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Cook Stoves j Ranges,
RIVERSIDE OAK STOVES,
Boynton Celebrated Furnaces,
W fought Steel Ranges-
.Estimates for Heating and Ventilating furnished on ap
plication. DAVID DON,
1517 Second avenne, Root Island, Ills.
-BUY WALL PAPER-
A word to the wise is sufficient. Yon can save money
by buying of us now.
House Furnishing Goods,
Gas Fitting Stock
BAKER & HOUSMAN.
KOHN & ADLER,
Removed to 219 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.
Manulac lured by -- .
T. H. THOMAS,
Druggist, Rock Island.
-and Steel Dome Furnaces.
KINGSBURY & SON.
1705 Second Avenne.
THE ILLINOIS DEMOCRACY.
Enthusiastic Meeting of the State
Solid mm laratlon for Falaaer for
Keoator. and for Exprenelons from
the Cobb y conventions on the on.
laatlon fc- the ,ae 4'onvrBtleii.
TUe dem cratic Male central committee
met at Cbicgo yesterday, and tbe Time
or this mor ling says:
That the democracy of Iiliuois is con
fluent of vi :tory in the coming campaign
was amply manifested in the large at
tendance hi yesterday's meeting of the
state cential committee in this city.
Lpon the policy to be adopted by the
Party at th ; state convention there was a
unanimity if sentiment; upon the select
tlon of a s andard bearer in the Uoited
States sena orial canvass there was but
one eiprtsiion that ex-Gov. John L.
t aimers ropu'arity and well known
views modi him the most likely to lead
the party to victory. The commit
tee met at the Palmer house. f!hirmn
John C Cainpbeil, of Streator. presiding.
iue rouca:i ny Secretary Haynes showed
the following members or proxies pres
At Lirge Alfred OrcndorfT, of Spring
feld; Deles P. Phelps, of Monmouth; J.
W.Richarcs, of Chicago, Geo M. Havnea.
of Chicago and W. Brinton, of Tuscola.
By Districts John Gaynor, of Chi
cago, fl. B Chase, of Chicago; Luther M.
utarnorn, it Aurora; W. O. Wright, ot
Freeport; -i. M. Knox, of Princeton: J.
C. I'ampbeil. of Streator, D C. Tavlor,
of Kankakee, T. Y.Thornton, of Can
ton J. W. Potter, of Rork Mand, W. H
Hinnchsen. of Quincv: J. D. Wneht. of
Petersburg, Theodore Nelson, of De
catur. S. L. Wood worth, of Areola:
George N. Parker, of Robinson: Clayton
E Crafts, of Chicago; D G Fitzmaurice,
of Alton , 'V. Watson, of Mount Vernon
and T. F. llouton, of Jontsboro.
There w re other prominent democrats,
the Time, says, in attendance There
were stirn ig talks by Francis A. Hoff
man, demi cratic ex candidate for state
treat-urer, who was called upon for a
sptech am responded, favoring a long
campaign. He found matter for con
gratulatiot in the success of the Illinois
tariff refor n league, and from the great
enthusiast! with which the farmers of the
state were receiving the new doctrine.
In spenkirg of the German element Mr.
Hoffman called attention to an editorial
of Mr. R.ter in the Staalu Ztituny sev
eral dnjs igo, saving it was not within
tbe power ot the republican party to pre
vent defett in Illinois and Wisconsin So
far as the la'oor element and tbe farmers
are concerned, they have got beyond tbe
belief thai the tariff bs now framed, has
benefitted or will benefit labor. In con
clusion Mi . Hoffm'in said- "Yon must
have not only an idea, I ui also a man.
I know a man in whom are tbe requisite
qualities to make bim a leader in the
coming c Lflict and to make thai conflict
successful That man Is no other than
Gov. John M. Palmer."
