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Ansonia Co's best nickel 30 hours
time, at-73o. 73c. 73c
Ansonia Clock Co's very best nickel
clocks, with alarm attachment only
Lot of those ladies' Jersey ribbed vests,
pure Egyptian yarn produced to sell at
50c. We have had one case 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
1 8o while they last.
Tennis belts 8o, 8o, 8c-
In leather belts which we are selling
Our white goods department has
been the scene of great activity for the
past few weeks- We claim to have the
best bargains in this department shown
in the west-
Our regular July mark down all through the house begins this week.
fcariy callers get the pick-
1712. 1714. 1716.
Containing 12S1 pases-leather
We v ill Issue a 5 CO ticket pood for one
whenever yon come to either of our stores we
future cash purchases nntil they anionnt to 120
Although many bnndred dollars' worth of
practically to a discount and saving to yon of
hold our prices as low if not lower than ever.
We will try and save you many dollars In
fair dealing we will merit your patronage. Do
1725 SECOND AVENUE,
Nut door to Cramptou'a Bookstore, (up stairs.)
Tne public Is cordially invited to Inspect onr new Gallery, the finest West of Chicago
without any exception. We have the only Camera in this vicinity large enough to make life
size Photographs direct. We have the ODly Gallery in this cily which is first-class In all Ita
appointments. In fuel it contains more Instruments, Back Grounds, Photographic Furniture,
etc., than al! the other Galleries in this city combined. We have a reputation of the highest
order and also the ability and determination to sustain it.
r. . '-: . -.-1 A - ... f"1 .
IV ALL PAPER COMPANY
312, 314 Twentieth St.,
And Postoffice Block, Moline.
FINE WALL PAPER Exclusive agents for the following sir largest Wall Paper
Factories: Hlre & Sou, Jane way & Co., Robert S. Uobbs & Co., Kevins & Uaviland, New
Yorfr Wall Paper Co.. and Hobert Oraves 4 Co.
SEE:U fPKCIAuS-Which includes all the Art papers. Prices from 10 to 30 per cent
below o her dealers.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
For the cure of all disorders of
I 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
we give away a sample package FREE. Call and get one.
Regular Size 25c a Bottle.
T. H. THOMAS,
Druggist, Rock Island.
: ; I
. We open a full line of the celebrated
triple extract odors made by
LEON MAUGENET & CO.
at 16c 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 peitfames 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 odors are
the very best in the market. Make a
note of the fact that we sell these su
perior goods at only 25c per ounce-
1718. 1720 and 1722 Second Avknck.
year. By bringing this ticket with you
will register thereon the amounts and yonr
00 and we will then give you the above
these books will he given away, amounting
35 per cent on yonr puichases, we will still
t' f tnre, and belle e by enterprise and
not fail to take-advantage of this free gift.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1703 Second Avenue.
the Liver, Kidney and Stomach.
THE ROCK ISLAND AJIGUS, TUESDAY, JULY 8. 190.
The Democratic Senatorial Convn
vention at Cambridge-
THREE K0D HEN NOMINATED.
K. It. Iltnmaa for Senator, an
A.WllaoB and We. W. Tlataa for
Special to the .A bgcs.
Cambridge, Jul; 8 The democratic
convention for tbe Twenty-first district
was called to order by Wm. McEoiry,
chairman of tbe senatorial committee.
R. H. Hinman, of Henry county, was
elected chairman, and T. J. Medill, Jr.,
of Rock Island, secretary.
R. H. Hinman, of Cambridge, was
nominated for state senator. John A.
Wilson, of Rural, Rock Island county,
and Geo. W. Vinton, of Moline, were
both nominated for the legislature.
Tbe nomination for senator is an ex
ceedingly fortunate one. Tbe nominee
is one of tbe representative democrats of
Henry county and bis earnest efforts in
behalf of tariff reform have made bim
very pqpulsr among the farmers. Tbe
strength of the legislative ticket is known
t) Rock Island county democrats.
