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... Catrnral lots Of
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ofS "Velty Serg
Vli0 inch stripe and plaid dress
One lot 40 we t 6Qc ft yar(L
fH'CK DRESS GOODS.
B. the largest assortment In
e Cl3lftndr icesthe lowest.
thnb!acK wool Henrietta at 50o
8 yard' cprovdssilk warp Henriettas
4 "s 1 v r I re special good values.
...,.mt colors and black 50o
Fu i oompare with others at 75c.
If-n buTs a novelty combination
.'a"dbSHPe Dress pattern. $5-70
full Ptern ackets -
,i vUne in fu" weight Stockinet
Special ;v'ecaU specUi attention to
Ja T oo" oualitv Stockinet Jackets
cn 00 Cheveron Cloth Jackets.
nd PLUSH JACKETS.
cnrcial values, all prices. A dollar a
JS from now until cold weather will
1712, 1714. 1716. 1718.
flis been created among the ladies since
the receipt of those elegint work and
Knp baskets. They are of Indian man
ufidure, ami as the product is very
fitted it is doubtful if we will have an
rre this esn. Call and nuke your
(lection or what vou want may be gone.
1703 Second Avenue.
Copper-Smithing, Sheet Iron, Gas and
Steam Fitting, Also Sewer work.
BAKER & HOUSMAN,
Oppo8Itr Habper House.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER,
Unmoved to 219 Seventeenth Street
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Syrupy
Acts quickly, is perfectly safe and. never faila to pure all Lung troubles,
THY IT. 10, 850 ftnd 600 Btl,e
Medicine known for all Kidney, Lung and Stomach troubles, is
Thomas' Kidney and Liver Pills.
35c a Battle Samples free.
8:35 O'Cloek I
Saturday eye. by express from N. Y. a
big lot of "Nelly Bly" caps. .
One lot Cashmere Caps S2o each.
One lot Trioot Caps 50o each, worth
Very, very latest received with above
Cloth Hats the very latest
Job lot of all SILK RIBBON half reg
In our Millinery Department all this
week if they last so long.
No. 5, 7oayard.
Mo. 7, 8c a yard
No. 9, 12oayard.
No. 12, 14c a yard.
To call attention to our Yarn depart
ment, are selling fine quality SAXONY
Yarns 6c a skein
German Knitting Yarns 20c a skein,
4 skeins to the pound.
Do you make your own Bed Com
forts? Can save you money on cotton
batts. Our 10c cotton batt best in the
New Goods coming in daily. Specie
bargains in each department.
1730 and 1723 Sbcohd Avsnck.
5 feet bamboo easels, 88j.
8x10 gilt frames, glass and mat, 30c
8x10 white and gold frames, piass
and mat, 35c.
Decorated window shades complete
wilh Bpriog fixtures, 35c.
Pure Irish Linen stationery per lb.
Wall paper at cost
1705 Second Ave.
for the Celebrated
V Druggist, Rock Island.
Soue of the Claims Made for the
The "Free" Nn ir n.K.. .1..
Attempt That Is Hade f Deceive
the People Trasta Carefully Looked
After ana the Ctiiaaer liert la the
When the Un:on was discussing Mr.
Cable's letter the other day, it said among
other things that "the McKinley bill as
passed by the house struck a blow at the
most gigantic truit of the day by putting
sugar on the free list." Practically
speaking the Union is again stating some
thing that is not true. When the tariff
bill left the houa, all sugars below six
teen Dutch standard were proposed to be
admitted free. If ihe bill had become a
law as it left the house, all ordinary su
gar, brown or yellow, which is largely
used by the porrer people, would have
been admitted fr.e. and tbe poorer people
who could not 1 fforil to buy the higher
refined quality 'vould at leant hv hid
tbe coarser and cheaper sugar for daily
use wilhout beii e taxed heavily for it.
The finance committee, then took the mat
ter in band, and it may be seen how much
it had the interests of the poor man at
heart, when it proposed an amendment
by which a duty should be placed upon
all sugars above thirteen Dutch standard.
