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Ansonla Co's best nickel 30 hours'
time, at-73c. 73o. 73c
Ansonla Clock Co's very best nickel
clocks, with alarm attachment only
Lot of those ladies' Jersey ribbed vests,
pure Ejryptian yarn produced to sell at
60o. 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.
Early callers get the pick-
1712, 17U. 1718. 1718. 1720 and 1723 Record Avbnub.
Containing 1481 pages leather bound GIVEN AWAY.
We ill issne IS CO t'cket good for one year. By bringing this ticket with you
whenever yon come to either of oar store we will register thereon the amounts and yonr
fat are cash purchases nntil they amount to f20.00 and we will then give you the above
Although many hundred dollars' worth of these books will be given away, amounting
practically to a discount and saving to you of 85 per cent on your purchases, we will still
hold onr prices as low if not lower than ever.
We will try and save you many dollars in tVe f rture, and believe by enterprise and
fair dealing we will merit yonr patronage. Do not fail to take advantage of this free gift.
Copper-Smithing, Sheet Iron, Gas and
Steam Fitting, Also Sewer work.
BAKER & HOUSMAN,
Opposite Habper House.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
For the cure of all disorders of
They are safe, sure and pleasant
They have no equal as a Family
we give away a sample package FREE. Call and get one.
Regular Size 25c a Bottle.
T. H. THOMAS,
Druggist, Hock Island.
We open a full line of the celebrate 1
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 Lilao
Violet, Sweet Clover, Jockey Club,
Ocean Spray, Musk Rose, Pond Lilly,
Yiang-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 11 not buy them else
where at our prices.
We also have a full line of the worll
famed high class perfumes made by
Lundborg & Co. Many ladies say that
Lundborg's triple extract odors arj
the verv best in the market. Make :
note of the fact that we sell these su
perior good3 at only 2So per ounce-
. KINGSBURY & SON,
1703 Second Avenue.
for the Celebrated
the liver, Kidney and Stomach.
and act like a charm.
Fill, and that all may try them
THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
Last Evening's Meeting of the Board
The New Director Take Tkeir Beat
Officers Elected aa CeaiMlttcea
Appelate- Other Preeeedlaca.
The board of education met in regular
monthly session last evening, the new
members, Dr. Carl Bernhardt and D. J.
Sears taking their seats. The other di
rectors. Dr. Geo. E. Barth and Dr. 0.0.
Carter, were present, Cpt. C. W. Dur
ham being detained by sickness. The
board organized for the ensuing school
year, with the election of the following
President Dr. Geo. Barth.
Clerk S. B Ketnble.
Treasurer C. F. Lynde.
Committees were appointed as toU
Teachers, Text Books and Discipline
C. W. Durham. O. Bernhardt.
Insurance. Furniture, Printing and
Blanks G. E. Birth. D. J. Saars.
Fuel. Janitors, Beating. Ventilation
and General Supplies O. C Carter. C.
Building Improvements and Repairs
D. J. Sears, C. C. Carter.
Finance and Auditing 0. Bernlimli,
C. W. Durham.
High School -C. C. Carter, G. E.
Mew Building- D. J. Sears. O. Bern
hardt, G. E. Barth.
Mr. Robert Rutet having failed to ac
ccpt his appointment as teacher of calis
thenics, the board decided to await sug
gestions from the committee on teachers
The committee on insurance was aus
thorized to act on policies expiring be
fore the next regular monthly meeting.
The recommendation of the committee
on fuel that the board accept the proposi
tion of the Coal Valley Mining company
to supply the schools for the ensuing year
at nine cents per bushel and wait for pay
ment until August 1891 without interest.
and that the other conditions remain un
changed, was approved.
The president and clerk were author
ized to issue orders as the salaries of the
superintendent, teachers and janitors be
The superintendent was granted a
month's vacation .
The tax levy for school purposes for
the ensuing year was fixed at f 40,000.
The second Tuesday in each month
was agreed upon as the dale of the regu-
The following bill were allowed:
The Union Printing company. $10;
Rock Island Gas company, $1; D. Don
aldson. $1;T. H. Thomas. $9 25.
The Harper Lieauiesl.
