West Point, in the engi
neering department, is visiting old
friends in the tri cities.
Aid. A.I II. Hampton has competed
his new walk in front of his residence on
Fourth avenue, and it is a credit to the
alderman and to that entire part of town.
Sunday morning nines from the stove
foundry and plow shops indulged in an
interesting game of ball at the Rock
Island park, and resulted ia a victory for
the stove makers by a score of 5 to 3.
The new officers of the prohibition
county committee are: President, Geo.
A. Metzgar, Port Byron; vice president,
John E. Rodine, Moline; secretary, E. B.
Stone, Port Byron; treasurer, Wm. Golds
Dr. J. E. Babcock left this city yes
terday on his bicycle at 4:30 a. m., went
to Davenport. Moline. Rock Island, Wil
ton, and ten miles above Davenpoit, and
returned last evening in good shape, hav
ing made a trip of 100 miles. Muscatine
A neighborhood rumpus on Seventh
avenue near Fourteen th-and a-half
street last night, resulted in Nicholas Fer
gel being fined $3 and costs for assault
ing Matt Frederickson, and the latter be
ing fined 93 for using abusive language,
on complaint of S. Poehlman.
Mr. Clark II. Connelly arrived this
morning for a few days' visit from Sioux
City, Iowa. Mai. and Mrs. Connelly are
gradually getting their children once
more about them in their pretty
new home, which must jnst now be a
particularly happy one, indeed.
liavenport took three straight at
Peoria, winning yesterday by a score of
4 to 2. Tbe Evansvilles open in Daven
port tomorrow. The Davenport associa
tion has signed a new pitcher Bingham,
of Minneapolis. The club with this
acquisition and Rhines and Harrington
ought to win tbe pennant.
Mr. J. F. Cook, the popular local
ticket agent of the C , R. I. & P., has
returned from his annual outing. Cook
is a blessing to the Rock Island road as
he is to any enterprise, commercial, so
cial or religious with which he associates
himself, and when he is away he is
missed in more circles than one.
The new master of the Verne Swain,
John Streckfus, of Rock Island, is mak
ing lots of friends. He spares no pains
to accommodate bis patrons, and his
management is becoming decidedly pop
ular along the river. He is likely to make
the purchase of the boat, an excellent
investment . Daven port Democrat Oa -
Tomorrow evening at the rooms of the
Citizens' Improvement association occurs
the meeting of the tri chy delegates to
tbe Cincinnati waterway convention to
formulate a plan of united eff.irt in be
half of the Hennepin canal and other
needed improvements in this vicinity and
the great northwest. There should be a
Mr. J. M. Norris and wife will leave
about tbe first of September for Chatau
qua county, New York, to take up their
permanent residence. Mr. Norris has
resided in Rock Island since 1852, and
served gallantly as a private in the 69th
Illinois Volunteers during the war. His
many friends here will regret to hear of
his intended departure.
The sale of seats for the Trinity con
cert is progressing at Clemann & Sals
mann's with gratifying success. Every
one seems anxious not only to help this
parish in its efforts to improve its house
of worship, but to attend tbe concert as a
meritorious and deserving entertainment.
Miss Margaret Fry, the sweet singer of
Free port, will be one of the chief attrac
tion. Mr. James E. Reidy has been desig
nated by Secretary Medill, of tbe Citi
zens' Improvement association, to make
the canvass of the association for the an
nual dues. He is meeting with a spirit
of enthusiasm and prompt responses
among all of our business men, that
shows that they appreciate the work of
tbe association, and are anxious that it
continue to flourish in its career of use
fulness. Quite a large party of Rock Islanders
left for Milwaukee over the C. K. I. &
P. last evening. They were Capt. H. C.
Cleveland and wife, Mrs. L.M Copp, Maj.
L. M. Bdford, Capt. R. Montgomery,
Gen. W.A. Schmitt. W.R. Cary and wife
and Robt. Kuschman. The following
went from Reynolds: James Dunn,
Jacob Carpenter. U. . Little, and Jonas
Nuger. E. U. Buck and wife and Wil
bur Norris went previously and County
Superintendent J. H. Southwell will
probably go tonight.
The new government steamer called
the Titan has iust been completed at
Madison, lad. She is provided with the
new Ward generating coal boilers, which
are tested at 240 pounds, and are a com
plete success ia the wsy of economy in
fuel and ease with which steam can be
generated. Slack coal is used as fuel.
Tbe Titan's engines are fourteen inches
in diameter, seven foot stroke, and the
boat is one of the fastest in western
waters, making twenty miles an hour
t aaiplBK Oat.
