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THE EOGK ISLANi) AKGUS, WEDNESDAY. MAltCH 20. 1890.
We place on sale Monday. March 24
a limited lot of 4 button acalloped top,
embroidered back kid gloves in street
shades only, price 47c, not more than 8
pairs to any one customer
Also a Urge lot of 5 button embroid
ered kid gloves, choice shades of Eng
lish reds tans and browns at 64c.
A lot of 5-button black suede kids
only 75c a pair, and a lot of 8 button
length black suede moupquetaire sizes
only ft, 6J 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
gains wiih which we are bound to earn
your Attention and confidence.
We shall also place on our counters
an eDtire new line of the celebrated Bos
ton pig skin gloves, overstiched seams,
mousquetaire cut. especially for street
wear, In all the dpw spring shades and
blacks, new 5 and 7 .hook gloves.
A preikt big line of silk, li-le and cot
ton gloves boueht from the Johnston
failure at (10 and f5 cents on the dollar.
Wecsnnot describe them; you will be
soiry as long as you live should you miss
a few pairs of these groat drives.
1712. 1714. 1716. 1718. 1720 and 1722 Second Avkndk.
-BUY WALL PAPER-
A word to the wise is sufficient. Yon can save money
by buj'ing of ua now.
Wall Paper Company
3112. 314 Twentieth St.,
And Postoffic Bleck, Moline.
. READY FOR
kmmmy r?' re o ai
W. : Tm :,!:,r ,;T- ,c-- . Mi , l M J.
-WITH A I.A1U1EK LINE OF-
FINE WALL PAPER
Than the combined stack of all Uip other dealers in the two cities.
"Exclusive agents for the following six largest Wall Paper factories: Blre
ti Sons, Janeway & Co., Robert S. Tlohbs & Co., Nevins it Ilaviland, New York
Wall Paper Co., and Robert Graves iJt Co.
SEE OUR BIRQE SPECIALS-
which include all the Art papers.
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.
Manufactured 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, some
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. 80 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 tbe following no we
won't; we'll leave prices and descriptions
of these beautiful goods for a feast for
the eyes and a jiy 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 justiScd
in anticipating something quite unusual
and elegant in this department, is but a
slight hint at the facts. In the mean
time while extecsive preparations are
being n.mle, all pnsent wants of our
friends in the best as well as the cheaper
grades of millinery, can be promptly and
carefully attended to.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1705 Second Avenne.
Prices from 10 to 30 per cent below
Coughs, Colds, Etc.,
THIS SUITS ALL.
A Strong Township Ticket for the
GOOD MEN AND TRUE NAMED.
John Ater for Monrrvikor. Inrrr
Browner, Winalow Howard. J. M.
Iarrah ana Arthur Bar rail for Am.
niatants.-liavld I-'itairerald for Col.
lector, John Barxe for Assessor.
The deriocratic city-township conven
tion was held at Turner hall last evening
and the h irmony characteristic of every
detail of 1'ie proceedings and the expedU
ttonsmanier in which the results were
determine 1, augurs most pleasantly for
the sucief of the ticket nominated. Mr.
W. Cavanauffh, chairman of the dem
ocratic city-township committee, called
the convention to order and upon motion
Mr. J. V. Welch was elected chairman.
Mr. Welch returned thanks for the honor.
for he considered it an honor always, he
said, to preside over a democratic con
vention, lie bespoke harmony and dis
cretion in all the proceedings of the con
vention and with these as the character
istics he predicted victory at the polls as
the result of the deliberations.
Mr. L U. Blanding was unanimously
On mo,ion of Mr. August Huesing a
committee composed of one from each
ward was selected on
and the following were named: James
Alberry, First ward; John Obi weiler, Jr.,
icond; T. S. Silvis, Third; E. W. Hurst.
Fourth; August Iluesing, Fifth; Peter
Frey, Siith, and J. E. Larkin, Seventh.
The committee received the reports from
the secretaries of the various delegations
and were empowered upon motion to fill
all vacancies. The committee in a short
me rep irted the following as entitled to
seats in the convention:
Chas. Strupp. J. J. Alberry. J. W.
orsen, C. Doeringer, Winslow Howard.
