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We are forced (for want of room) to enlarge take another room to accommodate
our Increasing trade. All departmenta that were overcrowded now enlarged, and
now ffnoda added, making the assortment more complete and the PRICES WERE
NEVER 80 LOW. Competitor! muat loae money if they meet our prices.
To Introduce to the public our enlarged and improved departments, and to do it
prompt, quick and thoroughly, will quote a few prices in our dress goods depart
meut. Trices tbat will admit of no argument. Others have quoted and will quote
prices and describe goods that may seem much like ours, but they have not hereto
fore and will not now stand the test of comparison. Are you a judge of values,
then you will know that good goods are the cheapest in the end. and what we offer
jou are the cheapest as they are the best. Commencing
MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 23d-
Will sell one case Drews Goods, the genuine Pin Ilead checks, 8ft inches wide at
13) rents a yard; real worth and have sold at 32 cents. Remember our price 13Jc
1250 yards Fern Cloth Dress Flannels, all wool. 40 inches wide, only 48 cents
One lot 40 Inch all wool Henriettas 50 cents a yard special.
One lot 88 inch all wool Henriettas 34 cents a yard.
1200 yards all wool Serge Dress Ooods, 88 inch, only 48 cents a yard.
One lot pure Lostere Mohair 50 cents a yard; big bargain.
Two cases wool dress flannels, double fold 18$c a yard.
One lot plaid and stripe dress fltnnels. double fold, 18Jc a yard.
1,000 yards novelty plaids and si ries, all wool dress flannels, choice of the lot
50c a vard.
Silk pliiMhes, velvets and fancy silks way down.
One lot silk plush 34c a yard for this sale, worth 50c.
We can save vou monev on dress goods, come and see what we have before you
but-. Oood jacket weather last week, dozens
coming this week, can save you money on jacseia as wen.
1712. 1714. 17tft. 171S. 1720 and t72'3 Hecond Avenub, Rock Island.
Suitable for Wedding Presents, at
KINGSBURY & SONS,
fcjgnCall and see them.
To 1725 Second Avenue,
Xext Door to Cranipton's Bookstore.
t3grTh6 public is cordially invited to inspect our
thr finest west of Chicago without any exception.
The Davenport Shoe Co.,
COR. BRADY AND SECOND,
?Tllock Island people are
quarters while in the city. Remember the place for bargains in
is one array pf beauty with its loads of new
Wall Paper, Curtains
Call and make your selections from the Largest stock,
the Newest Patterns and Lowest prices.
of j -token sold. Second shipment
1705 Secend Avenue.
invited to make our store head
THE GLASS WORKS SOLD.
An Eastern Syndicate Becomes
The Roelt Island Plaat larladrel In a
Ueal level vine all the Other la
Illtnats The Kature of the Isdst
A spec al dispatch from Streator to the
Saturday Chicago Tribune says:
The purcha e of all the window glass
factories of Illinois was consummated
today by the United States Glass compa
ny of New York. This purchase in
eludes th 3 Rock Island Glass company's
works, the Ottawa Glass company's
works aiid the plant of the Streator
Glass coripany at this place.
"Yes, we have practically sold out,"
said Mr. Phil Mitchell, one of the chief
owners of the IWk Island glass works
and one of the moving powers that has
made the industry a success, when visited
by an Argus reporter at Mitchell A
Lvnde's bank this morning. "Have a
chair," h? continued, "and I'll tell you all
there is i bout it. The company which is
to becon e possessors of the works is the
United Jlas company not the United
States crmpany- -and is organized under
the law) of the state of New York.
They ht.ve bought most of the desira
ble pi i ts in New York state and a
good many in the west outside of
Pittsburg. They have accepted an
option fi.r the purchase of the Uock Id
land glaM works, Ottawa glass company
and Strettor glass company, and the sale
will undoubtedly Ie consummated within
ten dayi. The intention is to run the
works. We have ordered fuel to start
the worts here, and they will be running
inside ( f two weeks. There is, in my
opinion, no danger whatever of the works
here being abandoned. Candidly. I be
lieve tlx y would rather run the works
here thai some in New York state, which
tbey have abandoned for some time. The
Illinois plants will all probably be con
tinued Hi they now are. I anticipate no
changes here, and think Mr. Schafer will
remain ns superintendent. "
Mr. J Mitchell reiterated bis belief that
the worlds would lie continued to run in
fact, ha said: "Tbey must not be
stopped . the city will not be deprived of
t'otrr'HCrlrry 1 p.
