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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1890.
JAHNS & BERTELSEN,
r, Tin aM
PLUMBING, GAS AND
And House Furnishing Goods.
jTStcamboat and Distillery Work a Specialty.
1612 SECOND AVENUE.
Km iTftiti-tl among the ladies since
the receipt of thone elegint work and
baskets. They are of Indian man
jfiitiiri', and s the product is very
liffiilfl it is doubtful if we will have any
more this seiison. Call and mike your
iflwtii'n4 or what you want may be gone.
1703 Second Avenue.
A. J. SMITH & SON,
'ti'Ok is now replete with Novelties. Call and compare onr Mock and prices.
A. J. SMITH & SON,
1-r and 12? Wet Third Street. Opp. Masonic Temple, DAVENPORT.
Vypt wi9a w,3t ! w. urn m m
WALL PAPER COMPANY
312, 314 Twentietli St.,
And Postoffice Block, Moline.
rivr ittat t Tnr.n t.-.,..,-
rs.iori: BrrTsmi. Janeway A Co.. Roberts.
Vrn Wall fiip.T Co., and Kobert (Jraves & Co.
SKB 'L 1. rJPfc:lAL.S-W htch includes all the
!' low other dealers
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN &d ADLBR,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
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 IT. 10c 25c and 50c Bottles.
Medicine known for all Kidney, Lung and Stomach troubles, is
Thomas' Kidney and Liver Pills.
25c a Bottle Samples free.
Sleet Iron Wort
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
5 feet bamboo easels, 880.
8x10 gilt frames, glass and mat, 30c.
8x10 white and gold frames, giass
and mat, 35c.
Decorated window shades complete
with spring fixtures. 35c.
Pure Irish Linen stationery per lb.
Wall paper at cost.
1705 Second Ave.
rr th. fnllnwlnp pix lars'pst Wall Paper
Hoblw Co., Nevins & Haviland, J.e
Art papers. Prices from 10 to 80 per cent
H. THOMAS, .
Druggist, Bock Island.
A Soldier Who Never Went to Uat
tie Poses an a War Snrvivor.
The Extent or What the Kep.blleaa
Candidate for Treasurer Ild Tor
Thla Conntry, and Haw Blar.h ar a
Cltiaen He la.
Since v the formation of Buford post
243, G. A.. R., of this city, one of its
most conspicuous members has been Tom
Campbell, of Houth Rock Island, the
present republican nominee for county
treasurer. He has always posed sb a
battle scarred veteran of the war. and has
never failed to make himself seen at
every reunion and outpouring of old sol
diers. Re has modestly taken his share
of the honor and praise bestowed upon
the survivors of the late war by a deeply
grateful people, and has attempted to
appear as one ho had borne the perils
ot battle to that stent that he
htd come out maimed for life,
As stated before, he Is leading
memner of liuford post, and has held
every office in the post up to commander.
There is nothing; he enjoys better than
turning out with the soldiers, especially
this year, notwithstanding that he
don t know an more about the hardships
or the dangers or the real soldier than a
nab unborn at the war's outbreak.
There are some very apparent reasons
why Campbell has been working the G
A. R. racket on the public for years in
his efforts to delude and deceive in
the matter of his "war record." Camps
bell has had the political bee in
his bonnet fur some time in fact he
has been after the office for which
he has now been nominated for lo!
these many yours and with this one end
in view he has been playing the war hero
act most diligently. The real facts of
Campbell's soldiery, however, are known
to many, thot.gh he has endeavored to
carefully conceal the truth, which never
theless asserting itself, says that Camps
bell never sme led the smoke of battle.and
the bullet whbh partially deprived him of
one of bis limbs was not one of those rebel
terrors, but a piece of lead from the gun
of one of his own men. Campbell had en
listed as a bli mber of Company I. 126th
Illinois infantry, and was in camp at Chi
cago waiting for orders when the accident
occurnd. The bullet penetrated his knee
cap; Campbe'l was brought home, and
that was the extent of his experience as
a soldier of the republic. Now
the Akgds dees not aim to criticise Camp
bell for not go'ug into the field despite
his injuries which were severe and have
resulted in his carrying a stiff leg since
but in the interest of fairness it does ob
ject to his eihibition of that wounded
limb as an example of what war cost him,
and in support of a plea for votes.