R. H. R..bb. J. W. Oorken.
C. Durmann.H. Bums, Ed. Burrill.Jr.,
John Inhoff, J. Durrah, J. S. Wivill,
Jensrn, John Ohl weiler, Jr., W. H.
Daniel Corken. M. M. Briecs. Louis
O'jlweiliT. Fred Hss. Wm. Boehme. Jr..
Daniel Doyle, John McDarrab, Btnard
Brown, Thos. Carney, T. S. Silvis.
E W Hurst. V. Dauber. C. A. Mu-
Itick. H Lambent. J. W. Potter. T. J.
Medill, Jr., P. Brady. C. R. Wheelan.
August Huesing. J. W. Welch. Tbos.
Pender, Wm. Cougblin, Henry Wbeelan,
Keidv, George Simmon, Joseph
Sher.r, George Foster, John Rosenfield.
L C. Blandinjr, Geo. Jones. James E.
Lnrkin, John Gibson, Wm. McCarthy,
Robert Wagner, E lwin Ward, James
LnrMn, John MrCann, R Schwecke.
The rail having been rend, the tempo
rary oi gHD'.zitinn as upon motion of
Mr. T. J. Mediil, Jr., made permanent.
and till? convention was ready for busi
ness. Nominations for supervisor were in or-
ler, anil a motion having been made by
K S liwecke that the chair appoint two
tellers, Mess-re. Henry Burns and J. W.
Potter were named.
Mr. .1. E. Larkin moved that the con
vention proceed to an informal ballot for
supervisor, and Messrs. Arthur Burrall,
John Ohl weiler, John As'cr, Winslow
Howatd and John Yolk having been
named, the result whs as follows, Mr.
Howaid, however, having declined at the
mentii-n of his name: Aster, 20; Ohl
weiler, 11; Burrall, fi; Howard. 14; Volk.
Mr. Howard then formally declined
He thought it would evince belter judg'
ment and a wiser policy to nominate
someone who had been longer identified
with the democratic party than he. the
formil ballot showed: Aster, 42; Ohl
weiler, 3; Burrall, 3; Volk, 5. Upon
motif n, the nomination of Mr. John
Aster, who hid secured the majority of
the votes cast, was made unanimous,
amid much enthusiasm.
Th'j convention proceeded with the
nomination of four assistant supervisors,
tbe p-evai ing motion being that of the
condidates presented the four receiving
the highest number of voles be declared
the nominees. Messrs. Geo. E. Br jwn
cr. Arthur Burrall. Winslow Howard, W.
II. Pierce and J. S. Durrah were named,
and i.be ballot gave Browner, 54; Burrall
42; Howard, 54; Darrah, 47; Pierce. 18
Schvecke, 1. The four first mentioned
were thereupon declared the nominees of
Nominations for assessor were declared
in crder, and the names of John Barge
and J. R. Johnston were presented. Tbe
result of tbe ballot w9 found to be:
Br;;e, 30; Johnston, 20, Siebert. 4. Mr.
Barce was announced as tbe nominee
and being called upon he thanked tbe con
vention heartily and sioceroly for the
compliment paid him.and he pledged him
self to make the best and fairest aa
sessment this year, if elected, that had
ever been made in Rock Island.
the names of David Fitzgerald and C. H.
Seidel were presented. An informal bal
lot was first taken and it gave Fitzgerald
30; Seidel. 22; Ed. Burrill, Jr., 2.
A formal ballot followed, which gave
Mr. Fitzgerald the nomination as fol
lows: Fitzgerald, 34; Seidel. 20. There
we e crieajot Mr. Fitzgerald, who mod
est y returned his gratitude and apprecia
tio i. He would do all he could honora-
blj to be elected, and if successful would
discharge the responsible duties to tbe
bent of his ability. Mr. Seidel at once
co jgratulated Mr. Fitzgerald and assured
him of his heart? support on election
Nominations for constables came nexj
and John Flannigan, Louis Ohlweiler,
Pi ter Heverling and B. H. Kimball were
Dlaced before the convention. A motion
w is adopted that the three highest should
h.. iho nominees of the convention, and
the vote gave Flannigan, 39; Ohl weiler,
50; Kimball. 43; Heverling, 28; V.
