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' THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1890.
Cook Stoves Ranges,
RIVERSIDE OAK STOVES,
Boynton Celebrated Furnaces,
MASON & DAVIS'
Wrought Steel Ranges
and Steel Dome Furnaces.
"Estimates for Heating and Ventilating furnished on ap
plication. DAVID DON,
1617 Second avenne, Rook Island, Ills.
-BUY WALL PAPER-
A word to the wise is sufficient. You can save money
by buying of us now.
Wall Paper Company,
3112, .'J 14- Twentieth St.,
And Postofficn Block, Moline
-WITH A LARGER
pm3WMf 0 0 0
FINE WALL PAPER
Tkn the comhim il slock of all the other dealers in the two cities.
"Exclusive ag nla for the following six Urgent Wall Paper factories: Blrse
Sods, Janeway & Co.. Robert S. Hohba & Co., Nevina & Haviland. New York
WU Paper Co . and Robert Graves & Co.
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KOHN & ADLER,
-Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street-
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.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1705 Second Avenue.
Prices from 10 to 30 per cent below
Time Happy Wedding Anniver
Mr. and Mr. K. W. IlarM, of Flint
Av-nne, Marprlsrd---A Vert y -fifth
Mr E. W. Hurst, who is conductor on
the local freight between Rock Inland and
Monnouth on the C , B. & Q., and his
wife, were the recipients of a very happy
surprise and very joyful occasion last
evening. It was the fifth anniversary of
their marriage and the evening had ad
vanctd somewhat before they had the
least Intimation that the event was to be
observed in anything like an unusual
manr er. A number of the friends of the
coup e, however, had willed to properly
celebrate the anniversary and had planned
too, ihat it be in a fashion wholly agree
able to Mr. and Mrs. Hurst. The hon
ored couple were accordingly surprised at
their home, 908 First avenue, by a joyous
party composed as follows:
Rock Island Mr. and Mrs. W. O.
Willis. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Barber. Mr.
and Mrs. J. 8. Jones. Mr. and Mrs.Frank
A. Birr. Mr. and Mrs. John Crubauah.
Mrs. Herbert. Mrs. M. W. Davis and
daughter, Misses Flo and Emma Battles.
Bt ardotown Mr. and Mrs. Edison. Mrs.
Deems. Mrs. Corkill. Mrs. Hamilton. Mrs.
St Louis Mrs. Tiers.
M icomb Wm. Barker.
Hnrdly had the party arrived when an
elegnnt antique oak extension table with
chairs to watch, arrived from Clemann &
Salztnann's store, and Mrs. Tiers, acting
as spokeslady for the donors, made a
neat presentation speech.
Mr. and Mrs. Hurst were surprised
beyond expression alntost, but the ror
mer managed to make a suitable response,
speaking of the appreciation of his wife
and himself of the appropriate gift which
they would hold as a remembrance as
long as their lives lasted.
The guests bad not come unprepared
for h feast.and they spread it on the brand
new table. It wa sumptuous and
elab irate, and all testified to their ap
pro al of it. Games and other forms of
A FORTY'-FIFTH ANNIVERSARY.
Taere are very few couples in this life
whe are permitted to enjoy each other's
company for forty-five years. Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Bousman i ined for
tum-s forty -five years ago last even
ing and the event was celebrated
by i-ome of the neighbors and the cou
ple at their residence, 1123 Third ave
nue. When they joined hands it was in
days when railroading was in its infancy
and had not extended to the Mississippi
rivtr. They, with eight others, drove
from Galena to Dubuque, where they
ere married in the library of Bishop
Lotis, who died in Davenport some years
ago. When they left the lead mine city
it vas a pleasant day; when arriving at
Dualeith, opposite Dubuque, the weather
changed, the wind being so violent that
they could not cross the river until even
ing. This delay made it necessary for
the party to eat their wedding dinner be
fon marriage. They say it Wis not
an elaborate bill of fare, but was the
best that could be purchased at the
little hotel where they were compelled
to stay until the father of water's
anf;ry waves subsided so they could
embark in a skill for Dubuque.
This dinner was duplicated last evening
at ".he same hour on which it was served
wi:hin five years of half a century ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Ilousman relished it then,
and did not turn their noses up at it yes
terday. The couple and the accompany
inu parties returned home in pitch dark
ness in those days there was no fences
or telegraph poles or well defined roads
for travelers, and the party lost their
road and did not find out their mistake
until they arrived at the village of PI an
vil le. Wis., where they struck the trail
leading to their log cabin borne situated
on Bench street, Galena, 111. Mr. IIous
min was for a long time employed by
Mr. Zutcber, one of the first stove and
tin men of Stephenson, now known as
R irk Island. After he left Galena, Mr.
