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THE ' ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11, 1890.
One lot of 38nch Oriental Lace -
which we place on sale Monday A.M.
at 14 l-2c a yard.
One lot 40 inch lace flouncing, Egyp
tian pattern, elaborate designs, at 21
Either of the above lots worth from
3 to 4 times the prices named.
A lot of short length Oriental floun
ces and Oriental laces at one-third to
Ladies' silk embroidered shawls and
scarfs- 3 dozen fine silk embroidered
and fringed scarfs at 62c; were $1.50.
One style at 75c, great value.
Four different styles in every desira
nble color at $ 1 -00; were $ 1 .75; $1-88,
ana $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
liarirains in this class of goods we have
ever seen, and a similar -opportunity
will not again occur.
They are the closing lots of a large
manufacturer which under the press of
circumstances we were enabled to buy
at less than half price.
1?13. 1714. 1716.
Tea and coffee cups, S etlee 9e each
Saucer to match gc '
lMn. oval distaea 15c "
11 In. " " ioc
J-Jin. plates Rc
4in. sauce dishes '. Sc "
(tin. eauce or vegetable dubea Vic "
K?gcnps ac "
Bone dishea Sc "
These goods were slightly damaged In shipping,
but would be bargains at one half more than we
ask for them.
4 piece ga-deu sets (c
Pecker's kitchen soap, per box ISc
Pure Irish linen paper, per quire 8c
Envelopes to match, per pack. ioc
Copper-Smithing, Sheet Iron, Gas and
Steam Fitting, Also Sewer work.
BAKER & HOUSMAN,
Opposite Haepeb House.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOBDN" & ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
For the cure of all disorders of
They are sate, 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 !
1 200 yards, assorted colors,
will close at 31 l-2o
1000 yards cambric remnants, all
colors. Monday morning at 9 o'clock
wo iay mem our, at l i-ao a yard. te
member at 9 o'clock sharr.
At same hour 500 yards remnants
plain color prints at 1 l-2c a yard.
At same time 350 yards silesia
waist nmngs at l -Bo a yard.
These are short ends and nmnmn
lated remnants, and only quantities as
menuonea aDove win De sold, tret 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 ot goods which will strike the
average citizen as very interesting.
1718. 1720 and 1723 Second Avenue.
1703 Second Avenue.
for the Celebrated
the Liver, Kidney and Stomach.
and act like a charm.
Pill, and that all may try them
Following the Republican Convert
tion What? '
The Wf ads per Yesterday' Political
I'tNH-l Hmlig ueat and lvlac
Bom Wei la the Ropes.
Last night's Argus covered tbe pro
ceedings of tbe republican county con
vention up to tbe appointment of tbe
county com nittee, all of the nominations
etc., having appeared in the report of the
day. After tbe selection of tbe various
township committeemen, Boss Wells got
the appoint s together and assumed the
reins of government over the new assort
meut, making Beu C. Eeator, of Moline,
his figurehetd as chairman, and having
himself elected secretary and treasurer,
which practically means that he retains
his former relations as chief boss.
The convention prior to its adjourn
sent, adopied resolutions booming Con'
gressman Gest for renominalion for con
greaa, and indorsing A. n. Taylor as a
candidate for clerk of the supreme court.
The Gest resolutions were almost super
Ououa, as the convention was run from
first to last in bit interest. His hench
men had tbe key to tbe situation, and
the proceedings which became disgusting
to representative republicans, especially
when tbe legislative fight came up and
delegates were personally solicited
by Collins and bis friends to vote for
him, were manipulated with an eye sin
gly to Gest's interests. The shameful
treatment of W. R. Moore, who went
into the convention for senator, backed
by a petition signed by tbe
very delegates who afterward knifed him,
was but on a par to the snub given to
Hon. Henry Carse, a man twice mayor of
the city and a man who has always been
identified with the city's interests, who
has given his time and attention on many
occasions to the furtherance of the city's
best interests and is in every way a rep
resentative citizen, in order that a novice
scarcely out of bis political twaddling
clothes might be pushed to tbe front.
The exceedingly bad break made in tbis
regard by a party that has seen fit to ig
nore such party workers and representa
tive men alto as Oliver Olson, Adair Pleas
ants, C. L. Walker and others who might
be named, to say nothing of Mr. Cirae, is
such as cannot fail to react in a
manner to be keenly felt by that party at
the polls next November.where the party
lash that as wielded so effectively in tbe
conventioc balls yesterday cannot be
used witb such intimidating force.