Chairman Campbell read a letter from
Gov. Pal ner in response to an invi
tation to e present at the meeting In
it Mr. Pal Tier siys " I wish it clearly
understoo 1 that I am in no sense a can
didate foi (be senate. All I have ever
Slid is th t I think tni stute convention
ought to ' j.t it as & peimutent iule of
our ism government to nominate a
candidate for the senate, and that if my
view of i arty policy in that respect is
accepted, I should accept tbe nomination
and make a canvass, but would greatly
prefer gone other person to be nominat
ed. The motive that leads to this sug
gestion is that I do not desire to be a
member of the senate and will only cm
sent to b a candidate before the peo
ple in ord to vindicate tbe principle of
electing Die senator by popular vote as
nearly as jossible."
An eloquent speech was also delivered
by Gen. John C. Black. Springfield
was decked upon as tbe place of holding
tbe state convention, and June 4 as the
date . T ie Times gives the following
farther rt port of tbe proceedings:
Mr Po.ter, of Rock Island, offered tbe
" ReoU ed. That the state central com
mittee b ret.y request the secretary to
incorporate in tbe call for tbe state con.
vention s request for an expression of
opinion from the several county conven
tions of the state hh to tbe advisability of
nominating a United States senator in
the statt convention."
Mr. C lase, of Chicago, opposed the
resolutioi on the ground that the state
central c immitlee waa exceeding its au
thority in taking such action as that pro
posed, nt . Brinton, of 1 uscola, was
disposed to entertain the same view of
the mut'.er, and Mr. Potter was called
upon to defend bis resolution. The Rock
Island gentleman stated tnat tbe action
propose! by him was only what was
expecler from the committee by tbe dem
ocrats M the state. The committee in no
way exc -eded its authority ia adopting
such a r -solution, as It was by no means
mandate ry, but merely requested various
county t onventions to give an expression
of opinion on the advisability of tbe state
convent on naming tbe party's candidate
for Unit ;d States senator. rl be matter
had been extensively agitated, and tbe
eye of tlie democracy of the whole coun
try was jpon Illinois to see it take the
initiativ is securing tbe election of
United fitates senators as nearly as possi
ble by popular will. No reform bad
ever bien effected without the cry of
heresy t hi, some oue. In this case it
would be the republican party that
would make the cry of heresy, be
cause in this innovation that party
aw its iltimale downfall In the state of
Illinois. So thoroughly bad this matter
been dit cussed by tbe democratic press of
Illinois .hat Mr. Potter thought that if
tbe etet : central committee should adjourn
without Uking tbe action proposed, it
would m accused of having been dere
lict in ka daty.
Either tbe arguments of Mr. Potter
and thi gentlemen who followed bias
were convincing, or else Mr. Chase's ob
jectlom were technical rather than po
litical. or both he and Mr Brinton ac
quiesce i in tbe general sentiment, and
the res lution was adopted unanimously.
The committee adjourned subject to
tbe call of tbe chairman, and the mem
bers consumed tbe evening in informal
discuss on on the party policy and tbe
best treens of taking advantage of tbe
serious breaches in the republican ranks
t Awne has moved his under
.Wl' hnalnnaa from 1805 to 1425
Second avenue, where he is receiving a
large s ock of new gooos. ine manager,
Mr. R we, may be found at the new
stand i igbt or oay or oy toe iewpuuuc,
Mr. Rowe is a practice1, undertaker
ISLAND AJRGUS, FRIDAY, MARCH 7,
THE NEW BANK.
T MM of Incorporators t'omwleted
Mabaeription Book tn he Opened
With a view of learning further de
tails concerning the new savings bank,
described in last night's paper, an Abous
reporter called this morning upon Mr. J.
M. Buford, who baa been chiefly instru
mental in securing the formation of tbe
company. "I have just finished the list of
incorporators," Mr. Buford said, in reply
to the scribe's inquiry, "and if yju will
sit down here I will leil you all I know
about it, as we are in a position now to
give to the public something more defi
nite concerning It. Here is the applica
tion to the secretary of state for permis
sion to organize. The names of those
signing it you may copy," and the re
porter copied J. M. Buford, P. L.