And furtb r. In the face of all Camp
bell's feigned display of patriotism and
his attempts to show "what it cost him,"
it is passing strange that he should not
think enough of bis country "for which
he gave bis leg." to become a
citizen of it. The thought of renouncing
forever all allegiance to the old lady to
whose sovereign command he was ob
liged by bin j to bow. never entered his
head until hi was nominated for member
of the county board the first time in 1881.
Then it was on Marrh 3d of that year
after being in the United States twenty-
nine years, itnd in the state of Illinois a
quarter of a century that he took out
his naturalization papers and became a
voter. He, in fart, was a candidate for
office when he had no right to cast a vote,
and before he thought it worth while to
improve the blessed opportunities offered
by this government, and which are so
eagerly sei:wd by most foreigners who
come here to live in this nation and be
come one of its people by adoption.
With thete recorded facts in mind it is
no more tbun natural to presume that had
Campbell fulled to secure that nomination
for supervisor in 1881. he would not have
seen any reason for taking out his natu
ralization papers until his nomination for
county treasurer had been assured. It is
all a matter of politics with him. He is
one of tbete patriots for politics only.
Am OM and Kali Ufa I Officer Itrtlren.
This nioning Police Officer John Bren-
nan, who on March 18 last completed his
twentieth fear in the service of the Rock
Island police department, handed his star
to the chiif. Marshal Miller, and became
a private r itizen. Mr. Brennan's resign
nation wt.s the result of an order from
Mayor McConochie who has "had it in"
for Brennan for some time for some
reason political or otherwise and has
been but waiting for an excuse to remove
bim. The fact that he has carried out
his long cberished purpose at laBt will
however occasion a great deal
of surprise among our citizens who have
known Hr. Brennan in bis various
positions as patrolmen, deputy marshal,
marshal, and then policemen again, and
have found him not only faithful and
trustworthy always, but in many instances
has he evinced muh skill in apprehend
ing dangerous criminals and bringing
them to justice.
Popular sentiment would have en
dorsed the mayor's course had he applied
his officii! guillotine to the head of the
street superintendent to whose "untiring
zeal" the; streets of Rock Island are made
to look more like a barnyard than city
thoroug iifares. But the mayor is blind
to all things except those which he
is anxiois to see.
The Vladaet Bonds.
Mr. :?red Hass this morning secured
the nan e of Mr. Ben T Cable to the bond
of the city of Rock Island for $8,500 in
connection with the ceding of the viaduct
jurisdiction. While this Is all that is
necessary, Mr. Hass desires as a matter or
form to have the bond endorsed also by
the C. R. I. & P. and C . B. & Q rail
roads and in company with Mayor
McConochie, and Messrs. Fred Weyer-
eauser, City Attorney Hsas and Aid,
Schroeler will leave for Chicago at 11
o'clock tonight to secure the additional
Som a very striking arguments are bein g
used in congress just now.
The Central at the Klyrrvtt w I'na
try dob Park. M aline, and the Win.
The races yesterday at Riyerview Coun
try club, Moline, were successful. The
attendance and weather were good, and
everything went off with a rush that
pleased everybody. The first race of five
miles was won by the man who ran
against Mclntire, although it was very
The single pacing race waa won in two
out of three mile heats by a Davenport
horse named Mena, owned by Martin .
Mr. Martin's Mena -..2 1 1
Mr. Adam's Dick 1 1 1
Mr. Moore's Jet 3 8 8
Tune, tbree minutes.
The running race was won in two out
of three half mile heats by Mattie nick
son, owned by Mr. Colbert, of Geneseo,
and was a very good race.
Mr. Colbert, Mattie Hixon : 1 8 J
Mr. Colbert, Ring Bone Rittlel S S 8
Mr. Parber, Lidie Doty : 3 i l
The winning horse was from Geneseo. time, 55
The three minute trot was won in two
straights heats by Bay Billy, owned by
Geo. Newton, of Moline. and was a pret
Mr. Newton. Bav Bll'v .1 n i
Mr. Mi-Knirr, Daisy 3 0 S
sir. m h run. Mir 4 0 4
Mr. iry, Koee :S 0 S
'l ime, s 4 and S:
Star Hamiltonian.the fine stallion owned
by Sir. Crockett. of.Coa! Valley, showed
an exhibition half mile in 1:17, which
was wonderful, considering that he had
had no work this summer. He bad a
mark of 2.23J. There were moneyed
purses for every race, and everything
went towards making an interesting
13 John J Reimers et al. to Marv A
8ntll, lots 6 and 8, block 2. South Tark
addition 10 Rock Island, $160.
1'aulina R Brown to R Stephenson.
sej, sej. 6, 18. 8e, $500.
