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HKIHS las FAILED
Another Great Failure of a Cor
The Higgins Corset Co., having
tailed to meet its obligations, the
Sheriff has closed out the entire stock
of the concern. Always on the lookout
for attractions in onr oorset depart
ment we were on hand to buy the entire
stock of their ladies' sateen finish corset
waists. (COLORS ECRU ONLY )
Made to retail at $1.00. We place
them on sale this week at only 50c
each. A pair of ladies' side attachable
hose supporters will be included with
each waist free.
Remember $1 for 60, and a pair of
hose supporters free.
This offer can never again be repeat
ed, as the manufacturer has quit for
We open this week a large line
superior make of summer corsets.
Sale price 39c. None to other dealers.
In corsets, jast in, which we have no
space to describe.
ff-The cutting price on all Summer stock commences in dead earnest tbts week Oenerat
mark dcmus aU through th. hoosa on goods which in a abort time will become seasonable, early
caller will flDi beat (elections from which to cuooee. '
1713. 1714. 1716. 1718. 1720 and 1722 fiucoiro Avknck.
Tea and coffee enps, 8 ct lea ?e each
Sancara to match 3c
15in. oval dihea 15c "
llln. " 10c
18in. platea c "
4ln. sauce dishes 2c "
8in. sauce or vegetable dishes Vic '
7in 10c "
Bgg cupa 9c "
Bone dlahea 8c "
These gooda were slightly damaged in shipping,
but would be bargains at one half more than we
aak for them.
4 piece ga-den seta 20c
Decker's kitchen soap, per box IV
Pure Irth linen paper, per quire 8c
Envelopes to match, per puck... 10c
Copper-Smithing, Sheet Iron, Gas and
Steam Fitting, Also Sewer work.
BAKER & HOUSMAN,
Opposite Harper House.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street-
Kidney and Liver Pills
For the cure of all disordere of the liver, Kidney and Stomach.
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,
SUN and RAIN UMBRELLAS
Our fifth shipment for this season
just received, marked and ready for
sale. We have sold hundreds of them
We call special attention to one line
of Gloria silk umbrellas, 12 different
styles silver handles $1.22 each. You
will readily recognize this particular
one as a great leader. It is a drawing
card which we wish every one to see.
Numerous other styles are very good,
and selling like "hot cakes."
Of embroidery, skirtings in medium
and low prices which are very attrac
tive, and fully 25 per cent below value.
A lot of short lengths and old pieces at
New styles in white wash fabrics
for hot weather dresses.
We also call special attention to a
few staple styles white goods.
Cable cords, 6c a yd.
Satin lace stripes, 7c a yd-
Swiss lawn plaid and stripes, 7 1-2
and 8 l-2c a yard.
Satin plaids 12c a yd.
The greatest seller of all, and very
scarce in the market: can not get
enough, solid black and satin black
plaids. A full line just in from 12 to 24c
PLAIN WHITE GOODS.
A full of Victoria lawns and India
linens. Special values at 8, 10, 12, 14,
1703 Second Avenue.
for the Celebrated
and act like' a charm.
Pill, and that all may try them
rrm TAvi-y- tot xti a DmTfl UfAVHAV .TTTX"EV 23 ' 1890.
J.XXXU XVVVXV 10Aiil.il i lViu u k j.Ti.wo.'. .m. , -
KATIE KAISER'S DEATH.
In Disiair She Destroys Herself in
A It or it lalana tirl'a Had Termina
tion Wiikont Friends) aad I Proud
to Come Home, ttae Take "Ilnaich
on Knt"aa4 Oles.
Katie Kaiser, a domestic employe.! at
No. 4' 47 8tate street, died yesterday
mornin j from dose of "RouRh on Rats,"
taken t ie night before. Her home was
in Rock Island, and she said she had
trouble with her family. An inquest was
held at the Hyde Park police slation.and
a verdict of suicide returned.
