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THE "ROCK ISLAND AKGUS. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1889.
Mussfld, handled, pulled, drag
gled. 100 dozen Turkish
Towel, bought less than half pttaon ac
count of condilioa. Many dozens would
lna for rlean.
55 dozen at 4c each, balance 10c each.
including immense sir.ea. Bath toweli
5'i47 at 10c worth 2c in regular way.
You'll not see tho like again, alao includes
a lot of groat big oat meal towel size
21.24 at 10c each. The lot consists of
numerous st)li-s, si. and condiilona, all
prices up to 2"c. We can only mention
one or two of the startlers.
fin Tuesday A.M. we shall place on
sale () black bare muff at 25c each.
On Wednesday A. M. we shall open
about SO pieces more of those dress and
trimming plushes at 85c a yard.
Thi lot will not be duplicated, and is
the final shipment of our large early
1712. 1714. 1718, 1718. 1720 and 1723 Skcond Avenue. Rock Island.
Suitable for Wedding Presents, at
KINGSBURY & SONS,
57Call and see them.
WILLED BAKER & CO.,
SOLE AGENTS FOR
is one array of beauty
Wall Paper, Curtains
Call and make your selections from the Largest stock,
the Newest Patterns and Lowest prices.
we open a big lot of
la our new loom. To attract prompt
and careful inspection of this department
we will place on sale Monday A. M. Oct.
7, a big lot of black-birds, humming-bird,
and spairowa at the one price 25c each.
Remember these are genuine birds and
not made of fancy feathers.
Also 5 dor -n bunches ostrich tips (3 in
bunch) for this week 25c per bunch.
A lot of No. 5 fancy ribbon 6c a yd;
No. 7 at 8c; No. 04 plain pros grain and
watered ribbons at only He a yard.
Bliss Adams, our Chicago trimmi r. bst
has arrived and is fast putting shape, style
and fashion into the floest lot of millinery
we have ever shown . All ladies are most
cordilly invited to call and look over the
"tart" styles we are producing. Many
original ideas cannot be seen elsewhere.
1705 Secend Avenue.
Opposite Harper House.
with its loads of new
MORE FAYING ORDKRKD.
Kiahteeaih ntn et be Property 1st
praved Thlr4 Aveane Ioke After
Kiarht-Hear Work Tnoae Vatea.
The city council showed a further
determination to advance the best pos
sible interests of the city last night by
ordering Eighteenth street graded, paved
and curbed by a fecial assessment from
First to Third avenues two blocks.
The action was, with a single exception
the negative vote of Aid. Knox
unanimous, and future meetings will see
similar steps taken relative to all the
streets intersecting Second avenue be
tween Twentieth and Fourteenth.
Tne council fi.rther showed its wisdom
by ordering the curbing and guttering of
Third avenue fiom Fifth to Twenty
fourth on Aid. Sclineil's motion, the only
opposing voiceti being those of Aids.
Knox and Schioeder.
The council odered Twenty-flrst street
cut through south of Ninth avenue by
unanimous vote, and a very proper deter-
mination on the city's part. The sooner
all streeta leadiag out from the city are
opened up, the sooner the city will grow.
The resolutioi of Aid. Howard for an
ordinance stipulating eight hours as a
day's work in a 1 contracts for municipal
work, brought out an interesting discus
alon. during which Aids. Howard, Lar
kin, Schroeder and Corken spoke in ad
vocacy of the resolution, and Aids.
Schnell and Ed vards in apposition to it.
the latter aayinj; that while he would vote
for it, he believed it an idle notion, as the
next conncil wc uld likely u pset the whole
thing, and he believed we were as far
away from the eight-hour day today as
ever. Aid. Lirkin replied that future
councils might upset anything this coun
cil might do, an the council might itself.
hut that ought not to interfere with ac
tion then and there on this resolution.
Aid. Corken held that the eight-hour
movement was gaining ground, that not
only in government works, but in the
city of New York it bad become the
standard of tbir day's work. Aid. Schroe
der believed it. the solution of the past
trouble in not having work enough for
all laboring n en. Shorter hours would
furnish more work. The resolution was
put, and carrii d by the following vote:
Aye Bunc'ier, Howard, Hampton,
Hetter, Crken, Evans, Edwardu, Scbroe-
der, Larkin 'J.
