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THE ROCK ISLAND AKGUS, TUESDAY, MAHCH 25, lb90.
We place on sale Monday. March 24.
a limited lot of 4 button scalloped top,
embroidered back kid gloves in street
shades only, price 47o, not more than 3
pairs to any one customer.
Also a large lot of 5 button embroid
ered kid gloves, choice shades of Eng
lish reds, tans and browns at 61c.
A lot of 5-button black suede kids
only 75c a pair, and a lot of 3 button
length black suede tnoupquetaire eizs
only 6. 6 and 71 which we shall sell at
$1 00 per pair while they last. The
above four styles are but a slight indica
tion of the new and extraordinary bar
gates with which we are bound to earn
your attention and confidence.
We shall alBO place on our counters
an entire new line of the celebrated Bos
ton pig skin gloves, overstiched seams,
mousquetaire cut, especially for street
wear, in all the new spring shades and
blacks, new 5 and 7hook gloves.
A great big line of Bilk;. Ihle and cot
ton gloves bought from the Johnston
failure at J and 5 cents on tje dollar.
We cannot describe them; you will be
sorry as long as you live should you miss
a few pairs of these great drives.
1713. 1714. 1716. 1718. 1720 and 1722 Second Avenue.
-BUY WALL PAPER-
A word to the wise ia sufficient. You can save money
by buying of us now.
House Furnishing Goods,
Gas Fitting Stock
BAKER & HOUSMAN.
KOHN & ADLER,
-Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street-
Irish Cough Syrup,
(10 and 25c
For Liver and. Kidney Troubles
NOTHING equal to
Thomas' Liver and Kidney Pills,
25c a Box Sample free.
Manufac ured by '- .
T. H. THOMAS,
Druggist, Rock Island.
prices on a new lot of ladies' Jersey
waists and stockinette jackets just placed
on sale. You will wonder how it is done.
1500 dozen new handkerchiefs, Borne
of the greatest bargains we have ever
shown from lc up to 90c, bought during
the off season from a "hard up" manu
facturer because we could see a saving
of a little more than 20 per cent bv re
lieving his embarrassed condition. 30 or
40 new styles which will not be shown by
others until the holidays. We have them
now, and can make you a saving of 20
per cent, besides giving you the advance
We quote the following: no we
won't; we'll leave prices and descriptions
of these beautiful goods for a feast for
the eyes and a joy to the pocket.
Our two head milliners have just re
turned from a week's visit to Chicago.
To say that our lady friends are justified
in anticipating something quite unusual
and elegant in this department, is but a
slight bint at the facts. In the mean
time while extensive preparations are
being made, all present wants of our
friends in the best as well ss the cheaper
grades of millinery, can be promptly and
carefully attended to.
KINGSBURY &. SON,
1705 Second Avenus.
Coughs, Colds, Etc.,
A SIDE SHOW.
Peter Morgart Makes a Disgraceful
A Republican Light Adda His Part
to the Pew.wow at Tomer nail
While the republican hippodrome was
it progress in Turner ball last night there
was a sideshow in the saloon which is
joined by a narrow passageway and an
ante room, which proved almost as much
o! a drawing attraction as the great un
paralleled exhibition itself. Juggler
Josh was not one of the drawing cards,
b it the affair proved quite as entertains
icg as if he had been. The chief per
fcrmer was Peter Morgart, who intro
traduced a onering show, and after a
li'tle feat peculiarly his own, and in
which, however, he was assisted, he re
tired to police headquarters where he
srnt the night.
Ths entire or exact circumstances of
the affair are not known. Aid. Ed
wwds bad stopped Inthe saloon to con
vrae with friends on his way through to
the convention hall, when Mor
giirt entered and went directly up to
where Edwards stood and struck him.
Ooe of Aid. Edwards' friends struck
b ick tt Morgart bringing blood. Mor
gurt made a desperate endeavor to
pull a revolver from bis hip pocket, but
b fore he could do so was taken In charge
bv Officer Kramer and escorted to the
police station where on demand he pro
duced a loaded revolver.