J Hubbard by administrator to E R
Stephenson, e sei si, lots 2, 6, 18, 3e,
Peter Christopherson to Jacob M Pass,
by mete and bounds. 14) acres 16. 17. lw.
John W Suman to Joshua M Suman.
part of se and i sw fractional , 16, 17.
James E Cooley, by executor, to Thom
as J Robinson, et al, se fractional . 14,
17, 2w; north fractions 23 and 24, 17, 2w,
part of sw fractional J of 13. 17, 2w;
nwl, bwI swi, lot 166. 14, 17. 2w. $18.
Andrew Hendricks to Nels Forsander.
Forty-fourth street addition to Rock Isl
and, lot 2, $2,000.
J H Parkes to H CBoggess, part of lots
1 and 2. block 18. Case's ad to Rock Isl
15 Thomas C Nutter to Frank Nat.
lots 9 and 10, Johnson's addition to South
Edward Shomeier to Louis IlartmaD,
lot 1, block 102, Town of Andalusia,
Lottie E Stevens to Charles O Frudell.
lot 8, block 2, Meese & Holland's addi
tion to Moline, $350.
Uilman Parker to M W Humphrey, lot
1. block 6, Griffith & Co.'s addition to
J E Cooley to W Breitback, part of se
fractional i. 14. 12. 2w, $4X.
16 Mary E Young to Susan B Wil
liams, lots 4 and 9. block 6, old town of
Camden Mills, $3,00O.
16 Estate of Chas Dunn. Letters
testamentary issued to Catherine A Dunn;
bond filed and approved.
16 Conservator-shirt of B F Lawson.
Conservator's report hied; resignation of
II J Harris as conservator tendered and
accepted; letters of conservatorship is
sued to Henry C Connelly; bond filed
17 Estate of Susanna Brown; bond of
W F Kerr as administrator filed aud ap
proved, and letters issued to him .
Estate of Barbara Riss. Appraisement
bill filed and approved.
Kniarhto of l.adirH or Honor.
n. H. Lewis, deputy grand protector ot
Chicago, organized a lodge of Knights
and Ladies of Honor at the G. A. R. hall
last evening with a charter list of forty
two members. The following officers
were elected and installed:
Past Protector Rudolph .Schwecke.
Protector Emil Jacobson.
Vice-Protector F. J. Staasen .
Chaplain Anna Wulff.
Guide Bruno Rerz.
Secretary Chas Wulff.
Financial Secretary John H. Beselin.
Treasurer H. C. Schwecke.
Guardian John Lorenz.
Sentinel Peter Beselin.
There will be another lodge organized
here which will work in English.
The Verne Swain was here as usual.
The Pittsburg passed down this morn
The stage of the water was 3:45, and
falling: the temperature 80.
The Ahner Gile came down with four
strings of logs and four of lumber.
Go to Holhrook's, Davenport, for car
pets and silk curtains.
Parlor suites and fancy chairs of every
description at Holbrook's, Davenport.
A handsome line of hook cases and
cabinets just received at Holbrook's, Dav
enport. Get your bonbonnier boxes filled at
Erell & Math's. They have all the latest
An elegant assortment of dining tables.
chairs and hat racks at Holbrook's, Davenport-
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
Erell & Math always have 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.
B. Johnson, proprietor.
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
Concert and dancing every Baturday
evening, with good music at Joseph Ru
ber's garden on Moline avenue. Every
other day in the week except Saturday
the garden is to let.
$50,000 to foan on real estate security,
in sums of $200 and upward, at lowest
current rates or interest, without com
mission. E. W. Hurst, Attorney at
law. Rock Island.
How is it that Erell & Math are supply'
ing all the largest and finest receptions
and parties in Davenport, Rock Island
and Moline with their ice creams and
icesT The question is easily solved
They make the best and purest and have
the largest assortment of fine flavors to
FIEND OR IMBECILE?
The Question as to Alt Evans
Proa-resa et the Trial In the Clrenlt
4'oort oa the Charce of Araoa The
Trstloaony That r'ar.
As the Aitecs went to press last even
ing the prosecution had just begun to in
troduce their evidence in the Evans arson
case. The defendant maintains subsUn'
tially the same condition before mentioned-
in these columns, hss a wild, disheveled
appearance, bis eyes dilated and a stare
which meets with no response or recognl
tion from gaze of anyone. These condii
tions betoken either an unbalanced mind
or a piece of consummate acting, as to
which the jury will judge. But whatt
ever the verdict neither the defendant nor
his friends can complain of the conduct
of his attorneys, who in spite of the neces
sarily adyerse circumstances are making a
vigorous defense and are leaving no stone
unturned to save their client.
