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Prices never before quoted on Goods
Commencing Monday morning at 8 I
o'clock we will sell
at C Vie a box,
Lowest price ever qnoted on above
article- It is acknowledged by 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 1 To a Idox,
price ever quoted on dove
one-third less than regular
It imparts to the skin a beauti-
tul transparent wuueness ana manes
it delicately soft and smooth.
1713, 1714. 1716. 1718,
Containing 1381 page leather
. , ill issne a5 CO t'ckrt irotxl for one year. By bringing this ticket with you
i, . r yon come to either of our stores we ill rt-gtstPr thereon the amounts and yonr
:, c:ih vurthmes until they amount to fJOOl) and we will then give you the alove
Alihoiixh many hundred dollars' worth of there book will be given away, amounting
.i. !u ally to a discount and raving to you of 85 ht cent on your purchases, we will still
!ii our priren a? low if not lower than erer.
Y will try and save yon many dollar? in t e fi.tnre, and belie-e by enterp'ise and
r dt-aling we will merit your patronage. lo not fail to take advantage of thta free gift.
Copper-Smithing, Sheet Iron, Gas and
. Steam Fitting, Also, Sewer work. -
BAKER 4 HOUSMAN,
Opposite Habter House.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN &z ABLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
For the cure of all disorders of
Thev are safe, sure and pleasant
rT , i fnm!wwi anfl that all mav tTV them
They have no equal as a Family Pill, and that au may uy tum
'e give away a sample package
we shall place on sale this week.
SUN OR RAIN
at 94c each.
Full size 26in above quality never of
fered at the price before.
at 72c cacli.
v ONE LOT
SILK, SUN OR RAIN
20 INCH SILVER HANDLES
at $1.22 each '
Sold first of season at $1.90. All
fancy parasols marked down to close.
One lot fancy satine parasols ;75o
eacn to close. Silk Pongee Parasols
closing price $1.00. Come early.
1720 and 1723 Second Avknui.
bound GIVEN AWAY.
KINGSBURY & SON.
1703 Second Avenue.
for the Celebrated
the Liver, Kidney and Stomach.
and act like a charm.
FREE. Call and get one.
25c a Bottle.
Druggist, Bock Island.
THE ROCK ISLAND ABGUS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 1S90. . 7 L'
Tomorrow's Convention to Meet at
10 O'clock a. m.
The Committee deception Ready
For It a fatiea The Comas Head
Camp neetlaa; at Iea Moinea.
The convention of representatives of
Modern Wotdmen camps of the Eleventh
congressional district, assembles in Har
per's theatrs at 10 o'clock tomorrow
morning. The reception committee met
at the office of the chairman Sheriff 8il
vis, last evetiing, and appointed subcom
mittees to meet the delegates from the
various citieii which will begin to arrive
tonight, and in the morning it is expected
a large numler will be on band
A third of a column of
respondence appearing in today's
Inter-Oettin, after detailing the facts
already piblisbed concerning the
trial now in progress at Sterling,
as institu ed by Attorney Gener
al Hunt, says of the special meeting of
the head camp called at Des Moines Aug.
To the well informed members and at
torneys and officers of the prosecution it
appears to be an attempt at a coupe rie
main, a movement to entrap the entire
order add bting them under the yoke
of the new "sovereign camp, which ex
ists in a state that has no law fur fra
ternal societies. The camps in general
have, however, called a meeting to be
held in Root: Island. III., Jul; 24, to take
some measures of self-preservation- for
the reason that the regular biennial ses
sion for the election of officers and trans
action of all business is to be hel.l at
Springfield, III , Nov. 12, as provided at
the last biennial session
held in Novem-
IThe rareala la Thla I'lly of Mr. Re.
brrra Kltiher Are Nat Opposed to
Her Marriage Wjlh Francis Nor
The Chicago Herald of Sunday last
I contained a dispatch from Council Bluffs
to the effect that obstacles were to be
thrown in the way of the marriage of
Mrs. Rebecc a Fisher, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Johnston, of this city, to the
famous temperance advocate, Francis
Murphy, and that in addition too,an effort
was to be mide by the divorced husband.
