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THE HOCK ISLAND AHGUS, SATUKDA Y, AUGUST 16, 1890.
JAHNS & BERTELSEN,
r, Tin aofl
PLUMBING, GAS AND
And House Furnishing Goods.
tSgrSteamboat and Distillery
1725 SECOND AVENUE,
Ne?l tlcjor to Crampton's Bookstore, (up stairs.)
Mie publk is cordially invited to Inspect onr new Gallery, the finest West of Chlcigo
without any exception. We have the only Camera in thin vicinity large enough to make life
iv PholoLTaph direct. We have the only tiallery hi tliia city which is Awt-clana In all its
appointment. In fact It contain 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.
-s 1 rJi-r .liftiistst 'xMJ,"y. tirAhii i-T)fH M'tc Cuics. 00
WALL PAPER COMPANY
312, 314 Twentieth St.,
And Postoffice Block, Moline.
FINE WALL PAPER Exclusive aircntR
rm.-u,r,i: Hirite S Sou. Janewsy A Co.. Konert
York Wall Paper Co., and Kohert Graves & Vn.
SEE iUh SPECIALS which includes all tne
below other dealers.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
. $2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
For the cure of all disorders of the
They are safe, sure and pleasant and act like a charm.
They have no equal as a Family Fill, and that all may try them
we give away a sample package FIEE. Call and get one.
Regular Size 25c a Bottle.
T. H. THOMAS,
Druggist, Rock Ialand.
Sheet Iron Wort,
Work a Specialty.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL
Bit - ? B .H w
KINGSBURY & SON,
1703 Second Avenue.
for the following six largest Wall Paper
3. Ilobtw Co., evins a, naviiauu, oc
Art papers, rrices irom id to ou per m
Liver, Kidney and Stomach.
Evidences of Rock Island's Con
tinued Prosperity .
The Im rovr-ments on Every Hand
That II we Been Hade, Are In Pro
creas, a ad Are to be A Uaod Town
to Hie to.
Everyone who comes to Rock Island
has something complimentary to say of
the way tt e city has been imptoved in the
pant two ears. The smooth substantial
appearance of the paved streets, the preps
arations for more like them, the hand
some solid business blockB and other
buidiogs in course of erection, the beaulis
ful appearance that has been given Spen
cer pquare with its fountains and artistic
arrangement, the improved street car
service with immediate prospects of bet
ter, all t ;nd to attract the eye of the
stranger f.nd arouse interest in the
city. All these healthy conditions
are 01 immense advantage to a
city, whoMe first step in the way
of progress must be to invite the
attention f outsiders and receive and
treat them well when once they become
associated or identified with us. But
these otitai le evidences are not all that
Rock Island has to indicate its steady. sure
advancement. The new business houses
already not?d and others which are soon
to be anno meed, the probab'.e $100,000
cooperative enterprise, the determination
on the part of the city to establish a paid
fire department, the fact that our street
railways alHo be equipped with elec
tricity within ninety days, the new lease
of life taken by the Harper house and
Harper's theatre in passing into the hands
of Manager Montrose, and the improve
ments already in progress in one and
promised in the other, all go to show that
things are looking up in Rock Island. I:
was with a t-pirit of pride amply justified
that the Rock Island Citizens' Improve
ment association, which has been in the
main respomible for these conditions, en
tered enthusiastically upon its third year
There are till further proofs of Roe k
Island's bright prospects in thj way of
new buildings in contemplation for next
season. These include not only several
business blocks on our most prominent
streets, but the possibility of a new place
of arnusemet t. The recent announce
ment that Harper's theatre would be
closed for the season, gave rie to this
proiect, and while the more recent ar
rangements f r the old theatre which ass
sures its imptovement and opening has
probably cheeked immediate steps in the
direction of the new one, it will be
built in the near future and there
is abundance of room for two here.
t'arlessatss Caaaes a Collision.
What came near being a disastrous af
fair occurred at the approach of the
slough bridge at 9 o'clock last evening.