Noe Negus, III, Schnell, Knox 4.
Aid. Larkit asked Aid. Hampton if he
did not have an ordinance in regard to the
gates at the I ighteenth street and Twen
ty-fourih slrt et railroad crossings. On
receiving a negative answer. Aid. Larkin
"You promised me that you would
have that ready tonight, or I should have
done it myself. You are chairman of the
ordinance conmiitee, and why have you
not done it?"
Aid. Ilanipton ' I had othei matters
to attend to."
Alrl T.arbin "nut T
do it if you ( id not, and you offered to
do it. You promised me you would."
Aid. Uamiton "I know I did, but
circumstances alter cases."
The gates 'ill be provided, and prob
ably ordered by the next council meet
ing, despite all "circumstances "
A t the Theatre.
Tomorrow evening Beach & Bower's
Thursday tvening A. R. Wilber's bur
lesque combination opens a three nights'
engagement in a repertoire of popular
On Friday evening at the Burtis opera
bouse in Da'-enport. America's represen
tative corned an, W. J. Scanlon. ("Peek
a Boo") wi 1 appear in his new Irish
comedy, "Air lea Aroon," introducing all
of Scanlon's latest vocal hits.
Earl Gardner, the German comedian,
gave a very acceptable presentation of his
new comedy drama, "Fatherland." before
a fair sized audience last evening. Gard
ner's supporl is not a strong as it usually
is, though tl ere is no particular ground
for fault finding. The singing of "A
Little Bunch of Lilacs." one of the most
pleasing litt e harmonies imaginable, by
Gardner, brcught down the bouse.
I' apottnlar J Bd(m.
Tbe Gale tburg Rrpublican-Regitttr of
Saturday contains a long account of ttia
Inter Colleg ate oratorical contest which
took place there the previous evening,
and of the f ueling prevailing over the re
sult. It sara:
The first prize was awarded to the rep
resentative of the college at Monmouth,
and tbe second to that of the Illinois
Weslian nn versity. while the young gen
tleman froni Knox college, at Galesburg,
ranked third. Tbe judges in regard to
thought an 1 composition were: Superin
tendent George W. Howland. of Chica
go: the It. v. Addis Albro, Aloline. and
tbe Rev. Dr. Crews, of Toulon: on deliv
ery they wre Congressman W. H. Gest,
of Rock Is and. the Key. D. Orr, Peoria,
and Senate r W. W. Dodge, of Iowa, each
of whom made bis own separate mark
ings. Tut feeling against the result was
so strong that a figure was suspended In
one of tbe public places of the city with
a label atubed showing that it was in
tended to represent one of the judges.
The dissat tfaction appears to have been
greater crncerning tbe marking of the
judges on delivery than those on thought
4 Moliae Water Power Co to Victor
Becker, lot 4, block S. Water Power Co's
ad. R I. MX).
Thoa Wherry to John Boruff. ae4, ne4,
and ne4, ie4, 28, 16, 5w, $1,600.
6 Bailuy Davenport to Carrie John
son, lot 3 and pt lot 3 in Lo Claire's Re-.
6 Guardianship of tbe minor heirs ot
Aaron Thompson. Guardian's account
Island City lodge. No. 4, A. O. U. W.,
upon the invitation of Rock River lodge,
No. 5, A. O. U. W.. went out to Milan
forty atrt ng last night to assist In lodge
work, an 1 found a royal reception await
ing them. After the lodge work was
completed an elaborate feast was spread,
and then followed a season of brotherly
love and mutual enjoyment.
Weather Faroe aat.
TJ. 8. Stay At Orrica, I
Washington, D. C, Oct, 8. f
For ti e next 24 hours for Illinois
DISTINGUISHED TOUKI TS
Will the all Aaterlraa KxraroloalMla
Vlntt Hark Inlaid T A Letter
Secretary T. J. Medill. ot the Rock
Island Citizens' Improvement association,
sent his letter, urging that Rock Island
be included in the stops ef the all Amer
ica congresses in their tour of the west, to
Secretary of State James G. Blaine, who
tnrned it over to Wm. E. Curtis, secre
tary of tbe delegation, and this is the re
ply that has come:
DEPARTX BKT OF STATS . 1
International American Conohek. V
Wakuinuton, Oct. 4. 8tj.
