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THE -ROOK ISLAND AltQUS. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBElt 0, 1889.
Mussed, handled, pulled, drag
gled. 100 dozen Turkish
Towel-, bought lens than half pi Ice on ac
count of condition. Many dozens would
pass for clean.
3.1 Ac Ten at 4o each, balance 10c each,
including Immense slr.es. Bath towel
2.x7 at Kc worth 2c In regular way.
You'll not tee the like atfain, also Includes
a lot of great big oat meal towels size
21i34 at 10c each. The lot consists of
Numerous stjl.-s, sir s and conditions, all
prices up to 2'ic. We can only mention
one or two of the startlers.
Oa Tuesday A. M. we shall place on
sale SO black hare muff at 25c each.
On Wednesday A. M. we shall open
about 'M pieces more of those dress and
Irimminir plushes at 2c a yard.
This lot will not be duplicated, and la
tint final shipment of our large early
1718. 1714. 1718. 1719. 1720 and 1722 Second Avenck, Rock Island.
Suitable for Wedding Presents, at
KINGSBURY & SONS,
J7Call and see them.
To 1725 Second Avenue,
XVxt 1 oor to Craiiipton'sa I3ooktore.
tSPThe iiillic is cordially invited to inspect our
th tiiiet west ('f Chicago without anj exception.
The Davenport Shoe Co.,
CDH. IH:AI)Y AND SECOND,
J Davenport, Iowa.
WTKock Island people are invited to make our store head.
inarttrs while in the city. Remember the place for bargains in
( SUTCLIFFE BROS
is one array of beauty
IWall Paper, Curtains
Call and make your selections from the Largest stock,
the 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. M. Oct.
7, a big lot of black-birds, humming-birds,
and apairows at the one price 25c each.
Remember these are genuine birds and
not made of fancy feathers.
Also 5 dozen bunches ostrich tips (3 in
bunch) for this week 25c per bunch.
A lot of No. 5 fancy ribbon Co a yd;
No. 7 at 8c; No. 0 plain groe grain and
watered ribbons at only 11c a yard.
Miss Adama, our Chicago trimmer, hss
has arrived and Is fast putting shape, style
and fashion into the finest lot of millinery
we have ever shown . All ladies are most
cnrdilly invited to call and look over the
"tart" styles we are producing. Many
original ideas cannot be aeen elsewhere.
1705 Secend Avenue.
with its loads of new
MRS. DIJIICK'S TRIAL.
Progress of the Case cf So Much
The Mflertton .f the Jarr-Tilta Be.
tweea !' M at the Oataei The
The jury In the case of the people
against Elizabeth A. Dimick was em
panneled and iworn yesterday after
noon. The dispatch with which it was
secured and thu perfunctory manner in
which the reniie were examined may
form an index of the character of the
trial a prosecution likely to be techni
cally weak and insincere and a defense
more vigorous than necessarily real.
The state is represented by
State'a Attorney Mansfield M.
Sturgeon, while Major J. M. Beards
ley. Wm. Jackson, Esq, and Vm.
McEniry, Esq , are the counsel who sus
tain the relation of advisors to the de
fendant. The defendant, her sisters and
brother, as well as witnesses for the peo
ple, occupied opposite sides of the bar
Tbe defendant appeared calm, collected
and unconcernf d. She took no part in
the selection of a jury, not even sitting
by her counsel, and throughout evinced
a total indifferince to the proceedings
the result of a i abiding conviction of
her innocence, or failure to appreciate the
position she occupies. Her brother, on
the contrary, displayed a great deal of
interest and th) importance of the oc
CM.ion was im i reused upon his features.
No unpleasantness was indulged in bv
counsel except when the state's attorney
made the remaik that the newspapers bad
persistently lied about the facts in the
case, which afforded an occasion for Maj.
Beardsley mak ng a short speech.
The jury selected are: Messrs. C. C.
Speckler, George 3. Church, W.M. Lew
is, J. C. Goldon. O. F. Bowman, F. W.
Cook, Byron Irury, W. 3. Pidcock.Sam
uel Limbert, ere Pearsall, Monroe Rob
erta and C. J. Carlson .