It was due to carelessness on the part of
a young mac who attempted to drive
around a bugcy which was waiting at the
end of the bridge for the gates, which were
dropppd for a passing train, were raised.
But the Davenport driver did not leave
sufficient leeway and the wheels of the
two vehicles locked and both upset. The
first buggv contained two Rock Isl
anders and men, buggies and horses
were soon tangled -up in a bad
mess. Guard Park attempted to catch
the heads of the horses and prevent
serious damage, and while be no doubt
saved the whole crowd from going down
the embankmi nt, he was pressed up
agsinst the rail ng and painfully iuiured,
and his cjothis were badly torn. The
wreck was sooc straightened out, and the
Rock Island men drove off with their rig,
which seemed to have fared worse than
that driven by the Davenport young
man, and whii h belonged in GimncTs
stable, and the horse soon got away from
its driver again, and came down town to
Eighteenth street on a jump. There it
was caught and taken to Kerr's livery
stable while the young man was taken in
charge by friend, who later to ik him
home in a back. He in not seriously in
jured. The guard was also obliged to
go to his home in Davenport, but it is
learned today tht he is not in the least
disabled in cot sequence of the acci
dent. NunKay Mrrvlre).
At St. Joseph' Catholic church there
will be one mass at 8:30 a. m.
At Trinity cl urch, there will be the
usual Sunday services. Rev. R. H Rudd,
of Knoxville., o(Eciating.
At the United Presbyterian church,
preaching by the pastor. Rev. II. C. Mar
shall at 10:45 a. m. In the evening the
congregation will join with others in a
union service at the Baptist church.
At the First M. E church, preaching
at 10:45 a. m. and 7:35 p. m. by the pas
tor. Rev. G. W. flue. Sunday school at
9:15 a m., J. F. Robinson, superintend
ent. Young pec pie's meeting at 7 p. m.,
C. E Adams, leader.
At the Christian Chapel, services at
10:45 a. m , conducted by Rev. J. F.
Ghormley, of Davenport Christian
church. No evening service. Young
People's meeting at 6:45 p. m. Sunday
school at U.I 5 a. ro.
At the Broadwuy Presbyterian church,
Rev. W. 8. Marquis, pastor, will preach
t 10:45 a. m. Subject: "The Spiritual
Effects of the Gospel." Also at 7:30 p.
m.. "Korea, the Hermit Kingdom." Sab
bath school at 9:1 ) a. in. Young people's
meeting at 6:45 p. m. South Park Mis
sion school at 2:i0 p. m. ,
At the Central Presbyterian church,
services In the mo -ninsr with preaching by
Lhe pastor. Rev. J no. H. Kerr. Subject:
"Elijah, the uiocourageo, aesoonaeni
Prophet." Sabbath school at 9 80 a. m.
The union service tomorrow, evening oc
curs at the Baptir, church with preach
ing by Rev. T. W- Grafton, of the Chris
At the First Biptist church, preach
ing at 10:45 a. m. bv the pastor Rev. Dr.
Taylor. Subject, "The Noblest Life and
Its Crown." Sunday school at 8 33 a.
m. Mission Sund ty school at the Forty
fourth Street chapd at 3 p. m. Young
people's meeting it 6:45 p. m. Inion
services In the eve aing at 7:45. Sermon
by Rev. T. W. Qraftoq at the Christian
To the people of
just one claim, and
nicest, neatest and
store of any city w
not be ashamed to
the tri-cities. I make
that is that I have the
cleanest second hand
est of Chicago; so do
drop in, examine my
stock and save mot
you can do.
ey, which I guarantee
J. W. Jones,
1614 Second Ay.
The Sidney, Capt. Belaud, will be up
The, Bella Mack brought down six
strings of logs and went back for more.
The Verne Swain touched landing here
as usual today, going out for Clinton at
The stage of the water was 1:75 at
noon and falling; the temperature on the
bridge at noon, 77.