Fisher, to rt cover a part of the property
decreed by the court that she should have
at the time of the divorce, Feb. 11. 1889;
that the parents of the bride to be, in this
city, were very strongly opposed to the
marriage wi .h Murphy; that the marriage
was to have taken place at the home of
Mr. Johnston in Rock Island, but that
the parents would not agree to it, etc.
Mr. Johnston, in conversing on the.
Jlerald article this morning, said: "It is
not only full of exaggerations and imper
fections, bur. is largely an absolute fab
rication. The assertion that we have
raised any objections to our daughter's
marriage with Mr. Murphy is not only
fitlse. but is without the least foundation
whatever. We are not only perfectly
agreed to the union as far as that is con
ccrned, but we hope and expect that the
wedding will take place at our home in
"The we ding, however, has been post
poned from the day originally contem
plated, but it is not due to any objections
interposed by us. but has been occasioned
by annoyance which Fisher is giying my
daughter in attempting to recover certain
portions of the property given ber by the
court. Fisher, 1 believe, is attempting to
raise the pt lot that be was insane at the
time of the divorce, but it is my opinion
that his object is simply to attempt to
embarrass and trouble my daughter at
this particu ar time."
Officers chaab and Thomas arrested a
Moline quartette on Second avenue near
Spencer scuare at midnight and took
them to the station. The four gave their
names as A ana Ballard and Ida Ballard,
Joe Jackson and John Johnson. This
morning the "fail ies" changed their names
to Anna atid Ida Sanders, but the male
members alhered at net h to the names
previously given. Magistrate Wivill fined
the girls $3 and costs each and the males
15. All pnid.
Al. Hutchinson, colored, was sent to
jail this morning for thirty dajs for
burglary. It was afterwaid learned that
tbe bits found in bis possession were
I stolen ' from Williams Bros.' machine
shops in Moline, Monday night, and he
will have a bearing for this after tbe ex
piration of his sentence.
James Halpin was fined $25 and costs
for being crunk and disorderly.
n tBinrit Huildrrx.
Mr. II. Myers, traveling representative
of tbe firm of McDonnell & Sons, at Buf
falo. New York, quarry owners and man
ufacturers of granite monuments, was a
caller at t ie Aitous office today and ex
hlbited a photograph of the monument
that was erected at Trenton. New Jersey,
last October by this firm. It is the mon
ument erected to the memory of General
McClellan and is a pet feet beauty . It is
fortys;x f eerin height, and nine feet and
six inches t qnare at the base. The top
column weighs fifteen tons. The total
cost of too monument was $10,000. This
Arm wan i stahlished at Buffalo in 1837.
They are also importers of Italian statu-
Iftrv. Thcv possess extra lacililles lor
I producing an Kinus oi wora in ineir line.
Revelation at Coaaelene.
The f ol owing resolution was passed at I
tbe couni y teachers' institute yesterday
Itetolvei', That in tbe death of Wm. H.
Ray we recognize a great loss to the cause
of education in our state, and that we, the
teachers c f Rock Island county, on this
occasion, eive our formal expression to
our aDoreciation of his power as an in -
atructor, his genial qualities as a com -
I panlon aid bis earnestness and self -sac-.
Under i.be auspices or. tne laaies oi we
. m .m 1 at
Central Presbyterian church, tne Libbiel
Oonser will leave the dock, foot of Hev
enteenth utreet, Tuesday, July 29 at 7 p.
m. sharp. All persons, and especially
business men ana iamiues, are requested
n. r.ma Tirket. for aoults 35 cents:
children 515 cents. RefreshDieaU served
on boat. v. - .
A TAME AFFAIR.
