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Will not street the value of cotton, cot
loa is down, but owing to the increased
,!. lndiiil tt tb season of tbe year, man
ufactures of muslin arc Arm on the price
A month, yen two moniha ago. found
I hearing the market on muslins, and aa
, ivsult we own a quantity of muolina
much lers than market prices of today.
A STIR IN MUSLINS
Tbil week. Price that should create
no immense rush for all muslins and cot
Will guote a few prices only, but every
vM of muslin on band will be marked
jowr to compare with muslins bought
f?EAD THE PTICE
Hlertcued muslin a yard.
belter bleached muslin 4fc a yard.
Battel bleached muslin 5 a yard.
better bleached heavy and soft finish
t, ' a yard.
One lot slightly soiled bleached mua
lin, worth !tyc, goes at 6fc a yard .
Ht vard for genuine yard wide, fruit
tbe loom muslin
A nMPrB,,T ? 'V? r bH,e of 8e of Snv' hTn quality to each
I Sf win be limited Job lot antique linen laces about two-thirds value
178. 1H 1718. 1718. 1720 and 1722 Second Avknuk.
-BUY WALL PAPER-
A word to the wise is sufficient. You ran save money
by buying of us now.
House Furnishing Goods,
Gas Fitting Stock
BAKER & HOUSMAN.
KOHN &c ADLER,
Removed to MS Seventeenth Street
Coughs, Colds, Etc.,
Irish Cough Syrup,
(10 and 25c
For Liver and Kidney Troubles
NOTHING equal to
Thomas' Liver and Kidney Pills,
25c a Box Sample free.
Manufactured by . .
T. H. THOMAS,
Druggist, Rock Island.
As las Intimatetl
A few weeks ago our first importation of
were to arrive about this time are in and
uuw on Bie( BnJ , connection with
what we have in it u. , .
. .,.. wnn uic iirifest
Stnt f TORCHON. MEDICI and
ANTIQUE linen lacea in the west.
One lot machine Torchoi laces. ner
Viwl t ... I e .
ui iwi yaras ror 1C.
Linen laces 2c. 3c, 4, and 5c. a yard.
Call special attention to a large as
sortment of fine narrow laces at 10 and
18c a vard.
Heavy Torchon lace 4 inches wide, 10c
Choice patterns in Van Dyke and Flor
entine linen lacea.
Second Shipment new EMBROIDER
iao n ssie mis week
Unbleached muslin 8fc a yard
Better unbleached muslin 5c a yard.
Better unbleached rauclln fie a yard.
Heavy unbleached muslin 6c a yard
Ettra quality fine unbleached muslin
7c a yard.
Pepperel R yard wide, unbleached
muslin 6Tc a yard.
Double width (-heeling mu-lin 12Jc a
WE A HE
KINGSBURY & SON,
1705 Second Avenue.
MUST HAVE IT.
More Eforta to Secure the Gun
Factoi y .
The Trt-rttv - - u ......
ports, and Petll ion. the Hn i etarj or
" "r Cola. Whltteaaore
nn Is It for. Hit.
The irt city gun factory committee bad
a largely HMM meeting ; the parlors
of the Harptr yesterday afternoon at 8
o'clock. C balrman Phil. Mitchell, of this
city, prea ding, and Secretary J. 8. Wylie
of Daven ort. being in his place. Re
ports wer I called for from the delegates
who visit ;d Wi shington in the interests
of the pr ject, all of whom were present:
mayor M. Conochle and President Has.
of the Rk Island Citirena' Improve
ment assc ciation ; J. 8. Wylie. of Daven
port, and Hon. H. A. Ainsworth, of Mo
liae. Th i latter stated that as fax as he
could ol serve, the difficulty seemed to be
now tuat the government bad not posts
eufflciently equipped to create a demand
or use toi these great guns. The secre
tary of w ir very sensibly was opposed to
storing ttem, bat he was undoubtedly
committait to their favor if there was
any place to put them, and If the war de
partment should order the manufacture
of such guns Rock Island would surely be
selected a one of the places of manu'ac
Mr. Po 1 Mitchell spoke of the great
importance of Rock Island arsenal and
the fact that there was no government
plant that had a power equivalent to that
on the island. He also alluded to the
important e of Col. Whittemore's idea of
the transnission of power by electricity.