Unlets a man is it sugar refiner or is prac
tically acquaint! with or has some
knowledge of tha sugar trade, this matter
of "standards" might look harmless
enough and the people deceived just as
the Union would have them deceived in
the statement qi oted. But the proposed
amendment met nt that all sugars that
could be used in any way without being
rennea were to be taxed, and the poor
man would revive no particle of ben
efit, nor wai it ever intended
that be should. But all raw sugar would
be admitted fret . 80 while the consumer
of sugar, let him be rich or poor, would
have to pay the increase in price by this
taxation, the sujar refiner and the sugar
trust would nap the benefit. -They
would get their raw material free and
under the combine make their own prices
for sugar of all kinds to the consumer.
l be amendment was adopted and is
now one of the provisions of the McKin
ley bill which the Union points to with
so mucb pride and complacency.
In this connection it should be said that
recently Mr. PI mib moved in the senate
that a tax of $1.25 a gallon should be
placed on distil ed spirits. The object of
this was to provide a revenue to meet the
extravagant appropriations made by tbe
government. rnator Plumb declared
there would be a deficiency of $50,000.-
(100, "just as si re as the setting sun."
His motion did not, however, prevail;
sugar could be taxed but whisky could
not. The combined sugar trust could
grow enormously wealthy by the people
footing the bil s in taxation, and the
powerful whisky trust could also accumu
late vast wealth by the government not
wishing to dist lrb it in its business.
And this is the bill the republicans
would wish the people to believe that its
provisions are beneficial to the country
generally, and by which the poor man
will receive a special benefit. This is the
bill that Its admirers said, when it left the
house, was such an admirable one, and
that it should 1e passed without any, or
at least very f ew, amendments, and yet
when it went to a republican senate it
came back with 464 amendments. This
is the bill by which two thousand per
sons are large' y benefitted, and over six
ty-two million) of people are impover
And when Mr. Cable says be opposes
such a bill, organs like tbe Union By 10
its rescue because it ia foisted upon the
people by the party to which it belongs,
or at least that delectable portion of the
party which lias control in Washington,
without any r egard to the people's wishes
or tbe nation' benefit.
The trial of Albert Hutcbins, charged
with burglary, was concluded last even
ing before a i dry composed of D. A. Ma-
larkey, Aloozo Dunbar, E. St rate, J. A
Searle, J. L. Noah, C. D. Wheaton. C. L
Rembey, James Edgington, P. McCarty,
I John Oblwciler, Jr., Fred Brockman and
I W. Bemont. The case was prosecuted
by Slate's Attorney Sturgeon and defend
led by Mr. William McEniry. The case
went to the jury at 4 o'clock last night
and a verdict of guilty and recommending
one year in the penitentiary for the pris
oner wa9 brought into court this mora
The case of Alf. Evans, tbe Carbon
Cliff fire fien l, ia now occupying the at
ten lion of the court. State's Attorney
Sturgeon ia prosecuting and McEniry &
McEniry are defending. Considerable
trouble has lieen experienced in selecting
a jury. Tbe defense at the start, made it
a point for some reason not to accept any
one who ha read the Argub. The conse
quence was that Paul Guckert and Frank
Nickel were the only men of the regular
panel taken and Judge Smith last evening
issued a special venire for fifteen more
The defer se evidently found they bad
undertaken a hopeless task and finally
modified their questions to tne jurymen
I ... 1. n n n m A II nUM thfi
ISO thai ev jryuue wuu viu uj.
I stand and scknowledged himself a reader
of the Aug us was not ordered to stand
aside, and t be twelve good men and true
were at last agreed to at 8 30 this after
noon: Wod. Fittsimmons, Paul Guckert.
Jacob Amnion. Frank JHicltei, r. Bcuar-
1. M. n&vinaugh. Henry Fnck, Arthur
Burrill. J. T. Dixon, 'John Flannigan
David Fitzjerald nnd.W. L. Nichols.