The people's evidence consisted of a re
cital by Minnie EranB, the wife of the de
fendant, of minor acts of violence and
threats made by him to her on
Auvusl 7 and 8 last, and of the
final assault made on August 17
On this day. her father being absent from
the house, Evans loaded up the gun and
wanted witness to go out to the barn; she
declined to go, fearing he meant to shoot
her. He then assaulted her in the house
and she escaped from him and ran out;
he ran after her with the gun, which he
fired at her. He then caught her and
carried her back to the house, sat her in
a chair and took a razor with which he
said he was going to kill her, but the edge
being dull, he went into another room to
sharpen it and she took advantage of his
absence to runout of the room. He ran
after her and was gaining on her, when
some seeing neighbors . coming along the
road he took fright and ran back into the
August Nare and his wife, who were
the neighbors to whom Mrs. Evans ap
plied for protection, testified that they
saw her running and him after her; that as
soon as he saw them he turned and went
back into the house; that he had some
thing in his hand, but they could not dis
tinguish what it was.
Charles Cushman, Mrs. Evans' adopted
father, and A. C. Stevens, a neighbor,
testified to minor details in corroboration
of the other witnesses.
This morning Mrs. Cushman was called
aud told substantially the same story as
Mrs. Evans, and with this evidence the
people closed its case.
The defense is based solely on the
ground of the insanity of the defendant
at the time the assault was made, and
a!so at the present time. They expect to
show that he is insane by his acts and
conduct and also that there is insanity in
his family on his mother's side, and has
been for several generations. Mary J.
Jackson, of Moline, was the first called
by the defense, who testified that she
knew the defendant and had known him
from childhood, that he was insane from
birth, that he had fits or spells of insanity
some of which assumed the form of mels
ancholia and others displayed anger and
excitement; that when in such spells he
did not know what he was doing and
when informed atterwards would feel
sorry for his conduct and cry about it.
She said that bis ancestors on bis
mother's side were insane and de
tailed various acts or freaks in the
past of such ancestors from which her
opinion was formed. She testified that at
least four of the aunts and uncles of the
defendant were violently insane and sev
eral were confined in asylums; that his
mother was insane and that in a fit of in
sanity she had left her husband and a
nursing babe and gone no one knew
where, and nothing has since been heard
of her .
This afternoon's testimony is being de
voted to the question of insanity.
Mrs. Ben. T. Cable arrived home from
the east last night
Mr. D. LLowrey.of Port Byron, was in
the city yesterday on business.
Louis M ashen was fined $3 and costs
by Magistrate Wivill this morning for in
toxication. Mr. Henry Tremann returned from bis
European journey last night, Mrs. Tre
mann having joined him in Buffalo.
Mr. Mayer Rosenfield leaves for New
Yoik tonieht in company with hisdaugb
ter. Miss Fannie Rosenfield, who enters
school there. They will visit at Grand
Rapids, Mich., en route
Mr. L. V. Eckhnrt has been engaged by
Secretary Searle to collect the dues of
members of the Citizens' Improvement
association and is meeting with much
success and encouragement.
Mr. W. II. Munger gave his right foot
a severe wrench while inspecting some
cars of brick as time keeper for Atkinson
& Oloff at Davenport Tuesday, and is
obliged to nse crutches in getting about.
Coal miners wanted by the Northern
Mining & Railway Co., Hampton,' Ills.
Price f 1 per ton; steady work; good ac
commodations; semi-monthly pay days.
Enquire at dumps, at Port Byron Junc
tion. Hon. E. W. Hurst spent yesterday at
Springfield, and in addition to looking
after some important business matters
was a guest at the Lester Tracy wedding,
the event of the social year in Spring
field. The stockholders of the Mississippi
Logging company at their meeting at
Clinton yesterday elected Fred Wejers
hauser, of this city, president and treas
urer, and F.C A. Denkmann. of this city,
aud C R. Ainsworth, of Moline, were
elected members of the executive commit
tee. A wandering fisherman at Peoria, Ills.,
sold bis wife and a lot of baskets for f 12
recently, to a congle of fellows living on
the river bank, and a contest of dice de
cided that Will Dent, an unmarried man
should have the woman. The woman is
well satisfied with the man that won ber
and is pleased with the bargain.
