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THE HOCK ISIiAKP AKGUS. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER ''04, 1889.-
We are forced (for want of room) to enlarge Uke another room to accorr-modate
our Increasing trad. All department that were overcrowded now enlarged, and
now ffmxla added, making the assortment more complete and the PRICE3 WERE
NBVKR80 LOW. Competitors must lose money It they meet our price.
To Introduce to the publle our enlarged od improved departments, and to do it
prompt, quick and thoroughly, will quote a few prices in our dress goods depart
meot Priors that will admit of no argument Others hare quoted and will quote
prices and describe goods that may seem much like ours, but tbey have not hereto
fore and will not now stand the test of comparison. Are yon a judge of values,
then you will know that good goods are the cheapest in the end, and what we offer
you are the cheapest as tbey are the best Commencing
-MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 23d-
Will tell one case Dress Goods, the genuine Tin Head checks, 86 inches wide at
13) cent a yard; real worth and have sold at 33 cents. Remember our price 13Jc
1350 yards Fern Cloth Dress Flannels, all wool, 40 inches wide, only 43 cents
One lot 40 inch all wool Henriettas 60 cent a yard special.
Om lot 88 inch all wool Henriettas 34 cents a yard.
1300 yards all wool Serge Drews O.mmU. 89 Inch, only 48 cents a yard.
One lot pore Lustere Mobair 50 cents a yard; big bargain.
Two rases wool dress flannels, double fold Ifjc a yard.
One lot plaid and stripe dress fltnnels. double fold, 18Jc a yard.
1.000 yards novelty plsids and stripes, all wool dress flannels, choice of the lot
60c a yard.
Bilk plushes, velvets and fancy silks wsy down.
One lot silk plush 34c a yard for this sale, worth 50c.
We can save you mnney on dress goods, come and see what we have before you
bny. Oood jacket weather last week, dozens of jackets sold. Second shipment
coming this week, can save you money on jackets as well.
1712. 1714. 1718. 1713. 1720 and 1733 Record Avkkuk. Rock Island.
Suitable for Wedding Presents, at
KINGSBURY & SONS,
tjgPCall and see them.
In competition with the Leading Refrigerators of the
United States received the highest award for economy
of ice, nsing only 12.17 as much ice as its best compet
itor and 9.17 as much as one of its would be competitors.
possesses the only provision chamber free from odors, produces a dry
cold air which no ohler can equal, and has preserved fresh meats three
weeks in the hottest weather. Produces betur 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 bent made, best flniahed and handsomest lie
frigerator in the market. There are more ALASKA Refrigerators in
me in iWk Inland than all others.
WILLARD BAKER & CO.,
SOLS AGENTS FOR ROOK 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.
1705 Secend Avenue.
THE CORNER S10NE.
Imposing Oremouies at the New
31. K. Church.
Aa Imnwrtaat Oat af lsor Mervlre la
the Preaeace af a I-ann Caaeaarae
at Praple -Bluhap Made1 A4reaa
...Peateata eftae Box.
The corner stoue of the new First H.
E. church at the corner of Nineteenth
street and F fth avenue, was laid with
imposing ceremonies, conducted by Bish
op W. X Niudo, of Topeka, Kan., and
in the presence of a large gathering of
people, who assembled about the site of
the old aid new churches at 4
p. m. yesUrday. Two platforms had
been erected for the event one with
in the terrett foundation for the of
ficiating min stry, and one immediately
outside for the
choir. There were
on the former
Elder M. A. Head,
of the M. E.
church; Rev. Q.
