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THIS HOCK 1ST j AND AHGUS. MONDAY, OCTOliEK , 1889.
Mns93, handled, pulled, drag
pled. 100 dozen Turkish
Towels, bought less than half pilseon ac
count of condition. Many dozens would
pas for clean.
25 dozen at 4c etch, balance 10c eacb.
Including immense izs. Bath towels
25x47 at 10c worth 25c In regular way.
You'll not see the like again, alao includes
a lot of great big oat meal towel size
21i24 at 10c each. The lot consists of
numerous tjloa, 'r and cnt!itirna, all
pricra up to 25c. We can only mention
one or two of tbe startlers.
On Tuesday A. M. we shall place on
aale 20 black hare muff at 25c each.
On Wednesday A. M. we ahall open
about 80 piccea more of tboae dreaa and
trimminiz plushes at 25c a yard.
TMe lot will not be duplicated, and ia
the final shipment of our large early
1712. 1714. 17lf713. 1720 and 1723 Second Avknuk. Rock Island.
A. Pine Line
Suitable for Wedding Presents, at
KINGSBURY & SONS,
ESfCall and see them.
To 1725 Second Avenue,
Xtxt DoortoCnuiipton's I3ookstort
5TThe iuMic is cordially invited to inspect our
th fine west of Chicago without any exception.
$ $ 8
i CUK. IiflADY AND SECOND,
rT Hex k Island people are
quarters whiln in the city. Remember the place for bargains in
is one array of beauty with its loads of new
Wall Paper, Curtains
Call and make your selections from the Largest stock,
tbe Newest Patterns and Lowest prices.
we open a big lot of
In our new room. To attract prompt
and careful inspection of this department
we will place on sale Monday A. H. Oct.
7, a big lot of black-birds, huramin g-birds,
and s pai rows at tbe one price 25c each.
Remember these are genuine birds and
not made of fancy feathers.
Also 5 doz"n bunches ostrich tips (3 in
bunch) for this week 35c per bunch.
A lot of No. 5 fancy ribbon Ac a yd;
No. 7 at 8c; No. 9 plain groa grain and
watered ribbons at only 11c a yard.
Miss Adams, our Chicago trimmer, has
has arrived and is fast putting shape, style
and fashion into tbe finest lotof millinery
we have ever shown . All ladies are most
eordilly invited to call and look over the
"tart" styles we are producing. Many
original ideas cannot be seen elsewhere.
1705 Secend Avenue.
i Ol r
ine uavenpon anoe lo..
invited to make our store head
Patrick Wel.h's Hitter Attack on
A Meamattoaal Aetata Before am Iaa-
enae Aaale are at Harper's) Theatre
Itrlft r the Keaaarka.
Mr. Patrick Welch, of Schoolcraft.
Mich., delivered an address at Harper's
theatre yesterday afternoon before an
audience completely filling tbe house, on
Catholicism an 1 Protestantism, the pur
pose of tbe speaker being to set forth his
reasons for d setting the former belief
for the latter idea of religious thinking.
Mr. Welch appeared alone on the stage
and addressed nimself to his task without
introduction. Ite first offered a brief
prayer, and at the beginning of his re
mark Muted that be was present unin
vited and wit individually responsible
for what he would say; he was to apeak
in behalf of, or under tbe auspices, of no
organization, society or sect. He paid all
expenses and was responsible to no one
but his Heavenly Father, and no one was
responsible fcr his remarks. He then
attempted to c raw a contrast between the
primitive Christianity of tbe first century
when Christ came to earth to walk and
to teach among the lowly, and the papal
Christianity cf the sixth and seventh cen
turies. He hul not, Kg many bad been
led to believe, deserted Catholicism.
"What there is of Catholicism in relig
ion," be said, "I love; but what there is
of Romanism nd popery. I abhor." Ever
since he bad taken the oath of allegiance
to tbe United States he bad avoided vot
ing as the R mans did. The church of
tbe pope, he termed, the church of a
foreigner. Tie pope, he asserted, was
hated no wbee as by his own subjects at
home, and limes were fast changing
in the forms of religious devotion in the
ancient city where is located tbe head of
the Roman Catholic church. Twenty
years ago one would have been arrested
for reading the testament or repeating
the Lord's prayer on tbe streets of Rome;
oow you may see tbe sign in plainly
written letters "American Bible Society,"
directly opposite tbe Vatican.