In tha Chicago Sunday Inter Ocean ap
peared the above paragraph. The un
fortunate girl was a daughter of Wm.
Kaiser, a street laborer, living at 515
Second street. She was twenty-one
years of age, and for several years previ
ous to December last she bad worked out
as a domestic, being last employed in the
family jf Unas. Ritter. She had the rep
utation of being a quiet, indus
tiious girl. Last winter jast be
fore the holidays she accompanied
her oliler sister. Mrs. Ltzarus Meyer,
who had been here on a visit back to her
home Ht Alleghaney, Pa. Mrs. Meyer
had come to Rock Island for the purpose
of procuring a divorce from her hus
band, but afterward returned to
him. Nothing was heard cf the girl by
her relatives here after s'ae left. Whether
trouble in the family here was the cause
of her leaving, as intimated above, is not
known. The girl's father stated to an
Arou8 reporter this morning that he be
lieved the cirl had been turned out by
her sister at Alleghaney, and had got as
far as Chicago on her way home, and
being without funds or friends, had
adopte 1 the desperate method indicated.
Whethor she feared to come on to Rock
Island or had too much pride to, is a
matter of conjecture.
Mr. Kaiser received a telegram Satur
day evening announcing hi9 daughter's
suicide, and is trying to arrange to have
her bO'ly brought to Ruck Inland for in
terment. Klvr-r Klplrt.
The Irene D. came down.
The Pilot and Irene D. went north.
The Mary Morton CRme from St. Paul.
The Kit Carson came down with six
teen s' rings of lumber.-
The Verne Swain made an excursion
trip to White Sulphur yesterday.
The Libbie Conger came down. She
is in r-adiness for the excursion business.
The water is sill rising; the stage was
11:20 tt 6 a. m. and 11:30 at noon today.
The ttmperature at noon was 90 above.
Thtre are 1.842 government lights on
the inland waters, extending over a dis
tance of 3,828 miles, that cost on an aver
age of $160 per year. On the Mississippi,
1.943 miles, there are 736 lights; on the
Missouri, 3S6 miles, 30 lichts; on the
Ohio river, 968 miles, 453 lights; on the
Kana aha river, 74 miles, 33 lights; Ten
nessei- river, 222 miles, 36 lights; Illi
nois river, 226 miles, 44 lighls. Between
Cairo and New Orleans there are 337
ights and 220 keepers. Last year the
appropriation for the service was $25(1,-
000; Ibis year, 8254.000.
In 1854 the Nominee sank near Du
buqne and remained en the bottom of
the river undisturbed until this summer,
when the Gen. Barnard removed the
wreck. She was named during the ex
citement preceding a national campaign,
and to be on the safe side, Ler owners
christened her the Nominee, not caring
to express a preference for any party's
candi late. The Barnard has also re
move! the wreck of the Diamond Jo,
which sunk about ten years ago off Eagle
Point, near Dubuque.
Sone interesting rt-lics of the palmy
days of steamboating were brought to
light by the recent dredging near the
packet depot, says the Keokuk Constitu
tion -Democrat. One was a china saucer,
in fa'rly good condition, bearing the let
ter F. Co. It was formerly the
property of the Keoktik Packet compa
ny, v htch went out oi existence in jb.z,
and evidently was dropped off one of the
bo alt- running in the trade at that time.
Another interesting find was a silver
spooa with the name "Hawkeye State"
engruved upon it. The Hawkeje State
was once the banner boat of the old
Northern line, and was taken off the riv
er in 1809. How long these articles laid
at the bottom of the rive is a matter of
conj icturc. They may have been there
twet ty years and possibly longer.
M: C. D. Gordon makes formal an
Bouticemenl in this issue of the Ahotjs of
his tandidacy for the office of sheriff sub
ject to the decision of the democratic
contention convening July 1. Mr. Gor
don conducts the Gordon hotel and res
taur mt on Market fquare. He has re
sided in Rock Island county a great many
years, having been a farmer in Black Hawk
township previous to engaging in busi
ness in Rock Island. He is known as a
mac of honest and industrious habits, is
quiet and unassuming in his manner and
is very popular all over the county.