With the Exeeptlea of the Kaoekin
Oat of the Slate far Keck Island
Coanty Caaaaattteeaaan, Yeaterday'a
CoacreMlaaal Convention Did Xot
Anaeaat te Math.
The delegates, or proxies rather, who
returned from yesterday's republican con
eresslonal convention at Busheell, did
pot wear a self-satteflert expression 01
countenance of having accomplished very
much after all.- Gest had been renomi
nated, and that was about all there was
to it. The delegates might just as well
have remained at home and agreed to that
by mutual consent.for all their assembling
together amounted to. They were
mere Hgureneads only, ui me au
thorized delegates elected by the
county convention of June 10, Dr.
Calvin Truesdale, Aid. Evans, J. J. Rvi-
men, Oliver Olson, Wm. Jackson, J. W.
Simonson. W. R. Freek, August Klebe.
and R. 8. Montgomery preferred to have
some one else do the work that tbey were
assigned to do, so they quietly stayed at
home and a number of accredited repub
licans had to be raked together to act
without training and with the single ad
monition to vote for Gest would be all
that was expected of them.
The report in last night's Annus cov
ered the convention briefly and indicated
that the Rock Island count; slate of Fred
Denkmann for committeeman from this
county bad been knocked out by J. L.
Haas, who, by virtue of his residence in
the same county with the congressional
nominee makes bim chairman of the com
mittee. The delegates adopted the fol
lowing resolutions which should be read
and pondered over by the farmers. Tbey
are guaranteed to turn their grass crop
Into hay before it is cut:
Renolved, That we indorse the wise and
patriotic administration of President Har
rison and the legislative acts of congress,
viz; the pension and silver laws.
'That we also indorse the acts of this
congress for the suppression of trusts and
monopolies and for the protection of la
bor and agricultural interests.
"That we favor the passage of the elec
tion bill now pending.
'That we indorse the public acts of
our present representative, William 11.
'That we indorse the course of Speak
er Heed in the house of representatives,
be'iieving that bis rulings were just and
necessary to the transaction of tbe busi
ness of congress, and necessary legisla
tion, which the democrats, true to the
traditional party, endeavored to defeat
"That we favor the plan of reciprocity
as set forth in the Hale amendment to the
McKinley bill as the best means of pro
moting the interests of the agricultural
ist, mechanio and manufacturer.
"That we are opposed to the erection
of monuments to rebel leaders and the
display of any other flag than the stars
"That we favor free sugar at this end
of the line if we can see free wheat, free
flour;' free pork and free machinerv at the
other end of tbe line.'
The St. Paul came down.
Tbe Ravenna and Reindeer passed up
Ibe Kavenna came Irom up river
points with fourteen strings of logs.
Tbe stage of the water waB down to
8:30 at noon; tbe temperature on tbe
bridge at noon 78.
Travel across tbe bridge yesterday
amounted to: South Teams, 638; foot,
630. North Teams, 644; foot. 639.
Tbe lighthouse steamer Lilly, with the
always genial Capt. Crapster on deck,
pulled into port this mornixg from the
Tbe F. C. A. Denkman broueht down
sixteen strings of logs, the B. Hershey
eight, the Lizzie Gardner sixteen and the
Ten Broeck sixteen.
lne boats are doing a good passenger
business up stream. It is to be expected
that it will be large in tbe opposite direc
tion, but that it should be heavy south is
unusual at this time of the jetr. It is
explained by the rivermen by saying that
there are many people this summer who
take the round trip to St. Paul and re
turn, and make it their summer vacation.
Freight is good, too, though the shipments
are not uniformly heavy.
