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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1890.
JAHNS & BERTELSEN.
r, Tin anil
PLUMBING. GAS AND
and House Furnishing Goods.
CgTSteamboat and Distillery Work a Specialty.
1612 SECOND AVENUE.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL,
Contalulng lfcU i age leather
We HI iuc a K CO t'cket Rood for one year. By bringing thin ticket with you
wheneTer you come to either of our store we will register thereon the amounts and your
future csh purchases until tbey amount to fX 00 aud we will then give you the above
Although many hundred dollars' worth of tt ese books will be given away, amounting
practically to a discount and saving to you of 25 per cent on your puichases. we will still
hold our prices as low if not lower than ever.
We will try and save you many dollars in tve f ture, and belle-e by enterprise and
fair dealing we will merit your patronage. Do not fail to take advantage of this free gift.
1725 SECOND AVENUE,
Next door to Crampton's Bookstore, (up stairs.)
The public is cordially invited to inspect our new Gallery, the Bnest West of Chicago
-without any exception. We have the only Camera In this vicinity large enough to make life
sige Photographs direct. We have the only Gallery iu this city which is first-class In all IU
appointments. In fct it contains more Instruments, Back Grounds. Photographic Furniture,
etc., than all the other Galleries in this city combined. We have a reputation of the highest
order and also the ability and determination to sustain it.
I 17ALL PAPER
312, 314 Twcntictli St.,
And Postoffice Block, Moline. BOCK ISLAND.
FINE WALL PAPER Exclusive azents for the following six largeat Wall Paper
Factories: Blre Son. Janeway A Co., Kobert S. Uobbs A Co., Kevins & liavlland, Ke
s York Wall Paper Co., and Kottert Uraves & Co.
t SREiUi. WI'HC'IALS-Wbichinclodes all the Art papers. Prices from 10 to SO per cent
below o'her dealers.
j ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
- $2.50 Per Gallon.
1 KOHN & ABLER,
;ft Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
! MARKET SQUARE.
?For the cure of all disorders of
f They are safe, sure and pleasant and act like a charm.
I They have no equal as a Family Fill, and that all may try them
B give away a sample package FREE. Call and get one.
Regular Size 25c a Bottle.
T. H. THOMAS,
Pruggist, Rock Island.
'Snot Iron Ml,
bound GIVEN AWAY.
KINGSBURY & SON.
1703 Second Avenue.
the Liver, Kidney and Stomach.
A Rock Islander Who is Enjoying;
loeiAeataot the eea.Voynse from
l.rwYork te Snithhnipton-lHi-
8p cial Correspondence to the Akods:
London. June 28. Leaving New York
on the 18th at 7 a. m. on the North Ger
mt n Lloyd steamer Saale.we had a pleas
ant passage, reaching Southampton on
thtt 26th at 1 p. m.. coming direct to
London by special train. The steamer
accommodations are excellent no crowd
loir, large state rooms for two persons.
anl all being seated in the saloon for
meals at oae time. The service is excels
lent, and meals unexceptionable in every
respect the hours of meals being:
bnakfast. 8:30; lunch, 12:30, dinner,
5:80 and supper 8:30. A wind orchestra
pit ys every evening on deck, and a string
ore hestra after dinner, being two bands
qu te distinct from each other. The
usual betting ran high, mainly on the
day's run, other gambling being carried
on in the smoking room daily and night
ly, too, for that matter. An amateur
cot cert, with recitations, etc., by the pas
sec gers, brightened the voyage. Twenty
pounds were won by one man wno oet on
the number of the pilot boat at South
ampton. Among the passengers were
perple from all over the entire country,
though the German element predomin
ate!. The railway journey from Southhamp
ton to London was through a charming
umlulaling country with fort-Bts and up
land, meadows and brooks, lovely views
of distant and near villages and cities.
bot ses of wealth and cottages with tbeir
the tched roofs, outhouses all of brick
get erally built around three suits or a
square with high brick wall biding the
viev of the interior, cattle and sheep in
grett numbers, and grass green and lux
uriant as it only can be in this climate.