W. Oue. of the
First M. church;
A. B. Meldrum,
of the Central
W. S. Marquis, of the Broad
Presbyterian; Rev. Geo. E.
of the Christian Chapel;
Dr. T. N. Hasselquist, of
Augustana college; Rev. Addis Al
bro, of Mol ne; Rev. Harris, of Milan,
and Rev. Risson, of Reynolds, together
with Mayor McConochie and several
members of the municipal council. On
the other pli.tform were the well known
M. E church choir under the direction of
Mr. J. T. Noftsker and Mrs. J. F. Rob-
M. . - J .ilV-i M Tl
M. K. CirURCH AS
inson. organist, a cabinet organ having
been placed on the platform.
were opened by the singing of "All Hail
the Power cf Jesus' Name" by the choir,
when Bishc p Ninde commenced the ser
vices by re tding the set form for such
occasions. Presiding Elder Head
offered prayer, and responsive read
ing by the bishop, ministry and con
gregation fallowed. There was scrips
ture readii.g by Rev. Addis Albro,
and then the bishop delivered an
adlress of a congratulatory nature, ex
pressing hit pleasure at Iteing present.
an also speaking of the inception of
such a holy enterprise as one of anxiety
and uncertainty. At such a time it is
seldom thst perfect harmony prevails.
There is very likely to be grave differen
ce of opinion either as to the site, the
plans or the cost, and these in a more or
less degree imperil the enterprise. Rut
when the stage is reached when the cor
ner stone is to be laid, it may he readily
assumed ll. at all these diflurences are
settled. The occasion. therefore.
was one fo- the devout ratification of sol
emn rejoicing and of mutual congratula
tion. The speaker desired to congratu
late the pn siding elder of the district on
the present enterprise, tbe pastor, wbowi
faithful am. tireless efforts and labors had
brought it tbout, the board of trustees of
the church, the congregation of tbe First
M. E. chur :h and tbe entire religious sos
cieties of tae city.
WHAT THE CHURCH SHOULD BE.
A churc h, such as is to be builded.
should be one of utility, not for gay dec
orations aid vestment celebrations, but
one (test c esigned to meet lite wants of
the comph x church life of all the chris
tians of th.) city not strictly a Methodist
church, biit an armory, a magazine, a
fortress af ainst Bin and vice. It should
stand for the community idea, the broth
erhood of man, open and free to all
The choir then rendered the anthem.
'I was G ad," and Mr. .Gue, stepping to
the front of the platform, displayed a
copper bos with dimensions of 8 by 10 by
7) inches, which, was to be placed in tbe
corner stone, and he announced and
duly deposited tbe following as
Holy Bib e. presented by Dr. W. A. Panl.
Programme of the exercises of the day and
name of c erey officiating and present.
A published history entitled "Kilty Years of
Mctnoaism m nor niaiiu.
Photograph of the old and new chnrcbe.
Discipline of the M. E. church.
Copy of the Kock Island Advocate.
Copy of t he Northwestern Chrintlan Advocate,
Copy of the Broadway Cburch Visitor.
Copy of ' he Probationers Manual.
Copy of 1 he form of service used on this oe
cawion. Complct j list of membeisof the First at. K
L,it of tbe girls of the present high school
clas. by r -quest of the same.
Names i f mavor and city council.
BubscritUon list to the new buildinr.
All of the proceedings leading up to the build
ing of the new chnrcb, including names of offi
cial board stewards, architect and contractors.
Roster cf theU. A. U. Poets of Rock Island
PrograB ne of the state 1. M. C. A. convention
to be held at Peoria Oct. IS-).
Copy o1 tbe Advocate taken from tbe copper
ball in tbe steeple of the old church.
Copy ol the advertising sheet of the recent M.
I. church fair.
Copies of the Rock Island Daily A bods and
Copy ol the pamphlet "Rock Island Illustra
ted PbotogTiph of the First Baptist church at Cin
cinnati designed by the same architect, Mr.
A colon d picture of the American flag.
A sliver cup presented by Mrs. Margaret Kln
nev. and which was ned at tbe first sacra
mental a -vice held by tbe M. JE. church In hock
The box waa sealed and then placed in
the receptacle in the stone which was sus
pended over the vase on which it was
to rest, and the stone, weighing 750
pounds, was slowly lowered to its place
by Architect 8chureman and Contractor
Edwards, Bishop Ninde, Rev. Meldrum
and Mayor McConochie at Mr. Gue's re
quest, guiding its descent into position.
Bishop Ninde blessed it in the name of
the Father, Son and Holy Ghost, the
choir sang. "I Love Thy Kingdom,
Lord," and with the benediction by Mr.
