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FrKD. JAHNS. J0IIN J3ERTEL8KN.
JAHNS & BERTELSEN.
Copper, Tin ana Sheet Iron lift-
PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING.
And House Furnisiunq Goods.
f-Steamboat and Distillery Work a Specialty.
1613 SECOND AVENUE,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
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KINGSBURY & SON.
1703 Segond Avenue.
BAKER & HOLISM
Wholesale Dealers for the Celebrated
Pastuer Germ Proof Filters.
Copper-Smithing, Sheet Iron, G-as and
Steam Fitting, Also Sewer work.
BAKER & HOUSMAN,
Opposite Hap.feu ITopstc.
A BIl BLAST.
The Business Part of the City
A Thundering Kvplomon on Market
( Mqaare KarljrThls Moraine-Hravy
Uamaxea to Windows).
Timothy Kennedy , .Esq., is a boomer.
He is one of those men who believe in
getting around in the morning pretty
near the bird t lat catches the worm.
This morning Kennedy as usual, roBe
with the Bun and apparently the thought
The Beaatlfal Public Park Practical
ly complete The Oraameati.
The last consignments of the Spencer
square ornaments arrived from new
York over the C. B. & Q thia morning,
and were at once taken in charge by Com
missioner Jackson who started a force of
men at work putting them in place,'
Messrs. Cramp ton and Searle of the Im
provement association assisting in look
ing after the details. Tbe task of
raising the Cable memorial fountain
is about completed and by tomor
row night everything will be in
struck him that it would be an unique P,ftCe- Tbe Argus has frequently des
idea to get the re it of the town up with cribed in detail the many lovely designs
him. and if there was any portion of the wn,cn contribute to the beauty of tne
population that liagcred undisturbed in the square and only brief allusion is necessary
arms of Morpheas when Kennedy got D0W About the elegant Cable monument
Jackson Has artistically
different vases, the large
Harper vase being directly in front and
facing on Second avenue, with the others
in pairs the Darts Sons, Potter and
Hurst, Huber and Wagner, Sudlow
and Truesdale, surrounding the big foun
tain, with the Spencer vases on eith
er side to the east approach, and tbe
Schneider and Magill vases on either
side of the Davis drinking fountain. The
smaller vases from the lawyers ornament
tbe coping of the Cable fountain. The
lion couchant, given by Mr. Fred Wey-
erhauser, are on either side of the walk
to the large fountain wilh the deer given
by Judge Drury on the east triangle. The
statues of Hebe from Mr. Gilpin Moore,
and Flora from the attorneys, are placed
through thev must be nfflicteil vers much fountain Mr
after the manner of th Hnmmv nnlio. I grouped the
man that Marsusi Miller keeps around to
talk with people who call to dispute their
dog tax, or to answer the telephone when
a complaint is burdening the wire con
cerning the dumi boat.
But we aie drifting away from Ken
nedy, and the shuck, which sounded like
a cannon's roar at a few minutes before
7 this morning. And by the way it is a
sober truth, nil joking aside, that Ken
nedy wits not on evil bent when he
caused that disturbance. He is employed
by Davis & Co. to superintend the sewer
excavations on Market square. The
great number of farmers who occupy the
square in the t'ay time make it iniposs
sible to do tbe Masting that is necessary
in the day time. So last night Kennedy
dug down to bd rock, and earlv this
morning he thought would be a good
time to blow out the impenetrable forma
tion before the f tinners got around. He
put in four st cks of dynamite in as
many holes, and by means of an
electric battery sent them off
simultaneously. This in brief explains
that terrific noiso that so many were ask-1
ing about today, and if you desire to in
vestigate further, go down on the fquare
and look at Home of the shattered
window panes, which represent $100
damages, and while the rocks flew in
an uireciions, the buildings in the im
mediate were s badlv shaken up that
the windows were cracked and fell out.
In the Schafer house saloon four four-and-a-half
by three feet lights were bro
ken, together wi h thirteen smaller panes.
Two windows in John Koch's shop, across
tbe alley, were liroken, and a window in
Suerman's and one in Pfoh's building on
tne opposite side of the square were
cracked. There will be no more quadru
Inquisition was made in the county
court this morning before Judge Adams
nd a jury comp ised of Dr. Q. L. Eyster,
and Messrs. Owen Jordan, C. W. llawes.
EI. E. Castcel, James McGarvey and
R ibert Richards n, into the mental con
dition of Mrs. Sirah M. Garnett, wife of
Samuel G. G irnelt.of Port Byron who has
been suffering fnm aberration of mind for
some time, a condition induced by over
taxing herself in her domestic duties.