Tbe speaker's first reason for his oppo
Mtion to the Roman Catholic church was
as he termed it, its idolatry, which is con
trary to biblo teachings and Q.xl'a com
mandment. "Thou shalt have none other
god's but nn; thou shalt not bow down
to them nr woTship them." no then
spoke to the Roman usage of the Image
of the Savioirand tbe worship of tbe Vir
gin Mary. Mary was, he asserted tbe
Koreans' real god and ten prayers were
offered to M try, to one lo God. He spoke
of tbe vitriol 9 symbols of worship pecu
liar to Romanism and exhibited some of
tbe same. including the amulet given him
by his motht r as a charm againstevil and
worn by him until he reached the stage
when be denounced Catholicism. This
he alluded to as a "rag" and said "where
anyone trusts to a rag or a metal or any
thing but Or d. claiming they are Ood, is
an idolater. He then arraigned the
protestants for sending their children to
Roman Catl olic schools and Laving these
ideas of ido worship instilled into their
minds. As for him, be would not give a
copper for a car load of such parapher
nalia; yet ti e priests tncourage this non
sense and su perstition. Tbe priests in fact
control the minds and acts of their re
ligious subjects, they even tell them how
tbey shall vte and tbey dare not act in
disobedience to them, ne cited an In
stance as he said, where in Ontario coun
ty, New York, a priest had received $10,
taai (or the political vote of bis parish.
His seconi reason for renouncing po
pery was tbit its chief worship was in a
dead tongui, which he termed prattle.
His third reason for renouncing tbe
papal form of devotion was tbe founda
tion of tbe relief. Tbe foundation was
bad admit . in- tbe theories lo be true. It
is asserted that tbe church was founded
on Peter by the Divine Lord, and for
proof of this, reference is made to tbe
lsth verse of tbe 10 in chapter of
Matthew, a hich reads:
A n4 I say onto tve. thoa art Peter, and npon
this riK k 1 h i I build my rbunh ; and the gate ul
bi ll shall nut ,revil against it.
But a few more verses on tbe 25th of
Uie same chapter of tbe same book, tbe
speaker said, we And this passage:
Rnt he turned and u d unto Peter, Get tbee
behind me, M.tan; thoo art an offense onto me;
for thon savo-IM not the thing thai be of Uod,
but those that be of men.
Now, continued Mr. Welch, there is a
strange conflict here, and according to
the latter verse of tbe two, Jesus has
said to Peier get tbee behind me Satan;
so if the R man church is built on Peter
it must be built on Satan.
The cbuTh has been called, be went
on to say, the bride of Ood. "Now if
Qod is married lo tbe Roman Catholic
church.it ii time for a divorce." "If there
is a Roman Catholic within
the reach of my voice" said
the speakf r,"tbe greatest enemy you have
is your priest, who fattens on jour ignor
ance. Tbe greatest enemy I ever had
was a Roman Catholic faith. Tbe priests
practice I heir impositions upon the ig
norant people: This is not so much the
case here, as in Ireland. In Ireland noth
ing ia heard of but popery "even the
boys bark at it."
lie then entered into a discussion of
the indigencies permitted by Pope Leo
the Tenth, in the sixteenth century, which
were no loss, he asserted, than a license
to cotnmi . crime at so much a license, ac
cording t the nature of the crime. Fur
ther than this, he had as late as four years
ago, see 2 in this country, "a ticket to
heaven f jr twenty-five cants." signed by
an archb ahop. He referred to tbe abso
lution, cc nfession, etc., as mockery, and
all were -egulated according to the prices
paid. The same he claimed to be true of
tbe services. They were fixed upon tbe
basis of the price paid "tl for a low
mass, and $7.50 for a high mass. Low
mass was alow freight, but high mass was
a means of taking one through pergatory
by lightning express." Tbe proper aps
plicatioi. he said ia: "High money, high
mass; low money, low mass; no money.no
He thin challenged any priest to prove
tbe cont latency ot the foundation of the
Roman Catholic church, and anyone to
find in the Roman Catholic bible any ref
erence to mass, transubstantiation abso
lution, and if it could be done he would
publish to the world his determin
ation to never again open his lips
on this subject.
