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Ansonia Co's best nickel 30 hours'
-time, at-73c. 73c, 73c
Ansonia Clock Co's very best nickel
clocks, with alarm attachment only
87c- 87c-87c ,
Lot of those ladies' Jersey ribbed vests,
pure Egyptian yarn produced to sell at
60c. We have had one xjase of them
this season and run them off at 18o
apiece. They were a great drive. We
have been so fortunate as to secure
another small lot which we will sell at
the same price-18; sizes small,
medium and large. Remember only
18c while they last.
Tennis belts 8c, 8c, 8o-
In leather belts which we are selling
Our white goods department has
been the scene of great activity for .the
past iew weeks- We claim to have the
best bargains in this department shown
Our regular July mark down all through the house begins this week.
Early callers get the pick.
1712. 1714. 1716.
Containing lasl aires leather
We will Issue a 15(0 t'rket good for one year. By bringing this ticket with you
whenever yon come tu either of our store? we will register thereon the amounts and your
future cash purchases until they amm.jt to fX 00 and we will then give yon the above
Although many hundred dollars' worth of tliese books will be given away, amounting
piactically to a discount and saving to you of 25 per cent on your putchasee, we will still
hold our prices a low if not lower than ever.
We will try and save you ninny dollars In tk e f .tore, and belle' e by enterprise and
fair dealing we will merit your patronage. I to not fail to take advantage of this free gift-
Copper-Smithing, Sheet -Iron, Gas and
Steam Fitting, Also Sewer work.
BAKER & HOUSMAN,
Opposite Harper House.
. ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN &c ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
"For the cure of all disorders of
They are safe, sure and pleasant and act like a charm.
They have no equal as a Family Pill, and that all may try them
are give away a sample package FREE. Call and get one.
Regular, Size 25c a Bottle.
Druggist, Rock Island.
We open a full line of the celebrated
triple extract odors made by
LEON MAUGENET & CO.
at 16o per ounce Among the select
odors we have White Heliotrope, Fran-
gipauni. White Rose, White Lilac
Violet, Sweet Clover, Jockey Club,
Ocean Spray, Musk Rose, Pond Lilly,
Ylang-Ylang, Maria Stewart, etc., etc
The vacation days are here. Before
going be sure and provide yourself
with what perfumes you may want
while away as you'll not buy them else
where at our prices,
We also have a full line of the world
famed high class perfumes made by
Lundborg & Co. Many ladies say that
Lundborg's triple extract oaors are
the verv best in the market. Make a
note of the fact that we sell these su
perior jgoods at only 25c per ounce
1718. 1720 and 1722 Second Avknck.
bound GIVEN AWAY.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1703 Second Avenue.
for the Celebrated
the liver, Kidney and Stomach.
A SAD FATALITY,
L Shocking Accident At Milan
CAUSED Bf A WILD HORSE.
Mr. Mllea Jad-e Killed by a Ko
Away, aad Her Haabaad Probably
Fatally IpjaredDetalts af the
A shocking and sad fatal accident oc
curred at Milan this morning, resulting
in the death of Mrs. Miles Judge, aod
the probable fatal injury of her husband
Mr. Judge, who for several months has
been driving the street car on the Milan
stub for the Rock Island & Milan rail
way company, gave up bis position Sat
urday night, and this morning Mr. and
Mrs Judge planned to come to Rock Is
land to do some shopping. In order to
get an early start Mr. Judge hitchsd up
his horse and wagon immediately after
breakfast, and by 7:30 Mr. and Mrs.