The lady was adjudged insane and or
dered sent to t ie Elgin asylum. The
case is doubly sad in view of the
fact that a d tughter aged nineteen,
has become f-o anxious over her
mother's condi'ion as to impair her
I own mind, ami sue wm oe Derore me
countv court thw evening. Mrs. Garnett
haA taken particular care in bringing up
ber children, aiid the daughter who is
also probably insane, had been educated
for a school teacher.
Jennie McClu-e. whoso strange actions
about the premises of Porter Skinner
where she was employed as a domestic,
have received a' tent'un in the Aiuiua.was
before a coun'y court jury yesterday.
composed of Dr. C. C. Carter and
Messrs. John Carter, John Crabaugh, W.
J. Kerr, John C rken, A. D. Huesing and
Arthur Burra'K and Judge Adams,
i ordered her removal to the northern ins
sane asylum at 33lgin.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
IvOHN fe ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
The Pilot came down.
The Pittsburfj is due down.
The St. Paul went north last night.
The B. Herat ey, J. G. Chapman and J
K. Graves pasted up.
The Verne S'vain stirred up the water
between Kock Island and tJiinlon as
dipt. W. H. Pierce has succeeded Mr
Leroy Lawhead as engineer on the ferry,
The stage c f the water rem tins sta
tionary at 2:50. the temperature on the
bridue at noon was C4
The Isaac Staples and West Kambo
pap broueht down eight strings, the lat
ter of lumber and the other of logs.
A SURE CURE!
FOR A COUGH OR COLD IS
Irish Cough Syrupy
Acts quickly, is perfectly safe and never fails to cure all Lung troubles.
TRY JT. 10c, 25c and 50c Bottles.
iOnkM Hatter for Hennepin.
A special te egram to today's Chic i20
Tribune contains the following:
The. nenne dn provision in tne river
and harbor hill will not prevent f resident
Harris n from signing that measure u it
. t . . i - . :
i ever readies mm. insvenu m unrryum
nnwards of S25.1MHMMH) he tainka the to
tal should he 2,000.000 -or $3,000,000
ln,W 20.000.000. Not long ago the
president jok ngly told Senator Allison
that it wouldn't hurt thr, bill if the Hen-
npnin and a few otUer $500,000 items
were left out, but tr is was all. Senator
Hnllom said tliis afternoon that the pro-
riairtn having eon! through tue same ne
he didn't thin i there was much likelihood
that it would be stricken out in confer
ence.. as Chairm.in T. J. Henderson, of the
river and harbor committee, win oe one
nt tiiA eonfera.ice. and this may be set
down as a certainty.
on the cast and .west side respectively, of
tbe walk to the band stand, while the nu
merous iron settees and chairs of hand
some workmanship are tastefully distrib
uted along the walks.
The square as it at present appears re
presented an outlay of $11,000, this in
eluding the filling, grading, walks
and all ornaments, and it has
also enhanced the value of props
erty not only in that neighborhood,
but has improved tbe general appearance
of the cit7 to fully that extent. The city
should now take steps to provide a
watchman whose special duty it shall
be to guard the square at night and pre
vent trespass. Mr. Jackson desires
the public to know that tbe settees about
the fountain are intended particularly for
ladies and ladies and escorts, and he wants
the public generally to enioy and show an
appreciation of the park by visiting It at
all times, especially in tbe evening
It is not too early to begin to think of
Franklin square and Market fquare, both
of which will be put in as good condition
next spring it is to be hoped as Spencer
square. The people in the neighborhood
of Franklin square should lead the move
mcnt in which citizens generally will co
operate as cheerfully, no doubt, as they
have with reference to Spencer square,
while the city should see to it that Mars
ket square is paved, and a more grateful
and considerate spirit shown as regards
the gift fountain in the center, and the
horrid old shanty of a weightnaater's
quarters replaced by something more
sightly and ornamental.
Tim Slattery and Phil Siegrist were
each fined 3 and costs for intoxication.
Altas Tindall, living in Black Hawk,
township, complained to the police this
morning that be went to sleep near Rock
river bridge last evening, and while
snoozing was robbed of $20 in money.
Oysters and celery at May's.
Pears by the basket at May's.
Plums and blueberries at May's.
Dressed chickens at F. G. Young's.
Nice dressed chickens at Browner's.
Water and musk melons at Browner's.
California peaches by the basket at
Malaga and Concord grapes at . G.