The court room bad a large audience
this morning to bear the evidence in the
case. Tbe defendant maintained ber
atolid indifference of yesterday, except
during the pi.thetic portions of Mr. Mc
Eniry's statement, when her fa-e Mushed
slightly, anl once she broke into
tears. Mr. fturgeon made tbe opening
statement for the people. He admitted
the fact that tbe people's witnesses were
direputable, and the scene of the occur
rence not of the most respectable char
acter, but claimed that ithese facts were
no excuse tor the crime, if one were
Mr. McEoiiy outlined the defense in a
very felicitous speech of about twenty
minutes. It was also clear and pathetic
and showed tie theory upon which they
expect to acc uittbe defendant that is,
that Mrs Pin ick went to tbe house for
the purpose of securing her husband from
the wiles of a lot of bad women and took
the revolver with her for her own pro
tection. Upon arriving at tbe place ber
husband endeavored to wrest tbe revolver
from ber, an I it being accidentally dis
charged in tbt scuffle, killed her husband.
The first witness called was Alice Cook,
who with Ma y Ranshaw and Mr. and
Mrs. Dimick. were tbe only eye witnesses
of tbe tragedy. She said that Lute came
into tbe pi act about 10 o'clock on tbe
night of July 27, called for cider and bad
only been in the place about 10 minutes
when Mrs. Dimick came in through a
broken pane n tbe show window and
upon reaching l be floor said, "here is
where I have found you, you dirty pup,"
and while fotr or five feet from Lute
tired, tbe fatal shot. She then pointed
the revolver at witness and saying that
she was tbe dirty thing who was running
after ber hua jand and attempted to shoot
her, but Mary Ranshaw snatched tbe re
volver out of defendant'a hand and threw
it in the allej . Mrs. Dimick then went
to ber husband and saying to him "my
God Lute, have I shot you?" to which be
replied "yes Lizzie, I guess you have done
it this time," and they both went away.
The witness Mary Ranshaw testified
substantially to tbe same effect.
When asled as to her occupation,
"I'm a sp rt."
"You make your living as a aport,
aaked one of the counsel for tbe defense.
"A thoror ghbred sport, eh?" asked the
"Yea," she said remorselessly, "a
thoroughbrt d dead-game sport."
"How lotg have you been ao?"
"Ever since I was a little girl; as long
almost, aa I can remember."
The wim-88 then gave her testimony.
Dr. Calvin Truesdale testified to at
tending to Lute after the shooting. He
said the ball entered the left side and
coursed downward and backward, lodg
ing under tue akin over the left kidney.
Tbe shirt of tbe deceased had a
bole in it the size of half a dollar and
there were alao a number of smal'er boles
in it made by the powder from tbe
pistol. Tl ia evidence tended to impeach
that of the two women that Lute and
his wife were some distance apart during
the shootir g.
Phil Mil er, the city marshal, related
the finding of the revolver and George
Long, bis deputy, to certain measure
menu of tie bouse in which the shooting
Harry Erady said that on the night In
question te accompanied tbe defendant
to Robinfon'a floating ciicua and re
turned ho ne with ber; saw ber enter the
barn and lid not see ber again until be
aaw both aer and ber buaband after tbe
With U is testimony the state closed
Thia af rnoon the first witness for the
defense was called in the defendantMrs.
Elizabeth Dimick. There was a stir in
the court room aa Mra. Dimick rose to be
worn an 1 after Clerk Gamble had ad
ministered tbe oath she mounted the
atand. Her demeanor was quiet and
aelf possi seed, though ahe spoke almost
inaudiblj in reply to the questions from
The examination of the witness is in
The iury in the $25,000 damage suit of
Mike Hensler against Williams, White &
Co, of Moline, returned a verdict against
defendant for f6.023 last even
ing. This suit was for the loss
of tbe left forearm crushed in a ma
chine called the "Bulldozer" at tbe works
of defendant last February. The case
was ably defended by Messrs. Wm. Jack
son and W. J. Entriken but it went
against them, notwithstanding. Among
the interested spectators noticed was Mr.
Ralph LaPorte, the special and claim
agent of the employers' protective
department of tbe Fidelity and Casual
ty company of New York a company
whose aim is the protection of employ
ers of similar risks. Mr. LaPorte is
stopping at present at tbe Harper house .