Dauber, 1. Flannigan. Ohlweiler and
Kimball were declared the nominees.
On motion of Hon. E. W. Hurst, Mr.
Henry Wheelen was elected chairman of
the democratic city-township committee
for the ensuing year, and the convention
INTO THE LAST HARBOR.
John Renter, the Veteran Ferry Pilot,
Breathes Hi Last Other Obituary
The fHg is displayed at half mast on
the ferry Spenctr today, and there is an
expression of sadness on the countenance
of every member of the crew. The vet
eran pilot, John Remer, is no more. He
has safely piloted a craft, for which he
alone is responsible, into a harbor from
which be will never embark again upon
the treacherous river of life. Honest
old John W. Remer died at his home, 416
Eighteenth street, al 6:30 this morning,
atter a serious illness of four day. Mr.
Rcmer had a severe attack of the grip
last winter, but he recovered fully from
it and was in apparent good health
when tbe season of navigation opened
this spring. A few weeks ago he paid a
visit to his wife, who is a patient in the
hospital for the insane at Elgin. He
then contracted a severe . cold and
the symptoms of the grip returned
and very soon developed into pneu
monia. Last Saturday morniog he was
at his post in the pilot home as usual, but
he complained of feeling miserable. He
went home early in the forenoon think
ing that a little rtst would make him feel
better. In the afternoon he returned
and put in a couple of hours, when he
was forced to give up again and went
home, and he has not been out since.
J. W. Remer was fifty-five years of age,
and had been in the employ of the Rock
Island & Davenport Ferry company in the
capacity of pilot frr thirtyfive years.
He was originally pilot on the Oneata, a
boat that came out in opposition to the
ferry company in 1853, but which ran
but two seasons, when Remer was en
gaged by the Rock Island & Davenport
company, with which he has been stead
fastly since. He was on tbe old Rock
Island for years, and then took charge of
the wheel of the Spencer when it was
built, ne was the most familiar figure
about the boat.
He was somewhat eccentric in his man
ners and dress and one who saw him
never forgot him. He was in a respecta
ble sense, a character about the river.
But he was tender hearted and good na
tured, and all who knew him liked him.
Capt. Robinson, of the Ferry company,
said of him this morning: "I never knew
John to loose his courage whether in
wind storms or in times when the river
was full of floating ice, and I have seen
him in some pretty tight places. He was
always steady and reliable and could han
dle a boat better than any man I ever
Mr. Remer leaves a wife who is at
present insane, and an adopted daughter;
also a sister, Mrs Rtndoh.li. of Du
1 . -
jup.who attended hrr brother in his
asl illness. The funeral will be held at
10 o'clock tomorrow morning, Rev. G.
W. Gue, i ffi inline
Oirio Thompson, a rapids pilot, is
acting temporarily as pilot on the ferry.
Mrs. Maggie Sullivan died in Daven
port at noon y sterday of pneumonia.
aged 29 years. The deceased was a sis
lr to tbe Misses Brennan and Mr. Daniel
Brennan. of this city, and the remains
were brought to Rock Island last night
and conveyed to the home of the Misses
Brennan, 6(6 Eighteenth street, from
where tbe funeral will be held to St. Jo
seph's church at 2 o'clock tomorrow
Mrs. C. T. Rydbolm, wife of Prof.
Rydholm, of Augustana college, died at
6.40 last night ot paralvs:a of tbe brain.
She was born at Burlington, Iowa, Jan
25, 1855, and bad resided in Rock Island
several years. She leaves with her
stricken husband, two sons. Tbe funeral
occurs at 1 p. m. tomorrow, after which
the remains will be taken to Moline and
later to Burlington for interment.
WEDDED AT MOLINK.
ulet Xoptial Thl Blornlnx of Sir.