Ha ridiculed the idea of the infallibility
of the pope, spoke of him as a foreign
despot who fattens on ignorance, who
has plsced the shackles on the people of
famishing Ireland. He termed the Ro
man Catholic church a bydraheaded mon
ster, absorbing millionsjof money which
was daily laid out for its worthless cere
monies. In conclusion Mr. Welch gaye a short
sketch of his life and religious experi
ences. Born in Ireland and named after
one of its patron saints, he was brought
up in the thorough knowledge and fear of
the Roman church. He believed that
his changelof religious views had come
through tbe influence ot the spirit
of Ood which had opened his eyes.
The last time he went to confession
it was at Geneva, N. Y., and the priest
he said, was drunk. This served as an
awakening to him and he began to think.
He compared the Protestant and the
Catholic bible and determined to accept
the former as the true version of God's
word, ne told of the mental suffering he
endured during bis change of thought aud
soul, and he believed Ood wrought the
change after prayer for enlightenment.
For twenty -nine years now had he been
exposing the errors of Cstholism and
proclaiming the devine reality of God
and Christ as he believed. In converting
Roman Catholics to the Protestant idea
he had the best luck among the French
Canadians and Germans; it would in his
belief, require a special act of Providence
"to change an Irishman.'
Mr. Welch speaks with an Irish accent,
is a fairly good speaker, and he endules
largely in sarcasm and wit.
THE GLASS WORKS START
Mr. Fhil Mltrhell'a Kelara frata the
East Attended hj- the Kindling
or the Klrr thla Morning Tt- I'row
peeia. Mr. Pbil Mitchell returned from Syra
cuse, N. Y., Ia9t night where he has been
in consultation with the officers of the
United Glass Company, which recently
purchased the Rock Island works, among
the others in Illinois, and of wbich Mr.
Mitchell was himself elected a trustee.
I ne result or Air. Mitchell s return wa9
tbat one furnace at tbe Rock Island work s
was started this morning and tbe other
will be started as soon as men can be
had. There are eleven skilled blowers
in Rock Island and others will begin to
arrive now that the works have resumed.
It will be ten or twelve days before tbe
furnaces can heat up sufficiently to permit
The fact that Mr. Mitchell is a trustee
in the corporation now having control of
tbe works, will be gratifying intel
ligence to the people of Rock Island, as
while he has nothing particular to do
with the works in Rock Island, holding
tbe same relative position as regards all
tbe plants owned by tbe corporation, he
may be reasonably expected to have an eye
to the interests of Rock Island in keep
ing the factory here. Mr. H. C. Sohafer
remains as superintendent of the Rock
Island, works and his control of tbe works
will be absolute so far as Rock Island is
Tbe soda fountain must go.
There was thin ice this mornine.
Underwear at the Oolden Eagle.
Dictionaries 12 cents at the Fair.
Tbe Oolden Eagle for underwear.
Underwear sale at tbe Oolden Eagle.
Interesting Mclntire Bros', adver
tisement. Certain Read Mclntire Bros." adver
tisement. Attend tbe underwear sile at tbe Ool-
Karl Gardner in "Fatherland" at the
Dictionaries 5(H) is all they have; call
early at tbe Fair. .
tl underwear onlv 50 cents this week
at tbe Golden Eagle.
All this week special underwear sale at
the Oolden Eagle.
Davenport's new steam roller seems to
give great satisfaction.
Mr. Ous Tegeler Intra for Bt. Louis
tonight to attend tbe fair.;;
A telephone was put in the postofQce
today. The cumber ia 1201.
Prof. John Biehl leaves for St. Louis
tonight to play at the great fair.
Call and see tbe fine new lina of goods
all the latest novelties at the Fair.
Water proof cloth suitable for dresses,
54 inches wide, 88 cents at Mil tire 'a.
Tbe Unitarian church of Davenport is
celebrating ita twenty-first anniversary.
Remember you can buy underwear at
half price at tbe Oolden Eagle this week
'BUT Payne, of Zuma. was in the city
todav, having a love feast with Boss
School children should not be without
one of those 12 cent dictionaries at the
For sale a square hard cial stove by
Dr. A. B. McUandless, 301 Twentieth
There will be an oyster and ice cream
sociable at tbe South Park chapel Thurs
The finest parlor lamps ever brought
to the city will be placed on sale on Mon
day at tbe Fair.
Tbe funeral of Mrs. Regula Roth was
held yesterday afternoon, Rev. C. A.
Tbe meeting to complete tbe organiza
tion of tbe eight hour league will be held
at UUlier'a ball tonight.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Eckerman wish to
express their thanks to all who assisted
them in their late bereavement.
