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THEIROCKC 1SLAN1 ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1889.
Always an the look out for bargains, for our Linen departments, now tod
tben we etrike eome dirt cheap thlnes. that ere real eurpriaee aa to value. Dave
more then usual In TOWELS. TARI.1C T.INicva k. .k. a . ... J
, v j m v mi u auu unun, luu in
connection with other Rood thine in this department, will make this week a linen
Linen R" crash 6Jc a yard; large plaid glass towlin. 18 inches wide, special
1 T i r ' " ifu. oc
Colored border damask. Uble linen. 25c a
34 CENTS A YATm
A Cream damask, 54 Inch wide, table I
1 : .. n. It ... . I
viuiirB who gooas you I damask table linen, cz tneb wide,
have paid 50c for. Bleached Damask Uble linen 25c a yd
Warranted Tarkey Red Table Linen 17J0 a Yard.
Good Glass Towels, fringed. 8c each.
25 CENT TOWELS,
The largest assortment; the largest towels; best value.
Celebrated Kidney Bath Towels 25c '
Mammoth unmask towels, 4.4 In. .src
Oat Meal towels, extra sixes 25c
HiR-k Buck towels. 43iS3 Inches 25c
Floe Damask towels, drawn work at
both ends 25c
fiarnsley IJurk towels 25c,
One lot Colored Borders and plain white
Turkey red fringed Doylies, lc each; Glass Doylies, 1c each.
Special -slues in fine Barnslet table linens.
TUESDAY, AT 8 O'CLOCK,
will sell one lot, 34 size table napkins, 94c per dozen, quantity limited.
1712. 1714. 171ft. 1718. 1720 and 1722 Heoomo Atknck. Rock Island.
Suitable for Wedding Presents, at
KINGSBURY & SONS,
t5!T"CaU and see them.
1st. We make only the finest quality of work and
that at popular prices.
2d. We guarantee satisfaction.
3d. Our Gallery contains more and better Instru
ments, Back-grounds, and all appliances for making
twice over, than all the other galleries in the city combined.
N. E. Cor. Eighteenth Street and Second Avenue.
"a -n -r-srr: ''"J.uiza'T.r.j7r
Our Leading LineB 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 Hock Island and Moline people
to get Shoes of
The Davenport Shoe Co.,
COM. BKADY 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.
yara; oievens nnen crasnes, ojc a yard
yard; Loom dice table linen 14c a yard.
ka ppwtq a vmn
ttrv SUA. A nj .tak M. ill A-' 9
The best value ever offered in a Cream
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fringed Doylies, 8c each, always have
1705 Secend Avenue.
CUT THE GRIDE.
The Second Avenue Knoll to be
TheCaaarire Aetlea af I.aat Kvealac
A treat lBri eaaeat la Oar Beat
Baalaeaa Taaraas afar.
The city council at its special meeting
last evening passed ai ordinance cbang
Ing the original grade of Second avenue
between Sixteenth and Seventeenth
streets In such a manier as to establish
uniformity and remove the knoll which
has been so unfavorably commented upon
since the outline of the grade became ap
parent. .Public prid; was worked up to
such a pitch that the council could not,
in deference to the mill of the majority,
have done otherwise t Jan adopt the ordi
nance. The "spavin back" sticking up
the street would in f ut ure years have been
a source of constant and everlasting regret
was it permitted to so remain.
The council did not act hastily. The
aldermen heeded the itdvice of the mayor
to move cautiously, a ad they did. They
gave respectful audieice to Messrs. Don,
Blancbard and Ouyer. who were the only
representatives of the remonslrative ele
oient and whose only pica was a fear
that it would danger their individual
premises. The council also sought the
legal advice of the city attorney, who
gave it as bis opinion that there was no
question as to the cii)'s right to alter the
grade, and read opinions and decisions in
several cases already iried, showing the
city's perfect legal rigat to proceed with
out delay in ordering the grade changed.
The council decided '.hat public inter
eat demanded the imi rovemeDt and or
dercd it, which was right, and again
demonstrating that IWW Inland has got
just such a council as it wants in a sea
son of advancement.