After Morgart had been taken to the
stition, "Dutchy" Rosenfield called and
asked to see him, and being admitted to
the room in which he was confined,
struck Morgart a swipe on the face that
gk.ve a disfigurement to his physiognomy
and caused the blood to spurt. Rosen
fit Id then left Morgart bewildered. This
li tie unpleasantness grew out of a long
existing ill feeling.
This morning Magistrate Wivill fined
R)scnueld $3 and coats for assault, and
this afternoon Morgart W6s tried before
Magistrate Wivill, Aid. Edwards declin
ing at first to appear, preferring to settle
w th Morgart in other ways. But the
court issued an attachment for Mr. Ed-
w irds, trial was had and Morgart fined
$15 and costs, which was paid.
Morgart is a ward striker and one of
the republican stripe at present. Ilia
action last night is on a par with other
frottks such as have characterized his
career here in the past. He is not a safe
mm to go armed, and had he been per-
ra tted to carry out his will last night,
would no doubt hive committed murder
before being taken from the hall.
The I.eaae to .. '. Han. and the Ira-
irorrnrnta to be Made the Coming
Mr. A. C. Man, haying secured from
the Harper estate the lease of Harper's
thratre for five years from Sept. 1st
nett, is now in New York booking the
best attractions on the road which opens
nett September. He wl 1 probably re
main east until sometime during the sum-
n the meantime the theatre is to be
en irely overhauled and remodeled. It
wi 1 be repainted outside and in, and the
nterior arrangement will receive
special attention. The lower boxes
on either side of the stage will
be taken out and a tier of lores
put in on either side, while the up
per boxes will be overhauled and rebuilt
to correspond with the lower tiers. En
tin-ly new scenery is to be put in, the cur
taia retouched, and the frescoing, which is
handsome enough for any theatre, bright
ened. The building is to be wired
thi ouch. nit for electricity and the steam
he iting apparatus replaced.
New carpets throughout are to be pro-.
v'uled. the opera chairs repaired and re
upholstered where necessary, and no de
tail is to be omitted that will make the
theatre complete, convenient and in every
sense attractive. It will be Manager
Mt.n's effort to make it the ruoBt popular
theatre in the three cities.
The Ire Trout Weakening.
The ice trust ia weakening and is
liable to have its scale of exorbitant
prices knocked out any time. Geo.
E. Lambert, one of its leading members,
hu sold out to the new ice firm
of Hubers & Weinberger, who will
take possession April 1, and will not be
guided by the scale of the combine. So
Rock Island's prospects for having
cheaper ice than the pool intended the
city should have, are quite bright at
Tbe ice trust wi'.hdr&w its scale of ex
orbitant prices this morning, and will
either reduce the rates or abandon an or
ganization and leave each of its members
fn e to conduct his own business. There
art; none perhaps who realize to a greater
extent the mistake of the combine than
thi; members of it themselves.
Holmes In Memphis.
Mr. C. B. Holmes was in town yester
day, lie brought a bag of hoodie with
him, and made straight lor tbe orace or
tbn street railway company.
Mr. Holmes paid over to Mr. . f.
Rt ad. the trustee, $107,000 in money.
and arranged to pay the remaining $ 500,
003. makins $1,000,000, inthe next thir
ty days. He talks very confidently oi
th future of Memphis, and thinks he
has made a good trade. Steps will be
talten at once to improve the service.
Memphis Appeal. '
Hotels, butchers, saloons, groceries
and restaurants, 25 cents per 100 pounds
F- mtlies taking 20 pounds daily, $3.50
ptr month; families taking 10 pounds
doily, $1.75 per montn; over au pounds,
35 cents per 100 pounds.
Pure Sylvan ice. Telephone 1068.
OlSee. Third avenue between Twenty
se 3ond and Twenty-third streets.
Banth Rock Island Catena.
The democratic voters of; South Rock
t ., Mnnaated to meet at Old Cen
te school bouse on Friday. March 28, at
7: i0 p. m., to nominate candidates for
town offices, UJ order oi committee.
THE UNPOPULAR BILLS.
The tierntn2r" Before Con
cress Against Proposed Bteasnred
Believed to be Vnwlse and I'reju
dielal. Mr. M. J. Rohlfs, of Davenport, who
went to Washington aB representative of
the Upper Mississippi Turn Bezirk. which
met in this city March 3, to act with
representatives of other German societies
in protesting against certain measures be
fore congress, reached home last night.
