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Prices never before quoted on Goods
Commencing Monday morning at 8 I
o'clock we will sell
at 34c i box,
Lowest price ever quoted on above
; tif la. Tt is apirnowledfi'ed bv thous
ands of ladies who use it daily to be
the only preparation that does not
rough the skin, burn, chap, blister, or
leave black spots on the face-
at 17c a box,
Lowest price ever quoted on dove
powder-one-third less than regular
price. It imparts to the skin a beauti
ful transparent whiteness and makes
it delicately soft and smooth.
1713. 1714, 1718. 1718. 1720 and 1723 Skcohd Avenuk.
Ooutitiuing 1SS1 paires leather
We llliiie 5C0t:ckrt good for one yar. By bringing this ticket with you
win-never yoa come to either of oor stores we 111 register thereon the amounts and your
future ch purchases until they amount to f'JO 00 ud wo will then give you the above
AUhouxh many hundred dollars' worth of these books will be given away, amounting
piactlcally to a discount and saving to you of 85 per cent on yoor puichases, we will still
hold onr prices as low if not lower than ever.
.We will try and save you many dollars in tve f itnre, and belle e by enterprise and
fair dealing we will merit your patronage. Do not fall to take advautage of this free gift.
J 1725 SECOND AVENUE,
N t floor to Crampton's Bookstore, (up stairs )
.; Tlie pnllie Wc'irdially invltc l to inspect onr new Gallery, the finest West of Chicago
I. wlthont any exception. We have the only Camera In this vicinity large enough to make life
. ie Photographs direct. We have the otily Gallery In this ci'y which is first-class in all Its
i appointments. In fact 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 Iock Island.
HSfALL PAPER COMPANY-
I 312, 314: Twentieth St.,
j.nd Postoffice Block, Moline. ROCK ISLAND.
FIJE WALL PAPER Eiclusive aeenls for the following six Urgent Wall Paper
?.. Fsi'toriea: Hirae .v. Son, Jum-wiiy ft Co., hobert'S. lloblis & do.1, Nevins Haviland, iet
' X Vrk Wall Pap.-r ('., ami Kobert Graves t i'u.
J KICK i -IT., PK('IAL.S-Wliich inoludes all the Art papers. Prices from 1(1 lo 80 per cent
below o1 her dealeis
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & AJDLER,
. Removed to 2J8 Seventeenth Street
Xidnev and Liver
' - M
For the cure of all disorders of the Liver, Kidney and Stomach.
They are safe, sure and pleasant
I They have no equal as a Family
9 give away a sample package
shall place on sale this week.
SUN OR RAIN
at 04c each.
Full siie 26in above quality never of
fered at the price before.
SUN OR RAIN
at 72c cacli.
SILK, SUN OR RAIN
26 INCH SILVER HANDLES
at $1.22 each
Sold first of season at $190. All
fancy parasols marked down to close
One lot fancy satine parasols 75c
each to close. Silk Pongee Parasols
closing price $ 1 .00. Come early.
bound GIVEN AWAY.
KINGSBURY & SON.
1703 Second Avenue.
and act like a charnv
P4II, and that all may try 'them
FREE, Call and get one.
25c a Bottle.
Druggist, Rock Island,
THE ROCK ISLAND AUGUB, - TUESDAY, JULY 22, 1890. ' ' , ,,
That is the Council's Watchword as
to the Fire Departments
A Contract Let For tfceF.rrtla f the
Hou for the Mrt Paid Company-
Track ! the Vtlnlrcn te be Din
The Rock Island city council last
evening made a few more moves whicn
clearly demonstrates earnestness of pur
noae in reference to the abandonment
the volunteer svstem of fire protecitou
which the city outgrew years ago. and the
substitution of a paid and reliable service
responsible for its actions. The contract
for the erection of the new engine ana
hose house on Flatiron square which is to
contain the first paid company, was
let to Ritchey & DeGcar. whose bid
was the lowest at f5.fci.J7. out
that firm this morning advised the mayor
that in figuring on the specifications the
roof had been omitted and that the work
could not be tdvantaReously, done at
those figures. Consequently the tire ana
light committee will be called upon by
the mayor to act upon the matter as it
now stands. Some steps, however, will
be taken at once to the end that the work
of erection may go forward without dtlay.
is the council is anxious to contract tor
its alarm system and get the paid com
pany established without any less of time
ban is necessary, appreciating as the
aldermen do. the peril in which the city
is placed by further delay.
