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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 1890.
Fashion's Fancies in Fabrics.
More bewildering and lovller than ever. WASH GOODS in NEW STYLES.
Dfw Colorings and new Wmtm. Some remarkable low prices in
WASH DIESS GOODS.
Quotations which are worthy of your personal investigation. Victor salines.
,jnr tii salines, (not satin calico) per yard 8J cents. Cashmere Ombres per
janl Is! cents. The genuine Edwin Potter & Co., Cashmere Ombers, 22j cents a
"'liilwin Potter & Co . (tamped ou esrh piece. Others may tell you ours are not
reel embers, because of the price we are selling at.
Amoki ai; fc Albani tennis flannels and teazle outing cloths fast colors, non
One lot m v it v tennis flannels, per yard 7i cents. Choice patterns outing
elotka, rT ?Hr(l "i cenU-
NEW PRESS GOODS ARRIVING DAILY,
i Mo lot short leneth English casbmerea, just enough for one or two dress pat
terns, double width. Hin usual price. 2fic. For this sale 16 cents.
Spring dress flannels, double fold, extra quality pe yard 23 cents. Mohair
drew goods, double widte 24 cents. Better quality extra value wide Mohair dreg'.
go4l 4 I 61 nts a yard.
STOCKINET AND CLOTH JACKETS FOR SPRING.
tine lol Stockinet jackets, bound all
round, perfect tit and finish. $3 18.
Pine Stockinet jackets, three quarter
lengths, tailor made, trimmed wiih ailk
buttons snd spear head silk points, .V
Ladies' colored cloth jackets, braided
front and sleeves, $4 22.
Ladies' spring capes, briadcloth ac
i r lian. pleated and braided effects.
One lot two toned broadcloth capes,
Van Dyke points, $8 47.
on lot lad'ea colored cashmere
bawls, 92c for this sale.
1712. 1714. 1716. 1718. 1720 and 1722 Skcokd Avknuk.
-BUY WALL PAPER-
A word to the wise is snfticifiit, You can save money
by buying of us now.
Wall Paper Company,
1 112, 31 Twentieth st..
And Postoffifv Blcck, Moline
i ; i
WITH A LARGER I.IXE OF
FINE WALL PAPER
Thn the combined stuck of all the other dealers in the two cities.
sfsT Exclusive agents for the following i i Urges! Wall Pper factories: B r?e
A Sons, Janewuj & Co . Robert H flohbs & Co , Nevins at Flaviland. New York
Wall Paper Co.. and Robert Graves & Co.
SEE OUR ' BfRGE SPECIALS
rbich Include all the Art papers.
KOI I N & ABLER,
Removed to 219
Coughs, Colds, Etc.,
Irish Cough Syrup,
(10 and 25c a Bottle.)
For Liver and. Kidney Troubles
NOTHING EQUAL TO
Thomas Liver and Kidney Pills,
25c a Box Sample free.
T. H. THOMAS,
Druggist, Rock Island.
Children' cashmere short cloaks, em
broidered cape, $1.25 each.
Handsomely embroidered cashmere,
mother Hubbard and Gretchen short
cloaks, $2.25 and $3 00.
Infanta cream e tabmere long cloaks
silk emb'd cape and skirt at $2 35.
Infants tan oashinere long cloaks, fine
quality. $2 25
Infanta embroidered flannel shawls,
new designs of embroidery.
Ladies' tennis fl-innel blouse waists,
Y )c each.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1705 Second Avenue.
Prices from 10 to 3H per cent below
THE MILAN R0AI.
Betti r Prospects for a Disposition
of the Lin .
eKo tlnilon for Tnrnms It Over to
th BtNM fewtral Folk anil What
the Outcome Slay Br.
Witt the appointment of an adrainis
trato for the estate of the late Bailey
Daveaport, the prospects for a removal of
the s ispenBe that has been hoverini? over
the I ock Island & Milan street railway
direc.ors for the past six weeks, Is some
what brighter. Almost daily and some
time, twice a day since the death of the
presi lent of the road, Mr. Davenport,
have the directors met in the parlors of
the I lock Island National bank, viewed
the fituation sadly and adjourned with
down cast hearts. The injunction re
st rai ling the directors from making any
movf looking to the disposition of the
ad without the consent of all the
stocl holders has of course made
the consummation of a deal im
pose ble without the coD-ent of the
court. Nevertheless, negot:ations have
been pending right along, and it is now
quit' possible that a satisfactory agree
men may he arrived at, as an outcome of
whii h the injunction will be withdrawn
and the road disposed of.