Supervisor Geo. B. Browner is being
urgisd by a eat many democrats as a
candidate for county treasurer. Browner
con' d lay Tom Campbell out about as
nea'.ly as any man that we know of in the
An laapartant Salt.
J adze J. J. Glenn reconvened the May
ten a of the circuit court this afternoon.
for the purpose of hearing the suit of
Ellis against the Rook Island & Mercer
County Railroad company. The plaintiff
see is remuneration for alleged over
charges in transporting coal and under
weighing the coal itself. His bill
contains 310. different specifications
the claim on eacn ranges
in to $30. Messrs. Oliver
Olfon, of this city, ana u. t. opm-.
Intianapolls. appear torthe plaintiff.and
yt TIT a.J. Wa
Co . Btery tJurtis, ortuis city, non.
w Durham, of Ge'neseo, and C. M. Os
rhir.ffo. for the defense. The
she riff will pick op jury-
.intarnnwn. maDle and lemon
w.Textrafine and fresh-at Krell
JUDGS D HURT'S GENEROSITY.
lie Appreciates Reek Island's Kntrr-
prine and ajontribntra t It Hand
Homely A Mia for patrr Hqnar.
Judge J. W. Drury, who was one of
Rock Island's esiliest and most distin
guished citizens, and who has come back
to Rock Island county to spend the re
mainder of bis days, has shown his pride
and good will for the city in a manner,
and in a way that all our citizens will en
joy and appreciate. This morning Com
missioner Jackson, of Spencer square,
met Judge Drury in the Harper house,
and the subject of Spencer equare natur
ally came up for discussion. During the
conversation the judge stated that he
would be gratified to have the privilege
of contributing to the ornamentation of
the square, not only as a matter of pride
in the city. but because he desired to show
how well he was pleased with the
vast improvement being made there. He
accordingly authorized Mr. Jackson to
purchase in his name a magnificent stag
for the east section. The ornamentation
stands on a base of seventy-one by thirty
feet, is six feet high, and nine feet to the
top of the antlers. It is a copy of Land
seer's celebrated picture, "The ChaK
lenge," and a most imposing design in
deed. The gift cost Judge Drury $225.
Commissioner Jackson has a'so re
ceived fancy settees from Clemann &
Salzmann, Collins Bros , and Andrew
Nelson. He has ordered sixteen cast
iron settees in audition to those con
Mr. Adair Pleasants is circulating a
subscription list among the attorneys of
the city who propose putting in a hand
tPNOIutionfl of Rmpprt.
A committee of the Rock Island Stone
Cutter's organization appointed for that
purpose, has prepared the following
Whereas, It has pleased our Heavenly
Father, who is the supreme grand master
builder of heaven and earth, to remove
forever from our midst our worthy
brother and companion, Michael Kinney,
who was struck down without a moment's
warning in the full vigor of his manhood
prime, and meekly bowed his head in
cheerful compliance to the Divine Wi I,
and in obedience to that supreme com
mand, ever ready, like all true knights of
the mallet and chisel, to respond to the
last call of the ringing square without
fear or hesitancy as was his wont in days
of yore; therefore be it
Jieiiolved, That we, his fellow wotkmen
and brothets of Rock Island branch of
the S. U. S. A., of N. A., extend to the
family of our deceased brother our
heartfelt sympathies in this sad hour of
their greatest bereavement. And to
recognize that in his death his family has
lost, thei r natural protector, a true and
devoted husband, a kind and indulgent
father, and the community an honored
and respected citizen, and this branch a
loyal and conscientious member who has
passed under the scrutinizing tests of
the Master's square, and found full and
true to the angle of ninety degrees, and
all his miters on the line of forty-five; his
character was a true horizontal lioe; his
conduct to his fellow men was plumbed
by the upright line of justice; all his af
fections were squared by the fquare of
manhood; he has departed on his eternal
tramp along the leyels of time to the
everlasting shores from whence no crafts
man ever returns.