Mitchell, John Crubaugh, E. P. Rey
nolds, Porter Skinner. J. J. Relraers, F.
C. Denkman, E. W. Hurst.
"The name of the incorporation aa you
see there, will be tbe 'Rock Island Sav
ings Bank,' the capital slock 9100.000
one thousand shares of 1 100 each."
" 'When will we be ready to begin busi
ness?' As soon as we receive our license
to organize. We hope to have our sub
scription books open next week, when
all who are friendly to the enterprise and
can do so, will have an opportunity to
take stork. We don't propose to have a
close corporation, all may take stock
who are able to do so We will decide
at or.ee upon temporary quarters which
will be occupied until Mitchell & Lynde'a
iiew building is constructed, in which
provision will be made for a suitable
office facing on Seventeenth street."
WORTH STRIVING FOB
The l.ornmitiivi Work which are
Looking for a Location In the M eat
-Are They l ominc Weal
Tbe Moline Dispatch speakin? of Mon
day night's meeting of the Business
Men's association of that city and the lo
comotive project detailed in yesterday's
The special matter for hirhthe tU'et
ing bad been called was to see what in
terest could be taken in the desire of a
certain locomotive manufactory to locate
in this region. It is an institution
with a capitalization of $1,000 000, and
which, if its plant is once established in
this vicinity, will want buildings equal
to one large structure 40 fet t high, 100
feet wide and 700 feet long, the interior
being one story to the roof except tbat
there would be double decks or
balconies along each side Such
building or buildings would cover over
sixteen acres of ground With such a
plant 300 locomotives a year would be
manufactured, or about one tor each
working day Fifteen hundred employes
would be needed to carry on the work,
and these employes with their families
would mean six thousand additional in
habitants. Six thousand more people
would mean quite a boom to our retail
trade, wouldn't it? The idea of the insti
tution seems to be to get hold ot availa
ble ground adjucent to some such city as
Mollne and enough of it not only for
the necessary shops, but also for homes
for the employes, and to lay it off in lots,
establshing an addition or suburb, such
as Piiiluan is to Cuicagc.
A number ot cities in Illinois, Indiana
and Ohio are bidding for tbe works, and
we must make a favorable t id and a fa
vorable showing if we are to get them
Some cities, in addition to statin? wbal
they can do as to site, arc off ring to take
stock in the company to '.he umounl of
$100,000 or 150.000.
The meeting last evening after discuss
ing tbe matter, appointed a committee of
three to make tbe necessary investiga
tions and overtures. This committee
consists of Messrs. J. W. A'kinson, B.
C. Keator tnd Eugene Lewis. Another
committee was appointed to see what of
fer could be made in regard to site
Messrs R A. Smith, H G. Paddock and
and Wm. Clendenin.
chnall soelal Clnb
The "Schnell Social and Literary Club"
is the name of an organization which has
just been perfected and which honors Aid.
Matthias Schnell in Its name. A suite of
three rooms formerly occupied as a part
of the Arsub quarters on the second
floor of the Butord block on Seventeenth
street, have been secured and are now un
dergoing the remodeling and repairing
under direction of tbe club. They will
be repapered and repainted, handsomely
papered and carpeted and furnished
throughout Billiard, pool and game ta
bles will be provided, as will a library,
and the purpose is not only to have the
rooms open every evening, but to give a
literary entertainment monthly. The
organization will be strictly non-polilical.
but will be in a eeu9e sectarian, as none
but Catholics will he almitted to mem
bership. "Our object," said one of the
members this morning, "is to occupy pret
ty much the same relation to the Catholic
church tbat tbe Y. M. C. A. does to tbe
Protestaat; to provide inducements and
attractions such as will keep our young
men from evil communications and
places of vice. Religious discussion,
however, will not be allowed in our
rooms. We will meet for purely social
purposes, and one of our aims will be to
Btartafund for a building of onr own,
similar to tbat of the Y. M. M. C. A.
When our constitution and by laws are
completed they will be published."