H rnsman came to Rock Island, the place
htm which his employer had left. The
Aaous. like many others of the city, hope
tb at husband wife will live to celebrate
tbeir golden wedding, when they expect
to have all of their surviving children
atound the family board.
A FIFTEENTH ANNIVERSARY-
Mr. and Mrs. Louis May are celebrat
irg their fifteenth anniversary quietly to
dty at their home on Second avenue and
a -e receiving many congratulations on the
Oat of Town l'intirs.
The republicans of Moline have nomi
nated for aldermen: L. L McCoy in the
First ward; Andrew Anderson in the Sec
ond; E. B. Knox for the long term and
John Pearson for the short term in the
Third; Ed. Cumpson in the Fourth; Pe
t:r Nelson in the Fifth; W. A. McBeth
iithe Sixth and Fred G. Gould in the
Messrs Knox and McBeth mentioned
above have declined.
The South Rock Island republican cau
cus was held last evening and the follow
ing ticket was nominated: Joseph D.
Woodruff for supervisor; Henry 8. Case
for town clerk; J. W. Graham for asses
sor; M. Peck for collector; B.Dunlapfor
highway commissioner; J. A. McCarthy
lor justice and Jacob Miller for consta
ble. The republicans of Black Hawk town
uhlp held their caucus last night and
nominated the following ticket: Super
visor. W. T. Kerr; town clerk, John Van
leralice; assefBor, Wilson Matthewj; col
lector, Wm. Schoolv; constable, C. W.
Fitzsimmonn; road commissioners, John
Bowser and Thos. Laflin.
Mr. Kerr, the candidate for supervisor,
was appointed by the town board to fill
the unexpired term of C. C. Hartman.
Be has always posed as a prohibitionist.
and it seems a little strange that the re
publicans should take him up. The dem
ocratic caucus will be held tomorrow
night, when some good man will be ae
lected to knock the reverend gentleman's
political aspirations into a cocked hat.
Fresh fish at Browner's.
Fresh fish at F.G Young's.
Dressed chickens at Bennett's.
Hurrah for Honest John Aster 1
Where is the street commissioner?
Fresh lettuce and beets at Bennett's.
Fresh dressed chickens at Browner's
Fifth ward democratic caucus tonight.
Choice lettuce and spinach at Brown
The equinoctial storm came with a
New lot of hats and caps just received
Rev. G. W. L. Smicb, of Cable, was in
the city today.
Sweet patatoes, bananas and oranges,
at C. J. Long's.
Strawberries, cucumbers, spinach and
lettuce at May's.
Choice lettuce, beets and bananas, at
F. G. Young's.
The Verne Swain started on her first
trip up the river this afternoon.
The public schools close this evening
for the regular spring vacation of two
Plenty of fresh butter and eggs at
wholesale or retail at Beecher's commis
Democratic candidates and members of
the city-township cemmittee meet tomor
row night at the Arocs office.
Honest John Aster is the choice of all
for supervisor. He will have an over
whelming majority on election day.
Honest John Aster's seven years of ser
vice on the county board is proof suffi
cient of his qualifications for the posi
Capt. and Mrs. Rockwell gave a whist
party at their residence on the island last
night. A number attended from this
Everybody is going to the rink Tues
day evening, April 1st. to see the roller
skaters in masks. Go early and secure
Hon. J. H. Paddelford, ex-member of
the legislature from this district, is quite
ill at his home at Cleaveland, Henry
Fresh lettuce, cucumbers, pie plant.
spinach, onions, cabbage, carrots, pars
nips and rutabagas at C. C. Truesdale's
The Union's attempted nflection on
Mr. Fitzgerald's past business pursuit is
on a par with its attack upon his present
The wrestling match which wa9 to have
taken place at the rink last night between
Burns and Gallagher was postponed until
Henry Frick is sure of election next
Tuesday. The Fourth ward democracy
are solid for him, and that means a good,
When the mud and slush appears, Mr.