lii-Hohed, That a page in our record be
set aside and inscribed to his memory,
and that our charter be draped in mourn
ing for a period of thirty days, and u
copy of these resolutions be sent to the
family of our deceased brother, and a
copy be sent to the Monthly Circuhir, and
to be published in the daily an 1 weekly
papers of the city. .
W. H. McConochie, Jr.
T. P. Kellky.
Committee on Resolutions.
NATIONAL GAME RECORDS.
f nnt lmi'-il Imulrqnata 'AttrmluiM-e lias
Chicago, .Tune 23. There were no inter
esting developments in the base bull field
last week. The two rival aggregations
played their schedules when the weather
was willing, with the attendance at such
figures ns, if the base ball statist icixns are
correct, to insure a big deficit Ht the end of
the season for the stockholders to make
up. The Brotherhood led in attendance
ueitrly every day, but, the figures were not
very far apart. Saturday, however, with
thrve games apiece, the attendance was
over 2,000 in favor ot the llrotherhood.
ami yet it did not reach the average per
game of 3,000, which has been declare.!
necessary to enable the organizations to
come out even.
The Club IVreentagea.
Following are given the percentages at
the close of playing .Saturday for the
Iieague and Brotherhood and Sunday for
the Association and Western:
Rrath'hiMxl won. IimL i.r lAignn won.
HiMion : IT .uuMCInelniintl :i
2h i: ..vil'hila iihla..
Jtt L' .fJOKrooklrn...
24 t .Moirtiti'aaMi
aa 'JH jwni' H'Mton
24 24 ,.ViNew lurk..
1H 'Jtt .4oi('levplHtil..
lost. i.c! Western won
ltt .fittT'Mllwsukee. 20
! .4i2?;.Mtnne polls 27 IS
22 ..S4JI Denver.. .. 25 2D
25 .SonlSloux t:itr.. 24 21
1", .4"o:KniintCiir 21 20
25 .4.v?lle M. linen 22 2S
2S .H-MiOinahn 20 2)1
;u St. Haul.... 11 aj
St. UotliH... 2i
Syrarnne. .. IH
feiores on the IHamond.
The following scores were made at the
latest games: league: At Cincinnati Bos
ton 1, Cincinnati 4; bntterios Nichols and
Bennett, Komi an and Baldwin. At Cleve
land Cleveland 7, Brnoklyu 5; batteries
Beat in and Zimmer, Ijovett and Bushong.
At Chicaeo Chicago 7, New York 8; bat
teries Hutchinson and Kittridire, Welch
and Buckley. Philadelphia Pittsburg game
postponed wet grounds.
Brotherhood: At Pittsburg Pittsburg 7,
Philadelphia 1; batteries Stnley and Car
roll. Bufliuton and Cross. At Cleveland-
Cleveland 3, Boston 9; batteries Bukely
and Sutcliffe, Kud bourne and Kelly. At
Chicago Chicago 0, Brooklyn 1; batteries
King and FarrelL 'VVeyhing and Kins-
low. Buffalo-New York, game postponed
Western: (Saturday) At Minneapolis
Milwaukee 7, Minneapolis 4; at Des
Moines St. Paul 4, Des Moines 8; at Sioux
City Kansas City 9, Sioux City 2; at
Omaha Denver 6, Omaha 7. (.Sunday)
At Milwaukee Minneapolis 0, Milwaukee
8; at Omaha (first game) Denver 1,
Omaha 15; (second game) Denver 10.
Omaha 5; at Sioux City (first game) Kan
sas City 6, Sioux City 1; (second game)
Kansas City 4, Sioux City 0; at Des Moines
St. Paul 1, Des Moines 11.