Tbe officers of tbe Schnell club are:
President J. P. Looney.
Vice President Joseph Geiger.
Recording Secretary James L Reidy.
Corresponding Secretary Frank Kace.
Financial Secretary E J. Sommers.
Treasurer Matthias Scbnell.
Sargeant at Arms Thos . Murray; as
sistants, J . 0. Kinney and Andy Hob-
The Keller ict
Tbe president of the Relief society
writes tbe Amos:
Many of our friends last week remem
bered, generously, the request of our so
ciety for donations for tbe poor, but still
we need more clothing of all kinds bed
dine, sheets, etc If some friends will
ae d us some unbleached muslin, the
lr.ies will eladly make it into sheets for
our aick . Please send your bundles to
our rooms in the Citizens Improvement
association rooms, open every Saturday
afternoon for our Industrial school, from
I to 4.
Crabbed, chronic coughers can certain
It cure cruel coughs or colds with the
- . . ... ri L h2 .
celebrated Ur. buu vougu ojruy.
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner, cleans penectiy ana
New cabbage at Browner 's.
Dressed poultry at Long's.
Bulk olives at F. G. Young's.
Fancy Missouri jenitons at Long's
Choice fresh cocoanuts at Bennett's
Fresh vegetables of all kinds at Ben
nett's. Good butter and fresh eggs at Brown
For a good pair of gloves go to Ben
sett's glove store.
From-Age-de Brie and imported Swiss
cheese at F. G. loung s.
Fresh strawberries, cucumbers, toma
toes and radishes, at May's.
Nice fresh chickens and turkeys at
Browner s new Elm street grocery.
Capt. W. A. Thompson returned from
a business trip to St. Paul this morning
The missionary guild of Trinity par
ish meets at ihe chapel this evening at
Choice lettuce, spinach, new beets,
new onions and oyster plant at F. G,
Mrs. T. T. Dwigbt. of Peona, is visit
ing at tbe residence of ('apt. W. A.
Found A sum of money. Owner may
have same of M- F. Underbill, of car No.
7, of bridge line.
It is Mr. Frank Raible, of this city,
who bus gone to Hot Springs, accom
panied by Chas. F Asb, of Geneseo.
The coming art lecture by Prof. Beard
on "Chalk Talk" at Harper's theatre
Tuesday evening will be the event of the
Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb Weiss welcomed
a son this morning, and there is not a
happier man on the streets today than
Miss Jennie Bell, of Coshocton, Ohio,
returned to her home last night after
several months visit with her sister. Mrs
Magistrate Wivill and Justice Hawee
have both shown a considerate regard
tor their friends in added comforts they
have made to their offices.
The children of Rosanna Hanshaw
wish to tbank their neighbors and friends
for their sympathy and kindness during
the Illness and at tbe death of their
The Rock Island mayoralty contest
case comes up at the present term of the
supreme court on tbe northern district at
Ottawa, and may be heard from this
Mrs. Dr. A. U. McCandloss who has
been very ill for several days is somewhat
better today, but still is not out of dan
ger. A consultation of four physicians
was held last evening
Rev. G W. Gue will reply to the li
quor dealers' resolutions at Harper's
theatre next Sunday evening at 7:30, be
having at bis own expense, engaged tbe
theatre for that purpose.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Russell
Barth occurred this afternoon, Rev. C. A.
Mennicke officiating The stove foundry
shut down for tbe day in order to allow
the moulders to show their sympathy for
their fellow workman in his sorrow.
Frank Gei9sler. city editor of the Clin
ton Morning X(is. died at the borne of
his mother Wednesday morning from an
accidental gun shot wound from his own
revolver on January la. He was 16 years
and 7 months old. He was a talented
young nvia and the pride of bis widowed
mother and sisters.
Mr. Lewis Wilson, of Rural, was in the
city today. He is one of the Arics' old
standby's, bcintr a subscriber for no less
than five copies of the Weekly Argcs
which he sends to his children. Mr.