J. P. Wryfrhtuirr and Slim rllie
At 10 o'clock this morniag at the resi
dence of tbe bride's brother, Mr. Horace
M. Anderson, on Moline bluffs, occurred
the marriage of Miss Nellie Lincoln An
derson to Mr. John P. Weyerhauser,
Rev. W. S. Marquis officiated and it was
a quiet home wedding, the immediate
families of the contracting parties be'
ing present. After the ceremony, a wed'
ding breakfast was served. Congratula
lions were extended and the noon train
on the Rock Island road bore the happy
couple on their wedding journey, which
is to include Niagara Falls, Washington,
New York and other points of interest
and pleasure in the east and lasting in all
about a month. On their return their
home will be in Rock Island, Mr. Wey
erhauser having leased one of the houses
in Mr. John Volk's handsome building
on Fifth avenue.
Tbe groom, who is a son of Mr. Fred
Weyerhauser, has grown to manhood in
Rock Island and is one of the most sue
cessful and representative business men
of the city. He is at present a member
of the Rock Island Lumber & Manufact
uring company. The bride has been for
some years identified with the public
schools of Moline, and is much admired
for her beauty and accomplishments.
Hotels, butchers, saloons, groceries
and restaurants, 25 cents per 100 pounds,
Families taking 20 pounds daily, $2.50
per month; families taking 10 pounds
daily, J 1.75 per month; over 20 pounds
35 cents per 100 pounds.
Pure Sylvan ice. Telephone 1068
Office, Third avenue between Twenty
second and Twenty-third streets.
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
IMPORTANT WILL CONTEST.
The Ultra and Brqnesta of the I. at
Mrs, Hnewlea, or Moline, to be con
teated tn tbe Court.
A bill was filed in the circuit clerk's
office yesterday by the heirs of Robert
Knowles, who died in Moline in 1879.
leaving a last will, the object of which is
to recover back whatever of the estate of
Mr. Knowles has beea given away or
wasted or improperly sold. It is alleged
in the will that Mrs. Knowles had only a
life interest and that the balance was to
be devoted to the publication of his com
mentaries on the bible.
Tbe amount given away by Mrs.
Knowles, which includes the lot of tbe
Y. M. C. A. building, the parsonage of
Rev. C. L. Morgan and other property
in Moline, amounts to $50,000 An ef
fort will be made to hold the executors
for what cannot be reached. Mrs
Knowles gave away large tracts of land
in Iowa to the Port Byron academy, the
Illinois Home Mission society and the
Chicago Theological seminary of Chica
go, and all this will be attached if pos
sible. The heirs, five in number, live in
Colorado, New Hampshire and in Min
neapolis. They are brothers and sisters
of Robert Knowles and their descendants.
And the bill aims furthermore to recover
property also willed away bv Mrs.
Knowles upon her death. Messrs. Eu
gene Lewis and Adair Pleasants are tbe
A Field Secretary.
Rev. W. S. Marquis, of the Broadway
Presbyterian church, returned last even-
ng from an extended trip east in the in
terests of the work of foreign missions of
the Presbyterian church. Mr. Marquis is
associated with other prominent ministers
in an effort to have the general assembly
of the Presbyterian church authorize the
appointment of an additional secretary to
the board of foreign missions, who shall
be known as tbe field secretary; whose
duty it shall be to visit synods and pres
byteries, especially west of the A'legha
nies;to estimate, organize and lead into
more aggressive methods synod-
ical and Presbyterial committees
on foreign missions; to advan
tageously direct the home work
of returned missionaries, and to be
in every way possible a medium for
bringing the church at large into closer
touch and sympathy with the board of
foreign missions and its works. Mr.
Marquis visi'ed Cbicsgo, Indianapolis,
Cleveland, Cincinnati, Pittsburg and De
troit. He preached in the latu r city last
Sunday and in Indianapolis the previous
The ice trust is "busted "
Wm. Jackson, Esq., is in Clinton.
Mr. F. Taggart, of Hillsdale, was in tbe
C. G. Elmore, representing the Chicago
luter-Ocean, is in the city today.
Services at South Park chspel tomor
row evening by Rev. W. S. Marquis.
There will be a missionary tea at the
Baptist chur h Friday evening. Supper
from 6 to 8 p. m.
Postman Geo. Perry is taking a vaca
tion on account of the dangerous illness
of his moiher, and substitute McMabon is
working in his pUce.
