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One lot of 38 inch Oriental Lace
which we place on sale Monday A.M.
at 14 i-2ca yard-
One lot 40 inch lace flouncing, Egyp
tian pattern, elaborate designs, at 21
Either of the above lots worth from
3 tii -1 times the prices named.
A lot of short length Oriental flloun
0(.s and Oriental laces at one-third to
Ladies' silk embroidered shawls and
scarfs- 3 dozen fine silk embroidered
a!Ut iriimed scarfs at 62c; were $ 1 .50.
One style at 75o, great value.
Four different styles in every desira
.,1,10 color at $1-00; were $1-75; $1-88,
ami $2 00.
Two styles at $1-12; each away
Three styles at $1.25 and two styles
at $1 50 each. These are the greatest
ia: trains in this class of goods we have
ever seen, and a similar opportunity
will nt again oeenr.
They are the closing lots of a large
manufacturer which under the press of
circumstances we were enabled to buy
at les- than half price.
1712. 1714. 1716.
Tea and coffee cups, 3 tlee ?c each
Saucer to match 3c "
15iu. oval ilisliei jsc "
II In. " " 10c
lJiu. plates Sc "
4in. pance dihes 2c '
hiu. eauee or vegetable duties lie '
Tin. 10c "
Kptrcupa Sc "
Bone dixhei gc "
Tlieie Rood were slightly damaged in nhipping,
but would be bargains at one half more than we
ask for them.
4 piece ga den sets 91c
Keeker's kitchen soap, per box 15c
Pare Iriih lin paper, per quire 8c
Envelopes to match, per pack 10c
1703 Second Avenne.
1725 SECOND AVENUE,
Next door to Crampton's Bookstore, (up stairs )
Tbe public is cordially invited to inspect our new Gallery, the finest West of Chic igo
without any exception. We have the only Camera in this vicinity large enough to make life
pile Pbotnirraph'" li ect. We have the only Gallery in this city which is first-class tn all Its
appointment. In fact it contain more Instrument, Back Grounds, Photographic Furniture,
etc., than all the olhet Galleries in this city combined. We have a reputation of the hiahest
order and also the ability ana determination to sustain it.
P. ! M
-WALL PAPER COMPANY
312, 314 Twentieth St.,
And Postoffice Block, Moline. ROCK ISLAND.
FINE WALL PAPER Exclusive aeents for the follnwine fix larrem Wall Paper
Ka. tunes: liime A. m. .laneway Co., Hobert S. llobbs & Co., Nevins & llaviland, New
lurk Wall Paper Co., anil liol)ert Uraven &. Co.
SKRoUh Ml'KeiAuS-VMiiiU includes all the Art papcVs. Prices from in to 30 per cent
l l'iw o'her dealers
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOI IN & ABLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
For the cure of all disorders of
They are safe, sure and pleasant
They have no equal as a Family
we give away a sample package FREE. Call and get one.
Regular Size 25c a Bottle.
T. H. THOMAS,
To Close !
1200 yards, assorted colors,
will close at 31 l-2o
lOOO yards cambric remnants, all
colors. Monday morning at 9 o'clock
we lay tnem out at 1 l-2c a yard. Re
member at 9 o'clock shart.
At same hour 500 yards remnants
piain color prints at 1 l-2c a yard.
At same time 350 yards silesia
waist linings at 4 l-2c a yard.
These are short ends and acenmn
lated remnants, and only quantities as
mentioned above will be sold. Get in
tor the early selections.
About 700 manufacturers' samples
of aprons, not over 3 or 4 of any one
style, bought at 33 per cent below
price; they will go in on same basis,
33 per cent off from value-
We are beginning to trim our sails
tor strong breezes, and this week shall
be naming closing prices on several
lines of goods whch will strike the
average citizen as very interesting.
1713. 1720 and 1722 Second Avkncr.
S"f- SS as.
the Liver, Kidney and Stomach.
and act like a charm.