W. II. Judge, of the gas company,
asked a delay of two veeks in paving, af
ter changing the grai e to relay bis gas
pipes and connections deeper, and the
matter was referred to the street and al
ley committee. Mr. Judge will, of
course, realize the necessity of pushing
whatever changes I e has to make
as rapidly as possible. Heretofore durs
ing the pavement 0 orations there has
evidently been unnece wary delay in pipe
laying. In the meantime tie contractors will
probably go to F.turtienth, the terminus
of the present paving distiict, and work
east while the excavations are being
made in the block di scribed. The cost
of reestablishing the j.Tide will probably
cost the city about $( 00, and it will also
put the street car conpacy to consider
able expense, but all 'his will be cheer
Coal Valley, Sept. 10.
The Fark bridge a as finUhed Satur
day. Miss Eva Stanton i teaching the Pe
ter Flies school.
Mert. Connor is back in town.' He has
been absent since spring.
The improvement c n the railroad will
cause the removal of ttie republican pole.
Miffs Minnie Martin has gone to N or
ris, Fulton couoiy, to each a school.
Tommie Quinn returns to the deaf and
pumb hospital at Jacksonville on the
The settlement of the Killing case
seems to draw the attention of most of
the folks. They gene -ally think its the
best thing that the parties could do.
The hands on the B inner farm some
ten days ago killed a dog which they con
sidered was suffering f om hydrophobia.
The animal did not bi.e any person or
Mrs. T. J. Murphy was quite ill last
week owing to a seven; hemorrhage. She
was so exhausted that it was duublfu! of
recovery, but at las: reports she was
Mrs. L. S. Stafford has been suffering
from asthma for the past three weeks.
She went to the nort tern part of Iowa
last weak to sea If a cl.ange of air would
not improve the malad j.
The work on the railroad is getting
pretty well advanced. The channel is
cut to run the water through, but is not
deep enough to take all the water. They
will use dynamite to di-epen the channel.
The board of town auditors met at the
Two of the hands 'ron the Banner
farm. R Cooper and C Murphy, were
hera on Hatunlay. They drove one of
the Kicbmont bnrses in a cart. On the
way borne the animal ran rapidly, when
one of the wheels gate way throwing
them out. The animal ran a couple of
miles when it was cau, ht.
office of the town clerk on the 3d. The
justices, supervisor an 1 town clerk were
present. They audited Mils to the
amount of $132 91; left an available
balance of f 285. and a copy of the re
port of the commissi) ners of highways,
which was forty cent on the hundred
dollars valuation the full extent of the
law. At the spring settlement there was
f 167 outBlandiog order. This is why the
levy is to the lull extent ot the law.
Iyaasalte Old It.
The people passing Second avenue and
Fifteenth street were warned away at
noon yesterday by pec pie who were ex
cavating in the solid recks to make con
nection from the main to Jacob Ohl-
weiler ' saloon. M. It. Iglebart, the con
tractor, found that povder would make
no impression on the i oiler surface, and
applied dynamite, which accomplished
the work. The one bilf stick of dyna
mite used to remove le stone, made no
report, but did the wcrk most effective-
This is a dangerous expedient, and
the other half of the -tick of the com-.
bustible will be place 1 where it will do
no barm unless used jo remove as im
People who watch tie excavation for
cellars by Fred Appetq list and Winter &
Leiuberg wonder why ii is tbst the former
nothing to cor tend with but
rt while the latter named have thin
surface of earth and th i balance of rock.
Tbisjtard rock vein seems to take a
northwesterly course trim Fourth avenue
to the river, near the Rock Island &
Peoria round-house, frm whence it has
not been traced.
Weather ft rceaat.
U. 8. SieKAl Orrica. I
WMhtnf loa,D.C.,aept. 11
For the next 24 Lour for Illinois:
Light rains; followed by much cooler
At Bisbee, A. T.. tat at is telling at 8
cents a pound for cho oa cuts, and boil
ing pieces are given a ay. The quality
of the beef is excellent.
lat Kiata Sleetta- af the Baar af
Kdaratlaa-Callstaealea aaa. Other
XI at t era Artea I'paa.
The board of education met in regular
monthly session last evening, all the
members being present except Director
C. W. Durham.
On recommendation of the teachers'
committee the following tribute was
unanimously ordered placed upon the
records of the board:
"That in the death of Miss Ilallie
Trow. Rock Island has lost one of ber
most efficient and earnest teachers, one
who always saw and led others to see the
brightest side of life."