Judge were comfortably seated in their
wagon for their start to the city. But
just outside of the gate to their prenv
ises a terrible misfortune overlook them
sirs. judge in raisint; an -tim.
brelU frightened - the horse, which
became uncontrollable, ard dashed
ahead a distance of twenty feet,
where the wagon encountered a little
oriage over a small stream Known as
James river. -The wagon was at this
critical place tipped over and I otb occu
pants thrown violently out, Mrs. Judge
faring the most seriously, striking her
back against the sharp edge of a plank
and then falling head foremost into the
ditch, a distacce of six to eight feet. She
was picked up insensible, but Boon after
rallied, only to again lose consciousness
from which she never revived and at
3:30 o'clock died. She had suffered fatal
internal injuries. Mr. Judge was found
to have been seriously injured, his collar
oone having been broken and a rib frac
lured. His condition is regarded as ei-
remely critical, the chances being against
Mrs. Judge was about fifty years of
ge and leaves five children: Mrs. Peter
Philebsr, of Moline; John, of Leaven
worth; Thomas, of Kansas City, and
Miles Jr., and Katie living at home.
Ktverview t'ouotry Club 'a Opealag
The opening of Riverview Country j
jlub on Wednesday promises to be an oc-
asion of great interest and pleasure, and
many will doubtless attend from this
ity. The programme provides for both
afternoon and evening entertainment.
Strasser's Second Regiment band and or-
hestra will be present and the pros
Ipm Gentlemen's driving race.
P. n Bicycle race.
!l. m Concert
If p. ni Dancing.
The driving race Is for roadsters
free for all. Gentlemen driving their
iwn horses in anything except sulkies,
paying a small entrance fee, stand a
chance of winning a silver cup or second
prize half mile race. The bicycle race
s free for all and any one wishing to see
bow fast he can ride, entering this race
)ne heat, half mile, small entrance fee.
-Hand a chance of winning a diamond scarf
pin or second prize a silver bugle.
Prizes will be exhibited in the window of
Clendenin's drug store, Moline, tomor
row, and given to winners Wednesday.
f enough enUr to make a race.
This drive is supplying a long-felt
want and the three cities will join in
helping out a worthy enterprise.
The Sidney came down.
The Mary Morton went north.
The Pilot came down with two barges.
The Jack Frost came down with three
barges of ice.
The Verne Swain came into port In her
regular Clinton trade.
The Libbie Conger takes out a moon
light excursion down the river tomorrow
The Oolden Gate and Libbie Conger
each took excursions to Clinton yester
Today s up-river boats were the Ten
Broeck, Ravenna, Reindeer, J. K. Graves,
Abner Gile and Louisville:-
The river is falling at a rapid rate. At
noon today it Was 7:60; the temperature
was 94 at the bridge.
Travel over the government bridge
yesterday amounted to: North teams,
483; foot, 690. South teams, 471; foot,
A new raft boat is being built at Le
Claire for Capt. 8. P. Van Sant out of
the old Wincna. She will be ISO feet in
length and twenty-four feet in width,
with a model similar to the steamer, J
W. Van Sant. The new boat is to take
the place of the steamer LeClaire Belle,
which will be wrecked and her machinery
transferred to the new boat. The Belle
is one of the oldest raft boats afloat, hav
ing been built at LeClaire over twenty
years ago. The new steamer is to be
completed by Oct. 1, next, and a large
force of mechanics are busily engaged to
have bcr ready by that date.
Fire at Hanptoa.
The residence of Ola P. Holmberg. at
Hampton, was destroyed by fire last
night about 10 o'clock. The origin of the
fire is unknown. Only part of the furni
ture and household goods were saved
Some extensive repairs had just been put
; on the building and the loss is heavy
! . . Annn ' I - .1 Til T .
aooui f auu insurance in uie xruoenix in
surance company. - I be bouse was alt'
uattd on the high point ot the bluffs di
rectly back of town and was built by M
W. Wright, in 1843, and was one of the
first houses built in town.
The annual meeting of the atockhold
ers of the Black Hawk Homestead.Build
ing. Lban and Savins association will be
held at the secretary's office in Bengston'i
block. Rock Island. Ill , on Tuesday
evening. July 15, for the purpose of
electing four directors for the term of
three years, and such other business that
may come before it.