Travel across the bridges yesterday
amounted to: Foot south, 545; north,
551. TeamB south 723; north, 726.
Recent reports show a light rise in the
Mississippi at Keokuk, due to rains along
the Iowa, Cedar and Stnnk, and station
ary water here, two-tenths of a foot fall
at Dubuque, and a rise of no consequence
at and below St. Paul .
The recent high water has wrought
some startling changes in the channel of
the Mississippi river about Bnrlington,
and as the water falls sand bars , and
shoals appear in the most unexpected
places. A bad crossing has been made
immediately below Otter Island, and the
ether evening the StPaul fell afoul of the
sand, and turned and puffed for some
time before making her escape. The
Mary Morton, north bound, the same
morning, 1 also ran aground on the same
crossing and had considerable difficulty.
The water is falling steadily, and only
lacks a few feet of the unprecedented
zero mark of last January. Unless there
is a change soon in the reefs about the
foot of Otter, some work will have to be
done on a wing dam or a dredger.
The fleet of steamers owned and oper
ated by the Galena, Dubuque & Minne
sota Packet company during the season
of 1856, which brought thousands of set
tiers to the new northwest, was composed
of the following, which, with their officers
will be pleasantly remembered by the set
tiers of that period: Greek Slave, Captain
Gall; Royal Arch, Captain J. J. Smith;
Alhambra, Captain Gabbcrt; Granite
State. Captain Uure; City Belle, Captain
Chamblan; Ocean Wave, Captain . Glen;
Ltdy Franklin. Captain Lucus; Golden
Era, Captain Parker; Northern Bell, Cap
tain P. Lodwiek; Galena. Captain K.
Lodwick; War Eagle, Captain Harris.
Fancy rockers at Kann & Huckstaedt's,
Rev. G. W. Gue returned from the east
Fine new sideboards just in at Kann &
Hon. E. W." Hurst has returned from
A fine line of new parlor centre tab'es
at Kann & Huckstaedt's.
Window shades, the very latest styles,
just received at Kann & HuckalaedlV.
The ministers of the city are requested
to meet at 10:30 a. m. on Monday at the
Y- M. C. A. rooms.
A new line of fancy tables have just
been received at Clemann & Salzmann's,
which are the very latest in style and fin
ish. The meeting of the various lahrr or
ganizations to arrange, for the Labor Day
celebration in Davenport occurs at Norris'
In the county court yesterday Daniel
Z ;is plead guilty to assault and battery
and was fined f 50 and costs by Judge
Hon. Geo. A. Caslleman, of St. Louis,
arrived at the Harper this morning and is
the guest of his brother-in-law, B. T.
J. H. Minteer and Miss Mary E. Mc
Hord. of Aledo, were married at the Bap
tist parsonage vesterday morning by Rev.
Quite a number of Moline democrats
called upon Mr. B. T. Cable last evening
and assure d him of a warm support in
the plow city.
Mrs. Capt. O. E. McGinley and Miss
Era Normoyle have just returned from a
delightful trip up the river to Stillwater
on the F. C. A. Denkmann.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kistler, of Buffalo
Prairie, were in the city today. Mr.
Kistler reports great enthusiasm in the
lower end over Mr. Cable's nomination.
Charles Arnold, the hearty, whole
sou led janitor in the rooms of Maj. Mc
Kenzie's civil engineers' oor-ps, is arrang
ing to start on a visit to his o!d home in
Ireland about Sept. 1.
Walter Coons, son of N. N. Coons, now
a policeman at Monmouth, but formerly
a "Q " conductor, tried to ride a cow the
other evening with disastrous results. He
was thrown to the ground and his left
A Moline man was sent down town the
other morning for something for break
fast and returned home with a box of col
lars that be had purchased at a genu'
furnishing house. It was when be re
turned the collars that the story of his ab
sent-mindedness got put.
The board of education did not hold its
adjourned, session last evening, but de
ferfed it until Tuesday evening next to
await the action of the council as to the
usage of the Wideawake hose house,
pending the completion of the new No. 2
There are no further developments in
the matter of electrizing the car lines of
the Holmes syndicate beyond those pub
lish ad yesterday. The Sears Power com
pany is in session late this afternoon for
the purpose of electing oQcers and or-
The Hon. John A. Enander. editor of
lieuiiai(let,Chca0,a to be the new Swed
ish professor of language and literature
at Augustana college. Mr. Enander is
the gentleman who was appointed min
ister to Denmark, bat was obliged to re
sign because of ill health at the time.