Pill, and that all may try them
WELL, WE BREtVTHE
The Long S jspended Political Ago
. ny Over.
THE REPUBLICAN COXYEJiTION.
a. way er HI any Revelations at Ik
Conrt Hmf-Adam, Kohler, Pear
ail, Campbell and Monthwell the
L.nrky Oai s en the County Ticket-
Crawford Tor Mnnator The Legtala
This haft been a day of eye opening. It
has been an occasion of happy revelation
to a few, and of bitter realization to a
great many vithin the fold of that per
suasion'of political organization known
as the g. o. i., and whose single stand
ard now surviving is high taxes. To the
few who have triumphed, their joy will be
soon spent it is only temporary, only
momentary. The window of the shelter
which has come to them today, looks out
upon a cold desert which they must en
counter and from which they are bound
to reap a reaction that will be like nnto
a whirlwind, merciless and terrible. To
the rasny who are cast down by the
hoofs of the few who have in this
one instance trampled over them, the
feeling whic i has penetrated their
bosoms is nc t so soonj to vanish. It
is there to stay until, like Monte Cristo,
ventreance is theirs. And it will come.
What a day of perplexities it has been
for the poor g. o. p.. which in pity be it
said, has had more than it was built to
carry. The it experienced delegate to a
political assemblage has had a good
schooling this time and has learned les
sons that he will not forget. He has
been petitioned, entreated, implored.
bribed, intimidated and buttonholed to
vote for sorai-ono by over half a dozen
different men fr the same office, and
the chances are that in the majority of
cases he has made the same pledge in
each case, and the consequence was that
when he got into the convention he found
oimseif in a pietty predicament with only
one alternative and that to work out his
own salvation. How he did. and how far
he is at peace with himself he alone
knows. How far he is at peace with his
political frier ds before whom he stands
with pledges unredeemed, they can say,
and they will not hesitate to tell if yon
HUSTLING FOIl DELEGATES
Yes, what day this has been for the
g. o. p., indeed. For four solid hours
this morning the ambitious representa
tives of the g. o. p., who were will
ing to do, dare and die for it,
worked patiently, faithfully, and
zealously for their individual rights
and advancement at iis hands. There
was Kohler. Southwell, Donaldson
Pearsall, Harris, Cninn, Ramskill. Kit
lilsen, Atkirison, Boughton, Cran
dell. Cox, Ctmpbell. Lambert. Moore,
Cozad, Crawford. Twigg, each and nil
pulling in different directions, jerking at
the heart strings and at the buttonholes,
how little is the wonder that the poor g. o.
p. is in condi -ion to go into a hospital
tonight. Even Miss Annette Bowman,
whose sole m ssion it was to lend grace
to tne controversy, came to' town in the
company of her venerable father,
from Andaltsia, to let . her friends
know that ste meant business and that
a deaf ear n.ust not be turned to her
as an idle candidate. Yes, in truth it
has Iteen a day of eye opening.as all might
have seen it would be who witnessed
the smarms upon the street corners this
morning like to many flies over a drop of
molasses all on one poor forlorn del-.
egate and thun saw that hungry mob
follow that delegate and a great many
more like him into the courthouse there
to finish devouring him. It was a good
forerunner of the things that came to
pass, and a one citizen remarked:
There are clouds gathering there there
is bound to be a stoim."
All the cindidates had on their
best bib and "tucker. Crawford came
to town with a new high stand
ing collar of the latest dude fash
ion; Atkinson ureu nis sioucn nai,
and put on a stiff hat; Harris lugged
around a new umbrella all day, and he
found need for it before be thought he
would. He nhould have had a rubber
THE BrXTH 'WARD SPLIT.