J. M. Montgomery, Pres.
T. J. ilKDnx, Jk., Secretary.
ISLAND ABQUB, MONDAY, JULY 7
fwa tfitreet Car Eunpleyea ftaacaly
Haadlra by Haadlccaa far IMaekara-iaa-
Their llatlra Frapeny.
Two different employes of the Moline
& Rock Horse Railway company were
roughly handled by toughs Saturday
evening. The first was Nick Liveneer,
driver of car 27 of the red line and who
Was carrying a load to the Iron Moulders
picnic at about 5 o'clock in the afternoon.
Among his passengers were several
exceedingly boisterous individuals from
Davenport who had repeatedly indulged
in profanity to such an extent that the
driver finally quietly admonished them to
discontinue it as there were ladles in the
nr wherermnn the men followed the
driver out on the platform and assaulted
him He defended himself as well as be
could, and knocked two of his assailants
off the car when John Huntoon came to
bis relief and the others were driven back
and all noon fled. Liveneer received a
black eye. buf no other injuries. No ar
rests were made.
But about 11 o'clock Saturday night
another assault occurred noon another
employe of the street railway company
named John Arnell, whj iias charge of
the blue line barn, but who was acting as
conductor on car 25 of the red line, which
was bringing a load down from the pic
nic. Arnell had asked a passenger named
John Grimes, of this city, for his fare,
which on the car, being an extra, was ten
cents. Grimes refused absolutely to pay
and Arnell removed him fiora the car.
Grimes then became indignant, and not
withstanding that the car was well filled
with passengers, ran after it, burling
rocks and other missives at it until Hu
ber'a garden was reached, which Grimes
hurriedly entered, where he found several
companions and the gang attacked Ar
nell, beating him frightfully about the
head with rocks.' Arnell screamed for
help and Officers Hetter and Kramer soon
appeared and the assailants fled. Grimes
being soon captured, but none of his ac
complices have yet been arrested. For a
moment a panic ensued in the car, while
riot seemed imminent outside.
Arnell's face was terribly cut and
bruised, -while he received other injuries
about his body. That he escaped with
his life is a wonder.
This morning Supt. Scbnitger detained
Col. Curtis to prosecute Grimes, who is
having his trial this afternoon, while Ma j .
Beardsley is defending him. He should
be made to suffer the roost extreme pen
alty of the law, not only for causing so
brutal an attack upon Arne'.l, but for his
criminal recklessness in throwing rocks
at a street car full of passengers, and en
angering the Uvea of them all. For
this be should be made a special exam
ple of. There are classes of people who
delight in picking trouble with street car
rivers whom they know have certain
rules to obey, and which any man in Mr.
Scbnitger's employ is pretty apt to carry
out just as both nvjn mentioned above
did Saturday. The drivers are not re
possible for rules pertaining to the colt
lection of fares or the conduct of pas
sengers. Thev are bound to do as they
are told, and no good driver will fail to
do so. They represent a hard working
class of men who should have the sym
pathy rather than the antagonism of fel
Grimes took a change of venue to Jut-
tice Hawes and trial "Will be had at 9
o'clock tomorrow morning. Grimes then
went before Justice Cooke and swore out
warrant against Arnell and John Hun
toon charging them with assault and bat
tery near Sionctt's and opposite Ruber's
Sir. aad Mrs. Aadrew Ttaaaldnea'a
Hllver Weddlaz Aaalveraary A
Caoaiaa- Waldea Eveat.
The pleasant event at the delightful
country home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
Donaldson in Rural township on the
Fourth of July, proved a much more en
joyable and important event than the re
port in Saturday's Argus indicated. It
was the twenty-fifth anniversary of Mr.
and Mrs. Donaldson's wedding and about
one hundred neighbors, friends and rela
tives had planned an unique method of
surprising the worthy couple and of re
minding them of their estimation of tbem
in a manner long to oe rernemoerea.
. . i
They consequently dropped in upou them
In the morning wholly unawares, Mr.