A START MADK.
The t'uy Coanril Make a Determined
Move Toward the Paid Fire Depart
ment The Home Ordered.
The city council al its meeting last
night approved tbe preliminary sketches
of Architect D. S. Schureman for the
building to be erected on Flatiron square
for the fire department, and which is to
be tbe initiative towards a paid and
properly disciplined Bervio. Tbe coun
cil was much pleased with Mr. Schure
man's plans, and instructed him to per
fect them st once. Tbe building is to
lost $3,000, and will be of brick, two
ntories high, with slate roof, with forty
foot gable, the dimensions being forty by
Heventy feet. The first floor is to be ar-
anged for the accommodation of the
hook and ladder truck, an engine, a hose
wagon, tbe chief's buggy and fire horses.
On tbe . second floor will be accommo
dations for tbe electric alarm batteries,
ftc.J besides dormitories, chief's office
t.nd repair room.
By tbe time tbe building is completed
the city will have arranged for an elec
tric alarm and at least one paid company
and perhaps two to' occupy it and
then Rock Island will have commenced
ta provide itself with the system of fire
protection that most other ciiiea the size
c f Rock Island have had long ago.
Tbe tax payer who gazes over the ie
I ort of the expenditures for the volunteer
department as shown in tbe records of
litst night's meeting, will welcome tbe day
hen that money goes into the pockets of
paid firemen and for tbe maintenance of
a permanent fire service always on hand
aid always reliable.
At tbe silver wedding of Mr. and Mrs.
Andrew Donaldson, at Rural, on tbe
Fourth, one of the br'ghtest and happiest
children of the occasion was Mr. and
Mrs. Donaldson's eight year old daughter
Maud. This morning came tbe sad and
abounding tews to County Clerk Don
aldson that Maud was dead. She was
taken with cholera morbus Sunday and
Ian night she died. She was a lovely
cl.il J, tbe pride of her parents, and a fa
vorite in tbe township wherein she bad
a! ways lived. The funeral will be held at
Mr. Donaldson's home in Rural at 10
o'clock tomorrow morning.
Katie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. An
drm Hermann, Jr., living on Thirteeth
avenue, died at 4:20 yester lay afternoon
of brain fever, aged 3 years and 9
months. Tbe child was unusually bright,
and her death is a great blow to her par-
en s. the funeral will be held at 10
o'clock tomorrow morning, Revs. Mais
qu a and Mennicke, officiating.
Mrs. Lydia Creigbton. the oldest mem
ber of tbe Second Presbyterian church,
an 1 a will known resident of Pontotoc
street, died Ibis morning. She was the
mr ther of the late Dr. Robert Creiithton,
foimerly a well known physician of this
city. She leaves a number of children
and grandchildren. Memphis Commer
Mrs. Creighton was aged 85'Jyears and
8 months, and bad relatives in Rock Is
Chas. Brown assaulted and insulted
John Bruen on Market square this morn
ing, and Marshall Miller pulled off his
cost and rushed the assailant to the ar
The case of the Moline & Rock Island
Str eet Railway company and John Arnell
against John Grimes was continued be
fore Justice Hawea this morning until
tomorrow morning, and the case of
Grines against Huntoon and Arnell be
fore Justice Cook were continued to the
salt e time.
7 Charles H Patch to Edward D Rine
har, part lot 10, block 2. Edwards' ad,
7 Estate of John H. Little. Letters
of administration issued to John D. Lit
tle. Bond filed and approved.
Estate of Christian Dorbeck. Petition
to s :11 real estate to pay debts. Assent
of widow to sale of dower and homestead
rights filed. Hearing and decree of sale.
River Klpleto. .
Tbe Pilot went up with two barges.
Tie Abner Gile brought down eight
strirgs of logs.
Tie Libbie Conger takes out a moon
light, excursion this evening.