J. H. Marphy Harried.
This morning the Hon. Jerry H. Mur
nhv er rrnreaentative rrom toe uiwu
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nnrt riintrii t. ana MIPS Biarr xv. tiiu
daughter of Dr. J. L. Walton, of capital
hill, were married ai di. rtwr a cuuitu
bv the Rev. Father Uononue, ana siarwu
immediate y on a trip to the west. This
event win entirely unexpected by tbe
friends of Mr. Murpny. wasmngion
special to Chicago Tribune. ' . ,
Call anil see the hand-carved bed room
I suites at Ilolbrook's, Davenport. "
THE LATE DR. FLEMING,
A More Ktteaded Biographical Slotlee
or the liate fort Byroa Phymelau
Ills Family and Faoeral.
Port Bybos. Sept. 16 Today closed
tbe career of one of the best and
oldest citizens of the county. Dr.
Wilson Fleming, after a long illness.
ied this morning at his residence of par-
lysis, due to softening of tbe brain. Dr.
Fleming, who for more than a quarter of
century, was a physician and surgeon
in Hock Island county, was born in Bak
erstowo, Allegbaney county. Pa., June
29, 1828, finished his education at
Washington college. Pa., studied medi
cine at Freeport in that state,
and after graduating attended lectures at
Ann Arbor, Mich, and at Cleveland, Ohio,
received bis medical degree at the latter
place in February 1 854. and practiced at
Bakerstown till 1856, when he moved to
Le Claire, Iowa. In September of the
next year be settled at Port Byron, and
here be soon built up a good practice
Dr. Fleming was first married January
31. 1861. to Miss Myra Gordon, of Erie,
Whiteside county. She died May 1,
1863, leaving one son. Wilson Gordon,
now living in Uhictgo. Dr. Fleming
manied again Feb. 28, 1865, Miss
Eliza J. Simpson, of Coe. By this union
there was one son, Chas. Sheridan, who
died at the age- of seventeen years of
chronic inflammation of the brain.
For twenty-seven years Dr. Fleming
as had a highly creditable standing
among the medical fraternity of thecoun-
He was a republican of whig ante
cedents. He was a master of Philo lodge
No. 436 of Free Masons, for a number of
years in succession, was a member of
Barrett Chapter of Royal Arch Masons
and a Kuight Templar in Everts Com
mandery, Hock Island.
The sympathies of tbe community are
wilh the family, and especially with Mrs.
Fleming, who in a short time has lost
both husband and son. May she in her
bereavement take solace from the fact
that she did all in her power to aid to the
comfort of the loyed ones. The constant
fortitude and apparent untiring devotion
as wife) and mother call forth the admira
tion of all who have seen them.
Tbe funeral services will be held at the
residence at 2 p. m., Thursday, the 18th
PRINCES IN ECSTACIES.
The Royal Family of reat Britain
Antounded and i narmed by Barnnm
A Balley'a Ureat Hhows.
Their Royal Highnesses the Prince and
Princess of Wales, Princess Beatrice,
Princess Alice, Princess Louise, Marquis
of Lome, Prince George of Wales, Duke
and Duchess of Fife, Princess Victoria
and Maud of Wales, Mr. and Mrs. Glad
stone, tbe Dowager of Roxburgh, Lady
Biddulph, Lord Chief Justice Colerige,
Lord Mayor Isaacs, Sir Robert Collins, in
fact all tbe royal family of Great Britain,
princes of the blood, dukes, earls, lords,
barons, generals, judges, the clergy,
members of parliament, and nearly every
prominent individual in London, paid
frequent visits to Barnum & Bailey's
greatest show on earth, when ex
hibiting in London last winter. All
tbe above distinguished people pub
licly expressed themselves astonished
at tbe magnitude and wealth of
novelty in this monster show. Few can
realize to what inmense proportions
tbe Barnum & Bailey show has attained.