Tbey are no book dealers, but have 500
dictionaries at 12 cents 32.000 words
a nd 900 illustrations at the Fair.
The C B. & Q train for St. Paul
jumped tbe track at Moline Saturday
night and delayed all trains several
The largest, finest and cheapest line of
overceata to be found in tbe three cities
is at the Oolden Eagle. Be sure to call
Mr. and Mrs. D. Bisant desire to pub
licly express their thank a to relatives,
friends and neighbors for kindness during
their recent affliction.
88centi a yard Mclntire Bros, give
you this week, ailk failes in colors and
black for 88 cents compare with f 1 silks
48 cents A ridiculous price for 54 ,
inch tricots, but Mclntire Bros, sell them !
for 49 cents a yard this week must have
cost more to manuiacture.
The trouble in Moline between tbe
city authorities and the Central electric
railway is quiet again. How long it will
remain so, it is unsafe to predict.
Rev. W. 8. Marquis, of the Broadway
Presbyterian cbnrcb, exchanged pulpits
with Rev. J. B. Little, of tbe First Presby
terian church, at Davenport last even
ing. Special underwear sale the Oolden
Eigle will all this week sell underwear
at half the regular prices. This is done
as a starter for fall trade. Are you with
50 cent underwear only 25 cents; 75
cent goods, 40 cents; $1 goods going for
50 cents, and all through the Oolden
Eagle will sell underwear at half price
Mrs. D. C. Eldridge, one of the oldest
pioneers of Scott county, died Saturday
evening, aged eightyvtwo years. She
had lived in Davenport forty-five years
Cloaks Mclntire Bros, take pleasure
in saying that they haven't an old gar
ment in their establishment everything
new. You can't be sure of that fact
everywhere. Look them over.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Roth, whose wed
ding trip was so sadly Interfered with by
tbe death of Mr. Roth's mother, reached
home Saturday evening. They proceed
ed no further than Cleveland.
The 20fiih anniversery of the first
Germans in America was celebrated by a
grand demonstration in Davenport yes
terday, in which the Turners of Rock
Island and others participated.
Judge Nathuniel French, of Davenport,
has determined to retire frc-jt the bar and
devote his time exclusively to the Eagle
Manufacturing company of that city, of
hich be is secretary and treasurer.
The grand jury reassembled at noon,
nineteen being present. This afternoon
they indicted Harry White, Wm. Evans.
Wm. Howard and John Manley, for tbe
C, R. I. & P. burglary. The men will
A jury in the county court today ad
iudedMry E. Cox, of Hampton, aged
fifty, incapable of mar aging her affairs,
and recommended the appointment of a
conservator. The judge will appoint
The Northern Illinois Teachers' asso
ciation will hold its next meeting at En
glewood. (Chicago,) Friday and Saturday
of this week. Tbe superintendents and
several of the principals of the schools of
Rock Island and Moline will attend.
The council may be called upon to
night to provide for pavinz extensions
and also to act with regard to gates at
ihe railroad crossings on Eighteenth and
Twenty-fourth streets. In both of these
subjects it should unhesitatingly carry
out its past policy. The paving enter
prise should be encouraged and the gates
provided at both the streets named.
Mr. S. M. St. Clair, representing
Frank Ilie' Iilutrtied Xeteptiper, is
in the city. Mr. St Clair is a staff cor.
respondent and artist for this popular
journal, and is desirous of printing an
illustrated write np-of Rock Island if
satisfactory arrangements can be made
Nothing would belter advertise the city
in me east, as wen as throughout the
country at large.
From Sept. 4th to Oct. 19th. the C.
R I. & P. railway will sell Thursdays of
each week round trip excursion tickets at
reduced n.tes to Chicago exposition.
Tickets limited to Monday following date
of sale. On Thursdays, Sept. 19th and
October 10th, tickets to above point will
be sold for one fare for round trip. AH
other excursion days rate will be fare and
one-third; twenty-five cents added for
admission to exposition.
Frank Bowman, who presides with
grace and dignity over the Rock Island
bouse bar, baa a snake not snakes, but
a tingle snuke. It is of the South Amer
ica type of reptile beauty and came in a
buncb of bananas, and waa found by C.
