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Fur ladles' misses and children novel
ties. just receied and remarkable for the
The latent are "Byron." "Shake
peare." ,'Ilenalwance,n rrincea Louise"
Lare Collara made from Oriental. Nee
dle Point 8wisa, American and Irish
One lot children'a Fauntlerov lace coN
lars, 8c each.
Ladiee' and misses Batine Windsor ties
. Large assortment children's torch an and
medicl linen lace collara, hand made.
I of ants rohea and Iohr dresses, new
gooda. Special values from 50c to $5 00.
On account of rain last week, many of our
rrillhl tint llaml
85c TOWELS. Sidney Bath Damask. Oat
DftVA IMH Itiam n K I . I
" mo umi TBiuim ever ouorea at sua,
jeIB Damask table linen, not picked up every day at that price,
our. Cream Damask. 63 Inch wide table lineu is another good thing you can duplicate
Special bargains in fine table lincna. napkin and towels.
1712. 1714. 1718. 1718. 1720 and 1722 Second Avehce. Roc Island!
Suitable for Wedding Preeents, at
KINGSBURY & SONS,
CSPCall and see them.
To 1725 Second Avenue,
Next Door to Cranipton's Bookstore, i
t3TThe ruMic is cordially invited to inspect our
the finest west of Chicago without any exception.
The Davenport Shoe Co.,
COR. BUADY AND SECOND,
3TKock Island people are invited to make our store head
quarters while in the city. Remember the place for bargains in
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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.
Early fall wear. First shipment just re
ucitou. verm new styles including the
Heavv Black Stockinet, bound all
ronnd with braid. Coat sleeve patent
aeams. unit f s 73
THE ALBERT, made from finer oual
ity stockinet, double breasted, bell sleeve,
only $4 62. extra value.
Ladies Garibaldi Llouse waists, made
from Broadcloth flannel, colors brown
and black, very stylish.
The last of summer corsets. Cut pri
ces to close what we have on hand. No
orders taken for sizes we are out of at the
The O. 8. dollar corset. 75c. while the?
last, and a small lot of summer corsets
TTIE LINEN SALE.
out of town and far distant patrons
Meal and Iluck. aaid by those who
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T1IE -ROCK !STiANI AHGUS
THK NEW SECOND AVENUE.
Wrk that Mhal We. Ilarrlew .The
WUcAwake Ha t b Ral(.
Now that the council has fully deter
mined upon what changes shall be made
in the grade of that part of Second Ave
nue lying between Siiteenth and West
Seventeenth street, .he operations so
long suspended shook be pushed for
ward without further delay. Manager
Judge, t the Gas conpany, is putting
bis pipes lower as fast as he can now, and
the mayor and street committee should
order the water mains sunk at once, the
examination completed and everything
cleaned away for the paving without
further delay. Itisai injustice to the
business men of the block to permit the
present condition of af airs to exist longer
than is absolutely necessary. The mer
chants affected have been very patient
so far, and the city should not impose
upon them by allowing work to be longer
interfered with. Suet. Nevins stated
this morning that it wtuld not take more
than ten daya at the outside to work east
with the paving from Fourteenth to Six
teenth. The preparatory work now in
progress ought to be intirely completed
by that time. Mayor McConochie will
perform a duty that wi I be approved by
aeeing that the present undertakings are
pushed and hustled.
Manager J ihnston, cf the Brush Elec
tric Liht company, saj a that the pole in
the pavement on Twet lielh and Second
will he changed, and that it would not
have been kept tuers had he sup
posed the pavement would extend that
far east. It is essent al that the pole
should be there owing o the great nuro
ber of wires, and unless the electric lamp
hung over the intersection is changed to
a pole light, which will probably be done.
Mayor McConochie, City Attorney
Haas and Aids. Hampton, Corken and
Howard composed a mteting held at the
city clerk'a office to cossider the matter
of the title of the Wide Awake house, in
court house square, atd the matter of
raising the building. Cny Attorney Haas
reported that he had locked up the ques
tion and found that the council gave the
city permission to enct the hose and
hook and ladder bouse at the northwest
corner of court bouse square Dec. 7,
18!5, and that the city owns the build
ing. It was thereupon decided to raise
he building improper irrade and to give
the job to local contract rs.