In London we find Parliament in ses
sion and the city fullof visitors.
"The 8eason'' the scene in Hyde Park
from 4 to 6 p. m. is unlike any other
pla.je in the world. The entire driveway
of the park twenty miles in extent be
ing crowded with an endless train of car
riages, occupied by "people of quality,"
coaohman and footmen in liver of every
color and style; Roller Row. full of riders
on horseback, men and women, attended
by grooms in gorgeous array. I saw one
carnage yesterday, entirely clos.'d, at
tended by five grooms on boiseback.
cro wds of people in the park seated
watching the majestic cavalcade. No
worder the people" grow impatient of
all this parade, when tbey see and feel
the awful burdens of poverty and dis
tress My friend well said yesterday, "Give
me America with its opportunities for
promotion and comfort even for the
poo -est if tbey are sober, honest and
industrious." I go today to see the pars
lian erjt bouses, etc : have already visited
St. Paul's, tbe tomb, bank and other
places of interest to strangers in London.
Tbe 'busses are more crowded than ver.
and streets blocked with vehicles. Year
by year this grows orse. Many changes
bav occurred since my year in London
soma years ago, old land marks being re
moved for buildings more suitable for
trad j, etc., but tbe people are the same
as ever "awfully English."
Yours sincerely, R. F. 9
Oirl'rtrk Hall Toiorrs.
Tl e Rock Inland professional bill play
era re making a great record Harry
3ige, who is with tbe Toledo American
association team, has been pHying in
every game two thirds of the time as
catcher, and when not in this position
he plays in tbe Meld, which is an indie
tion that Manager Chas. Morton, under
whom he baa played for tbe last five
year;., appreciates his worth.
"Putty" Zois, who plays catcher for
the Monmouth club, is doing great work
bahiiid the bat; he, too, has had the bulk
of the work in bis place to do. '
The sporting people and the gen
eral public of .this city feel a pride
in tt.e good work displayed by Sae
and Zeis. Harry Sage watched
Zeis ast fall catch a game with tbe Mon
mouth club and remarked that be had one
fault, apd if it was not for this he should
ad v a ice to tbe front and bold bis own
with the best of them in this country.
This fault has not dev.;lope.l this season,
and "Putty" is a winner.
Then there is ' Kid" Browner, He is
making a fine reoord as a pitcher for the
Sterling club of the Iowa anl Illinois
league. The "kid" is Pn fact regarded as
one of the crack pitchers of the minor
leagues of the central states.
A !rw tiiame llird
Efforts are being made to introduce a
new i;ame bird in Illinois. Last fall Dr,
W. U. Blaisdel, of Macomb, secured from
Oregon two pairs of Chinese pheasants
and t irned them loose. Eight years ago
the state board of agriculture of Oregon
imported from China eleven of this spc
cies of grouse, and with the protection of
the giime laws of that state tbey have in
creased to nearly a million. These birds
are about as large as a common prairie
chicken, of beautiful plumage, and their
flesh is superior in every respect for tbe
table to the quail or common American
grous). These birds batch three broods
of fifteen birds each per annum, and seem
particularly well adapted to this climate.
They furnish good shooting and are more
difficult to find than quail, pigeons or
The Only Explanation.
The Moline postoffice day before yes
terday received a letter that had been
mailed In Sweden and directed to a point
in Denmark. How the letter ever came
to be 'tent over here is a mystery, unless
it got stuck to another piece of mail mat
ter in transit. It will reach Denmark in
good iibape. though rather behind time.
The more plausible explanation is that
they have mail agents of tbe Harrisonian
civil Sir vice stripe in Sweden, such as are
respot sible for letters mailed in Daven
port for Rock Island, going to Milwaus
kee b fore reaching here, and letters di
rected in Peoria for Rock IslanrLreaching
their destination by way of St. Louis.
Tbe St. Paul went north last evening.