Dueback, a news agent running on the
Q. between Rock Island and St. Loui9.
It is about two-and a half feet long, and
is erjoying life. Bowman proposes to
present it to the Academy of Science at
Davenport, as it is believed to be of a
Conductor D. Bisant. of the C, R. I.
& P., who has been running into Rock
Island for a number ot years, first on tbe
C. M. & St. P.. and later on tbe C. R
I. fc P., has !een given, the vestibule
train running out of Denver on the Rock
Island rotrte. and he will move his family
to that city this month. .Mr. Bisant is a
railroad man from the ground up. having
not only served lor a number of years
successfully as a conductor, but was at
one time trainmaster on a western road.
Many will regrel the removal of himself
and family from Rock Island.
Mr. II . Deutsch, 111 West Second
street. Davenport, will continue his
special cloitk sile until Oct. 15 for the
benefit of those who could not attend the
bargain sale. Etch and every lady pur
chasing a plush cloak will be presented
with a most beautiful plush muff. Ladiea.
do not aiM tht goiiien opportunity while
it lasts. Mr. Deutsch, who is known far
and wide as tbe leding cloak detier of
the west, wishes to announce that his
stock of cloaks and wraps this season is
larger and handsomer than ever, com
prising all the leading styles and pat
terns, and his low prices cannot be dupli
cated by anyone. Remember the place.
No. Ill West Second street, Davenport.
uison ana iioiaori are matched for a
100-yard race at Central park, Daven
port. The stakes are f 73.
Tbe Monmouth club gave a nine from
this city a lesson in base ball yesterday,
to tbe tune of 0 to 0.
A sporting event occurred on the Hop
fields yesterday, when Whittick and Ty
ner. two moulders at tbe stove works,
ran 100 yards. Tyner won and $75
It is not necessary that the public
should go to a one horse livery forfuner
al carriages, as they can get them for $3
at any stable.
W. J. Kerr and Fhick & IIa.nsgen.
Bennett's Olove Itore.
This week 25 dozen ladies Foster book
fine kid glove only 85 cents. Gents
driving gloves, fine dreos and street
gloves. Ladies gloves fitted. Geo. Ben
nett, 1605 Second avenue.
V. 8. Sishal Oprica, I
Washington, U. C, Oct, 7. f
For the next 24 hours for Illinois:
Son Coal for Bale
At my yard, corner of Eleventh street
and Tanth avenue, at ten cents per bush-l-
Aug. 30, 1889.
For Saia or Beat.
I will sell my house on Elm street on
easy terms, or will rent the same to good
tenant. Enquire of J. C. Adams or Mrs.
O.J. Dimick, on the premises.
Pimples, boils and other humors are
liable to appear when the blood get
heated. To cure them, take Ilood'a Bar.
Hard Coal aret.
Blacksmiths' coal, grate and egg,
7.50; stove, No. 4 and nut, t7.75 per
ton, screened and delivered; 25 cents
per ton discount allowed if paid within
ten days. Channel coal for grates, $0
per ton. Now is the time to buy.
E. O. Frazkb.
C. A. Steel, - - Manager.
MONDAY EVE., OCT. 7ta.
The Great German Corned .an And Sweet Singer,
in nip nw rotnsn'tr
I'ndcr management of Sidhkt K. Ellis.
Mr. Gardner will sine the following New Songs :
"Hhnt Your Eye Tightly and Open Tonr MoutU"
"German Hwell," "Pretty Bobolink,"
And the greatest of all succetaea,
THK LI LOCH."
Prices SI 00. 75, 50 and ic. Sale opens three
daya in advance.
Cbas. A. Steel, - - Mauager.
WEDNESDAYEVE., O0T. 9.
BEACH aV BOWEllS'
AndfinpMt Lniformed Hand in the World.
O Tarenty-flve d atingnlrhed Ar O "t
v tints. A vast Organisation. '
Beyond qnentlon tJroater. Better and Superior to
all U 1 .. ... .1 ... . 1. .
w 1 1 .n iwiitiiiiii hit; (..in aim rtri't-iiv. limiting
it an ideal and real mobilisation of all
Monnrchs of the Minstrel World
onr last vtoit. Watch for our grand Jockey-nni-
iur reu nana. Mreet parade at noon.
rnc b ou ami a ct-nie.
C. A. Steel, - Manager.
Three Xighta and Sa'nrlay Matinee,
THURSDAY, OCT., 10th.
Lndcrthe management of Mr. A. K. Wilber.