Tbe stage of the water was 7:10 at
noon; tbe temperature on the bridge was
The annual meeting of the stockhold
ers if tbe Black Hawk Homestead.Build
ing. Loan and Saving association will be
held at the secretary's office in Ben gs ton's
bloci, Rock Island, 111, on Tuesday
evening, July 19, for tbe purpose of
elect ing four directors for the term of
tbrei) years, and such other business that
may come before it.
J. M. Montgomery, Pres.
T. J. Medill, Jr., Secretary.
"Lt home" Saturday.
THE SAVINGS BANK.
Formal Op-nlaff el the Stw Financial
Raterprtae for Bnaineno A TJaefe!
The Rock Island Sayings bank formal
ly opened its doors to business this morn
ing, space having as heretofore men
tioned been reserved temporarily in the
old First National bank room, at present
Mitchell & Lynde's bank, and which will
be occupied iointly by tbe two financial
enterprises until the new Mitchell &
Lynde building is completed. The final
details required by the laws of tbe state
under which the bank is incorporated
were completed last night by Mr. W. M.
Robertson, a representative of the state
auditor's office at Bprirfgfield who came
to Rock Island for that special purpose
Mr. Robertson counted up the SlCO.000
capital Btock in hatd cash, examined tbe
records, and officially authorized the offl
cers to begin business, and henceforth
Mr. J. M. Buford. the cashier, than
whom there is no more experienced or
competent financier in the city, will be
found during banking hours in the bank's
quarters stated above.
The list of officers has been published
but is reprinted in a card elsewhere as are
other facts of interest relative to the rates
paid on deposits five per cent tbe ac
ceptable security, etc. Tbe enterprise
will prove a great advantage to all classes
of people-in Rock Island, especially to
our laboring men who may now invest
their savings advantageously without bes
ing obliged to go to Davenport or else
where. A MOLINE ROMANCE.
Which Waft Helped Oat by a Koelt
Island Paatar Ao Klopement.
Mr. Charles J. Dunn and Miss Ida B.
Perrin, of Moline, were united in mar
riage by Rev. J. H. Kerr at the parsons
age of the Central Presbyterian church
yesterday morning. A
The Ditpatch of last evening said:
Moline in order to keep pace with her
sitter cities has come forward with a sen
sational elopement, to which the promi
nence and respectability of tbe high con
tracting parties lends a romantic and
widespread interest throughout the com
munity. This morning Mr. Charles J.
Dunn and Miss Ida Perrin were driven to
Rock Island in a carriage and after ob
taining a license at the county clerk's
office they immediately repaired to the
Central Presbyterian parsonage, where
at 10 o'clock they were pronounced buss
band and wife by tbe Rev. J. H. Kerr.
They then took the ferry boat to Davens
port, and there boarded tbe noon train
for Chicago, where it is expected they
will remain a few days, returning to Mo
line, where the groom is a prominent
young business man.
The affair had been planned, just as it
was carried out, two days before hand,
and it is understood on good antbority
that the folks of the bride and groom
knew nothing of it. Tbe haopy young
couple were just of age, Miss Perrin being
18, and Mr. Dunn 21, and therefore they
had a lee&l right to wed without consult
ing parents or guardians. The groom is
too well known to need much of a biog
raphy at our hands; suffice it to say be is
tbe third son of the lateTbos. Dunn, who
was when living one of our leading men.
Charles baa been in partnership with bis
brother George in tbe hardware business
He is a young man of good social as well
as business qualities, and well liked.
Miss Perrin is tbe accomplished daush -ter
of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Perrin, of 528
Twentieth street, and one whom to know
is to respect and admire as a person of
very refined and sweet disposition. A
few weeks ago she graduated from the
Moline High school in tbe class ot '90.
and at tbe commencement exercises her
ingenious oration won tbe hearts of all.
Altogether it is a match that, though con
summated in a manner that is somewhat
out of the ordinary ought to suit all con
cerned, and it is to be hoped that they
will be forgiven for not wishing in their
timidity to reveal their closely guarded
secret to their friends.