Mr. Nathan D. Patterson, of Clinton,
baa been appointed special agent of the
eleventh census to collect the statistics of
water transportation on the upper Mis
sissippi and Missouri rivers. The vessels
that come within his jurisdiction are such
as ply on the Mississippi above St. Louis
on all tributaries from tbe east above tbe
city named, and on all tributaries from
the west above the city named, including
the Missouri river and tributaries. It is
estimated that there are about 300 ves
sels in Mr. Patterson's territory and the
Clinton Llerald says he has already in
spected twenty-five of them. He has un
til January 1, 1801, to complete the
Jjast Sunday night on the excursion
steamer Josephine, between LaCrosse and
Winona, Kate English, a colored cham
bermaid, was shot dead. There was with
her at the time another colored woman
nilda Gillam, who is held for the crime
though she protests her innocence and the
officers of the boat do not think her
guilty. She says it was either an acci
1 dent on the part of the deceased or a case
I of suicide. A man is held as a witness
I and suspicion points to him. During the
I excursion the Josephine ran into, the
rafter Jennie Hayes. Some one yelled
1 fire and thtre was a wild time for a few
minutes, hard work being required to
keep the passengers from jumping over
To tha Qarman-Kngliah School Society.
Editor Aaaua :
Rock Island, 111.. July 23. 1890.
Please insert in your paper that I have
been a citizen of Rock Island for the last
I twenty these years and a member of the
I German-English School society for the
I last twelve years. For the last ten years
I ( gent the largest number of children, to
1 the German-English school of any patron
1 1 lost my wife and three children, but am
I married again, and have now as
pUce fm pleMure regort the,
there is in
Rock Island. Now tbe German-English
I Hnhool aocietv ignore me and I want mv
I . -
name taken from their membership,
I it ia aD anomalous fact that wooden
heads do not produce the thoughts that
iitsn t always me prettiest gin wno
( weara neatest naming or tennis bum
O. J. Dimick. of Chicago, is in the city
Mr. Daniel Mosher, of Hampton, was
in the city today.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Renfro have moved
to Chicago for permanent residence.
Remember the Japanese lecture to
morrow evening. Admission, 2oc
A. .H. Lambert returned last night
from a two weeks' visit to Chicago.
Geo. Reed, of Chicago, is in the city.
and is thinking of locating here in basis
Go and hear tbe great Japanese schol
at tbe Central Presbyterian cuurcn
Miss Ea Lloyd, of Chicago, sister of
Fred Lloyd, of Lloyd & Stewart, is visit
ing TelativeB here and in Davenport.
Trio Lodge No. 57. A. F. & A. M-,
will meet in special conclave tomorrow
night to conduct work in tbe Third de
gree. Rev. and Mrs. George Piatt, nee L'llian
Cbannon, of Franklin, Ind., are visiting
Mrs. Piatt a parents in this city. Daven
Tbe R. I. & P. announces a rate of
$3 65. to Peoria and return during the
Masonic conclave, good until July 26 and
n enect now.
Tbe district convention of tbe Rock Is
land and Henry county Liquor Dealers'
association will be held at Turner ball.
Rock Island, Aug. 4
Tbe Mioses Louise Whisler, Lucia
Connelly and Annie Frysinger returned
from their pleasant up river trip on the
Denkman last evening.'
The Rock Island Turners gave their
Des Moines brothers a little banquet at
Inrner ball yesterday afternoon. Mrs
Herkert having laid out an elegant
Concert and dnncing every Saturday
evening, with good music at Joseph Ru
bers garden on Moline avenue. Every
other day in the week except Saturday
tne garden ts to let.
Mr. J. II. Yore, of Rt. Louis, who is
visiting former friends in bis old home,
this city, is now proprietor of the Mer
chants' hotel in the Missouri metropolis
anu is meeting wun great success as a
Ishikawa Kiza, the Japanese referred
to a few days ago, will lecture in tbe Cen
tral Presbyterian church tomorrow
evening. His sumect will be the "Edu-
ational and Legal Characteristics of Ja
pan. Admission, 25c.