It is apparent that the Iiolmes syndi
cate, from which the stockholders hoped
to r 'ccive the best terms, is no longer
anx ous to acquire the roi.d, and will not
acci pt it unless on its own terms. A
yesi and a half ago when Mr. Holmes
bou ;ht the other lines in the three cities
he nade Mr. Davenport a cash offer of
48 000 for the Rock Island & Milan
road, but it was refuted, Mr. Davenpart
stat ng that it was not for sale. Now
the Iiolmes people will not give more
than a third of their original offer,
owiig to developments since Mr. Dtven-
1 he prospects of selling the road to
the Moline Central Electric are good,
however, and it is undi rstood that hut
a few hundred dollars are now
between the offer of the Klectric company
am the diiectors of the Milan road, and
that an understanding is likely to be
reached at any time, as the majority of
thi stock is now in a position, through
Cait. Peetz's appointment as adminiptra-
toi of the Davenport estate, to lie dis
pc cd of.
The plan of the Moline Central, if the
Mi an road is secured, is to run a loop
an und on First avenue from Eighteenth
to Seventeenth street and run its cars on
bo h the Moline and Milan branches
ar und that way.
Vtrs. Rufus Stevens died at the home
of her daughter. Mrs. Dr. W. A. Paul,
S. DOSjd avenue and Eleventh street, at 10
oMock last night of La Grippe, with
which she had suffered lot about two
wc eks and which. owing to herextreme old
ace, she was not able to withstand. The
vi nerable lady was in her seventy-ninth
yi ar, and together v ith her husband,
wio It eitthty-tlirce tears of aire, had
hi en miking her hone with Dr. Paul for
ffur years. She leaves two children.
Augustus, of Sheepscot Bridge. Maine,
and Mrs Paul, of this city.
Services were held at the residence of
Pr Paul this afternoon at 4 o'clock. Rev.
V". S. Marquis officiating. A quartette
c imposed of Messrs. Cooke, Collins, Don
aid Dodge rendere 1 several impressive
selections. The remains will be expressed
In Maine this evening for interment,
t wine to the enfeebled condition of Mr.
Stevens, it will be impossible for anyone
1 1 accompany the body.
The late Col. J P. Bailey, of Ains-
orth, Iowa, was buried yesterday mornv
i ig with interment at Columbus City.
He was a native of Troy, Vt., and was in
I is seventy-ninth year. He had resided
in Iowa since 1852, bis first pursuit being
'hat of a farmer in Louisa county, but of
more recent years his home has been in
Vinsworth. He was activelv engaged
luring the Canadian rebellion of '37 and
ilso during our own civil war in which
e rendered Gov. Kirkwood good service
in organizing troops. His wife survives
with the following children: Mrs. S. A.
Pierce and Mrs. S. A Van Horn, of Clif
ton, lowa--and sons II. H. Bailey, of
Chelsea, Ind. Ter. ; George E. Bailey, of
this city; Charles O, Bailey, of Wash
ington, Iowa; William A. Bailey, of
Marysville. Mrt ; John E. Bailer, of At
lantic, Iowa; and Oscar J. Bailey, of
1 Grinnell. Mr. Bailey is expected home
this evening from Ainswortb, where be
attended hi father's funeral,
Mr. M. D. Dumbeck, a former resident
of Rock Island, but for twenty years a
citizen of Hm!et, Mercer county, died
there Saturday last, aged sixtysfour. He
was a native of England, and came to
Rock Island in 1854, remaining here until
1870, when be removed to Hamlet, and
has conducted a wagon and blacksmith
shop there since. Two sons. Prentice
and Samuel, and two daughters, Mrs.
Oscar Marih and Mrs Mary White, sur
A large audience greeted Mr. Frank
Beard in his "Chalk Talk " at Harper's
theatre list niht. Aside from the artis
tic merit of the entertainment and the
wonderful revelations of ikill with the
crayon aa shown by Mr. Beard, he also
possesses rare conversational style, and
no amall amount of wit which he throws
in unstinliagly and which adds to the en
joyment. Mr. Beard's executions are
marvelously rapid and remarkably true,
this being equally so, either as to facial
expressions or landscapes.