The council also sold the Holly Jjoee
house property on the corner of Twelfth
street and Sixth . aveaue to Mr. Hugh
Ralston for f 6e6. and the Rescue pioo
trty on Nineteenth street to Mr. H. C
lioggess for $560, and also ordered the
sale of abandoned hand carts and other
parspbernalia of the bygone volunteer
i y stem. The proceeds of these sales will
te turned into the fund for the establish.
cient acd equipment of the paid depart
OTnt.K MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS.
The ci:y further acted favorably on a re
jlution looking to timely action as to a
system of lighting the city when the
r resent contract for the towers expires.
sod also adopted an excellent resolution
presented by Aid. Evans directing the
marshal and police to report all defective
There were rome interesting resolu-
t.ons presented also with reference to the
eight hour system in the waterworks by
Aid. Evans and Kennedy, but do action
v as taken.
Conftintenry and Part,
The Union, which a few days ago had
le sundry civil bill with all the appro
priations pertaining to Rock Island safe
ly through the senate, was very en
lusiastic in crediting Congressman
Gest with being responsible for the
iccess of the measure, but now when
the fallacy of the Union' premature
praise of Congressman Gest is exposed
aid it is shown that the bill bad not
pissed at all when the Union lavished so
rruch praise upon him, and that when the
b 11 was acted upon the Rock Island pros
t ets fared the worst of any on the bill,
the Union sets up a whine because the
Argus has dared to blame Congressman
Gest for not accomplishing more in the
senate, where the Union bad placed him
And the morning paper now protests that
M r. Gest has nothing whatever to do with
tl e senate, and that all that it previously
st id was that the "senate bad passed the
bill which contains most of the appropri
ations that Congressman Gest had la
bored to secure for this locality."
Circumstances alter cases very mater-
ally with the Union, hut they don't with
tl e people of this community who have a
ri;ht to feel that th ir interests taye not
been properly looked after by Mr. Qest,
who, had be been a man of any influence
or standing In Wnshington, could have
pievented the bcksi-t which the viaduct
bill sustained in the senate through the
characteristic hostility of Senator
E (rounds, of Vt-rmont, as be has
always shown toward this locality
B it for Gt-sl's ignorance of the
actual situation and Senator Cullom's
indifference to his constituency herea
hf'tits, the Vermont senator would not
new have the gratification of having ad
ministered a telling blow to a commun
ty which is shown in this to be without
protection in Washington against such
The ladies of the Central Presbyterian
church are arranging for a moonlight ex
cursion down the river on the Libbig
Conger next Tuesday evening.
Missrs Lonie and Lizzie Weyethauser,
M ss Jones, of Hem York, who is a guest
at the Weyerhauser mansion, Mr.
Lf w and Miss Low. of New Haven, who
an visiting Col. Wbittemore'a family at
Rock Island arsenal, Miss-Morgan, of
Sheffield, Miss Hopkins, of Peru, Mr.
Boy don and Mr. Holland, of Chicago,
M s. S. B. Edson, Miss Agatha Edson,
and Messrs- Cbaa. and Rudolph Weyer
hauser and Ed. Dcnkman leave on the F
C. A. Denkman tomorrow for a trip up
th i river.
The excursion and, picnic down the
river, which had beep planned for -the
children of St. Joseph's school under the
direction of Messrs. H. C. Wivill and
ll nry Harrison, occurred today. The
little people assemble at St. Joseph's
sc iool at 9.30 and headed by Bleuer's
band, and in charge of the sisters,
F ther Thomas Mackin and Capt.