Over fifty delegates were present at the
meeting, representing Turner, Saengcr.
benevolent and religious societies. Ses
sions of the conference were held on
Tuesday and Wedneslay. and a commit
tee was appointed to draw up a protest.
Tney did so as follows:
To tbe Hon. Senate and Honse of Representa
tive of the Vntted States ;
A conference of delegates of German
American societies, held in the city of
Washington March IS and 19, 1890, re
spectfully, but most earnestly, remon
strate against the passage of any and all
of the measures now before your honor
able body, designed to materially change
tbe present national laws on immigration
As some of the res sins (among many)
for our protest, we mention the follow
ing: 1. All such legislation is directly op
posed to the very spirit of our institu
tions, and cannot be defended upon any
mere plea of expediency or self-interest.
2 The industry, thrift and honest in
telligence of tbe immigrant have, for
more than a hundred years past, been a
chief factor in developing the mineral,
agricultural, commercial and industrial
n sources of this country, and in raiting
it to its present proud position among tbe
nations of the world.
3. Tbe patriotic devotion of those
xbo have in the last century emigrated to
our land and acquired a right of citizen
ship among us has been such as to win a
proud place in its history. What right
have we to assume that tbe character of
those to come under a-continued liberal
policy of immigration will be one particle
lower than of those who came before?
4. The proposed change of tbe nat
uralization laws, as embodied in bills now
pending in congress, must be regarded as
uncalled for and a mischievous deviation
from the policy first established under
Washington s administration. Not mere
ly should we encourage those who have
cast their fortunes among us to s.ion be
come loyal members of our body-politic.
but the very existence or large bodies of
unnaturalized residents would seem to
constitute a menace to our institutions.
Love of a free country can best be bred
in men by secunng to them the full and
early enjoyment of its privileges and
5. The scheme proposed, of emigrant
inquisition through our consular and
governmental representatives abroad, is
impracticable. It will aid the undesir
able merely, and deter the good. No
European government will assist in re
taining its bad elements and in forward
ing the desirable.
6. Our existing laws, if rigidly and
honestly enforced, afford ample protec
tion against all undesirable and criminal
immigration; but no such system of laws
as now proposed, can be enacted without
violating the fundamental principles of
our national compact and darkening the
brightest pages of our national history.
By order of the conference.
Richard Bartholdt, President.
Ewald Schmitt, Secretary.
A committee, consisting of Mr. Rohlfs
and eight other dalcgates, were appointed
to present the protest, and on Thursday
they were given a tearing by the houo
committee on immigration. The impres
sion produced was favorable, so fur as
Mr. Rohlfs was able to judge.
TWO BRIGHT YOUNG MEN.
Ibey CalUereri in the Shekel by Vyi
IIihI Arc Dark.
CHICattO, March 2S. Charles K. i f?!. who
has beu known for the past sis months aRosu
Uuller, an j George Pottter, who has been
masquerading fi.r the sumo luiigth of time as
Julia Burton, are iu jail in this city for
seudtug swindling letters through the Diaiis,
Kerf-.;! is a good-natured, homely German,
Puttier is a Frenchman, about 3d years old,
with flashing black eyes and a heavy black
mustache. They have been rooming together
at i?U0 and 1815 State street. Six months
ago they euterei into a conspiracy to
swindle lovelorn and uasophislicatcvl Ger
mans anJ Frenchmen throughout the
The Way They Operated.
The Frenchman, who has a wife fn New-
Orleans, had in his pocket a photograph of a
atout, good-looking girl, from which hun
dreds of tiiitye pictures were taken. When
the pictures were delivered by the photog
rapher tbe two men insertei advertisement
In nearly all the French and German news
papers in the country. The notice iu the
rreuch paper read:
A young French miss is desirous of making;
a match with an honest man or farmer. Ad
dress Julia Hurteu, 1613 State street.
The advertisement in the German new j.
papers was as follows:
A pretty German girl desires to marry an
honest man or farmer. Address P.osa Muller.
lblS State street.
They Scooped the l.ove Lorn.