Mr. T. J. Mod ill, Jr., hcrretary Citiz.-u' Im
provement Association. K ck Inland, III
In reply to your letter of Sept. 30th. I
would any that it will be impossible for
the excursion tendered to the foreign
delegates to the International American
congress to stop at Rock Island. You
must understand that the time allowed
for this trip is forty days and that only
large cities are to be visited; that the
programme for the route and the sched
ule for running the special train have
been arranged from yesterday, the day
the train pulled out of Washington, until
November 13th. the date they return to
this city, and that inasmuch as it would
require the consent of the commercial
bodies of several cities whose arrange
ments for the reception of the guests
would be disturbed, should the present
programme be changed. I have to repeat
that I cannot see how your kind invita
tion can be accepted.
Very truly yours,
WIli.iam E. Curtis.
But Secretary Aledill and Congressman
Gest are not discouraged yet, and the lat
tet has written a strong letter to Secre
tary of War Proctor showing how a visit
to the arsenal may be arranged without
interfering in tbe least with the route and
programme scheduled. It is this: The
excursion is planned to leave Omaha for
Des Aloines early on the morning of Oct.
29, arriving at Pes Aloines at 8 o'clock,
and spending two hours, and thence go
to St. Louis, where they are to b3 re
ceived that night by the mayor, the real
reception and entertainment occurring on
the following day. Now it is Congress
man Gesl's idea to have the tourists come
to Rock Island from Des Aloines, arriv
ing here at 3 or 4 in the afternoon, and
visit Rock Island arsenal and other points
of interest, and go from here to St. Louis
bv night, arriving there early the next
morning. It seems as if this alteration
might very reasonably be made.
THE WOODMAN'S AX.
HeKlanlelArruned of HUH Wielding
It with a View af Iseatroylnc the
Warthy Order F.r hoi.
The Echo, tbe Modern Woodmen's or
gan, edited by a near friend of Consul
Root, continues to accuse Dr. AfcKinDie,
of Aloline, of being at "the head of a
bare-faced attempt to wreck the order,"
by trying to get a new charter, and that
"its importance and extent cannot be too
greatly magnified." The Echo adds:
To state it mildly, it was a dastardly
thrust at the life of the order by one or
more who ought to be its best friends
and most loyal supporters. Echo con
gratulates the order upon the ignominious
failure or the scheme. It proves soliditv
of the order and tbe good laws snd f aith-
lul state officers to discourage such in
J he paper also publishes this resolu
tion as passed July 22:
lieaolted. That we view with creat re
gret the conduct of our head examining
physician, P. L. AlrKinnie, in his dispo
sition to force from this order exorbi
tant fees, charges postage and expenses,
in circulating reports inimical to
tbe interests of this order, and
derogatory to the character and
standing of our head consul, and in con
duct unbecoming a neighbor and bead
camp officer, in forcing an entrance into
the bead consul s office by legal process,
all of which we unanimously condemn
and hereby enter our protest and cen-
To this the Aloline Republican replies:
Yes. it is possible, the above resolution
was passed by partisans of Hoot, but it
does not reflect tbe sentiment of the or
der. While it is not possible for the
writer to lay before our readers such facts
as have been brought out at recent meet
ings of the order in this city, yet we can
assure tbem Ur. Mchunnie is not idle.
and hopes soon to produce something
more apprehensible. The members of
tbe order, while restless, still have confi
dence in their head physician. The
Lcho is having its day now, but Pat will
be heard from later.
This morning Harry White, Wm. Ev
ans, Wm. Howard and John Alanley, tbe
C, R. I. & P. freight car burglars in
dicted yesterday, appeared before Jude
Smith in tbe circuit court and plead
guilty, the judge sentencing them to two
years each tn the penitentiary.
Frances Anderson, tbe fourteen-year-old
girl who committed the theft of $30
from a boarder at Hill's restaurant at
Hillsdale last month, went before Judge
Adams in the county court and plead
guilt. Tbe judge fined her $15 and costs
and sent her to jail for one day.
Tbe Hensler damage suit against Wil
liams, White & Co. went to the jury at
This afternoon the case against Mrs.
Lizzie Dimick, charged with manglaugh-
ter, waa called, with State's Attorney
Sturgeon for the prosecution and Alsj. J.