Choice peaches, pears and apples at F.
Choice watermelons and mukmclons at
F. G. Young's.
Choice California apricots, pears and
grapes at Browner's.
W. B. Mclnlire and wife, of Superior
Neb., are visiting Mr. C. C.McIntire.
Mr. Graham Lee is vis ting his uncle,
Mr. G. Lee, of Hamlet, Mercer county
Oh, my. -bat they are handsome"
Simon & Mosonfelders new styles of
Mr. Ephriam Warren, of ,Watertown,
was in the city today calling on numerous
Tbe finest good.i the market affords are
what Simon & Mosenfelder present to
Rev. W. S. Marquis, of the Broadway
Presbyterian church, preaches at Gene-
seo ueti Sunday.
Fire damaged the residence of Mrs.
Hiram Taylor, in Moline, to the extent of
300 this afternoon. -
Rev. T. W. Grafton and family have
moved into the Cook homestead, 615
Misses Minnie and Maud Clark, of
Pittsburg, arrived last night for a visit to
relatives in the city.
Some gems in gentlemen's satin lined
fall overcoats received by Simon & Mo
Fall neckwear, fall styles of hats, me
dium weight underwear, are now all in at
Simon & Mosenfelder's.
Wanted at once A competent cook.
Good wages paid. Inquire at Mrs.
Charles Deere's, at Moline.
Mrs. W. P. Quayle and son. Willie,
left this afternoon for an extended visit
to friends in northeastern Nebraska.
Mr. J. C. Adams has returned from
Chicago, accompanied by bis wife and
daughter, who have been visiting there
for some time.
Messrs. ' Robert Fullerton and Will
Hartz left this morning on the ' J. K
Medicine known for ail Kidney, Long aad Stomach trouble. U
Thomas' Kidney and Liver Pills.
landed for KKCleston'a
Suit was iaitituted in the circuit court J Graves for a trip up the river and a visit
..i w s v flnoke. administrator oi i
1 J I . vr Tj:ni Tni;t nkn
.... V T VrrnUatnn The Com- I mr. uu Bin. uu, .uuch-uii
WW . - - - haT(J hee,, the Rue8to 0f Mr. and Mrs.
mercial drummer, arowneu in mo fi McD3nald. for tbe last two weeks,
sissippl on J i 'y 0 ior sra.wu bkbiubi. iefl frtr tDeir j,ome tody
the Rack Island Davenport Ferry com- j. p. Thee, a well known Davenport
inr ii.(jed neeliirence in causing butcher. Is missing and is reported to be
which is averred to HT&.uuu in aeoi. ine snena u in pos
t iTan session oi Dis pi ace oi uasiness.
25c a Bottle Samples free.
T. H. THOMAS,
Druggist, Bock Island.
Eggleston's t eatb,
have been accidental. John
worthy is counsel for the plaintiff.
For a delic ious dish of ice cream or a
fine box of c indy. go to Krell & Math s,
and get tbe t est.
K- & M. for ice
cream and fine cans
Messrs. . G. Frazer, W. 8. Knowlton
and Capt. J. M. Montgomery with their
famil ies drove up to Cleveland thia morn
ing to spend the day Ashing.
The Adams Wall Paper company is re
decorating and beautifying the interior of
tbe store of Lloyd & Stewart, the enter
prising hatters tad furnishers
Mrs. Wm. Nsdler, of Ottawa, III., who
has been on a ten days' visit to the family
of Mr. Frank Nadler on Twentythird
street, leaves for home this evening.
A young man named Chas. Collins,
while working a turning machine at tbe
Rock Island Plow works, waa painfully
injured this afternoon, and a doctor was
Geo. Wilson, at present with Agent
White, of the R. I. & P.. at Mi
an, will in a few days take a position
under F. H. Rockwell, freight agent of
the road in ibis city.
Mr. Henrv Mannington. Mr. R McCal-
ley and tbe Misses Blanch Mannineton.
Carrie Stanley and May Bullard, of Gen
oso, came down yesterday to attend tbe
party at Spring Cove last evening.
There hasn't been a day the last two
weeks that Simon & Mosenfelder haven't
received new fall, goods. The result is
that their store is now chuck full of nov
elties for gentlemen's and boys' wear.
Rev. J. S. McCord writes from Clifton
Springs, N. Y., that be is still belter and
will be home in a short time, tie will
take bis family to Dubuque, but will
probably be in the tri-cities for a time
A twelve year old son of Mr. Levi
Sharp, of South Rock Island, fell off a
shed in a neighboring yard yesterday af
ternoon and fractured his shoulder blade.
