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JAHNS & BERTELSEN,
r, Tin and Sleet Iron Wort
PLUMBING. GAS AND STEAM FITTING.
And House Furnishing Goods.
Steamboat and Distillery Work a Specialty.
1612 SECOND AVENUE.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Containing 1SS1 page Leather bound GIVEN AWAY.
IV v will lsne a 15 CO t'cket Rood for one year. By bringing this ticket with you
wh.-tu'vi'r you come to either of our stores we will register thereon the amounts and yonr
f cash purchases until they amount to 130.00 and we will then give you the above
1: ' !'.:irv.
A.ilmuith many hundred dollars' worth of these books will be given away, amounting
( ':L 'H !ly to a discount and saving to you of 25 per cent on your purchases, we will still
r. M ' ir prices as low if not lower than ever.
V will try and save you many dollars in tre f rture, and belle re by euterprise and
s.r i.'.Hi'.ni; we will merit your pitronage. Du not fail to take advantage of this free gift.
KINGSBURY & SON,
1703 Second Avenue.
1725 SECOND AVENUE,
Next door to Cramptou's Bookstore, (up stairs.)
T ii" pnolic is cordially invited to inspect our new Gallery, the finest West of Chicago
,th.ut ny i-Tcepiion. We have the only Camera in this vicinity large enough to make life-
i- Pt'..sraphs direct. We have the only Gallery in thia ci'y which t first -class in all Its
;.;. ..Mitinnnts, In fact it contains more Instruments, Buck Grouuds, Ptotographic Furniture,
. 'h .n ii; i!.e other (islleries in this city combined. We have a reputation of the highest
r !er m 1 i'-r tiie ability and determination to sustain ft.
f XHERvSr;f?4;bl 't.'hf Imzi Crnc:
WALL PAPER COMPANY-
312, 31-4 Twentieth St.,
And Postoffice Block, Moline.
FINE WALL PAPER Esclnslve ajrenfs for the following ix larcrot WH Paper
Vi- t.rifs: Hiri!e Sou, Jam-way Co., Rorwrt S. llobbs & Co., Nevins & llaviiand. New
nrk Wl PanrrCo., and Hubert Oraves & Co.
KV iL'i. HPBt;IAL5-hich includes all the Art papers. Prices from 10 to SO per cent
1 w o her dcaieis.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
LvOHN &d ADLER
Kemoved to 219 Seventeenth Street
Kidney and Liver Pills
For the cure of all disorders of the Liver, Kidney and Stomach.
The Dark Angel Visits Two Rock
. Island Homes.
Thfiv ax Rnf a nnr swirl nlaaaant and act like a charm.
They have no ecraal as a Family Pill, and that all may try them
we give away a sample package FREE. Call and get one. ;
Regular Size 25c a Bottle.
T. H. THOMAS,
Diuggist, Rock Island.
THE ROCK IBtANP ARGUS, THURSDAY; JULY 31, 1890.
D. tl. Scbaremaa Breathes Her
at.-.. Mrs. abb MtecrWt Paut
Away.. -Mr. Hitter's Faneral.
Mra. D. B. Schureman died at Mrs.
Buncber'a boarding house on Seventh
avenue w;st of Twenty .third street tat
:ov) ttita looming arter an illness or two
weeks with typhoid fever, which she (tad
contracted on a visit to her old hAme
near Cincinnati, from which ate returned
une 20, i.nd where she had been iinco
ast Octot er. She had been ailiog ii fact
since the holidays, but was better ap
parently when abe returned in company
with Mr. Schureman who had good east
for that p jrpose. On July 15 she was
taken in and though she had the services
of Drs. K nyon, of this city, and Wea
sell, of Moline, and the attendance of
two nursea, she seemed to fail gradually
until Sunday last, since which time her
decline has been more rav id and the inev
itable moie apparent.
Though the deceased lady was a com
paratively new resident of Rock Island.
she had made many friends duringthe
time her home has been Here, and those
who have become acquainted with he
have been impressed by her sweet wo
manly disposition and many traits of
character nd culture. Her maiden name
was Mary Elizabeth Ashly; her birth
place Citcinnati, and she would have
been thirty years of age had she survived
the 30th f August next. She married
Mr. Schutcman in September 1891, and
first came to Rock Island with him about
two years ago. Her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J . D Ashly, are living at Point Isa
belle, near Ohio, and she leaves with her
grief-stricien husband a Bon, Robert C,
ged eight years. It is a peculiarly sad
coincidence that Mr. Schureman was left
motherless- at the same time of the year
and at the same age that this boy is now
deprived of his best friend on earth.