M. Beardsley, Wm. Jackson and Wm.
McEniry for the defense.
Mare Werk af Fire Baca.
Another attempt at arson, as well as a
second attempt to destroy the old high
school building, was discovered yesterday
morning, when a basket of kindling was
found under tbe stairs, where a fire bad
been started and it had aorched tbe
woodwork about it. Only tbe lack of
proper draught prevented the fiend who
started it, carrying out his purpose. A
clock is missing, and tbe time before,
when the attempt waa made to fire the
building, two clock were taken.
The fticht-Hear Lraxac.
The workingmen's meeting called at
Hillier'a hall last night as the result of
tbe meeting of a week previous, to take
action relative to the formation of an
eight-hour league in Rock Island, did
not take any formal steps, though quite
a number were present. After a short
discussion of the aubject it was decided
to defer action until next Saturday eve
ning, to which time adjournment was
At Simon & MoBenfelder's.
Cranberries, at F. G. Young's.
Choice bananas, at F. G. Young's.
Nice mushmelons, at F. G. Young's.
Try Alay's patent flour, $1.20 at Alay's.
Fine Bermuda onions, at F. G.
Shoulders 6 cents per pound, at
Immense line of underwear at Simon &
Aloline had another experience with
burglars last night.
Simon & Alosenfelder propose to save
you money on underwear.
Air. and Mrs. I. Huber have returned
from their European trip.
Money saved by buying underwear now
at Simon Sc, Alosenfelder's.
Go to Simon & Alosenfelner and buy
your fall and winter underwear.
There will be preaching at the South
Park chapel at 7:30 this evening.
Ilolrojd s Derby ribbed underwear in
silk or wool at Simon & Alosenfelder's.
Aledicated red-knit underwear pure
wool 88 cents, at Simon & Mosenfeld-
Airs. Lizzie Haines, of St. Louis, ar
rived last night for a visit to M. W. Bat
tles and family.
Heavy undershirts and drawers 25
cents each (50 cent quality) at Simon &
Air. J. S. Gilmore and wife and Aliss
Genevieve Thompson departed for St.
Louis last evening.
Boys' and girls' underwear (all sizes)
in natural wool and camel's hair at Simon
& Alosenfelder's .
Jaeger's patent natural wool under
wear finest quality selling at tl 50 at
Siraon it Alosenfelder's.
There were two sections in the train
for St. Louis last night, in charge of Con
ductors Sullivan Parker.
Swits, Conds & Ca's. celebrated non-
shrinkable underwear best quality at
?i.ar aiMmonK Alosenfelder a.
Airs. R. A. Donaldson and daughter
left this morning for an extended visit to
relatives in Wichita, Kan., and in Mis
souri. The fifth annual ball of the Switch
men's Mutual Aid association Rock Lsl
and lodge. No 2 will beheld at Armory
hall, Friday evening, Oct. 25.
General Supt. II. Schnitger of the
Holmes system leaves tonight for St.
Louis, to hurry np the closed cars being
built by tbe Laclede Car company.
Township Supervisor Wm. Atkinson
wishes the firemen of the different hose
companys to call on him for election rent
money, which be has in his possession.
Lost A gold watch chain, with a knot
at end of chain, between Twentieth
street and Seventh avenue and AlcCabe
Bro's. store. Finder will be rewarded by
returning same to AlcCabe Bro's. store.
Simon & Alosenfelder mention but a
few of their leading brands of underwear.
They carry a most complete assortment,
in all qualities and colors, and they pro
pose to save money to all who buy their
The Vernie Swain and Jo Long in
dulged iu an exciting race on the rapids
the other night, and the Swain came
out ahead. Capt. Streckfus is acknowl
edged to have the fastest boat on this
part of the river.
Air. II. B. Sudlow has moved his fami
ly into his new bouse on Twentieth street
between Sixth and Seventh avenues and
has practically sold his former homestead
on Twenty-third street. Property does
not lie idle in Rock Island these days.
Mr. and Mrs E. O. Spauldina and Air.
Will Spaulding arrived yesterday from
Rrck Island. 1:1, on a visit to their aunt.
Airs Judge Lin.lermann. Air. and Airs
E. II. Spaulding will return in a few
days, but Will will make bis future home
at this place. Salida, (Colo.) Oct.