Gtealish and Messrs. Wivill, Harri-
80 3. Mathias Bchnell, Steven O'Connor,
J. P. Looney.Thos. Reidy, Frank Meenan
Wm. Reautrh. John Aster and otheta,
mitrcbed, u,p town to Nineteenth street
and thence to First avenue and to the
Diamond Jo landing where the party and.
otaers assembled there boarded Capt
Streckfus' Verne Swain and barge Little
Gate, and started down the river, the
pi tn being to go to Buffalo and back to
White Sulphur springs for dinner, re
turning home daring the afternoon.
Mclntire Bros, bave a new and reliable
kil glove cleaner; cleans perfect y and
leaves no odor.
WELL DONE, BOYS.-
Rock Island Turners Wta ITaexpreted
Hsaora la the ITnper Mltsmlppl
Feat at Davenport.
The biennial turnfeat of the Upper
Mississippi Bezirk closed at Davenport
last night, and prizes were awarded. The
Rock Island Turner society has taken
more than ordinary Interest in the Upper
Mississippi fest. The home society did
not compete with an Idea of receiving
prizes, but to assist the Davenport
bretnren in entertaining the large crcwd
that was present from distant cities.
The members of the societv beaded by
Bleuer's full band marched over yester
day aa stated last night and took part in
the procession. On reaching the grounds
the Des Moines, Rock Island and Stras
ser's Davenport bands merged into one
organization for the day, making in 'all
seventy-one musicians. This ombina-
tion of bandsVas the center of attraction.
After the day's doings at the park. the com
bination of three bands followed by the
societies which -bad engaged them for the
fest, marched through the city and
brought op at Turner hall, the headquar
ters of the Davenport organization and
where the committee in charge of
this pleasant reunion was in session.
After music, Mr. John Oulweiler, of
the firm of Carse & Ohlweiler, made an
impromptu speech, which was replied to
by Mr. M. J. Rolff, of Davenport, and
then came refreshments.
The members of the Rock Island so
ciety covered themselves with glory,
which was unexpected on their part.
Four prizes are their reward, towit:
Jacob Retlich secured first and second
awards in expert work in turning and
proficiency on the bats, while Albert
Eihl was the second best in the same
line. The singing society competed, and
a part of the Turner organization carried
off the second prize in competition with
eight other organizations of the kind
This is a high compliment when it is
known that they have been in practice
not more than five months, even
though under the direction of Prof.
Otto, of Davenport. Their friends
take no little pride .in their suc
cess. This chorus consists of the fol
lowing: J. P. Qhweiler, John Hoos
childt, Wm. Hoeft, B. Winter. E. Jacob-
son, P. Detlif, John Ohlweiler, Jr., Jacob
Rettich, Henry Ackerman, E. Dorn, Ja
cob Ohlweiler, Jr., Gust Stengel, Jr., A.
EUil, Louis Ohlweiler and F. Staassen.
Mrs. Ang. Herkert presented a but
tonhole bouquet to each successful
member, 'and a similar, but not
so nice an ornament of flowers, to
all members from this city who
participated in the fest. Rock Island
people rejoice with the membership in
their soccesi so unexpected.
In addition to the above, it is learned
that August Kruse, a member of the Rock
Island Turners, captured second prize on
the bowling alley, which mskes five
prizes in all brought home by the organ-
OBJKCTS OF THE MEETING
The Mpeelal Head Camp Netmloa of the
Modern Woodmen, nnd the Work
Oatliaed-Other latere! er the Or
der. The objects of the meeting of the head
camp of Modern Woodmen of America
to be held at Des Moines Aug. 12tb, have
been stated pub'.icly by Head Consul J
C. Root. The session will be to consider,
and if thought best, to also
adopt new bead and local constitutions,
fundamental laws, fundamental or local
bylaws, or general or local laws by what
ever name they may be called or desig
nated, for the future government of the
fraternity, to take such action or actions
as may prevail in relation to charter or
charters, incorporations or reorganization
of the head camp; to receive detailed, and
accurate reports from the bead consul,
bead clerk, head banker, head managers
and bead finance committee of every
transaction during their term of office; to
elect and install officers of the head camp
if vacancies are created or exist ; to es
tablish ratio of representation for future
sessions; to leyy the per capita assess
ment; and the call says to transact other
business necessary la carry out the ob
jecis and best interests of the fraternity
The taking of testimony in the case of
the State vs. Directors, Modern Woodmen
was commenced a week ago at Sterling,
before H. C. Ward, master in chsncery.