Wl! ion i a pt.-iper regard for the train
ing of iLnt part of the coming generation
that be is responsible for.
Editor Wm. Bailey, of Princeton, has
been appointed census enumerator for the
tier I census district of Illinois, which in
cludes Rock I-land county. This a clean
knockout for Congressman Henderson
against Congressman Gest whose choice
was ex -Senator Fletcher, of Carthage.
Dut who failed to get there somehow.
A cranky preacher down at Qulncy the
other day refused to allow the American
flig to be brought into his church on the
coffin of an old soldier who was being
ounen oy me wranii Army men. t'ver
at Gulva there is a more patriotic preacher
who has just appointed a committee to
look after arranging for the drapery of
the pulpit with the American flag.
The Wide Awake Hook and Ladder
company have made grand preparations
for a masquerade ball at Armory ball to
morrow evening. Bleuer's band will
furnish music and supper will be served
at tne popular Crown dining rooms. A
general invitation is extended. Mas
querade suits can be engaged at tbe hall
all day tomorrow.
Last evening's Davenport Dtinocrat
printed a telegram from Si. Louis to tbe
effect tbat "a report comes from Leaven
worth tbat it is stated in military circles
there when the department of Missouri
headquarters are moved to St. Louis, the
United States arsenal at Rock Island,
M . will be transferred to Leavenworth "
The Rock Island arsenal will be moved to
Leavenworth about tbe time tbe military
prison is locaiea on nocK island.
The Holmes syndicate, according to
the W lobe AmN rat, has bonded its St.
Louis street railway system compoaed of
tbe most Important lines In tbe city for
$1,500 000. and with the money proposes
to cable tbe entire system. An effort was
made to induce Mr. Holmes to put in
electricity, but be firmly declined stating
that he would not Invest ao heavily in
anything that was not permanent.
He believes electricity as a motive
power is still In its lncipiency.
Supt. Schnitger, of the tr, city lines of
the Holmes syndicate, returned from
Chicago yesterday morning where he had
a conference with Mr. Holmes. He says
the steam motor is progressing encourag
ingly, and tbat the superintendent of tbe
company's power system there says It is
in every way practicable. Tbe motors will
be put on all tbe tri-city lines, and tbe
Chicago cross town branches running in
connection with tbe cable and which now
use horses. The iron baa been ordered
for replacing all tbe old track in tbe three
cities The Johnston rail will continue
to be used exclusively.
May t erm tiraud Jurora.
Tbe board of supervisors prior to ad
journment this morning, agreed upon tbe
following grand jurors for the May term
of the circuit court
Cordova E. B. Hoke
Coe Joshua Dillon.
Canoe Creek D M. Martin.
Zuma Geo. C. Wake.
Port Byron h C Trent.
Hampton Jacob Warner.
Moline Geo. H. Edwards, Robert
Witter. L P. Nelson
South Moline J H Loding.
Rock Island J M. Albrecht. Thos
Smart, James E. Larkin, Julius Mosen-
South Rock Islsnd Thoa. . Gray.
Black Hawk Frank H. Harris.
Coal Valley J. . McMicheal.
Rural J. W. Caldwell.
Bowling Wm. Boyer.
Edgington Samuel Boker .
Andalusia John D. Walton
Buffalo Prairie J. W. Kelly.
Drury Chaa. E. Splckler
Tbe picture in a rogue's gallery are
not all steal engravings.
Uonereit In Kaunas Cttv.
Re par hug the Emmet celebration in
Kansas City, the Time says !