The Mnsser and Le Claire Belle
brought down sixteen strings of logs, the
Lion eight, and the Mountain Belle six
teen. The Kit Carson, L:zzie Grover, Joe
Long, Gen. H. F. Devoe, Husser, Le
Claire Belle and Jack Frost went op
The stage of the water rost to 6:10
this it orning, but 'at noon was down
again to 6.-00. The temperature on the
bridge at noon was 82.
RIVERV1EW COUNTRY CLUB.
Aaaplclaaa OpealaK of the Sew Itrtv
Idi Ansae neat Park Eaat or
Rivervlew Country c'nb opened its park
east of Moline last evenin g very auspic
iously. There was a large at
tendance from the tri cities, and the
occasion was very much enjoyed by all
participating. The programs as here
tofore outlined was carried ouCTexcept as
to the bycicle contest which was pre
vented by the condition of the track.
For the trotting race, there were en
tered J. Dilly. owned by Geo. Newton.of
Moline; Lady V., owned by Geo. Vinton,
of Moline; Lady B., owned by Chas.
Haskins, of Davenport; Mollie, owned
by T. R. Harper, of this city.and Dandy,
owned by Gustava 8tengle, of Rock Is
land. The conditions were half mile
trot, best two'Sn three, and Rock Iclond
carried off all the honors. Dandy won
the first and third heat and first prize,
and Mollie won second prize. Tbe
winning time was 1:33 and 1:29. Dandy
was sired by the well known stallion
Walter McGregor, formerly owned by
Walter Dauber, and Mr. Btengle. who
has owned the animal but a short time,
feels that he has a jewel in the way of
horse flesh, and his pride is amply justi
fied. The pacing race was won by Jewel
owned by Chas. Haskins, of Molise.
whose half mile time in winning heats
the second and third was 1:33 and 1:3V
A concert by Schillinger's orchestra
followed, after which the dancing floor
was occupied for several hours by the
society young people of the three cities.
It was a deliehtful evening indeed.
A REMEDY SUGGESTED.
Health Comnatanlaarr Eyater'a flan
rorWiplac OattkeliSwrr Hleaxh.
At the last meeting of tbe city council
Health Comm'esioner Eyster in compli
ance with the council's resolution sub
mitted a communication on the best
method of wiping out the lower slough.
The remedy is apparently practicable,
and tbe commissioner's communication
is published in full:
To the Honoiable. the Mayor and City Council:
Gentlemen: Pursuant to the resolu
tion adopted by your honorable body at
its last regular meeting, I have examined
that portion of the city commonly known
as the lower slough lying west of Eighth
street, and between Ninth-and-a-half
and Eleventh avenues, ex
tending to Fifth street. This section
consists of a sort of ravine, which
in wet weather carries off a large surface
drainage from the east of Ninth street,
which enters it through the Ninth street,
culvert. Stagnant water stands in it most
of tbe time, which is rendered foul by
drainage into it of stable and house waste
and more or less privy vault matter from
adjacent property. There is no doubt
hut that tbe miasma arising from it con
taminates tbe atmosphere to a greater or
less extent. Its abatement would cer
tainly be conducive to better health in
that portion of the city. To accomplish
this purpose tbe only successful means, I
tbink, would be tbe passage of an ordi
nance condemning the lots as a nuisance
and ordering them filled to a sufficient
height to overcome the objectionable con
ditions, with underdrainage by tile. I do
not tbink this would prove an exlersive
matter. Respectfully submitted.
. G. L. Eystek. 4 1
, ' Commissioner of Health.
The committee on legislation of the
Modern Woodmen met at A. O. U. W.
hall yesterday afternoon and changed the
name of the committee to the committee
on correspondence and decided to enter
at once into correspondence with leading
members of the craft in the grand juris
diction as to the object of the meeting in
Rock Island, and tbeir views upon the
Camp 29, of this city, held a meeting
last evening and endorsed all that bad
been done with reference to the Wood
men convention in this city and tbe mo
tives for calling the same.
