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naE HOCK ISLAND ARGUS. TUESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1E80.
Or dry, we shall on Monday ft. m .Tan. 6,
itort ft closing sale on our Bed Blankets
ftnd Red Comfort.
li.-.l Comf.irtK 75c. 8o, 03c an
I iki that are good warm comforts and
worth 35 to 88 per cent more.
Iliihf r priced comforts still greater
White bed blanket at 58c per pair.
Offtj tted blankets at 5?c while they last.
All white blanket, all gray blankets
Bedford 10-4 white blankets carried
over from last season, were 92 00. marked
down first of this season to $1 83. We
place balance on sale Monday a. m. 11
pairs, all there are left at 91 82 a pair.
One lot scarlet blankets, odd and
ends, at 48c pr pound.
One lot pure cochineal dye, all pure
long wool scarlet blankets at 54c per
O.ir special Ml prices on Newmarkets
Is closed. It seems like making you a present when we sell you a Newmarket at
9 50 which cost 911 00 or 912 0O and for which we should hare got 914 00 or
915 , but so it is, and we shall continue to meet our fate and give you our profits
ami a good ileal more on all of this year's cloak stock.
1712. 1714. 1716. 1718. 1720 and 1722 Skcond Avknuk.
CLOSING OUT PRICES.
Plush Cabinet Albums 38 cents,
Leather Cabinet Albums 78 cents,
Sleds Below Cost,
Work Baskets Below Cost,
Stationery at '20 per cent off,
Cabinet Frames 20 per rent off;
Bibles at Cost,
Wall Paper at and Below Cost
Window Shades at Cost.
BIO BARGAINS in Every Department for we MUST
CLCSE out our Stock in Twenty Days.
UNTIL JAN. 1.
WM every order of Cabinet Photographs we will present an extra
PfeOtS handsomely framed in a gold furnished frame, well worth $1,00.
We would suggest that parties who wish to send Photos abroad for
ihe Holidays would do well to engage a sitting at an early date.
To 1725 Second Avenue,
Ton are invited to call at the corner of Brady and Sec
ond street, Davenport, and get a good warm pair of
You can save MORE than your street car fare Make
a New Yew's resolve to go and try it.
The Davenport Shoe Co.,
COR. BliADY AND SECOND,
Has opened his New and Spacious
No. 1G20 to 162G Third avenue,
there he would oe pleased to see his friends.
'All kind" f drink ai a- A In and Porter,
only place to the my where yon can got It.
Wall Paper, Curtains
AND ROOM MOULDINGS,
No. 1401 Second Avenue.
Umbrellas delayed in transit. A
shipment of silk umbrellas bought for
the holiday trade got lost on the road and
were not rewired till after Christmas.
One lot of 50 Gloria silk umbrellas,
gold handles, go at 94c.
One lot of silk umbrellas, assorted
styles, would have so'd at 91.75. 92 00,
92 1H, 92 88 and 92 50 all tbe latest styles
of gold and Hirer handles, all go at tbe
one price of 91 82 for choice.
All our high price silk umbrellas
will be marked down to make a sale of
umbrellas worthy of the undertaking.
The numerous styles do not permit us to
describe them all but we must especially
urge your attention to tbe two prices of
91c and 91 , 83. neither of which can again
Other rare bargains in special styles
which must be seen to be appreciated.
and cloaks will be continued until stock
KINGSBURY &. SON,
1705 Secend Aveuue.
and the well known drink ' Half and alf," tbe
RELIEF FOR THE NEEDY.
The R ick Island Society of Noble
An 0 MM wfthe WrU and Pur poms
Blae by the PreldentA Very le
ervl is Cawae.
The following communication from
Miss Weyerhauaer. president of tbe Rock
Island Relief society, furnished at the
Anaus' request, was received yesterday
afternoon too late for publication last
A mating of tbe Ladies' Industrial
Relief society was h-lil Haturdav after
noon in the Citin-ns' Improvement asso
ciation room. Ihe general interest in,
and sympathy for this organization, was
manifefted by a large attendance from all
portion' of the city. A lively discussion
astoths feasibility of beginning an in
dustrial school for the instruction of the
childrei of the needy poor took place.
Many 'tilling workers were found, but
the question was continua'ly brought up.