Today representative republicans who
would otterwise hang their heads in
shame ove. tbe legislative ticket, are de
riving consolttion over the fact that they
were "not in :t," and that tbey were no
party to tbe combination which has man
ifested such a deplorable disregard for
tbe best welfare of this legislative dis
trict. Ia order, however, to add more
consolation to these representative repub
licans the Akoos publishes tbe speeches
of accept ince made by the senatorial
nominee, lion. W. F.prawford, and the
candidate for the lower house, W. C.
Collins. Crawford's modest words were:
1 consider it a creat bonor to repre
sent tbis district, which is one of the
most imrortant in the state. Your
beautiful valleys stretching up to ' tbe
deters of vour city, are dotted with fac
tories. My heart is too full to say fur
ther. While Mr. Collins acknowledged, the
bonor conferred upon him in tbis manner:
Gentlemen, Friends anil Fellow Citien:
I sincerely thank vou; I will give you a
good work and requisite.
These vere the two eloquent speeches
that rang upon the ears of the conven
tion. Tbe candidates miy have been
stage struck, or as Crawford said, their
hearts miy both have been too full to
speak. One citizen who was present
a republican at that was heard to re
mark: "If I didn't know Crawford to be
a teetotaler I would most assuredly think
it was not his heart but something else
was 'full,' and when be heard Collins he
siid hs vas not satisfied but what tbe
whole co lvention was not 'full.'"
It is u a necessary to go into details as
to bow the county slate was made and.
carried throdgh; suffice it to say that
there wan more than one deliberate sell
out in which men who had stood by the
party for years were the sufferers. The
convention is over, but what will come
after can well be conjectured when
viewed in the light of the criticism and
scorn thf.t has been frequently expressed
today by republicans who have bad ex
perience enough to kuow whereof tbey
speak and know how far they can carry
our their convictions.
The Oatral Chare Entertaiancnt.
The entertainment given under the di
rection ( f tbe ladies of the Central Pres
byterian chnrcb at armory ball laat even
ing was a very pleasant affair, and would
have ba n much more successful finan
cially had the wtather been more favor
able. 1 he ladies served supper early in
the eveiing, and later occurred the
"Peak Sisters" entertainment from an
improvi sed stage at the south end of the
hall. Tie ladies impersonating tbe "Peak
Sisters" appeared in tall white hats, and
were: Mrs. David Donaldson, Miss Belle
Folaom, Mrs. W. A. Lohr, Mrs. H. D.
Folsom, Miss Bertha Copp, Miss Culton,
Miss Lucia Connelly, Miss Annie Schnit-
ger, Mr). H. D. Folsom, and the Misses
Hass. A number of interesting and
amus'ini; musical selections were given,
Mrs. D maldaon making a decided ae
parture by playing on a jew harp. Miss
Battles directed the programme.
River Kipleta. ' -'
The Verne Swain was in and out In
the Clinton trade as usual.
The Sea Wing and Musser passed up
The atage of the water was 7:95 at
noon: Jie temperature 70.
The packet St. Paul came up this af
ternoon. her first trip above Keokuk this
season . She is bound .for the city of her
name. " : v
- KniBhuof Pvuua etinr-
a it ,miuN nf Rt. Paul lodee No. 107,
Coign of Pythiaa, are requested to be
t th reaat e hall tonutat. or in H
third. By order of
H. W. Smtthb, C. C
A young merchant tailor is to be mar
ried next week.
F. M. Wbeaton. of Beaver Falls, Pa ,
was at the Harper yesterday.
Boss cherries, fine apples, bananas,
oranges and lemons at lioro a. N
Trainmaster J. C. Stanton, of tbe C ,
B. & Q., was in tbe city today.
New potatoes, cabbage, onions, peas,
bananas, oranges and strawberries at
The ladies auxiliary of tbe Industrial
Fair will meet at Norm' hall tomorrow
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
Miss Lillie Littig, daughter of Nicholas
Littig, has gone up the river on a weeks'
visit witb her cousin Halt: .vers.
Mrs. Minnie Tracy, stepdaughter to
Mr. John Atkinson, became the mother
of a promising daughter yesterday.
Boss Wells has been diligently parad
ine the back alleys today. He has kept
off tbe streets as much as possible. ' No
Mrs. Henry Fiascr, of Iodianapolis. is
visiting her father. Mr. P. L. Mitchell.
She is accompanied by ber son, Pbil H.