The mayor and several of the city
council and a number of citizens have
gone up in carriages this afternoon to in
spect the lay of the land in the vicinity
of Fourteenth avenne, where the Moline
Central electric railroad desires the city
to assume a portion of the expense of
erecting a bridge.
Col. Wm. Clendenin is in receipt of the
following order from Springfield: An
election is hereby ordered in Company A,
6th Infantry (Rock Island), at 8:30 p. m
Sept. 29. 1890, for captain and first lieu
tenant, and to fill such other vacancies as
may exist at the time of this meeting,
Capt. W. T, Channon will preside. Mo
John Uhlmark, of Moline, called at the
county jail last night to see Chas. Lof
gren. By mistake he poked bis head
into the cell of Evans, the .Carbon Cliff
crank, who promptly dealt the intruder a
blow on the nose that started the blood
in a copious stream. This Evans is a bad
man in his own conceit when under the
protection of the law.
Rev. R. F. Sweet, rector of Trinity
chnrch, returned from bis tour abroad
last evening. The summer in Europe
has proven very beneficial to Mr. Sweet's
health, as his many friends in Rock Island
will rejoice to know. Through the ex
cellent series of descriptive letteri kindly
written by Mr. Sweet to the A noes dur
ing bis journeyiogs, the public has re
ceived from time to time realistic accounts
of the chief incidents and attractions of
bis travels. The concluding letter writ
ten on the steamer Saale appears in to
Rev. Dr. McCord stated at the Metho
dist church Sunday that he was not
regaining his health with the rapidity
for which he bad hoped and that he
reared he would haye to retire. Liter in
tne day the church adopted a petition to
the L pper Iowa conference for the return
of Dr. McCord with an assistant. It is
considered altogether probable that the
Deli l ion will be granted. Dr. McCord
has endeared himself to his church and
many without it during his pastorate here
and his departure would be very much
regretted. Dubuque Telegraph.
The beautiful silk championship bans
ner, to be contested for at the Davenport
fair and Exposition by the base hall
nines of Scott and Rock Island counties,
painted by Mr. Kaiser, can now be seen
displayed in the windows of W. 8.
Cameron & Sons, No. 224 Brady street,
Davenport. The Scott county boys are
hard at work under Capt. Danger, and
the Rock Island county boys are also
hard at work under Capt. Burrill. The
contest will be exciting and the nine that
wins the banner will carry it for a year
ana at the end of the year will have to
struggle to retain it. Remember the
time, Tuesday the 23rd, at 10 o'clock
After all. the best tv to Inns tho
real merit of Hood's Ssrtaparilla, is to
try u yourseii. Be sure to get Hood s.
A town never has a chance to return
blow for blow when a cyclone strikes it.
Call and see the hand-carved bed room
suites at Holbrook's, Davenport.
Chicaoo, Sept. 17.
On tl.9 board of trade to-day quotation went
as follows: Wheat No. 2 September, opene-t
and do.! 1MU-; December, opene-l $l.ftJfc
closed i HSU: May. opened and closed l.va.
ru No. 2 Septeiiiler, opened 47Hc, closed
Ci ; Octolier, oiwne.1 474o, close 1 47?ijc; May,
nitt-ueil 5H' . istl H)l4. Oat No. 2 Sep
tember, oincl iiVti... close.! STe; October,
opened 14., loe.1 37c; Slay, opened 4iM$p,
WomM 4nSe. Pork October, oined fW.M,
cl.wed iW.'.UHi; January, o eiil jn fl t closed
ll.W4: May, oinel J1.S closed Hi.tt'L.
Lard October, oiwned IBiTii, closed
Live st.K-k TUt follow inn were me qnota
tionsattlie I'nlon stock yards. Hog -Market
opened active an 1 prices steadv; litrht grade.
(.!"nil.K.-; rough I. kinK. ia.9itfi.lil; mixed
lots M-'oj heavy packing an-i shippitur
lots, tt l.'iat TO.
lYisiuce: Butter -Fancy separator, 21322 -fine
n tiered cream, lUtlS-; fine to guod imi
tation's WJ.14c; dairies, finest freaii, IAjIic;
No;l d.nri.n. U' eltc; frvs!i packing stocks!