Harris invariably disappears. The mavor
ought to tie a string to the street com
missioner so that he can find bim on pay
Bleik Peters, alderman and justice of
the peace in Davenport, and a life-long
republican, hrs forsaken thit party, and
entered tbe ranks of the democracy to
It would be no surprise to see Charlie
Strupp elected alderman in the First
ward. He is deservedly popular and has
some enthusiastic friends working in his
Its about time to hunt up the street
commissioner again. The condition of
the street crossings is disgraceful. Will
tbe police have to take tbe matter in
The loud boasts that Rinck would car
ry the Third ward has melted into thin
air. The democratic Third ward will be
as democratic as ever this year, with Joe
Geiger at the head of tbe list.
The ladies of the Broadway Presby
terian church will give an Etster socia
ble, in the church parlors, Thursday
evening. April 8 J. Supper served at
6.30. Easter noveities for sale.
"Jack" Atkinson defeated Mayor Mc
Conochie for alderman in the Sixth ward
in 1835, and be sbou'd have no trouble
in laying out Rill Kennedy now. His
friends say be can do it with ease.
Fred Lloyd, the senior member of the
hustling cents' furnishing goods firm of
Lloyd & Stewart, has an eye to the fu
ture. He has purchased Dr. C. Bernbar
di's Second avenue property for $2,400.
Reports from the Seventh ward are to
he effect that Paul Theisen is reasonably
sure of election for alderman. He owns
property in both ends of the ward, is
popular with all classes, and will make a
"Honest John Aster will be elected
supervisor just as surely as election day
rolls around," said a well know citi
zen this morning. "Uis friends are le
gion, and they propose to put the 'old
men' there once again."
Tbe nomination of Honest John Aster
for supervisor fell like a bomb in tbe re
publican camp. It is more than likely
that Conrad Schneider would have de
clined tbe nomination had he known
Aster was to be the opponent.
Henry Durmann, the popular young
democratic candidate for alderman in tbe
Second ward, is making things pretty
lively for Bro. Crubaugb, and the
chances are that Durmann will go to the
council without having to draw straws.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ibbs, residing on
Ninth street between Third and Fourth
avenues, mourn tbe loss of their four
months old boy, Harry, who has been a
sufferer since birth with a complication of
ailments. He died last night. Tbe fu
neral will take place from the residence
tomorrow at 2 o'clock p. m.
Suit for libel was brought against the
Moline Republican by Eugene Lewis this
morning on behalf of W. A. Gordon, for
merly of Moline, now of Fairmont, Neb.,
who accuses tbe Republican of publishing
erroneous statements concerning a trans
action in which he was involved. Wm.
Goldsworthy Is made an equal party to
the suit, be hav.ng been tbe Republican
While one woman is suing a man in
the district court at Muscatine for not
coming to marry her as be agreed, there
are many others who are suing for di
vorce. The Journal remarks that the
plaintiffs in nearly ah these cases are
persons who married in the proverbial
haste. Tbey are now devoting them
selves to repentance with great assiduity.
Supervisor T. J. Mnrphy, of Coal Val
ley, and G. E. Lambert, of this city, are
said to be tbe latest aspirants for the re
publican nomination ot county treasurer.
As the republican party is in favor of
trusts, the latter individual should
distance all his competitors. Lambert's
candidacy, however, will no doubt diai
solve about as rapidly as did tbe little ice
scheme be concocted.
Nels Olsen, an old resident of this city
and for many years associated with tbe
late John Swanaon as clerk, has located
in Chicago and will remove his family to
tbe Garden City next week. Tbe Mat
thew farm in Black Hawk township has
been rented to his brother, Peter Olsen .
His daughter, Misa Nora Olsen. who is
one of Rock Island's most efficient achool
teachers, will remain here.
"I am not ashamed of my occupation,
aid David Fitzgerald this morning, "and
if I am to be defeated because of it, I am
perfectly willing. When I lost my post
tion in tbe postofflce I accepted a posi
tion at the plow works for $1.15 a day,
and held it until I could do better. No,
sir; you will not catch me idle when there
are seven mouttrs at home to feed. Ill
do as well itl can, and if I can't get em
ployment at one thing I can in another.
The clothes which a man wears do not
make him. Fine linen and fine clothes.
such as the Union talks about, are very
nice for the man who can afford to wear
them, but the man who cannot afford to
be so attired every day, is entitled to just
as much esteem in tbe eyes of bis fellow
men as the man who can. The man who
can wear "clean clothes" and tbe man
who cannot Urefs stylishly will be
weighed in the scale of popular approval
next luesday, and tbe public will deter
mine which is the better article.