'How a-e we to raise funos to carry on
the work? Anyone who has evir been
impede 1 by tbe love of suffering human
ity to go in its behalf from house to
house, and, having been received dis
courteo isly, and made to feel that he or
she wtre beggine for self, know some
thing o-" the dissgreeableness of personal
solicitalon. It was, therefore, deemed
wisest tnd best for the present, at least
to st licit through generous daily pa
pers. We wish to impress upon the
minds and hearts of our good citizens
that tils organization, as Well as St.
Luke's hospital, which owes lis existence
today t the continued efforts of a com
parativ ly few faithful ladies are city
institutions, and have consequently a
right t claim yonr sympathy and sup
port. There is in every human heart
a desin to uplift the down-trodden, and
as far i s possible to exercise that truest
charity viz: to teach the needy how to
help themselves, and since not everyone
can give personal attention to this mat
ter, it li tbe earnest request that you do
what y u can through this society either
by don ition in money, or in fuel, food or
clothing. At least you can become a
membe of the society. Art II, of the
constitution reads as follows:
"An; lady may hecome an aalive mem
ber, and any gentleman an honorary
membe - of this society bv paying an an
nual f e ; of one dollar."
The society hopes to meet the greater
part of its expenses by the fees of a large
membership, also wishes to work with
the overseer of the poor in the distribu
tion of that part of tbe funds due this
city. The first business transacted at
Saturday's meeting was the discussion of
tbe cocstitution. It was then voted that
thanks be tendered the Citizens' Im
provement association for the kind offer
of the use of their room. The meeting
then a Ijourned to the first Saturday in
For 'he present the Industrial school
will be held Saturday afternoons from 2
to 4 o'i lock in the Citizens' Improvement
associa ion room, under Harper's theatre.
A port on of Art. VIII of by-laws on the
sewing school reads as follows:
"Th number at any one time shail not
exceed one hundred and as far as practi
cable ihall le composed of girls not
younge- than nine years, who from their
circum.' tances are in need of gratuitous
Instruc ion. If others are admitted it
roust b'' on condition that they pay suffi
cient t( meet the cost of materials used
in theii instruction '
Don tions in money can Ire sent to the
treasur-r, Mrs. Morris Rosenfield. or to
tbe preident. Miss Ehse Weyerhaeuser,
and all donations of old clatbing, food,
etc , can be sent to the Citizens' Improve
ment issociation room every Saturday
afternoon from 2 to 4 o'clock.
A list of the names of the ward man
agers i nd the committee for soliciting
membership will be oubllshed hereafter.
Elisk Wetkkhaei skr. Prts't.
The iubject, it need hardly be said, is
one tbi.t commends itself to the serious
thought and hearty cooperation of all our
people As Miss Weyerhaeuser statts
above, if one is unable tocontribnte to the
noble i ause, sympathy and cooperation in
tbe movement may at least be shown by
becoming a member of tbe society. That
tbe organization has a great and good
work lefore it right here in Rock Island
all wh se business pursuits as those of
the n ws gatherer for instance give
them as insight into the various modes of
life in I he city, will readily testify. Truly,
one half tbe world knows not how the
other ia!f lives," and It is tbe unfortu
nate, t e destitute and tbe suffering that
this society seeks to reach. What mora
noble riission could be conceived than to
alleviate suffering, to uplift the poverty
stricke i and to send sunshine into those
recesses where only misery is known.
Those who have consecrated their efforts
to this work will receive every encour.
agemei t possible.
Officers Schaab and Thomas urn-led a
couple giving their names as .luhn Nico-
lai and Mrs. Mason in unlawful company
in root is over Ransom's saloon on Market
square last night.
Tbe preliminary hearing of the case of
assault to murder against Clarence Mart
for sta ibing the actor, Wm. Chatterton,
on New Year's eve, came up before Mag
istrate Wivill yesterday afternoon. Man
ager P G. Hamlin and Mr. Chatterton
comlm from Abingdon, where the com
pany is playing, to testify, and also to
give ll eir evidence before the grand jury
in tht case. State's Attorney M. M.
Sturgeon appeared for the prosecution
and Mij J. M. Beardsley for tbe de
fense. Mart was remanded back to jail
in deft ult of $500 bail.