A congregational meeting of the Cen
tral I'reshytenan church will be held on
tomorrow evening after prayer meeting
to bear the report of the joint meeting
oi me trustees ana elders relative to tbe
South Rock Island mission, and take
fin al action in relation thereto. A full
attendar.se of the officers and members
if tbe church is desired.
The railway statistics for 18SS show
that the total passenger traffic for that
year was equaled to one persons travel
ing 10,570,506,710. yet only 207 persons
were killed and 916 injured in all this
vast movement. These statistics further
go to show that a passenger could have
traveled 51,000.000 of miles without be
ing killed and 12,000.000 without being
injured, or be might travel steadily day
and mcht at the rate of thirty miles an
hour for 14 years before being killed.
Card of Thank ?
We desire to express our giateful ac
knowledgement of all svniDathv and
kindness extended us at the tune of our
rwpnt Borrow la the drain of OUT beloved
mother, Mrs. U-euia Roth.
J II. ROTH.
AIrs. Scsik Rietii.er,
Miss Misnik Roth,
AIrs. Elisa Vooel
Oeo. F. Roth.
As the season for festivity draws near
ladies will naturallv look about for a
place to buy flowers to beautify their
nomes. Much a place can be found at 826
Brady street, Davenport, where F. L
Bills, tbe florist, can furnish elegant
flowers and decorative plants for all oc
casions. Orders by mail or telephone will
receive prompt attention. Delivery
morning or evening. A share of vour
patronage respectfully solicited. Tele
phones, store 339; greenhouse 370.
A Sesuolo Han.
Would use Kemp's Balsam for the throat
and lungs. It is curing more cases of
troughs. Uolds, Asthma, Bronchitis
Croup and all Throat and Luug Trobles
than any other medicine. The propries
tor has authorized any druggist to give
you a sample bottle free to convince yoa
of the merit of this great remedy. Large
nomes ou cents and $1.
Sale of short horn cattle and trotting
horses at Long View stock farm, one
mile west of Coal Valley, on U. I. & P.
road, sale to commence Tuesday Oct
15th, at 12:30 sharp.
W. D. Crockett & Son,
Coal Valley. III.
Blacksmiths' coal, crraie mil am.
f7.50; stove. No. 4 and nut. t7.75 per
ton, screened and delivered; 25 cent
per ton discount allowed if paid within
ten days. Channel coal for grates, $6
per ton. Now is the time to buy.
E. G. Frazer.
Tot Bale or Bant.
I will sell my house on Elm street on
easy terms, or will rent tbe same to good
tenant. Enquire of J. C. Adams or Mrs.
O.J. Dimick, on the premises.
"I cannot praise Hood's Sarsaparilla
half enough," says a mother, whose son.
almost blind with scrofula, waa cured by
Soft Coal for Sale
At my yard, corner of Eleventh street
ard Tenth avenue, at ten cents per bush
el. B. Daybhport.
Aug. 30. 1889.
Cha. a. Btxkl, - - Manager.
WEDNESDAYEVE., OCT. 9.
And flneot Uniformed Band In the World.
O PC Twenty-live dietingntrhed Ar O PT
' tista. A vast Organization. ' '
Beyond qaeMlon Greater, Better and Superior to
all Minstrels of the past and present, making
it an ideal and real mobilization of all
Monarchs of the Alinstrel World
Arixolutely an entire change of prop rum ainre
onr last vii-it. Watch for our grand Jockey-uniformed
Band. Street parade at coon.
Prices Ti, 50 and cents.
C. A. Steel, Manager.
T tires Xfghts and Sa'nrtay Matinee,
THURSDAY, OCT., 10th.
Vnderthe management of Mr. A. B. Wilbsr.
Thursday "Escaped from the Law."
Friday -Falsely Accused." "The Lawyer De
tective." Saturday "The Black Spider."
Matinee (Saturday) at :30, "The Crystal Slip
per, or. Little Cinderella."
And New Dances.
Admission 10, 20 and 30c.
Raperred seats at usual place.
M. RICK. Manager.
BURTIS OPERA HOUSE,
FRIDAY EVE., OCT. 11th.
The Representative Comedian,
W. J. SCANLAN,
I'nder the management of Aairnstns Plton. Ills
first appearance in Davenport in the new
Written by Geo. H. Jessop and Horace Townsend
Hear Scanlan's New Songs,
written and composed by him for this play.