Negotiations were last evening com
pleted between J. E. Montrose, of Lin
coln, Neb., and Mrs. Elizabeth Harper,
by which the former becomes lessee of
the hotel for a period of ten years, dating
from Sept. 15 next. In the meantime the
house is to be thoroughly renovated, re
paired, repaioted, re frescoed and put in
the best possible shape from cellar to
roof. Mr. Montrose, who is an experi
enced hotel man, will refurnish a large
part of the house, and is in Chicago now
for that purpose, and when he assumes
control, will have a new house with an
old and standard reputation, such as wss
created and has been maintained by
From present indications, too, Mrs.
Harper will make different arrangements
for the lease of Harper's theatre than
those which contemplated it passing into
the hands of A. C. Man, that gentleman
having arranged to remain in New York
this winter, and Mr. C. A. Steel will
ptobably continue in the management.
The theatre will of course be remodeled
and repainted as contemplated.
Hew They Holt la Kalnerlaad.
"In Germany," says a sturdy and Intel
ligent Teuton, "the census is taken every
live years, and the enumerators cover the
entire empire in one day. The onlv
questions asked are in regard to domicile,
name, sex, age, and social condition. All
other matters are left for special agents.
The census is always taken on the first
dav of December.' That day is chosen
because most of the people are at home
at that time of the vear. Before that
day the enumerator goes around andflod
out how many persons live in each house.
He leaves a caid for each one. On a
card are printed the questions, the num
ber of the house and. district. A dupli
cate is filed in the central office. On De
cember 1 the enumerator goes around
and collects these cards. In this way a
verv exact enumeration is made, and
more exact at least than in this country.
The Milaa Read.
Receiver Fnd Hass, of the Rock Isl
and & Milan street railway, has about
completed most of his plans for tbe im
provement of the system which he had in
view as prompting his return from Min
neapolis. At the junction of the line to
the tower and the stub to Milan, a wait
ing shelter hss been provided for paseen
gers either for Milan or the tower, and
after tomorrow passengers for Milan will
not be allowed to ride up to the tower
without paying an additional fare, while
people from tbe tower to Milan will not
be allowed to ride down to the center
station without a transfer ticket from
Mr. Hass has also received a hand
some fare register, such as are used in the
largar cities, and with which the conduc
tors will be provided.
The relaying of the track running up
to the tower has been completed and the
line is now io good condition.
The Pittsburg came down.
Tbe Jo Long, Penguin and Pilot went
The Pauline brought down eight
strings of lumber.
The Jo Long, Penguin, Russet Hinck
ley and Pilot came down.
The stage of the water at noon was
8:50; the temperature on the bridge was
The Lizzie Gardiner brought sixteen
strings of logs, and the Bam AUee four
"At home" Saturday.
ISLAND ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, JULY
Farther Details of the urmofraiie
Catherine at CabrllKe The draft
The democratic senatorial convention
of the Twenty-first district at Cambridge
yesterday was one of the most harmon
ious and enthusiastic gatherings of the
democrats of Rock Island and Henry
counties that has been held. The dele
gates entitled to seats as shown by the
report of the committee on credential.
Rock Island County Thos. Lees, Geo.
E. Merriman, Geo. Browner, Dn w.
Gould, Eugene Lewis, J. W. Scott. E J.
Bauersfleld, H. E. Casteel, Ueo. MCixo.
"... . . . l-li w st
ney, S. li. B wiener, i. J. meant, jr., j.
E. Piper. R. S. Silvia, Jas. Cavanaugh.
Wm. McEoiry. Arthur Burrall, Thos.
Kerr. H. F. Wheelan.
Henry County C. H. Peterson, u.
Bassett. R. H. Hinman. J. K. Blisb.Cbas.
Dunham. Levi Higgins. Geo W. Phillips.
David Anderson, J. H. Erickson, W. R.
Tracy, Levi Waterman, M. B. rotter.
A motion by Mr. Arthur Burrall first
prevailed that it bo the sense of the cou-
vention that two candidates be nominated
for the legislature and after Mr. R. H.
Hinman, of Cambridge had been nomi
nated by acclamation for senator be made
a short but earnest and able speech ac
cepting the nomination.
Nominations for the legislature being
n order, Wm. McEniry named Oeo. W.
Vinton, and James Cavanaugh put in
nomination John A. Wilson.
Remarks were made by Mr. Blish, of
Henry, congratulating the convention on
the selection of the two candidates as
honorable men and men who had im
pressed them most favorably.