A TRULY GOOD SHOW.
Wallace t ajonapaajr'a Combtaatloa
Which Appear la Rock Island Next
There will be no dearth of amusements
on Friday of this week, for on that date
Wallace & Co's. great world's menagerie
and three ring International circus is to
exhibit here. This is a show of wLich
we have heard much, and what we have
beard has been invariably in its favor.
Those who have seen it speak of its be
ing tbe best on the road, and say that the
performers are all flrstclaea. Among tbe
list ot performers we notice the names of
many who are celebrated for their pre
eminence. The Wallace show has come and gone,
leaving pleasant remembrances in tbe
minds of many hundred spectators. This
show has greatly enlarged and improved
since its last visit to our city. It bears
the ear-marks of prosperity. The per
formers are firstclass, among wbich may
be specially mentioned the trapeze acts by
the Fisher brothers and the human ser
pents. Sweeney and Barretta. Prof. Mc
Ewen's aerial ascension at 4 o'clock
was a grand success. After rising to
a height of over a thousand feet be swung
from bis air-ship and safely descended to
earth by the aid of bis parachute. The
descent was grand and thrilling. Tbe
horses and other animals with this show
are the finest in tbe land. Tbe? are fat
and sleek, and bear evidence of. careful
handling. A special feature of the Wal
lace show is the ease and quietness with
which all work about the grounds is done.
There is a total absence of confusion and
profanity, so common with circus men.
The employes are courteous to the pub
lic and toward each other, reminding one
of a pleasant family. Argut, Albany,
Death of mm Ared Reclaae.
Coroner Hawea was called to Moline
this morning to hold an inquest on tbe
body of Jaegen Ehleis, a recluse, eighty-,
seven years of age, who had been living
on a six-acre patch southeast of Moline
since 1859. He was found in his corns
field this morning, a hoe lying by his
side, and bad apparently been dead since
Saturday. He was born in Germany and
came to Moline in 1854. About that
time his wife left him and he disappeared.
but in 1859 he settled on the place where
be died and where he had lived In soli
tude since. The verdict of the coroner's
jury was that he came to his death of old
age and the excessive heat He leaves a
aon in Davenport, and beside bis little
estate, leaves $1,800 in a Moline bank
"At home" Saturday.
A PROBABLE CLUE.
The Identity of the Man Drowned
Off the Ferry.
C 1. Ecciestou, Chicago Traveling
Man, Who la itlasina Front the Bock
Island Honse, Aaawcra the Deacrlp-
Chief Clerk Bloom, of the Rock Island
house, has probably unravelled a part of
the mystery attending the drowning of
the unknown man off the ferry Spencer
Sunday morning, as detailed in last
night's Argus, and probably establishes
the identity of the man, and if Mr.
Bloom is right in bis theory, tbe case is
indeed an extremely sad one.
On the evening of the Fourth last
Friday C. I. Eggleston, a Chicago
drummer, who had been at the hotel be
fore, registered at the Rock Island house.
Saturday he told Mr. Bloom that
he had periodical seizures of ao irre
sistible desire to drink to excess, and
that be was then experiencing the
premonitory symptoms of such an
attack. He spoke of his repeated efforts
to control himself, but of his failure each
time and aaid that his appetite was at
such times uncontrollable. Toward even
ing Mr. Bloom noticed that Eggleston
was dissipating and by 10 o'clock at night
he was pretty badly under the influence
ot alcoholic beverages. At that hour he
said he would retire and started for his
room, but at midnight he came down to
the office again. He was not intoxicated
but he ehowed the effects ot over indul
gence of the fiery fluid. He 8ld some
thing about being unable to sleep.seemed
very much down cast and left the house.
Nothing has since been hesrd of him.and
when Clerk Bloom read the account of
Sunday's mysterious drowning in last
night's Argus and noted the des
cription of tbe man he made
up his mind that Ezgleston was the one.