TRIX ITY'S 1M PIN IV EM EX TS .
The oatiart Let for the Hesnadrled
Catarrh W hat In I he !.
Tbe contract was let yesterday for the
remodeling and improving of Trinity
Episcopal church to Mr. W. A. Guthrie.
Tbe specifications call for an expendi
ture of $2,500. the desig'i being to erect
an entirely new sanclut.ry, rearranging
tbe present lanctuary an 1 chancel for the
choir, while a brick orgun chamber is to
be built out at the soiith side. These
improvements contemplate the taking of
the immense pipe organ iutof the church
proper, the front only being seen from
tbe inside. This will i.fford space for
sixteen new pews, while he walls will be
refreacoed and decorated and beautified, a
new carpet provided an 1 other general
The new Argillo tile walk in front of
tbe church and rectory has been laid, and
a new sewer is to be put in connecting
with the rectory. The ch jrch will be one
of the prettiest in tbe city when comple
The Isefasirt Bail dab.
Monmouth has been given Daven
port's franchise in the Interstate league
until the season closes. Tbe Democrat'
Dispatches came pouring in thick from
Monmouth to Davenport players re
questing tbem to go at once to Mon
mouth as the club managi r there desired
to sign them. But the pi tyers paid little
attention to snch dispatch -s. They read
them, laughed at tbe idea and threw
them away. It was the dispatches from
tbe manngers of clubs in tbe National
league, American and We stern associa
tions which occupied their attention and
to which they gave careful confederation.
The fact that the Quincys are still los
ing, substantiates the assertion that the
action of the Davenport taae ball asso
ciation was entirely too premature and a
very unwise act, as the ttssociatlon will
believe before tbe seoson U ended.
Harrington, of the 11 i Davenports,
has signed with the Kansas City's, Rhines
with Pittsburg, Latter with Chicago,
Strothers with Minneapo is, while tbe
others have good offers.
Tbe Burlington club luf for borne last
night. Manager Lucas s atiog that be
would claim all tbe p. roes the team
should have played at Davenport by a
score of 8 to 0.
The Davenport associati n baa paid all
its players and ever other liability dol
lar for dollar.
The Hrldjce llm Opeaed.
Bupt. Schnilcer formally inaugurated
the Kock Island & Davenport lino of
tbe Holmes system this m rning, putting
on four cars to start, while others will be
added as soon as horses t an be bought,
and as tbe business increrses. The cara
are now running on twenty-minute time,
but will be put on eigbt-m nule when tbe
contemplated running arrangement is
complete. Tbe route as ias been bitb
erto elated la aoutb fnra the slough
bridge on Twenty-tfourlh iitreet to Third
avenue and thence west to Twentieth
street, where it strikes the double tracks
of tbe Moline & Rock Island and Union
lines, which it follows down to Second
avenue and west to Fi teenth street,
where it turns south and runs over to
Third avenue, where it inters tbe Elm
street track and runa over it to Nine-.
teenth street, thence over a single track
to Twentieth street, from which point to
tbe bridge the track ia double. The cara
ran west on Second street in Davenport
to Main, and it takes fifty minutes for a
round trip. Tbe cars are painted green
and will have green lights at night.
Card of Thaakt.
L the undersigned, wile of the late
P. H. Eean. wish to leturn thanks
to Island City Camp N. 309. Mod
ern Woodmen of Ameica, for tbe
prompt manner in which the insurance
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Of SS.UUU on ine me oi my w uuauauu
was paid. aiks. j-. ii. jmxx.
A GREAT ANNOUNCEMENT.
ScaarthlBsj That Will lateront Kvery
Reader r This Papor.
Our buyers, after a four week's trip to
the eastern market, have all returned,
after purchasing trom first hands tbe
largest and most complete stock of dry
goods and notions ever brought to this
city, which we claim excels not only in
quantity out also in quality, stylish nov
el ties and prices, anything ever before
offered by us.
To enumerate all the choice bargains in
the dinerent departments is impossible.
we therefore mention below only a few
of the many desirable things of which
sale will commence Wednesday, Sept.
18th, and continue until all lots are
Two thousand yards of all-silk heavy
zi-incn wide dress surahs, fancy stripes
and plaids, at 33 cents. These goods
are worm 73 cents.