With "Nero,or the Destruction of Rome,"
added this season, the entertain nient
numbers over 1,200 performers. Only
think of it! The main stage when tbe
spectacle is exhibited is 45,0 feet long,
and fully 300 beautiful expert ballet
dancers, selected in France, Italy, Por
tugal, Germany, Spain, England and
other countries, are seen at times. The
circus, hippodromes, menageries, horse
fair and other departments are even
larger than ever before, so that it is be
yond question the most collossal exhibi
tion ever dreamed of by mortal man. No
other exhibition of any kind or descrip
tion was ever patronized by such distin
guished audiences as those visiting this
show in London. . What royalty became
wildly enthusiastic over the whole of it
undivided and entire will be here Fri
day with tbe great new street parade in
New Paving; Experiment.
Tbe Lincoln, Neb., Journal is not sat
isfled wilh brick paving. It wants to
improve on tbe brick plan, and gives its
ideas as follows:
Tbe JmirmU would like to sec a trial of
paving cement or hot composition on
tbe brick pavements of this city. If
there is no objection to putting this ma
terial on at the outset because it may hide
defects in the work, it will do just as well
to apply it when the pavement has been
tried by a year or two of wear, and after
all crumbling bricks have been removed.
If it is possible to get tbo equivalent or
asphalt in smoothness and freedom from
noise by using this composition, tbe peo
ple ought to know it. It will not cost
much to apply this material to a block or
two of pavement, K the property own
ers do not care to make this experiment
in a small district, it seems that tbe city
would he justified in doing the work on a
small and inexpensive scale nut of tbe
Sept 12 M S and J H Healy to E
Larson, lot 5, block 5. Healey's 1st ad to
E L Eastman to C L Hepburn, part lot
8. block 9, Wood's Si ad to Moline, $2,-
T S and J J LaVelle to Catherine La
Velle, lots 1 and 12, block 12, village of
Port Byron, ft.
R Mansel, et al, to B r" Uakley, part 01
gel. 16.17.lw, $700.
Jacob Hager to John Tetens, part lot
5. Lue's sub division 17, lw, $2,400.
John Tetens to Jacob uager, part swf
nwj,17. 17, lw, $2,000.
13 Estate o! Barbara Riss. Will ad
mitted to probate.
Estate of Rebecca Lawrence. Will
admitted to probate.
The Mary Morton want north.
Tbe Dan Thayer and Pilot passed up,
Tbe Pauline came down with eight
strings of lumber.
The Verne Swain came down and re
turned as usual.
Tbe stage of the water was 8:50 at
noon; tbe temperature 63.
The Daisy and C. J. Caffrey each
brought sixteen strings of logs.
Tbe travel over the bridge yesterday
amounted as follows, Foot north. 702
foot south, 675; total, 1,377; teams north,
795; teams south, 791; total, 1,586.
Some very striking arguments are being
used in congress just now.
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1T 1890.
TBE BITE SELECTED.
The Holaaea Company asaya the Uro-
araa Property oa Seeoad Aveaae for
the lioeatloa of Ita'Power Plaat.
The Holmes company has all but
pays over the money tor me urogan
property of two lots 120 . feet front on
Second avenue and Twenty-third street,
and on which tbe old malt house is sit
uated, for the location of their power
plant. Tbe company was favorably dis
posed towarl Mr. Carse's property in the
same block, but it was not large enough.
The consideration was $4,800 and the
consummation of this deal settles all dis
pute as Jo the location of the power
plant. It will come to Rock Island where
Dr. Wm. Bray and bride, of Dubuque,
are in the city. -
Dr. J. W. Cowden returned this norn
ing from bis European trip.
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Greenough have
returned from their bridal trip.
Simon & Mosenfelder are in receipt of
more of tboso SI 38 suits; cheap at
R- C. Amrine, a schoolmate of John
Silvia at Iowa City, is visiting that gen
D. B. Birgd, of Gjoeseo, was in the
city yesterday on a visit to bis brother.
Mr. John Barge.
A surprise party those $1 boys coat
and pints suits Simon & Mosenfelder are
having a run on.
Dr. Carl Btirnhardi has moved his fam
ily into his new home on Fifth avenue
and Eighteenth street.
Your choic3 of twelva different patterns
of men's suits price, $5; worth double;
at simon & Mosenfelder s.