Miss Millie DeSanto was unanimously
appointed to fill the Vacancy at $35 per
A proposition from Mr. William Hea
ter to teach calisthenics in the Rock Is
land public schools each Monday after
noon for the school year was accepted
the salary for the year to be $ 200.
The insurance committee reported hav
ing placed an additional builder's policy
of 12.500 on No. 5.
Bills were allowed as follows:
Adams Wall Paper company, $23.60;
Henry Darts' Sons, f ..15; Rock Island
Gas Co., .85; Weverbauser & Denkmann
$1.20; Stewart & Montgomery. $8 85;
T. H. Thomas, 48 63; M. Yerbury,
1 55; District No. 9. $135.87; David
Don, $152 70; Bick & Ritchey. $1,600;
S. S. Keinble, $5.70; Hknz & Bahnsen,
$10; Stephen O'Connor, $33; Loonley &
Enowlton, $29 50: Wm. Don. $31.55;
Utica Fire Brick company, $9 25.
On recommendation of Director C. C.
Carter the rates of tuition were so
amended that the first primary pupils
shall pay $1 25 per month.
Mr. B. H. Kimball was appointed
truant officer for three months at $30 per
month, the city martihal haying declined
The application of the local book
dealers for an increase in the per cent of
profit was reported formally withdrawn.
The regular meeting of the Rock Is
land Improvement association will be
held tomorrow evening, and among other
important things coming up will be a re
solution favoring Chicago as the place of
the next world's fair. ' Public Opinion,
the conservative periodical published in
Washington, is devoting considerable
space to the subject of the world's fair
location, publishing resolutions favoring
the respective contending cities, etc., and
it is the purpose to send (he expression
of the Rock Island association to that
paper for insertion among the others.
Wm. Larson, who last June burglarized
a bouse outside of Davenport, and who
was awaiting trial in this term of court,
made his escape from the Scott county
jail this morning. The turnkey care
lessly left his keys where Larson could
iay bis bands on tbem, and be gained bis
freedom without any trouble. The Da
venport police traced him to Rock Island
and then Moline, where they lost the
Th royal house of Stuart were an exceed
ingly disrvjuitjililu net of ole, hut in their
lives and tbeir let-sons they were, with all
their crimen and their vices, essentially fjtu-IMtlH-tic
The life and death of Mary (Jueeu
cf Hoots is oue lonj; poem, overbrimming
with the deepest pathos. Romance of the
mournfulest but of the most fascinating
kind environs the careers of Charles I and
of the old and young Pretenders. Charles
II. raw-til as bo wan, has not lott his senti
mental hold on the affections of the English
people. To them he is still the "merry mon
arch," who on his deathbed murmured to his
brother, "lAit not ior Nelly starve." Pity
and sympathy can even be felt for James II
himself, dethroned and banished, and lan
puishiiiK iuto extinction at St. Gcruiains.
These feelings of sentiment went vary far in
deed toward making the triumph of the
Tkere are still in a sentimental sense, of
course ardent jMirtisnus of Mary Queen of
Scots, and of the young chevalier. Jacobites
altoiinil in the very tiest societiy; but it is
qiifxtioiiuhltt whether there yet linger any
Kluiral adherents of Henry VIII or Queen
Elizabeth. The materials for a Tudor exhi
bition are amazingly copious and rich, but
the display itself must vindicate its claims to
public recognition less as an abstract and
brief chronicle of the Tudor mouarchs than
as the reproducl ion of a spleudi-liy pictur
esquu and artistic epoch. One most iniiort
ant step toward the latter consummation will
be mode, aa the committee have hastened to
Diwunra, tjr a KfieciaJ endeavor to bring to
gether ns complete a series as possible of the
works of the illustrious artist Huns Ilolheiu.
court paiuter to Henry VIII. who, at least,
knew how to estimate the genius of the great
master. "Look you here," said the Tudor
king to the hauizhty noble w ho complained
that the painter had been rude to him: "Out
of seven plowmen I can make seveu lords, but
out of seven lords I cannot make one Hol
bein." London Telegraph.
1'm of th rhonograiih.
The phonograph seems destined to play an
important part in the future, and it is being
utilized In all sorts uf ways, both "useful and
ornamental. " If half of what the inventors
claim for it comes true, the children of the
near future art going to have some wonder
ful toys Inventor are now at work on a
long list of nursery wonders. In all of which
the new mechanism is to be the main feature.