The committee on ways and means met
at the rooms of the Business Men's assos
ciation in Moline this morning and ar
ranged to get out an advertising pro
gramme and received assurances that all
tbe camps in Rock Island, Moline and
Milan were willing to submit to a twenty
five cent assessment for defraying ex
penses. Arrentrd far EeabeMleaaeBt.
A sensation was created in Moline this
morning by the arrest of Chas. Lofgrcen.
paymaster and time-keeper at the Deere
plow works, for embezzlement. Tbe
proceedings were instituted on the
strength of a voluntary confession made
by Lofgreen yesterday afternoon that be
bad been misappropriating sundry
amounts from the pay roll at divers times
since last November, until the amount
now amounted in the aggregate to f 700.
He attributes his downfall to gambling.
He has been in his present position for a
number of years, having entered the em
ploy of the company when seventeen
years of age. His preliminary trial is in
progress before a Moline justice this af
The Franklin Hose company at its
meeting Tuesday evening adopted the
Whereas. It has pleased Almighty
God to remove from our mMst our
brother and member, Mr. Chris Leffler; be
Resolved. By this the Franklin Hose
company that we deeply feel his loes and
sympathize greatly with bis wife and
family; and be it
Betolved. That in losing our brother
wa lose one of our best and most faithful
firemen; and be it further
Ruoloed, That copy of these reso
lutions be placed on our records, one
sent to the bereaved family and pub
lished in our daily papers.
C. F. Bladel,
Tbe annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Black Hawk Homestead.Build
lng. Loan and Saving association will be
held at the secretary's office in Ben gs ton's
block. Rock Island, 111 , on Tuesday
evening, July IS, for the purpose of
electing four directors for the term of
three years, and such other business that
may come before it.
J. M. Mohtsomeet, Pres.
T. J. Mxdxli., Jr., Secretary.
Public reception at May ' grocery.
"At home" Saturday May grocery.
Public reception on Saturday at May's
The Citizens' Improvement association
Mr. Sam Heagy, of Hampton, was in
the city today.
Men's and boys' domet shirts 25 cents
at Simon & Mosenfolder's.
Thos. Keller and wife, of Kewanee.are
visiting Prof. John Biehl.
The Broadway folks and their friends
have gone to Muscatine on the steamer
Libbie Conger today .
Lost A red pocket book with black
robber band. Finder will please leave at
this office and be liberally rewarded.
Thomas Kennedy, a well known citizen
of Davenport, died yesterday, aged sixty
three. Tbe funeral notice appears else
where. The Yonng People's Methodist Alli
ance will meet with Miss Nora Frick,
320 Seventh street, at 7:30 tomorrow
The German Lutheran Sunday school
had a delightful picnic at Hincher's Elm
street garden yesterday afternoon and
The second subscription concert of
Strasser's Second Regiment band at
Hincher's summer garden on Elm street,
occurs this evening.
Rev. J. S. McCord writes from Ocean
Grove that he is gaining strength and
hopes to be on bis feet again and ready
for work in due time.
Judge Smith convened tbe long con.
ttnued May term of tbe circuit court this
afternoon, disposed of a few motions and
adjourned until tbe 17th.
Commissioner Jackson, of Spencer
square, has advices that the fountains
are ready for shipment and that the other
ornaments will be here by tbe 20th.
The trial of the' Moline & Rock Ibland
street railway rases is still absorbitg tbe
attention of Justice Hawes. Tbe prose
cution had just closed its side at noon to
day. Wallace & Company's circus and me
nngerie pitches tents in Rock Island to
morrow. It is a firstclass entertainment
in every particular and regarded by
re any as equal to any on the road this
Hon. Bruce T. Seaman, of Scott coun
ty, was yesterday nominated by tbe re
publicans of the Second congressional
district across the river for the empty
honor of opposing Congressman Hayes
for reelection to congress.
Mary E , eight months old, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. John Sboeffer, living up
near the Moline line, died yesterday of
whooping cough. Tbe funeral occurred
at 2 o'clock this afternoon to Cbippian
Wm. Ublemyer, who is employed as
first prescription clerk for an Aurora drug
store, missed the train this morning.