Donaldson being at the time hard at work
in his rye field, and after making them
selves at home in which part of
the informal ceremonies the surprised
host and hostess, however, heartily
joined. Supervisor John A. Wilson in a
neat little speech presented to Mr. and
Mrs. Donaldson an elaborate silver ser
vice. Mr. Donaldson made a suitable
response in accepting the lovely and fit
ting gift, and then all sat down to a
spread which the surprise party had car
ried with it. The remainder of the day
was spent socially and enjoyably.
A GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. . Woodward, the
venerable father and. mother Mrs. Judge
Lucian Artama, will celebrate the fiftieth
anniversary of their marriage at their
home, which is with Judge Adams' family,
on Eighteenth street, on Sept. 21. The
arrangements are already under way for
the anniversary observance, and which
contemplates an occasion of double im
portance, the Woodward and Mayo fam
ilies joining in the happy affair.
XT. 8. Siohai Ornca. I
Washington, D.C., July T. f
For the next 24 hours: Fair; cooler
Order your tee creams and ices from
Krell & Math for your parties and recep
tions and then you will be aure to please
the palate of your guests.
After diphtheria, scarlet lever, pneu
monia or any other severe illness, there
is no better tonic than Hood's Sana'
Take your wife, sweetheart or daugh
her Into Krell & Math's and treat them
to a fine dish of ice cream or a rich glass
of lemonade. '
Economy: "100 doses one dollar."
Ment: "peculiar to itself."
Purity: Hood's SarsapariUa.
WHO MD WHY!
A Stranger Makes a Leap From the
Myaterlana Wrawaia la Hld-ttream
' Yesterday HaralaK A Yoaai Hia'i
As the ferry. Spencer was leaving the
dock on this side at 10:15 yesterday
morning a well dressed yonng man came
hurriedly from the direction of Seven
teenth, street along the levee, ran across
the dock and jumped on to the aft lower
deck of the boat which was then out in
the stream. Engineer Ben. WiUon was
on the alt deck and he did not notice any
thing unusual in the late passenger's ac
tions. Nor did Capt. Jos. Cameroa who
went around soon after and collected a
five cent fare from the stranger. But
when the boat was about one
fourth way across the river and
under a good headway, Mr. Wil
son, who was sitting on a tool chest not
far from where the man was stand
ing, observed the latter suddenly disap
pear through the gangway on the left
side of the boat and fall into the water.
Mr. Wilson at once rushed forward and
gave the alarm, "Man overboard 1" and
Capt. Cameron bad the boat stopped and
launched the life boat with Ship Carpen
ter Staassen and Striker Robinson aboard.
The ferry had proceeded a considerable
distance from the scene of the drowning
when she was stopped, and the life boat
had to go back a good ways before get
ting near the drowning man, who made
no effort to save himself, and sank before
he could be reached. A sail boat picked
up his hat afterward and turned it over to
Capt Cameron, who still has it on the
Who the suicide was or what was the
cause or motive of his act is a mystery as
yet. He was apparently thirty to thirty
five years of age, was neatly, but not
lavishly or attractively dressed, and wore
anew straw hat. He was of a sandy
complexion, but as he made no aetion
likely to attract attention until he went
overboard, he was not closely scrutin
ized and a minute description is impossi
Tenuis belts 8 cents at McCabe Bros
Regular monthly council meeting this
Calico waists 8 cents at Simon & Mosen-
Dutch blue waists 15 cents at Simon &
Mr. Abe Rosenfleld rejoices in a safe
return from Chicago.
Cambric waists 18 cents at Simon &
A special drive in boys' knee pants at
25 cents at Simon & Mosenfelder's.
Lundborg's world famed perfumes in
bulk, 25c an ounce at McCabe BroB.
Maugenet's triple extract perfumes In
bulk 16c per ounce at McCabe Bros.
See what Loosley has to sav about
Lustre Band in his advertising space.
J. P. Looney, of Ft. Morgan, Colo., is
in the city visiting his brothers John and
Mother's Friend shirt waists (with
patent belt) 25 cents at Simon & Mosen
The democratic senatorial convention
of the Twenty-first district meets at Cam
Ladies 50c Egyptian yarn Jersey vests
18c while tbey last at McCabe Bros. Only
a small quantity.