The g. o. p. had a breach to heal with
in itself- the Sixth ward controversy
and this cause 1 no little anxiety and bad
blood. The second caucus called by
Committeeman D. D. Clark last night
was largely attended. E. M. Wilcox was
elected chairman, Cbas. Schneider secre
tary. Fran k Larson andJohn Carnes were
appointed tellers and a ballot was taken
for three delejates to the county conven
tion. This resulted in forty-lour votes
being cast for William Edwards. Andrew
Bladel and Fred C. Denkmann. and two
for J. H. Llojd, William Levey and Wil
liam Glass. Heaters. William Edwards,
A. Bladel and R. Lynn were appointed a
committee to present the matter to the
committee on credentials of the conven-
tion. Mr. Dmkmann was also chair
man of the Saturday night caucus
and bad signed the credentials for
the dtdecateM selected on that occa
sion, Secretary Wilcox having refused
to do so. To throw such a hot
coal as this iato the face of the conven-.
tion was not a very pleasant greeting at
Last night Boss Wells, the great model
moral civil service leformer, called
meeting of tho different ward delegates
at the Harper and the Boss took the run
ning of thing today into his own hands
bv having himself elected delegate at
i.rm: li. S. McCabe was chairman
and F. J. Kirney secretary .
So much fo- the primary straggle that
affords a" littie of an idea of what the g.
n n had tn c intend with on coins into
the convention. - -
At 11 o'clork Msj. Quincy McNeil ap
peared at ths upstairs tailing of the
courthouse und asked the delegates if
they didn't know enough to come in out
of the wet Boss Wells had been praac-
ISLAND ABGUS, TUESDAY, JUNE 10,
ag np and down Second avenue for an
hour previously and had just arrived at
the court house In a hilarious state, hav
ing imbibed as many as three glasses of
pop. As soon as the delegates had filed
into the court room, Boss Wells mounted
the rostrum, and in a rather forcible but
inelegant manner called the convention
to order by saying "the time has arrived
for the republicans of Rock Island coun
ty to nominate a ticket to knock the stuf-
fiV out of the democrats as we did two
years ago." A dead silence prevailed for
a few moments, and the applause the
Boss expected failing to manifest itself,
he told the delegates where to sit. Then
he hopped down again, and in a tew mo
ments reappeared and announced that
Capt. W. C. Bennett-had been selected
by the county committee to act as chair
man or tne convention, railing me
question to the convention there was a
feeble respond of "ayes," and the Boss
declared Capt. BennetW elected chairman
without puttinsr the negative vote. Capt.
Bennett fel Tiorry there was no one else
o the Ft"? who could fill the position.
as be had been chosen so often, but be
would consent to serve once more.
On motion of 8. S. Hull. Mr. Fred J.
Kinney, of Rick Island, was elected sec
retary by acclamation. A committee on
credentials was appointed, consisting of
U. F. Gaetjer. Rock Island: Andrew An
derson, Moline; John Johnston, Black
Hawk; J. W. Simonson, PortBjron; El
mer Young, Drury.
Boss Wells bobbed up again to move
that a committee of two from Rck Is
land and Moline, and one from each
township in the county be elected to select
delegates to the various conventions,
which was carried, and the following
committee was chosen:
Howard Wells, L. S. McCabe, P. C. Tlemen'
way, Oscar Penl, J. B. Cor nwall, Geo. Drennen
A. K. BulliHter, A. Goodman, F. E. Rogers, q!
Wait, F. Tittorington, Win. Leach, Wm. Sean"
M.Golilc, T.J. Murphy, A. Failing, A. n. La
flin, C. Hayes, C. Tilterington, J. E. Wray.
The chair then ventured the sugges
tion that whoever were selected as dele
gates would be expected to support the
senatorial and legislative candidates as
ndicated by the instructions of the couas
ccnvenlion. Some of the delegates
hadn't their ear trumpets along, and
asked for a repetition of the statement.
and even after they heard it again they
failed to grasp the intimation that no
kicking would be tolerated.
A motion to adjourn until 1 o'clock
was then voted down, as was also a mo
tion to adjourn to 1 :30 and 2 o'clock.