Marquis, the interesting service was at
In another intermission during the ex
ercises Mr. Gue made an appeal for sub
scriptions to aid in the church building,
which was responded to to the extent of
ever f 100.
THE BUILDING AS IT WILL BR.
While the proposed edifice now being
built on plans furnished by Architect
D. 8. Schureman and by the contracting
firm of Walsh & Edwards, was fully de
scribed in the Argus at the time the
plans were accepted, a republication of
the same on this auspicious occasion will
be read with interest. The new church
will be a stately and magnificent struc
ture to be erected on the site of the old
building at the corner of Fifth avenue
and Nineteenth street. The church,
which will cost in the neighborhood
of 1 30.0OO. will be 105 feet on Fifth
avenue and 95 feet on Nineteenth
street. The two fronts will be stone laid
up ''broken ashlar" with cut s'one trim
mings. The auditorium has three en
trances one is in the tower which faces
Fifth avenue, about the center of the
building; another on the Nineteenth
street side, near the rear. The two en
trances from Nineteenth street will also
lead to the balcony which extends around
three sides of the auditorium in graceful
lines, and will add largely to the beauty
of the interior; the rear entrance on
Nineteenth street also leads to the pas
tor's study, kitchen, choir, music room
IT WILT. LOOK.
and ladies' society room. The tower en
trance will lead to the Sabbath school
room as well as tbe auditorium, another
entrance, farther west, also leading to the
Sabbath school room.
The auditorium floor is to slant from
all the outei edse toward the pulpit
which stands in the corner on Nineteenth
street and tbe south end of tbe room; the
choir is circled around the pulpit Imme
diately in the rear of and slightly above
it and will accommodate about fifty
singers; the first floor will accommodate
about 4(H) and the balcony 250, making
650 sittings in tbe auditorium, and so ar
ranged that the Sabbath school room can
be annexed to it with an opening of
twenty four feet in which works rolling
blinds ot tbe Wilson patent, which are
new here, but have been used largely
and successfully by the architect. This
will add about 300 sittings to tbe cburch.
The Sabbath school room floor is level
with tbe highest part of the auditorium
tl.-or, whi cb is about five feet above the
sidewalk, and in addition to tbe first
floor, it also has a balcony that will hold
150 pupils, and a visitors' gallery that
will accommodate fifty and an infant
room tor 100, making a total of 600
scholars that can be nicely accommodat
Bull, ! o Mm an, MhW
room are so arranged that , tbey can be
divided into thirteen rooms almost in
Btantly with tbe Wilson blinds.
The building will also contain a thor
oughly equipped kitchen, dining room,
parlors, committee room, music room,
society rooms, library, toilet rooms for
ladies and gentlemen fitted up with hot
and cold water. Parlors and ladies'
rooms are conveniently located and con
nected to the kitchen with a dumb waiter,
and comfort and elegance appear in all
The church construction is advancing
rapidly, and with fair weather it is ex
pected will be under roof this fall. The
edifice will be a great ornament to Rock
Island architecture as well as a blessing
Of PI a ah riaaka at StrfTeaa.
In order to make room for our large
stock of new ladies' and misses' cloaks,
we will put on sale for the next ten days
500 plush garments at prices that will
defy all competition. These goods are
all new and in the very latest styles.
Our entire cloak room will, during this
sale, be devoted to the display of noth
ing but plush garments, which, owing to
the fact that we bought tbem very early,
and in immense quantities, we can safely
state are the cheapest lot of plush cloaks
ever offered in tbe three cities.
This will give the ladies an opportun
ry of purchasing a plush garment at a
real bargain. Respectfully,
226, 228, 230, West 2d St., corner of
2d and Harrison Sta., Davenport.
Beware af the JParlar JIatea.
An incident showing the danger of the
parlor match happened in the home of
Congressman Gest this afternoon, when
his daughter, Miss Kittie, lit a parlor
match and an instant later a portiere in
the same room was in flames. A particle
of the burning lucifer had lodged in tbe
curtin. The fire was quickly subdued.but
the occurrence demonstrated that some
matches are made .that are not fit to go
-M I-J,fc BIT Pa, 1. 1 : A iNS0
ARNOLD'S GRAND 0PENTJT5"
Aa Aaaaaaee aaeat ExtraareHaarr,
aad Oae that will latereat allCat
We announce with pleasure that our
grand opening of fall and winter styles In
our cloak department will be held on
Wednesday, Sept. 25th, and continue
through the week. We extend a cordial
invitation to the ladies of tbe three cities
to visit us and see our display of new and
beautiful styles, most of them being total
novelties in this locality.
