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TRJ5 ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2a. 1890.
Unloading Sale this .Week.
Special for Monday 3-4 full size NAPKINS bleached, all Linen,
97 cents a dozen.
1713. 1714. 1716, 1718. 1720 and 1723 HbcoSd Avenue.
Has beon created among the. ladies since
the receipt of those elegint work and
scrap baskets. Tbey are of Indian man
ufacture, and as the product is very
limited it is doubtful if we will have any
more this season. Call and make your
selections or what you want may be gone.
1703 Second Avenue.
Copper-Smithing, Sheet Iron, Gas and
Steam Fitting, Also Sewer work.
BAKER & HOUSMAN,
Opposite Harper House.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER,
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 arUitiog troubles.
TRY IT. 1, 25c and 50c Bottles.
Medicine known for all Kidney, Lung and Btomachtroublea.il
Thomas' Kidney and Liver Pills.
a Bottle Samples free.
5 feet bamboo easels, 88c.
8sl0 gilt frames, glats 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.
KINGSBURY & SON
1705 Second Ave.
for the Celebrated
Druggist, Rock Island.
SHRIEKED FOR JOY.
Rock Island's HenneDin Canal Denv
SATURDAY SIGHT'S JUBILEE,
a ne street Piurade an4 Illuminations
The Bob Are on the Levee Other
Framresor the Celebration.
Had the pre paraiiom been of a much
more pretentious order, occupying many
days of systematic and exhaustive work
and involving a much greater outlay of
money. Kock Island's celebration Satur
day night in h3nor of the Hennepin ca
nalsflnal victory, could not have been
more elaborae, .more enthusiastic, or
more expressive. It was the noisiest.
liveliest, most demonstrative affair of the
kind ever held in this vicinity, and vet
but a few hours were consumed in the
preliminaries. It was impromptu; an in
voluntary outpouring of joy, the un-
coming or pentMip enthusiasm and
anticipation which had unwaveringly
stood the test of years or varying suc
cesses, disappointments and reverses.
Had the retails been less 1m
formal, bad rrore time been taken in the
arrangements and plans, the ratification
could not have been more of a success.
It was all that, it was desired to be; it was
all that it was desired to have it a rip
ping hilarious demonstration of the peo
pie. It was t ot an affair merely for ef
fect though tliere were those who were so
unscrupulous as to attempt to make politis
cal capital out of it. The mass of the
people had no thoughts of politics on
this occasion and should not have. It
was not a partisan event in either sense.
Democrats as well as republicans partic
ipaUd in the plans, both in labor and
means and tjok part in the demonstra
tion in person,, and the very few who at
tempted to take advantage of the public
enthusiasm to make a little political boom-
let simply won the contempt they mers
It was as tarly as 6 o'clock that the
celebration commenced. The melodious
whistle at tbe Rock Island plow works
poured forth a volume of sound for half
an hour at a Htrtech, which was soon tak
en up by the whistle on the ferry Spen
cer and the locomotive whistles in the C,
R. I. & P., It. I. & P. and C, B. & Q
yards. Tbers was a chorus of escaping
steam for ful y an hour, and by the time
darkness cane nearly all the business
houses on Hecond avenue and cross
streets were decorated and illuminated, the
Harper and F-ock Island bouses, the Darts'
and Don's stores and the A Rous office
containing sr me of the most extensive and
brilliant illuminations. Long before tbe
hour for tbe f rocession to form, pandimo
niumhad taken possession of the streets.
Tbe sidewalks were thronged, and in tbe
streets, big sad little squads were march
ing everywhere, with every conceivable
nstrument of Bound, horns, tin pans.
etc. At 8 o'clock, just before the pro
cession started, the waterworks whistle
gave the sigcal for all whistles to start,
and tbe others quickly joined the saw
mills, the ferry Spencer, and F. C. A.
Denkmann, tbe locomotive whistles on
the C . R. I. & P.. C. B. & Q. and R. I.
& P. road:i all chiming ia the merry
It was a g and triumph to say tbe least
n securing order out of confusion, that
was accomplised by Capt. J. M. Beards-
ley, chief marshal and Maj. L. M. Buford,
adjutant,in getting the procession togeth
er on time at 8 o'clock, when the order
was taken up practically as previously
announced in tbe Saturday evening Ar
gus, as follows:
Chief Marshall BeardsUy and Adjutant Buford.
Police I'latOf n.