Dr. Kinyon is attending him and pro
nounces the injury quite serious.
Mrs. Chas. Schoede, of 2510 Vine street.
the lady whose probably fatal mistake in
taking a medical compound upon the ad
vice of a friend was described in vestcr-
ay's Akous. is very low this afternoon
and her condition is almost hopeless.
A large collection of missionary curios
ities will be on exhibition at the sociable
of the Willing Workers band in ike
Broadway church tonight. Also an in
teresting missionary picture gallciv. lee
cream, cake, candies, etc., served. Ad
mittance free. All invited.
Tbe Fisher & Aiken shows opened a
three days' exhibition at the vacant lot,
corner of Sixteenth and Second avenue
last evening and attracted a large at
tendance. Tbe entertainment, especially
when the low rates of admission are con
sidered, is worthy of patronage.
Mr. A. T. Forgy, of New WindaDr,
Mercer county, was in the city today.
He says the democrats of his county will
be as solid for Cable at the polls as they
were in the convention, and their votes
will be accompanied with a siUmt but em
phatic republican protest against the Gest
Bert Cunningham, Moline's ball
twirler, pitched two games for the Buf
falo club when it played with Chicago
yesterday at Buffalo, and won both
games. lhe first game resulted 5 to 6,
in favor of the Boffalos, and in the sec
ond game he shut the world's fair city
out completely the score being 7 to 6
Maj. John A. Kresa whose transfer was
recently ordered from Benicia Arsenal,
near San Francisco, to Rock Island Ar
senal will not be a stranger in his new
post. He was originally a member of
Gen. Rodman's staff, being one of the
first officers sent here by tbe ordnance
department when it assumed control of
the arsenal at the close of tbe war.
Olgar Freeberg. a former resident of
Coal Valley, went to St. Paul Bome
months ago to accept a position under
W. J. Browne in the plow works at Glad
stone, near there. Yesterday came tbe
shocking intelligence that Mr. Freeberg
bad been killed there while at work. He
was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Freeberg,
tbe Old time Coal Valley people, and
leaves also a wife and one child.
One of the most delightful open air
parties of the season was given at Spring
Cove slide last evening. Tbe arrange
ments had been made by Messrs. Geo.
McDonald, of this city, and Chas. Gould,
of Moline, and the affair was a success in
everyway. There were twenty couple
present from Rock Island and Moline, tbe
Ogdenic orchestra. furnishing music and
Mr. Newburger served one of his best
Mr. J. S. Richardson, who a few years
ago was interested in tbe proprietorship
of the A nous, dropped into town to see
old friends on his way east this morning.
Mr. Richardson is now located at Wich
ita where he owns the Beaton, a dttily
evening paper, a fearless, aggressive and
prosperous advocate of the democratic
party. Sedgwick county has changed,
Mr. Richardson says, within two years
from 3.000 republican to 2.000 demos
cratic, and all the county officials are now
democratic. He is also publishing a suc
cessful stock journal at Wichita.
The annual picnic of tbe S;uth Moline
Farmers' alliance was held at Prospect
park. South Moline, yesterday afternoon.
and was largely attended. It was expect
ed that Hon. A. J. Streator, of New
Windsor, would be the chief speaker, but
be was unable to attend. Louis Jahns,
president of the South Rock Island alii
ance, weicomea me assemoiage ana in
troduced A. E. Brunson, president of the
state alliance, who spoke at length, and
was followed by J. B. Danforth, of Rock
Island. The Light Guard hand and the
Swedish quartette furnished music, and
the celebration wound up wilh a social
Mr. J. T. Dixon, the old and reliable
merchant tailor, wears a smiling counte
nance these days, the reason being that
be baa tbe nicest line of diagonals,
striped cassimeres and cheviots ever
shown in this city to show his numerous
friends. These goods lately arrived and
are now on display at his place of busis
nc si. Mr. Dixon has catered to trade in
this vicinity so long that he knows just
what goods to select to meet the requires
orients of his many customers. If yon
want to be in fashion, go to Dixon's and
order your suit.