500 yards of wool-mixed tricot, 50
inches wide, at only 27 J cents.
2 000 yards of flannel dress plaids in
all the new coloring, at 11J cents.
2.000 yards of 36-inch fancy plaids and
stripes wool dress suitings at only 18
cents. These goods are worth double the
1 lot, 40-inch aide, blown and gray
mixed dress suitings at only 20 cents.
1 lot. 86 inch wide flannel suiting in
dress goods shadea, at 19 cents.
1 lot, 54 inch wide, Aetna mills, fancy
plaids and stripes, all wool, worth $1 at
only 63 cents.
1 lot, 50 inch all wool fancy plaids
and stripes, worth 90 cents at only 55
1 lot, 84 inch wide plaid and stripes
dress flannels in all shades at only 15
Our cloak department was never so
complete as this season; it will pay you
to look through it.
Tbe underwear for men, women and
children we are showing this season sur
pass anything offered before in assort
ment, quality and low prices.
J. H. C. Petersen & Sons,
A CHURCH CASK.
Prealdtag Rider M. A. ttrad Nervr
Charge Aeraiaat a Praria Prrarher
According to the Peoria Tranteriot
during the recent Methodist Episcopal
church conference of tbe Rock Island
district, tbe presiding elder. M. A. Head.
objected to J. M. noober, of that city,
being admitted to the conference. When
pressed for his objection the presiding
elder said that his charges were based on
the belief that Mr. Hoober was what be
termed a "dead beat," and said that he
was prepared to show that tbe accused
had $3,000 in accounts outstanding
against him. On these grounds he ob
jected to recognition of Mr. Doober in
The charges and tbe peremptory ac
tion of tbe presiding elder created Quite
a commotion, and Mr. Hoober at once
demanded a trial, claiming that he could
disprove tbe charges. Tbe trial was
commenced last Friday in Hale chapel,
Peoria, and was at that time merely pre
liminary. A few depositions were taken
and tbe trial will be continued in tbe
First M. E. church there. The testi
mony now being offered is in behalf of
Mr. Hoober. The depositions of all wit
nesses is being written by a reporter, and
will be forwarded to tbe presiding el
der. In case Mr. Hoober succeeds in
diproving the cbargea brought against
him, tbe elder will have to admit him to
tbe conference and recognize him. Other
wise the edict will remain in full force.
The outcome of this interesting case is
looked forward to with much anxiety by
all church people.
Presiding Elder Head is in Peoria
prosecuting his charges.
Any disturbance of the blood circulation in
the iuU-riiuI ear, especially in that portion
known as the aeiuirircular canals, will give
rise to a feeling of dizziness or vertigo. This
symptom i by no means uncommon, and it
so often felt by ieraons who are otberwue in
lierfert health that little attention is general
ly paid to it. It is true that in many cases
one may lie perfectly safe in not heading it,
yet recurring or prolonged attack of dizzi
nea should never pans unnoticed.
In what ia known as Meniere's disease,
which ia aawiciated with a chronic affection
of the internal ear, the atint suffers paroz
ymns of intense dizziness, accompanied with
loud ringing in the ears, the attacks becom
ing more and more severe and prolonged as
tlH dNMMMtt il IIHI .
In the great majority of cans, however,
tbe explanation of the vertigo ia to be found
in ainie local departure from the normal con
dition, tlw read aource of tbe trouble being
ierha at aouie distance fnm the parts af
fected In the ear itself wV uv have a foreign
body pressing on the drum membrane, or an
increased pressure in the drum cavity, sueb
as bapiwim when the asKign to the ears is
atopei, ami an excess of fluid accumulates.
The same condition may arise also from an
error of vision, in which case it can be ex
plained only by the intimate nervous connec
tion tietween the tao organs, an overstrain
ing at one portion of the nerve circuit show
ing its eTects at the other. Boston Budget
A Mew I fur Watermelons.