Hundred ot letters wire received by tbe
conspirators. Thv catiK irom all parts of
the country. Home of them were written
with an ardeat pen. Uaus iu Idaho want
ed to marry Rosa right away. Francois in
Louisiana could not sleep at night because
of his passionate love for Julia. Home of the
letters carried hair, postage stamps and
flowers. Others conveyed to the suppositi
tious women confessions of bleeding hearts,
sympathetic breast and erotic brains.
Where the Profit Came Iu.
The victim were worked up to a perfect
frenzy of affection and then they were told
that their heart's desire were poor and must
have money to enable them to fly to the
loving arm awaiting them. The dupes
took the bait. Hans and Francois sent the
railroad fare to Julia and .Rosa, and
then sat around on the railway station
platform and wondered why the pret
ty German girl and the French miss
whom they longed for never came. One
targe six finned haddock in Denver sent $35
vto Julia. This went for schnupps and pipes,
and into a sweltering game of high five and
pinochle. Ths offl'.-e is closed now, and Kjr
fel and Pottiar will fool no more people for
some time; also they will miss their schnapps
and high five. v
They're After Ton, Mrs. Hyatt.
Asblanp, Wis., March 25. The authori
ties here are on Iks lookout for tbe runaway
wife of James Hyatt, of Lima, O , who left
her husband last Thursday. Her trunks
were checked for Ashland, and the supposi
tion is that she and her paramour, whoever
he la, intend making this their objective
point. As yet no one answering tbe woman's
description has arrived In tb city.
Great Scott I Mrs. iwe-le.
Anton, O., March 25. Mrs. John Lcwrie
wlf of a former living at Chariestown,
Portage county, Sunday morning gave birth
to four children, two boys and two girls, all
alive and well developed. Four year ago
Mrs. Lowrie presented her husband with
triplets and a year later with twins, making
nine living children at three births.
Imported Bats' ale on draught at the
William H. Jackson, brother of Got.
Jackson, of Maryland, owns a peach
orchard containmg 25,000 trees.
Fromage de Brie at May's.
Imported Bass' ale on draught at the
Nice fresh home-grown lettuce at P.
The Verne Swain makes her first trip
to Clinton tomorrow.
Aid. Frank 111 returned from a business
trip to Chicago this morning.
Mrs. Phil Mitchell and children have
returned from their visit to Philadelphia.
The democratic city-township conven
tion will be held at Turner hall this even
The East End Progressive Euchre
club met with Mr. and iirs. W. II. Judge
Sterling has decided to follow Rock
Island's example, and to pave. Good
Yesterday was the birthday of two
prominent citizens on Second avenue
Messrs. Ben Haislip and Ben Oest.
Go to the rink this evening and see
Lancaster and Ullemeyer in single and
double acts on the Spanish rings.
Mis Martin Reidy has broken ground
on her property on Fifth avenue east of
Tweotv-third street for a new cottaee
Ticket Agent Skelton, of the Rock Isl
and road, has notice that beginning today
the Rock Island will sell tickets to Den
ver for $15 50 first class and $12 50 sec
Mrs. Sarah Caverly, widow of Amos
K. Caverly, rf Moline, died yesterday
morning. Tbe funeral occurs from the
M. E. church of that city, tomorrow af
ternoon. Sweeney & Walker as attorneys for
Mrs. Marv Gorralev, sold the well known
Qormley property on Twenty-fourth
street at the court house yesterday to
Geo. Schneider for $1,160.
Work has commenced under Engineer
Frances' direction of removing the
wooden crib between tbe pivot pier and
the rest piers at the draw of Hock Island
bridge, and repliciog the same with
The Superior, (Neb) Times in
writing up the business enterprises cf
that town in its initial nnratier, makes
complimentary allusion to F. D. South
ard, formerly of Rock IsUnd. as one of
the prominent business men of tbe place.
Democrats have but to use discretion
in their selections for township officers
tonight to win at tbe polls one week from
today. The republicans have made
weak nominations; the democrats have
only to make strong nominations to win.
Street Commissioner Harris publishes
a notice elsewhere to all people to clean
their yards and deposit the refuse in
the alleys Between this and April 1
all the alleys will be cleaned, and it is
hoped that the suggestion will oe com
The democrats of South Rock Island
will hold their town caucus on next Fri
day evening. Among those talked of for
supervisor are Capt. Geo. Lamont, Ed.