The registration in the various wards
yesterday was fully up to the average at
this time of the year. The Second ward
showed 497 registered votes; the Third,
471; the Fourth. 487; the Fifth. 610; the
Sixth, 333 and the Seventh, 878. The
final registration takes place two weeks
from yesterday, when the number in each
ward will no doubt be very materially in
If von want a fine dress suit do not
AROUSED TO EFFORT.
The Vity Narshl Bet-omen IMMxaMtrfl
at the l.nmentBlilr S'onttltlnn of the
street unit Attempts a Remedy.
Aroused by the negligence of the street
commissioner and the lamentable condi
tion of our street crossings, as a conse
quence, City Marshal Phil Miller is en
deavoring to apply a remedy, which.
while not as effective as anything the
street commissioner could in his official
capacity provide, will, nevertheless, no
doubt, afford a measure of comfort to
pedestrians that otherwise would be de
nied them. With a determination to put
the crossings In a temporarily passable
condition, the marshal has order
ed Officer Sexton to utilize the
patrol wagon in hauling ashes and cov
ering the crossings in the more
frequented street intersections. Sexton
is equal to all such tasks and with the
valuable aid of Corporal Sam Jones not
the great temperance advocate, it should
be understood has been busy all day
hauling ashes. The duty is pliinly that
of the street commissioner, but the mar
shal has shown a disposition to relieve
that official of a portion of his cruelly
arduous duties, and is entitled to credit
The Argus has today received numer-.
ous complimentary expressions for its ex
position of the facts concerning Mr. Har
ris' inefficiency and indifference as street
commissioner, and attention lias been
called to thoroughfares in various
parts of the city which are now
either actually impassable or near
ly so through his neglect of
duty. Twentieth street is a deplorable
illustration. This street, one of the most
traversed leading into the city, has been
practically abandoned, and teams on
their way to town are obliged either to
turn back or come in by way of Elm
street, two miles out of their way. Twen
tieth Btreet is cited because its present
condition is not traceable to lack of
funds now, but more directly to the mis
erable work done there under the street
commissioner's direction lam summer, and
which left it in a worse condition than it
was before. All over the city, in fact,
are evidences of shameful neglect in the
matter of street cleaning, and if the
present administration is" to continue to
maintain the good reputation it has
achieved it must make a change in the
office of superintendent of streets, and do
it without delay by the beginning of the
next municipal year at the very outside.
There is probably enough money on hand
to pay Mr. Harris' salary until that time.
The Adams Wall Paper company are
now ready for business, with the largest
stock ever seen in this part of the coun
try. They have branch stoies at Mo
line and Reynolds. They are sole
agents for the six largest wall paper
factories, namely: Birge & S.ins, Jsne
way & Co., Ncvina fc Haviland, Kobt.
S. Hobhs & Co , Robt. Graves & Co.,
New York Wall Paper Co., ind carry an
immense stock of goods at all limes, in
eluding pressed leather papers, velours.
Biree's specialities which include all the
art papcr9 of the different schools such
as Watteati, Colonial, Renaissance. Louis
Seizi RamaneHjiie, Byzantine, Louis
XVI., silks, glimmers, satins, lacquers,
etc. They make a specialty of their
painting department, and have a great
many skilled decorators, ( mploying dur
ing the busy season as high as thirty
men. Mr. J. C. Adams, the head of the
firm, was for several years the leading
salesman of the great wall paper factory
of.Taneway A; Co , of New Brunswick,
N. J., and is regarded as one of the best
posted men in the wall paper business.
He gives his own personal attention to
all the business of the firm, using bll the
energy and enterprise which made him
his reputation as a traveling salesman.
Read their advertisement on this page.
Robert Krause, Davenport, comes to
the front with a large advertisement in
another part of the A Rous, to which he
invites the attention of the public. This
establishment does business on the one
price system and a mere child can buy
goods there as cheap as a grown person.
They have an immense stock of seasons
ble clothing for old and young, which
they sell at live and let live prices. The
retail department i9 presided over by Mr
P. Carlowe, a genial and attentive gen
W. S. Holbrook. one of the leading
furniture dealers of the tri cities, also has
a Urge advertisement on another page.
He would desire a share of public patron
age and invites the public to call and see
his stock and get prices.
S. R Clough, the undertaker, is out
ith a card elsewhere in the A !: - Mr.
Clough proposes to handle only the best
of good in his line and sell them at the
lowest living prices.
A llav't OaaaaltlrM.