"Wonder which ticket the Lnion in
tends to support?" said one republican to
another this morning. "The only cundi
date it has so far attempted to sustain is
Hasselquist, and it is making votes for
Fitzgerald every day." "les," said the
other, "the Union has evidently forgotten
that it is expected to sustain the re
publican aldermanic and township nomi
n3es, but it will probably succeed in
saying something complimentary of
them before election day or at least af
terwards." Sham without denotes sham within.
The undressed material is of more value
in its natural state with tbe worst side
out than the article that has been pol
ished and plated and made attractive
only to tbe eye. Tim is tbe conclusion
the average voter will arrive at when he
comes to deride between tbe man who
poses as a "clean clothes" candidate for
collector next Tuesday, and the man who
makes no pretensions at fine clothes. He
does not consider be is beneath his fel
low creatures because he works for a liv
ing; nor does he consider his rival above
his fellow creatures bectuss he does not.
The sociable and entertainment given
at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. E. P.
Reynolds last evening for tbe iund for
furnishing the young men's room at the
new M. E. church was well attended de
spite the extremely inclement weather,
and proyed a success in a pleasurable
sense as well as financially. Mr. and
Mrs. Ueynolda bad so arranged that all
would enjoy the occasion, while a highly
interesting programme was presented.
Miss Clara Hass rendered an instrumen
tal selection. Miss Jessie Bopue gave a
recitation. Mrs. Milton Jones sang a solo
and Mr. Creel and Miss Coyne a duett.
Overtures have recentlv been made to
the Rev. E C. Paget, rector of Trinity
chorch, Muscatine. Ia.. to accept tbe
missionary bishopric of Zululand, Central
Africa, just vacant by the death of its
bishop. Rv. Mr. Paget is a graduate of
Keble college, Oxford. Encr., and was the
first, graduate of Keble who took honors
in the university. After ordination he
became the head of the Dorchester Mis
sionary college in England, where be re
mained until failing health, resulting
from overwork, caused bis removal first
to Canada and then to Iowa. Mr. Puce I
declined to consider the acceptance of the
see or .uluiand.
Considerable indignation is felt in Coal
Valley, Bowling and Rural townships,
over an unnecessary bill of efpense tha!
is being constantly incurred by the poor
farm committee of the present boar.l of
supervisors composed of Supervisors
Murphy, Kerr and Cralle, and who
have assumed duties that are notessen-.
tia! in reference to the new building that
is being erected there. A contractor has
been employed to do the work and has
given bond for the failbfal perform
ance of the same, and yet these super
visors have taken it upon themselves to
look after it and will charge the county
accordingly. The people "in the town
ships adjoining the poor farm are greatly
aroused over tho matter.
The Union indulges in a rather far
fetched attempt to reflect on the A rocs'
mention of Mr. Fitzgerald as "a former
Rock Island merchant," and especially
upon tbe kind of merchandise in which
Mr. Fitzgerald dealt. As the republican
candidates for supervisor and the Third
ward aldermanship, are dealers in the
same kind of merchandise exactly as the
arous alluded to yesterday in connec
tion wiih Mr. Fitzgerald's former avoca
tion, the thought of that being anything
against a man will strike most people as
rainersirange. mere arc any namber
of merchants of this class all over Rock
Island who might run for office without
being handicapped by the nature of their
The Union presents as another argument
why Hasselquist is a better candidate
than Fitzgerald, that he "carries his
head erect" and "habitually wears clean
clothes." Mr. Fitzgerald may not carry
his "head as erect" as "Juggler Josh." as
his bump of self adoration is probably
not so imiy developed, but as a man be
has as much right to as his aristocratic
adversary, and te ia regarded just as
highly in the eyes of his fellowmen as the
czar of Augustana. As to his clean
clothes, Mr. Fitzgerald is probably as
careful as the now celebrated juggler.
The Union, no doubt, bases this bit of
attempted sarcasm an the outward ap
pearance or nr. Fitzgerald s wearing ap
parel. His occupation ia such that be
cannot wear fine linen, a plug bat and
ponsnea Doots every day. and pernaDS he
does not get lime to get a shave every
morning, dui mat does not lower bim in
the minds of the voters. A workingman's
clothes are no disgrace to him. even
though they were in rags and smeared
from top to toe with grease and other ac -
cumulations of the workshop.
The V. M. V. A. Uatldiac 'eatrart.
Messrs. A.'. M. Blakesly and J. F. Rob
inson and Dr. J. W. Stewart, of the com
mittee on building of the Y. M. C. A.,
today 1st the contract for the new build
ing at the corner of Nineteenth street
and Third avenue, to Collins Bros., whose
bids were: For tbe building complete.