Jens, Wm. C. Maucker and Orrin Leon
ard. Tbe republicans will probably
nominate Hnry Case or Ti os. Campbell.
Mr. Frank Nadler is the happiest man
in the upper part of town, and political
complications as they relate to the Fifth
ward or the collectorshtp fight, disturb
him no longer. It is a bright-eyed little
girl, and if it bad been expressly to his
order could not have suited him better.
It was intended to award the contract
for the new Y. M. C. A. building last
night, but it was determined to defer
action until Friday morning, owing to
the absence of ajveral members of the
committee. The association is in earn
est, and tbe new building will surely be
erected this summer.
The ladies of the First Methodist
church will present the following features
during the fair of the Methodist church,
which is to be held in May: "A Milk
maid's Supper," "Cradle Songs of Many
Nations." "An Evening in the Garden,"
"The Pioneer Pedagogue," and "A May
During her travels through Europe,
Mrs. E. P. Reynolds met Rev. Dr. Por
teus. who lectures at Harper's theatre
this evening for the benefit of the La
dies' Relief society, and 6he speaks yery
highly of him as an interesting talker, and
urges all who wish to spend a pleasant
evening to go and listen to him tonight.
Rev. W. Ponteua. of St. Louis, lectures
at Harper's theatre tonight for the bene
fit of the Ladies' Industrial Relief society.
His subject will be 'Egypt and the
Pyramids," and the nature of the subject
ana toe anility or the man as well as the
worthiness of tbe cause should attract an
audience such as will fill every seat in the
The republicans of Rock Island were
never more handicapped in their nomin
ations than they are this year. Tbe
nominee for collector, who accomplished
bis purpo e in such an unscrupulous
manner as to be ternfi'd "Jingo" Hassel
quist before leaving the hall, and the
candidates for assistant supeivisors, are
Harry Steer, the orphan boy who ran
away from the home at Normal and has
been at tbe police station for several
days, has secured employment at Jones'
second hand store, and as tbe superin
tendent of the home does not want Harry
back unlrss he finds his way back as he
left, he will probably remain in Rock
Postmaster Wells has received notice
from the postmaster general to furnish
all newspapers hereof ter with all matter
of interest concerning the business of tbe
p stofflce, in order that tbe public may
have a thorough idea of what is being
done in the department of government
service with which they haye most to do.
The Rock Island Novelty company are
adding to their many lines tbe manufac
turing of a superior article of dry steam
paste. This is an important addition,
and one that will be a great help to those
who are in need of a finely made paste.
It will be parked ia btrrels, half barrels
and pails. They are prepared to fill all
orders. We uudcniand that tbey guar
antee their paste not to ferment and to
be perfectly free from odor.
Mr. R. B. Campbell, for several years
pnst superintendent of tbe Chicago and
Council Bluffs division of the Chicago,
Milwaukee & St. Paul railway, has left
the service of the company to accept tbe
management of extensive railway indus
tries at Jamaica Island. His successor,
Mr. C. A. Gjodnow, formerly superin
tendent of the Dubuque division, arrived
in Davenport yesterday in bia special car
familiarizing himself with his . new terri
tory. At tbe chapel at Mercy hospital kt
Davenport one day last week took place
the ceremony by which fifteen young
maidens renounced tbe world, with all
its innocent joys and pleasures, and cons
secrated their young lives to the service
of God and their fellow men. Of the
fifteen new sisters who were admitted to
their novitiate of two years,- but one or
two have reached the age of twenty.while
one has not yet completed ber seven
President Fred IIsm. of the Citizens'
Improvement association, has received
from Senator Allison a communication
to a letter sent by Mr. Haas, stating that
the committee of tbe appropriating com
mlttee in the senate baa authoritv to re
port an amendment to the fortification
bill making an appropriation of $3,000 to
cover tbe expense of the examination in
to Col. Whittemore's gun factory project.
And Senator Allison, also assures Mr.