He went to the ferry this morning and got
tbe bat from Capt Cameron, which he is
satisfied is the one Eggleston wore, as it is
not of a generally prevailing style. Mr.
Bloom does not think that Eggleston
suicided. He is more of the opinion that
in running to catch the boat he became
overheated and from his exertion, together
with his condition from dissipation, be
was prostrated and fell into the river. It
is doubtful if it will ever be known
whether tbe case was a suicide or an ac
The man's hotel bill is still unpaid, and
bis valise remained in his room until
Clerk Bloom removed it this morning. In
It were cards showing his connection
with Borden. Selleck & Co., 48 and 50
Lake street, Chicago, agents for Howe's
scales. This firm has been telegraphed
of tbe disappearance of Eggleston, and
bis very evident fate.
"At home" Saturday.
Nice cabbage at F. G. Young's.
Choice wax beans at F. G. Young's.
Red and black raspberries at F. G
Choice watermelons on ice at F. G.
You can buy the New Home machine
at the glove store.
You can get the White and Wheeler &
Wilson machines at Bennett's glove
Mr. and Mrs John Crubaugh and Mr.
C. W. Negus leave for St. Paul tonight
to attend the races.
See the Dimestic and Standard ma
chines at Bennett's glove store. Call and
see tbe best made.
Dr. Carl Bernhardi and D J. Sears
qualified as school directors before City
Clerk Koebler this afternoon.
An experienced hotel man from Lin
coln. Neb., is in tbe city looking at tbe
Harper with a view of leasing it.
The will of the late John McConnell,
of Bowline, waa probated today. He
bequeaths f 4.500 to tbe cause of foreign
Mrs Carl and Mrs. Beseckey, of De
troit, who have been at the home of Jas.
Carlson, on Fourth avenue, leave this
eyening for home.
Strasser's string band will give a sec
ond subscription concert at Hincher's
garden next Thursday evening. July 10.
A general invitation is extended to the
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Sudlow accompa
nied by Davenport friends, left for tbe
pineries on tbe steamer Eclipse yester
day, expecting to be gone until tbe boat
Aid. and Mrs. Joseph Geiger have wel
corned a son. and the able Third ward
member of the city council is passing
some of his finest brands around among
his friends today.
Rev. G. W. Gue hopes to have bis
Sunday school in tbe new First M. E.
church one week from next Sunday, which
will be one year exactly from tbe time
the congregation assembled in the old
church for the last time.
Tbe condition of Miles Judge, of Milan.
who nearly lost bis life in a runaway ac
cident yesterday at tbe same time bis
wire was killed, is reported somewhat im
proved today and there are strong hopes
of his recovery. Tbe funeral of Mrs.
Judge will be held from St. Joseph's
church, this city, at 8 o clock tomorrow
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Potter, of Buffalo
Prairie, are visiting with Mr. George
Sanderson and family, of South Rock
Island. Messrs. Potter and Sanderson
were raised together near New Haven,
Conn., and the latter part ot the month
they intend to make a trip together to
their old borne, to which event they are
looking forward with much pleasure.
Miss Hattie Chopper, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Ed. Cropper, of this city, as
sumes the most prominent and difficult
character, in tbe operetta, "Little Bo
Peep," to be given for the benefit of tbe
Lendsa-Hatxl. club at tbe Grand opra
bouse,. Davenport, tomorrow night.
There are to lie forty children in tbe
caste, and little Miss Ctopper is the
Mr. J. P. Looney, the former chief
train dispatcher of the R. I. & P. road,
who baa been at Fort Morgan, Col., for
several years, and is now visiting here, is
engaged in varied pursuit! in the new
west and is succeeding in alL Besides
running a ranch and dealing in real ea
tate, he is conducting a newspaper the
Morgan County JRTsim and making it
hum at that. "
Conductor C. C. Parker, of the C . B.
& Q , who has had charge of a passen
ger train between Rock Island and St.