The funeral will be held from the new
First M. ll. church at 10 o'clock tomor
row morning. Rev. Q. W. Que offlciat
ing. The body will be temporarily de
posited in the vault atChippiannock, Mr.
Schureman going to Cincinnati Saturday
to consult with Mr- and Mrs. Ashly as to
their wishes with regard to the final rest
The pah bearers will be Messrs. S. J.
Collins, John Weiss. Wm. A. Guthrie, R.
Ketr. W. C. Collins and Dennis
Klaherty, ihe latter an old friend of Mr.
and Mrs. Schureman, from Cincinnati,
who was t initio" them.
An old resident and much beloved lady
departed this life at her home, 404 Third
treet, at (i:30 last evening. It was Mrs,
Ann Siegr st, who thus succumbed to the
lebilities of advanced years. She came
here with her husband, the late John Sie
grist, in 1241, having been married the
previous vear in Pennsylvania. She was
born at Btlfast. Ireland, Murch 20, 1S05,
and came to America, settling in the
Keystone state in 1820. She leaves two
sons. Philip and John, to mourn the loss
of one who was a devoted mother all her
days. Th j funeral will be held from her
late home at 9 o'clock tomorrow morn
MR. HITTER'S FUXERAL.
The funeral of the late Assessor C. H.
Ritter will be held at 2 o'clock tomorrow
afternoon from the late residence, corner
of Third svenue and Fourteenth street.
W. H. Crest, temporarily of Washing
ton, D. ('., tins resumed operations at
this end of the iine in the evidently pleas
ant occupation to him, of removing
faithful and tfllcii-nt federal employes.
Postmaster Elolt. of Moline, yesterday
informed Letter Currier M- O'Reilly that
be had reel ived instructions from Wash
ngton to the effect that his (O'Reilly's)
services were no longer ri quired at the
postofflne. Mr. O'Reilly asked for an ex
planation, and inquired if charges had
been tiled against him. Mr. Holt knew
of none, a id said no cause was assigned
or the removal. John M. Hartzcll is
the man sdected to take Mr. O'Reilly's
Mr. OTieilly was appointed a letter
carrier by ex Postmaster Gould in July,
1887, and has served continuously and
with credit ever since. Everyone on his
route sneit'ia in the highest terms of bis
faithfulness and efficiency. He is an
iron moulder by trade and well known in
this city.. His summary dismissal with
out cause s on a parallel with the treat
ment the democratic carriers in Rock
Island received at the hands of Mr. Gest.
MrKlsnle Meenrea aa Injanettoo,
Pfeventlos the Special Head Camp
Meeting at Dea Soloes Xext Month.
Judue Tuthill in Chicago yesterday
granted an injunction and issued a man
damus restraining the head camp of
Modern Woodmen from holding a ses-.
sion outside of the state of Illinois,
aa contemplated by the call for the
pecial session at Des Moines next
month and against transacting any and
all business, as stated in Head Consul
Root's call for that special meeting, also
against using the name "Modern Wood
men of America" In connection with the
rival order of the "Sovereign Camp of the
World," founded by Root; and further
more against taking copies of the books or
papers out of the state and against col
lecting the disputed double assessment,
5 and 6, or suspending any member for
nonpayment of the same until after the
regular meeting of the head camp in the
Thia will create a great deal of surprise
and some consternation among Woodmen
as McKinnie by taking things in bis own
hands has acted in a measure contrary to
the sense of the convention held in this
city last week, which advised the sending
of delegates to the special camp meeting
and the payment of the double . assess
ment. This late move complicates the
ulDia TVfltlac a Mtorace Battery,
The Dubuque Street Railway company
baa received from the Accumulator com'
pany, Philadelphia, a storage battery car.
Mr. Htfilt finger, an expert from Phila
delphia, is there to put it up and it will
be runnint; within ten days. A portable
engine of ibirty horse power and a Jyna
mo capable of serving six storage battery
cars will be placed at the street car depot.