Mr. Daniel Mowrey.of Richland Grove,
was in the city today and paid the Argus
Messrs. W. S. Koowltnn, S. S. Kern-
ble and others leave for Michigan on a
fishing tour Thursday.
Mr. Bernsrd Connelly, of Topeka.
Kan ., ia visiting his parents, Msj. and
Mrs. H. C. Connelly.
Special bargains in knee pants and
sbirt waists, commencing this morning at
Simon s Alosentelders.
The Ansonia Clock Company's best
nickel clocks 73c, best nickel alarm clocks
87c this week at McCabe Bros.
Mr. Geo. Wagner, of the Atlantic
brewery, leaves tomorrow night for Col
fax, Iowa, for several weeks' recreation
The Central Presbyterian church will
have a Sundat School picnic at Black
liawk s watch tower tomorrow, going out
on the 10 o clock car.
The temperature is 97 today, and is ac
companied by a breeze, but without
wbicb. hot as it is, the weather would be
ust about intolerable.
Messrs. Albert Huesing. Geo. Savadge
and John Herity left for Milwaukee this
morning to attend the Knights of
Pythias conclave, as representatives of
St. Paul Lodge 107. ,
Simon & Mosenfeldcr are alreadv mak
ing preparations for their fall stock. No
summer goods are to be carried over, and
to make a clean sweep special sales aie
to be inaugurated during July.
Heidemann & Schroeder, two first-
class carpenters, have formed a copart
nershtp for the purpose of doing all kinds
of carpenter work. Read their ad in an
other part of the Argus. '
Ex-Postmaster James Wioans, " of
Hampton, has on his farm in that town
ship some of the highest corn that has
ever been grown in this county. The
stalks average six to eight feet. -
The Arics inadvertently mentioned the
name of ex-Policeman Wm. McCarthy in
connection with a Fourth of July saloon
row in iA issue of Saturday evening. The
name should have been Mulcaby.
Mr. Horst Van Koekritt. the well
known prescription clerk at Nadler's drug
store, lert ibis- morning tor Milwaukee
accompanied by his mother, expecting to
spend a week in the Cream City.
This morning Simon & Mosenfelder
placed on sale twenty dozen boys' fancy
cottonade pants at 19 cents a pair cheap
at J5 and twentv-nve dozen cheviot and
penang waists at 25 cents worth 50.
Two railroad men engaged in an ani
mated exchange of compliments near the
Rock Island depot this morning over a
discussion of the Catholic-Deputy quea.
tion. The men were separated before
the polios arrived. .
.Special sales mean special bargains
Do not let the opportunity alip bf. Tbia
morning boys' fancy cottonade pants at
IS cents, and handsome cheviot and pes
nang waists at 25 cents at Simon & Mo
senfelder's. Mr. P. L. Mitchell and bis daughter.
Mrs. Mary H. Wadswortb, leave for the
east the first of next week. Mr. Mitchell
will spend the summer at Saratoga and at
the seashore, and Mrs. Wadsworth will
sail on the 19th for Europe, expecting to
be abroad two months. ,
Mrs. Richard Torpin, of Port Byron,
formerly of Coe township, died Saturday
evening, being over eighty years of age.
She leaves a husband and five children:
Richard, in Philadelphia; Henry, at Fre
mont, Nebrarka; Mrs. Geo. Allen and
Mrs. Isaac Wainwright, of Port Byron,
and Mrs. Louisa Allen, of Black Hawk.
James-McMahan. of Rock Island, and
James Howard, of Davenport, assaulted
Officer Starofsky, of Moline, on tne syl
van island picnic grounds Saturday, and
this morning both were fined $4 and
costs in Moline. Howard is an ex-Davenport
policeman, and ia now deputy
sheriff f Scott county.