No less than three accidents, none of
them in any way senous. occurred on
roads running into Rock Island yester
day in consequence of the fog. At Co
lons, on the Rock Island, there was a
rear end collision. Freight train 91 ran
into train 25, two box cars were demol
ished and engine 201 damaged somewhat.
Near Joslin, on the C, Ii A. Q., two
freight trains attempted to pass on the
same track and the engines, 380 and 392,
came out of each others' embrace some
what disfigured, but not seriously disa
bled. The freight train on the Peoria,
leaying Rock Island at fi.45 broke a coup
ling between Dunlap and Alta, near Peo
ria, and the two sections of the train col
lided. Trains were delayed several hours
in consequence, fcut no great dsrmge was
News also comet of a collision on the
Rock Island road near Blue Island cross
ing last night by which an ex-conductor
lost his life, and of a smash up on the
C . M & S:. P. east of Savanna. Both
were occasioned by fog.
Who is your furnisher I Nobody else
but Robt. Erause, of Davenport. He
always keeps the finest, best and most
tastefully seclected gents furnishing
ffooda in the tri-cilies.
Extra fire Kersey & Melton overcoats
Mrs. Ann Dunning Says Her Heart
Has Been Tampered With.
hf Arruitrs AniFMer John Barte of
Katlinx to Carry Oat a Praaalae to
Wtd Her and Ham for 0.000
suit oi a rather sensational order was
entered in the circuit court today by
Maj. J. M. Beardsley and Wm. McEniry.
Esq , attorneys for the complainant, Mrs.
Ann Dunning, who asks 120,000 from
Assessor John Barge., for breach of
promise. The plaintiff avers that
she was engaged to Mr. Barge from
September last when she secured a
divorce from her husband, John Dun-
ning, and still is. She asserts further
that they were to have been married in
Februaiy -last month. But that on the
day set for the nupt ials Mr. Baree backed
out and put her off until now. She
states that he is' again attempting
to defer the happy event and that
she believes he mver intends to
wed her. Nothing short of $30,
000 of his possessions, however, will
amend for her broken heart and the man
ner in which be has trifled with her af
fections. Mrs. Dunning claims to have
in her possession numerous letters from
Mr. Barge, declaricg his affectionate re
gard for her and addressing her in words
and language thBt only cupid himself
The case promises interesting develop,
ments when it comes to trial.
All kiiids of fresh fish at F. G.
Miss Hannah M. Dolly has gone on a
visit to Pascatello, Idaho.
Commissioner Harris: Where indolence
is bliss, 'tis folly to be active.
The east end progressive euchre club
met with Dr. and Mrs. Craig last even
ing. Choice rutabaga", turnips, parsnips,
carrots and silver skin onions at Trues
dale's. The young ladies of the Christian
Chapel give a shadow pantomime on
rridiiy evening of this week.
Capt. John Ivilleen, of the Diamond Jo
line of steamers, is at Dubuque new ar
ranging for the resumption of business at
the earliest possible moment.
Uncle John Edgington. the uioneer of
the townsllio which bears his nnmp
is recovering from his recent severe ill -
ness under the skillful care of Dr. J. W.
Hock Island arsenal is to have an ad
ditional captain in the person of Capt.
Marcus W. Lyon, who has been ordered
here from Cheyenne. He is expected in a
Master Harry Adams, of Ipava. III..
has come to Rock Island to learn the
wall paper business under bis brother. J
C Adams, of the Adams Wall Paper
A happy affair will lie quietly consum
mated at the residence of Mr. Benj. Carl
ton this evening, when his daughter,
Miss Etta Carlton, will lie united in mat
rimonj to Mr Fred Young.
Mr Ben T. Cable writes from Tours,
France, that his return to Rock Island
will he somewhat later than at first an
ticipated, and he does not now expect to
rrach home until about June 1.
Bert Cunningham, Moline's brother
hood iwirh r, pitched a great game for
the Philiidelphias against the Brooklyn
the other day. He succeeded in shutting
them out. It whs his first game of the
Geo L Rhodes, Eq . of Chicago, as
sistant general passenger agent of the
Rock Island road, is in the city today, the
fcjest of Ticket Agent Skelton, in whose
company he paid ois respects to the
The doors lo the Christian chapel have
been changed by Mr. P. L Mitchell so
that they now swing out as well as in.