The movement against Schweinfurth at
Rockford decided upon is to commence
proceedings before the grand jury against
the entire community at Weidon farm or
tiaaven" on the charge oi keeping a
disorderly bouse. Mrs. Kineham wilt be
asked to tell what she knows about the
place, and if she can prove half as much
as she cfaimsshecan, it will go bard wrb
Schweinfurth. If Mrs. Kineham, who
has lived at the farm over a year, should
close her mouth, or don't know anything,
and is only pursuing her present course
with tbe bone of gaining some notoriety.
as many believe, then nothing can be
done with the great pretender or his
Harry, the seven year old son of Capt.
and Mrs. Pierce, occasioned his parents
considerable alarm and anxiety for a few
hours last evening. At noon be had re
ported to his mother that he bad been
leading a blind man about during the
forenoon and bad got a similar job for the
afternoon. His mother did not take
kindly to her son's avocation, but he was
so enthusiastic over the prospects of
earning some money himself that she con
sented finally to his going in the after
noon. When darkness came and there
was no trace of the boy, his parents be'
came apprebenaiye, but just as they were
starting out to make a search, he ap
peared, jubilant over the fact that he had
made fifty cents, all in pennies and
nickles, and had tramped all over Rock
Island and Moline in tbe bargain. There
was rejoicing in the household over the
boy's return, but be will not be allowed
to go off on another aucb an expedition
Scores on the Diamond.
Chicago, Aug.22. The records made
yesterday by the base ball players was a
follows: League: At Boston Boston 8,
Cleveland 0; batteries Xicbols and Ben
nett, Beatin and Zinimer. At Philadel
phiaPittsburg 4. Philadelphia 7: batter
ies Vickery and Schriver. Heard and
Decker. At New York Xew York 3. Cin
cinnati 5; batteries Ruaie and Buckley,
Koines ana Harrington. At Brooklyn-
Chicago 0, Brooklyn 4; bat terien Hutch
inson and Kittride, Lovett and Daly.
urotricrnood: At a isfon Boston tO.
Buffalo 1; batteries Kelly and Murnhv.
Twitchell nn Alack At Philadelphia
Philadelphia f, Chicago 7; lotteries
Sanders and Milliunn, King and Farrell.
At New lork New York 13, Cleveland
1; batteries Crane and Ewinir, Buckley
and Sutcliffe. At Brooklyn Brooklyn 4,
Pittsburg 1; batteries Hemminir and
Cook, Stnley and Quinn.
Western: At Milwaukee St Paul 3.
Milwaukee 14; at Omaha Sioux City 8,
Omaha 5; at Denver Kansas City 6, Den
The Trotter at Chicago.
Chicago. Aujj. 23. There was a heavr
track at Washington park yesterday. The
nreeaers- stake lor 3 year olds was won
by Belle Cassott, best time :!:51 V: the 2:50
trot went to i' ay, best time 2:27; the 2:21
elass was won by Voucher, best time
A HEROIN E AND A BRUIT.
She Work nil Night for Her TJrunken
IluHhanil nnd Then He Clubs Her.
Moxtrkai, Que., Aug. 22. Jennie Mc-
Gis?, a young married woman of 22, with
her handsome face bleeding and her body
marked with bruises, applied to the So
ciety for the Prevention of Cruelty to
Woinnn for protection. Her hRSuand is a
nitcht switchman on the Canadian Pacific
railway, and on bringing him bis supper
be found liim helplessly drunk.
Brutal Kewaril for Devotion.
Tbe xwitclies were placed and a train
due, and she could not arouse him, but
lie set the switches, and throughout the
whole rainy ni-ht she remained at hei
husband's imst. Early next morning the
drunken switchman went home. where she
afterwards j. lined hi in, and he beat her in
aeusilile wiili a club.
YOU HAY BE THINKING
.OF BUYING A HANDSOME WOOL, DRESS.
It Is time to do some thinking: along
that line. This week we offer a beauti
ful assortment of the new effects in em
broidered BLACK ROBES-black on
black, green on black, red on black,
etc. materials, Henriettas and Serges.
You have no doubt been reading about
them in the Magazines. What we have
won't last long.
PLAIDS-We show a beautiful as
sortment of all wool Plaids at 49o a
yard, 36 and 38 inches wide. Some
finer ones, too. As a special bargain
we will sell 20 pieces 36 inch, wool
Furniture and Carpet Dealers
DroiHK-d Into (Fearfal) I'oetry.
Washington Crrr, Aug. 82. During
the debate yesterday in the bouse on the
bill defining lard, McClammy of North
Carolina "drapped into poetry" witb start
ling results, poetically. He said he could
only think of one verse, and that came
near paralysing the house:
"i ou may break, you may shatter the
lard trust if you will.
But if you listen to the testimony taken
before the committee on agriculture,
and lind what pure bird is made of,
you will find that the scent of tbe
whole hog will lians round it stilL"
Ciillom for the Kleetion Rill.