Tbe AROitTmentioned Blener's band as
accompanying tbe children of 8t. Jeseph's
school on tbe Verne Swain excursion and
picnic yesterday. It was Biehl's band
which so delighted the hearts of the little
ones and all who attended.
Arthur Mead entered suit in the circuit
court today against tbe village of Port
Byron for f5,00O damiges for injuries
sustained in marcbing tnrough the town
with a Harrison and Morion torch during
the campaign or 1883, when he fell and
broke his leg.
Albert Genung. Chas. Oberg. August
Kruser and Ferdinand Gross made up a
party who left at daylight this morning
for a three days stay at the camD of
Messrs. Samuel Webb, Albert Owens.
Chas. Parker and August Souter on tbe
Big island between Andalusia and Buffa
Something new in the city. Mr. J. W.
Jones has added a new enterprise to his
second band store in the way of a pawn
broxer8 shop, something that the city
needed very badly. He is now prepared
o do the business in a legitimate way
aving bis license procured from the city
Mr. C. H. Skelton retired from the lo
cal ticket agency of tbe Rock Island last
igbt, turning over the office to Mr. F.
I. PI u miner. Eren in the short time
that be has been here Mr. Skelton has
made a great many friends, and there is a
prevailing feeling of regret at his de
part u re.
A number of exchanges are call! ng the
attention nf mothers to better ca re of
their young daughters, especially in the
evening. One heading reads: "Mother!
Where Is your girl tonight? Do you
know or do you only think you know?
If pou don t know, you are not fit to be
mother. Though the foregoing is
rather strong language, vet it may have
some application to Rock Island mothers
as well .
Mr. H. Myers, of Indianapolis, a prom
inent and popular representative of Mc
Donncll & Sons, quarry owners and gran
ite monument manufacturers, at Quincy,
Mass, was in the city today. He was
much taken with the poem written re
cently by "Reddy." the printer, on "The
Ragged Jacket, published recently in
the Arous, and secured the only copy he
could rind. He regarded it as one
of the most touching iittle poems he had
Just at present it looks pretty blue for
Harper's theatre being opened the coming
season. Owing to tbe lease to Mr. Man.
the Harper heirs seemed disposed to let
it remain idle rather than repair it or at
tempt to manage it. This is a bad state
of affairs and warrants a movement looks
ng to another theatre in Rock Island. A
firstclass modern theatre would pay nice
ly, and the old one has so run down
since the death of Mr. Harper that it
would have to be repaired before being
opened again now.
TryliiK to Rektore Ratmt.
CiiH-.MiO, July 21.- The committee of
Kenernl managers of western railroads to
which has Ix-en committed the task of
find ins; a way to restore east lionnd freight
rate from the Missouri river had auother
meeting yesterday. The situation was
discuswd fortlijfe hours, but no way watt
found of solving the diflii-ulij. H'uen the
meeting broke affai were just where
t.hey stood before it started. 1 he com
mittee will nintft again.
Trotting at lN-trtU,
Detroit, July 23 Kyeryhody was ad
mitted free tn the grounds of the Detroit
Driving club yesttrdnv, and there were
15,0(1(1 peTTple prtwent. The first race, 2.3C
trot, was won by Ieopurd in the last
three heats, bt-st time lilt;1,'. Criclcer
took ttie 2:24 pace, liest time 2M(.
McDowell whs the winner of the 2:22 trot,
best time 2:lb?i4- The H-cial race, 2:2t
trot, was untim shed.
A Kick That Was a Boomerang-.
Washington Citt, July Jil Superin
tendeut Porter has presented to Secretary
Noble the request of tbe citizens of Kan
sas City that the first count of tha nopo,
lation of that city be regarded as the of
fieial count, and be iw.mmends that thia
requext b-granted. As a result of the re
couut of a number of districts in that city
the returns showed a population of 1,200
less than was ascertained by the first
Ko Battle la Central America.
ew Orleans, July 23. Consul Gen
eral Martinez, of Guatemala, has received
a cablegram from .the Guatemalan minis
ter t'i Mexico, stating; that there has been
no battle between Gautemalans and San
caivaaonans ice canietrram also tava
tbatrepreseutatives of five Central Ameri
can states on the 21st instaut aigned an
agreement asking Gan. iuzeta to vacate
the control of San Salvador.