Our department proper contains the
richest, most elegant and varied assort'
inent of cloth and plush garments ever
shown by us, and this means the grand
est display that has yet taken place in
this section. We show an unequalled
siock or light and heavy cloth jackets in
an me new effects of color and style.
Our designs in the way of newmarkets
are most beautiful and a delight to the
eye. We show the directoire in many
different ideas. We have the shawl-collar
newmarket in plain, embroidered designs,
we have all the Persian novelties in a
variety of dressy and serviceable gar
ments; in short we show several bun
dreds of styles in all varieties and grades
of cloths and consider this subrdepart
ment worthy of an extra inspection.
Our plush garments are more elegant
than ever and are strictly reliable for
wear. We take pride in saying that we
have procured after much labor in East
ern markets tbe best wearing plush
manufactured. It is a well known fact
that after nearly twenty years of service
in giving honest values to our patrons,
we have acquired a reputation second to
none, and we do not propose to let it
vanish now. We think our reputation is
our proudest possession, and having
this in mind throughout all our
purchases, we determined to buy good
goods and have received tbem at prices
that will obtain for us the patronage that
our stock justly merits.
In all our score of years of experience
in catering for the cloak trade of the
three cities and surrounding country, we
have never known prices so low or near
ly so low as they are this year. It is
quantity that we count on. We are con
lent with the least possible living profit
on our goods, but we propose to sell
many times the quantity that we sold in
former years. We bought in quantities
never before has our stock been half so
large. This fact alone reduces prices
most wonderfully, and by anceasing ef
fort toward the main object we propose
to do more than we have ever done be
fore the cloak trade of the surrounding
country. Call and see us. We extend
you a hearty invitation to our open
ing Sept. 25. to 28 inclusive. We will
show you our children's department, re
plete with all novelties and durable gar
ments. The little ones are provided for
better than ever.
And while you are here, take a look at
our well-selected stock of ladies' fancy
and furnishing goods, hosier? underwear.
handkerchiefs, gloves, table linens, etc.
all departments having just received ad
ditions of new and novel good9.
129 West Second Street, Davenport.
Dancing school at Armory hall Wed
Prize shooting this week at Amenl's
Six shots for ten cents at Billy Ament's
Eli Mosenfelder, of M. & K.. is in
Chicago on business.
The boys are having lots of sport at
Billy Ament's shooting gallery.
Mrs. George Lehnerer, who has been
dangerously ill, is on tbe mend.
Down with high prices Pillsbury's
Best only f 1.45 per sack at May's.
A choice lot of Michigan free stone
peaches just rebeived at Truesdale's.
Mr. E. E. Abbott, of Clinton, was in
tbe city today visiting friends in his old
Switchmen's Union. No. 2 will give a
dance at Armory ball on tbe evening of
Everybody invited to attend the free
shooting exhibition at Billy Ament's
shooting gallery tonight.
Mr. J. E. Hawthorne left this morning
for Iowa City to take a two years' course
in the Iowa dental college.
The Woman's Improvement guild of
Trinity church will meet at the rectory
tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock.
iraca laying operations were com
menced on tbe Main street line of the
Holmes sysiem in Davenport this morn
j. r . calkins, tr., or Aioiine, was
granted a divorce from his wife in the
circuit court last evening, on the ground
General Passenger and Freight Agent
Stockhouse. of tbe R I. & P., and wife,
left for 1'eoria this morning to attend
Uu atata fair. --
General Superintendent II. B. Sudlo
of tbe R. I. & P. left for Chicago this
morning, whence he goes to Peoria to
attend the fair.
Mr. Fred Hass and bis brother-in-law.
Mr. Wm. Myers, of Coal V alley, left last
evening on a business ami pleasure trip
to Minneapolis and St. t'aul.