Messrs. John Perry, of Omaha, and
Thos. Perry, of Chicago, are in the city,
having beeu summoned on account of the
illness of their mother.
Mr. C. F. Gteijer is home from bis
business trip to the southwest. He says
that he isn't at all sorry that be was not
nominated for alderman in the Fourth
David Fi:z2erad takes his honors with
becoming ease. He is on bis car, which
is No. 10, on tbe bridge line as usual and
be is being saluted by bir; friends as he
goes down Second avenue.
Messrs. Henry Ullemever, Walter and
Larayette Lancaster and W illie Noreen,
gave an excellent and varied exhibition
of skill with the Spanish rings and trap
eze at the rink last night. There was a
large audience present, and all enjoyed
Tbe republican friends of Mr. John
Evans are so incensed over tbe manner
in which be was euchred out of tbe nom
ination for collector in tbe republican
convention, that they are urging him to
come out as an independent candidate
for the office.
The candidates nominated on the re
publican ticket have been invited to
bring their pocket-books to Sweeney &
Walkers office tomorrow night, and pay
their assessment for the doubtful honor
that has been accorded them. It is
needless to say that some will liquidate
with very wry races.
Tbe Abgcs has received a great many
compliments for its stand and its success
in crushing the scale of exorbitant prices
of tbe ice trust. The Arous has had no
personal interest in this matter, but has
acted in accordance with its mission,
which is to guard tbe public against im
position and to wage a war on all com
bines against the people. That is tbe
standard on which it has won this time.
There ia to be a great athletic exhibi
tion at the Rock Island rink tomorrow
evening in the way of a wrestling match
between Martin Isurcs, champion of
Iowa, and B. Gallagher, of Buffalo, N.
Y. Tbe match will be for $50 a side,
catch as catch can best two out of three
balls to win, Police Gazette rubs to pre
vail. The champions of Rock Island
and Davenport will also give an exhibi
Tbe Davenport Time. which tried lobe
sarcastic when the Arocs protested
against Davenport men being hired by
the Holmes people in the first track lay
ing operation in Hock Island, and suc
ceeded in having Rock Island men sub
stituted who have since remained in the
company's employ, Is now raising a ter
rible ado because Contractor McGugin
has hired "Moline Swedes," as it terms
them, in laying the new line of tbe Allen
Swiney electric road in Davenport. Con
sistency thou art a jewel I
Rey. Dr. Porteus delivered his cos
tume lecture on "Egypt and the Pyra
mids'' to a large and cultured audience at
Harper's theatre last evening. It was
given under the auspices of the Ladies'
Industrial Relief society, and a great
many turned out on this account as much
as anything else. The lecture was
thoroughly able and thoughtful in its
composition, but it lacked interest ia the
manner in which U was delivered, as Dr.
Porteus has not the gifts ot oratory that
would bring out before an audience such
as greeted him last night, the bright
gems that are bidden in the thoughts
of men ot his Intellectual standard.
The Union sneers at the occupation of
David Fitzgerald, the democratic nominee
for collector, and speaks ot him as a
former letter carrier, and now a "street
car driver." It U nothing to Mr. Filx-.
gerald's discredit that he is at present
driving a street car. As a mail carrier
be was one of the most efficient on the
force, but when the republicans threw
him out he did not resort to loafing as
some republicans that might be named,
and Idling around four years while his
family was in want, waiting for a politi
cal change to provide for him, but be
took the next best thing that was offered
by which he could gain an honorable
livelihood for his family. Mr. Fitzgerald
has not the means or ease of "Juggler
Josh," his opponent, but he is just as
much to be trusted and just as much an
honest, industrious man. His present
avocation is nothing against him, though
"Juggler Josh and the union may think
Hew Tailor Shop.
A. Johannsen, late of Moline, has
started a tailor shop at No. 219 Twens
tieth street Marschalls old stand
where he is prepared to do all kinds of
work in his line.
Notice is hereby given to all persons to
clean tbeir yards and deposit the refuse
in their alleys before April 1, when it will
be collected by the city and removed.
II. C. Harris, Street Commissioner.
Bomb Rock Island Cancai.