"Scanlan's Swing Song."
"ion anrt 1' 1ove,"
'Live, My Love. Oh, Live,"
and "My Mag.'le."
Psices fim 7S. 50 and V cents: tale of seats
open at Ticket office, Burtis Opera House, Wed
n aday morning.
C. C. Taylor
Voder Rock Island House.
First MortRaRe Farm Ioat
Rate 6J per cent and 7 per
TWO Ml (.LI OX DOLLAR)
Loaned by ns wlthont loss to any client.
'Call or write for circular and references.
u Mit-Ttr J)AVNP0rVr Id.
in sms or
$200.00 and Upwards
For tale, secured on land worth from
three to fire times tbe amount
of the loan.
Interest 7 MP rnt uml annn.ll. .
remitted free of chary.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Rooms s and 4 Masonic Tsmp'e,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
on Improved Farms in the
Best Counties of Iowa,
The Farms were Inspected by
C. A. FIOKE,
213 Main St, DAVENPORT, LL
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 PAILE AT 88 CENTS.
Compare with similar gooda offered at $1 OOelsewhere Splen d:d
value at 83 cts.
Dress Goods Department.
53 inch all wool dress flannels 49 cts per yd.
54 inch tricots 48 " " "
04 inch waterproof cloth. 38 " " "
Double fold stripes 15 " "
Double fold Tricots 17 ' ' "
Plaids at 8 to 10c and up, and stacks of plaids, plains, stripes, ct ,
at away down prices.
Not a last Year's garment in tbe house everything spic-span new
bristling with style and prices bottom you will want some of them
plushes, plain cloths, braided, combinations etc.
We will save you money.
Bock Island. Illinois.
.r-s M .9
Geo. W. D. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth St., under Commercial
lafFirft-claes Insurance at lowest rates.
The following are among
A good bnildtne, with store lSi:tt, and S mnms,
counters, sBelvini;, etc.. on first floor, and three I
rooms above; water np and down stairs, eood
cellar, birn. etc., lot 45x150, well located fo Ci
wf, tapper part wr oartn Hvrnue ; cheap.
ne of tbe best money-makine locations for any
kind of business neat the Kock island passenger
j 1.000 will buy a dwelling with 7 rooms and
small store, well located, on 1 bird avenue, now
rents for $14 a month.
S700 will buy a eood house, B?e rooms, with lot,
convenient tl lower factories.
Only a few of those line lots in Milter's addi
tion on Twenty-second and Twenty-third streets.
Two or three ar re-on the blafl, fine land for
building or gardening.
Some of the best lots in Dodge's addition on
$2,50 PER GALLON,
KOHIST & ADLER'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK.
Children's Shoes, worth $ .SO for .80
Children's Shoes, " 1.00 " .70
Children's Shoes, " 1.15" .90
Children's Shoes. " 1.60" 1.15
Misses' Slippers, " .75 " .50
Misses' Slippers, " 1.00 .75
Ladies' Slippers, " 1 00 " ,75
Wigwams, " .90 " .75
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.
ISgr-Call and see us.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE. 1818 Second An,
ELM STREET SHOE STORE,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
the many bargains offered:
tl.000 will buy a neat house on Twentieth street
A eood lot on the blull in Rodman's sab-duis-ton,
uo will bay a ana H acra lot Just outside city
limits, on bluff.
A very nice property. Just ontalde of city limits
and citv taxes; cheap, on easy terms.
One of tbe best 80 acie farms, with first claaa
improvements in Bowiing township; cheap.
A good house of eight rooms, dry cellar, water,
bain, and fine comer lot In the upper part of the
city, convenient to the saw mills, depot and Isl
A No. 1 bnainea orner store and dwelling
on Mollne avenue.
Two story frame dwelling, alx rooms, food
cellar, well and cistern, large barn, one-half acre
of fine land, well located within a few steps of
Milan street cars, cheap.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Ladles Fine Shoes, worth $5.00 for 4.86
Li ailles Fine shoes.
Ladies' Fine Shoes,
Ladies' Fine Shoes,
Ladies' Fine Shoes,
Ladies' Lace Shoes,
Base Ball Shoes,
8929 Fifth Arena.