Now that Supt. of Streets Harris has
got through with politics, suppose be
turn over a new leaf and devote himself
Another car load of chamber suites
will be in in a few days, and prices will
be very low at II . F. Cordes, 1623
Tbe first grand concert of the season
given by S'rasser's Union band at Schuet
zen park, Davenport, will occur Thurs
day evening, June 19.
Mrs. H. C. Cleaveland left this after
noon for Galesburg to attend the com
mencement exercises at Knox college.
Her son Harry graduates tomorrow.
Contractor Mathias Schnell has re
ceived word that be has been awarded
the contract for the new $80,000 St.
Joseph's Catholic church at Des Moines.
The inventory of the real estate of the
late Bailey Ditvenport as made by Ad
ministrator Peetz, shows 115 different
descriptions of property in and about
A number of republicans have been
beard today to remark that if Btos Welti
can't run the postofflce any better than he
can a convention, tbe public service de
sires that he step down and out.
No less than four different delegates
from the Fourth ward to yesterday's con
vention have been heard humming the
refrain this morning, "Johnnie, Get Your
Gun I" Is tbis to be Uie new campaign
song of tbe g. e. r. ?
Lightning struck tbe dig staff on
building No. 7 during the storm at 8
o'clock IhsI night and shattered it to
pieces, and then descended in to the roof
tearing up a number of shingles, but do
ing no extensive damage, happily.
Tbe wedding of Mr. Henry F. Wheelan
of the enterprising grocery firm of
Wheelan Bros., and Miss Charlotte
Parker, of Davenport, occurred at Dav
enport at 5 o'clock last evening and the
happy young couple left for St. Lonis on
their bridal tour.
Tbe meeting of tbe Rock Island High
Pthool alumni called for last evening
at the board of education room's and the
rain preventing an attendance. President
McKown has called another rreeting at
tbe assembly room at the High school
next Monday evening.
Legislative honors are beginning to
come rather easy, so far as the republican
party is enabled to parcel them out. It
doesn't amount to so nvich to be a state
law maker in the eyes of the g. o. p. af
ter all, and as for the peon e, what are
they going to do about it?
Officers Kramer and Sexton overhauled
a stranger on the outskirts f Moline to
day with a horse which was stolen from
Davenport two months ago. Tbe man in
possession of it says he purchased it in
Port Byron, and Marshal Miller has gone
up there to investigate.
Boss Wells is highly indignant because
tbe Argus says be got free soup yester
day. He vehemently brands the same as
white-livered, cold blooded, black
legged He. lie also says the charge ot
bis having become intoxicated on pop is
equally without foundation in fact.
Joseph Valentine was in the police
court last evening charged by John Don
ley, driver of car 26 on tbe red line, with
using abusive language. Officer Boland
having made the arrest. Donlev later
withdrew the charge, Valentine paying
the costs, and was discharged.
F. C. Hoppe the merchant tailcr, has
just let a contract to Messrs. Sievers &
Anderson the well known builders, for
tbe erection of an elegant residence on
his lot on Fourth avenue. It is to be
modern in style of architecture, and will
be furnished with steam, hot and cold
Mrs. Margaret Kobn accompanied by
her sons, Louis and Monro Kohn, went
to Milwaukee yesterday morning to at
tend the funeral ot Joseph II. Adler,
formerly of this city, who died there
Monday morning. Mr. Adler waa well
known in this city a few years ago when
he was a member of tbe liquor firm of
Kohn & Adler.
A Moline butcher named Mart Zabn.was
driving up from tbe river near tbe foot
of Seventeenth street this afternoon and
was passing over the R. I. & P. track
when the rear wheels of his wagon were
struck by a Peoria switch engine and tbe
wheels taken off as neatly as could be de
sired. No serious damage attended the
mishap, however. Still the accident
demonstrated the need of the gates so
long urged by tbe Ahous.
Rondmaster Soland. of the C, B. & Q.,
states that he was treated unfairly by Of
ficer Boland in connection with the dis
turbance on the Rock Island and Moline
line incidental to the laying of the objec
tional switch there. He claims that Bo
land instead of arresting him in a proper
manner, assaulted bim without provoca
tion, and that be proposes to institute an
investigation of the offlcei's conduct
Mr. J. T. Dixon went out to Geo. Hil-
lier'a farm near Coal Valley Sunday where
he inspected a new colt, twelve days old.
in the possession of which Dixon prides
himself in one of the handsomest and most
promising bits of horse flesh in these parts.