The watch tower ia attracting a great
many people this afternoon and will this
evening. Mr. H. F. Limp, of the tower
pavilion, has engaged Biehl's band to give
a concert at the tower, while BJeuer's
band appears at Newberger'a Spring Cove
slide. There will he abundant means of
Half hour oars will be started on the
Elm street branch of the Holmes syndi
cate Monday morning, and the time be
tween cars will be reduced to fifteen min
utes as soon as the curves arrive for mak
ing the connections at Nineteenth street
and Second avenue and at Fifteenth and
Mr. Morris Roaenfleld sails the 28th for
home. He had hoped to get back before
this, but that all returning steamers were
overcrowded. It will be a surprise to
Mr. Rosenfield's friends to learn that be
was not able ta stow himself away some
where on one of the big ships that ply the
.The funeral services over the remains
of Mrs. Maria Custer were conducted by
Rev. R. H. Rudd at the residence of her
son, H. P. Custer, 647 Nineteenth street,
yesterday afternoon. The pall bearers
were Judge Lucian Adams and Messrs.
R. Crampton, W. C. Collins, George Ben-i
nett, A. H. Pollard and Henry Boggtas.
Geo. Welch, a moulder in the employ of
Deere & Co., filed a suit for f5,000 In the
ciicuit court today against Deere & Co.
About four months ago Welch was pour
ing some metal into a mould in the foun
dry when an explosion occurred, injuring
bis eyes so severely that the loss of sight
was for a time threatened, and though he
recovered vision, bis eyes were seriously
Jennie McClure, a domestic in the fam
ily of Porter Skinner, on Mohne avenue,
has become suddenly violently insane,
and she created a sensation in the neign
borhood yesterday by her actions. She is
eighteen years of age and came here from
Iowa about a year ago.- Dr. Barth re
garda her mental aberration, severe as it
is, as only temporary.
Davis & Co. have laid their new fuel
gas pipes across Twentieth street at
Fourth avenue and also at Seventh ave
nue, in order to get out of the way of the
paving operations. The pipes will be
laid under Moline avenne this fall as far
as the paving is constructed. An eight
inch pipe has been laid on Fourth ayenuo
and a six inch on Seventh avenue. The
Moline avenue pipe will be ten Inches.
G. B. Adams has sold his paper, the
Whiteside Ilerald, to Lucian Dunbar, of
Charleston, III. The retiring editor of
the Herald will be remembered as the pro
mulgator of "Adam's Original Sin," from
which clippings have been made occasion
ally and the Ilerald will lose much of its
brightness by his leaving it. A talented
witty man, the world has much in store
for him herever he applies his pen.
Those federal employes who have
stuffed the Union with nonsense about
their party having exempted them from
political taxation will never want for
nerve. What do they take the public for?
Do they think that it is upon the strength
of their good looks that they have their
present positions and that it will carry
t'uem through without meeting further
partisan obligations? Not bo under Boss
Wells' regime. The boss takes all the
premiums for good looks, but his subs
must pay for them; that's the boss for
you, out and out.
THE. V.YS OF JUSTICE.
An Inrtilent li. th Court Rnoin of an
While at the postoffice in an Ohio vil
lage I heard the report that a murderer
had been captnred, and so I followed
the crowd to the lockup to learn more
about it. There I found a prisoner whose
every appearance proved the professional
tramp. lie was about 40 rears of aire,
very cool, and ho greeted the charge-wf
murder with a laugh. In a short time
ho was taken liefore a justice of the
peace for examination, and I found a
seat in the crowd. One look at the jus
tice satisfied me thnt he realized tho aw
ful gravity of the situation, and felt the
foundation stone of the United States
resting on his broad luk.