Oq motion Messrs. Vinton and Wilson
were nominated by acclamation. ' Mr.
Vinton accepted in a neat little speech,
as also did Mr. Wilson, both pledging
themselves if elected to support John
M. Palmer for senator.
On motion, the chair was instructed to
appoint a senatorial committee, and tbe
chair appointed L. C. Blandiog, of Rock
Islmd; M.J. McEniry, of Moline; L T.
Dimick, of Cambridge. On motion tbe
THE MYSTERIOUS DROWNING.
We Farther Cine as to Manday's) Trac
ed y. Though V. 1. EzKlestou In ITo
daabtedly the Man A Letter From
There are no clues beyond those pub
lished in the A rocs of yesterday as totbe
man drowned off the ferry Spencer in the
Mississippi last Sunday, though there is
probably no doubt that C. I. E'gleston,
the Chicago drummer, is the one. Noth
ing, however, can be learned as to bis
relatives as tbe following letter received
by Landlord Gaver, of the Rock Island
house this morning shows that the houfe
he worked for has no acquaintance with
his family :
Chicago, July 8.
C. G. Gaver, Eq., Prop. Kock Island
house. Rock Island, III. Dear Sir:
We are in receipt of your mess tge of this
date, informing us that you believed that
our agent, Mr. C. I. bggleston, was
drawned in the river at your place Sun
We know nothing of Mr. Eggleston,
further than tbat he is employed by us as
traveling salesman. We understand from
parties formerly employing him tbat be
is a single man. We do not know wheth
er be has relatives or friends in this sec
tion of the country, or where to find
them. We wait your further explanation
of the matter by mail. Yours truly.
Borden, Sklleck fc Co.
A mention of bis probable drowning in
today's Chicago Herald is accompanied by
a statement that be was a single man and
his services were very highly estimated
by tbe bouse employing him.
His valise, with tbe exception of a few
personal effects, including a letter from
sister, bearing date of 1886, at La'
Crosse, and a likeness of a middle
aged woman evidently taken many years
ago, and who is very likely the unforta
nate man's mother, is filled with papers
pertaining to his business.
Mrs. Frank Grant, of Davenport, has
missed her husband, a teamster, since
the Fourth, and she thinks the drowned
man answers his description, but she is
-The Hanged Jacket."
A few years ago a tramp printer known
to the craft as "Reddy," but whose proper
name wss Edward Caw berry, and his
home if he had any Chillicothe, Mo
while In Rock Island made the acquain
tance of Maj. Beardsley and one day he
wrote a touching original little poem in
the major's pocket court docket. The
major has now learned of "Keddy W
death on tbe railroad at Omaha and it has
recalled the poem which is appended.
Under tbe attending circumstances tbe
lines carrj a peculiarly sad sentiment:
Till BA6QID JACKET.
AHhongh I'm but a work In? man,
And lire by honest labor;
I will always do the beat I can
To assist a needy neighbor.
Health and contentment are all my wealth.
With honesty to back it;
Although I'm poor my meanings pnra
And I wear a ragged Jacket.
All men were eqnal born at first.
In this and every nation ;
The rich among the poor would be
Bat for wealth and education.
Bnt when we're laid beneath tbe sod,
IMth one hundred years to back it;
Where is the man can tell the bones
That wore the ragged Jacket?
Caaaty Coart Criminal Vanes.
William Rispan was fined f 15 and
costs and sent to jail for thirty days for
In the county county court yesterday
afternoon Judge Adams disposed of i
number of criminal cases.
Geo. Thompson, for carrying concealed
weapons, was fined $25 and costs and
sent to jail to work it out.
Mathias Matthews was fined $25 and
costs and committed to the charge of the
sheriff for ten days for assaulting bis
wife with a water pitcher.
Geo. Miller and Thos. Ryan for "Steal -
Ing a coat from the Golden Eagle clothing
store were arraigned. Miller pleaded
guilty exhonerating Ryan from the theft.
The latter was accordingly released and
Miller fined $1 and costs and sentenced
to jalffor sixty days.
Merit wins, as the marvelous success of
Hood's Saraaparilla shows. It possesses
true medicinal merit. Bold by all drug
FOUND AT BURLINGTON.