The animal was sired by Negus' Rob Roy.
dam Jessie Logan, whose sire is a son of
Green a Bashaw. Bo it will be seen that
Dixon'a colt has a straight line of blooded
ancestry and that his pride is well
Mr. Chas. Yore has received tbe news
of the death at Great Falls, Montana, of
his cousin, James A. Yore, Jr. The de
ceased left St. Louis for the west about
ten years ago, and during his residence
there has amassed quite a fortune. He
bad not been in good health for several
months, and in company with his wife
had made numerous changes in location.
but it availed not and the lingering illness
finally brought the end. The interment
will be at St. Louis.
Mrs. . C. Cropper, of this city, will
give a June festival or aong at Knowlcs
hall Moline, Tueaday next. ' June 17.
Tbe programme will include tbe lovely
operetta, "Tbe Festival of Flowers."
which proved such a charming success
in connection with the recent May lea
tival, and also a grand concert programme
by the best talent of Rock Island and
Davenport alt in one evening, a pro
gramme of musical gems, light, popular
and attractive lor the summer season,
which many will attend from this city.
THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
Appointment of Teachers for the
EiartEvenlaa'aMeeilac ef the Beard
of Kdneatlaa Varies Blatter ef
Pablle latereat Acted Upon.
The board of education met in regular
monthly session last evening. President
Thomas and Directors Knowlton, Carter,
Barth and Durham, being present.
Tbe annual report of Truant Officer
Kimball waa read as follows:
To the Board of Edncatl n of Kock Island School
I report that I have investigated twen
ty one cases of absence and have arrested
nine truants since my last report. The
truants were disposed ot in the usual
manner either by being returned to school
or to their parents.
I also submit It summary of truant offi
cer's work during tbe year just closed:
caused to be enrolled and placed in schoo',
eJ; cases of absence investigated, 291;
truants arrested and disposed of, 149: ar
rested and fined for not complying with
tne law, . ueapecttullv submitted.
B H. Kimball. Truant Officer.
Rock Island. June 7, 1390.
THE APPOINTMENT OF TEACHERS
for the next school year was made and
salaries fixed as follows:
S SKemble, superintendent, f 1,750.
Geo R Housel, teacher of manic, $700.
Robt Rcuter, Calisthenics, f 700.
James A Bihop. principal. $1,400:
Mrs C L Eastman, assistant, $80; Jose
phine V Williams, $75: M A B Witter.
$75; Mrs Agnes Nessensen, German and
BUILDING KO. 1.
L C Dougherty, principal, tl.000: Jen
nie Ray, $70; Sarah Johnston. t50: Hat-
tie E Henderson. $50; Julia M Anderson.
$ M; M Lula Carlton, 50: Emma Frichot.
$45; 8allie B Hillier, $50; Millie De San
to, $4i; Anna Bennett, $45; Emily Free
man, $55. "
BUILDING NO. 2.
A F Cooke. $50; Maggie Repine, $55.
BUILDING NO. 3.
Mrs L M Copp. principal. $60: Anna
N Johnson, $50; Jennie A Dolly, $50;
Adda E Muse. $55.
BUILDING NO 4
Mary Piatt, principal. t75: Lon. J.
Philp, $C5; Lucy A Taylor. $55; Idessa
Wakefield, $50; A Laura Hill, $50; Ella
B. Egan, $60.
BUILDING NO. 5.
Etta McDonald, principal. $70; Marie
S Kenworthy. $50; Jennie A Kane. $50;
Mrs Jessie Listen. $50: Augusta Craw
ford, $50; Mary Murpbv, $35; Lucy S
Peetz, $50; Nora Gorma'n, '!5.
BUILDING NO. 6.
Annie Kirkpatrick. principal. $75:
Randeline Requa. $50; Mina G Bowen.
$50; Nora Witherspoon, $45; Mary L
Carter, $50; Lulu Churchill, $55.
BUILDING NO. 7.
Maggie J Wilson, principal. $60: Belle
Doonan. $45; Daisy L Hardy, $50;
Maria h. Simmon, $50.
Three important changes are made in
the high school corps. Mrs. Eistman is
promoted to the position of first assistant
principal in place of Miss C. M. Briggs,
resigned, while Miss Josephene V. Wil
liams, of Iowa City, and Miss M. A. B
Witter, of Marion, Iowa, are appointed
to positions in the high school. Both
come with highest recommendations.