The Mlnerr Beats the Urls.
New York, June 23. The Leland chal
lenge cup was sailed for Satarrday by the
Corinthian Yacht club, and was won by
the forty-foot Scotch cutter Minerva, which
bea the cracky American forty-footers,
Mariouita aud Liris. The course was
about thirty miles. -Whitman's
butter caps and marsh-mal
lows put up in fancy half pound, boxes at
Krell s iatn'a
School election tomorrow.
Lost bracelet at Kingsbury's art store.
Vote against bigotry and fanaticism to
Mr. Andrew Donaldson, of Rural, was
in the city today.
The Standard Theatre Company is at
the Harper house.
Mr. B. D. Buford is contemplating a
trip to the far west.
Mr. D. T. Robinson of Taylor Ridge,
was in the city today.
Supervisor J. A. Wilson, of Rural,
was in the city today.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, has ordered over
seven miles of paving extensions.
The Union band has an engagement
for the Fourth of July at Coal Valley.
The Standard Theatre company opens
a week's engagement at Harper's theatre
Mrs. J. C. Mott leaves tomorrow for a
three mouths' visit w ith relatives at Oli
Yesterday was Children's day in the
Rural Sunday school. Interesting exers
cises were held.
Dr. W. A. Paul has relumed from a
three weeks' visit to his mother in the
pine tree state Maine.
O. J. Dimick, of Chicago, is in the
city. He moves his family to Chicago
E'l. Bcngston, a former Rock Island
boy, now located at Joplin, Mo., is visit
ing relatives in the city.
Ed. Lieberknecht left for San Jose,
Cat., Saturday night, expecting to make
an extended visit on the Pacific coast.
Mr. John Ohlweiler has gone to New
York to attend the national turnfest as
a delegate from the Mississippi Valley
The marriage of Rev. Frederick Kroe
gcr. of Pendleton county, West Va.. and
Miss Maria Mennicke, takes place this
Crawford, the great republican, was in
the city again today. He says he's "got
it in for all who don t want him to be
senator in the 'legislative.'"
Dr. J. W. Scott and son, ot Edging-
ton, were in the city today. The doctor
is en route to Chicago, where his father,
a retired physician, is very ill.
The Masonic lodcres of Cambridge, Ox
ford. Preemption, Orion and Coal Valles
will unite in a picnic on James Clark's
farm in Richland Grove tomorrow.
Mr. Louis May left for Chicago at noon
today to purchase the finest line of gro
ceries ever brought to the three cities.and
with which he will stock his new store.
Mr. A..F. Fleming left for Chicago
Saturday night to visit his daughter.
Next Thursday he starts for San Jose,
Cal., to remain until September with his
Mrs. Lute Dimick and children have
gone to Omaha for permanent residence,
Mr. O. J. Dimick having provided for her
comfort there for the remainder of her
Mr. Henry Holdorf left by train Sunday
morning for New York, where be will
take the steamer Victoria Augusta
Wednesday for a three months' trip in
President R. R. Cable, of the Rock
Island road, and wife went through Rock
Island in Mr. Cable's private car this
morning homewar 1 bound from a Colo
Dr. Chas. Crampton, president of'the
National Board of Chemistry at Wash
ington, and Miss Lilly Dunn, daughter
ot Or. L. 1). Dunn, of Moline, will be
married this week.
Ticket AeeDt C. H. Skelton, of the
Rock Island route, spent yesterday with
relatives in Chicago. He brought back
with him some neat stars for his private
police force about the depot.
Rock Island cannot afford to have the
interests of its public schools impaired by
religious prejudice. Go to the polls tc
morrow and emphasize your disapproval
of this unpatriotic motive.
The samples of carpets expected by the
ladies of the M. E. church have arrived
and will be on exhibition at Clemann &
Salzmann's tomorrow afternoon at 2:30.