When a motion to adjourn until 1 :10 was
made the chair got a little mad and inti
mated that the delegates were making
darn fools of themselves. This motion
was also lost on an aye and nay vote, but
a division of the house showed a major-
ty in its favor. The adjournment was
practically a victory for Moline over
Rock Island, as the latter delegation op
posed the motion solidly.
Boss Wells again took occasion to let
it be known that he was still on deck by
requesting that the committee to select
delegates adjourn "to the Harper house as
everybody wanted to get dinner any ay."
Of course this little advertisement of the
Harper entitled the Boas to free soup.
At 12 o'clock the committee on creden
tial A:n , v.
iinia "tic niiii ju Dcoaiuu iuu ubu liig
court room to themselves with the ex
ception of the two contesting delegations
from the Sixth ward, who were present
to log roll with the committee.
GETTING DOWN.TO BUSINESS.
It was nearly 1:30 when the convention
reassembled. It had been whispered
about that the committee on credentials
had th rown out the second set of Sixth
ward delegates cx -Alderman Edwards,
Andrew Bladel and Fred Denkmann and
there was a good deal of feeling over the
result, as the men denied admission had
always been active and leading members
of the B. o. p.
When order was restored. Chairman
Gaeljer read the report of the committee
on credentials, which was adopted as fol
First ward John Bladel, Foster Coyne,
August Peterson, E B McKown.
Second ward Simon Kerns, W T
Sugden, W H Jordan. W J Pratt, C
Third ward S 8 Hull. Timothy Webb,
F C Hemenway.
Fourth ward C F Gaetier. D F
Krell, R C Willerton. J F Kinney.
Fifth ward B F Knoi, Frank CoN
lins, C E Evans, M Cullingan.
Sixth ward J H Lloyd. Wm Levy,
Seventh ward - HH Holland, L S
McCabe. W W Scott, Leander Ritcbey.
First ward Nelson Pierce, H A Ains
worth, George Oldefest, L S McCoy.
Second ward Oscar Peal, G M Ford,
Andrew Anderson, Peter Linn, Henry
Third ward Andrew Weasel. N R
Ziegler, Charles Kneeberg, J H McPhei-
son, John I'ears.
Fourth ward Milton McKinley, Arthur
Stephen. Ed Cumpson, Col Clendenin,
W H Hatch.
Sixth ward C W Reed, C F Hemen-
Seventh ward W C Bennett. W U
Carpenter, Fred Gould, Samuel Linberg
South Rock Island- H H Robb, C G
Dack. Wm Sears, P Gannon.
South Moline John Loding, Harry
Sudley, David Gamble, John Cornwall. E
Black Hawk J C Johnston, M Goble,
John Blouser. Frank Rouse.
Edgington 1 Fred Titteriogton, Jacob
Edgington 2 James Johnson. James
Bowling Perry U Haver, ilooert moii
fit. Cvrus Miller. Arthur Lanio.
Coal valley T & Murpuy, uavia
Lvons. John Prvce.
Buffalo Prairie Unas Titteringion, jr.
P Eckhardt, William France, George
Andalusia Mat. Robinson, Charles
Haves. Albert Hofer.
Port Bvron J W Simonson. F E
Rogers. Thos McCalL E N Hollister.
Coe A F Hollister, W H Ziegler,
Duane Nicholson. George Genung.
Hampton A D Cox. H O Norton, F
W Letsch, W P Bartlej. Gus Klebe
Canoe Creek G W McMurpby, Arthur
Rural J W Caldwell, R L Bellman
Zuma J G Osborne, R C Clarke, G C
Cordova Cbas George, G P Drennen
J F Simpson, J Cool.
Drury J E Wray, Elmer Young, C E
Spickler. John .oilner.
The chair reported the next business
was the nomination of county officers.
W. II. Jordan, of Rock Island, Ben Keas
tor, of Moline and Chas. Hayes, of Anda
lusia, were appointed tellers. AllKnox,
of Rock Island, nominated Judge Lucian
Adams for county judge, and upon the
motion of Mr. Zelgler, of Moline, the
nomination was made unanimous by ac
Andrew Anderson, of Moline, placed
the name of Col. Hjalmar Kohler in nom
ination for county clerk, and he was nom
inated by acclamation.