Mayor McConochie and Messrs. Hass
id Wyli.; spoke of their trips to Wash
ington and wrnt tbey bad learned and
iscoverel, the latter also alluding to the
Kgeated military prison location on the
and, wl rch he found on investigation
ould be none other than a penitentiary
far tbe incarceration of those guilty of
federal o lenses, and that convict labor
on the Is and would follow its location
here. Tbe arsenal would be degenerated
from its real purpose by permitting the
location f the prison on the island and
he accord ngly nan used all means in his
power to discourage any idea of locating
one on R ck Island.
On motion of Mr. C. A Dart tbe sec
retarv waj authorized to write Senators
Allison, I'arwell, Wilson and Cullm,also
Congressmen Hayes and Ge9t, requesting
ihem to ase their influence to have Col.
Whiuemr. re called to Washington. The
object is that he miy have an oppor
tunity to eiplain hit plans for the use of
electric piwer in connection with the eun
plant. (t was also suggested that the
secretary of war call Col. Fiagler. who
directed the plans for the construction of
tbe build ngs on the island to Washing
ton, to give teatimony as to the solidity
of the fo indations and the strength of
Mm W ent.
Mr Mtltliew Hogan. for a number of
ear.- .tie k clerk in tbe local height uf
Pce of th I Kotk Island & Peoria railway,
gave up I is position Saturday night and
left for Colton, Cel., where he accepts a
position under Mr. A M. Bruner, for
merly of Rock Is'and, in the employ of
the Soutl ern Pacific road. Mr. Hogan
left eo inexpectedly that it occasioned
-rut um asineas on the part of friends
for a co lple of days, while some malic
iously in?lined person started a wholly
unfounded report that Mr. Ho
gan had gone under unfavorable
circumstances. This is entirely false,
48 a iiore upright and straight
forward young man does not live
in the city. He had long had a desire to
go to Cal fornia, not on'y on account of
bis healtl , but in acceptance of a very
desirable position which bis old em
ployer held out to him. He yiaited Cali
fornia a ear ago and has been anxioua
to return since, but family ties held him.
At lust, bowever, having arrived at the
determination that bis beat interests de
manded hat be go west, be started with
out form tlity or delay. A friend has
ir.ee received a letter dated St. Louis
from Mr Hogan
The unkindly angel of death has again
invaded .he home of Mr. and Mrs. L E.
Arnold. 522 Thirty -first street, and
' laimed mother of its most precious or
naments. Little Bertie, aged eight
years, di.-d last night of diphtheria, and
the funeal occurred at 10 o'clock this
morning The sickness was of but three
days' duration, and Dr. Paul states It was
of the n ost malignant type be has seen
this yea . It was hut a few weeks ago
that Mr and Mrs Arnold were called up
on to pert with their bright little daughs
tcr witb the same dread disease, and now
tbey are doubly afflicted.
and ' ar
w;th a f
y Attorney Wm McEuiry re
tina morning from hia three
visit to New Orleans and St.
In the latter city he was present
icipated in the Emmett anniver
r.-ises on Monday evening, to
te Globe Dtmocrat of yesterday
has this complimentary allusion:
McEniry, ex-city attorney of
and, III , who Is in the city as
t of Mayor Noonan, was Intro -
tbe audience, and pleased them
hort speech full of love and ad
for the Irish and their cause.
Inspector Barns Dead.
week ago occurred the death at
e of Capt. John G Scott, ateam
tpector for this district. Now
ae news from Galena of tbe death
esterday -of Capt. Scott's col
Capt. Thoe Burns, aged fifty-four
This leaves two inspectors to be
ed for this district. Capt. Burns
psj steamboating on tbe upper
ppl since he wm twenty years of
1 was appointed inspector by
TJ. 8. Smkajl. Owes, I
Washington, D. C, MarchG . f
For ;he next 84 hours for Illinois:
Fair; SAtionsry temperature .