The court this morning set aside tbe
verdict for $50 in the case of Schuremann
vs Swensson, and the case will be tried
at the January term.
THE SCHOOL 1JOAK1).
Laat Sight' Hegalar Meeting;
Truant Offlrtr a Report Other Hat
ter. Tbe board of education met in regular
monthly session last evening with Presi
dent Thomas in the chair and directors
Barth, Knowlton and Carter present.
Truant Officer B. H. Kimball, made his
first regular monthly report as follows:
Rock Island, Oct. 1. 1889.
To the Board of Kdi cation. Rock Island School
1 report as follows: I have found dur
ing the month of September thirty five
school children of compulsory age non
attendants, four of which are sick on ac
count of physical disabilities and four be
cause of diphtheria and scarlet fever in
their families, five undergoing the pro
cess of vaccination and six at work in
mills; the remainder are mostly in school.
I have the promise of the parents that
they should be placed there on or before
the present date save in two or three in
stances, cases wherein coercion may be
necessary to enforce attendance. I am of
the opinion that all are not in attendance
as promised by the parents. Of course I
shall look after them. I have found ten
actual truants, who were turned over to
their parents. The law seems to be pop
ular, and as a general thing parents ap
pear willing to comply with it after its
requirements are made known to them,
and propose to place their children in
school as soon as they can be made ready.
The above is condensed from my diary
from which, if required, I can report
more in detail the work done, how done,
what was said, giving names, dates and
places. The above is respectfully sub
mitted, B. II. Kimball,
Mr. Kimball supplemented his written
report by a verbal report that he had
found two instances of children, within
the school age, where the parents of
Frederika Miller and John Fahey, simply
refused to comply with tbe law and send
their children to school. The truant of
ficer was instructed to give the parents
two days in which to meet tbe obligations
f tbe law, and if they are not obeyed to
commence proceedings against them.
Tbe superintendent was authorized - to
purchase twenty-five copies of volume
one, and one hundred of volume two of
American History Stories" as supple
The furniture committee was author
ized to make tbe necessary purchases of
furniture for No. 5.
An additional $2,000 Builders' risk on
No. 5 for thirty days was approved.
The board continued the orders for
$2,900 of borrowed money for another
Tbe following bills were allowed:
II F. Cordes, $7 50. Geo. R. Ilousel.
$5; Kock Island Lumber company, (18;
it or a island lias company, f 1.20; Philip
Ptoff. $7.25; Central Union Telephone
company, f 32 63; R. Crampton & Co.,
20; John T. Noftsker. $3 85; Henry
uarta' sons, f 3 75: S. 8. Kemble. $4 40;
Frank Nadler. .80; A C. McClurg & Co..
$28 30; E. 8. Hammett, $75; Georee
Green. $12; Stephen O'Connor, $6.25;
Loosley & Knowlton, $6; total, $306.13
M he lis te Blaeaet
Someone has blundered either in the
laying of the concrete walk in front of
the Harper or the fixing of tbe grade for
tbe walk of tbe same material in front of
Mr. Gus Stengles' premises joining it on
the west, but who should shoulder the
responsibilities, whether mayor, city
engineer, contractors or property bolder,
it is a difficult matter to decide. At any
rate, the uniformity of the walk i brok
en at the junction of the new by a raise
of about two inches, and it ia claimed tbe
mayor so ordered. This is a shame as it
ruins the appearance of the entire block,
and it should most assuredly not be per
mitted to remain so. Tbe Harper bouse
walk is laid to the curbstone grade which
would naturally seem to be right. Why
the appearance of the block should be
spoiled by putting in a tilted sloping walk
next to tbe other that has just been laid,
few will be able to understand.
While in Omaha Monday the writer had
the pleasure of calling upon Messrs J, J.
Johnson and Cbas. Hull, who are doing
an extensive business in lime, cement,
coal, tile, etc. The firm's title is J. J.
Johnson & Co. They have a nicely fur
nished office in the heart of the city and
large yards at a convenient distance.
The senior member of the firm waa for
merly one of the foremost business men
of Cordova, and the junior member is
tbe son of Mr. H. P. Hull, of this city.