Ex-Senator Ainsworth, of Molioe. hav
ing in mind the speech in favor of Col.
Kohler, moved that no further speeches
be allowed in presenting candidates.
which motion was adopted.
THE FDR COMMERCES
The real fight of the convention was
then commenced the nominating of a
candidate for sheriff. The following
gentlemen were placed in nomination:
W. R. Carey. Carbon Cliff, by Clark
Corbin; Edward Kittilsen, Moline, by H.
Ainsworth; Luther S. Pearsall, Port
Byron, by J. W. Simonson; II . C. Har
ris, Rock Island, by F. C. Hemenway; D.
J. Chinn. Black Hawk, by Merrit Goble;
R A. Donaldson, Rock Island, by Simon
Kerns; Wm. Ramskill, Rock Island, by
Fred Titteriogton; Wm. Atkinson, Rock
Island, by H. H. Holland.
Moline's candidate had the lead on the
nformal ballot, with Pearsall second
and Donaldson third, as the table
shows. On the second ballot Kittilsen,
Pearsall and Harris each gained two
votes, while Donaldson fell back four,
and Ramskill's name was dropped. On
the third, Pearsall jumped ahead ten,
giving him the largest number of votes
yet cast, with Kittilsen second and Don
aldson and Harris tied for third place.
In the fourth, Pearsall jumped ahead
again, received 46 votes, with Kittilsen
29 and Donaldson 21. On the fifth bal
lot Pearsall received 58 votes, lacking
only one of a majority, and Abe result
created considerable consternation among
the other candidates. In behalf of the
Moline delegation. Hon. C. H. Deere
withdrew the name of Ed. Kittilsen. The
sixth ballot settled it. Moline went for
Pearsall and he received 83 votes. The
result by ballot was as follows:
W. R. Carey 6
nominations were made for treasurer, as
follows: P. F. Cox. of Coc. Ov A. F.
Hollister; Gsorge Lambert, of Rock
Island, by C. F. Johnson; Thos. Camp
bell, of South Rock Island, by Wm. Sears;
M. C. Crandall. of Edgington, by J. P.
Johnsou. The informal ballot resulted:
Cox 21; Lambert 24; Campbell 61; Cran
dall 13. Thos. Campbell was nominated
on the first formal ballot, which resulted
Cox. 11; Lambert, 20; Campbell, 82;
The nomination of a county superin
tendent of schools came next. W. H.
Hatch, of Moline, presented the name of
Prof. J. H. Southwell, of Rock Island.
Aid. Evans presented the name of Prof
W. It. Hatch, and Fred Titteriogton that
of Miss Annette Bowman, of Andalusia.
Mr. Batch withdrew his name. The
informal ballot resulted: Southwell 62;
Bowman 49; W. H. Hatch 4. 'The formal
ballot gave Mr. Southwell 84. and Miss
Bowman 34, and the former was de
clared the nominee of the convention.
For state senator H. A. Ainsworth
nominated W. R. Moore, of Molioe; Ja
cob Carpenter. Hon. W. F. Crawford, of
Edgington; J. P. Johnson, Dr. James
Cozad, of E lgingt in ; Boss Wells. L. 8.
McCabe, of Rock Island; Aid. Knox,
Henry Carse, of Rock Island; Aid Evan?.
Wm. Jackson, of Rock Island.
The informal ballot showed the Edg
ington statesman away in the lead, with
nearly a majority of the votes to his
credit, and the formal ballot gave him the
nomination, whereupon he thanked the
convention for the honor conferred upon
him and sat down very meekly. The
two ballots resulted:
For representative the following gen
tlemen were nominated: W. C. Collins,
Henry Carse, of Rock Island; Dr. Twigg,
of Drury; J. G. Osborne, of Zuma, and
Dr. W. T. Boughton, of Edgington. The
ballot resulted: Collins, 39, Carse, 22;
Twigg, 9; Osborne, 30; Boughton, 11;
W. A. Schmidt, 1. The formal ballot
stood: Collins, 82; Carse, 29; Twigg, 6;
Osborne. 46; Boughton, 5. Second for
mal ballot: Collins. 36; Carse, 23; Twigg,
1; Oaborne. 52; W. R. Moore, 1.