Haas that the matter vrill have his best
attention and consideration until some
thing definite is determined. The sena
tor also sends a copy of the bill la which
the appropriation of $3,000 for expenses
that at this season the blood is filled with
impurities, the accumulation of months of
close confinement in poorly ventilated
stores, workshops and tenements. All
these impurities and every trace ef scrof
ula, salt rheum, or other disease may be
expelled by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla.
the heat blood purifier ever produced. It
is the only medicine of which "100 doses
one dollar" is true.
Notice is hereby given to all persons to
clean their yards and deposit tbe refuse
in their alleys before April 1, when it will
be collected by the city and removed.
II. C. Harbis, Street Commissioner.
The following is tbe experience of a
Baltimore butcher: 1 have suffered with
headaches for years and have tried many
remedies without obtaining relief. I
was advised to give Salvation Oil a trial,
and it has entirely cured me.
"That tired feeling" is entirely over
come by Hood's Sarsaparilla, which gives
a feeling of buoyancy and strength to the
Wanted A good girl. References re
quired. Dr. Thos. Gait, No. 1208 Sec
Mclntire Bro. have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
Dancing school at Armory hall Wed
nesday evening. Come and enjoy your
self. Two packages of new garden seeds for
5 cents at Kuschman'e, 230? Fourth ave
nue. Imported B.iss' ale on draught at tbe
Dancing school at Armory hall Wed
Imported Buss' ale on draught at the
A full and complete
Yocal and Instrumental.
C. C. Taylor
1625 Second avenue.
Under Rock Island Uonse.
So'e A cent for 10c Sheet Wnaic.
Catalogue free, mailed to any
STATU OF ILLlNt (IS, I
Rock Island Cocktt,
In the Circuit Court tr the My term, Ihho.
Monlton Knovles Jennie M. OilUifhrr. John K.
Mies. Angelia M. N. Carpenter and Martha C.
John M. Gould, Alfred Williams and Charles R.
Alntwortb, executors of the last will and testa
ment of Robert Knowles, deceased, John 3.
Gillmore and James W. Atkinson, ezeentors of
tbe last will and t-stament of Ann MaMa R. 8.
Knowles, deceased, Charles L. Morgan. Chicago
Theological Seminary, an Illinois corporation,
Illinois Home Mis-Unary Society, an Illinois
corpoiation. Port Byron Academy, an Illinois
corporation. Young Men's Christian Associa
tion ot Moline, Illinoi-, an Illinois corpora
tion. Horatio N. P Small, Martha . Wagenrr,
H-tlleM. Mnall. Gertie f. Small. Mamie B.
Small, Jamrs Grant Small, Charles U. Lnnt.
Jane S. Alkinwn, Charles H.lKereand Pitt
Amdarit having been filed in the office of the
r'erkofsald Circuit court (bat tbe raid defen
dants, Horatio N. P. Smal., Martha B. Waaener.
HattleM. Small, James Grant Small. Charles H.
L int and Pitt Emory are non-resideuts, and each
of them la a non resident of said state of Illinole,
notice is therefore here bypiven that the said com
plainant filed tbeir bill of complaint in a d
court, on tbe chancery side tbeieof, on the 25tb
aay oi Marcn, A. u. 131W. ana thereupon a sum
mons issued out of and court in said caune re
turnab e on the Hist Monday ia May, ISWi, next,
as is by law required, the same beine tbe first day
of the next succeeding term of said court.
Now. unless yon. tbe said im resident defen
dant above named, and each of yon, aball per
sonally ne ana appear be lore eaia court on said
first Monday in May, 190. next, and plead, an
swer or demur to the said bill of complaint, tbe
same and the matters and things therein charged
and stated will be taken as confessed by and
against you and such cf you as do not appear as
aioresaia. ana a aecree enierea against you ac
cord In e to tbe prayer of said bill
Kock Island, in., Marcn ,
GEO. W. GAMBLE.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
ErrotKi Lewis and Adair Plcaakts. Com
Lloyd & Stewart,
notK iwl,axi, hi..
Grand Opening Spring Style,
SATURDAY. MARCH 1. 1890.
im atma or
1200.00 and Upwards
For aale, secured on land worth from
three to five timet the amount
of the loan.
Interest T per cent Hot annually, collected and
rminea ire ut cuarg. .
B. W. HURST,
Attobhit at Law
Booms I and 4 Xaaonlc Taapla,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
NEW DRESS GOODS.