Tbe democratic voters of South Rock
Island, are requested to meet at Old Cen
ter school house on Friday, March 28. at
7:30 p. m., to nominate candidates for
town offices. Bv order of committee.
An intelligent person when hurt will at
once procure a bottle or Salvation Oil .
It is the best thing to cure swellings,
hums or wounds. All druggists sell it at
25 cents a bottle.
In advanced age tbe declining powers
are wonderfully refreshed by Uood's 8ar-
sapcrilU. It really docs "make tbe weak
A full and complete
Vocal and Instrumental.
C. C. Taylor
1625 Second avenue,
Under Rock Islicd Boots.
So'e Aeont for ltc Sheet Mnic.
Catalogue free, mailed to any
STATK OF ILLINOIS, )
Rock ILNn CorSTT, j
In the t Ircnit Court.
Lonis Merchant v. CbriMina 1rvir. Atoiabaiu
Merchant, Albert Nelson, Mary Merchant,
Pnian Leary, K. N. Merchant. Mary Zahniser,
Elizabeth Simpson. Jewie Smith, Sarah A. Mc
Clellaa, Bird Smi'h. Annie snyder, Pheba
Smiih. Lnciuda ilveri. Mary Ktla Miller,
.iiiha Smith, William M. (rill. Lizzie tyffe,
Minnie M Crill.Loitioe Horner, Eva A. Wheeler,
Aihert Merchant. Jame Nebwn.
Affidavit having been filed In the office of the
clerk of aid circuit court that the raid defen
dant and each of them are non-resident of raid
Mate of Illinois, notice ia therefore hereby given
that the raid complainant filed his bill of com
plxint in raid court on the chancery ride thereof
on toe S'd lay of Ancn.l, A. D.. 1SS9, and there
upon a rutnmon issued out of raid court, in raid
cau-e, returnaSle on the first Monday In Septem
ber. A. D. lHttt. a 1 by la w req uired, the same
being tbf.rrtday of the next succeeding term ot
Now nnlera yon, the raid defendants above
named, and each of you shall pi r.oDally be and ap
war before said circnlt courion the first Monday
In May. 1!"Q next, and plead, answer or demnr to
theraivlcumplainaut'abill of complaint, the same
and the matters and thines therein charged and
stated, will be taken asconfersed by and againa.
such of you as do not a ppear as aforesaid, and a
decree entered against you acconliutf to tbe prayer
or said bill.
Itock Island, 111.. M arch ?6, 1890
UKOKGK W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Adair Pliasaktt, Complainanla solicitor.
4LE ok Real Estate
TO PAT DEBTd.
state ok Illinois,
ItocK Island Cocktt, f
In the Connty Court to tbe April term. Ir-yO.
Adair Piearants. Administrator de bonis son of the
estateof Margaret IKmahue. deceased. ts. Red
mond Donahue and Julia Donahue Sale of Keal
Estate to pay dehls.
Affidavit hating been filed by the petitioner.
Adair Pleasants, that said defendant. Redmond
Donahue, resides out of this state, notice is there
fore hereby aiven to said Redmond Donahue that
said Adair Pleasants ba filed his petition In said
court pravioe foran order to sell the following
oescriDea real estate an uate in said county, to wn :
Lots twelve (li) and thirteen (131 In Dickson &
Youle's addition to the town of Milan, to pay the
debts and claims asalnst said estate and that sum
mons in saidca se has been issued returnable to
the next term of said court to be holden in sid city
ot Kock Island on the first Monday of April. 1S).
Now, nnlesa you the said Redmond Donahue,
shall appear before said court on the first day of
the May term thereof to be holdt-n on the first
Monday of May, l-yO, and t lead, answer or demur
to the raid pel it ion the same and the allegations
therein will betaken as confessed bv you and an
order entered tn accord a; ce with tbe prayer of
aid petition. K. A DO.-X ALUSO.N.
Clerk of the said Court,
Rock Island. Ill .March SO, 1890.
Lloyd & Stewart,
Grand Opening Spring Style,
SATURDAY. MARCH 1. 1890.
ia imu or-
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five time the amount
of the loan.