IfS!". Kiors-Fresh candled, loss off, Mti
l'Sc p. r doz. Llva p.mltry Chickens hens,
Jk Iter lb: spring chickens, 8"43il'ic par lb;
roosters .S.Vi'-to per lb: turkevs mixed
lota, iUc per lb; ducks S
lw per lh: spring ducks. Do per
lb; jreese, i.cV- P -r dor.. I'otatoea -New
Jersey rose. 2.75 C3H H.tM.fcl.SJ per bu; Wis
consin, Tll.tT w pur bu; choi.-e, o per bu:
,Swe-t potatoes, Hatttoiore, 1 7"ii-'. par brt;
Jersey, $1.01 aai per brL AppliM-IlIinoia
irreen. rooking, S-.iWVI-'sl per brl; eat i rut.
NrwOTomt, Sept. 17.
Wheat -No. red winter cash. SI.0M4;)
I.IW4; do September, (UNI,; do October,
tlM Hi: do lleit-mber, $1. . t'orn No. 2
mixel 551, . cash; do October, V.Ljo: do
Deoember, "Witc. thttn-lull; No. 2 mixed
cash, :e( 4 -: d..Oi totier, 4 il do May, 4i4jo
Kye-Nominl. Hirley malt -Nominal. ork
Dull; family me-a, U.Stjl2.. Lard
Live stock: Oattle-Mirket firm for all
grades: poo.ist to h st native steers, f A'j
5.1W V !' : Texans, 43.OKVt.8 tM. bulls and dry
co a. jl.2r..f,2 Ril. sheep aud lambs - Sheep
flim but steady: lamb-, active and hie ft a
higher; tdieep, (4 I a) UW fs; lambs,
Ki.2."rtt.. Hot-- Market firm; live hogs.
t4.miti.vsr, y it.
Hay rpland prairie. Jnoa.".M
IWJ 1 IHHHDT fl miiL V.MI.
Bar Wild. Ilrt no
ll Soft lie
Cord WoodlS 5 t(4.0O.
No. 1610, ItiU and 1614, Third Ave.,
Is the cheapest place in the connt j to tiny Car
riages, BngKies, Paints, Oils, etc.
Top Bumries 57 OU
Open ttuicsies 4U 4M
i suns or
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to Ave times the amount
of the loan.
Interest 7 pet cent ssml annually, collected asd
remitted free of charge.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Rooms 1 and i Masonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Lloyd & Stewart,
This cool weather reminds one that
warmer wraps are needed. Stockinet
jackets, fall weights, are about the
proper thing. We show an excellent
variety. Prices begin at $3.85 for a
really good jacket. Onr prices range
from $3.85 to $ 1 0.50.
We show more new dress goods.
Have just received beautiful new
Parisian robes and special line of
Black Serges. New Sicilians beginning
at 50c a yard, stripes, plaids and other
CLEMANN & 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 128 Sixteenth Street,
INCORPORATED TJKDER THS THX STATS LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Open daily from li.rn.to4p. m., end Svtnrday erenlngs from T to 8 o'clock.
Five per cent interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
K. P. REYNOLDS. Pre. T C. DKNKJtANN. Vice Pre. 3. H. BUFOED, Cashier.
P. U Mitchell, K P. Reynolds, P. C. Denkmann. John Crabanzh. C. F. Lrnde,
J. J. Reimers, L. Simon, B. W. Hurst, J. M. Baford.
jAcmsoH llirmsT, Solicitors.
tVWill beilii bnsmess Jalj 8, 1890, and will occupy banking room with Mitchell Lynda
nntil new bank ia completed.
A very complete assortment of full sets to choose from, ranging in price
from $9 Oil up. Open stock patterns in blue and brown, excellent ware,
also, from which you can make up your lists at prices which will surprise
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS
AND WINDOW SHADES,
At prices, which like quality, we defy competton.
We thank yon ainceraly for jour peat faTors, and here pledge jam oar best effort la the
future. Onr dealings shall be characterized by promptness sod the strictest Integrity to
oor mutual interest.
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.
tSTanned Goods in all colors.
An Encyclopedia valued at $8-00 irlven away to each customer buying $25.00
worth of Boot and Shoes. Call in and let as show you the book and
explain bow you can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL 8H0X STORE, 1818 Second Avenue.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE
1.19 TMk Avenns.
Wa have big values in nnlaunrtored
PERFECTION .50 Cents.
SILVER 75 Cents.
GOLD 1.00 .
Please examine these shirts
Great values, all!of them.
In every variety, and at reasonable prices. The
best assortment of table tumblers and goblets ever
Plenty of them at ten cents
G. M. LOOSLEY.
China and Glassware, 1609 Second Ave.
G. O. HTJCKSTAXDT