Order your ice creams and ices from
Erell & Math for your parties and recep-
! tiong and then you will be sure to please
Ua wvsalnM 4-v siAiia MHaafa
GAUDAUR SEEMS INVINCIBLE.
Bla Crew Wins a Splendid Professional
Fonr-Oared Race at Dnlatn.
Dtjxtjth, Minn., July 23. Attendance
at the regatta yesterday was nearly double
that of Monday. The junior fours was
rowed over and won by the Minnesota
clnb, after a brilliant race, in which the
Winnipeg club, which won the race Mon
day, was last; time of winners 10:20.
There was another foul, however, and the
race has to be again rowed. Corbet t, of
the Catlin club, was an easy winner of
the senior singles, in 13:30. The Minne
sota club took the single doubles in
10:55, the Catlin club crew getting away
oft their course by mistake, and thereby
C'rarka in a I'onr-Oared Rare.
Five crews Contested the professional
four-oars: Hamm, Gaudaur, McKay
and Ten Eyck; Hosmer, Wise, Teemer and
Hanlan; the Erie crew, of Buffalo; West
End crew,, of Buffalo, and Wallace Rose
with a picked crew. The race was a mag
nificent one, as it should have been with
so much talent, in it. But it soon nar
rowed down to a struggle between the
Hanlan and Gaudaur crews. Gaudaur' a
crew won in 18:06, Hanlan's coming in
two seconds later. The distance was three
. Passenger (on far western railroad)
At what station is the dining car at
tached to this train?
Conductor We don't have dining cars
on this line. We will stop at Mujrgu
Crossing for lunch.
"What do they have for lunch usually?"
"Well, yon can get a. sandwich, or a
enp of coffee, or even a piece of pie nil
depends on how mack money you've
got." Good" News.
Cause of Ilia Grief.
Lady (to small . boy, who is crying)
What is the matter, my little man?
Boy We were playing ball, aid I
broke that pane of glass over there.
Lady Well, I guess the lady will not
care mucb about it.
Boy 'Taint that ; the ball went through
and she won't give it Iwck. Boston Her
ald. ' She Wanted the inuinc.
"2fow, this work of art, madam," re
marked the dealer, "is a replica of the
famous picture in the Corcoran gallery
"Well," replied Mrs. Taudree, eying
the picture critically, "if you'll guaran
tee that it's a genuine replica I'll take
it." Chicago Inter-Ocean.
A Chip OA the Old Block.
Maj. Crust So you refuse me, Miss
Miss F. I am very sorry, Mj- Crust,
but your has just proposed to me,
and I accepted him.
Maj. C. Good praciousl You don't
mean to say the boy has been such an
ass! London Tit-Bits.
Law and Philosophy.
Guest Wky don't you put a stop to
that fast driving on your streets?
Hostess Because the kind of people
who indulge in fast driving are just the"
sort we like to see pa.ss by and get out of
sight as quickly -as possible. New York
The Branon for It.
John What a wrinkled face you have,
Jack, and you haven't turned thirty yet.
Jack Yes. It is due to the fact that
I do a great deal of thinking. By the
way, what a remarkably smooth face
you have. Yankee Blade.
"Did you know, darling, that this was
"Now, there you had to go and re
mind me of it when 1 had so beautifully
forgotten it." Fliegende Blaerter.
Every lay Grammar.
Positive The man gets on.
Comparative The man gets honor.
Superlative The man gets honest.