The phonographic doll will talk, laugh, cry
and sing like a human being. Nuah's ark
will contain a drove of neighing, braying,
lowing, barking, mewing, hissing, cackling
creatures that will rival a menagerie. The
song notes of flue singing birds have been
preserved on metal slips and the results com
bined, so that oue may have a papier machs
canary which will require no attention and
which will aiug with many times the volume
aud at many times the length of any bird
that ever lived. Mothers, too, have the prom
ise of a phooographlo cradle, at the head ot
which the wonderful mechanism is placed that
will sing sweet lullabies by the hour to the
fretful infant, southing it and its tired parent
to sleep at the same time. Frank Leslie
A Tracndlaa'e Indlcaatloa.
Jay Booth Jinks I was insulted this morn
ing. That manager Binks offered me a pal
try hundred a week to play heavy parts.
Friend You accepted, of course!
"No, sir. I told hi in two hundred or noth
ing. By the way, can you let me have a
quarter for my lodgings to-night P Texas
S if tings.
M Waiter, bring me a couple of soft bofJed
V oice at Next Table The same for ma
But, waiter, be sura tSkj are fresh.
Waiter's Voice in the Distance Four soft
boiled eggs; two must be fresh. Paris Fi
garo. Waetad Sjaapathy.
Lady Caller I'm very sorry to bear that
your husband has failed, Mrs. Takeiteasy. It
Mrs. Takeiteasy (sobbing) Yes, It is dread
ful but (brightening visibly), my new bon
net came home just the day bef or the crash.
Fine plums at C. C Truesdale's.
Hubbard squash at C. C. Truesdale's.
Dancing school tonight at Armory
Another cnt: Star chewing tobacco,
forty cents a pound, at May's.
Hon. W. F. Crawford and son, of Kd
glngton, were in the city today.
"The Fast Mail" will arrive on sched
ule time at the opera house next week.
We continue to give Turkish baths to
ladies for flftv cents 116 West Third
Look in Loosley's window and sec the
elegant set of dishes to be given away by
the Jolly Pathfinders, Saturday, Sept.
21. ' .
The new -Rock Island County Veterans'
association holds its nrst annual picnic
at Concordia park, South Moline, tomor
row. "Boss" Wells is in a sweat-box. The
applications for carrier positions are still
pouring in, without any apparent cessa
tion. Those who have seen the new styles of
boys clothinp at the M. & K. pronounce
tbem the most elegant they bave ever
Do not wait until the "cream" of the
stock of boys' novelties has been picked,
but go at once to the M. & K. and make
It takes the M. & E. to supply your
boys' clothing. If you want your chil
dren to look neat and natty there, is no
place like the M. & K.
The Jenny Logan colts sired by C. W.
Negus' Rob Roy, and owned by Chas.
McCormick, of Omaha, took first premium
at the Omaha fail last week.
This is the week of the great Mt. Joy
fair which is to be a bigger success this
season than ever. A great many at
tended from this city and county.
Aren't those little suits, made in
Fauntleroy style with a vest, to fit chil
dren from 4 to 9 years, cute? The M. &
K. are justified in feel in ir proud of their
tall stock of boys novelties.
Next week will be a lime of pleasure
to thousands who will attend the Jolly
Pathfinders' shows. They open Monday
night in "Fun by Express." Prices 10.
20 and 30 cents. Change every night.
Oscar Peal, of Moline, returned from
Quincy yesterday, where lie went to
identify, if possible, two men arrested
there on suspicion of being the Moline
postoffice burglars. They were not the
Dr. Lincoln, of Moline, met with an
accident while riding on horse back over
Rock Island bridge last evening. His
horse fell upon him and inflicted a scalp
wound, and injured his left leg, but did
no serious injury.
Mr. J. M. Buford. of this city and Mr.
Hiram Cable, of Chicago, sailed from
Liverpool today on the City of Berlin for
home and Mr. Buford will reach Rock
Island in about ten days. The ladies of
the party will remain abroad for the win
ter. Marshal Miller was notified this mora
ine of the escape from Joliet penitentiary
of Henry Miller and Edward Stone, both
burglars, sent up from Lake
and Whiteside counties. One hundred
dollars is offered for their capture.
The ladies of the Central Presbyterian
church are arranging for a merchants'
carnival at Armory ball on October 24.