ISLAND AilGUS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 1890.
ANXIOUS TO QUIT.
Aid. hi ui.. of aVatoBtS 'r-aten a Sir-mi..-
in the. t iiun. ii by TeBaertna;
his KeatKaatton, and In.i.tma
I pon Its Aeeeptanee.
During Monday evening's meeting of
the Moline city council Aid. Kerns.with-
out giving bis colleagues tbe least inlis
mation of his intention, sent forward to
tbe clerk's desk a document which
proved to be none other than bis resig
nation as one of the aldermen of tbe
Third ward, the same to take effect at
once. A profound sensation was created .
Alderman Kerns said be was in earnest,
and that he would be much obliged to
the council for its acceptance. Al
derman Stephens moved that tbe
resignation be not accepted. Alder
man Kerns thought that that would be
pretty rough. He had been in the coun
cil seven years, and he was tired of the
business. In fact, he had never bad
any particular liking for it, but al the
request of the people of his ward, he
had consented four t ime to be a candi
date. He had served as a'derman longer
than any man tver elected to tbe city
council of Moline, and thought be bad
done his duty to the lest of hie ability
If bis resignation was accepted be would
leave the council with some regrets, be
cause bis relaliods with his fellow mem
bers bad always been p!eastnt But be
bad gotten tired, and tbe council would
confer a favor by accepting his resigna
tion. A vote on the motion of Alderman
Stephens not to accept the resignation,
showed it to be tbe unanimous sense of
tbe council Alderman Kerns refraining
from voting, but later he again
obtained the floor ard expressed the
hope that by the next meeting the coun
cil weuld finally accept his resignation
Mayor Wessel stated that if Mr. Ki rns
insisted on it, no one could prevent his
resignation from takirg effect. If he in
tended to insist on the resignation, he
might render necessary tbe special elec
tion he sought to avoid. He said that if
he intended to insist on the resignation.
it was a matter that should be attended
to then otherwise a special election
would be rendered necessary, this being
the last meeting at which a twenty-day--'
notice of election could be autboiized in
time for the regular election day, April 1
Alderman Daggett now moved to amend
the election notice so as to include the
election ot an alderman in the Third ward
for one year to fill the vacancy. Alder
man Pierce wanted to hear Mr. Kern9
withdraw bis resignation. Alderman
Stewart made a speech eulogizing
Alderman Kerus, as the council's old
"stand by," and hoping he wouldn't
desert tbem now. If he had fully
made up his mind, however, a sec
ond to Alderman Daggett's motion was
in order. Alderman Kerns said he hadn't
had this matter in mind several months
for the purpose of flopping ovtr so quick
ly. A k-r inn;, Stewart now seconded
Daggett's motion, and it was adopted and
the election notice changed accordingly.
Alderman Daggett moved that the res
ignation be accepted, to take effect at the
end of ihe municipal year in April. But
Mr. Kerns objected. Having he wanted it
to take effect at once. Tbe mayor held
that be could not be compelled to serve
to the end of the year.
Alderman Kerns now returned thanks
to bis fellow member for their uniformly
kind consideration, not only for their
friendly feeling, hut also for accepting
his resignation. He felt as if be was go
ing away from borne. He thought the
council would get along as well without
him as witb him, perhaps better, and his
retirement would give opportunity to put
some more "new blood'' into the council,
for which there seemed to he more or
The principal feature of yesterday
afternoon's session of the county board
was the report of the poor farm com
mittee composed of T. J Murphy
and L. F. Oraile, and which is quite
voluminous and shows the property on
hand to be: Furniture, etc , $2.798 70;
dry goods and clothing, $2ttS 87; farm
and live stock, fS,519 90; groceries, f 1,
009 69; drugs, etc . 109 50; total, $7.