Rock Iland Klambean club and a nvscellanc-
ou company c f boys of several hundred strong
wuii .it sort c i noiMe-creaung instruments.
Carriages containing Cant. T. J. Kohinson.
President Jack son. of the Citizens' Improvement
association ez-Mayrs K. P. Reynolds, Henry
Carse. Calvin Vruesdale and Thomas M unlock.
Tin Pan brisade under the marshalshiD of C. O.
Two floats from the Rock Island Plow Works
with firework, etc.
Citizens on foot.
Tbe line of march was along Twentieth
street to Tb ird avenue thence west to
Twelfth street, south to Fourth, west to
Tenth, north to Second and east to Eigh
teenth. Hi re the procession turned north
to the levee, and in this a mistake was
unintentionally made owing purely to
oversight, t s it should have gone on to
Nineteenth street, the next block being
the most gorgeously illuminated a'.ong
the line of march. Arriving at tbe river
front a fine bonfire was kindled a huge
mass of boxes, barrels, tar, etc. which
sent up an immense blaze over which
leaped sky-ockets and various ornamen
tal pieces risking a display that lighted
up the river with gorgeous effect and
brought thD good people of the other side
of the stream to a realization that Rock
Island was celebrating something.
Afterward Capt. Robinson was sere
naded at bis home.
The list of those who beaded the fund
for the evening demonstration at tbe
morning meeting at the rooms of tbe
Rock Island Citizens' Improvement asso
ciation, is appended:
B P Reynold ..... on Ben T Cable on
T 3 Rooinscn.
1000 H Dart's Hons ft 00
E D Sweeney.
& Oil Wm Jackaon 3 00
bOt) Kay l.vnde 8 on
SOO MrsE ilonsman.... 810
Carte Ohl (Teller BOOBHwuyer 8 00
oE Ba.l.y .... SCL Walker 800
8 W Heane. ... .... i no i u aww .....
T J Medtll 1 00 W 8 Knowtton
Tr Paul... ...... amitfuiiu rcuw...
n.r,l Wells... 8 Oft J W Potter...,
jHUilmore 5 00 O Bcbreiner
M K Hweem y
E O Krazer
Union Prim Co..
Prick & Haaagen
1 00 C CTruesdule....
5 00 W J Kerr
6 00 Collected by L
Eckbart 47 00
Total Mo 60
Milan spent the force of its enthusiasm
in a manner Saturday night that made the
county ring for miles about and farmers
flocked into the city to learn the cause of
the racket, many of them forgetting that
they own sd vehicle and footing it to tbe
town. There was a great blowing of
whistles, ringing of bells. Btreeta were
illuminatid, there was a fine pyrotechnic
display aid a spirit of rejoicing in har
mony wilh our own, though on smaller
At Davenport, Saturday night, Hon. J.
H. Murphy was accorded a public recep
tion at tbe Kimball bouse and hundreds
of tbe citizens improved the occasion of
manifesting their appreciation of the
great work accomplished by Mr. Murphy
in the interesU of the great waterway.
At a meeting of the Moline Business
Men's association this afternoon a resolu
tion was adopted setting forth the declin
ation of tbe association to take any part
in a Hennepin canal demonstration.
. THE COMMITTEE IN A ONION MEETING.
The committee appointed at the Bats
urday evening meeting to learn the sen
timent as to a union ratification meeting,
met In the parlors of the Rock Island
bank at 4 o'clock in the afternoon, Capt.
T. J. Robinson in the chair, and C. F.
Lynde, secretary. The following reso
lution was adopted:
Resolved. That a committee of three be
appointed by tbe chair to invite tbe busi
ness men of Davenport. Moline, Milan
and Geneseo to appoiut each a commit
tee to confer with these committees on
Monday afternoon next at the Harper
house at 4 o'clock, and arrange for a
Under this resolution tbe following &p
pointm?nts were made:
For Moline E. II. Ouyer, Oliyer Oi
sen. Dr. W. A. Paul.
For Davenport B. T. Cable, Pbil
Mitchell, H. J. Lowrey.
For Milan W. B. Ferguson, Robert
Wagner. Henry Carse.
For Oeneseo Fred Haas, C.L. Walk
er, E. Mosenfelder.
The committee has another called
meeting at the Harper bouse at 4 o'clock
this afternoon. It depends entirely upon
the feeling of the other cities as to a
further demonstration. Rock Island did
herself proud Saturday night and did it
out of the abundance of her heart.
Thieve Make a Bit; liaul.