The Beaaalaa of Peter Holsaaaioaer
t This City. Voaad and Barlrd at
iiarllaatea-llew They Uere Idea
The Burlington Uawkeye of yesterday
morning contained the following:
Coroner Fred L. Unterkircher was in
receipt of a letter yesterday which leaves
little doubt tbat the headless floater found
in the river at this point a few days ago
is the body of Peter Holzhammer, a mill
band at Rock Island. Tbe letter reads as
"Rock Island. July 5. To the coroner
at Burlington, ,Iowa. Dear Sir Mrs.
Peter Polzhainmer lost her husband
some two weeks ago and tbe general
impression here is that he was drewned.
He was a band at one of our sawmills,
and on the day he disappeared he was
working on a raft in tbe river. Mrs.
Holzbammer called on me today and
showed me a piece in the paper which
stated that a man with blue overalls, a
colored shirt, buckled shoes, with 95
cents in his pockets and a bunch of keys
was found at Burlington, and she thinks
possibly the man you have found is her
husband, as the description answers that
of her husband quite well. She says if
she could seethe keys she would know
whether it was her husband or not. If
vou will send tbe keys to me by express
I will return them to you charges psid. By
seeing tbekeys we can determine whether
tbe .body was tbat of Holzhammer or
not. I enclose this to you in stamped
envelope. " Address it to me in reply.
Yours truly. E E. Parmbnter."
In answer to the request Mr. Unter
kircher forwarded the bunch of keys, the
knife aad the pocket book. He feels
confident that identity of the Btranger
has been established.
Last evening Mr. Parmenter received
tbe box from Burlington and the keys
were fully identified as those belonging to
the missing Holzhammer, who disap
peared Juce 9th, as recorded in the Argus
about that time. Among tbe keys re
ceived by Mr. Parmenter, as found on tbe
dead man, was one to the rope house to
the lower mill, one to the padlock by
which Holzhsmmer's skiff was fastened.
and one to the cabin which he had occu
pied since bis wife left him.
The man was probably drowned while
at work on tbe Ings in pursuance of an
occupation be had held for twenty years.
but how he became decipttated will like
ly never be known.
Tbe trial of the Holmes company and
John Arnell case against John Grimes for
assault, is progressing slowly before
Janice Hawes, State's Attorney Sturgeon
and Col. Curtis appearing for the prose
cution, and Maj J. M. Beardsley for the
defense. This afternoon John Grimes
entered suit in tbe circuit court against
the Moline & Rock Island railway com
pany for $2.500 damages for ejecting him
from Its cars.
Michael Larkin, a boss of stone
work, got into an altercation with J. H.
Losie, a hod ctrrier at Mitchell's &
Ly nie's new block corner this afternoon,
and Larkin hit Losie on the back of the
head with a rock, whereupon the latter
gave yent to expressions of profanity
loud and long.such as would make stones
weep, and Marshal Miller finally ap
peared on the scene and arrested Losie,
who immediately swore out a warrant
charging Lakin with assault. Magistrate
Wivill heard both sides of the case, and
fined Larkin $3 and costs for a sault, and
Losie a similar amount for abusive and
"At home" Saturday.
H. S Fairall. of the Iowa City Revub.
liean, is in tbe city.
Mr. George Hither, of Coal Valley.was
in the city today.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Nevins have a fine
new son in their home .
Mr. J. Kaufman, of Champaign. III.,
is in tbe city on a visit to his aunt, Mrs.
Morris Rosen field.
Deputy Circuit Clerk Johnson returned
to his desk this moruing, after enjoying
a week's vacation.
The condition of Miles Judge, of Milan.
is improved today. Mrs. Judge's funeral
occurred this morning.
Tbe hot weather is taking a short "lav
off," much to the edification of those in
dividuals who object to 100 in the shade.
A special meeting of tbe Schnell club
will be held tomorrow night. Business
of urgent importance is to be transacted
The Rock Island Citizens' Improve
ment association holds its regular month
ly meeting at tbe rooms in the Harper
theatre building tomorrow night.
Tbe funeral of little Katie Hermann oc
curred this morning from her borne on
blra street. Rev. Marquia conducting the
service and Rev. Barih speaking in Ger
Tbe Loyal Temperance Legion will
meet tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock at
tbe First Bsptist church. A special in
vitation is extended to children under
The legislative committee of the Rock
Island county Woodmen organisation is
in session at the A. O. D. W. ball this
afternoon. The name will most likely be
changed to committee on correspondence.