Third ballot Collins. 52; Carse, 12;
Osborne. 52; W. R. Moore. 1.
Fourth ballot Collins, 65; Carse, 3;
Osborne, 49; Boughton, 1.
Mr. Collins was thereupon declared
the nominee for representative.
The committee to select delegates to
the various conventions, reported as fol
lows: States-H A. Ainsworth, W. H. Carpen'er, An
drew Anderson, C. F. Hemenway. Chas. Hayes,
frank Tindall, Clark Corbin, Kred Denkmann,
Chas. Walker. Wm Atkinson. W. 8. Knowlu,n.
Congressional W. C. Bennett, N. u. Zeigler,-
Heury Vleriech, Oscar Peal, C. II. Deere, B. C.
Keator. W. J. Entrikin. P. H. Wesaell, Calvin
Truesdale, B. D. SweeneT, John Keimera, A. C.
Dart, I'nas. Kvans, j . i Haas, unveruisen. wm.
Jackson. Wm. M tiler. J. W. Sintonson. W. K.
Fravk, Angnst Klebe, Adam Failing, Geo. Tucker,
tt. a. ajonnronierr.
Senatorial Nela Pierce. Fred . GooLI. Roy
Vinton, J. H. Loainu', A. jr. Hollister. "Thos
Murphy, Wm. Drury, W. B. Parka, Fred Osborne,
F.C. Hemenway, Frank Collins. M. U. McCar
thy, C. F. Uaetjer.Wm. Edwards.
Capt. Bennett was the only cool-headed
man in the convention.
Boss Wells exemplified republican civil
service reform again today. The Boss is
nothing if not unique.
M. M. Corbett was one of the philoso
phers of the party attracted to the city by
the gathering of the other wise men.
If the' convention had adjourned sine
die instead of for dinner, there would
have been considerable more harmony.
A good many democrats from over the
county were in town to lend tone to the
occasion.' Samuel Swisher, of Coe, John
C. Taylor and Dr. J. W. Scott, of Edg
ington, were among the number present
Charlie Case came down from Ottawa
to see the fun. When there is anything
of the nature of an elephant or a circus
in town you can always count on Case
Dr. E. H. Bowman, of Andalusia, is
in the city.
The Misses Huber gave an elaborate
reception last evening.
Mr. O. J. Dimick, of Chicago, is in
town for a brief sojourn.
Kann & Flemming have a very nice
stock of furniture and carpets.
The Rock Island High school alumni
meets in annual session at the board of
education rooms tonight.
Miss Anna McConochie, of Chicago, is
visiting at the residence of, her uncle,
Mayor Wm. McConochie.
If you value your money you ought to
call on Kann & Flemming before pur
chasing your furniture and carpets.
Cards ate out announcing the marriage
on June 11 of Mr. W. M. Winn, of Poca
tello, Idaho, and Miss Hannah M. Dolly,
of this city.
Fred Imhoff, a boy working for John
Volk & Co , was struck in the side by a
two by four scantling while sawing with
a rip saw yesterday, and three ribs were
It is rumored to-day that a more
serious charge than any yet spokeo of is
likely to grow out of a domestic scandal
to which reference has heretofore been
made in the Aroos.
The annual picnic of Trinity parish
which was to have been held tomorrow.
will not occur. If it is fair Thursday it
will occur that day, if not it will be posti
pooed until further notice.
A special palace coach of the N. Y. &
P. R. R , arrived in Kock Island this
morning and has been in the R. I. & P.
yards during the day. It contains C. H.