The gentlemen's numerous friends here
will be pleased to bear of their splendid
success. They are growing with the
Hew Fish aad Ovitar Market.
Having aold out our market at Moline
we will open here at Dimick a new block
Thursday morning, Oct. 10, with a full
line of lake and liver fish, oysters, celery
and poultry. Call and see us, we will do
our best to please you. Very reapect
fully, LlotdA Co.
Linen collar 6c, linen cuffs 12c, cellu
loid collara 10c at the "Why" of Dav
enport. What ia it makea George Edmonds so
cool and placid, and bow doea be do such
deep thinking? It is because be never
allows himself to be harassed with colds.
He takes Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, he
U. 8. BiavAi, Orrica, I
Washington, D. C, Oct, 8.
For the next 24 hours for Illinois:
Fair and warmer.
At the M. & K.
Dancing at Armory hall this evening.
Holroyd's underwear at the M. & E.
Dancing at Armory hall this evening.
Dancing at Armory ball this evening.
Hanging lamps for $1.95 at the "Fair"
A new lot of bird cages at 49 cents at
50cent underwear only 25 cents at the
Sheriff Silvis and bride are expected
Beach A Bowers' Minstrels at the
$9 buys a fine overcoat at the "Why"
Children's hosiery and underwear at
the M. & K.
A full line of fresh Dew Drop goods
received at May's.
Buy your Prince Albert or cut away
suits at the M. & K.
Beach & Bowers' Minstrels are at the
Reck Island house.
Complete English decorated chamber
sets fss 98 at the "Fair."
75c-quality crush hats for 32c at the
"Why" of Davenport.
$1 95 for a pair of $3 all wool pants at
the Why" of Davenport.
Examine the 25. 85, 50. 65, 75 and 88c
underwear at the M. & K.
The latest telephone is in Fisher Bros.'
house. Its number is 120 j.
Switz-Conde, celebrated non-shrinking
underwear, $1 25 at tbe M. & K.
Now is the time to buy underwear
special sale at the Golden Eagle.
St. Paul lodge. Knights of Pythias,
n.eet tonight in weekly conclave.
Fat, short and extra large men easily
fitted at tbe "Why" of Davenport.
Mr. E. D. Sweeney returned this morn
ing from a business trip to Omaha.
Light, medi um and heavy weight over
coats at the "Why" of Davenport.
All dollar underwear going at half
price this week at tbe Golden Eagle.
Mr. and Mrs- Fred Uass wi'.l leave to
night for Chicago to take in the exposi
tion. Give us the gates. Public safety is
back of this petition to the city fathers.
Bring your boys to the "Why" of
Davenport and have them fitted in a suit
or overcoat. j
75-cent quality all wool scarlet shirts
and drawers for 36 cents at the "Why" of
Stout and short men fitted perfectly at
the "Why" of Davenport, in suits and
Gentlemen's pure wool hosiery only 25
cents at tbe Golden Eagle all colois
$2 89, $3 88 and $4.50 for some excel
lent wearing suits for men at the "Why"
The "Why" of Davenport, is showing
a line of children's suits with vests that
are perfect beauties.
Fine woolen, double knee, extra heavy
ribbed hose for trirls and boys, up to size
10. at the M. & K.
Lost, strayed or atolen a black water
Spaniel pup. Return to Kohn & Adler,
and receive reward.
The "Why" of Davenport, offers a
great many special lies in boys' and chil
dren a suits and overcoats.
The finest line of gentlemen's neck
wear ever seen for 25 cents can now be
found at tbe Golden Eagle.
Mrs. M. M. Briggs will Rive a recep
tion tomorrow afternoon from 4 to 6 at
her home, 1303 Third avenue.
The "Why of Davenport, will fit you
as well as any merchant tailor ana save
you from $15 to $25 on your suit.
The Hebrew people will celebrate the
Feast of Suckos, commemorative of
their wanderings in tbe wilderness Thurs
day. What other dealers are advertising in
the underwear line as cheap at 75 cents,
the GolJen Eagle will sell this week at 50
All pure wool medicated scarlet under
wear that others consider a bargain at
91. the Uolden tagle is selling at 75
The young ladies of Broadway church
will give a supper and entertainment in
the church parlors Thursday evening.