The (Chicago Herald of today has the
following concerning Hon. W. A. Fo9ter,
the former Davenport attorney, now one
of the counsel for the defense in the Cro
nin murder trial:
Attor ley Foster, who is representing
O'Sullivin, id a well knit Iowan with blue
eyes, a wild rose complexion and hair so
red that it looks like a fire in a soap fur
nance. Mr. Foster takes much pride in
his hair. De curls it every morning on a
red hot silver dollar and then grains it
with a coarse comb, the teeth of which
are covered with bear's grease. Mr.
Foster H a lawyer from away back. He
is probably as big a weight as the de
fense cm boast. He made an enviable
record in his defense of the anarchists
against the most discouraging odds. Mr.
Foster has a pleasing delivery and a fine
;prfeiic). One or his favorite attitudes
when addressing a jury is to plant one
leg upoi the seat of a chair, level his arm
over the bended knee and shake a pale,
ghastly, freckled finger at the faces be
fore hint. Mr. Foster is not much of a
it, but there is something fresh about
his hunr or that makes one think of corn
cribs, a id sweet cider and mince pies.
Burg ars were again abroad in Moline
Edwtrd Fennell was fined f 10 and
costs ty Magistrate VV.vill Saturday
evenins for disorderly conduct.
Alare trray horse was stolen in Da
venport last night, and is reported to
have bten last seen crossing Rock Island
Louir Thomas, of South Rock Island,
was held in bonds of (30O by Magis
trate Wivill for appearance next Satur
day for assault.
This morning Magistrate Wivill fined
Chas. Randall, Henry Coffee, Cuas. Fitz-
Connel , Louis Steintieck and Peter Fo
derap $3, and John Grategot 5 and
costs for intoxication.
Witt in the next thirty days a number
of Jev ish festivals will occur, among
them tie feast of Godalyah and tbe ob
servance of the sixth day of penitence, a
day for reviving religious sentiment. The
greatef t religious ceremony is Yum Kip-
pur, October 5th, the great day of atone
ment, when the orthodox Jews remain
upon their knees fasting in the synagogue
from sunset to sunrise. The reformed
Jews observe the fast in a perfunctory
manmr. The feast of booths, which
lasts eight days, a Jewish harvest home
is another. The festival of rejoicing in
law occurs soon, and business is generally
suspended and the time given to religion
The Jewish New Year 5649 commences
A Valuable Faieett.
A letter was received by Mr. C. F
Fleming from Han Jose. Cal.. stating
that Hr. Arthur Dowe, of San Francisco,
formerly of this city, had sold a patent
he bal just made for $150,000. It is a
contr vance for utilizing the ocean swell
for developing power. Mr. Dowe is an
artist by profession, but be has always
given considerable attention to mechan
ical science and has made several inven
tions, but none as practicable as this,
which is almost a perpetual motion. Its
value is indicated by the snug little for.
tune it has brought.
Wlien you want to get a chestnut
crack ed take it around to the Union office
and they will fairly jump at it. The
yah03 was up at the Rock Island depot
the c ther night and the boys filled him
with stuff prompting such items as this
whicb made its appearance yesterday
Aiiong the railway postal clerks on the
run l rom Chicago, through Rock Island
to w est Liberty is a young woman, she
bein,; the first female railway postal clerk
appt inted to the service on the Rock Isl
and -oute. She made her first trip last
Now the yahoo has got it in for those
fello s who fooled him. Naughty boys I
A Vire the Inland.
There was a disastrous fire on Offer
man's Island Sunday evening between the
hours of 10 and 11 o'clock. Mr. Frank-,
tin's family and hired help were about to
retire for the night, when they were
startled by a blsre in the direction of the
hay sLed, barn, ice bouse and hennery,
all of which were burned to the ground.
A one hundred foot barn, twenty tons
of bay, two horses, a colt and a cow per
ished, together with thirty chickens.
The residents on the island succeeded in
rescuing two cows, two horses and a colt
which was the only stock housed. The
chickens in the hennery did not all escape;
about thirty birds went up in the flames.
The hay abed was stored with thirty
tons of hay, while the barn contained five
tons of hay, a quantity of corn and the
summer's crop of oats about 400 bushel.
The ice house was partly filled and will be
the least loss.
The reflection of the fire extended to
the bridge. People living on back streets
were fearful that the lower mill was on
fire as the smoke and flame for a distance
appeared to be on their premises. Mr.