While the demonstration was in pro
gress down town Saturday night and Mr.
Geo. L. Aster and family like thousands
of others in the city were enjoying the
celebration, thieves broke into their borne,
corner of Seventeenth street and Sixth
avenue, and thoroughly raided the prem
ises, taking off with them eyerything
available and going further ana ransack
ing the matresses of a bed, where they
found and pocketed a handsome set of
diamonds. When the family returned
they found the following property had
been taken: Lady's gold watch, name
Bertha on outside, lady's gold necklace.
lady's gold locket set with pearls, name
Bertha, lady's chain bracelet two pair.
opera glasses, light pearl with name
Bertha, lady's fob chain with a f 10, f5,
$2 50 and $1 gold piere, ?ith sonograms
G. W. A . W. A. E. and J. D. K en
graved thereon, four finger rings, two
gold baby pins, pearl lead pencil marked
"B. E ," pair solid gold earrings with
diamond setting, gent's hair chain, gent's
gold locket marked "G. W. A.," brown
chinchilla overcoat, dark cutaway dress
coat. The police were at once notified.
but so far no trace has been found of the
burglars. Mr. Aster has offered a reward
of $50 for tbe recovery of tbe property.
IMrt l.ooal Work.
Aid. W. F. Scbroeder returned from
Chicago this morning whither he went
with Mayor McConochie and Mr. Fred
Hass to secure the promise of the Rock
Island and C, B. & Q. roads to assume
the amount of the viaduct damages.
President Cable, of the Rock Island road.
said he could not sign tbe bonds for the
road as such action would require a
meeting of the board of director.
He pledged, however, that the Rock Isl
and road would pay one third the dam
ages. This was all the committee desired .
General Manager Merrill, of the C. B.
& Q , received the committee favorably
and agreed to refer the matter to the
road's attorneys here, Sweeney & Walker.
Tbe committee also called on the Il
linois Steel company and laid before it
the matter of shipping Via material to
Rock Island Arsenal in the event of the
location of the gun foundry here. The
company agreed to send a representative
at the time of the gun factory board's
visit. It now costs a dollar a ton to ship
the raw material from Lake Superior to
Chicago and it will cost $1 more to bring
it on to Rock Island.
Mayor McConochie and Mr. Hass re
mained in Chicago over today.
Tbe alarm of fire at 1 o'clock this
morning was occasioned by tbe discovery
of flames in tbe roof of tbe brick dwell
ing owned by Mrs. Johanna McMahon,
2306 Second avenue. The roof was a
mass of fire when discovered, but tbe
hose companies made fair time for volun
teers and bad tbe book and ladder truck
been on hand a half hour sooner, the
damage would have been much lighter
than it was. The roof was completely
destroyed and much destruction done by
water. The loss will be $300. The
house was occupied by Mrs. McMahon,
who with her daughter aie visiting in
Chicago, and her son, who last night was
away. So there was no one in the house,
and the origin of the fire is unknown.
The fire alarms in the Third and Fourth
wards successively Saturday evening were
caused by incipient blazes in tbe rear of
tbe Harper bouse and on the roof of Mrs.
Bailey's house, 727 Twentieth street.
Neither fire amounted to anything.
The jury in the arson case against Alf.
Evans, of Carbon Cliff, agreed to a ver
dict at 1 o'clock yesterday morning and
disbanded. This afternoon the jury re
turned into court with the following ver
dict: We, the jury, find the acts committed
as charged, and we farther believe the
defendant has since become insane and is
The judge gent the jury back to amend
the language of its verdict as to "believa"
the defendant insane, and the jury again
Mrs. G. F. Schmale, of 1501 Fourth
avenue, fell while hanging up a bmi cage
and broke ber forearm.
Borne days ag3 Wm. Johnson of 1523
Second avenue, fell and sustained painful
injuries about the hip. It is now learned
that the hip was broken.
AFTER FIFTY YEARS.
Mr and Kn, Wm. Woodward Cele
brate the Half Ceofnry Anniversary
t, Their Marriage.
Today Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Woodward
celebrate their golden wedding, and chil
dren and grandchildren, brothers and sis
ters, nephews and nieces, to tbe number
of nearly forty, are gathered from var
ious parts of the country to join in the
festivities which are being held at the
home of Judge Adams, on Eighteenth
street. Mr. Woodward" was born in
County Mea'b, Ireland, and came to Ohio
in 1839. Mrs. Woodward, (Miss Mary
J. Mayo,) was born in Wiltshire, Eog-
land, and also came to Ohio in 1839.