'Prisoner," he legan. "don't trifle with
this court, for it won't le allowed."
"Who's going to trifle?" was the an
"Don't yon do it, sir don't you do itl
Now, then, do yon want to confess?"
"Cold blooded murder!"
''Last night at 8 o'clock."
"Humph! How far is it to Cleveland,
"And I slept all night iu a barn back
here three miles."
"That's so, jndKe," said a farmer in
the crowd. "He came along at 9 o'clock
Wit night and I let him in there."
"You are sure?"
"And yon won't confess?" he asked of
"How can I being as I have done
"Very well; such obstinacy deserves
pnnishment, and I sentence you to the
county jail for ninety da vs."
"To prove to yon that justice never
sleeps, sir never. You ma' think she
do, but she don't she don't, sir. You
have been overtaken at last, sir at last,
sir; and the constablo will take charge
of the prisoner, and court is adjourned."
New York Sun.
Not a Credit to the Family.
"William," said the aged father to his
erring son, who was alxuit to. ptart on a
little journey with the sheriff of the
county, "you have brought it all on you
self. Yon deserve it. Yon have 'dis
graced the family forever."
"You'ro no saint, father," replied the
young man, "and there's no wings
sprontin' on any of the others in the
family. I got caught at it, and you
haven't got caught. That's about all the
difference between s. I reckon you can
stand the disgrace if I can."
"It isn't tho fact that you're goinz to
the penitentiary that hnrts," replied, the
old man. "It s noeause you're going
there fop making snide five" cent pieces
little, nasty, cheap, counterfeit nickels
when you might just as well have
made lver dollars of the year 1804 and
go $500. apiece for them. That's what
And the aged father turned away to
hide his emotion." Chicago Tribune.
Arm and Come! Fly witlrme, I im
Camilte Neverl Sir, you insnlt me.
Arm and What! You will not go?
Camille I will resist you with all the
strength of my woman's nature. If yon
would tear me from this place, you must
first drng tne and render me unconscious.
You will find a bottle of chloroform on
the bureau over there. From an unpro
duced drama by Dumas in America.
"So you are married. Jack?"
"I am, Jim."
"I hope you considered the matter
well. It is a serious matter assuming
the responsibilities involved in mar
riage," "You're wrong, my friend. I have no
responsibility at all now. My wife's the
boea." -Boston Courier.
Keeping- tbe Old Man Buy.
Miss Fonduv Have you seen papa?
. Mrs. Fonduv Yes, I found him figur
ing in the library, and induced him to
stop long enough to .listen to my plans
for spending August at the seashore.
Miss Fonduv And where is papa now?
Mrs. Fonduv Oh, he's still figuring.
The Flowers of Social Intercourse.
- Wife-rTm writing to Mrs. Van Cort
landt Lake, dear; shall I put in any
word from you?
. Husband That woman - makes me
deadly tired. Give her my kindest re
gards, of course. Puck.
lira &30B CottafM.
22x28, with kitchen addition and cist
tern, on Thirty-seventh street, for sale,
on monthly payments. E. H. Guter.
A large and beautiful assortment of
French candies just received at Krell &
Math 'a. Step ia and have them put you
up a box to take home.
For a delicious dish of ice cream or a
fine box of candy, go to Krell & Math's,
and get the best.
Made Ilia Log Tell a Lie.
Halifax, N. S., Aug. 16. Capt. Puloit,
;ommander of the English protection
cruiser Connanght. has been dismissed
from the Canadian service. The Con'
naught was stationed at North Bay to
leize all vessels canght fishing inside the
limit, but a court of inquiry, held by Ad
miral Gordon on board the nag ship
Acadia, found that tbe Connanght was
lying in AUenton harbor, and her crew
enjoying a frolicking time, when entries
in the vessel's log alleged that the cruiser
was at sea watching the Americana.
She Went Away Well "Heeled."
New YoliK, Ang. 16. The Herald re
ports the disappearance from her home,
at 134 Grand street, Brooklyn, of Mrs.