$23,098, for inclosing tbe building and
finishing two rooms, f 15.189. The latter
bid was accepted, with tbe privilege of
holding the contractors to the first also,
if it is decided to finish the bnilding this
year. Work will be commenced at once.
Mallaew Mew Paataaaater.
The president yesterday sent to the
U. 8. senate the name of John M. Holt
to be postmaster at Moline to succeed
Mr. Gould, whose term expires this
month. David O. Reid, Col. Wm Clen
denin and Conrad Grantz were prominent
applicants, and there were other
lesser lights seeking the office, but Holt
seems to have made the pull with Gest
that counted. The appointment is not
at all popular, and has created a great
deal of disappointment and ill-feeling.
26 John S Peterson to C Peterson,
lot 7 and 8, block E, Moline Water Pow
er Co'a. ad, Moline, f 1,400.
John 8 Holland to Joseph Hantoon,
part lot 25, assessor's plat, A D, 1861,
ae. 82, 18, lw. 1 1.600.
Samuel T Tindall by administrator to
John Tindall. ti awl. 28. 19. lw, $2,000.
John E Crouch to John Tindall, part
sei. act. ll. in. 2w. uou.
Helnrieh Detbloff to Henrich See
brandt, lot 16. Heinrich Dethlofi's ad,
- Harskjl Canal EflTart.
Hon. J. H. Murphy, of Davenport.has
written a second letter on the canal sub
ject, in which he says:
We all know that the arbitrary rule
that fixes prices ia demand and supply,
and remember there ia no protection, high
or low tariff, that aids or assists the hon
est farmer in finding a market or fixing
the prices for his surplus products.
Hence tbe question is, if your national
legislators are ao anxious and willing to
protect the manufacturers, why are you
not equally willing to aid and guard with
zealous care tbe agricultural interests of
this country? For you all know the
f arm r has been the greatest factor in the
commercial success and prosperity of
this nation, and will continue to be if
right and justice is done him. Yes! the
greatest factor because they have
pfoduced eighty per cent ot all our ex
ports during the last sixty years, while
all other interests combined exported
barely one-fifth as much aa tbe farmers,
tbey each and all of them have received
five times as much care, aid and protec
tion from the law and the law-makers.
And now I wish to call your attention
to a fact that no true American can be
proud of, and in the light of our boast
that we are a nation of progress. It is
humiliating if not painful, to know that
tbe United States of America has done
less to improve her water-ways in the in
terests of commerce than England, France,
Russia, Germany, Holland, Sweden and
Mr. Murphy then presented a list of
tbe more important canals of the world
and shows tbeir advantage to the coun
try in which they are situated.
Advertlar Lint er le tlera 13.
Llrtof letters uncalled for at the Postoffle at
Rock lUod. Roc Island county. llllDOlf,
March 28, It):
Batty, Wm Irving. M1' Mollie
Backmaa. Mitts Marl Kimble, Mlaa Carri
Carroll, Mn Kt'e Keeoan John
C everatooe, I) E Kiocald. Mr Ktttie
Cook,.S S Lrona, Lather
Co. Mr John Olnej. Hannah
Downer, Joei t Ohm, Carl
OoTer, Jos Ol'fon. Ola
tintnn, MB K I Creamery Co
Hammond. F Spnrr, J E
Hedln, Mr L M Tf rnr. Waiter T
Holdredge, R C Thometz, M Drngglit
Hogan, J Tnnker.T
Hyatt, C C Thurston, W E
Von Sollo, Henry .
nUWARD WELLS. P. X.
Candidate-' and Commute Keusg.
Tbe different candidates on tbe demo
cratic city-township and the members of
the city committee are reqnested to at
tend a meeting at the Arocs office Satur
day evening, March 29th. at 7:30 o'clock.
Henry Wheel an.
Chairman City-Towrship Com.
The democratic voters of the Fifth
ward are requested to neet at the usual
voting place Friday evening, March 29,
at 7:30 o'clock to take action relative to
nominating a candidate for alderman.
J. S. Rosenfield,
As a horse and cattle lotion Stlvation
Oil has proven i'self an infallible remedy.
It has received the hearty endorsements
of many old and well-known horsemen.
Price 25c a bottle.
For 8 at Cheap
A large lot of shelving, counters,
tables, show rases, etc.
Mitchell &. Lysdk.
1 have a supply of good, clear ice and
will not be undersold. J. Sieorist.