Mr. Mitchell has thus removed the dan
6' r-that has heretofore existed there in
the event of a crowded house and a panic
Mr. J. C. Colburn, who was for years
one oi tne nest Known, most popular and
efficient engineers on the Rock Idand
road, but who is now running on the C,
K. A N., between Caldwell. Kas.. and
El Heno, Oklahoma, is visiting old friends
in the city.
The ice made a break below the city
about 5 o'clock last evening, and a huge
cake, on which several men were cutting
ice tor Mr. Geo. E Lambert, started out
into the stream. Mr. Lambert witnessed
the peril of his men from the shore and
gave them warning by which they were
enatiieu to escape.
ine suits oi ueo. r . Koth against
Messrs. r. U Mitchell and 11. B. Burgh
for tapping a private sewer were dismissed
this afternoon by Magistrate Wivill. the
defendants beforehand each paying his
proportionate part of the cost of the
sewer. The 'Esquire would otherwise
have imposed tines under the ordinance
verneaa mis weatner win ao very
nicely, thank you, and as the great
throng of humanity looks with hopeful
eye to discover its destiny in that direc
tion, it is nevertheless a satisfaction to
have our temporary stamping ground un
derfoot more congenial to our happiness
when a simple physical exertion on the
part of our street commissioner will
A board of engineer officers has been
detailed to meet at Clinton, Iowa, March
18, lo consider the plans snd location
proposed for a bridge across the Missis
sippi river at Stony Point near Clinton.
The meeting will be a public one and all
interested parties are invited to be pres
ent and express their views as to the
probable effect of the proposed bridtre on
the interests of navigation. So savs
Maj A. Mackenzie.
Mr. Fred Hass, president of the Rock
Island Improvement association, recelyed
a letter from Senator Farwell, who states
that he has asked Senator Allison to call
Col. Whitteiore to Washington to ex
plain bis plans for the gun foundry pro
ject, and that if the war department de
dines to pay the expenses of the trip, he
has offered to meet them himself, and
that he has no dount that Col. Wbitte
more will he there to give the testimony
which Mr. Hass and the citizens of the
t ri cities desire him to give in contradic
tion to Gen . Benet's representation .
A traveling man told Mr. David Don
today that while in Springfield the other
day he overheard a representative of the
Cleveland Cooperative Stove and Hard
ware works, which are coming west to
locate, that if the city of Springfield did
not pive the company what it wanted
five acres of land and $30,000 in capital
stock, it would come to Rock Island.
This shows that the industry baa an eye
this way and knows what Rock Island
i otters to manufacturers
Assent association should endeavor to en-
courage tne uieveiana company to sucn
I an extent that it will come to Rock Island
Neara' Paatofflre Ahandonea.
Inspector Herring, of the postofBce de
pigment, is in the city today and made
arrangements to abandon the postofflce
at Sears, which was burned out of quar
ters in the destruction of the Sears' mill .
Hereafter the mail for Sears will be either
kept at the Rock Island post office or sent
to Milan, according to the location of the
Sound advice We conscientiously rec
ommend our readers to try Salvation Oil
in all cases of rheumatism . Sold by all
druggists for 25 cents a bottle.
Wanted A good appetite. You can
have it easy enough by taking Hood's
Sarsaparilla. It tones the digestion and
cures sick headache.
We just received a beautiful line of
fine silver and gold beaded umbrellas.
Robt. Krause, 115 and 117 west Second
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
Fine black thibes. spring overcoats,
imported goods, at Robt. Krause's, 115
and 117 west Second street, Davenport.
"I never sausage weather," groaned
the ground hog, crawling back into its
C. A. STKBL, - Mnmt. :
ONE NIOHT ONLY,
TUESDAY, MARCH 18th.
The Reignlug Comedy Success,
A Soap Bubble,
By Montgomery PhiMer, prodnred by a clever
company of Comedians, under the direc
tion of J. Ii. Dobliins.
A Comical Uproar.
Brighter than Ever.
Bobbles of Fan.
Two and hhT hours of oddities jumbled
together, making it
The Laughing Success.
Admission 25. 50 and 75 cents.
A full and complete
Vocal and Instrumental.
C. C. Taylor
1625 Second avenue,
Under Rock Island House.
So'e Ayent for 10c Sheet Mnsn .
Catalogue free, mailed lo any
As I will have to settle with the
County Treasurer on March 20th, you
will save costs by paying your taxes
to me before that dale.