All ladies of the church are requested to
Elsewhere appears the call of Henry
Wheelan, chairman of the democratic
city-township committee, for the ward
caucuses Saturday night to select dele-
crates to the county convention to be held
Tuesday, July 1.
The Rock River and Mississippi Power
company held a meeting at Black Hawk's
tower Saturday afternoon and designated
a committee to solicit slock in the com
pany and adjourned. Interesting develop
ments may be expected in the company at
almost any time now.
Miss Helen Van Patten, with a number
of other young ladies, left Saturday morn
ing for Dubuque for a week's trip. She
is the guest of Miss Lucia Mackenzie and
they go on the Gen. Barnard. A pleas-
ante r excursion could not be imagined.
Mr. Swan Lundberg, whose misfor
tune in connection with the recent
cyclone has been mentioned, has
started out with a subscription pa
per and is meeting with much en
couragement. Any subscriptions for Mr.
Lundberg may be left at the Argus of
fice. The inlet pipe of the Ft. Madison wat
erworks was stopped up by drifting mud
and sand one morning last week and con
tinued that way for some time before it
could be cleared. The town was without
water for boiler and domestic use during
that time, and also without fire protec
tion. Fred O. Johnson, a Moline painter, at
tacked James Murrin, a switchman in the
Rock Island yards, with a pair of brass
knuckles and a knife in Huber'a garden
Saturday night, inflicting several severe
wounds about the face. The assailant
was arrested by Officer Mulqueen, and
Deputy Marshal Long, and Officer Bo
land took him to jail.
Phil Thiebert, Jr., residing on Tenth
street between Third and Fourth ave
nues, aged five years, while playing with
matches in the yard Sunday morning set
his clothes on fire, severely burning him
self from the hip to the shoulders. His
mother hearing his cry ran with a com
forter with which she smothered the fire.
Dr. W. A. Paul was called to atteud his
injuries which were not bad.
The mayor and fire and light commit
tee of the city council came back from
their visit to Davenport more enthused
than ever for the establishment of a paid
fire department in Rock Island on the
plan heretofore outlined in the Argus, of
erecting a building on flat-iron square
The fact that Rock Island is really to
have a paid system has become so gen
erally conceded that even the Union,
which has pulled back and kicked all
these years humbly confesses that there
is a plan being discussed, and it don't kick
much against it either. The Union has
learned that after it is useless to further
kich. to kick further is useless.
Pearsall, the republican candidate for
sheriff, bad a rather unpleasant political
and torse experience combined the other
day. He was out on the skirmish line in
Canoe Creek township and In looking at
a bone and colt on Kendall a farm, be
came very lavish in bis praise of the
horse and offshoot, and was piling it on
to his heart's content in his efforts to
tickle Kendall, when the horse suddenly
1 -t go from the rear and planted one of
its pedal extremities on Pearsall's knee.
The latter gave a roar of agony that made
the woods ring and even forgot himself
and his circumstances so far as to say
something about "that d d horse."
The conduct of the horse was sufficient
t demonstrate that politics can be car
ried far enough to even disgust a horse.
Fetr Holtzhammer. for twenty years a
liborerat the saw mill of Weyerbauser
& Denkmann, has been missing since
Thursday last. He was employed on the
logs, and it is supposed has met death by
drowning. He was sixty-six of age, and
lived by himself on Second street. His
ife obtained a divorce from htm some
The democratic voters of the city of
Rock Island are requested to meet at
their respective voting places in the sev
eral wards on Saturday evening. June
28ih, at 8 p. m., to select delegates to the
county convention to be held at the court
house at 1:30 p. m.. Tuasdav, July 1st.
The wards are entitled to delegates as
fallows: First, 5; Second, 7; Third, 8;
Fourth. 7; Fifth. 8; Sixth, 4; Seventh, 4.
By order of the democratic city com
mittee. Henry Wheelan, Chairman.