Louis for two months, baa been sues
ceeded by Conductor L. M. Studevin.who
makes his Brat trip tonight. Mr. Parker
is very popular in Rock Island, having
lust moved bis family bere irom Hiatus-
town, and tbe announcement of tbe
change in his arrangements will be re
ceived with much regret.
W. C. Cramer, baggageman between
Rock Island and St. Louis on the a.
& Q.. had an unfortunate experience
with a Doe dog belonging to Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Adsms, who were coming up
from SL Louis last night. The dog had
been entrusted to Baggageman Cramer.
and at Rio Mr. and Mrs. Adams were od
liged to leave the train to get medical at
tendance for their child wbich had been
taken violently ill. and Mr. Cramer no
ticing that the dog was frothing at the
mouth and acting queerly opened the car
door to give it air, and the animal at
nce slipped its head through the collar
and started for tbe door. Mr. (Jramer
attempted to seize the dog. and it bit bim
on the fleshy part of the right hand, and
tben escaped from the car, manifesting
still further symptoms of tne rabbies af
ter alighting. Mr. Cramer bad his hand
at once cauterized by a Rio physician,
but is very anxious concerning the pos
sible effects of the bite,
- The half fed excuse for an elephant
which constitutes the entire wild stock
of tbe Jim Crow show wtich has tents
erected somewhere in the city was the
cause of a good deal of serious trouble on
Moline avenue last evening, being ap
parently of a hungry disposition to the
extent of viciousness, and the way tbe
show has of advertising itself is to lead
its elephant through the streets to water.
A horse attached to Treft's express wsgon
became frightened at the elephant's an
tics and ran into another wagon, tbe
shaft of which penetrated its shenlder
and it had to be shot, so serious was the
nature of the wound. Tbe same beast
frightened a horse driven by Eddie
Maucker and he was thrown from his
wagon and bis left arm fractored.Dr. Craig
being called to attend bim. The pro
prietors of this traveling fraud should be
made to pay severely for the damaees
tbey have caused, and no doabt will. Tbe
city ought not to issue licenses to such
Three Crews at the Waterworks.
At tbe meeting of the city council last
night Aid. Evans offered a resolution
providing that tbe waterworks commit
tee and superintendent be authorized to
arrange for three eight hour crews at the
waterworks, in pursuance of the action
of the last meeting of the council. Aid.
Kennedy moved to lay the matter on the
table, but this was defeated by the fol
Aye Buncher. Durmann, Ilttter. Tin-
dall, Kennedy, Thiesen.
Nay Bladel. Corken, Geiger. Evans,
Knox, Scbroeder, Larkin.
Aid. Evans' resolution was then passed.
"At home" Saturday.
Tbe grand semi-annual midsummer
clearing sale at A. Steffen'a. Davenport.
begins this week. Hot weather goods
must now be sold as they cannot afford
to carry these goods over nntil next
season, consequently they are making
astonishing reductions in prices. Special
bargains in everv department. Extraor
dinary bargains in white goods, India
linen, checked Nainsook, handkerchiefs.
printi d flannelettes, prints all fresh
goods cheap parasols, Renfrew dress
ginghams, the only genuine cashmere oms
bre in the city at half price, immense bar
gains in Turkey and red demask, a fine ass
sirtment of ladies' white laendried shirts.
Great clearing sale in their millinery de
partment; also in ladies knit underwear.
Another great tumble in ch allies at one
cent a yard. Gents underwesr marked
at prices that will move them all.
Time n the ICace C'ourwc.
CniCAGO, July 8. The races at Wash
ington park j-estenlay were won as fol
lows: Chimes, ' mile, 1:15'; Clio, 1 mile,
irtU; lirmie. l m.les, 2:20?i; Lf.ncShot.
1 1 lfi miles l:4'.i'i: MeMnrtry.l l-16miles,
i:.; oottf-ralt 1 3 IB miles, 2KB.
The Czar (iron ing Fnrtoaa.