Mr. Morris Rosenfleld has written to
friends in this city from Wuttemburg,
Germany, stating that he is enjoying his
European trip very much, but neverthe
less is more than ever impressed with the
gloriousness of America and her institu
tions. The most distressing feature of
bis journey is no doubt that he has not
espied a Moline wagon in his pilgrimage
on the other side of the ocean.
Assessor Waters has completed his
1890 work in Moline. His totals show
the assessed valuation of lands, lots and
improvements in other words, real es
tate to be tl, 208. 425, and that of per
sonal property to be $495.489 making a
grand total of $1,763,914 the largest
assessed valuation they have ever shown,
being $114,436 over that of 1889.
That curse to all horses during the
summer months, the gad fly, has made its
appearance. It is a cross between a bee
and a hornet in looks and is quicker than
wink. When horses are in motion it
comes like a flash and stings them under
the jaw. Many a runaway may be traced
to tbem, as sober old plow horses are
made nearly mad by tbem. The only pro
tection from them seems to be to tie
cloths under the bridle.
Any one who has ever eninved a few
hours' ride on the water while the mer
cury was among the nineties will remem
ber bow. refreshing it was. There is
something pleasant, too, ia the leisurely
way we do things on steamboats, with
none of the hurry and rush attending a
railroad ride. The Broadway Sunday
school and church people think they have
laid out for themselves a delightful day
in arranging for a river trip to Muscatine
Mr. John Crubaugh arose at 4 o'clock
this morning and came up to the ferry
dock to fish. He sat patiently in the
bright morning sun for two hours and a
half, but "narry a bite." So finally in
disgust he took his bucket of minnows to
Kerr's livery barn, and went home.
About 8 o'clock Mr. Kerr took the min
nows and went to the dock and threw
his line in. In five minutes he caught a
bite and' yanked out a four pound sal
mon. Now Mr. Kerr will probably in
vite Mr. Crubaugh around to help eat the
Bah, but the latter will no doubt decline
with thanks, as be does not believe in
such confounded one-sided luck."
A Strike of London Police.
London, July 7. Saturday night the
metropolitan police of the Bow street divi
sion refused to perform duty, lecause one
of their number hnd been removed to an
other district for agitating the grievances
of the force. f-ubsequently the constable
was reinstated in his oi l division and tha
policemen returned to work, with the ex
ception of forty-nine, who still refused to
perforin duty. These latter were suspended
yesterday. The others worked Mist niglit
and were hooted by crowds in the street.
A Kana Woman's Cruxtde.
GlHAUrt, Knn., .rtjly 7. Saturday Mrs.
James A. Smith went into the Fordbelm
original package bouse and commenced
breaking bottles. When the agent, Gus
Stuiubarh, interfered she assaulted him
with a buiffry whip, striking him half a
dozen times before he ejected her from tha
room. He had her arrested, and f-he was
lined tl in the police court, the amount
bein? paid by the bystanders. Her hus
band has been on a protracted dr-k sines
the house has been opened.
In Memory of John II ass. !
New York, July 7. The Bohemian ao
cieties of New York held meetiuga and
listened t orations yesterday in memory i
of John Huss, their great countryman,
who was burned at the stake 475 yearn ago
on account of his utterances in behalf of
religious freedom. Contributions were
liberally made toward a fund that is being
raised for the erection of a monument to
Huss in this city.
Preferred leath to Capt are.
Bercklev Spbin-gs, W. Vs., July 7.
James West, who fled after shooting Wil
liam Tritapoe in a quarrel at Goshen'a
Grove on the night of the 4th, was discov
ered yesterday biding in tha woods near
his home. When West found his rapture
was certain he placed the barrel of hia
Winchester rifle against his left temple
and blew out his brains.
Heath of a Heroine.
Kalamazoo, Mich., July 5. A very sad
accident occurred at Martin ' Thursday
afternoon. Mrs. Andrew Bee, the wife of
the well known soldier who helped in tha
capture of Jeff Davis, was killed by ths
cars while attempting to save the life of a
The Cholera at Talencia.