Henry Schuler, the wife of the manufac
turer of musical instruments. The
woman took with her her 13 year-old
daughter and $7,000 of her husband's
money. She ia believed to have eloped
with a music teacher named Frederick
Ticket Daly" I Unlawful.
Binohamton, N. Y., Aug. 16. The trial
of the five striking cigarmakers who were
recently arrested for doing picket duty.
terminated Fridav. Each was sentenced
to 100 days' imprisonment in the Albany
Too Frail to Serve His Time.
Dcbliv. Aug. 16. Mr. PowelL the ed
ltor of The Midland Tribune, who was
sentenced to Tullamore prison a few days
ago for publishing a boycott resolution.
has been liberated on account of ill health.
The I'otato might In Ireland.
DfBLix, Aug. K The potato blight is
spreading in the counties of Donegal,
Cork, Waterford, Tipperary, and Limer
ick, l'nces have already doubled at
Westport, where the guardians and tbe
government authorities are exertinsr
themselves to avoid rioting. The blight
has spread to the whole of Gal way, and it
is not eon line J to any particular soiL
Population Of St. Lonis.
St. Lous, Aug. 16. Special Census
Agent Hain has completed the revision of
the census, and bis report shows that the
population of the city is 400,2-JO.
Non-union cloakmakers. of New York
are inquiring of the legal authorities there
whether the unions have' the right to
starve incm to aeatn by preventing tnem
trom obtaining work..
Chicaoo. Aur. ISl
On tlie board of tra le to-day quotations were
as follows: Wheat No. 2 September, opened
M.044-. 1W1 SI MM IWs.m.,- r..
SlUf'. olo-e.1 $l.m: May, opene'i S1.0T54,
riie,i 1.1 no. v.orn .o. z August, opcwl
4Ti closed 47.-; Hepiember, opened 4SHo,
rlihl livr. Alay, oK-ned lte)ic, closed Mo.
OaU No. a August, 'opened 37, closed b64e:
SeplenitxT, opened S'e, dosed .ICle: May,
openid dotted inn-c. Pork .September,
opened am cloned ill. A; October, opened
and closed ; January, opened il&gU,
closed $lil2ii LarJ September, opened.
5Hi.1T, cloned fcS.l...
Livestock I'nion stofk yards prices: Hogs
Market oi-rxl dull and weak: - t&luc lower;
light irrndes, 'tUlHTt.He, ronvh packing, SS.i0
USX mixed lots, :s.ift.Si, heavy iacking
and fcuippiikg kits, Wt.Sol.'.iO.
Ca'tle Market -trontr; beeves. f3.7IVfl4.So;
cowa, $..4j:t-. Mnt-kers and feeders, $i0m
3.--M; Tt-xas steers, V.:'X. b. Sheep Market
Meadv: muttons. &i.T.iir, M: KMtm. axtin
ili.K lamia. 5.i-.,i6.r.
I'nxliu-e: Hutlcr-Kancy separator, ISastfc
I cr ; uc gathered cream, lr j,lti tine to coo I
imitations, in tiJc; darie-, fine-t treaa. 1S,14-;:
freh wckiu Mocks. 6,j.7c. Erics Strietly
fresh, l-.'al;ie per do Poultry Chickens,
hens, 8'u.rfle per lb; spring chirkens, Ulc;
roosters, fr.jli-; turkeys, mixed lota, luc;
ducks, H(irt-; spring ducks, Klftllc; geese, 4t&&
perdew. Potatoes-Early Oitio, J2.7ix3An0 par
hill; New Jersey Itoaa, H.50i,.75. Apples
New Illinois green, $1.2jr;:i,5: per bbl. Berries
Hucklclerries-aUi(.i.'c nerbox; $1.V per 10-jt
case. lUa'kterries Michigan, tl.uOjiLSJ per
New York. Ang. 15.
Wheat No. S red wiater. $1.034 cash; do
October, 1 ii ; do December. $1.066; do
May, Sl.l'1. Corn-No. 2 mixed InmnL
M-: do September, 54c; do October, A4,c
Oats ljuiet but steady; No. 2 mixtd bep-
lemiier, 40'ie; inOctolK-r, ... Rye-Nominal.