Tbe watermelon crop of Carolina, Georgia
and Florida is rapidly getting too large
more than tbennarket requires. CoL William
Duncao.of South Caroliua, has therefore made
a suggestion, which has received the approval
of a number of Carolina newspapers and
melon growers this is the manufacture of
sirup from the melon. CoL Duncan insists
that the melon can be more easily and more
generally raised than the sugar cane; and as
it grows above ground it is mora conveni
ently cultivated than the sugar beet. He baa
experimented in tbe manufacture of sirup
from melons and fluds it excellent, more like
preserves than the cane sirup, be says, and
likely to become popular with every one who
tries it He has mode the sirup and sold it,
and found no difficulty in getting a good
price for it. New Orleans Tiiuea-Democrat
otiea Manners of ft. Paul Lodg. K. F.
All members of St. Paul lode. No.
107, Knights of Pythias, are respectively
invited to attend a regular meeting at
their Castle hall tbiaWednesdav) even
ing, Sept. 18th, at 7:30 o'cock. Visiting
brethren are cordially invited. By order
of Geo. L Etstkr, C. C.
J. Alex Montgomery. K. of R. & 8.
TJ. 8. SiairAt Ovrica, I
WahlDgtoa,D.C.,Sept, 16. f
For the next 24 noura for Illinois:
Fair and slightly cooler.
oft Coal for lata
At my yard, corner of Eleventh street
and T6nth avenue, at ten cents per bush
el. B. Davenport.
Aug. 30, 1889.
Tbe soft glow of the tea rose is ac
quired by ladiea who use Pozzoni 'a Com
plexion Powder. Try it
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1889.
M. & K. are headquarters.
Choice celery at F. O. Young's.
Cbice oysters and celery at May's.
Fine watermelons at F. O. Young's.
New fall goods coming in at the Golden
Seasonable underwear at tbe Golden
Choice Concord grapes at F. G
Medium weight underwear M. & K.
is tbe place.
Fall overcoats, all the latest styles, at
the tiolden Jiigle.
Mr. Louis May left for Chicago last
night on a business trip.
For sale New piano, at a bargain
559 Twenty-third street.
The circuit court is still busy with the
case of Uarse & Kelicker vs Keticker.
Boys' clothing M. & K.
All the latest styles in boys' and chil
dren's suits, just in, at the Golden
Air. trans JNoay, oi unman, in., is
visiting his brother-in-law, Mr. T. H.
(8, $10 and $12 are tbe prices in
some of the best grades of fall suits, at
tbe Golden E tgle.
Mr. Geo. Tucker, a prominent farmer
of Buffalo Prairie township, is in tbe city
for a few days.
For the newest novelties, latest styles
and lowest prices in fall overcoats, go to
tbe Golden Eagle.
F. G. Young, the groer, leaves this
evening for Chicago. Look out for floe
fancy goods when he returns.
Never have tbe M. & K. had such an
immense trade in boys' clothing, and
never has their stock been so complete.
Shed your old hat and buy a new one
at the Golden Etgle, where you will And
the largest assortment and lowest prices.
Wanted A girl accustomed to runniDg
a sewing machine to work at shoe tilting.
Apply to J. N. Camp, 1606 Third ave
nue. St. Paul lodge, No. 107. Knights of
Pythias, has an important meeting this
evening. Atl members are urged to be
William Higgrason and Isabella Gar
rett, of Cable, were married at the First
avenue hotel by High Priest Wivill al
high noon today.
The colored citizens of Rock Island
will have a grand celebration next Mon
day. The emancipation proclamation
will be read by Miss Morrison, of thu
At bis home, 1335 Sixth 8 venue, yes
terday occurred the death of John An
thony, in his eighty fifth year. Ti e
funeral occurred from St. Mary's church
Last evening the board of directors of
tbe R jck Island Building and Loan as
sociation met at Secretary Guyer's office
and loaned $18,800 with premiums run
ning from 16j to 19$ per cent.
Don't be a sucker and pay $5 for a hat
when you can go to the Gulden E igle and
get a Schindler for $4, which will outwear
any hat made nicer style, better finish
and a better bat in every respect.
Last evening State's Attorney Sturgeon
forwarded to Governor Fifer application
for requisition papers for tbe prisoners
held in the Davenport jail for burglarizing
the freight cara in the Rock Island yards.
Mrs. Jacob Wollenhaupt and Mr.
George Wollenhaupt harvested their
grapes this week. Over two hundred
pounds were picked from the off -shoot of
two stems. The fruit, both Concord and
Clintons, are sweet and ripe.