Interest 1 per cent semi annually, collected and
remitted free of charge.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Booms s and 4 Maaonle Temple,
BOOK ISLAND, ILL.
W If -M
NEW DRESS GOODS.
" Our new Spring Goods are now fully displayed, and judging from the good
business done in that department last week we are sure that we struck tbe popular
chord in our selections. Cold type can't possibly describe the beautiful effects ia
plain, placid and striped fabrics. New Silks in brocades, plaids, etc., suitable to
combine with plain goods low prices prevail.
Double Fold Cashmeres 10c.
Cashmere Ombres, genuine to clo3e, 15c.
Challies, pi etty styles. 7c. Cashmeres 9c.
Satines, large variety 10c.
Outing Cloths, Tennis Flannels, 10, 11 and 12c.
We have the celebrated Marguerite or "Wedding Ring"
This week we offer special values and styles in lace curtains and draperies.
Lace curtains. 85c a pair, 3 yards long; better ones in proportion.
Tuesday morning we will have for your inspection, shoulder capes and beaded
Black silk conewinaras, grey silk surlouts, suitable for street wear or travel
Lots of other things we want you to see but haven t room to mention them.
Hock Island. Illinois.
In order to accommodate tbeir 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
Darper'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 6imply have anything
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 128 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth St., under Commercial Hotel, ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Tbe following are among the many bargains offered:
A fine lanre honse with all modern improve
menu, good barn, tree, etc.. S acres of land, fine
location. jut ontside tbe city limits rear the
street cars ; cheap, eay terms.
A nire hrlck resilience, with all no lem Im
provement, lr Kronnds, on Elm street, for sale
Cheap on easy terms.
Two story dwelling, six moms, pood well, ci
tcrn and cellar. Uree barn, H acre of land, within
a few steps of Milan street cars, at a bargain.
A good bonse and Improvements with anont 4
acres of land suitable for gardening about three
m les from ttock Island, for sale cheap.
$1,000 will bny 80 acres of land, partly improv
ed, lii Cordova township.
4.R0O will bny a a-ool ia acre farm, good Im
provements, on reasonable terms.
A nice residence, large Int. In one of tbe best
neighborhoods on Twenty third street, cheap.
Only a few of those fine lots left in Milter's
addition oa Twenty-second and Twenty-third
17S dollars will bnr a lot 64tll3, corner of
Fiflb avenue and Eighth street.
JTJI m-lll hm rnnil lot J1t welt Im-.taJ
Thirteenth street. "
A good eightv-acre farm, well located in this
county w II take house and .'ot In this city for
Men's Felt Shoes $100
" Felt Boot Overs 100
" Arctics 1 00
" Rubbers 40
" CIors 50
Women's Arcties 75
lligh Button Gaiters
Boy's Arctics... 80
M'ises' High Button Gaitera 00
" Arctic 70
Children's Arctics 60
In addition to these tow prices I will give away an Eocjclopepia, rained at $6,
to each customer bnjing t25 worth of Boot and Shoes.
Call in and let as show you tbe Book and explain how yon can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr..
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1813 Second Arenas.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE)
S939 Fifth Avenue.
Two dwelling bouses, lot SOxiat, on Molina ave
A first-class SO acre farm, with good Improve
menu, in bowling township, cheap.
A No. 1 one hundred and sixty acre farm, wlua
first-class improvement, cheap.
A nice bin ft property. Urge groaada, shade
trees, fruit, etc., cheap.
Two or three acres on ta blaff. tss land far
building or gardening.
Some of the beat loU ia Dodge's adrtltlna oa
SO or 40 acres, with good ImprovsasanU. oa the
A rood lot ca the bluS In Rodimaa'a sab-dirfe-lon,
f400 will buv a floe H acre lot Just oauld city
It mils, on b:ufl.
A good hoae, bru and flna corner lot ta the
upper part of the etty convenient to the saw astll,
depot and Uland, cheap.
A nice two story dwelling, well located oa
Twentieth street, cheap,
$1,000 will buv six acre with some Improve
ments, oa the blaff.
M00 will bay honse with four rooms, eonvea
ient to tbe lower factories.