John Ohlweiler, Jacob F. Ohlweiler,
Jacob Ohlweiler, Jr., and C. H. Ritter
are camping out on Big island to remain
two weeks. They pitched their tent on
the Camp Ohlweiler ground, located One
mile and a half from the bridge. The
tents, camp, equipage, and provisions
were sent out in one wagon Saturday
morning. Ths second wagon, loaded
down with goods manufactured by Carse
& Ohlweiler, went to the ground Satur
day evening. Visitors report the boys set
up in house keeping and living on the
best tbe land and Rock river afford.
At Black Hawk watch tower landing
for rent by the hour or day. Ten row
boats, three sail boats and one barge.
TT. S. Siovii. Ornci. I
Wa-hlngton.U. C, Aug. 7. f
For the next 24 hours for Illinois:
Fair, stationery temperature.
The liver and kidneys must be kept in
good condition. Hood's Sarsaparilla is a
great remedy for regulating these organs.
C. C. Taylor
. Under Rork Island Uoaae.
First Mortgage Farm Loans
Rate 6 J per cent and 7 per
THU SllLLlOX DOLLARS
Loaned by n without loeito iny client.
3r"Call or write for circular and reference.
MowicitsiPU j?AVLNP0RT lo.
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of tbe loan.
Interest T per crat mi annually, collected and
re mu tea tree 01 cnarge.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Boom 3 and 4 Haaonic Temp'e,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
on Improved Farms in the
Best Counties of Iowa,
Tbe Farms were Inspected by
213 Main St.. DAVENPORT. IA.
Brownson the Hatter,
Saturday, Aug,' 31, '89
Becont and Main Street, Davenport Iowa.
T. H. ELLIS,
Mercer County, Chas. Peterson
LEHIGH and SCRANTON
Hard Coal, Brick, Tile. Etc
Office corner Fourteenth 8t.. and Second Ave.
Promptly and neatly executed by the AMua Job
especial attention paid to Commercial work
Early purchases at bottom prices enable us to make
specially low prices for this sale. Special attention
called to the following grades:
Quality considered the above places competiiion in
the rear seats. We are in the front.
B.ock Island. Illinois.
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Geo. W. D. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
239 Seventeenth St.. under Commercial
(9Firt-daaa Insurance at lowest rates.
The following are among
A nice residence at the unper end of the city,
laree comer lot, convenient to iiud, deoot and
aaw mill, cheap.
A nice new honae, laree lot, ahrubbery, tree,
etc., on Twenty-fourth street, cheap.
A new house of eieht rooms, fine lo' 60rl50,
well located, within five blocks of the postofflce,
A neat brick house with a laree lot for $i,000,
convenient to npper depot and saw milU.
Two dwe lings with lot B.U1-A4, well located on
Moline avenue, at a great bargain.
A nice two-story dwelling, we)l lo:ated, on
Twentieth street, cheap.
A nice residence, with Improvements, large
grounds, on Elm street, cheap on easy terms.
A two-storv house and lot. convenient to the
npper aaw mill-, depot and round house, very
$2,50 PER GALLON,
KOHUST & ADLEE'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK.
Children's Shoes, worth $ .50 for .30
Children's Shoes. " 1.00 " .70
Children's Shoes. ' 1 i s " on
Children's Shoes, " 1.50 " 1.15
Hisses' SliDDers. " .7S kc
Misses' SliDDers. " i.m
Ladies' Slippers, " 1 00 ,75
Wigwams, - .90 .. 75
Men's Pine 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.
ISfCall and see us.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL 8HOE STORE, 1818 Second Avenue.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE,
2029 Fifth Arena. .
TVgC a yard.
lOc a yard.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
the many bargains offered:
One of the nicest residences, with all conven
iences, fine high corner lot, HDxlSO. one of the best
neighborhoods on Fourth avenue.
HM) wil 1 buy two stores, well located on Third
avenue, for any kind of business, and tbe rant
paving a good interest on the investment.
f 1,10 will bar a dwelling with good business
room ia front, well located on Third avenue.
A new building, oue of the best money making
restaurants and boarding houses in the city, near
the C. K. 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.
t-i'iO will buy a good lot. 5ox&. in good loca
tion if taken soon. One of the best lots in the
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Ladies' Fine Shoes, worth (5.00 for 4 25
Ladies' Fine Shoes.
Ladies' Fine Shoes,
Ladies' Fine Shoes,
Ladies' Fine Shoes,
Ladies' Lace Shoes,
Base Ball Shoes,
4 00 "
8 .00 "
2 50 -1.78