This is a class of attractions that have
become very popular in other cities of
late, aud it will prove so in Rock Island.
Last evening at the home of the bride's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Gahagen,
Eighth avenue and Firth street, occurred
the marriage of Miss Dora Gahigen to
Mr. Paul Hinslierger, of Hampton, Rev.
Dr. Brown officiating. A fine supper
was served, and a great many handsome
The funeral of the late Mrs. J. R.
Miller took place at her late residence.
No. 1316 Third avenue, at 2 p. m. yes
terday. Rev. Mennicke of the German
Lutheran church officiated. The pall
Iteartrs were Messrs. C. H. Ritter, J. G.
Miller. S. A. Marshall, M. Koch and
Jos. Geiger. of Rock Island, aud H. L.
De Battie of Davenport.
The board of supervisors at their ses
sion this morning, passed the resolution
offered by Supervisor Olscn yesterday,
ordering the clerk not to extend taxes on
the Y. M. C. A. lot. The county clerk
notified tbe board that the county's share
of the paving would be $l,2a I. The
matter was referred to the committee on
Architects have completed the plans
far a high bridge across the Mississippi
river at Fulton. 111., to cost $150,000.
The bridge will be built of steel, with a
view of accommodating both wagons and
a street car line. A street car company
has been organized with a capital stock
of $50,000 to build a line from Fulton to
the saw mill district across the river.
At four o'clock this afternoon the
grand jury was still intact, bat inclining
towards dissolution. Last night it was
tne intention to adjourn this morning,
ana dv noon it was given out as a cer
tainty that a report would be made im
mediately after dinner. . Tbe hitch seems
to be with the state's attorney, who
seems loiw in no particular burry.
The wholesale liquor firm of Beardslev
& Burgh was dissolved this morning by
mutual consent, Capt. James M. Beards-
ley, general partner, and Mr. Col. E. D
Kohn. special partner, retiring. Burgh
win hereafter continue alone, conducting
the well established business at the
quarters in Harper's theatre building
which bave been occupied by the firm
since its removal from Fulton three
Mr. Wm. Jackson, representing Mrs
Ann Turner, attempted to sell at the
court house this afternoon the three
story brick, twenty feet front in Palace
row, next east of Uilfinger's harness
shop. Tne sale was subject to a mort
gage of $800 beld by the trustees of
school district 17, lw, who were repre
sented at the sale by Treasurer Thomas
Corns and Trues tee Weckel. These
gentlemen bid $830 to protect them
selves, and as no other offer was made,
tbe sale was postponed.
A I'asa of Death Fallowing Suspension.
In the Lyon Medieat, No. 30, we read of
the following ease of death following suspen
sion, reported by Dr. GoreckL The patient
was a man, aged 40, who for Bve years previ
ously had been suffering from tabes, and
who, after reading of the excellent results
obtained by suspeusionTbought an apparatus
The disease hod taken a very rapid course in
him, paraplegia being almost complete. Ue
was suspended two or three times daily by
bis man servant The first seven suspensions
were followed by most marked improvement,
and tbe patient was able to walk a few steps.
After the eighth suspension he suddenly lust
tbe power of speech and bearing, his sight,
however, being unaltered and no paralysis
existing. Although active treatment was im
mediately resorted to, swallowing soon be
came impossible, sight was lost, and general
paralysis' quickly set in. The symptoms be
came more and more aggravated, and in
twenty-four hours the patient was dead, the
Immediate cause of death being asphyxia.
XL E. Parmenter. attnrnev i iaw
Hakes collections, loans mnnev and will
attend to any legal business intrusted to
mm. umce, posiomce block. Rock Isl
and, Ills. - da&wlT
CarS af Taaaka.
Mr. J. R. Miller and daughter desire to
return macks to tne irtenas ana neign
bors for the kindly assistance rendered
during the sickness of the late wife and
A Carl of Thanks.
Mr. Henry Trow and family, tender
their sincere thanks to their many friends
for sympathy and aid so "freely given in
tbeir recent bereavement.
At Black Hawk watch tower landing
for rent by the hour or day. Ten row
boats, three sail boats and one barge.
Soft Coal for Bala
At my yard, corner of Eleventh street
and Tenth avenue, at ten cents per bush
el. B. Davenport.
Aug. 30, 1889.