Whi n Hermann Schultz. who works at
Weyerhauser & Denkmann's mill, re
turned to his home on First avenue, be
tween Fifth and Sixth streets at mid
night, be was surprised to find in pos
session of one of bis sleeping rooms a
middl -aged woman, who defied his ef
forts t eject her from his premises. He
thereupon summoned the police, and
Deputy Marshal Long and Officer Scbaab
removed the woman to tbe Armory .where
she g ive her name as Kate Kelley, of
Dave t port. She made no defense, ex
cept t j at she was in need of a place to
sleep, and unknown to Mr. Schultz'
f ami) , had boldly entered his bouse and
taken possession . She was turned out
this a orning.
f Hone t onipauy Klert ion
1 Tht Phoenix hose company last even
ing elected officers as follows:
Foreman Fred Yager.
Am slant Foreman Wm. Marvin.
Sec etary J J. Albery .
Traiaurer Wm. Hettahrend.
The Meeting in Rork Island Venter
day. ...Paper DlaeasseA and Flec
tion or Officer. F.tr
The Tri-City Ministerial association
held its regular bi-monthly session yes
terday in the parlors of the Broadway
Presbyterian church. Seventeen minister-
representing the various denomina
tions in the three cities were present.
The general topic for discussion was
"The World's Redemption." The first
paper, by tbe Rev. Oilman Parker, ot the
First Baptist church, Moline, bandied j
the question, "What is tbe Relation of
the Church to the Masses at Hornet" Tie
central thought of tbe speaker was that
the church of Christ had been put in
trust with the gospel and it is her duty
not simply to stand and call upon men to
come tnd receive it. but to carry it to
tbem and urge them to accept it. Thef
best methods of reaching all classes, th
difficulties and objections experienced
and the successes of the church in face of
great opposition in all ages, was then
discussed by the association. Tbe bout
for lunch having arrived, tbe association
proceeded to Mrs. Haverstick's, where
arrangements had been made for their
entertainment in a most hospitable and
After dinner occurred the election of
officers to seive for one year with the
President Rev. J. B. L-ttle, Daven
port. Vice President Rev. H. C. Leland,
Secretary and Treasurer Rev. Addis
Albro, D. D., Moline.
The programme committee also made
its report of a programme for tbe next
meeting to be held in Davenport two
months hence, choosing as the topic of
discussion, "Sabbath Observance," "The
Nature and Obligation of the Sabbath,"
Dr. Albro; "Sabbath Laws." Rev. G. W.
Gue; "The Duty of tbe Church on the
Matter of Sabbath Observance," Rev.
The business of the day attended to, the
association was frbe to enjoy an excel
lent paper prepared and presented by
Rev. J. M. Linn, of the Presbyterian
church, Geneseu, on "The Duty of the
Church Toward the Heathen." It showed
that from the standpoint of scripture,
theology and history, the church had but
one choice if she was to fulfill her mis
sion, and that was, "to go preach, the
gospel to every creature." The paper
closed with a comprehensive and thrilling
account of the successes achieved by the
gospel in heathen lands in this centuiy.
Both speakers received a vote of thanks
and the association was adjourned with
a few words of thanks and congratula
tion from the retiring president. Rev. W.
The f o nicer, or Baford Pout aad
of the H oasen'a Keller Corn Take
Their Hrata Prraentatiwn.
Last evening occurred the public in
stallation of Buford Post 243, G. A. R.,
and of the Women's Relief Corps 66.
There was a large and interesting gath
ering present, and tbe services proved
very entertaining. Capt.J. W. Brack -ett
acted as installing officer of
THE rOST OFFICERS
P. C H. C. Harris.
S. V. C. E. Wilcber.
J. V. C J. H. Gardner.
Chaplain Rev. G. W. Gue.
Quartermaster F. C Hemenway.
Surgeon Dr. E H. Bowman.
O. B J. H. Park.
O. G B. M. Ellis.
Adt. J. A. Montgomery.
Sergt. Maj W. A. Norris.
Q. M. Sergt. C. W Hawes.
Color Sergt. C. B. Knox.
Color Guards Wm. Coulton and C.
Thomas Campbell then installed the
THE RELIEF CORPS.
President Mrs. F. H. Hemenway.
S. V Mrs. II . C. Harris.
J. V. Mrs. Rhoda Ells.
Secretary Mrs. Louisa Johnson .
Treasurer Mrs. W. A. Norris.
Chaplain Mrs. E. Wilcher.
Conductor Mrs. Anna Davis.
Guard Mrs. Augusta Gorham.
Assistant Cond. Mrs. Susan Nash.
Assistant Guard Mrs. John Evans.