Arrangements have been made to have
an extra coach attached to the Beards
town express on the C, B. & Q. road for
the accommodation of tbe Rock Island
and Mercer county delegates and their
friends wishing to attend tbe democratic
congressional convention at Monmouth.
Train leaves Bock Island at 3 p. m. Mon
day, Ang. 4th, and arrives at Monmouth
at 5:30 p. m. One and one-third fare
for the round trip, by seayrifag certificate
from agent on purchase of ticket. By
order of committee.
"Why, now I cannot get enough to
eat," says one lady who formerly bad no
appetite, but took Hood's Sarsapanlla.
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
Chocolate, strawberry, lemon and
nilla ice cteam at Erell & Math's.
Tbe light that never was on sea or land
roust tie a skylight.
Peace on Earth.
A waits that counlleaa army of martyrs, whose
ranks are constantly recruited from tne victim
of nervoaanes ana nervous aireascs. Toe price
of tbe boon ia a ryatematic course of Hontetter
Stomach Bittern, tbe finest and tnont genial of
tonic nervines, pursued with reasonable persist
ence. Kasicr, pleasanter and safer tbis than to
wash tne victualling department with psendo
tonica. alcoholic or the reverse, beef extracts.
nerve foods, narcotics, sedatives and poisons In
disguise. "Tired Nature's sweet restorer, balmy
sleep," is tbe providential reenperant of weak
nerves, and this glorious franchise being usually
the consequences of sound digestion and increased
vigor, me great siomacnic wmcn insures onto ia
roauciive also oi repose at tne required time.
lot unref reshed awakens tbe individual whonsee
it, but vigorous, clear beaded and tranaail. Use
the Bitters also in fever and ague, rheumatism
kidney troubles, constipation and biliousness.
IB bums 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 and
remitted tree or cnarge.
E. W. HURST,
Attoenky at Law
Rooms S and 4 Masonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Lloyd & Stewart,
ill) r i (i
Spring Styles now Beady.
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.
Oar price for -this comfortable and
healthful waist is $1.00- You will no
doubt find it rally as satisfactory as
waists for which you have paid $1-75.
Hock Island. Illinois.
Have the largest establishment West of Chicago.
DONT FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And N08. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
INCORPORATED CNDER THE THE STATE LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, TT.T.
Open daily from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Swtnrday evenings 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, Pres. ? C. DESK AXN, Vice-Prea. J. M. BUFORD, Cashier.
P. lu Mitchell. E P. Reynolds, F. C. Denkmann. John CrnrtauBh. C. P. Lynda,
J. 3. Rcimera, L. Htmon. E. W. Han't, J. X. Baford.
Jacksoh HcasT, Solicitors.
fVWill rieein bnines July 8, 1890, and will ocenpy banking room with Mitchell A Lynda
until new bank is completed.
MRS. P. GREENAWALT
1704 SECOND AVENUE,
Our Straw Goods, representing Milan Hats, Chip, Fancy Braids,
Leghorn Hats, in colors, also, our entire stock of fine 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 competaon.
We thank yon sincerely fur your pa-t faror, and here pledge yoa oar best effort ia tbe
future. Our dealings shall be characterized by promptness and the strictest integrity to
oar mutual interests.
ELA.NN & HUCKSTAEDT,
No. 1811 and 1813 Second avenue.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK
At the Lowest prices in tne three cities.
PATENT LEATHER SHOES
, For Ladies
3fTanned Goods in all
An Encyclopedia valued at S 00 given away to each customer baying $25.00
worth of Boot and Shoe. Call In and let us show yoa the book and
explain bow jou can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL 8HOE STORE, 1818 fecondtATenu
ELM STREET SHOE STORE
Vi Fifth Atsbus.
Our C. C' C. summer Tcorset Is" the
best 50c corset on the market. The
manufacturers tell us to guarantee the
wear. This corset won't tear- Large
assortment of other makes and styles.
We have just opened anew assort
ment ofnmbrellas 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. HCCK3TAKDT
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