Messrs. Lewis and George Wilson, Miss
Lottie Wilson and Miss Anna Simmons,
of Rural, composed a party who left for
Nebraska today on a visit to relatives.
Lieut. James Normoyle will leave for
r on uraay. oiicn., in a lew days to go
on regular duty, lie has many friends
in Rock Island who will watch bis mlli
tary career with much interest.
Messrs. Harry Bostock, of this city, and
J. W. McPberson, of Mohne. the newlv
appointed deputy internal revenue collec
tor and gusger respectively, left for Peo
ria this morning to get instructions from
Mr. Chas. Motz, the barber on Second
avenue, near Fifteenth street, is the
busiest man in town today. Tonight at
Davenport he is to wed Miss Hannah
Kasmussen, one of Davenport's best
woroner iiawes was unable to ascer
tain any new facts about the floater found
in Rock river, and tbe jury returned a
verdict that it was tbe body of an un
known man whose death occurred at a
time and place to the jury unknown.
The Woodbino Mining company, of Ou
ray, Colo., in which several in tbe three
cities are interested, has recently pur.
chased what is known as tbe "Big Ele
phant load" at Ouray, and will operate it
at once on an extensive scalo.
The city has constructed a raised plat
form to permit the Puoenix bose compa
ny lee-way when going out of its
house. Tbe platform is high and no in
cline was made on the north and south
aide. It ought to be altered.
Tbe Israelites of Rock Island will ob
serve the new year 5649 which com
mences at 6 o'clock tomorrow night and
ends twenty-four hours later, with ser
vices at u. A. K. ball at 7:30 tomorrow
evening and at 10 the following morn
The special on the R. I. & P. starts
from Moline at 6 o'clock Thursday mora
ing instead of tomorrow, and leaves
Rock Island at 6:15. A special comes
over from Peoria tomorrow night. Con
ancior , Aula took out two more extra
A reception was given at the residence
of Capt. T.J. Robinson last evening in
honor of Bishop Ninde, who was the
captain's guest, and the official board of
the First M. E. church. An elaorate
feast was spread and afterward the board
held a business session.
Messrs. W. A. Meese and L. N. Ek
lund, of Moline, went to Peoria this
moining on business pertaining to the U.
A. O. D. They instituted a flourishing
grove at Eewanee last week and say that
Rock Island has now one of the most
promising groves in the state.
The City of Winona passed down yes
terday with the largest lumber raft that
ever went down the river. She was two
days in getting it down from Le Claire in
four pieces. There are in it 525 cribs,
fifteen strings wide and thirty-five cribs
long. Tbe raft contains 6,000.000 feet of
And now the Argus in the estimation
of tbe yahoo is an "unprincipled sheet. "
and "seeks to cast discredit on that fe
male postal clerk," simply because it
laughed at the way the Union was taken
in the other morning. The yahoo will
learn if he gives attention to tbe subject
that all tbe clerks who ride in tbe mail
car of the train are invariably either mail
clerks or male clerks or both.
R. G. Allen and W. Rhines, late of the
Davenport base ball club, two as gentle
manly ball players as' ever graced a dia
mond.left last evening for Chicago where
they will remain a week. Mr. Allen will
go to his home in Pauling, Ohio, where
be takes a position in the bank of that
place, of which his brother is president.
Mr. Rhines will attend school this winter.
Both have made many friends in Daven
port, who regretted to see them leave.
Mr. James Marsh, Samuel Webb,
Thomas Gray and Thomas Grant left for
Coal Valley this morning. A por
tion of the party will gather nuts,
while the others will go gunning. Dan
Oberg conveyed the party to the valley.
They intend to look over the poor farm
when on the trip, and the driver says be
will drive off his mule team and leave the
company at the county farm to remain
until the glass works start up. They are
sure of good feed and plenty of it when
in the care of Steward Dow.
TJ. 8. Signal Owes, I
Waihlngton,U.C.,Sept. 24. f
For the next 24 hours for Illinois:
Light rains; cooler.
Pond's Extract for pain and aches. Trv
it! It nives immediate relief, then tr.
manent cure. The genuine is reliable.
Imitations will disappoint you.