M iss Jennie Ray, a successful teacher in
the Moline schools, was elected teacher
at No. 1 to succeed Mr a. Nora C- Hamil
ton, who resigned at tbe close of the school
were assigned as follows:
No. 1. Chas Smith. $60: No. 2. John
Bogue. fail; No. 3. Marshal Shaw. $35;
No. 4. W C Haley. $43 50; No. 5 ;
No. 6. W U Sunley, $42.50; No. 7.
Samuel Nelson. $35; High school, Mich
ael Culligan. $40.
The following bills were allowed:
J E Spencer, $2; Samuel Nelson.
$6.75; Cbas. Steel. $45; John Coyne.
$3; M Conn, $1 50; McCabe Bros..
$6 97; John Biebl, $10; Gas Co..
85 cents; Davis & Co., $127.40;. D
Roy Bowlby, $5; O A Barnhart, $10;
Henry Darta' Sons, $3.75; Henry Darts'
Sons, $1.50; Hartz & Bahnson. $13.75:
C C Taylor,75 cents; S 8 Kemble.$33.f6;
W A Outhrie, $10; Will Gray. $3; R I
Argus. $13; J A Bishop, $14 00; total.
Barcataa la Varpetn.
As the spring carpet season is drawing
to a close, we will oiler all short ends or
body brussc)8 carpets at tbe following re
markable low prices:
Five frame, full standard body brussels
90c per yard.
Four frame body brussels 75c per yard.
Below we give sizes of rooms, which
can be covered with some of the remnanla
FIVE FRAME BODY BRUSSELS.
9 ft. X 13 ft. 1 in.
11 ft. 3 in.xll ft. 6 in.
11 ft. 3 in. xlSft. 8 in.
11 ft 3 in. xl5 ft. 2. in.
11 ft. 3 in. xl ft.
13 ft. 6 in. xlftft. in.
15 ft 9 in. x30 ft.
FOUR FRAME BODT BRUSSELS.
6 ft 9 in.xll ft 4 in.
9 ft x 9 ft 8 in.
9 ft x 9 ft 10 in.
11 ft 3 in.xl7 ft 1 in.
13 ft 6 in.xlS ft.
It is to be understood that the number
of yards tbat it requires to cover rooms
of tbe above dimensions, will also cover
rooms of different proportions taking the
same number of square yards.
Customers wishing to take advantage
of some of these bargains are respectfully
requested to bring tbe measurements of
their rooms. Respectfully,
-- J. II. C. Petersen s Sons.
Whitman's buttercups andmarsb-mal
lows put up in fancy half pound boxes at
Krell OS Math's.
Refrigerators on monthly payments,
prices guaranteed, at Tbe Adams, 332
Brady street, Davenport.
Step in to Krell & Math'a ice cream
parlor and try a dish of the finest and
purest ice cream mado-
' Carpets, matting, oil cloths, on easy
payments at Tbe Adams, 322 Brady
street, Davenport. -
Mcjatire Bros, have a new and reliable
ata glove cleaner; cleans penectJy and
leaves no oaor.
Bookcases, writing desks, rare bar
gains at Tbe Adams, 322 Brady street.
Mint, wintergreen, maple and lemon
wafers extra fine and fresh at Krell &
Visit tbe "Arcade" cigar store for a
good smoke, Ho. 1808 Second avenue.
Furnished rooms for. rent. Inquire of
ocnaao cs vv otters.
For imported and Key West cigars go
to tbe "Arcade.
Try the nickel goods at the ''Arcade.'
Another ttraad laaaeeaaeat Hale We-
radajr, Tanraday. Friday aad Sat
arday, Jaae 11, IS, IS aad 14.
Our business is growing daily, and we
are determined to carry it to and main
tain the "top notch." We appreciate
the libera; patronage accorded to ns by
the public, and therefore will offer them
in reciprocation such bargains as can only
be found in our store.
8 dozen Jersey blouses, plain color,
with fancy collars and cuffs, all sizes and
good colors, at $1.35.
10 dozen Jersey blonses, better quality
than above, also plain color with fancy
collars and cuffs. These blouses are
worth all of $2 50. at $2.00.
Silk striped flannel blonses, handsome
patterns, and would be cheap for fl.25.
Our price 98c.
100 white Swiss baby caps. They are
elegant, and worth twice the money. In
ducement sale price only 23c
PRINTED PERSIAN HULLS.
Be sure and have these shown to vou ;
a beautiful assortment of patterns at
I2c a yard.
We will place on sale 75 pieces best
Renfrew novelties no seconds worth
12Jc a yard. Inducement sale price 5c.