OfHce at Court House.
S. R. CLOUGH,
The best of sverything always ou hand al the
most reasonable price.
WHITE OR RLAOK UK ARSE.
1805 Second Ave., Rock Island.
P. CLOUUIt, Manager.
Lloyd & Stewart
KOI K 1S..I. Ititn.
Grand Opening Spring Style,
SATURDAY. MARCH 1. 1890.
in sms or
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five timet the amount
of the loan.
Interest 7 per cant semi annually, collected and
remitted rree or caarge.
K W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Boosm S and 4 Masonic Temple,
BOOK ISLAND, ILL.
-Spring purchases are coming in so fast that-
are at a loss to know what to call your attention to first.
However this is EMBROIDERY TIME. Our second
large shipment arrived from New York Satarday, and
was shown for the first time MONDAY.
Hamburg Edges, wide and narrow, 2c per yard and upwards.
Insertions, matched, 5c per yard, very handsome.
You ought to see the assortment laid out for 10c a yard.
Skirting Flounces, full width, 45c.
Special effects not easily described. Prices lowest you hava
heard mentioned anywhere throughout the entire line.
White Goods are here too.
will see oar assortment before
Haven't room to tell von of
Trimming Silks, French and Scotch Ginghams, Outing Cloths,
Seersucker, Towels, Table Linens, Muslin Underwear, etc.
lWe will be pleased to
In order to accommodate their increasing trade and
to have more room in which to display their goods,
CLEM ANN & 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 is none 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. D. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth St., under Commercial
The following are among
A une large with all modem improve
ments, good baru, treei. etc.. 3 acres of land, flue
location, juet onUtde thft cllj limita tear the
treet cars ; cheap, easy terms,
A Dice brick residence, with all ,.. n; im
provements, large ground, on Kim street, (or sale
cheap on easy terms.
Two slorr dwelling, aix rooms, good well, cis
tern and cellar, larve barn, H acre of land, within
a few steps of Milan street cars, at a bargain.
A good house and improvements with about 4
acres of land suitable for gardening about three
miles from Kock Island, for sale cheap.
91,000 will buy 90 acres of land, partly improv
ed, In Cordova township.
$3,B0O will buy a a-nol SO acre farm, good im
provements, on reasonable terms.
A nice residence, large lot. in one of the best
neighborhoods on Twenty-third street, cheap.
Only a few of those fine lots left in Milter's
addition ob Twcnty-scond and Twenty-third
$175 dollars will buy a lot 04(115, corner of
Fifth avenue and Kigblh street.
$250 will buy a good lot 50xi, well located, on
Thirteenth street .
A good eighty-acre farm, well located in this
county witl take house and ot In this city for
Meu's Felt Shoes fl 00
" Felt Boot Overs 1 00
' Arctics 1 00
- Alaskas 60
" Rubbers 40
" C10R8 SO
Women's Arctics 75
High Button Gaiters 65
' Alaskas 40
Boy's Arctics 50
Mf st s' High Button Gaiters 60
' Arctics 70
Children's Arctics 5 50
In addition to these low prices I will give away an Encyclopepia, valued at $6,
to each customer buying f 23 worth of Boots and Shoes.
Call in and let us show you the Book and explain how yon can get it free
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Avenua.
ELM STREET 8HOE STORE
SM Filth Avenue.
If you are a money saver you
the beautiful new Dress Goods,
see you whether you purchase
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
the many bargains offered i
Two duelling houses, lol SOxIM, on Mollae ave
A Qrst-class SO acre farm, with good Improve
ments. tn dowliag township, cheap.
A No. 1 one hundred and sixty acre farm, wlUi
drat class improvements, cheap.
A nice bluff property, large grounds, abide
trees, fruit, etc., cheap.
Two or three acres on the bluff, flue land for
building or gardening.
Some of the best lots in Dodge's addition on
easy terms. "
SO or 40 acres, with good Improvements, on the
A good lot cn the bluff iu Rodman's sub-division,
tOO will bur a flue acre lot just outside city
limits, on bluff.
A good house. brn and line corner lot la the
upper part of the city coavenient to the saw bb.11,
depot and Island, cheap.
A nice two story dwelling, well located on
Twentieth street, cheap,
$1,000 will buy six acres with sous Improve
ment, on ibe bluff
SS00 will bay a house with four rooms, conven
ient to the lower factories.
fail to call on R. Krause, Davenport.