At tbe conclusion ol this impressive
ceremonial, Mrs. Louisa Johnson, on be'
half of tbe corps, presented Mrs. Hemen
way, the president, with a beautiful gold
Matese cross, accompanying
with a touching and appropriate ad
dress, as an evidence of the esteem and
appreciation of tbe corps of tbe preei
dent, who for the third time bad been
selected and installed as its executive
officer. After dwelling on the duties of
the president and its relations to the so.
ciety, the lady said:
"The regular attending members have
purchased a gold Maltese cross, tbe ems
blera of our order, which I now in their
behalf present to you, confident that you
will accept it in tbe same spirit in which
it is given, and prize it not for its in
trinsic value, but because it is tbe gift of
love and may the crosses of your earthly
life rest as lightly upon you as does the
weight of this little emblem, beneath
whose shining surface beats a heart whose
every throb sends forth an earnest wish
for the prosperity of the W. R. C, whose
loyal work may be traced beyond its own
border, and found lovingly aiding and
cheering our cherished comrades, in their
labor of love and loyalty. And when
you shall have laid down this cross of
life, may it only be in exchange for an
eternal crown, the right to which you shall
have purchased with a life of unbroken
friendship, unlimited charity, and never
ending loyalty, while wearing tbe Mal
tese cross of the Women's Relief Corps."
Mrs. Hemenway was completely over
whelmed with the surprise, and visibly
affected by tbe kind words that bad been
spoken, but she found expression for her
gratitude for tbe magnificent gift.
Following this there were remarks by
Commander Harris, a vocal selection by
Miss Maud Crandall, and recitations by
Misses Clara Johnson and Ethel Archer.
A splendid supper followed.
Tbe post and relief corps were on this
occasion the recipients of a ton of coal,
a cooked turkey, and sundry articles with
the compliments of Hon. Bailey Dayen-port.
Dancing school at Turner hall Wednes
Dancing school at Turner hall Wednes
Skating at tbe rink this evening.
Ladies free. Good music.
Are your hands chapped? Use Black
Hawk Tar soap healing and pleasant.
Black Hawk Medicated Tar soap is
soothing and healing to chapped hands.
Every grocer and druggist sells Black
Hawk Medicated Tar soap. Prbe five
cents a cake.
R. F. Reid. who is now a full-fledged
Texan, is in the city to spend the winter
with old friends.
There will be services at the First Bap-
tist church this evening, and every even
ing this week, except Saturday
Mrs. Wm. M. Reck, who has been vis-
Lning relatives at Greenville, Pa., for the
last three months, is expected to return
hotne tomorrow evening.
Rev. Griffith, of Cable, preached in tbe
Ninth street M. E. church laBt evening.
Rev. G. W. Gue preaches tonight and
every evening during the week.
Loosley & Koowlton this morning paid
to the Mespers. Sears fTll, the amount
of the insurance in tbe Lancashire com
pany on tbe office adjoining the mill.
La Grippe is still prevailing in Rock
Island and several severe cases are re
ported. Tbe Messrs. Negus, proprietors
of tbe Rock Island house, Night Clerk
Martin and Bcveral of the help are
tussling with tbe ailment.
The regular quarterly meeting of the
Iowa & Illinois Central District Medical
association will be held in the rooms of
tbe Davenport Business Men's association
at 2 p. m. on Thursday of this week. A
feature will be a report from tbe health
officers of the three cities on the prevalent
An interesting wrestling match is to
occur at Turner hall, this city, next Fri
day evening between Chas. Green, cham
pion of England, and Martin Burns, of
Iowa. The conditions are that Green ia
to throw Burns five times in an hour
Both Green and Burns took part in the
recent tournament at Davenport, where
the former captured first honors and
The ferry having ceased to run, the
Adams and American Express companies
attempted to use tbe government bridge
yesterday, but were prevented, and in
consequence have arranged to cross the
river at Savanna, and use the C, M. &
St. P. on either side. An effort should
be made to get these companies the nriv
ileges of tbe bridge here.
A new time card went into effect on
theC.M. & St. P. Sunday, but it did
not in tbe least affect trains on tbe Ra
cine & Southwestern division. On the
Chicago & Iowa division this company
made a number of important changes.
putting on the most elegantly-equipped
vestibule train that runs west from Chi-
cago, being provided with steam heat,
and electric illumination and fitted out in
the most magnificent style conceivable.
R. W. O'Meara, city editor of the Dav
enport Times, was attacked by unknown
parties on Rock Island street in Daven
port last night, and shamefully beaten
and bruised. The assailants sneaked up
behind bim, and after doing their cow
ardly. dirty work, fled. The police of
Davenport have a good opportunity
to show a manly retaliation for Mr.