Worth 9j. Goes during this Bile at 9j.
Our entire line ef fancy Sicilians worth
10c, will be offered during tbis induce
ment sale at but 7c a yard.
125 pieces full width American salines
equal almost to tbe French fabric, beauti
ful assortment of patterns and worth 15
to 20c a yard. Inducement sale price
12)c a yard.
10 dozen Nottingham lace enrtains. 3
yards long at only 90c a pair.
8 dozen Nottingham lace curtains 3
yards long. Splendid patterns at $1.25 a
2 dozen Madras curtains worth $3 a
pair, go at but $5 a pair.
46 inch wide, all silk black drapery net
work worth $1.15 a yard. Inducement
sale price 75c a yard.
4t men gauze tinsel netting in cream
and black, worth $1.25, Go during this
sale at 85c.
Black Van Dyke drapery netting 46
inches wide, all silk, worth $3 a yard, at
$2 50 a yard.
Our entire stock of all wool French
challies, 30 inches wide and cheap at 55c.
Inducement sale price 47c.
To cap the climax we wiu sell 150
pieces of good challie at 2)c a yard.
10 cases of towelings will go at bar
gain pricet. Don't miss this chance.
Lot A. 1,200 yards bleached toweling
14 inch wide, worth 7c. Inducement sale
Lot B. 1,600 yards bleached toweling
18 inch wid. good quality, worth 10c.
Inducement sale price 71c.
Lot C 1,400 yards of bleached toweling
18 inch wide, worth 121e. Inducement
sale price 10c.
Lot D. 1,800 yards bleached twilled
toweling 15 inch wide, warranted best
selected Russia flax, worth 13; a yard.
inducement sale price 11c.
Lot E 1,500 yards ot towelioi. Dure
Russia flax worth 17Jc. Inducement
Read tha above prices and join the im
menae crowds which will throng our
store during this great inducement sale.
226, 228 and 230 W. 3d St..
Cor. 2d and Harrison Streets.
. Dyspepsia's victims are numbered by
thousands. So are those who have been
restored to health by Hood's Sarsapa
rilla. Babv carriapea tuA nn mt ntvm,ni.
at spot cash prices, every carriage guar
anteed at The Adams. 322 Brady sireet,
Table and Shelf Oil
ROOM AND PICTURE
rf" Picture Cord, Twine, Nails
and Honks at lowest prices.
Call and see.
C. C. Taylor
1825 Second avenue,
Under Bock Island Bona.
1 SUMS OT -
$200.00 and Upwards-
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of tbe loan.
Inter t 7 per cent aeml annually, collected and
remitted free of charge.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Boo om S and 4 Masonic Teaiple,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Lloyd & Stewart,
OVK ULAID, ILX,
illl) .1 (I
Spring Styles now Ready.
Are in. May be yon are thinking of
Mclntire Bros show a splendid as
sortment in Satins, Gauze, Feather,
Ostrich, etc., etc,
Feather Fans, 15c. . " '
Feather Fans, 25c1 "
Colors blue, Pink, cream, Scarlet.
Some pleasant surprises for yon in
the way of low prices In other styles of
NEW "WASH GOODS.
We place on sale Monday morning
new wash goods in Marquise cloth
(similar to bastite) in pretty ombre ef
fects, fast colors at 1 2Hc
Who now own the
West of Chicago, are ready to take the people of this vicin
ity through one of the largest and finest
in this section of the country, which is elegantly lighted
and contains the largest and hansomest PATTERNS OF
ever seen in the three cities, and their stock of FURNI
TURE and CURTAINS is grander than ever.
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEM ANN &:$ALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
MRS. P. GREEIWALT
1704 SECOND AVENUE,
Newe st 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
V For Ladies and Gentlemen.
, "fsTTanned Goods in all colors. -
An Encyclopedia valued at f 6 00 given away to each customer buvlng $25.00
worth of Boot and Shoes. Call in and let as show you the book and
explain bow yon can get it free,
qeo. Schneider, Jr.,
CKNTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Becend Avenue
ELM STREET SHOE STORE
similar Yb Scotch ginghams, fast colors
handsome coloring at 1 Oo. This is be
low the regular price bnt we Ibought
them cheap and yon get the benefit
SUMMER BEIGES Greys, double
MOHAIRS-Donble fold, reduced
to 26c 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 ass ortment in the city.
Fine and Rough Straw. Trimmed and Untrimmed
a complete assortment.
Come and see the Styles we are offering.