Get rid of that tired feeling as quick as
possible. Take Hoods Harsaparilia,
which gives strength, a good appetite
Use it for pain externally or internally.
It is a great remedy for bites Pond's
Extract. Avoid base substitutes for the
C. A. Stikl, - - lisnager.
SATURDAY EVE., SEPT. 14.
America's Greatest Sonbrette,
(Comment annecesssrv) and her famnns company
in the Universal Comedy that has made
all America lanph.
Or, Taste and Diamonds,
A Reflection of Life behind tbe Scene.
Mirth, Music, Mimicry
Hongs. Dances, Specialties.
Reserved seats on sale si usual Dlace. Prices.
75. 50, and S5 .cents. .
C. C. Taylor
Under Rock 1le3d Bonne.
First Mortgage Farm Loans
Rate 6$ per cent and 7 per
TWO MILLION IIOLLAHH
Loed by ns without loss to any client.
fSyCall or write for circular and references.
is seas or
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times tbe amount
of the loan.
Interest 7 fur r.tit uml innn.ll Lt. A.
remitted free of cuarga.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Rooms 3 and 4 Masonic Tenp'e.
HOCK ISLAND, ILL.
on Improved Farms in the
Best Counties of Iowa,
The Farms were Inspected by
218 Main St.. DAVENPORT. LA.
1. 27 inch Sniting 15 cents a yard.
2. 27 inch Sniting 25 cents a yard.
3. f 4 inch Suiting 49 cents a yard.
4. 54 inch Suiting 75 cents a yard.
Broadcloth Finish All Bargains.
Hock Island. Illinois.
CLEM ANN &
I Im $ -.--I
Geo. W D. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth 8t, under Commercial
ISsT'F'irst -class Insurance st lowest rates.
The following are among
A nioe residence at tha iomt end of the city,
lanre corner lot, convenient to island, depot and
saw mills, ebeap.
A nice new house, larire lot, shrnbbery, trees,
etc.. on Twenty-fourth street, cheap.
A new house of eigto moms, fine Io SOrlSO,
well located, within five blocks of the postoffice,
A nest brick house with a larjre lot for $2.010,
convenient to upper dep. 4 and saw mills.
Tao dwa lings s-ith lot Hli4. well located on
Moline avenue, at a great barmiu.
A nice two-story dwelling, well located, on
Twentieth street, cheap.
A nice residence, with improvements, large
rounds, on Elm street, cheap on eary terms.
A two-story house and lot. convmient to the
npper saw mihr, depot and ronnd house, vei-y
lANDERSON . BOURBON!
$2,50 PER GALLON,
KOHlSr & ADLER'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK.
Children's Shoes, worth
Children's Shoes, "
Children's Shoes, "
Children's Shoes, "
Misses' 81ippers. "
Misses' Slippers. "
Ladies' Slippers, "
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.
Call and see us.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE. 1818 Second Avenne.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE,
THIS WEEK IN
ROCK INLAND, ILL.
the many bargains offered:
One of the nicest residences, with all conven
iences, fine high comer kit. ('xl50 one of the best
neighhorho.xls on Fourth avenue.
S2.OU0 will buy two stores, well located on Third
avenue, for any kind of business, and tbe rent
paving- a rood interest on the investment.
Sl,lk)will buy a dwelling with good business
roo a In front, well located on Third avenue.
Anew building, one of the best money making
restaurants and Imsrding booses in the city, near
the C. R. I A P. depot, well located for any kind
On of the best located three-story brick stores
for business on Second avrnue.
One of the beet paying mrat markets In the city ,
brirk building', firM-claa location, cheap.
ri'iO will buy a good lot. Mx2. in good Iocs
linn if taken soon. One of the best lots in ih
cit y. .
; ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
$ .50 for .30 Ladies' Fine Shoes, worth f5 00 for 4.25
1 00 .70 Lsdies' Fine Shoes. " 4 60 " 3 60
1.15" .90 Ladies Fine Shoes, " 4(H)" 3 00
1.50" MS Lidies' Fine Shoes, " 3 00 " 2.50
.75 " .50 Ladies' Fine Shoes, " 2 50 - 2.00
1-00 -75 Ladies' Lace Shoes, " 1.78 " 1 00
100" ,75 Base Ball 8hoes, - 1.U0 " .80
.90 " .75
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