Franklin will rebuild at once. The fire
was undoubtedly of incendiary origin.
Three young men landed on tte island
yesterday afternoon to bunt and gather
nuts. Mr. Franklin ordered them off
when one of the party threatened to shoot
him. Tbey were seen afterwards to row
around the island and pass down the
slough. They will be arrested and com
pelled to give an account of their where
abouts between the hours of 10 and 11
o'clock. They are residents of Daven
port. The loss will approximate about
$ 2.000, partly insured.
Shortly before 4 o'clock this afternoon
Boatman Clarke found a male floater in
Rock river near the watch tower. He
towed him to shore and telephoned for
Coroner II awes. From appearances the
body had been in the river about
two weeks. The height was five feet
and four inches, and weight about 160
pounds. He had a short stubby beard,
of about two weeks' growth and mus
tache. The body was clothed in a black
worsted coat, dark jeans pants, and
checkered gingham shirt. There were
no shoes on the feet.
'QUALITY AND PRICES
Mpeak L,der Than Ward."
11 pounds Granulated sugar for $1.00
11 J " Standard A 100
11 " Extrn C 1 00
Baker's chocolate 40c a pound.
Fine table salt 4: a sack.
Yeast foam 4c a package.
3 pounds Christy's crackers for 25c.
Best cider vinegar per gallon 15c.
And all other goods at lowest cash
prices. Don't fail to call at
Mat s Grocery.
20 Jacob Stewart to Mary Ann Man-
ley, pt lota 11 and 12, block 4, Stewart's
plat. South Moline, 9 700.
S W Wheelock to Charles A Edstrand.
lot 8. block 1, S W Whetlock ad. Moline,
LICENSED TO WED.
20 Alfred Ahltrren, Mary Dahl. Dav-
port; William C. Parker, Malie M. Stol-
lenbrog. Rock Island.
This is emancipation day. Twenty
seven years ago today President Lineoln
issued his proclamation which let the first
sunlight of freedom into the way of the
negro race in America. Our colored
brethren have gone out to the watch
tower to fittingly observe the day. Cars
are tunning on the Milan road every
A HirB( Trtn.
The fame of seme of our young legal
lights is spreading. Saturday Messrs. M.
J. McEniry, of Moline, and John Looney,
of this city, were called to Ottawa to ap
pear for clients in a damage and forcible
entry and retainer suits. The cases were
tried before Justice Weeks, and the young
gentlemen won both of them.
A Speciilntor'. Ailventnre.
Little Jiihi.ny Dorlnn, who lives at Rivr.
siili, N. J., yesterday owned a new straw
hat, a dime and a fienny woru by current use
i, He tfcsd ibe bat to a
noat button. Iiecause a light breeze was ruf
fling the surface of the Passaic river, and
went down to the Erie railroad to watch the
trains passing. He had not wholly decided
what use to make of the dime, but, be knew
very well how to put the cent where it would
do the most good. lie w as acquainted with
a boy who was willing to pay two rents for
the coin if it was flattened under the wheeli
of a train of cars, anil Johnny, who is only S
years of age, but has the financiering spirit
of Jay Gould, intended to invest his penny so
as to realize cent f ier rent profit.
He reached a Hjmt where there was nobody
to interfere with his speculation. An after
noon train, on its way to Jersey City, and
not more than 200 yards distant, was run
ning at high speed. Hastily selecting a coin,
he placed it on the raiL The train was very
close to the st where be was standing
when he discovered that be bad made a blun
der. The penny was still in his pocket, and
the conclusion was unavoidable that the
dime was in front of the locomotive.
Johnny rushed forward. It was an awful
ly dangerous thing to do, but he was not a
boy to hesitate when ten cents were at stake.
An incautious step prostrated him, and the
wind from the whirling train tore bis bat
from its fastening, . carried It under the
wheels, and it was seen no more. His head
could not have been more than twelve inches
from the cars as tbey swept past. The dime
waa not fouud. It had either been ground
out of recognition or It had stuck fast to one
of the wheels.
"Bo you lost ten cents and your hat by
your folly r aald a friend of the boy's father
when he heard the story later in the day.
"Oh, no." replied Johnny, weeping. "1
only lost nine centa and the hat. I flattened
the penny under the next train and sold it
for two cents. "New York Bun.
Sympathy la Affliction.