Billy's friends who have noticed his move
ments during his four days' visit to his
parents, say that if be had not been so
much interested in Davenport be would
not have missed conntctions ,
Today Mr. and Mrs. J. R Graham, Mr.
and Mrs. Nic Kuhnen, Mr. and Mrs. Will
Wadsworth. Misses Kiser and Gleim, and
Messrs. W. P. Kiser. C n. Hood. Ernest
Allen and J. A. Brown go to Moscow to
camp for two weeks and enjoy the fine
fisbing that is to be bad at that place if
all reports are to be credited. Daven
Tbe funeral of Maud Donaldson was
held from the residence of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Donaldson in
Rural township yesteiday morning. Rev.
J. H. Kerr officiating. There was a large
attendance of sympathizing friends and
neighbors and many beautiful floral
tributes. The interment took place in
Beulah church cemetery.
Tbe bar convention of tbe judicial dis
trict across tbe river the other dav created
a sensation by nominating L. M. Fisher,
of Davenport, and L. A. Ellis, of Clinton,
for judges, thus ignoring Judges Water
man and Howat, tbe present judges, but
renominating Judge Brannan, however.
It was the general impression that the
entire bench would be renominated and
there.'is much disappointment that it was
A pensus enumerator at Springfield has
discovered a case that is without a par
allel in medical records. A certain woman
in that city has given birth to five success
sive sets of twins. All of them are alive
and hearty. The medical books say
women seldom give birth to more than
three sets of twins at the most, but this
woman has set all laws at defiance and,
with a noble scorn of any precedent, has
demonstrated that tbe .achievements of
woman are not to be limited by any pre
cedent. Tbe Sterling Gazelle says that a shep
herd dog on a farm at Gait was recently
the victim of a horrible accident. Tbe
dog laid down in the shade under a tree
and wagged his tail against a long re
volving tumbling rod connecting a horse
power with a corn sheller. The tail
caught on tbe rod, wound rapidly around
and as the rod was so near tbe ground,
tbe dog could not be revolved around
with it, so the tail was pulled
from its connection with tbe back
bone, a very painful thing indeed.
"At home" Saturday May's grocery.
For this week at Simon & Mosenf eld
ers: Black cotton worsted kuee pants, 13
Fancy cottonade knee pants, 13 cents.
Cheviot pants, 50 cent quality, 25
Dutch blue waists. 15 cents.
Calico waists, plain, 8 cents.
Cambric waists, plaited, 18 cents.
Penang and cheviot waists, 50 cent
quality, 25 cents.
Mother's Friend waists, with patent
belt, 25 cents.
And many other bargains at Simon &
"Doa'i Care to Eat."
It is wtth the greatest confidence that
Hood's Sarssrparilla Is recommended for
loss of appetite, indigestion, sick head
ache and similar troubles. This medi
cine gently tones the stomach, assists di
gestion, and makes one "real hungry."
Persons in delicate health, after taking
Hood's Sarsaparilla a few days, find
themselves longing for and eating the
plainest food with unexpected joy.
Public reception at May's grocery.
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.
After all, the best way to know the
real merit of Hood's Sarsaparilla. is to
try it yourself. Be sure to get Hood's.
Take your wife, sweetheart or daugh
ter into Krell A Math's and treat them
to a fine dish of ice cream or a rich glass
Chocolate, strawberry, lemon and va
nilla ice cream at Krell & Math's.
A washwoman wanted at the Rock
Island house. .
"At home" Saturday May's grocery.
DEATH OF CLINTON B. F1SKE.
The Eminent Prohibition! Croaees tha
Dark KiTer Sketch of Hla LUa.
New York, July 10. Temperance men
and Prohibitionists all "over the country
will be shocked to learn of the death of
of Gen, Clinton B. Fiske, which took
place at his residence in West Fifty
eighth street yesterday morning. Mr.