"Tbe address of tbe evening was de
livered by Hon. A. P. McGuirk, of Dav
enport, Iowa, and was in every way
worthy of tbe orator. The speaker took
for bis theme the dying sentiment of Em
met that his epitaph should not be writ
ten until Ireland should be free, and from
that urged upon all present tbe impor
tance of uniting to continue tbe fight
for that great cause. This, be said, was
the central thought in the life of tbe
martyr they had gathered to honor,
and could he speak it would be tbe
message he would now convey. They
had gathered to commemorate this hero,
but bad also to commemorate the pa
triotism which has marked his life, and
which could only be satisfied with the
freedom of Ireland. To that end the
Irish should organize and continue the
war so ably conducted by the parliamen
tary party. He also paid a high com
pliment to tbe Irish women, and closed
with an eloquent plea to all Irishmen to
stand steadfast in tbe cause so dear to
them all. He was given a most flatter
ing reception by bis audience, being re
peatedly cheered to the ecbo, and evi
dently won a warm place In the regard of
all who beard blm.
There Is danper in Imnnre h'norl
There is safety in taking Hood's Sarsa-
paruia, tne great blood purifier. 100
C. A. Stcxl, - Manager.
MONDAY EVE., MARCH 10.
Newton Beer' Lyric and Scenic prodncUon
Lord Alfred Tennyion'i Wonderful
Komauce of tte Sea,
With all lu marvelous Scenic effects.
The Corniib poit of n'ercllff; Tbe Bridal
Bower; The ship Oocd fortane; Th thrilling
Shipwreck scene; Tbe Feaet of Marog; Ann'e't
Vlulon; The gorgeous Ide of Pnlta", The Bri
taaJa at ret; The manincrnt Panorama of the
rescoe of Enoch Arden; The beautiful triple
Cornish Chapel effects. Introducing day light,
n sht and cloud scenes; The Glorious Transla
tion of Enoch Arden.
A perfect rresentation of a petfect play
We carry two complete gets of tcenery and pio
auce every scene hs advertised.
Prices 75. 60 and 85 cents.
or tu OF
THE PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK
At Rock Island,
In tks State of Illinois at the close of busi
ness Febra&rr 28th, 1690.
Loans audDigccunts liSi.O'.S 43
Overdrafts . m m
C. S Bonds to secure Circulation, p c 80,000 00
Due from approved referve ager.U UK, til 89
Due from other National BankE 1,331 bS
Due from State Banks and bankers ... S i
B&nkir.g House, Furniture and Futures 8,000 00
Current expenses and taxes paid 1,011 67
Checks and other cash items 19 W
Bills of other Banks 1,125 00
Frac. paper Cur. Nickel and ceias lax s
Specie . 01
Legal Tender Notes, , ... 10,978 0
Redemption Fund with C. S Treasurer,
15 per ceni oi circuisnonj l.SSv 00
Capital Stock paia in
1 100,000 00
. 56,000 00
. 37,000 00
. 170.W4 ti
. 17.750 67
maomM t una,
supra Fund, . .
National Back Notes Ouutanding . .
Dividends unDairl . .
Individual Deposits subject to Check.
Demand Certificates of Deposit .. .
Time Certificates ol Deposit ....
Due ro . ther National Banks
Due to SNtc barks and bankers
TotaI . atO J1 Q1
Slate of mtaois, Coaatyo! Rock Island, --is.
I.John Peeu. Preildent of the above namea
ba&k, do solemnly swear that the above atatament
Is tree to the best of my knotvladge and belief
JOHN fiEil, fres i.
Subscribed and sworn to bfore me this rrh m
fcf March, 1390. .! R. JOHNSTON.
CONKAD SPEIDEL, Dlreoor.
JOS. ROSENFI ELD, I
As I will have to settle with the
County Treasurer on March 20tb, you
will iave costs by paying your tares
to me before that date
Office at Court House.
A full and complete
Vocal and Instrumental.
C. C. Taylor
1625 Second avenue,
Uuder Rock Island House.
3'e Ageut for 10c Shoet Must, .
Catalogue free, mailed to auy
Lloyd & Stewart,
BOCK 1 HI. AMI. ILL.,
Grand Opening Spring Stylo,
SATURDAY. MARCH 1, 1890.
Enoch Men 1
-Our Cashmere Ombres-
-OF COURSE ARE THE GENUINE GOODS-
Reputation for keeping the beat 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 ,
Pembroke & Co., New York.