O'Meara's unjustifiable course toward the
force, by putting forth special efforts to
bring the fiends to justice. Davenport
h-is certainly been indulging in this foot
pad play recently to an extent that is a
disgrace to the city, and it is time that it
An explanation has come from Mr. J
M. Buford as to how the counterfeit
nickels found near the river Sunday, got
there. A little over a year ago when the
old Moline & Rock Island company
was turning over its franchise and
property to the Holmes people Mr
Buford had a cigar box full of
counterfeit five cent pieces which from
time to time had been found in the boxes
on tbe cars. One day be gave tbem to
his son Clark to dispose of and the latter
thought the best plan would be to com
mit them forever to the then apparently
impenetrable bosom of tbe Father of
rivers. Tbe water was then high but
when it receded it gave back the bogus
The ferry Spencer went into winter
quarters at sundown last evening. The
boat had been in a perilous situation all
day, being fast upon tbe rocks above the
regular landing, while tbe water was re
ceding continuously. Below the city, a
sand bar stretching out into the river.
made it appear impossible to get into the
harbor when once out into the stream. A
slight rise, however, was taken advantage
of by Capt. Robinson, wbo gave orders
that hot fires be made, and tbe boat, by a
great effort, got off tbe shore, and started
for the harbor, actually plowing over the
bar and getting into a place of safety by
tbe most remarkable circumstances. It
was impossible for ber to get more than
her "nose" into the harbor so low is the
water, but she is out of the way of dan
ger. The river rose considerably last
night, owing no doubt, to a gorge below.
Today the water is going down again.
At 8 o clock this afternoon the river
was stationary, at 0 below tbe low water
Property for Bale.
In consequence of my removal to Cali
fornia I will sell the fine residence prop
erty, corner Twentyflrst street and
Eighth avenue. 128 feet front. This is
one of the most desirable homes in tbe
city. Everything in first class condition.
Good family horse for sale, also several
stoves and sundry household articles.
H. C. Wbithiduk.
A . r-at HlauBh ler.
Assignees' sale of clothing, hats, caps,
trunks, satchels and gentlemen s furnish
ing goods at tbe Golden Eagle clothing
house. Rock Island, 111., commencing
Dec. 31. 1889. Goods must be sold for
cash for benefit of creditors. Now is
the time to clothe yourselves. Go before
all the great bargains are gone.
H. P. Hull, Assignee.
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
There will be a meeting of tbe direc
tors of the Rock Island Building associa
tion Tuesday evening, January 7, 1890,
for the purpose of loaning money. Stock
in the 31st series now issued.
E. H. Outer. 8ec'y.
C. A. Btbsl, Manager.
JDBT ONE RIGHT,
THUR8DAY, EVE., JAN. 9th.
America's Blue Minstrel Attraction,
The world's greatest trio of Minstrel producers,
under the management or wm. Kvertoie.
Positively presenting the same excellent pro
gram that made the phenomenal hit at the Globe
Theatre, Boston, eek of Aug. 12th.
Every Act New Every Act a Feature.
"The New rirat ran."
"The All America Base Ball Team.
"The New South."
"The Golden Shoe Quadrille.
Magntflcen' and elaborate production of James
uorman's original unentai operetta,
The Princess of Cambodia
The whole performance a mnat notable produc
tion in Modern Minstrelsy.
Prices-25, 60. 75c and fl.09: seata at usual
Cbas. A. Stskl, Manager.
SATURDAY EVE., JAN. 11th.
A Mt "e. A Tllter. A Llllth. A Rmr VThh
CNoblgha. V !.- No Tragedy -All Fun.
In the latest popular Farce-Comedy craze.
"A BASE HIT"
By C. E . Sinne. presented bra strong company of
piyern, inciuuing me exciiao:e umpire.
Mr. Willi rd Sinus.
Sparkling Gems of Music.
Artimo ana uroteeque Dances.
Beautiful and Attractive Coatnmes
New, Interesting and Pretty Faces.
Laueh and the World Laughs with You.
A Base Hit" Is by lone odda the beat Diete of
in, biuu id rAisimte Minneapolis journal.
i ne interest acee not lag one moment Minne
apolis Tribune .
Large audiences hav. lanetaed nurosrinuflv St.
Prices 75, 50 and 25 cents.