"I cannot praise Hood's Sarsaparilla
half enough," says a mother, whose son,
almost blind with scrofula, was cured by
BLANCH ARI-GALLUP Sept. s!4th, 1S89, at
Trinil y chnrrh. Davenport, the Her. J. C. Garrett
officiating, William Blanchard and Lucy Gallnp,
boih of Rnck island, from the residence of Mr
C. C. Taylor
Under Rock Island noose.
for Sale. .
Rate 6J per cent and 7 per
TWO MIL.L.IOK noLLARH
Loaned by us without loss to any client.
(VCall or write for circular and references.
iiasitTfcidP Davenport Id.
IN SUMS OF
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interest 7 per cent semi annually, collected and
remitted free of charge.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Booms 3 and 4 Masonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
on Improved Farms in the
Best Counties of Iowa.
The Farms were Inspected by
a A. FICKE,
213 Main St., DAVENPORT, IA.
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 selected stock in this vicinity.
Prices you will find astonishingly low.
Our dress goods department is filled
striped and plaid-effects.
Plain Cashmeres, 9a a yard.
Berlin Stripes, double fold 15c a yard.
Tricots, double fold 17c a yard.
Cashmere, all wool, 4' inches 39c a yard.
54 inch (1J yards wide) Tricots 48c a yard.
Plaids 10c a yard.
and other bargains too numerous to mention.
We want to whisper to you thst you will 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
EVFiret -class Insurance at lowest rates.
The following are amone;
A (food bulldine, with store 18x:. and 2 rooms,
counters. rbelvinK. etc.. on first floor, and three
rooms above; water up and down stairs, (rood
cellar, barn, etc.. 1jtJ1?i.lff' w-ll i.u-m...l fox BMM.i
m. .ji-v n -: n.;. v i
. 'lie ui luv uvii uitiucyiiiai,iK unraiiuMff lui ail
kind of business near the Kork Island passenger
(1.000 will buy a dwelling with 7 rooms and
small store, well located, on Third avenue, now
rents for f 14 a month.
TOO will buy a rood house, five rooms, with lot,
convenient to lower factories.
Only a few of those fine lots in Mixter's addi
tion on Twenty-second and Twenty-third streets.
Two or three acres on the bluff, flue land for
building or gardening.
Some of the beat lots in Dodge's addition on
$2,50 PER GALLON,
KOHN & ADLEE'S,
POST OFFICB BLOCK.
Children's Shoes, worth $ .50 for .30 Ladies' Fine Shoes, worth 15.00 for 4.25
Children's Shoes, " 1.00 " .70 Ladies' Fine Shoes, " 4 50 " S 50
Children's Shoes, " 1.15" .90 Ladies' Fine Shoes, " 4 00 " 8 00
Children's Shoes, " 1.50" 1.15 Ladies' Fine Shoes, " 8 .00" 2.50
Misses' 81ippers, " .75 " .50 Ladies' Fine Shoes, rt 2 50 2.00 -
Misses' Slippers, " 1.00 -75 Ladies' Lace 8hoes, 1.78" 1.00
Ladies' Slipper, 100" ,75 Base Ball Shoes, - 1.00" .80
Wigwams, " .80 " .75
Men's Fine Shoes cut down in same proportion.
Men's Low Shoes at half price.
These pi ices will continue until stock isjeduced.
Custom Work and repairing neatly and promptly done,
3Call and see us.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Avenue.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE,
2929 Fifth Arena.
IS ROLLING IN-
describe it. Mr. C. C. Mclntire has been
with choice and desirable fabrics plain,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
the many bargains offered:
tl.000 will buy a neat house on Twentieth street
A good lot on the bluff In Rodman's sub-divis
ion, crieart. . ...-t.tt:.-.
A very nice property, just ontside or cuy limns
and city taxes; cheap, on eaiy terms.
Une of the best 8(1 acre farms, with first class
improvements in Bowling township; cheap.
A good bouse of eight rooms, dry cellar, water,
bain, and fine comer 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 and cistern, large barn, one-half acre
of fine land, well locairtl within a few steps of
M ilan street car, cheap.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
into a house.
coaches this morning.