791 66 Steward Dow's cash account for
the year 189 sbos receipts of S56 35
including a balance of $10 carried over
from last year. He has paid tbe county
treasurer $328 4o, leaving in his hands
$27 95 Tbe number of inmates in 1889
was 102, of whom BS were males and 47
females, and all whites except one col
ored man aud one woman. There was
only one child under 16 years The in
sane number 50, the idiotic 10. tbe blind
6, and the deaf and dumb 2 . Eight men
and four women died during the year.
The committee also reports on the new
building for the insane as ordered at the
The board decided tu visit tbe poor
farm tomorrow afternoon an1 adjourned
until this morning, when committee work
was taken up and it has consumed the
greater part of the day thus far.
The Loan Exhibition.
The first loan exhibition of the Daven
port Art association opened at library ball
acrosa the river yesterday afternoon, and
will continue with two exhibits daily,
afternoon and evening, until Saturday
nigbt. There is an extensive and at
tractive display of works of art and
skill, to which examination reveals the
fact that Rock Island has contributed
quite liberally, some of the paintings
from this city being particularly fine
indeed, among tbe most admired In
Tbe Rock Island artists represented
are: Misses Hattie Jackson, Blanche Bu
ford, Harriet Rosenfield, Florence A.
Stewart, Lizzie Eemble, E. Blakeslev, C.
Mlxter, Mrs. H. C. Kingsbury, Mrs. Geo.
Kingsbury. Mrs. Maxwell, Mrs. A. H.
McCandless. Mr. J. N Hardy.
A curious will was recently opened in
a near city. It read as follows: "I be
qaestb my large property in real estate
equally to my two daughters with the
earnest request that they will live har
moniously and always keep on hand s
good supply of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup."
Spring gloves of all kinds at Bennett's
Cashmere ombres 181 a yard at Mc
Butter and eggs sold at wholesale or
retail at Betcher s.
Go to Beecber's commission store for
your butter and eggs.
Good cooking butter three pounds for
25 cents at Beecber's.
Mr. H. W. Smytbe, the restaurateur.
is on the sick list.
Chas. Errin Verner. in "Shamu9
O'Brien." al the theatre tonight.
lion. W. F. Crawford and son, of
Edgington, were in the city today.
John Remer, tbe ferry pilot, goes to
Jacksonville tomorrow to visit his wife
The East End Progressive euchre club
met with the Misses Buford last evening
Cambric muslin 8c a yard at McCabe
Bros . muslin sale. Sheeting muslin 124c
Fine seedless oranges, bananas, Malaga
grapes and Winter Nellis pear9 at A
Come for tbem quick. Cashmere om
bres 18J cents; choice styles go first
Tbe new dress fabric - cashmere om
bres 18J cents a yard. Choice styles at
Torchon and rxedici linen laces new
goods; prices down . New embroideries
at McCabe Bros
Lost A sky terrier. Reward will be
paid for bis return to Dr. G. L Eyster,
1109 Second avenue.
'Squire Hawes last evening united in
marriage Geo. H . Osborn and Miss Lydia
M. Shirley, both of Davenport.
Mr. Louis Bowman leaves for Chicago
in tiie morning to enter upon his duties
in the state office of the V. M C. A.
The Moline Y. M C. A. has elected
Mr- C. D. Jordan, of Cedar ttapids, sec
retary in plam of N. W Woodford, re
signed. Kohn & Adlcr and their force of good
looking assistants feel happy in their new
quarters in the Pfoh building, on Market
The remodeled Trinity church will be
reopened next Sunday witb appropriate
services. Bishop Burgess will be in attendance-
Tomorrow bleached muslin 2" a yard.
for one day only, at McCabe Bros. Spe
cial valuns in bleiched muslins at 6c,
etc ttjc, 7 and ejc.
Found A large black Newfoundland
dog. Owner may have tbe same by call-
ins at J. W. Jones'second hand store, on
Second avenue and paying charges.