A maximum speed of twelve miles an
hour on tl e level ia gaaranteed. It is
also guaranteed that the car will ascend
any grade not oyer 8 per cent. The com'
pany has I eenred an option on fifteen
cars, nine of which may be demanded at
once. Should the experiment with the
car prove satisfactory nine other storage
battery can will be ordered here within
ninetv dsvs. There will be two sets of
batteries so that one may be charged
while the other is in service. The bat
teriea are carried under the car.
4 mis PaliM Work.
City Msrahal Miller's report for July is
given belcw: -
ArrestsDrank. 7; assault and battery,
9; assault with deadly weapon, 2; drank
and disorc erly, 2; abusive language,
larceny, 3; shooting in city limits,
breach of the peace, 4; peddling without
license, 1; attempt to rape, 1; disorderly
conduct, 4; vagrancy, 3; violating city
ordinance, 1; total, 40; city, 31; atate, V
Lights out. Brush. 183.
Tramps lodged, 17 .
Jail bill. 5.
Amount of fines collected by Magistrate
H.G. Wiri'.L 105.75.
The Mary Morton passed down.
The excursion steamer, Josephine
The C. W, Oowlts brought sixteen
strings of logs.
The stage of the water is 3:00; the
temperature on the bridge at noon was
The Verne Swain was in and out as
usual on her regular freight and passen
ger traffic between Rock Island and Clin
Travel over the Rock Island bridge
yesterday amounted to: South, teams,
500; foot, 486; north, teams, 580; foot,
The Lumberman came down with six
strings of lumber, the Mountain Belle
with thirteen, and the Thistle with sixteen.
The packet Sidney went north with
the corpulent Capt. Bland puffiing as
hard with the heat as the bout was with
It looks as though there will be no
more excursions on Lake Pepin. The
government has ordered that hereafter all
boats carrying excursions on that body
of water must draw at least six feet of
water. On a river such as the Missis
sippi a boat of that draught is out of the
Henceforth the office of United States
steamboat inspector will be located in
Dubuque. The bill which passed con
gress removing the office from Galena to
Dubuque has been signed by President
Harrison and is now a law. And this is
another painful realization of what Rock
Island did not tret.
The excursion down the river on the
Libbie Conger, under the auspices of the
Schnell Literary and Social club last
night was a brilliant success in num
bers, finances and pleasure. Over 700 ac
companied the trip and 150 exceeding the
capacity of the boat and barge, were left
on the shore. It was the biggest excur
sion of the season. The boat went to
White Sulphur and returned at 2:30 this
There is a feeling amang the river men
that there is being an undue amount of
blame laid upon the shoulders of Tonv
Le Claire on account of the accident nf
last Thursday afternoon at Clinton. In
their attempt to excuse him, they sny
that the right thing would have been for
the captain to have ordered a line f as
tened to the shore by which the boat
could he swung to her proper place in the
channel above the bridge without dan'
ger. This was not done, and the circura
stances were such as to render the pas
sage dangerous and difficult Davenport
Roots Nnrrrrda llnxp.
A rumor comes from St. Louis that the
liellea there have calmly removed their hose
aud adopted top boots. It is said that
the wearing of garters has a tendency to
make the feet big, and that St. Louis
young women were not built for sus
penders. The idea originated In Spain,
from whence it readily spread to France,
Of course its adoption by the French at
once brought it into prominence, and it
ia now considered the proper thing. The
boots are very light in weight, some hav
ing heels and others low, either kind be
ing allowable. Patent leather seems to
be preferable, but a great many pairs are
made out of morocco with kid tops. The
tops of the latter are highly ornamented
with designs in colored silks. Of course
nothing but the softest kind of leather is
used in the manufacture of these boots.
IT. H. SlONit Ornrs. 1
WanhlngtoiL,D.C., .'tily St. I
For the next 24 hours: Fair and
To tnt Fob lie.
I find it necessary in view of the high
cost and light supply of ice to announce
a moderate increase in the price for the
month of August. The charge will be by
the nnnared pounds to ail, and prices
For 25 lbs and up at one delivery, 40c
For 100 lbs " " 35c,
For less than 25 lba " . " 50c
A new idea embraced in Ely's Cream
Balm. Catarrh ia cured bj cleansing and
healing, not by drying up. It is not
liquid or snuff, but is eaaily applied into
the nostrils. Its enect is magical and
thorough treatment will cure the worst
cases. Price 50c.