Perhans von are thinkine
especial attention this week to
No. 1, 30 cents. I
No. 2, 58 cents.
No. 3, 09 cents. !
We will show you a splendid assortment
grey, at various prices.
The medium priced wool dress goods are
For 50 cents we give you pretty striped
For 49ceuts we will sell you handsome
and combination"' will please you.
The bigber priced goods la plains and
We are headquarters for wash goods
We cordially invite you to call.
In order to aocommodate 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
Harper's Theatre building Their
is large and elegantly lighted, and contains the
nicest stock of Carpets in MOQUETTE, BODY
BRUSSELS, TAPESTRY, Etc., ever seen in this
there ie u. n to surpass, they simply have anything
don't forget the place.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
Geo. W. U. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 seventeenth St., under Commercial Hotel, ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Tbe following are among tbe many bargains offered:
A Que large house wlta all modarn imprOTe
menta. good Darn, tree, etc., a acres or land, floe
location. Just ontalde tba uty llmlta caar the
street cars ; cheap, terms.
Anlca brick residence, with all molern Im
provements, large grounds, on Elm street, tor sale
cheap on easy term.
Two atory dwelling, aU rooms, good well, cis
tern and cellar. Isrge barn, H acre of land, wltnln
a few steps of MUan street cars, at a bargain.
A good house and ltnproTemente wltb about 4
acres of lsnd suitable for gardening about three
miles from Hock Island, for sale cheap.
91,000 will buy 80 acres of land, partly ImproT
ed, tn Cordova lownanip.
$8,500 will buy a stool 80 acre farm, good Im
provements, on reasonable terms .
A nlre residence, large lot, 10 one of the beat
nelgbborhooda on Twenty-third atreet, cheap.
Only a few of those fine lota left Is Klxter'a
addition on Twenty-second and Twenty-third
tile dollars will buy a lot Mills, corner of
fifth avenue and Eighth street.
S260 will buy a good lot SOUS, wall located, on
A food eighty-acre farm, well located In this
county w n take houae and lot in this city for
Men s Felt Shoes $1 00
Felt Boot Overs, 1 00
" Arctics 1 00
' Alasfcas so
" Rubbers 40
" Clogs 50
Women's Arcties 75
Higb Button CreiUTS 65
Boy's Arctics 50
M sses' Higb Button Gaiters 60
" Rubbers 25
Children's Arctics 50
In addition to these low prices I will give away' an Encyclopepia, valued st $9,
to each customer buying 9)25 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, 181" " FLnwi.renus.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE) "w5?kW
mm mx a. 'N.
and were bought of Sweetzer,
Examine tne ticgets.
of buvine Dress Goods. We call
five numbers in black Mohairs
No. 4, 75 cents.
No. 5, 95 cents.
In colors, blue, green, mahogOBj Wine,
handsomer than are usually brougbt out.
all wool stripes and plaids. Tbe styles
novelties with silks to match are lovely .
in satlnes. glngbams, outing cloths, tne.
Two dwelling nouses, lot SOxlist. on Molina avc
A first class 80 acre farm, with good Improve
otente, in Bowling township, cheep.
A No. 1 one hundred and alxty acre farm, with
first-clase Improvements, cheap.
A nice blaff property, large grounds, shade
trees, fruit, etc , cheap
Two or three acrra on the Mnff, tne land for
building or gardening.
Some of the beat lota In Dodge 'e addition on
to or SO acres, with good improvements, on tbe
A good lot on the bluff In Rodman 'a aab-4ivla-ion,
$M will bay a fine H acre lot just ouuld dig
litnlta, on bluff.
A good bo use, barn and fine corner lot in the
upper part of the olty convenient to the saw mill,
depot and Island, cheap.
A nice two story dwelling, well located on
Twentieth street, cheap,
91.000 will buy atx acrea with aome improve
ments, on the bluff .
$600 will tray a house with four rooms, coavea
leat to the lower factories.
east V WM
leaves no oaor.
and ar ;ertal em banner.