Pole-itical influence m.y get Jhe tele
graph wires under ground.
Remember dancing school at Armory
hall Saturday evening.
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
Dnncing school at Armory ball Satur
A full and complete
Vocal and Instrumental.
C. C. Tayior
1625 Second avenue.
Under Rock Island Honae.
So'e Aireut for 10c Sheet Mosic.
Catalogue tree, mailed to any
Lloyd & Stewart,
BOCK. IKl.AXl, ILL..
Grand Opening Spring Style,
SATURDAY. MARCH 1. 1890.
h sum or
f 200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured oa land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interest 7 per cent semi annually, collected and
remitted free of caarga,
E. W. HURST,
-Attobxtxy at Law
Booms I and Masonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
NEW DRESS GOODS.
A TIMELY TOPIC.
Our new Spring Goods are now fully displayed, and judging from the good
business done ia that department last week we are sure that we struck tbe popular
chord in our selections. Cold type can't possibly describe the beautirul effect in
plain, placid and striped fabrics. New Bilks In brocades, plaid, etc.. suitable to
'combine with plain goods low prices prevail.
Double Fold Cashmeres 10c.
Cashmere Ombres, genuine to close, 15c.
Challies, pretty styles. 7c. Caehmeres 9c.
Satines, large variety 10c.
Outing Cloths, Tennis Flannels, 10, 11 and 12$c.
We have the celebrated Marguerite or u 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 beads!
Black silk conewinaras. erey silk surlouts. suitable for street wear or trawl
Lota of other things we want you to see but haven I room to mention them. ' ,
Tlock: Island. Illinois.
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
Ilarper'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 123 Sixteenth Street,
Geo. W. D. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth St. under Commercial Hotel, ROCK ISLAND, TT.T.
The following are amour the many bargains offered:
A fine large honae with all modem Improve,
menta. good barn, tree, etc. S acre of land, toe
location. oet ootalde to ctty limits cear tbe
atreet cara ; cheap, oaay terms.
A nice hrick raaldence, with all mo tern im
proTomenta, lam froonda, oa Kim atreet, for ale
cheap 00 eaay tenna.
Two story dwelling, ait rooaa. rood well. ci
tern and cellar, large bam, H acre of land, within
a few ate pa of Milan itreet cara, at a bargain.
A goo bonne and Improvement with about 4
acre of land sniunie for gardening a boot three
mllee from Kock ialand, for sale cheap.
f 1,000 will bay 80 arret of land, partly improv
ed, la Cordova townahip.
fS.500 will boy a loot SO acre farm, good im
provements, ou reasonable terms.
A nice residence, large lot, la one of the best
neighborhoods on Twenty-third street, cheap.
Only a few of those fine lot left tn Hurler's
addition oa Twenty-second and Twenty -third
f ITS dollars will nnv a lot Mil 15, comer of
Fifth avenue and Kigbla street.
will tinv mai) lit 4Ari 1...!
A good e'.ghty-acre farm, well located In this
county w.ll lake houae and ot In this city for
Men s FeltSboea
" Felt Boot O vera
High Button Gaiters. .
M ases' High Button Gaiters.
" . Rubbers , 25
" Arctics 70
Children's Arctics 60
In addition to these low prices I will give awav an Encyclopepia, valued at f 0,
to each customer bating 925 worm of Boots and Shoes.
Call in and let na show yon the Book and explain how yoa can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr..
CZNTBAL SHOE STORE, 1S18 Second Arena.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE)
M Fifth Avenue.
Two dwelling honae. lot Kftm, oa Valla ave
A Brat-clas SO arre farm, with good improve
menu, ta tluwiing townahip, cheap.
A No. 1 one hnndred and sixty acre farm, with.
Srst-cla Improvement, cheap.
A nice bluff property, large grounds, shad
trees, f rait, etc., cheap .
Two or three acre on the bluff, fin land for
building or gardening.
Soms of the best lot In Dodge's addition oa
at) or 40 acre, -with good improTenent. oa the
blufl, cheap. -
A good lot cn the bluff in Rodman'a sab-diri-lon,
$400 will bur a fine acre lot Just oataid city
limit, on blufl.
A goodbonse, barn and flue corner lot ia tb
upper part of the city convenient to th saw n 11,
depot sad Island, cheap.
A nice two storr dwelling, well located an
Twentieth a tree t, cheap.
tl.000 will buv viz acres with some lmorors-
meuta, on the blufl .
(400 will bay a house with four rooms, costs a
ieat to the lower factories.
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