A TIMELY TOPIC.
Our new Spring Goods are aow fullj
business done ia that department last week we are sure that we struck the popular
chord in our selections. Cold tjpe can't possibly describe the beautiful effects in
plain, placid and striped fabrics. New Silks ia brocades, plaids, etc, suitable to
combine with plain goods low prices prevail.
Double Fold Cashmeres 10c.
Cashmere Ombres, gennine to close, 15c.
Ch allies, pietty styles. 7c. Cashmeres 9c.
Satines, large variety 10c.
Onting Cloths, Tennis Flannels, 10, 11 and 12$c.
We hare the celebrated Marguerite or Wedding Ring
This week we offer special rallies and styles in lace curtains and draperies.
Lice curtains. 85c a pair, 3 yards long; better ones in proportion.
Tuesday morning we will bare for your inspection, shoulder capes and beaded
Black silk conewinaras, grey silk surlouts, suitable for street wear or trsTtl-
Lots of other things we want you to
In order to 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
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 THEiPLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 123 Sixteenth Street,
Geo. W. D. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth St., under Commercial H tel, ROCK ISLAND, TT.T
The following are among the many bargains offered:
A floe lw hnuce with at' modern tmoror-
menta. good barn. trve. etc.. S arrcs of land, floe
location. Jnat ouuldr the city limits cear the
street car; cheap, ay terms.
A nice nrtrk raclJenee. with all tno tarn im-
proTementa, large grow. -Is, on Kim street, lor rale
caeap on easy terms.
Two siorr dwelllne. six rooms, rood well. rl-
tern and cellar, larse barn, H acre of land, within
a lew steps or Milan street cars, at a bargain.
A good houe and lrprorementJi with about 4
acres of land saltahla for gardening a boat three
m.les from Hock Island, for sale cheap.
1 .000 will bnjr 90 acres of land, partly improT
ed. In Cordora township.
$2,500 will bny a aro I Pfl arre farm, good im
provements, on reasonable terms.
A nire residence, large Int. In one of tbe best
neighborhoods on Twenty-third street, eheap.
Only a few of those One lot left In Miner's
addition on Twenty-second and Twenty-third
eiTX ntt.M win i.r J i .., .
-... - ' ... vomer Wl
Fifth avenoe and Elgl th street.
ff-2Sn will hnv a mvul In, nra9 .11 1 -. -.1 t
a lunccnw nrccu
A good eightr -acre farm, well located In thia
county w ll take hoore and 'ot In this city for
Men's Pelt Shoes fl 00
" Felt Boot Overs .- 100
" Arctics 1 00
" Clops , 60
Women's Arcties 75
" High Button Gaiters 65
" Alaskaa i 40
Boj's Arctics 60
M sses' High Button Gaiters 60
" Rubber ; 25
" Arctics 70 '
Children's Arctics , 80
In addition to these low prices I will give away an Eocjclopepia, ralued at $6,
to each customer bujing $25 worth of Boots and Shoes.
Call in and let us show 70a the Book and explain bow you can set it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Avenue.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE -
S9S9 TlTtn ATenne.
displayed, and judging from tht good
see but haven t room to mention them.
Two dwelling houses, lot 90x1 M, oa Holla ave
A first-clans AO acre farm, with good imprev
menu. In bowling township, cheap.
A No. I one hundred and sixty acre farm, with
flrst-claea Improvements, cheap.
A nice bin IT property, large groands, aaade
trees, f rait, etc., cheap.
Tvo or three acres oa tbe bin ft, fine land for
bollding or gardening.
Some of th best lot ia Dodge's aiiUkra m
SO or 40 arret, wifa good improvements, oa ta
A rood lot rn the blofl ia Rod in an 'a so b-41 vis
S400 will bav a tne hi acre lot just oalaid city
limit, on bloit.
A good hone. bare and fine corner lot ia tbe
upper part of the eity coavanient to th saw amull,
depot and Island, cheap.
A nice two story dwelling, well ocatad oa
Twentieth street, cheap,
$1,000 will buv six acres with aoms Improve
ments, on tbe bluff.
aft 10 will bny a hons with four rooms, eoavsa
lent to tbe lower factories.