Mrs. J. H. Wilson left last niuiit for
Greenville, Pa., having been summoned
to the bedside of ber father, who is very
ill Her son, Marvin Case, accompanied
The city council ol Clinton, Iowa, for
mally inaugurated its paid fire department
Monday. Kock Island will not be far
behind its enterprising Iowa contempo
A sleighing party came down from
Port Byron last night and made Miss
Emma Simmons the subject of a pleasant
visit at her home on fourth avenue be
tween Nineteenth and Twentieth streets.
Mr. J W. Jones has purchased of Mr
Bowker, the second-hand store at No.
1612 Second avenue and will try and fur
nish the public with new and second
hand goods of every description at
reasonable pi ices.
A pound sociable and dance will be
given at Armory bail this evening by the
W omen a Belief Corps of Buford Post.
G. A- R. The obiect of this enteriin.
ment is to raise funds for the furtherance
Of naiital.le obj cts ly tbe ladies, who
have enlisted themse'ves in the commend
able work, and w ho need and deserve the
support of their friends. Admission only
26 cents, supoer extra.
Messrs Curse .t Oblweiler are busy
gettinp ready for iheir spring and sum.
mer business. This estajlishment has
every convenience for facilitating the bot
tling business and is recognized as one
of the leading bottling houses in the
country. Neatness and cleanliness oer.
vades every part of this establishment.
Consequently anyone can drink the
liquids bottled there and know that tbey
Detective Gartland and Captain Mar
tens made an important arrest in Daven
port last evening of three monte men
named Con Oieason, Paul Busch and
James Sanford, who had fleeced a traveler
out of $60. All of the prisoners wore
geld watches and were well supplied with
money. Sanford bad $121 in his posses
sion, Busch 947 and Gieason 45 The
name of the man whom they fleeced is
Mr. A C. Man, late manager of the
Biirtis opera hou-e at Davenport, hae
made a propositioa for the lease of Har
per's theatre for a term of years at the
expiiatlon of Manager Steel's lease, and
it is likely that a lease will be consum
mated. The improvements to the thea
tre, heretofore stated in the Aroi's, will
be made the coming season whether a
change is made in the management or
Mr. Matthew Scbafer, of Zuma, was in
tbe city today. He came down for the
purpose of getting the Weeelt Anous
prize wagon which he won the past win
ter, and after attaching his team to it
drove down from the Moline Wagon
company's works that his friends might
see it. The wagon is one of the best
turned out of the Moline Wagon compa
ny's works, and the inscription, "Arocs
Prize Wagon, has been added to the
letter ornamentation on the sides of tbe
box. Mr Schafer says tbe wagon will
last him twenty years.
Mr. Wm. McEniry witnessed an amus
ing outcome of the "McGinty gsg" while
1 1 New Orleans. A prominent citizen
there by the name of McGinty died, and
when the undertaker was telephoned for
be refused to respond , several messages
were sent for him, but to all he replied
that be could not be sold this year. Fin
ally, bowever. be sent a representative
out to investigate and he found that Mc
Ginty's corpse was actually in New Or
leans. Tbe funeral cortege proved to be
one of the largest ever held in the gulf
city and as it passed along tbe streets and
numerous Inquiries as to whose it was
were naturally properly answered, sever
al serious encounters resulted.
Mitobell & Lynde this afternoon de
cided upon the acceptance of tbe plans
of Architect E. B. Hammatt, of Daven
port, for their new metropolitan block.
L Is to be four stories in height, with
turret corner and tower, red sandstone
front and solid plate glass windows.
There will be a Second avenue entrance
to the bank which will occupy the same
corner it now does, and to a stone, while
there will be additional storeroom in the
rear of the store which faces Second ave
nue. There will be arched entrances to
the postofflc corridor, which too will he
greatly improved. The building in the
rear will be raised, provided with new
floors and made to correspond witb tbe
new building as far aa possible. Each
floor will be provided with office safe
vaults, water closets, etc., and the
building will be of the most modern de
"Why doesn't he take Hood's Sarsapa
rilia ." is the general inquiry of friends
when a person suffers from any disease of
.-w aonn of Veterans t amp
A new camp Sons of Veterans was in
stituted in Rock Island last nighr, which
practically supercedes tbe original
Beardsley camp Tbe camp" is to be
named J. W. Morris camp In honor of
the late Col. Morris, of the 128lh Illinois
regiment, aud enters upon its caieer
with twenty-seven members. The of
Captain J. B. Lidders.