Lantlina; Kmls;ranta on Sunday.
Washington Citv, .Tune 2. Assistant
Secretary Tichenor has written a letter to
Commissioner Weber, of the barge office,
New York, who requested the opinion of
the treasury department in regard to the
feasibility of keeping the barge offioe
open on Sunday during the summer. Mr.
Tichenor apt rove the idea, and gives th
commissioner authority to permit the
emigrants t-i land on Sunday on the
eround that it is essential to the public
The Twin Cities' Merry War.
Minneapolis. Minn., Juno 23. The St.
Paul dispatches, giving an account of the
court proceedings in the census enumer
ators' cases, omitted, to state that the con
tinuance to Aug. 2i, was granted on the
motion of the United States district at
torney, who declared that he did not have
evidence enough at band to hold tlia
prisoners. Tins is an important admis
All dog owners are hereby notified that
they n.ust procure checks for 1890 before
July 1, as all dogs seen without checks
attached after that date will be shot by
the police on sight. Piiil Millkr,
Mclntire Bro?. have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
Mep in to Krell & Math s ice cream
parlor and try a dish of the finest and
purest ice cream made.
wanted to rent House cf six or seven
rooms, wun good yard, in central por
tion of the city. Enquire at this office.
At first thought one might suppose the
Bar association to be the proper body to
issue liquor licenses.
C. A. Stekl, - - Manager.
One Solid Week, commencing
MONDAY, JUNE 23bd.
Standard Theatre Co,
Opcnine In the Famons Sonthern Comedy
Drama in 5 Acta, entitled
Change of Play Sightly.
A valuable nrcent eiven awav evorv nichL and
on Saturday night we will give away a UiHl
Prices only 10 and 20 No Higher.
HwNrved at for yale at nnal place.
Table and Shelf Oil
ROOM AND PICTURE
CVPletnra Cord, Twine, Nails
and Book at lowest pricss.
Call and see.
C. C. Taylor
1625 Second avenue.
Under Bock Island House.
in aims or
1 200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interest T par cent semi annually, collected and
remitted tree at charge.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Booms t and 4 Masonic Temple,
HOCK ISLAND. ILL
Lloyd & Stewart,
BOCK 1SL.ASD, 1X1, .
Spring Styles now Beady.
. (I f
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, 25c
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 bastite) in pretty ombre ef
fects, fast colors at 12'4c-
Rock Island. Illinois.
Who now own the
I Furniture Establishment
"West ot 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.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Noa. 124, 126 and 123 Sixteenth Street,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK
At the Lowest prices in tne three cities.
PATENT LEATHER SHOES.
For Ladies and Gentlemen.
tSTTanned Goods in all colors.
An Encyclopedia Talued at $0 00 sriren away to each Customer buying f 25.00
worth of B00U and Shoes. Call in and let na show you the book and
explain bow you can get ft free.
fcrEO SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
: CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Avenue.
ELM 8TREET.8H0E 8T0RE 1
similar to Scotch ginghams, fasto'olors
handsome coloring at 1 Oc. This is be-,
low the regular price but we bought
them cheap and you get the benefit.'
SUMMER BEIGES Greys, double
MOHAIRS-Double Ifold,! reduced
to 25c to close; colorsgobelin, golden
brown, tan red, green.1 Iblue,"l seal
Charlies, 4c a yard.
Challies, 5c a-yard.
largest ground floor
If you wish to enjoy good
health, pure drinking water is
the first consideration. To get
it, in thi3 part of the country, a
good filter is really necessary;
and the best filter is the one you
see here. It will pay you to
call and look at it.
It is made iu three parts,,
each easily detached, open to
view, as easy to clean as any
stone butter crock. The water
comes though perfectly clear
and sweet, and you can use ice
for cooling without having it
touch the water at all.
I have them from $6.75 up,
according to style of finish and
Crockery and China,
1609 Second Avenue.
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Druggist, Bock Island.