Fiske died from a second attack of la
grippe, the first one having laid him up
some time ago. He apparently recovered,
but the treacherous disease was still in his
system. On Saturday he will be buried at
his old home in Cold water, Mich., and the
funeral services will be held Friday in this
A Itoay and ITaeful Life.
Clinton B. Fiske was born at York, Liv
ingston county, N. Y., Dec 8, 1S28. His
father was a blacksmith and removed to
Michigan If 1333. In 185a Gen. Fiske mad
his home in St. Louis and was an ardent
Abolitionist, being a worker in the "Un
derground railway" of antebellum days.
In 1801, when the war broke out, Gen.
Fiske enlisted as a private in a St. Louia
regiment, and soon became colonel of the
Thirty-Third Missouri. He was made
brigadier-general in 1863, and in 1865 was
brevetted major-general of volunteers. He
served In the army of the Tennessee until
the fall of Yicksburg and then in Missouri
until the close of tbe war. He was then
ordered south and was assistant commis
sioner of the Freedmen's bureau in Ken
tucky and Tenneasee under Gen. O. O.
Howard. . In 18A5 Gen. Fiske, who was a
strong Methodist, was actively engaged in
establishing the Fink university, in Nash
ville, Tenn. Geu. Fiske was a conspicuous
Prohibitionist, and in lS8d was the candi
date of the Prohibition party for governor
of New Jersey. In 1888 he was nominated
for the presidency by the Prohibitionista.
PYTHIANS IN COMPETITION.
Three Divinlona Tat Vp Drill fur Frin
The Supreme Lodge.
Milwackee, Wis., July 10. Six thou
sand people visited Cold Spring park yes
terday morning to witness the opening
of the competitive drills of the uniformed
rank of the Knights of Pythias. The Red
Cross divisiou, of St. Louis, was the first
to go through the manual, and tbey exe
cuted the commands with celerity and ac
curacy, and elicitil considerable applause.
New Albany, Inl., came next. Every
move t liey m.le was accurate, and they
were heartily cheered. Grand Hapida.
Mich., division followed, and as each move
ment was completed they were cheered to
the echo. Drilling will continue during
Kontine Work in the Lodge.
Tbe session of the supreme lodge was
devoted almost exclusively to routine
work, the only interesting feature being
the adoption of the report of the commit
tee on credentials, which sustained tha
claim of Ohio to three representatives in
the supreme lodge, that state showing a
membership of 80,000.
Three of the Crew Drowaed.
Rouse's Poixt. N. Y., July 10. About
8:30 p. m. Tuesday this place was visited
by the worst wind and hail storm ever
known, demolishing houses, trees, and
upsetting things in general. The steam
yacht Little Nellie was caught In the
storm in Iike Champlaia and sunk.
Capt. George Ciarke, his son, and Engin
eer Hill were drowned. Another man was
in the pilot house and went down with
the yacht, but when she struck bottom
he broke the glas and rose to the surface,
where he battled with tha storm for an
hour before he was rescued. At Bluff.
Point the hotel was slightly damaged. A
man named Valley was drowned in the
The Washing-ton Park Race.
Chicago, July l'J. The winning horses
at Washington park yesterday were: Pal
fiena, mile, 1KBK'; Labold, X mile,
1.-0; Oklahoma Kid, 1 mile, 1:44 tf; Al
mont, 1 miles, 2:H8; Al Farrow. IX miles,
l:r5; mile heats, Brandolette, 1:44, 145
first heat won by Long Shot in 1:43 V.
The Jipum Elect Fanner.
Sax Fkaxcisoo, July 10. On June 23
the firtt Section under the new Japanese
constitution for the use of peers took
place, soii-.e forty-four members being re
turned. Twenty-two of these are farmers,
fifteen are merchant- and only one a no
ble. The Michigan Wheat Crop.
Laxsino, Mich., July 10. The bureau
of farm statistics estimates that Michi
gan's wheat crop w ill be 16,851,540 bush
els. This is an average of 1113 bushels
per acre, or over 4,0U0,0lM bushels less than
last year's crop.