as stated before. The following witnesses
were examined that day: Dr. E. Mam-
men, F. C. Brayton, and C. C. Pond. On
Thursday the examination was resumed
and S. J. Caswell was examined in the
forenooa and at 2 15 p. m. Dr. McEinnie
took the stand and at adjournment at 6
o'clock had not finished. An arrange'
ment was made by the attorneys to meet
in Fulton in about three weeks to finish
the work of taking testimony. McEinnie
will be on the stand and bis cross exami
nation will then follow. Among the
witnesses yet to be heard as subpeenaed
by the State, are L. E. Fish, A. F. Mor
rison, A. W. Bastian and others. After
the prosecution closes the defense has
thirty days in wnipu. to take testimony,
and the several members of the board of
directors who are defendants will be pre;
ent as witnesses.
On Thursday of this week the meeting
of the delegates from the camps of the
Eleventh congressional district of Illinois
will be held in this city to take . action
with reference to the management of the
bead camp and the general affairs of the
The reception committee meets at the
office of Sheriff T. B,. Bilyis, chairman,
at 7:40 this eveniAfi- The com
mittee 'm composed of; T. S. Sil
vis, Alva Banka, Ohris Koerber, Jo-
KDh H. Kerr, H. Boll man. W.
O. Maucker, Joseph Qetemy. N. R. Zeig
ler, E. L. Cook. J. M. Hartzell. Frank
Young, Wm Allen, C. G. Fitzfimmons,
Ben DeGear, John Venderalice, Burt Me
Eown, H. E. Briggs, Spencer Mattison.
Adolph Mosenfelder. John Hetter, T. D,
Wheelock, Jacob Ohlweiler, J. M. Al-
brecht and Eugene Rowe .
Chocolate, itrawterry. lemon and va
nUla ice cieam at KreU & Math'.
THE TEACHERS' SCHOOL.
The county Inntttate tstlll la Pro
are) Additional Enrollment The
Lertare laat Xiarht, and the Oae te
The Rock Island County Teachers' in
stitute continues to progress with un
abated interest and with a degree of sue-
cs equal alike to instructors and teach
The list of attendants has been in
creased by the following names:
Marv E Kell, Ella Runner. Edgington :
J. C. Goembel. Albert Bradley. Geneseo:
W. J. G lpin, Cordova; Wm. Forgy, Tay
lor Uidge; Mary u Donner, Illinois City;
Anna Matbews, Albanv: W. II. Hatch.
Moline; Maud Babcock, Hampton: Grace
bheppard, Joahn; Mrs. L. M. Corbett.
Cordova; Alma Bendle, Illinois City;
Lida Strule, Drury; Eate Rood, Mary
pneii. Leonard Wvlie. Illinois titv: G
V. Pettif, Cambridge; Inez Garnett,
Port Byron; Susie Edgiogton, Edgington.
The Central Presbyterian church con
tained a large audience last evening to
hear the lecture by Prof. DeGarmo. of
Bloomington, on "Life in the German
Universities." It was a thoroughly in
teresting practical talk, based on careful
personal observation, .study and thought.
The various modes of practice employed
in Germany's educational institutions
were traced, thj speaker after reviewing
the primary or common school branches,
stating that there were four classes in the
German institutes theology, law, medi
cine and philosophy. There were no
universities under private or religious
endowment, all being sustained by the
state governments, but none by the gen
eral government. Three classes of teach
ers were employed the highest the full
professorship, the next the half profess
otsbip, and the third the private teacher.