Washington Citt, Aug. 23. Senator
Cullom Wednesday said he was unquali
fiedly in favor of passing the federal elec
tion bill, nnd if it should be necessary in
order to do so to change the rules of the
senate so tliat debate might lie limited by
the maj irity lie was in favor of that also.
Another Futile Conference.
Washington .Citv, Aug. 22 The con
ference of Republican senators last night
came to no conclusion In regard to the
election bill. Another conference will be
held. Meantime the Quay resolution will
not come up in the senate.
An Original I'arfcaxe Decision.
Jamestown, N. D., Aug. 22. Judge
Rose tiled his decision yesterday in the
Barnes cunty original package case,
which was argued last week. The pith of
the decision is that a brewer or distiller
can iisiiMrt his product into a state in
original packages, but llm lie cannot Bell
it where the state laws prohibit such sale
nbich is all very satisfactory to the im
Hnrrihle IlUaster in tin itlerUml.
GK.VKVa. Aug. 22. It ia roiM.rt.vl th
150 persons were killed by a cyclone in tbe
Lautou of Vaud.
A large and beautiful assortment of
French candies just received at Krell &
Math's. Step in and have them put you
up a dox to take home.
The peculiar enervating effect of sum
mer weather is driven out by Hood's Sar
sapanlla, which "makes the weak
Starch grows sticky common powders
have a vulgar glare. Pozzoni's is the
only complexion powder fit. for use.
K. & M. stands for Krell & Math, who
have the finest and purest ica cream in
tbe three cities.
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfect! v and
leaves no odor.
John Evans has nice baled hay for sale
by the ton or car.
No. KllO. ir,U and 1614, Third Ave.,
Is the rheHcft plsce In the connty to huy Car
riages, Bntriries, Paints, Oils, etc.
Top Booties '. S7 OO
IK suns or
$200.00 and Upwards
For Bale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interest 7 tier cent semi annually, collected and
remitted rree or charge.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Booms S and 4 Xamnic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Lloyd & Stewart,
BOCK I8JUA.XD, 11,1,.
Spring Cove alide will "be illuminated I
again Saturday night, and there will be I
music by Bleuer'a band for dancing.
Spring Styles now Ready.
mixed Stripes in good assortment of
colorings at 82c a yard.
COTTON FLAN NELS-Now is the
time to buy Cotton Flannels while the
prices are low. We Inaugurate a spec
ial sale this week- Cotton Flannels un
bleached 5c a yard, 6o and up. Our
10c unbleached is a world-beater.
NEW FALL GOODS arriving. We
almost forgot to mention our excellent
new assortment of all wool BLACK
DRESS GOODS in plain and the new
Tfcock Island. Illinois.
GLEMANN & SALZMANN,
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 UNDER THE THK STATE LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, TT.T..
Open daily from a. m. to 4 p. m., and Svtorday erening from T to 8 o'clock.
Five per cent interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security,
B. P. REYNOLDS. Pre. f C. DKNKXAXN. Vice Pre. J. M. BUPOBD, Caakler.
P. L. Mitchell, S P. Reynolds, P. C. Denkmann. John Ornbanrt. C. t. Lynda,
1. J. Rcimers, L. Simon. E. W. Hnnt, i. M. Buford.
Jacksoh A Hcaar, Solicitors. ,
IWW111 becrfa nnlnes July 8, 1800, and will occupy banking room with Mitchell Lynda
nntil new bank la completed.
KIRS. P. GREEHM'JALT
1704 SECOND AVENUE,
First importation of LADIES' FALL HATS, an elegant
A large invoice of LADIES' and MISSES' BLACK STRAW
A nice line of Infants and Misses Black Silk CAPS AND
SUMMER HATS at your own price.
Q. O. HUCKSTAXDT
CARPETS, OIL CLOT.HS
AND WINDOW SHADES,
At prices, which like Quality, we defy competion.
We thank you sincerely for yoar past favors, and here pledge yoa oar bast effort In the
future. Oor dealings shall be characterized by promptness and tbe strictest Integrity to
onr mntnal Interests.
KANN & HTJCKSTAEDT,
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
tSTTanned Goods In all colors.
An Encyclopedia valued at $8.00 Riven away to each customer buying $25.00
worth of Boota and Shoes. Call in and let us show 700 the book and
explain bow you can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE 8TOBX, 1818 Second Avnae.
SLM 8TEKKT BHOX 8TOBX
t9t fifth Aran.