They were married at Liverpool, Ohio,
Sept. 22, 1840. In 1849 Mr. and Mrs.
Woodward came to Peoria to reside, re
moving from there to Rock Island in
1869, so that they may be classed among
the early settlers of Illinois. Six chil
dren have been born to them four of
whom are still living among them Mrs.
Adams, the wife of County Judge Lucian
Adams, of this city. Mr. Woodward is a
graduate of Trinity college, Dublin, a
fine classical scholar, and though totally
blind for several years past, and with
greatly defective hearing, he is as bright
and cheerful as a boy, with memory un
impaired, and voice as clear as a trumpet.
His good wife reads to him daily, which
he greatly enjoys, and with bis pipe and
bis thoughts he passes through the years
with tbe cheerfulness and serenity of an
"old soldier of the guard." Anyone'wbo
meets him will readily recognize- in him
the "fine old Irish gentleman one of the
rale old sort." The Mayos are an old Eng
lish family, dating back a good many
centuries. Fifty years of happy wedded
lifel May the autumn of their life con
tinue bright with its fruition of christian
The Pilot, Lumberman and White Ea
gle went north.
The Tenbroeck brought down fourteen
strings of lumber.
The Jo Long and Verne Swain came
down and returned.
The stage of the water was 3:05 at
noon; tbe temperature at the bridge 65.
Capt. Lamont says the Pittsburg is due
up tomorrow evening and if ehe gets here
on time will take out all who want to see
the carnival at fifty cents apiece. The
Pittsburg will hold two thousand people
and she is in command of that prince of
rivermeo, Capt. Killeei.
- 1? Eitell a Robinson by guardian to
Albert. Kilter, part lots 9 and 10, block 1,
H. E Edward's addition to Moline. $330.
Andrew Lyndebn to Swaa Tropp, out
lot 2, Alday's addition to E-ist Rock Isl
and in Moline, $050.
19 Albert Oswece to- Frank L Ander
son, part of sej 5, 17. Iw, $950.
19 Insanity of Emma S. Browner
Hearing; verdict insane and not a pauper:
ordered committed to the Northern In
sane Asylum at Elgin. Bond of G. B
Browner with Porter Skinner and E. P.
Reynolds as surities presented and ap
Mr. C. O. Bloom is spending today in
Firstclass tailors wanted. Union or
nonunion. F.C. Hoppe.
John Stroehle came in from Cedar Rap
ids to spend Sunday at home.
Mr. Ben Hall returned from his sum
mer sojourn in tbe east last evening.
Sophia Nelson, living on Fourth street,
died today of consumption, aged twenty-
The following numbers get the prizes
of Reddiich Needle Co.: 183. 59. 204.
This is the week of the great Davt n
port fair. The river carnival occurs to
R. C. Kerr, the draughtsman, left for
Chicago this morning to make that city
Lis future borne.
On Saturday evening Mr. Caas. Evans
and Miss Minnie Warner were married by
Rev. T..W. Grafton.
Mr. C. J. Ltrkin came borne from
Des Moines, and spent yesterday wilh
his family in the city.
Mr. Ernst Speidel. of Chicago, spent
Saturday and yesterday with his parents,
Dr. and Mrs. C. Speidel, in the city.
The Rock Island Athletic club post
poned its entertainment programmed for
Saturday night nntil a future date.
Mre.C J. McLcllan, representing Scrib-
ner Sons, is In tbe city in the interest of
Stanley's latest work, "In Darkest Afri
ca." Mr. J. M. Martin, for some time bag-
gacemasUr in tbe C, B. & Q depot at
Moline, is now night operator at Port
Tbe committee in charge of Saturday
night's demonstration desires that all
persons having bills against the commit
tee present them at once.
Contractor McGugin today put in the
wire for the electnc railway preparatory
to laying the two blocks of pavement on
Twentieth street, between Second and
Clarence Mart is having James
Maucker tried this afternoon for assault
Mart entered Maucker's place of business
on Second avenue and after tbe latter
had repeatedly ordered him out, he for
cibly ejected him.
A number of Rock Island horsemen at
tended tbe trot at Bollman's track. Coal
Valley, Saturday. Owing to the diffl
culty in getting horses the races were not
up to the standard, but Bollman had a
find spread and all enjoyed themselves.