Thursday "Kacaped from the Law."
Friday "Kalnely Accused." "The Lawyer De
tective." Saturday "The Black Spider."
Matinee (Siturday) at :30, "The Crystal Slip
per, or. Little Ciuderella."
And New Dances.
Admission 10, 20 and 30c.
Reserved peats at usual place.
M. KICK, Manager.
Under Rock Island Bouae.
First Mortgage Farm Loans
Rate 6 per cent and 7 per
TWO MILLIO IIOLLARH
Loaned by ns without loss to any client .
ECCall or write for circular and references.
l oic.TtPWi)AVtNP0RT la.
in strata or
$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
Rooms 3 and 4 Masonic Tenap'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.
Give certain and sure satisfaction for the money expended.
' On this platform we stand preeminently at the front '
Below a few only of the feast of good things for this
week. In our SILK DEPARTMENT we offer in
blacks and colors
SILK FAILE AT 88 CENTS.
Compare with similar gooda offered at $100 elsewhere Splendid
value at 88 cts.
Dress Goods Department.
52 inch all wool dress flannels.
54 inch tricots
54 inch waterproof cloth
Double fold stripes
Doable fold Tricots. .
Plaids at 8 to lOo and up,
at away down prices.
Not a last year's garment in the house everything splc-span new
bristling with Rtyle and prices bottom you will want some of them
plushes, plain cloths, braided, combinations etc.
We will save you money.
Rock Island. Illinois.
Geo. W. D. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth St., under Commercial
lyFirpt-clasa Insurance at lowest rates.
The folio wide; are among
A pood buildinu, with More lSi tJ, and 3 mtma,
conntiTH, unelvitig, etc.. on first flitor. and three
rooms above ; w;iter tip and down atalra, eood
cellar, barn, etc., lot i'mfjo. well located for bual
nea", npperparl of Fourth avenue; cheau-
.v.V... WH.-w..hiiK locations lor any
kind ot bustnere neai tbe Kock Island passenger
$1,000 will buy a dwelling with 7 room and
amall tore, well located, onl bird avenue, now
rent for JU a month.
1700 will boy a eood bouae. Bye room, with lot,
convenient to lower fartorieo.
Only a few of tnoxe tine lotK in Mixtcr'a addi
tion on Twenty-aecona and 1 wenty-luird streets.
Two or three a' re on the bluff, tine land for
building or gardenine-
Some of tbe best lots in Dodge 'a addition on
$2,50 PER GALLON,
KOHN & ADLER'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK.
Children's Shoes, worth $ .50 for .30
Children's Shoes, ' 1.00 " .70
Children's Shoes, " 1.15" .90
Children's 8hoea. " 1.50 1.15
Misses' Slippers, " .75 .50
Hisses' Slippers, " 1.00 " -75
Ladies' Slippers, " 1 00 " ,75
Wigwams, " .90 " .75
Men's Pine Shoes cut down in same proportion.
Men's Low Shoes at half price.
These pi ices will continue until stock iseduced.
Custom Work and repairing neatly and promptly done.
tSlPCall and see us.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second AYinue.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE,
49 eta per yd.
48 " " -
38 " " "
15 " "
and stacks of plaids, plains, stripes,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
the many bargains offered:
1.U00 will buy a seat house on Twentieth atxeat
A itood lot on tbe blufl In Rodman's eab-dlvia-
$400 will buy a fine H acre lot J mte ty
limit. An teltaaT .
A very nice property, Juat ontaide of city limits
and citv taxes; cheap, on easy terms.
One of the best acre farms, with Brat class
improvements in Bowling township; cheap.
A good house of eight rooms, dry cellar, water,
burn, and fine corner lot in tbe npper part of tbe
city, convenient to the saw mills, depot and lal
A So. t buainesa ciruer store and dwelling
on Moline avenue.
Two story frame dwelling, six rooms, good
cellar, well and cistern, large barn, one naif acre
of fine land, well located within a few alepa of
Milan street cars. cheap.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Ladies Fine Shoes, worth (5.00 for 4.85
Ladies' Fine Shoes. " 4 50 " 3 00
Ladies' Fine Shoes, " 4 00 " 3.00
Ladies' FineShoes, " 3.00 " 8.50
Ladies' Fine Shoes, " 2 50 8.00
Ladies' Lace Shoes, " 1.78" 1.00
Base Ball Shoes, 1.00 .80
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