The R. I. & P. road is sending out
time tables of its train service on the oc
casion of the Peoria fair next week. As
stated before, trains will run out to tbe
fair grounds every fifteen minutes, while
specials on Wednesday and Thursday
will run from this city with half rate
Mr. O. J. Dimick has retained Mr.
Wo. Jackson to assist in the defense of
bis daughter-iu-Iaw, Mrs. Lizzie Dimick,
accused by tbe state of manslaughter in
the case of ber husband. Lute Dimick, ac
cidentally shot in a disreputable bouse in
this city last July.
Rev. R. F. Sweet, rector of Trinity
parish, left for tbe east this morning in
tending first to visit the home of his boy
hood in Boston; whence be goes to New
York to attend tbe general convention of
tbe Episcopal church, expecting to be
absent altogether about five weeks. The
pulpit at Trinity will be provided for in
Mr. E. P. Reynolds, Jr., arrived in the
city last night from Sioux City, where he
has made his headquarters for some
time, ilia railroad contracts there will
keep him busy all fall. He says
Sioux City is one of tbe liveliest
towns on tbe Missouri river, and that
she contains some of tbe most pro
gressive men be ever saw. Great
preparations are beinsr made for tbe corn
palace which opens next week.
David Allman, of Eldon. a Rock Island
brakeman. fell from the top of freight
train. Tio. 10, at Buffalo, Iowa, on Mon
day evening and narrowly escaped with
bis life. A brake gave way as he was
twisting it, allowing him to fall between
the cars. A vigorous spring carried bim
out of tbe way of tbe wheels, but he suf
fered tbe dislocation of his left hip. He
was carried to Muscatine, where bis wife
waa visiting at the time. Davenport
Democrat O asette.
In connection with the recent national
encampment of the Sons of Veterans,
Capt Lidders brings the interesting intel
ligence that tJol McCrellis who was at
tbe bead of the Illinois division during
tbe slate encampment which should have
been held in this city, but which was
through bis orders taken to Moline. was
entirely bounced out out of the order on
the ground that his father was not a
soldier in tbe union army and he there
fore not eligible. McCrcllis was very
unpopular with tbe Sons in the state.out-
side of Chicago.
Tbe last will and testament of tbe late
John Zeigler, of Port Byron, was filed for
record today. The deceased bequeaths
the bulk of his personal and real estate
and his insurance to his wire: to his
daughter Emma, ail of tbe estate that
may be left by hia wife in tbe event of
ber death, and should she marry in the
meantime to have $1,000; to bis adopted
son, Joseph Ziegler,- the sum of $500
when be shall attain the age of twenty-
oue, if be is steady and honest and if he
cannot show to to the judge of the county
court that be is, be shall bate but 1 5.
Mrs. Zeigler ia appointed sole executrix
of tbe will without bond. It bears date
of March 4. 1888. Christ P. Albrecht
and E. H. Johnston are witnesses to the
The brawn cat tails are now blooming
in all their beauty in tbe swamps around
tbe city, and in view of tbia fact tbe fol
lowing from an exchange in regard to the
wonderful efficiency of the weed as a
remedy for burns will be of interest:
"Take the down and with just enough
lard to hold it together, make a plaster
and lay it upon a burn, and it soothes and
heala so soon that it aeems a miracle. Put
upon a fresh burn and in less than half
an hour the smart is gone; if it is an old
burn, the healing will commence in twenty-four
hours. Cat tails la also Indian
remedy for scrofulous sores or ulcers.
Age does not destroy its healing virtues.
It can be kept for years without losing
any of its remedial properties.
Stamm Bros , of Buffalo Pralne, won
two first premiums on their two-vear-o'd
Hamiltonian mare at the Muscatine fair
and first on Prince Randolph their Nor
man stallion, which waa entered in the
class of general purpose horses, and had
some very fine competitors too. Among
them was Ravin, a coach horse imported
by Mr. Stubs and sons, of Springfield,
and owned by H. Kaufman, of Wilton,
Iowa. It was claimed to be one of the
first horses ever imported when these fine
horses were led in tbe show ring. Every,
body interested in fine horses claimed
they were as fine a lot of horses as ever
stood on Iowa sod, and were anxious to
see which one would get tbe red card.