First Lieutenant J. W.Cook.
Second Lieutenant F. C. Ells.
Camp Council Wm. A Norris, F. C.
Hemenway and F. C. Ells.
Been Too Free with Their Talk.
London, March :. Despite the ulau.-,il.l
explanations given by the authorities of the
Berlin university or the causes of the recent
dismissal of a number of Ainrn !
from the institution, it is hinted that the
real reason of the action or tli, tunntt
was based on governmental intimation that
the students in question had been too free in
me use or language beta to be subversive of
Important Liberal Gain In l.onduu.
London, March 5 The election iu the
North St Pancras division of London yes
terday resultel in the return of Mr T. H.
Bolton iOladstoniani by a vote of 2,657 to
4.c49 :or (irahara (Unionist). At the last
election Coi hrane-Baillie (Conservative),
was elected over Bolton by 24 majority!
This gain of lb4 votes is cau,iug great re
joicing among the Liberals.
J. M. Sweeney has moved his under
taking business from 1805 ti 1426
Second avenue, where he is receiving a
large stock of new goods. The manager,
Mr. Rowe, may be found at the new
stand night or day or by tbe telephone
Mr. Rowe is a practice! undertaker
and arterial embalmer.
Fine Art exhibit-
Tri-city fine art and school exhibit at
Library hall, Davenport, March 4'h to
bth inclusive, afternoon and evening.
Admission 25 ccnis six tickets ftl: chil
dren 10 cents For sale at Kingsbury's
and at Crampton's book store.
Chattel Mortgage Nate
On Thursday, March 6. at lu a. m..
I will sell at public sale the entire stock
of goods formerly in the 99 cent store,
Moline, to the highest bidder for cash.
Oeo H. Edwards, Trustee.
This weather Is creating a great de
mand for Black Hawk pine tar soap It
cures chapped bands.
Mclntire Bro. have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
O. A. Steel, - Manarer
ONE NIGHT OITLT.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5th.
Ki.eagt mem at tae irlttlfntaatnl Comedian.
C. E. VERNER,
In ihi- Dmatifui Historic drama
The Bould Boy of Olingall.
SUagaUb Dy-The Merrymaking scifte
G ingall by Moonlight Tbe Arreet ot Shftmn
Tbe Thrilling Oaiiowe Srene
Tu f.-.&pe from Pottobalki Barrack?
The Irish fences, jlK and reels, and aeai the
eoasaj duett, wu and f.-miiuent .
Nt bc.iitry New Mechanical eflectn
The strangest Irish play ever written.
Price 75. eo end SS cent. Seats on sale at
A full and complete
Vocal and Instrumental.
C. C. Taylor
1625 Second avenue,
Under Rock Island House.
So'e Agent tor 10c Sbeet Muaic.
Calalo. ue free, mailed to an v
Lloyd & Stewart,
K4t K Itl.lMl III.
C. CLE 3 HATED -
Grarid Opening Spring Style,
SATURDAY. MARCH 1, 180.
IK stme ot
$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 annaaUj, collected and
remitted fro of chare.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Boosts 8 and 4 Maeonic Tempi,
ROOK ISLAND, ILL.
-Our Cashmere Ombres-
-OF COURSE ARE THE GENUINE GOODS-
Keputation for keepiog the best is established.
"The best goods for the least money" is a motto we have
adhered to, and it is a winner every time. Our Ombres were
made by Edmund Potter & Co , and were bought of Sweetzer,
Pembroke & Co., New York. Examine the tickets.
Perhaps you are thinking of buying Dress Goods. We call
especial attention this week to five numbers in black Mohairs
No. 1, 30 cents.