In order to close out its celluloid col
lars tbe Golden Eagle will from todav on
sell the best quality, any atyle, at 10
A fall overcoat, did you say? Well,
the Golden Eagle has iust what vou want
and at prices that will astonish you for
Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Paul have been
enjoying a visit from Mr. Benjamin
Donnell and Miss Donnell of Sueepscot
$2.25 buys your choice of six diffrot
Stylos of ohildrnS suiia silo 4 to 14
at tbe Golden Eagle. Others claim they
are a Dargain at $3.
Nice all-wool children's suits, agea 4
to 14, worth $4.50 are being rushed off
by the "Why" of Davenport this week a"
72.09. lion t fail to see them.
At tbe "Why" of Davenport, for $3 88
you can buy the Story King overcoat;
nice enough for any one's wear and would
De considered good value at $6.
Tbe Golden Eagle bas today placed
on saie uu pairs or gontlemen a odd pants,
one and two pair of a kind. Your choice
only $175. There ia no pair in the lot
worm ies9 man 93.50.
Mr. J. R. Johnston is sixty-five years
oia today, yet in activity aa well aa ap
pearance one would not take him to be
withiu twenty years of that age. Mr.
Johnston is one of those happy creatures
who grow youthful as the years advance.
Chief Noe of the Davenport fire de
partment, is of the opinion that the
iniquitous and ubiquitous small boy is to
blame for the numerous attempts at in
cendariasm about tbe three cities of late,
ana that be bas no idea beyond that of
The annual report of the Moline pub
lic schools for the year just closed shows
the number of persons under twenty-one
years of age to be 5.155. Tbe school
census taken by Mr. B. II. Kimball last
July gave 6.015 aa the number of persons
in Rock Island under twenty-one years of
Atkinson & Olof commenced this
morning to complete the space between
the car tracka in the laet block or tbe
paved district with Bardolph brick. This
morning an eight-ton block of atone was
hauled over a section of the pavement,
and it did not phase it. Supt. Nevins
eXDCCtS the Galahlirir hrik
B avuiui iuw,
and it will not take long now to wind up
News has been received In this city of
me marriage in dl raurs cathedral at
Wyandotte. Kan., of Chaa. T. Warriner,
wboae home is in this city, and Miss Lee
Bowen. The groom is the son of W. C.
Warriner of this city, and the bride is a
charming and accomplished young ladv
- a ud vuupie win reside
in Kansas Citv. whera Mr w.;,.. v..
J MMMUU UH
a position as assistant cashier in one of
lk. aa.nl 1 1. W 1 .1
uauaa were. uavenport
The rafter Stillwater of the Rock Isl
and Lumber company, blew out a cylin
der head and broke a piston rod at
Cook s eddy yesterday afternoon. The
accident is similar to the one which be
fell the Jennie Gilchrist and resulted in
the terrible calamity a few years ago, and
bad the Stillwater been further down the
result would have been serious. As it is,
she was brought on to Rock Island and
laid up for repairs. She will be out to
Cbas. A. Stiil, - - Manager.
WEDNESDAY!. VE., OCT. 9.
And finest Uniformed Band in the World.
O ."r Twenty-live distinguished Ar O
tlsts. A vast Organization.
Beyond question Greater, Better tnd Superior to
au m inslreis or tne past ana present, making
it an Ideal and real mobilization of all
Monarch of the Minstrel World
Artsolatelv an entire chance of nrocram slnre
onr last visit. Watch for onr grand Jockey-uniformed
Band. Street parade at noon.
trices 75, 60 and a cents.
C. A. Steel, - Manager.
Three Nights and Ba'nrlay Matinee,
THURSDAY, OCT., 10th.
Lnderthe management of Mr. A. V. Wilber.
Thursday "Escaped from the taw."
Frlday--"Falsely Accused." "The Lawyer De-
Saturday "The Black Spider."
Matinee (Saturday) at S:30, "The Crystal Slin-
per, or. Utile Cinderella."
New Plays 1
And New Dance.
Admission 10, 20 and 30c.
Reserved seats at usual place.
M. RICE. Manager.
BURTIS OPERA HOUSE,
FRIDAY EVEZ OCT. 11th.