He spoke of the importance of the gym
n&Fium as preparatory to the university
course, the struggles the aspirant for the
rank of professor was obliged to under
go, etc. The professor now occupies a
place next to the highest social position,
being second only to the mi'itary.
Why it it the speaker asked.
that every student in America
thinks he must understand the Ger
man, and he answered by calling at
tention to the fact that there are 2,000
teachers in Germany whose duty is to find
out new language and impart it to
those who are willing to learn. Their
business is to advance learning. This is
what gives the German system of learn
ing an advantage over ours in this coun
try, where professors are begrudged the
small salary they get and where they have
no opportunity for advanced ideas. The
speaker thought he could see the coming
of the time nevertheless when American
colleges and universities would learn the
value of .seizing opportunities and ap
preciate the fact that American profes
sors roust have more time and opportun
Ishakawa Kiro. the Japanese student.
will deliver his promised lecture at the
Central Presbyterian church on Thursday
evening of this week, on Japanese
methods atid forms.
Don't forget May's low prices.
May, the leader of low prices.
Fine nutmeg melons, celery and toma
toes at May's.
Mr. Meyer Loeb has returned from an
enjoyable western trip.
A new invoice of flannel and silk
Windsor ties at Simon & Moenfelder's.
Rev. R. G. Pearce. of Macomb is
visiting former parishoners and friends in
25 dozen gauze undershirts which Si
mon & Mosenfelder are closing out at 10c
are worth 25c.
Charles and Marshal Buford, sons of
Maj. L. M. Buford. are visiting their
cousin. Richard Slevin, in Peoria.
James H. Yore, of 8t. Louis, is visit
ng bis brother, Chas. Yore, at the Har
per, and greeting friends in the city.
Good boys' leans panls. suitable for
climbing trees' or banging on barbed wire
fences, price 25 at Simon & Mosenfeld
er's. Clothe your bovs while Simon A Mo
senfelder are literally giving auita away.
Good suits $8c, ft, $1 3$ and f. Call
Boss Wells locked up his desk at the
postoffice this morning and lett for Bush
nell to enjoy his civil service furlough and
see the animals. .
Large stock of lawn tennis flannel and
jersey shirts, which must all be sold to
make room for heavy goods. Call at
Simon & Blosenfelder's and secure bar-
What summer suits are left must go.
Simon & Mosenfelder don't propose to
carry over any. How are these prioes for
a starter: (iood serviceable men s suits
$2 68. $4 68 and $5.
Manager Schillinger, of Strasser's or
chestra, has arranged with Supt. Schnit-
ger to run a late car to Hock Island over
the bridge line after the concert at
Schutzun park, Davenport, Thursday
The Misses Mahin, Hawley and Mc-
Einstry and Messrs. Arthur Cox, D.
Powell Johnson and J. Lee Mahin com
posed a party of prominent Muscatine
young people who visited Rook Island
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Revnolds left this
morning for the mountains of Virginia,
expecting to spend two weeks. Mr.
Reynolds has some railroad construction
work to look after there and will com
bine business with pleasure.
Marshal Phil Miller has purchased the
Barnes property, corner of Sixth street
and Fourth avenue. The oil residence
will be moved off and something nice will
lake its place together with improve
ments of a convenient kind. -
Mrs. Elizabeth Harper placed a con
tract with the Adams Wall Paper com
pany yesterday to refresco, repaint and
repaper the interior of the Harper house
from top to cellar. The work has been
placed In good Hands.
Mr. C. V. Ansley. of Lincoln, Neb.,
and who is home visiting his parents at
Bwedona, was in the city today. Mr.
Ausley is one of the wide-awake young
democrata'af the west, and thinks the
time is not very far distant when Ne
braska will join the democratic column.