Ritchey & DeGear today received a
contract for the erection of the main
buildiog at the Orphans' home at Daven
port. It is to replace the one struck by
lightning last year and is to cost $29.-
The equalization committee of the
county board, composed of Supervisors
Fearsall, Hasson, Kerr, Schneider and
Elliott, met today to equalize as between
thetownahips preparatory to reporting at
toe board meeting next Monday.
Lamp & Newburg wish to announce
that unless the people of Rock Island
and vicinity show a disposition to avail
themselves of the benefit of a late car
from the watch tower, the 9:30 car from
the tower will be discontinued after Sat
urday, July 18. .
Messrs. S. 8. Ketnble, W. 8. Koowl
ton, Oliver Olson and Dr. Geo." Barth
leave tomorrow morning for Milwaukee,
wbere tbey will witness the great Knights
of Pythis parade tomorrow night, and
Friday morning will start for Tomahawk
lakes, where they will put in two weeks
fishing. . ' r . -
Mayor Weasel, of Moline. vetosd two
ordinances Monday night. One was tbe
Nineteenth street sewer drain ordinance
and the other the appropriation ordinance
amounting to $110,780 79. The latter
was promptly passed, the mayor's objec
tion to tne contrary notwithstanding by
a vote of 12 to 2. Moline evidently has
a mayor wno believes in the exclusive
power of the executive ia city affairs and
the council rightly believes ia sitting
down squarely on such ideas.
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor. -
Bowxixa, July 8. The late John Mc-
Connell was a resident of Black uawa,
though living near the Bowling line.
He was a well to do farmer, who had
created quite a competency as the fruits
or his industry, tie was a smgie man,
about f orty.fi ve years of age, and his
death was caused by consumption. He
was a republican in politics, and relig
iously was a Presbyterian.
There was a picnic at the residence of
Supervisor S. W. Heath on the Fourth,
about seventyfive persons being in
vited. Tbe day wss spent in games and
music. Tbe yard was nicely decorated
with flies. Tbe Bowling band furnished
martial music. At noon a fine table was
spread, and all seemed to enjoy the din
ner, as well as they did the games and
music. Ice cream and lemonade were in
plenty, and all went home wishing to see
the return of another such a Glorious
The rye is all harvested and in good
condition. Oats are turning and will be
ready for harvest in about a week.
Jim Doonan is slowly recovering from
tbe fracture received a few weeks ago
while pulling off bis boot.
The prospect for potatoes is poor, the
product being small and but few to the
William Adams is having rozk hauled
for the foundation of a new bouse.
The crops are all needing rain except
the hay. .
That Masratiae Exraralsa
Under the auspices of the Broadway Sun
day school will Heave tbe Diamond Jo
landing at 9 a. m. tomorrow, going
straight to Muscatine. Three or four
hours will be given in the city. Return
ing will arrive in Rock Island about 9:30
p. m. The Libbie Conger is a fine boat
and will carry a happy crowd tomorrow.
Coffee, sandwiches,- ice cream, lemonade,
confections, etc., may be obtained on tbe
boat. Fare for adults 50 cents, children
Mt. Lake's Heaplral.
The report of St. Luke's Hospital
June is appended:
Expenses Rent, $20; nurse, $40; ser
vant, $12; groceries. $14 41; drugs,
13.30; butcher. $3.15; cutting grass.
$1; milk, $5; total, $98 86; number of
patients, nine; discharged, five; remain
ing, four. M. C. Hoffman. Sec'y.
Kecurd of tbe Mercury.
Chicago, July . The weather was hot
yesterday. It was dangerous ia many
places to ask a inau: "Is it hot enough for
you?" Anions; the temperatures reported
are the following: Baltimore, 78X: Wil
mington, Del., 100; Philadelphia, 60 to
104; Columbu. O., 100 at 6 p. m.; New
York, 100; Peoria, Ills., 100; Newark N. J.,
105. In this city the highest -was 88, tem
pered by a fine north west breeze.
A New Kail way Incorporated.
Springfield, Ilia., July 9. There was
filed with the secretary of state yesterday,
articles of incorporation of ths Chicago
aad St. Louis Railroad company, which
proposes to constrnct a line of railroad
from Chicago in a southwesterly direc
tion to East St, Jxu1. The principal of
fice is at Chicago. The capital stock la
A Brilliant Turf Performance.