A little boy of S years, whose mother
played the organ in church, and who was
obliged to be left to the care of others, was
asked one Sunday morning what his kitten
was crying so piteously for. "I don't know,"
said be, in tearful tones, "but I Vpect the old
cat has gone to church." Sew York World.
Weatkrr mat. '
U. B. Bishax Omci, I
Wahlngton,D.C.,Sept, 83. f
For the next 24 hours for Illinois:
Light rains; cooler.
To the young face PoEzoni'a complex
Ion powder gives fresher charms, to the
old renewed youth; try it.
Pleasant advice Editor: Yes, my
dear fellow, by all means write just as
much as you want. But don't print any
thing, for if you do you will be found
MONDAY, BEPTEMHE1I S3, 1889.
8ugar cured shoulders 6) cents at
Large chickens live or dressed at Trues-
Furnished rooms for rent. No. 1219
Fresh oysters, celery and cranberries at
Mrs. Henry Curtis has returned from
her eastern trip.
The latest in boys vest suits at Simon
New designs in boys' plaided suits at
Simon & Mosenfelder's.
New designs in boys' Jersey suit, at
Simon & Mosenfelder's.
William Battles started for Peoria yes
terday to attend the state fair.
Rich velveteen suits for boys in all
colors, at Simon & Mosenfelder's.
Dr. C. Truesdale and wife and Mr.
Chas. Truesdale are in Minneapolis.
Simon & Moscnfelder are now ready
with their novelties in boys' clothing.
The corner stone of the New First Bap
tist church of Davenport was laid Satur
day. Yon will be surprised to see Simon &
Mosenfelder's elegant stock of boys'
McCabe Bros, dress goods department
was crowded today money saving dress
The laying of the corner stone of the
ne First M. E. church is in progress
The celebrated Wanmbeck? pinhead
check dress goods 13Jc a vard at Mc
Found A Knights of Pvlhias and A.
O. U. W. charm. Owner can have same
by calling at this office.
Mr. Chas. Wheaton, of Albany, III.,
was in the city this morning on bis way
to attend the state fair.
Silk plush 34c a yard this week; double
fold dress flannels 18c a yard. McCabe
Bros, dress goods sale.
The funeral of Dr. and Mrs. . C. C.
Carter's infant son occurred this after
noon with interment at Chippianock.
Plaid and stripe noveltry dress flannels
18 cents a yard at McCabe Bros. Oth
ers quote them at 25 cents a yard.
Miss Margaret Osmonde, who has been
visiting at Mt. Pleasant, Utah, since last
March, will spend the winter at Minne
apolis. Island City Lodge No. 4. A. O. U. W.,
will give a dancing party in their ball in
Armory building on Thursday evening of
this week .
The bridge railway did a land office
business yesterday. Supt. Schnitger
found it necessary to put on all the cars
of the line, and all were crowded all day.
Tonight occurs the grand opening of
the remodeled Burtis opera house at Da
venport by the distinguished actor. Rob
ert Mantell. The house will be packed.
A fiend of an incendiary disposition
seems to be at work in the three cities.
He attempted to burn one of the large
elevators at Davenport last night, but
Mr. J. M. Buford reached home this
morning from his European trip. He
reports a delightful voyage both ways,
and a most enioyable time in his jour
May's grocery will be closed from
Wednesday evening at 6 until Thursday
evening at 6, on account of a holiday.
Customers will confer a favor by leaving
Supt. Schnitger is putting in a fine lot
of horses on his Moline & Rock Island
and Union lines, and is expecting more
daily no until be gets enough for his
Mr. W. P. Quayle has let a contract to
Mr. Ben DeGear for two fl.COO tene
ment houses on Elm street in South
Park. Quayle is pushing the Argus
boom in that quarter of the city.
Owing to lack of patronage the excur
si on which was to have been gone to
Peoria yesterday under the auspices of
the Modern Woodmen, was abandoned.
It came too close to the recent excursion.
Judge Smith presided in the circuit
court today.,, The only thing done up
to 3 o clock this afternoon was the argu
ment on an application of C. F. Calkins,
of Moline, for a divorce from his wife on
the ground of desertion.
All trains from the west on the C , R.
I. fc P. were delayed several hours today,
owing to a freight train smash-up at
Grinnell. Some of the trains ran around
the wreck via Washington and came up
on the Southwestern division.
Mr. Wharton B Gathrigbt, of Kansas
City, and Miss Ella F. Toney, of Pitts
field. 111., were married yesterday after
noon at the Commercial house, in this
city. Rev. Geo. E. Piatt performing the
ceremony. The happy couple left for
their home in Kansas City this morning
The Holly hose company purchased a
win weita 1,400 pouncU- The city has
put in a stall in the rear of-the house.