The worst esses of scrofula, salt rbeum
and other diseases of the blood, are cured
by Hood a Saraapanlla.
Order your ice creams and icea from
Krell & Math for your parties and recep
tions and then you will be sure to please
the palate of your guests.
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no oaor.
Chocolate, strawberry, lemon and va
nilla ice cream at Krell & Math's.
It isn't always the prettiest girl who
weara the neatest bathing or tennis auit
Last day of July.
The tri city camp at Colona broke up
Toll Collector Sweeney's report for
July was $200.75.
The great aqd only Barnum will be in
Rock Island on either Sept. 17 or 19.
The duBt of ages" is nothing com
pared to what we are experiencing now.
Miss Ann Montgomery, daughter of
Supervisor R. S. Montgomery, of Rey
nolds, is visiting at the residence of her
uncle, Capt. J. M. Montgomery.
Fred Alters has just distinguished him
self in the handsome new delivery wagon
he has painted for the hustling bouse
urnishers, Kann & Hucsstaedt.
Albert Flemming, formerly of Kann &
Flemming. has purchased Harry Fay a
barber shop on Second avenue east of
Eighteenth street, and will conduct it
A telepnone No. 1115 has been put
in Wbeeleo's undertaking rooms on
Twentieth street. The entire stock of
the new establishment has now been received.
Geo. Woodward, of Cordova, was
drowned in the river there this afternoon
about 1 o'clock while bathing. He was
taken with the cramps and was unable to
swim. He was nineteen years old.
Spud" Holmes, of Milan, bad a nar
row escape Tuesday afternoon, jumping
from the Mercer county train while under
way and sustaining as it was, a serious
hip injury with which he is now laid up.
They had a fint timo out at the Big Is
land camp last night. It was nothing
less than a good old-fashioned dance
with violin music, such as used to be
heard in the log cabin merry making of
Mr. Oliver Olson has returned from
his Wisconsin fishing jaunt. He bad the
misfortune to be extremely ill during his
stay on the lakes, and therefore did not
enjoy himself as he would have done
Messrs. John Schafer, Jr., and W. C.
Sheppard, of Port Byron, and Beni.
Wightman. of Odkaloosa. leave this evens
ng on a trip to Utah accompanied by
their families. They go on business and
Mrs. Mollie T. Cressy. nee Turner,
writes to the Argus from her home in
Independence, Oregon: "We have an ad-
lition to our family in the shape of a
ear little boy now nearly two weeks old.
My own and mother's health is quite
Arthur Patterson, the fourteen year
old colored boy, plead guilty to a second
charge of larceny having just completed
his lail sentence on the first charge, in
the county court yesterday and was sen
tenced by Judge Adams to four years ia
tne reiorm scnooi at ronuac.
There will be three races at the Rock
Island track on tomorrow (Friday) after
noon. Two trotting races and one pac-
ng. There are about twenty horses en
tered from the three cities and there will
be some close and exciting racing. Ad
mission 25 cents. Tnose holding season
tickets vill be admitted free.
The large arch oyer the main entrance
to the new Young Men's Christian asso
ciation building is now complete. It is a
tine piece of architecture, having a twen
ty-two foot span, the largest in this vicin
ity. It consists of twenty nine massive
pieces of brownstone, on which is to be
carved in bold letters (each stone repre
senting a letter) "Young Men's Christian
The advertisement of Robt. Wall the
well known carriage manufacturer, ap
pears elsewhere on this page. Mr. Wall
does business on the principle of "live
and let live prices, consequently he is
doing a fine business in carriages and
buggies. Today he sold a fine two seated
surrey to Mr. Louis Salzmann, of the
firm of Clemann & Salzmann.