Claus Mangenton, of Preemption, and
Miss Essie drry, of Bowling, were mar
ried by Justice Hawes this morning.
Tbe sixth annual ball of tbe Switch
men's Mutual Aid association will be held
at Armory ball tomorrow evening.
Messrs. John Schall, of Coe. and John
Babcock, or Watertown. two prominent
upper end farmers, were in the city today
on business. ; ---v
Phil O'Brien, of Brookfleld. Mo., is at
the Rock Island bouse. He is here on
tbe sad mission of attending bis mother's
Miss Mare Montrose! daughter of
Landlord Montrose, of the Harper bouse,
arrived yesterday and today entered St.
ivaiuerme b nan, ai uavenport.
Rev. T. W. Grafton today united in
marriage Mikel Mader and Miss Hoftace
Taylor, of Mercer county. The ceremony
took place at the Commercial hotel.
Mr. Thomas Quirk, late train dispatcher
in tbe U.. u. & U office, bas cone to
ueardstown to accept a position in the
office of the division train dispatcher.
Mr. T. R Harper entertained a few of
bis friends at the Harper after the Spen
cer square opening last evening. ' Mana
ger Montrose furnished a very nice HtUe
Examine those new styles of black
cheviot suits, both sack and cutaway
frock, Simon & Mosenfelder have just
placed on sale. Price. $13.50; worth
Tickets for the Industrial Home excur
sion to Peoria, Sunday, Sept. 21, can be
had at Heimbeck's drug store, tbe Bijou
cigar store. Lloyd & Stewart'e bat store.
Aid. Eyan's barber sboo or at the It I. &
P. ticket office.
Capt. Wm. Reno, of Browning. Schov-
ler county, was In tbe city today. In
cidentally he mentioned tbat Ben T.
Cable had tbe call for congressman down
bis way, and that he would carry Schny
lerjby a handsome majority.
J. B. Zimmer, the well known and
popular tailor, is again at his place of
business after an absence of nearly four
monins in Europe. Mr. Zimmer returns
greatly improved in health, and would be
pleased to see his friends at his establish
ment and will try to give Xhem value
received in good goods and fashionable
make-up. His fall and winter suitings
have arrived, which embrace all tbe most
desirable patterns ia foreign and domes
J u cle J. W. Drury is seventy-seven
years old today. It is over half a centu
ry since the judge first located in Rock
Island, and while business has kept bim
aay from tbe city during many of tbe
intervening years, be bas settled in Rock
Island county to spend tbe remainder of
his days and enjoy the fruits of his ener
g'cs among a people who have become
attached to him through his public spirit
and interest in tueir weitare.
Prof. J. R. Housel was struck in the
head by a piece of fireworks during the
Spencer square demonstration last even
ing and was stunned for an instint, but
soon regained his feet to find bis bat sev
eral yards away with a bole torn com
pletely through the crown and leather
band inside. He is experiencing consid
eratiie soreness today about the spot
where the fiery missive struck him. but
the injury is not causing anything of a
Mr. red Hass yesterday delivered to
Col. Whittemore the deed of tbe city of
Rnck Island to tbe United States ceding
iimmctton on t wenty-fourth aireet for
the proposed viaduct. An indemnifying
bond which Col. Whittemore will recom
mend to be tbe full value of tbe property
pamaged, f 8 500. will next be necessary
and Mayor McConochie. City Attorney
Haas, Alderman Srhrooder, Mr. F. Wey
erhauacr and Mr. F. Hass, will start for
Chicago tomorrow evening to arrange the
details of this bond with President Cable,
of the C, R. I. & P., and General Mana
ger Harris, of the C, B. & Q.
Last evening served to show tbat there
are yet many people who have no
idea of bow to behave in public
Men and ' boys took possession of
some of tbe best seats in spencer
square early in, the evening, and not
ltbstanding the fact tbat ladies were
obliged to. stand, held them until they
were reminded of their rudeness and po
litely asked to vacate and then some of
the boys were inclined to be 'impudent
and begrudgingly yielded to those best
entitled to the comforts. People who
have so little sense of propriety and po
liteness should be taught a few lessons
before mingling in a gathering such as
that of last night. ...