Allen, president of the road, and a former
resident of this city. He is making a
tour of the west with his family and
stopped off here to see some old friends
including Mr. John Crnbaugh. He says
there is no business significance attached
to his trip.
All members of the Bricklayers' union
of the three cities are requested to meet
at Uitlier's hall. Rock Island, on Tuesday
evening, June 10. By order
Patrick Rookey, Pres't.
B-iby carriages sold on easy payments,
at spot cash prices, every carriage guar
anteed at The Adams, 323 Brady street,
Whitman's butter enps and marsh-mal
lows put up in fancy half pound boxes at
Krell & Math's.
Refriprratora on mnnlhlv nnvmento
prices guaranteed, at The Adams, 322
i . . T".
uraay sireei, uavenpori.
Step in to Krell & Math's ice cream
parlor and try a dish of the finest 'and
purest ice cream made.
Carpets, mattingf oil cloths, on easy
payments at The Adam, 3?2 Brady
Mclotire Broi. hnve a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
Bookcases, writing desks, rare bar
gains at The Adams, 322 Brady street,
Mint, wintergreen, maple and lemon
wafers extra fine and fresh at Krell &
Visit the "Arcade" cigar store for a
good smoke, Iso. 1808 Second avenue.
Furnished rooms for rent. Inquire of
SchaaD & wolters.
For imported and Key West cigare go
to the "Arcade.
Try the nickel goods at the "Arcade.
Table and Shelf Oil
ROOM AND PICTURE
fWP"etnr Cord. Twine, Nails
and Hooks at lowest prices.
Call and see.
C. C. Taylor
1825 Second avenue,
Under Bock Island Hovae.
is sums ov
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interest ? ner rent serai annual;, collected an
remitted tree of charge
E. VV. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Rooms S and 4 Maaooic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Lloyd & Stewart,
BOCK. MliAKD, 11,1,
Spring Styles now Ready." -
Are In. May be you are thinking of
Mclntire Bros, show a splendid as
sortment in Satins, Gauze, Feather,
Ostrich, etc., etc..
Feather Fans, 15c.
Feather Fans, 25c1
Colors blue, Pink, cream. Scarlet.
Some pleasant surprises for you in
the way of low prices In other styles of
NEW WASH GOODS.
We place on sale Monday morning
new wash goods in Marquise cloth
(similar to bas'tite) in pretty ombre ef
fects, fast colors at 12'4c
Hock Island. Illinois.
Who now own the
West of Chicago, are ready to take the people of this vicin
ity through one of the largest and finest
in this section of the country, which is elegantly lighted
and contains the largest and hansomest PATTERNS OF
ever seen in the three cities, and their stock of FURNI
TUr.E and CURTAINS is grander than ever.
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZMANU,
Nos. 152 and 1527 Second. Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
MRS. P. GREENAWALT
1704 SECOND AVENUE,
Newest Styles in Hats,
Latest Styles in Ornaments,
Prettiest Styles in Trimmings,
Richest Styles in Novelties.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK
At the Lowest prices in tne three cities.
PATENT LEATHER SHOES
3?Tanned Goods in all
An Encyclopedia valued at $6 00 Riven away to each customer buying 33.00
worth of Boots and Shoes. Call in and let us show you the book and
explain how you can get it free.
GEO SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL 8H0E STORK, 1818 Second Avenue
ELM STREET SHOE STORE
tm fifth Atom.
similar to Scotch ginghams, fast colors
handsome coloring at 1 Oc This is be
low the regular price but welbought
them cheap and yon get the benefit.
SUMMER BEIGES Greys, double
MOHAIRS-Double fold, reduced
to 25c to close; colors gobelin, golden
brown, tan, red. green, blue, I seal
Challies, 4c a yard.
Challies, 5c a yard.
largest ground floor
all ready to put on.
LARGE HATS, representing every Flower that
ever grew, largest assortment in the city.
Fine and Rough Straw. Trimmed and TJn trimmed
a complete assortment.
Come and see the Styles we are offering.