A sight such as tends to arouse more
indignation than disgust was witnessed
on Seventh avenue last night. A boy
who has not more than just entered his
teens was returning apparently from work,
for be carried a dinner bucket, while two
younger boys, evidently work boys too,
were actually holding bim up and guid-
ng him along the street, so utterly help-.
less and stupefied was be from the effects
According to Professor Root, the Can
ton weather prophet, the movement of
storms in August will differ from that of
July storms, being of a more copious na
ture in rainfall and extending more from
north to south. Inking in a greater scope
of country. The storms will be less vio-
ent, developing more into steady rain.
except during the tornado periods. In
short, according to the Canto nian, glori
ous rains will break the drouth every
The work of putting the Cable mcmor
ial fountain in Spencer square in place.
was commenced this morning. hue in
Chicago Mayor McConochie visited Mott'a
iron works from which the ornaments
were ordered, and he was informed there
that the finest lot of ornaments had been
sold to Rock Island that bad ever been Dur
chased by any city in the United Slates.
One may judge from this how magnifl
cent our square will be when completed.
The Rock Island glass workers, Albert
Owens, Louis Soutcr. Chas. Barker, Sam
Webb and Ignatz Moritz have purchased
the tract of land between Andalusia and
Buffalo on which they have been camp
ing tor some time. It comprises ten
acres, and tbey bought it for f GO of Fred
Kautz. of Buffalo. Messrs. Gustave
Stengel and Jacob Ohlweiler have just
been down on a visit to the boys, and
say tbey have made a good investment.
It is a dolightinl spot, and better fishing
could not be found. It will be called
Cordova, July 30.
Mts Elroy Camp, of Moline, ia visit
ing Mrs. W. K. Johnston;
Mr. Thos. Smith and wife, of Elkhorn,
Wis., are visiting Mra. Mullery. '
Mra. Wooders and family left for their
home at Canton, 111, Saturday. -
Will Stockwell caught twenty-four
black bass yesterday. The best catch
that has been made here this season.
Chas. Webster, who has been working
on the steamer Abner Gile all summer, is
home with a sore foot. He cut it with an
W. S. Pidcock has opened a restaurant
in the Stockwell block. Walter has the
reputation of being, a firstclass caterer,
and will undoubtedly do well in this business.
The steamer White Eagle returning to
Dayenport with an excursion party on
Sunday put a drunken man off here. He
staggered up and down the main street
until the steamer Swain came up when
be concluded to go north again.but Capt.
Streckfus said be did not want ao much
bad whisky aboard, and the city marshal
took care of him.
A prominent farmer of this township.
in talking of the candidacy of Ben Cable
for congresa, aaid: 'I know that Ben
Cuble ia a bright young man ; that he is
well Qualified to represent this district in
congress; that bis wealth which some
speak of aa an objection should rather
be regarded aa recommending bim. He
said Cable could have no object in seek
ing thia position other than the honor
that might come to bim ia representing
faithfully and well the interests of this
district and of the whole people . "I am
Cable man," said he, "because, in the
event of his election it means one more
vote against the iniquitous system that
made thia hoe coat me fifteen cents more
than it otherwise would have coat that
increases proportionally the cost of nearly
every article that 1 have to buy and he
shouldered the hoe and went on nis
In Favor of Lady lunlo.
London, July 31. The jury in the
Dunlo divorce case returned a verdict in
favor of Lady Dnnlo. The court ordered
that Viscount Dunlo pay U the costs of
the action. A vast crowd cheered Ladv
Dunlo aa she emerged from the court
room. Iidy Dunlo was a variety actress
when alio was married to the viscount,
who is the son of Ixvd Clancarty, and
when Dunlo fell in love with her she was
the mistress of another man. A relapse
into her old way of enjoying herself was
alleged as a reason for divorce, but the ev
idence was very weak.
The Compound Lard BUI.
Washington- Citt, July 3L Tha house
committee on agriculture reported to the
house yesterday, with recommendations
that it pass, a substitute for the hnjjBe
bill defining "lard," and imposing a tax
upon and regulating the manufacture and
Sale, importation and exportation of com
pound lard. The committee in their re
port state that their new bill ia substan
tially the same as the old one, and resub
mit their report made on it.
The Original fackagn Hill.
Washington City, July 31. The con-
ferrces on the "original package" bill yes
terday aRreed upon a report. By a vote
of 5 to 1 thy agreed to recommend that
the house recede from its amendment and
agree to the senate bilL The member of
the conference who voted against this
propositi'ui was Oates of Alabama. There
will be a hot fight over the report in the
bouse, and the bill may be sent into con
The I'resident OAT lor the Sea Shore.