General Ticket and Passenger Agent R
Blockhouse, of the R. I. & P , has quite
an entertaining mass or corresi-ondence
over tbe sam of three cents, a trav
eling man named D. D. Benner being
the complainant, be bavmg written the
state warehouse and railroad commission
that be was charged ninety cents from
Cambridge to Rock Island, whereas tbe
distance painted 00 the sign board at the
station ia twenty-cine miles, according to
which he should have been charged eigu
ty-seven cents. Tbe incident happened
last June and Benner bas been pursuing
that three cents until now. Tbe explana
tion of the R. I. & P. ofodals is tbat
the tariffs have been regulated to make
even change all over tbe road tbat at
some points a few cents have been added
and others deducted, but In the majority
of cases the public gains. - -
A town never baa a chance to return
blow for blow when a cyclone strikes it
laapectlon of Most for Export. :
Washington City. Sipt. 16. Secretary
Rusk, undei . authority of the new meat
Inspection law, bas Issued very minute
regulations to govern tbe in pact ion by de
partment of agricultere inspectors of
aalted pork and bacon for export. Pack-
era and exporters are required to make
written application to the department for
the required inspection, and packages
containing the goods, when ready for ex
portation, must be plainly braodod or
tamped wi th the name of the packer or
exporter, weight of meat, - and the de
partment inspector's stamp.
to Hlerp on Iuly.
Elizabeth, N. J., tiept. 17. Several cars
were demolished and aba'i.wraek was
made by a collision between two- freight
trains on the Pennsylvania railroad at
annery creek yesterday mnruing. The
collision was caused by Fireman Tappen,
I10 was Kent down to fi.it; tbe first train.
falling asleep 011 the track. Ha was run
over and killed. 'A'tramp stealing a rida
was also killed. A few hours later the
fireman of another freight traiu, two
miles distant, went to Bleep 011 tbe tender
and fell ofT. He rolle.l umler tbe wheels
and was cut to pieces.
"The'IlKMi ltll KlUBjscera.
Chicago,- Sept. 17. Following is ths
base ball record for yesterday: League:
At Boston Boston 4, T.rooklyn VJ; batter
ies Getzeiu and llarslio. I-ovetl and Dai
ly. At New York No games rain. At
levelaml Cleveland 4, Pittsburg 2; bat-
teries Viau and Zimmer, Anderson and
Decker. At Chicago Chicago 5,-Cincin-uati
2; .batteries lliili-liisun aud Kit-
tridge, Mullane and Harrington.
Brotherhood: At Philadelphia, Cleve
land and New York No game rain. At
Chicago Chicago 1, I?nff:i!o3; batteries
Barsfon arid Boyle, Twitched and Mack.
Western: At Minneapolis Minneapolis
Denver 3; nt Omnia Omaha S, Mil
waukee ; at Kansas City St. Paul 8.
Kansas City 17; at Sioux City Lincoln 6.
Sioux City 18.
The lteinbllo nf Brasil Secure.
Rioue Janeiro, Sept, 17. Yesterday's
elections ensure a I'epnblican majority in
tbe constituent assembly, . The press con
gratulates the government on tbe raault.
Nominated to Congress Yesterday.
Tenth Michigan rhoinao A. K. Wead-
ock, Democrat; Third Michigan John
W. Fletcher. . Democrat; at Niles. Mich.
Cunningham,- Prohibitionist; First
Kansas C. H. Phinney, Republican; Sev
enth Iowa H. C. Haagis, Democrat:
Tenth Iowa I. 1 - Woods, Democrat;
Eighteenth Illinois W. S. Forman, Dem
ocrat. LOCAL NOTICES.
Go to Holbrook's, Davenport, for car
pets and silk curtains.
Parlor suites and fancy chairs of every
description at Holbrook's, Davenport.