Mrs. 8. B. Edson, who has been chap
eron of the tri-city camping party at Co
lon, returned today, and tonight Mrs A.
C Dart goes np to take ber place. The
party recently bad au experience with
bold robbers of the forest, but bave ad
vertised no rewards aa yet for the recov
ery of stolen property.
Order your, ice cxeama and ice from
Krell & Math for your parties and recep-
tiona and then you will be sure to please
tne paiaie oi your guests.
NO SURPRISE THERE.
Gest Renominated on the First
Titday'a Bepahlteaa Cenareeslenal
Convention at Baahaell a Tame Af
fair -The rrorrtnne Carried Oat
aa Prearranged. The Committee,
FrsBNKLi., July 23. The republican
convention met here today and organ
ized by electing Wm. Venable, of Ma
comb, chairman, and Chas. De Hart, of
Hancock, and J. E. Groom, of Moline,
secretaries. W. A. Larimer, of Mercer,
nominated W. H. Gest for congress and
Mr. Mathews, of Warren, nominated
Capt. Turnbull. of Monmouth. The
nomination of Mr. Gest was seconded by
Capt. Bennett, of Moline.
The first ballot gave Gest 81. Turnbull
17. Mr. Gest was thereupon nominated.
The central committee is composed of:
Hancock, Phil Dallam; Henderson, E. A.
Hail; McDonough, W. H. nainline;
Mercer, W. A. Larimer; Rock Island, J.
L. Haas; Schuyler, L. A. Johnson; War
ren, W. E. Evler.
The resolutions are a fine mixture of
protection and ftee trade, endorsing
everything the g. o. p. has done lately,
and what it is liable to do in the future.
Philip Daum was sent to jail yesterday
failing to furnish flOO bail required for
James Halpin was run in by Officers
Schaab and Thomoa for being drunk snd
Adam Yohe was coming into town last
night, when two negroes, well known of
fenders, tackled him out on the Milan
road and attempted to pick a fuss with
him, but he got away from them.
F. C. Ells, the bigamist from this city,
bad his preliminary bearing before Jus
tice Eauf man n in Davenport this morn
ing. County Attorney Stewart appearing
for the prosecution and Msj. J. M.
Besrds!ey and Searle & Searle for the de
fense. Ells wss bound over to the cirs
cuit court in $500 bail and in default
sent to jail.
Officer Mulqueen arrested Al Hutchin
son, colored, and two companions named
Chsrles Morgan and Henry Willet, in the
Rock Island road yards yesterday on sus
picion. Hutchinson bad a part of a drill
and is still in jail, while the others, mere
boys, having nothing about them to war
rant holding them were released by Mar
Arrangements have been made to bave
an extra coach attached to tbe Beards
town express on the C, B. & Q road for
the accommodation of the Hock Island
and Metcer county delegates and their
friends wishing to attend the democratic
congressional convention at Monmouth.
Traia leaves Rock Island at 3 p. m. Mon
day,. Ang. 4ib, and arrives at Monmouth
at 5:30 p. m. Oae and one-third fare
for the round trip, by securing certificate
from agent on purchase of ticket. Bj
order of committee.
Under tbe auspices of tbe ladles of ths
Central Presbyterian church, the Libbic
Conger will leave the dock, foot of Sev
enteenth street, Tuesday, July 2v at 7 p.
ra. sharp. All persons, and especially
business men and families, are requested
to come. Tickets for adults 35 centt;
children 25. cents. Refreshments served
Having -purchased the ice business of
the Rock Island Ice company and consol
idated it with my own, I am now pre
pared to supply the patrons of either
company, and as many new ones as will
give me their patronage. AU orders will
receive prompt attention. Telephone
1140. Geo. Barker.
Office 1512, Second avenue.
Hoods Sarsaparilla has a ateadly in
creasing popularity, which can only be
won by an article of real merit. Give it
It is aa anomalous fact that wooden
heads do not produce the thoughts that
It isn't always tbe prettiest girl who
wears the neatest bathing or tennis suit.