When the Hollys receive their wagon.
which will be within ten days, tbey will
endeavor to reach all fires on time.
Supt. Murrin lowered the Second ave
nue water main between Sixteenth and
West Seventeenth streets yesterday and
did It quickly and thoroughly. About
fc50 feet were lowered one foot and a half.
Today the sand filling is being put in and
the excavation will be filled prooably by
Two Chicago girls visiting near Du
buque encountered a large rattlesnake
while out walking Thursday and killed
the animal with clubs before he could get
away. The snake was five feet long and
had twelve rattles. Even a rattlesnake
ought to know better than to try and
monkey with a Chicago girl, even if she
J. H. Calkins, president of the Gales
burg brick company, which is making
the bulk of the brick for the Second ave
nue pavement, was in the city today. He
says that not only in point of material
does he believe, but from the manner in
which the work is being done, Rock Is
land is getting one of. the best pavements
he has ever seen.
The funeral of Thomas Bresnahan oc
curred yesterday afternoon with services
at St. Joseph's church. Rev. Father
Thomas Mack in officiating. Both Rock
Island branches of the Catholic Union
attended in bodies. The pall bearers
were: John Kern's, David Fitzgerald,
Michael Brennan, Morris Brennan, Dan
iel Cleary and Cornelius Meenan.
Mr. and Mrs. Gustave Stengel, and
Mr. George 8chafer returned from their
trip abroad Saturday evening. They
experienced a stormy voyage on their re
torn, being passengers on the steamer
Upperdam, which encountered a terrific
storm twelve hundred miles out from the
American shore. Mr. Stengel brought
several photographs of his birthplace,
and the birthplace of his mother in the
It was a messenger of relief that
brought Instructions to Mr. Harry Bos
tock Saturday to make out his bond as
deputy collector of internal revenue and
to forward it to Collector Starr at Peoria.
He did so without delay. It was in the
urn of f 10,000 and bore the names of
Messrs. William Atkinson. Phil Mitchell.
T. H. Thomas. P. L. Mitchell. C. H.
Deere, Morris Rosentleld and William
From Sept. 4th to Oct 19th, the 0.,
R I. & P. railway will sell Thursdays of
each week round trip excursion tickets at
reduced rutes to Chicago exposition.
Tickets limited to Monday following date
or sale. On Thursdays, Wept, ivin ana
October 10th, tickets to above point will
be sold for one fare for round trip. All
other excursion days rate will be fare and
one-third; twenty-fivo centa added for
admission to exposition.
The K, I. & P. sent out eight addition
al coaches on Conductor Auld's train to
Peoria this morning on account of the
state fair ; several more were attached to
Conductor Hitchcock's train this after
noon. Superintendent of Teleeraph H.
P. Greenough went over to Peoria this
afternoon to look after the special train
service this week. Supt. Sudlow goes in
the morning. The R. I. & P. will have a
splendid special service between Peoria
and the grounds during the entire week.
Wednesday morning's special will start
from Moline at 6 a. m. and leave Rock
Island at 6:15.
There, its out! When re?ently Will B.
Mclntire came borne from Superior,
Neb., which Rock Island people desire to
look upon as only his temporary abode,
his friends surmised that be had a par
ticular object in returning beyond strictly
business reasons, but Will actually denied
that there was anything of the kind in
his mission. But it now appears tbat
Will simply told a harmless and therefore
quite excusable little yarn, for in
vitations received Saturday some time,
stated that at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. E. Terry at Muscatine next
Thursday he is to wed Miss Georgia
Terry, one of Muscatine's most ch aiming
young ladies. The happy couple will go
at once to Superior to live.
Soft Coal for Bala
At my yard, corner of Eleventh street
and Ttnth avenue, at ten cents per bush
el. B. Davenport.
Aug. 30, 1889.
Fond's Extract for pain and aches. Trv
ill It gives immediate relief, then per
manent cure. The genuine is reliable.
Imitations will disappoint you.
Pim riles, boils and other hnmnra am
liable to appear when the blood gets
bested. To cure them, take Hood's 8ai
Under Rock Island Bouse.
Fin ASCI AL.