MAMttn, July 7. The cholera epidemic
in aleucia has slightly increased. Eleven
new rases and three deaths are reported at
Kolova, and three new cases and three
deaths at Candia.
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleana perfectly and
leaves no odor.
Chocolate, strawberry, lemon and
nilla ice cteam at Krell & Math's.
A washwoman wanted
at the Rock
IK iCMl or .
1200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interest 7 per cent semi annually, collected and
remitted tree ot cnarge.
E. W. HURST,
- Attorney at Law r
Booms S and 4 Masonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.'
Lloyd & Stewart,
BOCK IBL.ASD, ILL.
Spring Styles now Ready.
WBITB WOLF ROBK AND
1 -1K.-1 rJ hl rtatha
Finder will be re
warded at a bod office. -
YOU WILL FIND
The below mentioned Goods
Ladies' Ribbed Vests 8o.
Zephyr Robes from $3.50 to $4.95,
Challies, half wooL
Challies, all cotton.
Lawns, very few left at 3 l-2o
Princess Cassimere 12 l-2c.
Summer Beiges, double fold, 12Mc
Challies, all wool
Chemisettes, new styles, rolling col
Paisley Twills, stripes, imitating
wool tennis flannels, 19c.
Rock Island. Illinois.
I Furniture and CarpetDealers
Have the largest establishment West of Chicago.
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEM ANN & SflLZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nob. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street
IT. C. HOPPE,
No. 1808 Second avenne,
Proprietor of Brady Street
All kinds of CUT FLOWK
One Block North of Central Park.
The lamest la Iowa.
C. J. W.
Plana and epecificattan fornihed on all clnpf work. Alao aent of Willer'e Patent In
side Sliding Blinds, something new, stjliab and desirable.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
EVERYBODY knows what Lustre Band is. There is no ware more
reliable; free from erasing, toagh and durable, and at the same time neat
and attractive, it is and has been for many years, a staple article among
I have just received a large shipment, my own importation, of the "
very best grade of Meakin's English lustra band. I really haven't room
for all of it, with the many other new things I have coming in, and hence
I offer the following prices on this stock, cum. July 12th oklt. Re
member that after July 13th you can't buy at these figures:
Vegetable Dishes, 7 iiicb 18 cent each.
Bowls 10 "
Corered Batter BO "
Coffee Cnps and cancers 75 set.
Ditto, nnbandled 5
Corered Disbes, 8 inch 65 each.
Platters, 8 incb 15 -
10 " S3 "
12 ; 40 " -
" 14 " o 44
Frnit Sancers 50 doa.
Individual Batters SS - - .
Pitchers 41 M np
Plates, pie 75 " eos.
" tea .7.... 90 -
breakfast ; si.OS
dinner... . - LSO
TeaCnpeand sealers 1.30
Dittoanhandled , L10 "
These are sample prices; other articles in this ware in proportion.
Gk M,' LOOSLEY,
Crockery and China,
1609 Second Arenne.
lafOpen Saturday evenings until 9:00 p. m.
BOOTS AND SHOES. .
THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK
At the Lqwest prices in tne three cities.
PATENT LEATHER SHOES 'ST
For Ladies and Gentlemen.
ISpTanned cfoods in all colors.
An Encyclopedia valued at $8 00 (riven away to each customer bavins; $25.00
worth of BooU and Shoes. Call in and let us show you the book and
- explain how jou can get it free,
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr..
CENTRAL 8H0K STORE, 1818 Becond Atchm.
ELM STREET 8HOS STORK, .
MM Fifth Avanua.
very suitable for present wear.
Lawn Tennis Flannels,
Ladies' "Victoria Laundered Shirts,
cool and stylish, what are left will be
closed at reduced prices.
Just in, new silver and gold head
Umbrellas, $1.47, $1.57 gloria silk.
28 inch, extra values.
Rook Island, III.
US constantly on band.
408 Brady Smet