A handsome line of book cases and
abinets just received at Holbrook's, Dav
Get your bonbonnier boxes filled at
Krell & Math's. They have all the latest
An elegant assortment of dining tables.
chairs and bat racks at Holbrook's. Dav
Step in and see the nice fresh line of
candies just received at Krell & Math's.
These cool evenings are just the times to
appreciate a good dish of ice cream, and
Krell & Math always bave it.
The Crown dining ball. No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish you
the best meal in the city for 25 cents. A.
Mclntire Bros, bave a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no oaor.
Concert and dancing every Saturday
evening, with good music at Joseph Hu-
ber 8 garden on Holme avenue. Every
other day in the week except Saturday
the garden is to let.
$50,000 to loan on real estate security.
in sums of $200 and upward, at loweBt
current rates of interest, without com
mission. E. W. Hurst. Attorney at
aw. Rock Island.
How is it tbat Krell & Math are supply
ing all tbe largest and finest receptions
and parlies in Davenport, Rock Island
and Moline with their ice creams and
iocs? Tbe question is easily solved
They make the best and purest and have
the largest assortment of fine flavors to
On and after the 30ih of Sept.. the
last car on the Rock Inland & Milan rail
way win ieave.K0CKi9iandatsp.ro.
and Milan at A:10 p. m.
Fred Hass, Receiver.
Five Room Cottage.
with Kitchen addition and cts
tern, on Tbirtysseventb street, for sale.
on monthly payments. E. H. Gctkr.
The peculiar enervating effect of sum
tner weather is driven out by Hood's Sar
saparilla, which "makes the weak
No. WW, W12 and 114, Third Ave.,
Is the cheapest plare in the connty to tiny Car
riages, hugules. Faints, Oils, -etc.
u aims o
$200.00 and Upwards -
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of tbe loan.
Interest 7 per cent semi annnally, collected ana
remittee, nee or cnarga.
& W. HURST,
Attorkxy at Law -
Rooms S and 4 Xasonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
SatorOay, Aug. 30, '90
Lloyd &: Stewart,
This cool weather reminds one that
warmer wraps are needed. Stockinet
jackets, fall weights, are about tbe
proper thing. We show an excellent
variety. Prices begin at $3.85 for a
really good jacket. Our prices range
from $3.85 to $ 1 0.50.
We show more new dress goods.
Have jnst received beautiful new
Parisian robes and special line of
Black Serges. New Sicilians beginning
at 50c a yard, stripes, plaids and other
Xlock Island, Illinois.
Have the largest establishment West of Chicago.
DONT FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nob. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
INCORPORATED TJXDKK THS THK STATS LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ELL.
Open daily from 9 a. m. to 4 p. and Svtnrday evening from 1 to S o'clock.
Five per cent Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
S. P. REYNOLDS. Pres. f C. DESK AXN, Vlce-Prea. i. X. BUrOKD, Cashier.
P. L. MitchelL S P. Reynolds, f. C. Deskaun. John Crabaiirti. C. T. Lynde,
J. J. Reimera, L. Btmon, S. W. Hnret, J. M. Boord.
Jacksou A Hcmt, (Solicitors.
tWWill betfn baslneM July 8, 1890, and will
nntil new bank is completed.
MRS. P. GREEHAVJALT
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.
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS
AND WINDOW SHADES,
At prices, which like quality, we defy competion.
We thank yon sincerely for yonr past favors, and here pledge yon out best efforts ta tb
future. Onr dealings shall be characterised by promptness and Us strictest Integrity to
onr mntnal 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.
tfTanned Goods In all colors.
Aa Encyclopedia valued at $100 Riven away to each customer baying $25.00
worth ot Boots and Shoes. Call in and let as show yoa the book and
explain bow yon can get it free. -
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL BHOZ 8TOBX, 1818 Second Avenne.
KLM STRUT 8H0X 8T0RZ1
S939 nflk Avenue
We bave big values in nnlanndered
PERFECTION .50 Cents.
SILVER 75 Cents.
Please examine these shirts
Great values, all of them.
occupy banking room with Mitchell
Q. O. nUCKSTAKDT