Washington Citt, July 31. The presi
dent left the city yesterday afternoon on
the 3:15 p. m. train en route to Cape May
For example, the present Is the time
to forecast the future and plan for get
ting the children supplied with school
clothing. To help you to do that w J
place on sale a new case of double fold
dress flannels, all wool, in plain, and
mixture. 20 pieoes at 25o a yard. .v-v,.
INITIAL. Handkerchiefs are all the
rage. We place on sale a new invoice
in ladies hemmed stitched initial, all
linen handkerchiefs, letters beautiful
styles, 25c each. You will want some.
UMBRELLAS Our sales of um
brellas have been enormous- From the
quantities sold we judged that we had
about supplied the entire community.
but we are mistaken; the call is for
more, more, more. Here they are:
Another immense assortment in the
new fall styles of handles, silver, gold,
natural wood inlaid with silver, etc.
More of those gold and silver heads at
ac. 9 1.37, Si. 57. made from our cele
brated gloria silk.
Iteligrasn Liberty In Ratals.
St. Petersburg, July 81. An imperial
a Vase has been issued forbidding further
operations by Protestant missionaries,
especially in western Russia, on penalty
of the offenders being conducted to the
Chicago. Jnly 80.
On the lioar.l of trade to-ilsy quotations
s-ere a follows: Wheat No. t August,
tTt-i ', i-!(-l Olt-ic: September, opened
fcVfc. cloe.l ; lKx-emb-r, opene 1 t4a,
cIom-A 5!r; May, opened Wc, closed tSe.
Corn Niv. If Aun opened ifAir. rloaad
4T4c: tVjitember. oiwned 44o, closed 45e;
May, opened fiOHc, closed vc. Onis-iNo.l
AukuM. opened 34c, r osed '; September,
oiwoed i-IFfr-, lo-ed :Vjc; May, opened 87o,
rinse I So-V'. I'ork July, opened and closed
$12.25; AnguM. opened fll.TV, closed flZ.tf;
S.-ptembi-r. opened 810.75, closed (11.30;
January, opened f 11 52U, dosed $11.40. Lard
August, opeuel and cloned 6.1(l.
Live stork Union k yar.ts price: Hoca
Market opened feirly active: prU'es -Oft
15c lower: pa- kers and shipixn buyiwr; light
gni-les, t i.T5.:i.!i; nmirh lacking. i 0533.74.
mixed lots, JH.T.N S9.I; Ut-uvy lacking and
liiiiii lots, l.?5,i 3.
t'a tie-Market weak and slow with bids
rariuir g from V to 15c lower: choice to fancy
breve J4 n U; qood to choice, S4.UI i.
4 5n; common to m ilium. S3.5nt3.MK Texans,
lik-lower, oWit, butchers' stock weak
tl.Vvr .... sheep Msrk t dull and tor lower
lambs Meaii; native, t4.i5.4n; westerns
JH.W 4.S TexauN S .:5U.4-i; lambs, J4.7f
Produce: Rul ter-Finest cremeries, 144
lft'e per fr; finest daries. iljtlix packing,
Mock, .V". Ktr-,n - strictly fresh. lalic
pt-r dug. Iiultr--Chickens, ben. IOuIOHc
l-ei- roo ters, turkeya, mixed lota, ttAlOot
spring dm 1.8, W tfiluV: Reese. 4.IW3 00 per
dot. fotatoM Temii-Aov lioie, St.'.tiSi per
M1. Apple Kair to choir. M.'4 0) prbbt.
lU-plieri-ies-Hlac'.-. I .eni.1.7i per lS-qt ease;
r-d. 1 iii..l.fti pvT 4-qt case. Huckleberries
5Hi'iJ per box; f 1.51 p r 16-qt case. Blackberries-
Michigan, SLarotl.tti per ltt-qt case; Illi
nois, 7.Vittl.25 per 24-t case.
New York. July 34
Wi.ini-No. 2 red winter. $1.1014 cash; do
August. ICV: do September, V7l4c; Decem
ber, IVVic. t orn-No. 2 mixed cash, &OL40;
do August, Mc; do September, Kc Oats
-Quiet. No. -' mixet cisu, 4iS41o: do Sep
tember, do itt to'ocr. .c. K ye and bar ley -Nomina.