No. 2, 68 cents.
No. 3, 69 cents.
We will show you a splendid assortment
grey, at various prices.
l he medium priced wool dress goods are handsomer than are usually brought out.
For 50 cent9 we give you pretty striped serges.
For 49 cents we will sell vou handsome all wool atriSaSS and olaidi Tha alvlaa
and combinations will please you.
The higher priced goods in plains and
We are headquarters for wash goods
We cordially Invite you to call.
In order tu accommodate their increasing trade and
to have more room in which to display their goods,
CLEMANN & SALZMANN have leased, fitted up
and now occupy nearly all the surface room in
Harpei s Theatre building. Their
id large and elegantly lighted, aud contains the
nicest stock of Carpets in MOtUETTE, BODY
BRUSSELS, TAPESTRY, Etc., ever seen in this
there is none to aurpasa, they simply have anything
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 196 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
Geo. W. D. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
228 Seventeenth St, under Commercial Hotel, ROCK ISLAND, IT.T.,
The following are among the many bargains offered:
A Hue Urge houte with all modern Improve
meou, good barn, tree, etc., 8 acres of land, floe
location, juit ontalde the cltr ltmlts Lear the
treet car ; cheap, easy tenne.
A nice hrlck residence, with all mo lern im
provements, large ground, on Elm street, for sale
cneap on eay term.
Two story dwelling, six room, good well, cis
tern and cellar, large barn, acre of land, wltblu
S few etepi of Milan itreet care, at a bargain.
A good house and Improvements with about 4
acree of land suitable for gardening about three
m ica from Rock Island, for sale cheap.
91.000 will bay 80 acres of land, partly Improv
ed, In Cordova township.
Si. 500 will buy a (tool eo acre farm, good Im
provements, on ressonable terms .
A nice residence, larire lot. In one of the best
neighborhoods on Twenty-third street, cheap.
Only a few of thoee fine lots left in Mtxter'a
additfjn on Twenty -second and Twenty -third
S176 dollars will bny a lot 64cll3, corner of
Fifth avenne and ttlgbtb street.
8280 will buy a good lot 50x8, well located, on
A good eighty-acre farm , well located In this
county w U take house and "ot In this city for
Men'j Felt Shoes v;
Felt Boot Overs l 00
' Arctics i 00
' Alaakaa go
" Rubbers 40
" Clogs 50
Women's Arctic 3 75
' High Button Gaiters 65
" Alaskas 40
Boj's Arctics , . . . 50
M sses' High Button Gaiters 60
" Arctics 70
Children's Arctics 50
In addition to these low prices I will give away an Encyclopedia, valued at 90,
to each customer buying 925 worth of Boots and Shoes.
Call in and let us show you the Book and explain how you can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Avenue.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE)
m Fifth Avenue.
No. 4, 75 cents.
No. 5, 93 cents.
in colors blue, green, mahosonv wine
novelties with silks to match are lovsly,
in satines, gingbam9, outing dotbs, ate.
Two dwelling noatea, lot SOxlM. on MaUae eve
A first-class 80 acre farm, witb good Improve
menu, tn Bowling township, cheap.
A No. 1 one hundred and sixty acre farm, witb
first-class improvements, cheap.
A nice bluff property, large grounds, shade
trees, fruit, etc., cheap.
Two or three acres on the bluff, one land for
building or gardening.
Some of the best lot In Dodge's addition on
SO or 40 acres, with good improvements, ea tbe
A good lot en th bla8 In Rodman'a sub-dlvl-lon,
S400 will buv a fine M acre lot Juat outside city
limits, on bluff.
A good house, barn and fine corner lot in tbe
upper part of tbe city convenient to th saw aiii,
depot and island, cheap.
A nice two story dwelling, well located on
Twentieth street, cheap,
$1,000 will buy six acres witb om Impress
ments, on tbe bluff.
S800 will buy a bouse with four rooms, conven
ient to tbe lower factories.