The judges after viewing the good points
on these noted stallions, decided in favor
of Prince Randolph. Wm. France got
first on sucking colt sired by Prince
Randolph. Peter Smith got second on
colt sired by W. W. Hartman'a horse, of
BURTIS OPERA HOUSE,
GRAND OPENING NIGHT
MONDAY EVE., SEPT. 23.
The Great Romantic Actor. ROBE RT
Under the management of A adnata Piton, In his
faaious th ee renr sneress, D'Enuery's
Preserttd with hew Scenery,
Costumes and Properties.
The entire Eastern Company.
A snperh nrodnrtion guaranteed.
Pnit ics Sl.no, 7 SO snu 85 cents; sal of sests
open at Ticket office. Bnrtis Opera llouse, Thnrs
day, Sept. Wth, at 8 a m.
C, C, Taylor
Under Rock Island Bouse.
TIH AH CIA L.
First Mortgage Farm Loans
Rate 6 J per cent and 7 per
TWO 91 ILL,! OX DOLLAR
Loaned by ns without lot to any client.
tyCall or write for circular and references.
fSot ao.3l,Altaei- Z?-" - m
in seas or
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
tbree to five times tbe amount
of tbe loan.
Interest T per cent semi annually, collected and
remuiea iree or cnarg.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Rooms 3 and 4 Masonic Temp'e,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
on Improved Farms in the
Best Counties of Iowa.
The Farms were Inspected by
O. A. FICKE,
213 Main 8t, DAVENPORT, IA.
Now to business;
No more fun.
Now'a the time . r
To change jour tile, ' '
Every one should
Have a KNOX Autumn style.
. Lloyd & Stewart,
BOLE AOESTS KNOX BATS,
Bock Island. 111.
ONB HCHDRKD AND FIFTY CANARY
Bird. loriiU AVm1 .n,.ra Vn.MnfuA iw.
quire of Jtrneat Wery, Mo. 7l Scoo4 arc. I84t
Goods arriving every day.
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Geo. W. D. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth St, under Commercial
tSTPirstlass Insurance at lowest rates.
The following are among
A pood bolldinc, with store 18x3. and Z rnnins,
counters, shelving, etc.. on flrst flMr. r
mom. bo ww -e down stairs, eood
cellar. irn, etc.. lot x)R0, well located for unst
nes", upper part of Fourth srenne; cheap.
ne of lb best monev-mskine locations for any
kind of business neat the Kock Island passenger
f 1,000 will buy a dwelling with 7 rooms and
small store, well located, on 1 hird avenue, now
re m for 14 a month.
TU0 will buy a irood boose. Are rooms, with lot,
convenient to lower factories.
Only a few of those fine lots in Miller's addi
tion on Twenty-second and Twenty-third streets.
Twoor three acre on the bluff, fine land for
building or gardening.
Some of the best lot. in Dodge's addition on
easy terms. I
$2,50 PER GALLON,
KOHN & ADLER'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK. : : ; ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Children's Shoes, worth $.50 for .30
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.'
SCall and see us. -
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr..
CENTRAL SnOK STORE, 1818 Second Avenue.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
the many bargains offered:
I quo wn way a seal nouse on Twentieth street
l kood lot on the bluff In Rodman's aub-duin-
J4(l will buy a fine H acre lot jnst outside city
limits, on bluff.
A very nice property, just outside of city limits
and citv taxes; cheap, on easy terms.
One of the best SO acie farms, with first clasa
improvements in Bowling township; cheap.
A good house of eight rooms, dry cellar, water,
bain, and Hue corner lot in tbe upper part of the
city, convenient to the saw mills, depot and Isl
A No. 1 business corner store and dwelling
on Moline avenue.
Two story frame dwelling, six rooms, good
cellar, well snd cistern, large barn, one half acre
of (Ine land, well located within a few steps of
M ilan street cars, cheap.
Ladies' Fine Shoes, worth f 5.00 for 4.26
Ladies' Fine Shoes. " 4 50 " 3 50
Ladies' Fine Shoes, " 4 00 ' -3 00
Ladies' Fine Shoes, " 3.00" 2.50
Ladies' Fine Shoes, " 2 60 - 2.00
Ladies' Lace Shoes, 1.78" 100
Base Ball Shoes, " 1.00 " .80