I'ork -lull; mess, U.UOJ 14.01
Lard yuief; Aucust, fi.52
Liresl'M k: Cattle - Market dull st a dea
cliiie of Ilk- V h' B s- MHrest to bett steers,
iH.lUjU.ikl loi B's: bulls and dry ors,
2.55. siieep ami Uinbs -Sh -cp, steady; lamba.
Mo V lower: rbeep. '4 o 4 ft. 1 luu t;
lamb. ?".in;-..M. li.iK9-.Urkct hUrlier; lira
boKN H 10,j4..ll 111. 1 k'R.
Day rpland prairie. $u VK311 00
Bay Ttmotny r: SO&t S.SO.
Hay Wild, H0.0.I.
Cord Wood S3 SQ.J4.I0.
SIKGRIST In Rock Island. July SO. 1S90, Mr.
Ann Sicermt, aged r5 years, 4 months and Ave
daya. r oneral at 9 o'clock a. m., Kriday, AuguM
a, iiuiii iiuui w oiru aireei.
No. 110. 11112 and 1614, Third Are.,
Is the cheapest place in the connty to buy Car
riages, Buggies, Paints, Oils, etc.
Top Baepies B)S7 OO
Open Bougies 40 OW
A GOOD THINS TO DO
IS TO TAKE TIME BY THE FORELOCK.
I iff ti-l -.u
J'f aMW t 1! flsUV.1 mi o
BEST IN THE WORLD.
" They don't spirt, break or splinter'
'Hare no sharp; knife'dike edges to'
cut through wearing apparel, t ,., .
They don't warp, rust or twist- t . r,ljtl
They don't draw lightning.'
Are not' dangerous to life or Gabs,'
likesteeL "-:; 1 , i.c-.:v:!. :
Are not made up of splinters., ..,.
They don't scratch or pierce yjur
body. ' - ' " ' ' " ' ' ",
They contain no gum to stick and '
hold the needle and thread, etc- .'.1.11,1
Are easily sewed into dress waists ,
and stays afterwards.'" ' '"
Are the only perfect and realiable
stay. .'.-,' .v.i
' at so or
f 200.00 and Upwards
For tale, secured on land worth from
three to fire times the amount
of the loan.
Interest 7 per oest semi annually, collected sua
remitted free of ckarg.
E. W. HURST,
Attobjtkt at Law
Rooms I and 4 Masonic Tetapls,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Lloyd & Stewart,
BOl'K UUID, ILL..
Spring Styles now Beady.
Hock Island. Illinois.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
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 TJXDER THE THE STATE LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Open dally from 9 s. m. to 4 p. m., and Srtorday 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. RKTNOLD3. Pres. .? C. DESK ASK, Tice-Pres. J. M. BCFORD, Cssbier.
P. L. Mitchell. E P. Remolds, F. C. Denktnann. John Crobaneh. C. P. Lynde,
J. t. Rcimere, L. Simon. E. W. Hnrrt, i. If. Bnford.
Jacssos a HcssT. Solicitors.
tWlll berin hnlnes July 8, 1890, and will occupy banking room with Mitchell Lynde
until new bank is completed.
A very complete assortment of full sets to choose from, ranging in price
from f 9.00 up. Open stock patterns in blue and brown, excellent ware,
also, from which-you can make up yoar lists at prices which will surprise
In every TarietT, and at reasonable prices. The
best assortment of table tumblers and eoblets ever
Plenty of them at ten cents.
G. M. LOOSLEY.
China and Glassware. 1609 Second Ave.
LTaJTEasW JCCaWl- a- , T II
G. O. HUCK3TAEDT
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS
AND WINDOW SHADES,
At prices, which like quality, we defy competion.
We thank yoa sincerelr for yonr past favors, sad here pledge yoo oar best efforts la the
f stare. Oar dealings shall be characterized by nrompuese sod tae strictest integrity to
oar matnsl interests.
KANN & 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 and Gentlemen.
IJgTTanned Gooda in all colors.
An Encyclopedia valued at 98 00 given away to each customer buying $23.00
worth of Boota and Shoes. Call In and let us ahow yoa the book and
explain how yoa can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE. 1818 Second J A venue.
ELM STREET SHOE 8TOBI
tm Fifth Atum.
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