The Representative Comedian,
W. J. SCANLAN,
D1?1?IT a nrv
Under th management of Angnttne Fltou. Hie
flrdt Htinpfxranr'si in t u
r..w. i'acusjuu iUTT uaw
Written by Geo. H. Jessop and Horace Townsend
Hear Scanlan'a New Songs,
written and composed by him for this play.
"Scanlan's Swing Song,"
"ion ana r love,"
"Live, My Love. Oh, Live,"
and "My Msg.le '
C. C. Taylor
Under Rock Island House.
First Mortgage Farm Loans
Rate 6J per cent and 7
TWO HILLIOX UOLLABH
Loaned by ns without loss t o any client .
aaaT'Call or write for circular and references.
Moiaic-TtaiFK Davenport id.
in arms or
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interest ? ner rent wml snnnall .Ai1otA .
remitted free of charge.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Rooms S and 4 Masonic Temp'e,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
on Improved Farms in the
Best Counties of Iowa,
The Farms were Inspected by
C. A. FICKE,
218 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 $1 OOelsewhere Splen did
value at 88 cts.
Dress Goods Department.
52 inch all wool dress flannels 49 cts per yd.
54 inch tricots 48 " " "
54 inch waterproof cloth 38 " " "
Double fold s'ripes 15 " "
Double fold Tricots 17 ' " "
Plaids at 8 to 10c and up. and stacks of plaids, plains, stripes, cte ,
at away down prices.
Not a last years garment in the house everything spic-span new
brlstlinirwith style and prices bottom you will want some of them
plushes, plain cloths, braided, combinations etc.
We will save you money.
Rock Island. Illinois.
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Geo. W. D. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth St., under Commercial
KV First class Insurance at lowest rates.
The following are anions;
A good building, with store 13x32. and 2 ronms,
counters, stielvtng, etc., on Brst floor, and three
rooms above; water up and down stairs. Rood
cellar, birn, etc., lot 25xlB0, well located tor busl-
wpp pr o w mv.ntte ; cheap.
ne of tbe best monev-mskinz locations for any
kind or business neat the Hoc It Island passenger
$1,000 will buy a dwelling with 7 rooms and
small store, well located, on Third avenue, now
rents for $14 a month.
STOO will buy a eood house, five rooms, with lot,
convenient to lower factories.
Only a few of those fine lots in Miner's addi
tion on Twenty -second and Twenty-third stiects.
Two or three are on the bluff, flue land for
building or gardening.
Some of the best luls in Dodge's addition on
POST OFFICE BLOCK. :
Children's Shoes, worth $ .50 for .30
Children's Shoes, 1.00 " .70
Children's Shoes, 1.15 " .90
Children's Shoes, 1.50 1.15
Misses' Slippers, " .75 " .50
Misses' Slippers, " 1.00 -75
Ladies' Slippers, ' 100 " ,75
Wigwams, ,o .75
Men's Fine 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.
tSCall and see us. .
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Avenue.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
the many bargains offered:
(1.000 will bay a neat house on Twentieth street
A good lot on the bluff In Rodman's sub-dn ta
4ao wtti by a ana Vt acre lot ust outside city
limits, on bluff.
A very nice property, just outside of city limits
and citv taxes ; cheap, on easy terms .
One of tbe best SO acre farms, with first class
improvements in Bowling township; cheap.
A good house of eight rooms, dry cellar, water,
barn, and fine comer lot in the npper part of the
city, convenient to the saw mills, depot and Isl
A So. 1 business orner store and dwelling
on Moline avenue.
Two story frarna dwelling, six rooms, good
cellar, well and cirtern, lare barn, one half sere
of fine land, well located within a few steps of
M ilan street car, cheap.
: ; ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Ladies Fine Shoes, worth f 5.00 for 4.25
Ladies Fine Shoes,
Ladies' Fine Sboea,
Ladies' Fine Shoes,
Ladies' Fine Shoes,
Ladies' Lve Shoes,
Base Ball Shoes,
4 50 S 60
4 00 " 8 00
3.00 " 2.50
" 2 50 2.00
1.78 " 1.00
1.00 " .80
2829 Fifth Avenue.