Public notice is hereby uiven that The Moline
and Kock Island Horse Railroad e'omnanv. will.
at a meeting of the city council of the city ol
Rock Island, to he held on Monday the 6th davof
January, A. D 1890, at the ci y council rooms in
tne city oi kock taiana in the state or Illinois,
(and at all subsequent meetings.) present Its pe
tition to said city council, requesting said city
council to gram it the rietit to consiriict. main
tain ana operate a nonhie or single track street
railway upon and along Nineteenth street in said
city from the intersection of said street with
Second avenue to its intersection with Thltd ave
nnc In said city; also upon and along Fifteenth
street n said city, from its Intersection with
Third avenue to its intersection with Fourth ave
nne, and from said last named Intersection west
upon and along Konrth avenue to its Intersection
with Mnth street, and from said last named inter
section south npon and along Mnth street to
Eleventh avenue in said cltv. with the rirht to
connect the same with the tracks of said Horse I
KailroR1 Company, and of the Union Street Hail-
way company, ana to operate the same in con
Dated this 4th day of January. A. D. 1890.
The Moliks and Rock Islakd Horse Rah.
6-10t By C B. HOLMES, Prcsl ent.
Just received, all
to be sold at
10 Cents per Copy,
by mail 11 cents.
Identical with that for which
you are asked to pay from
four to ten times our price by
and Banjo strings
at low prices.
Call and see for yourselves.
C. C. Taylor
1625 Second avenue,
Under Rock Island House.
Secured by First Mortgage,
TOB SALB AT
AND 7 PER CENT.
INTSREST COLLICTSD WITHOUT CHAB8I.
No trouble or expense snared to secure choicest
Onr Fonrtecn years' experience and long es
tablished local agendas give us
Call or write for circulars or rafcrances.
nijgWIggMng jfWfcNPOrYr 10.
m st-s or
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times tbe amount
of the loan.
Interest 7 per cent semi annually, collected and
remitted rree or cnarge.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Rooms S and 4 Masonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
on Improved Farms in the
Best Counties of Iowa,
The Farms were Inspected by
C. A. FICKE,
818 Main St, DAVENPORT, I A.
Inaugurate this week a clearing sale on a grand scale. The time has come to
clean house. You will find bargains this week in all departments, as
Plaid Dress Goods 6c a yard
Plaid Dress Goods 8 and 10c a y'd.
Double Fold Cashmeres flje a yard.
Bordered Cashmeres li!c a yard.
English Cashmeres, fine weave 10c a yard.
15 Pair Wool Flannels, Stripes, suitable for dresses, skirts, wrap
pers, etc , at
15 CENTS A ?ARD
You can't match it for the money.
TOWELS Linen Towels 5c each. Damask towels 10c up . Bleached
Napkins 5c a piece. All linen fringed Napkins 5c each. Other
bargains not mentioned.
BED SPREADS Fine assortment of Bed Spreads, medium to floe
qualities at lowest prices.
20 PER CENT OFF
CLOAKS Take your choice of Cloth Garments at 20 per cent off price,
1-5 off deducted from price of all cloth garments.
Rock Island. Illinois.
Geo. WT. D. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
228 Seventeenth St., under Commercial Hotel, ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
The nicest Christmas or New Years present to make to your
f amily would be
A House and Lot,
A Few Acres on the Bluff,
Western Land, or
any good renting property.
If yoj have anything to exchange or
companies, call on Geo. W. D. Harris before Jan. 1 to enable you to make a guita
ble present acceptable at any time.
Only $1,00 PER GALLON,
KOHN & ADLER'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK. ; ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
ROCK ISLAND HOUSE BARBER SHOP
AND BATH ROOMS.
Have been re-opened under tbe management of Mr. BAKRT FAT, a f.r-t c'sa barber, who so
licits a tbare of public patronage. Tbe shop baa been renovated, re painted and re-papered
throughout and tne bath rooms reearpeted. In fact ererytblng Is In first-class shape.
LOWEST PRICES IN THE CITY
Children's Felt Slippers,
Misses' 44 44
Women's 44 "...
Misses' High Button Gaiters
Women's Alaskas, ...
Gentlemen's Patent Leather Pumps
In Gentlemen's Holiday Slippers we
70c to $8 50. Felt Hoots and Overs sold
Electric Sudor for the feet, 5 cents per bdx.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr..
ELM STREET 8HOE STORE
want your property insured in first-class
have tbe finest assortment in the ciT for
regardless of cost.
SHOE STORK, Second Aven