A fur rug should always be laid down
STAT K OP ILLINOIS. IM
"Boca Islaxd Couktt,
To the September Term A. 0. 1890, Circuit Court,
Art mine Hairtck, complainant, vs. Murgie Roth,
name now, aerenaanis uurrciosare.
To the above nuftod defendant. Battie Roth:
Notice t hereby eiren. that the above named com
plsinant baa thts ear filed in std court her bill of
complaint against yon and the other defendant,
that a summons in chancery haa been lssuril there
in against you. directed to tbe sheriff of eaid
county, returnable to the September term. A, U.
18H0. of said court, to be begun at the court house
in the city of Rock Island in eaid county, on the
Brat Moneay in September, A D. 181, at which
time and place you will appear and plead, answer
or demur to said bill
Hock Island, Illinois. July Kud. 190.
OBOKGB W. U AMBLE, Clerk.
jACKsoa a Hcrit, Oompl'U Sol'rs.
in suns or
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loaa.
Interest 7 per cent semi anaually, collected and
remitted ftee of ckarg-.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Soema aad 4 Maaontc Temple,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Lloyd & Stewart,
ROCK MLlAJKD, 1U.
Spring Styles now Ready.
This waist is designed to meet the
requirements of ladies who cannot,
comfortably, wear a stiff and rigid cor
set, while it can be worn with as much
comfort as an ordinary dress-waist.it
will give the same elegance of contour
as the heaviest boned corset in the
market, while the stays are so arranged
that they give support to the back and
spine, and in nowise interfere with the
freedom and comfort of the wearer.
Our price for this comfortable and
healthful waist is $1.00. You will no
doubt find it fully as satisfactory as
waists for which you have paid $ 1-75.
Rock Island. Illinois.
Have the largest establishment West of Chicago.
DONT FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Noa. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
INCORPORATED UK BER THE THE STATE LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, tt.t.
Open daily from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.. and Svturday evening from 7 to 8 o'clock.
Five per cent interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security,
E. P. REYNOLDS, Pre. ? C. DKNKKASN, Vice Pre. 1. . BUFORD, Cashier.
P. L. Mitchell. E P. Reynolds, P. C. Deakmaon. John Ouhsnrh C. P. Lynde,
J. J. Rcimera, L. Plmon. K. W. Harot, J. X. Boford.
Jackson A Homt, Solicitor.
(VVill beria bnlnea July 8, 1800, and wiU occupy banking room with Mitchell A Lynda
ntil new bank ia completed.
MRS. P. GREENAVJALT
1704 SECOND AVENUE,
Our Straw Goods, representing Milan Hats, Chip, Fancy Braids,
Leghorn Hats, in colors, also, our entire stock of line Montures,
"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
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS
AND WINDOW SHADES,
At prices, which like quality, we defy competiou.
We thank yon sincerely for your paat teTora, and here pledge yow oar beat effurta ia the
futsre. Onr dealing hall he characterised by prompineM and tbe strictest integrity to
our mntoal interests.
No. 1811 and 1813 Second avenue.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK
At the Lowest prices in tne three cities.
PATENT LEATHER SIIOES-
For Ladiea and Gentlemen.
tSJTanned Goods in all colors.
An Encyclopedia valued at f 8 00 Riven away to each customer buying $25.00
worth of Boou and Shoea. Call la and Vet na show you the book and
explain how yon can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL BHCE STORE, 1818 Second? Avenue.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE)
Stt9 Fifth Avenne.
Our C. C. C. summer Icorset isSthe
best 50c corset on the market. The
manufacturers tell ns to guarantee the
wear. This corset won't tear. Large
assortment of other makes and styles.
We have just opened anew assort
ment of umbrellas in gloria silk, silver
handles in handsome designs at $1-57.
These umbrellas are made of the same
excellent silk as the former lot adver
tised a short time ago and without
doubt will sell as rapidly.
Special prices on summer goods of
all kinds to close.
O. O. HUCK3TAEDT