Monmouth Park. N. J., July 9. In the
first race at this track yesterday Bella B.
lowered the record for 7 furlongs on the
straight course, running it in 1:J3?V. which
beats iirittanic's record for that distance
by 3 seconds.
"At borne" Saturday.
The regatta of the Iowa State Ama
teur Rowing association at Spirit Lake
this year will be more interesting than
ever before, and the programme will be
fully carried out. The Burlington. Ce
dar Rapids & Northern railway will sell
tickets from West Liberty at a rate of
$5.20 for the round trip. Tickets on sale
July 12, 13. 14 and 15, good returning
until and including July 19. 1890. And
in addition to the regular train service
train No. 63 will leave Cedar Rapid?
daily at 11.25 p. m., and train No. 64
will leave Spirit Lake daily at 7:30 p.
tn., this service to continue until the close
of tbe sesson, thus affording all a chance
to Sunday at thisjtfamons resort. For
further particulars inquire of station
agents. J. E. Havneoan.
Genl. Tkt. & Pass. Agt..
Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
"At home" Saturday.
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
Chocolate, strawberry, lemon and
nilla ice cream at Krell & Math's.
A washwoman wanted at the Rock
"At home" Saturday.
The now Pension Bill Is now a law. This will
benefit many old soldiers or the widows, orphans
and dependent parents of those who hare died
Call on or send yonr address to
H. C. CONNELLY,
Late of the 14th Illinois Cavalry.
Attorket at Law, ROCK ISLAND, ILL.,
who will assist yon and give yon all the Infoima-
tion yon may wish.
is aims or
$200.00 and Upwards-
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interest 7 per eant serai annually, collected aaa
remitted free of charge.
K W. HURST,
Attorney at Law-
Booom S and 4 Masonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Lloyd & Stewart,
BOC'K IaMiAKD, ILL,
Spring Styles now Beady.
YOU will FIND
The below mentioned Goods
Ladies' Ribbed Vests 8c
Zephyr Robes from $3.50 to $4.95,
fine quality. y
Ch allies, half woo L
Challies, all cotton.
Lawns, very few left at 3 1-Sc
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.
1 Furniture and Carpet Dealers
Have the largest establishment West of Chicago.
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
INCORPORATED TJKDER THE THE STATE LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, TT.T.
Open daily from a. m. to 4 p. m., and Svrnrday e venires from 7 to 8 o'clock.
Five per cent interest paid on Deposits- Money loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security,
B. P. BETXOLD9. Pres. ? C. DEXKM AXN, Vice Pres. J. II. BCFORD. Cashier.
P. I Mitchell. E P. Reynolds, F. C. Denkmann. John Crobsnirh C. P. Lrnde,
J. 1. Rcimers, L. Simon. E. W. Horn, J. M. Bnfurd.
Jicssoa ft Urarr, Solicitors.
0T Will betfn business "3aj 8, 1890, and will occupy hanking room with Mitchell Lyade
nntil new bank ia completed.
Proprietor of Brady Street
All kfnds of CUT FLOWERS constantly on hand.
One Block North of Central Park.
The laraeat in Iowa.
C. J. W.
Plans and specifications famished on all classes of work. Aim arent of Willer's Patent In
side Sliding Blinds, something new. stylish and desirable.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
MRS. P. GREENAWALT
1704 SECOND AVENUE,
Our Straw Goods, representing Milan Hats, Chip, Fancy Braids,
Leghorn Hats, in colors, also, onr entire stock of fine Montnres,
Wreaths and Long Sprays at great reductions from former prices.
The remainder of our stock of Spring Hits 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 T:
For Ladies and Gentlemen.
I5J"Tanned Goods in all colors.
An Encyclopedia valued at $ 8 00 Riven away to each customer buying $35.00
worth of Boota and Shoes. . Call in and let ua show yon the book and
' explain how you can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.f
CENTRAL BHOX STORE, 1818 Second Avenue,
KLM 8TBZZT BHOX BTOBX
. Fifth Avenue.
very suitable for present wear.
Lawn Tennis Flannels. 10c, Ho
Ladies' Victoria Laundered Shirts,
cool and stylish, what are left will bo
closed at reduced prices- . m
Just in, new silver and gold head
Umbrellas, $1.47, $157 gloria siDk.
26 inch, extra values.
408 Brady Street