The funeral of Thomas Shea was held
from St. Joseph's church at 10 o'clock
this morning, under tbe direction of
Undertaker Wheelan. Rev. Father
Mackin officiated. There was a large
attendance of frienda. The pall bearers
were Thomas Devine, Timothy Sexton,
Michael Coughlin, - Patrick McQuade,
Thos. Mulligan and 1 nomas O Connor.
Miss Kate Byrnes the popular milliner,
will tomorrow morning leave for tbe
east to purchase a new lite of millinery.
Miss Byrnes will return the last of the
week, and she desires her friends to wait
and see her new stock before purchasing
Miss Byrnes has catered to tbe taste of
the ladies of this vicinity so long that her
selection has always met with favor by
tbe sex. She proposes to have the very
latest styles in tbe market.
Tbe worst cases of scrofula, salt rheum
and otber diseases of the blood, are cured
by Hood's Barsaparilla.
Most complexion powders have a vul
gar glare, but Pozzoi'a is a true beautifl
er, whose effects are lasting.
Advertised liist of ltteraSo. 88.
List of letters uncalled for at the Poctomce at
Kock Island, Kock Island connry, Illinois
Pept 19, If 90:
CalleMiss A lice R NasnMissJdaM
CardealiaMine. K ice John
Dcnuison W m T Slattcrly Edward
Eaton J H Bpenee C
Faulker J B Scott Miss Gertie
Hall J II Shatter Mrs Jttle
Hockett James 2 Van Busktrk Mrs Grace
McConaughy Barca Williams Gordon
HOWARD WELLS, P..M
C-, B. & ft. Carnival Train.
Oa account of the Davenport Exposis
uon ana tne Kiver uarvmal at Rock Isl
and and Davenport, the C, B. & Q will
run a special train leaving Rock Island at
lU:dO p. m. luepuay, (September 23, to
accommodate all persons between Rock
Island and Denrock- Rate of a fare and
a third has been made for this occasion.
H. D. Mack. D. P. A.
The Zenith City's County.
Washington Citt, Sept. 24 The cen
sus office funis iliat the popula
tion of St. Ijou! county, Minnesota,
h U.AH). In 'SMI tliei wert only
4,504 inhiibiUints in that connty. Dtl-
Ititti is locate I ther, and its phenomenal
growth tins helped to sw'l the popula
tion ol tin- county. 1 lie j-ensns oftii-e has
annntincvil (lie popul itiiiM of the follow
ing -ii n s .mil Ioiviih: MiHiiir in Alena
11. -'-'i. ii.crc g5.(i?.; Bay ('iiv, 27,Mi. in-
criM-H 7, KM; C!il-!hi.vm:i ti.'Jll, increase
H.'.IV'i; l.iuli.i-.'ion 7.4'.'1, hirrv i-e 3,:)7;
M i ii ;-:. 12 TV1, iiii-r.-:is .s !i; v,.,t Bar
t'iiy i'-Vi'i". ;::i-rv.-i-c I..M3. Wisconsin
KiMi. s i.i 7 .V.'!i. iiHTf.iSf J 4:H(; Vii vvniikee
-lit. l.V.i. i.i.-i !. NV.Vv K.n in- 21.0 'J. in-
cn-.-i-e 4'.-!!; W'Hiik s in C )( increase
li'-il.-iii- at i'rt-s4ti Sri:ir-.
t'i:v-o Ki-iiiNG- Pa.. S, pi. 21. A story
was starti-il lulu Saturday iiilit, ibat the
pre-idi-ul ami .Mr 11 trr.son would attend
church Sunday at K!-nbur4.r, eiirhl miles
distant. The ciiiis-(iiieiie. was that the
1-uil.lliiLt was crowded with people expect
ing to wurnliip with the chief magistrate.
W lien lie did not nppear Ihe teletrrauh
wire was kept busy with iuqnirtei as why
things were so, and there was much dis
gust when it was ascertain d that there
was no truth in the report. Mr. J. R.
SIcKee, the president s son in-law. has de
cided to take his family to ludianapolis
tomorrow innr, urie party at the Park
cottage will then consist of but four per
sons, the president and Mrs. Harrison,
Mrs. Dim mirk, and Miss Sanger.
The Conference on the Tariff.
Washington Citt, Sept. 22. A num
ber of prominent members, both Repub
licans and Democrat, think that thecon-
ferrees on the tariff bill will be able to
submit their report on Tuesday, but leas
sanguine tersunthink that it will not be
presented until Wednesday, and several
uiemiiers who are familiar with the pro
gress oeiug made by the conference com
mittee think that tbe report will not be
presented until next week.