IjOdox, .Tulv S. The czar is renresent-
ed in a dfc patch from St. Petersburg, as
growing more and more furious over the
3pen defiance of Russia by Prince Ferdi
nand, nml mime action in the direction of
Bulgaria is duily looked for.
An Opportunity for Salooniata.
IJOfiTON, July 8. Under the present stat
ute tne number of liquor licenses in Bos
ton is limited to one for every 500 of the
population. Iiy the gam in the census,
according to Supervisor Wadlin's report.
the police board will be enabled to issue
ninety-five more licenses.
The adiourned regular meetinir of the
TJ. A. O. D. will be held tonight.
Uknrt Geisler, N. A.
Order your ice creams and ices from
Krell & Math for your parties and recep
tions and then you will be sure to please
the palate of your guests.
Take your wife, sweetheart or daugh
ter into Krell & Math's and treat them
to a fine dish of ice cream- or a rich glass
Chapter 1: Weak, tired, no appetite.
Chapter 2: Took Hood's Sarsaparilla.
ChapterS: Strong, cheerful, hungry.
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
Chocolate, strawberry, lemon and va
nilla ice cream at Krell fc Math's.
A washwoman wanted at the Rock
'At home" Saturday.
in suvs or
$200.00 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 sod
remitted free ot charga.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Room S and 4 Masonic Temple, v
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Lloyd & Stewart,
BOCK I8LAKD, ILL,.
, P (I
Spring Styles now Beady.
YOU WILL FIND
The below mentioned Goods
Ladies' Ribbed Vests 8c.
Zephyr Robes from $3.50 to $4.95,
Ch allies, half woo L
Challies, all cotton. ,
Lawns, very few left at 3 l-2c-Princess
Cassimere 13 l-2c
Summer Beiges, double fold, 12Ho
Challies, all wool.
Chemisettes, new styles, rolling col
Paisley Twills, stripes, imitating
wool tennis flannels, 1 9c.
Hock Xslanda Illinois.
GLEMANN & SALZMAM,
Have the largest establishment West of Chicago.
DONT FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
INCORPORATED UNDER THE TBI STATE LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Open dally from a. m. to 4 p. m., and Svrnrday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock.
Five per cent interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security,
K. p. BKYNOLD3. Pres. ? C. DK5KMANN, Vice Pres. 1. U. BCFOED, Cishier.
P. L. Mitchell. E P. Reynolds, F. C. Denkminn. John Crnbsagh. C. P. Lynde,
i. 1. Bcimers, L. Bimon, K. W. Bant, J. U. Buford.
Jacksom HuatT, Solicitors.
CWWill begin basinets July 8, 1890, and wiU occupy banking room with Mitchell Lynda
nntil new bank is completed.
Proprietor of Brady Street
All kinds of CUT FLOW
One Block North of Central Park.
The lanrest in Iowa.
C. J. W.
Plans and specifications furnished on all elapses of work. Also spent of Wilier' patent In
side Sliding Blinds, something new. stylish and desirable.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
MRS. P. GREENAVJALT
1704 SECOND AVENUE,
Our Straw Goods, representing Milan Hats, Chip, Fancy Braids,
Leghorn Hats, in colors, also, our entire stock of fine Montnres,
Wreaths and Long Sprays at great reductions from former prices.
The remainder of our stock of Spring Hats and Bonnets, many exclusive
designs, are marked at about HALF PRICE.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK
At the Lowest prices in tne three cities.
PATENT LEATHER SHOES
- ' For Ladies
ISTTanned Goods in all
An Encyclopedia valued at f 8 00 given away to each customer buving (25-00
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 8H0S STOBZ, 1818 Second Arenue.
KLU STREET SHOE 8TORS1
tM9 Fifth Avenue.
very suitable for present wear.
Lawn Tennis Flannels, 10c, 11c
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.
26 inch, extra values.
K&S consuhtry on hantL,
408 Brady Street
D ATM POST. 10W 4.