A Railway Taa Declared Valid.
Columbus, O., July 10. Judge Pugh,
of tbe common pleas court, has decided
that the new Ohio law taxing railway
property $1 per mile per annum is consti
tutional. Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
KENNEDY At hi home in Davenport atl:W
p. m. aiyTD, umu. 'roofflu Kennedy, afed U
j udcim KWHimrw morning from au max.
enerite' cburcb at 8 o'clock.
The new Pension Bill la now a law. This wul
benefit many old soldier or the widow, orphans
and dependent parents of those who have di;d.
Call on or send yonr addre to
H. C. CONNELLY,
Late of the 14th niinoU Cavalry.
Attorket at Law, ROCK ISLAND. ILL.,
who will assist yon and give yon all the Informa
tion yon may winh. Jul S-w3m
Ul SITHS OV
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times tha amount
of the loan.
Interest T per cant semi annually, collected ana
remitted fie of charge.
E. W. HURST,
Attobkxt at Law
Rooms aad 4 Masonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Lloyd & Stewart,
BOCK UhUD, 1IX.
Spring Styles now Beady.
YOU will FIND
The below mentioned Goods
Ladies' Ribbed Vests 8c.
Zephyr Robes from $3.50 to $4.65,
Challies, half wool.
Challies, all cotton.
Lawns, very few left at 3 l-2o-
Princess Cassimere 12 l-2c.
Summer Beiges, double fold, 12Mo-
Challies, all wool.
Chemisettes, new styles, rolling col
Paisley Twills, stripes, imitating
wool tennis flannels, 19c.
Have the largest establishment West of Chicago.
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZMAUN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
INCORPORATED CXDER THE THE STATE LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Open daily from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Svtnrday erening from T to 8 o'clock.
Five per cent interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal. Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security,
K. P. REYNOLDS. Pres. ? C. DSXKXAXN, Vice Pre. 1. M. BCTORD, Caahler.
P. L. Mitchell. E P. Reynold, T. C. Denkmaon. John Crabant-a. C. T. Lynda,
J. J. Rcimera, L. Simon. E. W. Han. J. M. Buford.
JicKaoa HcaaT. Solicitor.
fVWill tweia bntnea July 8, ISM, and will occupy banking room with Mitchell A Lymdo
until new bank ia completed.
Proprietor of Brady Street
All kinds of CUT FLOWEKS conauatly oa band.
One Block North of Central Park.
The laiceat in Iowa.
C. J. W.
Plant and ipecincationv fnrnlvhed on all claasea
side Sliding Blinds, something
EVERYBODY knows what Lustre Band 1. There u no ware more
reliable; free from crazing, toagh and durable, and at the tame time neat
and attractive, it ia and has been for many years, a staple article amoat;
I have just received a large shipment, my own importation, of the
ery best grade of Meakin's English lustre band. I really harent 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, csttl Jclt 12th oxlt. Re
"member that after July 12th you can't buy at these figures:
Vegetable Dishes, ? ibch
Coffee Caps and SADcers
Covered Dishes, 8 Inch
Platters, 8 inch
" 10 -
. " 1 "
Tea Caps and aancer
These are sample price; other
IVOpen Saturday evenlngeeintU 80 p.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK
At the Lowest prices in tne three dtiee.
PATENT LEATHER SHOES
For Ladies and Gentlemen.
tSTTanned Goods in all colors. .
. .' " .
Aa Encyclopedia valued at $6 00 given away to each customer buying $23.00
worth aL Boots and Shoes. Call in and let us show 70a the book and
explain bow yon can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr..
CENTRAL SHOE STORE. 1818 Seccwd Atcsm.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE)
very suitable for present wear.
Lawn Tennis Flannels, 10c, llo
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-
408 Brady Street
of work. Alao ajrent of Wilier Patent In
new, stylish and desirable.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
article in this ware in proportion.
Ceockkhy akd China,
1609 Second Avenue.