Twenty Carload, of California Itairtlns.
FWCSNO, Cal.. Sent. 23. A
Carloads of raisins left here yesterday for
the east via the Central and Union Pacific
Go to Holbrook's. DavennorL for car
pets and silk curtains.
Parlor suites and fanrv chniro nr
description at Holbrook's, Davenport.
A handsome line of hook cases and
:abinets just received at Holbrook's. Dav
Get your bonhonnier hot-PR fillprt .t
Krell & Math's. Thev have all thn latest
An decant assortment of riinino- tul.lt..
chairs and hat racks at Holbrook's, DavC
SteD in and see the nir-e franti lino rt
candies just received at Krell & Math's.
These cool eveninc-s are inat thnti HUB I A
appreciate a good dish of ice cream, and
Krell & Math always have it.
The Crown dlnini? hall. No. 17ns S-
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish you
me nesi meai in me city ror 25 cents. A.
a. jonnson, proprietor.
Mclntire Bros, have a new and relihl
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no ouor.
Concert and dsniinor overv Salnrnv
. - - - I - -"J
evening, with good music at Joseph Hu
ber's garden on Moline avenue. Every
other day in the week except Saturday
tue garuen is to let.
50.000 to loan on real estate sinritTr
in sums of 20 and unward. at lowt
current rates of interest, without com
mission. E. W. Hurst. Atiornev at
law. Rock Island.
How is it that Krell A Math nr - mnnlr.
in? all tbe largest and finest r ceptions
and parties in Davenport, Roc Island
an I Moline with their ice cri Tna and
ices? The Question is eaail nnlvad
They make the best and purest vnd have
tne largest assortment ct nne flavors to
Call and see the hand -carved ho1 rnnm
suites at Holbrook's, Davenport.
No. IBM, ltiia and 1614, Third Are.,
Is the cheapest plare in the connty to buy Car
riages, Bugtties, Paints, Oils, etc.
iw sens or
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interest 7 per cent semi annually, collected and
remiuea rnte or enmrge.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Rooms S and 4 Masonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
SaMay, Ang. 30, '90.
Top Buepics 57 M
llpen B unities 44k HW
Lloyd & Stewart,
M c 1 NTIRE
We call attention to the following
desirable and seasonable things-
NEW FALL DRESS GOODS
CHENILLE Table Spreads, small
and large, in beautiful shadings.
BLANKETS. White. Scarlet, Grey
COTTON FLANNELS, beginning
at 5 cents a yard.
Hock Island, Illinois.
Have the largest establishment West of Chicago.
DONT FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEM ANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nob. 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
INCORPORATED UNDER THK THK 8TATK LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, TT.T.
Open dally from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Saturday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock.
Five per cent interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned cn. Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security '
E. P. REYNOLDS. Pres. 9 C. DBXKMASN, Vice-Pres. J. M. BUFORD, Cashier.
P. L. Mitchell, S P. Reynolds, P. C. Denkmann. John Cruoangh. C. F. Lynde,
J. J. Reimere, L. Simon. E. W. Bnrst, J. H. Buford.
Jacisoh & Hubst, Solicitors.
Will betrin business July 8, 1890, and will occupy banking room with M Itcbell A Lynda
until new bank ia completed.
1609 Second Are.
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS
AND WINDOW SHADES,
At prices, which like quality, we defy competion.
We thank you sincerely for your past favors, and here pledge yoa our best efforts la tbe
future. Onr dealings shall be characterized by promptness and the strictest integrity to
our 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.
t35T"Tanned Goods in all colors.
An Encyclopedia valued at 18.00 given away to each customer buving $25 00
worth of Boot and Shoes. Call in and let ui show you the book and
explain how yon can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL 8H0K 8T0RX, 1818 Second Avenue
ELM STREET SHOE 8TORE1
Vm Fifth imu.
In a large variety of fabrics and de
signs suitable for Sash and fall length
FAWN FLANNELS, suitable for
BUCKLES, large assortment-
and stacks of Goods that we want you
to see but can't mention this time-
""We must get back in time for
Brown's wedding, next week."
Yes, of course. Have you de
cided what we shall give them?"
A.LW . . . .
it JN oi yet; Duxtnere are some
lovely things atLoosley's, and I
think we can easily suit ourselves
there. A china store is always
such' a good place for presents."
G. O. LIUCKSTAEDT
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