First Mortgage Farm Loans
Rate 6 J per cent and 7 per
TWO 9IILLIO 1IOLLARH
Loaned by n without loso to any client.
tCall or write for circular and references.
hAftffs at a ii S i n
l""ra aJW.cJM Ja.f-. v J
i Mffcoiut-jtaipw DAVCttPORT Id.
-is m cif
-$200.00 and Upwards-
For sale, secured on land worth from
; three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interest 7 per cent emi annually, collected and
remitted free of charge.
E. W. HURST,
Attobnky at Law
Boom 8 and i M aoonic Temp'e,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
on Improved Farms in the
Best Counties of Iowa,
The Farms were Inspected by
O. A. FICKE, ;
213 Main St.. DAVENPORT. IA.
Now to business;
No more fun.
Now's the time
To change jour tile,
Every one should
Have a KNOX Autumn style.
Lloyd & Stewart;
SOLS AGEITTS KNOX HATS,
Rock Island, 111.
IMMENSE is the onlv term that can
scouring the markets of New York, Boston and Philadelphia for the past three
weeks and now we are prepared to show the best sekcted stock in this vicinity.
Prices you will find astonishingly low.
Our dress (roods department is nilea
striped and plaid effects.
Plain Cashmeres 9c a yard.
Berlin Stripes, double fold l.rc a yard.
Tricots, double told I'c a yard.
Cashmere, all wool, 41 inches, 39c a yard.
54 inch (1J yards wide) Tricot 48c a yard.
Plaids 10c a yard.
and other bargains too numerous to mention.
We want to whisper to vou that you wi 1 save money by buying your Plush
Garments of us. More about that later.
Hock Island. Illinois.
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Geo. W. D. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance
229 Seventeenth St, under Commercial
tarFlrrt -class Insurance at lowest rates.
The following are among
ft ;). to-ta o
counters, belting, etc.. on flryt floor, and three
nwme jboTefJrlfflWiffn'lfir tut f-
ne', npper part of fourth arenne ; cheap.
i ne of the beat money-mnkine locations for mny
kind of bnstneea neat Ibe Kock Island passenger
$1,000 will bcr a dwelling with 7 rooms and
small store, well located, on lbird arenue, now
rents for $14 a month.
ST0O will bay rood bonse. fire rooms, with lot,
convenient to lower factories.
. (Inly a few of those fine lots In Mixter's addi
tion on Twenty-second and TwentjMhird streets.
Two or three acres on the bluff, fine land for
baUding or gardening.
Some of the beet lots In Dodge's addition on
$2,50 PER GALLON,
KOHN & ADLEE'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK.
Children's Shoes, worth $ .50 for .30 Ladies' Fine Shoes, worth $5.00 for 4.25
Children's Shoes, " 1.00 " .70 Ladies' Fine Shoes, " 4 50 " S 60
Children's Shoes, " 1.15" .90 Ladies' Fine Shoes. " 4 00 " 3 00
Children's Shoes, " 1.50 "1.15 Ladies' Fine Shoes, " 8 .00" 2.50
Misses' Slippers. " .75 " .50 Ladies' Fine Shoes, 2 50 2.00
Misses' Slippers, " 1.00" '75 Ladies' Lace Shoes, " 1.78" 1.00
Ladies' Slippers, " 100" .75 Base Ball Shoes, 1.00" .80
Wigwams, " .80 " ,75
Men's Fine Shoes cat down in same proportion.
Men's Low Shoes at half price.
These piices will continue until stock is'rednced.
Custom Work and repairing neatly and promptly done.
13-Call and see us.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Ayenue.
ELM STREET 8H0K 8TORE,
M29 Fifth ATeauo.
IS ROLLING IN-
describe it. Mr. C. C. Mclntire bas been
witn cbotce ana aesirauie raorics piain,
Hotel, ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
the many bargains offered:
,i nm -ill k... .ui k..... T..,tln)i .thui
tA ittjutnf ''' " '
l'"4no wiVl bnr a One H acre lot jut outaide city
limit., on bluff.
A very nice property, jnst ontside of city limits
and cits tazrx; cheap, on eay terms.
line of the neat HO arte farms, with first class
improvements in Bowiinz township; cheap.
A good bouse of eight rooms, dry cellar, water,
bain, and fine corner lot in the npper part of tho
city, convenient to the aaw mills, depot and Isl
A No. 1 bnsinea corner store and dwelling
on Moline avenue.
Two story frame dwelling, six rooms, good
cellar, well ami cistern, large barn, one half acre
of 8 ae land, well located within a few steps of
Milan street car', cheap.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.