Hurley Nominal. Pork Dull; men,
HH.mffcU.Ui. Lard-Quiet, easier; September.
f.4i: o. t..ber fi.tt.V
l.ivest.-ck: Caitie-Trade brisk at an ad
vance of IV V 'S on all iirade; poorest to
best native s:cers, $4.2 iV O. Hi lbs; bulla
and drv cows. fcii,i3cli si.n 1
Sheep, a Mia e easier: lambs, tc lower; vhoep.
o..-. t' ' wi!-: inuxi. .'i..-.uwt7.ii. Hoga
Markcl rteavlyj live h gs, Jtl.snflto f ICO !.
Haj-r-rpland prairie, ft) 00G3.50
H.1V Tim.w n thttrt mi
Hay Wild, $10.00.
Oats 17 aa
Oord Wooo$S 5 3t4.'0.
K. & M. Stands for Krell &. Math wan
have the finest and purest ics cream in
tne vnree cues.
Mclntire Bros, have a new and rAliabln
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
icavea no ouor.
K. & M. for ice cream and fine cans
No. 1610. 1613 and 1614, Third Ave.,
Ia the cheapest place in tbe eonnty to boy Car
riages, Buggies, Paints, Oils, etc.
in arnu or
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
. three to five timet the amount
of the loan.
Interest 7 per cent semi annually, collected ana
remitted free of charge.
E. W. HURST,
Attohhiy at Law
Booms t and 4 Masonic Temple,
BOCK ISLAND, ILL.
Lloyd & Stewart,
" SOLE AGENTS
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A GOOD THING TO DO
IS TO TAKE TIME
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 we
place on sale a new case of double fold
dress flannels, all wool, in plain and
mixture, SO pieces at 25c a yard.
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 iudged 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
08c, $1.37, $1-57, made from our cele
brated gloria silk.
Have the largest establishment West of Chicago.
DONT FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 123 Sixteenth Street,
INCORPORATED CKDER THE THE STATE LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Open daily from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Svtnrday evenings from T 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. DENKMANN, Vice Pres. i. U. BCTOBD, Cashier.
P. L. Mitchell, K P. Reynolds, P. C. Denkmann. John OrnbanelL C. P. Lynde,
i. i. Rcimera, L. Simon, K. W. Harot. J. M. Buford.
Jackson A Hcbst, Solicitors.
tW Will beein bnntncps July 8, 1890, and will occupy banking room with Mitchell A Lynda
nntil new bank ia completed.
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A very complete assortment of full sets to choose from, ranging in price
from td-00 up. Open stock patterns in blue and brown, excellent ware,
also, from which you ran make up yoar lists at prices which will surptise
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CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS
AND WINDOW SHADES,
At prices, which like quality, we defy competioii. -
W thank yon sincerely for year past favors, and here pledge yon oar best efforts la tbe
future. Our dealings shall be characterised by promptness sad the strictest integrity to
onr mutual 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.
t57Tanned Goods in all colors.
An Encyclopedia valued at $6.00 Riven away to each customer baying $25.00
worth of Boot! and Shoe. Call in and let us show you the book and
. explain how yon can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Becond Avean
ELM 8TBEET SHOE STORE
BY THE FORELOCK.
BEST IN THE WORLD.
They don't split, break or splinter.
Have no sharp, knife-like edges to
cut through wearing appareL
They don't warp, rust or twist.
They don't draw lightning.
Are not dangerous to life or limbs,
Are not made up of splinters.
They don't scratch or pierce your
They contain no gum to stick and
hold the needle and thread, etc-
Are easily sewed into dress waists
and stays afterwards.
Are the only perfect and realiable
ull r is-
In every variety, and at reasonable prices. The
best assortment of table tumblers and eoblets ever
Plenty of them at ten cents.
Q. M. LOOSLEY.
China and Glassware, 1609 Second Ave.
Q. O. HUCKSTAEDT